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THE YEARBOOK OF THE 
UNIVERSITIES OF THE EMPIRE 



UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF 
THE BRITISH EMPIRE 

COMMITTEE 

(Appointed in accordance with a resolution of the Delegates to the Congress of 
the Universities of the Empire, at a Meeting in London on July 5, 1912) 

Prof. W. H. Bragg, M.A., F.R.S., representing Australia. 

President R. A. Falconer, C.M.G., M.A., D.Litt., LL.D., one of the 
two representatives of Canada. 

H. T. Gbrrans, M.A., representing Oxford. 

Prof. R. F. A. Hoernle, M.A., B.Sc, representing South Africa. 

Prof. Sir T. H. Holland, K.C.I.E., D.Sc, F.R.S., representing India. 

J. W. Joynt, M.A., representing New Zealand. 

Principal Sir Donald MacAlister, K.C.B., M.A., M.D., D.C.L., 
LL.D., F.R.C.P., representing Scotland (Chairman). 

Principal Sir Henry A. Miers, M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S., representing 
London (Treasurer). 

Vice-Chancellor Sir Isambard Owen, M.A., M.D., D.C.L., F.R.C.P., 
representing Birmingham, Bristol, and Wales. 

Vice-Chancellor Michael E. Sadler, C.B., M.A.. LL.D., representing 
Durham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, and Sheffield. 

R. F. Scott, M.A., Master of St. John's, representing Cambridge. 

Prof. N. Tagliaferro, I.S.O., representing Hong-Kong and Malta. 

President H. Marshall Tory, M.A., D.Sc, LL.D., F.R.S.C, one of 
the two representatives of Canada. 

Hon. Secretary : Alex Hill, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.S. 



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THE YEARBOOK OF 
THE UNIVERSITIES 

OF THE EMPIRE 

1914 

EDITED BY W. H. DAWSON, I.C.S., 

AND PUBLISHED FOR THE 

UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF 

THE BRITISH EMPIRE 



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HERBERT JENKINS LTD., PUBLISHERS 
ARUNDEL PLACE, HAYMARKET, LONDON 






THE BALLANTYNE PRESS TAVISTOCK STREET COVEKT GARDEN LONDON 



PREFACE 

THE CONGRESS which met in London in July 191 2 was 
attended by delegates of all the fifty-three Universities of 
the Empire. At their final meeting the delegates resolved 
that it is desirable that a bureau should be established in 
London, maintained by contributions from the several Universities, 
for the purpose of disseminating information upon ^all matters of 
common interest. Amongst the duties specifically assigned to the 
Bureau were those of making arrangements for the assembling of a 
Congress at intervals of five years and the publication of a Yearbook. 
For the rest, it was to undertake such duties as may be suggested to it 
by the Universities from time to time. 

The Director of the Imperial Institute most kindly acceded to the 
request of the Committee by providing accommodation for the office 
of the Bureau within the building under his charge. In this office the 
work of the Bureau has been carried on since the commencement of 
the current year. A considerable number of inquiries have been 
addressed to the Secretary by Universities, learned societies, and 
individuals, and various returns of information have been prepared. 

In compiling the Yearbook the Committee have had in view the 
preparation of a conspectus of the Calendars of the several Universities 
which will present a series of pictures of their various activities. Their 
object has been to prepare a book of use both to persons responsible 
for university organization and to students, especially advanced 
students, who are looking out for opportunities of study and research. 
These comparative presentations will, it is hoped, enable the authorities 
of Universities to see at a glance what is being done elsewhere. To 
the student they will display the fields of knowledge which the several 
Universities especially cultivate. The record of outstanding events 
in the lives of the Universities during the academic year which has 
recently closed, and of changes in their personnel, will serve as materials 
for their history. 

For authoritative information reference must of course be made 
to the official publications of the several Universities. Every endeavour 
has been made to ensure accuracy in the summaries prepared for the 
Yearbook, but errors may, not improbably, have escaped detection. 
This is the more likely seeing that, owing to want of time, it was not 
found possible to submit the drafts of all the sections to the Corre- 
spondents of the Bureau. 

In subsequent issues it is proposed to extend, and, as far as possible, 



vi PREFACE 

to render complete, the appendices in which information is given 
relating to the careers open to university men and the regulations 
which govern admission to the Army, the Church, Law, Medicine, 
Engineering, Architecture, the Teaching Profession, the Civil Service, 
&c, both in the United Kingdom and in the King's Dominions over- 

ALEX HILL 



CORRESPONDENTS OF THE 
BUREAU 

I. THE UNITED KINGDOM 

ENGLAND AND WALES. 

University of Birmingham : Prof. E. A. Sonnenschein, M.A., D.Litt. 

University of Bristol : The Vice-Chancellor. 

University of Cambridge : The Master of St. John's. 

University of Durham : Prof. R. F. A. Hoernle, M.A., B.Sc. 

University of Leeds : The Secretary. 

University of Liverpool : The Registrar. 

University of London : The Chairman of Convocation. 

Victoria University of Manchester : The Registrar. 

University of Oxford : H. T. Gerrans, M.A. 

University of Sheffield : The Registrar. 

University of Wales : The Registrar. 

SCOTLAND. 

University of Aberdeen : The Secretary. 
University of Edinburgh : The Secretary. 
University of Glasgow : Prof. G. Milligan, D.D. 
University of St. Andrews : The Secretary. 

IRELAND. 

Queen's University, Belfast : The Secretary. 
University of Dublin : G. R. Webb, M.A. 
National University of Ireland : The Registrar. 



II. THE DOMINIONS AND COLONIES 

AUSTRALIA. 

University of Adelaide : Prof. H. Darnley Naylor, M.A. 
University of Melbourne : Prof. Sir H. B. Allen, M.D., B.S., LL.D. 
University of Queensland : Prof. J. L. Michie, M.A. 
University of Sydney : The Registrar. 
University of Tasmania : The Registrar. 

University of Western Australia : Prof. A. D. Ross, M.A. ,D.Sc.,F.R.A.S. 
F.R.S.E. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

University of New Zealand : J. W. Joynt, M.A. (London Agent). 

SOUTH AFRICA. 

University of the Cape of Good Hope : The Registrar. 

vii 



viii CORRESPONDENTS OF THE BUREAU 

HONG-KONG. 
University of Hong-Kong : The Registrar. 

EUROPE. 
University of Malta : The Rector. 

CANADA. 
Ontario : 

McMaster University, Toronto : The Registrar. 

University of Ottawa : The Secretary. 

Queen's University, Kingston : Prof. W. T. MacClement, M.A., 

D.Sc. 
University of Toronto : The President. 

Trinity, Toronto : The Registrar. 

Victoria, Toronto : Prof. J. C. Robertson, M.A. 
Western University, London : The Chancellor. 

Quebec : 

University of Bishop's College, Lennoxville : The Principal. 
Laval University, Quebec : The Secretary. 
Laval University, Montreal : The Secretary-General. 
- McGill University, Montreal : The Registrar. 

New Brunswick : 

University of New Brunswick, Fredericton : The Chancellor. 
University of Mount Allison, Sackville : Prof. S. W. Hunton, M.A. 

Nova Scotia : 

Acadia University, Wolfville : The President. 

Dalhousie University, Halifax : Prof. Murray Macneill, M.A. 

University of King's College, Windsor : Prof. T. H. Hunt, M.A., 

D.D. 
University of St. Francis Xavier, Antigonish : The Vice-President. 

Alberta : 

University of Alberta : Prof. Barker Fairley, M.A., Ph.D. 

Saskatchewan : 

University of Saskatchewan : The President. 

Manitoba : 

University of Manitoba : Prof. Frank Allen, M.A., Ph.D. 

British Columbia : 

University of British Columbia : Hon. H. Esson Young, M.D., 
CM., LL.D.. Minister of Education. 

INDIA 
University of Allahabad : The Registrar. 
University of Bombay : The Registrar. 
University of Calcutta : The Registrar. 
University of Madras : The Registrar. 
Panjab University : The Registrar. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

THE COMMITTEE OF THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU ii 

PREFACE v 
CORRESPONDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU vii 

ABERDEEN i 

ACADIA, WOLFVILLE, NOVA SCOTIA 8 

ADELAIDE 12 

ALBERTA, EDMONTON 18 

ALLAHABAD 22 

BELFAST, THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY 32 

BIRMINGHAM 38 

BISHOP'S COLLEGE, LENNOXVILLE, QUEBEC 48 

BOMBAY 51 

BRISTOL 58 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 70 

CALCUTTA 71 

CALGARY 85 

CAMBRIDGE 86 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, CAPE TOWN 109 
University Colleges of South Africa : 

Bloemfontein : Grey Univ. Coll. hi 

Cape Town : South African Coll. 113 

Grahamstown : Rhodes Univ. Coll. 117 
Johannesburg : South African School of Mines and 

Technology 118 

pletermaritzburg '. natal univ. coll. 120 

Pretoria : Transvaal Univ. Coll. 121 

Stellenbosch : Victoria Coll. 123 

Wellington: Huguenot Coll. 125 

DALHOUSIE, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA 127 

DUBLIN 133 

DURHAM : 143 

Durham Division 147 

College of Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 149 

Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 152 

ix 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 
157 



EDINBURGH 

GLASGOW 170 

HONG-KONG 179 

IRELAND, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, DUBLIN 183 

Univ. Coll., Dublin 188 

Univ. Coll., Cork 191 

Univ. Coll., Galway 194 

KING'S COLLEGE, WINDSOR, NOVA SCOTIA 196 

LAVAL, QUEBEC AND MONTREAL 200 

LEEDS 212 

LIVERPOOL 228 

LONDON 241 

McGILL, MONTREAL 305 

McMASTER, TORONTO 317 

MADRAS 321 

MALTA 327 

MANCHESTER, VICTORIA UNIVERSITY 330 

MANITOBA, WINNIPEG 348 

MELBOURNE 354 

MOUNT ALLISON, SACKVILLE, NEW BRUNSWICK 364 

NEW BRUNSWICK, FREDERICTON 368 

NEW ZEALAND, WELLINGTON 371 

Univ. of Otago, Dune din 374 

Canterbury College, Christchurch -^yj 

Auckland Univ. Coll. 379 

Victoria College, Wellington 380 

OTTAWA 382 

OXFORD 385 

PANJAB, LAHORE 416 

QUEEN'S, KINGSTON, ONTARIO 423 

QUEENSLAND, BRISBANE 432 

ST. ANDREWS (including Univ. Coll., Dundee) 436 

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER, ANTIGONISH, NOVA SCOTIA 446 

SASKATCHEWAN, SASKATOON 450 

SHEFFIELD 455 

SYDNEY 466 



CONTENTS xi 

PAGE 

TASMANIA, HOBART 477 

TORONTO 480 

Trinity, Toronto 495 

Victoria, Toronto 497 

WALES, CARDIFF 500 

Univ. Coll. of Wales, Aberystwyth 504 

Univ. Coll. of N. Wales, Bangor 508 
Univ. Coll. of S. Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff 513 

WESTERN, LONDON, ONTARIO 518 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA, PERTH 523 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGES IN ENGLAND : 

Exeter, Royal Albert Memorial 525 

Nottingham 527 

Reading 532 

Southampton, Hartley 539 



APPENDICES 

I. MEDICAL AND DENTAL STUDIES AND QUALIFICA- 
TIONS 543 

II. UNIVERSITY CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONS IN 

THE ARMY 550 

III. MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL, LEEDS, AND 

SHEFFIELD INTER-UNIVERSITY ARRANGE- 
MENTS 554 

IV. (i) THE UNIVERSITIES OF SCOTLAND ; (ii) THEIR 

JOINT BOARD OF EXAMINERS ; (iii) THE 
CARNEGIE TRUST 556 

V. (i) THE INDIAN UNIVERSITIES AND THEIR 
AFFILIATED COLLEGES; (ii) THE INDIAN 
INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE; (iii) INDIAN STUDENTS 
AT THE HOME UNIVERSITIES 56b 



xii CONTENTS 

PAGE 

VI. (i) CANADIAN DEGREES IN DIVINITY FOR 
STUDENTS OF THE ANGLICAN CHURCH IN 
CANADA ; (ii) NOVA SCOTIA TECHNICAL 
COLLEGE, HALIFAX ; (iii) THE CARNEGIE 
FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF 
TEACHING 563 

VII. CONCESSIONS BY STEAM NAVIGATION COM- 
PANIES TO AUSTRALASIAN GRADUATES AND 
TO EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS OF UNIVER- 
SITIES OF AUSTRALASIA AND THE UNITED 
KINGDOM 564 

VIII. TEACHERS' REGISTRATION COUNCIL 565 

IX. SOME SOURCES OF INFORMATION REGARDING 

UNIVERSITIES, BRITISH AND FOREIGN 566 

NDEX 569 



THE YEARBOOK OF THE 
UNIVERSITIES OF THE EMPIRE 



UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN 



[Wherein were incorporated with effect from Sept. 15, i860, under 
Act 21 and 22 Vict. cap. 83, 1858, the " University and King's College 
of Aberdeen " and " Marischal College and University of Aberdeen."] 



Chancellor 

Vice-Chan cellor and Principal 

Rector 

Parliamentary' Representative 

Secretary of the University 
Registrar 

Clerk to the General Council 
and Librarian 



Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and 
Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., &c. 

Very Rev. George Adam Smith, 
M.A., D.D., LL.D., Litt.D. 

AndrewCarnegie,LL.D., 191 1-14. 

Sir Henry Craik, K.C.B., M.A., 
LL.D. 

D. R. Thom, M.A. 

R. Walker, M.A., LL.D. 

P. J. Anderson, M.A., LL.B. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



AGRICULTURE 

Principles of Agriculture 

PROFEIT, W. J., M.A., B.SC.(AG.) 

Interim Lectr. 

FINDLAY, W. M. Asst. 

Agricultural Botany 

CLARK, R. M., B.SC Asst. 

Agricultural Chemistry 

HENDRICK, J., B.SC. 

Strathcona-Fordyce Prof. 

GLEGG, R., B.SC. Asst. 

HILL, A., B.SC. Asst. 

(v. also Forestry, Vet. Hyg., 
and Nat. Hist.) 

ANATOMY (v. also Embryol.) 

REID, R. W., M.D., F.R.C.S. Prof. 

CALDER, N. J.,M.A.,M.B.,CH.B. Asst. 
RIDDOCH, G., M.B., CH.B. ASSt. 

ARCHAEOLOGY, v. History 
BIOLOGY, v. Natural History 



BIOCHEMISTRY 

EDIE, E. S., M.A., B.SC. 



Lectr. 



BOTANY (v. also Agric. Bot. and 
Natural Hist.) 

TRAIL, J. W. H., M.A., M.D. Prof. 
FENTON, E. W., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 

skene, macg., b.sc. Asst., & Lectr. 
in Vegetable Physiol. 

CHEMISTRY 

JAPP, F. R., M.A., LL.D., F.R.S. Prof. 
WILLIAMSON, W. T. H., B.SC. Asst. 

knox, j., d.sc. Asst. and Lectr. 
in Advanced Inorganic Chem. 
Physical Chemistry 

GRAY, F. W., M.A., D.SC. Lectr. 

(v. also Agric. Chem. and 
Biochem.) 



EDUCATION 

CLARKE, J., M.A. 



Lectr. 



ABERDEEN 



ELOCUTION 

MACLEOD, A. 

EMBRYOLOGY 

LOW, A., M.A., M.D. 



Lectr. 



Lectr. 



ENGINEERING Field Work 



GIBSON, T. H. 

FORESTRY 

LESLIE, PETER, M.A 

GEOLOGY 

GIBB, A. W., M.A., D.SC. 
NEWLANDS, G., M.A., B.SC 



Asst. 



b.sc. Lectr. 



Lectr. 
Asst. 



HISTORY and Archceology 

TERRY, C. S., M.A. 

Burnett-Fletcher Prof. 

BEAVEN, M. L. R., B.A. Asst., and 

Lectr. in Mod. Hist. 
(v. also Law and Theol.) 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
English [Chalmers Prof, of E.Lit. 

GRIERSON, H. J. C, M.A., LL.D. 
MILLER, H. M., M.A. Asst. & Lectr. 
HENDERSON, J. M., M.A. Asst. 

CAMPBELL, F. E. A., PH.D. 

Lectr. in E. Lang. 
French 

SCHOLLE, W., PH.D. 
DESSEIGNET, J., L.-ES-L 



Lectr. 

D.-ES-S. 

Asst. 
German 

LEES, J., M.A., D.LITT. Lectr. 

SCHOLZ, HELENE Asst. 

Greek 

HARROWER, J., M.A., LL.D. Prof. 
COOK, J., M.A. AsSt. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, M.A. 

Asst., and Lectr. in G. Hist. 
Hebrew and Semitic Langs. 

GILROY, J., M.A., D.D. Prof. 

Latin [Humanity. 

SOUTER, A., M.A., D.LITT. Prof, of 

fraser, j., m.a. Asst., and Lectr. 

in Comp. Philol., &c. 

davies, g. a. t. (Lectr. in Rom. 

Hist.) Asst. 

MILNE, A., M.A. Asst. 



LAW 

Scots Law, Roman Law, Juris- 
prudence 

IRVINE, J. M., K.C., LL.B. Prof. 

Const. Law and Hist. [Lectr. 

WILLIAMSON, R. W., M.A., LL.B. 

Conveyancing 
duguid, j., m.a. Lectr. 

Law and Conveyancing 

ESSLEMONT, W. D., M.A., B.L. Asst. 
MASSON, R. P., M.A., B.L. (Tutor) ,, 

International Law [Public and 
Private) 
duncan, g., m.a. Lectr. 

Procedure and Evidence 
blacklaw, a., m.a. Clark Law Lectr. 
(v. also Med. — Forensic) 



DAVIDSON, W. L 


., M.A., LL.D. 


Prof. 


LAING, B., M.A. 






Asst. 


MATHEMATICS 






MACDONALD, H. 


M., M.A. 




Prof. 


GOODWILLIE, J., 


M.A., B.SC. 






Lectr. 


and Asst. 


RAE, G., B.SC. 






Asst. 



MECHANICS, v. Philos., Nat. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Bacteriology 

DUNCAN, G. M., M.B., CM. Lectr. 

Forensic Medicine 

HAY, M., M.D., LL.D. Prof. 

WATT, J., M.A., M.B., CH.B. 

Asst. and Lectr. 
Materia Medica 

CASH, J. T., M.D., LL.D. Prof. 

CROLL, W. F., M.A., M.D. Asst. 

DILLING, W. J., M.B., CH.B. 

Lectr. and Asst. 
Medicine 

MACKINTOSH, A. W., M.A., M.D. Prof. 
FALCONER, A. W., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Midwifery 

MCKERRON, R. G., M.A., M.D. Prof. 
MITCHELL, A., M.A.,M.B., CH.M. Asst. 



ABERDEEN 



Pathology [Sir E. Wilson Prof. 

DEAN, G., M.A., M.B., CM. 
DUNCAN, G. M., M.B., CM. (Lectr. 

in Bad.) Asst. and Lectr. 

INGRAM, W. W., M.B., CH.B. ,, 
MUTERER, J. G., M.B., CH.B. 

Special Asst. and Lectr. 
Pharmacology [Lectr. 

dilling, w. j. (Asst. in Mat. Med.) 
Surgery 

MARNOCH, J., M.A., M.B., CM. Prof. 
COLT, G. H., F.R.CS. Asst. 

NATURAL HISTORY {Zool. 
and Agric. Zool.) 

THOMSON, J. A., M.A., LL.D. Prof. 

rennie, j., d.sc (Lectr. in 
Parasitology) Asst. 

BROWN, A. H., M.A., B.SC Asst. 

Fisheries, Scientific Study of 

FULTON, T. A. W., M.D. Lectr. 

PHILOSOPHY, Moral (v. also 
Logic and Psych.) 

BAILLIE, J. B., M.A., D.PHIL. Prof. 
TURNER, J., M.A. Asst. 

PHILOSOPHY, Natural (v. also 
Chem. — Phys.) 

NIVEN, C, M.A., D.SC Prof. 

FYVIE, W. W., B.SC 

Asst., and Lectr. in Mechanics. 

GEDDES, A. E. M., M.A., B.SC Asst. 



PHYSIOLOGY (v. also Biochem.) 

MAC WILLIAM, J. A., M.D. Prof. 

melvin, g. s., m.d. Asst., and Lectr. 
in Exper. Phys. 

MURRAY, J. R., M.B. Asst. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

FORRESTER, R. B., M.A. Lectr. 

SMITH, J. D., M.A. Asst. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE and 

Sociology 

MACIVER, R. M., M.A. Lectr. 

PSYCHOLOGY, Comparative 

MCINTYRE, J. L., M.A., D.SC 

Anderson Lectr. 

SOCIOLOGY, v. Pol. Sc. 

STATISTICAL METHODS 
tocher, j. f., d.sc Lectr. 

THEOLOGY 

Biblical Criticism 

NICOL, T., M.A., D.D. Prof| 

Church History [Prof. 

COWAN, H., M.A., D.D., D.TH., D.C.L. 

Systematic Theology [Prof. 

CURTIS, W. A., M.A., B.D., D.LITT. 

VETERINARY HYGIENE 
brown, wm. Lectr. 

ZOOLOGY, v. Natural History 



GENERAL INFORMATION (*. also Appendix VI) 

Faculties. Arts, Science (including Agric), Divinity, Law, 
Medicine (including Pub. Health). 

Matriculation is effected by signing in the " Album " and paying 
a fee and enrolling as a student of one or more Univ. classes. 

Candidates for degrees must, before entering on their degree course, 
pass or obtain exemption from the Prelim, examn. (see Appendix IV). 

Sessions, 1913-14. Terms in Arts begin : Winter — Oct. 8, Spring 
— Jan. 6, Summer — April 14. Winter Session in Science and Med. — 
Oct. 9 to March 12 ; in Law — Oct. 15 to March 13. Summer Sessions 
in Science, Law, and Med. begin April 14. Divinity Session — Oct. 8 
to March 1 1 . 



4 ABERDEEN 

Degrees. Arts — M.A., D.Phil., DXitt. ; Science — B.Sc, 
B.Sc.Agr., D.Sc; Divinity— B.D. ; Law— B.L., LL.B.; Medicine— 
M.B., Ch.B., M.D., Ch.M. Diplomas : Public Health, Agric. 

Honorary Degrees. D.D., LL.D. 

Courses and Examinations. Arts. The courses are organized 
in the following Depts. : Lang, and Lit., Ment. Philos., Science, Hist, 
and Law. For the purpose of reckoning duration of study an academic 
year is constituted by attendance on at least i course of study in each 
of the 3 terms. As in other Scottish Univs., there is no B.A. degree. 
The M.A. course extends over 3 yrs. A candidate for the degree must 
present a certif. not only of regular attendance, but also of having 
duly performed the work of the classes in the qualifying courses. The 
first 2 yrs. may be taken in other Scottish Univs. The Senatus may 
accept attendance during 1 yr. in other Univs. specially recognized, 
provided that qualifying classes for at least 2 yrs. are attended in 
Aberdeen. The Senatus may admit ad eundem gradum a M.A. of 
another Univ. who is of distinguished merit or has been appointed 
to an academic office in this Univ. A course for the ordinary degree 
must include subjects from 3 of the 4 Depts. above mentioned. 

Science. The courses in Pure Science cover 3 yrs. Seven courses 
must be taken, of which 4 must be taken in the Univ. The other 3 
may be taken in other Univs. of the U.K. or Colls, affiliated thereto 
or under recognized teachers. 

Agriculture. Six out of the 12 courses required for the B.Sc.Agr., 
including the "Principles of Agric," must be taken in the Univ. ; the 
rest of them in any approved institns. or under recognized teachers. 
Residence and practical work on a farm for a complete farming year 
are required. The course for the Diploma covers 2 winter sessions. 
Candidates are required to pass a Prelim, examn. in Engl, and Maths. 
The examn. papers in the subjects for the Diploma are the same as 
for the Degree. The Univ. lectrs. in subjects qualifying for the Degree 
have been appointed as Lectrs. in the North of Scotland Agric. Coll. 

Divinity. The B.D. examn. is open to (1) a grad. in Arts of this 
Univ. who has taken a complete Theol. course in a Scot. Univ. or 
other specially recognized institn. ; (2) a grad. in Arts of any Scot, 
or other specially recognized Univ. who has completed his Theol. 
course, of which not less than 2 yrs. has been in this Univ. The Gifford 
Lectures on Nat. Theol. are open to the public. 

Law. The course for the B.L. covers 3 yrs., of which 2 must be 
spent in this Univ. Before entering on the course a student must 
have passed the Arts Prelim, examn. or its equivalent, Latin being 
one of the subjects. The course for the LL.B. also covers 3 yrs., but 
only 1 need be spent in this Univ. Candidates for this degree must 
be grads. in Arts of a Univ. of the U.K. or of any other Univ. specially 
recognized. Either degree (the B.L. or LL.B.) exempts pro tanto from 
the examns. in Law required for admission to the profession of Law 
Agent. 

Medicine and Surgery. The M.B. and Ch.B. must be taken together. 
Of the necessary 5 yrs. of medical study 2 must be spent at the Univ. 



ABERDEEN 5 

The other 3 may be spent in any Univ. of the U.K. or other recognized 
institn.* or under a recognized Teacher. The prescribed Prelim. 
exaran. must have been passed or exemption obtained before entering 
on the course. Among the conditions imposed on candidates for the 
Medical degrees are : attendance for 3 yrs. or 9 terms at Med. and 
Surg, hospl. practice ; courses in Clin. Med. and Clin. Surg., each 
extending over 9 mos. or 3 terms ; attendance during 6 mos. or 
2 terms at out-patient practice ; service for 6 mos. or 2 terms as 
Dresser and 6 mos. or 2 terms as Clin. Clerk ; practical instruction in 
Operative Surgery, Ophth., Dis. of Ear, Nose, and Throat, and Der- 
matology. 

A candidate who has at any Univ. of the U.K. or at any other 
specially recognized (viz. the Indian Univs., Adel., Cape, Dal., McG., 
Manit., Melb., N.Z., Qu. (Can.), Syd., Tor.) completed a course and 
passed examn. in (1) Bot., Zool., Biol., Phys., or Chem. qualifying 
for a degree in Science, Arts, or Med., or (2) Anat. or Physiol, qualifying 
for a degree in Science, may be exempted by the Senatus from the 
corresponding part of the M.B., Ch.B. examns. 

A M.B. or Ch.B. of at least 24 years of age who has 
subsequent to graduation been engaged for at least 1 yr. in attending 
the Med. (or Surg.) wards of a hospl., or in scientific work, or in the 
Naval, Milit., Colonial, or (for the M.D.) Pub. Health Med. Services, 
or 2 yrs. in practice not restricted to Surg, (or Med.), and passed the 
prescribed examn. and submitted a satisfactory thesis, may be admitted 
M.D. or Ch.M., as the case may be. 

The Diploma in Pub. Health is open to grads. in Med. of any 
Univ. in the U.K. not less than 1 yr. after graduation. The conditions 
include 6 mos. practical instruction in an approved lab. (Pub. Health 
and Bact.) ; 6 mos. pract. study, under supervision, of Pub. Health 
administration duties ; 3 mos. attendance, subsequent to graduation, 
at the practice of a hospl. for Infec. Dis. ; pract. instruction in Drawing 
and Interpretation of Plans. A course in one of the subjects of the 
examn. must have been taken in this Univ. The whole of the courses 
must have covered at least 9 mos. 

Hospitals available for clinics — Royal Infirmary (230 beds), 
Children's Hospl. (85), City (Fever) Hospl. (100), Lunatic Asylum 
(700 patients), Dispensary, Maternity Hospl., Vaccine Institn., and 
Ophth. Institn. 

Training of Teachers. The courses in Educn. are arranged 
with reference to the regns. of the Aberd. Provincial Committee for 
the Training of Teachers. 

Higher Degrees in Arts and Science. The D.Sc. degree is 
open to (1) a B.Sc. of this Univ. of 5 yrs. standing ; (2) a M.A. of 
this Univ. with 1st or 2nd Class Hons. in Maths, and Nat. Phil, 
of 5 yrs. standing ; (3) a research student who has, in pursuance of 
the regns. mentioned under the next heading, spent 2 winter sessions 

* Adel., Bom., Calc, Dal., Mad., McG., Melb., N.Z.,Qu. (Can.), Tor., and 
several Univs. of the U.S.A. and Med. Schools in the U.K. 



6 ABERDEEN 

or their equivalent in satisfactory special study or research in this 
Univ. and has held for 5 yrs. a degree of B.Sc. or M.B. of a recognized 
Univ. or an equivalent degree of such a Univ. A satisfactory published 
memoir or work or a thesis recording an original research must be 
presented by a candidate for the D.Sc. The regns. for admission to 
the D.Phil, and D.Litt. degrees are on similar lines. The thesis or 
published memoir or work must be an original contribution to learning. 

Research Students. Regns. provide for the admission (without 
necessarily passing any entrance examn.) of persons of good general 
educn. (whether grads. of other Univs. or not) for the purpose of 
prosecuting special study or research under supervision. The title 
of Research Fellow may be conferred with or without a stipend on 
specially distinguished students. 

Scholarships, &c, for Graduates. There are 23, of the aggregate 
annual value of about £1600, and an indeterminate number of Reid 
Scholarships of varying values. They are not open to grads. of other 
Univs. As a Scot. Univ., Aberd. participates in the benefits of the 
Carnegie, Ferguson, McCunn, and Shaw Scholarships. This Univ. 
nominates every alternate year to an 1851 Exhibition Science Scholar- 
ship. See also p. 165 and Appendix IV. 

Women are admitted to instruction and graduation on the same 
conditions as men. They are eligible for most of the competition 
Bursaries in Arts. 

Residential Facilities. Good lodgings and board are easily 
obtainable. A register of lodgings is kept by the Students' Repre- 
sentative Council. 

An Appointments Committee exists, with Sub-Committees for 
Educnl., Govt., and Foreign and Colonial apptmts. and apptmts. 
for women. 

The Library, which dates from 1500, contains 200,000 vols, and 
170 Incunabula, including 13 believed to be unique. The Library 
revenues include an annual Parliamentary grant of £640 for the 
purchase of books in lieu of the Stationers' Hall privilege enjoyed 
from 1709 to 1836 ; from certain Library funds about £200 ; from the 
General Fund about £1200 ; from the Carnegie Trust, £1000 ; and 
from a bequest for the benefit of the Science Depts., the interest on 
£10,000. Departmental Libraries — Classical, Celtic (including hist., 
topog., and antiq. of Scot. Highlands, as well as Celtic Lit. and Philol.), 
Local, Class., Archaeol., Pharm., Law, and Theol. Catalogues have 
been printed for the Gen. and for the Pharm., Law, and Theol. Libraries. 

Museums. Anthrop. (including Local, Class., and Eastern antiq., 
coins, &c, and specimens illustrating habits and customs of natives 
of Africa, America, Melanesia, Australia, and Malay Archipelago), 



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Egyptian (illustrated catalogue, price is.). Departmental Museums — 
Anat. and Anthrop., Bot., Forensic Med. and Hygiene, Geol., Mat. 
Med., Midw., Path., Surg. (2500 specimens and 600 instruments), 
Zool. There are fully equipped Labs, for Anat., Anthropometry, Bact., 
Bot., Chem., Pharm., Phys., Physiol., Pub. Health, and Zool. 

Publications. Calendar, issued in Sept., price 3s. iod. post free 
(contains, in addition to usual information, examn. papers and 
statistical and financial statements) ; Aberd. Univ. Review, pubd. in 
Feb., May, and Nov., is. each number ; Alma Mater, the Students' 
Mag., weekly during winter session. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Number of Students (matriculated). Winter, 1004 (including 
309 women). Additional in summer, 39 (including 9 women). 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. D.D. — Alexander Alexander, 
M.A., Minister of Waterloo Presb. Church, L'pool ; Herbert T. 
Andrews, B.A. (Ox.), Prof, of Hackney Coll., Lond. ; Henry W. 
Wright, Ferryhill Parish Church, Aberd. LL.D. — John MacEwen, 
Headmaster, Burgh School, Kirkwall ; Reynold Alleyne Nicholson, 
M.A., Litt.D. Camb. ; William Stephenson, M.D., F.R.C.S. Edin., 
Emeritus Prof., Aberd. ; David White Finlay, B.A., M.D. Glas., 
LL.D. Yale, F.R.C.P. Lond., Emeritus Prof., Aberd. ; William Botting 
Hemsley, F.R.S. ; Sir Alexander Hosie, M.A. Aberd., H.B.M. Consul- 
General, Tientsin ; Ronald Campbell Macfie, M.A., M.B. Aberd. ; 
Sir James Meston, K.C.S.I., Lieut.-Gov. of Agra and Oudh. {in 
absentia) . 

Other Degrees. M.A., 149 (including 75 women) ; D.Sc, 1 ; 
B.Sc, 16 (4 women) ; B.Sc.Agr., 12 ; B.D., 5 ; LL.B., 1 ; M.D., 12 ; 
Ch.M., 1 ; M.B. and Ch.B., 40 (1 woman). 12 candidates qualified for 
the Diploma in Agric. and 11 for the D.P.H. 

Additions to Buildings. The new block at King's Coll. was 
completed at a cost of over £11,000. It contains class-room accom- 
modation for the Depts. of Engl., Hist., French, and Ger., with a 
dwelling-house for the Sacrist. 



ACADIA UNIVERSITY, WOLFVILLE, 
NOVA SCOTIA 

[Incorporated by Act of the Legislature of Nova Scotia, 1840. 
Constitution revised and denned by Act of 1891.] 

President George B. Cutten, Ph.D., D.D. 

Chairman of the Board of J. W. Manning, D.D. 

Governors 
Registrar A. B. Balcom, B.Sc, M.A. 

Bursar A. Cohoon, B.A., D.D. 

Librarian Miss J. S. Haley, M.A., S.B. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

BIOLOGY [Prof Latin [Prof. 

perry, h. g., m.a. C. F. Myers Thompson, w. h., jr., m.a., ph.d. 

New Test. Lang, and Lit. 

DEWOLFE, H. T., B.A., D.D. Prof. 

Old Test. Lang, and Lit. 

CHUTE, A. C, B.A., D.D. 

G. P. Payzant Prof. 
Romance Languages 

CAWICHIA, G., B.A. Prof. 

LA W [Lectr. 

ROSCOE, W. E., K.C., M.A., D.CL. 



CHEMISTRY 

ambler, j. a., ph.d. I. Curry Prof. 

DRA WING and Surveying 

SUTHERLAND, A., B.SC. Asst. Prof. 

ECONOMIC SCIENCE 

BALCOM, A. B., B.SC, M.A. Prof. 

EDUCATION 

NOWLAN, I. S., B.A., B.TH. Instr. 

ENGINEERING 

clarkson, r. p., B.sc. I.Curry Prof. 



LIBRARY SCIENCE 

HALEY, MISS J. S., M.A., S.B. 



GEOLOGY 

HAYCOCK, E., M.A. 



Prof. 



HISTORY [Prof. 

tufts, J. f., m.a., d.c.l. M. Curry 

LANGUAGES and Literature 

English Lang, and Lit. 
hannay, n. c, m.a., b.a. Prof. 

German 
sievers, j. f., m.a. Prof. 

Greek 
vacant Instr. 



Instr. 

MATHEMATICS [Prof. 

coit, w. a., m.a., ph.d. White 

PHYSICAL TRAINING 
Archibald, l. w. Director. 

PHYSICS 

haley, f. r., m.a. Alumni Prof. 

PSYCHOLOGY and Philos. 

THE PRESIDENT Prof. 

THEOLOGY and Church Hist. 

SPIDLE, S., B.D., PH.D. 

G. P. Payzant Prof, 



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CHANGES IN STAFF 

Black, H. G., M.A., Prof, of Engl., resigned. 

Cavvichia, G., formerly Instr. Univ. of Mo., and Dartmouth, ap- 
pointed vice Rice. 

Haley, J. S., apptd. Instr. in Library Science. 

Hannay, N. C., apptd. vice Black. 

Herrmann, A. F., Ph.D., Prof, of German, resigned. 

Jones, R. V., M.A., Ph.D., Prof, of Greek and Latin, retired, and 
was made Prof. Emeritus. 

Nowlan, I. S., apptd. Instr. in Education. 

Rice, J. P., Ph.D., Prof., Romance Languages, resigned. 

Sievers, J. F., formerly Instr. at Brown, and Harv., apptd. vice 
Herrmann. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Board of Governors is appointed by the Baptist Convention 
of the Maritime Provinces. While seeking to surround the student 
with positive Christian influences, the Univ. imposes no religious 
tests. It aims at preparing students for the specialized courses of 
the graduate Univs. and Professional Schools or equipping them 
thoroughly for active non-professional life. 

Departments. Arts and Sciences ; Theology ; Applied Science ; 
Music. The Acadia Collegiate Academy and Acadia Ladies' Seminary 
are controlled by the Governors and Senate. 

Terms, 1913-14. First term begins Oct. 1, 1913, ends Jan. 31 ; 
second begins Feb. 2, ends May 27. 

Degrees. B.A., M.A. ; B.Sc, B.Th. Honorary Degrees : M.A., 
D.Litt. ; D.D., D.C.L., D.L. A Certificate in Engineering is granted. 

Examinations are held at the end of each term. The term standing 
is dependent on the average of the marks for daily exercises and the 
examn. marks. 

Arts and Sciences. A 4 yrs. course leads to the B.A. or B.Sc. 
There are Matricn. examns. for admission to the courses. Holders of 
Nova Scotia or New Brunswick teachers' licences and of Prince of Wales 
Coll. Diplomas are admitted to advanced standing in the courses. 
For the B.A., Latin, Engl., Maths., Biblical Lit., Psych, and Educn., 
Hist., Econ., Philos., are compulsory, as are also (1) Greek or German 
or Romance Langs. ; (2) Physics or Chem. or Geol. or Biol. For the 
B.Sc, Engl., German, Romance Langs., Maths., Biblical Lit., Psych, 
and Educn., Philos., and either Physics or Chem. are compulsory. 
Honours courses are provided in the 3rd and 4th yrs. and are open to 
students who attained a certain standard in the first 2 yrs. Students 



io ACADIA 

taking Law courses in the 3rd and 4th yrs. whose work satisfies the 
authorities of the Dalhousie Law School, Halifax, are admitted after 
graduation to the 2nd yr. of that school. Students satisfactorily 
completing certain other courses for the B.A. are admitted after 
graduation to the 2nd yr. of the Medical Dept. of McGill. (v. also 
notes under "Applied Science"). 

The M.A. course covers 1 yr. and is open to grads. (i) at any time, 
(ii) 1 yr., or (hi) 3 yrs., after graduation, according to the standard 
attained in the last 3 yrs. of the B.A. or B.Sc. course. A thesis and 
critique are required in addition to passing examns. The M.A. is also 
given for research work carried on in this or some other Univ. 
% 

Theology. No charge is made for tuition. A 3 yrs. course leads 
to the B.Th. The course is open to ordained ministers or licentiates 
of some Christian Church who have completed the first 2 yrs. of the 
Arts course (with Greek in both years) or equivalent studies. Grads. in 
Arts who took theological subjects in their 3rd and 4th yrs. may 
complete the course for the B.Th. by 2 yrs. of additional study. 
Original investigations are encouraged. A 2 yrs. " English " course 
is open to students not entering for the Degree. Students preparing 
for the Baptist Ministry (whether in this or in the Arts Dept.) may 
obtain employment during the summer, for which they receive pay- 
ment from the Payzant Aid Fund. 

Applied Science. A 2 yrs. course, which covers the same ground 
as the unified course of McGill and the N.S. Tech. Coll., gives admission 
to the 3rd yr. in these institns. There is a Matricn. examn. for admis- 
sion to the course. A student preparing for the B.Sc. may in his 3rd 
and 4th yrs. take Engin. subjects and thus qualify for admission to 
the 3rd yr. of the above-mentioned technical schools upon gradua- 
tion. See also Appendix VI (ii) . 

Women are admitted to the classes and degrees, except in Theol., 
on equal terms with men. 

Residential Facilities. The residence known as Chipman Hall 
provides accommodation for 60 students. A women's residence has 
accommodation for 20. Other students must reside at places approved 
by the Faculty, and women must not reside where men students are 
boarding. 

The Library contains about 20,000 vols. 

Museums. Geol., Biol., Ethnol. and Hist, collections. 

Laboratories. The Carnegie Science Hall is provided with a gas 
plant and Phys., Chem., Geol., and Biol. labs. Rhodes Hall contains 
wood, iron, foundry, and drawing depts. 

Observatory. There is a small Meteor, and Astron. Obs. with 
2 6-inch telescopes. 



ACADIA n 

Publications. The Bulletin, pubd. occasionally, price 25 c. p. a. 
The Univ. Calendar number of the Bulletin is issued in June or July 
and is obtainable from the Registrar. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. An offer of $125,000, subject to the 
condition that a like amount should be obtained from other sources 
(v. also "Additions to Library"). 

Royal Visit. The Duke and Duchess of Connaught visited the 
Coll. in 1912. 

New Posts. The combined Chairs of Hist, and Pol. Econ. and of 
Chem. and Geol. have been replaced by four independent Chairs ; 
instructors in Library Science and in Educn. have been appointed, 
and an additional Lab. Asst. in Biol. 

Number of Students preparing for the B.A., 157 (including 43 
women); B.Sc, 24; B.Th., 17; other Theol. students, 3; Applied 
Sc, 35 ; general, 17 ; resident grads., 3 ; total, excluding those 
registered in 2 courses, 244. 

Honorary Degrees. D.Sc. — E. E. Prince ; D.D. — O. E. Cox, 
E. W. Kelly. 

Other Degrees. M.A., 7 (including 3 women) ; B.A., 39 (8 
women) ; B.Sc, 5. 

Engineering Certificates, 7. 

New Buildings. Rhodes Hall, a new manual training building 
for Engin. students, was opened in Feb. 191 3. A new Library building 
was begun in Aug. 191 3. 

Additions to Library. 1803 vols, from various donors ; the 
Scientific Library of the late Dr. Hay, of St. John, N.B. ; the Theol. 
and General Library of Dr. McLeod, of St. John, N.B. 



UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE 



[Established by Act of the South Australian Legislature in 1874.] 



Visitor 
Chancellor 



Vice-Chancellor 
Registrar 



His Excellency The Governor. 

Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel J. Way, 
Bart., P.C., D.C.L., LL.D., 
Lieut. - Governor and Chief 
Justice. 

William Barlow, B.A., LL.D. 
C. R. Hodge. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ACCOUNTANCY and Business 


EDUCATION 


Practice 


SCHULZ, A. J., PH.D. ZUR., M.A. 


COLVIN, B. D., M.A. CAMB. Lectr 


adel. Lectr. 


ANATOMY 


ENGINEERING, v. Mining and 


WATSON, A., M.D. PARIS AND GOTT., 


Phys. 


f.r.cs. Elder Prof. 


nrrnr nnv „™j Mi*, n *,r,j„„«, 



BANKING and Exchange 
neill, w. Lectr. 



BOTANY 

OSBORN, T. G. B. 



M.SC. MANC. Prof. 



CHEMISTRY 

RENNIE, E. H., M.A. SYD., D.SC 

lond. and melb. Angas Prof . 
cooke, w. t., d.sc Lectr. 

CLASSICS and Comp. Philol. and 
Lit. [Prof. 

NAYLOR, H. D., M.A. CAMB. Hughes 
HOLLIDGE, D. H., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 

COMMERCE (v. also Account- 
ancy and Banking) 

THE PROF. OF ECONOMICS Prof . 

Comml. Geog. and Technology 
clucas, r. j. m., b.a. Lectr. 

Comml. Law, v. Law. 

ECONOMICS, v. Philosophy 



Geol. and Paleontology 
howchin, w., f.g.s. Lectr. 

Mineralogy and Petrology 

MAWSON, D., B.E., B.SC. SYD., D.SC. 

adel. Lectr. 

HISTORY, Modern, and English 
Lang, and Lit. 

HENDERSON, G. C, M.A. OX. Prof. 

LAW 

BROWN, W. J., LL.D. CAMB., D.LITT. 

dub. Prof. 

Contracts and Comml. Law 

JOHNSTONE, P. E., B.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Evidence and Procedure 
d'arenberg,f.a.,m.a.dub. Lectr. 
Property 

BENHAM, E. W., LL.B. Lectr. 

Wrongs 

POOLE, T. S., M.A. MELB. Lectr. 

MA THEM A TICS and Mechanics 

CHAPMAN, R. W., M.A., B.C.E. 

melb. Elder Prof, 



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ADELAIDE 



13 



MEDICINE and Surgery 

A ural Surgery [Lectr. 

FISCHER, G. A., B.A., M.B., 13. S. 

Bacteriology 

BORTHWICK, T., M.D. EDIN. Lectr. 

Diseases of Children, Med. 
swift, h., m.d. Clin. Lectr. 

Diseases of Children, Surg. 

NEWLAND, H. S., M.B., M.S. 

Clin. Lectr. 

(v. also Obstetrics) 
Forensic Medicine 

REISSMANN, C H., M.A., M.D., CH.B. 

camb., m.r.c.p. Lectr. 

Gynecology 

HAMILTON, J. A. G., B.A., M.B. DUB. 

E. W. Way Lectr. 

Lunacy 

DOWNEY, M. H., M.B., B.S. Lectr. 

Materia Medica and Therap. 

HAYWARD, W. T., M.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Medicine and Therap. [Lectr . 

VERCO, J. C, M.D. LOND., F.R.C.S. 

Medicine, Clinical 

HAYWARD, W. T., M.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Obstetrics and Dis. of Children 

LENDON, A. A., M.D. LOND. Lectr. 

Ophthalmic Surgery 

MORGAN, A. M., M.B., B.S. 

Charles Gosse Lectr. 
Path, and Histology, Practical 

DE CRESPIGNY, C. T. C, M.D., B.S. 

melb. Lectr. 

Pathology 



CAVENAGH-MAINWARING, 
M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 



W. R., 

Lectr. 



Surgery 

POULTON, B., M.D., CH.B. MELB., 

m.r.c.s. Lectr. 

Surgery, Clinical [Lectr. 

CUDMORE, A. M., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

(v. also Aural) 
Tutor in Medicine 
the lectr. in Forensic Med. 
Tutor in Obstetrics 

WILSON, T. G., M.D., CH.M. SYD., 
F.R.C.S. EDIN. 

Tutor in Surgery 

THE LECTR. IN Pathology 

Clinical Teachers 

THE STAFF OF THE ADELAIDE AND 
OF THE CHILDREN'S HOSPLS. 

MINING Engineering 

GARTRELL, H. W., B.A., B.SC. ADEL., 

m.a. col. Lectr. 

MUSIC [Elder Prof. 

ENNIS, J. M., MUS.DOC. LOND. 

PHILOSOPHY and Economics 

MITCHELL, W., M.A., D.SC. EDIN. 

Hughes Prof. 
ham, w. Asst. Lectr. in Econ. 

bronner, r., b.a. Asst. Lectr. in 
PHYSICS Ethics. 

GRANT, K., M.SC MELB. Prof. 

Electrical Engin. 
clark, e. v., b.sc. Lectr. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

STIRLING, E. C, C.M.G., M.A., M.D. 
CAMB. AND MELB., D.SC. CAMB., 
F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Prof. 

fuller, w. (Lectr. in Biol.) Demr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Osborn, T. G. B., appointed to the new Chair of Botany. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties. Arts, Science, Law, Medicine, Music, Applied Science.* 

* Not a "Faculty" within the meaning of the Statutes, but formed by 
the Councils of the Univ. and S.A. School of Mines and Industries to 
advise the Joint Board. 



i 4 ADELAIDE 

There are Boards of Commercial and of Musical Studies and of Educa- 
tion, and an Extension Lectures Committee. There is also a Joint 
Board appointed by the Councils of the Univ. and the S. Australian 
School of Mines and Industries to consider and report to the Councils 
on all matters arising out of the fulfilment of an agreement under which 
the two institns. combine their teaching powers and laboratories for 
instruction in Mining Engin., Metall., Mech. Engin., and Elec. Engin. 

Matriculation. The minimum age is 16. Students entering for 
Degree courses have to qualify for admission to the courses by passing 
prescribed examns. 

Terms, 1914. First term begins March 3 (1st Tues. in March). 
Third term ends Dec. 8 (2nd Tues. in Dec). There are 2 vacations 
of a fortnight each. In the Elder Conservatorium there are 4 terms, 
and the academic year begins with the last week of Feb. 

Degrees. B.A., M.A. ; B.Sc, D.Sc. ; LL.B., LL.D. ; M.B., 
B.S., M.D., M.S. ; Mus.Bac, Mus.Doc. ; B.E., M.E. The Univ. 
grants a Diploma of Assoc, in Music ; Diplomas in Applied Science 
(Mining, Metall., Elec. Engin., and Mech. Engin.), Commerce, and 
Education ; and a Final Certif . in Law for admission as a practitioner 
in the Supreme Court. In 1881 Royal Letters Patent were issued 
declaring that the degrees granted by this Univ. should be recognized 
as academic distinctions, and be entitled to rank, precedence, and 
consideration throughout the British Enpire as if granted by any Univ. 
in the U.K. External examiners are appointed in all cases for the 
degree of Doctor or Master ; in all cases for Honours Degrees ; in all 
subjects in the Law course ; in all final subjects in the Arts, Science, and 
Med. courses ; in Tech. subjects ; and in nearly all the subjects of the 
5th yr. of the M.B. degree. For the Mus.Bac. external examiners are 
appointed for the 3rd year, for the original exercise, and for the final 
examn. of an executant. 

Arts. The course for the B.A. degree covers at least 3 yrs. A 
B.A. of 2 yrs. standing may obtain either the Ordinary or Honours 
degree of M.A. The former is obtained by attendance at lectures 
and passing examns. in 3 subjects other than those taken for the B.A. 
degree. For the Honours M.A. a candidate must have graduated with 
Honours as B.A. in the dept. in which he desires to obtain the higher 
degree. Attendance at lectures is not necessary, but in Class., Hist., or 
Philos. the candidate is required to do original work in addition to 
passing the examn. 

Science. Candidates for the ordinary B.Sc. degree desirous of 
studying Agric. or Forestry may specialize in these subjects. It is 
also open to candidates for this degree to take one of the 4 yrs. courses 
provided (in conjunction with the School of Mines) for the Diploma 
in Applied Science and B.E. degree. The special course for Agric. 
students includes portions of the course at the affiliated Roseworthy 



ADELAIDE 15 

Agric. Coll. New regns. for Forestry Diploma courses have been 
prepared and will shortly be published. A B.Sc. may, 3 yrs. after 
graduation, proceed to the D.Sc. degree. 

Law. The course for the LL.B. is usually concluded in 4 yrs., 
and is open to students who have passed the Senior Public examn. 
or graduated in arts. The curriculum for the Final certificate is less 
extensive than that for the LL.B., but candidates must serve under 
articles to a practitioner for 5 yrs. A LL.B. may proceed to the LL.D. 
degree after 3 yrs. A thesis, on which the candidate may be examined, 
is required. 

Medicine. Before entering upon the 5 yrs. medical course candi- 
dates must have passed the Senior Public examn. and a prelim, examn. 
in Elem. Biol., Chem., and Phys. During the 3rd, 4th, and 5th yrs. 
they must attend the Med. and Surg, practice of the Adel. Hospl., 
Children's Hospl., and Hospls. for the Insane, act as Surg, and Clin. 
Clerks, attend at least 20 cases of midw. and be instructed in vaccin., 
anaesth., and dent. No candidate is eligible for the M.D. or M.S. 
degree until the 3rd yr. after admission as M.B. and B.S. except under 
special conditions. Either degree may be conferred for an original 
thesis embodying the result of independent research. 

Music. The course for the Mus.B. covers 3 yrs. The* Elder 
Conservatorium of Music, which was established in 1898, is under the 
control of the Council of the Univ. Students may obtain the diploma 
of A.M.U.A. after attending a 3 yrs. course. The Conservatorium 
building contains a Hall in which the principal meetings of the Univ. 
are held. 

The Commerce diploma lectures are given in the evening. The 
course takes at least 4 yrs. 

The Training Coll. for State School Teachers has practically been 
transferred to the Univ., which now provides for students in training, 
without fee, lectures in all but the professional, or practical, subjects of 
their work. 

Recognition of Courses and examns. in this Univ. is accorded by 
the Univs. of Ox., Camb., and Dub. The Senior Public examn. of the 
Univ. (see below) is recognized by the Inst.C.E. London. The Insti- 
tute of Chemistry of the U.K. recognizes the Univ. as an institn. for 
the training of candidates for the examns. of the Inst. 

A grad. of a recognized Univ. (including all Univs. of the British 
Empire to which Royal Charters or Letters Patent have been granted) 
may be admitted ad eundem gradum. Undergrads. of a recognized 
Univ. or Coll. may be admitted ad eundem statum. 

Scholarships, &c, for Graduates. Angas Engin., ^200 p.a. 
for 2 yrs., tenable ordinarily in the U.K., offered biennially ; several 
smaller scholarships. Two first-class return passages are granted 



1 6 ADELAIDE 

annually by the Orient Line to grads. of the Univ. proceeding to Europe 
for study. 

Women have been admitted to degrees since 1880. 

Residence. The Act of Incorporation authorizes the Univ. to 
prescribe conditions of residence, but the Univ. has never imposed any 
residential qualification and there is no residential Coll. 

The Library contains over 25,000 vols. 

Laboratories. Phys., Chem., Bot., and Biol. 

Public Examinations are conducted by the Univ. irrespective of 
those for its own degrees, graded thus : Primary, Junior, Senior, and 
Higher ; in Commerce, Junior and Higher ; in Music (in conjunction 
with the other Australian Univs.), several grades in both Practice and 
Theory. Facilities for examns. have been extended to the country, 
and local centres with permanent Committees have been formed for 
them at some 40 towns in South Australia and also at 4 centres in 
W. Australia. 

Univ. Extension lectures are given at various country centres as 
well as at the Univ. Evening Classes are held in various Arts and 
Science subjects as well as in Commercial subjects. The Educn. 
Dept. has established studentships for the encouragement of evening 
students. 

Publications. The Calendar, price 2s. 6d., contains, in addition 
to the usual information, the annual report of the Council, wi h financial 
statements. Regns., examn. papers, &c, of the Public examns., Regns., 
&c, of the B.A. and B.Sc. Degrees and Diploma courses in Applied 
Science and Degree examn. papers are published in separate vols. 

Affiliated Colleges. The Govt. Agric. Coll, Roseworthy, and 
Technical School, Perth. The teaching in the Agric. Coll. is accepted 
as part of the Univ. course for the degree of B.Sc. with Agric. The 
teaching in Chem., Phys., &c, up to the standard of the ordinary 
degree of B.Sc. in the Tech. School, Perth, is accepted, and students in 
the western State attend lectures there instead of coming to Adelaide. 



THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions. £500 for a Botany Scholarship and Medal ; ^200 
for an annual prize for Engl, verse ; a conditional promise of ^10,000 
for a residential Coll. 

New Departments, &c. Evening Classes in Elem. Greek for non- 
graduating students have been organized. A Chair of Botany has 
been instituted. 



ADELAIDE 17 

At the Public Examinations in 191 2 there were over 3000 candi- 
dates. In addition to these, 500 candidates entered for the exarans. 
in Music held jointly by the Univs. of Adel., Melb., Queensland, and 
Tasm. Three short courses of Extension lectures were given at the 
Univ. The Profs, devoted the May and Aug. vacations to lecture 
tours. 

Number of Students in 1912. Undergrads., 388 ; occasional 
students, 310 ; attending the Conservatorium, 299. Bachelors 
preparing for the M.A. degree, 18. Engaged in Research, 1 (1851) 
Exhibn. scholar, 2 Rhodes scholars, 2 History scholars. 

Degrees Conferred. B.A., 17 (including 6 women) ; B.Sc, 7 
LL.B., 4; M.B. and B.S., 7 (1 woman); Mus.B., 1; M.A., 5; D.Sc, 1. 
Ad eundem degrees, 6. Diplomas in Applied Science, 5 ; in Comm., 2 ; 
Assoc, in Music, $ (including 4 women). 

New Buildings for the Faculties of Arts and Law, the Library, 
and the Botany Dept. were completed in 191 2. These, with fittings* 
&c, cost over ^12,000. Equipment for Bot., Phys., Chem., and Engin. 
Depts. cost £951. 

Notable Additions to Library. Parly. Prodgs. of S.A., 1847 to 
1893. A large number of valuable Medical works. 

Conferences. An inter-Univ. Conference was held in Melb. in Aug. 
I9I3- 



UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, 
EDMONTON 



[Opened in Sept. 1908 under Acts of the Legislature of the Province 
of Alberta of 1906 and 1907. Reorganized under an Act of 1910.] s 



Visitor 



Chancellor 

President 

Registrar 

Secretary, Extension Dept. 

Librarian 



Hon. George Hedley Vicars 

Bulyea, B.A., LL.D., Lieut.- 

Governor. 
Hon. Charles Allan Stuart, 

B.A., LL.B. 
Henry Marshall Tory, M.A., 

D.Sc, LL.D. McG., F.R.S.C. 
C. E. Race, B.A. Tor., C.A. 
A. E. Ottewell, B.A. 
F. G. Bowers, M.A. Ox. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ACCOUNTING, v. Maths. 
ARCHITECTURE 

BURGESS, C. S., A. R.I. B.A. 



Prof. 



BIOLOGY 

LEWIS, F. J., D.SC. LIV., F.L.S. Prof. 
TOWENTON, H. J., B.SC. InStX. 

CHEMISTRY 

LEHMANN, A. L. F., B.S.A. TOR., 

PH.D. LEIP. Prof. 

COWPER, A. D., B.SC. LOND. Lectr. 

CLASSICS (v. also Langs.) 

ALEXANDER, W. H., M.A. TOR., PH.D. 

calif. Prof. 

ED UCA TION [Spl. Lectr. 

DYDE, S. W., M.A., D.D., ETC. 

(Principal of Robertson Coll.) 
vacant Lectr. 

ENGINEERING, Civil and 
Municipal 

EDWARDS, W. M., M.SC. MC G. Prof . 



MORRISON, I. F., B.SC. MASS. INST. 

tech. Lectr. in Civil E. 

fife, w. m., b.sc. Instr. in Civil E. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ROBB, C. A., B.SC. MCG., M.SC. 

mass. inst. tech. Lectr. 



GEOMETRY, Descr. 
hand Drawing 

ADAM, J., B.A. 



and Free- 



GEOLOGY 

ALLAN, J. A., M.SC. MCG. 
MASS. INST. TECH. 



Lectr. 



PH.D. 

Prof. 



HISTORY 

VACANT Prof. 

fife, g. s., b.a. ox. Lectr. 

BURT, A. L., M.A. TOR., B.A. OX. 

Lectr. 
LANGUAGES and Literature 
English 

BROADUS, E. K., M.A. CHIC, PH.D. 

harv. Prof, of E. Lang. 6- Lit. 

GORDON, R. K., M.A. TOR. Lectr. 



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ALBERTA 



19 



French (v. also Mod. Langs.) 

SONET, E., B.-ES-L. LYONS Lectr. 

German 

FAIRLEY, B., M.A. LEEDS, PH.D. 

jena Asst. Prof. 

VON ZABURSING, AUGUST Lectr. 

Greek (v. also Classics) [Lectr. 



WOODHEAD, W. 


D., B, 


A. 


OX 


., M.A. 


Latin 












MISENER, 


MISS 


G., M.A. 


queen's, 


PH.D. 


CHIC. 








Lectr. 


Modern 


Languages 








KERR, W. 


A. R. 


, M.A. 


TOR., 


PH.D. 


HARV 










Prof. 



LAW 



Staff not appointed 



MATHEMATICS 

SHELDON, E. W., M.A. MCG., PH.D. 

YALE Prof. 

KILLAM, S. D., M.A. MT. ALL., PH.D. 

gott. Lectr. 

M. and Municipal Accounting 

RACE, C. E., B.A. TOR., C.A. Lectr. 

MEDICINE 

Staff not appointed 

MINING 

Staff not appointed 

PHILOSOPHY 

MACEACHRAN, J. M., M.A. QUEEN'S, 
PH.D. LEIP. Prof. 

PHYSICS [Prof. 

BOYLE, R. W., M.A., PH.D. MCG. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Allan, J. A., promoted from Lectr. to Prof, of Geology. 

Burgess, C. S., apptd. Prof, of Architecture. 

Burt, A. L., apptd. Lectr. in History. 

Cowper, A. D., promoted from Instr. to Lectr. in Chemistry. 

Fife, W. M., apptd. Instr. in Civil Engineering. 

Gordon, R. K., apptd. Lectr. in English. 

Killam, S. D., apptd. Lectr. in Mathematics. 

Lewis, F. J., apptd. Prof, of Biology. 

Misener, Miss G., apptd. Lectr. in Latin and Adviser to Women 

Students. 
Towenton, H. J., apptd. Instr. in Biology, 
von Zabursing, of Munich, apptd. Lectr. in German. 
Woodhead, W. D., promoted from Instr. to Lectr. in Greek. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

This is a State University. The Chancellor and President are 
ex-ofjicio members of the Board of Governors ; the other 9 are ap- 
pointed by the Lieut. -Governor in Council. 

Matriculation examns. are held at all the High School centres of 
the Province and may be held elsewhere. 

Terms, 1913-14. First begins Sept. 26, ends Dec. 22 ; second 
begins Jan. 5, ends April 15. 

Faculties. Arts and Sciences ; Law. 

Degrees. B.A., M.A. ; B.Sc, M.Sc. ; B.Sc. in Applied Scieuce ; 
LL.B. ; LL.D. (Honorary). 



20 ALBERTA 

Courses. Courses leading to the degrees in Arts and Science 
extend over 4 (in the case of Applied Science 4 or 5) annual sessions of 
2 terms each. The course for the LL.B. covers 3 yrs., but candidates 
for admission must have an academic standing at least equal to that 
required for entrance into the 2nd yr. in this Univ. Regular and 
punctual attendance at the lectures is required as a condition of 
admission to the examns. Except under special circumstances no 
student under 16 yrs. of age is admitted to the 1st yr.'s courses or under 
17 to the 2nd yr.'s. 

Women are admitted to the courses on equal terms with men. 
There is an Adviser to Women Students — Miss Misener, Lectr. in Latin. 

Residential Facilities (see " Affiliated Colleges " and " New 
Buildings "). There is a special residence for women students. 

Extension work is done on 3 main lines : (1) a weekly bulletin is 
supplied free of charge to newspapers of the Province, containing items 
of interest touching practical advances made in connexion with the 
everyday life of the people ; (2) information is supplied for the use 
of debating societies, which are encouraged to discuss with reliable 
data questions of public interest ; (3) an information bureau is main- 
tained to which all inhabitants of the Province may have recourse. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. in July. 

AFFILIATED COLLEGES 

Provision has been made for the accommodation upon the Univ. 
grounds (258 acres) of affiliated Colls, as part of the Univ. system. 
Alberta Coll. has already erected, at a cost of nearly $200,000 on 
the portion set aside for it, a building affording quarters for 112 
students. A similar allotment of land has been made to the Robertson 
Coll. These 2 Colls, co-operate, Profs, of both giving instruction 
in united classes. 

Alberta Theological College (Methodist), Edmonton. The 
Governors are appointed every 4 yrs. by the Genl. Conference of the 
Methodist Church. Chairman of Board of Govts., Hon. H. C. Taylor, 
M.A., LL.B. Secy., P. E. Butchart. The courses provided include : 
For candidates for the Meth. Ministry who are B.A., a 2 yrs. Coll. 
course and additional studies while on probationary circuit ; for 
students of anv denomination who are B.A., a full 3 years course leading 
to the B.D. 

Principal— J. H. Riddell, B.A., B.D., D.D. Mane, Prof, of New 
Test. Exegesis and Lit. Other Professors : Systematic and Historical 
Theol.—C. E. Bland, B.A. McGill, B.D. Wes. Coll.; Pastoral Theol.— 
C. W. Bishop, B.A. Tor. ; Old Test. Lang, and Lit.—D. E. Thomas, 
B.A.; B.D. Yale, Ph.D. Chic. Lecturers: English and Modern Langs. — 
Clyo Jackson, M.A. Tor. ; Maths, and Physics — R. S. Laycock, B.A. Tor. 



ALBERTA 21 

Robertson Theological College (Presbyterian), Edmonton. 
Principal— S. W. Dyde, M.A., D.Sc, LL.D. Queen's, D.D. (Special 
Lectr. in the Univ. on the Philos. of Educn.), Prof, of Theol. Prof, of 
Engl. Bible and Practical Training, J. M. Millar, M.A., B.D. ; Lectr. in 
Apologetics and Hebrew, R. A. King, M.A., D.D. ; Lectr. in Church 
History and N.T. Exegesis, L. A. Wood, Ph.D. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. Endowment funds for gold medals 
to be given annually for Applied Science and for the best record made 
by a grad. and for a fellowship of $200 p. a. in English. The 
revenue of the Univ. has risen during the year about 50 per cent., the 
Legislature having increased its grant. 

New Departments. A faculty of Law with courses leading to 
Bachelorship ; depts. of Biology, Mining, and Architecture, and lecture- 
ships in English, German, Latin, and Maths. A faculty of Medicine 
is being established ; if at the end of 3 yrs. clinical facilities and labo- 
ratory arrangements are not sufficiently developed, entrance will be 
secured for students ad eundem gradum at the large Univs. in Eastern 
Canada ; a hospital is in course of erection on the Univ. grounds. 
A Univ. Press has been established. 

Number of Students. Undergrads. in Arts, 142 (including 28 
women); special students, 62 (13 women); undergrads. in Applied 
Science, 66, Law, 50 (1 woman); grads., 13 (1 woman); total, 333. 
Students in Alberta Coll., 105 ; in Robertson Coll., 30. 

Degrees Conferred. M.A. 2; B.A., 8 (including 3 women)' 
B.Sc. in Arts, 1 ; B.Sc. in Applied Science, 5. 

Alterations of Courses, &c. In future there is to be one final 
examn. each year instead of two. Tests will continue to be conducted 
at intervals during the year. 

New Buildings. Assiniboia Hall was opened partly for offices and 
lecture-rooms and partly as a dormitory for 55 students. A new 
dining-room and gymnasium are being provided, and next year a music- 
room will be opened to students. Comfortable rooms have been 
provided and equipped for the use of women students. Athabasca 
Hall has residential accommodation for 90 students. 

Other New Developments. An Alumni Association has been 
organized. 

Relations with Other Bodies. The Provincial Architects' 
Assocn. and the Alberta Law Society became affiliated with the Univ., 
which will henceforth conduct examns. for these bodies, as it already 
does for the Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons, Alberta Dental Assocn., 
and Alberta Land Surveyors. 



UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD 



[Established and incorporated by Act XVIII of 1887 of the Leg. 
Council of India. Constitution modified by Act VIII of 1904.] 

Patron The Viceroy and Governor- 

General of India. 
Chancellor The Lieut. -Govr. of the United 

Provinces. 
Vice-Chancellor and Chairman Hon. Sundar Lal, B.A., LL.D., 

of the Syndicate* R.B., CLE. 

Registrar M. G. V. Cole, M.A. 

Deans of Faculties : 

Arts— A. Venis, M.A., D.Litt., CLE. 

Science — E. G. Hill, D.Sc. 

Law — Hon. Mr. Justice Banerji, K.T., B.A., B.L. 

Medicine— Major W. Selby, F.R.C.S., D.S.O., I.M.S. 

Boards of Inspectors of Colleges for 191 3-1 5 : 

Arts and Science Colleges — The Directors of Pub. Instrn., United 
Provinces and Central Provs. ; the Deans of Arts and Science ; 
A. W. Ward, M.A. ; J. G. Jennings ; G. N. Chakravarti, R.B. ; 
W. Jesse, M.A. 

Law Colleges — Hon. Sir George E. Knox ; Hon. Sundar Lal. 

Instructive Staff of the University School of Law : 

Principal—]. C Weir, B.A., LL.D. Dub., Bar.-at-Law. 
Professor — R. K. Sorabji, M.A., Bar.-at-Law. 

Lecturers — Agha Hyder, Bar.-at-Law ; Mohan Lal Nehru, LL.B. 
Readers — Sarat Chandra Chowdhary, B.A., LL.B. ; Pearey Lal Banerji, 
M.A., LL.B. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

This Univ. is, like others in India, mainly an examining and 
degree-granting and inspecting institn., but steps are being taken 
to establish 2 Univ. Chairs and Readerships for research work in 
Economics and Modern Indian History for graduate students. Candi- 
dates for degrees prosecute courses of study in affiliated institns., the 
inspection of which Cat least once in 5 yrs.) is provided for by the 
Univ. 

* The executive governing body of the Univ., v. Appendix V. 

22 



ALLAHABAD 23 

Degrees, &c. Arts— B.A., M.A., D.Litt. ; Science— B.Sc, M.Sc, 
D.Sc. ; Law— LL.B., M.L., D.L. ; Medicine— M.B. and B.S. ; Teaching 
— L.T. ; Commerce — Certificate. 

Arts. The B.A. examn. may be taken 2 yrs. after the Interm. 
examn. in Arts. Special graces under section 19 of the Univ. Act 
(v. Appendix V) are granted to women 2 yrs., and to school inspectors 
and teachers and College demonstrators 3 yrs., after passing the Interm. 
examn. Candidates for admission to this examn. must have prosecuted 
a regular course for 2 yrs. after Matricn. Special graces are granted, as 
for admission to the B.A., 2 yrs. after Matricn. provided that the 
practical course, if any, prescribed for any of the subjects of examn. 
has been completed in an affiliated Coll. The subjects for the Interm. 
in Arts are Engl, and 1 of 5 optional groups. For the B.A. a 
candidate must show a competent knowledge of 3 distinct branches 
of study, 1 being Engl., another being any 2 of the following 
branches : (a) Classical Langs., i.e. Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arab., Pers., 
or Sansk. ; (6) Maths. ; (c) Philos. ; (d) Pol. Econ. ; (e) Hist. There 
are no Honours courses. The minimum ages for admission to the B.A. 
and Interm. examns. respectively are 20 and 18. 

The M.A. Previous examn. may be taken 1 yr. and the Final 2 yrs. 
after graduating in Arts or Science. The subjects are Langs. (Engl, or 
Classical) ; Ment. and Mor. Sc. ; Hist., Pol. Econ., and Jurispr. ; Maths. ; 
Pol. Econ. The examn. for the D.Litt. is viva voce and based on a 
thesis offered by the candidate at least 3 yrs. after taking the M.A. 

Science. The B.Sc. examn. may be taken 2 yrs. after passing the 
Interm. in Arts with Phys., Chem., and either Maths, or Biol. The 
minimum age is 20. The subjects are Engl., Chem., and either 
Maths, and Phys. or Bot. and Zool. The conditions for admission to 
the M.Sc. are similar to those for the M.A. The D.Sc. examn. is open 
to any candidate who has, after taking the M.A. in Maths, or the M.Sc, 
prosecuted a regular course during 1 yr. immediately preceding the 
examn. at a Coll. affiliated up to the D.Sc. standard. 

Teaching. The L.T. examn. is open to grads. in Arts or Science 
who after graduating prosecute the prescribed course, including a 
practical course of physical training, during 1 yr. in a Coll. affiliated in 
Teaching. 

Law. The B.L. course covers 2 yrs. and is open to any B.A. or 
B.Sc. of an Indian, English, or Irish Univ. or M.A. of a Scottish Univ. 
This examn. is divided into 2 compartments, the Previous and the 
Final, like the M.A. and M.Sc. examns. The M.L. may be taken (with- 
out prosecuting any prescribed course) 2 yrs. after the B.L. The 
D.L. may be taken without examn. by a candidate who has practised 
for 5 yrs. after obtaining the M.L. An essay is required. 

Medicine. The Prelim. Scientific examn. is open to candidates 
who have passed the Interm. examn. in Arts with Chem. and Phys. 



24 ALLAHABAD 

and have passed in Biol, either in the Interm. in Arts or in the B.Sc. 
examn., or who have passed the Calc. Prelim. Scientific. The First 
M.B. and B.S. may be taken 2 yrs. later after completing the prescribed 
course in a Coll. affiliated in Med. The subsequent courses preparatory 
to the Final examn. cover 3 yrs. 

Commerce. The Commercial Certif . course covers 2 yrs. subsequent 
to Matricn. 

Scholarships for Graduates. Sir Chas. Elliott Scholarship, about 
Rs.200 p. a., tenable for 1 yr. in the Muir Central Coll. by a student 
of Science of that Coll. ; Empress Victoria Readership, Rs. 100 p.m., 
tenable for 3 yrs., for students who pass the M.Sc. or higher degree in 
Science; a Govt, of India Scholarship of ^200 p. a. (together with an 
allowance for cost of passage), tenable at Ox. or Camb. for 3 yrs., to 
be awarded in 191 4 and in 1916 to a candidate who has qualified for 
the degree of B.A. or B.Sc. of this Univ, 

Residence. Every student of an affiliated Coll. who has not 
completed his 20th yr. must reside with, or with a friend approved by, 
his parent or guardian, or in lodgings approved by the Principal, or in 
a hostel recognized by the Syndicate and either maintained by an 
affiliated Coll. or supervised by the Principal. There are 3 recognized 
Hostels : Allahabad Oxford and Cambridge Hostel ; MacDonneli 
Hindu Boarding-house; and the New Government Hostel, attached 
to the Muir Central College, All. 

Publications. Calendar, Rs.4.8.0 post free; Prospectus of Arts 
and Science and Law Exams., R.o.4.6 (the above are to be obtained 
from the Pioneer Press, All.) ; the U.P. Govt. Gazette, Part IV. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions and Fresh Sources of Revenue. A recurring 
grant of Rs. 45,000 and non-recurring grant of Rs. 3,00,000 have been 
given by the Govt, of India for the Development of Univ. Work. The 
former the Univ. propose to utilize in establishing 2 Univ. Chairs and 
Readerships for research work in Econ. and Modern Indian Hist., and 
the latter for the construction of the Univ. Library Building and a Law 
Hostel. For the latter building Govt, have promised a further grant of 
2 lakhs. 

New Departments. A Faculty of Commerce was constituted and 
a Comml. certif. examn. introduced. The 1st examn. for the M.B. and 
B.S. was held for the first time in 191 3. 

Number of Students. Full time, preparing for Bachelorship or 
Diploma, 1644, of whom 18 were women ; Law, 621 ; Bachelor students 
preparing for Master's or Doctor's degree, 143 (including 1 woman) ; 
Victoria Reader engaged in research work in Physics, 1 ; Student 



ALLAHABAD 25 

continuing study (for I.C.S.) in Cambridge, 1. The number of candidates 
who presented themselves in 191 3 for the M.A. and M.Sc. (Previous 
and Final) and LL.M. examns., 210 ; for the LL.B., LL.B. Previous, 
and L.T., 899 ; for the B.A. and B.Sc, 1060 ; for the Interm., 1762. 

Degrees Conferred in 1913. M.A., 36 (including 1 woman) ; 
M.Sc, 16 ; B.A., 346 (4 women) ; B.Sc, 73 ; LL.B., 307 ; LL.M., 1 ; 
L.T., 38 (5 women). 

Changes in Regulations. The minimum age for the Intermediate 
in Arts has been fixed at 18 ; for the B.A. and B.Sc. at 20, and M.A. 
and M.Sc. at 21. The B.Sc. has been opened to candidates who have 
passed the Interm. in Arts of other Indian Univs. Regns. in Med. 
have been framed. The Regns. regarding (i) conditions for admission 
to the Interm. examns. in Class. Langs, and in Biol., (ii) conditions 
for admission to the examns. for the M.Sc and D.Sc degrees, (iii) 
tests to be passed by candidates for the L.T. degree, (iv) subjects of the 
Interm. in Arts and of examns. for the B.A. and LL.B. degree, (v) 
submission of applications for recognition of High Schools, (vi) fees 
for appearing as private candidates at examns., (vii) alteration of 
courses, have been amended. Rules have been framed for the election 
of ordinary Fellows by registered graduates. 

Additions to Buildings. The Univ. until last year possessed 
no buildings of its own. A Senate House was opened on Aug. 3, 191 2. 
The Law School building is under construction, and projects for a Law 
Hostel have been prepared. 

Affiliations in Additional Courses. Agra Coll., in Zool. up to 
M.Sc. for 2 yrs. from July 1913 ; St. John's Coll., Agra, up to B.Sc in 
Physics, Chem., and Biol. ; Mahom. A.O. Coll., Aligarh, up to M.Sc. 
in Chem. and Phys., provisionally for 2 yrs. ; Christian Coll., All., up 
to M.A. in Econ., and for 1 yr. up to the B.Sc. in Biol. ; Muir Central 
Coll., All., up to M.A. in Econ. ; Central Hindu Coll., Ben., up to M.A. 
in Philos. ; Training Coll., Jab., for L.T. ; Canning Coll., Luck., up to 
B.Sc. in Biol, for 2 yrs. ; King George's Medical Coll., Luck., in the 
subjects for the first M.B., B.S. ; Reid Christian Coll., Luck., per- 
manently up to B.Sc. in Phys., Chem., and Biol. ; Meerut Coll., in 
Commerce from July 191 2, and up to the Interm. in Biol, for 1 yr. ; 
Vict. C. of Science, Nagp., up to D.Sc in Phys. and Chem. from July 
1913- 

AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS * 

There are Colls, recognized in Degree courses at Agra, Ajmer, 
Aligarh, Allahabad, Bareilly, Benares, Cawnpore, Gwalior, Indore, 
Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Mussoorie, Nagpur. 

Agra College Affiliated in Arts up to M.A. standard ; in Sc. 
* See Appendix V. 



26 ALLAHABAD 

up to M.Sc. in Maths., Phys., and Chem., and provisionally in Zool. ; 
in Law up to LL.B. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A., B.Sc, and LL.B. 
69. for M.A. 7 ; passed in 1913 for B.A. 22, M.A. 6, B.Sc. 8, LL.B. 51. 
Two hundred students reside in the Coll. Hostel and 100 in the caste 
Boarding-house. 

Principal, and Prof . of Engl. Lit. — T. Cuthbertson Jones, B.A. Lond. 
Other Professors : Arabic and Pers. — Syed Mohd. Ibn Ibrahim, M.A. 
Biol. — G. E. Nicholls, B.Sc. Lond. Chem. — Nagendra Chandra Nag, 
M.A. Calc. Econ. — W. S. Thatcher, B.A. Camb. Engl, and Logic — 
T. F.O'Donnell, B.A. R.U.I. Hist.— A. Brookes, B.A. Camb. Law— 
Nilmani Dhar, B.A., B.L. Calc. Maths. — Beni Madhav Sarkar, 
M.A. Calc. Phys. — Harendra Nath Gupta, M.S. Calc. Sansk. — 
Krishna Lai Misra, M.A. 11 Lectrs. and Demrs. 

Agra, St. John's College. Affiliated up to M.A., and in Phys., 
Chem., and Biol, up to B.Sc. Under the general control of the Church 
Missionary Society. Admits non-Christians, but is especially for 
Christians. Has a Business Dept. providing training for public services. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A. and LL.B. 61, M.A. 1 ; 
passed in 191 3, B.A. 23, M.A. 1, LL.B. 2. Three hostels in charge of 
7 English wardens provide accommodation for 150. 

Principal, and Prof, of Econ. — H. B. Durrant, M.A. Vice-Principal, 
and Prof, of Hist. — A. W. Davies. Other Professors : Engl. Lit. — 
R. H. Lloyd, M.A. Ox. Engl., Hist., and Logic — W. K. Bonnaud ; 
W. G. F. Smith, B.A. Camb. ; Tikait Narain, B.A. All. ; Gulab Rai, B.A. 
Maths.— T. D. Sully, B.A. Ox. Philos.—E. Drew, M.A. Ox. 2 Maulvis, 
1 Pandit, and 5 Profs, and a Demr. of Science subjects. 

Ajmer, Govt. College. Affiliated up to B.A. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. 8 ; passed in 191 3, 3. A 
hostel and boarding-houses are attached. 
Principal— E. F. Harris, B.A. 

Aligarh, Mahomedan Anglo-Oriental College. Affiliated up to 
M.A. ; in Sc. up to D.Sc. in Maths., to M.Sc. provisionally in Chem. 
and Phys., to B.Sc. in other subjects (Biol, provisionally) ; in Law up 
to LL.B. 

Principal — J. H. Towle, M.A. Camb. Professors : Arabic — J. 
Horovitz, Ph.D. Berl. Chem. — M. Allah Baksh, M.A. English and 
Hist.—B. H. Goldie, M.A. Ox. ; D. Reynell, M.A., B.C.L. Ox. ; H. C. 
Shuttlewood, B.A. Ox. ; C. S. Harper, B.A. Ox. ; M. Anamullah 
Khan, M.A. Calc. ; M. Akhtar Adil, M.A. ; Sheikh Timur, M.A. Panj. ; 
Wilayet Ahmed, M.A. Panj. Law — Syed Ali Nagi, B.A. ; M. Abdul 
Khaliq, B.A., LL.B. Maths.— Zia-ud-din Ahmed, M.A., D.Sc, Ph.D. 
Gott ; J. C. Chakeravarti, M.A. Calc. ; Abdul Majid Quarishi, B.A. 
Philos. — D. Auchterlonie, M.A. Aberd. Phys. — Wali Mohammad, 
B.A., Ph.D. Gott. ; Firoz-ud-din Murad, M.Sc. Panj. Science— 
H. B. Dunnicliff, M.A. Camb. 1 other Prof, and 2 Demrs. in Science, 
and 6 Maulvis and 1 Pandit. 



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Allahabad, Muir Central College. Affiliated up to M.A. ; in Sc. 
up to D.Sc. in Chem., Phys., Maths., to M.Sc. in Zool., to B.Sc. in 
Bot. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. and B.Sc. 75, for M.A. and 
M.Sc. 13 ; passed in 1913, B.A. 32, M.A. 9, B.Sc. 4, M.Sc. 3. 

The new Govt. Hostel and the Musalman Boarding-house afford 
accommodation for 140. Between 100 and 200 reside in the 2 Univ. 
hostels. 

Principal, and Prof. oiEcon. — J. G. Jennings, M.A. Other Professors : 
Arabic and Pers. — Maulvi Hamiduddin, B.A. Biol. — W. N. F. Wood- 
land, D.Sc. ; Dakshina Ranjan Bhattacharya, B.Sc. Chem. — E. G. 
Hill, D.Sc. ; Satish Chandra Deb, M.A. ; Annoda Prasad Sarkar, 
D.Sc. Engl. Lit.—S. G. Dunn, M.A. ; C. P. W. Lloyd, M.A. ; Abhay 
Charan Mukerji, M.A. ; Shiva Adhar Pande, M.A., LL.B. ; Kali 
Partab Dube, M.A., B.Sc, LL.B. Hist.—G. Stewart, M.A. Hist and 
Econ.—C. Tobit, M.A. Maths.— R. H. Moody, I.E.S. ; Umesh 
Chandra Ghosh, M.A. ; Kumud Behari Mittra, M.A. Philos. — E. A. 
Radford, M.A. Phys.— J. J. Durack, M.A. ; Devendra Nath Pal, 
M.A. Sansk. — Mahamahopadhyaya Pt. Ganga Nath Jha, M.A., 
D.Litt. A Prof, of Bot., 5 Demrs., and an Instr. 

Allahabad, Christian College. Affiliated up to M.A. in Philos. 
and Econ. ; in Sc. up to B.Sc. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A. and B.Sc. 80, for M.A. 4 ; 
passed in 1913, B.A. 23, M.A. 1, B.Sc. 2. There are 4 hostels and 1 
under construction, which will together accommodate 200 students. 

Principal — C. A. R. Janvier, M.A., D.D. Offg. Principal, and 
Prof, of Phys. — P. H. Edwards, M.A., Ph.D. Other Professors : 
Econ.—C. D. Thompson, B.A., Ph.D. ; S. Higginbottom, M.A., B.S.A. 
Engl, and Philos. — E. P. Janvier, B.A. Pers. and Arab. — Md. Ismail 
B.A. Sansk. — Pandit Ganpati Shastri. 11 other Profs, and Assts. 

Allahabad, Higher Grade Training Coll. Controlled by the 
Director of Pub. Instrn. Affiliated in Teaching. Prepares students 
for the L.T. degree. 

Number of students 34 ; passed in 191 3, 30. Connected with the Coll. 
is a boarding-house accommodating 50 students. Grads. of other 
Univs. may be admitted to the Coll. with the special permission of 
the Director. 

Principal— A. H. Mackenzie, M.A., B.Sc, A.R.C.Sc Lond. Prof. 
— J. L. Watson, M.A. Headmaster of Practising School — E. M. 
Plomer, B.A., S.C. Lectr.— M. Fitzgerald, B.A., L.T. Lectr. in 
Science — Kumar Chandra Bhattacharya, M.Sc, L.T. 

Bareilly College. Affiliated up to the B.A. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A. 25 ; passed in 191 3, 10. 
There is a hostel erected by Govt. 
Principal — J. H. Alderson, M.A. 

Benares, Queen's College. Affiliated up to the M.A., and in Science 



28 ALLAHABAD 

up to the B.Sc. Supported by Govt., and under the control of the 
Director of Pub. Instm. 

i Number of students preparing for the B.A. and B.Sc. 23, for M.A. 
and M.Sc. 4 ; passed in 1913, B.A. 2, B.Sc. 3, M.A. 3, M.Sc. 1. Con- 
nected with the Coll. is a boarding-house for district students. 

Principal — A. Venis, M.A. Ox., Hon. D.Litt., CLE. Professors : 
Arabic — Shams-ul-Ulama Md. Abdul Jalil. Engl. Lit. — H. C. Norman, 
M.A. Edin. and Ox. Engl. Lit., Logic, and Hist. — H. N. Randal, M.A. Ox. 
Maths. — Ganesh Prasad, M.A., D.Sc. Philos. — C. M. Mulvany, M.A., 
B.Lit. Ox. Sansk. — T. K. Laddu, Dr., Lakshman Sastri Tailang. 
2 Profs, and 2 Demrs. in Science. 

Benares, Central Hindu College. Affiliated up to M.A. in Engl., 
Philos., Sansk., Pers., Hist., and Pol. Econ. ; in Science up to M.Sc. in 
Maths., and to B.Sc. in other subjects. The learning of Sanskrit is 
compulsory. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A. and B.Sc. 63 ; passed 
in 191 3, B.A. 18, B.Sc. 6. Three boarding-houses connected with the 
Coll. afford accommodation for 200. 

Hon. Principal, and Prof, of Hist. — G. S. Arundale, M.A., LL.B. 
Camb., F.A.U., F.R.H.S. Other Professors : Econ. — Satya Vrata 
Bhattacharya, M.A. Engl—]. N. Unwalla, M.A. Bom., F.B.U. ; 
Bireshwar Banerji, M.A. Calc. ; L. MacDermott, B.A. Dub. ; A. V. 
Subbiah, Ph.D. Berne. Hist. — N. V. Thadani, M.A. Bom. Logic and 
Philos. — Phani Bhusan Adhikari, M.A. Calc. Maths. — Lakshmi 
Narayan, M.A. ; Shyama Charan De, M.A. Calc. Philos. — Bhagwan 
Das, M.A. Sanskrit — C. Vishnu-Dayalu Upadhaya ; Nil Kamal 
Bhattacharya, M.A. 7 other Profs, and 2 Demrs. in Science. 

C awn pore, Christ Church College. Affiliated up to M.A. Con- 
trolled by the Lucknow Diocesan Board of Missions and a Managing 
Committee. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A. 27 ; passed in 1913, 6. 
Has a hostel for Hindus and Mohammedans and another for Christians. 

Principal, and Prof, of Engl. — M. S. Douglas, M.A. Vice-Principal, 
and Prof, of Philos. — E. W. Ormerod, M.A. Lectr. in Engl, and Hist. — 
W. J. Bensly, M.A. Other Professors : Engl. — C. J. G. Saunders, 
B.A. ; E. C. Singh, B.A. Logic and Engl.—B. K. Mukerji, B.A. 
Hist.— Debi Prasad Shukla, B.A. Maths.— Nanak Prasad, B.A. ; 
Swami, Dyal Seth, B.Sc. 3 Profs, of Science, Pers., and Sansk., and a 
Demr. 

Gwalior, Victoria College. Affiliated up to B.A. and B.Sc. Entirely 
supported by the Darbar and under the control and supervision of the 
Inspr.-Genl. of Educn., Gwalior State. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A. and B.Sc. 25 ; passed 
in 1 91 3, 13. Connected with it is a boarding-house for 100 students. 

Principal— H. A. W. Bladen, B.A. Camb. 

Indore, Canadian Mission College. Affiliated up to M.A. in 
Philos. 



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Number of students preparing for the B.A. 17 ; passed in 191 3, 9. 
One hostel contains between 30 and 40 single rooms. Others are in 
course of erection. One is under the supervision of a Christian 
Master. 

Principal, and Prof, of Psych, and Pol. Econ. — J. A. Sherrard, M.A., 
B.D. Prof, of Engl, and Pol. Econ. — D. J. Davidson, B.A. Philos. — 
A. A. Scott, B.A. Sansk.—D. P. Rawal, B.A. 4 other Profs. 

Indore, Holkar College. Affiliated up to B.A. and B.Sc. Main- 
tained by the State. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. and B.Sc. 15 ; passed in 
1913, B.A. 6, B.Sc. 2. There are boarding-houses for 60. 

Principal (and Director, State Education) — G. Gardner Brown. 
Asst. Director— W. E. Kirby, M.A. 

Jabalpur, Government College. Affiliated up to B.A. and B.Sc. 
Number of students preparing for B.A. and B.Sc. 54 ; passed in 
1913, B.A. 17, B.Sc. 4. There is a boarding-house on the premises. 
Principal— A. C. Sells, M.A. 

Jabalpur, Training College. Affiliated in Teaching. A Govt, 
institn. 

Number of students preparing for the L.T. 8 ; passed in 191 3, 8. 
A boarding-house is attached to the Coll. 

Principal — R. McGavin Spence, M.A. Vice-Principal — Hassamal 
Assamal Sadarangani, M.A. Profs. — Lajja Shanker Jha, B.A. ; Satish 
Chandra Ghoshal, B.A., B.Sc, LL.B. ; Gangadhar Govind Kanitker, 
M.A. 

Jaipur, Maharajah's College. Affiliated up to M.A. and B.Sc. 
Maintained entirely by the Darbar. 

Principal (and Director of Pub. Instrn.) — Makhanlal, M.A. Vice- 
Principal, and Prof, of Science — Ram Chandra Mukerji, B.A., F.C.S. 
Other Professors : Engl. Lit. — Damodar Prassed Saksena, M.A. ; 
Harinarain Tosniwal, B.A. Hist, and Pol. Econ. — Vithal Vaman 
Tamhankar, B.A. Maths. — Kanaiyalal Mathur, B.Sc. Sansk. — 
Vireshwar Shastri ; Badrinath Shastri, B.A, 3 other Profs. 

Jodhpur, Jaswant College. Affiliated up to B.A. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. 5 ; passed in 191 3, 1. 

Principal — Pandit Suraj Prakash, M.A. 

Lucknow, Canning College. Affiliated up to M.A. ; in Sc. up to 
B.Sc. in Biol, and to M.Sc. in Maths., Phys., and Chem. ; in Law up to 
LL.B. 

Number of students preparing for the B.A., B.Sc, and LL.B. 73, 
for M.A. and M.Sc 4 ; passed in 1913, B.A. 21, M.A. 2, B.Sc. 1, M.Sc 1, 
LL.B. 1. 

Principal, and Prof, of Philos. — M. B. Cameron, M. A., B.Sc Other 
Professors : Chem,—V. S. MacMahon, M.Sc Mane, B.Sc. Ox. ; Kula- 



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bhushan Bhaduri, M.A. Engl., Hist., and Pol. Econ. — S. B. Smith. 
M.A. ; C. J. Brown, B.A. ; S. B. Mellis-Smith, M.A. ; F. T. Roy, M.A. 
Maths. — J. A. Strang, M.A., B.Sc. ; Sarat Chandra Mukerji, M.A., 
B.L. Pers. and Arabic — Md. Nurul Aziz, M.A. Phys. — Satyendra 
Nath Roy, M.Sc, B.A. Sansk. — Debendra Nath Chakravarti, M.A. ; 
Rama Krishna Shastri. i Prof, of Biol., 3 Demrs., and 2 Maulvis. 

Lucknow, Reid Christian College. Affiliated up to B.A. and B.Sc. 
Managed by a Board representing the Foreign Missions of the M.E. 
Church, New York. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. and B.Sc. 35 ; passed in 
1913, 11. A hostel for Christians has accommodation for 200. Another 
for Hindus and Mohammedans, 50. 

Principal— C. L. Bare, M.A., D.D. 

Lucknow, Isabella Thoburn College. Affiliated up to B.A. Under 
the patronage of the Women's Foreign Missionary Soc. of the M.E. 
Church of America. 

Number preparing for the B.A. 2 ; passed in 191 3, 1. 

Principal — Miss R. E. Robinson, M.A. 

Meerut, Meerut College. Affiliated up to B.A. ; in Maths., Phys., 
and Chem. up to B.Sc. ; in Law up to LL.B. ; and in Commerce. 

Number of students preparing for B.A., B.Sc, and LL.B. 54 ; 
passed in 1913, B.A. 11, B.Sc. 3, LL.B. 5. Has 2 Hindu hostels and 
1 Musalman. 

Principal — W. Jesse, M.A. Camb., F.Z.S. Prof, of Law — Gurcharan 
Das, B.A., LL.B. 

Mussoorie, Woodstock College (for European and Anglo-Indian 
Girls). Affiliated up to B.A. in Latin, French, and Hist. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. 3 ; passed in 191 3, 3. 
Principal — H. M. Andrews, M.A. Dart. U.S.A. 

Nagpur, Hislop College. Affiliated up to M.A. in Engl., Philos., 
Sansk., Pers., Hist., and Pol. Econ. ; in Sc. up to B.Sc. 

Number of students preparing for B.A. and B.Sc. 57 ; passed in 
191 3, 28 (B.A.). Two hostels (1 for Christians) afford accommodation 
for 100. 

Principal, and Prof, of Chem. and Biol. — A. Robertson, M.B., Ch.B. 
Others Professors : Engl., Hist., and Pol. Econ. — J. F. McFadyen, 
M.A. ; T. W. Gardiner, M.A. ; B. N. Gadre, B.A. Logic and Engl.— 
S. K. Basu, M.A. Pers.— A. Ahmad, B.A. Philos.— S. P. Vaswamy, 
M.A. Sansk.— D. D. Jattar, M.A. 4 other Profs. 

Nagpur, Morris College. Affiliated up to M.A. in Engl., Philos., 
Maths., Sansk., and Hist. ; in Sc. up to B.Sc. ; in Law up to LL.B. 
Science teaching is carried on in the Vict. Coll. 

• I Number of students preparing for B.A. and B.Sc. 38, for M.A. 1, 
for LL.B. 69 ; passed in 1913, B.A. 18, B.Sc. 1, LL.B. 50. Has a 
hostel for 80 students. 



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Principal, and Prof, of Pol. Econ. and Hist. — C. E. W. Jones, M.A. Ox. 
Other Professors : Engl, and Hist. — F. P. Tostevin, B.A. Ox. ; N. N. 
Ganguli, M.A. Maths. — S. P. Banerji, M.A. Philos. and Logic — 
S. C. Roy, M.A. Sansk.—K. C. Tamhan, M.A. 6 Lectrs. 

Nagpur, Victoria College of Science, Affiliated up to D.Sc. in Phys. 
and Chem. Maintained by the Loc. Govt. 

Principal, and Prof, of Chem. — R. H. Beckett, B.Sc. Prof, of 
Phys. — M. Owen, M.Sc. ; Makhan Lai De, M.A, 



THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY OF 
BELFAST 



[Constituted, on the dissolution of Queen's Coll., Belfast, on 
Oct. 31, 1909 ; Queen's Coll. was incorporated on Dec. 30, 1849, 
under Act 8 and 9 Vict. cap. 66.] 



Visitor 
Chancellor 



Pro-Chancellors 

President and Vice- 

Chancellor 
Registrar 

Secretary 
Librarian 
Chairman of Convocation 



H.M. the King 

Rt. Hon. Earl of Shaftesbury, 

K.P., K.C.V.O. 
Rt. Hon. Lord Pirrie, K.P., 

LL.D., D.Sc. 
Sir John Newell Jordan, 

G.C.I.E., K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 

Thomas Hamilton, M.A., D.D., 

LL.D. 
Prof. J Symington, M.D., F.R.S., 

F.R.S.E. 
J. M. Finnegan, B.A., B.Sc. 
Prof. G. G. Smith, M.A. 
Rt. Hon. T. Sinclair, M.A., 

D.Lit. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ACCOUNTANCY 

OUGHTON, HENRY, A.I.S.A 

AGRICULTURE^. R.C 
ANATOMY 

SYMINGTON, J., M.D., 

F.R.S.E. 
MALCOLM, H. P., M.B. 
MCCONNELL, R. J., M.B. 

A pplied A natomy 

CRYMBLE, P. T., M.B., F.R. 

ARCHEOLOGY 

FROST, K. T., M.A., B.LITT 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

MILROY, J. A., M.A., M.D. 



BOTANY {v. also R.C.Sc, p. 37) 



.a. Lectr. 
Sep. 37 


GWYNNE-VAUGHAN, d. 

F.R.S.E. 
LEVENS, G., B.SC 


T., M.A., 

Prof. 
Demr. 


F.R.S., 

Prof. 
Demr. 
Demr. 


CHEMISTRY (v. also Biochem.) 

LETTS, E. A., PH.D., D.SC, F.R.S.E., 

f.c.s., f.i.c. Prof. 

MACBETH, A. K., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 


[Demr. 


REA, FLORENCE W., B.A., 


B.SC. ,, 


c.s. ENG. 


Organic Chemistry 

STEWART, A. W., D.SC. 


Lectr. 


. Lectr. 
Lectr. 


COMMERCE (v. also 

ancy) 

CURR, A. L., B.A. 


Account- 
Lectr. 



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ECONOMICS (v. also Hist.) 

MEREDITH, H. O., M.A., M.COM. Prof. 

ENGINEERING, Civil [Prof. 

HUMMEL, F. H., M.SC, A.M.I.C.E. 
HIGGINS, A. L., A.R.C.S., A.M.I.C.E. 

Asst. 
(v. also Recognized Colls., p. 37) 

GEOLOGY and Geography 

DWERRYHOUSE, A. R., M.SC, D.SC, 

f.g.s. Prof, 

(v. also Recognized Colls. ,'p. 37) 

HISTORY, Modern 

POWICKE, F. M., M.A. OX. Prof. 

History, Economic 
gill, c, m.a. Lectr. 

HYGIENE (v. also Pub. Health) 

WILSON, W. J., B.A., M.D., D.SC, 

d.p.h. Lectr. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
Celtic 

O'CONNELL, F. W., M.A., B.D. Lectr. 

English Lang. 

BELFOUR, A. O., M.A. Lectr. 

English Lit. 

SMITH, G. GREGORY, M.A. Prof. 

MACDOUGALL, ALLAN, M.A. Asst. 

French 

SAVORY, D. L., M.A. Prof. 

MOORE, MISS H. A. R., B.A. Asst. 

German 

FREUND, M., M.A., PH.D. Prof. 

Greek 

DILL, SIR SAMUEL, M.A., HON. 

LITT.D., HON. LL.D. OX. Prof. 

WHITE, NEWPORT B., M.A. Asst. 

Latin 

HENRY, R. M., M.A. Prof. 

HANNA, H. B., B.A. Asst. 

LA W, English 

BAXTER, J. S., LL.B. Prof. 

WHEELER, G. H.,. M.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Jurispr. and Roman Law 

STRAHAN, J. A., M.A., LL.B. Prof. 



LOGIC and Metaphysics 

LAIRD, J., M.A. 



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Prof. 



MATHEMATICS [Prof. 

DIXON, A. C, M.A., SCD., F.R.S. 
RIDDELL, J. R., M.A. Asst. 

MEDICINE and Surgery (v. also 
Hyg.) 
University Clinical Lecturers 

CALWELL, W., M.A., M.D. 
MOORE, J. B., M.B., F.R. C.S.I. 
MCCAW, J., M.D. 
BROWNE, J. W., B.A., LL.D., M.D. 

Materia Medica [Prof. 

WHITLA, SIR W., M.A., M.D., LL.D. 

Mat. Med. and Pharmacy 

FIELDEN, V. G. L., M.D., PH.C Demr. 

Medicine 

LINDSAY, J. A., M.A., M.D., F.R.CP. 

lond. Prof. 

LYTTLE, G. G., M.B., B.SC, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.CP. Asst. 

Medical Jurisprudence 
the prof, of Pathology Lectr. 
the demr. in Path., Clin. Lectr. 

Midwifery 

BYERS, SIR JOHN, M.A., M.D.,M.CH., 

m.a.o. Prof. 

HOLMES, T. S. S., M.B. Asst. 

Ophthalm. and Otology [Lectr 

CRAIG, J. A., M.B., F.R.CS. ENG. 

Pathology 

SYMMERS, W. ST. C, M.B. Prol 

THOMSON, W. W. D., B.A., M.B. r 

d.p.h. Demr. 

Clinical Pathology 
Houston, t., b.a., m.d. Demr. 

Path. Neurology 
vacant Demr. 

Surgery 

SINCLAIR, T., M.D., M.CH., F.R.CS. 

eng. Prof. 

IRWIN, S. T., B.A., M.B. Asst. 

Vaccination 
m'liesh, j., m.b., d.p.h. Teacher. 

MUSIC 

WALKER, L., B.A., MUS.DOC. Lectr. 

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PHILOSOPHY , Moral, and His- gibson, j. m'i., b.a., m.b. Demr. 

tory of Phil os. 

vacant Lectr. PUBLIC HEALTH (v. also Hyp.) 

Scholastic Philosophy bailie, h. w., l.r.c.p. and s. edin., 

o'keeffe, d., m.a. Lectr. l.f.p.s. glas., d.p.h. Lectr. 

PHYSICS TECHNOLOGY, v. Tech. Inst., 

MORTON, W. B., M.A. Prof. p. 37. 

JACK, R., M.A., PH.D., D.SC. Lectr. 

wylie, j., b.a. Demr. ZOOLOGY (v. also R.C.Sc, p. 37) 

WILSON, G., M.A., PH.D., D.SC, 

PHYSIOLOGY [Prof. m.r.i.a. Prof. 

MILROY, T. H., M.D., B.SC, F.R.S.E. WHITEHOUSE, R. H., M.SC. Demr. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Gill, C, appointed vice Rees. 

Laird, J., apptd. vice Park. 

Park, J., M.A., D.Lit., Prof, of Logic, deceased. 

Rees, J. F., M.A., Lectr. in Econ. Hist., resigned. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties. Arts ; Science ; Law ; Medicine ; Commerce. Music 
is included in the Faculty of Arts, Pub. Health in Medicine, and Agric. 
and Engin. in Science. There are Committees of the Senate for 
the Extension of Univ. Teaching, Military Instruction, Technology, 
Appointments, and Commerce and Industry. 

Matriculation. Students entering the Univ. for a degree in any 
Faculty except that of Law are required to pass or obtain exemption 
from the Matricn. examn. in Engl., Maths., and three other subjects, 
including, in the case of entry for a degree in Arts, Greek or Latin — 
in Science, 1 foreign language — in Medicine, Latin and one other lang. — 
in Commerce, French or German. 

Degrees. In Arts — B.A., M.A., D.Lit., and for matriculated 
students of the late Royal Univ., B.Mus. and D.Mus. Law — LL.B., 
LL.D. Medicine, Surgery, and Obstetrics— M.B. , B.Ch., B.A.O., M.D., 
M.Ch., M.A.O. Science— B.Sc, B.Sc. in Engin., B.Sc. in Agric, M.Sc, 
D.Sc. Commerce* — B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc Diplomas are granted in 
Pub. Health and in Commerce. 

No student is admitted to any examn. for a primary degree (the 
B.A., LL.B., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., or B.Sc.) without proof of having 
pursued to the satisfaction of the Prof., Lectr., or recognized Teacher 
the approved course in each subject in which he presents himself. The 
approved course in Arts, Law, and Science (including Engin.) covers 

* The Senate has resolved to make a new Statute changing the degrees in 
this Faculty to B.Com., M.Com., D.Com. 



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at least 3 yrs. In Medicine 3 at least of the prescribed 5 yrs. of study 
must be spent in the Univ. In Agric. the course covers 4 yrs. In 
Arts, Science, and Commerce the Senate may admit grads. of other 
Univs. ad eundem gradum. 

Arts. For the Pass degree the compulsory subjects are Greek or 
Latin ; 1 other foreign language (Latin, Greek, French, or German) ; 
Engl. Lit. ; Maths. Three other optional subjects must be taken. Biol, 
may be added to enable a student to count 1 yr. of his Arts course as 

1 of the $ yrs. of the Med. course. The Honours Schools are Class., 
Engl., Hist., Mod. Langs., Maths., Philos., Econ. 

Science. The Interm. examn. held after the 1st yr. is the same 
for Pass and Honours candidates, and in Engin. is the same for Civ., 
Mech., and Elec. Engin. candidates. Most of the 2nd and ^rd yrs. work 
in Mech. and Elec. Engin. is done in the Municipal Tech. Institute. 
In Agric. the first 2 yrs. are taken in the Univ. and the next 2 yrs. at 
the R.C.Sc, Dublin. 

Law. The LL.B. is open to grads. of this or other Univs. who have 
for 1 yr. after graduation pursued an approved course in this Univ. 
and passed the prescribed examns. Matriculated students who have 
not graduated take the 1st yr's. course in some other faculty and then 

2 yrs. in the Faculty of Law. 

Medicine. The M.B., B.Ch., and B.A.O. must be taken together. 
The minimum age is 21. Candidates for the Final examn. must, in 
addition to meeting the requirements common to all schools recognized 
by the Genl. Med. Council, have attended Med. and Surg, practice of an 
approved hospl. 27 mos. after completion of the 2nd yr. of Med. 
study, acted as Dresser for 3 mos. and Clin. Clerk for another 3 mos. 
in a recognized hospl., had clin. instruction in Dis. of Women and ^f 
Children (3 mos.), and in Ophth. and Ot. (3 mos.) in recognized special 
hospls. or wards. The M.D., M.Ch., or M.A.O. may be taken 3 yrs. 
(in the case of grads. in Arts or Science 2 yrs.) after graduation in 
Med. Proof of having pursued in the interval the prescribed courses 
is required, and either a special examn. must be passed or a satisfactory 
thesis or other evidence of original study or research submitted and 
an examn. thereon passed. The course for the Diploma in Pub. 
Health covers at least 9 mos. No part of it need be taken in Belfast. 
The Hospls. available for Clin. Instruction include General Hospls. 
containing over 450 beds, and fever, maternity, children's, women's 
ophthalmic, eye, ear and throat, consump. and chest, and skin 
diseases hospls. (over 550 beds), and a Lunatic Asylum with 1200 
inmates. 

Commerce. The full course for the B.Sc. covers 3 yrs. Candidates 
who have passed the Final Degree examn. of this or any other Univ. of 
the U.K. or present similar evidence of study satisfactory to the Faculty 
are excused the Interm. examn. and may graduate after 2 yrs. of 



36 BELFAST 

study in the Faculty. In the Final the main subject is Economics. 
Accounting is also compulsory. The Diploma is awarded after attend- 
ance in the Faculty on an approved course extending over at least 
2 yrs. and passing examns. of the same standard as, but of smaller 
extent than, the Interm. and Final examns. for the Degree. Candidates 
may attend lectures either in the evening or in the day. 

Higher Degrees in Arts, Law, and Science. The M.A. may be 
taken by a BA. i yr. after graduation, either by passing an examn. 
or by presenting a satisfactory thesis or as a recognition of independent 
research. The (i) D.Lit. and (2) LL.D. are conferred on grads. of this 
Univ. distinguished in (1) letters, or in literary, philos., or hist, research, 
or (2) Law or in legal or hist, research. 

The M.Sc. is open to a B.Sc. of the Univ. and grads. of other Univs. 
holding a degree of similar rank after the lapse of not less than 1 yr. 
from graduation. It may be conferred on submission of a thesis or 
as a recognition of independent research. The D.Sc. is open to grads. 
of this Univ. 3 yrs. after graduation in any faculty. It is conferred for 
research or scientific work in relation to Science or Commerce or Industry 
or for distinction in Science, Engin., or other practical application of 
Science, or in Economics or other application of scientific methods to 
Commerce and Industry. 

Scholarships, &c, for Graduates. Post-grad, studentships 
01 £$° : 5 m Arts, which may be raised by ^25 and continued for 
a 2nd yr. ; 4 in Science. Special grants may be made to grads. in 
Med. who desire to prosecute original research or clin. study. Mackay 
Wilson Travelling Med. Scholarship, ^100, open to a student of the 
Univ. at the end of his course desiring to spend a year at a Med. Institn. 
abroad. Four Studentships of the aggregate annual value of £330 are 
open to grads. of the Univ. One of the 1851 Exhibn. Science Research 
Scholarships (^150 for 3 yrs.) is allotted to this Univ. every alternate 
year. 

An Appointments Committee has been formed. The Secy, is 
the Secy, of the Univ. 

Women are admitted to all classes and degrees on equal terms with 
men. 

Residential Facilities. There is no hostel for men ; one for 
women is being built (v. infra, " Benefactions "). 

The Library contains over 70,000 vols. 

Museums. Nat. Hist. ; Med. ; Mat. Med. ; Class. Archaeol. ; San. 
Science. 

The Laboratories provide private rooms and other facilities for 
research in Chem., Nat. Hist., Physiol., Path, and Bact. There are 
also Phys. and Engin., Anat., and Pharm. labs. 



BELFAST 37 

Observatory. A fine 7^-inch Refractor Equatorial has lately been 
presented to the Univ., and it is hoped soon to erect this on a suitable 
site. 

University Extension. Four to six courses of lectures are 
delivered every winter on popular subjects, and well-attended classes 
in connexion with the W.E.A. have been established. 

Publications. The Calendar (Mayne, Boyd, and Son, Belfast), 
price 3s. Pamphlets containing the Regns. of the various Faculties 
are published separately and may be had free from the Secy. The 
students have a monthly journal. 

RECOGNIZED COLLEGES AND TEACHERS 

Municipal Technical Institute, Belfast, providing instruction 
forming part of the Degree courses in : Mech. Engin. — Prof. J. H. 
Smith, D.Sc, A.R.C.S. ; W. T. Crawford, D.Sc. Elec. Engin.— Prof. 
R. Stanley, B.A., A.M.I.E.E. ; H. Gooch, B.Sc. Textile Industries — 
Prof. F. Bradbury ; W. T. Cowden. Applied Chem. — Prof. H. Wren, 
M.A., D.Sc, Ph.D. ; E. Clayton, F.C.S. Design— R. A. Dawson, 
A.R.C.A. 

Royal College of Science, Dublin, providing instruction 
forming part of the Degree course in Agric. : Agric. — Prof. J. Wilson, 
M.A., B.Sc. Agric. Botany — D. Houston, F.L.S. Agric. Chem. — 
G. Stephenson. Botany — Prof. T. Johnson, D.Sc, F.L.S. Geology — 
Prof. G. A. J. Cole, F.G.S. Zoology— Prof. G. H. Carpenter, B.Sc 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. ^35,000 for a Hostel for women students 
(Protestant) now in course of erection ; a scholarship (Mrs. Magrath) 
of about ^113 p. a. open to 4th yr. Med. students. 

New Departments, &c. It is hoped to establish shortly a Chair 
of Education. 

Number of Students. 569, including 136 women. 

Honorary Degrees j Conferred. D.Sc. — J. Norman Collie, 
F.R.S. ; Sir Joseph Larmor, F.R.S. ; Sir Arthur W. Rucker, F.R.S. 
LL.D. — Sir Donald MacAlister ; Rt. Hon. Christopher Palles, Lord Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer of Ireland. 

Other Degrees. D.Sc, i ; LL.D., 3 ; M.D., 3 ; M.Ch., 1 ; M.A., 8 
(including 2 women) ;M.Sc, 1 ; B.A., 51 (14 women) ;B.Sc, 15 (7 women); 
B.ScinEngin., 10; B.E., 1 ; LL.B.,2; M.B., B.Ch, B.A.O., 39; B.Sc. in 
Commerce, 2 ; Diploma in Pub. Health, 1 1 . 



UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM 



[Incorporated by Royal Charter on March 24, 1900. Mason Univ. 
Coll., incorporated in 1897, was merged in the Univ. with effect from 
Oct. 1, 1900.] 



Visitor 
Chancellor 

Vice-Chancellor 
Pro-Vice-Chancellor 
Treasurer 
Principal 

Vice-principal ^ 
Registrar / 

Secretary 
Librarian 



H.M. the King. 

Rt. Hon. J. Chamberlain, M.P., 

LL.D. 
Gilbert Barling, M.Sc, F.R.C.S. 

F. C. Clayton, Esq., J. P. 
H. C. Pinsent, Esq., M.A. 

Sir Oliver J. Lodge, D.Sc, 

LL.D., F.R.S. 
R. S. Heath, M.A., M.Sc, D.Sc, 

Prof, of Mathematics. 

G. H. Morley. 
W. H. Cope. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ACCOUNTING 
MARTINEAU, c. e. 
M.COM., F.C.A. 

ANATOMY (v. also Zool.) 
Human A. and Anthrop. 

THOMPSON, PETER, M.D., M.D., 

CH.B. MANC. Prof. 

YEATES, T., M.B., CM. EDIN., B.HY., 

d.p.h. durh. (Spl. Lectr. in 
Osteol.) Demr. 

COGHILL, VIOLET A. P., M.B., CH.B. 

edin. Demr. 

BENNETT, W. E., M.B., CH.B., 

f.r.c.s. Hon. Demr. 

EVANS, J. J., M.D., CM. EDIN., 

f.r.c.s. Hon. Demr. 



BOTANY 

WEST, G. S., D.SC, M.A 

A.R.C.S. 
ELLIOTT, JESSIE 

LOND. 



BREWING [Prof. 

M.A. CAMB., BROWN, A. J., M.SC, F.R.S. , F.I.C 

Prof, pope, t. h., b.sc, f.i.c Lectr. 
CHEMISTRY 

FRANKLAND, P. F., M.SC, LL.D. ST. 
AND., PH.D. WURZ., B.SC. 

lond., f.r.s. Mason Prof. 

MCCOMBIE, H., M.A. ABERD., B.SC. 
LOND., PH.D. STRASS., A.R.C.S., 

f.i.c Asst. Lectr. 

TINKLER, C K., D.SC, B.SC. 

lond. and wales Asst.Lectr. 
coates, j. e., m.sc. wales (Special 
Lectr. on Physical Chemistry) 
Asst. Lectr. 

FRANKLAND, E. P., M.SC, B.A. 
CAMB., PH.D. WURZ. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

VANSTONE, E., B.SC WALES ,, 
CHALLENGER, FREDK., B.SC. LOND., 

ph.d. gott., a. i.e. Asst. Lectr. 
and Demr. 



CAMB., 

Prof. 

S., D.SC, B.SC. 

Lectr. and Demr. 



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BIRMINGHAM 



39 



COMMERCE 

ASHLEY, W. J., M.COM., M.A. OX., 

PH.D. BERL. Prof. 

HEATON.H., M.A. LEEDS Asst.LeCtT. 

Commercial Law 

TILLYARD, F., M.COM., M.A. OX., 
BAR.-AT-LAW LeCtX. 

DENTISTRY (v. also Metall. 
and Med., Clin.) 
D. Anat. and Physiol. [Lectr. 

HUMPHREYS, J., M.D.S., L. D.S.I. 

D. Histol. and Path. [Lectr. 

WELLINGS, A. W., B.D.S., L.D.S. 

D. Materia Med. 

MADIN, W. T., B.D.S., L.D.S. Lectr. 

D. Mechanics [Lectr. 

DONAGAN, A. E., M.A. CAMB., L.D.S. 

D. Surgery 

HUXLEY, F. E., M.D.S., M.R.C.S., 

l.d.s. Lectr. 

ECONOMICS {included in Comm. 
and Finance Courses) 

ED UCA TION [Organizing Prof. 

HUGHES, A., M.A., M.A. OX. 

DAVIS, MURIEL O. Asst. 

Day Training College 
jones, r. a., m.a. Headmaster. 

LILLE Y, MARY S., M.A. 

Headmistress. 
ENGINEERING 

Civil Engineering 

LEA, F. C, D.SC, A.M.I.C.E. Prof. 

vacant Lectr. 

PANTON, R. C, B.A., B.A.I. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

CHADWICK, P. M., B.SC. LOND., 

a. c.g.i. Asst.Lectr.andDemr. 

Town Planning 
unwin, r., f.r.i.b.a. Lectr. 

Electrical Engineering 

KAPP, G., M.SC, D.ENG., M.I.C.E., 

m.i.e.e. Prof. 

kipps, e. j., m.sc, m.i.e.e. Lectr. 

WALL, T. F., D.SC. MANC, 
M.ENG.LIT., A.M.I.C.E., 



A. M.I.E.E. 



Lectr. 



SHEARING, G., B.SC. LOND., 

a. m.i.e.e. Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 

Mechanical Engineering 

BURSTALL, F. W., M.SC, M.A. CAMB., 

m. i. c.e., m.i.e.e. Chance Prof. 

PORTER, R. C, M.SC. MANC, 

a.m.i.c.e. Lectr. 

fisher, w. e., d.sc. bir. Demr. 

Machine Design [Lectr. 

BROSCOMB, F. J., B.SC, A.M.I.M.E. 

stewart, j. g., m.sc. Asst. Lectr. 
FINANCE 

KIRKALDY, A. W., M.A., M.COM., 
B.LITT. OX. Prof. 

GEOGRAPHY and Geology 
wills, l. j., m.a. Senr. Lectr. 

GEOLOGY and Physiography 

BOULTON, W. S., B.SC, A.R.C.S., 

f.g.s. Prof. 

raw, f., b.sc. lond. (Special 

Lectr. in Petrology) Lectr. 

HISTORY [Prof. 

BEAZLEY, C R., M.A., D.LITT. OX. 

sidgwick, rose, m.a. Lectr. 

HYGIENE and Public Health 
(v. also Med. — Path, and Bad.) 

HILL, A. BOSTOCK, M.SC, M.D., 

d.p.h. Prof. 

AUDEN, G. A., M.D. 

Asst. Lectr. in Hygiene. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
English 

DE SELINCOURT, E., M.A., D.LITT. 

ox. Prof. 

MACMILLAN, M., M.A. OX., D.LITT. 

Lectr. 
hislop, c, m.a. edin. Asst. Lectr. 
French 

CHATELAIN, H. L., M.A., AG. DE 

GRAM., D.-ES-L. Prof. 

DEMEY, P., L.-ES-L. Lectr. 

ASHTON, H., B.A. CAMB., DOC. DE 

l'u. paris Asst. Lectr. 

LEPETIT, MLLE. J. Asst. 



4° 

German [Prof. 

WICHMANN, K., M.A., PH.D. KIEL 
SANDBACH, F. E., M.A. CAMB., PH.D. 

strass. (Spl. Lectr. in Com- 
mercial G.) Lectr. 
intze, o., ph.d. erl. Asst. Lectr. 
Greek and Latin 

SONNENSCHEIN, E. A., M.A., D.LITT. 

ox. Prof. 

CHAMBERS, C. D., M.A. 0"X. Lectr. 

Greek 
stock, st. g., m.a. ox. Lectr. 

Italian and Spanish [Lectr. 

DE ARTEAGA, F., M.A., M.A. OX. 

LAW, v. Comml. Law 
MATHEMATICS 

HEATH, R. S., M.A. CAMB., M.SC, 

d.sc. lond. Mason Prof. 

PREECE, C. T., M.A. CAMB. Lectr. 

brunt, d., b.a. Asst. Lectr. 

KENNY, A. J., M.A. DUB. 

MEDICINE and Surg. (v. also 
Hyg.) 
A ncesthetics 

MCCARDIE, W. J., B.A., M.B., B.C. 

Tutor at Genl. Hospl. 
Aural Surgery [Clin. Lectr. 

FOXCROFT, F. W., M.D., CM. 

Bacteriology, v. Path,. 
Dermatology [Clin. Lectr. 

HEATH, A. D., M.D., M.R.C.P. 

Diseases, Mental 

HUGHES, P. T., M.B., CH.M. EDIN., 

d.p.h. lond. Lectr. 

ROSCROW, C. B., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

(Supt. of City Asylum) Lectr. 
Diseases of Women, v. Midw. 
Fevers [Lectr. 

CARGIN, H. M., M.B., CH.B., D.P.H. 

Forensic Med. and Toxicol. 

MORRISON, J. T. J., M.A., M.SC, 
M.B. CAMB., F.R.C.S. Prof. 

WYNN,W.H., M.SC,M.B.,CH.B.,M.D., 
B.SC LOND., M.R.C.P. Asst. 

Materia Medica 

KNEALE, J. C, M.B., CH.B., L.R.C.P., 

l.r.c.s. edin., m.p.s. Lectr. 



BIRMINGHAM 



GREENWOOD, F. R., M.B., CH.B., 
M.D.,B.S.LOND.,M.R.CS.Demr. 

Medicine 

SAUNDBY, R., M.SC, M.D. EDIN., 
F.R.C.P., LL.D. Prof. 

KAUFFMANN, O. J., M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Prof. 

MACKEY, L. G. T., M.D., CH.B., 

m.r.c.p. Senr.Med.Tutor-Asst. 

Medicine, Clinical 

PROFS. KAUFFMANN AND SIR. R. 



Lectrs. 
, m.d., f.r.c.p. (Lectr. 
for Dent, students) 

Lectr. 
m.d., m.r.c.p. Lectr. 



SIMON 
WILSON, T. S 

on Med, 

SHORT, T. S., 

RUSSELL, J. W., M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Lectr. 

STANLEY, D., M.D., M.R.C.P. Lectr. 
EMANUEL, J. G.,M.D., M.R.C.P. Lectr. 
BARNES, A. S., M.D., M.R.C.P. 

Asst. Lectr. 

the assts. in Forensic Med. and 

Med. Asst. Lectrs. 

SAWYER, J. E. H., M.D., M.R.C.P. 

Tutor and Asst. Lectr. 

PARSONS, L. G., M.D., M.R.C.P. ,, 

Midwifery and Dis. of Women 

VACANT Prof. 

WILSON, T., CH.M., M.D. LOND., 

f.r.c.s. Lectr. and Clin. Lectr. 

PURSLOW, C E., M.D. LOND., 

m.r.c.p. Asst. and Clin. Lectr. 

WHITEHOUSE, H. B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

Asst. Clin. Lectr. and 
Gynaec. Tutor. 
Ophthalmology 

VACANT 
LLOYD-OWEN, D. C 



ALLPORT, 
EDIN. 



W. 



M.B. 



Prof. 

M.D., F.R.C.S. I. 

Clin. Lectr. 

B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Clin. Lectr. 



Pathology and Bacteriology 

LEITH, R. F. C, M.A., M.SC, M.B. 

EDIN., F.R.CP.E. Prof. 

DOUGLAS, SHOLTO, M.A., M.D. OX., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Path. Tutor and Lectr. 



BIRMINGHAM 



4 1 



M.B 



Lectrs. 

B.CH., 

Lectr. 
Lectr. 

A., CH.M., 

Lectr. 
Asst. Lectr. 
f.r.c.s. ,, 



LEWIS, C. J., M.D., D.SC. EDIN., 

f.r.c.p.e. (Spl. Lectr. in 
Hygiene, &c.) Asst. Lectr. 

BALL, L., M.B., B.S., M.R.C.P. 

Path. Tutor and Junr. Asst. 
Pharmacology 

POTTS, W. A., M.A. CAMB., M.D., 

cm. edin. Lectr. 

Surgery [Prof. 

HASLAM, W. F., M.B., CH.B., F.R.C.S. 

gamgee, l. p., f.r.c.s. Asst. 

Clinical Surgery 

THE PROFS. OF Surg. AND OF For. 

Med. 

HEATON, G., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. 
LUCAS, A., F.R.C.S. 
LEEDHAM-GREEN, C 

F.R.C.S. 
THE ASST. IN Surg. 
BARNES, F., M.B., M.S . 
WARD, B. J., F.R.C.S. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Surg. Tutors 

BARLING, G., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
WOODMAN, E. M., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
BILLINGTON, W., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
NUTHALL, A. W., CH.M., F.R.C.S. 

Therapeutics 

SIMON, SIR ROBERT M., KT., B.A., 
M.D., F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Vaccination 

LINE, W. H., M.D., D.P.H. Instr. 

ME TA LL URG Y [Ferny Prof. 

TURNER, T., M.SC, A.R.S.M., F.I.C. 

(Lectr. in Dent. M.) 

HUDSON, O. F., M.SC, A.R.C.S., 

(Instr. in Assaying and Spl. 
Lectr. in Mctallogr ap hy) Lectr. 

COE, H. I., A.R.C.S. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
MINING [Prof. 

CADMAN, J., M.SC, D.SC LOND. 



Coal Mining and Surveying 

CHUBB, A., B.SC GLAS. 

Demr. and Lectr. 
Metal M. and Econ. Mineralogy 

JEFFERY, J. L., A.R.S.M. 

Demr. and Lectr. 
Mine Rescue Work 
vacant Lectr. 



MUSIC 

BANTOCK, 



R. Peyton Prof. 

and 



PHILOSOPHY, Mental 
Moral, and Pol. Econ. 

J. H., M.A. OX. 



MUIRHEAD, 

GLAS. 
HARVEY, J. 



W., B.A. OX. 



LL.D. 

Prof. 
Lectr. 



PHYSICS 

POYNTING, J. H., M.SC, SC.D. 
CAMB., HON. D.SC. MANC, 

f.r.s. Mason Prof. 

SHAKESPEAR, G. A., M.A. CAMB., 

d.sc, b.sc. lond. (Spl. Lectr. 
in Exper. P.) Lectr. 

BARLOW, G., D.SC. BIRM., WALES, 

and lond. Asst. Lectr. 

keene, h. b., b.sc. Asst. Lectr. 

d'albe, E.E.FOURNIER, M.SC, B.SC. 

lond., a.r.c.s. Asst. Lectr. 
PHYSIOLOGY 

CARLIER, E. W. W., M.SC, M.D. 

edin., f.r.s. edin. Prof. 

MAITLAND, T. G., B.SC, M.D., 

d.phil. manc. Lectr. 

TECHNOLOGY, v. Brewing 
ZOOLOGY and Comp. Anat. 

GAMBLE, F. W., M.SC, D.SC, F.R.S. 

Mason Prof. 

BOULENGER, C L., M.A. CAMB., 

d.sc. Lectr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Auden, G. A., appointed vice Sisam. 

Barling, G., Prof, of Surg., resigned on apptmt. as Vice-Chancellor. 

Boulton, W. S., Cardiff, apptd. vice Lapworth. 



42 BIRMINGHAM 

Carter, A. H., Prof, of Med., resigned. 

Edwards, L. W., Asst. in Training Coll. for Men, resigned on 

apptmt. to a post in a Training Coll. at Cairo. 
Graham, L., Demr. in Anat., resigned. 
Haslam, W. F., Lectr. on Clin. Surg., apptd. vice Barling. 
Hollings, Miss M. A., Asst. to the Prof, of Educn., resigned on 

apptmt. as Warden of Coll. Hall, Univ. of Lond. 
Jones, R. A., apptd. vice Roscoe. 

Kauffmann, O. J., Lectr. on Clin. Med., apptd. vice Carter. 
Lap worth, C, Prof, of Geol., resigned. 
Lloyd, Jordan, Prof, of Surg., deceased. 
Malins, E., Prof, of Midw. and Dis. of Women, resigned. 
Roscoe, F., Hdmaster of the Training Coll. for Men, resigned on 

apptmt. as Secy, of the Teachers Registn. Council. 
Sisam, W., Asst. Lectr. in Hygiene, resigned. 
Smith, P., Prof, of Ophth., resigned. 
Whitworth, E. S., apptd. vice Edwards. 
Wishart, W. G., Asst. Lectr. in Mech. Engin., resigned. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Charter prescribes instruction in all branches of a liberal 
education and the prosecution of original research in all its branches 
(§ 10) ; especially the provision of such instruction as may be of 
service in the manufactures, commerce, and industrial pursuits of the 
Midlands. The Engineering, Mining, and Metallurgical laboratories 
are exceptionally well equipped. There is also a Brewing laboratory. 

Faculties, &c. Arts — Dean, Prof. A. Hughes ; Science — Dean, 
Prof. P. F. Frankland ; Medicine — Dean, Prof. P. Thompson ; Com- 
merce — Dean, Prof. W. J. Ashley. A Day Training Coll. in connexion 
with the Univ. prepares students (men and women) to become certifi- 
cated teachers in Public Elem. Schools. There are Agric, Brewing 
School, Clinical, Dental, Foreign Matricn., Milit. Educn., Social Study, 
and Univ. Extension Boards or Committees. 

Matriculation. The minimum age for admission to the Univ. 
is 1 6. Secondary Schools are examined by means of the Matricn. 
Papers and School Certifs. awarded on the results of the examns. 

University Terms, 191 3-14. In Arts, Science, and Commerce 
the Univ. Session or academic year is divided into 3 terms. The 
winter term 191 3-14 begins Oct. 7 and ends Dec. 20 ; spring term 
begins Jan. 13, ends March 28 ; summer begins April 28, ends June 27. 
In Medicine there are 2 sessions — Oct. 7 to March 28, and April 28 to 
June 27. 

Degrees, Diplomas, &c. In Arts — B.A., M.A., D.Litt., D.Phil., 
B.Mus., D.Mus. In Science— B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc. 

In Medicine— M.B., M.D., Ch.B., Ch.M., B.Sc. (Public Health). 
M.Sc. (Public Health), B.D.S., M.D.S. 



BIRMINGHAM 43 

In Commerce — B.Com., M.Com. 

Honorary Degree — LL.D. 

Diplomas — Art Instructor's, Brewing, Dent. Surg. (L.D.S.), Mining 
(Coal, Metal, and Petroleum), Secondary Teachers', Social Study. 

Certificates in Brewing. 

No degree can be obtained without attendance upon prescribed 
courses in the Univ. extending over at least 3 academic years after 
matricn., except in the case of a candidate from another Univ. {see 
below, Recognition of other Univs.). 

A Lectr., Asst. Lectr., or Demr. of 2 yrs. standing may be granted 
an official degree in his faculty on the recommendation of his Prof, 
and on submission of a contribution to Science, Lit., or Med., or a 
thesis. Ad eundem degrees are granted only to persons specially 
connected with the Univ. and residents in the City and Midland 
district. 

Arts. — A B.A. may be admitted to the M.A. examn. after 1 yr. 
of further study. Specialized 3 yrs. courses leading to the M.A. 
may be taken in the following subjects after passing the Interm. 
examn. — Mod. Langs., Classics, Engl. Lit., Hist. In the Interm. 
examn. Latin, Engl. Lang, and Lit., Pure Maths, or Logic, and one 
modern Foreign Lang, are compulsory subjects. 

In Pure Science, even the Bachelor's degree is considerably 
specialized, the 2 final years being devoted to one principal and 2 
subsidiary subjects, and Honours are awarded for special distinction 
in the principal subject. But the true Honours degree is the M.Sc, 
which may be taken after 1 year of further study and research in some 
special subject. 

In Applied Science the courses include a 4 yrs. course for the 
B.Sc. degree in Engin. (Mech., Civ., or Elec), of which the 1st yr. is 
devoted to Maths, and Science, and 3 yrs. courses in Metall. and Mining 
(Coal, Metal, or Petroleum) . Mining candidates may take the Matricn. 
examn. at the end of the 1 st yr. instead of before it. In Engin. extensive 
equipment is provided for practical instruction. The Univ. Power 
Station, which supplies the whole Univ. with lighting, heat, and 
power, constitutes the Heat Engin. laboratory. The Elec. Engin. 
course is the same as the Mech. in 1st 2 yrs., and only differs in the 
3rd and 4th in the increased time spent in the E.E. lab. and on the 
design of examples of elec. apparatus. In Mining courses, whether 
for the Degree or for the Diploma, practical work in a mine and courses 
in ambulance, and, in the case of coal mining, in mine rescue work, 
are obligatory. The regns. have been recognized by the Home Dept. 
under the Coal Mines Regn. Act, 191 1. 

The Brewing Diploma course extends over 3 yrs., of which the 3rd 
is devoted to lectures on Tech. and practical work in the Brewing lab. 
A special Diploma in the Tech. of Brewing may be obtained by grads. 
who have taken the B.Sc. with Biol, and Chem. of Fermentation as 
principal subject after a further course of study of 1 yr. Certif. 



44 BIRMINGHAM 

courses for brewers and maltsters, and shorter courses in brewing and 
the fermentation industries generally, are also provided. 

Medicine. As a rule the first 4 of the requisite 5 yrs. of Med. 
study must be spent in the Univ. Attendance at another Univ. may 
be accepted by the Senate as equivalent to 1 of the 4 yrs. By devoting 
6 yrs. instead of 5 to study in the Univ. students may obtain the B.Sc. 
in addition to the Med. degree. The 2nd and 3rd yrs. of such a com- 
bined course are devoted to Anat. and Physiol. The Public Health 
course (Diploma or Degree) extends over 9 mos. The examn. for the 
Degree is of a higher standard than that for the Diploma and includes 
Geol., in which a 3 mos. course must have been taken. The General 
and Queen's Hospitals have more than 500 beds. Other hospls. avail- 
able for students are the Fever, Eye, Ear and Throat, Orthopaedic and 
Spinal, Children's, Lying-in, and Women's, and the Lunatic Asylum. 
The Dental courses, organized by the Univ. in association with the 
Dental Hospl., qualify not only for the Univ. Degree and Diploma, 
but for the Diploma in Dent. Science of all Licensing bodies. Candi- 
dates for the L.D.S. must have had 4 yrs. professional study and 
have passed the four prescribed Univ. examns. 

Commerce. Every candidate for the B.Com. degree must attend 
3 full courses in one modern Foreign Lang., but in each year an option 
is given between a second lang. and a science applicable to manufacture, 
so that a student expecting to be engaged in the commercial manage- 
ment of a manufg. business or mine or agricultural undertaking can 
devote, if he chooses, one- third of his time to work in applied science. 
The courses are not adapted to meet the requirements of a student 
wishing to become a technical expert rather than a commercial manager. 
Suitably qualified persons from other Univs. (or institns. of Univ. 
rank) may take the B.Com. in 2 yrs., of which 1 may in exceptional 
circumstances be spent elsewhere than at Birmingham. 

The Social Study Diploma involves Univ. courses, visits of observa- 
tion, and practical work. The programme can be accomplished by 
students who have already had practical experience in 1 academic yr. 
It is designed especially for persons wishing to prepare themselves for 
public administrative work, charity organization, factory welfare 
work, Church work, and for officials of trade unions and similar 
societies. The visits of observation are to workhouses, schools, hospls., 
factories, &c. The Practical work includes office work, visiting in 
connexion with such agencies as the City Aid Society, Care Com- 
mittees, Country Holiday Fund. A Higher Diploma is granted after 
a 2nd yr. of study to candidates satisfying all the requirements with a 
high degree of credit. 

The Art Instructor's Diploma is awarded to candidates trained 
byjthe Univ. in conjunction with the Municipal School of Art. It 
involves 4 yrs. study in the School and attendance at Univ. courses 
extending over 2 yrs. 



BIRMINGHAM 45 

Candidates for the Secondary Teachers' Diploma must be grads. 
of a Univ. of the U.K. or have equivalent qualifications. The course 
extends over 1 yr. and includes regular attendance in an approved 
Secondary school. 

Research. Short courses of advanced lectures are given in 
scientific subjects and in the Faculty of Arts in connexion with the 
special schools. Members of the staff take an active part in the pro- 
ceedings of the students' Chem., Phys., Engin., and similar societies, 
helping them to organize really instructive discussions. 

Scholarships for Advanced Students. The Walter Myers 
Travelling Scholarship of ^150 for 1 yr. (renewable) for research in 
Path, or Clin. Med. is open to grads. in both Med. and Science of this 
Univ. ; 10 scientific research scholarships (6 of £96 and 4 of ^50 each) 
tenable for 1 yr. are offered annually. Most of them are open only 
to students of the Univ. ; the nomination to one of the 185 1 Exhibi- 
tion Science Research Scholarships (/150 for 2 yrs.) is annually placed 
at the disposal of this Univ. Holders of these scholarships generally 
reside in a Continental Univ. during their period of tenure. 

Recognition of Studies in other Univs. There is some re- 
ciprocity with Oxford. Grads. of Ox. with the Ox. Diploma in Scientific 
Engin. and Mining are eligible for the B.Sc. in Engin., Mining, or Metall* 
after* 2 yrs. study ; provided that Mech. and Elec. Engineers have 
taken Engin. Principles and Machine Drawing and Electricity, and 
Mining students Surveying, Geol., and Mining and Engin. Hygiene and 
Mine Ventilation. Birm. students of 2 yrs. standing are admitted to 
Ox. on favourable terms. 

Grads. or (except as regards Applied Science) persons who have 
passed Degree Examns. of other Univs. with qualifications for advanced 
study or research are admitted as candidates for the M.Sc. or M.A. 
after 1 year of regular study or research. 

Grads. or persons who have passed Degree Examns. of other Univs. 
in Pure Sc. may, if qualified to enter at once on the 3rd yr. tech. courses, 
take the B.Sc. after 2 years' study in this Univ. 

Grads. in Medicine of other Univs. who have taken 3 yrs. in the 
Birm. Med. School are admitted to the M.D. or Ch.M. examn. after 
1 yr. in post-grad, study in a lab. of the Univ. or an approved hospl. 
Other grads. in Med. of other Univs. are admitted if they hold a degree 
of an approved Univ. of the U.K. or colonies recognized by the Genl. 
Med. Council, after 2 yrs. of post-grad, study or of special study in an 
approved appointment in a hospital. 

Residential Facilities. A Univ. Hostel for Women with 
accommodation for over 70. (Warden — Miss S. M. Fry, M.A.) A list 
of approved lodgings is maintained. 

Women are eligible to be members of the Court of Govrs., and all 
courses, scholarships, Degrees, and Diplomas are open to them. 



46 BIRMINGHAM 

Appointments. There is no Appointments Board. The Profs, of 
Educn. and of Tech. subjects assist their grads. to find employment. 

Library. About 72,000 vols. Medical students are allowed to 
read in the Library of the Birm. Med. Inst. 

Museums. Zoological and Geological. 

Laboratories. The Chem. Lab. has nearly 100 benches for junr. 
students and special Organic, Phys., Electro-Chem., Analytical, and 
Pub. Health depts., and dark rooms and research labs. A special 
feature is the elec. installation permitting of currents of very varied 
density and voltage being obtained throughout the building. Refer- 
ence has already been made to the Brewing Lab. and the Power Station. 
The Civil Engin. labs, include testing machines of high capacity (one 
of 700,000 lb.). A table at the Port Erin Biol. Lab. is reserved for 
Birm. students. 

A small Observatory is attached to the Dept. of Physics. 

University Extension. The Committee provide for courses of 
Lectures on Lit., Hist., Econ., Law, Langs., Educn., Physics, Chem., 
Zool., Bot., Metall., Mining, Geol., Art, Music, and Archit. within a 
reasonable distance from Birmingham. A Joint Committee of nominees 
of working-class organizations and of the Senate have organized Tutorial 
and Preparatory Classes and Pioneer courses in the City and neigh- 
bouring towns, and evening lectures in the City in connexion with the 
Workers' Educnl. Assocn. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. in Oct. by Cornish Bros., 
Birm., price 2s. ; sections of the Calendar, comprising Regns. and 
Syllabuses for Degrees, are pubd. in June ; the Mermaid, six issues 
annually, by Cornish Bros., 6d. each. 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received. A donation of ^iooo. 

A New Department of Agric. Zool. has been established under the 
supervision of Prof. Gamble. The Bd. of Agric. has made a grant for 
the study of Helminthology. 

Number of Students (1911-12). Full-time students preparing for 
Degrees or Diplomas, 781 ; other full-time students, post-grad. 8, 
others 87 ; part-time Degree and Diploma students, 27 ; other part- 
time students, 129. 

Degrees Conferred (1911-12). M.A., 13 ; B.A., 41 ; B.Mus., 1 ; 
D.Sc, 2 ; M.Sc, 17 ; B.Sc, 54 ; M.B., Ch.B., 10 ; M.Com., 2 j B.Com., 3. 



BIRMINGHAM 47 

Of the B.A. degrees 24, and of the B.Sc. 12, were conferred on 
students in training for Teacherships in Elem. Schools. 

Affiliation. Arrangements are being made to enable Theol. 
students of Lichfield and Handsworth Theological Colleges to take the 
2nd and 3rd yrs. for the B.A. in their own Colls. The Midland Institute 
will also be recognized as an affiliated institn. under Ordinance 79. 

Additions to Buildings. A new wing is being added to the 
Women's Hostel. 



UNIVERSITY OF BISHOP'S COLLEGE, 
LENNOXVILLE 



[Founded 1843. Constituted a University by Royal Charter 1853. 
Constitution denned by Acts of the Quebec Legislature in 1843, 1870, 
and 1900. Affiliated to Oxford and Cambridge.] 

President of the Corporation Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of 

and Visitor of the College Quebec, D.D., D.C.L. 
Vice-President and Visitor Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of 

Montreal, D.D., D.C.L. 
Chancellor John Hamilton, M.A., D.C.L. 

Vice-Chancellor and Principal R. A. Parrock, M.A. Camb., 

of the College, and Dean LL.D., D.C.L. 

of Faculty of Arts 
Vice-Principal and Dean of F. J. B. Allnatt, D.D., D.C.L., 

Faculty of Divinity Canon of Quebec. 

Registrar J. C. Stewart, Bursar and 

Secretary of the College. 

PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS 

the principal, Hamilton Prof, of Classics and Lectr. in Liturgies and 

Patri sties. 
the vice-principal, Harrold Prof, of Divinity. 
vial, f. g., b.d. (Warden of Div. House), Prof, of Pastoral Theol. and 

Lectr. in Classics. 
burt, h. c, m.a. tor., Prof, of Philos. and Econ. and Lectr. in Church 

Hist. 
boothroyd, e. e., m.a. camb., Prof, of History and English Lit. 
Richardson, a. v., m.a. camb., Lectr. in Maths, and Nat. Science. 
call, f. 0., m.a., Prof, of Modern Languages. 
shires, r. j., b.a., Lectr. in Preparatory Arts subjects. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Call, F. O., M.A., promoted from Lectr. to Prof. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Anglican Bishops and Synods of Quebec and Montreal appoint 
the members of the Corporation who control the Administration of 
the College. The village of Lennoxville is in the Eastern Townships 

48 



BISHOP'S COLLEGE, LENNOXVILLE 49 

of the Province of Quebec, 100 miles from Montreal and 125 from 
Quebec. 

Terms, 191 3-14. Michaelmas term begins Sept. 20, 191 3, ends 
Dec. 20 ; Lent begins Jan. 10, 1914, ends March 31 ; Trinity begins 
April 1, ends June 18. 

Faculties. Arts and Divinity. The Faculty of Medicine is at 
present fused with that of McGill, an agreement having been made 
with that Univ. not to teach Medicine or confer Med. Degrees within 
the Province of Quebec for 15 yrs. from 1905. The Faculty of Law 
is at present in abeyance. Examns. are conducted for Degrees in 
Music. 

Degrees, &c. B.A., M.A., B.D., D.D., LL.B., LL.D., D.C.L. 
(Hon.), Mus.B., Mus.D., Lie. in Sacred. Theol. 

The courses for the Bachelorship extend over 3 yrs. Regular 
attendance at chapel and lectures is required of all students. Those 
who are not members of the Church of England may obtain exemption 
from attendance at chapel on guarantee by parents of regular attend- 
ance on Sundays elsewhere. Residence in the Coll. or with parents or 
guardians in the neighbourhood is necessary. Divinity is a compulsory 
subject in each year. The course for the L.S.T. extends over 2 yrs. 
and is open to grads. in Arts and to approved candidates for Holy 
Orders. The time employed by any student in teaching with approval 
of the Coll. Council may be counted for residence for not more than 
3 terms, subject to passing examns. and payment of fees. Teachers 
holding Montreal Normal School, Academy, or McGill Model School 
Diploma may similarly count not more than 6 terms. Terms kept in 
other Univs. may be counted up to 6. Clergymen of the Dioceses of 
Quebec and Montreal may proceed to the B.A. on a reduced period of 
residence. 

Residential Facilities. Men are required to reside in the Arts 
building or Divinity House (which provide accommodation for 65) 
unless their homes are in the neighbourhood of the Coll. 

Women are admitted to lectures and degrees and attend the same 
classes as men. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. $32,500 subscribed to the Diamond 
Jubilee Endowment Fund for the more modern subjects of education ; 
$5000 bequest and $12,500 Govt, grant to same fund ; annual Govt, 
grant was increased to $2500. 

Special Events. The Diamond Jubilee was celebrated on 
June 18 and 19, 191 3. There were visits and addresses during the 
year from the Rt. Hon. Viscount Milner and Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

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50 BISHOP'S COLLEGE, LENNOXVILLE 

Number of Students. In B.A. courses, 42 (including 8 women) ; 
L.S.T., 15 ; post-grad. Div. and Philos., 1 ; graduates continuing 
study in Europe, 4 — in Canada, 3 — in the U.S.A., 2. 

Honorary Degrees. D.D. — The Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia 
(C. L. Worrell). D.C.L.— Hon. Sir Lomer Gouin, K.C.M.G., Premier 
of Quebec ; Hon. Sir C. P. Davidson, Chief Justice of the Superior 
Court ; Hon. W. W. Lynch, Judge of the Superior Court ; W. Peterson, 
C.M.G., Principal, McGill Univ. ; A. C. Boyce, M.P., K.C., Chancellor, 
Diocese of Algoma ; W. Morris, K.C., Chairman of Trustees ; Lansing 
Lewis, Montreal ; Rural Dean Stevens. 

One ad eundem Mus.Doc. degree was conferred. 

Other Degrees, &c, conferred in 1912. B.A., 11 ; M.A., 6; 
L.S.T., 8. 

Changes in Regulations. The course in Arts has been reduced 
to 3 yrs., and in Divinity (L.S.T.) to 2 ; length of Session increased 
so as to last from third Sat. in Sept. to third Thurs. in June. 

Publications. Calendar, pubd. in April ; Historical Sketch of 
the Univ., by the Principal. 

Additions to Library. A gift of over 300 vols., chiefly Theol. ; 
200 vols, purchased. 



UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY 

[Established and incorporated by Act XXII of 1857 of the Leg- 
Council of India. Constitution modified by Act VIII of 1904.] 

Chancellor H.E. the Governor. 

Vice-Chancellor and Chairman Hon. Mr. Justice J. J. Heaton, 

of the Syndicate* I.C.S. 

Registrar Khan Bahadur Fardunji M. 

Dastur, M.A. 
Deans of Faculties : 

Arts Sir Ramkrishna G. Bhandarkar, 

K.C.I.E., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. 
Law Hon. Sir Pherozeshah M. Mehta, 

K.C.I.E., M.A. 
Medicine Sir Temulji B. Nariman, Kt., L.M. 

Engineering Hon. Mr. F. L. Sprott. 

general information 

The Univ. has at present no teaching staff. Candidates for degrees 
pursue courses of instruction in affiliated Colls, (y. list below and 
Appendix V). Proposals are before the Governing Body of the Univ. 
for the inauguration of courses of post-grad, lectures and for the 
employment of Univ. Lecturers, Readers, and Professors. The 
Syndicate provides for the inspection of every affiliated Coll. at least 
once in 3 yrs. 

Faculties. Arts, Law, Medicine, Engineering. 

Univ. Terms, 1914. First term in Arts and Law, Jan. 3 and 5 
to April 15 and 20 ; in Med., Nov. 15 to April 30 ; in Engin. — for 
Engin. students, Nov. 17 to April 20 ; for Agric. students, June 1 to 
Aug. 31. The second term in Arts, Law, and Med., June 10, 8, and 15 
to Sept. 30, 21, and 30 ; for Engin. students, June 8 to Sept. 21 ; for 
Agric. students, Sept. 15 to Jan. 22, 1915. 

Degrees. Arts— B. A., M.A. ; B.Sc, M.Sc. ; B.Com. Law— 
LL.B., LL.M. Medicine— L.M. and S., M.B., B.S. ; B.Hy., M.D. 
(in Med. and Midwifery), D.Hy. ; M.S. Engineering — B.Ag. ; B.E. 
(Civ., Mech., or Elec.) ; M.C.E. 

Arts. The courses were revised in 1910 so as to approximate 
them to the courses in Europe. The min. age for Matricn. is 16. 

* The executive governing body of the Univ., v. Appendix V. 

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52 BOMBAY 

From Matricn. a i yr.'s course leads to the optional previous examn. 
Specialization in Arts, Science, or Commerce begins with the 2nd yr. 
The Interm. examn. in Arts (to be first held under the new regns. 
in Nov. 1 91 4) is taken at the end of the 2nd yr., the subjects being 
Engl. ; second Lang. ; Indian Hist, and Administration ; Maths, or 
Logic. A further 2 yrs. course leads to the B.A. examn. in Engl. 
Lang, and Lit., with composition, and 1 of the following : Langs., 
Maths., Hist, and Econ., Ment. and Mor. Philos., Physics and Chem., 
Bot. and Zool. Additional papers are set for Honours. Two years 
after passing the B.A. the M.A. may be taken in Langs., Hist., Philos. 
or Maths. 

Candidates for the B.Sc. take the Interm. examn. in Science (in 

1 of 4 groups) 2 yrs. after Matricn., and the B.Sc. examn. 2 yrs. 
later. A B.A. may appear for the B.Sc. without passing the Interm. 
if he took one of the B.A. Science groups, and has, since passing the 
B.A., kept 4 terms (2 yrs.) in a Coll. recognized in Science. If the 
same optional group in which he passed the B.A. examn. is taken 
again for the B.Sc. 1 yr.'s study after passing the B.A. will suffice. 
The B.Sc. optional groups are Chem. and either Phys. or Bot. or Geol. ; 
Maths, and Phys. ; Bot. and either Zool. or Geol. ; Geol. and Zool. 
One subject in whatever group is selected is taken as a principal and 
the other as a subsidiary subject. Honours may be obtained by 
getting high marks in the principal subject. The M.Sc. may be taken 

2 yrs. after the B.Sc. in 1 of the following branches : Maths., Phys., 
Chem., Bot., Zool., Geol. 

Candidates for the B.Com. take the Interm. in Commerce 2 yrs. 
after Matricn., the subjects being — Engl. ; Pol. Econ. ; Mercantile 
Law and Practice ; Accountancy. A further 2 yrs. course leads to 
the B.Com. examn. in Engl. ; Econ. Hist, and Geog. ; Banking Law 
and Practice ; Organization of Industry and Commerce ; and 1 of 

3 optional groups. A Govt. Coll. will be opened shortly wherein 
instruction in Comml. subjects will be given. 

Law. The course for the LL.B. extends over 2 yrs. subsequent to 
graduation in Arts or Science. Two years after passing the 2nd LL.B. 
or an equivalent examn. of another Univ., the LL.M. examn. may be 
taken. 

Medicine. The course for the M.B., B.S. covers 5 yrs. of pro- 
fessional study at a recognized Med. Coll., beginning a year after Matricn. 
The 1st or Prelim. Scientific examn. is taken at the end of the 1st yr. 
of professional study, the 2nd or Interm. 2 yrs. later, and the 3rd or 
Final at the end of the 5th yr. Candidates for the M.D. (in Med. and 
Midwifery) must have been engaged, after passing the M.B.B.S. or 
equivalent examn., in medical practice for 5 yrs. continuously and 
in special study for 1 yr. at a hospl., or in Med. practice for 3 yrs., 
of which 2 have (or, if he took Honours at the M.B.B.S., 1 yr. has) 
been passed in study at a recognized hospl. The requirements for the 
M.S. are parallel to those for the M.D. in Med. and Midwifery. 

The B.Hy. may be taken 1 yr. later or a year after taking the M.B.,B.S. 



BOMBAY 53 

of another recognized Univ. The candidate must have attended 
courses of practical Lab. instruction for 6 mos. and studied practically 
the duties of Pub. Health administration for 6 mos. and attended 
during 3 mos. a contagious diseases hospl. The D.Hy. may be taken 
2 yrs. after the B.Hy. Practical work under, or as, Health Officer 
for 1 yr. is required. 

Engineering. The course for the B.Ag. or for the B.E. (Civ., 
Mech., or Elec.) covers 3 yrs., beginning 1 yr. after Matricn. The 
Engin. course divides into its 3 branches after the 1st yr. A candidate 
for the examn. for the M.C.E. must have obtained the degree at least 
of B.A. or B.Sc. and practised as a Civ. Engineer for 3 yrs. after 
obtaining the degree of licentiate of Civ. Eng. or its equivalent. 

Scholarships for Graduates. Bhugwandass Purshotumdass, 
Rs.514 p. a., for one year, awarded to the highest in Sanskrit at the 
M.A. examn. ; Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai, Rs.iooo p. a., for 3 years 
(every 3rd yr.), to the highest at the LL.B. examn. ; Mangaldass 
Nathubhai Travelling Fellowship, Rs.700 p. a., 3 yrs., for Hindu grads. 
of not more than 5 yrs. standing ; Govt, of India Scholarship, ^200 
p. a., 3 yrs. at Ox. or Camb., to be awarded in 1916 and 1918 to a 
native of India grad. of Bombay ; Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai, Rs.1820 
p. a., 3 yrs., for Hindus, tenable in England for technical educn. — 
2 every year and an additional one every 3rd yr. ; there are also 
several of smaller value. Lectureships : Wilson Philological, Rs.750 
(6 cold - weather lectures) ; Pandit Bhagranlal Indraji Lectureship 
(occasional), Rs.iooo (6 lectures on Ind. Epig., Antiq., or Archaeol.). 

Residential Facilities. The Regns. require that every Coll. 
shall provide quarters for such a percentage of its students as the 
Syndicate may from time to time approve. Students who do not live 
in Coll. quarters or with parents or guardians must live in lodgings 
known to and approved by the Coll. authorities. 

Univ. Library (established in 1864 by means of the Premchund 
Roychund benefactions, amounting to Rs. 4, 00,000) contains about 
8000 vols., including the Fawcett Collection of works on Pol, Econ. 
especially in connexion with India. (Librarian — R. V. Sabnis.) 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Nov., Vol. I, price Rs.3, 
contains Acts and Regns., names of Univ. officials and grads., examn. 
results, particulars of endowments and benefactions, annual con- 
vocation, minutes of Senate meetings, affild. institns., textbooks pre- 
scribed and recommended ; Vol. II, Rs.2, contains examn. papers. 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received and Fresh Sources of Revenue. A 
recurring grant of Rs. 45,000 and non-recurring grants amounting to 
Rs. 5, 00, 000 from the Govt, of India ; a " Selby " Scholarship for 
proficiency in Logic at the Interm. Arts examn. 



54 BOMBAY 

New Departments and Posts. A degree in Commerce has been 
instituted, and a Coll. (to be maintained partly from private endow- 
ments and partly from public funds) wherein instruction in Comml. 
subjects will be given is to be opened by Govt. 

Proposals have been formulated for applying the grant of Rs.45,000 
p. a. above mentioned as follows : Appointment for 1 yr. of an expert 
adviser (Sir Alfred Hopkinson, K.C., lately Vice-Chancellor of Mane), 
his work to furnish guidance in the future inspection of Colls. ; annual 
series of lectures by lectrs. from British Univs. on subjects connected 
with post-grad, courses, to set the standard of research and scholar- 
ship ; appointment of a Univ. Prof, for Econ. or such- like subject 
with special reference to Indian conditions ; institution of Inter-Coll. 
Lectures on M.A. courses, including Langs., Hist., Philos., and Maths. ; 
enlargement of Univ. Library and its management by a trained 
librarian, to be sent to Europe or America for special training. 

Number of Students. Full-time students preparing for the 
Bachelor's degree in the affiliated Colls., 5225 ; Bachelors preparing 
for the M.A., 113. Univ. research scholars, 1 at Ind. Inst, of Science, 
Bangalore (v. Appendix V) ; 1 at Clarke Lab., School of Art, Bombay ; 
7 Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai scholars are engaged in England in the 
study of such subjects as Engin., Bacteriology, Dairying, Mining, 
Agric. ; 2 Govt, of India scholars from Bom. are studying at Camb. 
The number of candidates who appeared at the Matricn. examn. in 
191 1 (held at 5 centres) was 4019, of whom 2025 passed. 

Degrees Conferred, 191 2. M.A., 58 (including 1 woman) ; 
B.A., 431 (7 women) ; B.Sc, 25 ; LL.M., 2 ; LL.B., 101 ; M.D., 1 ; 
M.B., B.S., 3 ; L.M. and S., 24 (2 women) ; B.E., 8 ; L.C.E., 19 ; 
B.Ag., 22. 

New Buildings. It is proposed to apply part of the non-recurring 
grants above mentioned to the addition of new buildings for post-grad, 
lectures, committee meetings, and Univ. office. 

Hostel accommodation of the affiliated Colls, is being largely 
increased. Wilson (Bom.), Samaldas (Bhavnagar), and the Agric. 
Coll., Poona, have all opened new hostels. 

AFFILIATED COLLEGES 

There are Colls, recognized in Degree courses at Ahmedabad, 
Baroda, Bhavnagar, Bombay, Junagadh, Karachi, Poona. 

Ahmedabad, Gujarat College. Recognized in the B.A. courses. 
Number of students in the B.A. classes, 87. Principal, and Prof, of 
Engl. Lit.—W. G. Robertson, M.A., B.D. Aberd. 

Baroda, State College. Recognized in Arts. Number of students 
n M.A. class, 4 ; B.Sc. class, 3 ; B.A. classes, 94 (including 2 women). 



BOMBAY 55 

Principal, and Prof, of Eng. Lit.— A. B. Clarke, B.A. Camb. Other 
Professors : Biol. — Mancherji Kavasji Kanga, M.A., B.Sc., L.M. and S, 
Chem. — Nadir Adarji Masani, M.A., B.Sc. Hist, and Pol. Econ. — 
Pandurang Bhikaji Naik, M.A. Logic and Mor. Philos. — A. K. 
Trivedi, M.A., LL.B. Maths. — Gajanan Ganesh Pendse, B.A. 
Pers.— Syed Nawab Ali, M.A. Calc. Phys.—S. G. Burrow, B.Sc. 
Lond. Sansk. — Bhasker Ramchandra Arte, M.A. 4 other Lectrs. 
and Asst. Profs. 

Bhavnagar, Samaldas State College. Recognized in the B.A. 
courses. Number of students in B.A. classes, 31. There are also 
4 M.A. students. Principal, and Prof, of Maths, and Nat. Philos. — 
Kavasji Jamshadji Sanjana, M.A. 

Bombay, Elphinstone College. Recognized in Arts. Number of 
students in M.A. class, 13 ; B.A. classes, 108 (including 7 women) ; 
B.Sc. class, 4. Principal, and Prof, of Engl. Lit. — A. L. Covernton, 
M.A. Ox. Other Professors : Engl, and Hist. — C. Anderson, M.A. Ox. 
Engl. — C. J. Sisson, M.A. Edin. Hist, and Pol. Econ. — O. V. Muller, 
M.A. Camb. Logic and Mor. Philos. — R. Marrs, M.A. Ox. Maths. — 
D. D. Kapadia, M.A., B.Sc. Pers. and Arabic — Shaikh Mahomed 
Isfahani. Sansk. — Shridhar Ramkrishna Bhandarkar, M.A. 9 other 
Lectrs. and Asst. Teachers, 2 Demrs. 

Bombay, Wilson College (United Free Church of Scotland). Recog- 
nized in Arts. Number of students — M.A. class, 32 (including 1 
woman) ; M.Sc. class, 1 ; B.Sc. class, 13 (including 1 woman) ; B.A, 
classes, 253 (including 5 women). Principal, and Prof, of Phys. — 
D. Mackichan, M.A., D.D., LL.D. Glas. Other Professors : Biol.— 
VinayakNanabhaiHate, B.Sc. Chem. — A. R. Normand, M.A.,B.Sc.Edin. 
Engl. Lit.—R. Scott, M.A., D.D. Aberd. ; J. McKenzie, M.A. Aberd. 
French — L. Peltier, B.A., B.Sc. Paris. Hist, and Latin — R. Strachan, 
M.A., B.D. Aberd. Logic and Pol. Econ. — R. MacOmish, M.A., B.D. 
Glas. Maths.—]. McLean, M.A., B.Sc. Aberd. Mor. Philos.—]. R. 
Cuthbert, M.A. Edin. Pers.— M. Ahmed, M.A. Calc. Sansk. — Hari 
Mahader Bhadkamkar, B.A. 4 Asst. Profs., 2 Demrs. 

Bombay, St. Xavier's College (S.J.). Recognized in Arts. Number 
of students — M.A. class, 31 ; M.Sc. class, 1 ; B.A. classes, 161 ; B.Sc, 
class, 7. Principal, and Prof, of Chem. — H. Sierp. Other Professors : 
Biol. — J. Assmuth. Engl. Lit. — J. Devine ; A. Rembold ; J. Steinmetz. 
French — V. Hommel. Hist, and Pol. Econ. — C. Flink. Hist. — A. 
Vaeth. Latin — A. Ailinger ; E. Usteri. Logic and Hist. — A. X. 
Soares, M.A., LL.B. Maths. — J. Degen. Pers. and Arabic — Maulvi 
Muhammad Abbas, M.A., M.F. Panj. Phys. — A. Steichen. Sansk. 
and Ind. Hist. — A. Hegglin. 6 Asst. Profs. 

Bombay, Government Law School. Recognized in Law. Number 
of students in LL.B. classes, 467. Principal, and Perry Prof, of Jurisp. 
— Mirza Ali Akbar Khan, B.A., Bar.-at-Law. Other Professors — 



56 BOMBAY 

R. K. Tarachand, B.A., Bar.-at-Law ; Ramdutt W. Desai, B.A., 
LL.B. ; Ganpatrao G. Nadkarni, B.A., LL.B., Advocate ; K. Mel, 
Kemp, Bar.-at-Law ; Kaikobad B. Dastur, B.A., LL.B., Bar.-at-Law. 

Bombay, Grant Government Medical College. Recognized in Med. 
and in B.Sc. courses. Number of students in L.M. and S. classes, 79 ; 
M.B., B.S. classes, 401. Principal, and Prof, of Surgery — Lt.-Col. 
A. Street, M.B. Camb., F.R.C.S., I.M.S. Other Professors : Anat.— 
Major T. S. Novis, F.R.C.S., I.M.S. ; Yashavant Govind Nadgir, 
L.M. and S., M.S. Bad.— N. F. Surveyor, M.A., B.Sc, M.D. Bom., 
M.R.C.P. Lond., D.P.H. Camb. Biol, and Med. Jurisp.—S. A. Powell, 
B.A., M.B., M.Ch. Chem.— Major W. H. Dickinson, M.B., B.Ch. 
Edin., I.M.S. Mat. Med. and Pharmacy — Capt. A. J. V. Betts, M.B< 
Lond., I.M.S. Med., Therap., and Clin. Med. — Lt.-Col. L. F. 
Childe, M.B., I.M.S. Midw. and Dis. of Women and Children — Major 
S. C. Evans, M.B., CM., I.M.S. Ophth.—Ma,)or P. P. Kilkelly, M.B., 
B.Ch., I.M.S. Pathology— Major E. F. G. Tucker, I.M.S. Physics— 
J. A. D'Souza, B.A., L.M. and S. Physiol., Histol., and Hygiene — 
Major L. T. R. Hutchinson, M.A., M.D., B.C. Camb., D.P.H., I.M.S. 

Bombay, Cama and Allbless Hospitals. Recognized in Midwifery 
courses for the M.D. examn. First Physician — Miss A. M. Benson, 
M.D. Lond. 

Bombay, Prof. Gajjar's Techno- Chemical Laboratory. Recognized 
in Chem. course for the M.A. examn. Director (and Proprietor) — 
T. K. Gajjar, M.A., B.Sc. Professor— M. J. Gajjar, M.A. 3 Assts. 

Bombay, Municipal Laboratory. Recognized in courses of Pract. 
Instr. in Chem. for the B.Hy. examn. 

Junagadh, Bahauddin College. Recognized in Arts. Number of 
students rn M.A. class, 11 ; in B.A. classes, 40. Principal, and Prof, 
of Engl. Lang, and Lit. — J. Scott, M.A. Glas., Bar.-at-Law. Other 
Professors : Engl., Hist., and Pol. Econ. — Shapurshah Hormusji 
Hodivala, M.A. French — C. F. Saldanha, M.A. Logic and Mor. 
Philos. — Harilal Madhavji Bhatt, M.A. Maths. — Narayan Balwant 
Pendse, M.A., LL.B. Pers. — Abdus Samad Shah. Sansk. — Mahadev 
Malhar Joshi, M.A. Science — Vasudev Sadashiv Ghurye, M.A. 
1 Lectr. 

Karachi, Dayaram Jethmal Sind College. Recognized in Arts. 
Number of students in M.A. class, 3 ; B.A. classes, 62. Principal, and 
Prof, of Hist, and Pol. Econ.—H. P. Farrell, M.A. Ox. Other Pro- 
fessors : Biol, and Engl. — F. Ludlow, B.A. Camb., Vice- Principal. 
Engin. — Motiram Hassamal Advani, L.C.E. Engl. — Sahibsing Chanda- 
sing Shahani, M.A. Logic, Mor. Philos., and Ind. Hist. — Atmaram 
Dhondo Dhopeshwarkar, M.A., LL.B. Maths. — Rao Saheb Bhimbai 
Jivanji Naik, M.A. Pers. — Hotchand Mulchand Gurbaxani, M.A. 
Phys. and Chem. — Suratram Balchand Butani, M.A., B.Sc. Sansk. — 
Hari Laxman Lagu, B.A. 5 other Teachers. 



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Poona, Deccan Government College. Recognized in Arts. Number 
of students in M.A. class, 6 ; B.A. classes, 89. Principal and Prof, 
of Hist, and Pol. Econ. — F. W. Bain, M.A. Ox. Other Professors: 
Engl.—U. G. D. Turnbull, B.A. Ox. ; H. G. Rawlinson, M.A. Camb. 
Logic — Shankar Gopal Sathe, M.A. Maths. — A. C. L. Wilkinson, M.A. 
Camb. Sansk. — Vinayak Sakharam Ghate, M.A. 4 other Lectrs. 

Poona, Fergusson College. Recognized in Arts, Under the con- 
trol of the Deccan Educn. Soc. Number of students — M.A. class, 13 ; 
B.Sc. class, 3 ; B.A. classes, 272 (including 3 women). Principal, and 
Prof, of Maths. — Hon. Mr. Ragunath Purushottam Paranjpye, B.Sc. 
Bom., M.A. Camb. Other Professors : Bot. and Zool. — Dhundiraj 
Laxman Dixit, B.A. Chem. — Gopal Balkrishna Kolhatkar, M.A. 
Engl, and Sansk. — Vaijanath Kashinath Rajvade, M.A. ; Krishnaji 
Nilkanth Dravid, M.A. ; Pandurang Damodar Gune, M.A. Bom., 
Ph.D. Leip. Engl. — Vasudeo Balvant Patwardhan, B.A. Calc. ; Gopal 
Vishnu Tulpule, M.A. Hist, and Pol. Econ. — Vaman Govind Kale, 
M.A. Hist. — Hari Govind Limaye, M.A. Logic and Mor. Philos. — 
Govind Chimnaji Bhate, M.A. Maths. — Dhondo Keshav Karve, B.A. ; 
Vishvanath Balvant Naik, M.A. Pali. — Dharmanand Kaushambi. 
Pers. — Mahomedkhan Munshi. Phys. — Keshav Ramchandra Kanit- 
kar, M.A., B.Sc. Phys. and Chem. — Mahadev Ramchandra Paranjpe, 
M.A., B.Sc. Sansk. — Narayan Sakharam Panse, B.A. 5 Asst. Profs, 
and Lectrs., 6 Demrs. 

Poona, Government College of Engineering. Recognized by the 
Univ. of Bombay in Engin. and in B.Sc. courses. Number of students 
in B.E. class, 47. Principal, and Prof, of Phys. and Elec. Engin. — 
H. N. Allen, B.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. Nebraska. Other Professors : Chem. — 
C. J. J. Fox, B.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. Civil Engin. — K. S. Framji, B.A. 
Mad., L.C.E. Bom. Engin.— R. S. C. Brown, B.Sc. N.Z., A.M.I. C.E. 
Geol.—A. M. Heron, B.Sc, F.G.S., A.I.C.E. Maths.— B. D. Audich, 
M.A. Mech. Engin. — N. B. Macmillan, B.Sc. Glas. 

Poona, Government Agricultural College. Recognized in B.Ag. 
courses. Number of students in B.Ag. classes, 21. Principal, and 
Prof, of Chem.— H. H. Mann, D.Sc. Leeds, M.Sc. Mane, F.I.C., F.L.S. 
Other Professors : Agric. — J. B. Knight, M.Sc. Mass. Bot. — W. 
Burns, B.Sc. Edin. Asst. Profs., Lectrs. and Demrs., 12. 



UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL 



[Incorporated by Royal Charter dated May 24, 1909. University 
College, Bristol (incorporated in 1876), was at the same time dissolved.] 



Visitor 
Chancellor 



Pro-Chancellors 



Vice-Chan cellor 



Treasurer 

Registrar 

Director of Training Colleges 

Tutor to the Women Students 

and Warden of the Univ. 

Hall of Residence for 

Women 
Librarian 
Medical Librarian 



H.M. the King. 

Rt. Hon. Viscount Haldane of 
Cloan, K.T., P.C., D.C.L., 
LL.D., F.R.S. {ex-officio Presi- 
dent of the Court, Council, and 
Convocation). 

Rt. Rev. Lord Bishop of Here- 
ford, D.D., LL.D. 

Rt. Hon. Lewis Fry, LL.D. 

Rt. Hon. Henry Hobhouse, 
M.A., LL.D. 

George Alfred Wills, LL.D., 
J.P. 

Sir Isambard Owen, D.C.L., 
LL.D., M.D. {ex-officio Chairman 
of Senate). 

G. A. Wills, LL.D., J.P. 

James Rafter, M.A. 

E. H. Cook, D.Sc, J.P. 

May C. Staveley, M.A. 



E. Sibree, M.A. 
C. King Rudge, M.R.C.S. 
L.R.C.P. 



ASSOCIATED INSTITUTIONS 

(Ordinance XVI provides for the association with the Univ. of 
institutions in which specialized teaching is given or facilities for 
research are afforded.) 



(1) Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. 
Prof. J. R. Ainsworth Davis, M.A. 

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(2) Bristol Baptist College. Principal — W. J. Henderson, 
LL.D., B.A. 

(3) Western College, Bristol. Principal — R. S. Franks, M.A., 
B.Litt. 

(4) National Fruit and Cider Institute, Long Ashton (v. infra, 
Research). Director— Prof. B. T. P. Barker, M.A. 

N.B. Certain members of the Teaching Staffs of (2) and (3), the 
Director of (4), and all teachers in certain subjects of (1) are members 
of the Teaching Staff of the Univ. All such teachers are in the following 
list distinguished by the letter (a). Certain other teachers not appointed 
by the Univ., but recognized as qualified to give instruction to under- 
graduates studying for degrees, are marked (R). Clinical Lecturers are 
marked (C). 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC 



A GRIC ULTURE [Prof. 

TURNER, D., M.S.E.A.C, P. A. S.I. 

Agric. Biology 

BARKER, B. T. P., M.A. Prof. (a). 

Teachers in the Royal Agric. 
Coll. 
kinch, e., f.i.c, f.c.s. (a) Chem. 
pritchard, h. a., f.s.i. (a) Estate 
Management and Forestry. 
SAUNDERS, c. b.,b.sc. (a) Nat. Hist. 
thain, w. a., a.m.i.c.e. (a) 

Land Surveying. 
DUNCAN, a. c, f.r.cv.s. (a) Vet. Sc. 

ANATOMY 

FAWCETT, E, M.D., CM. Prof. 

FISHER, A. G. T., M.B., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Demr. 

STOCK, W. S. V., M.B., F.R.CS. 

Demr. in A . and in Obstetrics. 
ART [Spl. Lectr. 

CRANAGE, D. H. S., D.LITT. 

peartree, s. m. Spl. Lectr. 



LEE, EVA M., M.SC 
HUNTER, C, M.SC. 

Botany, Systematic 
white, j. w. 



Asst. 



Lectr. 
Demr. 



Spl. Lectr. 



CHEMISTRY (v. also Agric.) 

FRANCIS, F., D.SC, PH.D., F.I.C. 

Alf . Capper Pass Prof. 
davis, o. c m., d.sc, f.i.c. Lectr. 

RIXON, F. W., M.SC, PH.D. 

Applied Chemistry 

WERTHEIMER, J., B.A., D.SC. 
BORLAND, H. A. M., A.R.C.S. 

Biochemistry 

NIERENSTEIN, M., PH.D. 

Hygienic Chemistry 

RUSSELL, E., B.SC, F.I.C. 

Physical Chemistry 

MCBAIN, J. W., M.A., PH.D. 



Lectr. 
[Prof. 

, F.I.C 

Lectr. 
Lectr. 
Lectr. 
Lectr. 



CLASSICS 

BROOKS, F., M.A. 
PITMAN, H., M.A. 



Prof. 
Lectr. 



BIOLOGY, 
Hist. 



v. Agric. and Nat. 
r EMISTRY, v. Chem. 



BOTANY [*Lectr. 

DARBISHIRE, O. V., B.A., PH.D. 



DENTAL SURGERY 

ACKLAND, W. R., M.R.C.S., M.D.S. 

*Lectr. and (C). 

WYATT, H. J., L.D.S. (C). 

NICHOLS, F. C, M.B., L.D.S. (C). 

Dent. Mechanics 

HAYMAN, C A., M.D., L.D.S. *LeCtr. 



* Head of Dept. 



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Operative Dent. Surg. 

DOWLING, E.A. G., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 

l.d.s. *Lectr. and (C). 

Surg, for Dent. Students [Lectr. 

GROVES, E. W. H., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S- 



ECONOMICS 

ANSTEY, P. L., B.SC. 



*Lectr. 



ED UCA TION [*Lectr. 

HODGSON, GERALDINE E., LITT.D. 
PEASE, MARIAN F., LL.D. Spl. Lectr. 

foster, t. s., m.a. Spl. Lectr. 

LIVINGSTON, KATE, M.A. Asst. Lectr. 

Elem. Training Depts. 

cook, e. h., d.sc, j. p. Director. 

mullock, amy, m.sc. *Mistress 

of Method (for women). 

foster, t. s., m.a. *Master of 

Method (for men). 

GREENALL, C. E., B.SC. Asst. Lectr. 

childs, e., m.a. Asst. Lectr. 

odell, d. a. Asst. Lectr. 

GALLOP, BEATRICE Asst. Lectr. 

hilton, n., m.a. Asst. Lectr. 

may, daisy Asst. Lectr. 

ORGANE, FLORENCE S. Demr. 

watson, a. j., a.r.c.a. Drawing (R). 
sheldon, w. a. Drawing (men) (R). 

WARRELL, A., F.R.C.O. Music (R). 

rea, c. p. Phys. Exerc. (men) (R). 

JOHNSON, THEODORA 

Phys. Exerc. (women) (R). 

ENGINEERING (v. also Milit.) 
A utomobile Engineering 

MORGAN, W., B.SC. Prof. 

Civil Engineering 

FERRIER, R. M., M.SC, M.I.C.E., 

m.i.m.e. Prof. 

BROADBENT, F. J., B.SC. Lectr. 

Electrical Engineering 

ROBERTSON, D., D.SC. Prof. 

Williams, o. j., b.sc. Lectr. 

Mech. and Mining Engin. 

MUNRO, J., M.SC, M.I.M.E., 

a.r.c.s. Prof. 



WATSON, F. R. B., B.SC. 

Lectr. (Mech. E.). 
Teachers for Faculty of Engin. 
baker, j. w. Drawing, <S>c. (R). 
raggett, a. e. Engineering (R). 
fisher, a. Mining (R). 

britton, g. Steel Structures (R). 
tipton, f. n. Telegraphy (R). 

morgan, c e. Telephony (R). 

parnell, t. p. o'c Telegraphy and 
Telephony (R). 

COCKSHOTT, W. J., A.M.I.E.E. 

Telegraphy and Telephony (R). 
FORESTRY, v. Agric. 
GEOLOG Y [Chaning Wills Prof. 

REYNOLDS, S. H., M.A., SCD. 

innes, d. e. i., b.sc Asst. Lectr. 
(v. also Paleontology) 

HISTORY, Modern [Prof. 

LEONARD, G. H., M.A. H. O. Wills 
STAVELEY, MAY C, M.A. Lectr. 

soltau, r. h., m.a. Lectr. 

cooper, w. l., b.a. Asst. Lectr. 

(v. also Milit. Hist.) 

LANGUAGES and Lit. (v. also 
Classics) 

Arabic 
segall, j. Spl. Lectr. 

Aramaic and Syriac [Lectr. 

o'leary, de l., m.a., d.d. Spl. 

English [Winterstoke Prof. 

SKEMP, A. R., M.A., PH.D. 

MOORE, J. L., B.A., PH.D. Lectr. 

cooper, w. l., b.a. Asst. Lectr. 
French 

BOILLOT, F., L.-ES-L. *LeCtX. 

French and German 

PERKINS, B. M. NEVILL, M.A., 

b.-es-l. Asst. Lectr. 

French for Engin. Students 

DIRAC, C A. L., B.-ES-L. (R), 

German 
ord, c, m.a. *Lectr. 



* Head of Dept, 



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German for Engin. Students 

HENNIG, C. C, M.A. (R). 

Greek [Prof. 

dobson, j. f., m.a. H. O. Wills 

Hebrew 
polack, j., b.a. Spl. Lectr. 

Italian 

GUALTIERI, SIGNORINA E. *LeCtT. 

Japanese 
dickens, f. v., c.b. Reader. 

Oriental Languages 

SIBREE, E., M.A. *Lectr. 

Syriac, v. Aramaic 
LAW (v. also Med.— For., Milit.) 

WILSHERE, A. M., M.A., LL.B. 

Spl. Lectr. 
chilton, c. a. Spl. Lectr. 

International Law 
lawrence,tj.,m.a., ll.d. Reader. 



LOGIC 

TANNER, W. E. 



M.A. 



♦Lectr. 



MATHEMATICS [Prof. 

BARRELL, F.R.,M.A.,B.SC. H.O.Wills 

harvey, e. b., m.sc. Asst. Lectr. 
Applied Mathematics 

BOULTON, E. S., M.A., B.SC Prof. 

veitch, a. g., b.a. Lectr. 

Pure Mathematics 

FRASER, P., M.A., B.SC Lectr. 

Maths, for Engin. Students 

PICKERING, A., B.SC (R). 

PANTER, H., B.SC. (R). 

SMITH, A., B.SC. (R). 

STOCKALL, G. E., B.SC. (R). 

MEDICINE and Surgery (v. also 
Pub. Health) 
Anesthetics 

FREEMAN, J., M.D., F.R.C.S. (C). 

FLEMMING, A. L., M.B. (C). 

HILL, HEDLEY, M.D. (C). 

Bacteriology, v. Pathology 
Diseases of the Skin 

WILLS, W. K., M.A., M.B. (C). 

* Head 



Dis. of the Skin, and Med. 

NIXON, J. A., B.A., M.B., F.R.C.P. (C). 

Fevers 

PETERS, B. A., M.D., D.P.H. (C). 

Forensic Med. and Toxicol. 

PARKER, G., M.A., M.D. (Clin. 

Lectr. in Med.) *Lectr. 

davis, o. c. m., d.sc, f.i.c. Demr. 
Laryng., Rhin., and Otology. 

WATSON-WILLIAMS, P., M.D. 

♦Lectr. and (C). 

FIRTH, J. L., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

(C) in Otology and Surg. 
Laryng. and Rhinology 

WRIGHT, A. J. M., M.B., F.R.C.S. (C). 

Medicine 

CLARKE, J. M., M.A., M.D., LL.D., 

f.r.c.p. Prof, and (C). 

EDGEWORTH, F. J., M.D., D.SC. 

Prof, and (C). 

PROWSE, A. B., M.D., F.R.C.S. (C). 
PARKER, G., M.A., M.D. (C). 

SYMES, J. O., M.D., D.P.H. (C). 

NEILD, N., M.B. (C). 

COOMBS, C. F., M.D. (C). 

CHARLES, J. R., M.A., M.D., 

F.R.C.P. (C). 

NIXON, J. A., B.A., M.B., F.R.C.P. (C). 

FORTESCUE-BRICKDALE, J. M., M.A., 

M.D. (C). 

Medicine and Surgery 

BRASHER, C. W. J., M.D. (R). 

PINNIGER, W. J. H., M.D. (R). 

CHITTY, H., M.S., F.R.C.S. (R). 

ROBERTSON, D., M.B. (R). 

Mental Diseases 

BLACHFORD, J. V., M.D. *Lectr. 

Obstetrics (v. also Anat.) 
swayne, w. c, m.d. Prof, and (C). 

RAYNER, D. C, F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. and (C). 
stock, w. s.v., m.b., f.r.c.s. Demr. 

NEWNHAM, W. H. C, M.A., M.B. (C). 

Ophthalmology [*Lectr. and (C). 

WALKER, C. H., B.A., M.B., F.R.C.S. 
CROSS, F. R., LL.D., M.B., F.R.C.S. 

Spl. Lectr. 
of Dept. 



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(C). 



OGILVY, A., M.D., F.R. C.S.I. 

Pathology 

HALL, I. W., M.D. Prof. 

Path, and Bacteriology 

WILLIAMSON, G. S., L.R.C.P.,L.R.C.S., 

l.f.p.s. Demr. 

KAY-MOUAT, J. R., M.A., M.B. ,, 

Pharmacology and Therap. 
neild, n., m.b. *Lectr. 

Pharmacy {Practical) 

TAYLOR, A. L., M.P.S. (R). 

THOMAS, W., M.P.S. (R) # 

Radio- Therapy 
taylor, j., m.r.c.s. Spl. Lectr. 

JONES, J. ELLINGTON, M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. (C). 

PARKER, G., M.A., M.D. (C). 

Skiagraphy 

TAYLOR, J., M.R.C.S. (C). 

BERGIN, F. G., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (C). 

Surgery 
morton, c. a., f.r. as. Prof .and (C). 

SWAIN, J., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

Prof, and (C). 

FIRTH, J. L., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. (C). 
CARWARDINE, T., M.B., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (C). 

MOLE, H. F., F.R.C.S. (C). 

GROVES, E. W. H., M.D., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (C). 

STACK, E. H. E., M.B., F.R.C.S. (C). 
WALTERS, C. F., F.R.C.S. (C). 
MOORE, C. A., M.S., M.B., F.R.C.S. (C). 
SHORT, A. R., M.D., F.R.C.S. (C) # 

Operative Surgery 

BUSH, J. P., C.M.G., CH.M. *Lectl\ 

Practical Surg. [and (C). 

LANSDOWN, R. G. P., M.D. 

MILITARY SUBJECTS 

M. Engineering 

BRANDON, CAPT. O. G 

M. History 

BOYCE, CAPT. C. E. 

M. Law 

CORFIELD, CAPT. C. 



*Lectr. 



Spl. Lectr. 
Spl. Lectr. 



M. Organization, &c. 
rawson, capt. r. I. Spl. Lectr. 

M. Science 
Christie, major c. Spl. Lectr. 

M. Tactics 
wilson, capt. r. h. g. Spl. Lectr. 

MINING, v. Engineering 

MUSIC {Harmony and Counter 

point) 
bucknall, c, mus.bac. Spl. Lectr. 

NATURAL HISTORY (v. also 

Agric.) 
ainsworth-davis, j. r., m.a. Prof. 



PALEONTOLOGY 

BOLTON, H., M.SC, F.R.S.E. 



Reader. 



PHYSICS (v. also Chem. and 

Elec.) 
vacant H. O. Wills Prof. 

TYNDALL, A. M., D.SC. *LeCtT. 

WILLIAMS, ILLTYD, M.SC. Lectr. 

fry, j. d., b.sc. Lectr. and Demr. 

HODGSON, B., M.SC, PH.D. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Teachers for Engineering 
Students 

STANLEY, H., B.SC. (R). 

WHITE, A. E., B.A., B.SC. (R). 

SMITH, A., B.SC. (R). 

STOCKALL, G. E., B.SC. (R). 



PHYSIOLOGY 

KENT, A. F. S., M.A. 
BYWATERS, H. W., 

F.I.C. 
SHORT, A. R., B.SC, 

F.R.C.S. 



[Prof. 
H. O. Wills 

D.SC, PH.D., 

Demr. 

, M.D., B.S., 

Demr. 



Spl. Lectr. 

* Head of Dept. 



PSYCHOLOGY and Ethics 

MORGAN, C LLOYD, D.SC, LL.D., 

f.r.s. Prof. 

PUBLIC HEALTH [*Lectr. 

DAVIES, D. S., LL.D., M.D., D.P.H. 

heaven, j. c, m.r.c.s., D.p.H. Demr. 



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FORTESCUE-BRICKDALE, J. M., M.A., MACEY, T. S., B.A. (a). 

m.d. Director of P.H. Lab. 

ZOOLOGY 
THEOLOGICAL SUBJECTS Henderson, w. d., m.a., b.sc, 

HENDERSON, W. J., B.A., LL.D. (a). PH.D. *Lectl\ 

ROBINSON, F. E., B.A., B.D. (a). BROCKINGTON, MARY, B.SC. 

FRANKS, R. S., M.A., B.LITT. (a). Asst. Lectr. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Barke, H. F., Demr. in Hyg. Chem. (appointment abolished). 

Bergin, F. G., apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Skiagraphy. 

Berwick, W. E. H., Asst. Lectr. in Maths., resigned. 

Boillot, F., apptd. Lectr. in French.* 

Bush, J. P., Clinical Lectr. in Surg., resigned. 

Christie, Major C, apptd. vice Loring. 

Cooper, W. L., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Engl, and Hist. 

Cranage, D. H. S., apptd. Spl. Lectr. in Art. 

Davis, O. C. M., Lectr. in Chem., apptd. also Demr. in For. Med. and 

Toxicol. 
Eager, R., Lectr. in For. Med. and Toxicol.,* resigned. 
Eaton, J. W., Asst. Lectr. in French and German, resigned. 
Gallop, Beatrice, apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Educn. (Elem. Training). 
Harvey, E. B., apptd. vice Berwick. 
Hill, Hedley, apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Anaesthetics. 
Hunter, C, apptd. Demr. in Botany. 

Jowett, Lettice, Asst. Lectr. in Educn. (Elem. Training), resigned. 
Kyle, H. G., Clinical Lectr. in Surg., resigned. 
Lee, Catherine F., Asst. Lectr. in Educn. (Secondary Training), 

resigned. 
Livingston, Kate, apptd. vice Lee. 
Loring, Major W. L., Spl. Lectr. in Milit. Sc, resigned. 
Moore, C. A., apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Surg. 
Noakes, Kathleen, B.A., Asst. Lectr. in Educn. (Elem. Training), 

resigned. 
Parker, G., apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Radio-Therapy. 
Perkins, B. Nevill, apptd. vice Eaton. 
Russell, E„ apptd. vice Stoddart. 
Short, A. R., apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Surg. 
Stoddart, F. W., F.I.C., Lectr. in Hyg. Chem., resigned. 
Taylor, J., apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Skiagraphy. 
Williams, Harvey, M.A., Asst. Lectr. in Educn. (Elem. Training), 

resigned. 
Wright, A. J. M., apptd. Clinical Lectr. in Laryng. and Rhinol. 

* Head of Dept. 



64 BRISTOL 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties, &c. Arts, Science, Medicine (with a Dept. of Dentistry), 
Engineering. There is a Teachers' Training Board, to which Council 
and Senate have delegated powers in reference to training teachers 
for Elem. and Secondary Schools. An Agric. Research Committee 
directs the work of the Agric. and Hortic. Station at Long Ashton. 
The members of the last-mentioned Committee are appointed by the 
Board of Agric, the National Fruit and Cider Institute, and the Univ. 

By an agreement made on June 24, 1910, in pursuance of certain 
provisions of the Charter, the Society of Merchant Venturers of Bristol 
undertook to provide and maintain in its Technical College the Faculty 
of Engineering in the Univ. The Depts. of Engin. are Civ., Mech., 
Elec, and Automobile. 

Matriculation. Minimum age 16, or in the case of women, 17. 
Graduates of, and persons who have passed the Matricn. examn. of, any 
Univ. in the U.K. are eligible without further test ; so also are persons 
who have passed certain Ox., Camb., and Scottish examns. Candidates 
educated outside the U.K. may be admitted on proof of having passed 
equivalent examns. or, in the case of candidates from Oriental countries, 
of previous educn. in their own countries and ability to follow instruc- 
tion given in English. 

Terms. The academic year runs from Sept. 1 to Aug. 31. Terms 
1913-14 begin : Autumn — Sept. 30 (Engin. 16th) ; Spring — Jan. 20 
(Med. 13th, Engin. 16th) ; Summer — April 28 (Med. May 1, Engin. 
May 28). 

Degrees, &c. In Arts — B.A., M.A., D.Litt. ; Science — B.Sc, 
M.Sc, D.Sc. ; Law— LL.D. (Honorary) ; Med.— M.B., Ch.B., Ch.M., 
M.D. ; B.D.S., M.D.S. ; Engineering— B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc. Diplomas in 
Education, Dental Surgery (L.D.S.), Pub. Health (D.P.H.), Vet. State 
Med. (D.V.S.M.). Certificates in Engin. Testamurs in Social Study, in 
Journalism, and for Engineering Apprentices. The Statutes (sec. 24) 
declare that the period of study necessary to qualify for graduation 
shall not be less than 3 yrs., all of which shall be subsequent to passing 
the Matricn. examn. On an evening-class curriculum the minimum 
period is 5 yrs. in Engin., 6 in Arts or Science. For the B.D.S. the 
minimum is 5 ; for the M.B., Ch.B. 5^ yrs. 

Candidates for the Bachelorship must have spent at least 2 yrs. in 
study or research in the Univ. 

Arts. The Intermediate examn. at the end of the 1st yr. is in 
5 subjects, including Greek or Latin ; a 2nd foreign lang. ; either English 
Lang, and Lit. or English Hist. ; Maths, or Logic. As an exception 
to this a candidate who takes Maths, and Engl. Hist, for the Interm. 
and Milit. Hist, and Strategy for the Final examn. need not take either 
Greek or Latin for the Interm., but may take instead any other lang. 



BRISTOL 65 

taught in the Faculty. An alternative curriculum is also open to Theo- 
logical students ; Greek and Latin are compulsory, and a choice is given of 
any 3 of the following : Hebrew, Mod. Hist., Engl. Lit., Logic, Psychol., 
Economics. Instruction given in Theol. subjects in the Associated 
Colls. (2) and (3) to undergrads. of the Univ. by the Principal or the 
teachers mentioned above under the heading " Theol. Subjects " is for the 
purpose of the B.A. (Theological) degree deemed to be given in and by 
the Univ. The Honours Schools are : Class. ; Mod. Langs, and Lit.; . 
Engl. Lang, and Lit. ; Hist. ; Philos. ; Econ. ; Oriental Studies ; 
Biblical Philol. and Archaeol. ; Pure Maths. A B.A. of at least 2 yrs. 
standing who graduated with honours or has since graduation satisfied 
the examiners in an honours examn. may present a dissertation for the 
M.A. degree, (v. also Research Degrees). The D.Litt. may be con- 
ferred on a M.A. of not less than 4 yrs. standing who has submitted a 
contribution to the advancement of learning. 

Science. Before taking the Final B.Sc. examn. a candidate 
must satisfy the Univ. of his ability to read scientific French and 
German. A candidate for Honours or who has qualified for Matricn. 
and attained the age of 17 may enter for the Interm. examn. without 
previous study in the Univ., and, if he passes, proceed at once to the 
final part of the course, which will in that case cover 3 yrs. An alter- 
native curriculum is open to Agric. students. They pursue their 
final part (2nd and 3rd yrs.) in the Royal Agricultural College, Ciren- 
cester, instruction given in which to undergraduates of the Univ. in 
Agric, Forestry, Estate Management, Land Surveying, Vet. Sc, Nat. 
Hist., Agric. Chem., Zool., Bot., and Geol. is for the purpose of degrees 
in Agric. and Forestry deemed to be given in and by the Univ. 

The M.Sc. degree may be conferred on any person who not less than 
2 years (or, if he took Honours, 1 year) previously attained the B.Sc. 
in this Univ. or some other degree or diploma declared by the Senate to 
be at least equivalent thereto. A dissertation is required, which in the 
case of candidates who are not graduates of, must be based on work 
carried out in this Univ. 

The D.Sc. degree may be conferred on (1) a M.Sc. of 3 yrs. standing 
who submits a sufficient contribution to the advancement of scientific 
knowledge ; (2) a M.Sc. of this or any approved Univ. or a candidate 
declared to be of equivalent standing who has pursued original work 
in the Univ. during 2 yrs. ; (3) a B.Sc. of 6 yrs. standing who has 
submitted published works of sufficient importance. 

Medicine. Of the requisite 5^ or (for the B.D.S.) 5 yrs. of medical 
study, at least 3, including 2 yrs. subsequent to satisfying the Univ. 
in Anat. and Physiol., must be spent, and the Final examn. must be 
passed, in the Univ. Before admission to the Final examn. a candidate 
must have attended the Med. and Surg, practice of approved hospls. 
during 3 yrs., during which he must, in addition to meeting the require- 
ments common to all schools recognized by the Genl. Med. Council, 
have acted as Dresser for 9 mos. and Clin. Clerk for another 6 mos., 
attended post-mortems during at least 1 yr., administered anaesthetics 

E 



66 BRISTOL 

under supervision in 30 cases, have attended not less than 25 cases of 
labour in an approved lying-in hospl. or else not less than 30 cases in 
the extern dept. of an approved hospl., acted as Gynaec. Clerk and 
attended instruction in diseases peculiar to women during at least 3 mos. 
in an approved hospl., during which time he has received practical 
instruction in the use of Gynaec. and Obst. instruments. Hospitals 
available for clinics : 2 General (470 beds), Children and Women (108 
beds), Eye. 

Dentistry. The 1st yr.'s course for the B.D.S. is the same as for 
the B.Sc. The course for the L.D.S. subsequent to registration by 
the Genl. Med. Council covers 4 yrs., of which 2 must be spent in the 
Univ. 

Public Health ; Vet. State Medicine. The course for the 
D.P.H. covers at least 9 mos., and includes practical laboratory instruc- 
tion in Hygiene, Chem. and Bact., and Path, of Diseases of animals 
and practical study under supervision of the duties of Pub. Health 
Administration, and attendance twice weekly during 3 mos. at a hospl. 
for Infec. Diseases. Candidates for the D.P.H. must be fully re- 
gistered med. practitioners. Candidates for the D.V.S.M. must be 
members of the R.C.V.S. of not less than 12 mos. standing as such. 

The(i) Ch.M., (2)M.D.S., (3) M.D. may be conferred respectively 
on a (1) M.B., Ch.B., (2) B.D.S., (3) M.B., Ch.B. of not less than 2 yrs. 
standing as such who has passed the prescribed examn. 

Engineering. The Regns. for the B.Sc. in Engin. are similar 
to those for the B.Sc. as given above. The final part (2nd and 3rd yrs.) 
of the curriculum is in 1 of the 4 Depts. : Civ., Mech., Elec, Auto- 
mobile. A candidate for the M.Sc. in Engin. must be a B.Sc. in Engin. 
or person of equivalent standing who has subsequently to graduation 
pursued the science or practice of Engin. for 2 yrs. and passed a pre- 
scribed examn. or submitted a dissertation. For the D.Sc. in Engin. 
the Regns. are parallel to those for the D.Sc. The courses for the Certif . 
in Engin. may be followed by day or evening students and spread over 
as many years as they wish. The Evening Courses involve attendance 
for 500 hours, of which 300 must be subsequent to passing the Interm. 
examn. The examn. papers set are the same as those for the B.Sc. 
degree in Engin., but candidates for the certif. are not required to take 
as many subjects as candidates for the degree. For the Testamur for 
Engin. Apprentices a 2 yrs. curriculum and 2 examns. are prescribed. 

The Diploma in Education may be conferred on graduates of this or 
some other approved Univ. or holders of an equivalent diploma who 
have passed the prescribed examn. after a course covering 1 yr. 

The course for the Testamur in Social Study involves 2 yrs. 
attendance at lectures and practical work, visits to workhouses, schools, 
labour exchanges, &c, club work, and practical study of improvements 
in houses. In the 2nd yr. an original investigation must be undertaken 
and lectures of an advanced character attended. 



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The course for the Testamur in Journalism covers 3 yrs., but 
candidates who have qualified for Matricn. may attend the 3 parts 
concurrently and complete them in the same year. 

Research Degrees. For the B.A. or B.Sc. degree original 
research for 3 (or for the B.Sc. in Engin. 2) yrs. by a candidate previously 
declared by the Senate to be qualified for such research may be accepted 
in lieu of a curriculum. If he already holds from any other Univ. a 
degree or diploma declared by the Senate to be at least equivalent to 
the B.A. or B.Sc. of this Univ., the prescribed period of research may be 
2 yrs. only, and the M.A. may be conferred on similar conditions. 

Research and Advice. ^300 a year is set apart for research in 
Agric. Science. The Colston Research Fund (^400 to ^500 p. a.) is 
applicable to researches of interest to Agric. industries or public health. 
The Board of Agric. has made a grant of ^3500 p.a. for the Agric. 
and Hortic. Station at Long Ashton. For the purposes of Agric. and 
Hortic. research and advice at this station the Nat. Fruit and Cider 
Institute, whose premises and exper. orchards are situated there, is 
associated with the Univ., the work of the Institute being carried on as 
a part of that of the Station. 

Scholarships open to Graduates. ^50 for 1 yr. for Research in 
Engin. ; ^30 for 1 yr. in approved post-grad, course, open to women only ; 
2 of ^34 for 1 yr. (1 open to men only) ; ^25 for 1 yr. for Met all. research ; 
^20 for 1 yr. for post-grad, study in Engl. Lit. One of the 1851 Exhibn. 
Science Research Scholarships (^150 for 2 yrs.) and a Bursary of £70 for 
Research have been allotted to this Univ. to be awarded in 191 4. 

Women are not admitted under the age of 17. They have separate 
common-rooms and are under the supervision of a Lady Tutor. In 
other respects no distinction is made between men and women. Under 
the Charter they are eligible for office, and all degrees and courses are 
open to them. 

Residential Facilities. There is a Univ. Hall of Residence 
(Clifton Hill House, Clifton) for women. There are 2 hostels for the 
women's Training Coll. and 3 for the men's. 

The Libraries contain about 35,500 vols. 

Museums and Laboratories. The Univ. has 15 labs, and several 
teaching museums of its own and uses the Merchant Venturers' labs, 
for Chem., Phys., Mech., and the various branches of Engin, 

There is a Pub. Health Lab. for analysis and Bact. research. 

The Long Ashton Agric. and Hortic. Station have been noticed 
under " Research and Advice." 

Univ. Extension, v. notes under 1912-13. In this connexion v. 
also notes above on Engin. Certif . and Social Study and Journalism. 



68 BRISTOL 

Publications. The Calendar, issued about Aug., price is. ; Pros- 
pectuses of Faculties and Special Courses, in July (free) ; Students' 
Pocket Diary, Sept., is. ; " Nonesuch " Mag., 6d. terminally ; Annual 
Report of Council, to which is annexed a list of original works pubd. 
by members of the Univ. 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received. £i 80,000 for erection of, and main- 
tenance fund for, a block of Univ. buildings, designed as a memorial 
of the late H. O. Wills, first Chancellor of the Univ. ; an offer of ^5000 
for a Residential Coll. for men students ; ^20,000 addition to capital 
endowment ; reversion of estate worth ^18,000. Grants of ^200 and 
£100 for research were made by the Board of Agric. and the Home Office 
respectively, the subjects of research to be Cheese and the problems of 
" Industrial Fatigue." The Univ. Colston Society gave ^400 to the 
Colston Research Committee for the promotion of research in the 
Univ. 

Special Event. Installation of Viscount Haldane as Chancellor, 
Oct. 17, 1912. 

Schools Examinations and University Extension, &c. The 
Univ. has undertaken the examn. of the Secondary Schools under control 
of Somerset Educn. Committee, and examn. for Junior Scholarships 
for Wiltshire ; arrangements have been made for holding in July 19 14 
for the first time a school certif. examn., at which candidates will be 
able to qualify for Matricn. ; in conjunction with the Workers' Educa- 
tional Assocn. the Univ. has established a Joint Committee on Tutorial 
Classes. 

Number of Students, (i) Day students — undergraduates, 317 
(including 95 women) ; other students preparing for degrees, diplomas, 
or certifs., 55 (2 women) ; graduates, 38 (9 women) ; other students, 
444 (144 women), including 165 2 yr. training students (93 women). 
(2) Evening students, 552 (38 women), including 472 in Engineering. 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. LL.D. — The Chancellor ; the 
Prime Minister ; Earl Roberts, K.G. ; Bishops of Hereford and Bristol ; 
Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Fry, G.C.B. ; Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P. ; 
Rt. Hon. A. H. D. Acland ; Rt. Hon. Lewis Fry ; Rt. Hon. Henry 
Hobhouse ; Rt. Hon. Sir William Mather ; George A. Wills ; Bishop 
(R.C.) of Clifton ; Sir George White, Bart. ; Sir Isambard Owen ; 
Sir Alfred Hopkinson ; Sir Harry Reichel ; Sir Alfred Dale ; Prof. 
Michell Clarke, M.D., F.R.C.P. ; Sir William Henry White, K.C.B. ; 
Lt.-Col. Sir Francis Younghusband, K.C.I.E. ; Sir George Alexander ; 
His Honour Judge Austin ; Maynard Willoughby Colchester- Wemyss ; 
Francis Richardson Cross, F.R.C.S. ; David Samuel Davies, M.D., 
M.O.H. ; C. H. B. Elliott, M.A. ; Joseph Storrs Fry ; Richard Glover, 
D.D. ; W. J. Henderson, B.A. ; Marian Fry Pease ; Henry Arnold 



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Thomas, M.A. ; William Welsford Ward, M.A. D.Litt.— Lord Fitz- 
maurice, P.C. ; Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell, M.P. ; Sir Arthur Quiller- 
Couch, M.A. ; President of Magdalen College, Oxford ; Headmaster of 
Clifton College ; Headmaster of the Bristol Grammar School ; Henry 
John Newbolt, M.A. ; Reginald Fanshawe, M.A. D.Sc. — The Vice- 
Chancellor of Glasgow (Sir Donald MacAlister, K.C.B.) ; Alderman 
Cook, D.Sc, Chairman of the City Education Committee ; Professor 
Sollas, LL.D., F.R.S. ; Professor Silvanus Thompson, LL.D., F.R.S. ; 
Professor Sidney Young, D.Sc, F.R.S.; Morris W. Travers, D.Sc, 
F.R.S. M.D.— Robert Fletcher, M.D. ; Robert Shingleton Smith, 
M.D., F.R.C.P. ; George Munro Smith. D.Sc. in Engineering — 
William Ripper, D.Eng. ; John Ryan, D.Sc ; Henry Selby Hele Shaw, 
LL.D., F.R.S. ; William Wilson, M.A. Ch.M.— Nelson Congreve 
Dobson, F.R.C.S. M.A. — Alderman Elkins, J. P. ; Alderman Sheppard, 
J. P. ; Councillor Burt, J. P. ; Fanny Marion Townsend ; Evangeline M. 
Hughes, B.A. ; Eleanor A. Phillips ; Eleanor A. A. Shekleton, M.A. ; 
May C. Staveley, M.A. ; Harry Coward ; Councillor Francombe ; 
The Registrar of the Univ. ; Mary Clifford ; Norah Fry, M.A. ; John 
Gregory ; James Havard Thomas. 

Other Degrees. D.Sc. i, M.D. 1, M.A. 2 (women), M.Sc 3 (2 
women), B.A. 20 (12 women), B.Sc 30 (10 women), ad eundem 3 (1 
woman), service 1, M.B., B.S. 4 (1 woman), B.Sc.Engin. 8. 

Changes in Regulations, &c. A Teachers' Training Board has 
been formed to which Council and Senate agreed to delegate certain of 
their powers ; Council authorized the establishment of a Testamur 
for Engin. Apprentices. 

Additions to Buildings. Laboratories, a cider-house, and resi- 
dence for the secretary-manager at Long Ashton for the Agric and 
Hortic Research Station (for which ^5100 was provided by subscrip- 
tion and ^5000 by the Treasury) were begun ; provision was made for 
the acquisition of 2 houses for a hostel for women students of the Univ. 
under training for Elem. School Teacherships ; a shooting range was 
provided for the O.T.C. ; a Committee is considering the advisability 
of acquiring a Residential Coll. for men students. 

Other New Developments. A superannuation scheme was estab- 
lished for salaried officers in receipt of salaries above a certain amount. 
It is the scheme framed by the Advisory Committee of the Board of 
Educn. and will form part of a federal scheme for all Univs. and Colls, 
in receipt of Exchequer grants. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH 
COLUMBIA, VANCOUVER 

[Established by Act of the British Columbian Legislature, 1908.] 

Chancellor Hon. F. L. Carter-Cotton. 

President F. F. Wesbrook, M.A., M.D., 

CM., LL.D. 

A staff has not yet been appointed, nor have arrangements been 
completed for providing the necessary accommodation, but a site of 
277 acres has been allotted at Point Grey, 6 miles from the centre of 
Vancouver. A 2 million acre land grant is provided by law. Adequate 
financial provision has been made by legislative appropriation for 
building and maintenance during the next 2 yrs., and detailed plans are 
in process of preparation. 






UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA 



[Established and incorporated by Act II of 1857 of the Legislative 
Council of India. Constitution modified by Act VIII of 1904.] 



Chancellor 

Rector 

Vice-Chancellor and Chairman 
of the Syndicate* 



Registrar 



The Governor - General of 

India. 
The Governor of Bengal. 
Hon. Justice Sir Asutosh Mu- 

KERJEE, SARASWATI, SaSTRA- 

Vachaspati, Kt., C.S.I., M.A., 
D.L., D.Sc, F.R.A.S., F.R.S.E., 
F.A.S.B. 
P. Bruhl, D.Sc, F.G.S., F.C.S., 
F.A.S.B. 



Deans of the Faculties, 1913-14 
Arts 



Science 



Law 



Medicine 



Engineering 
Inspector of Colleges 



Hon. Sir Asutosh Mukerjee, 

Vice-Chancellor. 
H. H. Hayden, C.I.E., B.A., B.E., 

F.G.S., F.A.S.B. 
Sir Gooroo Dass Banerjee, Kt., 

M.A., D.L., Ph.D. 
Lt. - Col. B. H. Deare, M.B., 

D.P.H., I.M.S. 
Hon. Mr. B. K. Finnimore. 
P. K. Ray, D.Sc. Lond. 



UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS, READERS, AND 
LECTURERS, 191 3-14 

SAMATULCHANDRA DATTA, M.A., B.L., TagOre Prof, of Law. 

vacant, Minto Prof, of Economics. 

brajendranath sil, m.a., ph.d., K. George V Prof, of Ment. and Mor. 

Philos. 
w. h. young, m.a., b.sc, f.r.s. of l'pool, Hardinge Prof, of Maths. 
g. thibaut, c.i.e., ph.d., d.sc, Carmichael Prof, of Ancient Indian 

History and Culture. 

ROBERT LESLIE, M.A., AND SATISCHANDRA RAY, M.A. Asst. Profs, of 

Economics. 

* The Syndicate is ithe executive governing body of the Univ., v. 
Appendix V. 

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72 CALCUTTA 

University Readers, 191 3-14 

(University Readers give special courses of lectures on particular 
subjects, generally in the cold-weather months. The lectures are 
intended mainly for graduates engaged in research work or persons who 
wish to prosecute special studies.) 

A. R. forsyth, m.a., sc.d. camb., ll.d., f.r.s. — " Theory of Functions 

of Two Complex Variables." 
prof. h. oldenberg, ph.d. — "Method of Western Scholarship in the 

Field of Ancient Indian Research." 
s. yamakami — " Ancient India as depicted in the Writings of the 

Chinese Pilgrims." 
prof. g. findlay shirras, m.a. — " Some Recent Developments in 

Indian Currency." 
prof. Herman jacobi, ph.d. — " Indian Alankara." 

PROF. PAUL VINOGRADOFF, PH.D., LL.D., D.C.L., F.B.A. " Kinship in 

Early Law." 
rai sahib dineschandra sen — " Vaishnab Literature of Mediarval 

Bengal." 
prof. j.n. dasgupta, b.a. ox. — " Bengal in the Sixteenth Century." 
s. r. bhandarkar, m.a. — " Introduction to the Study of Indian 

Epigraphy." 

University Lecturers, 191 3-14 

University Lecturers are appointed to deliver lectures and conduct 
classes for research or advanced work for post-grad, courses of study in 
Arts or Science. Where a College is completely affiliated in any 
subject for the M.A. or M.Sc. course the College Professors lecturing 
in it enjoy the title and status of Univ. Lectrs. Junior Univ. Lectrs. 
may be appointed to provide adequate teaching of Honours subjects 
for the B.A. and B.Sc. Degree examns. In the lists of staffs of Affiliated 
Colleges Univ. Lectrs. are marked with asterisks. In addition, the 
following have been appointed : — Rabindranath Datta, M.A. (Engl.) ; 
Otto Strauss, Ph.D. (Comp. Philol.) ; G. Thibaut, CLE., Ph.D., D.Sc, 
F.A.S.B. (Sansk. and Hist.) ; Mahamahopadhyay Kaliprasanna 
Bhattacharyya, M.A., Pandit Bhimsen Sastri and Pandit Tara- 
prasanna Vidyaratna (Sansk.) ; Prabhu Dutt, Sastri, M.A., Ph.D., 
B.Sc, B.T., M.O.L. (Sansk. and Ment. and Mor. Philos.) ; Rakhaldas 
Banerjee, M.A. (Epigraphy) ; Shamsul-Ulama Sheikh Mahmud Gilani 
(Arab, and Persian) ; Aga Kazim Shirazi and Zahadur Rahim Zahid 
Suhrawardy, M.A. (Persian) ; Ramdas Khan, M.A., Ph.D. (Ment. &>Mor. 
Philos.) ; A. Rasul, M.A., B.C.L., S. Khuda Buksh, M.A., B.C.L., and 
M. A. Hafiz, B.A. (Hist.) ; Satischandra Ray, M.A. (Economics) ; 
Phanindralal Ganguli, M.A., B.L., F.R.A.S. (Maths.) ; C. C. Calder, 
B.Sc, F.L.S. (Botany) ; P. C. Mitter, M.A., Ph.D. (Chemistry) ; J. 
Coggin-Brown, M.Sc, F.C.S., F.G.S., and Hemchandra Dasgupta, M.A., 
F.G.S. (Geology). 

The University has also appointed Instrs. in French, German, and 
Pali, as follows : French — G. Le Faucheur. German — R. Friedlieb. 



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Pali— Swami Punnananda Samana and Srijut Benimadhab Baruya, 
B.A. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Most of the instruction preparatory to examns. for the B.A., B.Sc, 
M.B., and B.E. degrees is given in Affiliated Colls, (v. Appendix V), 
but the courses of study followed therein are prescribed by the Univ., 
which has also the largest share in providing for post-grad, teaching. 
The Affiliated Colls, form part of the Univ., to which they are closely 
connected, and together they form the centre of educational activity 
in Bengal. Regns. provide for their inspection once a year by an 
inspector of high academic standing possessing experience of Indian 
Colls. 

Applications for affiliation are, after inquiry, submitted to Govern- 
ment with the opinions of the Senate. A list of the institns. affiliated 
up to or above the B.A. standard is given below. 

Degrees, &c. Arts— B.A., M.A., D.Phil. ; Science— B.Sc, M.Sc, 
D.Sc. ; Teaching— L.T., B.T. ; Law— B.L., M.L., D.L. ; Medicine— M.B., 
M.D., M.S., M.O.,D.P.H. ; Engineering— B.E., D.Sc. (Engineering). 

Non-Collegiate students applying for an order of the Senate under 
sec. 19 of the Act (v. Appendix V) must, in addition to giving special 
reasons for exceptional treatment, satisfy the Syndicate as to their 
good conduct and diligent and regular study and, in the case of a 
science subject for which a practical course is necessary, as to having 
taken such a course in the laboratory of an approved authority. 
Non-Coil, women students are admitted to the Interm. examn. in Arts 
or Sc. and the B.A. without a special order of the Senate if they 
satisfy the Syndicate on the points above mentioned. 

Arts and Science. Candidates for the B.A. or B.Sc. degree take 
after Matricn. (the min. age for admission to which is 16) a 2 yrs. 
course leading to the Interm. examn. in Arts or Sc, as the case maybe. 
After passing this they take a further 2 yrs. course leading to the 
B.A. or B.Sc. If after passing the Interm. examn. in Arts a student 
wishes to proceed to the B.Sc. he enters the 2nd yr. of the Interm. 
in Sc. course, and vice versa. Having passed the Interm. examns. 
both in Arts and in Sc, he may then take the B.A. and B.Sc. courses 
concurrently and reach the B.A. and B.Sc. in 5 yrs. from Matricn. 
The compulsory subjects for the B.A. are: (1) Engl.; (2) Vernac 
Composn. Two other subjects must be taken, of which 1 must belong 
to the following group : Hist., a Lang., Maths., Ment. and Mor. Philos., 
Pol. Econ. and Pol. Philos. ; the other may be one of the following : 
Bot., Chem., Phys., Physiol., Zool. Additional Honours subjects 
include Nat. Theol., Hist, of Philos., special texts and Essay. The 
Pass course may be taken in 4 subjects, or the Pass course in 3 and 
Honours course in 1. The M.A.jdegree may be taken 2 yrs. later, 
after a regular course in the subject selected in a Coll. affiliated in 
that subject up to the M.A. standard or under a Univ. Prof, or Lectr. 



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A private student may, subject to the provisions of sec. 19 (v. Appendix 
V), take theM.A. (except in the B.Sc. subjects) 3 yrs. after the B.A. 
Where no provision exists for a regular course under Univ. Profs, or 
Lectrs. he may take the M.A. 2 yrs. after the B.A. subject to sec. 19. 
Any M.A. placed in the 1st or 2nd class at the M.A. examn. may 3 yrs. 
later present a thesis for the D.Phil. The B.Sc. subjects are : Bot., 
Chem., Geol., Maths., Phys., Physiol., Exper. Psych., and Zool. The 
Pass course may be taken in 3, or the Pass in 2 and Honours in 1. 
The regns. for the M.Sc. and D.Sc. are similar to those for the M.A. 
and D.Phil., except that the only subject in which a private student 
may take the M.Sc. is Maths. 

Teaching. The L.T. may be taken 2 yrs. after the Interm. examn. 
in Arts or Science provided the candidate has, in addition to attending 
a regular course in the Art and Theory of Teaching, undergone practical 
training for 6 mos. in a Training School approved by the Syndicate 
or served as a teacher in a recognized school for 1 yr. The B.T. may, 
subject to a similar proviso, be taken 1 yr. after the B.A. or B.Sc. 

Law. A candidate for the B.L. must, after passing the B.A. or 
B.Sc, prosecute the prescribed 2 yrs. course in a Coll. affiliated in Law, 
passing a Prelim, examn. after the 1st yr. and a Final after the 2nd. 
The M.L. examn. is open to any B.L. The D.L. may be taken by a 
M.L. of 1 yr.'s standing. A thesis is required. 

Medicine. The Prelim. Scientific M.B. examn. may be taken 
after a 1 yr.'s course subsequent to Matricn. This is followed by a 
2 yrs. course in a Coll. of Med. and the 1st M.B. examn. Next, there 
is a 3 yrs. course in a Coll. of Med. leading to the Final M.B. Candidates 
for the M.D. examn. must have had 3 yrs. continuous practice of the 
Med. profession or 2 yrs. hospl. practice ; for the M.S., both the 
professional and hospl. practice. Both periods may be reduced by 
a year in the case of a candidate for the M.D. or M.S. who graduated in 
Med. with Honours in Med. or Surg., as the case may be. For the 
M.O. examn. the conditions are the same as for the M.D., with the 
addition of 6 mos. clin. instruction in an Obst. and Gynsec. Hospl. or 
ward and personal charge of 20 cases of labour. 

The D.P.H. examn. may be taken by any M.B. who subsequent to 
passing his M.B. has attended a contagious diseases hospl. or ward 
during 3 mos. and a 6 mos. approved course of laboratory instruction, 
and spent 6 mos. in acquiring practical knowledge of the duties of 
Public Health Administration. 

Engineering. A candidate for the B.E. must first pass the 
Interm. examn. in Arts or Science. This is followed by a 2 yrs. course 
in a Coll. of Engin., after which the Interm. examn. in Engin. must 
be taken. Next follows a 2 yrs. course in class, lab., and workshop 
in 1 of the 3 branches, Civ., Mech. and Elec, and Mining, after which 
the B.E. examn. may be taken. For the D.Sc. in Engin. a thesis is 
required and, unless the candidate took a 1st class in the B.E., an 
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Scholarships, &c., for Graduates. Among the numerous scholar- 
ships, medals, and prizes awarded for the encouragement of post-grad, 
study are: 12 of Rs.32 p.m. and 1 of Rs.14 p.m., awarded on the 
results of the B.A. and B.Sc. examns. ; 5 gold medals and 2 prizes of 
Rs.500 on the results of the M.A. and M.Sc. ; 2 gold medals and 2 prizes 
of Rs.350 for research in Arts and Science subjects ; a gold medal and 
Rs.750 for research in Law ; 2 studentships of Rs.1400 for research in 
Literature and Science respectively, open to Masters and Doctors of 
this Univ. ; Rs.50 p.m. for research in Med. ; Rs.30 p.m. for Elec. or 
Mining Engin. students ; Rs.900 for advanced study in Science or 
Letters ; grads. who have passed the examn. for the M.A. or M.Sc. 
degree or taken Honours in the B.A. or B.Sc. and are under 22 yrs. 
of age are allowed to compete for the Govt, of India Scholarships of 
^200 p. a., tenable for 3 yrs. in England, which are placed at the disposal 
of the Indian Univs. in rotation. 

Residential Facilities. The regns. provide that every student 
reading in an affiliated Coll. for a Univ. examn. who does not reside 
with parents or other legal guardian or a guardian appointed by the 
Principal shall reside in the Coll. or in lodgings approved by his Coll. 

Women are admitted to Univ. examns., and may, if they so desire, 
be examined in a separate place under the superintendence of ladies 
(see above also — " Degrees "). 

Publications. The Calendar (Part I, price Rs.2, contains Acts 
and Rules ; Part II, Rs.3, constitution of the Senate, &c, lists of 
Professors, &c, and of affiliated institns., endowments, textbooks, 
rules for examns., &c. ; Part III, Rs.2, lists of grads. and undergrads. ; 
Part IV, Rs.2, examn. papers) ; Univ. Studies, being prize essays and 
theses, &c, issued separately. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received, (i) Sir Taraknath Palit's gift, worth over 
Rs.14, 00, 000. Out of the income derivable from this endowment 2 
chairs will be maintained, 1 for Physics and the other for Chemistry. 
On the land which forms part of the gift and which lies at a short 
distance from the Senate House the Univ. will build a laboratory. 
Rs. 1,00,000 will be set apart for the founding of a scholarship to be 
awarded to a distinguished grad. of high character to enable him to 
proceed to some foreign Univ. for the purpose of advanced study and 
research in some special branch of Science. It is expressly stated in 
the trust-deed that the object of the donor is the promotion and 
diffusion of scientific and technical education and the cultivation and 
advancement of Science, Pure and Applied, among his countrymen by 
and through indigenous agency. The chairs founded by him will 
therefore always be filled by Indians, but the Profs. -elect may, at the 
discretion of the Univ. authorities, be required to receive special 
training abroad before they enter upon the duties of their office. 



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(2) Dr. Rash Behary Ghose's gift of Rs. 10,00,000 for the promotion 
of scientific and technical education and the cultivation and advance- 
ment of Science, Pure and Applied, amongst his countrymen by and 
through indigenous agency. Four Univ. Chairs are to be established — 
for Applied Maths. ; Phys. ; Chem. ; Bot., with special reference to 
Agric. The chairs are to be always filled by Indians (that is, persons 
born of Indian parents). Every Prof. -elect may, in the discretion of 
the Senate, be required to receive special training under specialists 
in Europe, America, Japan, or elsewhere outside India, and will be 
required to carry on original research with a view to extend the bounds 
of knowledge, and to improve the Arts, Industries, Manufactures, and 
Agriculture of this country, and to stimulate and guide research by 
advanced students and, generally, to assist them in post-grad. work. 
Eight studentships of Rs.900 p. a. are to be founded, to be annually 
awarded to distinguished Masters in Arts or Science ; 2 students to 
be attached to each Prof, to carry on investigation under his guidance 
and generally to assist him in his work of original research. The 
Senate is to make adequate provision for Labs., Museums, Work- 
shops, &c, for the due discharge of their duties by the Profs, and the 
students attached to them. 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. D.Ph. — Lt.-Col. Douglas Craven 
Phillott, LA. D.Sc— Prof. Paul Johannes Briihl, F.C.S., F.G.S., 
F.A.S.B. ; Prof. Jagadischandra Bose, C.S.I., CLE., M.A., D.Sc. ; 
Dr. Andrew Russell Forsyth, F.R.S. D.Litt. — Prof. Herman Olden- 
berg. LL.D. — Sir Taraknath Palit, Kt. 

Other Degrees (conferred in March 1913). M.A., 165 ; M.Sc, 
35; B.A., 758 ; B.Sc, 168; D.Sc, 1 ; B.L., 302 ; M.B., 3 ; B.E., 16 ; 
B.T., 37- 

New Buildings. Durbhanga Library, costing over Rs. 6, 00, 000, 
towards which the Maharaja Sir Rameswar Singh contributed 
Rs. 2,50,000 ; Univ. Law Coll. Hostel, costing Rs. 5, 00,000, towards 
which the Govt, of India contributed Rs. 3, 00, 000. Both buildings 
are now completed. The Hostel building includes several examn. 
halls. See also " Benefactions " : detailed plans and an estimate are 
under preparation for the proposed Univ. Coll. of Science. 

New Affiliations. Bankipur, B.N. Coll., Chem. (B.A. Pass), 
from 1912-13 ; Bankura, W.M. Coll., Engl. (B.A. Hon.), Sansk. (B.A. 
Hon.), from 1911-12 ; Berhampur, Krishnath Coll., Bot. (LA. and 
LSc), from 1911-12 ; Calcutta, Bangabasi Coll., Engl. (B.A. Hon.), 
from 1912-13 ; Calcutta, Indian Assocn. for the Cultivation of Science, 
Bot. (B.Sc. Pass), from 191 2-1 3 ; Calcutta, Pres. Coll., Chem. and 
Phys. (M.A. and M.Sc), from June 191 1, and Pali (B.A. Hon), from 
1 91 2.- 1 3 ; Chittagong Coll., Maths. (B.A. and B.Sc. Hon.), Chem. 
(B.A. and B.Sc. Pass), from 191 2-1 3 ; Daulatpur Hindu Academy, 
Bot. (LA. and LSc), from 1912-13 ; Rajshahi Coll., Pol. Econ. and 
Pol. Philos. (B.A. Pass), from 1911-12 ; Rangoon Coll., Phys. (LA. and 



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I.Sc), from 191 2-1 3 ; Rangoon, Bapt. Coll., Maths. (I. A.), from 
1912-13. 

Additions to Library. Rs. 1,00,000 has been set apart for pur- 
chase of books and furniture ; the following are among the more 
important of the acquisitions of the past year : A complete set of the 
Tibetan Tengyur in 223 vols., with 2 index vols. ; Kengyur, 101 vols. ; 
Reports of the Industrial Commission, U.S.A., &c, from Washington ; 
Sanskrit works, including the S. Indian revisions of the " Ramayana " 
and the " Mahabharata, " published at Kombakonum ; the memorial 
edition of the works of Sri Sankaracharyya ; the private Library of 
Dr. P. Briihl, consisting of rare scientific works and journals. 

AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS 

There are Colls, recognized in Degree courses at Bankipur, Bankura, 
Barisal, Berhampur, Bhagalpur, Calcutta, Chittagong, Cooch-Behar, 
Dacca, Gauhati, Hazaribagh, Hughli, Katak, Krishnagar, Muzafferpur, 
Patna, Rajshahi, Rangoon, Sibpur. 

[A, affiliated in Arabic ; B, Botany ; C, Chem. ; G, Geol. ; H, 
Hist. ; M, Maths. ; Pa, Pali ; Pe, Persian ; P.E, Pol. Econ. ; Ph, 
Philos. (Ment. and Mor.) ; Ps, Physics ; PP, Pol. Econ. and Pol. 
Philos. ; Py, Physiol. ; S, Sansk. All Colls, affiliated up to the B.A. 
standard are affiliated in English and Vernacular Composition.] 

Bankipur, Behar National College. C, H, M, Pe, Ph, PP, S, up to 
B.A. Principal, and Prof, of Philos. — Debendranath Sen, M.A. 
Number of students in B.A. Classes, 46. Number of B.A. passes in 
1912-13, 14. There is a hostel for 50 Hindu and Mohammedan students. 

Bankura, Wesleyan College. M, Pe, PP, S, up to B.A. Principal, 
and Lectr. in Engl. — A. E. Brown, M.A., B.Sc. Lond. Number of 
students in B.A. Classes, 28. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 18. 

Barisal, Brajamohan Institution. M, Pe, Ph, S, up to B.A. 
President — E. L. Strong, M.A. ; Offg. — J. E. Roy. Number of 
students in B.A. Classes, 47. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 39. 
There is a boarding-house for 50 students controlled by a member of 
the staff. 

Berhampur, Krishnath College. C, H, M, Ph, Ps, PP, S, up to 
B.A. and B.Sc. Principal— E. M. Wheeler, M.A. ; Prof, of Philos.— 
♦Hiralal Haider, M.A., Ph.D. Number of students in the B.A. Class, 
138 ; B.Sc, 34. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 84 ; B.Sc, 24. 
There is a hostel controlled by the Principal. 

Bhagalpur, Tejnarayan Jubilee College. C, H, M, Pe, Ph, PP, S, 
up to B.A. Principal, and Prof, of Engl. Lit. — Narendranath Ray, M.A. 
Number of students in B.A. Classes, 42. Number of B.A. passes in 
191 2-13, 26. A hostel is attached. 

* University Lecturer, 191 3-14. 



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Calcutta, Bangabasi College. B, C, H, M, Ps, PP, S, up to B.A- 
and B.Sc. Principal— G. C. Bose, M.A., M.R.A.C., M.R.A.S., F.H.A.S. 
Number of students in B.A. Class, 44 ; B.Sc, 37. Number of B.A. 
passes in 1912-13, 31 ; B.Sc, 16. 

Calcutta, Bethune College (Girls). H, Ph, S, up to B.A. Pre- 
sident — The Director of Pub. Instrn. ; Principal, and Prof, of Engl. 
Lit. — Mrs. Kumudini Dass, B.A. Number of students in B.A. Class, 7. 
Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 5. 

Calcutta, Bishop's College (S.P.G.). H, M, Ph, S, up to B.A. 
Principal — R. Gee, M.A. Ox. Number of students in B.A. Class. 8. 
Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 4. Only Christians are admitted. 

Calcutta, City College. C, H, M, Pe, Ph, Ps, PP, S, up to B.A. 
Principal — *Herambachandra Maitra, M.A. ; Vice- Principal — Kali- 
prasanna Chattoraj, M.A. Number of students in B.A. Class, 248. 
Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 143. 

Calcutta, David Hare Training College (Govt.). Affiliated up to 
B.T. Principal, and Prof, of Method— W. E. Griffith, M.A. Ox. ; 
Visiting Prof, of Psychology — W. C. Wordsworth, M.A. Ox. Other 
Profs, and Masters of Method — Chintaharan Chakravarti, M.A., B.T. ; 
Bana Bilas Ray, M.A., B.T. Number of students from Govt, insti- 
tutions limited to 24. Number of students in B.T. Class, 25. 
Number of passes in 191 2-1 3 (B.T.), 22. There is a hostel under the 
direct control of the Principal. 

Calcutta, Diocesan Mission Girls' School. H, M, PP, up to B.A. 
Under the management of the Community of St. John Baptist. Sister 
Superintendent — Mary Victoria. Number of students in B.A. Class, 
8. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 7. 

Calcutta, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, 210 
Bow Bazar St. B. President — The Lieut.-Govr. of Bengal. Hon. Secy. 
— Amrita Lai Sircar, I. M.S., F.C.S. 

Calcutta, London Missionary Society's Institution, Bhowanipur. 
Training Dept. affiliated up to L.T. Principal, and Prof, of Engl, and 
Ment. and Mor. Philos. — A. Warren, B.A. ; Prof, of Pedagogy — C. 
Headland, B.Sc, A.R.C.S. Number of students in L.T. Class, 7. 
Number of L.T. passes in 1912-13, 2. 

Calcutta, Medical College of Bengal. Affiliated up to M.B. 
Number of admissions yearly generally 120. Number of students in 
M.B. Classes, 395. Number of passes in M.B. 191 2-1 3, 225. Principal, 
and Prof, of Principles and Practice of Medicine — Lt.-Col. J. T. Calvert, 
M.B. Lond., M.R.C.P. Lond., D.P.H. Camb., I.M.S. Other Professors : 
Anat. — Diwan Bahadur Hira Lai Basu, F.R.F.P.S. Glas. ; Bot. and 

* University Lecturer, 191 3-14. 






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Zool.— Capt. R. E. Lloyd, M.D., D.Sc, I.M.S. ; Chem. and Phys.— 
Capt. F. M. Windsor, I.M.S. ; Dentistry — J. Hardy Taylor, L.D.S. ; 
Hygiene — Capt. A. M. Jukes, M.D., I.M.S.; Mat. Med. and Clin. 
Med.—Lt.-Co\. B. H. Deare, I.M.S. ; Med. Jurispr. —Major O. St. J. 
Moses, I.M.S. ; Midw.— Lt.-Col. C. R. M. Green, M.D., F.R.C.S., D.P.H., 
I.M.S. ; Ophth. Med. and Surg.— Lt.-Col. F. P. Maynard, M.B., D.P.H., 
F.R.C.S., I.M.S. ; Path.— Major L. Rogers, M.D.^F.R.C.S., F.R.C.P., 
I.M.S. ; Physics — Babu Tulsidas Kar ; Physiol. — Major D. McCay, 
M.D., I.M.S. ; Practical Class in Clin. Methods — Capt. J. D. Sandes ; 
Surgery, Principles of— Lt.-Col. R. Bird, M.D., F.R.C.S., I.M.S. ; 
Surgery, Clinical and Operative — Lt.-Col. C. R. Stevens, M.D., F.R.C.S., 
I.M.S. 

Calcutta, Metropolitan Institution. C, H, M, Pa, Ph, Ps, PP, S, 
up to B.A. and B.Sc Principal — Saradaranjan Ray, Vidyavinoda, 
M.A. ; Vice-Principal — *J. R. Banerjee, M.A., B.L. ; Prof, of Phys. — 
*B. C. Ghose, M.A., M.B., Ch.B. Number of students in B.A. Classes, 
265 ; B.Sc, 30. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 69 ; B.Sc, 16. 

Calcutta, Presidency College. A, C, G, H, M, Pa, Pe, Ps, Py, PP, 
S : up to M.A. in C, English (Group A), H, M (mixed), Pe, Ps, PP ; up 
to B.A. and B.Sc in others. Maintained by Govt. Number of 
undergrads. limited to 650, and of admissions to Phys. and Chern* 
Classes to 10. Principal — H. R. James, M.A. Ox. Other Professors : 
Engl. Lit.—*T. S. Sterling, M.A. Camb. ; *J. W. Holme, M.A. Liv. ; 
R. N. Gilchrist, M.A. Aberd. ; M. Ghose, B.A. Ox. ; *Profullachandra 
Ghosh, M.A. ; Amulyadhan Banerjee, M.A. ; Nikhilnath Maitra, M.A. 
Ment. and Mor. Philos. and Logic — *Adityanath Mukherjee, M.A., 
Ph.D. ; Khagendranath Mitra, M.A. (Offg.). Hist.—E. F. Oaten, 
M.A. Ox. ; *J. N. Das Gupta, B.A. Ox. ; Upendranath Ghosal, M.A. 
Pol. Econ. and Pol. Philos. — W. C. Wordsworth, M.A. ; *J. C. Coyajee, 
M.A., LL.B. Sansk., Pali, and Bengali — *Asutosh Sastri, M.A. ; 
Nilmani Chakravarti, M.A. ; Harihar Banerjee, M.A. Arabic and 
Persian — Shams-ul-Ulama Mirza Ashraf Ali ; Maulavi Hedayat 
Hossain. Maths, and Astron. — C. E. Cullis, M.A., Ph.D. (on leave) ; 
D. N. Mallik, B.A., Sc.D., F.R.S.E. ; Saradaprasanna Das, M.A. (on 
deputation) ; *Syamadas Mukherji, M.A. (on deputation) ; £Raghupaty 
Ghatak, M.A. (Offg.) ; Hemchandra Sen Gupta, M.A. ; Bankimdas 
Banerjee, M.A. Phys.— J. C. Bose, CLE., M.A., D.Sc. ; C. W. Peake, 
M.A. ; E. P. Harrison, M.A., Ph.D. Chem.— P. C. Ray, D.Sc Edin., 
F.C.S., Ph.D. Cal. ; Jyotibhusan Bhaduri, M.A., F.C.S. Physiol. — 
*S. C. Mahalanobis, B.Sc, F.R.S.E. Geol. — E. Vredenburg, B.Sc, 
F.C.S. And 19 Assts. and Demrs. Number of students, 973. Number 
of passes in 191 2-1 3, 209. Eden Hostel for Hindus has accommodation 
for 260 ; Mohammedan students enjoy certain privileges in considera- 
tion of certain classes of the Calc Madrassa attending lectures in the 
ColL 

Calcutta, Ripon College. C, H, M, Pe, Ph, Ps, PP, S, up to 
B.A. and B.L. Principal — Janakinath Bhattacharyya, M.A., B.L. 

* University Lecturer, 191 3-14. 



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Professors — J. M. Kanjilal, M.A., B.L. ; R. C. Sen, Bar.-at-Law. Asst. 
Professors — Haranchandra Banerji, M.A., B.L. ; Nagendranath Ghosh, 
M.A., B.L. ; Lalitmohan Mukherji, M.A., B.L. ; Gangadhar Mukherji, 
B.L. ; Brajendranath Chatter ji, M.A., B.L. 

General Department of Ripon College. Principal, and Prof, of Phys. 
Science — Ramendra Sundar Trevedi, M.A. 

Calcutta, Sanskrit College. H, Ph, S, up to B.A. Students also 
prepared for Sansk. Title examn. Number of students in B.A. Classes, 
187. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 97. Principal, and Prof, of 
Oriental Langs. — *Mahamahopadhyay Satischandra Acharyya, Vidya- 
bhusan, M.A., Ph.D., M.R.A.S., F.A.S.B. Other Univ. Lectrs., 1913-14 
— *Maha. Tarkadarsanthirtha (Nyaya); *Maha. P. Tarkabhushan 
(Hindu Law) ; *Pandit R. Vidyabhushan (Hindu Law and Rhetoric); 
*Pt. Lakshman Sastri (Vedanta) ; *Pt. Bahuballabh Sastri (Veda and 
Grammar) ; *Pt. T. Vyakaranacharyya (Panini and Vedanta) ; *Pt. 
Muralidhur Banerjee, M.A. (Sansk.) ; *Pt. Smritikantha Vachaspati 
(Hindu Law). 

Calcutta, Scottish Churches College. C, H, M, Ph, Ps, PP, S : 
up to M.A. and M.Sc. in Ment. and Mor. Philos. and Pure Maths. ; to 
B.A. and B.Sc. in others. The General Assembly's Institn. and Duff 
Coll. were united under the above designation in 1908. The Coll. 
works under the Scot. Churches Mission with a Council in Calc. and 
Board of Trustees in Edin. Principal, and Prof, of Chemistry — J. 
Watt, M.A., F.C.S. Other Professors : English— G. Bruce, M.A. (on 
leave); J. C. Scrimgeour, M.A. (on leave); A. Mauchline, M.A., B.D. ; 
J. McWilliam, M.A., B.D. ; A. Cameron, M.A. Philos.— H. Stephen, 
M.A. ; W. S. Urquhart, M.A. Maths.— A. Thomson, M.A. ; Gauri- 
sankar -De, M.A., B.L. ; *Indubhusan Brahmachari, M.A. Hist. — 
Adharchandra Mukerjee, M.A., B.L. ; S. K. Ray, M.A. Sansk. — 
Behari Lai Banerji, M.A. ; Nanda Lai Bhattacharyya. Sansk. and 
Bengali — Kalipada Mukerji. Pol. Econ. and Pol. Philos. — J. C. Kydd, 
M.A. ; Kausiknath Bhattacharyya, M.A. Chem. — B. C. Dutt, M.A. 
Phys.— J. C. Ghosh, M.A. ; Rajani Kanta De, M.A., B.Sc. And 
7 Assts. to Profs, and Tutors. Number of students in the B.A. Classes, 
198 ; B.Sc, 47. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 141 ; B.Sc, 37. 
There are 4 hostels, of which 1 is primarily for Christians. 

Calcutta, 5/. Xavier's College (S.J.). C, M, Ps, up to B.Sc. 
Students of other religious persuasions are admitted. Rector, and 
Prefect of Studies — E. O'Neill, S.J. Number of students in B.Sc. 
Classes, 1912-13, 31. Number of B.Sc. passes in 1912-13, 21. 

Calcutta, The University Law College. Principal — Satischandra 
Bagchi. B.A., LL.B. Camb., LL.D. Dub., Bar.-at-Law. Professorsf — 
Bejoykishore Acharyya, B.A., LL.B. Edin., (B), Tagore Prof. ; 

* University Lecturer, 191 3-14. 

t (B) = Bar.-at-Law; (V)= Vakil, High Court. 



CALCUTTA 8 1 

Karunamay Basu, M.A., B.L., (V); *Manmathanath Basu, M.A. 
Camb., (B); Sibaprasanna Bhattacharyya, B.A., (V); Sudhansumohan 
Bose, M.A., LL.B. Camb., (B) ; *S. Khoda Bux, M.A., B.C.L. Ox., (B) ; 
Brajalal Chakrabarti, M.A., B.L., (V); Hiralal Chakrabarti, M.A., 
B.L., (V); Mohinimohan Chakrabarti, M.A., B.L., (V); *Praphulla- 
kumar Chakrabarti, M.A. Camb., (B) ; Brajendranath Chatterjee, M.A., 
B.L., (V); Haraprasad Chatterjee, M.A., B.L., (V); Mohinimohan 
Chatterjee, M.A., B.L., (V); Pramathanath Chatterjee, M.A., (B); 
Pramathanath Datta, M.A., B.L., (B) ; Samatulchandra Datta, M.A., 
B.L., (V), Tagore Prof. ; Surendranath Datta, M.A., LL.B. Edin., (B) ; 
Haricharan Ganguli, M.A., B.L., (V); Batukrishna Ghose, M.A., B.L., 
(B) ; Umeschandra Ghosh, M. A., B.L., (V) ; *Nagendranath Gupta, 
M.A. Ox., (B); Manindranath Kanjilal, M.A., LL.B. Camb., (B) ; 
Saratchandra Lahiri, M.A., B.L., (V); Birajmohan Majumdar, M.A., 
B.L., (V); Nagendranath Mitra, M.A., B.L., (V); Jatindranath Mitter, 
M.A., (B); Prithwiraj Mitter, B.A., (B) ; Asutosh Mookerjee, M.A., 
B.L., (V); Baranasibasi Mookerjee, M.A., B.L., (V); Lalitmohan 
Mookerjee, M.A., B.L., (V) ; J ogendranath Mookerjee, M.A., B.L., (V); 
Muhammad Mustafa Khan, M.A., B.L., (V); Haradhan Nag, M.A., 
B.L., (V); Subodhchandra Ray, B.A., LL.B. Camb., (B) ; Jyotiprasad 
Sarbadhikari, M.A., B.L., (V); Krishnaprasad Sarbadhikari, M.A., 
B.L., (V); Gunadacharan Sen, M.A., B.L., (V); Harendranath Sen, 
M.A., B.L., (B); Nirmalchandra Sen, M.A., (B); Nisitchandra Sen, 
B.A., (B); Nareschandra Sengupta, M.A., M.L., (V). Number of 
students, 1913, 1765. Number of passes, 1913, 714- A hostel is 
attached to the Coll. 

Chittagong College. A, H, M, Pa, S, Pe, up to B.A. Supported 
by Govt, and under control of the Director of Pub. Instrn. Principal, 
and Prof, of Engl. — F. C. Turner, M.A. A Hindu hostel is attached. 
Number of students in B.A. Classes, 1912-13, 20. Number of B.A. 
passes, 1 91 2-1 3, 16. 

Cooch-Behar, Victoria College. H, M, Ph, PP, S, up to B.A. 
Principal — Jaygopal Banerjee, M.A. ; Prof, of Hist, and Econ. — 
♦Subodhchandra Mukerjee, M.A. Number of students in B.A. Classes, 
22. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 16. There is a hostel under 
the control of the Principal. 

Dacca College. A, C, H, M, Pe, Ph, Ps, PP, S : up to M.A. in 
English (Group B) ; up to B.A. and B.Sc. in others ; and up to B.L. 
Supported by Govt, and under control of the Director of Publ. Instrn. 
Principal — W. A. J. Archbold, M.A., LL.B. Professors : Engl. Lit. — 
J. R. Barrow, B.A. ; Egerton Smith, M.A. ; Satyendra Nath Bhadra, 
M.A. ; Padmini Bhusan Rudra, M.A. Maths. — J. M. Bottomley, 
B.A. ; Kalipada Basu, M.A. ; Nareshchandra Ghose, M.A. Hist. — 
R. B. Ramsbotham, B.A. ; Aswinikumar Mukhopadhyay ; G. F, 
Shirras, M.A. (on deputation) (H. and Pol. Econ.). Pol, Econ. — *T. T. 
Williams, B.A. (acting) ; Sachindrachandra Das Gupta, M.A* Sansk. 

* University Lecturer, 191 3-14. 



82 CALCUTTA 

— Bidhubhusan Goswami, M.A. Chem. — *E. R. Watson, M.A., B.Sc. ; 
*B. N. Das, M.A. CaL, B.Sc. Lond. ; Haridas Saha, M.A. Phys.— 
A. Macdonald, M.A. ; D. B. Meek, M.A. ; Surendranath Ghosh, M.A. 
Phys. and Chem. — Bawa Kartar Singh, B.A. Philos. — Abinash- 
chandra Majumdar, M.A. Arabic and Pers. — M. Musharraf-ul-Hukk, 
Ph.D. ; Maulvi Muhammed Irfan, M.A. And 3 Demrs., 2 Lab. Assts., 
and Resident Assistant Surgeon. There is a hostel for 206 students 
under the control of the Principal. 

Law College. Vice-Principal — Moazam Ali, B.A. Ox., Bar.-at-Law. 
Lecturers — Rai Iswarchandra Ghose, Bahadur, B.L. ; A. Kabir, Bar.- 
at-Law. 

Number of students in the B.A. Classes, 138 ; B.Sc, 32 ; M.A., 9 ; 
B.L., 250. Number of passes in 1912-13, B.A., 87 ; B.Sc, 20 ; M.A., 
4 ; B.L., 107. 

Dacca, Jagannath College. M, Pe, Ph, S, up to B.A. Principal — 
Lalitmohan Chatterjee. Number of students in B.A. Class, 104. 
Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 64. There is a hostel under the 
control of the Principal. 

Dacca, Government Training College. Affiliated up to B.T. 
Principal — E. E. Biss, M.A. Vice-Principal — J. A. Taylor, M.Sc 
Birm. Professors — Joygopal De, B.A. ; Monoranjan Mitra, B.A., 
B.T. Lecturers — Nogendranath Majumdar, M.A. ; Maulvi Kazi 
Imdadul Huq, B.A. There are 1 Hindu and 1 Mohammedan hostel, 
accommodating 40 students in all. Number of students, 23. Number 
of B.T. passes, 22. 

Gauhati, Cotton College. A, H, M, Pe, Ph, S, up to B.A. Principal, 
and Prof, of English — F. W. Sudmersen, B.A. Prof, of Maths. — 
*Haridas Bagchi, M.A. A Govt. Coll. under control of the Director of 
Pub. Instrn. There are separate hostels for Hindus and Mohammedans 
under the control of the Principal. Number of students in B.A. 
Class, 22. Number of B.A. passes in 191 2-13, 19. 

Hazaribagh, St. Columba's (Dublin University Mission) College. 
H, M, Pe, Ph, PP, S, up to B.A. Principal and Headmaster — 
P. L. Singh, M.A. Number of students in B.A. Class, 21. Number of 
B.A. passes in 1912-13, 16. 

Hughli College. H, M, Pe, S, up to B.A. Maintained by Govt, 
and under control of Director of Pub. Instrn. Offg. Principal, and Prof, 
of Maths. — Saradaprasanna Das, M.A. Other Professors — *Bipin- 
bihari Sen, M.A. (Engl. Lit, and Hist.) ; *Bhagabatkumar Goswami, 
Sastri, M.A. Number of students in B.A. Class, 20. Number of 
B.A. passes in 1912-13, 11. There are 2 hostels, 1 for Hindus and 
1 for Mohammedans. 

Katak, Ravenshaw College. C, M, Pe, Ph, S, up to B.A. Sup- 
ported by Govt, and under control of the Director of Pub. Instrn. 

* University Lecturer, 1913-14. 



CALCUTTA 83 

Principal, and Prof, of Maths.— R. W. F. Shaw, M.A. There are 

2 Hindu hostels, with accommodation for 100 students, under the 

control of the Principal. Number of students in B.A. Class, 45. 
Number of B.A. passes, 1912-13, 32. 

Krishnagar College. C, H, M, Ps, S, up to B.A. and B.Sc. Under 
the control of the Director of Pub. Instrn. Offg. Principal, and Prof, 
of Engl. Lit. — Satischandra De, M.A., B.L. There is a Hindu hostel 
under the direct control of the Principal. Number of students in 
B.A. Class, 9 ; B.Sc, 10. Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 6 ; 
B.Sc, 8. 

Muzafferpur, Bhumihav Brahman College. A, H, M, Pe, PP, S, 
up to B.A. Principal — Purnachandra Raychudhuri, M.A., B.L. 
Number of students in B.A. Class, 18. Number of B.A. passes in 
1912-13, 12. ^ 

Patna Government College. A, C, H, M, Pe, Ps, PP, S, up to B.A. 
and B.Sc. Principal— C. Little, M.A. Prof, of Hist.— *Jadunath 
Sarkar, M.A. Prof, of Pol. Econ. and Pol. Philos. — *C. Russell, M.A. 
Number of students in B.A. Classes, 51 ; B.Sc, 9. Number of B.A. 
passes in 1912-13, 41 ; B.Sc, 7. There are hostels for 43 Hindus and 
23 Mohammedans. 

Patna Government Law College. Affiliated up to B.L. Under 
control of the Director of Public Instruction. Principal — Atma Ram, 
B.L. Professors — Maulvi Syed Zain Uddin, B.L., Vakil ; Ragho 
Prasad, B.L., Vakil ; Dhanush Dhari Prasad Sinha, M.A., B.L. 
Number of students in B.L. Class, 88. Number of B.L. passes in 
191 2-1 3, 47. There is a hostel under direct control of the Principal. 

Patna Government Training College. Affiliated up to L.T. Number 
of students limited to 12. Admission restricted to Teachers of Govt. 
Schools deputed for training. Principal, and Prof, of Educn. and 
Engl. — J. H. Thickett, M.A. Camb. Number of students in L.T. 
Class, 7. Number of L.T. passes in 191 2-1 3, 6. There is a hostel 
under the supervision of one of the Profs. 

Raj shah 1 Government College. A, C, H, M, Pe, Ph, Ps, S, up to 
B.A. and B.Sc Under control of Director of Pub. Instrn. Principal, 
and Prof, of Phys. Science — Rai Kumudinikanta Banerjee, Bahadur, 
M.A. Number of students in B.A. Class, 79 ; B.Sc, 34. Number of 
B.A. passes in 1912-13, 56 ; B.Sc, 21. There are 2 Hindu and 1 
Mohammedan boarding-houses. 

Rangoon College. C, M, Pa, Ph, up to B.A. Principal — M. 
Hunter, M.A., F.C.S. Number of students in B.A. Class, 40. Number 
of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 25. There is hostel accommodation for 
120 students, chiefly Burmese. 

* University Lecturer, 191 3-14 



84 CALCUTTA 

Rangoon Baptist College. H, Ph, up to B.A. Under the American 
Baptist Mission Union. President — E. W. Kelly, M.A., Ph.D. Vice- 
President — D. Gilmore, M.A. Number of students in B.A. Class, 5. 
Number of B.A. passes in 1912-13, 3. 

Sibpur, Civil Engineering College. Affiliated up to B.E. Under 
the control of the Director of Pub. Instrn. The only Coll. affiliated in 
Engin. 40 admissions are made yearly. There is a Dept. of Dyeing 
and Tinctorial Chem. Principal — B. Heaton. Engin. Dept. Professors : 
Civil Engin. and Surveying — T. H. Richardson, B.A., B.A.I. Dub. 
Elec. and Mech. Engin.— W. H.Everett, B.A., B.E. R.U.I. , M.I.M.E., 
M.I.E.E. Elec. Engin. — B. C. Gupta. Mech. Engin. — A. J. Rayner. 
Mining— E. H. Robertson, B.A. (Hon.), M.Sc. Bir., M.I.E.E., F.G.S. 
Maths. — B. B. Banerjee, M.A. Chem. — Kamadacharan Chakrabarti, 
M.A. Phys. — A. Macdonald, M.A. Asst. Prof, of Drawing — J. V. 
Francis. And 3 Demrs. and Assts. 

Tinctorial Dept. Prof, of Tinctorial Chem. — R. N. Sen, M.A. Cal., 
M.Sc. Leeds, F.C.S., Dipl. in Dyeing, Leeds. And an Asst. 

Number of students, 50. Passes in 1912-13, 46. 



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Representatives in Parlia- 
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Proctors 
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Additional Pro-Proctors 

Public Orator 

Registrary 

Librarian 

HEADS OF COLLEGES 



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Rt. Hon. John William Strutt, 

Baron Rayleigh, O.M., M.A., 

Hon. Sc.D. Trin. 
M. R. James, Litt.D. King's. 
Rt. Hon. Thomas de Grey, Baron 

Walsingham, LL.D. Trin. 
Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Sir William 

Rann Kennedy, M.A. Pemb. 

J. F. P. Rawlinson, K.C., LL.M. 

Trin. 
Prof. Sir Joseph Larmor. M.A. 

Joh. 
F. J. Dykes, M.A. Trin. 
S. Gaselee, M.A. Magd. 
T. R. Glover, M.A. Joh. 
T. W. Crafer, M.A. Jes. 

F. H. A. Marshall, Sc.D. Chr. 
J. C. Lawson, M.A. Pemb. 

Sir John E. Sandys, Litt.D. Joh. 

J. N. Keynes, Sc.D. Pemb. 

F. J. H. Jenkinson, M.A. Trin. 



A. E. Shipley, Sc.D. 

E. Atkinson, D.D. 

R. T. Caldwell, LL.D. 

F. H. Marsh, Sc.D., M.C 
P. Giles, Litt.D. 

H. K. Anderson, M.D. 
A. Gray, M.A.* 
M. R. James, Litt.D. 
S. A. Donaldson, D.D. 
W. S. Hadley, M.A. 
Sir A. W. Ward, Litt.D. 

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St. John's 

Sidney-Sussex 

Trinity 

Trinity Hall 

Selwyn (Public Hostel) 



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C. H. W. Johns, Litt.D. 

R. F. Scott, M.A. 

C. Smith, M.A. 

H. M„ Butler, D.D. 

E. A. Beck, M.A. 

J. O. F. Murray, D.D. 



Censor of Non-Collegiate Students — W. F. Reddaway, M.A. King's. 

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GlRTON 

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Principal Miss Stephen. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

(v. also 



AGRICULTURE 

Forestry) 
wood, t. b., m.a.cai. Drapers Prof. 

MACKENZIE, K.J. J., M.A. CHR. LeCTT. 

fay, c. r., m.a. chr. Gilbey Lectr, 

Agric. Botany 

BIFFEN, R. H., M.A. CATH. Prof. 

Agric. Physiology [Lectr. 

MARSHALL, F. H. A., SC.D. CHR. 

ANATOMY (v. also Zool.) 

MACALISTER, A., M.D. JOH. Prof. 

Human Anatomy 

DUCKWORTH, W. L. H., M.D., SC.D. 

jes. (Lectr. in Phys. An- 
throp.) Senr. Demr. 

Rogers, g.f., m.d. cai. Junr.Demr. 

kempson, f. c, m.a. cai. Demr. 

CLARKSON, E. R. T., M.A. SELW. 

Addl. Demr. 

REID, D. G., M.B. EDIN., TRIN. ,, 

Human Anat., Advanced [Lectr. 

BARCLAY-SMITH, E., M.D. DOWN. 

ANTHROPOLOGY, v. Ethnol. 

ARCHEOLOGY [Prof. 

ridgeway, w., sc.d. cai. Disney 

(v. also Class. A . and Palceog.) 



ART 

PRIOR, E.S., M.A. ( 

ASTRONOMY 

EDDINGTON, A. S. 



[Fine Art. 
m. Slade Prof, of 

[Plumian Prof. 

M.A. TRIN. 



Astron. and Geometry 
vacant Lowndean Prof. 

Astrophysics 

NEWALL, H. F., M.A. TRIN. (Dir. of 

Solar Phys. Obs.) Prof. 

STRATTON, F. J. M., M.A. CAI. 

Asst. and Lectr. 

WILSON, C. T. R., M.A. SID. 

Meteor. Phys. Observer. 

BAXANDALL, F. E., A.R.C.SC. 

Solar Physics Observer. 

BUTLER, C. P., A.R.C.SC. 
ROLSTON, W. E. 
MOSS, W. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Palcsog., &c. 
loew, e. a., ph.d. Sandars Reader. 

BIOLOGY [Quick Prof. 

NUTTALL, G. H. F., SC.D. MAGD. 
HINDLE, E., B.A. MAGD. Asst. 

BOTANY (v. also Palceobot.) 

SEWARD, A. C, M.A. JOH. Prof. 

blackman, f. f., m.a. joh. Reader. 

TANSLEY, A. G«, M.A. TRIN. Lectr. 
GREGORY, R. P., M.A. JOH. Lectr. 

brooks, f. t., m.a. emm. Senr. Demr. 
vacant Junr. Demr. 

CHEMISTRY (v. also Metall., 
Physiol.) 

POPE, W. J., M.A. SID. Prof. 

READ, J., M.A, EMM. Asst. 



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SELL, W. J., SC.D. CHR. 

Lectr. and Demr. 

FENTON, H. J. H., SC.D. CHR. 

Lectr. and Addl. Demr. 

DOOTSON, F. W., M.A. TRIN. H. 

2nd Addl. Demr. 
Chemistry, Organic 

RUHEMANN, S., M.A. CAI. Lectr. 

Chem. and Phys. for Hygiene, &>c. 

PURVIS, J. E., M.A. JOH. AND 

corp. Lectr. 



Mechanism and Appl. Mechanics. 

HOPKINSON, B., M.A. TRIN. Prof. 

ETHNOLOGY 

haddon, a. a, sc.d. chr. Reader. 

FORESTRY 

dawson, w., m.a. aberd. Reader. 

hankins, c. Adviser. 

BURDON, E. R., M.A. SID. 

Investigator in Timber. 

LONG, A. P., B.A. JOH. Asst. 



CLASSICAL ARCHEOLOGY GENETICS [Balfour Prof . 

cook, a. b., m.a. qu. Reader, punnett, r. c, m.a. cai. Arthur 



CLASSICS (v. also Langs.) 

PROF. RIDGEWAY (ArchcBOl). 

Brereton Reader . 
Classics, Epigraphy, and 
Dialects 

CAMPBELL, S. G., M.A. CHR. Lectr. 

DIVINITY (v. also Langs- 
Aramaic, &c. ; Religion) 

STANTON, V.H.,D.D. TRIN. Ely Prof . 
BARNES, W. E., D.D. PET. 

Hulsean Prof. 

BETHUNE-BAKER, J. F., D.D. PEMB. 

Lady Margaret Prof. 

BURKITT, F. C, M.A. TRiN, 

Norrisian Prof. 

SWETE, H. B., D.D. CAI. Reg. Prof. 

Eccles. Hist. [Prof. 

GWATKIN, H. M., M.A. EMM. Dixie 

Pastoral Theology 

GREEN, PETER, M.A. JOH. Lectr. 



GEOGRAPHY, Historical and 
Economic 

OLDHAM, H. Y., M.A. KING'S Lectr. 

Regional and Physical 
lake, p., m.a. joh. R.G.S. Lectr. 
(v. also Surveying and Cartog.) 

GEOLOGY (v. also Mineral., 
Palceobot., Palceozool.) 

HUGHES, T. MCK., M.A. CLARE 

Wood war dian Prof. 

REED, F. R. C, SC.D. TRIN. Asst. 

marr, j. e., sc.d. joh. Lectr. 

RASTALL, R. H., M.A. CHR. 

Addl. Demr. 
Petrology 

HARKER, A., M.A. 

Geol.) 

FEARNSIDES, W. G. 



joh. (Demr. in 

Lectr. 

m.a.sid. Demr. 



EDUCATION 

FLETCHER, S. S. F., 



[Lectr.* 

M.A. KING'S 



ENGINEERING 

peake, a. h., m.a. joh. Senr. Demr. 

LANDON, J. W., M.A. SID. 
PEEL, T., M.A. MAGD. „ 

Electrical Engineering 

LAMB, C. G., M.A. CLARE Lectr. 

Mechanical Engineering 

INGLIS, C. E., M.A. KING'S 



Lectr. 

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f Apptd. by Spl. Board of I.C.S. Studies. 



HISTORY (v. also Z)n/.) 
Ancient History 

REID, J. S., LITT.D. CA1« Prof. 

GLOVER, T. R., M.A. JOH. Lectr. 

Indian History [Teacher, f 

MORIARTY, G. B., M.A. PEMB. 

Modern History 

BURY, J. B., M.A. KING'S Prof< 

rose, J. h., litt.d. chr. Reader. 
HYGIENE (v. also Chem.) 

GRAHAM-SMITH, G. S.. M D.. M.A. 

pemb. Le:tr. 



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Portuguese, v. Spanish 
Romance [Reader. 

BRAUNHOLZ, E. G. W., M.A. KING'S 

Russian 

m.a. Lectr.* 



GOUDY, A. P. 

Sanskrit 

RAPSON, E. J 
ROUSE, W. H 



, M. 
D., 



Spanish 

VILLASANTE, 



A. JOH. 
LITT.D. CHR. 

Teacher, f 
[Teacher 4 

J. M., D.L. MADRID 

Span, or Portug. Lang, or Lit. 

FITZMAURICE-KELLY, J., F.B.A. 

Norman Maccoll Lectr. 
Talmudic 
Abrahams, i., m.a. chr. Reader. 

Tamil 
wyatt, j. l., m.a. chr. Teacher.f 
Turkish 

Teacher.* 



Ali Riza Bey 



LANGUAGES and Literature (v. 
also Philol.) 
Anglo-Saxon 

CHAD WICK, H. M., M.A. CLARE 

Elrington and Bos worth Prof. 
Arabic [Sir T. Adams Prof. 

BROWNE, E. G., M.A., M.B. PEMB. 
BEVAN, A. A., M.A. TRIN. 

Lord Almoner's Prof. 

SHAYKH AHMAD ABDUH KHAYRU'D- 

din Teacher.* 

A ramaic 

MCLEAN, N., M.A. CHR. Lectr. 

Bengali 
Anderson, j. d., m.a. cai. Teacher. f 

Burmese 
goss, l. allan, m.a. Teacher.f 

Chinese 

GILES, H. A., M.A. TRIN. Prof. 

English 

MACAULAY, G. C, M.A. TRIN. Lectr. 

English Lit. [K. Ed. VII. Prof. 

QUILLER-COUCH, SIR A. T., M.A. JES. 

German [Schroder Prof. 

BREUL, K., LITT.D. KING'S 
QUIGGIN, E. C, M.A. CAI. Lectr. 

Greek (v. also Classics) 

JACKSON, H., O.M., LITT.D. TRIN. 

Reg. Prof. 

Hebrew 

KENNETT, R. H., D.D. QU. Reg. Prof. 

Hindustani [Teacher . f 

PHILLOTT, LIEUT. -COL. DE C. 

Italian [Teacher. J 

PICCOLI, R., D.LITT. PADUA 

Latin (v. also Classics) 

HOUSMAN, A. E., M.A. TRIN. 

Kennedy Prof. 

Literature 

WARREN, T. H., LITT.D. OX. 

Leslie Stephen Lectr. 
Marathi 
doderet, w. Teacher.f 

Persian [Lectr. 

NICHOLSON, R. A., LITT.D. TRIN. 

* Apptd. by For. Service Students' Committee. 

f Apptd. by Spl. Board of I.C.S. Studies. 

+ Apptd. by Spl. Board for Med. and Mod. Langs 



Prof. 



[Downing Prof. 

LL.D. DOWN. 



LAW 

KENNY, C. S.. 

Civil Law 
vacant Reg. Prof. 

English Law 
hazeltine, h. d., m.a. emm. Reader. 

Indian Law 
macleod, r. h. Teacher.f 

Internal. Law [Whewell Prof. 

OPPENHEIM, L., M.A. TRIN. 

LOGIC, see Philos. 
MATHEMATICS 

LARMOR, SIR JOSEPH, M.P., M.A. 

joh. Lucasian Prof. 

BAKER, H. F., SCD. JOH. 

Cayley Lectr. 

BROMWICH, T. J. I'A., SCD. JOH. 

Lectr. 

GRACE, J. H., M.A. PET. Lectr. 

HERMAN, R. A., M.A. TRIN. Lectr. 
RICHMOND, H. W., M.A. KING'S ,, 

Pure Maths. [Sadleirian Prof. 

HOBSON, E. W., SCD. CHR. 



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MEDICINE and Surgery (v. also 
Hygiene) 

Medical Entomology 
warburton, c, m.a. chr. Demr. 

Medical Jurisprudence 

ANNINGSON, B., M.D. CAI. Lectr. 

Medicine [Downing Prof. 

BRADBURY, J. B., M.D. DOWN. 
DIXON, W. E., M.A. DOWN. Asst. 

LLOYD-JONES,E., M.D.DOWN. Demr. 

Pathology [Prof. 

WOODHEAD, G. SIMS, M.A. TRIN. H. 
COBBETT, L., M.D. TRIN. Lectr. 

Pathology, Special 

STRANGEWAYS, T. S. P., M.A. JOH. 

(Demr. in Path.) 

Huddersfield Lectr. 
Pharmacology 
dixon, w. e., m.a. down. Lectr. 
Physic 

ALLBUTT, SIR T. CLIFFORD, K.C.B., 

m.d. caius Reg. Prof. 

Surgery [Prof. 

MARSH, F. H., SC.D., M.C. DOWN. 
RODERICK, H. B., M.D. EMM. Demr. 

Vaccination [Teacher. 

DEIGHTON, F., M.A., M.B. PET. 

METALLURGY 

HEYCOCK, C. T., M.A. KING'S 

Goldsmiths' Reader. 
MILITARY Studies [Director. 

SCHARLIEB, LIEUT. -COL. W. K. 
LEGGETT, CAPT. R. A. C. L. Lectr. 
COLLEN, MAJOR E. H. E., D.S.O. ,, 

MINERALOGY 

LEWIS, W. J., M.A. TRIN. Prof. 

HUTCHINSON, A., M.A. PEMB. Demr. 

MUSIC 

STANFORD, SIR CHARLES V., MUS.D. 

trin. Prof. 

Form and A nalysis 

ROOTHAM, C. B., MUS.D. JOH. Lectr. 

Harmony and Counterpoint 
wood, c, m.a., mus.d. cai. Lectr. 



ORIENTAL 

and Lit. 



LANGS., v. Lang. 



PALEOBOTANY 

ARBER, E. A. N., SC.D. 



trin. Demr. 



PALAEOGRAPHY (v. also 
Bibliog.) 

MINNS, E. H., M.A. PEMB. Lectr. 



PALM0Z00L0GY 

WOODS, H., M.A. JOH. 



Lectr. 



PHILOLOGY, Comparative 
giles, p., litt.d. emm. Reader. 

PHILOSOPHY (v. also Psych., 
Relig.) 
Mental Philos. and Logic 

WARD, J., SC.D. TRIN. Prof. 

Moral Philos. 

SORLEY, W. R., LITT.D. KING'S 

Knightbridge Prof. 
Moral Science 

MOORE, G. E., LITT.D. TRIN. Lectr. 
JOHNSON, W. E., M.A. KING'S 

Sidgwick Lectr. 
PHYSICS, Experimental 

THOMSON, SIR J. J., O.M., M.A. 

trin. Cavendish Prof. 

SEARLE, G. F. C, SC.D. PET. 

Lectr. and Demr. 

WILSON, C. T. R., M.A. SID. „ 
BEDFORD, T. G., M.A. SID. 

Addl. Demr. 

CROWTHER, J. A., M.A. JOH. Asst. 
THIRKILL, H., M.A. CLARE Asst. 

Nat. Exper. Philos. [sonian Prof. 

DEWAR, SIR JAMES, M.A. PET. Jack- 

mills, w. h., m.a. jes. Demr. 

(v. also Chem. and Engin. — Mech.) 

PHYSIOLOGY (v. also Agric.) 

LANGLEY, J. N., SC.D. TRIN. Prof. 

HARDY, W. B., M.A. CAI. Lectr. 

ANDERSON, H. K., M.D. CAI. Lectr. 
BARCROFT, J., M.A. KING'S 

Senr. Demr. 



cole, s. w., m.a. trin. Junr. Demr. 
lucas, k., sc.d. trin. Addl. Demr. 

MINES, G. R., M.A. SID. 

A dvanced Physiology 

GASKELL, W. H., M.A., M.D. 

trin. h. Lectr. 

SHORE, L. E., M.A., M.D. JOH. ,, 

Chemical Physiology 
hopkins, f. g., m.a. trin. Reader. 

Physiol, of the Senses 
rivers, w. h. r., m.a. joh. Lectr. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

PIGOU, A. C, M.A. KING'S Prof. 

Economics [Girdlers' Lectr. 

KEYNES, J. M., M.A. KING'S 
LAYTON, W. T., M.A. CAI. Lectr. 

PSYCHOLOGY, Exper. (v. also 
Physiol.) 

MYERS, C. S., M.D., SC.D. CAI. 

Director of the Psych. Lab. 

BURT, C, M.A. OX. Asst. 

vacant Demr. 



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RELIGION, Philosophy of 



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Lectr. 



OMAN, J. W., M.A. QU. 

STATISTICS 

YULE, G. UDNY, M.A. JOH. Lectr. 

SURVEYING and Cartography 
wright, c s., m.a., b.sc. Lectr. 

ZOOLOGY and Comp. Anat. 

GARDINER, J. S., M.A. CAI. Prof. 

Advanced Morph. of Vertebrates 

GADOW, H. F., M.A. KING'S Lectr. 

Animal Embryology 

ASSHETON, R., M.A., SC.D. Lectr. 

Animal Morphology 
cooper, c. f., m.a. trin. Demr. 

Comparative Anatomy 
saunders, j. t., m.a. chr. Demr. 

Zoology (v. also Agric, Med. 
Entom., PalcBOZool.) 
shipley, a. e., sc.d. chr. Reader, 

SHEARER, C, M.A. CLARE Lectr. 
BORRADAILE, L. A., M.A. SELW. „ 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Benians, E. A., appointed Local Adviser of Indian Students. 

Candy, Sir Edward T., Teacher in Indian Law, deceased. 

Chadwick, H. M., elected vice Skeat. 

Clarkson, E. R. T., apptd. vice Manners- Smith. 

Collen, Major E. H. E., D.S.O., apptd. Lectr. in Milit. Subjects. 

Cunliffe, N., apptd. Asst. to Supt. of Museum of Zool. 

Darwin, Sir George H., Plumian Prof, of Astron., deceased. 

Dawson, W., apptd. vice Henry. 

Eddington, A. S., Chief Asst., R.O. Greenwich, elected vice Darwin. 

Grane, W. L., apptd. Hulsean Lectr. 

Green, P., apptd. Lectr. in Pastoral Theol. 

Hankins, C, apptd. Adviser in Forestry. 

Hardy, W. B., apptd. Lectr. in Physiol. 

Henry, A., M.A. Cai., Reader in Forestry, resigned on apptmt. to 

Chair in R.C.Sc.I. 
Hindle, E., apptd. Asst. to Quick Prof, of Biol, vice Lewin. 
Keynes, J. M., re-apptd. Girdlers' Lectr. in Economics. 
Loew, E. A., Research Assoc, of Carnegie Inst, of Washington, 

apptd. Sandars Reader in Bibliography. 
Macleod, R. H., apptd. vice Candy. 

Manners-Smith, T., Addl. Demr. of Human Anat., deceased. 
Marshall, F. H. A., apptd. Lectr. in Animal Physiol. (Agric). 



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Mills, W. H., apptd. Demr. to Jacksonian Prof, vice Jones. 

Newall, Prof. H. F., apptd. Dir. of Solar Physics Obs. 

Oman, J. W., apptd. Lectr. in Philos. of Religion. 

Punnett, R. C, Prof, of Biol., elected first Arthur Balfour Prof, of 
Genetics. 

Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur T., elected K. Edw. VII Prof, of Engl. 
Lit. vice Verrall. 

Saunders, J. T., apptd. Demr. of Compar. Anat. 

Scharlieb, Lieut.-Col. W. K., apptd. Dir. of Milit. Studies. 

Searle, W. G., Hon. Keeper of Coins in Fitzwilliam Museum, 
deceased. 

Shearer, C, Lectr. on Exper. Morphol., apptd. Lectr. in Zool. 

Skeat, W. W., Elrington and Bosworth Prof, of Anglo-Saxon, 
deceased. 

Stratton, F. J. M., Asst. in Astrophysics, apptd. Lectr. in Astro- 
physics and Asst. Dir. of Solar Physics Obs. 

Warren, T. H., President of Magd. Coll., Ox., apptd. Leslie Stephen 
Lectr. 



THE COLLEGES 

[Fellows who are also Univ. Profs, are not included in the following 
lists.] 

Christ's College. Founded 1448. Master — A. E. Shipley, 
Sc.D., F.R.S., f Nat. Sciences and Med. 

Fellows : Campbell, S. G., M.A., % Classics ; Cartmell, J. W., M.A., 
f Med. and Mod. Langs. ; Elmslie, W. A. L., M.A. ; Fay, C. R., M.A., 
t % Hist, and Econ. ; Haddon, A. C, Sc.D., F.R.S. ; * McLean, N., 
M.A., t Orient. Langs, and Moral Sciences, % Hebrew ; * Marshall, 

F. H. A., Sc.D., t Agric. ; Mercer, J., M.A., % Maths. ; * Rackham, H., 
M.A., Senior Tutor, f I.C.S. Studies, + Classics ; Valentine- Richards, 
A. V., M.A., Dean, t Theol. 

Other Lecturers : Harris, D. L., M.A., Down., Law ; Rastall, R. H., 
M.A., Nat. Science. 

Clare College. Founded 1326. Master — E. Atkinson, D.D. 

Fellows : Beck, F. G. M., M.A., J Classics and Hist. ; Crick, P. C. T., 
M.A., Dean, J Classics and Theol. ; Gardiner, W., M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S., 
Bursar ; * Mollison, W. L., M.A., J Maths, and Mech. Sciences ; Roberts, 
Ff., B.A., M.B., Supervisor of Med. Students; Thirkill, H., B.A., 
% Phys. and Chem. ; * Wardale, J. R., M.A., % Classics ; Wilson, 

G. H. A., M.A., X Maths. 

Other Lecturers : Brindley, H. H., M.A., Joh., Biol., Zool., and 
Physiol. ; Higgins, A. P., LL.D., Down., Law. There are also Super- 
visors in Bot., Geol., Histr., and Engin. 

Corpus Christi College. Founded 1352. Master — Col. R. T. 
Caldwell, LL.D. 

* Tutor. f Director of Studies. J Lecturer. 



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Fellows : Archdall, H. K., B.A., % Theol. ; Butler, G. G. G., M.A., 
f X Hist. ; Moule, C. W., M.A. ; Pearce, E. C, M.A., Dean ; Pollock, 
C. A. E., M.A., Bursar, $ Maths. ; * Spens, W., MA., f $ Nat. Science ; 
Streane, A. W., D.D. ; von Glehn, L. C., M.A., f Mod. Langs. 

Other Lecturers and Directors of Studies : Butler, R. L., M.A., 
X Classics ; Fay, C. R., M.A., Chr., f Econ. ; Peel, T., M.A., Magd., 
y Mech. Science. 

Downing College. Founded 1800. Master — Prof. Howard Marsh. 
M.A., Sc.D., M.C. 

Fellows : Amos, A., M.A., Bursar, § Agric. Science ; Aston, W. D., 
LL.M., § Law ; Berry, A. J., M.A., § Chem. and Physics ; Green, J. R., 
Sc.D., F.R.S., § Bot. ; Harris, D. L., M.A., § Law ; Saunders, J. C., 
M.A. ; * Widdicombe, J. H., M.A., Dean, § Physiol. 

Other Lecturers and Supervisors : Appleton, A. B., B.A., Anat. ; 
Crafer, T. W., B.D., Theol. and Classics ; French, C. H., M.A., Maths. ; 
Green, G. E., M.A., Cai., Hist. ; Johnson, W. E., M.A., Mor. Science ; 
Layton, W. T., M.A., Cai., Econ. ; Rottenburg, H., M.A., King's, 
Engin. ; Webb, H. A., M.A., Trin., Maths. ; Wyatt, A. J., M.A., Chr., 
Med. and Mod. Langs. 

Emmanuel College. Founded 1584. Master — Peter Giles, Litt.D. 

Fellows : Allcock, W. B., M.A., % Maths. ; Bennett, G. T., M.A., 
Asst. Tutor, % Maths. ; temporarily vacant, % Hebrew ; Day, G. R., 
B.A., % Hist. ; * Greenwood, L. H. G., M.A., X Classics ; Hazeltine, 
H. D., M.A., X Law ; * Head, F. W., M.A., $ Hist. ; Hele, T. S., M.D., 
X Nat. Sciences, Director of Students in Anat. and Physiol. ; Marshall, 
F. H., M.A., X Classics ; Peace, J. B., M.A., Bursar, Director of Students 
in Mech. Sciences ; Phear, S. G., D.D. ; Rose, A., M.A. ; Raven, C. E., 
M.A., Dean, $ Div. ; * Wood, A., M.A., J Nat. Sciences ; * Wood, P. W.; 
M.A., X Maths. 

Other Lecturers : Lamb, W. R. M., M.A., Trin., Classics ; Naylor, 
E. W., Mus.D., Music. 

Other Directors of Students : Brindley, H. H., M.A., Joh., Biol, 
and Zool. ; Fay, C. R., M.A., Chr., Econ. ; Johnson, W. E., M.A., 
King's, Mor. Sciences ; Moss, C. E., B.A., Bot. ; Read, J., M.A., Chem. ; 
Vernon, R. D., B.A., Geol. ; Wyatt, A. J., M.A., Chr., Mod. Langs. 

Gonville and Caius College. Founded 1348. Master — H. K. 
Anderson, M.D., F.R.S. President— J. Venn, Sc.D., F.R.S. 

Fellows : Brooke, Z. N., M.A., || Hist. ; * Buckland, W. W., M.A., 
|| Law ; Bullough, E., M.A. ; * Cameron, J. F., M.A., || Maths, and 
Engin. ; Compton, R. H., M.A. ; Fryer, J. C. F., M.A. ; Gallop, E. G., 
M.A., || Maths. ; Gross, E. J., M.A. ; * Hardy, W. B., M.A., || Physiol. ; 
Layton, W. T., M.A., || Econ. ; Lendrum, W. T., M.A., || Classics ; 
Lock, J. B., M.A., Bursar ; McNair, A. D., LL.M., || Law ; Quiggin, 
E. C, M.A., || Modern and Celtic Langs. ; Stratton, F. J. M., M.A., 
|| Maths. ; Wood, C, Mus.D., || Music. 

* Tutor. J Director of Studies. J Lecturer. 

§ Lecturer and Supervisor. || Lecturer and Director of Studies. 






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Other Lecturers, Assistant Lecturers, and Directors of Studies : 
Brindley, H. H., M.A., Joh., Biol. ; Cook, S. A., M.A., Heb. and Syriac ; 
Cooper, C. F., M.A., Trin., Zool. ; d'Arcy, R. F., M.A., Physics ; Green, 
G. E., M.A., Hist. ; Johnson, W. E., M.A., King's, Mor. Sciences and 
Exper. Psychol. ; Jones, A. S. Duncan, M.A., Div. ; Myers, C. S., M.D., 
Sc.D., Mor. Sciences and Exper. Psychol. ; Roth, G. J., Lector in French ; 
Walker, W. W., M.A., Chr., Classics. 

Jesus College. Founded 1496. Master — Arthur Gray, M.A., 
Lectr. in Classics. 

Fellows : Abbott, E., M.A., J Classics ; Cockerell, S. C, M.A. ; 
Duckworth, W. L. H., M.D., Sc.D., Asst. Tutor, % Nat. Sciences; 
Duke, W. H., M.A., J Classics ; Elliott, C. A., M.A., Asst. Tutor, 
J Hist. ; Foakes- Jackson, F. J., D.D., Asst. Tutor, J Theol. ; Goodwin, 
J. H. H., M.A., J Maths. ; Mills, W. H., M.A., t Chern. and Physics; 
Watt, J. C, M.A., J Maths. ; * Welsh, W., M.A., J Maths. 

Other Directors of Studies : Alston, L., M.A., Chr., Econ. ; Braun- 
holtz, E. G. W., M.A., King's, Mod. Langs. ; Fay, C. R., M.A., Chr., 
Econ. ; Landon, J. W., M.A., Sid., Mech. Sciences ; Rendell, W. R., 
M.A., Trin. H. and Jes., Law ; Wyatt, A. J., M.A., Chr., Mod. Langs. 

King's College. Founded 144 1. Provost — M.R.James, Litt.D., 
F.B.A. Vice-Provost— W. Durnford, M.A. 

Fellows : Adcock, F. E., M.A., J Classics ; Barcroft, J., M.A., 
F.R.S., J Nat. Sciences ; Berry, A., M.A., J Maths. ; Brooke, A. E., 
D.D., Dean, J Div. ; Chawner, G., M.A. ; Clapham, J. H., M.A., Dean, 
J Hist, and Econ. ; Corbett, W. J., M.A., Bursar ; Dickinson, G. L., 
M.A., J Hist, and Econ. ; Dobbs, A. E., M.A. ; Doncaster, L., Sc.D. ; 
Grant, C. E., M.A., Bursar ; Heycock, C. T., M.A., F.R.S., J Nat. 
Sciences ; Inglis, C. E., M.A,, J Mech. Sciences ; Johnson, W. E., M.A. ; 
Keynes, J. M., M.A., J Hist, and Econ. ; Knox, A. D., M.A. ; * Macaulay, 
W. H., M.A. ; Nixon, J. E., M.A., J Classics ; Reddaway, W. F., M.A., 
% Hist, and Econ. ; Richmond, H. W., M.A., F.R.S., J Maths. ; Rich- 
mond, O. L., M.A., J Classics ; Sheppard, J. T., M.A., J Classics ; 
Sills, H. H., M.A., $ Classics ; Tilley, A. A., M.A., J Mod. Langs. 

Magdalene College. Founded 15 19. Master — S. A. Donaldson, 
D.D., Dean. President— A. C. Benson, M.A., C.V.O. 

Fellows : Benson, A. C, M.A.t ; Gaselee, S., M.A.J ; Jones, V. S. 
Vernon, M.A.J ; Peel, T., M.A.J ; Peskett, A. G., M.A.J ; * Ramsey, 
A. S., M.A., Bursar J ; Salter, F. R., M.A.J 

Pembroke College. Founded 1347. Master — W. S. Hadley, 
M.A., Lectr. in Classics and Mod. Hist. President — Prof. E. G. 
Browne, M.A., M.B. 

Fellows : Birtwistle, G., M.A., J Maths. ; Comber, H. G., M.A., 
J Mod. Langs. ; Hutchinson, A., M.A., J Nat. Sciences ; * Lawson, 
J. C, M.A., J Classics and Mod. Greek ; Mozley, J. K., M.A., Dean, 
J Div. ; Seaton, A. A., M.A., J Mod. Hist. ; Spittle, J. T., M.A., J Mech. 
Sciences ; Whibley, L., M.A., J Classics and Anc. Hist., Bursar. 

* Tutor. f Director of Studies. J Lecturer. 



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Other Lecturers : Grace, J. H., M.A., Pet., Maths. ; Minns, E. H., 
M.A., Russian ; Rendell, W. R., M.A., Jes. and Trin. H., Law ; Ziegler, 
C. H., B.A., Law. 

Peterhouse (or St. Peter's College). Founded 1284. Master — 
Sir A. W. Ward, Litt.D., F.B.A. 

Fellows : Clayton, G. H., M.A., Dean, Supervisor of Theol. Studies ; 
Dickson, J. D. H., M.A., F.R.S.E. ; Dodds, J. M., M.A., % Maths., 
Senior Bursar ; * Edwards, H. J., M.A., % Classics ; Searle, G. F. C, 
Sc.D., F.R.S. ; Temperley, H. W. V., M.A., % Hist. ; Walker, T. A., 
M.A., LL.D., Junior Bursar. 

Other Lecturers, &c. : Bedford, T. G., M.A., Sid., -f Nat. Science; 
Grace, J. H., M.A., F.R.S., J Maths. ; Winfield, P. H., M.A., Joh., 
Supervisor of Law Studies. 

Queens' College. Founded 1448. President — T. C. Fitzpatrick, 
M.A., f Nat. Sciences. Vice-President — * A. Wright, D.D. 

Fellows : Cook, A. B., M.A., J Classics ; * Gray, J. H., M.A., 
J Classics ; Laffan, R. D., M.A., % Engl. Hist, and Lit. ; Munro, A., 
M.A., Bursar, J Maths., f Mech. Science ; Sleeman, C. M., M.A., Bursar, 
•{• Nat. Sciences ; Wood, C. T., M.A., Dean, % Div. and Hebrew ; Wright, 
A., D.D., % Div. 

Other Directors of Studies : Higgins, A. P., LL.D., Down., Law ; 
von Glehn, L. C, M.A., Mod. Langs. 

St. Catharine's College. Founded 1473. Master — C. H. W. 
Johns, Litt.D. President— E. T. S. Carr, M.A., Bursar. 

Fellows : * Spratt, A. W., M.A., Dean, J Classics ; * Southward, 
W. T., M.A., Mus.B., J Theol. and Music ; * Rushmore, F. M., M.A., 
J Hist. ; Jones, W. H. S., M.A., J Classics and Anc. Hist. 

Other Lecturers and Directors of Studies : Ellis, W. G. P., M.A., 
M.D., f Med. and Bot. ; Hinde, G. M., M.A., f Mod. Langs. ; Reynolds, 
J. W., B.A., Sid. and Trin., f Hist. ; Spurge, C, M.A., % Maths.; 
Srawley, J. H., D.D., % Theol. ; Sutton, E. W., M.A., % Law. 

St. John's College. Founded 1511. Master — R. F. Scott, M.A. 
President — G. D. Liveing, Sc.D. 

Fellows : Baker, H. F., Sc.D., F.R.S., f % Maths. ; Benians, E. A., 
M.A., % Hist. ; Besant, W. H., Sc.D., F.R.S. ; Blackman, F. F„ M.A., 
F.R.S. ; Bonney, T. G., Sc.D., B.D., F.R.S., F.S.A., F.G.S. ; Bromwich, 

J. I'A., Sc.D., % Maths. ; * Bushe-Fox, L. H. K., M.A., LL.M., 

Law ; Campbell, A. Y., M.A., % Classics ; Cox, W. A., M.A. ; 

•wther, J. A., M.A. ; Cunningham, E., M.A., % Maths. ; Foxwell, 
H. S., M.A., f Economics ; Glover, T. R., M.A., % Classics ; Graves, 
C. E., M.A. ; * Gregory, R. P., M.A., f Nat. Sciences, and Supervisor 
in Botany ; Harker, A., M.A., F.R.S., F.G.S. ; Hart, J. H. A., M.A., 
t % Theol. ; Heitland, W. E., M.A. ; Leathern, J. G., M.A., Senior 
Bursar ; Lister, J. J., M.A., F.R.S., Supervisor in Zool. ; Marr, J. E., 

KD., F.R.S., % Nat. Sciences, and Supervisor in Geol. ; Previte-Orton, 
Tutor. f Director of Studies. % Lecturer. 



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C, W., M.A. ; Rivers, W. H. R., M.A., ^ Moral Sciences ; Russell- 
Smith, H. F., M.A., % Hist. ; Sandys, Sir John E., Litt.D., F.B.A. ; 
Shore, L. E., M.D., f Med., and Supervisor in Physiol., Junior Bursar ; 
* Sikes, E. E., M.A., f % Classics ; Stevens, A. J., M.A. ; Stewart, 
H. F., B.D., Dean, f % Mod. Langs. ; Tanner, J. R., Litt.D., Tutorial 
Bursar, f Hist., and Honorary Lectr. ; Ward, J. T., M.A. ; Whidding- 
ton, R., M.A. 

Other Directors of Studies and Lecturers : Adie, R. H., M.A., 
Trin. and Joh., % Nat. Sciences, Supervisor in Chem. ; Brindley, H. H., 
M.A., Supervisor in Biol. ; Horton, F., M.A., Supervisor in Phys. ; 
How, J. C. H., M.A., Joh. and Trin., % Hebrew ; Moore, Norman, M.D., 
F.R.C.P., Linacre Lectr. of Physic ; Peake, A. H., M.A., f Mech. 
Sciences ; Smith, E. Barclay, M.D., Supervisor in Anat. 

Sidney Sussex College. Founded 1596. Master — Charles Smith, 
M.A. 

Fellows : Edwards, G. M., M.A., J Classical (Honorary) ; Fearn- 
sides, W. G., M.A. ; Hackforth, R., M.A., J Classics ; McNeile, A. H., 
D.D., X Theol., Dean ; Mayall, R. H. D., M.A., % Maths, and Physics ; 
Mines, G. R., M.A., ^Physiol. ; Reynolds, J. W., M.A., X Hist. ; Robson, 
H. C, M.A., Bursar ; Shaw, T. K„ M.A., Asst. J Maths. ; * Weekes, 
G. A., M.A., Asst. Lectr. Classics and Theol. 

Other Directors of Studies : Landon, J. W., M.A., Mech. Sciences ; 
Scorgie, N. G., M.A., LL.B., Trin., Law ; Wyatt, A. J., M.A., Chr., 
Med. and Mod. Langs. 

Trinity College. Founded 1546. Master — H. Montagu Butler, 
D.D. Vice-Master— W. Aldis Wright, M.A. 

Fellows : Ball, W. W. R., M.A. ; * Barnes, E. W., Sc.D., F.R.S., 
X Maths. ; Boughey, A. H. F., M.A. ; Capstick, J. W., M.A. ; Corn- 
ford, F. M., M.A., % Classics ; Cunningham, William, D.D. ; Duff, 
J. D., M.A., $ Classics ; Dykes, F.' J., M.A., $ Mech. Sciences ; *Fletcher, 
W. M., M.A., M.D., $ Nat. Sciences, f Med. ; Frazer, J. G., M.A., 
F.B.A. ; Glaisher, J. W. L., Sc.D., F.R.S. ; Gow, A. S. F., M.A. ; 
Hammond, B. E., M.A. ; Hardy, G. H., M.A., F.R.S., X Maths. ; 
Harrison, E., M.A., J Classics ; Herman, R. A., M.A., j Maths. ; 
Hicks, R. D., M.A. ; Hill, A. V., M.A., Junior Dean ; Hollond, H. A., 
M.A., % Law ; Hopkins, F. G., M.A., F.R.S. , Praelector in Biochem. ; 
Image, J. M., M.A. ; Innes, H. McL., M.A., Senior Bursar ; Jenkinson, 
F. J. H., M.A. ; Lapsley, G. T., M.A., J Mod. Hist. ; * Lawrence, 
R. V., M.A., X Mod. Hist. ; Littlewood, J. E., M.A., J Maths. ; Lucas, 
K., Sc.D., X Nat - Sciences ; McTaggart, J. McT. E., Litt.D., $ Mor. 
Sciences ; Nicholas, T. C, B.A., Sub-lector, Geol. ; Parry, R. St. J., 
D.D., X Theol., Senior Dean ; Prior, J., M.A. ; Robertson, D. S., M.A., 
X Classics ; Simpson, F. A., M.A., J Mod. Hist. ; Stuart, C. E., M.A., 
X Classics ; Tatham, G. B., M.A., Junior Bursar ; Taylor, G. I., M.A., 
Sub-lector, Phys. ; Taylor, H. M., M.A., F.R.S. ; Tennant, F. R., 
D.D., Theol. ; Watson, G. N., M.A. ; * Whetham, W. C. D., M.A., 

* Tutor. f Director of Studies. Lecturer. 



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F. R.S.J: Nat. Sciences, Senior Tutor ; Winstanley, D. A., M.A., % Mod. 
Hist. ; Woolf, C. N. S., M.A., Sub-lector in Hist. 

Other Directors of Studies and Lecturers : Bond, H., LL.D., 
Trin. H., $ f Law; Colvin, Sir Sidney, M.A., Clark Lectr. in Engl. 
Lit. ; Fortescue, Hon. J. W., M.V.O., M.A., Lees Knowles Lectr. in 
Military Hist. ; Keynes, J. M., M.A., King's, f Econ. ; Stewart, H. F., 
B.D., Joh. and Trin., f Med. and Mod. Langs ; Poole, R. L., M.A. Ox., 
Birkbeck Lectr. in Eccles. Hist. ; Russell, Hon. B. A. W., M.A., F.R.S., 
X Logic and Maths. 

Other Sub-lectors : Alston, L., M.A., Chr., Econ. ; Aston, F. W., 
B.A., Phys. ; Bragg, W. L., B.A., Phys. ; Bullough, E., M.A., Mod. 
Langs. ; Burkitt, M. C, B.A., Mineral. ; Cooper, C. F., M.A., Zool. ; 
Green, J. E. S., M.A., Hist.; Lamplough, F. E. E., M.A., Chem,; 
Parker, W. H., B.A., Agric. ; Robertson, D. H., B.A., Econ. ; Scorgie, 
N. G., M.A., Law ; Thomas, H. H., M.A., Bot. 

Trinity Hall. Founded 1350. * Master — E. A. Beck, M.A., 
Classical Lectr. Vice-Master — * G. B. Shirres, M.A., Math. Lectr. 

Fellows : Angus, C. F., M.A., % Classics ; Bell, W. G., M.A., 
% Maths. ; Bond, H., LL.D., % Law ; Chase, G. A., M.A., % Div., 
Dean; Gaskell, W. H., M.D., F.R.S., ^ Nat. Science; Gaul, P. C, 
M.A., t Engin., J Maths. ; Green, J. E. S., M.A., f Hist. ; Potts, F. A., 
M.A., | Nat. Science ; Rendell, W. R., M.A., Bursar, % Law. 

Director in Agric. Studies : Dootson, F. W., M.A. 

Selwyn College Public Hostel. Founded 1882. Master — 
J. O. F. Murray, D.D. 

Lectrs. : Borradaile, L. A., M.A., Nat. Sciences, f Med., Dean ; 

* Carpenter, S. C, M.A., J Theol. ; Hennessy, T. H., M.A., Theol. ; 

* Jordan, W. E., M.A., Classics and Hist. ; * Knott, H. C, M.A., 
Maths., Bursar ; Poole, A. L., B.A. Ox., Hist. ; Welch, J. J., B.A., 

laths. ; Williams, W. N., M.A., LL.B., Classics, f Law ; Wordsworth, 

B., B.A., Classics. 

Asst. Lectr. : Brereton, P. H. L., M.A., Classics and Theol. 

Other Directors of Studies : Stewart, H. F., B.D., Joh., Med. and 
\od. Langs. ; Wood, C, Mus.D., Cai., Music. 

Supervisor in Chem. : Thompson, H. V., B.A., Trin. ; in Law, 
laker, J. E., B.A., LL.B., Trin. H. 

Fitzwilliam Hall, a house reconstructed in 1892 to serve as the 
;ntre of the corporate life of the non-collegiate students, has given 

name to their amalgamated clubs and, by usage, to the non- 
>llegiate body as a whole. Non-coil, students were first admitted to 
te Univ. in 1869. They are governed by the Non-coil. Students' 
>ard, the members of which are appointed by the Senate of the Univ. 

Censor : W. F. Reddaway, M.A. 

Lecturers : Bell, W. G., M.A., Maths. ; Crafer, T. W., B.D., 
Classics. 

Asst. Lecturer : Garrett, R. W. B., M.A. 

* Tutor. I Director of Studies. J Lecturer. 



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Directors of Studies : Bell, W. G., M.A., Mathematics ; Crafer, 
T. W., B.D., Theol. ; Dent, E. J., M.A., Mus.B., Music ; The President 
of Queens', Nat. Sciences ; Fox, C, M.A., Moral Sciences ; Gaskoin, 
C. J. B., M.A., Hist. ; Goudy, A. P., M.A., Med. and Mod. Langs. ; 
Hill, A. V., M.A., Med. Studies ; Johnson, E. W., M.A., Theol. ; 
Mackenzie, K. J. J., M.A., Agric. ; Oldham, H. Y., M.A., Geog. ; 
Peel, T., M.A., Mech. Sciences ; Scorgie, N. G., M.A., LL.B., Law ; 
Scott, T. F., B.A., Economics ; Vernon-Jones, V. S., M.A., Classics ; 
Williams, T. C. L., M.A., Hist. ; Wyatt, A. J., M.A., Med. and Mod. 
Langs. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Senate, consisting, generally speaking, of all Masters of Arts 
and Masters of Laws who have retained their membership of the 
Univ. by the fulfilment of prescribed formalities and payment of 
proper dues, has full power to legislate for the Univ. subject to the 
Univ. Statutes, and allows degrees, appoints most of the Univ. officers, 
and elects the 2 members who represent the Univ. in the House of 
Commons. 

The executive authority of the Univ. rests in theory with the 
Chancellor, but as he is by custom a non-resident officer, it devolves 
in practice upon his deputy, the Vice-Chancellor, who is appointed 
every year from among the Heads of Colleges. With the Vice-Chan- 
cellor is associated a Council of 16 members known as the Council of 
the Senate, which is elected under certain restrictions by what is 
roughly the resident part of the Senate — known as the Electoral Roll. 
This Council, besides its executive position, has also an important 
position in respect of legislation, as no Grace can be put to the Senate 
unless it has first received the sanction of the Council. The Univ. 
appoints Syndicates to administer various departments of Univ. 
business and Special Boards of Studies to superintend Univ. teaching 
and examns. in the various subjects of study. The system of teaching 
as a whole is under the supervision of a General Board of Studies, on 
which all the more important subjects of study are represented. All 
proposals involving the spending of money are submitted by the 
Council to the Financial Board. 

The Colleges are corporate bodies distinct from the Univ. They 
possess and manage their own property ; they are self-governing and 
elect their own officers ; and for nearly all purposes they are inde- 
pendent of Univ. control. The connexion between them and the 
Univ., however, is of the most intimate kind. The Univ. is in part 
supported by contributions from them, and without any formal agree- 
ment to that effect the Univ. and the Colls, do as a matter of fact 
recognize each other's regulations. Nearly all the members of the 
Univ. belong to the Colls., and all the members of the Colls, belong 
to the Univ. The work of teaching is divided between the Univ. 
Profs., Lectrs., &c, and the more numerous body of College Lectrs. 






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Matriculation is effected by signing in a register following upon 
admission as a member of a Coll. or as a Non-Collegiate student ; the 
Univ. does not require any examn. to be passed before Matricn., but an 
applicant for admission to a Coll. must, in general, satisfy its authorities 
by passing the Coll. entrance examn. or otherwise that his attainments 
are sufficient to enable him to pass the Univ. examns. in due course, 
and ultimately to proceed to a degree. In effect the Previous Examn. 
(v. infra) takes the place of the Matricn. examn. of other Univs. 

For admission as a member of a Coll. or as a Non-Coil, student 
application should be made to the proper officer, namely, the Senior 
Tutor, Cai., Clare, or Queens' ; the Tutor, Corp., Down., Pet., Sid., or 
Trin. H. ; the Tutors, Cath. ; one of the Tutors, Trin. ; the Provost 
or Tutor, King's ; the Master of any of the other Colls. ; the Censor, 
Fitzwilliam Hall (Non-Coil, students). It is important for those who 
wish to have rooms in Coll. to apply for admission a long time before- 
hand. 

Terms. Michs. term begins Oct. 1, ends Dec. 19 ; Lent term begins 
Jan. 8, ends (in 1914) March 27 ; Easter term begins (in 1914) April 18, 
ends June 24. 

In order that a term may be counted towards qualifying for a 
degree, a student must reside in Cambridge (i.e. within a circle of 
i\ miles radius from Gt. St. Mary's Church) during three-fourths of 
the term. 

Incorporation. Students who before admission as members of 
this Univ. have kept terms by bona- fide residence at Ox. or Dub. are, 
subject to certain provisos, allowed terms corresponding to those 
which they have so kept ; a graduate of Ox. or Dub. who took a degree 
or degrees after having duly qualified himself therefor not only by 
having passed the examns., &c, required, but by having kept his 
terms by residence in his own Univ., may be admitted on certain 
conditions to the same degree or degrees in Camb. 

Degrees. B.A., M.A., Litt.D., Sc.D. ; B.D., D.D. ; LL.B., LL.M., 
,.D. ; M.B. and B.C., M.D., M.C. ; Mus.B., Mus.M., Mus.D. 

Arts. The qualifications for the B.A., except for Research students 
k infra), are : (i) 9 terms residence ; (ii) passing the Previous examn., 
ts I and II, and, for candidates for Honours, in an additional 
lbject ; (iii) passing the ordinary degree examns. or (for Honours) 
Tripos examn. or examns. 
Exemption from (i) to the extent of 3 terms can be obtained by 
idents entitled to the privileges of affiliation {v. infra). 
(ii) The Previous examn. consists mainly of Greek, Latin, and 
iths. Subject to certain provisos, natives of Asia or Africa who are 
lot of European parentage may substitute papers in Arabic, Chinese, 
msk., or Pali for the Latin papers, and natives of Asia or Egypt not 
European parentage may substitute papers in English for Greek. 
Exemption from (ii) can be obtained by students who hold certain 



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certifs. granted by various Univs. of the U.K., or by the Scotch Educa- 
tion Dept., or gained in Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Russia, 
Spain, or Switzerland ; such exemption is also granted to students 
entitled to the privileges of affiliation. 

As regards (hi), the ordinary B.A. is obtained by either (i) the 
General examn. and a special examn., or (2) 2 special examns., or 
(3) the Prelim, examn. in Science and a special examn. The sub- 
jects of the special examns. are Agric. Science, Botany, Chemistry, 
Classics, Engineering, Geography, Geol., History, Law, Logic, Maths., 
Military Subjects, Mod. Langs., Music, Physics, Physiol., Pol. Econ., 
Psychol., Theol., Zool. ; and the Honours B.A. is obtained by passing 
in the following Triposes : Anthropol., Classical, Economics, Hist., 
Law, Maths., Mech. Sciences, Mediaeval and Mod. Langs., Mor. Sciences, 
Nat. Sciences, Oriental Langs., Theol. 

A Bachelor may be admitted Inceptor in Arts at the end of six 
years from the end of his 1st term, provided that not less than 2 yrs. 
have elapsed from his inauguration (which occurs on Dec. 23 or 24 
following admission to the title of a degree). The Inceptor is created 
M.A. at the end of the following Easter term. 

Divinity. A M.A. or LL.M. proceeds to the B.D. by subscribing 
certain declarations, preaching a sermon, and, at some time after the 
expiration of 4 yrs. from his creation, submitting an original Latin 
thesis or satisfactory dissertation and being examined thereon. He 
is not admitted to the B.D., however, until the 7th yr. from his creation. 
A B.D. of 5 yrs. standing proceeds to the D.D. by similar tests (without 
submitting to examn., however). 

Law. A student who has kept 9 terms and obtained Honours in 
both parts of the Law Tripos or Honours in some other Tripos and 
subsequently Honours in either part of the Law Tripos is entitled to 
the LL.B. as well as the B.A. A graduate who desires the LL.B. must 
satisfy the examiners for the Law Tripos in both parts or, on certain 
conditions, in one. A B.A. or LL.B. who has fulfilled certain conditions 
may be admitted Inceptor in Law at the end of 6 yrs. from the end 
of his 1st term, provided that not less than 2 yrs. have elapsed from 
his inauguration. A M.A. who has fulfilled these conditions may also 
be admitted Inceptor in Law. A LL.M. who makes an original con- 
tribution to the advancement of Science or study of Law may be 
admitted LL.D. 5 yrs. after creation. 

Medicine. The qualifications for the M.B. and B.C. are : (i) 
9 terms residence ; (ii) passing (or exemption from) the Previous 
examn. (v. supra) ; (iii) 5 yrs. Medical study ; (iv) passing in due 
order 3 examns. and presenting an approved thesis. Admission to 
the 2nd M.B. examn. is conditional on proof of diligent attendance 
on prescribed courses of lectures and practical work. Admission to 
the 3rd M.B. is conditional on proof of 3 yrs. of hospl. practice, 5 yrs. 
Medical study and diligent attendance on prescribed courses of in- 
struction and practical work. A M.B. in the 9th term after inaugura- 



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Hon (v. supra) and a M.A. in the 12th after creation may be admitted 
M.D. on submission of a thesis or dissertation, but the M.A. must have 
attended lectures and hospl. practice and passed examns. as required 
for the M.B. A B.C. after 3 yrs. from inauguration may be admitted 
Inceptor in Surgery and so by creation to the M.C. degree. A M.A. 
may be admitted also if legally qualified to practise Surgery. A candi- 
date for the M.C. must either pass the examn. for the degree or be 
exempted therefrom in consideration of a contribution to the advance- 
ment of the Science or Art of Surgery. Addenbrooke's Hospl., con- 
taining 150 beds and large out-patient depts., is available for clinics. 

Music. The qualifications for the Mus.B. include (i) 9 terms 
residence ; (ii) passing (or exemption from) the Previous examn. ; 
(iii) passing an examn. in two parts whereof the first may not be taken 
before the 2nd term, nor the 2nd before the 8th term. The Mus.M. 
may be taken after at least 3 yrs. have elapsed since inauguration 
(v. supra) as Mus.B. and after passing the prescribed examn. 

Persons not less than thirty years of age who have graduated 
in some Faculty of the Univ. and given proofs of distinction in musical 
composition may be candidates for the Mus.D. 

The Sc.D. and Litt.D. Any person may be a candidate for either 
degree who is a M.A., LL.M., or M.C. of not less than 5 yrs. standing 
or a M.B. of not less than 7. These degrees are granted in considera- 
tion of original contributions to the advancement of Science or learning. 

Diplomas. In addition to degrees, which are for the most part 
conferred only on its own members, the Univ. grants 5 Diplomas 
which are open to other persons — in Agric, in Geog., in Psych. Med., 
in Pub. Health, and in Tropical Med. and Hygiene — and 3 which are 
restricted to members of the Univ. — in Anthrop., Forestry, and Mining 
Engin. The examn. in Archit. studies entitles to a Certif. A 
Divinity Testimonium is granted on proof of diligent attendance at 
6 courses of lectures. 

The Univ. makes provision for the training of candidates for the 
Higher Civil Services ; Student Interpreters ; Indian Civil Service 
selected candidates ; candidates for administrative appointments in 
ropical Africa and other branches of the Civil Service and for service 
ider the Govts, of Egypt and the Sudan. To meet the wants of Civil 
jrvice candidates a series of lectures supplementary to the courses 
>r regular Tripos candidates has been arranged by the Board of I.C.S. 
tudies ; and by a Committee of Associated Colls. Detailed informa- 
>n may be obtained from the Director of Civil Service Studies, 
>pointed by this Committee (G. P. Moriarty, M.A., 1 Mill Lane), 
id from H. A. Roberts, M.A., Univ. Offices, St. Andrew's St., who is 
jcy. to the Board of I.C.S. Studies, to the Foreign Service Students 
>mmittee, and to the Appointments Board. 

A system of Military Instruction has also been organized by the 
fniv. The Board of Milit. Studies (Secy.— -H. J. Edwards, C.B., M.A., 



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Pet.) are in direct communication with the War Office and responsible 
for the nomination of Camb. Univ. candidates for commissions in the 
Regular Army (v. Appendix II). 

The Training of Teachers at the Univ. is under the management 
of the Teachers' Training Syndicate, established in 1878 (Secy. — 
W. G. Bell, M.A., Trin. H. ; address— Warkworth House). Under 
its superintendence lectures are given and examns. are held by the 
Univ., a Certificate of Proficiency in both Theory and Practice being 
awarded on the results of these examns. The 2 depts. — Primary 
and Secondary — of the Training Coll. (Hon. Principal — W. Durnford, 
M.A., King's ; address — Warkworth House) have also recently come 
under its management. There is at Cambridge a Training Coll. for 
Women, founded in 1885 (Principal — Miss M. H. Wood, M.A. Lond., 
Litt.D. Dub., C.T. Camb., Girton ; address— Wollaston Rd.). 

Candidates are trained for Holy Orders at Ridley Hall, founded 
in 1880 (Principal — A. J. Tait, D.D., Joh.) ; or at the Clergy Training 
School, Westcott House, founded in 1881 (Principal — C. E. Lambert, 
M.A., Chr.). These and other similar institns. — the Westminster Coll., 
founded 1844 (Principal — J. Skinner, D.D. Aberd., M.A., Joh., 
Presbyterian); Cheshunt Coll., founded 1768 (President — G. Campbell 
Morgan, D.D., Undenominational) ; and St. Edmund's House, founded 
in 1896 (Principal — T. Williams, M.A., Roman Catholic) — are not 
directly or definitely concerned or connected with the Univ. 

Research Students. Each application for admission must be 
accompanied by (i) a diploma or other certif . of graduation at a Univ. ; 
(ii) a statement as to the course of research which the applicant desires 
to pursue, together with evidence of qualification, attainments, and 
previous study ; (iii) a certif. or declaration that the applicant has 
attained the age of 21 yrs. In exceptional cases requirement No. (i) 
may be dispensed with. The application is not granted unless it appears 
(a) that the course of research can conveniently be pursued within the 
Univ., and (b) that the applicant has produced adequate evidence 
that he is qualified to enter upon the proposed course. 

A Research student pursues his course under direction and super- 
vision, prescribed by the Degree Committee. After he has kept 3 
terms by residence, he may submit a dissertation containing an account 
of and embodying the results of the research carried on by him in the 
Univ. If the Degree Committee are of opinion that the work is of 
merit as an original contribution to learning or as a record of original 
research, he receives a Certificate of Research. 

A student who has obtained a Certif. of Research and has kept by 
residence at least 6 terms is entitled to proceed to the degree of B.A. 
(or, if the Certif. is granted upon a statement made by the Degree 
Committee of the Special Board for Law, to the degree of LL.B.), 
and thereafter under the usual conditions to the degree of M.A. (or 
LL.M.) and to other degrees. 






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University Scholarships open to graduates. These number 
about 57, and their aggregate value is about ^5600 p. a. In almost 
every instance they are open only to persons who have graduated in 
or are members of this Univ., and in some cases only to those who have 
kept a certain number of terms. 

Appointments. There are two organizations : (1) the Appoint- 
ments Board, which is concerned with appointments of all kinds 
(Secy.— H. A. Roberts, M.A. ; Asst. Secy. — R. S. Goodchild, M.A., 
Univ. Offices) ; and (2) the Scholastic Agency, which is concerned with 
scholastic appointments only (Director — Prof. W. J. Lewis; Secy. — 
R. L. Leighton ; office at Mineralogical Museum). 

An Adviser of Indian Students has been appointed by the Secy, 
of State for India in consultation with the Univ. — E. A. Benians, 
M.A., Joh. ; address — 14 St. John's St. 

Women reside at the 2 Colls. — Girton and Newnham — at 
which they are taught, whilst attending also the lectures of the Profs, 
and other teachers of the Univ. Women students are admitted (1) 
to the Previous examn. ; (2) to the Tripos examn. ; (3) to certain 
examns. in Music ; (4) to the examns. connected with the Training of 
Teachers ; and (5) to the Diplomas in Agric. and Geog. ; but they are 
not eligible for degrees. 

Girton College. Founded 1869. Mistress and Director of 
Studies (Moral Sciences) — Miss E. E. C. Jones. 

Other Directors and Resident Lecturers : Miss K. Jex-Blake, 
M.A. Dub., Vice-Mistress (Classics) ; Miss E. E. Power (History and 
Economics) ; Miss M. T. Meyer, M.A. Dub. (Maths.) ; Miss M. G. Beard, 
B.A. R.U.I. (Med. and Mod. Langs.). 

Director of Studies (Nat. Sciences) — Miss M. B. Thomas. Resident 
Asst. Lectrs. — Miss Cave- Browne-Cave (Maths.) ; Miss C. Kirchberger 
and Miss M. Seaton (Med. and Mod. Langs.). 

Bursar and Registrar and Asst. Vice-Mistress — Miss E. M. Allen, 
M.A. Dub. Junior Bursar — Miss H. Reinherz, M.A. Dub. Secy. — 
liss M. Clover, M.A. Dub. 

Newnham College. Founded 1871. Principal — Miss Stephen. 

Vice-Principals : Miss B. A. Clough (Clough Hall) ; Miss A. B. 
>llier (Old Hall), Lectr. in Maths. ; Miss E. M. Sharpley (Sidgwick 
[all) ; Miss J. P. Strachey (Peile Hall), Lectr. in Med. and Mod. 
.angs. 

Other Staff Lectrs. : Miss E. R. Saunders (Botany) ; Miss J. E. 
[arrison, Miss L. E. Matthaei, and Mrs. Wedd (Classics) ; Miss G. L. 
Ules (Geol.) ; Miss A. Gardner (History) ; Misses A. C. Paues and 
[. Steele Smith (Med. and Mod. Langs.) ; Mile. Lefevre, Asst. Lectr. 

French. 

The University Library contains over 700,000 vols., including 
tany early printed books, and over 8000 MSS. and ioo.ooo maps. Tt 



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is entitled under the Copyright Act to a copy of every book published 
in the U.K., and a large I number of foreign books and periodicals are 
acquired by purchase. Each Coll. and Pub. Hostel has a library. Some 
are interesting survivals of mediaeval rooms kept in the state in which 
they were originally arranged. Chained books are, for instance, still to 
be seen in Trinity Hall. Many of the books are of great antiquarian 
interest. There are also many departmental libraries, such as the 
Class. Archaeol. ; the Seeley Memorial (works on Hist, and Comp. 
Politics originally collected by John Symonds, Regius Prof, of Mod. 
Hist, from 1771 to 1807, and added to by his successors) ; Economics ; 
Mod. Langs. ; Moral Sciences ; Bendall (Arabic, &c.) ; Pathological 
School ; Music collections in the Fitzwilliam Museum and Museum of 
Archaeol. ; Conchol. and Ornithol. (in Museum of Zool.) ; Robertson 
Smith (Oriental books); Selwyn Div. School. The Philos. Library 
maintains a special relation to all the Scientific Depts. and is very rich 
in sets of Journals and Scientific Transactions. The Balfour Library 
endowed by the late Prof. Francis Balfour and members of his family 
contains a large collection of books and periodicals on biological 
subjects. The Squire Law Library is under the control of the Special 
Board for Law. 

Museums of Art and Archaeology. The Fitzwilliam {Director — 
S. C. Cockerell, M.A., Jes.) contains a large and valuable collection of 
paintings, drawings, engravings, Egyptian and Greek antiquities, 
ceramics, coins, illustrated MSS., autographs and early printed books ; 
the Museum of Class. Archaeol. (Curator — A. B. Cook, M.A., Qu.) contains 
a collection of casts illustrating the history of Greek sculpture. 

The Museum of Archaeol. and Ethnol. (Curator — Baron A. von 
Hiigel, M.A., Trin.) has a large and increasing collection, including 
Saxon urns and ornaments, casts of Central American monuments, 
Egyptian stone implements, unique Fijian collection, and numerous 
others resulting from scientific expeditions by Cambridge men. 

The "Museums of Science " consist of the museums, labs., lecture- 
rooms, class-rooms, and workshops for Agric, Anthrop., Bot., Chem., 
Exper. Physics, Hum. Anat., Engineering (including Engine-room, 
Elasticity, Elec, and Hydraulic Labs., and drawing office), Medicine, 
Mineralogy (collection very largely increased in last 12 yrs., and, after 
that of the Brit. Museum, one of the best in the country) ; Physiology ; 
Psychology ; Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. The Zool. Lab., in 
addition to providing for the ordinary work of the Dept. and for 
research, affords peculiar facilities for the study of diseases of animals 
and of economic entomology. The Museum of Zool. includes very 
complete series of vertebrates and invertebrates, the fishes obtained 
by Charles Darwin during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, a series of 
invertebrata from Naples, valuable collection of Polyzoa, extensive 
collection of marine animals from Pacific and Indian Oceans, and an 
important collection illustrating heredity, protective resemblance, and 
mimicry [Supt. — L. Doncaster, Sc.D., King's ; Strickland Curator 
(Birds)— H. Gadow, M.A., F.R.S. (King's), Great Shelford ; Curator 
in Entom.— H. Scott, M.A., Trin.]. The Sedgwick Museum of Geol. 



CAMBRIDGE 105 

includes a fine collection of British and foreign building stones lately 
added to the Economic section. St. John's and Downing Colls, have 
Chem. Labs. 

The Department of Agriculture has, in addition to the labs, of the 
School of Agric. (opened in 19 10), Field Labs, covering about 10 acres 
near Milton Rd. provided by means of Govt, grants as part of the 
equipment of an Inst, for Research in Animal Nutrition ; also the 
Univ. (Gravel Hill) Parm of 200 acres and How Hill Plant-breeding 
Farm of 230 acres equipped by means of a grant from the Board of 
Agric. 

The Observatory {Director — Lowndean Prof, of Astr.) stands on the 
Madingley Rd. about a mile from Cambridge. It has a meridian circle 
of 8£ in. aperture; the Northumberland equatorial 12 in. aperture; 
the Sheepshanks photographic equatorial 12^ in. ; a number of smaller 
instruments, and a good library. The Solar Physics Observatory 
standing close to the older Obs. has the Newall telescope (25 in.) ; 
McClean ccelostat and spectrograph ; Huggins telescopes ; and 
other apparatus. The Univ. has during the year taken over charge 
(for the Govt.) of the Solar Physics Observatory formerly at South 
Kensington, receiving a grant-in-aid. 

The Cambridge Local Examinations, instituted in 1858, are 
conducted at various places throughout the country and in the Colonies. 
Copies of the Regns. regarding the Prelim., Junr., Senr., and Higher 
Local examns. and the examns. (designed for teachers of not less than 
20 yrs. of age and first held in 191 3) for Certifs. of Proficiency in Religious 
Knowledge and in Mod. Langs., may be obtained from the Secy, to 
the Local Examns. and Lectures Syndicate — J. H. Flather, M.A., Syndicate 
Buildings. 

The Examination and Inspection of Schools and Examns. for 
the Award of Scholarships offered by public bodies are also under- 
taken by the same Syndicate. The Board of Education recognize 
the Univ. as an agency for the inspection of Secondary Schools as 
provided under sec. 3 of the Bd. of Educn. Act, 1899, subject to the 
condition that in any such inspection an Inspector of the Board shall 
be associated with those of the Univ. and have the administrative 
side of the inspection under his special charge. As regards the Oxford 
and Cambridge Schools Examn. Board, v. p. 408. (Secy, for Camb. — 
Gross, M.A., Cai.) 

University Extension Lectures are delivered and classes in 
connexion with them held by a staff of about 25 itinerant lecturers in 
some 60 towns in various parts of England, including places so distant 
as Blackpool, Newcastle, Worthing, and Exeter, under a system 
initiated in Cambridge in 1873. The characteristic features of the 
method of teaching adopted are (1) the Lecture presenting the subject 
in broad outline, (ii) the Class, held for about an hour before or after 

lecture, at which questions are given out by the lectr., (iii) the short 






106 CAMBRIDGE 

essays written on these questions, and (iv) the examn. The grades of 
certifs. are : Terminal, awarded after a course of ordinarily 12 lectures ; 
Sessional, for courses extending over not more than 2 yrs. and including 
at least 22 lectures ; the Vice-Chancellor's, awarded to students who 
obtain Terminal or Sessional certifs. satisfying certain conditions and 
submit a satisfactory essay ; and Affiliation certif ., obtainable only at 
affiliated centres (Exeter, Leicester, Northampton, and Southport) 
under special conditions. A Travelling Library is provided by the 
Syndicate for each course. The work is under the management of the 
Local Examns. and Lectures Syndicate, and full particulars can be 
obtained from the Secy, for Lectures, Syndicate Buildings (D. H. S. 
Cranage, Litt.D.). 

Tutorial Classes have been instituted recently in connexion with 
the Workers' Educational Assocn. They are in each case limited to 
about 30 members, nearly all of whom are working men and women, 
who pledge themselves to attend the 24 lectures and classes provided 
in each session and to write essays. The course covers at least 3 yrs. 
The classes are managed by a Committee appointed by the Syndicate, 
consisting of 5 resident members of the Senate and 5 representatives 
nominated by the W.E.A. 



Publications. The Camb. Univ. Reporter, weekly during term, 
3d. a copy, terminal subs. 2s. 6d., or by post 3s. 6d. ; Ordinances, 191 1, 
with Suppt. 1912-13 (fresh editions every 3 or 4 yrs., with suppts. in 
intervening years) ; The Student's Handbook, annually in Sept., 3s. ; 
Compendium of Univ. Regns., 6d. ; The Statutes of the Univ., with 
some Acts of Parlt., 3s. 6d. ; Endowments of the Univ. of Camb., 1904 ; 
Matricn. and Degrees (a list of all those who have entered the Univ. ; 
last ed. 1 850-1900) ; the Calendar, pubd. by Deighton Bell and Co. 
Histories : (a) "Annals of Camb.," byC. H. Cooper, 5 vols, (b) "The 
Univ. of Camb.," by J. B. Mullinger ; 3 vols, have been pubd. (c) 
College Histories — Robinson's Series, various authors ; Dent's Series — 
King's, St. John's, Trinity, 2s. each. Magazines : The Camb. Review, 
the Granta, the Camb. Magazine, weekly during term (v. also p. 410). 

Affiliated Institutions. The privileges of affiliation are granted, 
under certain conditions, (a) to members of Affiliated Institns. ; 
(b) to graduates of other Univs. approved for the purpose. A student 
fulfilling the required conditions is entitled to either or both of the 
following privileges, namely : (1) to be exempted from all parts of the 
Previous examn. ; (2) to reckon the 1st term kept by residence as the 
2nd, 3rd, or 4th term of his residence, for the purposes of all provisions 
respecting the standing of candidates for Tripos examns. or for Degree 
examns. in Med., Surg., or Music, and respecting the standing of 
candidates for degrees. 

List of Affiliated Institutions. St. David's Coll., Lampeter ; 
St. Edmund's Coll., Old Hall, Ware. Univ. Colls.— Wales (Aber- 
ystwyth), S. Wales (Cardiff), Nottingham, Hartley (Southampton), 
Exeter. Universities— Adel., AH., Bish., Bom., Calc, Cape, King's 



CAMBRIDGE 107 

(N.S.), McGill, Mad., Mt. All., New B., New Z., Panj., Queen's (Ont.), 
ShefL, Syd., Tasm., Tor. Certain Local Lectures Centres. 

List of Approved Universities. Aberd., Belf., Birm., Bris., Dub., 
Durh., Edin., Glas., N.U.I., Leeds, Liv., Lond., Mane., Ox., St. And., 
Wales. 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions (during the year ended Dec. 31, 191 2). £20,000 for 
endowment of Arthur Balfour Chair of Genetics ; £2302 subscriptions 
to Balfour Library Endowment; £1100 for endowment of Michael 
Foster Research Studentship; £1100 for endowment of a Lecture- 
ship in Zool. ; £500 towards maintenance of new buildings for Physiol, 
and Exper. Psychol. ; £500 towards equipment of Solar Physics Lab. ; 
£200 for new School of Physiol. ; about £10,000 for general purposes ; 
a conditional offer of £10,000 towards endowment of a Chair of Astro- 
physics. 

New Posts. Univ. Lectr. in Zool. ; Arthur Balfour Prof, of 
Genetics (Chair of Biol, discontinued) ; Local Adviser for Indian 
Students ; Secy, of the Univ. Buildings Syndicate ; Adviser in Forestry ; 
Staff of Solar Physics Observatory ; Univ. Lectr. in Astrophysics ; 
Univ. Lectureship in Form and Analysis in Music ; Asst. in Exper. 
Psychol. ; Director of Milit. Studies ; Third Under-Librarian. 

The Adviser in Forestry was appointed in pursuance of a scheme 
of the Board of Agric. which offered a grant of £500 p. a. for 2 yrs. 
for the purpose. Some 1600 acres belonging to 12 estates have already 
been examined and reported on at the request of owners. 

University Extension. Lectures were held at 59 places ; 81 
courses were given ; the average number of persons attending the 
lectures was 9630, attending classes 2402, submitting papers 571 ; 
268 were examined. New centres were opened at Ansdell and South- 
wold, and work was revived at Doncaster, Hitchin, and Welling- 
borough. A Joint Committee for Tutorial Classes (which were held 
at 4 centres) was appointed (v. supra) ; new classes were started at 
Ipswich and Norwich, and the Leicester and Portsmouth classes were 
continued for a 4th yr. The 1st Summer School in connexion with 
Tutorial Classes was held at Camb. ; 15 students attended. The 2nd 
summer course in Geog. was attended by 142 students, mostly teachers 
Secondary Schools. 



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Number of Resident Undergraduates, Michaelmas Term, 1913 
306 ; resident graduates — 11 13, including 371 B.A.s. 



Honorary Degrees Conferred. D.D. — Charles Henry Stileman, 
Trin., Bishop in Persia ; John Storrs, Pemb., Dean of Rochester ; 
Benjamin John Plunkett, Corp., Bishop of Tuan ; Rollestone Sterritt 
Fyffe, Emm., Bishop of Rangoon ; Henry Bickersteth Durrant, Pemb., 
Bishop of Lahore. M.A. — Guy le Strange. LL.D. — Admiral Sir 



io8 CAMBRIDGE 

Wilmot Hawksworth Favvkes, G.C.B., K.C.V.O. ; John Singer Sargent, 
R.A. Lilt.D.—U. E. Adolph Heinrich Goothilf Wagner; Com- 
mendatore Giacomo Boni ; Sir Frederic George Kenyon, K.C.B., 
F.B.A. ; Sir John Knox Laughton, M.A., Cat. ; Sir James Augustus 
Henry Murray, F.B.A. ; Thomas Hardv, O.M. ; Reginald Lane Poole, 
F.B.A. 

Other Degrees. B.A., 907 ; M.A., 391 ; D.D., 5 ; M.D., 29 ; 
Sc.D., 4 ; Litt.D., 4 ; B.D., 1 ; LL.M., 3 ; M.C., 3 ; M.B., 57 ; B.C., 
51 ; LL.B., 72 ; Mus.B., 5. 

" Diplomas. In Pub. Health, 42 ; Trop. Med., 21 ; Psych. Med., 2 ; 
Forestry, 3 ; Agric, 24 ; Geog., 9. 

Number of Women who passed Tripos Examns. (191 3). Maths., 
Pt. I, 19, Pt. II, 10 ; Class., Pt. I, 20, Pt. II, 4 ; Moral Sciences, 
Pt. II, 1 ; Nat. Sciences, Pt. I, 13, Pt. II, 3 ; Theol., Pt. II, 1 ; 
Law, Pt. I, 2 ; Hist., Pt. I, 21, Pt. II, 20 ; Mediaeval and Mod. 
Langs., 42 ; Mech. Sciences, 1 ; Econ., Pt. I, 3, Pt. II, 4. 

Changes in Regulations. New regns. for Part I of Class. Tripos 
and for Theol. Tripos have been made ; a Tripos in Anthrop. has been 
established ; further provision has been made for teaching Span, and 
Ital. ; new regns. relating to research and to affiliated students have 
been approved ; Syndicates were appointed to consider (1) the question 
of examns. conducted by the Univ. for which preparation normally 
takes place at school ; (2) what alterations, if any, are desirable in the 
ordinances relating to degrees in Divinity. 

Additions to Buildings. The extension of the School of Agric. 
was nearly completed ; the Psych. Lab. was opened ; progress was 
made towards completion of the Physiol. Lab. (Drapers' Company), 
Museum of Archacol. and Ethnol., and Forestry School ; Field Labs, 
on Milton Rd. were taken over ; Solar Phys. Obs. was transferred 
from Kensington to Camb. ; and the new Obs. buildings were nearly 
completed. 






UNIVERSITY OF THE CAPE OF 
GOOD HOPE 

[Incorporated by Act of the Cape Legislature 1873, and granted a 
Royal Charter 1879.] 

Chancellor Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke 

OF CONNAUGHT AND STRATH- 

earn, K.G., K.T., K.P. 
Vice-Chancellor and President W. Ritchie, M.A., Prof, of Latin, 
of Convocation &c, in the South African Coll., 

Cape Town. 

Pro Vice-Chancellor Hon. W. P. Schreiner, M.A., 

f LL.M., K.C., C.M.G. 

Registrar W. Thomson, M.A., B.Sc. LL.D ( 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

This is an examining and degree-granting institution exercising 
no direct control over the Univ. Colls, and other teaching institutions 
of South Africa. It grants degrees and certifs. as follows : B.A., 
M.A. ; B.D. ; LL.B., LL.D. ; B.Sc,- M.Sc, D.Sc ; Certif. of Pro- 
ficiency in Law and Jurispr. ; in English and Dutch ; and in the 
Theory of Land Surveying. Besides holding examns. for these, which 
are provided for by the Univ. Incorporation Act, the Univ. conducts 
School Certif. and Music Certif. and Licentiate examns. The Charter 
of 1879 declares the degrees to be entitled to the same rank, precedence, 
and consideration as those of any Univ. in the U.K. 

The B.A. examns. are held at the end of Nov. For the Pass B.A. 
the subjects may be purely literary, purely scientific, or mixed. No 
candidate is admitted to the Pass B.A. examn. until after the expira- 
tion of at least 2 academic years from the date of his passing the 
Interm. Arts examn., which, similarly, cannot be taken until a year 
after passing the Matricn. or equivalent examn. But it is not necessary 
that the intervening periods should have been spent at a Univ. Coll. 
hey may have been spent in private study. As a matter of fact, 
•wever, nearly all the students presenting themselves for the Interm. 
examn. or the B.A. come from the Univ. Colls. The Matricn., which 
is the common entrance examn. for these Colls., and the Interm. in 
Arts are organized and the examiners are appointed by the Univ. in 
pursuance of the provisions of sec. 9 of the Univ. Incorpn. Act. The 
B.A. Honours examn. is not alternative to the Pass examn., but is at 

I resent taken concurrently with it. After 191 5 the Honours examn. 
lay be taken one year subsequently to the Pass examn. 
The B.Sc. degree may be obtained either in Mining Engin. (with 
109 



no CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 

Diploma) or in Agric. In either case the curriculum covers 4 years. 
An examn. is held at the end of each year, those of the first 2 years 
in each course dealing with preliminary scientific subjects and those 
of the 3rd and 4th with technical. The M.Sc. may be obtained in 
Mining Engin. or in Pure Science. 

The professional qualification of Govt. Land Surveyor is obtained 
by passing the 1st and 2nd Survey examns. of the Univ. and a Practical 
Survey Examn. conducted by the Surveyors-General. 

Scholarships for Graduates in 1914. One Porter, ^150 ; two 
Q. Victoria, ^150 each; one George Grey, /150 ; one Univ., £150 ; 
one Croll, ^220 ; one Jamison, ^200. The Jamison is tenable for 
4 years, and competitors must have been born in Cape Province of 
parents domiciled therein and have attended classes for 2 years at the 
S.A. Coll. The others are tenable for 3 years and are open to 
candidates whose parents or guardians are domiciled in or who have 
studied during the 2 next preceding years in the Union of S.A. and 
who fulfil certain other conditions, including the passing of the Cape 
Matricn. and Interm. Arts examn. They are awarded to the candidates 
who graduate with the greatest distinction. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. in March, price 3s. 6d. ; 
Certif. and Matricn. Examns. Pamphlet, Dec, 3d. ; Music Examns. 
Pamphlet, Dec, 3d. ; Examn. Papers from 1910 ; Univ. Gazette, pubd. 
after each Council meeting, 2s. 6d. p. a. All these may be obtained 
from J. C. Juta and Co., Cape Town. 

THE YEAR 191 2- 13 

Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn was 
elected Chancellor in succession to H.M. King George, who had held 
the office since 1901. Prof. Walker, of Vict. Coll., Stellenbosch, was 
succeeded by Prof. Ritchie in the Vice-Chancellorship. 

Benefactions Received during the year. ^11,000 Alexander 
Croll bequest for additional scholarships in connexion with the B.A. 
examn. ; ^iooo for an Art Scholarship for women. 

Number of Students examined by the Univ. in 191 2. For 
Bachelorship, Final and Prelim., 221 ; Interm., 477 ; for Master's 01 
Doctor's degree, 7 ; Survey and Law Certifs., 50 ; Matricn., 1649 ; 
Lie in Music, 67 ; School and Music Certifs., 5890. The number of 
students preparing for the Bachelorship in each Univ. Coll. will be 
found in the notes regarding the Coll. Number of women students 
(post-matricn.) included in the above figures : Examined for Univ. 
degrees, 40 ; others, 134. In 191 2 there were 18 Univ. scholars and 
4 Music scholars continuing study in Europe. 

Degrees Conferred (1912). Honorary — LL.D., 1 ; D.Litt., 1 ; 
D.Sc, 3. Ordinary— B.A. , 106 ; M.A., 2 ; B.Sc, 1 ; LL.D., 1 ; 
LL.B., 6 j B.D., 1 . Number of women included in the above — B.A., 27. 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE in 

Additions to Buildings. The Univ. and Examn. Halls, erected 
mainly through the generosity of the family of the late Sir Donald 
Currie, were completed and formally opened by the Govr.-Genl. on the 
occasion of the Annual Graduation ceremony in Feb. 191 3. This 
completes the block commenced upon the site and with the aid of a 
bequest (^2 5,000) left to the Univ. by the late Dr. Willem Hiddingh. 

Legislation with a view to establishing at Groote Schuur, near 
Cape Town, a Teaching Univ. for S.A. has been in contemplation since 
1910. In 1 91 3 a Bill was brought forward in Parliament and re- 
ported on by a Select Committee which recommended the appoint- 
ment of a Commission to inquire into the whole question. 

Annual Meetings of College Professors of Lit. and Science to 
discuss syllabuses and make suggestions to the Univ. Council are held. 
In 1 91 2 Grahamstown was the meeting-place, and in 191 3 Pieter- 
maritzburg. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGES OF SOUTH 
AFRICA 

(Colleges providing instruction in subjects prescribed for the 
Higher examns. of the Univ. of the Cape of Good Hope. The dates in 
brackets give their precedence as Institns. undertaking higher education.) 

Bloemfontein : Grey Univ. Coll. (1904). 

Cape Town : South African Coll. (1829). 

Grahamstown : Rhodes Univ. Coll. (1004). 

Johannesburg : South African School of Mines and Technology 

(1903)- 
Pietermaritzburg : Natal Univ. Coll. (1910). 
Pretoria : Transvaal Univ. Coll. (1908). 
Stellenbosch : Victoria Coll. (1886). 
Wellington: Huguenot Coll. (1898). 



GREY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 
BLOEMFONTEIN 

[A Government College established by the Orange River Colony 
jher Education Act, 19 10.] 

JRMAN OF THE COLLEGE W. J. VlLJOEN, M.A., L.N.C., 

:ouncil Ph.D., Director of Education 

for the Province. 
ustrar R. B. Saayman, B.A. Cape. 



U2 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 
BOTANY [Prof. Greek 

POTTS, G., B.SC. DURH., PH.D. HALLE ROSS, J. A., M.A. CAPE 

Latin 



CHEMISTRY 

RINDL, If." D.ING. CHARL. 



Prof. 



GEOLOGY and Zoology 

DREYER, T. F., B.A. CAPE, PH.D. 

halle Lectr. 



GRAPHICS 

HATCHARD, J. G., F.R.A.S. 



Instr. 



LANGUAGES 

Dutch, French, and German 

MALHERBE, D. F., B.A. CAPE, PH.D. 

frei. Prof. 

Dutch and History 
francken, a., b.a. cape Prof. 
English 

JOHNSON, W. S., M.A. R.U.I. Prof. 



CONLIN, W., M.A. DUB. 



Lectr. 
Prof. 



LAW 

MORICE, G. T., B.A. OX., K.C. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS 

WOOLSTON, J. H., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

Applied Mathematics 

MUDD, N., B.A. CAMB. Lectr. 

PEDAGOGY 

KNOTHE, G., M.A. CAPE, L.N.C. UTR., 
PH.D. STRASS. Prof, 

PHILOSOPHY [Prof. 

FORSYTH, T. M., M.A., D.PHIL. EDIN. 

PHYSICS 

LOGEMAN, W. H., M.A. CAPE Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Conlin. W.. appointed Prof, of Latin ; Dreyer, T. F., apptd. Lectr. ; 
Fischer, P. U. ( Lectr. in Law, resigned ; Grayson, E. N., apptd. 
vice Ross and resigned ; Logeman, W. H., formerly Lectr. in the 
S.A. Coll., apptd. vice Rudge ; Morice, G. T., apptd. vice Fischer ; 
Ross, J. A., M.A., Registrar, resigned ; Rudge, W. A. D., M.A., Prof, 
of Physics, resigned ; Saayman, R. B., apptd. vice Grayson. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

The College prepares students for the B.A. and M.A. degrees in 
Lit. and Science, the Survey and Law Certifs. of the Univ., and 
Teachers' (Union ist class, O.F.S. 2nd class) Certifs. It also provides 
prelim, training for the study of Med., Engin., and Agric. The Coll. 
boarding-house contains 40 rooms for men students, and there is a 
temporary hostel in the town for women. The Coll. is situated 2 miles 
outside Bloemfontein. The academic year is divided into 4 quarters. 

Scholarships for Graduates. The Provincial Govt, awards 
annually (a) a scholarship of ^100 p.a., tenable for 3 years, to the most 
promising graduate in the Coll. who may be in need of assistance to 
enable him to pursue an approved course of study abroad ; (b) 5 
scholarships of ^150 P a - each, tenable for one year, to students who 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 



"3 



have passed the Cape B.A. or its equivalent (or in the case of women 
the I. A.) and desire to proceed to Europe to study. Candidates for 
either (a) or (b) must undertake to serve the Govt, for 3 years if required. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Nov. 

The Year 191 2. A Govt, grant of ^5000 and a loan of £12,000 for 
new buildings were received. University Extension. A course of 
lectures was given by members of the staff at Bloemfontein and other 
centres. New Posts. A Lectureship in Geol. and Zool. Number of 
Students preparing for the Interm. examn. and B.A., 83 (including 
16 women) ; for the M.A., 1 ; for Teachers' Certif., 4 ; for Law Certif., 
4 ; students continuing study or research in Europe or America, 24. 
Degrees Obtained. B.A., 10 (Honours, 2) ; M.A., 1. Additions to 
Buildings. Plans for new classrooms, &c, and a Women's hostel 
beside the Coll. are being prepared. 



SOUTH AFRICAN COLLEGE, CAPE TOWN 

[Constitution defined by Acts 15 of 1878, 12 of 1879, and 10 of 1904 
of the Cape Legislature.] 



Chairman of Council 
Chairman of Senate 
Registrar 



J. M. Russell, M.A., B.D. 
E. B. Fuller, M.D. 
A. D. R. Tugwell. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY [Prof. 

THOMSON, R. B., M.B., CH.B. EDIN. 
DRENNAN, M. R., M.A., M.B., CH.B. 

edin. Lectr. 



BOTANY 




PEARSON, H. H. W., 


M.A., SC.D, 


CAMB., F.L.S. 


Prof. 


VACANT 


Lectr, 


STEPHENS, MISS E. L. 


, B.A. CAPE, 



c 



F.L.S. 



Lectr. 



EMISTRY and Metallurgy 

HAHN, P. D., PH.D., M.A. HALLE Prof . 
TZ, H., M.A. CAPE, PH.D. BERL. 

Lectr. 

HALLACK, R. Demr. 

bertson, r. b. Demr. 






EDUCATION 

CLARKE, F., M.A. OX. 



Prof. 



ELECTRO-TECHNICS 

BOHLE, H., M.V.D.E., M.I.E.E., F.R.S. 

s.af. Prof. 

ENGINEERING, Civil 

SNAPE, A. E., M.SC. MANC, 

A.M.I.C.E., M.R.SAN.I. Prof. 

LEES, J., A.R.C.S. LOND. Lectr. 

Electrical Engineering 

HAMLIN, E., B.SC. BRIS. ASSt. 

Mechanical Engineering 

MCMILLAN, D., A.G.T.C. Lectr. 

weaver, g. h. Lectr. 

GEOLOGY, v. Mineralogy 



ii4 UA 


FL Ut C 


HISTORY 




WALKER, E. A., M.A. OX. 


Prof. 


STOCK, J. L. W., B.A. OX. 


Lectr. 


HYGIENE 


[Lectr. 


ANDERSON, A. J., M.A., 


M.B. OX., 


M.R.C.S. ENG., D.P.H 


. CAMB. 



PH.D. 

Prof. 
Lectr. 



LANGUAGES and Literature 
Classics 

V1PAN, G. W., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

Dutch 

DU TOIT, P. J., M.A. CA: 

GHENT 
LE ROUX, J. J., B.A. CAPE 

English Lang, and Lit. 

CLARK, J., M.A., LL.D. ST. AND. Prof . 
WYNNE, A., M.A. MANC. Lectr. 

French and German 

LOGEMAN, W. S., L.H.C. UTR. Prof. 
NAUTA, R. D., L.M.O. HOLL. Prof. 

Greek [Prof. 

LEWIS, C. E., M.A. CAPE AND CAMB. 

Hebrew 

BENDER, A. P., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

Latin and Class. Philol. [Prof. 

RITCHIE, W., M.A. ABERD., M.A. OX. 



LAW 

GUTSCHE, C. 
HOWES, R. 

CAPE 
SUTTON, G. 

CAMB. 
TOMS, W. R., 



[Acting Prof. 

, B.A., LL.B. CAPE 
B., M.A. DUB., LL.B. 

Acting Prof. 

G., B.A. CAPE, LL.B. 

Lectr. 
b.a., ll.b. cape Lectr. 



MA THEM A TICS, Pure 

CRAWFORD, L., M.A. CAMB, 

GLAS., F.R.S.E. 
KENT, T. P., M.A. OX. 
BEHRMAN, MISS ELLEN, M.A. 



D.SC. 

Prof. 
Prof. 

CAPE 

Asst. 



Applied Mathematics 

BROWN, A., B.A. CAMB., M.A 

EDIN., F.R.S.E. 
BIGGS, H. F., B.A. DUB 



B.SC. 

Prof. 

AND CAMB. 

Lectr. 



MINERALOGY and Geology 

YOUNG, A., M.A., B.SC. EDIN., 

f.c.s., f.g.s. Prof. 

WALKER, A. R. E., A.R.C.S. LOND., 

b.sc. lond. Lectr. 

PHILOSOPHY 

REYBURN, H. A., M.A. GLAS. Prof. 
HAMILTON, W. R., B.A. CAPE Lectr. 



PHYSICS 

BEATTIE, J. C. 
JACOT, E., B.A 



PEALING, 
WALKER, 



[Prof. 

D.SC. EDIN., F.R.S.E. 
CAPE AND CAMB. 

Lectr. 
m.sc. liv. Lectr. 



B. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

JOLLY, W. A., M.B., CH.B. 
EDIN. 



Demr. 



D.S( 

Prof. 



ZOOLOGY 

GILCHRIST, J. D. F., M.A., D.SC. 

EDIN., PH.D. ZUR., F.L.S. Prof. 

RAY, R.. B.SC. ST. AND. Lectr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Behrman, Miss E., appointed Asst. in Maths., 191 3 ; Drennan, 
M. R., formerly Demr. of Anat. in Edin., apptd. Lectr. in Anat., 191 3 ; 
Hamilton, W. R., apptd. Lectr. in Philos., 1913 ; Hamlin, E., apptd. 
Asst. in Elec Engin., 1912 ; Jacot, E., formerly 185 1 Exhibn. Scholar 
of S.A. Coll., apptd. vice Logeman, 191 3 ; Logeman, W. H., M.A., 
Lectr. in Phys., resigned on apptmt. as Prof, at Grey Univ. Coll. ; 
Lundie, M., Demr. in Chem., resigned on apptmt. as Asst. in Groot- 
fontein Agric. Coll. ; Pealing, H., formerly Demr. and Lectr. in Liv., 
apptd. Lectr. in Phys., 191 3 ; Ray, R., formerly Lectr. in Liv., apptd. 
Lectr. in Zool., 191 3 ; Reyburn, H. A., formerly Lectr. in Glas., apptd. 
Prof, of Philos., 191 2 ; Saxton, W. T., B.A., Lectr. in Bot., resigned 



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on apptmt. as Prof, at Ahmedabad Coll., India, 191 3 ; Weaver, G. H., 
formerly Lectr. in the City of Bradford Tech. Coll., apptd. Lectr. in 
Mech. Engin., 1913. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Courses are provided leading to the Cape Univ. B.A. (Pass and 
Honours) degree ; M.A. ; 1st and 2nd year B.Sc. Mining examns. ; 
Survey 1st and 2nd examns. ; B.Sc.Agr. 1st and 2nd year examns. ; 
and LL.B. and Law Certif. examns. ; to the Civil Service Law examns., 
Lower and Higher ; and to S.A. Coll. Diplomas in Engin. (3 years 
course preceded by a preliminary year) and in Chem. (3 years course). 
Other courses that may be taken at the College are the first 2 years 
of a 5 years Medical course ; the non-professional part (lasting 18 mos.) 
of the post-grad, course for the " TI " Certif. of the Union Govt. 
Educn. Dept. (the professional part is taken at the Normal Coll., Cape 
Town) ; 2 years courses for parts of the Admission examn. of the Theol. 
Seminary, Reformed Dutch Church ; a course in Hebrew for the same 
examn. or for the Cape B.D. ; a prelim, scientific course in Dentistry ; 
a course in Hygiene. The academic year is divided into 4 terms 
beginning in Feb. and ending in Nov. 

Medicine. The Genl. Med. Council of the U.K. has added this 
Coll. to its list of approved Institns. The 1st year's course and the 
1st professional examn. (conducted by the Cape U, as a part of the 
B.Sc. 1st year examn.) are accepted by the Univs. of Edin., Aberd., 
Bris., Mane, by the R.C.P. Lond. and R.C.S. Eng. The classes for 
the 1st year are accepted by Glas., Aberd., Durh., and Dub. Univs. 
The 2nd year is recognized by Edin. Univ., R.C.P. Lond., and R.C.S. 
Eng. The Dentistry course is recognized by the R.C.S. Eng., the 
R.C.P.S. Edin., and the Edin. Dent. School. The Hygiene course is 

jognized by the 4 Conjoint Boards of P. and S. of Eng., Ire., Edin., 

id Glas. 

Engineering. The Inst, of C.E. Lond. recognizes the Prelim. 
;ientific examn. as exempting from studentship examn. The Diploma 
Civ. or Elec. Engin. exempts from examn. for A. M.I. C.E. Lond. 
'he Union Govt, undertakes to employ under indentures for three 
rears at a salary a certain number of Civ. Engin. Diploma holders. 
Certain firms in Europe agree to accept for periods of probation in 
ieir works holders of the Elec. Engin. Diploma. 

Residential Facilities. S.A. Coll. House, a dept. of the Coll, 
ider the control of the Council, provides accommodation for about 

students (men). Prof. Beattie is Head of the house. There are 
ikewise two residences for women students under the control of the 
Council. They provide accommodation for about 25. 

Scholarships for Graduates. A Worcester Coll. (Oxford) 
Exhibition of ^30 p. a. for 2 years is awarded in alternate years on the 



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results of the B.A. Honours examn., candidates from S.A. Coll. having 
a preference. This may be held with a Cape Univ. Scholarship. 

The Library is in Hiddingh Hall (which contains the Assembly 
and Common rooms) . There is space for 30,000 vols. The Stuttaford 
bequest provides £150 p. a. for additions. Students have access to 
the S.A. Public Library, which contains 100,000 vols, and is specially 
well equipped with books on Zool. and Bot. Students taking the 
teachers' " TI " course may use the Library of the Educn. Dept. The 
Bolus Herbarium {Curator — Mrs. F. Bolus, B.A. Cape) and Library 
are open to Bot. students. The former includes the Guthrie collection 
of specimens of the flora of the Cape Peninsula. 

Laboratories. The Coll. has Biol., Chem., Engin., Geol., Med., 
and Phys. Labs. The Engin. section includes a 50 h.p. steam-engine, 
15 h.p. suction gas-engine, and 300 ton compression testing machine. 

The S.A. Museum adjoins the Coll. It has Anthrop., Bot., Ethnol., 
Geol., and Zool. depts. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Nov. 



THE YEAR 191 2 

Benefactions Received. A bequest for a scholarship of the 
annual value of about £230. 

University Extension. In 191 2, for the first time, a connected 
course of Univ. extension lectures was given outside in addition to 
those given in Cape Town. In that year courses were in greater 
demand than single lectures. 

New Departments, &c. In conjunction with the Normal Coll., 
Cape Town, the S.A. Coll. has been recognized as a centre for the post- 
grad, course for the newly founded " TI " Certif . of the Educn. Dept. of 
the Union Govt. New Lectureships in Bot., Mech. Engin., Phys., 
Zool., and an Ass'tship in Pure Maths, have been instituted. 

Number of Students preparing for the Bachelorship and Diploma 
examns., 276 (including 35 women) ; M.A., 4 ; Misc., 22. There were 
also 106 (including 27 women) preparing for the Interm. examn. 
Number who obtained degrees — B.A., 28. 

Additions to Buildings and Equipment (191 3). Apparatus for 
beginning a Psych. Lab., a 300 ton compression testing machine and 
other additions to Engin. Dept. A second women's Hostel was 
opened in 191 3. 



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RHODES UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 
GRAHAMSTOWN 

[Incorporated by Act 21 of 1904 of the Cape Legislature.] 
Chairman of College Council 



Chairman of Senate 
Registrar of Council and 
Secretary of Senate 



Hon. Mr. Justice Kotze, LL.D., 
K.C. 

Prof. S. SCHONLAND. 

Lt.-Col. H. Greener, D.S.O. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



BOTANY 

SCHONLAND, S., PH.D. KIEL, HON. 

m.a. ox. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY and Metallurgy 

CORY, G. E., M.A. CAMB., DURH., 
AND CAPE Prof. 

DRAWING and Graphics 
Armstrong, f. w., a.r.c.a. (Prin- 
cipal, Grahamstown School 
of Art) Instr. 

GEOLOGY [Prof. 

SCHWARTZ, E. H. L., A.R.C.S. LOND, 

HISTORY and Economics 

MACMILLAN, W. M., B.A. OX. AND 

cape Lectr. 

LANGUAGES 

Classics [Lectr. 

ALEXANDER, J., B.A. OX. AND LOND. 

Dutch 

UNGEMANS, G. F., M.A. EDIN. Prof. 

English 

:iDD, A. S., M.A. CAMB., MANC, 
AND CAPE Prof. 

French and German 

>DMER. H. S.. M.A. CAMB. Lectr. 



German and Dutch [Lectr. 

WEEHWUIZEN, P. B., M.O. HOLL. 

Greek 

BOWLES, C. W., M.A. CAMB. AND 

cape Prof. 

Latin 

SMAIL, W. M., B.A. OX. Prof. 

LAW 

LEWIS, H. G., B.A. CAPE AND CAMB., 
LL.B. CAMB., ADV. OF SUPREME 

court Prof. 

MA THEM A TICS, Pure [Prof. 

WILLIAMS, D., B.SC. LOND. AND CAPE 
MARTIN, J., M.A. CAMB. AND CAPE 

Lectr. 

VARDER, R. W., B.A. CAPE 

Lectr. and Demr. 

GREGORY, T. W., B.SC. WALES AND 

lond. Lectr. and Demr. 



PHILOSOPHY 

LORD, A. R., M.A. OX. 



Prof. 



PHYSICS and Applied Maths. 

OGG, A., M.A., B.SC. ABERD., PH.D. 

gott. Prof. 

ZOOLOGY [Prof. 

DUERDEN, J. E., A.R.C.S. LOND., 
M.SC. CAPE, PH.D. J. HOPK. 



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CHANGES IN STAFF 

W. M. Smail appointed Prof, of Latin vice P. van Braam, Litt.D., 
who resigned. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The College provides courses leading to the B.A. (Pass or Honours) 
degree ; M.A. ; ist and 2nd B.Sc. in Agric. ; LL.B. ; Law Certif. ; 
1st and 2nd class Survey Certif. ; Union Civ. Service Law examns. ; 
Prelim. Medical and Engin. courses ; and ist class Teachers' Certif. 
The R.C.P. and S. Lond. and the Univs. of Edin., Glas., Aberd., and 
T.C.D. have recognized the Profs, of Phys., Chem., Bot., and Zool. as 
extra-mural Lectrs. Students intending to proceed to Scottish Univs. 
to study Medicine may take the first year of the course at Rhodes Coll. 

Scholarships for Graduates. A studentship of ^21 for one 
year is to be awarded to a grad. of any Univ. attending the LL.B. class. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Nov. 

The Year 191 2. £1 2,000 was received from Govt, towards new 
Coll. buildings. Number of Students. Full time preparing for B.A., 
51 (including 17 women) ; occasional, 8 ; preparing for M.A., 4 ; 
continuing study or research in Europe, 15. A new Hostel for women 
was opened, and the building of one for men was commenced. 



SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOL OF MINES 
AND TECHNOLOGY, JOHANNESBURG 

[Incorporated by Act of the Transvaal Legislature, 19 10, taking 
the place of the Johannesburg branch of the Transvaal Univ. Coll.] 

Chairman of Council H. J. Hofmeyr. 

Chairman of Senate and G. S. Corstorphine, B.Sc. Edin., 

Principal Ph.D. Munch. 

Secretary W. E. Cursons. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

CHEMISTRY ELECTRO-TECHNICS 

WILKINSON, J. A., M.A. CAMB., BUCHANAN, VV., B.SC. GLAS., A. R.CS. 

F.C.S. LOND. Prof. LOND., M.I.E.E. Prof. 

GILL, H. W., B.SC, F.I.C. Lectr. MICHELL, F. H., A. M.I.E.E. Lectr. 

COHEN, D., B.A. CAPE BALLARD, A. L., B.SC. LOND. 

Junr. Lectr. and Demr. Asst. Lectr. 



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ENGINEERING 

ORR, J., B.SC. GLAS., M.I.C.E., 
M.I.M.E., M.AM.S.C.E., 
M.AM.S.M.E. Prof. 

ALEXANDER, W., A.R.T.C., A.M.I.C.E. 

Lectr. 

MCGILL, E. A., B.SC. LEEDS 

Asst. Lectr. 

WISHART, W. G., B.SC. 

Civil Engineering 

CHARTERS, R. H., M.I.C.E. Prof. 

GEOLOG Y and Mineralogy [Prof. 

YOUNG, R. B., M.A. GLAS., D.SC. 

EDIN., F.R.S.E., F.G.S. 
MC DONALD, D. P., M.A., B.SC. GLAS. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Economic Geology 

THE PRINCIPAL Prof. 



LAW 

MURRAY, J. C. 



Lectr. 



MA THEM A TICS 

BREIJER, H. G., PH.D. AMST. Prof. 



METALLURGY and Assaying 

STANLEY, G. H., A.R.S.M., PLC, 
M.I.M.E., M.I.M.M. Prof. 

MURRAY, M. T., M.SC. BIRM. 

Lectr. and Demr. 

ADAM, H. R., B.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 



MINING 

CELLIER, J. S. 
BRICKHILL, H. G., 
LARAT 



Prof. 

ASSOC. S.M. BAL- 

Lectr 



NATURAL PHILOSOPHY and 

Physics 

LEHFELDT, R. A., B.A. CAMB., D.SC. 
LOND., F.R.S. S.A. Prof. 

vacant Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 



SURVEYING 

ROBERTSON, T. 
F.G.S. 



ASSOC. G.T.C., 

Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Cellier, J. S., elected Prof, of Mining vice Thompson ; Corstorphine, 
G. S., apptd. Principal and Prof, of Econ. Geol. ; Thompson, G. R., 
B.Sc, A.R.S.M., Principal and Prof, of Mining, resigned. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Diplomas and Courses. The School grants Diplomas of Associate- 
ship in Chem., Technology, Civil Engin., Mech. and Elec. Engin., 
Metall., Mining. The course in each case extends over 4 years. The 
minimum age for admission is 16. The 1st Mining Certif. of the Cape 
Univ. gives entrance to the 2nd year of the course for a candidate not 
less than 17 years of age. Similarly, the 2nd Certif. admits a candidate 
of not less than 18 years of age to the 3rd year provided he has done 
satisfactory class and practical work during the preceding 2 years. 
A similar concession may be granted to graduates in Science. 

Terms run from mid-March to mid-Nov. Engin. students spend 
the rest of the year in practical work, which in the 3rd and 4th years 
runs on to mid-May. Other students have to perform 2 mos. practical 
work between mid-Nov. and mid-March. Provision is made for 
encouraging students to devote a year after graduation to a course in 
practical Mining and Metallurgy. The Chem. and Physics courses are 
recognized by the leading British Medical authorities. 



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Evening classes (about 60 separate series) are held in Accountancy, 
Archit., Econ., Pharm., San. Engin., and subjects pertaining to Mining 
and Tech., and Certifs. are granted to those who attend regularly and 
pass examns. 

Hall of Residence. Students who do not live with relatives or 
friends must reside in " Sunnyside," Parktown (formerly the residence 
of the Govr. -General and now belonging to the School), or in lodgings 
approved by the Senate. 

Scholarships for Graduates. The Minister for Education of 
the Union Govt, is authorized under the Transvaal Educn. Act, 1907, 
to award bursaries not exceeding £200 p. a., tenable for 1 year at any 
recognized Univ. or Coll. and renewable for further periods, to candi- 
dates who have obtained a Diploma of this School or a degree of the 
Cape Univ. A scholarship of /250 has been founded by the Transvaal 
Chamber of Mines for post-graduate research work, either at this 
School or in some other country, in connexion with problems affecting 
Mining and Metallurgy practice in S.A. Candidates must undertake 
to practise the profession in the Transvaal for at least 2 years at the 
end of the year for which the scholarship is granted. 

Library (Seymour Memorial) contains 8000 works. There is a 
Public Library also at Johannesburg. 

University Extension Evening Classes. Besides the evening 
courses (held in the School buildings) mentioned under the heading 
"Diplomas and Courses," others in Practical Maths., Graphics, and 
Machine Drawing are held for mine employees at 12 centres on the 
Witwatersrand . 

Publications. Calendar of Day Classes and Evening Classes. 

The Year 191 2. New Posts Created. Professorship of Econ. 
Geol., Lect'ship in Applied Maths., Evening Lect'ships in Accountancy 
and Auditing and Economics. Number of Students preparing for 
Diploma, 102 ; occasional, 2 ; evening, 1490. One student is con- 
tinuing study in Europe. 



NATAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 
PIETERMARITZBURG 

[Established by the Natal Univ. Coll. Act, 1909.] 

Chairman of Council Hon. Mr. Justice Dove Wilson. 

Chairman of Senate Prof. R. B. Denison, D.Sc, &c. 

Registrar D. Robb, P.O. Box No. 375, 

Pietermaritzburg. 



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PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS 

BOTANY and Geology LA W [Prof. 

BEWS, J. W., M.A., D.SC. EDIN. Prof. INCHBOLD, R. A., B.A., LL.D. CAPE 

C HEM IS TR Y MA THE MA TICS 

DENISON, R. B., M.A. CAPE, D.SC. ROSEVEARE, W. N., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 
LEEDS, PH.D. BRES. Prof. 

MODERN LANGUAGES 
CLASSICS [Prof, besselaar, g., m.a. cape Prof. 

PETRIE, A., M.A. ABERD., B.A. CAMB. 

PHYSICS [Lectr. 

ENGLISH and Philosophy mesham, p., m.sc. liv. and cape 

WATERHOUSE, O., M.A. MANC. Prof. 

ZOOLOGY 
HISTORY [Lectr. warren, e., d.sc. lond. Prof. 

lund, h. h., b.a. ox. (Librarian) 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The College premises (occupying a site of 40 acres) were opened on 
Aug. 9, 191 2, by the Hon. F. S. Malan, Minister of Education of the 
Union of S. Africa. About ^60,000 of public money has been spent 
on buildings and equipment in the past 3 years. There are B.A. (Pass 
and Honours) and Natal Law Certif. (Junior and Senior) Classes. 
There is a Government hostel for women. The academic year is 
divided into 4 terms. The Maritzburg Botanical Gardens are within 
easy reach of the Coll., as is the Natal Govt. Museum, of which Prof. 
Warren is the Director. The large Library of the Natal Soc. is accessible 
to students of the Coll. on specially favourable terms. A scheme for 
Univ. Extension Lectures has been organized and is coming into 
operation. A Scholarship of £150 for 3 yrs. is awarded to the best B.A. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. in Dec. 

Number of Students, 66, of whom 37 (including 16 women) are 
preparing for the B.A. ; 22 are Law students ; and 7 (men) engaged 
in special studies. 13 students have up to date gone to Home Univs. 
to continue their studies. 



TRANSVAAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 
PRETORIA 



[Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1910.] 

Chairman of the Council 
Chairman of the Senate 
Secretary 



Sir J. W. Wessels. 

J. Purves, M.A., Prof, of English. 

D. G. Hafner. 



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PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS 

Lectr. 



BOTANY and Zoology 

WAGER, H. A., A.R.C.SC. 



CHEMISTRY 

MALHERBE, D. F. DU T., M.A., PH.D. 
HALLE Prof. 

SPENSLEY, J. C, B.A. CAPE 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 



GEOLOGY 

DE VILLIERS, L. C. 
M.E. FREIBERG 



PH.D. FREI., 

Lectr. 



HISTORY 

FOUCHE, L., B.A. CAPE, PH. ET 
LITT.D. GHENT Prof. 

LANGUAGES 
Dutch 

LE ROUX, T. H., B.A. CAPE, LITT.D. 

leid. Prof. 

English 

PURVES, J., M.A. EDIN. Prof. 



Greek 

REININK, H., LITT.D. AMST. Prof. 

Latin 

PATERSON, A. C, M.A. EDIN. AND 

ox. Prof. 

Modern Languages 

DE VILLIERS, W. P., B.A. CAPE, 
PH. ET LITT.D. GHENT Lectr. 

LAW 

PITTMAN, W., M.A., ADV. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS 

DU TOIT, A. E., M.A. CAPE Prof. 

PHILOSOPHY and Economics 

MACFADYEN, W. A., M.A. OX., LL.D. 

cape Prof. 

PHYSICS and Applied Maths. 

GUNDRY, P. G., B.SC. LOND., PH.D. 

gott. Prof. 

SHERWOOD, E. T. G., M.A. CAMB. 

Lectr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

A. E. du Toit, M.A., appointed Prof, of Maths. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Courses are provided leading to the B.A. (Pass and Honours) 
and the B.Sc. in Agric. of the Cape Univ. (The headquarters of the 
Division of Vet. Research of the Dept. of Agric. are at Pretoria.) 
Courses for the M.A. can be arranged. The ist year Medical course 
of the Univ. of Edin. and a course for the First Survey examn. for the 
Certif. of the Cape Univ. may be taken. The academic year is 
divided into two terms — Feb. to June and Aug. to Nov. 

Residential Facilities. A grant has been made for a men's 
hostel. Women students reside at present in the boarding-house of 
the Normal Coll. 

Number of Students preparing for the B.A., 59 (including 13 
women) ; for the B.Sc, 4 ; for the M.A., 1 ; Law students, 12 ; total 
full-time students, 63 ; occasional, 4 ; students continuing study or 
research in Europe or America, 10. 



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THE VICTORIA COLLEGE, STELLENBOSCH 

[Incorporated by Act of the Cape Legislature in 1881.] 

Prof. A. Moorrees. 
Prof. J. T. Morrison. 



President of the Council 
Chairman of the Senate 
Acting Registrar 



A. F. Markotter, B.A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

French and German 



BOTANY [Lectr. 

DUTHIE, MISS A. V., M.A. CAPE 
GARSIDE, S., M.SC. MANC Lectr. 

CHEMISTRY 

VAN DER RIET, B. DE ST. J., M.A. 

CAPE, PH.D. HALLE Prof. 

VAN DER MERWE, C. D., B.A. CAPE, 

PH.D. HALLE Prof. 

EDUCATION 

CILLIE, G. G., B.A. CAPE, PH.D. 

strass. Prof. 

PAUW, D. A. A., B.A. CAPE Lectr. 
STOCKENSTROM, E., B.A. CAPE ,, 



GEOLOGY 

SHAND, S. J., PH.D. 

ST. AND. 
SCULLY, G. C, M.A. CAPE 



MUNST., D.SC. 

Prof. 

Asst. 



HISTORY [Prof. 

BLOMMAERT, W., LITT.D. GHENT 

History and Economics 

LE ROUX, L., B.A. CAPE, DOC. DE 

l'u. Paris Lectr. 

LANGUAGES 

Classics [Addl. Prof. 

VAN BRAAM, P., LITT.D. UTR. 

haarhoff, t., b.a. cape Lectr. 
Dutch 

JOUBERT, W. A., B.A. CAPE, 

THEOL.D. AMST. Prof. 

PIENAAR, E. C, B.A. CAPE Asst. 

English 

NOTCUTT, H. C, B.A. LOND. Prof. 
JACKSON, M. H., B.A. LOND. Asst. 



STOLK, M., PH.D. LEIP. Lectr. 

Greek [Prof. 

EDGAR, C. S., B.A. OX., M.A. EDIN. 

Hebrew 

MARAIS, J. I., B.A. CAPE, D.D. ST. 

and. Prof. 

Latin 

MAC DONALD, A., M.A. EDIN. Prof. 

MATHEMATICS 

MAC KENZIE, A. H., M.A. ABERD. AND 

camb. Prof. 

BARTMANN, A. B., M.A. CAPE Profi 

Applied Mathematics 

MORRISON, J. T., M.A., B.SC. EDIN., 

f.r.s.e. Prof. 

vacant Lectr. 

MUSIC 

jannasch, f. w. (Principal, S.A. 
Cons.) Lectr. 

PHILOSOPHY, Ment. and Moral 

WALKER, T., M.A., LL.D. EDIN., 
LITT.D. HARV. Prof. 

BRUMMER, N. J., M.A. CAPE, B.D. 
ST. AND. Prof. 

PHYSICS 

MALHERBE, W. E., B.A. CAPE, B.SC. 

edin. Prof. 

DALTON, J. P., M.A., B.SC. ST. AND. 

Lectr. 
harvey, s. a, b.a. cape Lectr. 

ZOOLOGY [Prof. 

GODDARD, E. J., B.A., D.SC. SYD. 
GROBBELAAR, C. S. ( B.A. CAPE 

Lectr, 



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CHANGES IN STAFF 

Campbell, J. A., M.A., Lectr. in French and Ger., resigned ; Cillie, 
G. G., transferred from Classics to Educn. ; Dalton, J. P., apptd. 
Lectr. in Phys. ; du Toit, A. E., M.A., Lectr. in Applied Maths., apptd. 
Prof, in the Transvaal Univ. Coll. ; Grobbelaar, C. S., apptd. vice 
Malan ; Haarhoff, T., apptd. vice Horsfall ; Horsfall, P., B.A. Cape 
and Ox., Lectr. in Classics, resigned ; le Roux, L., apptd. Lectr. in 
Hist, and Econ. ; MacCulla, J., M.A. R.U.I., Acting Prof, of Classics ; 
Malan, D. E., M.A. Cape, Lectr. in Zool., resigned ; Stolk, M., apptd. 
vice Campbell ; van Braam, P., apptd. vice Cillie. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Courses. The College provides courses leading to the degrees 
of B.A. and M.A., to the Univ. Certif. in Surveying, and to the ist and 
2nd examns. in Mining. It also provides the courses of the ist Annus 
Medicus of the Scottish Univs. and T.C.D. in Phys., Chem., Bot., and 
Zool., enabling students to qualify in Med. after 4 years study instead 
of 5 in those Univs. ; complete courses for the Admission examn. in 
Arts of the Theol. Seminary of the Dutch Reformed Church ; courses 
in Educn. to meet the various diploma requirements of the Provincial 
and Union Depts. of Educn. A lectureship in Music has also been 
established, the work being carried on by the Coll. in conjunction 
with the Conservatorium. A special course in gold ore reduction is 
provided, and for post-grad, study special courses are arranged as 
required. The Coll. also organizes annually one or more courses of 
Extension Lectures in Lit., Hist., and Science. 

Residences for Students. There are 4 large boarding-houses 
in connexion with the Coll., which accommodate about half of the 
students : The Home, Wilgenhof, Harmonie and Erfurt House. 
The last two are for women students. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Nov. ; the Students' 
Quarterly. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Benefactions Received. A bequest of 
£1187 10s. under the will of the late Mrs. Koopmans-de Wet. A New 
Department of Education has been formed under the direction of 
the recently appointed Prof. This has been followed by a large 
increase in the number of students in training for the teaching profes- 
sion. Number of Students reading for Interm. examn. in Arts, 147 
(including 14 women) ; for B.A., 101 (14 women) ; for Theol. Admis- 
sion, 36 ; for Teaching, 38 (21 women) ; for ist Professional in Med., 
9 ; post-grad, students, 26 (2 women) ; special courses, 10 (6 women) ; 
continuing studies in Europe, about 75. Degrees Obtained (in 191 2). 
B.A., 31 ; M.A., 1. New Buildings. A building costing ^10,000 is 
in course of erection for the Educn. Dept. and will be ready for use 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 125 

in Feb. 19 14. A recent Parliamentary grant has been made to the 
Coll. for further buildings and equipment. It is proposed to begin 
at once with new Labs, for the Depts. of Applied Maths., Bot., Geol., 
and Zool. 



HUGUENOT COLLEGE, WELLINGTON 

[Incorporated by Act of the Cape Legislature, 1907, as a College for 
Women.] 

President Miss A. E. Bliss, Litt.D. 

PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS 

BOTANY and Philosophy HISTORY and French [Prof. 

STONEMAN, MISS B., D.SC. CORN., STAFFORD, MISS S., M.A. N.U.I. 

u.s.a. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY [Prof. HORTICULTURE [Lectr. 

MINOR, MISS J., B.SC. DRURY, U.S.A. ^ARLICK, MISS W., SWANLEY COLL. 

CLA SSICS MA THEM A TICS [Prof. 

SARGENT, MISS H. A., M.A. OBER., JOHNSON, MISS A., PH.B. NEB., U.S.A. 

u.s.a. Prof. 

Williams, miss m. v., b.a. cape, MODERN LANGUAGES and Lit, 
c.t. camb. (absent) Lectr. VAN RIELj MISS j. M#> L . N . C . leyd. 

HOTHERSALL, MISS K. D., C.T. Prof. 

camb. (officiating) PHYSICS 

ENGLISH LANG, and Lit. letter, miss s. b., m.a. col. Prof. 

SNELL, MISS F. M., M.A. OBER., 

u.s.a. (absent) Prof. ZOOLOGY and Geology 

AULESBROOKE, F. W., B.A. CAMB. MAURY, MISS C. J., PH.D. CORN., 

(officiating) u.s.a. Lectr. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Garlick, W., appointed Lectr. in Horticulture ; Maury, C. J., apptd. 
Lectr. in Zool. and Geol. ; van Niekerk, Miss L., B.A., L.N.C, Prof, 
of Mod. Langs., resigned ; van Riel, J. M., apptd. vice van Niekerk. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

This College prepares students for the Cape Interm. and B.A. 
examns. Accommodation for students is provided in the Coll. 
The academical year is divided into 4 terms. 

Publications. College Calendar, pubd. in Dec. ; Huguenot 
Quarterly News Letter, is.; Huguenot Annual, price is. 6d., pubd. in Nov. 



126 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Benefactions Received during the year: £yoo 
from local sources ; £208 from U.S.A. ; ^500 from Govt, (special 
grant) for equipment. New Posts Created. Lectureships in Zool. and 
Geol. and in Hortic. Number of Students: 60 (including 15 men). 
Students continuing study or research in Europe or America, 10. 
Degrees Obtained in 191 1, 13 ; in 1912, 4. 



DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY, HALIFAX, 
NOVA SCOTIA 



[Obtained University powers 1841. Constitution modified 1863.] 

Chairman of the Board of George S. Campbell. 

Governors 
President of the University 



Registrar 

Corresponding Officers of the 
Professional Faculties 
Law 

Medicine 



Dentistry 



A. Stanley Mackenzie, Ph.D., 

D.C.L., F.R.S.C. 
Prof. M. Macneill. 



The Dean, R. C. Weldon, D.C.L. 

Mt. All., Ph.D. Yale, K.C. 
The Secy., A. W. H. Lindsay, 

B.A., M.D., CM. Dal., M.B., 

CM. Edin. 

The Dean, F. Woodbury, D.D.S., 
P.C.D.S. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY (v. also Medicine) 

LINDSAY, A. W. H., B.A., M.D., CM. 
DAL., M.B., CM. EDIN. Prof. 
MACAULAY, M. A., M.D., CM. Demr. 
RANKINE, J., B.A., M.D., CM. 

Asst. Demr. 
BIOLOGY [Asst. Prof. 

MOORE, C L., M.A., F.R.S.C. 

CHEMISTRY 

MACKAY, E., B.A. DAL., PH.D. 

j. hopk. McLeod Prof. 

NICKERSON, C B.,M.A. CLARK Instr. 

CLASSICS [McLeod Prof. 

MURRAY, H., B.A. LOND., LL.D. TOR. 
STEWART, J. MCG., B.A. Tutor. 

logan, j. w., m.a. Lectr. 

BUTLER, G. K., M.A. Lectr. 



oxner, w. c, d.d.s., b.c.d.s. Lectr. 
Genl. and Oral Surg, and A ncesth. 

WOODBURY, F. V., M.D., CM. DAL., 
L.R.C.S. AND L.R.C.P. EDIN., 
L.F.P.S. GLAS. Prof. 

History, Ethics, and Jurispr. 

WOODBURY, F., D.D.S. , P.C.D.S. 

Lectr. 

Operative Dentistry 

RYAN, F. W., D.D.S. MICH. Prof. 

BECKWITH, W. H. H., D.D.S. PENN. 

Lectr. 

MACDONALD, R. E., D.D.S. P.D.C 

Orthodontia 

WOODBURY, W. W., B.SC, D.D.S. 

p.d.c. p r of. 



DENTISTRY £>. p a th. and Therap. 

Crown and Bridge Work, &>c. Cogswell, a. w„ m.d., cm. hfx., 

THOMPSON, G. K., D.D.S. P,D-C Prof. M.C, D.D.S. PENN. Prof. 

127 



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Prosthetic Dentistry 

RITCHIE, S. G., B.A. N. BRUNS., 
D.M.D. T.D.C. Prof. 

WOODBURY, R. H., D.D.S. P.D.C. ,, 
WOODBURY, H., D.D.S. P.D.C. Lectl". 

fluck, g. Hi, d.d.s. p.d.c. Lectr. 
ENGINEERING, Civil 

FINLAYSON, J. N., M.SC. MCG. Prof. 

GEOLOGY [Lectr. 

MCINTOSH, D. S., B.A., M.SC. MCG. 

HISTORY and Pol. Econ. [Prof. 

TODD, J. E., M.A. EDIN. AND OX. 

HYGIENE{v.slsoMed.—Therap.) 

POTTER, J. L., M.D., CM., CAN. 
PERMT. ARMY MED. CORPS 

Lectr. 
LANGUAGES and Literature 
Biblical Literature [Lectr. 

FALCONER, J. W., M.A. EDIN., D.D. 
KENT, H. A., M.A. Lectr. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

MACMECHAN, A., B.A. TOR., PH.D. 

j. hopk. George Munro Prof. 
shannon, m. Josephine Reader. 

Modern Languages 

JONES, H. P., B.A. VIND., PH.D. 

heid. McLeod Prof. 

LA W (v. also Med. Jurispr.) 
Const, and Internal. Law 

WELDON, R. C, D.C.L. MT. ALL., 
PH.D. YALE, K.C. 

George Munro Prof. 
Contracts 

RUSSELL, HON. B., M.A., D.C.L. 
MT. ALL.* Prof. 

Crimes and Torts 

WALLACE, HON. W. B., LL.B.f Lectr. 

Evidence [Lectr. 

PATTERSON, HON. G., M.A., LL.B.f 

Insurance [Lectr. 

RITCHIE, HON. J. J., LL.B. HARV.* 

Partnership and Corporations 

DRYSDALE, HON. A.* Lectr. 

* Judge of the Supreme Court of N 



Practice, &>c. 

MCINNES, H., LL.B., K.C. Lectr. 

ROGERS, T. S., B.A. AC, K.C 
RUSSELL, B. W., B.A. MT. ALL., 

ll.b. Lectr. 

Real Property, Wills, &c. [Lectr. 

O'CONNOR, W. F., B.C.L. VIND., LL.B. 

Statutes and Procedure 

JENKS, S., LL.B., K.C, DEPUTY 
ATTORNEY-GENL. Lectr. 



MATHEMATICS 

MACNEILL, M., M.A. HARV. 



Prof. 



MEDICINE and Surgery 

Diseases of the Eye, <5>>c. [Lectr. 

MATHERS, R. B., M.D. NEW YK. 

Skin Diseases 
ross, j., m.d., cm. mcg. Lectr. 
Materia Medica 

BUCKLEY, A. F., M.D., CM. DAL., 
PHM. LIC MONTR. Prof. 

MCLEOD, E. M., M.N.S. PHM. SOC 

Demr. 

Medical Jurispr. 

O'CONNOR, W. P., LL.B. DAL., B.C.L. 

vind. Lectr. 

BLACKADDER, E., M.A. AC, M.D., 

cm. Lectr. 

Medicine [Prof. {Clin. Med.) . 

SMITH, M. A. B., M.D. NEW YK., 

M.D., CM. VIND. 
SILVER, L. M., B.A. VIND., M.B., CM. 

EDIN. 

Prof. {Med. and Clin. Med.). 

MURRAY, L. M., M.D., CM. MCGILL 

Prof. 

FORREST, W. D., M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. 

ENG., L.R.C.P. LOND. Lectr. 

MACKENZIE, K. A., M.D., CM. {Anat. 

Demr.) Lectr. 

Mental Diseases [Prof. 

HATTIE, W. H., M.D., CM. MCG. 

Obst. and Dis. of Women and 
Children [Prof. 

CURRY, M. A., B.A. VIND., M.D. N.Y. 
ALMON, W. B., M.D., CM. 

Assoc. Prof. {Obst.). 
S. t Judge of the County Court. 



DALHOUSIE 129 

Path, and Bacteriology Therapeutics 

LINDSAY, M. A., B.SC. DAL., M.B. CAMPBELL, D. A., M.D., CM. Prof. 
EDIN. Prof. CORSTON, J. R., B.A., M.D., CM. 

Surgery and Clin. Surg. [Prof. Lectr - ( T - and Hygiene). 



PHILOSOPH Y [G. Munro Prof. 

LAIRD, J., B.A. CAMB., M.A. EDIN. 



HOGAN, E. V., M.D., CM. MC G. 

M.R.C.S. ENG., L.R.C.P. LOND. 
CHISHOLM, M., M.D., CM. MC G. 

l.r.c.p. lond. PHYSICS [G. Munro Prof. 

Prof. (Clin. Surg.), bronson, h. l. ( ph.d. yale 

STEWART, J., M.B., CM., LL.D. THE PRESIDENT Lectr. 

EDIN. Prof. (Surg.). JOHNSTONE, J. H. L., B.A. Instr. 

WEATHERBE P M.B. EDIN. Lectr YSIO LOGY 

(Surg.), Demr. (Oper. Surg.). 

THOMAS, L. M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. HARRIS > D ' F " *"" M " D - GLAS ' 
ENG., L.R.C.P. LOND. BSC " L ° ND ' DSC ' B * RM - 

Demr. (Pract. Surg.). f.r.s.e. Prof. 

macintosh, g. a., m.d., cm. Demr. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Estey, J. A., B.A. Ac and Ox., Ph.D. Wis., Assoc. Prof, of Hist., 

&c, resigned. 
Finlayson, J. N., appointed vice Howe. 
Howe, C. D., S.B. Mass. I.T., Prof, of Civ. Engin., resigned. 
Laird, J., Lectr. in the Univ. of St. And., apptd. vice Magill. 
Magill, R., M.A. R.U.I. , Ph.D. Jena, Prof, of Philos., apptd. 

Chairman of Canadian Grain Commission. 
Todd, J. E., Assoc. Prof, of Hist, in McGill, apptd. vice Estey. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Appointments to the Board of Govrs. are made by the Governor- 
General in Council on the nomination of the Board. 

Faculties. Arts and Science ; Law ; Medicine ; Dentistry. 
The Arts and Science Faculty includes Music, Pharmacy, and 
Engineering. 

Terms, 191 3-14. First term, Aug. 26 to Dec. 20 ; second, Jan. 6 
to April 30. 

Degrees, &c. Arts — B.A., M.A. ; Science — B.Sc, M.Sc. ; Law — 
LL.B., Honorary LL.D. ; Medicine and Surgery — M.D., CM. ; 
Dentistry — D.D.S. ; Pharmacy — B.Phm. ; Music — Mus.Bac, Diploma 
of Lie. of Mus. 

The Faculties provide complete instruction in courses leading to all 
the degrees except in Music and Pharmacy, in which the requisite 
professional teaching is given by the Halifax Conservatory, the N.S. 
Coll. of Pharmacy, and other approved institns. Attendance at these 



130 DALHOUSIE 

courses is a condition precedent to admission to examn. for the 
Bachelorship. The minimum age for admission to any of the courses 
is 16. 

Arts and Science. The course for the B.A. or B.Sc. extends over 
4 years from the Matricn. examn., which includes Latin and either 
Greek or French or German, Engl., Hist., and Maths. By suitable 
selection of elective subjects students looking forward to the study 
of Divinity, Law, Med., or Engin. may take courses in Arts or Science 
that will enable them to reduce the normal period of study for the 
professional degree by i or 2 years. Certain High School Certifs. give 
admission to the 2nd year. If a sufficiently high standing is obtained 
in the first 2 years an Honours course may be taken. The compulsory 
subjects for the B.A. are — Latin or Greek ; Engl. ; 1 other language ; 
Hist. ; Philos. ; Maths. ; Chem. ; one other Science subject. Those 
for the B.Sc. are — Engl. ; French ; German ; Maths. ; Phys. ; 
Chem. ; Drawing. Honours courses are provided in Class., Latin and 
Engl., Greek and Engl., Engl, and Engl. Hist. ; Econ. and Hist., 
Philos., Maths., Phys., Chem. and Chem. Phys., Geol. and Geol. Chem. 
Certain other ordinary classes have to be taken simultaneously. A 
candidate for Honours may defer his examn. in the Honours subjects 
until a year after passing the examns. in the ordinary subjects of the 
4th year. Students holding certain diplomas of the affiliated Prince 
of Wales Coll., Charlottetown, are admitted to the 3rd, 2nd, or 1st 
year, as the case may be, of the B.A. course. The M.A. is given for 
successful completion of an approved one-year course of graduate 
work, which may consist of private reading, attendance at the Univ. 
being optional. 

Law. The course covers 3 years, reducible to 2 for a B.A. of a 
N. Bruns. or N.S. Univ. who has taken Law subjects for part of his 
B.A. course. The Matricn. examn. includes Latin and either Greek 
or French or German, and it, or its equivalent, must be completely 
passed before entering the 2nd year of the course. The Prelim. Law 
examns. in any of the Canadian Provinces or Newfoundland or Brit. 
W. Indies are accepted as equivalent. The course includes participa- 
tion in Moot Court proceedings. 

Medicine. The work of the Halifax Med. Coll. was taken over by 
the Univ. in 191 1. Professional examns. are conducted jointly by the 
Univ. and the Provincial Med. Board. The M.D. and CM. are con- 
ferred simultaneously. The course covers 5 years. The Matricn. 
examn. (including Latin and either Greek or French or German) or its 
equivalent must have been completely passed before entering the 
2nd year of the course. Annual examns. must be passed in due order. 
Clinical instruction is given in the Vict. Gen. Hospl. (170 beds), 
Children's, Lying-in, City Home, and N.S. Ment. Dis. Hospls., and 
visiting Dispensary. 

Dentistry. In 191 2 the Maritime Dent. Coll. was merged in the 
Univ. The Provincial Dental Board has appointed the examiners of 



DALHOUSIE 131 

the Faculty (together with 7 other dentists) to act as the Provincial 
Examining Board for registration. Hence a successful candidate for 
the D.D.S. who conforms to the regns. of the Board is qualified without 
further examn. to practise in N.S. The course covers 4 years, the 
first 3 of 8 mos. and the last of 7 mos. The Matricn. examn., as for 
Med., or its equivalent, must be completely passed before entering 
the 3rd year. Annual examns. must be passed in due order. The 
M.D., CM. and D.D.S. can be reached by concurrent courses in 
7 years. 

Music. The course for the Lic.Mus. extends over 2 years. That 
for the Mus.Bac. over 3. Candidates for admission to any of the 
examns. for either must have passed Matricn. in Engl., and before the 
Final examn. must have completed Matricn. and given evidence of a 
good reading knowledge of French and German. 

Pharmacy. Candidates for the B.Phm. must have passed Matricn. 
and have had 4 years practical experience and attended full courses 
in the prescribed subjects covering at least 1 year. 

Engineering. A 2 years course is provided. There is a special 
Matricn. examn. including Engl., Hist, and Geog., Maths., French or 
German, and Latin or Greek or higher French or German. Candidates 
who have passed only the ordinary Matricn. will need 3 years to com- 
plete the requirements of the N.S. Tech. Coll. course. A matriculant 
in Engin. must have passed at least in Maths, before entering the 
Engin. course and must have passed completely before entering the 
2nd year of the course. See also Appendix VI. 

Women are admitted to all courses and degrees on equal terms 
with men. 

Residential Facilities. A register of approved lodgings is kept, 
and students not residing with relatives or friends must reside in one 
of these. A residence for women has been opened under the auspices 
of the Dal. Alumnae Assocn. 

Libraries. In addition to the Univ. (16,000 vols.) and Law 
(8000 vols.) libraries, both belonging to the Univ., students can obtain 
access to the Provincial Science (48,882 vols.), Mining Society's, Legisla- 
tive, Citizens' Free, Presbyt. Theol. Coll., and Cogswell Med. Libraries. 

The Museum includes large collections of birds, Indian antiquities, 
and Geol. specimens. Students can also use the Provincial Mus. of 
Geol., Mineral., and Zool. 

Laboratories. The Physical Lab. accommodates 16, the Chem. 
10 1, and the Biol. 25 students working simultaneously. There are 
also Geol., Mineral., Med., and Dent. Labs. 



132 DALHOUSIE 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in July ; the President's 
Aivnual Report, in Sept. ; Gazette, 10 times during term, price $i. See 
also p. 316. 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions. $450,000 has been raised for the purchase of a 
site for erection of new buildings and to increase the endowment fund. 

Special Event. Corner-stone of new Science building laid by 
H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught in Aug. 191 2. 

Number of Students preparing for Degrees or Diplomas — Arts and 
Science, 272 (including 86 women) ; Law, 40 ; Med., yy (4 women) ; 
Dent., 13. Special and occasional (including 22 Law) students, 47. 

Degrees Conferred. M.A., 2 (women) ; M.Sc, 1 ; B.A., 35 
(including 10 women) ; B.Sc, 4 ; LL.B., 12 ; M.D., CM., 7 ; D.D.S., 2. 

New Buildings. Science building for Chem. and Phys. under 
construction. 

Other New Developments. Residence for women students 
opened Sept. 191 2 (independent of the Univ.). 



UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN, 
TRINITY COLLEGE 



Chancellor 

Vice-Chancellor 

Visitors of Trinity College 



Provost 



Viscount Iveagh, K.P., LL.D. 
The Rt. Hon. D. H. Madden, LL.D. 

The Chancellor (or Vice- 

Chancellor) . 
The Lord Chief Justice. 
A. Traill, LL.D., M.D., M.Ch. 



Senior Fellows of the College 

Williamson, B., M.A., Sc.D. 

Vacancy vice T. K. Abbott, deceased. 

Gray, T. T., M.A., Registrar. 

Mahaffy, J. P., D.D., Mus.Doc, Vice-Provost 

Tarleton, F. A., LL.D., Sc.D., Auditor. 

Tyrrell, R. Y., M.A., Litt.D., Senior Dean and Catechist. 

Cathcart, G. L., M.A., Bursar. 



Junior Fellows of the College 



Burnside, W. S., M.A., Sc.D. 

Parser, L. C, M.A., Litt.D., 
Junior Bursar and Registrar 
of Chambers 

Roberts, W. R. W., B.D. 

Culverwell, E. P., M.A. 

O'Sullivan, A. C, M.A., M.D. 

Beare, J. I., M.A. 
*|Russell, R., M.A. 

Fry, M. W. J., M.A. 
♦Wilkins, G., B.D. 
fMacran, H. S., M.A. 
*Gwynn, E. J., M.A. 
♦Exham, G. A., M.A. 

Thrift, W. E., M.A. 

Smyly, J. G., M.A. 

Public Orator 

Librarian 

Registrar 

Lady Registrar 

Warden of Trinity Hall 






* Tutor Fellows. 



♦Mooney, G. W., M.A. 

♦Kennedy, W., M.A. 
*fRogers, R. A. P., M.A. 

*Goligher, W. A., M.A., Litt.D. 

*Fraser, J., M.A., Junior Dean. 
*fKelleher, S. B., M.A. 
*t Alton, E. H., M.A. 

Gwynn, R. M., B.D., Hon. Chap- 
lain. 
*|Webb, G. R., M.A. 

♦Tate, R. W., M.A. 

♦Thrift, H., M.A., Junior Proctor. 

-{■Canning, H., M.A. 
Stewart, S. G., M.A. 

fLuce, A. A., M.A. 

t Johnston, J., B.A. 

L. C. Purser, Litt.D. 

Vacant, 

T. T. Gray, M.A. 

Lucy P. Gwynn. 

Eliz. M. Cunningham. M.A. 



t Hon. Lecturers for 19 13-14. 
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134 



DUBLIN 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY 

DIXON, A. F., M.B., SC.D. Ulliv. Prof. 
HOLTBY, J. R. D., M.B., B.S. 

Chief Demr. 
Anatomy, Comp., v. Zool. 

ASTRONOMY 

PLUMMER, H. C, M.A, OX., Royal 

Astron. of Ireland Prof. 

MARTIN, C. Asst. 

BOTANY 

dixon, h. h., sc.d. Univ. Prof. 

ATKINS, W. R. G., M.A. Asst. 

CHEMISTRY 

young, s., sc.d. Univ. Prof. 

RAMSDEN, W. C. Asst. 

krall, h., b.a. Demr. 

Applied Chemistry 

WERNER, E. A. Prof. 

CLASSICS (v. also Langs.) 

THE TUTORIAL STAFF * LeCtTS. 

DENTISTRY 

D. Surgery and Pathol. [Lectr. 

BAKER, A. W. W., M.D., M.DENT. SC. 

story, w. g. t., m.b. Lectr. 

D. Mechanics 
cockburn, j., l.d.s. Lectr. 

Orthodontia 

FRIEL, E. S., M.DENT. SC. Lectr. 

DIVINITY 

gwynn, j., d.d. Regius Prof. 

WHITE, N. J. D., D.D. 

Deputy for Reg. Prof. 

GREGG, J. A. F., B.D. 

Abp. King's Prof. 

JENNINGS, J. A., M.A. 

Wallace Lectr. 

LAWLOR, H. J., D.D. Asst. 

GREEN, D. C, B.D. Asst. 

CARLETON, J. G., D.D. Asst. 

ROBERTS, W. R. W., B.D. Asst. 

GWYNN, R. M., B.D. Asst, 

* v. Notes below 



LUCE, REV. A. A., B.D. Asst. 

YOUNG, E. S., B.D. Asst. 

Biblical Greek 

WHITE, N. J. D., D.D. Prof. 

wilkins, G., b.d. (Prof, of Hebrew) 

Temporary Deputy for Prof. 
Ecclesiastical History 

LAWLOR, H. J., D.D. Prof. 

English Bible 

white, n. j. d., d.d. Lectr. 
Pastoral Theology 

JENNINGS, J. A., M.A. Prof. 



EDUCATION 

CULVERWELL, E. P. 



M.A. 



ENGINEERING, Civil 

ALEXANDER, T., M.A.I. 
JACKSON, J. T., M.A. 
LILLY, W. E., M.A. 

Elec. Engin. Practice 

TATLOW, W., M.A., B.A.I. 

Electric Traction 

HARRIS, G. M. 

Mechanical Engin. 

LILLY,W.E.,M.A.,M.A.I.,SC.D. 



Prof. 

Prof. 

Asst. 
Asst. 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 



GEOGRAPHY {for I.C.S.) 
poole, h. h., b.a. Lectr. 

GEOLOGY and Mineralogy 

JOLY, J., M.A., SC.D. Prof. 

cotter, j. r., m.a. Research Asst. 
Paleontology 

SMYTH, L. B., B.A. Lectr. 

HISTORY (v. also Div.—Eccl. 
Hist.) 
Ancient H. and Class. Archceol. 

GOLIGHER, W. A., M.A., LITT.D. Prof. 

Modem History 
vacant' Erasmus Smith's Prof. 
vacant Lecky Prof. 

MAXWELL, CONSTANTIA E., M.A. 

Lectr. 
under " Arts." 



Mod. Hist, and Pol. 
I.C.S.) 

FARRAN, A. C, B.A. 



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Lectr. 



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Lectr. 
Hindu- 

Prof. 
Lectr. 
Lectr. 

Prof. 



LANGUAGES and Literature 
Anglo-Saxon 

WILLIAMS, R. A., LITT.D. 

Arabic, Persian, and 
stani 

KING, L. WHITE, LL.D. 

Celtic Languages 

GWYNN, E. J., M.A. 

Classical Composition 

TATE, R. W., M.A. 

English Literature 

TRENCH, W. FITZ J:, M.A. 

French (v. also Romance) 

THE TUTORIAL STAFF * LeCtTS. 

French and Ger. (for I.C.S.) 

CERF, A. J. W., LITT.D. Lectr. 

German 

WILLIAMS, R. A., LITT.D. Prof. 

Greek (v. also Div. — Bibl. G.) 
beare, j. 1., m.a. Regius Prof. 

Hebrew 

WILKINS, G., B.D. Prof. 

white, n. j. d., d.d. Lectr. 

KENNEDY, W., M.A. Lectr. 

ALTON, E. H., M.A. Lectr. 

Irish 

MURPHY, J. E. H., M.A. Prof. 

Latin 

SMYLY, J. G., M.A. Prof. 

Romance Languages [Prof. 

RUDMOSE-BROWN, T.B.,M.A., D.LITT- 

Sanskrit and Comp. Philol. 

COLLINS, M., B.A., PH.D. Prof. 

Tamil, Telugu, Burmese, Hindi, 
and Bengali 

POPE, J. V. S., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 



English Law (for I.C.S.) 
dockrill, j., m.a. Lectr. 

Feudal and English Law 

BAXTER, J. S., LL.B. Reg. Prof. 

Penal Legisln., Const, and Crim. 
Law, and Evidence 
julian, e. l., b.a. Reid Prof. 

MATHEMATICS 

BURNSIDE, W. S., M.A., SCD. 

Erasmus Smith's Prof. 
russell, r., m.a. Donegal Lectr. 

THE TUTORIAL STAFF * LectrS. 

JOHNSTON, J. P., SCD. 

Lectr. for I.C.S. 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

Materia Med. and Pharmacy 
smith, w. g., m.d. King's Prof. 

Med. Jurispr. and Hygiene 
bewley, h. t., m.d. Lectr. 

Medicine, Practice of 
craig, j., m.d. King's Prof. 

Midwifery 
Wilson, t. h.,f.r.c.s.i. King's Prof. 

Pathology 
o'sullivan, a. c, m.d. Lectr. 

Asst. 
Asst. 



WIGHAM, J. T., M.B. 
STOKES, A., M.B. 

Physic 

LITTLE, J., M.D., LL.D, 

Surgery 

BALL, SIR CHARLES B. 

M.CH. 
TAYLOR, E. H., M.D. 
PEARSON, W., M.D. 



Reg. Prof. 

BART., M.D., 

Regius Prof. 
Prof. 

Asst. 



MILITARY SCIENCE 
Mil. Engin. and Topog. 

BACKHOUSE, M., M.A.I. Lectr. 

Mil. Hist., Strategy and Tactics 
fulcher, c. Lectr. 



MUSIC 

buck, p. c, m.a., mus.doc. Prof. 



LAW 

BASTABLE, C F., LL.D. Reg. Prof. 

Civil Law and Gen. Jurispr. ORA TORY 

maturin, c, ll.b. Prof, vacant Erasmus Smith's Prof 

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PHILOSOPHY, MORAL cotter, j. r., m.a. Asst. 

MACRAN, H. S., M.A. Prof. POOLE, H. H., M.A. Asst. 



Mental and Moral Science 

THE TUTORIAL STAFF * LectrS. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

Thompson, w. h.,sc.d. King's Prof. 
PHILOSOPHY, NA JURAL of the Institutes of Medicine. 

FRY, M. W. J., M.A. Univ. Prof. CALDWELL, W., M.A. Asst. 

KELLEHER, S. B., M.A. Asst. NESBITT, G. E., M.D. Asst. 

THE TUTORIAL STAFF * LectlS. CLOTWORTHY, H. R. Asst. 



PHYSICS 



POLITICAL ECONOMY (v. also 
Hist., Mod.) 

THRIFTS *,,M.A. BASTABLE, C. F., LL.D. Prof. 

Erasmus Smith s Prof, of Nat. 

and Exper. Philos. ZOOLOGY and Comp. Anat. 

THRIFT, H., M.A. Asst. MACKINTOSH, H. W., M.A. Prof. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Berry, T. S., Asst. to Reg. Prof, of Div., apptd. Bp. of Killaloe. 

Clotworthy, H. R., apptd. vice Wallace. 

Cotter, J. R., apptd. vice Fletcher. 

Dowden, E., Prof, of Eng. Lit. and Oratory, deceased. 

Fletcher, A. L., Asst. to Prof, of Geol., resigned. 

Green, D. C, Asst. to Abp. King's Prof, of Div., promoted vice 

Berry. 
Johnston, Joseph, elected Fellow of Trin. Coll. 
Luce, A. A., promoted vice Green. 
Purser, Miss O., apptd. temp, lectr. in Eng. Lit. during vacancy 

in Prof 'ship. 
Wallace, T. A., Asst. to King's Prof, of Institutes of Med., resigned. 
Weaver, J. R. H., Prof, of Mod. Hist., resigned on election to a 

Fellowship in Hist, at Trin. Coll., Ox. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Departments. There are Committees for each of the Arts Honour 
Schools and for Hebrew and Oriental Langs., Law, Physic, Engin., 
Indian and Home Civil Service, Army, Music, Educn., Agric. 

Matriculation. There is an entrance examn. in which Latin is 
an obligatory subject. 

University Terms. Terms are kept during the undergraduate 
course, either by lectures or by examns. But terms in Div., Law, 
Med. (including Surg., Obst. Sc., and Dent. Sc), Engin., Agric, and 
Army School must be kept by attendance on the Lectures of the Profs, 
and therefore require residence either in the Coll. or in its vicinity. 
This condition does not apply to the B.Mus., B.Sc, or B.A. The 

* v. Notes below under " Arts." 



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terms of 1913-14 begin as follows : Miens. Oct. 10, Hilary Jan. 10, 
Trin. April 15. Arts Lectures terms commence about the beginning 
of Nov., Feb., and May. 

Degrees, Diplomas, &c. B.A., M.A., Litt.D. ; B.D., D.D. ; LL.B., 
LL.D. ; M.B., M.D., B.Ch., M.Ch. ; Sc.B., Sc.D. ; B.A.O., M.A.O. ; 
B.Dent .Sc., M.Dent.Sc. ; B.A.I. , M.A.I. ; Mus.Bac, Mus.Doc. ; 
Diplomas in Med., Surg., Obst. Sc., Pub. Health, Educn., Elec. 
Engin., Econ. and Commerc. Knowledge ; Licences in Engin. and 
in Dental Science ; Certificate in Educn. ; Testimonium in Divinity. 

Arts. Distinctive features of the Univ. are, firstly, that every 
student who wishes to obtain a Professional degree has also to obtain 
an Arts degree, and secondly that there are compulsory subjects in 
the Pass B.A. course, even in the last two years of the course, when 
considerable latitude of choice is allowed in other Univs., e.g. at the 
Degree examn. Ethics and Astron. are compulsory. The demand 
for teaching in the subjects of the Pass Arts course which arises from 
these two causes is met by the Tutor Fellows (see list above). The 
course lasts four years, but it is only necessary to keep two out of the 
three terms in each year, or eight in all. It is also possible to complete 
the course within three years from entrance by taking the final examn. 
of the first year at the time of entering and keeping all three terms of 
the second year. Every student must choose one of the Tutor Fellows 
(see list above) as his Tutor and should apply to him for all information 
before and after entrance. 

The Honour B.A. — known as a Moderator ship — can be taken in ten 
different groups (viz. 1 Math., 2 Class., 3 Ment. and Mor. Philos., 4 Exp. 
Sc, 5 Nat. Sc, 6 Hist, and Pol. Sc, 7 Mod. Lit., 8 Leg. and Pol. Sc, 
9 Eng. Sc, 10 Celtic), and undergraduate honours in the same subjects 
(except No. 9) can be obtained in each academic year and in some sub- 
jects in each term. The course lasts four years in the case of Nos. 1, 2, 4, 
5, 6, 7, three years in Nos. 3 and 10, and two years in No. 8. Honour can- 
didates are also required to pass the examinations for Pass candidates, 
with the exception of the Pass B.A. Examination. Instruction in 
these Honour courses is given partly by the Profs, and partly by the 
Tutorial staff. 

A B.A. of three years standing may be admitted M.A. There is 
no examn. for this, nor is a thesis required. 

Dublin possesses certain special attractions for students of history 
(especially Irish History or Genealogy), viz. (1) The large quantity of 
MSS. in Trinity College library, (2) The State papers in the Irish Record 
Office. 

Divinity School. Registrars — The Reg. and Abp. King's Profs. 
The B.D. and D.D. are open to all candidates, whatever be their religious 
convictions. The B.D. is obtained by an examn. open to all grads. 
in Arts, and the D.D. is open to any B.D. of three years standing, and 
is awarded on a thesis or published Theol. work. 

Although membership of the Church of Ireland or England is not 






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compulsory, the great majority of Divinity students intend to Serve 
in the ministry of these Churches or their Foreign Missions. The 
course for the Divinity Testimonium lasts two years, and only graduates 
in Arts can join the second year classes. There is a Dub. Univ. Mission 
to Belfast — a settlement in a working-class district. A Social Service 
Society owns tenement houses in one of the worst parts of Dublin, the 
collection of rents and management being in the hands of a Committee 
of Students. There are two Univ. Missions — to Chota Nagpur and to 
Fukien. 

Law School. Registrar — R. Russell, M.A. A large proportion of 
the Irish barristers and solicitors get their legal education in this 
school, the instruction being supplemented by the lectures of the 
Benchers of King's Inns and of the Incorporated Law Society. The 
course covers 2 years. Dublin is the seat of the Irish High Court — the 
Courts being within a quarter of an hour's walk of Trin. Coll. 

Medical School. Registrar — A. F. Dixon, Sc.D. Asst. Registrar 
— Capt. Allen, R.A.M.C. In numbers this is by far the most important 
school ; there are about 250 students in it. 

A B.Ch. of this Univ. of three years standing who has had two years 
professional practice or study may be admitted to the M.Ch. examn. 
A candidate for the M.D. degree must be of M.A. standing and have 
passed the Final Examn. in Med., Surg., and Midwifery, and must 
present a thesis or pass an examn. Postgraduate Medical Classes (a 
three weeks course) in all branches are held in June and in the autumn. 
Hon. Sec. — A. R. Parsons, M.D. Facilities are given to doctors wishing 
to take the D.P.H., and opportunities for research in Anatomy, Physi- 
ology, and Bacteriology are provided. It is expected that a School 
of Tropical Medicine will shortly be started. Dublin possesses many 
general hospitals which are well equipped and which draw patients 
not only from the city but from the whole of Leinster. The multiplicity 
of small hospitals involves a large number of appointments available 
for med. graduates. The Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital and Coombe 
Lying-in Hospital are well known, and the Rotunda Hospital has a 
world-wide reputation. 

The Engineering School (Registrar — W. E. Thrift, M.A.) provides 
a 3 -years course in Surveying and Gen. Engin., with an optional 
fourth year in Elect, and Mech. Engin. A B.A.I, who has been actually 
engaged upon engin. works for three years may be admitted M.A.I. 
The numbers in the school have been steadily increasing of late, and 
now about 25 students are qualified annually. 

School of Agriculture. Registrar — W. G. Hodson, M.A. This 
is more or less in an experimental stage, there being, so far, very few 
students. The practical agricultural work is carried on in connexion 
with the Govt. Agric. Dept., which has a farm for teaching purposes 
near Dublin. The course is a two years one. 



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Training Dept. for Secondary Teachers. This exists for 
women students only, and is carried on in connexion with Alexandra 
Coll., Dublin, where most of the work is done. The Prof, of Educn. 
gives lectures in Trin. Coll. 

The Diplomas and Certificate in Education and in Economics 
and Commercial Knowledge are awarded on the results of examns. 
which are open to anyone of prescribed general education. 

Registrar of the School of Education — E. P. Culver well, M.A. 

Indian, Colonial, and Home Civil Service School. Regis- 
trar — E. H. Alton, M.A. Lectures are given in the subjects of the 
open competition ; also in Indian Langs., &c, to the successful 
candidates. 

Army School. Registrar — G. R. Webb, M.A. A 2-years course 
of lectures in Military Subjects is provided. Commissions are allotted 
to Trin. Coll. by the Army Council (v. Appendix II). 

Officers' Training Corps. The University contingent comprises 
Infantry, Medical, Engineering, and Army Service Corps units ; total 
strength about 400. 

Post-graduate Lectures in Advanced Mathematical Physics 
are delivered by the Prof, of Nat. Philos., but there is no other post-grad, 
teaching (except the medical classes mentioned above and assistance 
to Science Research Students). 

Recognition of other Univs., &c. Students in Arts of Oxford 
and Cambridge desiring to become members of the Univ. of Dublin 
are allowed credit for their previous academic record according to the 
rules to be found in the Calendar. 

No students or graduates of any other Univ. (i.e. other than Oxford 
or Cambridge) are allowed to take the B.A. unless they have kept at 
least two academic years at Trin. Coll. 

No student is allowed to take any of the degrees in Med., Surg., and 
Midwifery unless he has attended at least three years of the prescribed 
curriculum in the School of Physic, Trin. Coll. 

A B.A. or M.A. of any of the undermentioned Univs. may be 
allowed by special permission of the Board credit for the first two 
years and the examn. held at their expiration, provided that if he 
has not studied as part of the approved courses in his Univ. any of 
the compulsory subjects of that examn. the Sen. Lectr. may require 
him to pass a qualifying examn. in such subjects : — Aberd., Belf., 
Birm., Brist., Edin., Glasg., Leeds, Liver., Lond., Manch., St. And., 
Sheff., Wales, and Nat. Univ. of Ireland. 

Certain exemptions from examn. are granted to students of the 
late Royal Univ., Ireland, and Magee College, Londonderry. 

I A student who has passed two years in Arts studies at any of the 
lermentioned Univs. and passed the examns. belonging to that 



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period is given credit for the first academic year, provided that if 
the course he lias pursued does not include all the subjects of the 
first year of Dublin Univ. the Sen. Lectr. may require him to qualify 
by examn. in the omitted subjects : — Adel., All., Bom., Cal., McGill, 
Madr., Mel., N. Brum, N. Zea., Panj., Syd., Tas., Tor., King's Coll. 
Windsor. To such students the entrance fee and May half-yearly fee 
of the first year are remitted. 

South African students are granted special concessions, as follows : 
A student who has passed the Matricn. examn. of the Cape Univ., 
including Latin and either French, German, Dutch, or Greek, is admitted 
without further examn., and if a med. student, is excused the Prelim. 
Med. examn. If he has also obtained credit for attendance for one 
year in Phys., Chem., Bot., and Zool. at one of the following Colls. — 
S.A., Vict., Grey, Rhodes, Transvaal — he may on certain conditions 
reduce his period of study in Dublin by on£ year. A student who has 
passed the Cape Interm. examn. may present himself for the Final 
examn. of the second collegiate year. One who has passed the Cape 
B.A. examn. is given credit for two collegiate years. In keeping terms 
students from S.A. are allowed to substitute Dutch for French or Ger. 
when two langs. are required. Three exhibitions of ^50 p. a. tenable 
for three years are offered annually to S.A. students. Nominations 
are made by the Univ. Colls, above mentioned and Natal. 

The Board and Council are prepared, in the case of students of 
Medicine, to consider applications from Colonial Univs. and Colls, 
for recognition of courses of instruction given by them. 

No recognition granted under this scheme will exempt a student 
wishing to take the Dublin degree from spending at least three full years 
of Med. study in Trin. Coll. 

Scholarships open to Graduates. Two studentships of ^100 
p. a. tenable five years are offered annually for grads. in Arts. 
Prizes amounting to ^450 are awarded annually for grads. who 
deserve assistance for research or other purposes ; the Madden Prize 
of £300 to the best unsuccessful candidate at the Fellowship examn. 
A number of other prizes, &c. (including the Helen Blake National 
Hist., nearly ^400), are open to grads. under M.A. standing. 

Women Students are, equally with men, admissible to lectures and 
examns. (except those of the Engin. and Div. Schools), and to the 
privilege of reading in the Library. A separate Anat. Dept. has been 
provided for women medical students. 

Appointments. There is a Univ. Appointments Assocn. formed 
under the sanction of the Board of Trin. Coll. 

Site and Residential Facilities. The Coll. occupies a large 
site in the middle of the city, with ample grounds for the athletic 
clubs, and has residential accommodation for about 270 students. 
At Trinity Hall (acquired by the Univ. in 1908) there is residential 
accommodation for about 40 women students. A new Hostel is being 



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opened by the General Synod of the Church of Ireland for the accommo- 
dation of Div. students of that Church. There are also registered 
lodging-houses. It is compulsory for all students of the Coll. to 
reside in them if they do not reside in chambers within the Coll., 
or with their guardians in Dublin. 

The Library of Trin. Coll. has enjoyed since 1801 the privilege 
(shared by the British Museum, Bodleian, Cambridge, and Edinburgh 
Advocates' Libraries) of receiving a copy of every book published in 
England. It contains 333,110 volumes and 2077 MSS. (See also 
Note above, under Arts.) A catalogue of MSS. was published by the 
Librarian in 1900. 

Astronomical Observatory of Trin. Coll. is at Dunsink, five 
miles from the Coll. It is the official residence of the Royal 
Astronomer of Ireland. 

Museums, &c. Formerly equipment for science teaching was 
inadequate, but now, thanks to the Science Laboratory Fund con- 
tributed by the grads. and friends of the Univ. during the years 
1903-06 and to Lord Iveagh's generosity (see below), the Coll. has 
good modern equipment for teaching and for research work. 

Museums of Geol. and Mineral. (Curator — Prof. J. Joly, Sc.D., 
F.R.S.) and Engin. Models (Curator— Prof. T. Alexander, M.A.I.) 
in Museum building ; Zool. and Comp. Anat. (Curator — Prof. H. W. 
Mackintosh, M.A.), Surg, and Med. Pathology (Director — Prof. E. H. 
Taylor, M.D.), Materia Medica (Curator— Prof. W. G. Smith, M.D.), 
and a Chemical Museum in the Medical School buildings. The 
Museum of Nat. Philos. is accommodated in the new Physical 
Laboratory. 

The Botanic Gardens (Director— Prof. H. H. Dixon, Sc.D., F.R.S.) 
are about a mile from the Coll. and are about eight acres in extent. 
The General Herbarium is particularly rich in the plants of N. America, 
India, S. Africa, and Australia. The new School of Botany was built 
and equipped at a cost of about ^7950 through the munificence of 
Viscount Iveagh, who also provided ^16,500 for the construction and 
equipment of the Physical Laboratory. 

Publications. Calendar, Vol. I, pubd. about July, gives in- 
formation as to Courses in Arts and Professional Schools and Pass 
Arts Examn. Papers. Price 2s. ; Vol. II, pubd. soon after Jan. 1, 
gives results of examns., Degrees conferred, additions to Vol. Ill, and 
lists of students, Senate, electors, and College officers ; Vol. Ill, pub- 
lished in 1901, 1906, and 1913, contains lists of past prizemen, &c, 
Graduates in Honours, officers, and benefactors. Supplement to the 
Calendar, pubd. about middle of Feb., contains Honour Examn. Papers 
in Arts, Prize and Scholarship Papers, and Papers set in the Pro- 
fessional Schools. Hodges, Figgis, and Co., Ltd., 104 Grafton Street, 
Dublin ; Longmans, Green, and Co., London, New York, and Bombay. 



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" Book of Trinity College, Dublin, 1591-1891." Price 21s. Hodges, 
Figgis, and Co. 

Hermathena appears at intervals of about a year, edited by Prof. 
J. I. Beare and devoted chiefly to original papers on Classics, Litera- 
ture, History, and Archaeology. 

T.C.D. : A College Miscellany, id. weekly in Term ; the Students' paper. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions received during the Past Year. ^10,000 for 
endowing a Research Assistantship in Geology and providing apparatus, 
&c. ; ^250 for an addition to the Botanical Lab. ; bequest for endow- 
ment of a Lecky Chair of History and a bronze bust of the late Mr. 
Lecky; upwards of ^250 for a portrait panel of the late Prof. D. J. 
Cunningham and endowing a Medal and Prize in Anatomy in his 
memory ; ^150 in stock for endowing a Dompierre-Chaufepie Prize 
for French ; ^20 p.a. for five years to aid payment for residence of 
deserving Div. students. 

New Posts Created : Palaeontology Lectr. ; Asst. Registrar to 
School of Physic. 

Number of Students in Arts on the Books, Jan. i, 191 3. 
Undergrads. 992, Grads. 128. The numbers include such students as 
only come up to the Univ. for examns. (it is possible to qualify for the 
B.A. by examn. alone), but these are believed to comprise only about 
8 per cent, of the total. No evening classes are held. Research students 
and grads. working in the Laboratories (excluding members of the 
start) are : — Physics, 2 ; Chemistry, 4 ; Geology, 2 ; Botany, 2 ; 
Anatomy, 2 ; total, 12. 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. Litt.D. — R. Bagwell, D.L. ; 
A. C. Clarke ; L. R. Farnell ; Prof. Karl Wiedemann (of Bonn). Sc.D. — 
Prof. A. C. Seward ; Hon. R. J. Strutt. M.Ch.— Sir Robert H. Woods. 

Other Degrees (191 2). D.D. 2 ; LL.D. 11 (including 1 woman) ; 
M.D. 25 ; D.Sc. 1 ; D.Litt. 3 (2 women) ; B.D. 7 ; M.A. 76 (9 women) ; 
M.A.I. 2 ; LL.B. 14 ; M.B., &c, 53 (4 women) ; B.A.I. 20 ; B.Sc. 3 ; 
B.Dent.Sc. 1 ; B.A. 230 (37 women) ; Mus.D. 1 ; Mus.B. 2 ; Lie. Dent. 
Sc. 1. 

Additions to Buildings, &c. During the past year Viscount 
Iveagh (Chancellor of the Univ.) presented to the authorities the sum 
of ^10,000, to be invested — the proceeds to be applied to providing 
research assistants and equipment for the Dept. of Geology and 
Mineralogy, which has hitherto been much hampered for want of 
funds. The Physiological Dept. has been improved by the addition 
of a Chemical and a Research Laboratory. 

Other New Developments. A Univ. Co-operative Society has 
been formed and registered, and is opening a store. 



UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM 

[Reconstructed under the Univ. of Durham Act (8 Edw. VII. 
c. 20), 1908, in two divisions : (1) the Durham Division, including 
the Durham Colls., and (2) the Newcastle Division, consisting of the 
Coll. of Medicine and Armstrong Coll.] 

Chancellor His Grace the Duke of North- 

umberland, K.G. 

Vice-Chancellor Sir George H. Philipson, Kt., 

M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 

Pro-Vicd-Chancellors J. S. G. Pemberton, M.A., D.C.L. ; 

F. B. Jevons, M.A., D.Litt. ; 
W. H. Hadow, M.A., D.Mus. 

Proctors S. R. P. Moulsdale, M.A., B.D. ; 

P. P. Bedson, M.A., D.Sc. 

Registrar H. G. Theodosius, M.A. 

Treasurer F. W. Ritson, M.A. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Univ. has no teaching staff apart from those of the Durham 
Colls., the Coll. of Medicine, and Armstrong Coll. The Coll. of Medicine 
and Armstrong Coll. have respectively full power and authority to 
regulate their constitution and government, and to provide for the 
appointment of all their teachers and other officers. 

Faculties. Arts, Letters, Science, Theology, Law, Medicine, 
Commerce. 

The Faculties of Science and Commerce are seated entirely at 
Armstrong Coll. Science includes Engin. (Mech., Civ., and Elec), 
Mining, Metall., Naval Archit., and Agric. Armstrong Coll. has also 
Day Training and Fine Arts and Handicrafts Depts. 

Admission. In order to be matriculated a student must have 
passed the prescribed matricn. examn. or its equivalent. Among those 
recognized as equivalent for admission to Armstrong Coll. are certain 
examns. of the Univs. of Australia and N.Z. and the S.A. Coll., Cape 
Town, which qualify also for admission to the Inst.C.E. The Coll. 
of Med. recognizes the matricn. examns. of Indian Univs. which embrace 
Latin and either Persian or Sanskrit. 

I Terms, 191 3-14, begin as follows : 
Michs. : Durh., Oct. 17 ; Med., Oct. 1 ; Armstrong, Sept. 29. 
Epiph. : Durh., Jan. 16 ; Med., Jan. 6 ; Armstrong, Jan. 6. 
Easter : Durh., April 24 ; Med., April 17 ; Armstrong, April 21. 
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No student is held to have kept any term unless, being duly matri- 
culated, he has complied with certain prescribed conditions. Tn the 
Durham Colls, attendance during 40 weekdays is required. The 
Council and Senate may allow terms kept in another Univ. to be 
counted. See also under Affiliated Colls. 

Degrees, &c. Arts : B.A., M.A., B.Litt. (now obsolete), M.Litt., 
D.Litt., Diploma in Oral French or German. 

Science : B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc, Associateship in Sc. 

Theology : B.A., D.D., Lie. in Theol. 

Law : B.C.L., D.C.L. 

Medicine : M.B., B.S., M.D., M.S., L.D.S., Diploma in Psychiatry. 

Hygiene : B.Hy., D.Hy., Diploma in Pub. Health. 

Music : B.Mus., D.Mus. 

Education : Diploma in Theory and Practice of Teaching. 

Dentistry : Licence in Dent. Surg. 

Arts. There are two B.A. degrees, one being the B.A. in litteris 
antiquis. For this 6 terms residence and a course of study in the 
Durham Div. are required, but Theol. students may count as terms 
kept in Arts three terms kept as Theol. students. A similar concession 
is made to students of the Coll. of Med. and Armstrong Coll., and 
persons who have completed a course of study and examn. qualifying 
for the Lie. in Theol. at one of the Theol. Colls, mentioned in list C 
below. Scripture Hist., Greek, and Latin are compulsory subjects. 
For the other B.A. 9 terms must be kept, but see Affiliated Colls. B. 
Students who are not candidates for Honours must qualify in five 
subjects, including one ancient and one other lang. 

M.A., M.Litt., and D.Litt. Degrees. A B.A. of 9 terms standing 
who obtained Honours or distinction at the Final B.A. examn., or after 
passing this examn. has passed that for the Lie. in Theol. or the B.C.L. 
or M.B. or B.Litt. degree, may be admitted M.A. A B.Litt. of 3 yrs. 
standing who passed the Final B.Litt. examn. with distinction or in 
Division I or is also a B.A. may be admitted M.Litt. Other candi- 
dates for the M.A. or M.Litt. degrees must pass examns. or perform 
exercises therefor. The D.Litt. degree may be granted for a sufficient 
contribution to learning after the B.A. or B.Litt. has been held for 
10 yrs. 

Science. A 3 yr. course in Armstrong Coll. leads from the matricn. 
examn. to the Final B.Sc. There are separate courses for students in 
Pure Sc, Agric, Mech. and Marine Engin., Elec. Engin., Civ. Engin., 
Naval Archit., Mining and Metall. Exemption from the 1st yr. may 
be allowed in consideration of a course in this or another Univ. accepted 
by the Board of the Faculty as equivalent. A B.Sc. of 2 yrs. standing 
who has satisfied the examine rs in any branch of Science may be admitted 
M.Sc. A M.Sc. of the standing of at least 21 terms from admission as 
B.Sc. may be admitted D.Sc. for distinction in special research or 
learning. 



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Theology. The B.D. examn. is open to candidates 25 yrs. of age 
in priest's orders who either have certain specified Univ. qualifications 
or are clergymen of not less than 7 yrs. standing from deacon's orders. 
The qualifications for the D.D. degree are similar to those for the D.Litt. 
except that a candidate must be a B.D. of this Univ. The Lie. in 
Theol. is open to members of the Church of England only. Six terms 
residence must be kept unless the candidate is a B. A. or holds a higher 
degree, but terms kept at one of the Theol. Colls, in list C below may 
be counted in lieu of residence in Durham, provided the candidate has 
passed all examns. required by his Coll. 

Law. The B.C.L. may be taken by a B.A. of 12 terms standing 
who has passed the prescribed examn. He may proceed to the D.C.L. 
on conditions similar to those for the D.Litt. 

Medicine. One of the 5 yrs. of medical study required for the M.B. 
degree must be spent in the Coll. at Newcastle. The B.S. degree 
cannot be taken until after passing the examn. for the M.B. For 
admission as M.D. a candidate must have had subsequently to gradua- 
tion as M.B. 2 yrs. of practice in a hospl. or in the Milit. or Naval 
service. A candidate for either the M.D. or M.S. must be 24 yrs. of 
age at least. 

M.D. Degree Examn. for Practitioners. A person who has been 
registered by the Gen. Med. Council of the U.K. and in the active 
practice of his profession for 15 yrs. as a qualified practitioner and is 
not less than 40 yrs. of age may obtain the M.D. degree without ful- 
filling any conditions as to residence on passing an examn. instituted 
for this purpose by this Univ. and held in March and June. Candidates 
who have not passed previously to their professional examn. an examn. 
in Arts are required to pass an examn. in Classics and Maths. Natives 
of India are admissible if they bring evidence of having passed within 
the preceding year an examn. in Latin. 

Hygiene. A candidate for the B.Hy. degree must be a grad. in 
Med. and have spent 1 yr. in professional study at Newcastle. He 
may be admitted to the D.Hy. examn. after 2 yrs. of Pub. Health 
administration or research. 

Dentistry. A candidate for the L.D.S. must have undergone a 
3 yrs. pupilage in Mech. Dent, with a registered dentist and been 
engaged in professional study for 4 yrs. subsequent to registration. 
Part of the curriculum for the L.D.S. can be taken at the Durham Coll. 
of Med. The rest can be taken at the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Dent. 
Hospl. 

Training of Teachers. The course for the Univ. Diploma covers 
3 yrs. Students may take part of the course while reading for a degree, 
but in that case a full year must be devoted to educational theory and 
practice after graduation. Students may be admitted to the Training 
Coll. for Teachers for Primary Schools for a 3 yrs. or for a 2 yrs. course. 




146 DURHAM 

Fine Arts and Handicrafts. The courses correspond to the 
requirements of the Board of Educn. 

Postgraduate Courses are provided for the B.Hy. (v. supra) and 
in Bacteriology. 

Publications. Durh. Univ. Calendar, pubd. in Oct., price is. 6d. ; 
Durh. Univ. Journal, three times each term, 6d. (Both by T. Cald- 
cleugh and Son, 45 Sadler St.). 



AFFILIATED COLLEGES 

A. 

codrington coll., barbados, and fourah bay coll., slerra 

Leone. 

Students of these two Colls, may matriculate, keep terms, and pass 
examns. therein and so qualify for degrees without coming to England. 
The degrees taken are B.A., M.A., B.C.L., D.C.L., and the L.Th. 
(Regns. Title VIII.). 

Codrington College. Trustees : The S.P.G. ; Visitor : The Lord 
Bishop of Barbados ; Principal : A. H. Anstey, M.A. ; Prof, of Theol. : 
J. C. Wippell, M.A., B.D. ; Prof, of Med. : H. J. Wolseley, M.B. 

Fourah Bay College. Founded by the Church Missionary Soc. 
in 1827 for the purpose of training Africans as schoolmasters, catechists, 
and clergymen. In 1876 its scope was enlarged, and it was affiliated 
to Durham. Visitor : The Bishop of Sierra Leone ; Principal : 
Vacant ; Vice-Principal : J. Denton, M.A. 

B. 

Students of 18 yrs. of age who have completed 2 yrs. study and 
examn. at the following Colls, and passed prescribed examns. of the 
Univ. may be allowed to count 2 yrs. kept therein as 1 yr. towards the 
B.A. degree (Regns. Title IV.). 

Ladies' Coll., Cheltenham. 

Queen's Coll., Harley Street, London. 

Women's Training Coll., Darlington. 

Women's Training Coll., Ripon. 

C. 

Students who have completed a course qualifying for the Lie. in 
Theol. at one of the following Theol. Colls, may count the final Coll. 
examn. in lieu of the first pub. Univ. examn. and be admitted to the 
final B.A. (in litteris antiquis) after keeping 3 terms as students in 
Arts at Durham (Regns. Title V, Sec. I) : 

St. Aidan's ; St. Augustine's ; Burgh ; Chichester ; Cumbrae ; 
Dorchester ; Edinburgh ; Gloucester ; Highbury ; Islington ; 



DURHAM 147 

Jamaica ; St. John's, Armidale, N.S.W. ; Lichfield ; Lincoln ; Moore, 
Sydney ; Queen's, St. John's, Newfoundland ; Salisbury ; Selwyn, 
Dunedin ; Truro ; Warminster ; Bishop Wilson School, Isle of Man ; 
Theol. Depts. of King's Coll., Lond., and of Queen's Coll., Birm. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

His Grace the Duke of Northumberland was installed as Chancellor 
on May 3, 1913; 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. D.D. : The Right Rev. the 
Lord Bishop of London (A. F. Winnington Ingram) ; the Very Rev. 
the Dean of Christ Church, Oxford (T. Banks Strong) ; the Very Rev. 
the Dean of Durham (H. HensleyHenson). D.C.L.: The Right Hon. 
H. H. Asquith, P.C., M.P. ; the Right Hon. Viscount Haldane of 
Cloan ; the Right Hon. Earl Curzon ; the Right Hon. Baron Rayleigh ; 
the Right Hon. Baron Joicey ; Sir William R. Anson, M.P. ; Sir 
William E. Bigge ; Prof. Paul Vinogradoff, of Ox. ; Sir Frederick 

D. Lugard, G.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O., D.C.L. Ox.; H. B. Wheatley ; 
Sir William Osier, Bart. D.Sc. : Sir Archibald Geikie, K.C.B., P.R.S. ; 
Sir Joseph J. Thomson, F.R.S. ; Sir William Crookes, F.R.S. ; Sir 
William Ramsay, K.C.B., F.R.S. ; Sir J. Alfred Ewing, K.C.B., F.R.S. ; 
Sir T. Clifford Albutt, K.C.B., M.D. ; Prof. E. B. Poulton, F.R.S. ; 

E. H. Hills, C.M.G., F.R.S. D.Litt. : L. T. Hobhouse ; H. Bradley ; 
C. H. Turner. M.Sc. : R. B. Greig. 

Other Degrees, &c, Conferred. Degrees, 352 (including 38 
women) ; Licences, 102 ; Diplomas, 10 (7 women). 

It has been decided to admit women to Convocation. 



DURHAM DIVISION 

President of Council J. S. G. Pemberton, M.A., D.C.L. 

Secretary of the Council A. Robinson, M.A., D.C.L. 

Master of Univ. Coll. H. Gee, M.A., D.D. 

Principal of Bishop Hatfield's Hall F. B. Jevons, M.A., D.Litt. 

Principal of St. Chad's Hall S. R. P. Moulsdale, M.A., B.D. 

Principal of St. John's Hall D. Walker, M.A., D.D. 

Censor of Unattached Students V. K. Cooper, M.A. 

Principal of Women's Hostel Sybil Wragge, Som. Coll., Ox. 

Censor of Home Students {Women) Edith M. Ellershaw, M.A. 

PrcBlector E. G. Pace, M.A., B.D. 

Secretary of Examinations H. Ellershaw, M.A. 

Treasurer F. W. Ritson, M.A. 

K Director of the Univ. Observa- Major E. H. Hills, C.M.G., D.Sc, 
y F.R.S., President of the R.A.S. 



148 



DURHAM 



PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS OF THE 
DURHAM COLLEGES 



ASTRONOMY 

CARPENTER, F. C. H., M.A., B.SC. 

lond. Lectr. and Observer. 



ECONOMICS 

BROWN, P. A., M.A. 

EDUCATION 

WADSWORTH, J. H., M.A. 



Lectr. 



Modem Languages 

HERDENER, C. F., M.A. 



MATHEMATICS 

HEAWOOD, P. J., M.A. 

Lectr. jones, d. c, m.a. 



Prof. 



Prof. 
Lectr. 



MILITARY EDUCATION 
robb, a. k., m.a. Lectr. 



HISTORY (v. also Theol.— 
Church H.) 

HENSON, VERY REV. H. HENSLEY, 

d.d. Hon. Prof. 

vacant Lectr. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
English Lang, and Lit. 

ELLERSHAW, H., M.A. Prof. 

Greek and Class. Lit. 

CRUICKSHANK, A. H. ( M.A. Prof. 

Hebrew [Prof. 

WATKINS, VEN. H. W., M.A., D.D. 
FOWLER, J. T., M.A., D.C.L., F.S.A. 

Lectr. 
Latin 
how, j. h., m.a. Prof. 



MUSIC [Prof. 

BRIDGE, J. C, M.A., D.MUS., F.S.A. 

PHILOSOPHY [Prof. 

JEVONS, F. B., M.A., D.LITT., F.R.E.S. 

Logic and Psychology 

ROBINSON, A., M.A., D.C.L. Prol. 

THEOLOGY 

pace, e. g., m.a., b.d. (Tutorial 
Fellow) Lectr. 

Biblical Exegesis 

WALKER, D., M.A., D.D. Prof. 

Church Hist. 

GEE, H., M.A., D.D., F.S.A. Prof. 

Divinity and Eccl. Hist. 

KNOWLING, R. J., D.D. Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Henson, Very Rev. H. Hensley, D.D., apptd. Hon. Prof, of Mod. 

Hist. 
Wragge, Sybil, apptd. Principal of Women's Hostel. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Position of Women. Students of the Women's Hostel and Home 
Students are on the same footing as other students of the Univ. 

Residential Facilities. Univ. Coll. and the three Halls men- 
tioned above provide accommodation for about 200 men, and the 
Women's Hostel for 14 women. 



The Univ. Library contains about 37,000 vols. 



DURHAM H9 

The Museum has a complete collection of British birds. 

Observatory. Almucantar. 

Scholarships, &c, for Graduates. Three Tutorial Fellow- 
ships of ^200-^300 and one Ordinary Fellowship are open to Durh. 
grads. ; De Bury, Lightfoot, each ^50 for 1 yr. while reading for 
Honours in Theol., open to Durh. grads. with Honours in Arts ; Van 
Mildert, £50 for 1 yr. while reading Theology, open to Durh. grads. in 
Arts. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. in Oct., price is. 6d. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions. Bequest (Lord Ilkeston), ^800 for " Winifred 
Foster " Scholarship for a woman student. 

New Departments and Posts. An Hon. Directorship of the 
Univ. Obs. and an Hon. Prof'ship of Mod. Hist, have been instituted. 
An Honours School in Mod. Hist, is being organized. 

The Council has made a grant for apparatus for the experimental 
study of Psychology. 

Number of Students preparing for Degrees. 230 (including 
20 women) . 

Number of Degrees Obtained. 12S. 



1913-14 

Conferences, &c. Meeting of the Scots Philos. Club and the 
Northern Univs. Philos. Soc, Dec. 20, 191 3. Joint Meeting of the 
Mind Assocn., Aristot. Soc, and Brit. Psych. Assocn., end of Easter 
Term 19 14. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, NEWCASTLE- 
UPON-TYNE 

[Incorporated under the Companies Acts. Constituted an integral 
part of the Univ. in 1909.] 

Chairman of the Court of Governors W. J. Sanderson, J. P. 

President of the College and Vice- Sir George H. Philipson, Kt., 

Chairman of the Court of M.A., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D., 

Governors F.R.C.P. {Vicc-Ckanctiior of the 



urovemo 



Univ.). 



150 

Registrar 

Treasurer 
Secretary 



DURHAM 

F. Page, M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 

F.R.C.S. 
C. A. Cochrane, M.A., J.P. 
R. Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY 

HOWDEN, R., M.A., M.B., D.SC. 
DURH., M.B., CM. EDIN., 

f.r.s.e. Prof. 

LICKLEY, J. D., M.D. GLAS. Demr. 
TELFER, S. V., M.B., CH.B. GLAS. ,, 
CLAY, J., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Surg. Anat. Lectr. 
BACTERIOLOGY, v. Path. Comp. 
BIOLOGY 

POTTER, M. C, M.A. CAMB. AND 
DURH., SC.D. CAMB., F.L.S. 

{Botany) *Prof. 

MEEK, A., M.SC, F.Z.S. (Zool.) 

♦Prof. 
CHEMISTRY 

BEDSON, P. P., M.A. DURH., D.SC. 
LOND. AND DURH., B.SC. VICT., 

f.i.c, j.p. *Prof. 

DERMATOLOGY, Clinical 
prof, bolam (v. Med. jurispr.) 

Lectr. 
HYGIENE, v. Pub. Health 

LARYNGOLOGY and Otology, 

Clinical 
whillis, s. s., m.d., b.s. Lectr. 

WILSON, W. F.. M.B., B.S. Asst. 



MEDICINE, Principles and 

Practice of [Prof. 

PHILIPSON, SIR G. H., M.A. CAMB., 
M.D. CAMB. AND DURH., D.C.L. 
DURH., LL.D. GLAS., F.R.C.P. 

DRUMMOND, D., M.A., M.D. DUB., 

d.c.l. Prof. 

OLIVER, SIR T., M.A. DURH., M.D. 
GLAS. AND DURH., LL.D. 
GLAS., D.SC. SHEF., F.R.C.P. 
LOND., F.R.S.E. Prof. 

Clinical Medicine 
prof, beattie (v. Therap.) Lectr. 
prof, hume (v. Mat. Med.) 

DRUMMOND, H., M.D., B.S. 
PARKIN, A., M.D., M.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. 

HALL, G., M.D., B.SC, M.R.C.P. ,, 
ALLISON, T. M., M.D., B.S. 
PATTERSON, D. W., M.B., B.S. ,, 
HUNTER, T. C, M.D., B.S. 

MIDWIFERY and Dis. of Women 
and Children 

LYLE, R. P. R., M.A., M.D. DUB. AND 
DURH., B.CH., B.A.O. DUB., 

l.r.cp.i. Prof. 

OPHTHA LMOLOG Y [Pro f . 

WARDALE, J. D., M.A., M.B., B.S. 
GOWANS, T., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 



MATERIA MEDIC A and Phar- PATHOLOGY and Clin. Path. 



macology 



MC DONALD, S., M.A. DURH., M.D., 



HUME, W. E., M.A. 
M.R.C.P. 



M.D., B.C., 

Prof. 



F.R.C.P. EDIN. Prof. 

SEWELL, W. T., M.D., B.S., D.P.H. 

Lectr. 
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE Pathology, Comp., and Bacterio- 

BOLAM, R. A., M.D. DURH., M.R.C.P. logy 

LOND. Prof. HUTCHENS, H. J., D.S.O., M.A. 



* Proi. in Armstrong Coll. also. 



DURHAM 



DURH., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 

d.p.h. ox. Heath Prof. 

LAWS, P. C. W., M.A. OX., L.S.A. 

Lectr. 

TULLOCH, W. J., M.B., CH.B. ST. 

and. Demr. 

HALL, G., M.D. LOND., B.SC. DURH., 

m.r.c.p. Demr. 

Pathology, Medical 
prof, hume (v. Mat. Med.) Demr. 
Pathology, Surgical [Demr. 

WILLAN, R. J., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

PHYSICS 

STROUD, H., M.A. CAMB. AND 
DURH., D.SC. LOND. AND DURH., 

f.ph.s.l. *Prof. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

BAINBRIDGE, F. A., M.A. CAMB. AND 
DURH., M.D. CAMB., D.SC. 
LOND., F.R.C.P. Prof. 

MENZIES, J. A., M.D. EDIN. Lectr 

PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE 

MC DOWALL, T. W., M.A. DURH., 
M.D. EDIN. AND DURH. Prof. 



151 

PUBLIC HEALTH [Prof. 

HILL, T. E., M.B., CM., B.SC. EDIN. 

SURGERY 

MORISON, J. R., M.A. DURH., M.D. 

edin., f.r.c.s. (Lectr. in 
Clin. S.) Prof. 

ANGUS, H. B., M.B., M.S. DURH., 

f.r.c.s. (Lectr. in Clin. S.) Prof. 
Clinical Surgery 

MARTIN, A. M., M.B., B.S. Lectr. 

RUTHERFORD, J. V. W., M.B., CM., 

Lectr. 

VV. G., M.B., B.S., 

Lectr. 

M.D., M.S 



M.R.C.S. 
RICHARDSON, 

F.R.C.S. 
LEECH, J. W 

EDIN. 

clay, j. (v. Surg. Anat.) 

TURNER, G. C, M.B., M.S. 



, F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. 

F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. 



THERAPEUTICS 

BEATTIE, T., M.D. DURH., M.R.C.P. 

lond. Prof. 

Electrotherapy 

ARNISON, W. D., M.D., B.S., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Lectr. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Students receive instruction inChem., Phys., and Biol, at Armstrong 
Coll. ; in Clin. Med. and Surg, in the Roy. Vict. Infirmary (over 400 
beds) ; in Pract. Midw. in the Maternity Hospl. (18 beds, over 1000 
cases attended annually in hospl. and outdoor maternity connected 
with it) ; in Fevers at the City Hospl. for Infec. Dis. (172 beds) ; 
in Dentistry at the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Dent. Hospl. ; and in Psych. 
Med. at the Northumb. County Asylum. 

The Library at the Roy. Vict. Infirmary contains about 6000 vols. 
Students can obtain access to the Armstrong Coll. {q.v.) and Lit. and 
Philos. Soc.'s Libraries. 

There are Museums of Path., Anat., Mat. Med., and Hygiene at the 
Coll. of Med., and of Geol. and Nat. Hist, at Armstrong Coll. 

Position of Women. The degrees are open to women. 

Residential Facilities. A list of suitable lodgings is kept by 
the Secretary. 

* Prof, in Armstrong Coil. also. 



152 DURHAM 

Scholarships for Graduates. Luke Armstrong Memorial, about 
£i$, open to grads. in Med. or Hygiene who have spent 6 mos. 
at this Univ. ; Stephen Scott, about ^40, open to a grad. of Durh. 
or any student of the Coll. ; Heath, ^200 (for an essay), open to Durh. 
grads. 

Publications. Calendar, issued in Aug. (free). 



THE YEAR 1912-13 

Number of Students. About 200 (including 16 women). 

Number of Degrees Obtained by men and women, 84. 

ARMSTRONG COLLEGE, NEWCASTLE- 
UPON-TYNE 

[An Incorporated Society registered under the Companies Acts.] 

President of the Board of Governors Rt. Hon. Earl Grey, P.C., G.C.B., 

and of the Council G.C.M.G., D.C.L., LL.D. 

Chairman of Council Sir Hugh Bell, D.C.L., LL.D., 

J.P. 
Principal W. H. Hadow, M.A., D.Mus. 

Secretary F. H. Pruen, M.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

ACCOUNTING Agricultural Chemistry 

SISSON, H. A., M.A. LeCTT. COLLINS, S. H., M.SC 

Adviser and Lectr. 

ROBERTSON, G. S., B.SC Asst. 

Agricultural Zoology 

GRAY, R. A. H., M.A., M.SC. Lectl*. 



AGRICULTURE and Rural Econ. 
(v. also Forestry) 

GILCHRIST, D. A., M.SC, F.H.A.S., 

f.r.s.e. Prof. 

WALKER, F. P., B.SC. 

Adviser and Lectr. ART [Director of the School. 

THOMPSON, L. A., B.SC. Asst. HATTON, R. G., A.R.C.A. LOND. 

macewen, i. p., b.sc. Asst. (Seven Assistants) 

schofield, t.b. Live Stock Officer 

for Northern Agric. Province. BA NKING 

little, w. b. {Horticulture) Instr. mosely, h. Lectr. 

Agricultural Botany 

anderson, t., m.a., b.sc. Lectr. BIOLOGY, v. Bot., Nat. Hist., 

Agricultural and Forest Botany Zool. 

MERCER, W. B., B.SC. Asst. Lectl". 



DURHAM 



BOTANY (v. also Agric. Bot.) 

POTTER, M. C, M.A., F.L.S., SC.D. 

camb. *Prof. 

MANGHAM, S., M.A. Lectr. 

WHITEHEAD, T., A.R.C.SC. Demr. 



153 

[Prof. 



(v. also Agric, 



fProf. 
Lectr. 



CHEMISTRY 

MetalL) 

BEDSON, P. P., M.A., D.SC. 
GARRETT, F. C, D.SC. 
SMYTHE, J. A., D.SC, PH.D. 
HALL, A. A., M.SC, PH.D. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
forster, a., m.sc, ph.d. Demr. 

BLATCHFORD, A. S., B.SC 

Prize Demr. 
wardlaw, w. Prize Demr. 

CLA SSICS and A ncient History 

DUFF, J. W., M.A., D.LITT. Prof. 

cooke, h. p., m.a. Lectr. 

Thompson, m. s., m.a. Lectr. 

ECONOMICS (v. also Banking, 
Geog.) [D. Dale Prof. 

HALLSWORTH, H. M., M.A., B.SC. 

Economics, Comml. and Industr. 

RAMSBOTTOM, J. W., M.A. 

G. B. Hunter Lectr. 
EDUCATION 

WRIGHT, M. R., M.A. Prof. 

MELVILLE, E. L., M.A. 

Mistress of Method. 

THOMSON, G. H., D.SC, PH.D. 

Master of Method. 

BUCKLEY, BEATRICE M., B.LITT. 

Asst. Lectr. 

THOMPSON, J. R., M.SC. 
HAWTHORN, C MARY, B.SC. 
BROWN, V. 

ENGINEERING (v. also Mm., 
Nav. Arch.) 

WEIGHTON, R. L., M.A., D.SC Prof. 
MORROW, J., M.SC, D.ENG. Lectr. 
EDEN, E. M., M.SC, A.M.I.CE. ,, 

hall, j., a.m.i.e.e. Demr. 

dixon, j. t. Demr. 



Engineering, Electrical 

THORNTON, W. M., D.SC, D.ENG. 
FIRTH, W. W., M.SC. LeCtT. 

FORESTRY (v. also Agric.) 

ANNAND, J. F., M.SC 

Adviser and Lectr. 
mclaren, j. Asst. Lectr. 

Economic 



GEOGRAPHY 

WILSON, R., M.A., B.SC. 

GEOLOGY 

LEBOUR, G. A. L. 
J 



Lectr. 



M.A., D.SC, F.G.S. 

B. Simpson Prof. 
d.sc Lectr. 



WOOLACOTT, 

hawkes, l., b.sc. Prize Demr. 

Crystallography and Mineralogy 

FLETCHER, M., M.A., F.G.S. , 

f.min.s.l. Lectr. 

HISTORY, Modern 

VICKERS, K. H., M.A. Prof. 

BRADSHAW, F., M.A., D.SC Lectr. 

History, Ancient, v. Classics 

LANGUAGE and Literature, 

English 
mawer, a., m.a. J. Cowen Prof. 

WRAGGE, SYBIL, B.A. 

Engl. Lit. Lectr. 

Languages, Modern 

LATHAM, A. G., M.A. Prof. 

BELGER, H., M.A., B. ES LETT. 

paris Lectr. 

MACGREGOR, LILIAS, M.A., DOC 

de l'u. gren. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS 

JESSOP, C M., M.A. Prof. 

caunt, g. w., m.a., m.sc Lectr. 
ru le, j., b.sc. Ast. Lectr. 

Mathematics, Applied, and Math. 
Physics 

HAVELOCK, T. H., M.A., D.SC. Lectr. 

rule, j., b.sc Asst. Lectr. 

METALLURGY 
prof, louis (v. Mining) 

W. Cochrane Lectr. 






* Prof, of Biol, in the Coll. of Med. 
t Prof, in the Coll. of Med. also. 



154 DURHAM 

THE LECTR. AND DEMR. in Mining ALEXANDER, F. H., M.SC., M.I.N. A. 

and Surveying Demrs. Lectr. 

^ TXTr ™ , c PHILOSOPHY, Mental and 
MINING and Surveying Moml rProf 

LOUIS, H., M.A., D.SC, F.I.C, F^G.S hoernl6j r f> ^ 

F.MIN.S.L. Prof. 



dean, h., m.sc, a.r.s.m. Lectr. PHYSICS 
kent, g. h. s. Prize Demr. 



MUSIC [Instr. 

whittaker, w. g., b.mus., f.r.c.o. 



[fProf. 

STROUD, H., M.A., D.SC, F.PH.S.L. 
MORRIS-AIREY, H., M.SC. Lectr. 

BULLERWELL, J. W., M.SC. Lectr. 

simons, l., b.sc Demr. 

NATURAL HISTORY poulton, j. h., b.sc Prize Demr. 

BRADY, G. S., M.D., LL.D., D.SC, ,™*V^ ' , 

f.r.s. Hon. Prof. ZOOLOGY (v. also Agric.) 

MEEK, A., M.SC, F.Z.S. fProf. 

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE peacock, a. d., b.sc 

welch, j. j., m.sc, m.i.ce., Lectr. and Demr. 

m.i.n.a. Prof. bentham, t., b.sc Demr. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Anderson, T., apptd. Lectr. in Agric. Bot. 

Annan d, J. F., Lectr. in Forestry, apptd. Adviser. 

Brown, V., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Day Training Dept. 

Collins, S. H., Lectr. in Agric. Chem., apptd. Adviser. 

Dean, A. E., M.A., M.Litt., Asst. Lectr. in Day Training Dept., apptd. 

Prof, of Educn. in Univ. Coll., Exeter. 
Gray, R. A. H., Lectr. in Agric. Zool., apptd. Adviser. 
Hallsworth, H. M., Lectr. in Econ., elected " D. Dale " Prof, of 

Econ. 
Havelock, T. H., Lectr. in Applied Maths., placed in charge of new 

independent Lectureship in Applied Maths., &c. 
Hearnshaw, F. J. C, M.A., LL.D., Prof, of Mod. Hist., apptd. Prof. 

of Mediaeval Hist, in King's Coll., Lond. 
McLaren, J., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Forestry. 
Mercer, W. B., B.Sc, apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Agric. and For. Bot. 
Mosely, H., apptd. Lectr. in Banking. 
Newbold, P., B.A., Lectr. in Classics, resigned. 
Peacock, A. D., apptd. Lectr. and Demr. in Zool. 
Ramsbottom, J. W., apptd. vice Hallsworth. 
Reid, J. M. W., apptd. Master of Sculpture in the School of Art. 
Rule, J., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Applied Maths. 
Schofield, T. B., apptd. Live Stock Officer for Northern Province. 
Sisson, H. A., apptd. Lectr. in Accounting. 
Thompson, J. R., promoted vice Dean. 
Thompson, M. S., apptd. vice Newbold. 
Vickers, K. H., apptd. vice Hearnshaw. 
Walker, F. P., Lectr. in Agric, apptd. Adviser. 
Wilson, R., apptd. Lectr. in Econ. Geog. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Coll. was at first intended for the Faculty of Science in the 
Univ., and its original title was Durham Univ. Coll. of Phys. Science. 
In 1904 its name was changed, and in 1909 it was reconstituted as an 
integral part of the Univ., given full representation on the new Senate, 
and admitted to Univ. degrees in Arts as well as in Letters and Science. 
A Faculty of Commerce is now being instituted. There are, among 
others, Art, Naval Archit., Agric, Commercial Educn., Marine Lab., 
House, Finance and Buildings, Building, Endowment Fund, and 
Teachers' Training Dept. Committees of the Council. 

The Agric. Dept. directs the Northumb. County Agric. Exper. 
Station at Cockle Park and the Durham County Station for Dairy 
Research at Offerton Hall. 

Full courses leading to the Science degrees, to the B.A., M.A., 
M.Litt., and D.Litt., to the B.Com. and M.Com., and to the Univ. 
Diploma in Educn. are provided. 

College diplomas in Engin., Naval Archit., Mining and Mine Sur- 
veying, Agric, and Commerce are open to students unable to take a 
complete degree course. 

Scholarships for Graduates. Pemberton Fellowship, ^120, 
tenable in Durh. or Newcastle for 3 yrs., open to grads. of Science 
in the Univ. being members of the Church of England ; Research 
Fellowship, ^125, tenable 2 or 3 yrs., and two research studentships, 
£62 10s. each, tenable 1 yr., open to Durh. grads. from Armstrong 
Coll. ; Daglish Fellowship, ^120, for 1 yr., renewable, for travel in 
foreign mining districts, open to any mining student. 

Residential Facilities. There is at present no hostel. A list 
of lodgings recommended by the Coll. is kept. 

The Library contains about 16,400 vols. Students can obtain 
access to the Library of the Lit. and Philos. Soc, containing about 
50,000 vols., and to that of the North of England Inst.M.M.E. A scheme 
of co-ordination in the learned periodicals accessible to students has 
been arranged with the Public Library of the City. 

Museums. The Nat. Hist. Soc. permit students to use the Hancock 
Museum. 

Laboratories. There is a lab. of Marine Biol, at Cullercoats 
on the Northumb. coast. 

For Forestry instruction the Coll. is in possession of 900 acres of 
wood at Chop well. 

The Agric. and Dairy research stations have already been mentioned. 

University Extension. Evening classes are held in some 27 
different subjects, including Carriage Building. Colliery Engin., and 




156 DURHAM 

Wireless Telegraphy. Special Saturday classes in Art, Biol., Maths., 
and Physics are held. A special course is provided for miners, covering 
three winter sessions, each session involving attendance for about 
24 Saturday afternoons. County Council scholars and working miners, 
mechanics, and others are admitted at reduced fees. A somewhat 
similar course is provided for Colliery Engineers, in collaboration with 
the North of England Inst.M.M.E. The Coll. co-operates with the 
Workers' Educational Assocn. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued about Sept., price is. 
Principal's Annual Report and Reports by Heads of Depts., issued 
in Oct. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. £12,155 subscribed to the Memorial 
Fund for the David Dale Chair of Econ. ; £5000 from a private donor 
and £5000 from the Board of Agric. for new Agric. building ; £2500 
for equipment of Engin. lab. ; £2000 for purchase of Diesel engine ; 
miscellaneous bequests and gifts amounting to about £6000. A sub- 
scription list headed with two donations amounting to £6000 has been 
opened towards establishing a Faculty of Commerce. 

Number of Full-time Students preparing for the Bachelorship, 
409 ; for the Diploma, 26 ; occasional students, 228 ; evening students, 
816 ; preparing for the Master's degree, 12 ; for the Doctor's degree, 2 ; 
engaged in Research at Armstrong Coll., 17. 

New Buildings, &c. New Agric. building and new Hydraulic 
Lab. See also Benefactions above. 

Negotiations are being conducted for the foundation at Newcastle 
(for students of Armstrong Coll. and the Coll. of Med.) of a branch of 
the Durh. Students' Union. 

A general Examining Board in Fine Art has been formed. 



UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH 



Chancellor 



Vice-Chancellor and Principal 



Rector 



Representative in Parliament 

Secretary of the Senatus 

Academicus 
Advisers of Students 
In Arts 

» » 
In Arts and Science 



Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P., 

D.C.L., LL.D. 
Sir William Turner, K.C.B., 

K.B.O. pour le Merite, D.C.L., 

LL.D., D.Sc, M.B., &c. 
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Minto, 

K.G., G.C.M.G., G.C.S.I., 

G.C.I.E., LL.D., &c. 
Sir Robert B. Finlay,, M.D., 

LL.D. 
Prof. Sir Ludovic J. Grant, 

Bart., B.A., LL.D. 

D. P. Heatley. 

J. Mill, M.A. 

C. G. Knott, M.A., D.Sc. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



AGRICULTURE and Rural 
Economy 

WALLACE, R. Prof. 

Agric. and Forest Entomology 

MACDOUGALL, R. S., M.A., D.SC. 

Lectr. 
Agriculture (v. also Forestry) 
watson, j. a. s., b.sc. Lectr. 



Applied Anatomy 
stiles, h. j., m.b., cm. Lectr. 
Comparative Anatomy 

BRADLEY, O. C, M.D., D.SC. Lectr. 

Morbid Anatomy 
shennan, t., m.d. Lectr. 

ANTHROPOLOGY and Pre- 
historic Archaeology 



ANATOMY 




HOGARTH, D. G., M.A. 


Munro Lectr. 


ROBINSON, A., M.D. 


Prof. 






JAMIESON, E. B., M.D. LeCtT.&Asst. 


ART {Fine Art) 




JOHNSTON, T. B., M.B. 


,, 


BROWN, G. BALDWIN, 


m.a. Prof. 


BEESLY, L., F.R.C.S.E. 


Asst. 






CHISHOLM, A. E., M.B. 


,, 


ASTRONOMY 




DICKIE, J. K. M., M.B. 


,, 


SAMPSON, R. A., M.A., 


d.sc. Prof. 


JARDINE, F. E., M.B. 


,, 






BOLTON, S., M.B., CH.B. 


,, 


BANKING 




RADFORD, A., M.B., CH.B. 


,, 


M'NEIL, A. C. 


Bruce Lectr. 


MACKENZIE, F. W., M.B., CH.B. ,, 






WOOD, W. Q., M.B., CH.B. 


,, 


BIOLOGY, v. Bot. 


, Nat. Hist., 


BURNHAM, C, M.B., CH.B. 


" 


Zool. 
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BOTANY 



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[Prof. 

BALFOUR, I. E., M.H., D.SC, F.R.S. 

davie, r. c, m.a., b.sc. Lectr. 

Mycology &> Bacteriology [Lectr. 
wilson, m., d.sc. (Asst. in Bot.) 

Plant Physiology 

SMITH, E. HOLMES, B.SC. (Asst. in 

Bot.) Lectr. 

CHEMISTRY 

WALKER, J., D.SC. Prof. 

DOBBIN, L., PH.D. Lect. & Asst. 

CUMMING, A. C, D.SC. 
TAYLOR, W. W., M.A., D.SC. 
MACKENZIE, J. E., PH.D., D.SC. ,, 
LONGSTAFF, J. P., D.SC. Asst. 

CAMERON, A., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 

KAY, S. A., D.SC. ASSt. 

JACKSON, C. G., B.SC. Asst. 

RAWLING, F., M.SC. Asst. 

GIBSON, G. E., B.SC, PH.D. Asst. 

murray, w. Technical Asst. 



EDUCATION, Theory, &>c, of 

DARROCH, A., M.A. Prof. 

DREVER, J., M.A., B.SC. ASSt. 

ENGINEERING [Prof. 

BEARE, T. H., B.A., B.SC, M.I.CE. 
GULLIVER, G. H., B.SC, A.M.I.M.E. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

TODD, J. B., B.SC ASSt. 

GRAY, J. ASSt. 

Drawing and Structural Design 

KERR, W. H., M.A., B.SC. (Asst. 

in E.) Lectr. 

FORESTRY (v. also Agric.) 

STEBBING, E. P., F.L.S., F.G.S. Lectr. 



PIKE, J. L., B.SC. 

Forest Botany 

BORTHWICK, A. W 



D.SC. 



Asst. 



Lectr. 



GEOGRAPHY 

CHISHOLM, G. G., M.A., B.SC. Lectr. 
LENNIE, ALICE B., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 



COMMERCIAL and Political 
Econ. and Merc. Law 

NICHOLSON, J. S., M.A., D.SC Prof. 

Economic History 
rees, j. f., m.a. Lectr. 

Political Economy 
guild, j. b., m.a. Lectr. and Asst. 

MYLES, W. H., M.A. Asst. 

Statistics and Math. Economics 

CARSE, G. A., M.A., D.SC. Lectr. 

(v. also Banking) 
DIVINITY 

PATERSON, W. P., D.D. Prof. 

M'EWEN, B., M.A., B.D., D.PHIL. 

Gunning Lectr. 
Apologetics [Lectr. 

fisher, r. h., d.d. (Asst. in Div .) 
Bibl. Crit. and Bibl. Antiq. 

PATRICK, J., D.D. Prof. 

Eccl. History [Prof. 

MACKINNON, J., M.A., PH.D., D.D. 

Natural Theology 
bergson, prof. h. Gifford Lectr. 



GEOLOGY 






GEIKIE, J., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S. Prof. 


THE LECTURERS 




Assts. 


Petrology 

CAMPBELL, R., M.A., 


D.SC 


Lectr. 


Palceontology 

VACANT 




Lectr, 


HISTOLOGY 






PRINGLE, H., M.B. 

Physiol.) 


(Asst. 


in 
Lectr. 



HISTORY 

LODGE, R., M.A., LL.D. Prof. 

heatley, d. p. Asst. and Lectr. 

EWING, J., M.A. ASSt. 

MELVILLE, E. W. M. B. Asst. 

Ancient [Greek & Rom.) Hist. 
giles, a. f., m.a. Lectr. 

Ancient Hist, and Palceog. 

BROWN, P. H., M.A., LL.D. Prof. 

Colonial and Ind. Hist. 
munro, j., m.a. Lectr. 

Const. Law and Const. Hist. 

MILLAR, J. H., B.A., LL.B. Prof. 



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and 



Prof. 
[Lectr. 

D.LITT. 
D.LITT. 

Lectr. 
Asst. 



Eccl. Hist., v. Div. 
Econ. Hist., v. Comml '. 

Pol. Econ. 
Scottish Hist. 

MEIKLE, H. W., M.A., D.LITT. 

(Tutor in Hist.) Lectr. 

HYGIENE, v. Pub. Health 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
Arabic [Lectr. 

ROBERTSON, E., M.A., B.D., D.LITT. 

Celtic Languages, &c. 

MACKINNON, D., M.A. 

French and Rom. Philol. 

SAROLEA, C, K.O.L., PH.D., 
RITCHIE, R. L. G., M.A., 
PARIS 

French 

M'WILLIAM, NANNIE, M.A. 

German and Teutonic Philol. 
schlapp, o., ph.d. Lectr. 

EGGELING, H. F., M.A. Lectr. 

German 

ANDERSON, AGNES L., M.A. 

Greek 

MAIR, A. W., M.A., D.LITT. 
TILL YARD, H. J. W., M.A. 

Lectr. and Asst. 
Hebrew and Semitic Languages 

KENNEDY, A. R. S., B.D., D.D. Prof. 
TRITTON, A. S., M.A. Asst. 

Latin [Humanity. 

HARDIE, W. R., M.A., LL.D. Prof, of 
DOUGLAS, W. C, M.A. Asst. 

NICHOLSON, CATHERINE, M.A. Asst. 

mill, j., m.a. Lectr. and Asst. 

Rhetoric and Engl. Lit. [Prof. 

SAINTSBURY, G..M.A., LL.D., D.LITT. 
WEBSTER, A. B., M.A. Lectr. & Asst. 
KITCHIN, G., M.A., B.LITT. ,, 

Sanskrit and Comp. Philol. 

EGGELING, J., PH.D. Prof. 



Asst. 



Prof. 



LAW 

A dministrative 

WOOD, P. F., M.A., 



LL.B. 



Lectr. 



Civil 

MACKINTOSH, J., B.A., LL.D. Prof. 
DYKES, D. O., M.A., LL.B. Asst. 

Constitutional, v. History 
Conveyancing 

MOUNSEY, J. L., W.S. Prof. 

GRANT, J. A. Asst. 

English 

MURDOCH, H. B., B.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Evidence and Procedure 
lewis, w. j., b.l., s.s.c. Lectr. 
Internat. (Priv.), and Landlord 
and Tenant 

HOWDEN, C R. A., M.A. Lectr. 

Mercantile (v. also Comml. and 
P.E.) 
aitken, h., K.c. Lectr. 

Public 

SIR LUDOVIC J. GRANT, BART., B.A., 

ll.d. Prof. 

Scots 

RANKINE, J., K.C, LL.D. Prof. 

HOWDEN, C R. A., M.A. ASSt. 

MATHEMATICS [Prof. 

WHITTAKER, E. T., M.A.,SCD., F.R.S. 
TWEEDIE, C, M.A., B.SC 

Lectr. and Asst. 

URQUHART, J., M.A., B.A. CAMB. ,, 

GIBB, D., M.A., B.SC. 

HORSBURGH, E. M., M.A., B.SC, 

a.m.i.ce. Lectr. 

Applied Mathematics 

KNOTT, C G., M.A., D.SC Lectr. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Bacteriology (v. also Path.) 

RITCHIE, J., M.A., M.D. 

Robert Irvine Prof. 
Diseases of Children 

THOMSON, J., M.D., AND STAFF 
OF HOSPL. FOR CHILDREN 

Clin. Lectrs. 
Diseases of the Eye 
sym, w. g., m.d. Lectr. 

Diseases, Mental 

ROBERTSON, G. M., M.D. Lectr. 



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EDINBURGH 



Diseases of the Skin 
walker, n., m.d. Clin. Lectr. 

GARDINER, F., M.D. 

Diseases of Tropics [Lectr. 

MARSHALL, MAJOR D. G., M.B., I. M.S. 

Entom., Med., and Protozool. 
ashworth, j. h. (v. Zool.) Lectr. 
Forensic Medicine [Prof. 

LITTLEJOHN, H., M.A., M.B., B.SC. 
SMITH, S. A., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Gyncecol., System, and Clin. 

BARBOUR, A. H. F.. M.A., M.D., 

ll.d. Lectr. 

cairns, f. d. Clin. Tutor. 

Infective Fevers 
james, a., m.d. Lectr. 

ker, c. b., m.d. Lectr. 

Laryng., Ot., and Rhinology 

TURNER, A. L., M.D. Lectr. 

GARDINER, W. T., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Materia Medica [Prof. 

FRASER, SIR THOMAS R., M.D., LL.D. 
GUNN, J. W. C, M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Medicine 

WYLLIE, J., M.D. Prof. 

CATTANACH, J. G., M.B., CM. Asst. 

Medicine, Clinical 

FRASER, SIR THOMAS R., M.D. Prof. 
WYLLIE, J., M.D. Prof. 

russell, w., m.d. M. Arnott Prof. 
philip, sir r. w., m.d. Senr. Lectr. 

GULLAND, G. L., M.D. 
BROWN, J. J.GRAHAM, M.D. ,, 

(Lectr. in Neurology) 

MATHEWSON, G. D., M.D., B.SC. Asst. 
M'NEIL, C, M.D. Asst. 

THATCHER, L. H. F., M.B. Asst. 

Medicine, History of 

COMRIE, J. D., M.D. LeCtT. 

Midwifery 

CROOM, SIR J. HALLIDAY, M.D. Prof. 
JOHNSTONE, R. W., M.D. Asst. 

Neurology 

BROWN, J. J. GRAHAM, M.D. Lectr. 

Pathology 

SMITH, J. LORRAIN, M.A., M.D. Prof. 
LYON, D. M., M.B. Asst. 

BULLOCK, W. E., M.D., CH.B. Asst- 



Path, and Bad. Methods 
muir, r. (Asst. in P.) Demr. 

Path. Bacteriology 

DICKSON, W. E. C, M.D., CH.B., 

b.sc. (Asst. in P.) Lectr. 

Path., Practical 

DRENNAN, A. M., M.B. (Asst. ill 

P.) Lectr. 

Pharmacol., Exper. 

SILLAR, W. C, M.D., B.SC. (Asst. 

in Mat. Med.) Lectr. 

Physical Methods 

RAINY, H., M.A., M.D. Lectr. 

Surgery 

THOMSON, A., M.D. Prof. 

GRAHAM, J. M., M.D. Asst. 

WATSON, A. P., M.A., M.B., CH.M. 

(Surg, and Clin. Surg.) Asst. 

ALEXANDER, R. C, M.A., M.B. Asst. 

Surgery, Clinical (v. also Anat. 
Morbid) 

CAIRD, F. M., M.B. Prof. 

Thomson, prof. a. Lectr. 

CATHCART, C. W., M.B., CM. 

Senr. Lectr. 

HODSDON, J. W. B., M.B., CM. „ 

WALLACE, D., M.B., CM. 

MILES, A., M.D. 

LANGWILL, J., M.D. Asst. 

MILITARY SUBJECTS 

JOHNSTONE, CAPT. H. M., R.E. 

(retd.) Lectr. 

MUSIC 

niecks, f., mus.d. Reid Prof. 

SHIRLAW, M., MUS.D. Asst. 

NATURAL HISTORY (v. also 
Bot. and Zool.) 

EWART, J. C, M.D., F.R.S. Prof. 

PHILOLOGY, v. Languages 
PHILOSOPHY, MORAL 

SETH, J., M.A. Prof. 

barker, h., m.a. Lectr. and Asst. 

LUCK, H., M.A. Asst. 

Logic and Metaphysics 

PATTISON, A. S. P., M.A., LL.D. Prof. 



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hardie, r. p., m.a. Lectr. & Asst. 

HALLETT, H. F., M.A. Asst. 

Psychology 

SMITH, W. G., M.A., PH.D. Lectr. 

NICHOLSON, W., M.A. Asst. 

PHILOSOPH Y, NA T URA L 

BARKLA, C. G., M.A., D.SC, F.R.S. 

Prof. 

CARSE, G. A., M.A., D.SC. 

Lectr. & Asst. 
milxe, j. r., d.sc. Lectr. & Asst. 

JARDINE, W., M.A. Nichol Asst. 

BELL, II., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 

MACKIE, J., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 

llndsay, x. (Mechanical) Asst. 
PHYSIOLOGY 

SCHAFER, SIR E. A., F.R.S. Prof. 

LECTRS. IN HISTOL. AND IN 

PHYSIOL. AsstS. 

HORNE, R. J. M., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 

Chemical Physiol. 

CRAMER, W., PH.D., D.SC. Lectr. 

Exper. Physiol. 

TAIL, J., D.SC, M.D. Lectl*. 



Physiol, of Nervous System 

BRUCE, A. N., M.D., D.SC. Lectr. 

PUBLIC HEALTH [Prof. 

STEWART, C. H., M.B., CM., D.SC. 
YOUNG, J. B., M.B., D.SC Asst. 

RHETORIC, v. Languages 
THEOLOGY, v. Divinity 
ZOOLOGY [Assts. 

THE LECTRS. IN COMP. EMBRYOL., 
GENETICS AND INVERT. Z. 

Comparative Anatomy 

BRADLEY, O. C, M.D., D.SC. Lectl\ 

Comparative Embryology, &c. 
beard, j., d.sc. Lectr. 

Entomology, v. Agric. and Med. 

Entom. 
Genetics 

DARBISHIRE, A. D., M.A. (Asst. in 

Zool.) Lectr. 

Invertebrate ZooL 

ASHWORTH, J. H., D.SC Lecti*. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Barkla, C. G., apptd. vice MacGregor. 

Bergson, Prof. H., apptd. Gifford Lectr. in Nat. Theol. 191 3-1 5. 

Brown, J. J. G., apptd. Senior Lectr. in Clin. Med. 

Bruce, A. N., apptd. Lectr. in Physiol, of the Nervous System. 

Cathcart, C. W., apptd. Senior Lectr. in Clin. Surg. 

Davie, R. C, apptd. Lectr. in Botany. 

Fisher, R. H., apptd. Lectr. in Christ. Apologetics. 

Gardiner, F., apptd. Lectr. in Diseases of the Skin. 

Greenfield, Prof, of Pathol., retired. 

Gulland, G. L., apptd. Senior Lectr. in Clin. Med. 

Hogarth, D. G., Magd. Coll., Ox., apptd. Munro Lectr. in Anthrop. 

and Prehist. Archaeol. 19 14. 
MacGregor, J. G., Prof, of Nat. Philos., deceased. 
M'Ewen, B., apptd. Lectr. in Div. 
Miles, A., apptd. Lectr. in Clin. Surg. 
Milne, J. R., apptd. Lectr. in Phys. Optics.* 
Philip, Sir R. W., apptd. Senior Lectr. in Clin. Med. 
Rainy, H., apptd. Lectr. on Phys. Methods in the Treatment of 

Dis.* 

* New apptnii. 

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Rees, J. F., apptd. Lectr. in Econ. Hist. 

Ritchie, J., Supt. of the Lab. of the R.C.S. Edin., apptd. Robert 

Irvine Prof, of Bact.* 
Robertson, E., apptd. Lectr. in Arabic. 
Shennan, T., apptd. Lectr. in Anat. Morb. 
Smith, E. H., apptd. Lectr. in Plant Physiol. 
Smith, J. L., apptd. vice Greenfield. 
Sym, W. G., apptd. Lectr. in Dis. of the Eye. 

GENERAL INFORMATION (v. also Appendix IV) 

Faculties. Arts, Science, Divinity, Law, Medicine, Music. This 
Univ. is known especially as a centre of Medical Education. 

Matriculation is effected by signing in a register, paying a fee, 
and enrolling in a class. For admission to the courses for graduation 
it is generally necessary to pass a Prelim, examn. or obtain exemption 
{see Appendix IV). 

Terms, 191 3-14. The academic year begins on Oct. 1. Classes 
open between Oct. 6 and 15, and re-open after Xmas vacation between 
Jan. 5 and 13. Classes in Arts, Med., and Science re-open after Easter 
holidays on April 14. Classes in Law re-open on May 12. 

Degrees, &c. Arts— M. A., D.Phil., D.Litt. ; Science— B.Sc. (in 
Pure Sc, Engin., Agric, Forestry, Vet. Sc, or Pub. Health), D.Sc. 
(in Pure Sc, Engin., Vet. Sc, or Pub. Health) ; Divinity — B.D., 
D.D. (Honorary) ; Law — B.L., LL.B., LL.D. (Honorary) ; Medicine — 
M.B., Ch.B., M.D., Ch.M. ; Music— Mus.B., Mus.D. (in course or 
Honorary) ; Diplomas are granted in Tropical Med. and Hygiene and 
in Psychiatry, and a Certif. in Diseases of Trop. Climates. 

Arts. The courses are organized in the following Depts. : Langs, 
and Lit. ; Ment. Philos. ; Science ; Hist, and Law. For the purpose 
of reckoning duration of study an academic year is constituted by 
attendance on at least one course of study in each of the 3 terms. 
As in other Scottish Univs., there is no B.A. degree. The M.A. course 
extends over 3 yrs. A candidate for the degree must present a certif. 
not only of regular attendance, but also of having duly performed the 
work of the classes in the qualifying courses. The period of study 
in the Univ. may be reduced to 1 yr. (the last) in the case of students 
from other Scot. Univs., and to 2 yrs. (which must include the last) 
in the case of a grad. of, or person who has attended for a year and 
passed an Interm. examn. in, one of the following Univs. — all Engl. 
Univs., Dub., McGill, Tor., Dal., Queen's (Can.), Manit., Melb., Syd., 
Adel., N.Z., Cape, the Indian, and certain foreign Univs. The curri- 
culum for the ordinary degree must include 7 courses from three of the 
four Depts. above mentioned. Candidates for the Honours Degree 
must take 2 subjects outside their Honours Group. 

* New apptmt. 



EDINBURGH 163 

Science. A B.Sc. curriculum in Pure Science covers 3 yrs. Seven 
courses must be taken, of which four must be taken in the Univ. The 
other three may be taken in approved institns. or under recognized 
teachers, provided that the fees for attendance in Edin. must not be 
less than according to the Univ. scale. The list of approved institns. 
includes, in addition to those situated in the U.K., the following Univs. 
and Colls, in the overseas Dominions : Adel., Dal., McG., Melb., 
Queen's (Can.), Syd., Tor., Wellington Coll., N.Z., Stellenbosch Coll., 
Madras Coll. of Agric, Colls, affiliated up to B.A. and B.Sc. standards 
to Indian Univs. and Engin. Colls, affiliated to these Univs. The 
recognized teachers include five in S.A. Coll., Cape Town. In 
Engineering and Agriculture similar rules apply. Eleven courses must 
be taken, of which five must be taken in the Univ. The Prelim, 
examn. must be passed before the First Science examn. is taken, but 
not necessarily before entering on the courses. As regards Agric, 
residence and practical work on a farm for 12 mos. are required. 
In Forestry also the curriculum extends over 3 yrs. Ten courses 
must be taken, of which five must be taken in the Univ. A candidate 
for the B.Sc. in Vet. Science must (i) have passed the Prelim, examn. 
prescribed for degrees in Science ; (ii) have been engaged in vet. study 
for 4 yrs. ; (iii) have a registrable qualification ; (iv) have attended 
certain specified courses, including 1 yr. of study in this Univ. The 
Royal (Dick) Vet. Coll., Edin., provides courses qualifying for admission 
to the Univ. examns. The B.Sc. in Pub. Health is open to grads. in 
Med. of Univs. of the U.K. and McGill, and Queen's (Can.), and 
certain foreign Univs. who have passed the prescribed examns. Admis- 
sion to the 1st examn. is conditional on proof of (i) practical study, 
after graduation in Med., of Bact. and Path, and Chem. as applied to 
Pub. Health, during 8 mos., of which 5 must have been in the Edin. 
Pub. Health Lab. ; (ii) attendance at sufficient and appropriate courses 
in Phys. and Geol. The 2nd examn. may be taken, not sooner than 
6 mos. after passing the 1st, on proof of having, subsequent to gradua- 
tion, (i) attended satisfactory courses in Med. and Engin. in relation to 
Pub. Health ; (ii) done practical work during 3 mos. (separate from 
the period of Lab. instruction) under supervision in Pub. Health 
administration ; (iii) attended during 3 mos. at an Infec. Dis. Hospl. ; 
(iv) received instruction during 3 mos. in Mensuration and Drawing 
under a recognized teacher. 

Divinity. The B.D. examn. is open to (1) a grad. in Arts of this 
Fniv. who has taken a complete Theol. course in a Scot. Univ. or 
>ther specially recognized institn. ; (2) a grad. in Arts of any Scot. 
)r other specially recognized Univ. who has completed his Theol. 
course, of which not less than 2 yrs. has been in this Univ. The Gifford 
.ectures on Nat. Theol. are open to the public. 

Law. The course for the B.L. covers 3 yrs., of which 2 must be 
spent in this Univ. Before entering on the course a student must 
have passed the Arts Prelim, examn. or its equivalent, Latin being 
me of the subjects. The course for the LL.B. also covers 3 yrs.; 



164 EDINBURGH 

but only i need be spent in this Univ. The examns. for this degree 
are only open to grads. in Arts of a Univ. of the U.K. or of AH., Calc, 
Mad., Cape, Dal., McG., N.Z., Queen's (Can.), Tor., or certain foreign 
Univs. Either degree (the B.L. or LL.B.) admits, on certain con- 
ditions, to the profession of Law Agent. The LL.B. admits, if certain 
subjects have been taken, to the profession of Advocate. 

Medicine and Surgery. The M.B. and Ch.B. must be taken 
together. Of the necessary 5 yrs. of medical study 2 must be spent 
at this Univ. The other 3 may be spent in any Univ. of the U.K. 
or other recognized institn. or under recognized Teachers. The fees 
for attendance in Edin. must not be less than according to the Univ. 
scale. The prescribed Prelim, examn. must have been passed or 
exemption obtained before entering on the course. A M.B. or Ch.B. 
of at least 24 yrs. of age who has subsequent to graduation been 
engaged for at least 1 yr. in the Med. (or Surg.) wards of a hospl. or 
scientific work, or 2 yrs. in practice not restricted to Surg, (or Med.), 
and passed the prescribed examn. and submitted a satisfactory thesis, 
may be admitted M.D. or Ch.M., as the case may be. The extra- 
academical teachers whose courses are recognized as qualifying for 
graduation include teachers in six of the S.A. Colls, as well as in 
13 towns in the U.K. 

The Diploma in Tropical Med. and Hygiene is conferred on graduates 
in Med. and Surg, of this Univ. and also on registered Med. practi- 
tioners satisfying certain requirements who have attended the prescribed 
courses and passed the requisite examns. The Psychiatry Diploma 
examn. is open to any registered medical practitioner or graduate of 
this Univ. who completes the prescribed course extending over 1 yr. 
or has held an asylum appointment for 2 yrs. 

Post-grad, courses in Med. are given in the summer vacation. 

Hospitals. The Infirmary, 900 beds ; Children's Hospl., 120; 
Maternity, 40 ; Fevers and Infec. Dis., 600 ; Asylum, 500. Total 
number of beds available for clinics, 2160. Over 50 resident posts 
in these hospls. are given annually to medical graduates. 

Music. Candidates for the Mus.B. must have passed the pre- 
scribed Prelim, examn. or its equivalent and attended a course in this 
Univ. during a whole winter session. A Mus.B. of 3 yrs. standing may 
offer himself for the Mus.D. This degree may be conferred honoris 
causa tantum. 

Training of Teachers. A Diploma is granted by the Edin. 
Provincial Committee for the Training of Teachers to grads. (of any 
recognized Univ.) who complete the courses prescribed by the Com- 
mittee, including attendance at the Univ. class in Educn. and at other 
Univ. courses. St. George's Training Coll. prepares women students 
for teaching in Interm. and Secondary schools. 

Military Education. A Univ. candidate for an Army Com- 
mission must attend the course of Milit. Lectures during at least 

z yrs. of his degree course. 



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Higher Decrees and Post-grad. Courses tn Arts and 
Science. The D.Sc. degree is open to (1) a B.Sc. or a M.A. with 1st or 
2nd class Honours of this Univ. of 5 yrs. standing ; (2) a graduate of 
another Scot. Univ. with a degree deemed equivalent to the Edin. 
MA. with 1st or 2nd class Honours ; (3) a research student who has. 
in pursuance of the regns. mentioned in the next para., spent 2 winter 
sessions or their equivalent in satisfactory special study or research 
in this Univ., and has held for 5 yrs. a degree of B.Sc. or M.B. of a 
recognized Univ. or a degree of such a Univ. implying the attainment 
of the aforesaid standard. A satisfactory published memoir or work 
or a thesis recording an original research must be presented by a 
candidate for the D.Sc. The qualifications for admission to the 
D.Phil, and D.Litt. are the same, omitting "a B.Sc. or "from (1), and 
in (3) for "B.Sc. or," &c, substituting M.A.with 1st or 2nd class Honours 
of any Scot. Univ. or its equivalent. The thesis or published memoir 
or work must be an original contribution to learning. The D.Sc. in 
Engin. or Pub. Health or Vet. Science may be granted to a B.Sc. in 
the same Dept. of 5 yrs. (Vet. Sc. 3 yrs.) standing on presentation of 
a thesis or published memoir or work. 

Facilities are provided in the Univ. for post-grad, work in Strength 
of Materials and Hydraulics. In the Heriot-Watt Coll. there is a 
course in Elec. Engin. for grads. By an agreement between the 
Univ. and the Heriot-Watt Coll. certain classes in the Coll. are recog- 
nized as qualifying attendances for the B.Sc. degree. 

Research Students. Regns. provide for the admission (without 
necessarily passing any entrance examn.) of persons of good general 
education (whether grads. of other Univs. or not) for the purpose of 
prosecuting special study or research under supervision. The title 
of Research Fellow may be conferred with or without a stipend on 
specially distinguished students. 

Scholarships for Graduates. There are about 70, and their 
aggregate value exceeds £6000. They are for the most part only 
open to grads. of or grad. students in the Univ., but the Shaw Mental 
Philos. Fellowship (£150 for 5 yrs.) and the four McCunn Med. 
Scholarships G£ioo each for 1 yr. renewable, for research at home or 
abroad) are open to grads. in Arts and Medicine respectively of any 
Scot. Univ. In addition to the above the Earl of Moray's endowment 
provides £630 p. a. for the promotion of original research. 

An Appointments Committee assists and advises students and 
ids. in obtaining educational and other posts. Among the public 
?ervices for which application may be made through the Committee 
are the Egypt and Sudan Civil Service, Indian Educnl. Service, Indian 
Pub. Works Dept., P.O. Engin. Dept., and Agric. apptmts. under 
the Govt, of India and under the Colonial Govts. The Committee 
keeps a register of members of the Univ. desiring employment, obtains 
the testimony of Profs, and Lectrs. personally acquainted with them, 
and supplies information to employers seeking it. 



166 EDINBURGH 

Women are admitted to graduation in all the Faculties except that 
of Divinity. They are admitted to classes in all the Faculties save 
that of Medicine. Women medical practitioners are now admitted 
to several advanced medical courses in the University. So long as 
within the Faculty provision is not made for the instruction of 
women in any subject qualifying for graduation in which provision 
is made for the instruction of men, it is in the power of the Univ. 
Court to admit to examn. for graduation women who have received 
the requisite instruction in that subject in any Univ. of the U.K. 
or in any recognized Indian, Colonial, or Foreign Univ. or Med. Schools, 
or under recognized teachers. 

Residential Facilities. The Students' Representative Council 
keeps a register of desirable lodgings. There are several residential 
Halls not under the control of the Univ., viz. : (i) for men students, 
Univ. Hall, founded 25 yrs. ago by Prof. Patrick Geddes ; Ramsay 
Lodge ; Blackie House ; St. Giles House ; Lister House ; (2) for 
women students, Masson Hall ; Muir Hall. 

Indian Students. The Secy, of State for India, in consultation 
with the Univ. authorities, has appointed a local adviser of Indian 
students — Dr. J. Miller, $ Hermitage Terrace. 

The Library, founded in 1580, contains 270,000 printed vols, 
and 8000 MSS., and includes many rare specimens of early lit., some 
bequeathed by Drummond of Hawthornden in 1627. Among the 
special collections are those of works relating to Shakespeare ; Persian 
and Arabic MSS.; works on Sansk. Lit. ; works on the study of Celtic ; 
Prof. Hodgson's collection of works on Econ. Science ; 47 vols, of 
Math, tables by E. Sang. There are numerous departmental libraries 
— Theol. (10,000), Class. (1000), Mod. Langs., Philos., Hist., Physiol., 
Nat. Philos., Geol., Engin. (including Transactions of many Engin. 
Socs. in Gr. Brit, and America), Music. 

There are Museums and Laboratories of Anat. (several thousand 
specimens, special collection illustrating Anat. of Cetacea, and very 
large collection of human crania from all parts) ; Art (Torrie Fine Art 
Gallery and Class. Art Museum) ; Chem. (places for 80 students) ; 
Econ. Entom. ; Engin. (including Hydraulics Lab. and water tower) ; 
Geol. and Petrol. ; Maths, (new Lab.) ; Mat. Med. (including a very 
complete collection of Med. and food substances), Forensic Med., 
Obst. and Gynaec, Pathol., Practice of Physic and Surg. ; Nat. Hist. ; 
Nat. Philos. (including a number of research rooms so arranged as to 
minimize vibration and variable magnetic conditions) ; Physiol. ; 
Pub. Health (Inst, built 1902, costing ^21,000) ; Music. There is a 
Botanic Garden with Herbarium. At the Millport Marine Station 
a table is rented by the Univ. 

Students of Astron. obtain their practical course at the Royal 
Observatory, the Prof, of Astron. being at the same time Astron. 
Royal for Scotland. 



EDINBURGH 167 

A Farm near Penicuik has been acquired for animal breeding. 

University Extension. The summer post-grad, courses in Med. 
are under the joint auspices of the Univ. and the R.C.P. and S. Edin. 
They are open to a limited number of students. The Univ. is now- 
represented on the Advisory Committees for the management of the 
Tutorial Classes for adults instituted by the School Boards of Edin. 
and Leith, in co-operation with the Workers' Educnl. Assocn. Vaca- 
tion courses in Mod. Langs, are given during Aug. in the Univ. 
buildings, but are not directly under the control and management of 
the Univ. 

International Academic Committee. A Committee appointed 
by the teaching staff and the Students' Representative Council offer 
information and advice to foreigners desirous of studying in this Univ. 
and to Edin. students intending to study in foreign Univs. The 
students' section also maintains a unique system of Internat. Academic 
Consuls at the chief European Univs., to whom it issues letters of 
introduction. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Aug., price 3s. net (in- 
cludes abstracts of accts. and proceedings of Univ. Court as well as 
usual information) ; an annual report is published separately. Examn. 
Papers for the year are pubd. as follows : Prelim, in Arts, Sc, Law, 
and Music, is. ; Prelim, in Med., 6d. ; Degrees in Arts, is. ; Sc, od. ; 
Div., 6d. ; Law, 6d. ; Med., 6d. ; Mus., 6d. The Student, 2d., weekly 
during the winter terms and occasionally during the summer terms 
by the Students' Representative Council. The Student's Handbook, 
pubd. annually and given free to all matriculated students, contains 
full information as to curriculum courses, &c, and students' societies, 
&c. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions. Dalgety bequest, ^10,000 for bursaries and prizes 
for Law students ; Stormonth Darling bequest, ^500 to the General 
Univ. Fund ; Clason Harvie bequest, £800 towards endowment of 
Chairs in French and German ; Board of Agric. grant of ^200 for 
animal breeding ; portrait by Guthrie of Principal Sir Wm. Turner, 
K.C.B. ; gift of the private residence in Edin. of late Rt. Hon. W. 
McEwan ; bust of John Wilson (" Christopher North "), Prof, of 
Moral Philos., 1820-23. 

Special Event. A knighthood was conferred on the Professor of 
Physiology (E. A. Schafer). 

New Departments and Posts. A Math. Lab. has been instituted 
on novel lines for practical instruction in numerical, graphical, and 
mechanical calculation and analysis and for research. Chairs of 
Bact. (" Robert Irvine ") and Clin. Med. (" Moncrieff Arnott ") have 



168 EDINBURGH 

been instituted. New Lectureships in Arabic, Colonial and Indian 
Hist., English Law, Neurology, Physical Methods in the Treatment 
of Diseases, Skin Diseases (2nd Lectureship). New classes have been 
instituted or approved in Eccl. Hist, (original sources), Palaeophytology, 
German (mainly for Science purposes). Engin. courses have for the 
first time extended over 3 terms. 

University Extension, see above. 

Number of Matriculated Students, 3404 (including 572 
women), of whom more than one-third were Med. students. Of these 
228 were from England and Wales, 95 from Ireland, 102 from India, 
265 from British Colonies, 49 from foreign countries, and 591 belonged 
to Scotland. Non-matriculated students, 87 (39 women), chiefly 
attending Music and German Lit. classes. 69 women were attending 
extra-academical lectures with a view to graduation in Med. 

Honorary Degrees. D.D. — The Hon'ble Arthur Gordon, MA. | 
Charles Jerdan, M.A., LL.B., Greenock ; George Marjoribanks, B.D., 
Stenton ; Adam C. Welch, B.D., D.Th., Glasgow ; Prof. Wilhelm 
Hermann, D.Th., Marburg, in absentia. LL.D. — Walter B. Blaikie ; 
H. A. L. Fisher, M.A., Vice-Chancellor of the Univ. of Sheffield ; Emer. 
Prof. Greenfield ; Sir James Guthrie, President of the Royal Scottish 
Academy ; the Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Hamilton ; W. Allan Jamieson, 
M.D., CM. ; John Stewart, M.B., CM., Nova Scotia ; Geheimrat 
Prof. F. Strassman, Berlin ; Prof. J. Arthur Thompson, M.A., Aber- 
deen ; the Hon. James Wilson, Washington, U.S.A. ; Prof. Thomas 
Gilray, M.A., Univ. of Otago, N.Z., in absentia ; R. T. Omond, F.R.S.E., 
in absentia. 

Other Degrees. M.A., 252 ; B.D., 6 ; LL.B., 20 ; M.B., CM., 2 ; 
M.B., Ch.B., 201 ; M.D., 55 ; Mus.B., 2 ; D.Litt., 1 ; B.Sc, 71 
(highest number ever reached) ; D.Sc, 4. 

Diplomas. Trop. Med. and Hy., 1 ; Psychiatry, 4. 

Changes in Regulations. Inclusive fees introduced for behoof 
of students intending to graduate in Law, in Arts, and in Pure Science. 
A modification of the Prelim, examns. system is under consideration. 

New Buildings for the Agric, Forestry, and Entom. Depts. have 
been completed. A farm has been obtained at Fairslacks for cattle- 
breeding experiments. 

Additions to Amenities. The buildings of the Edin. Indian 
Assocn. (largely composed of Indian students of the Univ.) were 
opened. 

Other New Developments. A Local Representative has beep 
appointed by the India Office for behoof of Indian students. 



EDINBURGH t6 9 

Relations with othf.r Institutions. Arrangements have been 
made with the E. of Scotland Agtic. Coll. with regard to instruction in 
Forestry. 

A Joint Advisory Committee of the Univ. and Royal (Dick) Vet. 
Coll. on the curriculum in Vet. Science has been instituted. 

An agreement has been made with the Board of Managers of the 
Royal Infirmary establishing a close and intimate relationship in 
respect of the work of the Pathol. Dept. and Clin, arrangements in 
Mod., Surg., and Gynaec. 

Notable Additions to Library. " Gallia Christiana," ed. D. 
Sammarthanus, 16 vols., 1856-99 ; Baronius, Raynaldus, and 
Laderchius, " Annales Ecclesiastici," 35 vols., 1864-80; " Les Fili- 
granes," C. M. Briquet, 4 vols., 1907 ; " Die Ausstellung von Meister- 
werken Muhammedanischer Kunst in Miinchen, 1910," F. Sarre and 
F. R. Martin, 19 12, 3 vols. ; " Exploration archeologique de Delos, 
faite par l'Ecole Francaise d'Athenes," fasc. 1-5, 1909-12 ; a Collec- 
tion of Drawings, illustrative of Edinburgh, by Sir Daniel Wilson, 
LL.D., author of " Memorials of Edinburgh in the Olden Time." 



UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW 



Chancellor 

Vice-Chancellor and Principal 

Rector 

Dean of Faculties 

Parliamentary Representative 

Secretary to the Univ. Court 

Registrar 

Librarian and Keeper of Hun- 

terian Books and MSS. 
Clerk of the General Council 
Advisers of Studies : In Arts 

In Law 

In Medicine 



The Earl of Rosebery and 

Midlothian, K.G., K.T. 
Sir Donald MacAlister, K.C.B., 

M.A., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D. 
Rt. Hon. A. Birrell, K.C, M.P. 

(for 3 yrs. from 191 1). 
Emeritus Prof. W. Stewart, 

D.D., LL.D. 
Sir Henry Craik, K.C.B., LL.D. 
A. E. Clapperton, B.L. 
A. Morrison. 
J. L. Galbraith. 

A. Craig, LL.B. 
R. A. Duff, M.A., D.Phil. 
Prof. W. M. Gloag, K.C, B.A. 
Prof. D. Noel Paton, M.D., B.Sc. 



QUEEN MARGARET COLLEGE 
Mistress Miss F. H. Melville, M.A., B.D. 

Tutor in Arts Miss M. G. May, M.A. 

Tutor in Science and Medicine Miss A. Picken, M.A., M.B., Ch.B. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY (v. also Embryol.) 

BRYCE, T. H., M.A., M.D. Prof. 

HUTTON, W. K., M.A., M.B., CM. 

*Lectr. 

BUCHANAN, J., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

STRACHAN, G. I., M.B., CH.B. 
THOMSON, A. G. W., M.B., CH.B. ,, 
WALMSLEY, T., M.B., CH.B. 
YOUNG, M., M.B., CH.B. ,, 



ASTRONOMY 

BECKER, L., PH.D. 
CONNELL, J. 



Prof. 

Asst. 



BOTANY 

BOWER, F. O., SC.D., F.R.S. Prof. 

DRUMMOND, J. M. F., M.A. Lectr. 
THOMPSON, J. M., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 



ARCHEOLOGY, v. Hist. {Greek 
and Roman) 

* At Q. Margaret Coll 
170 



CHEMISTRY (v. also Physiol. 
Chern.) [Prof. 

FERGUSON, J., M.A., LL.D., F.S.A. 



GLASGOW 



7* 



BOLAM, H. W., B.SC, PH.D. 
ROBERTS, J., F.C.S. 
HENDERSON, A., M.A., B.SC. 
SCOTT, R., M.A., B.SC. 
MARTIN, J. M. AsSt 

Metallurgical Chem. 

DESCH, C. H., D.SC, PH.D. 
VVHYTE, S. 

Organic Chem. 

PATTERSON, T. S., D.SC, PH 
M'MILLAN, A., M.A., D.SC. 
POLLOCK, E. F., PH.D. 

Physical Chem. 

SODDY, F., M.A., F.R.S. 
FLECK, A., B.SC. 



♦Lectr. 

Asst. 

Asst. 

Asst. 
Demr. 

Lectr. 
Asst. 

[Lectr. 

D. 

Asst. 
Asst. 

Lectr. 

Asst. 



DIVINITY 

REID, H. M. B., D.D. Prof. 

Biblical Criticism 

MILLIGAN, G., D.D. Prof. 

Church History [Prof . 

COOPER, J., D.D., LITT.D., D.C.L. 



ECONOMICS, 
Econ. 



v. Pol. and Social 



EDUCATION 

BOYD, W., M.A., B.SC. 

EMBRYOLOGY 

GEMMILL, J. F., M.A., 



[Lectr. 

, D.PHIL. 

[Lectr. 

M.D., D.SC. 



- 



ENGINEERING (v. also Mining) 

MORLEY, T. B., B.SC. Lectr. 

Thomson, d., b.sc. Lectr. 

Civil Engin. and Mechanics 

CORMACK, J. D., D.SC. Prof. 

brown, r. m., b.sc. Young Asst. 

TACKLEY, A. L., B.SC. Asst. 

MILNE, A. S., B.SC. ASSt. 

E LECTRS. IN ENGINEERING SUB- 



JECTS 

Electrical Engin. 

NICHOLSON, J. S., B.SC. 

Engin. Drawing, &-c. 

BAMFORD, H., M.SC. 



Assts. 



Lectr. 



Naval Architecture, including 
Marine Engineering [Prof. 

BILES, PROF. SIR J. H., LL.D., D.SC. 
ROBB, A. M., B.SC. Asst. 



GEOGRAPHY 

FALCONER, J. D. 



[Lectr. 



M.A., D.SC. 



GEOLOGY [Prof. 

GREGORY, J. W., D.SC, F.R.S. 
TYRRELL, G. W., A.R.C.S. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

MACPHEE, MARGARET F.Asst. Demr. 

stevens, a., m.a. Asst. Demr. 

smellie, w. r., m.a., b.sc. Demr. 

HISTORY (v. also Div. and Law) 

MEDLEY, D. J., M.A. Prof. 

ROBIESON, W. D., M.A. Asst. 

mac cunn, f. j., b.a. Lectr. & Asst. 

British History [Lectr. 

black, j. e., m.a. (Asst. in Hi st.) 

Greek Hist, and A rchaol. [Lectr. 

HALLIDAY, W. R., B.A., B.LITT. 

Roman Hist, and Antiquities 
miller, s. n., m.a. Lectr. 

Scottish Hist, and Lit. 

RAIT, R. S.. M.A. OX. Prof. 

LANGUAGE and Literature 
Arabic 

WEIR, T. H., B.D., M.R.A.S. Lectr. 

Celtic 

C ALDER, G., B.D. Lectr. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

DIXON, W. M., LITT.D. Prof. 

SMART, J. S., M.A., D.LITT. 

Asst. and *Lectr. 

KNOX, R. S., M.A. ASSt. 

GRAY, MARGARET M., M.A. Asst. 

girvan, r., m.a. Lectr. (E. Lang.) 
French Lang, and Lit. 

MARTIN, C, M.A. PARIS, O.I. Lectr. 
PITOY, L. M., B.SC. L.-KS-L. PHIL. 

Asst. 

COTTIN, H. E., B.-ES-L., D,-EN-D. ,, 






Lectr 
At Q. Margaret Coll 



T72 
German Lang, and Lit. 



GLASGOW 

M'ARTHUR, N. 



smith, h., ph.d. I ectr. 

BROECKER, F. Asst. 

Greek 

DAVIES, G. A., M.A. Prof. 

rennie, w., m.a. Asst. & Lectr. 
gomme, a. w., b.a. Asst. & Lectr. 
Hebrew and Semitic Langs. 

STEVENSON, W. B., B.D., D.LITT. Prof . 
BUCHANAN, J. R., B.D. Asst. 

Italian Lang, and Lit. [Lectr. 

GRILLO, E., LITT.D. FLOR., LL.D. 

Latin [Humanity. 

phillimore, j. s., m.a. Prof, of 

NISBET, R. G., M.A. Asst. 

rankin, d., b.a. Lectr. and Asst. 

MARTIN, H. F., M.A. Asst. 

Scottish, v. Hist. 
LA W (v. also Med., Forensic) 

GLOAG, W. M., K.C, B.A. Prof. 

Civil Law 

DUNBAR, W., LL.B. Lectr. 

Const. Law and Hist. [Lectr. 

M'KECHNIE, W. S., LL.B., D.PHIL. 

Conveyancing 

MOIR, J., LL.D. 
GUY, W. 

Evidence and Procedure 

LAMOND, R., LL.B. 

Internat. Law, Public, 
ternat. Private Law 

CHARTERIS, A. H., LL.B. 

Jurisprudence, Genl. 

MITCHELL, A. A., LL.B. 

Mercantile Law 

WRIGHT, T. G., LL.B. 



Prof. 

Asst. 



Lectr. 
and In- 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 



Prof. 

Asst. 



LOGIC and Rhetoric 

LATTA, R., M.A., D.PHIL. 
BODIN, A. H., M.A. 
ANDERSON, W., M.A. 

♦Lectr. in Logic, and Asst 

RUSSELL, L. J., M.A., B.SC. 



Prof. 



MATHEMATICS 

GIBSON, G. A., M.A., LL.D 
BELL, R. J. T., M.A., D.SC. 

Lectr. and Asst 



M.A., B.SC. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

STOKES, G. D. C, M.A., D.SC. 
MACROBERT, T. M., M.A., B.SC. ,, 
M'WHAN, J., M.A., PH.D. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Bacteriology 

MARTIN, W. B. M., M.D. Lectr. 

Dermatology 
nicol, j. w., m.b., cm. Lectr. 

Diseases of the Ear 
barr, t., m.d. Lectr. 

BARR, J. S., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Diseases of the Eye 

RAMSAY, A. M., M.D. Lectr. 

Diseases of the Nose and Throat 
downie, j. w., m.b., cm. Lectr. 
Forensic Medicine 

GLASTER, J., M.D. Prof. 

ALLISON, A., M.B. , CH.B., D.P.H.Asst. 
M'NAUGHT, P. R., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Insanity 

OSWALD, L. R., M.B., CM. Lectr. 

Materia Medica 

STOCKMAN, R., M.D. Prof. 



CHARTERIS, F. J. 



M.D., CH.B. 

Asst. and Lectr. 

M.A., B.SC, M.B., 

Asst. 
[Muirhead Prof. 

.D., D.SC 

CH.B. Asst. 



MIDDLETON, J. C 
CH.B. 

Medicine 

HUNTER, W. K., ] 
HENDERSON, J., M.D 

Medicine, Clinical 

COWAN, J. M., M.D., D.SC 
ANDERSON, J. B. M., M.B. 

Medicine, Practice of 

MONRO, T. K., M.A., M.D., CM. 
ALLAN, G. A., M.B., CH.B. 
PATRICK, A., M.A., M.B., CH.B 

Midwifery 

CAMERON, M., M.D. 
CAMERON, S. J., M.B., CH.B. 
M'LELLAN, A. N., M.B., CM. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Kerr, j. m. m., m.d. Muirhead Prof 

M'lLROY, A. LOUISE, M.D., D.SC. 

Asst 

HENDRY, J., M.A., B.SC, M.B. Asst 

* At Q. [Margaret Coll. 



Lectr. 
Lectr. 

Prof. 
Asst 



Prof. 

Asst. 
Asst. 



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73 



Pathology [Prof. 

MUIR, R., M.A., M.D., SC.D., F.R.S. 
DUNN, J. S., M.A., M.D., CH.B. 

Lectr. (Path. Histol.) and Asst. 

WILSON, G. H., M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

TEACHER, J. H., M.A., M.D. 

St. Mungo-Notman Prof. 

KENNEDY, A. M., M.D., CH.B. Asst. 

Pathology, Clinical 

BROWNING, C. H., M.D. Lectr. 

Surgery 

jilACEWEN, SIR W., D.SC OX. AND 
T.C.D., F.R.C.S.I. (HON.), 

F.R.F.P. AND S.G. (HON) . Prof. 

MACE WEN, J. A. C, B.SC, M.B., CM. 

Asst. 

ROBERTSON, P. H., M.B., CH.B. ,, 
MAC MURRAY, W., M.B., CH.B. 
KENNEDY, R., M.A., M.D., D.SC. 

St. Mungo Prof. 

MACKIE, W. C, M.B., CH.B. Asst. 

Surgery, Clinical 

ADAMS, J. A., M.D. Lectr. 

M'GREGOR, A. N., M.D. Lectr. 

NEWMAN, D., M.D. Lectr. 



ALLAN, G. E., D.SC 

Lectr. (Electricity), Demr. 
(Ex per. Phys.), and Asst. 

GREEN, G., M.A., D.SC. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

GRAY, R. C, M.A., B.SC. Asst. 

BURNSIDE, G. B. Asst. 

BROWN, J., M.A., B.SC. Asst. 



PHYSICS, 
Engin. 



v. Philos. Nat., Chcrn., 



METALLURGY, 



Chem. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

PATON, D. N., M.D., B.SC. Prof. 

CLARK, G. H., M.B., CH.B., D.P.H. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

burns, d., m.a., b.sc. (Muirhead 

Demr.) Asst. 

WATSON, A. M. Asst. 

Physiol. Chem. 

CATHCART, E. P., M.D., D.SC. Lectr. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

SMART, W., D.PHIL., LL.D. Piof. 

JONES, J. HARRY, M.A. Asst. 

STALKER, D., M.A. 

Lectr. (Econ. Hist.) and Asst. 



MINING 




LATHAM, C, M.I.M.E. 


Prof. 


ARNEIL, C. C. 


Asst, 



POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 

DUFF, R. A., M.A., D.PHIL. Lectl\ 



NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, v. 

Engin. 

PHILOSOPHY, MORAL (v. also 
Logic and Psychol.) 

JONES, SIR H., LL.D., L1TT.D., 

f.b.a. Prof. 

scott, j. w., m.a. Asst. and Lectr. 

HETHERINGTON, H. J. W., M.A. ,, 
ROBIESON, M. W., M.A. Asst. 

PHILOSOPH Y, NA TURA L 

GRAY, A., LL.D.. F.R.S. Piof. 

GRAY, J. G., D.SC. 

Lectr. (Physics)' a,nd Asst. 

HOUSTOUN, R. A., M.A. , D.SC. PH.D. 

Lectr. (Phys. Optics) and Asst. 



PROTOZOOLOGY 

DUNKERLY, J. S., B.SC. 



Lectr. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

WATT, H. J., PH.D., D.PHIL. Lectr. 

SOCIAL ECONOMICS 

jones, j. h., m.a. Lectr. 

THEOLOGY, v. Divinity 
ZOOLOGY (v. also Embryology) 

KERR, J. C, M.A., F.R.S. Prof. 

AGAR, W. E., M.A., D.SC. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

THE LECTR. IN PROTOZ. Asst. 

FLOYD, T. M. F., B.A. Asst. 

S1A1G, R. A. Asst. 



174 GLASGOW 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Addison, W. I., Registrar, deceased. 

Bamford, H., apptd. Adviser of Indian Students.* 

Barr, A., D.Sc., Reg. Prof, of Civil. Engin., resigned. 

Calder, G., apptd. vice Henderson. 

Cormack, J. D., of Univ. Coll., London, apptd. vice Barr. 

Gemmell, S., Prof, of Practice of Med., deceased. 

Henderson, G., Lectr. in Celtic, deceased. 

McCallum, J. A., Lectr. in Genl. Jurispr., resigned. 

Mitchell, A. A., apptd. vice McCallum. 

Monro, T. K., apptd. vice Gemmell. 

Morrison, A., apptd. vice Addison. 

Rait, R. S., of New Coll., Ox., apptd. Prof, of Scot. Hist, and Lit.* 

GENERAL INFORMATION (v. also Appendix IV) 

Faculties. Arts, Science, Theology, Law, Medicine. In the 
Faculty of Science are included Pure Science, Engineering (Civ., Elec, 
Mech., Mining, Nav. Archit.), Agric, Pub. Health, and Pharmacy. 

Terms 191 3-14. In Arts the first term begins Oct. 13 and ends 
Dec. 19 ; second begins Jan. 6, ends March 19 ; third begins April 21, 
ends May 22. In Science, Law, and Med. there are two sessions : 
winter, beginning Oct. 13 and ending March 19, and summer, beginning 
April 21 and ending June 30. In Theol. the teaching does not extend 
beyond the winter session. 

Degrees, Diplomas, &c. Arts — M.A., D.Phil., D.Litt. ; Science — 
B.Sc, D.Sc, B.Sc. Pub. Health, D.Sc. Pub. Health, B.Sc. Pharm. ; 
Theology— B.D. ; Law— B.L., LL.B. ; Medicine— M.B., Ch.B., M.D., 
Ch.M. Hon. Degrees — D.D. and LL.D. ; Diploma in Education ; 
Certificates of Proficiency in Engin. Science and in Mining Engin. 

Arts. In this as in other Scot. Univs. there is no B.A. degree. 
The M.A. course extends over 3 annual sessions, each session including 
not less than 25 weeks. Candidates are required to present certifs. 
not only of regular attendance, but also of having duly performed the 
work of the classes in the qualifying courses ; the first 2 yrs. may be 
spent in any Scot. Univ. ; or the Senatus may accept in lieu of the 
work of one of the 3 sessions attendance at other Univs. specially 
recognized by the Court. The following are the Honours groups : 
Celtic ; Class. ; Engl. ; French and Ger. ; French, Ital., and Latin 
(any two) ; Germanic Lang. ; Semitic Lang, and Lit. ; Philos. ; Maths., 
Nat. Philos., and Astron. (any two) ; Econ., Hist. 

Ad cundem degrees are given for distinguished merit or to in- 
cumbents of academic offices in this Univ. 

* New apptmt. 



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Science (see also under Affiliation). The B.Sc, in Pure Science 
requires 3 yrs. study. Seven courses must be taken, of which 4 must 
be taken in the Univ. The fees for attendance at approved institns. 
or under recognized teachers in Glas. must not be less than according 
to the Univ. scale. In Engineering similar rules apply, but there are 
9 courses, of which 5 must be taken in the Univ. For the B.Sc. in 
Mining Engin. 6 mos. practical work in a mine is obligatory. The 
Home Dept. recognize the B.Sc. in Mining and the Certif . of Proficiency 
for the purposes of the Coal Mines Regn. Act, 1903. Certifs. of Pro- 
ficiency in Engin. Sc. and in Mining Engin. require 3 yrs. study, but 
candidates are not required to pass the Prelim, examn. For the B.Sc. 
in Agriculture rules similar to those for the B.Sc. in Pure Science apply. 
Five out of 12 courses must be taken in the Univ. The course in 
Agric. and Rur. Econ. must be in the Univ. or in the W. of Scotland 
Agric. Coll. Residence and practical work on a farm for 12 mos. arc 
required. The B.Sc. Pub. Health is open to grads. in Med. of a recog- 
nized Univ. It involves courses in Diseases of Animals (8 mos., 
including 5 in the P.H. Lab. of Glas. Univ.), in Med., and in Engin. 
in relation to P.H. ; practical work under supervision in P.H. adminis- 
tration for 6 mos. ; attendance during 3 mos. at a recognized Infec. 
Dis. Hospl. ; 3 mos. instruction in Mensuration and Drawing under a 
recognized teacher. All these must be subsequent to graduation. 
Candidates must also be qualified in Phys. and Geol. The B.Sc. 
Pharm. is open to grads. in Med. of a recognized Univ. and to registered 
chemists and druggists. The regns. are in other respects similar to 
those for the B.Sc. in Pure Science. 

Theology. The B.D. examn. is open to grads. in Arts of any 
Scot, or other specially recognized Univ. A grad. of Glas. must have 
taken a complete 3 yrs. Theol. course in one or more of the Scot. 
Univs. or specially recognized institns. A grad. of another Univ. 
must have taken 2 yrs. of his Theol. course in Glas. 

Law. The LL.B. is open to grads. in Arts of Umvs. of the U.K. 
and of specially recognized Univs. The course extends over 3 yrs., 
of which one must be spent in Glas; the other 2 may be spent in a 
specially recognized Univ. or School of Law. The B.L. course extends 
over 3 yrs., of which 1 may be in any Scot. Univ. or a Univ. or School 
of Law specially recognized. A Prelim, examn., including Latin, 
must have been passed before entering on the course. 

Medicine. Ordinance 13 of the Univ. Commission (1889) pro- 
vides that every candidate for a med. degree shall be examined in 
each subject by at least two examrs., of whom one shall not be a Prof, 
or Lectr. in the Univ. The M.B. and Ch.B. must be taken together. 
Two of the requisite 5 yrs. of med. study must be spent in the Univ. 
The provision as to fees mentioned under Pure Science applies to 
Med. also. Hospitals available for clinics — Western and Royal 
infirmaries (1200 beds) ; Victoria Infirmary ; Ruchill and Belvidere 
Hospls. (for fevers) : Eye Infirmary ; Ophthalmic Tnstitn. ; Glas. 
Roy. Asylum. Gartnavel ; Gartloch Asylum, Gartcosh. 






i 7 6 GLASGOW 

f Training of Teachers. The Diploma in Education is open to 
grads. in Arts or Science of a recognized Univ., and implies 3 yrs. 
(or, after graduation, 1 yr.) of professional training. It is in two 
grades — ** General " and " With distinction." The practical part of 
the training of the numerous students in the Arts faculty preparing 
for the teaching profession is given by the Glas. Provincial Committee 
for the Training of Teachers. 

Higher Degrees in Arts and Science. The D.Sc. is open to 
Glas. grads. of 5 yrs. standing who have passed the examn. in an 
Honours group for the M.A. or the Final for the B.Sc. in Pure Science 
or Engin., and to Research students, admitted under Ordinance 61 
(see next para.), who are grads. of 5 yrs. standing of any Scot. Univ., 
or, if the Senatus be satisfied as to the value of the degree, of any 
other specially recognized Univ., and have spent 2 terms in each of 
2 yrs. in Glas. Univ. in satisfactory work. An approved thesis 
recording original research in relation to science, or an important 
Engineering work designed by the candidate and carried out, is 
required. The requirements for the D.Phil, and D.Litt. are similar, 
but the thesis must be an original contribution to learning in relation 
to Philos. or Lit., as the case may be. These degrees may not be 
conferred honoris causa. 

Research Students. Ordinance 61 provides for the admission, 
without necessarily passing an entrance examn., of persons of good 
general education for the purpose of special study or research, and 
the conferment of the title of Research Fellow on specially distin- 
guished students. Stipends may be given to Research Fellows. In 
1 91 2- 1 3 work was carried on by 25 research students, and special 
teaching given by 11 {see also -p. 178, "The Year 191 2-1 3 — Affiliation "). 

Scholarships, &c, for Graduates. There are 58 administered 
by this Univ., of the aggregate annual value of about £4300. Most 
are open to Glas. grads. only, but the Black Theol. (£147 for 2 yrs.) 
and six Ferguson (^80 each for 2 yrs.) are open to M.A.' s of any Scot. 
Univ., the Mackinnon (^60 for 1 yr.) is open to any student, and the 
James Watt (^42 for 2 yrs.) to any B.Sc. This Univ. also nominates 
annually to one of the 1851 Exhibition Science Research Scholarships, 
and participates as a Scot. Univ. in the benefits of the MacCunn 
and the Shaw Philos. Scholarship endowment.* Lloyd's Register offer 
three Scholarships of ^50 each tenable for 3 yrs. by students of Naval 
Archit. in this Univ. 

Women are admitted to study and graduation in all Faculties on 
equal terms with men. The buildings and grounds belonging to 
Queen Margaret Coll. were acquired on condition that they should be 
devoted to classes for women exclusively. 

Residential Facilities. Queen Margaret Hall of Residence has 
not sufficient accommodation for all women students. Lists of private 

* v. p. 105. 



GLASGOW 177 

lodgings for men and women are kept, but there is no inspection or 
approval of the men's rooms. There are a Church of Scotland Residence 
for students in Div. and Arts preparing for the Ministry and 2 small 
hostels for Med. students. Further developments are contemplated. 
The Univ. Students' settlement has accommodation for 13. 

Indian Students. The Secy, of State for India, in consultation 
with the Univ. authorities, has appointed an adviser — H. Bamford, 
M.Sc, A.M.I.C.E. 

Appointments There is a Committee of the Senate for external 
examns. and apptmts. It supplies students with information and 
nominates candidates for certain apptmts., e.g. for the Civil Service 
of Egypt and the Soudan and the Ind. Educn. Dept. Students 
and grads. are having recourse to the Committee in increasing numbers. 
An effort has been made to find openings for grads. in commercial and 
industrial concerns. 

The Library was founded in the 15th century. Its growth in 
recent years has been rapid. The Ewing bequest of 15,000 vols, 
included many books printed in the 15 th and 16th centuries and 
2000 Bibles. Other recent additions are : Sir W. Hamilton's collec- 
tion of 8000 vols, (chiefly Classics, Logic, and Metaphysics) ; Walker- 
Arnott Botanical Collection, 970 ; Stillie Musical Library, 760 ; 
M'Grigor's 655 vols, on Palestine ; MacCallum's Celtic Library, 3000 ; 
Veitch Mediaeval Philos. Collection, 600 ; Alexr. Robertson Theol. 
Library, 3800. Its increase is further provided for by annual grants 
of £707 from the Univ. Court and ^100 for scientific periodicals from 
Bellahoustoun trustees. The Carnegie Trust gave ^1000 p.a. for 5 yrs. 
from 1908. There is a Divinity Hall Library for Theol. students. 

Museums and Laboratories. The Hunterian Museum, founded 
1 7 18, contains Med. preparations, Zool. and Mineral, specimens, books, 
MSS., coins, paintings, and Archaeol. objects, including a collection of 
Roman inscriptions from the Antonine Vallum, the Eck Collection of 
minerals and precious stones, and the contents of the Zool. and Ethnol. 
museum formerly attached to the Andersonian Univ. Catalogues of 
coins, stones, MSS., and Med. preparations have been published. 

An Observatory is situated near the Univ. buildings. 

The Marine Biological Station, Cumbrae I., for the Clyde Sea 
Area and West Coast has two tables for Glas. Univ. students. 

Evening Classes. A school for the study of Civic and Social 
Problems is conducted, chiefly by Univ. Lectrs., and the Univ. pro- 
vides rooms for the classes (which are held in the evening), but the 
students are not Univ. graduating students and the Univ. takes no 
official responsibility for the management. The course extends over 
2 yrs. and includes practical work. A certif. is given. The lectures 
are well attended. 






M 



178 GLASGOW 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in July. Glasgow Univ. 
Magazine, weekly during the winter session. The Examn. Papers set 
in the Prelim, and Degree Examns. (M.A., B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B., B.D., 
B.L., and LL.B.) are pubd. annually, price 6d. each. The Students' 
Handbook is pubd. annually and given free to each matriculated 
student. 

Affiliated College. The Royal Technical Coll., Glasgow {see 
below, " Affiliation ") . 

TiE YEAR 191 2- 1 3 

Benefactions Received. ^20,000 for a Chair of Scot. Hist, and 
Lit. (including ^5000 from the Scot. Exhibn. of Nat. Hist., Art, and 
Industry, 191 1, and /5000 collected subscriptions) ; ^io.coo bequest 
for the Dr. Robert Pollok Lectureship for Research in Mat. Med. 
and Pharmacol. ; bequest for a Chair of Mod. Lang. ; ^162 for founding 
a Dr. Miller Prize in Theol. ; a gift for founding a Bradley Medal for 
English. 

New Afpointments Created. A Chair of Scot. Hist, and Lit. 
has been founded (see above, "Benefactions"). 

Number of Students, 2835 (including 648 women). These 
figures include summer students (in Med., 50 ; in other faculties, 25) 
as well as whole- session students. 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. — LL.B. — Field-Marshal Earl 
Roberts, V.C., K.G., &c. ; Francis Thornton Barrett ; Sir Robert 
Chalmers, K.C.B. ; Prof. Arthur Surridge Hunt, D.Litt., M.A., Ph.D. ; 
Prof. Lawrence Pearsall Jacks, M.A. ; Sheriff James Gardner Millar, 
K.C., LL.B. ; George Saunders, B.A. D.D.— William Ewing, M.A. ; 
John Neville Figgis, Litt.D. ; Principal George Pearce Gould, M.A. ; 
George Herbert Morrison, M.A. ; David Watson ; John Rudge Wilson, 
M.A. 

Other Degrees. — M.A., 274 (including 121 women) ; B.Sc, 98 
(3 women) ; D.Sc, 5 (1 woman) ; M.B., Ch.B., 90 (9 women) ; M.B., 
CM., 2; M.D., 25; LL.B., 13; B.L., 7; B.D., 7; total, 521 (134 
women). 

Affiliation. An ordinance has recently been passed affiliating 
the Royal Technical Coll., Glasgow, with the Univ. Candidates for 
degrees in Applied Science (Engineering, &c.) may attend courses, and 
research students may prosecute their research work either in the 
Univ. or in this Coll. 

Conferences. Representatives of the Univs. of Ox., Camb., 
Lond., St. And., Glas., Leip., and Ley den took part in a conference 
held in Glas., June 25-27, 1913, for the advancement of Biblical Study. 



UNIVERSITY OF HONG-KONG 

[Incorporated under local ordinance March 30, 191 1. Opened 
March 11, 1912, when the teaching staff of the Hong-Kong Coll. of 
Medicine became Lectrs. in the Faculty of Medicine. On March 11, 
1917, the Coll. is to be dissolved and merged in the Univ.] 

Patron His Majesty the King, 

chancellor the governor of hong-kong. 

Vice-Chancellor, Principal, and Sir Charles Eliot, K.C.M.G., 

President of the Senate C.B., M.A., D.C.L., LL.D. 

Pro-Vice-Chancellor G. P. Jordan, M.B., CM., 

M.R.C.S. 

Registrar W. J. Hinton, B.A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC 



ANATOMY [Prof. 

DIGBY, K. H., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

BIOLOGY, v. Physiology 



CHEMISTRY 

FRANKLIN, A. C. 

CHINESE 

AU TAI TIN 
LAI CHAI HI 



F.I.C. 



Lectr. 



Lectr. 
Lectr. 



ENGINEERING [Taikoo Prof. 

SMITH, C A. M., M.SC, M.I.M.E. 

Machine Design [Lectr. 

WARREN, A. G., B.SC, A.M.I.E.E. 

Materials 
surman, e. j., b.sc. Lectr. 

Structures 

MARLEY, G. E., A.M.I.C.E. Lectr. 



ENGLISH 

WRIGHT, J. D. 



M.A. 



HISTORY 

SALT, A. E. W., M.A. 



Lectr. 



Lectr 






LAW 

(A part-time Lectr. in Comml. 

Law and Practice and a Lectr. 



in Internat. Law and Jurispr. 
are to be appointed.) 

MA THEM A TICS [Lectr. 

STUART, T., M.A., D.SC, M.R.I. A. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Materia Medica and Therap. 

MARRIOTT, O., M.D., B.S. Lectr. 

Medical Jurisprudence 

CLARK, F., M.D.j M.R.CP. Lectr. 

Medicine [Lectr. 

JORDAN, G. P., M.B., CM., M.R.C.S. 
KEYT, F. T., M.D., D.P.H. Lectr. 

mc kenny, c. w., m.d. Clin. Lectr. 
Midwifery and Gynecology 

FORSYTH, C, M.D., F.R.C.S. ED. 

Lectr. 

Pathology and Bacteriology 

MACFARLANE, H., D.P.H. Lectr. 

Surgery 
koch, w. v. m., m.d. Lectr. 

GIBSON, R. M., M.D., F.R.C.S. ED. 

Clin. Lectr. 

PHYSICS 

matthewman, t. h., m.eng. Lectr. 

warren, A. g. (v. Engin.) Lectr. 



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1 80 HONG-KONG 

PHYSIOLOGY & Biology [Prof. POLITICAL ECONOMY 

MALCOLMSON, G. E., M.D., D.P.H. HINTON, W. J., B.A. Prof. 

ARTHUR, CAPT. D., B.SC, M.B., TO BE APPOINTED Lectr. 

LeCtn PUBLIC HEALTH 

PEARSE, W. W., M.D., D.P.H. Lectr. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The objects of the Univ. are the promotion of Arts, Science, and 
Learning, the provision of higher education, the conferring of degrees, 
the development and formation of the character of students of all 
races, nationalities, and creeds, and the maintenance of a good under- 
standing with the neighbouring country of China. With reference to 
the first two of these objects, it was stated in various speeches which were 
made at the time when the scheme was inaugurated, more especially 
in those delivered at the laying of the foundation-stone, that the 
desire of the promoters was to begin with Faculties (Medicine and 
Engineering) which would be of practical utility to China in coping 
with disease, in developing her resources by railways and by the 
exploitation of her mineral wealth, and in checking by the light of 
modern engineering science the terrible floods which almost every 
3^ear occasion famines and great loss of life. To these has been added, 
at the special request of the Chinese residents in Hong-Kong, a Faculty 
of Arts. The courses given in this faculty include Chem., Phys., 
Maths., Hist., the English and Chinese languages and literatures, and 
Pol. Econ. ; specialized courses in the last-mentioned subject have 
recently been provided by the generosity of Mr. Cheung Pat Sze and 
his partners, who have also secured the establishment of a course in 
Internat. Law and Jurispr. That the degrees of the Univ. should be 
equal to those conferred by British Univs. was a fundamental pro- 
position, and it was on this basis that the subscriptions were raised. 
The Viceroy of Canton (His Excellency Chang Jen Chun), who was an 
ardent supporter of the Univ., asked for an assurance on this point, 
and when satisfied issued a striking manifesto in support of the scheme. 
The original Committee recorded by resolution that the degrees should 
be equal to those of a British Univ., and this has been confirmed by 
a resolution of the Univ. Court. The standard aimed at is that of 
the Univ. of London, and the whole organization has been planned to 
this end. It is provided by Statute 20 that undergrads. shall ordi- 
narily reside in the quarters provided or in hostels founded by religious 
bodies and conducted under regns. approved by the Council. The 
root idea of the Univ. is to provide a place for Higher Educn. where 
Chinese youths can remain under the influence of their own parents 
and guardians in the environment of their own people. Here they 
will be subject to the strong control which Chinese opinion exerts 
upon young men, instead of being adrift in a foreign country where 
undergraduates are allowed a liberty unknown to students in the East. 

The Governor of the Colony is ex-officio Chancellor, and the Principal 
Civil Med. Officer, the Dir. of Pub. Works, the Dir. of Educn., and the 



HONG-KONG 181 

Registrar-Genl. (Protector of Chinese) hold ex -officio seats on the Court 
and Council. 

Matriculation. Students before being admitted to the Univ. 
must be not less than 16 yrs. of age and must have passed or been 
exempted from the matricn. examn. in the prescribed subjects. This 
examn. has been devised with a view to the co-ordination and 
standardizing of the excellent work done by the Hong-Kong Govt, 
and other educational establishments and for use as a School- 
leaving Examn. The compulsory subjects in matricn. for the 
Faculties of Engin. and Arts are : Engl, and Maths ; for Med. : Engl., 
Maths., Latin or Classical Chinese or other Classical Oriental Language, 
and Greek or a Modern Language. 

Terms (approximately). Autumn, Sept. 15 to Dec. 20 ; spring, 
Jan. 5 to March 20 ; summer, April 1 to June I. 

Degrees. B.A., M.B., B.S., M.D., B.Sc. (Eng.). The Univ. 
ordinance provides that at least one extern and independent examiner 
shall be appointed for each group of subjects forming part of the 
course of studies required for degrees. The Regns. provide that no 
student, unless exempted by special resolution of the Council, shall 
be admitted to the B.A. or B.Sc. (Eng.) degree until he has resided 
in the Univ. Hostel, or in one of the approved Hostels attached to the 
Univ., for 12 terms. For the M.B. and B.S. degree the prescribed 
period of residence is 15 terms. Students who are unable to reside 
during 1 term of the academic year may be allowed to reside in a hostel 
during the Long Vacation, and such residence counts ae 1 term. No 
student is admitted to any examn. which is part of the course for a 
degree unless he has attended lectures and lab. classes to the satis- 
faction of the Dean of the Faculty. 

Arts. This faculty is intended chiefly for students who desire 
to adopt an official career or to go into commerce. The degree is 
made to conform as closely as possible to the Lond. Univ. Pass Degree 
in Arts or B.Sc. (Econ.), but there is an Interm. course in Econ. which 
includes Comml. Geog. and Descr. Econ. The subject will be treated 
in this Interm. course from a practical and descriptive point of view 
with special attention to local conditions. 

Medicine. The M.B. and B.S. degrees must be taken together. 
Before entering for the Final (4th) Examn. candidates must, in addition 
to satisfying the requirements common to all Schools of Med. recog- 
nized by the Genl. Med. Council, have regularly attended the Med. 
and Surg, practice of approved hospls. for at least 9 terms after the 
1st Med. examn. ; acted as dresser or surg. asst. in the surg. wards 
for 3 mos. and as Clin. Clerk for another 3 mos. The degree of M.D. 
is not to be conferred until the expiration of at least 5 yrs. after 
admission to the M.B. and B.S. 



1 82 HONG-KONG 

Clinical work is taught in the Tung Wan Hospl. (250 beds) and in 
the Nethersole and affiliated hospls. (100 beds), and there are ample 
opportunities of seeing the important work of the Sanitary Dept. of 
the Colony. 

Engineering. The B.Sc. (Eng.) is conferred in Civ. Mech. or 
Elec. Engin. For the first 3 yrs. all students take the same lectures. 

Residential Facilities. University Hall (purely secular), Warden, 
F. Clark, M.D. ; St. John's Hall (Church Missionary Soc), Warden, 
W. H. Hewitt, M.A. ; London Mission Hostel, Warden, E. B. Struthers, 
B.A., M.B. 

Laboratories, &c. There are eight labs, and workshops with 
libraries. The Phys. Lab. contains the necessary apparatus for the 
usual testing work, such as is the regular course in the Engl. Univs. 
The Chem. and Path, and Bact. labs, are also well equipped. 

Publications. The Calendar (in course of compilation), Pro- 
spectus, Regns. for Students. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. $60,000 promised to be paid during 
the next 5 yrs. for the establishment of additional courses in Arts ; 
apparatus to the value of over £6000 ; a large site presented by the 
Govt, of Hong-Kong for a playing-field, and $8000 (subscriptions) 
for levelling the ground ; a building and site presented by the Govt, 
for a power station. 

Number of Students. 76 entered in this (the first) year. 

New Buildings. Univ. Hostel, cost $80,000 ; School of Anat., 
$30,000. The London Mission Soc. opened a new Hostel. 



Pro-Vice-Chancellors 



THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF 
IRELAND 

[Constituted by Royal Charter dated Dec. 2, 1908, under Irish 
Univs. Act 1908 with effect from Oct. 31, 1909, the date of the dis- 
solution of the Royal Univ. of Ireland.] 

Visitor H.M. the King. 

Chancellor The Most Rev. W. J.Walsh, D.D., 

Archbishop of Dublin. 
Vice-Chancellor Sir Christopher J. Nixon, Bart., 

M.D., LL.D. 
f A. Anderson, M.A., D.Sc, LL.D., 
President, Univ. Coll., Galway. 
Sir Bertram C. A. Windle, M.A., 
M.D., D.Sc, LL.D., F.R.S., 
President, Univ. Coll., Cork. 
D. J. Coffey, M.A., M.B., LL.D., 
President, Univ. Coll., Dublin. 
Registrar Sir Joseph M'Grath, LL.D. 

Constituent Colleges. University Colleges, Dublin, Cork, and 
Galway. 

Recognized College. St. Patrick's College, Maynooth. 

There is no University teaching staff apart from the staffs of the 
Colls., except the Prof, of Catholic Theology (Peter Finlay, S.J.). 

Queen's Univ. in Ireland was founded in 1850 and dissolved on 
Feb. 3, 1882, its place being taken by the R.U.I, established by Charter 
dated April 27, 1880. On the dissolution of the R.U.I, and Queen's 
Coll., Belfast, on Oct. 31, 1909, there came into being the N.U.I., 
Univ. Coll., Dublin, and the Queen's Univ. of Belfast. From the 
same date the names of Queen's Coll., Cork, and Queen's Coll., Galway, 
were changed to Univ. Coll., Cork, and Univ. Coll., Galway, and they 
became with the new Univ. Coll., Dublin, constituent Colls, of the 
new N.U.I. Sec. 3 of the Irish Univs. Act 1908 prohibits religious 
tests in these Univs. and their constituent Colls., and provides for the 
protection of students against disrespectful treatment of their religious 
opinions on the part of Professors. 

Faculties, (i) Arts ; (2) Philos. and Sociol. ; (3) Celtic Studies ; 
(4) Law ; (5) Medicine ; (6) Science ; (7) Engin. and Archit. ; (8) 
Commerce. Agric. is included in Science ; Educn. in Arts and in 

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Philos. ; Elec. Engin. in Science and in Engin. ; Music in Arts and 
in Celtic Studies ; Pub. Health in Medicine. 

Matriculation involves the passing of the matricn. examn. or 
some other examn. recognized as exempting therefrom. No student 
can begin his course of study in the Univ. (whether entering for a 
degree or not) until he has completed his matricn. by passing in five 
of the prescribed subjects. Irish is an obligatory subject for all except 
students born, or for 3 yrs. immediately preceding examn. domiciled, 
outside Ireland, and these are expected to attend a course in Irish 
Lit. and Hist, prior to obtaining any degree. Students entering for 
degrees in Arts, Philos., and Celtic Studies must take Irish, Latin or 
Greek, Engl., and Maths, or Nat. Philos. Students entering for 
degrees in Med. must, if not already registered by the General Med. 
Council (in which case they may matriculate in any Faculty), take 
Irish, Latin, Engl., Maths. Students entering for degrees in Science 
and Commerce must take Irish, Engl., another approved Mod. Lang., 
Maths, or Nat. Philos., one other subject. Students entering for 
degrees in Engin. must take Irish, Engl., and Maths, or Nat. Philos. 
Other examns. recognized as exempting from the matricn. examn. 
are so recognized only to the extent to which they cover the subjects 
in which it is necessary for a candidate in the matricn. examn. of this 
Univ. to pass. 

Degrees in the several Faculties : (1) B.A., B.Mus., M.A., D.Litt., 
D.Mus. ; (2) D.Phil. ; (3) M.Litt.Celt, D.Litt.Celt. (Master and Doctor 
of Celtic Studies) ; (4) B.Sc, B.Agr.Sc, M.Sc, M.Agr.Sc, D.Sc. ; 
(5) LL.B., LL.D. ; (6) M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (Bachelor of Obstetrics), 
B.Sc. Pub. Health, M.Ch., M.A.O., M.D., D.Sc. Pub. Health, B.D.S. 
(Bachelor of Dental Surgery), M.D.S. ; (7) B.E., B.Arch., M.E., 
M.Arch. ; (8) B.Comm., M.Comm. 

Diplomas are awarded in the subjects of Faculties (1), (3), and (8), and 
in Pub. Health, Trop. Diseases, Ment. Diseases, Vet. Hyg., Agric, 
Music, Applied Sc, Educn., Archit., and Journalism ; Certificates in 
Commercial subjects. 

Courses and Examns. Subject to certain exceptions in favour 
of students and grads. of the late R.U.I. , a student is not eligible for 
any Primary Degree (i.e. any of the Bachelorships other than the 
B.Sc. Pub. Health or the LL.B.) unless he has pursued after matricn. 
an approved course of study for at least 9 terms in the subjects pre- 
scribed for the degree and passed in those subjects at least the 1st 
Univ. and the Degree examns. The Senate may for sufficient causes 
allow 1 or 2 terms to be counted as kept by a candidate for the B.A. 
degree, although he may not have attended the prescribed approved 
course therein. An approved course may be pursued in the Univ. 
or in a constituent Coll., or, to the extent to which it is recognized, in 
a recognized Coll., or (as regards particular courses in special subjects 
forming component parts of approved courses) in such other place as 



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may be prescribed by regn., or partly in one and partly in another, 
The Senate may accept as equivalent to such parts of approved courses 
as may be determined by regns. periods of study passed at other 
Univs., provided that at least 3 terms must be kept in this Univ/ by 
a candidate for a degree. For every examn. for degrees or Univ. 
Scholarships or prizes, at least one independent and extern examiner 
appointed by the Senate is associated with the other examiners, and 
his opinion cannot be overruled unless on the recommendation of two- 
thirds of all the members of the Standing Committee then in office. 
The same extern examiner examines at all centres in the same subject 
or group at the same examn. 

Candidates for the Diplomas need not have matriculated at the 
Univ., but must, except for a Diploma in Arts subjects, have completed 
prescribed courses of study. The Diplomas in Pub. Health and Trop. 
and Ment. Diseases are awarded only to registered med. practitioners ; 
the Higher Diploma in Educn. only to graduates of this or an approved 
Univ. Special provision is made for awarding Diplomas in Engin. to 
students of the late R.U.I. 

Certificates in Comml. subjects are open to persons who have 
pursued prescribed courses in constituent or recognized Colls, or 
approved schools of Commerce. 

Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifery. TheM.B., B.Ch., and B.A.O. 
must all be taken together. Of the requisite 5 yrs. of Medical study 
at least 9 terms must be spent in pursuing the prescribed courses in 
the Univ. or one or more of the constituent Colls. 

Dentistry. The course for the B.D.S. covers 12 terms after 
matricn. and registration as a dental student by the Genl. Med. Council. 

Engineering and Architecture. The course for the B.Arch. 
covers 5 yrs. after matricn., including 2 spent in practical Archit. work. 

Higher Degrees. The LL.B. may be taken by a B.A. of this 
Univ. of 6 terms standing who has pursued an approved course of 
not less than 9 terms in the Faculty of Law. The B.Sc. Pub. Health 
may be taken by a Med. grad. of the Univ. of 1 yr.'s standing who has 
pursued an approved course in the Faculty of Med. 

The M.A. or M.Litt.Celt. may be taken by a B.A. of this Univ. 
(1) of 3 terms standing who after obtaining the degree has pursued 
for 3 terms an approved post-grad, course in the Faculty of Arts or 
Celtic Studies, as the case may be ; or (2) of 6 terms standing who has 
passed a special examn. In either case a satisfactory dissertation is 
required. The M.Sc. may be taken under similar conditions by a 
B.Sc. The M.A. or M.Sc. may also be taken by a B.A. or B.Sc. (as 
the case may be) of at least 3 terms standing who after obtaining the 
degree has pursued for 3 terms an approved post-grad, course in Maths, 
or Math. Phys. or in both, and passed a special examn. for the Master- 
ship on the said course. A dissertation may be submitted. The M.Sc. 
may also be taken by grads, of other Faculties on certain conditions. 



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The other Masterships may be taken 9 terms alter the corresponding 
Bachelorships. The conditions include the passing of prescribed 
examns. A Med. grad. of this Univ. of 6 terms standing who has also 
graduated in the Faculty of Arts in this Univ. may be admitted M.D., 
M.Ch. or M.A.O. 

The D.Litt., D.Phil., D.Litt.Celt., LL.D., D.Mus. may be taken 
15 terms after obtaining the corresponding bachelorship ; the D.Sc, 
15 terms after the B.Sc. or B.A. or M.B. or B.E. ; the M.D. or D.Sc. 
Pub. Health, 9 terms after the corresponding bachelorship. For the 
D.Sc. Pub. Health or M.D. examns. may be passed or a published 
work may be presented. For the other Doctorates an original work 
as well as (ordinarily) the passing of an examn. is required. 

Higher Degrees for Research. The Univ. may grant the 
M.Litt.Celt., M.Sc, M.Agr.Sc, D.Sc, B.Sc. Pub. Health, M.E., M.Arch., 
or M.Comm. to grads. of other Univs. who, without having previously 
been admitted to the Primary Degree in this Univ., shall have carried 
on under prescribed conditions independent research in the Univ. or 
in a constituent Coll. 

Tenure of office of Profs, and Lectrs. of the Univ. and of its 
constituent Colls. Saving the rights of existing officers, Profs, and 
Lectrs. apptd. before Oct. 31, 191 6, are to hold office until that date. 
Every Prof, apptd. thereafter may hold office until he reaches the 
age of 65. Every Lectr. apptd. thereafter may hold office for 7 yrs. 
and be eligible for reapptmt. up to the age of 65. The retention 
of a Prof, or Lectr. after he has attained the age of 65 may be sanctioned 
annually up to the age of 70. 

Scholarships for Graduates. Statute I provides (Ch. XLVIII) 
for the offer each year of three Travelling Studentships of £200 p. a. 
each, tenable for 3 yrs. outside Ireland and open to grads. of not more 
than 2 yrs. standing, 1 being for Med. students only. Coyne Memorial 
Scholarship, ^32, is open to grads. in Arts of the Univ. 

Women are declared by the Charter eligible equally with men to 
be members of the Univ. or of any authority thereof, and to hold any 
office or enjoy any advantages of the Univ. 

Univ. Extension, &c. The Charter empowers the Univ. to 
examine and inspect schools and to provide lectrs. and instruction for 
persons who are not members. 

Publications. The Calendar and Pamphlet, printed for the Univ. 
by Alex. Thorn and Co., Ltd. 

Recognition of Colleges and Teachers. The Charter and 
Statute I. provide for the recognition of Colls, in which matriculated 
students who are pursuing therein approved courses under recognized 
teachers may be given the right of obtaining degrees and other Univ. 



NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND 187 

privileges. No institn. may be so recognized which gives education 
of an intermediate or secondary kind. A recognized Coll. has to 
notify the Registrar of changes in the staff or courses. The Senate 
may call for reports and cause inspection to be made. In recognizing 
teachers of recognized Colls, the Senate specifies the subjects in which 
they are recognized. The only recognized Coll. is St. Patrick's College, 
Maynooth. Recognized Teachers of the Univ. in the Coll. : Hebrew, 
P. Boylan, M.A. ; English, C. Mulcahy, B.A. ; French and German, 
J. D. Croly, B.A. ; Greek, M. Sheehan, M.A., D.D., D.Ph. ; Irish and 
Engl., P. MacSweeney, M.A. ; Irish and Latin, G. O'Nolan, M.A. ; 
Latin, J. F. D'Alton, M.A., D.D., H. J. Treston, M.A. ; Ment. and Mor. 
Philos., M. Forker, D.Ph., P. Coffey, S.T.L., D.Ph., J. O'Neill, D.Ph. ; 
Music, H. Bewerunge ; Maths, and Exper. Phys., J. Donaghy, D.Ph. ; 
Maths, and Math. Phys., E. de Valera, M.A. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions and Fresh Sources of Revenue. The foundation 
and endowment by the Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland of a 
Prof 'ship of Catholic Theology in the Univ., in accordance with the 
provisions of the Irish Univs. Act 1908, sec. 7 (4) ; the establish- 
ment and endowment in the Univ. of Scholarships in Engin. and Ment. 
and Mor. Science in alternate years, under the will of the late Pierce 
Malone, and in Literature under the Dr. H. H. Stewart bequests ; en- 
dowment of a gold medal and prize in French and German (Dr. W. A. 
Browne bequest) . 

Degrees and Diplomas Conferred in 191 2-1 3 (excluding 
autumn 1913). D.Litt., 1 ; LL.D., 3 ; M.D., 6; D.Sc, 1 ; D.Mus., 1 ; 
M.A., 17 (including 5 women) ; M.Sc, 6 (1 woman) ; M.E., 3 ; LL.B., 
3 ; M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 72 (3 women) ; B.A., 278 (76 women) ; B.Sc, 
$6 (2 women) ; B.E., 27 ; Higher Diploma in Educn., 20 (9 women) ; 
Diploma in Educn., 18 (1 woman) ; Diploma in Pub. Health, 8 ; 
Diploma in Agric, 1 ; total, 501 (including 97 women). 

New Statutes have been made in regard to meetings and 
procedure of the Senate ; degrees in Science obtainable within 5 yrs. 
from the dissolution of the R.U.I, by B.A.s of the R.U.I, or the N.U.I, 
who have fulfilled certain conditions ; qualifications for the degrees 
of M.A. and M.Sc. ; distribution of subjects amongst the Faculties ; 
recognition of examns. as exempting from the matricn. examn. ; the 
conduct of examns. ; higher degrees for Research students ; Diplomas 
and Certifs. 



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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN 

[Constituted by Royal Charter dated Dec. 2, 1908, with effect from 
the Dissolution of the R.U.I, on Oct. 31, 1909.] 



Visitor 
President 

Registrar 

Secretary and Bursar 

Librarian 



His Majesty the King. 

D. J. Coffey, M.A., M.B., B.Ch., 

B.A.O., LL.D. 
Prof. A. W. Conway, M.A., D.Sc. 
J. W. Bacon, M.A. 

D. J. O'DONOGHUE. 



PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS OF THE 
UNIVERSITY 



ACCOUNTANCY 

O'CONNOR, D., A.CA. 



Lectr. 



ANATOMY 

MCLOUGHLIN, E. P., B.A., M.B. Prof. 

ARCHMOLOGY, Celtic [Prof. 

MACALISTER, R. A. S., M.A., F.S.A. 

ARCHITECTURE 

SCOTT, W. A., A.R.I.B.A. Prof. 

BANKING and Finance 

LEET, F. L., LL.D. Lectr. 

BOTANY 

BUTLER, J. B., M.A., M.B. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY 

RYAN, H., M.A., D.SC. Prof. 

COMMERCE 

OLDHAM, C. H., B.A., B.L. Prof. 

(v. also Accountancy, Banking) 
DENTAL Mechanics 

POTTER, J. I., L.D.S. Prof. 

Dental Surgery [Prof. 

SHERIDAN, E., L.D.S., F.R. C.S.I. 

ECONOMICS, National, of Ire- 
land 

KETTLE, T. M., B.A., B.L. Prof. 

(v. also Commerce and Pol. Econ.) 



EDUCATION [Prof. 

CORCORAN, T., S.J., B.A., D.LITT. 



ENGINEERING, Civil 

PURCELL, P. F., M.A., M.A.I. 



Prof. 



GEOLOGY 

SEYMOUR, H. J. 



B.A., f.g.s. Prof. 



HISTORY 

O'SULLIVAN, J. M., M.A., PH.D. Prof. 

Early History, including 
Mediceval Irish 

MACNEILL, J., B.A. Prof. 

History, Modern Irish 

HAYDEN, MARY T., M.A. Prof. 

HISTOLOGY, v. Physiology 

HYGIENE, v. Medicine 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
Eastern Languages 

BOYLAN, P., M.A. Prof. 

English Literature 

DONOVAN, R., B.A. Prof. 

Engl. Lang, and Philology 

O'NEILL, G., S.J., M.A. Prof. 

French and Romance Philology 

CADIC, E., D.LITT. Prof. 



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German 

MACKEN, MARY, M.A. Prof. 

Greek 

BROWNE, H., S.J., M.A. Prof. 

Irish, Early and Mediaeval 

BERGIN, O., B.A., PH.D. Prof. 

Irish Lang, and Lit., Modern 



HYDE, D., LL.D., D.LITT. 

Irish 

O'FARRELLY, AGNES M. W., 

Italian and Spanish 

DEGANI, MARIA A., DIPL 
PADUA 

Latin 

SEMPLE, P., M.A. 

Welsh 

JONES, J. L., M.A., B.LIT. 



Prof. 
[Lectr. 

M.A. 
UNIV. 

Prof. 
Prof. 
Prof. 



LAW, Const., and Wrongs 

MCNEILL, J. G. S., M.A. OX., K.C., 

m.p. Prof. 

Jurispv.. and Internat. and 
Roman Law [Prof. 

MURNAGHAN, J. A., M.A., LL.D., B.L. 

Law of Property and of Contracts 

CLERY, A. E., LL.D. Prof. 

(v. also Medicine — Hyg.) 
MATHEMATICS 

M'WEENEY, H. C, M.A. Prof. 

Pure Mathematics 

EGAN, M. F., S.J., M.A. Lectr. 

Mathematical Physics 

CONWAY, A. W., M.A., D.SC. Prof. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Hygiene and Med. Jurispr. 

MEENAN, J. N., M.B., D.P.H. Prof. 

Mat. Med. and Therap. [Prof. 

DEMPSEY, M., B.A., M.D., F.R. C.P.I. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 



BART., 

Prof. 

Prof. 
[Prof. 



Medicine 

NIXON, SIR CHRISTOPHER J. 
M.D., LL.D., F.R. C.P.I. 

Midwifery and Gyncsc. 

SMITH, A., M.B., F.R. C.S.I. 

Ophthalmology 

WERNER, L., B.A., M.B., F.R. C.S.I. 

Pathology and Bacteriology 

M'WEENEY, E. J., M.A., M.D., M.CH., 
M.A.O., D.P.H. Prof. 

Pathology, Special 

CROFTON, W. M., B.A., M.D. Lectr. 

Surgery [Prof. 

MCARDLE, J. S., M.CH., F.R. C.S.I. 

MUSIC 

VACANT Prof. 

Irish Music 
vacant Prof. 

PHILOLOGY, v. Languages 

PHILOSOPHY 
Ethics and Politics 

CRONIN, M., M.A., D.D. Prof. 

Logic and Psychology 

SHINE, J., M.A. Prof. 

Metaphysics 

MAGENNIS, W., M.A. Prof. 

PHYSICS, Experimental 

MCCLELLAND, J. A., M.A., D.SC, 

f.r.s. Prof. 

Physics (v. also Math. Phys.) 
dowling, j. j., m.a. Lectr. 

PHYSIOLOGY and Histology 
collingwood,b.j.,b.a.,m.d. Prof. 



POLITICAL ECONOMY 

FINLAY, T. A., S.J., M.A. 



ZOOLOGY 

SIGERSON, C 



M.D. 



Prof. 



Prof. 



Faculties. Arts ; Philosophy and Sociology ; Celtic Studies 
Law ; Medicine ; Science (including Technology and Agriculture) 
Engineering and Architecture ; Commerce. 

Terms, 191 3-1 4. Michaelmas, begins Oct. 1 ; Hilary, Jan. 8 
Trinity, April 1. 



190 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND 

Courses are provided for the degrees of the N.U.I, in all Faculties. 
The Law School of the Coll. has, with that of Trinity Coll., been recog- 
nized officially by the Hon. Soc. of King's Inns, Dub., for the ist year 
of Legal Education of the students of the Inns. 

Officers of the N.U.I. The first appointment of Profs, and 
Lectrs. was made by the Dub. Commrs. under the Irish Univs. Act, 
1908. All subsequent appointments rest with the Senate of the N.U.I. 
Statutes provide for the superannuation of Profs, and Lectrs. at the 
age of 65, as in the Univ. Statutes. 

Scholarships open to Graduates. Not more than 5 Scholar- 
ships of £60, tenable for 1 year in the Coll., may be offered on the B.A. 
and B.Sc. Honours, 3 of £30 for Med. students on the B.Sc. Honours, 
and 1 of £80 on the M.B., B.Ch. and B.A.O. Degree examns. 

Women are admitted to all the courses and are eligible for member- 
ship of the Coll. or of its Governing Body and for its offices, scholar- 
ships, &c, on the same terms as men. 

Residential Facilities. Students do not reside within the Coll., 
but every student must enter under a Dean or Officer of Residence, 
who is charged with the supervision of his general conduct outside the 
Coll., and particularly with the supervision of the recognized lodging- 
houses. The list includes a lady Officer of Residence for women 
students. The places of residence other than lodging-houses now 
approved by the Coll. include — For men : University Hall, Lower 
Hatch Street ; Houses of Residence in connexion with Castleknock, 
Blackrock, and Terenure Colls. For women : Loreto Hall, yy St. 
Stephen's Green ; St. Mary's Dominican Hall, 49 St. Stephen's Green. 

The Library, which is rapidly growing, contains about 40,000 vols., 
and includes the late Catholic Univ. Library, about 17,000 vols., 
received on loan ; the Zimmer Library of Celtic Lit. (Irish, Scottish, 
Welsh, Manx, Cornish, and Breton), some 6000 books and pamphlets ; 
and the Library of the late Royal Univ. 

Museums. The Museum of Ancient Hist, contains Greek and 
Roman coins and other originals, replicas, and illustrations. 

The Laboratories include those of the late Royal Univ. 

Hospitals. Through its Med. staff the Coll. is indirectly con- 
nected with several of the larger hospls. of Dub., but students are 
free to select for attendance any of those providing Clin, instruction 
approved by the Univ. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued about Sept., price 2s. 

The Year 1912-13. Benefactions Received : The City Corporation 
provided for a lect'ship in Munic. Hist, and a Chair of Irish Music. 



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191 



New Departments, &c. : A Chair of Music besides the Chair and Lect'ship 
above mentioned. University Extension : For the past 2 years a 
special summer course in Educn. has been largely attended. In Aug. 
191 3 it was extended by a series of lectures in Engl. Lang, and Lit., 
Class, and Genl. Archaeol., Archit., and Geol. Number of Students : 
Undergraduates seeking Bachelor's degrees, 751 ; graduates preparing 
for Master's degrees and post-grad. Diplomas in Educn., 69 ; total, 
820, including 165 women. Students seeking other Diplomas or pro- 
fessional qualifications, 58 ; other occasional students, 31. Degrees 
obtained (1912) — 161 (including 56 women) ; M.A., 13 (2 women) ; 
B.Sc, 9 ; M.Sc, 3 ; LL.B., 2 ; LL.D., 3 ; M.B., 24 (1 woman) ; 
M.D., 3 ; B.E., 4. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CORK 

[Incorporated under the name of Queen's Coll., Cork, on Dec. 30, 
1845. New Charter, changing the name, granted on Dec. 2, 1908.] 



Visitor 
President 



Registrar 

Bursar and Secretary 

Librarian 



H.M. the King. 

Sir Bertram C. A. Windle, M.A. 

D.Sc, M.D., LL.D., F.S.A. 

F.R.S. 

J. P. MOLOHAN, M.A. 

J. Downey. 

J. Fawcett, M.A. 



PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS OF THE 
UNIVERSITY 



ACCOUNTING 




Dental Mechanics 




MAGENNIS, A. J., A.C.A. 


Lectr. 


SHEEDY, GEORGE, L.D.S. 


Lectr. 


ARCHEOLOGY 

THE PRESIDENT 


Prof. 


Dental Surgery 

HACKETT, J. R., M.B., L.D.S. 


Lectr. 


POWER, P., M.R.I. A. 


Asst. 







ARCHITECTURE 

HILL, A., B.E., F.R.I.B.A. 



Lectr. 



BOTANY and Agriculture 

CUMMINS, H. A., M.D., C.M.G. Prof. 



CHEMISTRY 

DIXON, A. E., M.D. 



Prof. 



DENTAL Materia Medica 

CANTILLON, E. V., M.B. Lectr. 



ECONOMICS and Commerce 

SMIDDY, T., M.A., F.C.S. Lectr. 

EDUCATION, Methods of 

O'SULLIVAN, ELIZ. M., M.A. Lectr. 

History of Education 
mc sweeney, e. p. Lectr. 

ENGINEERING, Civil 

ALEXANDER, C W. o'D. L., M.SC, 
B.E., A.M. INST. CE. Prof. 



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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND 



Engineering, Electrical 

BELAS, P. E., B.A., A. R. CSC. I. Lectl*. 

GEOLOGY and Geography [Prof. 

SWAIN, I., B.A., A. R. CSC. I., M.R.I. A. 



HISTORY 

MERRIMAN, P. J 



M.A. 

HYGIENE, v. Medicine 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
English 



Prof. 



M.A. 



Prof. 
Prof. 



STOCKLEY, W. F. P . 

German 

SWERTZ, MARIA W., M.A 

Greek 

KEENE, C H., M.A., M.R.I. A. Prof. 

Irish Language and Literature 

HENEBRY, R., PH.D. Prof. 

Irish, Modern 
o'donoghue, e. Lectr. 

Latin 

MOLOHAN, J. P., M.A. Prof. 

Romance Languages 

RYAN, MARY, M.A. Prof. 

LAW (v. also Med. Jurispr. and 
Philos.) 
Law of Contracts, &>c. 

DUNLEA, W. J., LL.D. Prof. 

Law of Real Property 

MOLONEY, H. J. Prof. 

MATHEMATICS 

CONRAN, M. J., M.A., M.R.I. A. Prof. 

Mathematical Physics 

HARPER, E. H., M.A. Prof. 

MEDICINE and Surgery (v. also 
Dent.) 
A natomy 

FITZGERALD, D. P., M.B. Prof. 

Hygiene [Prof. 

DONOVAN, D. D., L.R.C.P. AND S.E. 



Materia Medica 

DUNDON, J., M.B., F.R.C.S. ENG. 

and i. Prof. 

Medical Jurisprudence 

O'SULLIVAN, P. T., M.D., B.CH., 
M.R.C.P. LOND. Prof. 

Medicine 

CUMMINS, W. E. A., M.D., M.CH. Prof. 

Mental Diseases 

FITZGERALD, J. J., M.B. Lectr. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

CORBY, H., B.A., M.D., M.CH. Prof. 

Ophthalmology and Otology 

SANDFORD, A. W., M.D., M.CH. Prof. 

Pathology 

MOORE, A. E., M.B. Prof. 

Surgery 

PEARSON, C Y., M.D., M.CH., 
F.R.C.S. ENG. Prof. 



MUSIC 

LACY, F. ST. J. 



F.R.A.M. 



Prof. 



PHILOSOPHY and Jurispr. 

STOKES, G. J., M.A. Prof. 

Philosophy 

FITZGIBBON, T. E., B.A., PH.D. Prof. 

PHYSICS (v. also Mathematics) 

BERGIN, W., M.A., M.R.I. A. Prof. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

BARRY, D. T., M.D. 



[Prof. 

F.R.C.S. ENG. 



TECHNOLOGY, Electrical 

BELAS, P. E., B.A., A.R.CSCI. Lectr. 

VETERINARY SCIENCE 

HOARE, E. W., F.R.CV.S. Lectr. 

ZOOLOGY and Embryology 

HARTOG, M., M.A., D.SC, F.L.S., 

f.r.h.s. Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Anglin, A. H., M.A., LL.B., F.R.S.E., Prof, of Maths., resigned. 
Conran, M. J., Prof, of Math. Physics, apptd. vice Anglin. 
Harper, E. H., apptd. vice Conran. 



NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND 193 

Lawrence, G., Prof, of Law of Property, deceased. 

Moloney, H. J., apptd. vice Lawrence. 

Power, P., apptd. Lectr. in Archaeol. 

Lecturers in Dental Science and in Vet. Science apptd. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties. Arts (including Sanitary and Domestic Science) ; 
Celtic Studies ; Law ; Med. (including Pub. Health and Dental Science) ; 
Science (including Agric.) ; Engin. (including Archit.) ; Commerce. 

Terms 191 3-14 begin — Michs., Oct. 7 ; Hilary, Jan. 13 ; Trinity, 
April 20. 

Courses are provided leading to all the primary degrees of the 
N.U.I., to the M.Litt.Celt., D.Litt.Celt., LL.B. and B.Sc, Pub. Health, 
and to Diplomas in Education and Journalism. There are a special 
course for the B.A. degree in Leg. and Pol. Sc. and a special course 
for the B.A. and Diplomas for prospective journalists. 

In Law students admitted at the King's Inns with a view to the 
Irish Bar may obtain credit for their 1st year of legal education by 
attending for 1 legal year in this Coll. and passing the examns. held 
by the Profs, there. Students attending the LL.B. degree courses 
for 2 years may serve for 4 instead of 5 years apprenticeship for the 
Certif . of the Law Professors. 

In Medicine and Science the arrangements are made chiefly with 
reference to the requirements of the N.U.I., but it is open to students 
to proceed to the degrees and certif s. in Medicine, Science, and Pub. 
Health in the Univ. of London and to the Diplomas conferred on 
candidates who have passed the examns. held by the Conjoint Boards 
in Dub., Edin., and London. Hospitals in which Clinical instruction 
is given: General (1460 beds) ; Women and Children (70) ; Lying-in 
(20) ; Maternity ; Fever ; Eye, Ear, and Throat (35) ; Lunatic Asylum. 

Scholarships open to Graduates. Scholarships are awarded on 
the Final examns. for the Bachelorship as follows : In Medicine, 7 
of the aggregate value of £2 1 2 ; Engineering, 1 of £30 ; other Faculties, 
2 of ^30 each. 

Appointments. An Appointments Board has been set up for the 
purpose of enabling employers and past students to come into touch 
with one another. 

Women are admitted to the courses and are eligible for member- 
ship of the Coll. or of its Governing Body and for its offices, scholar- 
ships, &c, on the same terms as men. 

Residential Facilities. There is no accommodation for the 
residence of students within the Coll., but students not living at home 
or with relatives or friends sanctioned by their parents or guardians 
are required to live in a hostel or in recognized lodgings. St. Anthony's 



194 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND 

Hall, adjoining the Coll., is the property of and is occupied by the 
Franciscan Order. A number of sets of rooms, together with recrea- 
tion and common rooms, are provided for lay students who may 
desire to live there. The Ursuline Convent, Blackrock, has a House 
of Residence, quite separate from their Secondary School, for Catholic 
women students. Girls' Friendly Society Lodge, Dyke Parade, pro- 
vides for other women students. Every student must be entered 
under a Dean of Residence. 

The Library contains about 50,000 vols., and is especially rich in 
Celtic books. 

Museums, &c Nat. Hist, (including a Hortus siccus with 60,000 
named specimens and very large collection of Brit, flora in addition, 
and the Harvey Collection of S. Ireland Birds and Eggs and Mammals), 
Geol., Anat., Path., Mat. Med., Archaeol., and Ethnog. Museums ; 
Bot. Garden with Biol. Lab. and Aquarium ; Chem., Histol., Pract. 
and Chem. Physiol., Mat. Med., Phys., Path., and Engin. Labs. ; 
Collection of Phonograms of Irish Folk Music. The Crawford Observa- 
tory has an equatorial with 8* object glass and seismograph. 

Publications. Calendar, pubd. about Sept., price is. ; Univ. 
Coll., Cork, Official Gazette, pubd. terminally and distributed free ; 
Handbook, illustrated, free. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. New Department : A School of Dentistry. 
Number of Students : 429. Number who obtained Degrees (in 191 2) : 
B.A., 35 (including 9 women) ; M.A., 2 (1 woman) ; B.Sc, 3 ; M.B., 
17 (1 woman) ; M.D., 1 ; B.E., 2 ; M.E., 2. Additions to Buildings, &c. : 
New administrative offices ; enlargement of Library and Council 
room ; raising and draining athletic ground. Other New Developments : 
Appointments Board. Additions to Library : The Celtic Library of 
H. d'Arbois de Jubainville (12,000 vols.). 



UNIVERSITY college, galway 

President Alexander Anderson, M.A., 

D.Sc, LL.D. 
Registrar Professor Pye. 

PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS OF THE 
UNIVERSITY 

ANATOMY and Physiology ENGINEERING, Civil 

PYE, J. P., M.D., M.CH., D.SC. Prof. RISHWORTH, F. S., B.E., B.A., 



CHEMISTRY 



a.m.i.c.e. Prof. 



senier, a., ph.d., d.sc, f.i.c, Electrical Engineering [Lectr. 

M.R.I. A. Prof. GRIFFITH, W. G., B.SC, A.M.I.E.E. 



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195 



LANGUAGES and Literature 
Engl., Hist, and Mental Science 

DRENNAN, MAX., M.A. Prof. 

Greek 
m'elderry, r. k., m.a. Prof. 

Irish Lang., Philol., and Lit. 

O'MAILLE, T., M.A., PH.D. Prof. 

Irish, Modern 

HENRY, J. P., M.A., M.D. Lectr. 

Latin 

EXON, C, M.A. Prof. 

Modern Languages 

STEINBERGER, V., M.A. Prof. 

LAW 

Jurisprudence and Pol. Econ. 

ANDERSON, JAMES, M.A., LL.B. Prof. 

English Law 

SWEETMAN, J. M., M.A., LL.D. Prof. 



MA THEM A TICS 

POWER, M., M.A., B.SC. 



Prof. 



MEDICINE and Surgery 
Materia Med. and Pharmacy 

COLAHAN, N. W., M.D., M.CH. Prof. 

Medicine, Practice of 

MAHON, R. B., M.D., M.CH., F.R.C.S. 

eng. Prof. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

KINKEAD, R. J., B.A., M.D., 

l.r. c.s.i. Prof. 

Pathology 

WALSH, T., B.A., M.D., P.D.H. Prof. 

Surgery, Practice of 

BRERETON, W. W., L.R.C.S.I., 

m.r. c.p.i. Prof. 

NATURAL HISTORY, Geol. and 
Mineralogy 

ANDERSON, R. J., M.A., M.D., 

m.r.c.s. Prof. 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY 

ANDERSON, A., M.A., D.SC, LL.D. 

Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Drennan, C. M., appointed vice Trench. 
Houston, W. A., M.A., Prof, of Maths., resigned. 
Lynham, J. I., M.D., Prof, of Medicine, deceased. 
Mahon, R. B., apptd. vice Lynham. 
Power, M., apptd. vice Houston. 

Trench, W. F., M.A., Prof, of Engl. Lit., &c, apptd. Extern 
Examiner. 



Number of Students who obtained degrees in 1912 — B.A., 8 
(including 4 women) ; M.A., 2 (women) ; B.Sc, 1 (woman) ; B.E., 10 ; 
M.E., 1. 



UNIVERSITY OF KING'S COLLEGE, 
WINDSOR, NOVA SCOTIA 

[Established by Royal Charter in 1802. Constitution modified by 
Acts of the Local Legislature in 1853 and 1895. Affiliated to Oxford, 
Cambridge, and Dublin.] 

Patron of the College His Grace the Archbishop of 

Canterbury. 
Visitor and President of the The Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop 

Board of Governors of Nova Scotia. 

Vice-President of the Board The Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop 

of Fredericton. 
Chancellor Chief Justice Sir Charles J. 

Townshend, D.CL. 
Vice-Chancellor and President T. W. Powell, M.A., D.D., D.CL. 

of the College 
Vice-President of the College C. E. Willets, M.A., D.CL. 
Registrar and Librarian Prof. F. W. Vroom, M.A., D.D., 

D.CL. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

CLASSICS [Prof. LAW {v. infra also) 

THE VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE COLL. SANGSTER, H. W., M.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

DIVINITY [Prof. MATHEMATICS 

hunt, t. h., m.a., d.d. Alexandra wadley, h. w. a., m.a. Prof. 

Divinity, including Pastoral 

Theol. [Prof. PHILOSOPHY and Ethics 

VROOM, F. W., M.A., D.D., D.CL. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLL. Prof. 

Pastoral Theology 
martell, g. R., m.a., d.c.l. Lectr. PHYSICS and Engineering 

HOWARTH, E., M.SC Prof. 

ED UCA TION {Sunday-school) 

hiltz, r. a., m.a. Lectr. SCIENCE 

MCCARTHY, J. B., B.A., M.SC. Prof. 

ENGLISH LITERATURE ^ n 

harley, a. w. m., m.a. Prof. Co11 ^ Tutor 

WAUGH, MISS E. G. M., M.A. 

LANGUAGES, Modern Fellow 

BOBER, H. L., M.A., D.C.L. Prof. BOWMAN, C, D.D. 

I96 



KING'S COLLEGE, WINDSOR, N.S. 197 

THE LAW FACULTY Procedure and Pleading 

(School of Law at St. John, wilson, a. a., k.c. 

New Brunswick) Wallace, w. b., d.c.l., k.c. 
Bills and Notes R ea i Property 

KELLEY, J. K., B.C.L., K.C. CAMPBELL, J. R., LL.B., B.C.L. 

PHINNEY, J. D., M.A., K.C. _ - - r 

Roman and Common Law 

Constitutional Law at wad™ c */r a r> <~ t vr r 

ALWARD, S., M.A., D.C.L., K.C, 

POWELL, H. A., M.A., K.C. DEAN 

Contracts ~ . 

Torts 

MCKEOWN, HON. MR. JUSTICE, D.C.L. 

. , KNOWLES, E. T. C, K.C. 

Equity and Admiralty 

TAYLOR, F. R., B.A., LL.B. WiUs and Executors 

_ . , ARMSTRONG, J. R., K.C, JUDGE OF 

Evidence 

PROBATE 
HARRISON, W. H., B.A., LL.B. 

Medical Jurisprudence The p res i d ent of the College is 

WALKER, T. D., B.A., M.B., CM. EDIN. ^ ^^ & member Q f the Facu l ty , 

Practice and Domestic Relations 

BAXTER, J. B. M., B.C.L., K.C, 
RECORDER. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

While King's is essentially a Church College, it welcomes students 
of all denominations. All students in residence are expected to attend 
the daily services in the College Chapel. 

Departments. The courses are organized in 4 schools — Arts ; 
Science ; Divinity ; Law. The Law School was established in St. 
John, N.B., in 1892. 

Admission. The minimum age is 16. 

Terms, 191 3-14. Michaelmas, Sept. 24 to Dec. 22; Lent, Jan. 7 
to May 14. 

Degrees, &c B.A., M.A. ; B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc. ; B.D., D.D. ; 
B.C.L., D.C.L. ; the title of Licentiate in Sacred Theology. 

Arts. Candidates for the B.A. degree must ordinarily have resided 
at least 4 years in the Coll. and must have taken successfully some 
regular course of study as set forth in the Calendar. Admission to the 
2nd year of the ordinary 4 years course is granted to students suffi- 
ciently advanced at entrance. Students who produce evidence of 
having successfully pursued, during 2 years residence at King's or 
some other recognized Coll., some regular course of study, equivalent 
to the requirements of the first 2 years in Arts at King's, may proceed 
with the work of the 3rd and 4th years, residing for such time as will 
make up a total of 4 years residence. Law may be taken in the 3rd 
and 4th years. 



198 KING'S COLLEGE, WINDSOR, N.S. 

Science. The full course covers 4 years, but the 4th is intended 
only for those desiring to take the B.A. degree. When a student has 
completed the 3 years course at King's he may proceed to the Provincial 
Tech. Coll. in Halifax and complete his course in 2 years for the B.Sc. 
in Civil, Mech., Elec., or Mining Engin. The degree may be taken 
there or at King's. See also Appendix VI. 

Divinity. The course for the Divinity Testamur — equivalent to 
the 1st B.D. examn. — covers 4 years, but the first 2 years parts may be 
taken in one in certain cases. Undergraduates in Arts who have 
matriculated in Greek may take the 1st and 2nd years of the Div. 
course concurrently with the 3rd and 4th of the Arts course, com- 
pleting the Div. course after graduation in Arts. Those taking Honours 
in Div. in the Arts examn. may complete the Div. course in one year 
after graduation. In order to obtain the B.D. degree candidates must 
(1) pass a further — 2nd B.D. — examn. and (2) be graduates in Arts of 
3 years standing. Under provisions of Canon X of the General Synod 
(v. Appendix VI), this second requirement may in certain cases be 
relaxed. The L.S.T. may be obtained by passing the 1st year Arts 
examn. and completing the Div. course. 

Residence at the Jamaica Church Theol. Coll. is accepted in lieu 
of residence at King's both for the L.S.T. and for the B.A., but does 
not excuse from the regular examns. 

Law. Candidates for the B.C.L. degree must, as a rule, be matricu- 
lated students in Arts of King's Coll. and pass 3 examns. These are 
ordinarily separated by intervals of not less than a year, but the 
Final examn. may be taken without attending the lectures of the 
3rd year by a student who has attended the lectures and passed the 
examns. of the first 2 years. The D.C.L. degree is open only to 
Bachelors of 5 years standing. A thesis is required. Graduates in 
Arts who have attended lectures during their Coll. course in Const. 
Hist., Contracts, Torts, and Crimes, and, having passed in those 
subjects, are admitted to 2nd year standing in the Law School of 
Dalhousie Coll., Halifax, N.S., can graduate in 2 years from their 
entry into that Law School. The Law School of King's being in N.B., 
where the Statutes and Practice are somewhat different from those 
of N.S., it is usually more convenient for men who intend to practise 
in N.S. to go to Halifax rather than to St. John. 

Women are admitted as students on the same terms as men. 

Residential Facilities. There is accommodation for men in the 
Coll. Women reside in boarding houses approved by the President. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in May ; King's Coll. Record, 
monthly during the academic year. 



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THE YEAR 1912-13 

In Aug. 191 2 the Govr.-Genl. (the Duke of Connaught) visited the 
Coll. and accepted the Honorary Degree of D.C.L. and received an 
address. Lord Milner visited the Coll. and addressed the students 
at the beginning of the Michaelmas term. 

Number of Students in 191 3. In Arts and Science, 62 (including 
5 women) ; Law, 17 ; occasional, 4. Honorary Degrees conferred in 
1912-13 : D.D. — Very Rev. H. P. A. Abbott, Dean of Niagara ; 
D.C.L., 5. Other Degrees : M.A., 3; B.A., 6; B.C.L., 5. Additions 
to Buildings. A wing containing Engin. workshop, Chem. and Phys. 
Labs, and Lecture rooms and rooms for a Prof, and 20 students was 
added to the Coll. 



LAVAL UNIVERSITY, QUEBEC 
AND MONTREAL 



[Incorporated by Royal Charter Dec. 8, 1852. The Montrea 
branch, formed in 1876, has become practically independent. It 
receives its degrees from the Univ. Council of Quebec, but possesses 
a complete local administration.] 



Visitor and Chancellor 

Apostolic 
Vice-Chancellor Apostolic 

Rector 

Vice-Rector 

Secretary of the University 

and Moderator 
Secretary at Montreal 



S.G. Mgr. L. N. Begin, Arch- 
bishop of Quebec. 

S.G. Mgr. P. L. N. Bruchesi, 
Archbishop of Montreal. 

Mgr. A. E. Gosselin, Supr. du 
Seminaire de Quebec. 

G. Dauth, Chanoine. 

Ph. J. Fillion, M.-es-A. 

J. L. Desjardins, Abbe, D.Th. 



# PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC., AT QUEBEC 



ANATOMY, v. Med. and Surg. 
ARCHEOLOGY, Canadian 

DIONNE, N. E., D.-ES-L., F.R.S. 

can. Prof. 

ASTRONOMY 

SIMARD, H., M.-ES-A., D.TH. Prof 

Practical Astronomy 

SMITH, A., TRIG. SURVEYOR Prof. 

BIOLOGY, v. Natural History. 
CHEMISTRY 

FILLION, PH. J., M.-ES-A., M.SOCC 

paris Prof. 



Analytical Chemistry 

GARNEAU, SIR GEORGES, B.-ES-SC. 
AP., ING.CIV., K.C.M.G. Prof. 



COMMERCE, 
Econ. 



v. Law and Pol. 



ELOCUTION [Prof. 

RIVARD, A., K.C., M.-ES-A., 

B.-EN-DR., D.-ES-L., M.R.S. CAN, 

FORESTRY 

PICHE, G. C, ING.FOR. Prof. 

BEDARD, A., ING.FOR. Prof. 

HISTOLOGY and Bacteriology 

HAMEL, A. C.. M.D. Prof. 



* Professors are distinguished as Titulaires (ordinaires orextraordinaires), 
Agreges, and Charges des Cours. Titulaires ordinaires alone can be members of 
the Univ. Council. A Titulaire in one faculty cannot be Titulaire in another, 
but can be Agrege or Charge du Cours. In this list the letters (A) and (C) are 
used to distinguish Agreges and Charges from Titulaires. (S) = Suppleant= 
gives courses in the absence of the Prof. Titulaire. M.D. = D.-en-M. : cf. p. 208. 

200 



HISTORY (v. also Law 
and Theol.—Eccl. H.) 

CHAPAIS, HON. T., D.-ES-L., C.L.d'h., 



LAVAL 

Rom. 



201 



M.R.S. CAN. 

History of Canada 

THE RECTOR 

Universal History 

PARE, A. J. V., B.-ES-A. 



Prof. 



Prof. 



Prof. 



HYGIENE, Public 

PAQUIN, R., M.D. 

(v. also Med. and Surg.— 
Anat., Ped.) 



Prof. 



LANGUAGES and Literature 
French Literature [Prof. 

ROY, C, L.-ES-L., D.PH., M.R.S. CAN. 

Greek Literature 

PELLETIER, F., M.-ES-A. Prof. 

Latin Literature 

HEBERT, P., M.-ES-A. Prof. 

(v. also Theol. — Holy Script.) 

LAW 

Administrative Law 
sirois, l. p., d.-en-dr. Prof, (and 
(C) of Notarial Practice). 

Administr. and Const. Law 
sirois, jr., d.-en-dr. Prof. (A) & (C) . 

Civil Law [Prof. 

DORION, HON. C. E., K.C., D.-EN-DR., 
J. OF THE SUPERIOR COURT 

Commerc. <S> Marit. Law [Prof. 

BERNIER, L. M. J. A., K.C., D.-EN-DR. 

Criminal Law 

ROY, F., K.C., D.-EN-DR. Prof. 

International Law 

ROUTHIER, HON. SIR ADOLPHE B., 
G.C. ST. GR., K.M.G., D.-EN-DR. 
ET ES-L., M.R.S. CAN. Prof. 

Procedure, Civil 

POULIOT, A , D.-EN-DR. Prof. 

Procedure, Practical [Prof. (C). 

PROF. PELLETIER (v. Pol. Econ.) 

Roman Law [Prof. 

FLYNN, HON. E. J., K.C., D.-EN-DR. 



Roman Law and Hist, of Law 

BELLEAU, E., K.C., D.-EN-DR. 

Prof. (C). 
(v. also Med. Toxic, Pol. Econ.) 

MEDICINE and Surgery 

Anatomy, Descr. & Ext. Clinic 

AHERN, M. J., M.D. Prof. 

Anatomy, Pathological 

VALLEE, A., M.D. (Dir. of P.A. 

Labs.). Prof, (and (C) of Pract. 

Bad. and Physiol. Chem.). 

Anat. and Oper. Med., Pract. 

simard, e. t. a., m.d. Prof, (and (C) 

of Ext. Path, and Surg. Clin.). 

PAQUET, A., M.D. Prof. 

Dermatology 

MAYRAND, R., M.D. Prof. 

Gynecology and Gyn. Clin. 

GRONDIN, S., M.D., C.L.D'H. Prof. 

Hist, of Med. and Descr. Anat. 

DAGNEAU, C, M.D. Prof. 

Laryngology 

FISET, L. J. N., M.D. Prof. 

Laryng., Rhin., Ophth. and 

Otology and Rhino-Laryng. 

Clinic 

dussault, n. a., m.d. Prof, (and 

(C) of Dis. of Eye and Ear). 

Materia Medica 

FAUCHER, P. V., M.D. Prof. 

M.M. and Pract. Pharm., &c. 

TURCOT, E., M.D. Prof. 

M.M. and Therapeutics 

LECLERC, O., M.D. Prof. (C) . 

Ophthalmology 

PAGE, J. D., M.D. Prof. 

Ophth. and Ot. Clin., &>c. 

COOTE, P., M.D., M.SOC.OPHTH. OF 
PARIS AND OF U.K. Prof . 

Path., Genl., and Int. Clin. 

ROUSSEAU, A., M.D., O.A. Prof. 

Path., Int., Nerv. Dis., &c. 

BROCHU, M. D., M.D. Prof. 

Path., Internal 

GUERARD, J., M.D. Prof. 

Pediatrics, Hygiene, &>c. 

FORTIER, E, R., M.D. Prof. 



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Toxicol., Leg. Med., and Ex I. 
Clin. 

MAROIS, A., M.D. Prof. 

(v. also Histol., Physiol.) 
NATURAL HISTORY 

GUIMONT, R., L.PH., D.-EN-DR. 
CAN., M.-ES-A. Prof. 



PHILOSOPHY 

ROBERT, A., B.-ES-A., D.TH., D.PH., 
D.ST.T., L.-EN-SC. POL., ETC., 

louv. Prof. 

GAGNON, C, B.-ES-A., D.TH. 

*Prof. (C). 

PHYSICS 

VACANT Prof. 

the prof, of A stronomy Prof. (C) . 

PHYSIOL., Genl. andComp., and 
Med. Clin. 

MATHIEU, E., M.D. Prof, 



POLITICAL ECONOMY 

Comml. Policy & Customs Laws 

PELLETIER, HON. L. P., K.C., 
D.-EN-DR. fProf. 



Political and Social Econ. 

PRINCE, J. E., K.C., D.-EN-DR. f Prof. 

SURVEYING and Topography 

GASTONGUAY, J. N., TRIG. SUR- 
VEYOR, ing.civ. Prof. 

THEOLOGY 
Canon Law 

GIGNAC, J., B.-ES-L., D.TH., D.DR. 

can. Prof. 

Dogmatic Theology [Prof. 

BEAULIEU, C, B.-ES-A., D.TH., L.- 
EN-ECR.STE. ET EN-DR.CAN. 

PAQUET, MGR. L. A., V.G., B.-ES-A., 
D.TH., M.ST.T., M.R.S.CAN. Prof. 

(and Prof. (A) of Chr. Apol.). 

LANGLOIS, J. A., B.-ES-A., D.TH., 

d.ph. Prof. 

Ecclesiastical History 

GARNEAU, P. B. Prof. 

Holy Script, and Oriental Langs. 

GRANDBOIS, J. E., B.-ES-A., L.-EN- 
TH., D.TH. / Prof. 

Moral Theology 

NADEAU, E., B.-ES-A., D.TH., L.- 

EN-DR.CAN. Prof. 

GARIEPY, C.N., B.-ES-A., D.TH. Prof. 



JPROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC., AT MONTREAL 



A NA TOMY (v. also Med.— Path.) . 


ART 


MIGNAULT, L. D., M.D. 


, m.ch. Prof. 


LAGACE, J. B. Prof. 


VIROLLE, E., M.D. 


(S). 




DELORME, L. N., M.D. 




ASTRONOMY 


Prof, of Pract. A nat. 


VOLBART, A., P.S.S., B.-ES-SC, 


MOREAU, G. T., M.D. 


Demr. 


l.-es-l. Prof. 


DEL VECCHIO, P. 


Asst. Demr. 




DEMERS, A. 
DUFRESNE, E. 
ROBICHON, A. 


Asst. Demr. 
Asst. Demr. 
Asst. Demr. 


CHEMISTRY, Practical 

BARIL, G. H., M.D. Prof. (C). 


SAINT-PIERRE, C. 
TESSIER, A. D. 


Asst. Demr. 
Asst. Demr. 


COMMERCE, v. Law— Comml. 


ARCHITECTURE, 


v. Ecole 


DENTISTRY, v. Ec. de Ch. D., 


Polyt., p. 209. 




p. 210. 



* In the Faculty of Theol. f In the Faculty of Law. 

% (A) Agrege, (C) Charge du Cours, (S) Suppleant au Cours (see footnote 
on p. 200). 



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203 



ECONOMICS, Industrial (v. also 
Pol. Econ.) 

MARCEAU, E., PRINCIPAL, ECOLE 

polyt. Prof. 

ELOCUTION (v. also Oratory) 



WIALLARD, P. 

ENGINEERING, 
p. 209. 

HISTOLOGY 

BOUCHER, S., M.D. 
GAGNON, E., M.D. 
ARCHAMBEAULT, G. 
CLEROUX, V. 



Prof. 



v. Ec. Polyt., 



Prof. 

Asst. 
Demr. 
Demr. 



HISTORY OF CANADA 

HEBERT, E., M.-ES-A. 



Prof. 



HYGIENE, v. Med. and Surg. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
French Literature 

GAUTHERON, R. Prof. 

History of French Lit. [Prof. 

FOURNET, ABBE P. A., P.S.S., B.-ES-L. 

Greek [Prof. 

LALIBERTE, J. F., P.S.S., M.-ES-A. 

Hebrew, v. Theol. 

LA W (v. also Med. — Leg.) 
Administrative Law 

MORIN, V., D.DR. Prof. 

Civil Law [Prof. 

MATHIEU, HON. JUDGE M., D.DR. 

Commercial, Financial, and In- 
dustrial Legislation [Prof. 

ARCHAMBAULT, HON. H., D.DR., C.J. 
OF CT. OF KING'S BENCH 

Comml. and Marit. Law 

PERRAULT, A., L.DR. Prof. 

Const, and Municipal Law 

COUSINEAU, P., D.DR. Prof. 

Criminal Law 

MORIN, L. J. S., D.DR. Prof. 

History of Law 

TASCHEREAU, R., K.C., D.DR. Prof. 



Internal. Law and Civ. Proc. 

GERVAIS, HON. H., D.DR., C.L.d'h. 
J. OF CT. OF KING'S BENCH 



Notarial Procedure 

PERODEAU, HON. N., D.DR. 

Roman Law 

LAFONTAINE, E., D.DR., J. 
SUPERIOR CT. 



Prof. 
Prof. 

OF THE 

Prof. 



Prof. 

(S). 

au Cours. 

Demr. 

Demr. 



(C). 



MEDICINE and Surgery (v. also 
Physiol.) 
Bacteriology 

BERNIER, A., M.D. 
JEANNOTTE, A. F., M.D. 
AUBREY, H., M.D. Asst, 
DESPATIS, R. 
DUPUY, E. 

Contagious Diseases 
leduc, j., m.d. Prof. 

Dermatology, Syph. and 

DECARIE, J. P., M.D. Prof. 

Gynecology 

HARWOOD, L. DE L., M.D. Prof. 

ethier, a., m.d. (S) et a la Clin. 

TRUDEAU, J. M. R., M.D. 

Asst. a la Clin. 
History of Med., Hygiene, &c. 

PERSILLIER-LA CHAPELLE, E., M.D., 

c.l.d'h. Prof. 

valin, c. n., m.d. (S) in Hygiene. 

LEMIEUX, L. J., M.D. 

(S) in Hist, of Med. 
Legal Medicine 

DEROME, G. W., M.D. Prof. 

Materia Med. and Therap. 

FORTIER, L. E., M.D. Prof. 

BOURGOIN, J., M.D. (S). 

MIGNAULT, G. E., M.D. Asst. 

Medicine, Clinical 

GUERIN, J. J., M.D., M.CH. Prof. 

CLEROUX, L.J. V., M.D. Jt. Prof. 

BENOIT, E. P., M.D. Prof. 

BRUNEAU, T., M.D. Asst. 

GAUTHIER, J. D., M.D. Asst. 

LEBEL, H., M.D. Asst. 

MERCIER, A., M.D. Asst. 

VERNER, L., M.D. Asst. 



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Mental and Nervous Diseases 

VILLENEUVE, G., M.D., MED. SUPT. 
ASILE DE S. JEAN Prof. 

CHAGNON, E. P., M.D. Clin. Asst. 
TETREAULT, A., M.D. 
DE BELLEFEUILLE, G. L., M.D. ,, 

Obstetrics and Obst. Clin. 

DE COTRET, E. A. R., M.D. Prof. 

LANGEVIN, S., M.D. Asst. 

Ophth., Ot. and Rhino-Laryng. 

FOUCHER, A. A., M.D. 
BOULET, R., M.D. 

Path. Anatomy 

LATREILLE, E., M.D. 

Pathology, External 

PARIZEAU, T., M.D. 
BOURGEOIS, B., M.D. 

Pathology, Internal 

LESAGE, A., M.D. 

Pediatrics 

MASSON, R., M.D. 
RICARD, A., M.D. 
CORMIER, J., M.D. (S) 

Pharmacy, Practical 

LAURENCE, A. J., L.PHM. 

Phthisiotherapy 

DUBE, J. E., M.D. 

Propedeutics 

HEBERT, R., M.D. 

Surgery, Clinical 

MERCIER, O. F., M.D. 
MARIEN, P. A., M.D. 
SAINT-JACQUES, E., M.D. 
HINGSTON, D., M.D. 
RHEAUME, Z., M.D. 
SAINT-PIERRE, A., M.D. 

Toxicology 

RIVET, A. N., M.D. 



Prof. 

(S). 

Prof. (C). 

Prof. 

(S). 

. Prof. 

(S). 

Asst. 
Children's 

Clin. 
Prof. (C). 

Prof. 

Prof. 

Prof. 

Prof. 

Jt. Prof. 

Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 

Prof. 



ORATORY (v. also Elocution) 

JASMIN, L. A., D.TH., D.DR. CAN. 

Prof. 
PHILOSOPHY 

PERRIN, ABBE E. L., P.S.S., D.PH., 
D.TH., D.DR. CAN. Prof. 

AUCLAIR, ABBE E. J., B.-ES-A., 
D.TH., D.DR. CAN. Prof. 



History of Philos. [Prof. 

DAUTH, ABBE G., B.-ES-A., D.TH. 

Natural Law 

CUROTTE, ABBE A., D.PH., D.TH., 
D.-EN-DR.CAN. Prof. 



PHYSICS 

CHOQUETTE, MGR. 



[Prof. 

M.-ES-A., L.SC. 



PHYSIOLOGY, External 

ASSELIN, E., M.D. Prof. 

Physiol, and Med. Electricity 

DUVAL, S., M.D. Prof. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

JETTE, SIR LOUIS A., D.DR. Prof. 

Social and Pol. Econ. [Prof. 

MONTPETIT, E., L.DR., LAUR.SC.POL. 
ET DIP. COLL. SC. SOC. PARIS 



THEOLOGY 

Christian Apologetics 

NANTEL, ABBE A., D.-ES-L. Prof . 

Dogmatic Theol., Hist., Preach- 
ing, &>c. [Prof. 

GARROUTEIGT, J. J. H., P.S.S., D.TH. 

Dogmatic Theology 

GOUIN, E. M., P.S.S. Prof. 

PASQUIER, A., P.S.S. Prof. 

Ecclesiastical History 

NEVEU, R., P.S.S., D.TH. Prof. 

RACICOT, S.G.MGR. Z., BISHOP OF 

pogla *Prof. 

DESJARDINS, ABBE J. L., D.TH., 

b.-es-a. *Prof. 

Hebrew 

MANY, N. V., P.S.S., D.TH. Prof. 

Hebrew and Holy Scripture 

GATTET, B. M., P.S.S. Prof. 

Holy Scripture and French 

JASMIN, H. L., D.TH., D.PH., L.-EN- 
ECR.STE. Prof. 

Holy Script., Liturgy, and French 
FRAN901S, l. j., p.s.s., d.th. Prof. 

Liturgy and History 
duchein, f., p.s.s., d.th. Prof. 



* In the Faculty of Arts. 



LAV 


AL 205 


Moral Theol., Can. Law and 


Moral Theol. and Can. Law 


Hebrew 


BERGER, G., P.S.S. Prof. 


DORVAUX, J. E., P.S.S., D.TH., 


Pastoral Theology [Prof. 


D.DR. CAN. Prof. 


LELANDAIS, F. L., P.S.S. , D.TH. 


Moral Theol., Can. Law, and 


Public Law of the Church [*Prof . 


Preaching 


PERRIER, P., D.TH., D.DR. CAN. 


LABROSSE, J. M. E., P.S.S., D.TH. 




Prof. 


VETERINARY Sc, v. p. 209. 



At the Ecole Poly technique de Montreal the following subjects are 
in the charge of Profs, of the Univ. : Archit. and Construction, Aslron. 
and Geod., Chem. (Genl., Analyt., and Industr.), Cosmography, Drawing 
and Modelling, Electricity, Electro-technics and Mechanics, Geol., 
Descriptive Geom., Heating and Ventilation, Hydraulics, Hygiene, 
Materials {Resistance of), Maths., Mineralogy, Mines and Metall., 
Railway Management, Thermodynamics and Steam-engines, Topog. 
and Surveying. 

At the Ecole de Chirurgie Dentaire instruction is given in A ncBsthetics, 
Anat. (Genl.), Auscultation, Bad. and Hyg., Histol., Mat. Med. and 
Therap., Oper. Dent., Bridge Work, Porcelain and Technique, Ortho- 
dontia, Phys. and Chem., Prosthetics, Metall., Anat. and Physiol. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Archambault, Mgr. A., deceased. 

Archambault, Hon. H., apptd. Prof, of Comml., &c, Legislation. 
Decarie, J. P., apptd. Prof, of Syphiligraphyand Dermatology. 
Derome, G. W., apptd. Prof, of Leg. Med. vice Villeneuve, who 

retains the Chair of Mental Diseases. 
Dube, J. E., apptd. Prof, of Phthisiotherapy. 
Gautheron, R., apptd. Prof, of French Lit. vice du Roure. 
Hamel, Mgr. T. E., Prof, of Phys. at Quebec, deceased. 
Hervieux, H., M.D., Prof, of Path. Int., deceased. 
Lachapelle, S., M.D., Prof, of Pediatrics, deceased. 
Leblanc, L. J. B., Hon. Prof., deceased. 
Lesage, A., M.D., apptd. vice Hervieux. 
Perrault, A., apptd. Prof, of Comml. and Marit. Law. 
Villeneuve, G., Prof, of Leg. Med. and Ment. Dis. (see Derome). 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

A general supervision of teaching and discipline is exercised by the 
Archbishops of Quebec and of Montreal, the former as Visitor and 
Chancellor Apostolic and President of the Conseil Superieur of Arch- 
bishops and Bishops of the Province of Quebec, and the latter as 
Vice-Chancellor . At Quebec the Profs, of the Faculty of Theology 
are nominated by the Visitor, those of other Faculties by the Conseil 
de l'Universite, composed of the Directors of the Seminary of Quebec 
* In the Faculty of Arts. 



206 LAVAL 

and 3 Senior Profs, (titulaires ordinaires) of each Faculty. At 
Montreal the Faculty of Theology is constituted by the Grand Seminary 
of St. Sulpice, the Profs, being nominated by the Superior of the 
Seminary subject to the approval of the Vice-Chancellor, who also 
controls the nomination of the other Profs, and is President of the 
Corporation of Administrators. This body includes the Suffragan 
Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Montreal, delegates of all 
the affiliated Colleges and petits-seminaires of the same province, 
and delegates of the Faculties and of graduates. The Superior of the 
Seminary of Quebec is ex-officio Rector of the Univ. An ecclesiastical 
Vice-Rector, chosen by the Bishops of Montreal, represents for dis- 
cipline and general administration the Univ. Council. 

Faculties. Arts ; Theology ; Law ; Medicine. Annexed to the 
Faculty of Arts at Quebec are the Ecole d'Arpentage and Ecole 
Forestiere (Univ. Schools of Surveying and Forestry), and at Montreal 
is the Ecole Polytechnique (Faculty of Applied Science). The Ecole 
de Medecine Comparee et de Science Veterinaire at Montreal is associated 
with the Univ. though under the control of the Minister of Agric. of 
the Govt, of Quebec. Affiliated to the Univ. are the Schools of Dental 
Surgery and of Pharmacy, the Agric. Institute of Oka, the Ecole 
d'Enseignement Superieur pour les Jeunes Filles, and other institutions 
specified in the list at the end of this section. 

Terms, 191 3-14. The first is from the beginning of Sept. to 
Christmas ; the 2nd from Jan. 7 to Easter ; the 3rd from April 20 
to the end of June. In the Faculty of Law the 2nd term begins 
Jan. 7 and lasts until about the end of May, and there is no 3rd 
term. 

Degrees and Diplomas. The Univ. perpetuates the stages by 
which a degree was, and still is, reached in the Univ. of Paris. The 
Baccalaureat is not a degree, but the recognition of the attainment by 
the student of a standard of general education which fits him to 
commence his professional studies. It is obtained before the student 
leaves the particular Institute, Seminary, or College affiliated with the 
Univ. at which he has received his schooling. At the end of a period 
of instruction varying in the several Faculties from 2 to 5 years the 
student is eligible for the "Licence" and his degree (the Doctorate), 
which are granted as the result of an examn. partly written and 
partly oral. In Theology and Law he may obtain the Doctorate a 
year after being "licensed " if he supports successfully in public a 
thesis and certain propositions as in other French Univs. Degrees, &c, 
conferred by the Univ. include : 

Arts — B.-es-A., M.-es- A. (Honorary) ; Lettres — B., L., andD.-es-L. ; 
Sciences — B., L., and D.-ds-Sc. ; Philosophic — L. and D.-en-Ph. ; 
Sciences Morales et Politiques — D.-es-Sc.Mor. et Pol. ; Theologie — 
B., L., andD.-en-Th. ; Droit — B., L., andD.-en-Dr. ; Droit Canonique 
— B.,L., andD.-en-Dr.Can.; Medecine — B.,L.,andD.-en-M.;Med.Vet. — 
B. and D.-en-M.V. ; Chirurgie Dent.— B. and D.-en-Ch.D. (or D.D.S.); 



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Hygiene— DiplomedcMed. Hyg. ; Pharmacie— B., L., and D.-en-Phm.; 
Arts Appliques — B.-es-A.A. ; Sciences Appliquees — B.-es-Sc.A. ; Agri- 
culture — B.-en-Agr., D.-en-Sc.Agr. ; Architecture — B.A.A. ; In- 
genieur Civil ; Ing. Civ. et Chim. ; Ing. des Chem. de Fer ; Ing. For. ; 
Ing. des Mines ; Arpenteur Stagiaire ; Dipl. d'Enseignement Menager ; 
Certificate d'etudes. 

Studies. Profs, examine students once a week. At the end of 
each term all students are examined orally before juries, each con- 
sisting of 3 Profs. Those who fail to satisfy the examiners have to 
repeat the term. Instruction is given in the French language except 
in the Faculty of Theology, in which it is given in Latin, and in the 
Ecole d'Enseignement Superieur pour les Jeunes Filles, which has one 
wholly English section. 

Arts. Courses provided by the affiliated institns. lead to the Univ. 
examns. in (1) Lettres, (2) Sciences, for the Inscription and Bacca- 
laureat. "Inscription" corresponds with Matricn. in English Uni vs. 
The course preparatory to the examn. in Lettres covers 4 years and is 
followed by a 2 years course in Sciences. There are not separate 
examns. for Inscription and Baccalaureat, but candidates who reach 
a certain standard in both Lettres and Sciences are granted the 
B.A. ; those who reach this standard in Lettres and a certain lower 
standard in Sciences the B.L. ; those who reach the higher standard 
in Sciences and the lower in Lettres the B.Sc; and those who reach 
only the lower in both (said to be equivalent to the Matricn. of English 
Univs.) are Inscrits. Two years after obtaining the B.A. a student 
may take (in his College) the examn. for the Licence in Philos. Courses 
for the Licences and Doctorat es-Lettres and es-Sciences and the M.A. 
are not organized, as there is no demand for them. The M.A. is 
granted without examn. to incumbents of certain posts in affiliated 
Colleges of 8 years standing. 

Courses are provided by the Faculty in Quebec in all the subjects 
of the second examn. for Inscription and B.A. They are attended by 
the pupils of the Petit- Seminaire and by Law, Medical, Pharmacy, 
Engineering, and other students. Evening courses, open to the 
public, are also provided at Quebec. 

At Montreal the Profs, of the Faculty provide 3 courses, namely, 
in French Literature ; in Public Law of the Church ; and in ^Esthetics 
and the History of Art. Other Profs, are in charge of regular courses 
in the affiliated Colleges or are called occasionally to give public lectures 
in the Univ. The Faculty also controls the classical education in 
the Ecole d'Enseignement Superieur des Jeunes Filles and has organized 
in certain Brotherhoods a Univ. course modelled on modern French 
secondary education. 

Theology. The course for the B.-en-Th. covers 2 years, for the 
Licence 3 years, and for the Doctorat 4 years. The first 2 years may 
be spent at the Univ. or in an affiliated Grand Seminary. The tests 
are conducted in Latin. Provision is made for the admission of 



208 LAVAL 

students of institutions other than pupils of an affiliated Grand Seminary 
subject to passing supplementary examns., but those who only enter 
in the 3rd year cannot take the Licence until the 1st term of the 4th. 
Some after taking the Licence stay for the Doctorat, but more go for 
further study to Rome, where the priests of the Seminary of St. Sulpice 
have opened a College for Canadian students. The tests for the 
Doctorat include a public oral examn. lasting at least an hour and a half. 

Law. The courses for the B.-en-Dr. and L.-en-Dr. (or maitrise) 
cover 3 years. There is one examn. for both, students passing by a 
higher standard being awarded the Licence and those passing by a 
lower the B.-en-Dr. The Doctorat may be taken 3 years later, or 
if a certain standard of proficiency in the Licence examns. was reached, 
1 year later. 

Medicine. The complete course formerly lasted only 4 years, 
but since Jan. 1909 has, in accordance with the regns. of the Quebec 
Provincial Coll. of Phys. and Surgns., been framed so as to cover 
5 years. The Baccalaureat, however, may be taken on the com- 
pletion of 2 years. The Doctorat gives admission to the examn. for 
the Diploma of M.R.C.S. Lond. Inscription in Arts is recognized as 
corresponding to the Prelim, examn. of the R.C.S. Lond. 

Hygiene. The examns. for the Dipl. of Hygieniste expert may 
be taken by a D.-en-M. after a 6 mos. course including practical work. 

Particulars concerning other courses will be found under the 
headings of the several professional schools. 

Residential Facilities. The Univ. has no hostels. Students 
not residing with relations occupy lodgings subject to approval by the 
Rector. 

Libraries. At Quebec about 125,000 vols. (Librarians — P. B. 
Garneau and E. Nadeau, Profs, in the Faculty of Theology). At 
Montreal about 120,000 vols., besides departmental libraries. 

Museums, &c. At Quebec — Physical Lab. (1000 instruments) ; 
Chemical Labs. (Lavoisier General and Sterry Hunt Special Research 
and Analytical) ; Mineralogy (6000 specimens) ; Geol. (3000 specimens, 
including 400 named fossils of Niagara formation) ; Bot. (Herbarium 
10,000) ; Zool. (Ornith. 700 species, insects 14,000 named, conch. 
3000. Curator — C. E. Dionne, M.-es-A.) ; Ethnol. (American, Indian, 
Chinese, and Jap. collections) ; Religious ; Paintings ; Numismatics 
(7000 specimens. Curator — A. Aubert, B.-es-A.). At Montreal — 
Laboratories, Medical, Electro-therapy, Bact., Histol., Chem., &c. 
Also the Polyt., the Ecole de Med. Comp. et Sc. Vet., and the Ecole 
de Ch. Dent, have Pathol. Museums and Bact. and Chem. Labs. Each 
Faculty and School has the necessary teaching collections and Labs. 

Publications. Annuaire (Calendar), pubd. in July at Quebec 
and Montreal separately ; Le Bulletin of the Polyt., $3 p. a. ; Le 



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Journal de Medecine et da Chirurgic, §1 p. a. ; L* Union Medi- 
cale, $2.50 p. a. ; La Revue Canadienne, a monthly directed by a 
group of Profs, of the Univ., $3 p. a. ; Account of Congress ofUnivs., 
1912. 



INSTITUTIONS ANNEXED TO, ASSOCIATED 
WITH, AND AFFILIATED TO THE UNIVERSITY 

Ecole d'Arpentage, Quebec. Founded by Govt, and annexed 
to the Faculty of Arts. The courses are — (1) a 2 years course pre- 
paratory for admission to the study of Surveying, Archit., and Forestry, 
to the Montreal Ecole Polyt. and the Engin. Schools of McGill Univ. 
and the Milit. Coll. of Kingston, and to the examns. of the Soc. of 
Civil Engineers of Canada; minimum age for admission, 17; (2) a 
3 years course leading to the Bachelorship in Surveying. Director of 
Studies — J. N. Gastonguay, Univ. Prof, of Surveying and Topog. in the 
Faculty of Arts. The staff includes the Univ. Profs, of Astron. and 
Nat. Hist. 

Ecole Forestiere, Quebec. Founded by Govt, and annexed to 
the Faculty of Arts. Located in the Univ. Building. The course 
extends over 3 years and leads to the Univ. Diploma of Forest Engineer. 
Min. age for admission, 18. Director of Studies — G. C. Piche, Univ. 
Prof, of Forestry in the Faculty of Arts. The staff includes the Univ. 
Profs, of Forestry and Nat. Hist. 

Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal. Annexed to the Faculty of 
Arts. Subsidized by the Provincial Govt, of Quebec and by the 
principal railways of the Dominion. It has two divisions — Engin. and 
Archit., and provides courses extending over 4 years and leading to 
the B.-es-Sc.Ap. The Engin. division provides training for Civ., 
Chem. and Industrial, Elec, Hydraulic, Mech., Metall., and Mining 
Engineers. The other prepares for the Dip. of Architect. Principal — 
E. Marceau, Univ. Prof, of Industrial Econ. in the Faculty of Arts. 
Director of Studies, Secy., and Prof, of Maths — A. Fyen. 

Ecole de Medecine Comparee et de Science Veterinaire, 
Montreal. Associated with the Univ. Under the control of and 
subject to inspection by the Minister of Agric. of the Govt, of Quebec. 
Provides a 3 years course leading to the D.-en-M.V. The B.-en-M.V. 
may be taken at the end of the 2nd year. President — E. Persillier- 
La Chapelle, D.-en-M., Chev. Leg. d'Hon., Dean and Prof, of Hygiene, 
&c, of the Faculty of Med. in the Univ., Prof, of Vet. Legal Med. 
Director and Secy. — F. T. Daubigny, Prof, of Anat. and of Oper. Surg., 
Charge du Cours of Clin. Med. and Special Pathol. Jt. Secy. — E. P. 
Benoit, D.-en-M., Prof, of Clin. Med. in the Faculty of Med., Prof. 
Agrege of Mat. Med. Administrator — A. Dauth, M.V., Prof, of Genl. 
Pathol., Charge du Cours of Contag. Dis., Histol., Meat Inspection, 
and Bact. 

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210 LAVAL 

Ecole de Chirurgie Dentaire, Montreal. Affiliated to the 
Univ. Provides courses extending over 4 years leading to the B.C.D. 
(after 2 years) and to the Doctorate. President and Director — 
E. Dubeau, D. et L.-en-Ch.D., Prof, of Dent. Pathol, and Buccal Surg. 
Vice-President and Registrar — J. Nolin, D. et L.-en-Ch.D., Prof, of Oper. 
Dentistry, Bridge and Porcelain Work, Chief Demr. at the Clin. 
Secy, and Treasr. — J. G. A. Gendreau, D. et L.-en-Ch.D., Prof, of 
Dent. Prosth., Metall., Anat. and Physiol. 

Ecole de Pharmacie Laval, Montreal. Affiliated to the Univ. 
Qualifies for the examns. of the Pharmaceutical Assocn. Provides 
courses extending over 4 years leading to the B.-en-Ph. andD.-en-Ph. 
President — J. Contant, Pharmacien, Prof, of Deontology and Pharm. 
Jurispr. Vice-President — J. E. W. Lecours, Pharmacien, Prof, of 
Mat. Med. and Pharmacy. Secy-Director — A. J. Laurence, Phar- 
macien, Prof, in the Faculty of Medicine of Pract. Pharmacy, Prof, of 
Biol, and Bact. Chem., and Charge du Cours of Pract. Pharmacy. 
Treasr. — E. Vadboncceur, Pharmacien, Prof, of Magisterial Pharmacy. 

Institut Agricole d'Oka. Affiliated to the Univ. About 30 
miles from Montreal. Provides a 4 years course leading to the 
B.-en-Agr. and to the D.-en-Sc.Agr. Also offers short courses for 
farmers and grants Certifs. to those who follow them successfully 
and to students of the regular courses who reach a certain standard 
of proficiency without qualifying for the B.-en-Agr. The estate covers 
about 1800 acres. Director-General — P£re Edouard, B.-es-A., Prof, 
of Geol. and of Agric. Geog. Director of Scientific Studies — I. J. A. 
Marsan, Prof, of Agric, of Sylvia, &c. 

Ecole d'Enseignement Superieur pour les Jeunes Filles, 
Montreal. Affiliated to the Univ. Sections — Lettres ; Sciences 
(leading to the Dipl. of B.-ds-L., -es-Sc, or -es-Arts) ; Arts d'Agrement ; 
Commerce ; CEuvres Sociales ; Enseignement Menager. The regular 
course in the 1st section covers 3 years ; that of the other sections 
varies according to the previous education of the student. President — 
G. Dauth, Chanoine, Vice-Recteur of the Univ. Directrice — Sceur 
Sainte Anne-Marie, L.Ph. 

Other Affiliated Institutions. Ecole Agricole de St. Anne de 
la Pocatiere ; Freres de la Congregation de Ste. Croix (Modern 
Secondary Education). 

Grands Seminaires. (Pupils obtain the B.-en-Th. by passing a 
certain number of quarterly examns. in the Seminary.) Chicoutimi ; 
Montreal (St. Sulpice, constituting the Montreal Faculty of Theology) ; 
Nicolet ; Quebec (comprising all students under its jurisdiction or 
following its courses) ; Rimouski ; Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere (Coll. 
de Ste. Anne) ; Trois Rivieres ; Valleyfield. 

Colleges. (Preparing pupils for the examns. for Inscription and 
Baccalaur6at) . Chicoutimi ; Joliette ; L'Assomption ; Levis ; 
Montreal ; Nicolet ; Nominingue ; Quebec, Petit Seminaire ; Quebec, 



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Academie de S. Louis du Bon Pasteur ; Rigaud (Coll. Bourget) ; 
Rimouski (Petit Seminaire de St. Germain) ; Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere j 
St. Hyacinthe ; St. Jean d' Iberville ; St. Laurent ; Ste. Therese de 
Blainville ; Sherbrooke ; Trois Rivieres ; Valley field. 

Collige agrege (outside the Province). Charlottetown, College de 
St. Dunstan. 



THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received. Endowment of a Chair of Phthisio- 
therapy. 

Fresh Sources of Revenue. Special octroi duties of the Dominion 
and Provl. Govts. 

Special Events. Visit of the Govr.-Genl. of Canada. First 
Congress of the French Language in Canada held under the patronage 
of the Univ. at Quebec at the beginning of the year. 

New Departments and Posts. Chairs of (1) Financial, Comml., 
and Industrial Legislation ; (2) Phthisiotherapy ; (3) Syphiligraphy 
and Dermatology ; (4) the Curing of Food (Inst. d'Agric. d'Oka) ; an 
Instructor in Underground Drainage (Inst. d'Agric). The laboratories 
of the Faculty of Medicine have all been reorganized. 

Number of Students, 1912-13. Quebec : 456 (including 78 
students of the Seminary following Arts courses and 72 of the Sur- 
veying and Forest Schools). Montreal: 1698 [including 74 students 
of the Maristes, Instruction Chretienne and Sainte Croix Brotherhoods 
(Enseignement Secondaire Moderne), 496 of the Ecole d'Enseignement 
Superieur pour les Jeunes Filles, and 520 of the Polyt., Med. Comp., 
Chir. Dent., and Pharm. Schools and the Inst. d'Agric], Women 
students, 496 ; continuing study in Europe 15, in U.S.A. 2. 

Degrees Conferred in 191 3. B.-es-A., 19 ; M.-es-A., 2 ; 
B.-es-L., 2 ; B-es-Sc, 3 ; L.-en-Ph., 7 ; D.-es-Sc.Mor. et Pol., 1 (ad 
eundem) ; B.-en-Th., 2 ; L.-en-Th., 2 ; B.-en-Dr., 27 ; L.-en-Dr., 13 ; 
L.-en-Dr.Can., 4; B.-en-M., 9; D.-en-M., 20; B.-en-M.V., 11 ; 
D.-en-M.V., 15 ; B.-en-Ch.D., 16 ; D.-en-Ch.D., 21 ; B.-en-Phm., 3 ; 
B-es-A.A., 2 ; B.-es-Sc.A., 6 ; B.-en-Agr., 4 ; Arp. Stag., 1 ; Archit., 2 ; 
Ing. For., 9 ; Ing. Civ., 15. 

Additions to Buildings. A large building for the Schools of 
Comp. Med. and Dent. Surg. ; a fireproof Library — both at Montreal. 

New Affiliations. Frdres de la Cong, de Ste. Croix (Modern 
Secondary Educn.); Academie de St. Louis du Bon Pasteur, Quebec; 
College de Nominingue. 



UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS 

[Established by Royal Charter dated April 25, 1904. The Leeds 
School of Medicine, founded 1831, and Yorkshire Coll., established as 
a Coll. of Science in 1874, were united in 1884 ; from 1887 to 1903 the 
Coll. formed part of Victoria Univ. ; from Oct. 1903 to April 1904 it 
was associated with Owens Coll. in the Victoria Univ. of Manchester.! 



Visitor 
Chancellor 

Pro-Chancellor 
Vice-Chancellor 

Treasurer 

Clerk to the Senate 
Secretary 



His Majesty the King. 
His Grace the Duke of 

Devonshire, G.C.V.O., LL.D. 
A. G. Lupton, LL.D. 
M. E. Sadler, LL.D., Litt.D. 

C.B. 
Rt. Hon. Lord Allerton, LL.D. 

F.R.S. 
Fred. T. Baines, B.A. 
Archibald E. Wheeler. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC 



ACCOUNTANCY, v. Economics 
AGRICULTURE (v. also Vet. Sc.) 

SETON, R. S., B.SC EDIN. Prof. 

haydon, r. w. Lectr. 

ARCHIBALD, C F. Lectr. 

POTTS, J., B.SC DURH. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

RUSTON, A. G., B.A., B.SC LOND. 

Science Tutor. 

CRAWFORD, W. R. 

Live Stock Officer. 
jackson, f. k., n.d.a. Director of 
Flax Experiments. 
Agric. Botany and Forestry 

MILLARD, W. A., B.SC. BRIS. Lectr. 

lee, e., a.r.c.sc. Asst. Lectr. 

Agric. Chemistry 

CROWTHER, C, M.A. OX., PH.D. LEIP. 

Prof. 

GODDEN, W., B.SC, A.R.C.S., F.I.C 

Asst. Lectr. 



comber, n. m., b.sc. Asst. Lectr. 

STEUART, D. W., B.SC. EDIN. 

Research Asst. 
Biochemistry 

DUDLEY, H. W., M.SC, PH.D. Lectr. 

Agric. Zoology 

TAYLOR, T. H., M.A., R.U.I. Lectr. 

Poultry Keeping 
parton, f. w. Lectr. and Demr. 
8 Instrs. and Asst. Instrs. in 
Practical Horticulture, Farriery, 
Dairying. 

ANATOMY [Prof. 

JAMIESON, J. KAY, M.B., CM. EDIN. 
BRASH, J. C, M.A., B.SC, M.B. 

edin. Demr. 

TEALE, M. A., M.A. OX., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Hon. Demr. 

MORTON, W. C, M.A. , M.D. EDIN. ,, 
DAW, S. W., M.B., B.S. LOND., 
F.R.CS. *„ 



* Takes part in Clinical teaching. 



212 



BOTANY 

PRIESTLEY, 

F.L.S. 
WALKER, N. 
STILES, W., 
KNIGHT, R. 



J. H., B.SC. LOND., 

Prof. 
Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

M.A. CAMB. ,, 

C, B.SC. BRIS. * 

Research Asst. 

B.SC. 



SMITH, MISS J. E 
JORGENSEN, J. 

CHEMISTRY (v. also Agric, 
Physiol., and Tech.) 

SMITHELLS, A., B.SC. LOND. AND 

MANC, F.R.S. Prof. 

LOWSON, W., B.SC. LOND. AND 
LEEDS, F.I.C. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

PERKINS, W. H., M.SC. MANC. „ 

calam, h., M.sc, f.i.c. Demr. 

PATTERSON, H. S., B.SC. LOND. ,, 

Organic Chemistry 

COHEN, J. B., B.SC. MANC, PH.D. 

mun., f.r.s. Prof. 

Marshall, j., b.sc. Demr. 

Physical Chemistry 

DAWSON, H. M., B.SC LOND., D.SC 
LEEDS, PH.D. GIES. Lectr. 



CLASSICS 

ROBERTS, W. R., M.A., LITT.D. 

CAMB., LL.D. ST. AND. Prof. 

CONNAL, B. M., M.A. OX. Prof. 

dodd, p. w., b.a. ox. Asst. Lectr. 
C. and Anc. Hist. 

WOODWARD, A. M., M.A. OX. 

Asst. Lectr. 
DENTISTRY 

Dent. Anat. and Physiol. 

FORTY, A. ALAN, L.D.S. Lectr. 

Dent. Mechanics 

RIPPON, C, L.D.S. 

Dent. Metallurgy 

LOWSON, w., B.SC 
LEEDS, F.I.C 

Dent. Surgery 

PLUMLEY, A. G. G., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Operative Dent. Surgery 

HEY, S. D., L.D.S. 



Lectr. 

LOND. AND 

Lectr. 

M.B. LOND., 

l.d.s. Lectr. 



Lectr. 
[Asst. Lectr. 



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ECONOMICS 

MACGREGOR,D.H., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 
GREENWOOD, A., B.SC. Lectr. 

A ccountancy 

SHAW, W. H., F.C.A. 

Geography 

JONES, L. R., B.SC LOND. 

Social Organization 
clay, H., b.a. ox. Univ. Lectr. 

DOWER, R. S., M.A. CAMB. 

Univ. Lectr. 
EDUCATION 

WELTON, J., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

WELPTON, W. P., B.SC. LOND. 

Lectr. and Master of Method. 

MONAHAN, A. J., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 
ROBERTSON, MISS H., B.A. LOND. 

Tutor of Women Students 
and Mistress of Method. 

TURNER, F. W., B.SC. 

Asst. Master of Method. 

BLACKBURN, MISS E. M., M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. and Asst. Mistress 

of Method. 

Music, Reading, &c. [Teacher. 

HOGGETT, T. J., MUS.B. DURH. 

Needlework 
oates, mrs. f. e. Teacher. 



ENGINEERING, Civ. 6- Mech. 

GOODMAN, J., M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E. 

Prof. 

DUNCAN, R. H., A.R.C.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

MYERS, H. S., M.I.M.E. 
ROWELL, H. S., A.R.C.SC, B.SC, 
A. M.I.M.E. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

STELFOX, S. H., B.SC, A.M.I. CE. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Civil Engineering [Lectr. 

GILCHRIST, J., B.SCEDIN.,A.M.I.CE. 

Electrical Engineering 

PARR, G. D. A., M.SC, M.I.E.E., 

a. m.i.m.e. Lectr. 

FRENCH, W. E., A.M.I.CE. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 



Lectr. GEOGRAPHY, v. Economics 



2f4 LEEDS 

GEOLOGY 

KENDALL, P. F., M.SC, F.G.S. Prof. 
GILLIGAN, A., B.SC. WALES, F.G.S. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

ODLING, M., M.A., B.SC. OX., F.G.S. 

Demr. 
HISTORY 

GRANT, A. J., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

COOKE, MISS A. M., M.A. MANC. 

Lectr. 

History of Political Theory 

FIGGIS, J. N., M.A., LITT.D. CAMB. 

Hon. Lectr. 
HISTOLOGY, v. Physiology 

HYGIENE, v. Med.— Pub. Health 

LANGUAGES and Literature (v. 
also Classics) 
English Lang, and Lit. 

GORDON, G. S., M.A. OX. Prof. 

English Language 

MOORMAN, F. W., B.A. LOND., PH.D. 

strass. Prof. 

French Lang, and Romance 
Philol., and French Lit. 

BARBIER, P., fits, M.A. LOND. Prof. 
GUNNELL, MISS D., M.A., DOCT. 

de l'u. paris Asst. Lectr. 
German Lang, and Lit. [Prof. 

SCHUDDEKOPF, A. W., PH.D. GOTT. 
GOUGH, C. E., PH.D. BASLE 

Asst. Lectr. 
LAW 

PHILLIPS, W. R., LL.M. CAMB. Prof. 
CHAPMAN, A. E., M.A., LL.D. CAMB. 

Lectr. 

OWEN, W. H., LL.B. LOND. 

Lectr. at Hull. 
MATHEMATICS 

ROGERS, L. J., M.A.,MUS.B.OX. Prof. 
WATSON, F. B., B.A. CAMB., M.A., 

m.sc. durh. Asst. Lectr. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Bacteriology, v. Pathology 
Forensic Medicine [Prof. 

EURICH, F. W., M.D., CM. EDIN. 



STEDMAN, T. B., M.D.LOND., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Hon. Demr. in Tox. 
Gynecology (v. also Obstetrics) 

CROFT, E. O., M.D. DURH., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Lectr. 

Infectious Diseases [Clin. Lectr. 

PEARSON, A. E., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Materia Medica, v. Therap. 
Medicine 

GRIFFITH, T. W., M.D. ABERD., 

f.r.c.p. *Prof. 

WATSON, G. W., M.D. LOND., 

m.r.c.p. * Hon. Demr. 

Medicine, Clinical [Prof. 

BARRS, A. G., M.D. EDIN., F.R.C.P. 
BURROW, J. LE F. C, M.B. EDIN. 

Med. Tutor. 

CHURTON, T., M.D. ABERD. * Lectr. 
TELLING, W. H. M., M.D. LOND. * ,, 

Mental Diseases 

BOLTON, J. S., M.D., D.SC. LOND., 

f.r.c.p. Prof. 

Obstetrics [*Prof. 

HELLIER, J. B., M.D. LOND., M.R.C.S. 

Obstetrics, Clinical 

GOUGH, W., B.SC, M.B., B.S. LOND., 

f.r.c.s. Hon. Demr. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

OLDFIELD, C, M.D. LOND., M.R.C.P., 

f.r.c.s. Hon. Demr. 

Ophthalmology [* Lectr. 

WHITEHEAD, A. L., M.B., B.S. LOND. 
WALKER, H. S., M.SC, F.R.C.S. 

Clin. Lectr. 
Otology [* Lectr. 

HAYES, G. C, F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
BAIN, E. W., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Clin. Lectr. 

Pathology and Bacteriology 

GRUNBAUM, A. S., M.A., M.D., SC.D. 
CAMB., F.R.C.P., D.P.H. * Prof . 

Bad. and Public Health [Demr. 

COPLANS, M., M.D. LOND., D.P.H. 

Pathology 

ADAMSON, W. W., M.B., CH.B. GLAS., 

d.p.h. Demr. 



* Takes part in Clinical teaching. 



LEEDS 



* Prof. 

B.S. LOND., 



Pathology, Clinical 

STEWART, M. J., M.B., CH.B. GLAS., 

m.r.c.p. Hon. Demr. 

Pathology, Medical 

VEALE, R. A., B.A. OX., M.D., B.S. 

lond., m.r.c.p. * Hon. Demr. 
Pathology, Surgical 

COLLINSON, H., M.B., M.S. LOND., 

f.r.c.s. * Hon. Demr. 

Pharmacy, v. Therapeutics 
Public Health (v. also Path.) 

CAMERON, J. S., B.SC, M.D., CM. 

edin. Prof. 

Surgery 

KNAGGS, R. L., M.A., M.D., M.C. 

CAMB., F.R.C.S. 
COUPLAND, J. A., M.B 

f.r.c.s. * Hon. Demr. 

Surgery, Clinical 

MOYNIHAN, SIR BERKELEY G. A., 
M.S. LOND., F.R.C.S. Prof. 

BRAITHWAITE, L. R., M.B., CH.B. 

MANC, F.R.C.S. „ 

RICHARDSON, A., M.B., B.S. LOND., 

f.r.c.s. Surg. Tutor. 

Surgery, Operative [*Lectr. 

DOBSON, J. F., M. S. LOND., F.R.C.S. 

Surgery, Practical 
Thompson, w., f.r.c.s. * Lectr. 
Therap., Pharmacy, and Mat. 
Med. 

CAMPBELL, H. J., M.D. LOND., 

f.r.c.p. Prof. 

Pharmacy and Mat. Med. 
gough, j. h. Demr. 

Pharmacology [* Hon. Demr. 

VINING, C. W., M.D., M.R.C.P., D.P.H. 

Vaccination 

BACON, A. T., L.R.C.P.E., M.R.C.S. 

Instr. 
MINING 

HUMMEL, E. L., B.SC. Prof. 

MORGANS, D. B., B.SC. WALES 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
PHILOLOGY, v. Langs, and Lit. 



PHILOSOPHY 

GILLESPIE, C. M., M.A. 



OX. 



215 



Prof. 



PHYSICS 

BRAGG, W. II. 

ALLEN, A. O., 

A.R.C.SC. 



[Cavendish Prof. 

M.A. CAMB., F.R.S. 
M.A., B.SC. LOND., 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 



SHORTER, S. A., B.SC. MANC, D.SC 

leeds Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
porter, h. l., b.sc. lond. Demr. 
nuttall, j. m. Demr. 

CAMPBELL, N. R., M.A., SCD. CAMB. 

Hon. Research Fellow. 
PHYSIOLOGY and Histology 



BIRCH, DE B., C.B., 
EDIN., F.R.S.E. 

LLOYD, W. G., M.SC, 
MANC. AND LIV. 

Chemical Physiol. 



M.D., CM. 

Prof. 

M.B., CH.B. 

Demr. 
[Lectr. 

RAPER, H. S., D.SC, M.B., CH.B. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE, v. Hist. 

PUBLIC HEALTH, v. Med. 

TECHNOLOGY (v. also Agric.) 
Coal Gas and Fuel Industries 
with Metallurgy 

COBB, J. W., B.SC LEEDS AND 

lond. Livesey Prof. 

HODSMAN, H. J., M.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

HARRISON, W., M.SC. 

Research Chemist. 
Applied Chem.(LeatherIndustries) 

STIASNY, E., PH.D. Prof. 

BRUMWELL, H. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

ATKIN, W. R., M.SC „ 

Thompson, f. c, m.sc. Demr. 

Wilkinson, e. e. Special Asst. 
Textile Industries 

VACANT Prof. 

hollis, t. Lectr. in Yarn Manuf. 
yewdall, a. Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 
law, w. Textile Designer and 

Asst. Lectr. 
Wilkinson, h. Demr. 

farley, w. a. Art Teacher. 



* Takes part in Clinical teaching. 



Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 



216 LEEDS 

Tinctorial Chem. and Dyeing ZOOLOGY 

GREEN, A. G., M.SC, F.I.C. Prof. GARSTANG> W ., M.A., D.SC. OX. Prof. 

PERKIN, A. G., F.R.S., F.I.C. 

Lectr. and Research Chemist. KING > w - °- R -> B _ A - CAMB - 

FRANK, G. H., M.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. lebour, miss m. v., m.sc. durh. 
woodhead, a. e., m.sc. Demr. Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

VETERINARY SCIENCE briggs, miss m. h., b.sc. 

bowes, h. g., f.r.c.v.s. Lectr. Research Asst. 

CHANGES in staff 

Atkin, W. R., apptd. Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Leather Indust. 
Barrett, Miss F. M., apptd. Museum Curator in Dept. of Tinct. 

Chem. 
Beaumont, R., M.Sc, M.I.M.E., Prof, of Text. Indust., resigned. 
Blackburn, Miss E. M., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Educn. 
Bowen, D., F.G.S., M.I.M.E., Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Mining, 

resigned. 
Briggs, Miss M. H., B.Sc, apptd. Research Asst. in Zool. 
Clark, R. V., M.A., B.Sc, M.B., D.P.H., Hon. Demr. in Pub. 

Health, resigned. 
Collinson, H., apptd. vice Telling. 

Crawford, W. R., apptd. Live Stock Officer for Yorks. 
Crowther, C, apptd. Prof, of Agric. Chem. and Head of Research 

Institn. in Animal Nutrition. 
Daw, S. W., M.B., F.R.C.S., Surg. Tutor, resigned. 
Dudley, H. W., of the Herter Lab., N.Y., apptd. Lectr. in Biochem. 
du Gillon, P. H. M., Prof, of French Lit., deceased. 
Edmonds, W. S., F.R.C.Sc.L, Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Phys., 

resigned. 
Gordon, G. S., apptd. vice Vaughan. 
Gray, H. H., B.Sc, Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Coal Gas, &c, 

resigned. 
Greenwood, A., apptd. Lectr. in Economics. 
Harrison, W., M.Sc, apptd. Research Chemist in Coal Gas, &c 
Hector, J. M., B.Sc, Lectr. in Agric. Bot. and Forestry, resigned. 
Hey, Miss M., B.Sc, Research Asst. in Zool., resigned. 
Hodsman, H. J., apptd. vice Gray. 
Hummel, E. L., apptd. Prof, of Mining. 
Jackson, F. K., N.D.A., apptd. Director of Flax Exper. Station, 

Selby. 
Jorgensen, I., apptd. Research Asst. in Botany. 
Kean, F. J., B.Sc, Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Civ. and Mech. 

Engin., resigned. 
King, W. O. R., apptd. Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Zool. 
Knight, R. C, apptd. vice Welsford. 
Lee, E., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Agric. Botany. 
Littlewood, H. ( Clin. Lectr. in Surg., resigned. 
Lockwood, J. P., B.A., Lectr. in Law at Hull, resigned. 



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Marshall, H., apptd. Special Asst. in Agric. 

Millard, W. A., apptd. vice Hector. 

Morgans, D. B., apptd. Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Mining. 

Procter, H. R., M.Sc, F.I.C., Prof, of Applied Chem. (Chem. of 

Leather Manuf.), resigned. 
Raper, H. S., of Toronto Univ., apptd. Lectr. in Chem. Physiol. 
Richardson, A., apptd. Surgical Tutor. 
Rowell, H. S. ( apptd. vice Kean. 
Smith, Miss J. E., apptd. Research Asst. in Botany. 
Smithells, A., Prof, of Chem., apptd. Lectr. (temporary) for the 

Panjab Univ., retaining his chair in Leeds. 
Stelfox, S. H., apptd. vice Thomson. 
Stiasny, E., apptd. vice Procter. 

Telling, W. H. M., Clin. Sub-Dean of Faculty of Med., resigned. 
Thompson, F. C, apptd. Research Asst. in Leather Industries. 
Thomson, J. M., Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Civ. and Mech. Engin., 

resigned. 
Vaughan, C. E., M.A., Prof, of Engl. Lang, and Lit., resigned. 
Vining, C. W., apptd. Clin. Lectr. in Med. and Hon. Demr. in 

Pharmacol. 
Welsford, Miss E. J., F.L.S., Research Asst. in Bot., resigned. 
Whitehead, A. L., apptd. Lectr. in Ophth. 
Wilkinson, C. D., Demr. in Leather Indust., resigned. 
Woodward, A. M., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Classics and Anc. Hist. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties, (i) Arts (including Economics and Commerce, Educa- 
tion and Law) ; (2) Medicine (including Pub. Health) ; (3) Science ; 
(4) Technology (including Agriculture, Coal Gas and Fuel Industries 
with Metallurgy, Engineering, Leather Industries, Mining, Tinctorial 
Chemistry, and Dyeing and Textile Industries). There are Advisory 
Committees of Council for (among other matters) the several depts. of 
Technology, for Elem. and Secondary Training, for Law, for Economics 
and Commerce, for Univ. Extension and Tutorial Classes, and for 
Military Education. 

The Matriculation examn. must be passed by students before 
entering on the Degree Courses {see Appendix III). 

Terms 191 3-14. First term in Arts, Sc, and Tech., Sept. 29 to 
Dec. 19 ; in Med., Oct. 1 to Dec. 20. Second term in Med., Jan. 12 
to March 21 ; in Arts, Sc, and Tech., Jan. 13 to March 21. Third 
term in all Faculties, April 2 1 to July 4. 

Degrees, &c. Arts— B.A., M.A., Litt.D. ; Law— LL.B., LL.M., 
LL.D. ; Medicine and Surgery— M.B., Ch.B., M.D., Ch.M. ; Dental 
Surgery— B.Ch.D., M.Ch.D. ; Science — B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc ; Com- 
merce — B.Com. Diplomas are granted in Civil Engin., Coal-mining, 
Comm., Dent. Surg , Dyeing, Educn., Elec Fngin., Fuel and Metall., 



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Gas Engin., Leather Manuf., Mech. Engin., Pub. Health, Psych. Med., 
Social Organization and Pub. Service, French and German (teaching), 
Textile Industries. 

The minimum period of study for a degree is 3 yrs., all subsequent 
to passing the Matricn. examn. The Charter requires that in examns. 
for degrees at least one external and independent examiner shall be 
appointed for each subject or group forming part of the course for 
degrees. 

Arts. A condition of admission to the B.A. course is a knowledge 
of Latin equivalent to that required at the Matricn. examn. The 
Interm. examn. held at the end of the 1st yr. is in 5 subjects, including 
2 of the following : Greek, Latin, French, German, Hebrew, of which 
one must be Greek or Latin. Candidates for Honours, however, do not 
have to pass an Interm. examn. unless presenting themselves for the 
Honours School of Engl., Hist., or Philos. They devote at least 3 yrs. 
to courses in one of the Honours Schools, viz. : Class., Engl. Lang, and 
Lit., Mod. Langs, and Lits., Hist., Philos., Econ. and Pol. Sc. The 
M.A . degree may be conferred on a B.A. of not less than 1 yr.'s standing 
who has graduated with Honours, on presentation of a satisfactory 
dissertation. A B.A. who did not graduate with Honours is ordinarily 
required to pass an examn. and may pass a more extended examn. in 
lieu of presenting a dissertation. A person who, having passed the 
Final examn. for a degree of an approved Univ. and satisfied the 
Senate that he is qualified for advanced study or research, pursues such 
study or research satisfactorily for 2 yrs., may be admitted M.A. A 
M.A. may, in or after the 6th yr. from his admission as B.A., apply for 
the Litt.D. degree on the ground of distinction by special research or 
learning. 

The Education Diploma course may be taken in 1 or spread over 
2 yrs. It is open to women students only. Candidates must be grads. 
of a Univ. in the U.K. or have obtained other approved academic 
qualifications. The Diplomas for Teachers of French or German 
involve attendance for 1 yr. after proof of attainment of the standard 
of the Final examn. in French or German for the ordinary B.A. degree. 

The Economics and Commerce Dept. provides a 3 yrs. course for the 
B.Com. degree, a 2 yrs. course for the Diploma in Commerce, and a 
1 yr's. course for the Diploma in Social Organization and Public Service. 
The subjects for the B.Com. Final examn. are Econ., French, German, 
Accountancy ; but for French or German may be substituted Econ. 
Geog. and Comml. Law. The Comm. Diploma course is open to 
persons who have passed the Matricn. examn. with one Modern Foreign 
Lang, or an equivalent examn. The course includes as compulsory 
subjects Econ., French or German, Econ. Geog., Accountancy, Comml. 
Law. The S.O. and P.S. Diploma is open to grads. and persons who 
satisfy the Senate that they are fitted for the course. The Prof, of 
Econ. directs the course. It includes practical work in connexion 
with societies and authorities. 

Law. After passing an Interm. examn. at the end of the 1st yr. 
of study for the LL.B., a candidate selects 1 of 2 courses : (1) Rom. 



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Law, Jurispr., and Pub. or Private Internat. Law ; (2) Property, 
Equity, Common Law, Evidence and Procedure, Jurispr. A LL.B. 
of not less than 1 yr.'s standing maybe admitted LL.M. on passing an 
examn. in the subjects of the alternative course not selected by him 
for the LL.B. The conditions for the LL.D. are parallel to those for 
the Litt.D. The Law Dept. provides instruction preparatory for the 
Univ. degrees, and the examns. of the Council of Leg. Educn. for the 
Bar and of the Law Soc. for admission to practise as Solicitor. The 
classes are also useful to candidates for the Law degree of the Univ. of 
London, 

Medicine. The degrees of M.B. and Ch.B. are taken together. 
Of the requisite 5 yrs. of medical study at least 2 must be passed in 
the Univ., and of these at least 1 must be subsequent to passing the 
1st examn. In addition to meeting the requirements common to all 
schools recognized by the Genl. Med. Council, candidates are required 
to furnish certificates : (a) Of having attended approved courses in 
the Univ. or a recognized Med. School or Hospl. in Pharmacol, and 
Therap. during 1 term ; Path, and Bact., 3 terms ; For. Med., 1 term ; 
Pub. Health, 1 term ; Obst. and Gynrec, 2 terms ; Surg., 3 terms ; 
Pract. Surg., 2 terms ; Ophth., 1 term ; Med., 4 terms, (b) In respect 
of Hospl. work : in Med. and Surg, of having attended the practice 
of approved Hospls. during a£ yrs., and Clin, lectures, Med. 2 yrs., 
and Surg. 2 yrs. ; in Path, and Morbid. Anat. of having attended 
during at least 12 mos. demonstrations in the post-mortem room of a 
Hospl. ; of having received clin. instruction in Dis. of the Eye, Ear, 
Throat, and Skin ; of having acted as Surg. Dresser for 6 mos., as Clin. 
Clerk for 6 mos., and as Clerk for 3 mos. in the post-mortem room of a 
recognized Hospl. 

A M.B. and Ch.B. may be admitted M.D. or Ch.M. after 1 yr. has 
elapsed since he passed his final examn. For the M.D. he must pre- 
sent a satisfactory dissertation embodying the results of personal 
observations or original research and, unless exempted by the Board 
of the Faculty, pass an examn. For the Ch.M. he must have held 
for 6 mos. since taking his first medical degree a Surgical appointment 
in a public institn. affording full opportunity for the study of Practical 
Surgery, attended approved courses in Oper. Surg., Bact., and Ophth. 
and personally practised the principal surgical operations on the dead 
body, and must pass the examn. prescribed for this degree. 

Hospitals available for clinics : The General Infirmary (520 beds) 
and Pub. Dispensary, City Fever and Small-pox Hospls. (180 beds), 
the Women's and Children's (51 beds), and Maternity (33 beds). The 
W. Riding Lun. Asylum has over 2000 patients. 

The Public Health Diploma examn. is open to candidates who have 
held a registrable qualification in Med., Surg., and Midw., and present 
certifs. of having (1) attended approved courses in Pub. Health ; (2) after 
obtaining a registrable qualification, attended 6 mos. practical instruc- 
tion in approved labs, (at least 3 mos. in the Univ.) in Chem., Bact., 
and Path, of Dis. of Animals, and 3 mos. clin. and administrative 
practice of an approved Hospl. for Infec. Dis., and been diligently 



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engaged during 6 mos. (3 being distinct from the lab. instruction above 
mentioned) in acquiring, under proper supervision, a knowledge of the 
duties of Pub. Health administration. The last-mentioned 6 mos. 
may be reduced to 3 if an approved course of instruction in subjects 
bearing on Pub. Health administration is attended during 3 mos. 
after obtaining a registrable qualification. 

The Psychological Medicine Diploma examn. is open to grads. in 
Med. of 1 yr.'s standing, or persons who have acted as Asst. Med. Officers 
in large asylums for 2 yrs. on certain conditions. 

Dental Surgery. Candidates for the B.Ch.D. degree are required 
to have pursued after passing the Matricn. examn. approved courses 
for 5 yrs., of which at least 2 must have been passed in the Univ. 
subsequent to passing in Parts I and II (Phys., Chem., Biol.) of the 
1 st of the 3 prescribed examns. Candidates for the L.D.S. must have 
attended approved courses for 4 yrs., of which 2 must have been spent 
in the Univ. after passing the Prelim, examn. in Science. 

Science and Technology. An Interm. examn. in Phys. and 
two other subjects must be passed by all candidates for the B.Sc. 
degree. Candidates must also at some time during their course pass 
in an additional subject at the Interm. standard and a descriptive 
essay relative to their scientific or technical work. Candidates for 
the ordinary degree spend the 1st year in preparation for this examn., 
and in the 2nd and 3rd yrs. study two principal or one principal and 
two subsidiary subjects for a Final examn. If Colour Chemistry and 
Dyeing is taken, the Final examn. is ordinarily not taken until the end 
of the 4th year. 

A candidate for Honours has to pass an Interm. and Final examn. 
as for the ordinary degree, but may pass the Interm. examn. in 3 subjects 
without previous attendance at the Univ. He also has to pass in a 
4th subject at the Interm. stage. A candidate for Honours who has 
not passed the Interm. examn. prior to entrance at the Univ. need not 
present himself at the Interm. examn. (if taken after pursuing approved 
courses in the Univ.) in any subject which he will subsequently offer 
at a higher standard, and need not pass simultaneously in all the 
prescribed subjects. A candidate considered qualified for a course of 
Research may pursue such a course and present a thesis in place of 
part or the whole of the Honours examn. A candidate who has passed 
the 2nd M.B. examn. may be excused 1 or 2 yrs. of the Honours course. 
Candidates for Honours in Mining Engin. or Gas Engin. or Fuel and 
Metall. first take the ordinary degree, and then spend a year (not 
necessarily at the Univ.) in research or preparation for a thesis. 
Honours in Gas Engin. or Fuel and Metall. may be conferred on 
candidates who, having graduated in Science at this or an approved 
Univ. with Chem. or Engin. as a principal subject, subsequently com- 
plete the course and pass the examn. required for the Diploma and 
spend an additional year in satisfactory research in the Dept. 

The regns. for the M.Sc. and D.Sc. degrees are parallel to those for 
the M.A. and Litt.D., as described above. 

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underlying the Art of Engin., but apprenticeship or pupilage in works 
and offices is the only means whereby he can obtain a thorough know- 
ledge of practical details. One year's practical experience before 
taking up the Univ. course is desirable (v. the Univ.'s pamphlet on 
"The Training of Professional Engineers"). An entrance examn. 
must be passed by students who have not passed the Matricn. or 
equivalent examn. The instruction during the ist yr. of the complete 
course is the same for Civ., Mech., and Elec. Engin. Diplomas are 
awarded to those who satisfactorily complete the class work of the 
course and pass the final principal Engin. papers set for the ordinary 
degree of B.Sc. The normal courses of study in Civ. and Mech. Engin. 
extend over a period of 3 yrs., but there are 2 yrs. courses also in these 
subjects. Engin. students who have a sufficient knowledge of the 
whole of the istyr.'swork of the 3 yrs. course may be admitted to the 
2nd yr. 

Mining. Six distinct courses are provided : (1) for the B.Sc. 
degree ; (2) for the Diploma in Coal-mining, 3 yrs. ; (3) for miners 
and sub-officials, 4 yrs. ; (4) for teachers of Science as applied to 
Mining, 2 yrs. ; (5) for teachers of Gas Testing, &c. ; (6) for teachers 
of Engin. as applied to Mining, 2 yrs. Students entering for (1) and (2) 
must have passed the Matricn. or other approved examn. or a special 
entrance examn. ; (3) involves attendance during one afternoon 
(3 to 7 p.m.) each week during the sessions. 

Coal, Gas, and Fuel Industries with Metallurgy. The Metall. 
courses, besides dealing with general processes for concentration and 
extraction, are chiefly directed to problems of blast-furnace and open- 
hearth steel practice and the microstructure, physical properties, and 
heat treatment of steel and other alloys. The B.Sc. degree course in 
(i) Fuel and Metall. and (ii) Gas Engin. is the same for students of 
both branches during the ist yr. Honours are obtained by a year of 
research or advanced study after taking the ordinary degree. A Diploma 
in either branch may be obtained by a grad. in Science of this or some 
approved Univ. after a year of special study in the Univ. and after 
having passed an examn. thereon ; by an additional year of research 
in the Dept. he may qualify for the B.Sc. with Honours. A Diploma 
in either branch may also be obtained by attendance on special courses 
which are usually similar to courses taken by degree students. A 
4 yrs. Diploma course has also been arranged for students serving 
apprenticeship in Gas Engin. or Metall., which involves 3 days per 
week attendance or equivalent time for the ist yr., and at least 2,\ days 
per week or its equivalent in the 3 succeeding years* 

Two-years courses in both branches are provided for students, not 
proposing to take a degree, who have passed the Matricn. or an equi- 
valent examn. or the entrance examn. for Mining students. 

Textile Industries. This Dept. (endowed by the Clothworkers' 
Company of the City of London) comprises 4 branches : (1) Woollen 
Yarn Manuf. ; (2) Worsted Yarn Manuf. (English and Continental 
systems) ; (3) Designing, Weaving, and Textile Manuf. ; (4) Finishing, 
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(a) Textile Designing and Cloth Finishing ; (b) Woollen and Worsted 
Yarn Manuf. ; (c) Textile Manuf . 

Tinctorial Chemistry and Dyeing. The courses are : (i) 3 yrs. 
qualifying for Diploma in Dyeing, (ii) 4 yrs. for Colour Chemists 
qualifying for B.Sc. degree. (iii) Part-time 5 yrs. apprenticeship 
course for the Diploma in Dyeing, work being done at the Univ. during 
2 terms in each year (or 2 terms during 3 yrs. and 3 terms during the 
final year), (iv) 4 yrs. Diploma course for Textile Chemists, (i), 
(ii), and (iv) include studies in German. 

Leather Industries. In this Dept. (which is aided by the Skinners' 
Company of the City of London and by members of the Leather trades) 
a student may take a 3 yrs. course for the ordinary B.Sc. degree, a 
4 yrs. course for an Honours degree, or a 3 yrs. Diploma course. German 
is necessary in the 1st and 2nd and recommended in the 3rd. An 
advanced 1 yr.'s course for grads. is provided. The M.Sc. and D.Sc. 
degrees may be obtained on the conditions stated for Science grads. 

Agriculture. At least 1 yr. of work on an approved farm before 
entering the Dept. is recommended. The courses provided are : 
(1) General ; (2) for the National Diploma, awarded jointly by the 
R. Ag. Soc. of England and the Highland and Ag. Soc. of Scotland ; 
(3) for the B.Sc. degree. Students taking (1) or (2) are free to devote 
the spring and summer months to practical farm work, except that 
candidates for the N.D.A. take a summer course in their 1st yr. 
Students are also prepared for the examns. of the Surveyors' Institn., 
which body recognizes the Leeds courses. 

Training of Teachers. All students of the Elem. School Teachers' 
Training Dept. are required to fulfil the requirements for a degree of 
the Univ. The professional training is conducted by the staff of the 
Dept. of Education. This includes part of the course for a pass 
degree. A full course in the Theory and Practice of Education is 
provided for women students preparing for teacherships in Secondary 
Schools, and a course for a Diploma in Educn. is open to women grads. 

Research and Advisory Work. Special laboratories are pro- 
vided in the several Depts. A large amount of research work is done 
not only in the various branches of Science but also in their application 
to industrial processes. Agric. experiments are undertaken at the 
Educational Farm at Garforth. The Agric. Dept. is prepared to give 
technical advice, to undertake investigation of local problems, and to 
test seeds and milk- 

Scholarships, &c, for Graduates. John Rutson, £70 for 1 yr., 
renewable, for advanced study or research in Arts in the Univ. or an 
approved institn. ; Clothworkers, £60 for 1 yr., renewable, for research 
in the Tinctorial Chem. Dept. ; Thorp, ^25, 1 yr., for research in For. 
Medicine or Pub. Health ; two Fellowships of /ioo each for research in 
Gas Chemistry and in Textile and Colour Chemistry respectively ; 
Univ. Scholarships, &c., to the value of about £200 p. a., awarded on 
the Degree examns.; 1851 Exhibn. Science Research Scholarship of 



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the annual value of ^150, tenable ordinarily for 2 yrs. ; 1851 Exhibn. 
Industrial Bursary, not exceeding ^100, for 1 yr., and renewable for 
a 2nd yr. ; Gilchrist Studentship in Modern Langs., £80, tenable for 
3 yrs., and open to grads. of either sex who have taken Honours in Mod. 
Langs, in this Univ. and propose teaching in Secondary Schools. The 
John Rutson Scholarship and the 2 Fellowships are open to candidates 
who are not members of the Univ., but as regards the Text, and Col. 
Chem. Fellowship preference is given to graduates of Leeds. 

Appointments. A register is kept by the Univ. and information 
obtained by circularizing employers. Departmental registers are kept 
by Heads of Tech. Depts. 

Women are eligible for any office in the Univ. All the degrees and 
courses are open to them, and no separate instruction is given to them. 
Many of them are King's Scholars in training for Teacherships. Two- 
thirds pursue courses in Arts, and a large proportion of Honours 
students take Mod. Langs, and Lits. A teachers' class in Science in 
relation to the Household has been instituted. 

Residential Facilities. Univ. Hall for women has accommoda- 
tion for 37 students. All women who are King's Scholars not residing 
with parents or guardians are required to reside in it. Lyddon Hall, 
5 minutes walk from the Univ., has accommodation for 30 men students. 
A register of approved lodging-houses is kept, and is in charge of a 
special committee which acts through an officer appointed for the 
purpose and called the Supervisor of Lodgings. All students not 
living with relatives or friends are required to reside in an approved 
hostel or hall or lodging-house. 

The Univ. Library contains about 30,000 vols. The Med. Library 
is composed of the united libraries of the School of Med. and of the 
Leeds and W. Riding Med.-Ch. Society. 

Museums and Laboratories. The Museum of Path, contains, in 
addition to the usual teaching collections, many rare specimens, some 
of historical interest. In the Textile Museum there is a valuable col- 
lection of woven and other specimens. There is a museum of natural 
and artificial dyestuffs and textile fibres. The Engin. Labs, have a 
large number of testing machines and steam and other engines of 
various types. The Elec. Engin. Labs, comprise Dynamo, Motor, 
Transformer, Instrument Photometer, and Cable- jointing rooms, and 
Elem. Lab. fitted with a large variety of plants, including 26 types of 
current generators, motors, double commutator converters, rotaries, 
and rectifiers. The Fuel and Metall. Labs, are equipped for instruc- 
tion and research in gas {'analysis, photometry, ^ and spectrometry, 
calorimetry, combustion and explosion, the chem. of gas production, 
testing of gas coals, compression and liquefaction of gases, analysis of 
coals, ores, and metall. products, microstructure, heat treatment, and 
mechanical testing of steels, &c,, and pyrometry. The Mining Labs 



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are fully equipped with the necessary apparatus and instruments for 
Mine Surveying and for the investigation of mining problems. The 
Textile Industries Dept. has a complete plant for demonstration of 
technicalities in each branch. The Weaving Section has 116 looms. 
The Tinctorial Chem. and Dyeing Labs, include an Exper. Dye-house, 
Practical Dye-houses, Printing Room, Clothworkers' Chem. Lab., and 
an Oils, Paints, Pigments, and Varnishes Lab. In the Leather Labs, 
and Workshops all the more important kinds of leather are made and 
finished. In addition, there are well-equipped labs, in the various 
depts. of Pure Science. In conjunction with Sheff. Univ. a small 
Marine Laboratory has been instituted at Robin Hood's Bay. 

There is an Educational Farm at Garforth (7 miles from Leeds) 
covering 312 acres and including a Dairy School: v. also "The Year 
1912-13 — New Depts." 

The Cecil Duncombe Astron. and Meteor. Observatory is situated 
near the Univ. buildings, and is under the care of a member of the 
Univ. Staff. The telescope is an i8£" reflector. There are a 3" transit 
instrument and sidereal clock. 

University Extension. Courses in Arts, Science, Lit., and Econ. 
are provided under a special scheme managed by an Advisory Com- 
mittee, including representatives of the Univ., the W. Riding Educn. 
Committee, and the Workers' Educnl. Assocn. The same Committee 
arranges Tutorial Classes for working people. The students of the 
latter pledge themselves to attend for 3 winter sessions, during which 
meetings of 2 hours duration are held weekly, and each class is limited 
to 32 persons. Short introductory courses are also given to working- 
men's clubs and similar organizations. Summer meetings are arranged 
annually in connexion with the Univ. Tutorial Classes. 

The important extension work connected with the Agric. Dept., 
occupying a considerable portion of the time of 9 lecturers, is under 
the control of a separate Advisory Committee. 

In addition to the regular extension work, special public lectures 
are given on Art, Poetry, Music, History, and various scientific and 
tech. subjects (including Engin., Coal-mining, Textile Industries, and 
Geol.). 

The Yorkshire Summer School of Geography has been instituted 
by the Univ. of Leeds in co-operation with Sheff. Univ. and the 
Armstrong Coll., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and with the help of local 
authorities, to provide instruction in methods of Geog. The Agric, 
Mining, Textile, and Metall. Industries are dealt with, as well as 
questions connected with language and place-names. The lectures last 
about 3 weeks and certificates are granted. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. about Sept., price is. (by 
post, is. 4d., or to places outside the U.K., is. 8d.) ; "Sir Nathan 
Bodngton, First Vice-Chancellor of the Univ. of Leeds," by W. H. 
Draper, Macmillan, 5s. ; Annual Report of the Univ. and Annual Reports 
of certain Depts. (viz. Clothworkers, Leather Industries, Coal Gas and 



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Fuel Indust.) ; Books of Examn. Papers set at Degree examns., is. 
(by post, is. 5<i., or outside the U.K., is. nd.); "Training of Pro- 
fessional Engineers," by Prof. Goodman. 



AFFILIATED COLLEGES 

A condition precedent to affiliation is that the majority of regular 
students are of the age of 16 yrs. Students of affiliated institns. cannot 
be admitted to degrees without attendance in the Univ. during at least 
2 yrs. The ordinances require the inspection from time to time of all 
affiliated institns. 

The College of the Resurrection, Mirfield. Principal, 
W. H. Frere, M.A. Students are exempt from attendance at the 
Univ. in the first of the 3 yrs. of study for the B.A. degree. 

The Technical College, Huddersfield. Principal, J. F. 
Hudson, M.A., B.Sc. Attendance upon certain classes exempts from 
attendance in the Univ. in the 1st yr. of the courses for the B.A., B.Sc. 
(including Engin.), and M.B. and Ch.B. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions. Anonymous gift of ^10,000 for the erection of a 
new building for the School of Agric. ; ^1088 raised by public subs, 
as a memorial to the late Sir Nathan Bodington, Principal of the 
Yorkshire Coll. and first Vice-Chancellor of the Univ., to be devoted 
to founding a Bodington Fellowship, Scholarship, Prize, or Grant ; 
^50 presented by a former Prof, in the Univ. ; bequest of ^10 (Edward 
Davis) ; about 800 books presented by retiring Prof, of Engl. Lang, 
and Lit. ; several valuable exhibits for the museums. 

New Departments, &c. A chair of Agric. Chem. ; a Lectr. in 
Biochem. in connexion with the Animal Nutrition Research Institn., 
of which the Prof, of Agric. Chem. is Head; a Research Chemist 
appointed in the Coal Gas and Fuel Industries Dept. to undertake 
research in ventilation ; a Lectr. in Chem. Physiol. ; a Live Stock 
Officer for Yorks., in connexion with the Live Stock Improvement 
Scheme of the Board of Agric. ; an Asst. in connexion with a special 
investigation undertaken by the Agric. Dept. ; a Director of the Flax 
Experiment Station, Selby ; a Lectr. in Econ. ; Asst. Lectrs. in 
Classics and Anc. Hist, and 1 in Agric. Bot. ; 2 Research Assts. in 
Botany and 1 in Zool. ; an Asst. Lectr. and Demr, in Zool. ; an Instr. 
in Hortic. A proposal is on foot for the establishment of an Inter- 
national Research Laboratory under the Hon. Directorship of Proi 
H. R. Procter, who is retiring from the Chair of Applied Chem. (Chem. 
of Leather Manufacture). This Univ. is one of the institns. selected 
by H.M. Development Commrs. to conduct advanced research into 
Agric. subjects. It was at the request of the Commrs. that the Univ. 
undertook investigations into the growth and retting of flax in con- 
nexion with which a mill has been leased at Selby and flax was success- 

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fully grown on 120 acres in 191 3. Govt, grants will be received for 
this work as well as in aid of the Animal Nutrition Research Institn. 
and for the provision for technical advice to farmers. 

University Extension. Courses in Arts and Science were pro- 
vided in 4 centres during 191 2-1 3. Tutorial Classes were held at 6. 
In connexion with the Agric. Dept. about 370 lectures were given in 
90 centres. The Summer School of Geog. (v. supra) was held at Whitby 
in Aug. 191 3, and was attended by over 100 students. A 3 days 
Spring Holiday course in Engl., Physics, and Phys. Chem., intended 
primarily for former students of the Univ. and teachers, was held in 
the Univ. in April. 54 students attended. A similar course was 
planned for Jan. 1914. A series of week-end lectures on Modern 
Germany was given in May- June in connexion with the Tutorial 
Classes. Fortnightly midday musical recitals are given. A series 
of lectures on Music, Art, and the Drama, to be delivered in the Great 
Hall of the Univ., has been arranged for. 

Number of Students. Medical, 147 ; other Faculties, 893 ; 
total registered students, 1026 (including 215 women) ; occasional, 86 ; 
evening (excluding those who only attended short courses), 208. 

Honorary Degrees Conferred (Oct. 191 2). LL.D. — Arthur 
Cooper, M.I.Mech.E. ; Mrs. Robert Eddison ; William Edward 
Garforth, LL.D. ; William Hulton Keeling, M.A. ; Sir Swire Smith. 
D.Sc— Charles Carpenter, M.Inst.C.E. ; Sir Robert Abbott Hadfield, 
D.Met., F.R.S., M.I.C.E., M.I.Mech.E. ; Adolphe Greiner ; Thomas 
Newbigging ; Kommerzienrat Friedrich Springorum ; John Edward 
Stead, D.Met., F.R.S., F.I.C., F.C.S. ; Corbett Woodall. 

Other Degrees (191 2-1 3). M.A., 18 (including 3 women) ; B.A., 
44 (18 women) ; D.Sc, 2 ; M.Sc, 14 (1 woman) ; B.Sc, 44 (5 women) ; 
LL.B., 2 ; M.B., Ch.B., 12 ; total, 134 (27 women). 

Changes in Regulations, &c. (i) Inclusion of Hebrew in list 
of optional langs. taken for the B.A. degree at the Interm. standard 
and of principal subjects studied for a period of 2 yrs. at the Final 
standard. Eccl. Hist, was also inserted amongst the subsidiary Final 
subjects for which the period of study extends over 1 yr. only. The 
article which gave candidates who had failed at a Final examn. the 
privilege of presenting at the June examn. of the following year the 
same books and periods in which they had already been examined 
was deleted. (2) The M.A. and M.Sc. Ordinances were modified by 
laying down in more detail conditions under which graduates of other 
approved Univs. may be permitted to enter the Univ. and become 
candidates for the Master's without taking the Bachelor's Degree of 
this Univ. (3) A new clause was adopted whereby undergrads. of 
this Univ. pursuing an approved course in any of the Honours Schools 
may be allowed, on certain stated conditions, to count such periods of 
residence at other Univs. during their undergrad. course as equivalent 



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to residence at Leeds, as the Senate may from time to time determine. 
Candidates proceeding to the Honours School of Mod. Langs, and Lits. 
may thus complete a portion of the prescribed course at the Univ. 
of Caen. (4) Notice has been given to the Joint Matricn. Board 
(v. Appendix III) that, so far as concerns this Univ., the requirement 
that candidates for the Matricn. examn. in Med. should be required to 
take Latin shall cease to be operative on the expiration of 2 yrs. 

Additions to Buildings. A 2-story building providing additional 
accommodation for Univ. Offices and the Educn. and Chem. Depts. ; 
an addition to the students' dining-room ; a house rented and furnished 
for use by men students for common rooms, reading and committee 
rooms, &c, and bath and dressing rooms ; a further addition to Univ. 
Hall for women. 

New Relations with other Bodies. A reciprocal arrangement 
with Bradford Technical College, under which students of the Univ. 
make use of the Practical Dye-house of the Coll., while Bradford 
students may attend certain lecture courses in the Univ. See also 
"Museums, &c. (Marine Lab.)," and "Univ. Extension." 

Conferences with other Univs. have been held in connexion 
with the Federal superannuation scheme, a proposed 4 yrs. course 
of training for teachers, and a proposed new course of training for the 
profession of solicitor. 



UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL 



[Established by Royal Charter dated July 15, 1903. Univ. College, 
Liverpool, which was founded by Royal Charter dated Oct. 18, 1881, 
admitted as a Coll. in the Victoria Univ., Manchester, in 1884, and 
invested with further powers by supplemental Charter dated Jan. 22, 
1900, was by Liv. Univ. Act, 1903, merged in the Univ. of Liverpool.] 



Visitor 
Chancellor 



Pro-Chancellors 

Vice-Chancellor 
Treasurer 
Registrar 
Librarian 



His Majesty the King. 

Rt. Hon. Earl of Derby, 

G.C.V.O., C.B., LL.D. 
J. W. Alsop, B.A., President of 

the Council. 
Rt. Hon. Sir John Brunner, 

Bart., LL.D. 
Sir Alfred Dale, M.A., LL.D. 
Hugh R. Rathbone, M.A. 
Edward Carey, LL.B. 
J. Sampson, M.A., D.Litt. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY 

PATERSON, A. M., M.D. EDIN., 

f.r.cs. Derby Prof. 

GOWLAND, W. P., M.D., B.S. LOND., 

m.r.c.s., l.r.cp. Senr. Demr. 
and Asst. Lectr. 

DOUGLAS-CRAWFORD, D., M.B., CM. 

edin., f.r.cs. Asst. Demr. 

MC MURRAY, T. P., M.B., B.CH. 

belf. Asst. Demr. 

DUNN, N., M.A., M.B., CH.B. ABERD. 

Asst. Demr. 
Applied and Surgical Anat. 

DOUGLAS-CRAWFORD, D., M.B., CM. 

edin., f.r.cs. Lectr. 

Physical Anthropology 



BROAD, W. H., M.D. 



Lectr. 



ANTHROPOLOGY, Social (v. 
also Ethnog.) 

FRAZER, J. G., M.A., D.C.L., LITT.D., 
LL.D. CAMB., F.B.A. Prof. 

ARCHEOLOGY* Classical (v. 
also Palceog.) 

BOSANQUET, R. C, M.A. CAMB., 

f.s.a. Prof. 

Egyptology [Brunner Prof. 

NEWBERRY, P. E., M.A. LIV. 

Medicsval Archcsol. [Prof. 

BARNARD, F. P., M.A. OX., F.S.A. 

Methods and Practice of A . 

GARSTANG, J., D.SC, M.A., B.LITT. 

ox. f f.s.a. Rankin Prof. 



* The Univ. Inst, of Archaeol. also provides for lectures in Assyriology by 
T.G. Pinches, LL.D. Lond. ; in Central American Archcsol. by T. W. Gann, 
M.D. ; and in Numismatics by J. Grafton Milne, M.A. Ox. 

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ARCHITECTURE (v. also 
ArchceoL, Civ. Design, Engin., 
Nav. A r chit.) 

REILLY, C. H., M.A. CAMB., F.R.I.B.A. 

Roscoe Prof. 
dod, H. a., m.a. Studio Instr. 

Building Materials 

WHITBY, H. J., A. R.SAN. I. 

Instr. and Demr. 
Ecclesiastical A r chit. [Reader. 

SCOTT, G. GILBERT, F.R.I.B.A. 

History of Archit. 

BUDDEN, L. B., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 

Modelling 
allen, c. j. Recog. Teacher. 

Reinforced Concrete [Lectr. 

MARTIN, H. E. L., B.SC, A.M.I.CE, 

A S TRONOM Y [Reader . 

PLUMMER, W. E., M.A. OX., F.R.A.S. 

BIOCHEMISTRY, v. Chem. 



HOLT, A., M.A. CAMB., D.SC MANC. 

Reader. 
Demrs. and Asst. Lectrs. 

RULE, A., M.SC. MANC, PH.D. JENA 
BENGOUGH, G. D., M.A. CAMB., 

D.SC, A.R.S.M. 
THOMAS, J. S., M.SC. 
KAY, F.W., M.SC MANC, PH.D. BERL. 
FARROW, F. D., M.A. NEW ZEALAND 
JONES, E. G., M.SC. LIV., F.I.C 

CI VIC DESIGN [Assoc. Prof. 

ADSHEAD, S. D., M.A., F.R.I.B.A. 

abercrombie, l. p. Research 

Fellow and Lectr. (also 

Asst. Lectr. in Building 

Construction) . 

Landscape Design [Spl. Lectr, 

MAWSON, T. H., HON. A. R.I. B. A. 

CIVIC LAW 

DOWDALL, H. C, M.A., B.C.L. OX., 

bar.-at-law Spl. Lectr. 



BIOLOGY, 
History 



v. Botany, Nat. CLASSICS, v. Languages 



BOOKKEEPING 

DE ZOUCHE, R. C, A.C.A. 



Lectr. 



BOTANY [H. Gaskell Prof. 

HARVEY-GIBSON, R. J., M.A. ABERD. 

AND EDIN., F.L.S. 
BLACKWELL, ELSIE M., M.SC 

Demr. and Asst. Lectr. 

KNIGHT, MARGERY, M.SC. „ 

Plant Physiology [Lectr. 

GREEN, J. R., M.A., SCD., F.R.S. 

CHEMISTRY (v. also Metall.) 
Bio-chemistry 

MOORE, B., M.A., D.SC. BE F., 

m.r.c.s., f.r.s. Johnston Prof . 
Inorganic Chem. 

BALY, E. C C, M.SC, F.R.S. , 

f.i.c. Grant Prof. 

Organic Chem. [Lectr. 

TITHERLY, A. W., D.SC, PH.D. HEID. 

Physical Chem. [Brunner Prof. 

LEWIS, W. C MCC, M.A. BELF., D.SC 



COMMERCIAL Theory and 
Practice 

MONTGOMERY, J., M.A. Lectr. 

DENTISTRY (v. also Medicine — 
Mat. Med., and Metall.) 

DOUGLAS-CRAWFORD, D., M.B., CM.,* 

f.r.c.s. Tutor for D. students. 
D. Anat., Histol., and Physiol. 

WOODS, J. A., M.D.S., L.D.S. ENG. 

Lectr. 
D. Mechanics 

OSBORN, L., L.D.S. ENG. Lectr. 

D. Surgery 

GILMOUR, W. H., M.D.S., L.D.S. ENG. 

(Dir. of D. Educn.) Lectr. 
Operative D. Surgery 

BENNETTE, H. W. P., M.D.S., L.D.S. 

eng. Lectr. 

woods, e. c, l.d.s. eng. Demr. 
Clin. D. Surgery 

EDWARDS, R., M.D.S., L.D.S. ENG., 

m.r.c.s. Lectr. 

MANSELL, T., M.D.S., L.D.S. EDIN. ,, 



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Orthodontia 

COUNCELL, E. L., B.D.S., L.D.S. ENG., 



M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 



Lectr. 



ECONOMIC SCIENCE 

GONNER, E. C. K., M.A. OX. 

Brunner Prof. 

MACDONALD, R. A., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 

EDUCATION 

CAMPAGNAC, E. T., M.A. OX. Prof. 
COLLIE, FRANCES A., M.A. WALES 

Lectr. 
forbes, k., m.a. ox. Lectr. 

beszant, c. f. Asst. in Method. 
Recog. Teachers in Edge Hill 

Training College : 
hale, miss s. j. (Principal) 

HOARE, MISS L. O'D., B.A. 

ENGINEERING (v. also Archit. 
and Nav. Archit.) 

WATKINSON, W. H., M.ENG.,M.I.C.E., 

m.i.m.e., m.i. e.e. Harrison Prof. 

MASON, W., M.SC. MANC, A.M.I. C.E. 

Lectr. (Strength of Materials), 
Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

SCHOLES, G. E., M.SC. MANC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

COSTON, E. P., B.SC MANC, B.ENG. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

MAWSON, H., B.SC.(ENG.) LOND., 
A.R.C.SC, A.M.I.C.E. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
ENGINEERING, Civil [Prof. 

PERROTT, S. W., M.A.I. DUB., M.I.CE. 
MARTIN, H. E. L., B.SC. LOND., 

a.m.i.c.e. (Lectr. in Archit.) 
Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Dock and Harbour Engin. 

LYSTER, A. G., M.ENG., M.I.CE. 

Assoc. Prof. 

WILTON, T. R., M.A. CAMB., 

a.m.i.c.e. Lectr. 

Engin. Geology [Lectr. 

ELSDEN, J. V., D.SC LOND., F.G.S. 

Municipal Engin. 

BRODTE, J. A., M.ENG., M.I.CE., 
M.r.M.E. ASSOC Prof. 



Railway Engin . 

ASPINALL, J. A. F., M.ENG., M.I.CE., 

m.i.m.e. Assoc. Prof. 

ENGINEERING Design and 
Drawing 

ANDERSON, J. W., M.ENG., M.I.CE.; 

m.i.m.e. Lectr, 

CLARK, J. J., B.ENG., A.M.I.C.E. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr, 
ENGINEERING, Electrical 

MARCHANT, E. W., D.SC. LOND., 

m.i. e.e. David Jardine Prof, 
Municipal Elec. Engin. 

HOLMES, A. B., M.ENG., M.I.CE., 

m.i. e.e. Assoc. Prof. 

TEAGO, F. J., B.SCDURH., A.M.I.E.E« 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

GILL, J. F., M.SC. MANC, B.ENG., 

A. m.i.m.e. Demr. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

NEWSTEAD, R., M.SC, F.R.S., F.E.S.J 

a.l.s. Dutton Memorial Prof. 

CARTER, H. F., S.E.A.C DIPL., 

f.e.s. Asst. Lectr. 

ETHNOGRAPHY (v. also An- 
throp. and Russ. Studies) 

FORBES, H. O., M.A., LL.D. ABERD. 

Reader. 

FISHERIES, v. Nat. History 

GEOGRAPHY, Political and 
Econ. (v. also Russ. Studies) 

ANGELBECK, A., M.A. Tutor. 

Regional Geography 
roxby, p. m., b.a. ox. Lectr. 

HISTOLOGY, v. Physiol. 

HISTORY (v. also Archceol. 
Palceog., Russ. Studies) 

MACKAY, J. M., M.A. OX., LL.D. 

st. and. Rathbone Prof. 

JONES, W. GARMON, M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 

KELLEY, LILLIAN W., B.A. 

Research Fellow. 



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Ecclesiastical Hist. 

DEWICK, E. C, M.A. CAMB. 

Recog. Teacher. 
Local History 
vacant Reader. 

Medicsval Hist. 
coopland, g. w. Lectr. 

Modern Hist. 
vacant 

A. Geddes & J. Rankin Prof. 

VEITCH, G. S., M.A., LITT.D. 

Lectr. in charge. 

TURBERVILLE, A. S., M.A., B.LITT. 

ox. Lectr. 

JONES, MARY E. M., M.A. Tutor. 

HYGIENE 

HOPE, E. W., M.D., D.SC EDIN. Prof. 
MUSSEN, A. A., B.A., M.D. DUB., 

d.p.h. Asst. Lectr. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
Celtic 

MEYER, K., M.A., PH.D. LEIP., 
LITT.D. WALES Prof. 

Chinese 
parker, e. h., m.a. manc. Reader. 
English Lang, and Philol. 

WYLD, H. C K., B.LITT. OX. 

Baines Prof. 
English Lit. 

ELTON, O., M.A. OX., D.LITT. 

durh. King Alfred Prof. 

CASE, E. H., B.A. LOND. ASSOC. Prof. 
WALLIS, J. P. R., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 
PARTRIDGE, MISS S. F. 

Recog. Teacher. 

HEALEY, MISS J., L.L.A. ST. AND. ,, 

French 
terracher, l. a. J. Barrow Prof. 

RENAULT, G. E., B.A., O.A. DIJON 

Asst. Lectr. 
German 
petsch, r., ph.d. wurz. Prof. 

COLLINSON, W. E., M.A. LOND. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Greek 

LEHMANN-HAUPT, C F. F., PH.D. 
BERL., LL.D. GOTT. 

Gladstone Prof. 



ORMEROD, H. A., B.A. OX, 

Asst. Lectr. 
Hebrew [Recog. Teacher. 

BECK, W. E., B.A. LOND. 

Hellenistic Greek 

WARMAN, PRINCIPAL F. S. GUY, 

m.a., d.d. ox. Recog.Teacher. 

HOWARD, R. W., B.A. ,, 

Italian 
vacant Lectr. 

Latin 

POSTGATE, J. P., LITT.D. CAMB., 

f.b.a. Prof. 

SMILEY, M. T., M.A. DUB. Asst. Lectr, 
CHAPMAN, DOROTHY, M.A. ST. AND. 

Asst. Lectr. 

ALMOND, ELEANOR M., B.A. LOND. 

Asst. Lectr. 

SAMPSON, MISS M., B.A. LOND- 

Recog. Teacher. 
Russian, v. Russian Studies 
Spanish 

FITZMAURICE-KELLY, J., LITT.D., 

f.b.a. Gilmour Prof. 

Welsh 

DA VIES, J. GLYN, M.A. Lectl". 

LAW 

Commercial Law, &c. 

SPARROW, W. J., B.A., LL.D. LOND., 
BAR.-AT-LAW Prof. 

Const. Law [Lectr. 

BLEASE, W. L., LL.M., BAR.-AT-LAW 

Criminal Law 

LIAS, W. J., M.A. CAMB., BAR.-AT- 
LAW Lectr. 
Equity, &c. 
owen, o. w., m.a. camb. Lectr. 

Internal. Law 

THOMAS, H.H. JUDGE, B.A., LL.D. 

lond. Prof. 

Jurisprudence [Lectr. 

FINDLAY, J., M.A. OX. (Tutor) 

Personal Property 

STEWART-BROWN, E., M.A. CAMB., 

bar.-at-law Lectr. 

Real Prop. 6- Conveyancing, &c. 

EMMOTT, G. H., M.A., LL.M. CAMB., 

bar.-at-law Q. Victoria Prof. 

BAXTER, R. W., BAR.-AT-LAW Lectr. 



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CAREY, F. S., M.A. CAMB. 
CARSON, G. ST. L. 
MANC. 



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Prof. 

B.A. CAMB., B.SC. 

Reader. 



hargreaves, r., m.a. Reader. 

SHARPE, F. T., M.A. CAMB. LeCtT. 

proudman, j., b.sc. Asst. Lectr. 
Philos. and Hist, of Maths. 

YOUNG, W. H., M.A., SC.D. CAMB., 

f.r.s.* Prof. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Bacteriology 

BEATTIE, J. M., M.A. NEW ZEALAND, 

M.D., CM. EDIN. Prof. 

ALEXANDER, D. M./M.D.Asst. Lectr. 

Dermatology [Lectr. 

LESLIE-ROBERTS, H., M.D. EDIN. 

Dis. of Children 

DAVIDSON, P., M.A., M.B., CM. 

edin. Lectr. 

Diseases, Infec, and Vaccin. 

ROBERTS, N. E., M.B., CM., D.P.H. 

edin. Lectr. 

RUNDLE, C, M.D. LOND., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p., d.p.h. Asst. Lectr. 
Diseases, Mental 

COWEN, T. P., M.D., B.S., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Lectr. 
Diseases, Specific 

Wilson, f. p., m.d., m.sc Lectr. 

Forensic Medicine [Prof. 

BUCHANAN, R. J. M., M.D., F.R.C.P. 
MACFALL, J. E. W., M.D., D.P.H. 

Toxicol. Demr. 
Gynecology, Clin. 

GRIMSDALE, T. B., B.A., M.B. CAMB., 

m.r.c.s. Lectr. 
Laryngology 

vacant Lectr. 

Mat. Med. and Pharm. 
marsden, p. h., f.c.s. (Lectr. in 

Dental Mat. Med.) Lectr. 

Medicine [Prof. 

GLYNN, T. R., M.D. LOND., F.R.C.P. 

Medicine, Clinical 

BLIGH, J. MURRAY, M.D. LeCtT. 



M.B., CM 



M.D. LOND. 



D. DUB., 

Lectr . 

EDIN., 

Lectr. 

F.R.C.S., 

Lectr. 
Lectr. 

EDIN., 

Lectr. 



BRADSHAW, T. R., B.A., M 

F.R.C.P. 
BUSHBY, T., 

M.R.C.P. 
GULLAN, A. G. 

M.R.C.P. 
HICK, P., M.D., B.S. LOND. 
MACALISTER, C J., M.D. 

F.R.C.P. 
ROBERTS, J. LL., M.D., B.S., B.A., 

B.SC. LOND., F.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. 

Lectr. 

the profs, of Forensic Med. and 

Therap. and lectr. in Neuro- 

Path. Lectrs. 

Midwifery and Gyncec. 

BRIGGS, H., M.B., CM. EDIN., 

f.r.c.s. Prof. 

JONES, W. J. BENNETT, M.D. EDIN., 

m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p. Demr. 

Ophthalmology 

BROWNE, E. A., CH.M., F.R.C.S. 

edin. Lectr. 

Pathology [Holt Prof. 

GLYNN, E. E., M.A., M.D., CM. 

CAMB., M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. 
WARRINGTON, W. B., M.D. LOND., 

f.r.c.p. Lectr. in Neuro- 
pathology. 
Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 

MACKARELL, W. W., M.D., D.P.H. , 
D.T.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

HARCOURT, R. E., M.D., M.CH. IRE., 
F.R.C.S. 

Pharmacology 

VACANT 

Surgery 

PARKER, R., M.B., B.S. 
F.R.C.S. 

Surgery, Operative 

MONSARRAT, K. W., 
F.R.C.S. EDIN. 

Surgery, Orthopedic [Lectr. 

JONES, R., CH.M., F.R.C.S. EDIN. 

Surgery, Practical [Lectr. 

KELLY, R. E., M.D., B.SC, F.R.C.S. 



Lectr. 

LOND., 

Prof. 



M.B., CM., 

Lectr. 



Appointed Hardinge Prof, in Calc, but retains chair in Liv. 



Surgery, Regional 

THOMAS, W. T., CH.M. 

Clinical Surgery 

BICKERSTETH, R. A 

B.C. CAMB., F.R.C.S. 

DOUGLAS-CRAWFORD, D. 
EDIN., F.R.C.S. 



f.r.c.s. Prof. 



M.A., M.B., 

Lectr. 

M.B., CM. 

Lectr. 



EVANS, A. J., F.R.C.S. EDIN. 
HARRISSON, D., CH.M., F.R.C.S. 

edin. Lectr. 

JONES, T. C. L., F.R.C.S. 
LARKIN, F. C, F.R.C.S. 
MURRAY, R. W., F.R.C.S. 
NEWBOLT, G. P., M.B, DURH., 

f.r.c.s. Lectr. 

the prof, of Regional Surg. 

AND LECTRS. IN Op. AND 

Orthop. Surg. Lectrs. 

'Therapeutics [Prof. 

ABRAM, J. HILL, M.D. LOND., F.R.C.P. 

Tropical Med. 

STEPHENS, J. W. W., M.D. 

Sir Alfred Jones Prof. 

THOMAS, H. W., M.D., CM. 

Asst. Lectr. 

FANTHAM, H. B., D.SC, B.A. „ 
BLOOD, MAJOR J. F., M.D., M.CH. 

Hon. Lectr. 

PROUT, W. T., M.B., CM.G. 

the profs, of Hygiene and Path. 

Hon. Lectrs. 

yorke, w., m.d, Director of Trop, 

Research at Runcorn. 

BLACKLOCK, B., M.D., D.P.H. 

Research Demr. 
Tropical Sanitation [Prof. 

ROSS, SIR RONALD, K.C.B., F.R.S., 
M.D., F.R.C.S., D.SC, LL.D. 

Vaccination, v. Diseases, Infec. 
METALLURGY 

BENGOUGH, G. D., M.A. CAMB., 

d.sc, a.r.s.m. (Lectr. in Dent. 
Metall.) Lectr. 

NATURAL HISTORY 

HERDMAN, W. A., D.SC. EDIN., 
F.R.S., F.L.S., F.R.S.E. 

Derby Prof. 



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laurie, r. d., m.a. ox. (Lectr. in 
Embryol.) 

Demr. and Asst. Lectr. 

BURFIELD, S. T., B.A. CAMB. „ 

Aquiculture [Hon. Lectr. 

JOHNSTONE, J., B.SC LOND. 

Sea Fisheries 

JENKINS, J. T., B.SC LOND., D.SC, 
WALES, PH.D. KIEL, BAR.-AT- 

law Hon. Lectr. 

Economic Ichthyology 
scott, a., a.l.s. Hon. Lectr. 

Economic Entomology 

NEWSTEAD, PROF. R., M.SC, F.R.S., 

f.l.s., f.e.s. Hon. Lectr. 

Marine Biology 
chad wick, h. c, a.l.s. Hon. Lectr. 



ARCHITECTURE 

s., m.eng., R.c.N. c (ret.), 



NAVAL 

ABELL, W. 

m.i.n. a. Alex. Elder Prof. 

BALFOUR, W. M., B.SC. GLAS. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

PALAEOGRAPHY and Diplo- 
matics 
twemlow, j. a., b.a. ox. Lectr, 

PHILOLOGY, v. Langs. 

PHILOSOPHY 

MAIR, A., M.A. EDIN. Prof. 

HANDYSIDE, J., M.A. OX. Lectr. 

Exper. Psychology 
vacant Lectr, 

PHYSICS (v. also Chem., Phys.) 

WILBERFORCE, L. R., M.A. CAMB. 

Lyon Jones Prof. 
vacant Lectr. 

Demrs. and Asst. Lectrs. : 

STEVEN, A. I., M.A., B.SC. GLAS. 
BUCKLEY, J. C, B.SC. 

hals all, r., b.sc. Asst. Demr. 

PHYSIOLOGY and Histology 
vacant George Holt Prof. 

vacant Demr. 

MOTTRAM, V. H., M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. and Senr. Demr. 



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KENNON, K., M.B., CH.B., M.K.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Fellow & Junr. Demr. 

PSYCHOLOGY, v. Philosophy 

RUSSIAN STUDIES 
Russ. Hist., Lang, and Lit. 

PARES, B., M.A. CAMB. BoweS Pro f . 

Ethnog. of Russ. Empire 

WILLIAMS, H. W., PH.D. MUN. 

Hon. Research Fellow. 
W. Slavonic Hist, and Lit. 

BOSWELL, A. B., B.A. 

Research Fellow. 
Russ. Hist. 

VACANT 

Russ. Lang. 

TROPHIMOFF, M. V. 

Russ. Lit. 

VACANT 



Lectr. 
[Asst. Lectr. 

B.A. ST. PET. 



Asst. Lectr. 



SOCIAL SCIENCE 

Social Ethics 

THE PROF. OF PhUoS. 
SIMEY, MISS E. t B.A. 



Lectr. 
Lectr. 



Local Administration 

RATHBONE, MISS E. F., M.A. Lectr. 
MELLY, MISS F. E. Lectr. 

Poor Law History, &>c. 

MACADAM, MISS E., M.A. Lectr. 

VETERINARY MEDICINE 

SHARE-JONES, J., M.SC, F.R.CV.S. 

Vet. Anat. and Surg, and 
Meat Inspection. 
Vet. Anat. 
Vet. Anat. 
Vet. A nat. 
Vet. A nat. 



p. 



B.SC 



HOLMES, R. 

LLOYD, G. 

PUGMIRE, S. 

ELAM, T. A. 

JACKSON, S., M.R.CV.S. 

Stable Management and 

Clin. Med. and Surg. 

sumner, h., m.r.cv.s. Stable 

Management and Vet. Med. 

PILLERS, A. W. NOEL, F.R.CV.S. 

Path, and Parasitology. 

JONES, T. EATON, F.R.CV.S, 

Clin. Med. and Surg. 
ZOOLOGY, v. Entom., Nat. Hist. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Bonnier, C, Prof, of French, resigned. 

Carey, E., apptd. Registrar vice Hebblethwaite. 

Carson, G. St. L., Reader in Maths.* 

Coopland, G. W., Lectr. in Medisev. Hist.* 

Donnan, F. G., Prof, of Phys. Chem., resigned on apptmt. to 

Chair of Chem. in Univ. Coll., Lond. 
Hargreaves, R., Reader in Maths.* 
Hebblethwaite, Prof. P., Registrar, resigned. 
Lewis, W. C. McC, apptd. vice Donnan. 
Londini, The Chev., Bursar and Lectr. in Italian, deceased. 
Muir, Ramsay, Prof, of Mod. Hist., resigned on apptmt. to Chair 

in Mane. 
Ross, Sir R., Prof, of Trop. Med., resigned, and apptd. Prof, of 

Trop. San.* 
Stephens, J. W. W., apptd. vice Ross. 
Terracher, L. A., apptd. vice Bonnier. 
Thomas, W. Thelwall, Prof, of Regional Surg* 
Williams, O. T., Lectr. in Pharmacol., deceased. 
Young, W. H., Prof, of the Philos. and Hist, of Maths* 

* New appointments. 



LIVERPOOL 235 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties. Arts, Science, Law, Medicine, and Engineering. 
There are Boards of Legal, Dental, and Vet. Studies, Schools or Depts. 
of Architecture, Civic Design, Commerce, Education, Social Science 
and Training for Social Work, Local History and Records, Russian 
Studies, Public Health, Tropical Medicine, Ophthalmic Surgery, 
Pharmacy, and Experimental Medicine, and a Univ. Training Coll. 

Matriculation. Candidates for admission must be not less than 
16 yrs. of age, and if entering for a degree must have passed the 
matricn. examn. of the Joint Board (v. Appendix III) or its equivalent. 

Univ. Terms, 1913-14. Autumn begins Oct. 7 ; Lent, Jan. 6 ; 
Summer, April 21. 

Degrees, &c. Arts — B.A., B.Arch. (Architecture), B.Com.Sc, 
M.A., Litt.D., Diploma and Certif. in Architecture, Certif. in Archit. 
Design, Diploma and Certif. in Civic Design, Diploma in Education, 
Certif. in Com. Sc, Certificates in Separate Arts subjects. Science — 
B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc. Medicine— M.B. and Ch.B., M.D., Ch.M., M.H. 
(Hygiene), Diplomas in Pub. Health, Trop. Med., Anatomy, Bacterio- 
logy, Biochemistry, and Parasitology. In the School of Dental 
Surgery— B.D.S., M.D.S., L.D.S. In the Vet. School— Dip. in Vet. 
Hygiene. Law — LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. Engineering — B.Eng., M.Eng., 
D.Eng., Diploma and Certif. in Eng. 

Before being admitted to any Univ. Degree a student must, unless 
partially exempted on account of study in another Univ., have attended 
approved courses of study in the Univ. or recognized courses in an 
affiliated institn. (see list below) during 2 sessions for the post-grad, 
degree of M.H. ; 3 sessions for the B.A., B.Com.Sc, B.Sc, LL.B., 
B.Eng. ; 4 for the B.D.S. ; 5 for the B.Arch., M.B., and Ch.B. 
Students are advised and assisted in arranging their courses by the 
Deans of Faculties (Arts — Prof. Campagnac ; Science — Prof. Harvey- 
Gibson ; Law — Prof. Emmott ; Medicine — Prof. Monsarrat ; Engin. — 
Prof. Anderson). 

Evening Courses for Degrees in Arts. The course for the 
Bachelorship extends over 5 yrs., reducible to 4 in consideration of 
attendance during 1 or more years at day courses. Minimum age, 19. 

School of Architecture. Prof. Reilly is in charge of the School. 
Prof. Adshead is in charge of the Dept. of Civic Design. The School 
is one of the five recognized by the Board of Archit. Education of the 
R.I.B.A. The teaching of Design is adapted from the methods of 
the Ecoles des Beaux- Arts at Paris and the American Schools of Archit. 
The Dept. of Civic Design has been established to supply a knowledge 
of the supplementary subjects which Town Planning connotes. The 
lectures are open to all interested in the subject and not only to 
students taking the whole course. 



236 LIVERPOOL 

Department of Commerce. The courses for the Bachelorship are 
designed with a view to (i) General Business ; (2) Banking, Insurance, 
Accountancy ; (3) Transport, Railways, Shipping ; (4) Consular 
Service. The Certificate course is for students of not less than 17 yrs. 
of age desiring a specialized liberal training for a consular, mercantile, 
or allied career. It extends over 2 yrs., reducible to 1 in consideration 
of a course in Commerce in a recognized institution. 

Institute of Archaeology. Divided into Classical, Egyptian, 
and Mediaeval Depts. ; provides specialized teaching for students in 
the Faculty of Arts and others ; encourages research upon ancient 
sites ; provides collections of antiquities so arranged as to be of direct 
use in the teaching of History, Classics, Architecture, Sculpture, and 
Applied Arts. There are 4 chairs in Archaeol., as well as 4 special 
lectureships. 

School of Social Science and of Training .for Social Work, 
A centre for investigation in Social Economics. The courses are de- 
signed with a view to the needs of the younger workers in local societies ; 
of candidates for the ministry and the junior clergy ; and those con- 
nected with the administration of relief. Students able to devote 
3 yrs. to study can take a degree course in the Univ., comprising, 
mainly, subjects dealing with social and economic theory, and, utilizing 
the practical knowledge gained from the courses offered by the School, 
proceed in their 4th yr. to the M.A. degree and School diploma. 
Inquiries should be addressed to Miss E. Oliver Jones, Victoria 
Women's Settlement, 294 Netherfield Road, Liverpool. 

School of Local History and Records provides training in the 
study and editing of the hist, and records of the city and adjoining 
counties. (Hon. Secy., J. A. Twemlow, B.A.) 

School of Russian Studies. Special attention is given to 
qualifying Englishmen for posts connected with Russian trade. The 
School aims at publication of results of researches in Russia, and of 
translations of important Russian books, and issues the Russian Review 
quarterly. (Secretaries, Prof. B. Pares, M.A., and J. Montgomery, 
M.A.) 

School of Hygiene. Candidates for the M.H. must be grads. 
of Liv. or of some other Univ. recognized for the purpose, and must 
have taken the course in Hygiene in Liv. Univ. extending over 2 yrs. 
(subject to exemption under certain conditions from the 1st year). 
The City Fever Hospitals are always supplied with zymotic disease in 
every phase. Under the Med. Officer of Health there are about 95 
Inspectors. The trade of the Port involves frequent importations of 
infection. 

Clinical Studies are conducted in four General and five Special 
Hospitals, containing 1076 beds. (Secy, of the Board of Clin. Studies, 
F. A. G. Jeans, M.A., M.B., F.R.C.S.) 



LIVERPOOL 237 

School of Pharmacy. The courses prepare for the examns. of 
the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. 

School of Tropical Medicine. (Secy., A. H. Milne, C.M.G., B.A., 
B. 10 Exchange Buildings, L'pool.) This was founded in 1898 and 
received its Charter of Incorporation in 1905. It is recognized by 
Govt, for the training of officers for medical work in the Tropics. It 
conducts original researches and organizes prophylactic measures. 
It has sent out 30 expeditions to the Tropics to investigate or advise, 
and has published 21 memoirs and now publishes Annals of Trop. Med. 
and Parasitology. The staff (v. List of Profs., &c. — Med., Trop.) 
includes four Profs, as well as Lectrs. and Assts. The course for the 
Diploma covers 13 weeks. A special ward of 12 beds is set apart for 
Trop. Diseases in the Royal Southern Hospital close to the docks. 

School of Veterinary Medicine (Secy, of the Board of Vet. 
Studies, J. Share- Jones, M.Sc, F.R.C.V.S.). The courses prepare for 
the examns. (held at the Univ.) of the R.C.V.S. The course for the 
membership extends over 4 yrs. The Univ. Diploma is awarded to 
candidates who, possessing the registrable qualification to practise 
and having attended approved courses during 6 mos., pass the pre- 
scribed examn. 

Law. The courses prepare students for the examns. of the Univ., 
of the Council of Legal Education, and of the Law Society. 

Engineering. The courses leading to the Bachelorship afford 
training for the vocations of Engineer, Naval Architect, Architect and 
Surveyor. The Certif. in Engin. requires a 2 yrs. course. A 4th yr. 
of study is arranged leading to the examns. in the Honours Schools 
(Mech., Elec, Civil, Marine, Naval Archit.) and the Diploma. 

Post-grad. Courses. The qualifications for admission to the 
M.A. and other higher degrees of students who have graduated or 
conducted researches in this Univ., and of those who come from other 
Univs. for advanced study or research, are similar to those prescribed 
by Manchester (q.v.), but the M.Eng. cannot be taken until 3 yrs. 
after the B.Eng. The Master's degree may be obtained by research 
as well as by examn. Advanced study and research are among the 
conditions of tenure of all fellowships and almost all the post-grad, 
scholarships and studentships. The Univ. assists research students 
by special grants for maintenance and apparatus. 

Training of Teachers. The Diploma is intended for grads. in 
Arts or Science, and is designed to meet the requirements of the Board 
of Education regarding the Training of Teachers for Secondary Schools. 
The Univ. Training Coll. is for Teachers in Elem. Schools. It is a 
Dept. of the Univ. recognized by the Board of Educn. Candidates for 
admission must ordinarily be over 18 years of age and enter either 
as 4 yrs. students to follow a degree course or as certificated students 
o r 1 yr.'s training. 



238 LIVERPOOL 

Scholarships for Graduates. Research fellowships and scholar- 
ships of the aggregate value of upwards of ^2000 are offered annually. 
Most of them are for research in medical or other scientific subjects 
and are open to students of the Univ. of 2 or more years standing. 
Six of /ioo, each tenable for 1 yr. and renewable, are open to any 
qualified medical student. One of the same value is open to members 
of Colonial Univs. and Med. Schools or Colonials possessing British 
qualifications, and one to members of Univs. and Med. Schools in the 
U.S.A. or other foreign schools. The Stanley Jevons studentship of 
£70, tenable for 2 yrs. (offered sexennially), is open to persons qualified 
for research in Econ. Science. 

Appointments. A register of grads. containing full information 
as to their after careers is being prepared. An Apptmts. Committee 
exists, and is prepared to submit to employers the names of suitable 
men and women, grads. of the Univ., for posts of varied types. 

Women Students and Officers. The Charter provides (clause 
27) that " women shall be eligible for any office in the Univ. . . . and 
.- 11 degrees and courses of study shall be open to women subject to 
such conditions and regns. as Statutes may prescribe." 

Residential Facilities. Univ. Hall, Fairfield (for women), is 
situated in its own grounds about a mile from the Univ. Ashton 
Rathbone Hostel, 13 Croxteth Road, is for men students of the Univ. 
Training College. A Hostel has been opened by the Institut Com- 
mercial de Paris, at 36 Prince's Road, for French students attending 
courses in the Dept. of Commerce. 

Library (upwards of 80,000 vols.) includes Rylands Collection 
of early works on Geog. and Astron., over 100 Incunabula, the final 
sheets of the Constitutiones of Clement V, printed at Mainz in 1460, &c. 

Museums and Laboratories. Anat. ; Archaeol. — Classical and 
Oriental (including a unique Hittite Collection) ; Archit. ; Bacterio- 
logy ; Biochem. ; Botany ; Chem. (including separate rooms for 
organic operations and advanced work of special character, such as 
gas and water analysis, and a Chem. Museum) ; Physical and Electro- 
Chem. ; Electricity (Applied) ; Engin. (including numerous steam, 
oil, and gas engines and steam turbines, and facilities for aerial motor 
and propeller testing and other wind experiments) ; Hygiene ; Mat. 
Med. (over 1000 specimens) ; Experimental Medicine ; Tropical 
Medicine (including Museum with preparations illustrating Trop. 
Diseases ; Research Labs, at Runcorn, 16 miles from Liv., with 
infected animal farm) ; Obst. and Gynaec. ; Path. (Lab. has fully 
equipped places for 70 students, Museum over 3000 specimens) ; 
Phys. ; Physiol, and Histol. ; Vet. Anat. and Path. ; Zool. (including 
a Sea Fisheries Lab. and Sea Fisheries, Local, Geol. and Embryol. 
and Genetics Collections). The Univ. has a right to the use of one 
of the workrooms of the Port Erin (Isle of Man) Marine Biol. Lab. 



LIVERPOOL 239 

The University Extension Board has 4 standing Committees 
in charge of (1) Local lectures — 16 centres ; (2) Tutorial Classes 
for workpeople — 3 yrs. courses are provided at Accrington, Birkenhead, 
Lancaster, and L'pool ; there is a staff lectr. ; (3) examination of 
students in Training Colls. ; (4) the Gregson Memorial Institute and 
Museum in Garmoyle Road, Smithdown Road, L'pool, intended as a 
centre for public lectures, the housing of Literary and Scientific Clubs, 
and the furtherance of higher education in the district. 

Publications. Calendar, pubd. in Jan., price is. ; Annals of 
Trop. Med. and Parasitology, quarterly — annual subs., 22s. 6d. ; 
Biochem. Journal; Annals of Archaol. and Anthrop., quarterly — 
annual subs. 10s. 6d. ; Committee for Excavation and Research in 
Wales and the Marches, 1st Annual Report, 1908-9 ; Town Planning 
Review, quarterly, 2s. 6d. ; Engin. Soc. Journal, three times a year — 
annual subs., 4s. 6d. ; Public Inaugural Lectures; various special 
pamphlets. 

Affiliated Colleges. For the whole or part of the privileges 
of Clauses 4 and 5* of Ordinance XXIX — St. Aidan's College, Birken- 
head : Principal, Rev. F. S. G. Warman, M.A., D.D. 

For the whole or part of Clause 4* — Edge Hill Training College : 
Principal, Miss S. J. Hale ; Mount Pleasant Training College : 
Principal, Miss E. M. Bellord ; Harris Institute, Preston : Principal, 
T. R. Jolly, F.C.I. S. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received (in the preceding year). Donations for 
general and special purposes, including £10,000 for the Dutton Memorial 
Chair of Entom., amounting to about £30,000. 

Special Events. In connexion with the State visit of Their 
Majesties the King and Queen to L'pool on July 11, 1913, the Univ. 
presented a loyal address to H.M. the King. 

New Departments and Posts. Chairs of Tropical Sanitation, 
of Regional Surgery, of Parasitology, and of the Philos. and Hist, of 
Maths., two Readerships in Maths, and a Lectureship in Mediaeval 
Hist, were instituted. 

* Ordinance XXIX, clause 4 — ". . . students who have attained the age of 
17 yrs. and have passed the Matricn. Examn. of the Univ., or . . . examn. 
exempting . . . shall be allowed to attend at any such Coll. or Institn. a 
part or the whole of a course of study approved by the Senate of the Univ. 
as qualifying in part or in whole for exemption from the 1st yr. of attend- 
ance upon courses of study in the Univ. ..." 

Clause 5 — " If in any subject . . . instruction be not provided by the 
Univ., students of an affiliated Coll. or Institn. . . . may attend at 
such . . . courses . . . approved by the Senate, and may present themselves 
for examn. in these subjects, provided that the attendance so offered by 
any student shall not include more than half of the whole course of study 
required by the Univ. at this stage." 



240 LIVERPOOL 

Number of Students. Full-time students preparing for the 
Bachelorship or Diploma examns., 849 (including 257 women) ; 
Bachelor students preparing for the Master's or Doctor's degree, 89 
(26 women) ; Masters and other Research students or Fellows (not 
being teachers) engaged in Research, 107 (10 women) ; students 
continuing study or Research in Europe or America, 3 ; part-time 
students preparing for Diplomas, 116 (7 women) ; occasional students, 
151 (28 women) ; evening, 316 (17 women), 

Honorary Degrees Conferred. LL.D. — W. Oulton. Litt.D. — 
Prof. John MacCunn, Mrs. John Richard Green, Prof. C. E. Vaughan. 
D.Sc. — Prof. J. Norman Collie. M.A. — Miss Fanny L. Calder, Mrs. 
John MacCunn, Henry Peet. 

Other Degrees. B.A., 69 (including 52 women) ; M.A., 27 
(11 women) ; Litt.D., 1 ; LL.B., 5 ; M.B., Ch.B., 13 (2 women) ; Ch.M., 
1 ; M.D., 8 (1 woman) ; M.D.S., 1 ; M.H., 1 ; B.Sc, 62 (24 women) ; 
M.Sc, 19 (4 women) ; D.Sc, 1 ; B.Eng., 18 ; M.Eng., 3 ; D.Eng., 1 ; 
B.Com.Sc, 1 ; Dipl. Educn., 12 (11 women) ; Dipl. Dent. Surg., 1 ; 
Certif. Archit., 10 ; Certif. Comml. Sc, 4 ; Certif. Engin., 7. 

Alteration of Curriculum. A Degree with Honours may now 
be obtained in Mediaeval as well as in Ancient and Modern History. 

A new Building to house the Faculty of Arts is being erected at 
a cost of ^30,000. 

Additions to Amenities. The women's wing of the Students' 
Union and the Gilmour Debating Hall have been completed. 

Additions to Library. A collection of books with cases pre- 
sented by the Executors of the late Mr. William Noble. 






UNIVERSITY OF LONDON 



[Constituted by Charter, 1836. Reconstituted in 1900 under 
Act 61 and 62 Vict., ch. 62, 1898.] 



Visitor 

Chancellor 

Vice-Chancellor 

Chairman of Convocation 

Principal 

Academic Registrar 



His Majesty the King in 

Council. 
Rt. Hon. Earl of Rosebery, 

K.G., K.T.,D.C.L.,&c. 
W. P. Herringham, M.D., B.A., 

F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 
Sir Edward H. Busk, M.A., 

LL.B. 
Sir Henry A. Miers, M.A., D.Sc, 

F.R.S. 



P. J. Hartog, M.A., B.Sc, 
L.-6s-Sc 
Registrar of the Council for A. Milnes, M.A. 

External Students 
Registrar of the University 

Extension Board 
Secretary to the Senate 

Secretary to the Finance 
Committee 

Superintendent of 

Examinations 
Goldsmiths' Librarian 
Public Orator 



Representative in 
Parliament 



J. Lea, M.A. 

P. M. Wallace, M.A. 
W. K. Hill, B.A. 

R. Roscoe, B.A. 

R. A. Rye 

Prof. E. A. Gardner, Litt.D.^ 

M.A. 
Sir Philip Magnus, B.A., B.Sc. 



INCORPORATED COLLEGES, SCHOOLS OF THE 
UNIVERSITY, AND INSTITUTIONS HAVING 
RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 

(Opposite each is shown the index letter or letters or number by 
which the Institution is referred to in the subsequent part of this section. 
Information concerning them is given on p. 277 et sqq.) 

241 Q 



242 



UNIVERSITY COLL. 
king's COLL. 



LONDON 

INCORPORATED COLLEGES 

U. king's coll. for women 
K. 



KW. 



SCHOOLS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



imperial coll. of science 

AND TECHNOLOGY Im. 

ROYAL HOLLOWAY COLL. Ho. 

BEDFORD COLL. FOR WOMEN BW. 

EAST LONDON COLL. EL. 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS E. 
S.E. AGRIC. COLL., WYE Ag. 

WESTFIELD COLL. Wf. 

LONDON DAY TRAINING COLL. Tl\ 

NEW COLL., HAMPSTEAD N. 

HACKNEY COLL., HAMPSTEAD H. 
REGENT'S PARK COLL. R. 

king's coll. theol. dept. KT. 

WESLEYAN COLL., RICHMOND WR. 

st. John's hall, Highbury J. 

st. Bartholomew's hospital 
medical school b. 



st. Thomas's hospl. med. sen T, 

WESTMINSTER HOSPL. MED. SCH. W. 
GUY'S HOSPL. MED. SCH. G. 

ST. GEORGE'S HOSPL. MED. SCH. SG. 
LONDON HOSPL. MED. COLL. L. 

MIDDLESEX HOSPL. MED. SCH. M. 
CHARING CROSS HOSPL. MED. SCH.C. 
LONDON (R.F.H.) SCH. OF MED. 

FOR WOMEN LW. 

UNIV. COLL. HOSPL. MED. SCH. UM. 
KING'S COLL. HOSPL. MED. SCH. KM. 

st. mary's hospl. med. sch. SM. 

LONDON SCH. OF TROP. MED. TM. 
LISTER INST. OF PREVENTIVE 

MEDICINE LI. 

ROYAL ARMY MED. COLL. AM. 

ROY. DENT. HOSP. AND LOND. 

SCH. OF DENT. SURG. D. 

NAVAL MED. SCH., GREENWICH NM. 



INSTITUTIONS HAVING RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 



1 goldsmiths' coll.* 

2 BATTERSEA POLYTECHNIC. 

3 BIRKBECK COLL. 

4 CITY OF LONDON COLL. 

5 FINSBURY TECHNICAL COLL. 

6 JEWS' COLL. 

7 NORTHAMPTON POLYT. INST. 

8 NORTHERN POLYT. INST. 

9 ROYAL VETERINARY COLL. 

10 SIR JOHN CASS TECH. INST. 

1 1 SOUTH-WESTERN POLYT. INST. 

12 WEST HAM MUNICIPAL TECH. 

INST. 

13 WOOLWICH POLYTECHNIC. 



14 MARIA GREY TRAINING COLL. 

15 ST. MARY'S COLL.,PADDINGTON 

16 DATCHELOR TRAINING COLL. 

17 BOROUGH ROAD COLL., ISLE- 

WORTH. 

* Incorporated in the Univ. 



18 st. john's coll., battersea. 

19 st. mark's coll., chelsea. 

20 royal academy of music. 

21 royal coll. of music. 

22 trinity coll. of music. 

23 guildhall sch. of music. 

23a physiol. lab. of the univ.* 

24 bethlem royal hospl. 

25 hospl. for consumption. 

26 hospl. for sick children. 

27 national dental coll. 

28 nat. hospl. for paralysed 

and epileptic. 

29 royal lond. ophthalmic 

HOSPL. 

30 SCH. OF PHARMACY. 



LONDON 



243 



PROFESSORS, READERS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

(The Teaching of the Univ. is organized under 3 categories : (1) 
conducted by the Univ. itself ; (2) conducted by the several "Schools 
of the Univ." ; (3) conducted at the other Institns. at which there are 
" Recognized Teachers of the Univ." In the following list the Institns. 
(see list above) in which the teaching is given are indicated by means 
of the index symbols placed after the designations of the teachers. 
The teachers in any School of the Univ. do not thereby become Teachers 
of the Univ. unless they have been individually recognized as such. 
Teachers not so recognized and those to whom only probationary 
recognition has been granted are not included in the following list.) 



ACCOUNTANCY [Reader E. 

DICKSEE, L. R., M.COM. BIRM., F.C.A. 

ADMINISTRATION, v. Public 

AGRICULTURE 

Agric. Zoology [Prof. Ag. 

THEOBALD, F. V., M.A. CAMB. 

Estate Management and Sur- 
veying 
HAINES, a. h. j. Ag. 

Mycology, v. Botany 

ANATOMY 

CAMERON, J., M.D., CH.B. EDIN., 
D.SC. ST. AND.* M. 

FRAZER, J. E. S.f SM. 

GREENE, W. H. C, B.A., M.B., B.C. 
CAMB.f SM. 

JAFFREY, F.,f F.Z.S. SG. 

JONES, F. W\, D.SC, M.B., B.S.,* 
F.Z.S. LW. 

MACPHAIL, A., CM., M.B. GLAS. B. 

PARSONS, F. G.,f F.Z.S. Prof. T. 

STEWARD, F. J., M.S., M.B.f G. 

THANE, G. D., LL.D. EDIN., F.R.C.S., 

f.z.s. Prof. U. 

WATERSTON, D., M.A., M.D., CM. 
EDIN., F.R.C.S.E., F.R.S.E. 

Prof. K. 

WRIGHT, W., D.SC BIR., M.B., CH.B. 

MANC.f Prof. L. 

Morbid A natomy 

SHATTOCK, S. G., F.R.C.S. Prof. T. 

(also recog. in Bad. and Path.). 
• L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 



ANTHROPOLOGY 

DERRY, D. E., M.B., CH.B. EDIN. U. 

ARCHAEOLOGY (v. also Classics 

GARDNER, E. A., M.A., LITT.D 

camb. Yates Prof. U 

A ssyrian 

KING, L. W., M.A. CAMB., F.S.A. K. 

Egyptology 

PETRIE, W. M. FLINDERS, D.CL. OX., 
LL.D. ABERD., LITT.D., PH.D., 

f.b.a., f.r.s. Edwards Prof. U. 
ARCHITECTURE 

SIMPSON, F. M., F.R.I.B.A. Prof. U. 
STRATTON, A. J., F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A. U. 
WILKINSON, L., A.R.I.B.A. U. 

Archit. and Construction 

SMITH, R. ELSEY, F.R.I.B.A. U. 

ART {Fine Art) [U. 

brown, f. Slade Prof, of Fine Art 

FRY, R. E., B.A. CAMB. 

{Hist, of A.) U. 

MARRIOTT, F., A.R.C.A., A.R.E. I. 

RUSSELL, W. W. U. 

thomas, J. h., m.a. {Sculpture) U. 

THOMSON, G. 

{Drawing and Painting) BW. 

TONKS, H. U. 

ASTRONOMY, v. Physics 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

HARDEN, A., D.SC. MANC, PH.D. 
ERL., F.R.S. Prof. LI* 

t L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 



244 

BIOLOGY 

ASSHETON, R., M.A., SC.D. CAMB. G. 
GATES, R. R., B.SC. MC.G., PH.D. 

CHIC, F.L.S. T. 

MUDGE, G. P., A.R.C.S., F.Z.S. L, LW. 
RIDEWOOD, W. G. (v. Zool.) SM. 

SHORE, T. W., M.D., B.SC, L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. B. 

TIMS, H. W. M. (v. Zool.) 9. 

UNTHANK, H. W., B.A., B.SC. 3. 

BOTANY 

BENSON, MISS M. J., D.SC Prof. Ho. 
BLACKMAN, V. H., M.A., SC.D. 

CAMB., F.R.S. Im. 

BOTTOMLEY, W. B., M.A. CAMB.. 

PH.D., F.L.S. , F.C.S. Prof. K, 
CAVERS, F., D.SC, A.R.C.S. I. 

CLARKE, LILIAN J., B.SC, F.L.S. 2. 
DE FRAINE, ETHEL L., D.SC, F.L.S. 2. 
DELF, ELLEN M., N.SC.T. CAMB.. 

B.A. DUB. Wf, 

DRABBLE, F., D.SC, A.R.C.S., F.L.S. 8. 
FARMER, J. B., M.A., D.SC. OX.. 

F.L.S., F.R.S. Im, 

FRITSCH, F. E., D.SC, PH.D. MUN.. 

F.L.S. EL, 

GROOM, P., M.A. OX. AND CAMB.. 

D.SC. OX., F.L.S. Im, 

GWYNNE-VAUGHAN, MRS., D.SC. 

F.L.S. 3, 

HALKET, ANN C, B.SC. BW. 

LACEY, H. B. II. 

LEE, E., A.R.C.S. 3. 

OLIVER, F. W., M.A. CAMB., D.SC, 

f.r.s. Quain Prof. U. 

THOMAS, MISS E. N., B.SC. 



LONDON 



Mycology 

SALMON, E. S. 

Plant Physiology 

HILL, T. G., A.R.C.S., F.L.S 



Reader B.W. 
Reader Ag. 



[U. 

Reader 



CHEMISTRY (v. also Biol.) 

ARMSTRONG, H. E., PH.D. LEIP., 
LL.D., F.R.S. Im. 

BAKER, H. B., M.A., D.SC OX., 
F.R.S. Im. 

BARGER, G., M.A. CAMB., D.SC. 

Prof. Ho. 



BARROW, F., 


M.SC 


BIR., 


PH.D. 


STRAS. 






3- 


BURKE, MISS K 


. A., B.SC. 


U. 


BURROWS, H., PH.D. HEID., A.R.C.S. 








10. 


CANDY, H. C U 


[., B.A. 


, B.SC, 


F.I.C, 


F.C.S. 






L. 


CLARKE, R. W. 


L., B.SC. 


1. 


CLOUGH, G. W., 


B.SC. 


BIR. 


3- 


COLEMAN, J. 


B., A.R.C.S., 


F.I.C, 


F.C.S. 






II. 


CROMPTON, H., 


F.C.S. 




BW. 


CROSSLEY, A. W., D.SC 


. MANC 


. PH.D. 


WURZ., F.R.S. 


Prof. 30. 


DEAN, G... M.A. 


CAMB. 




12. 


DONNAN, F. G 


., M.A. 


R.U.I., 


PH.D. 



LEIP., F.R.S. 

Prof, of Genl. Chem. U. 

FORSTER, M. O., D.SC, PH.D. WURZ., 

F.I.C, F.R.S. Im. 

GRAY, R. W., PH.D. BONN U. 

HEWITT, J. T., M.A. CAMB., D.SC, 

PH.D. HEID., F.R.S. Prof. EL. 
HODGSON, H. H., M.A. CAMB., B.SC, 

PH.D. HEID. 8. 

HURTLEY, W. H., D.SC. B. 

JONES, H. C, F.I.C. Im. 

KEANE, C A., D.SC. MANC, PH.D. 

BAV., F.I.C IO. 

KELLAS, A. M., B.SC, PH.D. HEID. M. 
KIRKALDY, P. H., F.I.C. K. 

LANDER, G. D., D.SC. LOND. AND 

ST. AND. 9. 

LE SUEUR, H. R., D.SC, F.I.C. T. 

LOWE, F. H., M.SC MANC. II. 

LOWRY, T. M., D.SC, F.C.S. 

Reader G. 

MC KENZIE, A., M.A., D.SC ST. AND., 

PH.D. BERL. 3. 

MARTIN, G., B.SC, PH.D. ROS., M.SC. 

BRIS. 3. 

MELDOLA, R., D.SC. OX., LL.D. ST. 

AND., F.R.S. Prof. 5. 

MELLAND, G., M.SC. MANC, A.R.S.M., 

F.I.C. 13. 

MILLS, W. S., D.SC. R.U.I. 13. 

PHILIP, J. C. M.A., D.SC ABERD., 

PH.D. GOTT. Im. 

POPE, F. G., B.SC EL. 



LONDON 



RAWSON, S. G., D.SC., F.I.C. 2. 

ROBERTSON, P. W., M.A., M.SC. N.Z , 
PH.D. LEIP., B.A. OX. Illl. 

ROBERTSON, W., A.R.C.S. Im. 

SENTER, G., D.SC, PH.D. LEIP. 

Reader SM. 

SMILES, S., D.SC. U. 

SMITH, C, D.SC, A.R.C.S. EL. 

SMITH, H. L., B.SC. MANC. K. 

SPENCER, J. F., D.SC. LIV., PH.D. 

BRES. BW. 

STREATFEILD, F. H. 12. 

TUCK, W. B., D.SC. U. 

WATSON, W. H., B.SC. 8. 

WHITE, J. L., D.SC. DURH. 2. 

WHITELEY, MISS M. A., D.SC, 

A.R.C.S. Im. 

WIDDOWS, SIBYL T., B.SC LW. 
WILSON, J., M.SC. MANC, F.I.C 2. 

Chemistry, Genl. and Inorg. 

THOMSON, J. M., LL.D., F.I.C, F.C.S., 

f.r.s. Daniell Prof. K. 

Chemistry, Organic 

COLLIE, J. N., LL.D. GLAS., D.SC. 
LIV. AND BELF., PH.D. WURZ., 

f.i.c, f.r.s. Prof. U. 

CROCKER, J. C, M.A. CAMB., D.SC. 1 1 . 
JACKSON, H., F.I.C, F.C.S. Prof. K. 

Chem., Path. (v. also Biochem.) 

FLACK, M. W., M.A., M.B., B.CH. OX. 

(C.P. and Physiol.) L. 
garrod, a. e. (v. Med. — Dis.) B. 

GOODBODY, F. W., 

B.A.O., B.A. DUB. 
HARLEY, E. V. B., 

M.R.C.P., F.C.S. 
MACLEAN, H., D.SC 

ABERD., M.SC. 
WILLCOX, W. H. 



F.R.C.P., F.I.C. 

(also in Med.- 



M.D., B.CH., 
M.R.C.P. U. 
M.D. EDIN., 

U. 

M.D., CH.B. 
LIV. T. 

, M.D., B.SC, 
F.C.S., D.P.H. 

-For. and Clin.) 
SM. 



Chemistry, Physiological 

GARDNER, J. A., M.A. OX., F.I.C, 

f.c.s. Reader 23a, SG, LW. 

plimmer, r. h. a., d.sc. Reader U. 

(also recog. in Physiol.) 



Chemical Technology 

BONE, W. A., D.SC MANC. 
HEID. 



245 



PH.D. 

Im. 



COMMERCE 

SARGENT, A. J. : 



m.a. ox. Prof. E. 



DENTISTRY 

D. Anat. and Physiol. 

HOPEWELL-SMITH, A.* 

hopson, m. F.,f f.l.s. (D.Anat.) 

MAGGS, W. A.* 
PARE, J. W., M.D 

D. Mechanics 

GABELL, D. P.* 



PAYNE, J. L.* 
ROSE, H.f 

D. Surgery 

ACKLAND, R. C* 
BENNETT, N. G., 



D. 
G. 
G. 

CM. EDIN.f 27. 

D. 
G. 

27. 



M.A., M.B. 



CAMB.* 
COLYER, J. F.* 
DOLAMORE, W. 



GLASSINGTON, 

fEDIN. 
RELPH, H. J.* 
ROUW, R. W.* 
SPOKES, P. S., 
TURNER, J. G., 
WALLIS, C E." 



B. 
B.C. 

SG. 
C. 

h.* (Operative D.S.) 
SM, D. 

C W., M.R.C.S., 

W. 
27. 

G. 

M.R.CS.f UM. 

L.R.C.P., F.R.CS.f D. 

KM. 



ECONOMICS (v. also Pub. Adm., 
Sociol., Stats., Transp.) 

ARMITAGE-SMITH, G., M.A., D.LIT. 

(also in Ment. and Mor. Sc.) 3. 

ATKINSON, MABEL, M.A. GLAS. 

{E. and Ec. Hist.) KW. 

CANNAN, E., M.A. OX., LL.D. 

Prof, of Pol. Econ. E. 

FOXWELL, H. S., M.A. CAMB., F.B.A. 

Prof, of Pol. Econ. U,E. 

RANKIN, G. C, M.A. EDIN. 

{Logic and Principles of E.) 3. 

URWICK, E. J., M.A. OX. K. 

Econ. Hist. (v. also Econ., Hist. — 
Const., PalcBog., Pub. Adm.) 

KNOWLES, MRS., LITT.D. DUB., H.T. 

and l.t. camb. Reader E. 



* L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., L.D.S. 



f L.D.S. 



246 



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AND.. M.A., 

Prof. Tr. 

Prof. K. 

16. 

14. 

18. 



15. 

Tr. 

C.T. 
16. 

15. 
19. 

14. 



EDUCATION 

ADAMS, J., LL.D. ST. 

B.SC. GLAS. 
ADAMSON, J. W., B.A. 
CARPENTER, CLARA E. 
CLARKE, KATE M. 
DENNIS, H. W., M.A. OX. 
DEUTSCH, HENRIETTE, H.T. I. AND 

II. CAMB., B.A. DUB. 
HAGUE, J. C, M.A. MANC. 
HASLAM, KATHARINE S. E., 

CAMB., M.A. DUB. 
HOLMER, MAY R. N., M.A. DUB. 
HUDSON, R., M.A. CAMB. 
JOHNSTON, MISS K. L., B.A., 

MOR.SC.T. CAMB. 
MELHUISH, SARA, M.A. MANC. BW. 
NICHOLSON, MISS A. M., M.L.T. 

CAMB., M.A. 14. 

nunn, t. p., m.a., d.sc. Prof . Tr. 

POWELL, MISS H. L., H.T. CAMB. 15. 
PUNNETT, MARGARET, B.A. Tr. 

RIGG, CAROLINE E. l6. 

SACHS, IDA B., MA.T., H.T. II. CAMB. 

14. 

Pedagogy as applied to Music 

WARRINER, J., MUS.D. DUB. 22. 

ENGINEERING (v. also Archit.) 

CAPPER, D. S., M.A. EDIN., 

M.i.c.E.f X Prof. K. 

DALBY, W. E., M.A. CAMB., B.SC, 
M.I.C.E.,t A.M.I.N.A., F.R.S. 

Prof. Im. 

WAYNFORTH, H. M.* J Prof. K. 

Civil Engineering 

JAMESON, A. H., M.SC. MANC, 

m.i.ce. Prof. K. 

Simpson, prof. f. m. (v. Archit.) U. 
Civil and Mech. Engin. 

CURNOCK, W. E. M., M.SC.(ENG.) 

MANC,B.ENG.LIV.,A.M.I.E.E.2. 

LAMB, E. H., M.SC. MANC* Prof. EL. 

MARGETSON, A. J., M.SC. BRIS., 



A.M.I.M.E. Im. 
SINNATT, O. S., M.SC. MANC K. 

TAYLOR, H. G., M.SC. MANC. K. 

WHITTAKER, H., B.SC.(ENG.) Im. 

WITCHELL, E. F. D., B.SC Im. 

* A.M.I.C.E. t M.I.E.E. 



WOLFENDEN, R., M.SC MANC. K. 

Electrical Engineering 

ASHTON, A. W., M.SC. DURH. 2. 

CLINTON, W. C, B.SC.f U. 

DENTON, F. M., A.C.G.I. 7. 

DOVER, A. T., A. M.I.E.E. 2. 

FLEMING, J. A., M.A. CAMB.,f D.SC, 

f.r.s. Prof. U. 

FRIEDLAENDER, P. R.f 12. 

HAWORTH, H. F., PH.D. BALE, M.SC. 

MANC, B.ENG. LIV. Im. 

HOWE, G. W. O., M.SC. DURH.f Im. 
IRWIN, J. T., A. M.I.E.E. Im. 

JOLLEY, A. C 7. 

KEMP, P., M.SC. (TECH.) MANC. EL. 
MAKOWER, A. J., M.A. CAMB.f II. 
MATHER, T.,f F.R.S. Im. 

MORPHY, B. H., A.M. I.E. E. II. 

MORRIS, J. T.f EL. 

ROBERTSON, F. S., A. M.I.E.E. K. 

SCOTT, E. K., A.M.I.C.E.j % U, 7. 

SHAWCROSS, R. E.* K. 

SMITH, S. P., D.SC. DURH.,* 

A. M.I.E.E. Im. 

WADSWORTH, T., M.SC. MANC. 1 3. 
WALMSLEY, R. M., D.SC,t 

F.R.S.E. 7. 

WILSON, E., M.I.CE.f 

W. Siemens Prof. K. 
Thompson, prof. (v.Phys. — App.)$. 
Engineering Design 

CRUICKSHANK, A., A.M.I.M.E. Im. 
MCKAY, R. F., M.SC. DURH. Im. 

Mechanical Engin. 

ANDREW, H., M.SC. MANC 1$. 

CHAPPELL, E., B.SC,* A.C.G.I. Im. 
CLARK, H. A., WH.SC, A.R.C.S. 8. 
CORMACK, J. D., D.SC. BRUX., B.SC. 

GLAS., M.I.CE.f % Prof. U. 

GOUDIE, W. J., B.SC.J U. 

HEWSON, W., B.SC, A.R.C.S.* Im. 
HOUSTON, W. C, B.SC. GLAS.* II. 
LARARD, C E., M.I.M.E.* 7. 

LINEHAM, W. J., B.SC, M.I.CE.f % I. 
LONGLAND, W., B.SC,* A.M.I.M.E. 7. 
MACLACHLAN, D. R., B.SC. ENG. 

GLAS. 13. 

PHILPOT, H. P., B.SC, A.M.I.M.E. U. 



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SHAW, J. B., A.R.C.S. 2. 

SPRAGUE, E. H.* U. 

WELLS, G. J.,*f, M.I. MAR. E. EL. 

Mech. Engin. and Surveying 

BOSWALL, R. O., B.SC. 7. 

DUNCAN, J., M.I.M.E. 12. 

WALKER, A. J.,* A. M.I.M.E., 

A.I.E.E. 12. 

Structural Engineering 

KEITH, D. A., A.M.I.C.E. 7. 

Surveying 



ORMSBY, M. T. M., 


A.R.C.S. DUB. ; 


M.I. C.E.I. 


U, 2, 


ETHNOLOGY 




SELIGMANN, C. G., 


M.D., F.R.C.P., 


M.R.C.S., F.Z.S. 


Prof. E 



EUGENICS [Galton Prof. U. 

PEARSON, KARL, M.A., LL.D. CAMB. 
AND ST. AND., F.R.S. 



GEOGRAPHY 

MACKINDER, H. J., 



[Reader E. 

M.A. OX.. M.P. 



LYDE, L. W. 
UNSTEAD, 
D.SC. 



, M.A. OX. 

J. F., M.A. 



u. 

CAMB., 



GEOLOGY 

CARTER, W. 
COX, A. H., 

STRASS. 
DAVIES, A. 

F.G.S. 
ELSDEN, J. V. 
GARWOOD, E. 



L., M.A. 
M.SC, 



CAMB. 
BIRM 



M., 



D.SC 



D.SC. 
J., M.A. 



[EL, 8. 

F.G.S. 
,, PH.D. 
K. 
A.R.C.S., 

Im, 3. 
2. 

CAMB., SEC. 



G.s. Yates-Goldsmid Prof. U. 

MASLEN, A. J., F.L.S., F.G.S. II. 

RAISIN, MISS C. A., D.SC, F.R.G.S. 

BW. 

SIBLY, T. F., D.SC. K. 

SMITH, H. G., B.SC, A.R.C.S. I. 

WATTS, W. W., M.A., SCD. CAMB., 
M.SC. BIR., LL.D. ST. AND., 
F.G.S., F.R.S. Im. 

Geol. and Mineralogy 

EVANS, J. W., D.SC, LL.B. 3. 

Mineralogy 

CULLIS, C G., D.SC, F.G.S. Im. 



HISTORY (v. also Econ., Palcsog., 
Pub. Adm.) 

ALLEN, J. W., M.A. OX. BW. 

CLARKE, F., M.A. OX. EL. 

JOHNSTONE, MISS H., M.A. MANC 

Reader KW. 

JONES, A., M.A. MANC. 3. 

MONTAGUE, F. C, M.A. OX. U. 

REID, RACHEL R., M.A., D.LIT. U. 
SKEEL, CAROLINE A. J., D.LIT., 
C.T.I. , H.T. CAMB. Wf. 

Ancient History [U, BW. 

caspari, m. o. b., m.a. ox. Reader 

FOTHERINGHAM, J. K., M.A., D.LITT. 

ox. (also recog. in Classics) 

Reader K, KW. 

Constitutional Hist. 
wallas, g. (v. Pub. Admin.) E. 
English History 

POLLARD, A. F., M.A. OX., LITT.D. 

manc. Prof. U. 

French Hist, and Institns., Mod. 

MANTOUX,P.J.,D.-ES-L. Prof.U,E. 

Mediceval History 

HEARNSHAW, F. J. C, M.A., LL.M. 
CAMB., LL.D. DUB. Prof. K. 

Modern History 

CARLYLE, E. I., M.A. OX. Ho. 

LAUGHTON, SIR JOHN K., M.A., 

LITT.D. CAMB., D.LITT. OX. 

Prof. K, KW 
HYGIENE [Chadwick Prof. U. 

KENWOOD, H. R., CM., M.B. EDIN., % 

F.CS.,§ F.R.S.E. 
FOULERTON, A. G. R., F.R.C.S., 

F.cs.t || [Reader in H. and 
Pub. Health M. 

BRINCKER, J. A. H., B.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB.§ BW. 

BROWN, R. K., M.D., B.CH., B.A.O., 

B.A. R.U.I. § G. 

COPEMAN, S. M., M.A. CAMB., M.D., 

F.R.CP.,§ F.R.S. W. 

FEGEN, C M.,% M.R.CS.§ SG. 

GREENWOOD, M., JUNR., M.R. C.S.J 

{Statistical Methods in appli- 
cations to H. & Path.) LI. 



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NEWMAN, SIR GEORGE, M.D., CM. 


PLATT, J. A... M.A. CAMB. 




EDIN.,* F.R.S.E. B. 


Prof, of Gk. U. 


SIMPSON, W. J. R., C.M.G., M.D., 


RAMSAY, AGNES M., M.A. ABERD., 


CM. ABERD., F.R.C.P.* 


HONS. LITT. HUM. OX. 


Ho. 


KM, LW, T. 


RICHARDSON, ANNE W., B.A. 


Wf. 


SOMMERVILLE, D., M.D., B.CH., 


SOLOMON, L., M.A. OX. 


U. 


B.A.O., B.A. R.U.I., M.R.C.P., 


STRUDWICK, ETHEL, M.A. 


BW. 


F.C.S.* K. 


TARRANT, DOROTHY, M.A. 


DUB., 


SPITTA, H. R. D., M.D., B.S. DURH.,f 


C.T. I. AND II. CAMB. 


BW. 


M.R.C.S.* SG. 


TAYLOR, MISS M. E. J., M.A. 


DUB., 


THRESH, J. C, D.SC, M.D., B.CH. 


C.T. I. AND II. CAMB. 


Ho. 


MANC,* F.I.C L. 


TURNER, B. E. R., B.A. OX. 


K. 


Trop. Hyg. 

SIMPSON, W. J. R., C.M.G., M.D., 


WALTERS, W. C F., M.A. OX. 

Prof, of Classical Lit. K 


, KW. 


CM. ABERD., F.R.C.P.* TM. 


WRIGHT, F. A., M.A. CAMB. 


3- 



LANGUAGES and Lit. (v. also 
Philol., Phon.) 
African Langs. 

WERNER, ALICE 

Arabic 

ARNOLD, T. W., CLE., M.A. 
HARDING, H. G. 

Aramaic, v. Hebrew 
Burmese 

HOUGH, A. L. 

Chinese 

OWEN, G. 

Classics (v. also Hist., 

ALFORD, MARGARET, 



K. 

CAMB.U. 
J 



u. 



K. 

And.) 

C.T.I. CAMB. 

{Lat.) Wf . 

ALLEN, T. W., M.A. OX. Ho. 

BURROWS, R. M., M.A., D.LITT. 

ox. (also in Archceol.) K. 

BUTLER, H. E., M.A. OX. 

Prof, of Lat. U. 

COMPSTON, H. F. B., M.A. OX. 

{Lat.) KT. 

DONKIN, E. H., M.A. OX. Ho. 

EARP, F. R., M.A. CAMB. EL. 

KILNER, G. W., M.A. N, H, R, 3. 

MCDOUGALL, ELEANOR, M.A. W. 
MACGREGOR, J. M., M.A. OX. 

Reader in Gk. BW. 

MITCHELL, J. M., B.A. OX. EL, 3. 

PARKER, CONSTANCE E., CL. HONS. 

MOD., LITT. HUM. OX. Wf . 



English 

BLOCK, MISS K. S., M.L.T. CAMB., 
M.A. DUB. HO. 

CHAMBERS, R. W., M.A., D.LIT. 

{Lang, and Lit.) U. 

FOSTER, T. G., B.A., PH.D. STRAS. 

(Lang, and Lit. and Philol.) U. 

GOLLANCZ, I., M.A., LITT.D. CAMB., 

f.b.a. (Prof, of E. Lang, and 
Lit. K, KW. 

GRATTAN, J. H. G., B.A. (Lang.) 3. 
GUTHKELCH, A. C L., M.A. K. 

INGRAM, EMILY G., M.A. EL. 

KER, W. P., M.A. OX., LL.D. GLAS., 
LITT.D. MANC, F.B.A. 

Quain Prof, of E. Lang, 
and Lit. U. 

LEE, MARGARET L. 

ENGL. OX. 
LEE, SIR SIDNEY, 

LITT.D. MANC, 

F.B.A. 



FINAL HONS. 

KW. 

D.LITT. OX., 
LL.D. GLAS., 

Prof, of E. Lang, and 
Lit. EL. 

LOBBAN, J. H., M.A. ABERD. 

(Lang, and Lit.) 3. 

MORLEY, EDITH J., FINAL HONS. 

ENGL. OX. KW. 

ROUTH, H. V., M.A. CAMB. I. 

SPURGEON, MISS C F. E., FINAL 

HONS. ENGL. OX., D.-ES-L. 

Prof, of E. Lit. BW. 

THOMAS, P. G., M.A. CAMB. AND LIV. 

Reader in E. Lang. & Lit. BW. 



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WARREN, KATE M. 

(Lang, and Lit.) Wf . 

YOUNG, W. T., M.A. LIV. 

(Lang, and Lit.) 1 . 
Engl, and Germanic Philol. 

MURRAY, HILDA M. E. A. R., FINAL 
HONS.ENGL. OX., M.A. DUB. Ho. 

French 

BRANDIN, L. M., M.A., PH.D., 

l.-es-l. Fielden Prof, of F. 
and Romance Philol. U. 

CROSLAND, MRS., M.A. (Lang.) 3. 

HONEY, MARGARET E. D., M.A. 

(F. and Romance Philol.) Ho. 

JOHNSON, FANNY C, M.A. BW. 

KASTNER, V. E., B.-BS-L. 3. 

PAQUIER, MINA C. E. EL. 

PERRET, J. A., O.D'A. 4. 
RUDLER, G., D.-ES-L. PARIS 

Prof, of F. Lit. BW. 

salmon, a. v., b.-es-l. (F. and 

Romance Philol.) K, KW. 

SPIERS, V., M.A. OX., B.-ES-L. 

K, KW. 

TUKE, MISS M. J., M.L.T. CAMB., 

m.a. dub. (F. and Romance 
Philol.) BW. 
German (v. also Engl, and G.) 
Atkins, h.g., m.a. Reader K, KW. 

BITHELL, J., M.A. MANC. 3. 

DELP, MISS W. E., M.L.T. CAMB., 
D.S., DOC. DE L'U. PARIS Ho. 
PERRETT, W., B.A., PH.D. JENA 

Reader Wf. 

PRIEBSCH, R. C, B.A., PH.D. GRAZ. 

Prof. U. 

ROBERTSON, J. G., PH.D., M.A., B.SC. 
GLAS., PH.D. LEIP. 

Prof. U, BW. 

STEPPAT, J., B.A., PH.D. WIEN 

Reader EL. 
Greek, v. Classics 
Gujarati 

KAPADIA, S. A., M.D. BRUX., L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S. U. 

Hebrew [K, KT. 

COMPSTON, H. F. B., M.A. OX. 
GOLLANCZ, H., M.A., D.LIT. 

(Bibl., Talm., and Rabbinic H., 
Aramaic and Syriac) U. 



HIRSCHFELD, H., PH.D. STRAS. 

(Semitic Epig. and H. and 
Semitics) U, 6. 

MARMORSTEIN, A., PH.D. HEID. 

(Bible and Rabbinics) 6. 
Italian 

CIPPICO, A., DR. JURIS GRAZ. U. 

RICCI, L., B.A. PADUA K, KW, 3, 4. 

Latin, v. Classics 
Persian 

WILSON, C. E., B.A. U. 

Russian 

ORLOFF, N., M.A. ST. PET. K. 

Sanskrit 

BARNETT, L. D., M.A., LITT.D. 
MANC, M.A. CAMB. U. 

Semitics (v. also Hebrew) 

BUCHLER, A., PH.D. LEIP. 6. 

DAICHES, S., PH.D. LEIP. 6. 

Tamil and Telugu 

FRAZER, R. W., B.A., LL.B. DUB. U. 

Tibetan [Reader U. 

THOMAS, F. W., M.A. CAMB., PH.D. 

Turkish 

TIEN, A., PH.D. ROME K. 

LAW 

CUTLER, J., K.C., M.A. OX. 

(Engl. Law) K. 

DISNEY, H. W., B.A. OX. 

(Railway L.) E. 

GREEN, J. S., LL.B., M.A., B.C L. OX. 

(Equity and Conveyancing) 3. 

GRIFFITH, W. H., B.A. CAMB. 

(Common L.) K. 

hibbert, w. n., ll.d. (Roman L. 

and Jurispr.) K. 

HIGGINS, A. P., M.A., LL.D. CAMB. 

(Internat. L.) E. 

HUMPHRIES, S., B.A., LL.B. CAMB. 

(Comml. and Merc. L.) 4. 

HURST, G. H. J., M.A., LL.M. CAMB. 

Reader in Engl. L. U. 

LEE, R. W., M.A., B.C.L. OX. 

(Rom. Dutch L.) U. 

MACDONELL, SIR JOHN, C.B., M.A., 
LL.D. ABERD., F.B.A. Quain 

Prof, of Comparative L. U. 

MACKAY, H. J. H., M.A., LL.B. GLAS. 

(Engl. L.) K. 



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MANSON, E. W. O'D., B.A. OX. 

(Comtnl. L.) E. 

morgan, j. h., m.a. {Const. L. and 

Colonial Const. L.) U, E. 

morice, b., ll.b. (Common 

and Comml. L.) 3. 

MURISON, A. F., M.A., LL.D. ABERD. 

(Jurispr. and Roman L.) U. 

neill, j. w. {Indian L.) U. 

page, a., b.a. ox. (Comml. L. and 

Crim. L. and Procedure) E, K. 

PAGET, SIR JOHN R., BART., K.C., 
B.A., LL.B. CAMB. 

{Banking L.) K. 

WRIGHT, R. A., M.A. CAMB. {Industr. 

and Comml. L.) E. 
LOGIC, v. Philos. 
MATHEMATICS 

AIREY, J. R., M.A. CAMB., B.SC. 12. 
BRYANT, R., B.A., D.SC. 4. 

CHURCHILL, W. F. S., M.A. OX. EL. 
CLAY, R. S., B.A. CAMB., D.SC. 8. 

COATES, C. V., M.A. R.U.I. 3. 

COLEMAN, P., M.A. OX. 8. 

CURZON, H. E. J., M.A. CAMB., 
B.SC. I. 

DALE, J. B., M.A. CAMB. K. 

EDWARDS, R. W. K., M.A. CAMB. 

K, KW. 

FORSYTH, A. R., M.A., SC.D. CAMB., 
LL.D., F.R.S. Im. 

GRIEVE, A. B., M.A., D.SC. EDIN. EL. 

HARRIS, H. H., M.A. CAMB. 2. 

HARVEY, F. W., M.A. R.U.I., B.SC. 2. 

HATTON, J. L. S., M.A. OX. EL. 

HIGGINS, ELLEN C, B.A., FINAL 
HONS. MATHS. OX. Ho. 

HILL, M. J. M., M.A., SC.D. CAMB., 
LL.D. ST. AND., F.R.S. 

Astor Prof. U. 

HILTON, H., M.A., D.SC. OX. 

Prof. BW. 

HUDSON, HILDA P., MA.T. I. AND II. 
CAMB., M.A. DUB. 12. 

ISSERLIS, L., B.A. CAMB. 12. 

KLUGH, H., B.A. CAMB. Im. 

LE BEAU, G. S., M.A. OX. EL. 

LISTER, J., A.R.C.S., A.I.E.E. II. 

* L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 



LONEY, S. L., M.A. CAMB. Ho. 

MILLER, T. H., M.A., D.SC. GLAS. 17. 
NICHOLSON, J. W., M.A. CAMB., 

M.SC. MANC, D.SC. Prof. K. 
PICK, MARION, HONS. MATHS. OX., 

M.A. HO. 

RHIND, A., B.SC, A.R.C.S. 8. 

ROWELL, ETHEL M., HONS. MATHS. 

AND MOD. OX. HO. 

SALMON, W. H., B.A. CAMB., B.SC. 

7, II. 
SAXELBY, F. M., M.SC. MANC, B.A. 2. 
SHOVELTON, S. T., M.A. OX. K. 

SMART, E. H., M.A. CAMB. 3. 

SMITH, R. T., B.A. CAMB. I 3. 

SNOW, E. C, M.A. OX., D.SC IO. 

TURNER, G. C, B.SC, A.I.E.E. I. 

WHITBY, LILIAN J., B.A., HONS. 

MATHS. OX. Wf. 

WHITE, S. A. F., M.A. OX. Prof. K. 
WRIGLEY, P. T., M.A. CAMB. Im. 

Applied Maths, and Mechanics 

FILON, L. N. G., M.A., D.SC, F.R.S. 

Goldsmid Prof. U. 

Geometry 

WHITEHEAD, A. N., M.A., SC.D. 

camb., f.r.s. Reader U. 

Graphics 
eccles, w. h., d.sc. Reader U. 

MEDICINE and Surgery (v. also 
Zool.—Med.) 
A ncesthetics 

BERRY, MRS., M.D., B.S. LW. 

BLUMFELD, J., M.D., B.C., B.A. 

CAMB. SM. 

BRAINE, C C* C 

BUXTON, D. W., M.D., B.S., M.f, 

M.J UM. 

GILL, R., B.SC, M.B., B.S., F.J B. 
HEWITT, SIR FREDERIC W., M.V.O., 

M.D. M.A. CAMB., M.J SG. 

LOW, H., M.A., M.B., B.C. CAMB., 

L.f, M.J T. 

PROBYN-WILLIAMS, R. J., M.D. 

DURH., L.f, M.J L. 

ROWELL, G.* G. 

SILK, J. F. W., M.D., M.J KM. 

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M.C. CAMB., 

G. 

,|| B, 28. 



ABERD., 
PRINGLE, J. 

F.f 

SEQUEIRA, J. H., M.D., 

STAINER, E., M.A., M.D 

F.f 
WHITFIELD, A., M.D.,^| 



Aural Surgery [SG. 

BULL, W. C, M.A., M.B. CAMB., F.J 
CHEATLE, A. H.|| KM. 

DE SANTI, P. R. W.|| W. 

FAGGE, C. H., M.S., M.B.|| G. 
GRANT, J. D., M.D., CM., M.A. EDIN., 

F.J (also in Laryng.) 25. 

hill, g. w., m.d., b.sc. (also in 

Laryng.) SM. 

MARRIAGE, H. J., M.B., B.S.,|| T. 

MOLLISON, W. M., M.A., 

SCOTT, S. R., M.S., M.B 
TILLEY, H., M.D., B.S., 

(also in Laryng.) UM. 

TOD, H. F., M.D., B.C., M.A. CAMB.,|| 

L. 

WAGGETT, E. B., M.A., M.B., B.C. 
CAMB., L.f, M.J 

(also in Laryng.) C. 

west, c. e.|| B. 

Bacteriology (v. also Path. Exp.) 

ANDREWES, PROF. F.W. (v. Path.) B. 
BERNSTEIN, J. M., M.B., M.f,§ W. 
BULLOCH, W., M.D., CM. ABERD., 

f.r.s. (recog. in Path.) Prof. L. 

CHAMBERS, HELEN, M.D., B.S. LW. 
DOUGLAS, CAPT. S. R., L.f, M.J SM. 

dudgeon, l. s. (v. Path.) T. 

EMERY, W. D'E., M.D., B.SC, L.f, 

m.J (also in Path.) KM. 

EYRE, J. W. H., M.D., M.S. DURH., 

L.f, m.J, §, f.r.s.e. Reader G. 

FOULERTON, A. G. R. (v. Hyg.) M. 
GOADBY, K. W., L.f, M.J, L.D.S.§ 2J . 
HEWLETT, R. T., M.D., % D.P.H. 

(recog. in Path.) Prof. K. 

LEDINGHAM, J. C G., M.A., M.B., 

ch.b., b.sc. aberd. Reader LI. 

PETRIE, G. F., M.D., CH.B. ABERD. 

LI. 
shattock, prof. s. g. (v. Anat.) T. 

SMITH, J. H., B.A. OX., M.B., CH.B. 

EDIN. LI. 

TAYLOR, F. E., M.D., B.S., M.A., M.SC. 

MANC, M.B. , CH.B. ,§,M.f,F.J K. 

Dermatology (v. also Surg.) 

ADAMSON, H. G., M.D.,^[ B. 

* Clinical. 
tR.C.P. jR.CS. § D.P.H. Camb. II L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S 



M.A. 



M.D. 



DORE, S. E., M.A., M.D. 

M.fJ 
FOX, W. S., M.D., B.C 

M.f J, F.Z.S, 
GALLOWAY, J., M.A., 

ABERD., F.f J 
GRAY, A. M. H., M.D., 

F.J 
LITTLE, E. G. G., B.A., M.D.,^ 

MACLEOD, J. MACL. H., M.D., 
M.A. ST. AND., 
J., CM., M.B. 



B.S. 



CAMB., 
W. 

CAMB., 

SG. 

CM. 
C. 

M.f, 

UM, 
SM. 

CM. 
M.f C 
EDIN., 

M. 

F.f J L. 

, B.CH. OX., 

T. 
KM. 



Diseases of Children 

COLMAN, W. S., M.D.,*[[ 26. 

Dis. of Child, and Medicine 



BATTEN, F. E., 
CAMB., F.f 

CAMERON, 
GLAS. 

FLETCHER 
CAMB 



M.D. 



H. C, M.A. 
M.D. CAMB., 

H. M., M.A 

F.R.CP. 



GARROD. A. E., M.D. 



B.C, M.A. 
26, *28. 
CAMB. AND 
M.R.C.P. G. 
, M.D., B.C. 
B. 
M.A. OX.,^|, 



f.r.s. (also in Chem. 



Path.) 
26, B. 

Hutchison, R. (v. Pharm.) 26, L. 

POYNTON, F. J., M.D., F.f 26, UM. 
STILL, G. F., M.D., B.C, M.A. CAMB., 

F.f 26, KM. 

THOMPSON, H. T., B.SC, M.D., B.C, 

M.A. CAMB., F.f J 26, *L, 

THURSFIELD, J. H., M.D., M.A. OX.. 

F.f 26, B. 

VOELCKER, A. F., M.D., B.S.,^| 26, M. 

young, R. a. (v. Pharm.) M,*25. 
Dis. of Child, and Surg. 

FAIRBANK, H. A. T., M.S., M.B.,||, 
L.D.S. 26, C. 

KELLOCK, T. H., M.D., M.C. CAMB., 
M.A. ,|| 26, M. 

LANE, SIR W. A., BART., M.S., M.B., 
F.J 26, G. 



HF.R.C.P.,M.R.C.S. 



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HEDLEY, J. P., M.A., M.C., M.B. 

CAMB., M.f, F.J T. 

VAUGHAN - SAWYER, MRS., M.D., 

B.S. LW. 

Dis. of W. and Midwifery 

BERKELEY, G. H. A. C, M.A., M.D., 

M.C. CAMB.4 M. 

BONNEY, W. F. V., M.D., M.S., B.SC, 

M.f, F.J M. 

FAIRBAIRN, J. S., M.A., M.B., B.CH. 

OX., F.f J T. 

MAXWELL, R. D., M.D., F.J L. 

PLAYFAIR, H. J. M., M.D., M.f, 

F.J KM. 

ROBINSON, G. H. D., M.D., B.S. ,^[ W. 
WILLEY, MRS., M.D., M.S., B.SC. LW. 
WILLIAMSON, H., M.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB.,^ B. 

Forensic Med. (v. also Chem. — 
Path.) 

BERNSTEIN, J. M. (v. Bad.) W. 

BREND, W. A., M.A. CAMB., M.B., 

B.SC. C. 

COLLIER, J. S., M.D., B.SC, F.f 

(also in Med.) SG,*26 

LYSTER, R. A., B.SC, M.D., CH.B., 
B.SC (PUB. HEALTH), D.P.H. 
BIR. B. 

B.C. CAMB., 
G. 

T. 

M.A. OX., 

F.f J (also in Med.) L. 

SMITH, W. R., M.D., CM. ABERD., 
D.SC EDIN., D.P.H., LL.D. 
CAMB., F.R.S.E. KM. 

WETHERED, F. J., M.D.,^| M. 

Helminthology 

LEIPER, R. T., D.SC, M.B., CH.B. 
GLAS. TM. 

Laryngology (v. also Aural Surg.) 

BARWELL, H. S., M.B.,|| SG. 

GRAHAM, C I., || SM. 

HARMER, W. D., M.C, M.B., M.A. 

CAMB.,|| B. 

HOWARTH, W. G., M.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB., || T. 

• Clinical. f R.C.P. $ 

1 F.R.C.P 



RYFFEL, J. H., 


M.A., 


B.SC, F.I.C 




SMITH, E., M.D., 


M.J 


SMITH, F. J., 


M.D 



LACK, H. L., M.D. ,|| 
ROBINSON, H. B., M.D. 



ROSE, F. 

CAMB. 
THOMSON, 

F.fJ 



A.. M.A., 



M.S., F 
M.B.. 



SIR ST. CLAIR. 



L. 
X T. 

B.C. 

B. 

M.D., 

KM. 



Medicine and Clin. Med. (v. 
also Dis. of Child., Forensic 
Med., Path, and Pharmacol.) 

BOSANQUET, W. C, D.M., M.A. OX., 
F.f C, 2 S . 

BOX, C R., M.D., B.S., B.SC, F.f J T. 

BRADFORD, SIR J. R., K.C.M.G., 
M.D., D.SC,*[[, F.R.S. UM. 

BRISCOE, J. C, M.D.,^f *KM, 

BROADBENT, SIR J. F. H., BART., 
M.D., B. CH., M.A. OX.,^ SM. 



BROWN, W. L., 


M.A., M.D., 


B.C. 


CAMB., F.f 




B. 


BUZZARD, E. F., 


M.D., B.CH., 


M.A. 


OX., F.f 




28. 


CARMALT- J ONES, 


D. W., M.A. 


OX., 


M.D., B.CH., M.f J 


W. 


CARR, J. W., M.D. ; 


, B.S., F.f J 


LW. 


CASSIDY, M. A., 


M.A., M.D., 


B.C. 


CAMB.,^| 




*T. 


COCK, JULIA, M.D. 


BRUX., L.f] 


:., l.J 


EDIN., L.M. 




LW. 


COCKAYNE, E. A. 


, M.A., M.D. 


ox., 


M.f 




M. 


CRAWFURD, R. H 


. P., M.D., B.CH., 


M.A. OX., F.f 




KM. 


DAWSON, SIR 


BERTRAND 


E., 



K.C.V.O., M.D., B.SC,TJ L. 

DE SOUZA, D. H., M.D., B.S., D.SC, 

M.f J *W. 

DRYSDALE, J. H., M.D., B.C., M.A. 

CAMB.,!} B. 

ELLIOTT, T. R., M.A., M.D. CAMB., 

M.f *UM. 

FAWCETT, J., M.D., B.S., F.f J G. 
FENTON, W. J., M.A., M.D., B.C. 

CAMB., F.f *C, 25. 

FORSYTH, D., M.D., D.SC,^f C. 

FRENCH, H. S., M.D., B.CH., M.A. 

OX., F.f G. 

galloway, j. (v. Dermatol.) C. 

R.C.S. II L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 

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GOLLA. F. L., M.A., M.B., B.CH 

M.f 
GOSSAGE, A. M., M.D., B.CH., 

OX..H 

HABERSHON, S. H., M.D., 

CAMB.,^f 
HADLEY, W. J. 

D.P.H. 
HARRIS, W., B.A., M.D., B.C. CAMB., 

F.f, F.Z.S. SM. 

HARTLEY, P. H.-S., C.V.O., M.D., 

B.C., M.A. CAMB.,^ 25. 

HAWKINS, H. P., M.D., B.CH., M.A. 



M.D. DURH. 



. OX., 
*SG. 
M.A. 

w. 

M.A. 
25. 

F-tt 
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F.R.S. 
HERRINGHAM, W. 

AND DUB.,^| 

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T. 

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L. 

M.D. OX. 

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RUSSELL, J. S. R., M.D., CM. EDIN., 
F.f UM, 28. 

SAINSBURY, H., M.D.,^[ LW. 

SHAW, H. B., M.D., B.S., F.f t 

UM, 25. 

SHAW, L. E., M.D.,^J G. 

SMITH, L. A., M.D.,^| L. 

STEWART, J. P., M.D., CM., M.A. 

EDIN.,^| W. 

STEWART, T. G., M.D., CH.B. EDIN., 

F.f *28. 

STODDART, W. H. B., M.D., B.S.,^| 24. 
TAYLOR, J., M.A., M.D. EDIN., F.f 28. 
TIRARD, N. I. C, M.D.,^[ KM. 

TOOTH, H. H., C.M.G., M.A., M.D. 

CAMB.,1[ *B, 28. 

M.D., 



TURNER, 

TURNEY, 
OX., 

WALL, R 
OX., 

WARNER, 



W. A., 



HOLMES, G. M., M.D. DUB. 

B.A.O., B.A., M.f 
JEX-BLAKE, A. J., M.A., M.B., B.CH. 

ox., F.f *SG, 25. 

KIDD, P., M.A., M.D. OX.,^[ *L. 

LATHAM, A. C, M.A., D.M., B.CH. 

ox.,H SG. 

LEWIS, T., M.D., D.SC WALES, 

F.f UM. 

LUFF, A.P.,M.D.,B.SC,^[, D.P.H. SM. 
MAC CORMAC, H., M.B., CH.B. EDIN., 

M.f 
MACKENZIE, H. W. G., M.A 

CAMB.,^1 
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CAMB., M.f 
MILLER, R. H., M.D., B.S., M.f J *SM. 
MOTT, F. W., M.D., B.S.,^[, F.R.S. C. 
PASTEUR, W., M.D.,^| 
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CAMB.,^ 
PERRY, SIR E. C, 

CAMB.,^{ 
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CAMB., F.f 
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RUSSELL, A. E., M.D., B.S.,^[ 

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CM. EDIN., 

*KM, 28. 

H. G., D.M., M.CH., M.A. 

F.ft T. 

C B., D.M., B.CH.,' M.A. 

IF *L, 25. 

F., M.D., F.f f L. 

WETHERED, F. J., M.D.,^| M, 2$. 

WHITE, W. H., M.D.,^ G. 

WILLIAMSON, O. K., M.A., M.D. 
CAMB.,^ *W. 

WILTSHIRE, H. W.. M.A., M.D., B.C. 



CAMB., M.f J 


♦KM. 


WYNTER, W. E., M.D., B.S., F 


■tJM. 


Mental Diseases 




BOND, C H., D.SC, M.D., 


CH.M. 


EDIN., M.f 


M. 


CHAMBERS, J., M.A., M.D., 


M.CH. 


R.U.I. 


M. 


COLE, R. H., M.D., M.f % 


SM. 


CRAIG, M., M.A., M.D., 


B.C. 


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G. 


HART, B., M.B., M.f 


UM. 


JONES, R., M.D., B.S., F.f X 


B. 


PHILLIPS, J. G. P., M.D., B.S., L.f, 


M.J 


24. 


SMITH, R. P., M.D., B.S..TI 


T. 


STEEN, R. H., B.A. R.U.I. ; 


M.D., 


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STODDART, W. H. B., M.D., 


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TUKE, T. 

M.t 
WILL, J. K., 

ABERD. 

Midwifery (v 

ANDREWS, H. R. 
BLACKER, G. F., 



M.A., M.B. 



B.CH. OX., 
SG. 

M.A., M.D., CM. 

L. 
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m.d., B.s.,1f L. 

M.D., B.S., F.t t 

UM. 

B.C. CAMB., 

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CAMB., 

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CM. 



M.D. 



M.A. 



M.D. 



DODD, S., M.A., 

M.f, F.jE. 
EDEN, T. W., 

F.f JE. 
GOW, W. J., M.D.,^{ 
GRIFFITH, W. S. A. 

F.f I 

PHILLIPS, J., M.A., M.D. CAMB.,^[ KM. 
SMITH, G. BELLINGHAM, M.B., B.S. 

F.t G. 

SPENCER, H. R., M.D., B.S.,^ UM. 
STABB. A. F., M.B., B.C. CAMB.,^| SG. 
STEVENS, T. G., M.D., M.f, F.t SM. 
TATE, W. W. H., M.D.,T| T. 

Neurology 

HERTZ, A. F., M.D., B.CH 

F.f 
HOWELL, C M. H., M.A. 

F-t 
THOMSON, H. C, M.D.,^[ 
WILSON, S. A. K., M.A., B.SC, 

EDIN., M.f 

Ophthalmology 

CARGILL, L. V., || 
COATS, G., M.D. 

f4 

COLLINS, E. T.,|| 

EASON, H. L., M.D., 

FISHER, J. H., M.B. 

FLEMMING, P., M.D., B.S., F.t UM, 29. 

GRIMSDALE, H. B., B.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB., F.J SG. 

HARTRIDGE, G.,|| W. 

HEPBURN, M. L., M.D., B.S.,|| 29. 

JAMES, R. R.,|| SG. 

JESSOP, W. H. H., M.A., M.B. CAMB., 

F.J B. 

LANG, W., F.R.C.S. M. 

LAWFORD, J. B., M.D., CM. 

MCG.,|| T, 29* 

X R.C.S. 



ox., 

G. 

ox., 

28. 

M. 

M.D. 
28. 



KM. 

CH.B. GLAS., 

SM, 29. 

29, c. 

M.S., L.f, M.t G. 

b.s.,11 T, 29. 



LAWSON, A 
LISTER, W. T., 

CAMB., || 
LYLE, H. W., M.D 
MARSHALL, C D. 
ORMOND, A. W.,|| 
PARSONS, J. H., 

F-J 
PATON, L. J. 

B.A., F.J 
ROXBURGH, A. 

ox.,|| 

SPICER, W. T. H. 

F-J 
WORTH. C A.. II 



M.D. BRUX. 



M.B. 



B.S. 



II M, 29. 

B.C., B.A. 
L. 

KM. 

I 29. 

G. 

D.SC, M.B., B.S., 

UM, 29. 

M.B., B.C. CAMB., 

SM, 28. 

B., M.A., M.B., B.CH. 

L. 

M.A., M.B. CAMB., 

B, 29. 

29. 



t R C.P 



Pathology (v. also Anat. — Morb., 
Chem., Hyg., and Med. — Bad.) 

ANDREWES, F. W., M.A., M.D., B.CH. 

OX.,%D.P.H. CAMB. Prof. B. 

BOLTON, C, M.D., B.S., D.SC,^f 

(also in Med.) UM. 

CHAMBERS, HELEN, M.D., B.S. LW| 

dalton, n., M.D.,Tf (also in Med.) 

KM, 

DANIELS, C W., B.A., M.B. 

CAMB.,^[ TM. 

dudgeon, l. s., F.f Reader T. 

HEBB, R. G., M.D., M.A. CAMB.,^| W. 
HICKS, J. A. B., M.D., B.S., D.P.H. W| 
HUNTER, W., M.D., CM. EDIN.,^[ 

Reader C% 

INMAN, A. C, M.A., M.B., B.CH. 

ox. 25. 

LAKIN, C. E., M.D., B.S., F.J, M.f 

(also in Med., Clin.) M. 

LANGMEAD, F. S., M.D.,^[ LW. 

LAZARUS-BARLOW, W. S., B.A., 

M.D., B.C. CAMB., Ff. M. 

MARTIN, S. H. C, M.D., B.S., B.SC,^j, 

f.r.s. (also in Med.) UM. 

RIDGE, P. B., M.B., B.CH., B.A.O. 

R.U.I. KM. 

ROLLESTON, H. D., M.A., M.D., B.C. 

camb., F.f (also in Med.) SG. 

SPILSBURY, B. H., B.A., M.B., B.CH. 

OX. SM. 

THIELE, F. H., M.D., B.SC, F.f UM. 

|| L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 



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TREVOR, R. S., M.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB. SG. 

TURNBULL, H. M., M.A., B.CH., D.M. 

OX., L.f, M.J L. 

Pathology, Experimental 

MARTIN, C. J., D.SC., M.B., M.J, 

f.r.s. Prof. LI. 

WRIGHT, SIR ALMROTH E., M.D., 
B.CH., SC.D. DUB., B.A. CAMB., 

f.r.s. (recog. in Bad.) 

Prof. SM. 
Pharmaceutics [Prof. 30. 

GREENISH, H. G., F.I.C., F.L.S. 

Pharmacology 

CUSHNY, A. R., M.D., CM., LL.D., 

M.A. ABERD., F.R.S. Prof. U. 

BEDDARD, A. P., M.D., B.C., "M.A. 

camb., F.f J (also in Med.) G. 

CALVERT, J., B.A., M.D., B.SC.,^| 

(also in Med.) B. 

DIXON, W. E., M.D., B.S., M.A. 
CAMB., B.SC, L.f, M.J, D.P.H., 
F.R.S. K. 

GRUNBAUM, O. F. F., D.SC, M.A., 
M.D., B.C. CAMB., F.R.C.P. 

(also in Med., Clin.) L. 

HAMILL, P., M.A., M.D. CAMB., D.SC, 

M.f J B. 

HUTCHISON, R., M.D., CM. EDIN., 

f.r.c.p. (also in Med.) L. 

OGLE, C, M.A., M.D., B.CH. OX.,^| 

(also in Med.) SG. 

RANSOM, F., M.D. EDIN. LW. 

YOUNG, R. A., M.D., B.SC, F.f M. 

Surg, and Clin. Surg. (v. also 
Dis. of Child, and Ophth.) 

ADDISON, O. L., M.B., B.S.,|| *26. 
ARMOUR, D. J., M.B., B.A. TOR., M.f, 

F.J *28. 

BAILEY, R. C, M.S., M.B.,|| B. 

BALLANCE, C A., M.V.O., M.S., M.B., 

F.J T. 

BARKER, A. E. J., F.J, L.fl., 

L.M. UM. 

BATTLE, W. H.J T. 

BLAND-SUTTON, SIR JOHN, F.J M. 
BOWLBY, SIR ANTHONY A., C.M.G., 

F.J B. 

* Clinical, f R.C.P. J 

If F.R.C.P. 



BOYD, J. S. N., M.B., B.S., F.J C, 25. 
BURGHARD, F. F., M.D., M.S., 
F.J KM. 

CARLESS, A., M.S., M.B., F.J KM. 
CARLING, E. R., M.B., B.S.,|| W. 

CHEATLE, G. L., C.V.O., C.B., F.J 

KM. 

CHEYNE, SIR W. W., BT., C.B., LL.D., 
CM., M.B. EDIN., D.SC. OX., 
F.J, F.R.S. KM. 

CLOGG, H. S., M.S., M.B.,|| C. 

COPE, V. Z., B.A., M.D., M.S., 
F.J *SM. 

CORNER, E. M., B.SC, M.A., M.C, 
M.B. CAMB., || *T, 26. 

CUNNING, J., M.B., B.S. MELB., 
F.J *LW. 

DANIEL, P. L.,|| *C. 

DAVIES, H. M., M.A., M.D., M.C 
CAMB., || *UM. 

DE SANTI, P. R. W.,|| W. 

DUNN, L. A., M.S., M.B., F.J G. 

ECCLES, W. MCA., M.S., M.B.,|| B. 

ENGLISH, T. C, M.B., B.S.,|| SG. 

EVANS, A. H., M.D., M.S.,|| W. 

EVANS, W. H., M.D., B.S., B.SC, 

F.J (also in Dermatol.) LW. 
EVE, sir f. s.,|| L. 

FAGGE, C H., M.S., M.B.,|| G. 

FEDDEN, W. F., M.S., M.B.,|| SG. 

FITZWILLIAMS, D. C L., M.D., CH.M. 

EDIN., F.J *SM. 

FRIPP, SIR ALFRED D., K.C.V.O., 

C.B., M.S., M.B. ,|| G. 

FURNIVALL, P.,|| *L. 

GASK, G. E.,|| B. 

GODLEE, SIR RICKMAN J., BART., 

B.A., M.S., M.B., PRES.J UM. 
GOULD, SIR ALFRED P., K.C.V.O. 

M.S., M.B. ,|| M. 

GREENE, W. H. C (v. Aflat.) SM. 
HANDLEY, W. S., M.D., M.S.,|| M. 

HASTINGS, S., M.S., M.B.,|| *M. 

HORSLEY, SIR VICTOR A. H., M.B., 

B.S., PH.D. (WIEN), F.J, F.R.S.. 

28. 

HOWARD, R. J., M.S., M.B., F.J *L, 

HUGHES,E.C,M.A.,M.CCAMB.,F.J Gi 

R.C.S. || L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 

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HUTCHINSON, J., F.J L. 

JAFFREY, F.,|| F.Z.S. SG. 

JOHNSON, A. E., M.B., CH.B.MANC, || 

M. 

JOHNSON, R., M.B., B.S., F.J UM. 
KIDD, F. S., B.A., M.B., B.C. CAMB., 

F.J *L. 

LANE, J. E., F.J SM. 

LEGG, T. P., M.S., M.B.,|| *LW, KM. 
LETT, H., M.B., CH.B. MANC.,|| *L. 
LOW, V. W., M.D., B.S.,|| *SM. 

MAKINS, G. H., C.B. f || T. 

MILNE, R., M.D., M.S., F.J *L. 

MURRAY, J., M.B., B.CH. DUB., 

F.J M. 

NITCH, C. A. R., M.B., M.S.,|| T. 

OPENSHAW, T. H., C.M.G., M.B., 

M.S. DURH.,1] L. 

PENDLEBURY, H. S., M.A., M.B., 

B.C. CAMB., || SG. 

POLLARD, B., M.D., B.S., F.J UM. 
POWER, D'A., M.A., M.B. OX., F.J B. 
RAWLING, L. B., B.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB., || B. 

RIGBY, H. M., M-B., M.S.,|| *L. 

ROBINSON, H. B., M.D., M.S., F.J T. 
ROWLANDS, R. P., M.B., M.S.,|| G. 

SARGENT, P. W. G., M.A., M.B., B.C. 

CAMB., || T. 

SHERREN, J. ,|| *L. 

SMITH, S. M., M.B., B.S.,|| SM. 

SPENCER, W. G., M.S., M.B. , F.J W. 
STEWARD, F. J., M.S., M.B.,|| G. 

STONHAM, C, C.M.G., F.J, F.Z.S. W. 
SWAINSON, J. M. G.,|| *W. 

TAYLOR, W. G., M.A. ABERD., M.S., 

b.sc.,11 M. 

THOMPSON, A. R., M.B., CH.M. 

MANC.,|| G. 

TROTTER, W.B.L., M.D., M.S. ,|| UM. 

TUBBY, A. H., M.S., M.B.,|| W. 

TURNER, G. R.,|| SG. 

TURNER, P., M.S., M.B., B.SC.,|| *G. 
TURNER, W., M.S., M.B.,|| W. 

WALLACE, C. S., M.B., B.S.,|| T. 

WALTON, A. J., B.SC, M.S., M.J, 

L. t L- 

-WARING, H. J., M.S., M.B.,B.SC.,|| *B. 

* Clinical. t R.C.P. X 

% Mus.D. Camb. 



WARREN, R., M.A., D.M., M.CH. OX., 
F.J , *L. 

WATERHOUSE, H. F., M.D. EDIN.,|| C. 

WATSON, C. G.,|| *B. 

WAUGH, G. E., B.A. CAMB., M.D., 
B.S.,|| 26. 

WILSON, H. W., M.B., M.S., F.J B. 

Trop. Hyg. (v. Hygiene) 
Trop. Med. 

HEWLETT, PROF. R. T. (v. Bact.) TM. 
KERR, T. S., CM., M.B., B.SC. (PUB. 

health) edin. SG. 

MANSON, SIR PATRICK, G.C.M.G., 
M.D., CM., LL.D. ABERD., D.SC 
OX., F.f, F.R.S. TM. 

NEWHAM, H. B. G., L.|, M.J, D.P.H. 
CAMB., D.T.M. TM. 

SANDWITH, F. M., M.D. DURH., F.f, 
M.J TM. 

Trop. Surg. 

CANTLIE, J., M.A., M.B., CM. 
ABERD., F.J, D.P.H. TM. 

METALLURGY 

HUNTINGTON, A. K., A.R.S.M., 

m.i.m.m., f.i.c Prof. K. 

MERRETT, W. H., A.R.S.M., M.I.M.M., 
F.I.C. Im. 

METEOROLOGY [Reader. 

SHAW, W. N., M.A., D.SC, SCD. 
CAMB., DUB., HARV., AND 
MANC, LL.D. ABERD., F.R.S. 

MINERALOGY, v. Geol. 
MINING 

COOKE, L. H., A.R.S.M., M.I.M.M., 

F.G.S. Im. 

FRECHEVILLE, W., A.R.S.M. Im. 

MUSIC (v. also Educn.) 

BENNETT, G. J.,^[ 20. 

BRIDGE, SIR FREDERICK, C.V.O.,**, 

m.a. durh. K. Ed. Prof. 21. 

CORDER, F., F.R.A.M. 20. 
DAVIES, H. WALFORD,^}, LL.D., 

A.R.C.M. 21. 

DAYMOND, EMILY R., A.R.C.M. 21. 

DUNHILL, T. F., A.R.C.M. 21. 

R.C.S. || L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 

** Mus.D. Ox. 



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GREENISH, A. J.,* 20. 

HOLBROOKE, J. C. 22. 

HORNER, E. F., D.MUS. DURH.,| 22. 
MACPHERSON, S., F.R.A.M. 20. 
MILES, P. H., A.R.A.M. 20. 

MORGAN, R. O., A.G.S.M. 23. 
PARRATT, SIR WALTER, M.V.O., 

MUS.D., M.A. OX.,* 21. 
PARRY, SIR C. H. H., BART., C.V.O., 

f,*, D.C.L., LL.D., M.A. 21. 

PEARCE, C. W.,* 22. 

PRINGUER, H. T.,f, F.R.C.O. 22. 

READ, F. J.,f 21. 

ROBINSON, H., D.MUS. DURH., 

F.R.C.O., A.R.A.M. 23. 

STANFORD, SIR C. V.,f, *, M.A., 

D.C.L., LL.D. 21. 

WADDINGTON, S. P. 21. 

WARRINER, J., MUS.D. DUB. 22. 
VVETTON, H. D., D.MUS. DURH., 

F.R.C.O. 23, 2. 

WOOD, C, *, M.A., LL.D. 21. 



PALAEOGRAPHY 
Hist. 

HALL, HUBERT, F.S.A. 



and Econ. 
Reader E. 



PHILOLOGY, Comp. (v. also 
Langs. — Engl, and French) 

VACANT Prof. 

PHILOSOPHY (v. also Econ.) 

BROWN, W., M.A. OX., D.SC. 

Reader in Psych. K, KW. 

CALDECOTT, A., M.A., D.LIT., D.D. 

CAMB. K, KW, KT. 

EDGELL, MISS B., M.A. WALES, PH.D. 

wurz. Reader in Psych. 

BW, 23a. 

green, s. w., m.a. (also in Theol.) 

R. 

HICKS, G. D., M.A., LITT.D. MANC, 
PH.D. LEIP. U. 

OAKELEY, HILDA D., M.A. MC G., 
FINAL HONS. LITT. HUM. OX. 

KW. 

SHIELDS, FRANCES R., M.A. BW. 

SPEARMAN, C. E., PH.D. LEIP. 

Grote Prof. U. 



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SULLY, J., LL.D. ST. AND., M.A. 
WOLF, A., M.A. CAMB., D.LIT. 

Reader, Logic and Ethics U. 
(also recog. in Logic and 
Scientific Method) E. 

PHONETICS 

JONES, D., M.A. CAMB. U. 

PHYSICS 

ALLEN, H. S., M.A. CAMB., D.SC. K. 
BRINKWORTH, J. H., B.SC, A.R.C.S. 

T. 

CALLENDAR, H. L., M.A. CAMB., 

LL.D. MCG., F.R.S. Im. 

CHARLESWORTH, J., M.SC. MANC. 8. 



CLACK, B. W., B.SC. 
CLAY, R. S., B.A. CAMB., D.SC. 
EDSER, E., A.R.C.S. 
EUMORFOPOULOS, N., B.SC. 
FISON, A. H., D.SC, A.R.S.M. 
FORSYTH, R. W., A.R.C.S. 
GRIFFITH, O. W., B.SC, A.R.C.S. 
GRIFFITHS, A., D.SC. MANC. 



2. 



3- 

8. 

1. 

U. 

G,L. 

Im. 

L. 

A.R.C.S. 

3- 

HARLOW, F. J., B.SC, A.R.C.S. IO. 
JORDAN, F. W., B.SC, A.R.C.S. II. 
LEES, C H., D.SC. MANC, F.R.S. 

Prof. EL. 

LOWNDS, L., B.SC, PH.D. BERL. II. 
MARSH, S., B.SC. WALES, PH.D. 

GOTT. 
NICOL, J., B.A. CAMB. 
OWEN, D., B.A. CAMB. 
PHILLIPS, P., B.A. 

BIR. 
RANKINE, A. O., D.SC. 
RICHARDSON, O. W., 

f.r.s. Wheatstone Prof. K. 

ROBINSON, J., M.SC. DURH., PH.D. 

GOTT. EL. 

SKINNER, S., M.A. CAMB. II. 

SMITH, S. W. J., M.A. CAMB., D.SC, 

Im. 

B.SC, A.R.C.S., 

A.I.E.E. 12. 
MISS E. A., M.A. DUB., 
I. AND II. CAMB. LW. 

HON. R. J., M.A. CAMB., 



B.SC. 


8 


, B.SC. 


3 


CAMB., 


D.SC 




I 




U, 


M.A., 


D.SC, 



A.R.C.S. 
STARLING. S. 



STONEY, 
M.T. 
STRUTT, 



SC.D. DUB. 



* Mus.D. Camb. 



f Mus.D. Ox. 



f.r.s. Im. 

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R 



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THOMSON, W., M.A., B.SC. EDIN. 2. 
TROUTON, F. T., M.A., D.SC. DUB., 

m.i.e.e., f.r.s. Quain Prof. U. 

TUCKER, W. S., B.SC, A.R.C.S., 
A.I.E.E. 12. 

VINYCOMB, T. B., M.A. R.U.I. I 3. 

WATSON, W., D.SC, A.R.C.S., F.R.S. 

Im. 

WHITE, W. H., B.SC, M.A. CAMB., 

A.R.CS. SM. 

WILLOWS, R. S., M.A. CAMB., D.SC 

IO. 
WILSON, W., PH.D. LEIP. K, KW. 
WOMACK, F., M.B., B.SC. BW, B. 

Applied Physics 

THOMPSON, S. P., B.A., D.SC, LL.D. 
BIR., D.SC. BRIS., M.D., F.R.S. 

Prof. 5. 
Astron. Physics 

FOWLER, A., A.R.CS., F.R.S. Im. 

Optics 

CHALMERS, S. D., B.A. CAMB., M.A. 
SYD. 7. 

Thermodynamics [U. 

porter, a. w., b.sc, f.r.s. Reader 

PHYSIOLOGY (v. also Chem.) 

BAYLISS, W. M., M.A., D.SC. OX., 

f.r.s. Prof, of Genl. Physiol. U. 

BUCKMASTER, G. A., M.A., M.D., 
B.CH., M.R.C.S., D.P.H. OX. 

Reader in Ap. Physiol. U, 9. 

CULLIS, WINIFRED C, D.SC, N.SC.T. 

i. and 11. camb. Reader LW. 

EDKINS, J. S., M.A., M.B., SCD. 

CAMB. BW, B. 

ELLISON, F. O'B., B.A., M.D., B.CH., 

B.A.O. DUB. SM. 

HALLIBURTON, W. D., M.D., LL.D., 

B.sc,*, f.c.s., f.r.s. Prof. K. 

HILL, L. E., M.B.,f, F.R.S. Prof. L. 
LOCKE, F. S., M.A. CAMB., M.D. K. 
MELLANBY, J., M.A., M.D. CAMB. T. 
MYERS-WARD, C F.,f K. 

PEMBREY, M. S., M.A., M.D., B.CH. 

ox. Reader G. 

ROAF, H. E., M.D. TOR., D.SC. LlV.f 

SM. 
* F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 



ROSENHEIM, O., PH.D. WURZ. K. 

STARLING, E.H., M.D., B.S.,*, F.R.S. 

Jodrell Prof. U. 

SYMES, W. L., M.R.C.S. 2$a. 

WALLER, A. D., M.D., CM. ABERD., 

ll.d., f.r.s. (Dir. of Lab.) 

Prof. 23a. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY, v. 
Econ. 

POLITICAL THEORY 

DICKINSON, G. L., M.A. CAMB. E. 

PROTOZOOLOGY 

MINCHIN, E. A., M.A. OX., F.Z.S., 

f.r.s. Prof. LI. 

WENYON, C M., B.SC, M.B., B.S. TM. 

PSYCHOLOGY, v. Philos. 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

HURST, G. H. J. (V. Law) 3. 

REEVES, HON. W. P. 

{P. A. and Hist.) E. 

SMITH, H. B. L., M.A. OX., M.P. 

(P. A. and Economics) E. 

WALLAS, GRAHAM, M.A. OX. 

(also recog. in Hist., Const.) 
Reader E. 

WEBB, S. J., LL.B. Prof. E. 

Public Health, v. Hygiene 

SOCIOLOGY (v. also Ethnol., 
Stats., and Eng.) 
Martin White Profs. E. 

HOBHOUSE, L. T., D.LITT., M.A. OX. 
WESTERMARCK, E. A., PH.D. HELS., 
LL.D. ABERD. 

ST A TISTICS [Reader E. 

BOWLEY, A. L., M.A. CAMB., SCD. 

SURVEYING, v. Engin. 
THEOLOGY (v. also Philos.) 

ANDREWS, H. T., B.A. OX. N, H. 

BISSEKER, H., M.A. CAMB. WR. 

BOX, G. H., M.A. OX. KT. 

CALDECOTT, A. (v. Philos.) KT. 

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DAVIES, W. A., 
WALES, B.D. 
DAVISON, W. T., M.A. 
FORSYTH, P. T., M.A 



M.A. 
B.A. 



OX. KT. 
OX. AND 

N, H. 

D.D. WR. 
D.D. ABERD. 
H. 
. GLAS. AND OX., 
N, H. 
M.A. OX., D.D. 
WR. 



GARVIE, A. E., M. 

D.D. GLAS. 
GEDEN, A. S., 

ABERD. 

GOULD, G. P., M.A. GLAS. R. 
GREENUP, A. W., M.A. DUB. AND 

CAMB., D.D. (ONT.), LITT.D. J. 
HEADLAM, A. C, M.A. OX., D.D. OX. 

AND ABERD. KT. 

LEGG, S. C. E., M.A. CAMB. KT. 

MATTHEWS, W. R., M.A., B.D. KT. 
NAIRNE, A., M.A. CAMB. KT. 

NEWSOM, G. E., M.A. OX. KT. 

SCULLARD, H. H., M.A. CAMB., 

D.D. N, H. 

SMITH, H., M.A. CAMB. J. 

TITTERTON, C. H., M.A..B.D. EDIN. J. 



WHITE, H. J., M.A. OX., D.D. ST. 
AND. KT. 


WHITNEY, J. P., 


M.A., B.D. 


CAMB., 


D.C.L. BISH 


. AND T.C. 


(tor.) 
KT. 


TRANSPORT, 
also Law) 

STEPHENSON, W. 


Economics of (v. 

T., B.A. CAMB. E. 



VETERINARY SCIENCE 
CAVE, T. w., f.r.c.v.s. Ag. 

Vet. Anatomy 

SHAVE, E. S.,*, t 9. 

Vet. Hygiene 
wooldridge, g. H.,f Reader 9. 
Vet. Path, and Bacteriology 

MCFADYEAN, SIR JOHN, LL.D., M.B., 
CM., B.SC. EDIN., |, F.R.S.E. 

Prof. 9. 
ZOOLOGY (v. also Ag., Protoz.) 

ASSHETON, R. (v. Biol.) G. 

BUCHANAN, FLORENCE, D.SC. Ho. 
CUNNINGHAM, J. T., M.A. OX. II. 

DENDY, A., D.SC. MANC, F.R.S. 

Prof. K, KW. 

MACBRIDE, E. W., M.A. CAMB., D.SC, 
|fcW LL.D. MCG., F.R.S. Im. 

o'donoghue, c H., D.SC. U. 

ridewood, w. g., d.sc. Reader SM. 

ROW, R. W. H., B.SC K. 

TIMS, H. W. M., M.A. CAMB., M.D., 

CH.M. EDIN., F.L.S., F.Z.S. 

Reader BW. 

UNTHANK, H. W. (v. Biol.) 3. 

Zool. and Comp. Anat. 

HILL, J. P., D.SC EDIN., F.R.S. 

Jodrell Prof. U. 

Medical Zoology 

ALCOCK, LT.-COL. A. W., CLE., CM., 
M.B., LL.D. ABERD., F.R.S. TM. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

of Univ. Profs, and Readers during and since the Session 1 91 2-1 3. § 

Andrewes, F.-W. (P), Pathology. 

Barger, G. (P), Chemistry. 

Barkla, C. G., Prof, of Physics, resigned on apptmt. to chair in 

Edin. 
Boycott, A. E., Reader in Path., resigned on apptmt. to chair 

in Liv. 
Brown, F. (P), Fine Art (Slade). 
Brown, W. (R), Psychology. 
Crossley, A. W. (P), Chemistry. 
Donnan, F. G. (P), Chem., Genl. 

* L.R.C.P..M.R.C.S. f F.R.C.V.S. % M.R.C.V.S. 

§ (P) ( R) Appointed Prof., Reader by the Univ. or, having been appointed 
by some other body, received the title of Univ. Prof., Univ. Reader. 



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Edgell, Miss B. (R), Psychology. 

Greenish, H. G. (P), Pharmaceutics. 

Hearnshaw, F. J. C. (P), Mediaeval History, 

Hilton, H. (P), Mathematics. 

Hurst, G. H. J. (R), English Law. 

Jameson, A. H. (P), Civil Engineering. 

Johnstone, Miss H. (R), History. 

Lamb, E. H. (P), Civil and Mech. Engineering. 

Lee, Sir Sidney (P), English Language and Literature. 

Lowry, T. M. (R), Chemistry. 

Mantoux, P. J. (P), Modern French History and Institutions. 

Meldola, R. (P), Chemistry. 

Nicholson, J. W. (P), Mathematics. 

Pembrey, M. S. (R), Physiology. 

Ramsay, Sir William, K.C.B., LL.D., Sc.D., Ph.D., M.D., F.R.S., 

&c, Prof, of Genl. Chem., resigned and received title of 

Emeritus Prof, of Chem. 
Rudler, G. (P), French Literature. 
Seligmann, C. G. (P), Ethnology. 
Shattock, S. G. (P), Morbid Anatomy. 
Slater, C, M.A., M.B., M.R.C.S., F.C.S., Reader in Bacteriology, 

resigned. 
Spurgeon, Miss C. F. E. (P), English Literature. 
Thomas, Miss E. N. (R), Botany. 
Thomas, P. G. (R), English Language and Literature. 
Thompson, S. P. (P), Physics. 
Tims, H. W. M. (R), Zoology. 
Wooldridge, G. H, (R), Veterinary Hygiene. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

[Note. The Univ. authorities desire to emphasize the caution given 
in the Preface. They tan accept no responsibility for any information 
concerning examns. or procedure except such as is contained in their own 
official Regns. These can always be obtained on application at the Univ. 
offices.'] 

Relationship to Incorporated Colleges, the Schools, and 
Other Institutions. A Royal Charter constituting the Univ. of 
London as a body empowered to grant degrees to students of approved 
institns. after examn. was granted on Nov. 28, 1836 ; and on the 
same day a Charter of Incorporation was granted to Univ. Coll. By 
the Univ. Charter the two great London Colls. — Univ. and King's 
(which latter had received a Charter of Incorpn. in Aug. 1829) — were 
made to stand in the same relation to the Univ., both being approved 
as institns. whose students were entitled to present themselves for 
degrees. From 1836 to 1900 the work of the Univ. was restricted to 
the examn. of students. The system whereby entrance to the examns. 
of the Univ. was restricted to students of certain affiliated Colls, was 
removed by the Charter of 1858 for all examns. except those in Med. 



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In 1900 the Univ. was reconstituted, the main purpose of the recon- 
stitution being to strengthen the ties between the Univ. and the 
institns. engaged in Higher Education within the appointed radius 
of 30 miles. To this end, certain educational institutions have been 
admitted as " Schools of the Univ." The Senate are empowered to 
admit as Schools of the Univ. institns. situated within the adminis- 
trative County of London which provide education of Univ. standard 
and are not carried on for the private gain or profit of the body or 
persons to whom the institn. belongs. A special form of recognition 
may be given to an institn. situated within the county area and founded 
for the purpose of research or the cultivation of any special branch of 
science or learning. The Senate have power also to recognize as 
Teachers of the Univ. any members of the teaching staff of public 
educational institutions within the appointed radius, whether Schools 
of the Univ. or not. The Senate are required under Statute 76 to 
obtain reports at prescribed intervals on the efficiency of the Schools 
of the Univ. 

In view of the close connexion which has always existed between 
the Univ. and Univ. Coll. and King's Coll., special interest attaches 
to the incorporation of these Colls, in the Univ., which was provided 
for by special Acts of Parliament, dated July II, 1905, and Aug. 1, 
1908, respectively, and took place, as regards the former on Jan. 1, 1907, 
and as regards the latter on Jan. 1, 1910. On the last-mentioned date 
the former Women's Dept. of King's Coll. was incorporated in the 
Univ. as Univ. of Lond., King's Coll. for Women. 

Other institns. belonging to the Univ. are the Goldsmiths' Coll. at 
New Cross, opened on Sept. 29, 1905, as a Training Coll. for Teachers ; 
the Brown Animal Sanatory Institn. ; the Physiological Laboratory ; 
and the Francis Galton Laboratory for National Eugenics, with which 
is associated the Drapers' Company Biometric Laboratory (v. p. 267). 

Faculties. Arts, Science, Theology, Laws, Medicine, Music, 
Engineering, Economics and Political Science (including Commerce 
and Industry). 

Standing Committees of the Senate, (i) The Academic 
Council ; (2) the Council for external students ; (3) the Board to 
promote the extension of University Teaching. These advise the 
Senate on matters relating to (1) the Internal work of the Univ. ; 
(2) External students ; and (3) Univ. Extension work, examination 
and inspection of Secondary Schools and other matters. 

Admission to the University. All persons who pass the Matricu- 
lation examn. of the Univ. itself or its Senior School examn. (v. infra), 
or an examn. for Colonial and Foreign Students held in accordance 
with certain conditions under Statute 116 of the Univ., become if so 
facto Matriculated Students of the Univ. In addition certain other 
examns. are accepted on conditions as exempting from the Univ. 
Matricn. examn. 

The Univ. holds a Matricn. examn. 3 times a year in London and 
twice a year in certain Provincial Centres open to all persons of 16 yrs. 



262 LONDON 

of age and upwards. Every candidate must pass on one and the 
same occasion in 5 subjects, and no candidate can offer more than 5. 
Of these Engl, and Maths, are compulsory. The 3rd must be either 
Latin or Greek or a scientific subject. The 4th and 5th can be selected 
from a list of subjects, provided that, if neither Latin nor Greek has 
been chosen as the 3rd subject, one of the two must be a language. 
The Matricn. examn. can also be held by special arrangement in any 
of the British Colonies or Dominions. 

Students who pass the Senior School examn. (see p. 273) in a 
combination required for Matricn. are registrable as Matriculated 
Students of the Univ. 

For the benefit principally of foreign candidates the " Examn. 
under Statute 116 " has been instituted, to which candidates can be 
admitted on production of a certif. from an educational authority 
showing evidence of an education prima facie equivalent in their own 
country to that required in England for the Matricn. examn. Such 
candidates are then examined orally and by papers and with special 
reference to the line of study they propose in the Univ., and if successful 
in this examn. are admitted as Matriculated students. Students 
who have matriculated in a Univ. in any British Colony are admissible 
to this examn., which is only held in London, and which it has been the 
practice to hold about 5 times a year. A candidate who attains the 
age of 19 between Jan. 14 and July 31 of any year will be admissible 
to any examn. held between those dates or subsequently ; and a 
candidate who attains the age of 19 between Aug. 1 of any year and 
Jan. 14 in the year next ensuing will be admissible to any examn. 
held between those dates or subsequently. 

The total number of candidates matriculated by these various 
methods during the year 191 2 was 4158. 

Degrees, &c. Arts — B.A., M.A., D.Lit., several Diplomas ; 
Science — B.Sc. [Bachelor of Science, of Science (Agric), or of Science 
(Vet. Science)], M.Sc, D.Sc. ; Theology— B.D., D.D. ; Laws— LL.B., 
LL.D. ; Medicine— M.B., B.S., M.D., M.S. ; Music— B.Mus., D.Mus. ; 
Engineering — B.Sc. [Bachelor of Science (Engineering), of Science 
(Mining), or of Science (Metallurgy)], D.Sc. ; Economics — B.Sc, D.Sc. 

External and Internal Students. The Univ. (except in the 
cases of Med., Mining, and Archit.) admits External students to all 
examns. for the degrees without making requirements in regard to the 
course of study which they have pursued; they may pursue their 
studies where and how they please. Internal students are not admitted 
to the corresponding examns. unless they have pursued a course of 
study approved by the Univ. and carried on in the Univ. or institns. 
connected therewith.* The examns. for Internal and External students 
are in some cases separate, in others identical, but the Statutes require 

* Statute 125 provides, however, that a course of study extending over not 
more than 1 yr. taken in another Univ. approved for the purpose (Paris and 
Caen have been so approved) subsequently toastudent's passing the Interm., 
may be accepted subject to regns. in lieu of a course taken in this Univ. 



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that " the degrees conferred on both classes of students shall represent 
as far as possible the same standard of knowledge and attainments." 

Examinations in the Overseas Dominions. Certain of the 
examns. of the Univ. for External students are held not only in London 
and at Provincial centres within Great Britain, but also in certain of 
the overseas Dominions of the Empire. In India, only the examns. 
in the Faculty of Theol. are thus held, but the Matricn. examn. and 
the examns. in Theol., in Arts, in Laws, and in Economics have been 
held at numerous Colonial centres. In Ceylon the Univ. examns. 
in Science have also been held under special arrangement ; in this 
latter case with certain modifications of the Regns., such as have 
made them suitable for the special needs of the Colony in question ; 
with the result that the Ceylon Govt, now awards its scholarships upon 
the results of these Univ. examns. The following list, which is a growing 
one, shows the centres at which such examns. have been held since 
Jan. 1 90 1 : Accra, Allahabad, Antigua, Auckland, Bahamas, Barbados, 
Bermuda, Brisbane, Brit. Guiana, Cape Town, Ceylon, Christchurch 
(N.Z.), Dominica, Dunedin, Fiji, Goulbourn, Grenada, Halifax (N.S.), 
Hobart, Honduras, Hong-Kong, Kingston (Jamaica), Kingston (Ont.), 
Johannesburg, Lagos, Malta, Mauritius, Melbourne, Nelson (N.Z.), 
Newf'land, Palmerston, Penang, Perth (W.A.), Pietermaritzburg, 
St. Lucia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Stellenbosch, Sydney, Tonga, 
Trinidad, Victoria (B.C.), Wellington (N.Z.), Winnipeg. 

External students preparing for the Bachelorship undergo Inter- 
mediate and Final examns. at intervals prescribed in the Regns., 
and approximating (except in Med. and Vet. Sc.) to 3 yrs. in all. For 
conditions on which degrees are conferred in Med. and Vet. Sc. the 
separate Regns. should be consulted. 

An Internal student before being allowed to enter as such for 
any examn. must, unless specially exempted, have attended Instruction 
courses in all the subjects thereof. For a first Degree in any Faculty 
he must have completed an Approved Course of Study extending 
over at least 3 yrs., which must, unless the Senate, on the ground of 
illness or other cause, determine otherwise, have been continuously 
pursued, but it is not required that the whole of the course shall be 
taken at the same institn. A minimum number of hours of attendance 
is as a rule prescribed for each course, and a reduction is allowed in the 
case of an evening student who is certified by an employer to be engaged 
in his service for not less than 25 hours a week. The Interm. course 
generally extends over 1 yr. There are no Honours in connexion with 
the Interm. examns. for Internal students. As a general rule, Honours 
may be taken at the Final examns., the Honours list being generally 
published in 3 classes. A student who proposes to take Honours 
as an Internal student in any Faculty other than Theol., Med., and 
Engin. is required to submit his proposed Course of Study for the 
approval of the Senate. 

Terms. As a general rule the Session at Schools of the Univ. is 
divided into 3 terms. It begins in Oct. and ends in June or July, 



264 LONDON 

with vacations of 2 or more weeks at Christmas and Easter. At the 
Med. Schools the teaching year is usually divided into 2 sessions — Oct. 
to end of March, and April to July. Terms for Univ. and Intercoll. 
courses for the session 1913-14 : Oct. 2 to Dec. 17 ; Jan. 15 to 
March 25 ; April 30 to July 1. 

N.B, In the following notes regarding the several Faculties the 
Institns. in which the courses may be taken by Internal students are 
indicated by Index letters and numbers referring to the list on p. 242 
above. 

Arts. U, K, Ho, BW, EL, Wf, 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 11 (Pedagogy— K, 
BW, Tr, 14, 15, 16). In both Interm. and Final (Pass) examns. 
2 langs. must be taken, including either Latin with Rom. Hist., or 
Greek with Greek Hist. Hist, of Archit. and Milit. Science have 
lately been added to the optional subjects for the Interm., and Anthrop. 
and (in and after 191 5) Milit. Science to those for the Final. External 
students may take Honours papers in certain subjects in the Interm. 
examn. Chinese and Welsh are among the langs. that may be taken 
by External students at the Final (Pass) examn. The Honours subjects 
for the Final examn. are Archaeol., Archit., Chinese, Classics, Hebrew 
and Aramaic (including Syriac), Hist., Maths., Philos., Psych., Engl., 
French, Ger., Ital., Russ., Span. ; also Celtic for External students, 
and for Internal students Classical Sansk. and Pali, Arabic, and Persian. 

The M.A. degree is conferred in Archaeol., Class., Hist., Maths., 
Mediaeval and Mod. Langs., Oriental Langs., Philos., and, for External 
students, Educn. Internal students are required (except in Maths.) to 
submit a thesis, and in some cases candidates must have taken Honours 
at the B.A. examn. External students may take the M.A. examn. 
2 yrs. after graduation in Arts. For them a thesis is optional. Those 
who do not present one take additional papers. Candidates may only 
take 1 branch or section at a time. In most there is a viva-voce 
examn. 

The D.Lit. degree is open to M.A.s only (except as regards students 
registered as Internal students under Statute 113 and specially excused 
the M.A. examn., v. p. 268), and is conferred for original work. 

Diplomas. — (1) Teacher's, (2) Higher Dip. in Pedagogy, (3) Fine 
Art. (1) and (2) are open only to graduates and others similarly 
qualified ; (2) and (3) only to Internal students : v. also p. 272. 

Science.* U, K, Im, Ho, BW, EL, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13 
(Agriculture — A ; Vet. Sc. — 9). For the Interm. examination Pure 
Maths, or Applied Maths, or Phys. must be taken with 3 other subjects. 
Milit. Sc. has lately been added to the list. External students may take 
Honours papers in certain subjects. For the Final (Pass) examn. 
any 3 subjects may be selected from a list to which Anthrop. and 
(with effect from 191 5) Milit. Sc. were lately added, and which, for 
External students only, includes Logic and Methodology. An Honours 
student is not required to take the Pass examn. He selects 1 prin- 

* v. N.B. above. 



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cipal subject and (except in the case of a candidate for Honours in 
Human Anatomy and Morphology) one subsidiary subject. For the 
Degree in Agriculture the Interm. examn. includes Chem., Bot., Zool., 
and 1 subject selected from a list of 4 ; the Final — Agric, Agric. Chem., 
Agric. Bot., and for External students 2 selected. Internal students 
may take the B.Sc. "by Research " under certain conditions in Science 
or Agric, v. p. 268. For the Degree in Vet. Sc. there are 4 examns. 
to be taken in their proper order : Prelim. (Inorg. Chem. and Phys.), 
Interm. Pt. I (Org. and Applied Chem., Genl. Biol., and Vet. Anat.), 
Pt. II (Vet. Physiol.), and Final (Vet. Pathol, and Vet. Hyg.). There 
is no Doctorate in Agric. or in Vet. Sc, Bachelors of Science (Agric. 
or Vet. Sc.) being held to be eligible for the ordinary D.Sc 

Theology.* N, H, R, KT, WR, J. The Honours examn. is 
distinct from the Pass, and may be taken 1 yr. after graduation in 
Div. Honours may be taken in 1 subject only at any one examn. The 
subjects for Honours are Hebrew and Aramaic, including Syriac, Greek 
N.T. and Apocrypha, Church Hist., Bibl. and Hist. Theol., Study of 
Religion. Candidates for the D.D. degree must have taken Honours in 
Theol. in this Univ. 

Laws.* U, K, and E (under a joint scheme). The subjects for 
the Interm. examn. are Hist, of Rom. Law, Engl. Const. Law and its 
Hist., and Jurispr. Among the subjects for the Final are included 
Mohammedan Law and Hindu Law. Candidates for the LL.D, 
degree must have taken Honours at the LL.B. examn. (except in the 
case of students registered as Internal students under Statute 113 or 
129 and specially exempted therefrom, v. p. 268). 

Medicine. See the Med. Schools and Institns., pp. 293 et seqq. 
For courses in Prelim, and Interm. Med. Studies students of *SG, W, 
and C attend U or K. 

The course extends normally over 5^ yrs. In the 1st yr. courses 
in Inorg. Chem., Phys., and Genl. Biol, in preparation for the 1st examn. 
for Med. degrees are taken. The 2nd and 3rd yrs. are devoted to 
Org. and Applied Chem. (the only subject at Pt. I of the 2nd examn., 
taken not less than 6 mos. after passing the 1st), Hum. Anat. and 
Embryol., Physiol., Pharmacol., including Pharmacy and Mat. Med. 
Pt. II of the 2nd examn. is normally taken 2.\ yrs. after Matricn. 
In the Final course for the M.B., B.S. degrees the subjects are divided 
into 2 groups as follows : Group I — Med., Path., For. Med., and Hyg. ; 
Group II. — Surg., and Midw. and Dis. of Women. The groups may be 
taken separately or together, but degrees are not conferred until 
candidates have passed in both groups. 

The M.D. degree may be taken in any of the following : Med., 
Path., Ment. Dis., Midw. and Dis. of Women, State Med., Trop. Med. 

The M.S. may be taken in Surg, or Dent. Surg. 

For the M.D. or M.S. a thesis or published work may be submitted. 

* v. N.B. above, p. 264. 



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Music* 2, 20, 21, 22. The subjects for the Interm. examn. are 
Harmony, Counterpoint, and Hist, of Mus. For the B.Mus. the subjects 
of examn. are Harmony ; Counterpoint, Fugue, and Canon ; Free 
Composition ; Hist, of Music ; and Musical Analysis. Every candidate 
for the B.Mus. must submit a musical exercise. For the D.Mus. 
there is a written examn., and a musical exercise is also required. 

Engineering.* U, K, EL, 2, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. The same 
Interm. examn. is taken by all students whether intending to graduate 
in Engin., Mining, or Metall., the subjects being : Pure Maths, and 
Applied Maths., Heat, Elec. and Magn., Engin. Drawing and Design, 
and either Sound and Optics or Chem. or Geol. In the Final examn. 
in Engin. not less than 5 subjects are taken, a wide choice being allowed. 
In the Final examn. in Mining 6 subjects must be taken, of which 
Geol. and Mineral., Elec. Tech., Mining, Mine Surveying and Assaying 
are compulsory ; in Metall. 5 subjects must be taken, of which Mineral., 
Elec. Tech., Metall., and Assaying are compulsory. For an Honours 
degree in Engin., Mining, or Metall. at least 1 extra subject must be 
taken at the Final examn. and a higher standard reached in all the 
subjects taken. The B.Sc. " by Research " in Engin. for Internal 
students may be taken under certain conditions, v. p. 268. 

Economics.* U, E, 3, 4. The subjects for the Interm. examn. 
are Econ., British Constitn., either Maths, or Logic and Scientific 
Method, Geog. For the Final (Pass) — (1) Econ., including Statistics, 
(2) Pub. Administrn., (3) either Hist, or Accounting and Business 
Organizn., and (4) one of the following : Accounting, if not taken 
under (3) ; Industr. and Comml. Law ; Const. Law and Hist. ; Pub. 
Internat. Law ; Geog. Honours students take Econ. ; either Hist, 
or Accounting and Business Organizn. ; Pub. Administrn. ; a 4th 
subject to be chosen from a list of 13. At both the Pass and Honours 
examns. passages are set from French and German works for trans- 
lation and comment. 

The Doctorate. A candidate for the Doctor's degree in any of 
the Faculties must at least 2 years previously have taken the Bachelor's 
degree (except in the case of certain candidates registered as Internal 
students under Statute 113, v. p. 268). 

Military Education. London is one of the 8 Univs. which have 
established approved courses of instruction entitling them to nominate 
candidates for commissions in the Regular Army.f The selection of 
qualified students is made by a Nomination Board consisting of the 
members of the Milit. Educn. Committee together with one or more 
Milit. members appointed by the War Office, who have the right of 
veto on any selection. An Internal degree in one of the Faculties other 
than Theol., Med., and Music is one of the necessary qualifications. 

Officers Training Corps. A Univ. Contingent (CO. — Lt.-Col. D. S. 
Capper, M.A. ; Adjt. — Capt. A. L. Godman, Yorkshire Regt.), established 
in 1909, consisted in July 191 3 of a section of Field Artillery, an Engin. 
* v. N.B. above, p. 264. \ v. Appendix II. 



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company, a Battalion of 6 companies of Infantry, an A.S.C. company, and 
4 sections of a Field Ambulance ; the strength of the Contingent was 27 
officers and 739 cadets. Admission is ordinarily confined to members of 
the Univ. and other students pursuing a regular course in Schools of 
the Univ. 

Post-graduate Study and Research. The Brown Animal 
Sanatory Institution (Supt.— F. W. Twort, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.) was 
established in 1871 under the conditions of a bequest for " investigating, 
studying, and, without charge beyond immediate expenses, endeavour- 
ing to cure maladies, distempers, and injuries, any quadrupeds or 
birds useful to man may be found subject to," and is under the 
government of the Univ. It is situated at 149 Wandsworth Rd., 
Vauxhall, S.W. It contains 2 depts. : the Hospital, in which the 
diseases and injuries of animals are treated, in the conduct of which 
the Supt. has, as his assistant, a fully qualified Vet. Surgeon who 
resides on the premises ; and the Laboratory, where the investigation 
and study of diseases of animals are carried on by and under the 
immediate direction of the Supt. Both In and Out Patients are 
treated. Clin, students may be admitted to the Vet. depts., and 
Research students are received in the Lab. 

A Physiological Laboratory (Director — Prof. A. D. Waller, F.R.S.) 
in the Univ. Building, established in 1902, comprises a lecture-room, a 
workshop, a library, and rooms assigned to the depts. of Physiol. Chem., 
Chem. Path, and Pharmacol., Electrophysiol., Genl. Exper. Physiol., 
and Exper. Psych. Courses of lectures on current research are 
given to Univ. students by Lectrs. of the Univ. and other duly 
accredited Physiologists, and a limited number of duly qualified students 
are admitted as lab. workers. 

The Francis Gallon Laboratory for National Eugenics, together with 
the Drapers' Company Biometric Lab., form a Department of Applied 
Statistics, which is housed at University College. The Galton Lab. 
was founded in 1904 " for the study of those agencies under social 
control that may improve or impair the racial qualities of future 
generations, either physically or mentally." It is used (i) as a research 
laboratory ; (ii) as a storehouse for statistical material bearing on the 
mental and physical conditions in man, and the relation of these 
conditions to inheritance and environment ; and (iii) as a centre for the 
publication or other form of distribution of information concerning 
National Eugenics. The Lab. is under the supervision of Prof. Karl 
Pearson, F.R.S. Provision is made for training in statistical methods 
and for assisting research workers in special Eugenic problems. Short 
courses of instruction are provided for those engaged in social, anthro- 
pometric, or medical work, and desirous of applying modern methods 
of statistical analysis to the reduction of their observations. New 
buildings, given by an anonymous donor, are now in course of erection. 

Under the Statutes, Sec. 74, the Senate are empowered to admit 
" any institn. founded for the promotion of science or learning within 
the Administrative County of London as a School of the Univ. for the 
purpose of research or the cultivation of any special branch of science 



268 LONDON 

or learning." The only institn. which has been admitted under this 
sec. is the Lister Inst. qf'Prev. Med., v. p. 298. Another School, that of 
Tropical Medicine, is devoted exclusively to post-grad, and research 
work. In most of the Schools special arrangements are made for 
research students. 

The facilities for post-grad, work offered by the Schools and Institns. 
of the Univ. are not restricted to Internal grads. By the Statutes, 
Sees. 113 and 129, External grads., grads. of other approved Univs., and 
persons who have passed examns. equivalent to those required for a 
degree in these Univs. are allowed, under certain conditions, to enter 
as Internal students for the degree of Doctor in the several Faculties, 
and for the degree of M.A. A student desirous of taking a higher 
degree under these Sees, of the Statutes is required to produce a certif . 
from the Governing Body of a School of the Univ., or from a Teacher 
or Teachers of the Univ., stating that the student is in their opinion 
a fit person to undertake a course of study or research with a view to 
the degree selected. Students whose applications are approved are 
required to pursue a course of study extending over at least 2 yrs. 
In July 191 3 there were approximately 90 students (69 men and 21 
women) registered as preparing for Higher Degrees under Sec. 1 1 3 of 
the Statutes. They were studying for the D.D. (4) ; M.A. (26) ; LL.D. 
(3) ; D.Mus. (1) ; D.Sc. (35) ; D.Sc. in Engin. (1) ; and D.Sc. in Econ. 
(20). They came from Camb. (29), Ox. (10), Mane. (6), Durh. (5), 
Wales (5), Calc, Liv., Melb. (3 each), Aberd., Cape, Dub., Edin., Glas., 
Madras, Syd. (2 each), and various other British and foreign Univs. 
There were 73 registered under Sec. 129. 

The B.Sc. degree, in the Faculties of Science, Engin., and Econ., 
may also be taken " by Research " by Internal students under Regns. 
which have been approved by the Senate, in accordance with the 
Statutes, Sec. 112. Candidates must have attained the age of 19 and 
must have passed the Interm. examn. The research must extend 
over a period of at least 2 yrs. 

The courses for the Pedagogy Diplomas are post-graduate. 

The Univ. arranges every year for the delivery of Lectures for 
Advanced Students by Profs, of other Univs. and other distin- 
guished visitors. During the Session 19 12-13 such lectures were 
given by Profs, of Ox., Halle, Paris, Wales, Glas., Berl., Tor., Strass., 
Wise, by an Inspr.-Genl. of the French Ministry of Pub. Instrn., the 
Solicitor-Genl. of N.Z., and many other high authorities. The subjects 
dealt with were very various, including some belonging to each Faculty 
except Music. 

Scholarships, &c, open to Graduates. Studentships are awarded 
by the Senate in aid of advanced work or research. These include 
the Sir George Jessel^o p. a. for 1 or 2 yrs., which is open to students 
of Univ. Coll. and is given for Maths. ; the Lindley ^100 and the 
Univ. £$0 for Physiol. ; the George Smith ^100 for Arts, awarded 
on the results of the B.A. Honours examn. ; and the Mitchell £ 100 for 
Econ. The Gilchrist Trustees provide funds for two Studentships, 
viz. one of £100 for a woman graduate who is preparing for a profes- 



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sion ; and one in Mod. Langs., ^80, open under certain conditions to 
grads. of either sex who have taken Honours in French or German 
at the B.A. examn. and are desirous of pursuing a course of study abroad 
with a view to the profession of teaching. Three Ouseley Memorial 
and 2 Gilchrist Scholarships of ^50 each for 1 yr. are awarded annually 
for proficiency in Oriental Langs, on the results of an examn. in July. 
Further details regarding these and other Studentships, &c, open to 
grads. will be found in the Scholarships Pamphlet obtainable post 
free on application to the Univ. 

An Appointments Board (Secy. — H. J. Crawford, B.A.) was recently 
constituted by the Senate to assist grads. and students of the Univ. 
and to co-ordinate and supplement the work done by the Schools and 
Institns. of the Univ. in this direction. It registers the qualifications 
of : (a) Grads. of this Univ. ; (b) Grads. of other Univs. who are students 
of London ; (c) Undergrads. in their last term previous to entry on 
Degree examns. In the last 6 mos. of the academic year 19 12-13 some 
1240 different vacancies were notified to suitable registered grads. 
The only fee charged is a registration fee, at present fixed at 5s., for 
the year the name is retained on the Registers. 

Women. In 1878 the Univ. agreed to accept a supplementary 
charter making every degree, honour, and prize awarded by it accessible 
to students of both sexes on equal terms. It was thus the first academic 
body in Great Britain to admit women as candidates for degrees. 

Residential Facilities. The following hostels have been recog- 
nized by the Senate : More House, Chelsea, forming part of the scheme 
for the Univ. Hall of Residence, opened in Nov. 1907 ; Univ. College 
Hall, Ealing, opened in Nov. 1908, for students of Univ. Coll. ; College 
Hall, Byng Place, Gordon Square, W.C. (for women students). Resi- 
dence is provided at certain Theol. Colls., at the S.E. Agric. Coll., Wye, 
and by the following Hospl. Med. Schools : Bart's, Guy's, Middlesex. 
All the larger Colls, keep registers of approved lodgings. Residence 
is provided for women in connexion with King's, King's Coll. for 
Women, Holloway, Bedford, Westfield, and the Lond. School of Med. 
for Women. 

The Libraries belonging to, and connected with, the Univ. contain 
in the aggregate about half a million vols, distributed over every branch 
of knowledge. In recent years the Senate have put in operation a 
scheme of centralization for welding together these previously inde- 
pendent units so as to avoid as much as possible waste and overlapping. 
They are of 3 classes, having distinct functions, which cannot be united 
successfully in one library in the case of a federal Univ. such as London. 
The Univ. Library is intended to be so constituted as to provide 
well-equipped special collections to promote research work, and also 
to serve as a lending library from which students can borrow expensive 
works, thus avoiding an extravagant multiplication at the various 
educational centres of works which are only required from time to time. 



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In another category are the " Seminar " Libraries at Univ. Coll., the 
function of which is to prepare the student for the use of research 
libraries, to teach him how to find his materials, how to test their genuine- 
ness, and how to weigh the value of their evidence. Thirdly, there are 
the working libraries at the various Schools and Colls, of the Univ., 
the function of which is the provision of books for immediate use. 

The Central Building at S. Kensington contains in the General 
Univ. Library and the Goldsmiths' about 100,000 vols, and pamphlets. 
The former consists of special collections and standard works chosen 
chiefly on account of their rarity and inaccessibility to students. It 
is strong in works on Hist., and there are also a number of journals, 
proceedings of learned societies, and other periodicals. The special 
collections include : (a) Augustus de Morgan's rare and curious books 
mostly on Maths, and Astron. ; (b) the books on Hist, and Latin and 
Greek Classics bequeathed by George Grote, a former Vice-Chancellor; 
(c) Russian and other books presented by Vice-Chancellor Sir J. G. 
Shaw-Lefevre ; (d) a library of recently published books and periodicals 
on Physiol, established in connexion with the Physiol. Lab. ; (e) a 
reference section of bibliographies ; (/) a collection of theses, both of 
London and other Univs. The Lady Welby Library (1500 vols, and 
1000 pamphlets) consists chiefly of works on Theol., Philos., Econ., 
Educn., Science, and Philol., which were collected and annotated by 
the late Hon. Victoria, Lady Welby. It was presented by Sir Charles 
Welby in 19 12, conditionally on its being kept together and housed in 
the Central Building of the Univ. It is available, under safeguards, 
for students of any nation, and its use is not limited to members of the 
Univ. The Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature (45,000 vols, 
and pamphlets), collected by Prof. H. S. Foxwell to serve as a basis to 
the study of the industrial, commercial, monetary, and financial 
history of the U.K. as well as the gradual development of econ. science 
generally, is one of the finest econ. libraries in the world. It is of 
39 years' growth, the first impulse to its formation coming from the late 
Prof. Stanley Jevons about 1875. It was presented to the Univ. by 
the Goldsmiths' Company in 1903 conditionally on its being always 
kept together at the Central Building. The history of econ. thought 
is practically complete in so far as England is concerned, and very full 
in respect of the French economists before and during the Revolutionary 
period. There are a large number of MSS., many of exceptional 
interest, autograph letters, and portraits of economists and statesmen. 
The Railway section includes a collection which formerly belonged 
to John Urpeth Rastrick. Among other special collections are that of 
Richard Oastler on factories, a valuable .set of Factory Commission 
and similar reports, and the Sabatier Collection of about 1000 pieces 
on French monetary history, particularly of the Revolutionary period. 
There are valuable sets of econ. periodicals, a large number of which 
are in progress and kept up to date. 

The Library of Univ. Coll. (130,000 vols, and 17,000 pamphlets) 
has been grouped into a number of classified training sections into 
which a Prof, can take his students to instruct them in methods of 
research. It includes a collection of about 2^00 books on Pol. Econ., 



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established in memory of David Ricardo ; Joseph Hume's Parliamen- 
tary library, including some 5000 polit. and econ. tracts ; papers and 
correspondence of Jeremy Bentham ; Chinese Library (over 9000 vols.) 
of Robert Morrison ; Law Library of William Blackburn of Lincoln's 
Inn (2486 vols., including many early printed books) ; Library of 
Edward Holme, physician of Manchester (9776 vols, and 5029 pam- 
phlets) ; that of J. Bentham Mill ; that of Prof. James Morris (8500 
vols.), rich in classics ; Math. Library of Prof. J. T. Graves (15,000 books 
and pamphlets), containing a large number of rare and early printed 
books and a few MSS. ; Quain Law Library. The Science Library, 
which contains about 25,000 vols., includes chemical books bequeathed 
by Profs. G. Fownes and T. Graham ; works on Zool. and Zootomy 
bequeathed in 1874 by Prof. R. E. Grant; works illustrating the 
development of physiol., collected by Prof. W. Sharpey ; and the library 
transferred to the Coll. by the Geol. Assocn. The Arts Libraries com- 
prise Dr. H. C. Barlow's collection relating to Dante and Italian lit. 
and the Leighton (Philos.) ; Strong (1000 vols., chiefly Oriental texts 
and grammars) ; Mocatta (Jewish Hist, and Antiq., 5000 vols.) ; 
Whitley Stokes (Celtic, 3000 vols.) ; Yates (Class. Antiq. and Epigraphy) ; 
and the Edwards (Egyptol.) Libraries. 

The Library of King's Coll. contains about 30,000 vols., including 
Sir Charles Wheatstone's (Electricity, Phys., and Maths.) ; W.Marsden's 
(Oriental) ; and Prof. Skeat's and Dr. P. Furnivall's (English) 
collections. 

Numerous special collections are to be found in the several Schools 
of and Institutions connected with the Univ., notably the Theol. Colls., 
St. Bart's, Univ. Coll., Guy's, Lond., Sick Children's, Roy. Dent., 
Nat. Dent., Roy. Lond. Ophth., Paralysed and Epileptic Hospitals, 
School of Pharmacy, Roy. Vet. Coll., Colls, of Music, Training Colls., and 
Jews' Coll. 

The Science Library of the Vict, and Albert Museum, which is under 
the Board of Educn., is accessible to students of the R.C.Sc. The British 
Library of Pol. Sc. (1 10,000 vols.) at the Lond. School of Econ. is open to 
students of the School, public officials, Univ. teachers, and other persons 
properly recommended. Information respecting the various libraries 
in London is given in Rye's Guide (v. "List of Publications," p. 274). 

Museums. Among the many Museums which, in addition to those 
belonging to the Schools and Institns. of the Univ., are accessible to 
students in London are the British Museum (Antiq. and Nat. Hist.) ; 
Horniman (Anthrop. and Zool.) ; London ; Parkes (Roy. San. Inst.) ; 
Practical Geol. ; Roy. Archit. Soc.'s ; Roy. Coll. of Surgeons' ; Science, 
S. Kensington (Mech., Nav., and Struct. Engin., Phys., Maths., Chem., 
Physiog., Geol., and Biol.) ; Sir John Soane's (Art and Antiquarian) ; 
Victoria and Albert, S. Kensington (Archit. and Sculpture, &c). 

University Extension. The work of the Board to Promote the 
Extension of Univ. Teaching falls under the following heads : (a) 
Univ. Extension Lectures and Tutorial Classes for Working-people ; 
{b) Holiday Courses for Foreigners ; (c) Inspection and Examn. of 



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Schools ; (d) Examns. for the Certif . in Religious Knowledge ; (e) 
Examns. for. the Certifs. in French and in German. 

(a) Univ. Extension Lectures have been carried on by the Board 
since 1902, and, prior to that, since 1876, by the London Society for 
the Extension of Univ. Teaching. By agreement with the Univs. of 
Oxford and Cambridge the work is restricted to the Metropolitan area. 
Courses are held, at about 50 centres, on Hist., Lit., Art., Econ. and 
Social Sc, and Nat. Sc. A class is held in connexion with each lecture, 
and students are encouraged to do regular paper-work for the lectr. 
An examn. for certifs. may be held at the end of each Sessional (24 or 
25 lectures) or Terminal (10 or 12 lectures) Course. A few short 
courses (5 lectures) of a pioneer or illustrative character are arranged ; 
in connexion with these there is no examn. Continuous study over 
several years is encouraged by the Vice-Chancellor's Certif. of Con- 
tinuous Study (awarded to students who obtain 4 Sessional Certifs. 
in subjects chosen from certain groups) and by the Scheme for Diplomas 
in the Humanities, established in 1908, in accordance with which 
Diplomas are awarded, under the Seal of the Univ., to students who 
carry on an approved co-ordinated course of study covering 4 yrs., 
and pass an examn. on the work of each Session, and a final advanced 
examn. on the whole course. The Diploma Scheme provides for the 
needs of non-academic students who, as a rule, are engaged in regular 
occupations, but who wish to make a thorough study of one subject 
in a way that will enable them afterwards to carry on independent 
work. Diplomas are awarded in the following subjects : Hist., Lit., 
Econ. and Social Science, Hist, of Art. 

The Tutorial Classes for Working-people are under the immediate 
direction of a Joint Committee, first constituted in 1909 to co-operate 
with the Univ. Extension Board for this purpose. The Committee 
consists of 7 members nominated by the Board and 7 representing 
various labour organizations nominated by the Workers' Educational 
Association. The classes extend over 3 consecutive years, and 
membership is limited to not more than 32 students, who undertake 
to attend regularly and to do regular paper-work for the Tutor. Certifs. 
are not awarded. There were 5 classes in the year 1909-10 ; 26 in 
1912-13. 

Both the Extension Lectures and the Tutorial Classes are carried on 
with the aid of donations from various corporate bodies and private 
individuals. 

(b) A Holiday Course for Foreigners has been held annually in 
London since the year 1904 ; in addition, a Holiday Course for English 
and Foreign Teachers of Mod. Langs, was held at Ramsgate in 191 2 
and 1 91 3. Students may present themselves for examn. at the end 
of the course. Special stress is laid upon Phonetic teaching. The 
London course is held during 4 weeks from the middle of July, and is 
designed to widen the student's knowledge not only of the Engl. Lang., 
but of English customs, institns., and art, by means of lectures, classes, 
a choral society, excursions, &c. The total number of students admitted 
to the course is limited to 256, and the number in each class to 8. During 
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from 26 countries. The Kamsgate course is held during 3 weeks in 
Aug. There are courses of lectures on Engl, and French Lit. and on 
Methods of Mod. Lang. Teaching, and single lectures on various subjects. 
181 students attended in 191 3. 

(jo) Inspection and Examination of Schools. One of the most impor- 
tant and valuable features of the Examn. scheme is the close relation 
into which it brings examn. and inspection, more especially in the case 
of schools under regular inspection by the Univ. This relationship 
has been carefully developed by the Board from year to year, and is 
of the greatest assistance in promoting close co-operation between the 
Examining Body and the Schools and thus adding to the educational 
value of the examns. The County Councils of Surrey and Middlesex 
have placed their Secondary Schools to the number of 40 under the 
Univ. for regular inspection and for the holding of the School examns 
the local authority in each case making a special financial arrangement 
with the Univ. It has been found possible to make an arrangement 
by which the Board of Educn. and the Univ. inspect alternately and 
exchange Reports. 

Inspection may include either a general inspection of the whole 
school or a special inspection of certain subjects or groups of subjects. 
It may be so combined with the Certificate examns. that these form 
an integral part of it. It may also include an examn. carried on by 
the Inspectors and the Staff of the school in co-operation. This system 
of combined inspection and examn. is known as Examinational 
Inspection, and is capable of considerable variation to meet the require- 
ments of any particular school. 

The Examinations for Certificates are held only in Schools inspected 
by the Univ. or under other approved inspection ; the course of study 
in the school must also be approved. The examns. are of 3 grades : 

I, Higher, II, Senior, and III, Junior, for I, the Higher School Certif., 

II, the (a) Senior School, (b) Matricn., or (c) School Commercial Certif., 
and III, the Junior School Certif., respectively. Certifs I, II (a), and 
11(c) are not awarded until the pupil leaves school. For Examns. I 
and II schools are required to submit for approval their own syllabus 
in each subject, and the papers are set upon the approved syllabuses. 
For the Senr. School examn. schools may be examined, in the case of 
subjects included in the Matricn. regns., either upon the syllabus 
prescribed by the Univ. for the Matricn. examn. or upon their own 
special syllabus, provided such syllabus is approved as at least equivalent 
to that for which it is substituted. 

The Higher School Examination is intended for pupils who after 
passing the Senior School examn. remain at school until the age of 
18 or 19 and desire to specialize in certain subjects. 

The Senior School Examination is intended for pupils about the 
age of 16-17 Y rs - The combination of subjects that may be taken 
at it offers greater variety than is the case in the Matricn. examn., 
but the standard in each subject is the same as that required for Matricn., 
and a pupil who passes at one and the same examn. in a combination 
required for Matricn. is registered as a Matriculated Student of the 
Univ. For Certif. 11(c) the combination of subjects required differs 

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from that required for 11(a). The standard in each subject is the 
same as that for the Senior School examn., but the subjects are treated 
from the commercial standpoint. The Comml. Certif. Scheme also 
permits endorsement upon either II (a) or III of one or more Comml. 
subjects. The Senate have established a Panel of Advisers, consisting 
of a number of the leading authorities on Comml. subjects, to 
advise them in matters of policy and principle in connexion with 
the Scheme. 

The Junior School Examination is intended for pupils about the age 
of 15. The examn. is set entirely upon the Schools' own approved 
syllabuses. 

In the case of each of the School examns. an Inspector visits the 
school for the purpose of conducting an oral examn. in such Mod. 
Langs, as are taken. Practical examns. in Science are optional, 
except in the case of Genl. Elem. Science at the Senior stage, in which 
subject they form an essential part of the examn. 

Exemptions. The School examns. of the Univ. are accepted under 
certain conditions as exempting from the examns. of other bodies. 

(d) The Examination for the Certificate in Religious Knowledge, 
instituted in 1909, is held once a year, in June. It may be held at any 
of the Provincial centres at which the June Matricn. examn. is 
appointed to be held, as well as in London. 

(e) Examinations for the Certificate in French and the Certificate in 
German were held for the first time in Aug. 191 3. They are intended 
primarily for teachers who are not specialists in, but who require a 
Certif. testifying to their practical working knowledge of, the language, 
both spoken and written. 

[Further information and copies of the Regns. may be obtained from 
the University Extension Registrar, University of London, South 
Kensington, S.W.] 

Publications. The following are obtainable from the Publishers 
to the Univ. of Lond. Press — Hodder and Stoughton, Warwick Sq., 
London, E.C. : 

The Calendar, pubd. in Sept., price 6s. net, postage 5d. (for 
1910-11 it is out of print). Regns. and Courses for Internal Students 
(the " Red Book "), pubd. in Sept., 2s. 6d., postage 5d. The Courses 
are pubd. separately for the several Faculties, 3d. each net. A special 
Pamphlet is also pubd. giving particulars of Evening Courses. 
Regns. for External Students (the " Blue Book ") pubd. in Sept., is. 6d. 
net, postage 4d. London Univ. Gazette, under the editorship of the 
Principal ; 10 nos. are pubd. in the course of the year at average 
intervals of 4 weeks ; the Examn. Lists are pubd. in Supplts. ; annual 
subs., including postage, 5s. ; single no., 6d. Matriculation Pamphlet, 
issued after each Examn., containing the Regns. and Examn. Papers, 
6d. post free. Examn. Papers, published as soon as possible after the 
several Examns. ; prices vary from 3d. to is. Libraries of London : a 
Guide to Students, by R. A. Rye, Goldsmiths' Librarian ; 6d., postage 
^d. ; 2nd edition, 2s. 6d., postage 4d. Historical Record of the Univ., 
pubd. in Sept. 191 2 ; contains (a) a Hist, of the Univ. ; {b) the Univ. 



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Charters, and Acts of Parliament referring to the Univ. ; (c) former 
Fellows ; (d) Donations and Trusts ; (e) Grads. ; (/) persons to whom 
prizes, &c., have been awarded, and other information of historical 
interest ; 5s. net. The Almanac, pubd. in Sept. ; a broadsheet, together 
with a Calr. of principal events of current year and other particulars ; 
2s. 6d. 

Regulations. The following may be obtained post free on appli- 
cation to the Univ. : Regns. for Matricn. ; Regns. for Int. and for Ext. 
Students (pubd. separately) for Degrees in Arts, Science, Agric, &c, 
and for Teacher's Diploma ; Scholarships pamphlet ; O.T.C. Handbook. 
Applications for any of these should be addressed to the Principal. 



THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received. Grants from the L.C.C. for 9 professorial 
chairs, Libraries, Advanced Lectures, the Physiol. Lab., Classes in 
Hist, and Engl, at *U and K, Home Science at KW, and Tutorial 
Classes, and (^2000) for general purposes ; increased Board of Educn. 
grants to UK, KW, BW, E, and EL; offer by anonymous donor 
to complete the buildings for Archit., Sculpture, and Eugenics at U, 
for which he gave last year £$0,000 provided that the Univ. con- 
tributes ^3000 ; an endowment (^1400 p.a.) by Mr. Ratan Tata, of 
Bombay, in the first instance for 3 yrs., of a scheme " to promote the 
study and further the knowledge of the principles and methods of 
preventing and relieving destitution and poverty " ; a "Sir A. 
Wollaston Franks" Studentship of ^50 p.a. for 5 yrs., founded by the 
Soc. of Antiquaries for research in the Archaeol. of the British Isles 
in its comparative aspects ; a bequest of ^800 for prizes to be awarded 
in connexion with K ; renewal for 5 yrs. of Prof. Trouton's gift of 
^100 p.a. for Phys. Research Studentships at U ; the Library of 
Engl. Lang, and Lit. of the late Prof. Skeat, presented for the benefit 
of K ; the Library of the late Lady Welby, over 3000 books, mostly 
philosophical ; Gilchrist Medal for annual award in connexion with 
the recently established Diploma in History of Art (Humanities Diploma 
Scheme); a further sum of ^1000 granted by Goldsmiths' Company 
for binding books in Goldsmiths' Library. Vide also notes under Univ. 
Coll. 

Special Event. Publication of Report of the Royal Commission 
on Univ. Education in London recommending a reconstitution of the 
Univ. 

New Departments, &c. The L.C.C. grants have enabled the 
Colleges to institute 3 new Univ. chairs in addition to the 9 referred 
to above, and the Univ. to carry out an enlarged scheme of Advanced 
Lectures. In addition to Englishmen, several eminent foreigners 
consented to come over and lecture : among them, Abbe Breuil and 
Profs. Loofs, Nernst, Foucher, Walther, and Bresslau. Accommoda- 

* U, K, &c. f v. list on p. 242. 



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tion for the work to be done under the Rat an Tata benefaction above 
mentioned has been found at the School of Economics, and Profs. 
Hobhouse and Urwick have been appointed Hon. Director and Hon. 
Secy., and R. H. Tawney Director, of the Dept. A separate Board of 
Studies in Sociology has been established. The Appointments Board 
has been given a full-time Secy. 

University Extension, &c . Including Tutorial classes, 120 courses 
were given, viz. 71 Sessional, 24 Terminal, 25 short courses. An experi- 
mental Holiday Course at Ramsgate designed chiefly for Engl, and 
French teachers was instituted. The number of Tutorial Classes has 
been increased to 26 ; questions are arising now as to the maintenance 
of Univ. work for students who have passed through the 3 yrs. course 
and the institution of new classes. A highly successful summer school 
was held at the Univ. and at Univ. Coll. and King's Coll. during 4 
consecutive week-ends. School examns. were held at 100 schools, 
the majority being in London and the Home Counties. In 191 2-1 3 
the educational work of 36 schools was reported upon under the Regns. 
for Inspection and Examinational Inspection, in addition to the reports 
which are made annually upon the work of the schools of the Middlesex 
and Surrey County Councils as tested by the written and oral examns. 
held at Midsummer. 

Number of Students who appeared for examn. : 12,455 — namely, 
Matricn. and Registration, 6961 ; Prelim, and Interim, 3381 ; First 
Degrees, 1798; Higher Degrees, 191 ; Diplomas, 124. Of the 1989 can- 
didates for degrees 983 were Internal. The total number of Internal 
students at the end of the year was 4664. 

Number of Degrees conferred (in 191 2), 1286, including 374 women, 
as follows (the number of Internal and External students being given 
in this order): B.A., 206, 243; M.A., 29, 25; D.Lit., 3, 4; B.Sc, 167, 
181; D.Sc, 9,4; B.Sc.(Agric), 4, 2; B.Sc.(Vet. Sc), 3,0; B.Sc.(Eng.), 
84, 51 ; B.Sc.(Min. and Met.), 3, o; B.Sc.(Econ.), 23, 17; D.Sc.(Econ.), 
1, o; B.D., 8, 25; LL.B., 16, 33; LL.D., o, 2; B.Mus., o, 1; M.B., 
B.S., 70, 27 ; M.D., 26, 13 ; B.S., 1, o ; M.S., 3, 1. 

Changes of Policy or Alterations of Regulations, (i) The 
titles of Univ. Prof, and Univ. Reader, formerly conferred only on 
" Appointed Teachers," were conferred each on 23 Recognized Teachers 
at schools and other institns. with the consent of the governing 
bodies. (2) The general future policy of educational development at 
Univ. Coll. and King's Coll. has been laid down on the recommendation 
of a Special Committee, and the Dept. of Archit., which, in accordance 
with this scheme, is to be concentrated at Univ. Coll., is being provided 
with a new building (see under "Benefactions"). A general scheme 
for the administration of the new Univ. School of Archit. has also been 
adopted. (3) King's Coll. for Women has now been placed under a 
separate delegacy so that it has no longer any direct administrative 
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continue to assist in the educational work of the Coll. for Women. (4) 
The East London Coll. has been reconstituted under a scheme promoted 
by the Board of Educn. whereby its educational work is completely 
separated from the activities of the People's Palace, and the Coll. 
itself is placed under a new governing body upon which the Univ. has 
3 representatives. This is the last step effecting the complete trans- 
formation of this institn. into a Univ. Coll. (5) The scheme of co-ordi- 
nation of advanced work in the Univ., the Imp. Coll., and other Schools 
of the Univ. is progressing favourably ; arrangements are now made 
for conferences between the teachers in subjects other than Engi- 
neering in order to prevent undue overlapping and competition. (6) A 
Univ. Diploma in Fine Art has been instituted. (7) Military Science 
has been included as a subject for the Interm. and, with effect from 
191 5, Final examns. in Arts and Science. 

Additions to Buildings, &c. The building for the Dept. of 
Architecture (v. " Benefactions ") has been completed ; the new 
Chem. Labs, at Univ. Coll. are in course of erection and the Coll. has 
been authorized to issue a general statement of the future development 
of its buildings and the funds required for their completion ; towards 
the erection and endowment of the Dept. of Domestic Science of King's 
Coll. for Women £100,000 has been contributed and an excellent site 
has been found ; the new buildings of Bedford Coll. were opened by 
H.M. the Queen. 

Additions to Amenities. The Univ. Contingent of the O.T.C. 
established a Band. Arrangements have been made for establishing 
a Univ. Club for graduates and officers, and for the publication of 
a students' magazine, The Undergraduate. 

Other New Developments. The Naval Medical School at 
Greenwich was admitted as a School of the Univ. in the Faculty of 
Medicine ; a University representative was appointed to the newly 
instituted Teachers' Registration Council. 

Conferences. The proceedings of the Imperial Univs. Congress 
were opened by the Chancellor in July 191 2. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE 

[Founded 1826, opened Oct. i, 1828, under the title of " The Univ. 
of London," and incorporated as " Univ. College, London," by Royal 
Charter dated Nov. 28, 1836. This Charter was annulled by Act of 
Parliament passed June 24, 1869, whereby the Coll. was re-incor- 
porated with additional powers and divested of its proprietary 
character. On Jan. 1, 1907, in accordance with the provisions of the 
Univ. Coll., London, (Transfer) Act, 1905, the Coll. was incorporated 
in the Univ. of London.] 



278 LONDON 

Chairman of the College Rt. Hon. Lord Reay, K.T., 

Committee G.C.S.I., LL.D. 

Vice-Chairman Sir Edward H. Busk, M.A., LL.B. 

Treasurer F. V. Schuster, B.A. 

Provost T. Gregory Foster, B.A., Ph.D. 

Secretary W. W. Seton, M.A. 

Publications Secretary R. G. Armstrong, LL.B. 

Tutor to Women Students Winifred Smith, B.Sc. 

Librarian R. W. Chambers, M.A., D.Lit. 

This College, situated in Gower St., W.C., provides instruction in 
Arts, Science, Law, Engin., and Econ., and is a Univ. centre for Prelim, 
and Interm. Medical Studies. It also provides in the Faculty of 
Medical Sciences post-grad, instruction in Path. Chem. and in 
Hygiene and Pub. Health. The Faculty of Arts includes the Slade 
School of Fine Art, the Indian School and the School of Mod. Oriental 
Langs, (organized in co-operation with King's Coll.), and the School 
of Archit. Facilities for Research are provided in all departments. 

There are 87 appointed and recognized Univ. Teachers (v. list of 
Univ. Profs., &c), including 30 Profs. 

Admission. The minimum age is 16. In certain exceptional cases 
in the Slade School students may be admitted at a younger age. The 
courses are open to men and women alike, except in Engineering and 
Medical Sciences. There is a College Matricn. examn. for non-matricu- 
lated students proposing to take a Diploma course in Engin. 

A Diploma in Engineering (after a 3 yrs. course) and Certificates in 
Engin. (after a 2 yrs. course) and in Archit. (after a 3 yrs. course) are 
conferred by the College. 

Residential Facilities. Univ. Coll. Hall, Ealing (Warden — 
W. W. Seton, M.A.) provides residence for 40 men students. Coll. 
Hall, Byng Place (Principal — Miss Hollings, M.A.) for women students 
has accommodation for 37. A register of boarding residences (not 
under the control of the Coll.) is kept. 

Libraries, v. supra, p. 270. 

Laboratories and Museums. Anat., Comp. Anat., Bact., Bot., 
Chem., Egyptol., Engin., Geol., Hygiene and Pub. Health, Mat. Med., 
Math. Instruments, Mineral., Path. Chem., Pharmacol., Philos. 
Apparatus, Phys., Physiol., Psych., Zool. Two Astron. Observatories, 
including the " Drapers' Company Transit House." 

Publications. The Calendar, price 3s. ; Annual Report of the 
Coll. Committee, with Financial Statements, &c ; Univ. Coll. Lond. 
Union Magazine, issued by the Union Society each term. The Brit. 
School of Archaeol. in Egypt has its headquarters at the Coll. and 



LONDON 279 

issues its periodicals from it. The Dept. of Applied Statistics and 
Eugenics issues the Drapers' Company Research Memoirs and Eugenics 
Lab. Memoirs and Lecture series and other publicns. A special 
prospectus of post-grad, courses and arrangements for research is 
issued. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions Received. For new Chem. Labs., £7000 ; for 
School of Archit., Sculpture Studios, and N.W. front of the Coll., a 
re-statement of offer of ^30,000 previously made ; bequests of Miss 
Rosa Morison (Lady Supt. of women students 1883-19 12), about 
£ 11,000, to be devoted to foundation of scholarships for women in 
German (the " Eleanor Grove ") and Engl, (the " Rosa Morison "), 
and an Entrance Scholarship in Arts, and to the endowment of the 
Teaching of Italian ; bequest by T. D. Murray, a former student, 
of ^200 for a Travelling Scholarship in Egyptology ; bequest by W. B. 
Jones, a former Fellow, of ^2500 ; for Engin. (Heating and Ventilating) 
courses, L.C.C. grant of ^300 ; for Biometric Lab., grant of £400 a 
year from Drapers' Company ; for Archit., ^250 from Carpenters' 
Company ; and numerous smaller contributions. The Parliamentary 
grant has been raised from ;£ 11,000 to ;£ 16,000 with effect from April 1, 
191 1 ; the Bd. of Educn. grant for Tech. and Professional work amounts 
to ^2773. 

Special Event. Opening of Inst, of Pharmacol, by Sir Thomas 
Barlow, President of the R.C.P., on Dec. 4. 191 2. The funds for the 
building were provided by Mr. Andrew Carnegie. 

New Departments and Posts. Univ. Readerships in Geom. 
and in Graphics ; Univ. Lect'ship in Milit. Sc. ; Lect'ships in Phys. 
Anthrop. and Vertebrate Palaeontology ; Ass'tship in Phonetics (for 
new courses in spoken Engl.). A course for the newly instituted Univ. 
Diploma in Fine Art has been provided. The study of Heating and 
Ventilating Engin., for which a Lect'ship was recently instituted, 
received a further impetus from the provision of 2 studentships by the 
Institn. of H. and V. Engineers. 

University Extension work in the ordinary sense of the term is 
not undertaken, but an Evening School of Hist, has been instituted 
in connexion with the Educn. Dept. of the L.C.C. providing a 3 yrs. 
course leading to Seminar courses for more advanced students and 
framed with a view also to preparation for the Diploma awarded by 
the Extension Board of the Univ. The total number of persons 
attending Pub. Lectures in 19 12-13 was upwards of 3000. 

Number of Students (1912-13). Full-time Degree students, 481 ; 
Diploma (Undergrad.), 93 ; Post-grad., 104 ; Slade School, 108 ; other 
full-time students, 54 ; part-time Degree and Diploma students, 00 ; 
other part-time, Post-grad., 307 ; others, 846 ; total, 2083, including 



280 LONDON 

87 in Training for Teaching in Elem. Schools. Of 177 newly admitted 
full-time students in Arts 78, and of 62 in Pure Science 11, were women. 

Number of Degrees and Diplomas obtained (1912-13). Doctors, 
20 ; M.A., 10 ; M.S., 1 ; B.A., 50 ; LL.B., 12 ; M.B., B.S., 17 ; B.Sc, 
44; B.Sc. (Engin.), 5; B.Sc. (Econ.), 1. Diplomas in Engin., 16; 
Pub. Health, 24. 

Additions to Buildings. The new Chem. building and School of 
Archit. (v. supra, " Benefactions ") are in course of erection. The 
Inst, of Pharmacol, was opened. The site of All Saints Church, 
Gordon Sq., has been acquired for extension of College and provision 
of a Great Hall. The total cost of this scheme will be ^12,000. Nearly 
;£ 10,000 was received towards the cost of rebuilding the College Hall for 
Women. 

Other New Developments. Arrangements have been concluded 
for transference of Archit. teaching hitherto carried on at King's to 
the new Univ. School of Archit. at Univ. Coll. 

Additions to Library. About 41 10 vols, and pamphlets, 
including 710 items added to the Mocatta Library and a complete set 
of the " Scrittori d'ltalia." The Lib. of the Bibliographical Soc. has 
been housed in the Coll. A catalogue of the periodical publicns. in 
the Lib. has been printed. £355 was allotted for the purchase of 
missing vols, of periodicals. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, KING'S 
COLLEGE 

[Founded by Roya Charter in 1829. Incorporated in the Univ. 
with effect from Jan. 1, 1910, under King's Coll., Lond., (Transfer) Act, 
1908.] 

Chairman and Treasurer of Viscount Hambleden. 

the Delegacy 

Vice-Chairman Hon. R. C. Parsons, M.A. 

Principal R. M. Burrows, M.A., D.Litt. 

Secretary Walter Smith. 

Librarian F. W. Walton, M.A. 

King's College, founded " for the purpose of giving instruction in 
the various branches of Literature and Science and the doctrines and 
duties of Christianity, as the same are inculcated by the United Church 
of England and Ireland," originally consisted of a School and a Dept. 
of Genl. Lit. and Science, to which was immediately added a Med. 
Dept. In 1838 the Engin. Dept. was founded. In 1839 the first 
Hospl. was built. In 1847 the Theol. Dept. was added, and in 1856 



LONDON 281 

the Evening Class Dept., for a considerable time among the largest 
in the Coll. In 1861 an Oriental section was started, and in 1881 
the Women's Dept. at S. Kensington was founded. By the King's 
Coll., Lond., Act, 1903, the obligation for Profs, and Lectrs. and Members 
of the Council to be members of the Church of England was removed 
except in relation to the Faculty of Theol. By the Act of 1908 King's 
Coll. School became a separate Corporation ; arrangements are made 
by which the Strand School and other non-Univ. work are removed 
from the Coll. buildings, and the Corporation of the Hospl. and the 
Advanced Med. School are made completely independent ; the Council 
remains the governing body of the Theol. Dept. (which is constituted 
a School of the Univ.), whilst the remaining Depts. of the Coll. and 
the Women's Dept. are incorporated in the Univ. of London, King's 
Coll., and Univ. of London, King's Coll. for Women, and are governed 
by the Univ. by means of a Delegacy or Committee appointed by the 
Senate. 

Univ. of London, King's College, which adjoins Somerset House 
in the Strand, provides courses in Arts, Science, Laws, Engin., and 
Econ., and is one of the Univ. centres for Prelim, and Interm. Med. 
studies. The classes in Laws are arranged by an Inter-Coll, scheme 
with Univ. Coll. and the Lond. School of Econ. The Final courses in 
Arts and Science are open to both men and women students. There 
is a Teachers' Training Dept. {Head — Prof. J. W. Adamson, B.A.) 
including a Day Coll. (men only) under the Bd. of Educn. and a Dept. 
for training Secondary Teachers. There are 64 Appointed and Recog- 
nized Teachers, including 19 Profs, (v. " List of Univ. Profs., &c"). 

Admission. The minimum age is 16 years. There is a Coll. 
entrance examn. for candidates who have not passed a Univ. Matricn. 
examn. 

A Diploma in Engin. is conferred by the Coll. for a complete course 
of study of usually not less than 3 yrs. Certificates are awarded on 
the results of the annual examns. The Assoc' ship of the Coll. is 
now conferred only on those who, having taken a Univ. degree, have 
also attended a prescribed course in Div. It is open to both men and 
women. 

Residential Facilities. A list of boarding-houses * is kept, and 
there is a hostel for Theol. students in Vincent Sq., Westminster. 

To encourage Scientific Research a Lay ton Studentship and a 
Daniell (Chemistry) Scholarship are awarded. 

Libraries, v. supra, "Univ. Libraries," p. 271. 

Laboratories and Museums. Anat. (containing Hughes Collec- 
tion), Comp. Anat., Biol., Bot., Chem., Engin., Geol. and Mineral., 
Mat. Med., Metall., Pharmacol., Phys., Physiol., Psych., Zool. The 
Bact. and Pub. Health Labs, are at 62 Chandos St., W.C. 

Publications. Calendar, price 3s. post free. 



282 LONDON 

The Year 1912-13. Special Event. At the end of the Session the 
Dept. of Archit. was transferred to Univ. Coll., and the Strand School, 
taken over by the L.C.C., was removed to Brixton. Changes in Staff 
of Appointed and Recognized Teachers (other than Univ. Profs, and 
Univ. Readers). Burrows, R. M., apptd. Principal and Lectr. in 
Classics and Archaeol. ; Headlam, A. C, Principal, resigned, but 
retains his Professorship in the Theol. Dept. ; Macphail, A., Lectr. in 
Anat., resigned ; Sikes, A. W., Lectr. in Physiol., resigned ; Smith, 
R. Elsey, Prof, of Archit., transferred to Univ. Coll. Number of 
Students, 2540, including 461 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students. 
Number of Degrees and Diplomas Obtained (1912-13). B.A., $j ; 
M.A., 1 ; LL.B., 6 ; B.Sc, 26 (including 2 women of K.W., who took 
Final 2 years at King's) ; B.Sc.Eng., 8. Diplomas : Pedagogy, 2 ; 
Teacher's Diploma, 6 ; Pub. Health, 16 ; Engin., 9 ; Assoc'ship, 26. 
Additions to Buildings. The rooms vacated by the removal of the 
Strand School to Brixton. Other New Developments. New Hostel 
opened in Vincent Sq., Westminster. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, KING'S 
COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

[Founded as Women's Dept. of King's Coll. in 1881, and incor- 
porated in the Univ. Jan. 1, 1910.] 

Warden Miss H. D. Oakeley, M.A. 

Secretary Miss E. Plumer. 

This College, situated at 13 Kensington Sq., W., provides courses 
in Arts and Science for the University of London B.A. and B.Sc. 
degrees. There is a Dept. of Home Science and Econ., which prepares 
for a Coll. Certif. (3 yrs. course) and Diploma (post-grad, course), and 
a Dept. of Div., governed by the King's Coll. Council, which prepares 
for the B.D. and the Univ. Certif. in Relig. Knowl. The second and 
third year students in Science attend Lectures and Lab. courses at 
King's Coll. There is a Hall of Residence for students. There are 
18 Appointed and Recognized Teachers [v. supra, Econ., Hist., Langs. 
(Class., Engl., French, German, Ital.), Maths., Philos., Phys., Zool.]. 

The Year 19 12-13. Changes in Staff of Appointed and Recog- 
nized Teachers (other than Univ. Profs, and Univ. Readers). Dale, 
J. B., Lectr. in Maths., resigned ; Edwards, R. W. K., apptd. vice 
Dale ; Shovelton, S. T., Lectr. in Maths., resigned. New Post. 
Lecturer in French. Number of Students. Full-time Degree students, 
57 ; Diploma, Post-grad., 2 ; others, 21 ; part-time Diploma students, 
15 ; other part-time students, 198. Number of Degrees Obtained 
(1911-12). B.A., 10; B.Sc, 8; Diplomas and Certifs. in Home 
Science, 7 ; Theol., 5 ; Assoc'ship, 8. 



LONDON 283 

IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND 
TECHNOLOGY 

[Incorporated under Royal Charter of July 8, 1907 ; a School of 
the Univ. in Science and Engineering.] 

Visitor His Majesty the King. 

Rector Sir Alfred Keogh, K.C.B., LL.D. 

Secretary A. Gow, M.A., B.Sc. 

Registrar John Jones. 

This institution includes as integral parts the following Associated 
Colleges (situated close to the Central Offices of the Univ.) : 

The Royal College of Science. 

The Royal School of Mines. 

The City and Guilds (Engineering) College {Dean — W. E. Dalby, 
M.A., B.Sc, F.R.S. ; Secy, to the Delegacy — A. L. Soper). 

The R.C.Sc. and R.S.M. were founded in 1851 as "The Govt. 
School of Mines and of Science applied to the Arts," the name Being 
changed to " The Metropolitan School of Science applied to Mining 
and the Arts " in 1853, when the Royal Coll. of Chemistry (founded by 
private enterprise some years before) was incorporated in it. Between 
1859 and 1 88 1 the School became an almost purely technical one, and 
its title was changed to " The Royal School of Mines." In 1881, under 
the name of " The Normal School of Science and Royal School of 
Mines," a Training School for Science Teachers was established, the 
Technical School for Mining and Metallurgy being, however, retained 
as a branch of the institution. In 1890 the name was again changed 
to " The R.C.Sc, with which is incorporated the R.S.M." 

The City and Guilds of London Inst., an association of the Cor- 
poration and Livery Companies of the City of London for the advance- 
ment of Technical Education, was founded in 1878 and was granted 
a Royal Charter in 1900. It established in 1884 a " Central Technical 
College " providing systematic courses in Engin. and Tech. Chem. 
of a more advanced character than was provided by the City and 
Guilds Coll. at Finsbury. It was in 1899 included as a School of the 
Univ. in Engin., and on the establishment of the Imp. Coll. in 1907 
became the Engineering section of the new Coll. under the name of 
the City and Guilds (Engin.) Coll. It is administered by a Delegacy 
consisting of representatives of the Imp. Coll., of the C. and G. Inst., 
and of the Goldsmiths' Company. 

The purposes of the Imp. Coll. as defined in its Charter " are to 
give the highest specialized instruction and to provide the fullest 
equipment for the most advanced training and research in various 
branches of science, especially in its application to Industry . . . 
having regard to the provision for those purposes which already exists 



284 LONDON 

elsewhere." There are 40 Appointed and Recognized Teachers (v. 
supra, Bot., Chem., Engin., Geol., Maths., Metall., Mining, Phys., 
Zool.). 

Admission. The conditions of admission are as under, but the 
Imperial Coll. reserves power to admit in special cases candidates 
whose qualifications do not in every respect coincide with those 
prescribed, but whose previous training fits them to take full advantage 
of the course proposed ; the prescribed qualifications give no right 
to admission, but will be considered with others of which the candidate 
may give evidence, (i) R.C.Sc. A candidate for admission must be 
as a rule not less than 17 yrs. of age. For admission to 1st yr. 
Assoc, courses 19 14-15 and subsequent sessions a special entrance 
examn. in Maths, and Mechanics, Chem., Phys., Engl., French or 
German or Spanish, and Mech. or Freehand Drawing must be passed, 
unless exemption is obtained on the ground of having passed equivalent 
examns. elsewhere. (The Matricn. examn. of the Univ. of Lond. 
and certain other Univs. is considered equivalent provided the student 
has passed in " More Advanced Maths." and " Elem. Mechanics," 
and in the other subjects prescribed for the entrance examn.) Candi- 
dates for admission to a 2nd or 3rd yr. must have reached a standard 
correspondingly higher, (ii) R.S.M. ,as above except that Freehand 
may not be substituted for Mechanical Drawing, (iii) City and Guilds. 
A candidate desiring to enter for the 1st yr. of the Assoc'ship course 
must be at least 16 yrs. of age and must pass a special entrance 
examn. in Maths, and Mechanics, Mech. Drawing, Phys., Chem., 
Engl., and French or German, unless he has passed the Matricn. examn. 
of the Univ. of Lond., taking certain specified subjects, including More 
Advanced Maths. For admission to the 2nd yr. course candidates 
must take the more advanced papers in the College examination or 
they must have passed the Interm. B.Sc. Engineering in the Univ. of 
Lond. in Maths., Pure and Applied, Electricity and Magnetism, 
Drawing and Design, and Heat with Optics. Candidates for admission 
to advanced or research work are admitted on satisfying the Coll. 
authorities as to their previous training. 

Courses and Diplomas. R.C.Sc. courses extending over 3 yrs. 
lead to the A.R.C.S. Diploma in Mechanics, Phys., Chem., Bot., Zool., 
or Geol. Complete specialized courses covering 4 yrs. lead to the 
A.R.S.M. Diploma in Mining or Metall. ; a course in the Technology 
of Oil has recently been instituted. A characteristic feature of the 
R.C.Sc. and R.S.M. courses is that as far as possible the student is 
engaged in one subject during a complete half-session. The Diploma 
of the City and Guilds Inst. (A.C.G.I.) is awarded in Civ. and Mech. 
Engin. and in Elec. Engin., the courses extending over 3 yrs. In 
future the Civ. and Mech. Dept. will be divided into a Mech. Engin. 
and Motive Power Dept. and a Civ. Engin. and Surveying Dept. In 
addition to these Diploma courses the Imp. Coll. offers special facilities 
for more advanced work in all of the branches mentioned. The ad- 
vanced student may engage in research work or attend full-time 



LONDON 285 

organized advanced courses, or may attend the Coll. as a part-time 
student for the purpose of taking one of the Special Lecture courses 
with Lab. work or a specially arranged course. Such advanced courses 
arranged for 191 3-14 include subjects in the Depts. of Maths, and 
Mechanics, Phys., Chem. Tech., Biol., Geol., Metall., Engin. The 
Diploma of membership of the Imp. Coll. is awarded for an approved 
course of advanced work or research at the Coll. in Science or 
Technology. 

Scholarships for Research and Advanced Work include the 
Marshall (interest on £1000) and Huxley (interest on about £1400) for 
Biol, research, and Clement Le Neve Foster (interest on £1000) for 
excellence in Geol., Mineral., or Mining. Three scholarships (including 
1 provided by the Women's Aerial League) have recently been awarded 
annually for research in aeronautics. The Institn. of Mining and 
Metall. offer annually 2 of £50 each to assist Associates of the R.S.M. 
to take a practical course in mines or works. Three Beit Scientific 
Research Fellowships of £150 p.a., tenable at the Imp. Coll. for not 
more than 2 years, are open to persons of European descent by both 
parents who have taken or qualified for a degree in any approved 
British Univ., or obtained a Diploma or Assoc'ship of any approved 
Coll. 

The Science Library of the Victoria and Albert Museum is 
available for use by the Staff and students, and each Dept. is provided 
with a special Library. 

Each Dept. has Research Laboratories and full facilities for post- 
graduate work. 

Publications. The Calendar, price 6d. ; Annual Report, 3^d. ; 
Imp. Coll. Booklet. A list of memoirs and papers pubd. by members 
of the Coll. is included in the Annual Report. 

Association and Affiliation. In 1909 the Metall. Dept. of the 
Univ. of Sheff. was recognized as being in association with the Imp. 
Coll. for the Advanced Metall. of Iron and Steel. Huddersfield Tech- 
nical College has been approved temporarily as an institn. of which 
the 1st yr. course will be accepted in lieu of the 1st yr. of Imp. 
Coll. courses. 

Benefactions Received in 1912-13. £37,000 from the Gold- 
smiths' Company (being supplementary to the £50,000 given in 1909) 
for extension of Engin. Dept. 

Changes in Staff of Appointed and Recognized Teachers. Baker, 
H. B., apptd. Lectr. in Chem. ; Bone, W. A., apptd. Lectr. in Chem. 
Tech. ; Carlyle, W. A., Lectr. in Metall., resigned ; Cox, S. H., Lectr. 
in Mining, resigned ; Eyre, J. V., Lectr. in Chem., resigned ; Freche- 
ville, W., apptd. vice Cox ; Harrison, J., Lectr. on Theory of Machines, 
&c, resigned ; Henrici, O., Lectr. in Maths., resigned ; Lea, F. C, 
Lectr. in Civ. and Mech. Engin., resigned ; Lowry, T. M., Lectr. in 
Chem., resigned ; Perry, J., Lectr. in Maths., resigned ; Robertson, 



286 LONDON 

P. W., apptd. Lectr. in Chem. ; Robson, W. E., Lectr. in Design of 
Elec. Machinery, resigned ; Rosenbaum, M., Lectr. in Elec. Tech., &c., 
resigned ; Sedgwick, A., Prof, of Zool., deceased ; Smith, S. P., and 
Witchell, E. F. D., apptd. Lectrs. in Elec, and Civ. and Mech. Engin. 
respectively. 

New Departments, &c. The establishment of an Asst. Prof ship 
of Biochem. marks an important advance in enabling the Dept. of 
Botany to deal with an aspect of Botany which is rapidly growing in 
importance. Two new chairs of Chemistry (Organic and Physical) 
have also been instituted. 

Number of Students (1911-12). Full-time Diploma students, 
A.R.C.S., 142 ; A.R.S.M., 177 ; A.C.G.I., 376. Further Diploma 
(Imp. Coll.), 51. Other full-time students, post-Diploma, 16 ; other, 17. 
Part-time Diploma students, 8 ; other part-time students, 141. 

Diplomas Obtained (1911-12). Membership of Imp. Coll., 28; 
A.R.C.S., 57 ; A.R.S.M., 35 ; A.C.G.I., 88. 



ROYAL HOLLOWAY COLLEGE FOR 
WOMEN 

Opened in 1886. A School of the Univ. in Arts and Science ; 
situated at Englefield Green, Surrey, 19 miles from London ; intended 
for resident students, though others whose homes are near may be 
admitted ; has residential accommodation for about 200. 

Principal — Miss E. C. Higgins, B.A. ; Secretary — Miss A. Martin 
Leake ; Appointed «and Recognized Teachers — 17 [v. supra, Bot., 
Chem., Hist., Langs. (Class., Engl., French, German), Maths., Phys., 
Zool.]. 

The courses provided enable students to prepare for Univ. of 
Lond. Bachelorship and higher degrees in Arts and Science. College 
courses are also provided in connexion with which a Coll. Certif. is 
granted. 

The Library has 12,000 vols. The Coll. has Chem., Phys., Bot., 
and Zool. Laboratories and Bot. Gardens. Post-graduate or Research 
Studentships (2 or 3 of ^40 each) are offered annually. Publications : 
The Calendar, price is. 4d. post free; " Illustrated Description of the 
Coll.," 7^d. post free. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Miss Field, Head of the Dept. of Chem., 
resigned and has been succeeded by G. Barger, M.A., D.Sc, on whom 
the title of Univ. Prof, has been conferred. Number of Full-time 
Students preparing for the Bachelorship, 141 ; Bachelor students pre- 
paring for the Master's or Doctor's degree, 5 ; total Internal (Univ. 
of Lond.) students, 148. 



LONDON • 287 

BEDFORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

Founded 1849. A School of the Univ. in Arts' and Science; 
situated in Regent's Park ; has residential accommodation for 85 
students. 

Principal — Miss M. J. Tuke, M.A. ; Secretary of Council — Miss 
E. T. McKnight, M.A. ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 26 
[v. supra, Art, Bot., Chem., Educn., Geol., Hist., Hygiene, Langs. 
(Class., Engl., French, German), Maths., Philos., Phys., Physiol., 
Zool.]. 

Minimum age for admission, 17. Students are prepared for all 
examns. of the Univ. of Lond. in Arts, Science, and Pedagogy, for the 
Camb. Teachers' Diploma, the Bedford Coll. Hygiene Diploma, and 
San. Inspectors' Joint Board (London) examn. There are also Art 
and Hortic. courses. In Med. the Coll. is recognized by the Univ. for 
the purposes of Prelim, and, in Chem. and Physiol., Advanced Med. 
Studies and by the Conjoint Board of the R.C.S. and R.C.P. in respect 
of courses in Chem., Phys., and Biol. ; by Camb. for the Secondary 
Teachers' course ; and by the San. Insp. Board. The Tate Library 
and Wernher Reading Room contain 22,000 vols. Special facilities 
are offered for Research work in the Laboratories (Bact., Bot., Chem., 
Geol., Phys., Physiol., Psych., Zool.). Publications. The Calendar, 
price is., postage 3d. 

The Year 1912-13. New buildings were opened by H.M. the 
Queen on July 4, 191 3. Benefactions Received. For equipment 
(Physiol.), £500 ; for furnishing Common Rooms, ^250 ; for building 
Reading Room, ^1000 (Wernher bequest) ; for Endowment Fund, 
£1000. Changes in Staff. Hilton, H., apptd. Univ. Prof, of Maths. ; 
Spurgeon, C. F. E., apptd. Univ. Prof, of Engl. Lit. ; Tweedy, M., 
apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Physiol. ; the Title of Univ. Reader was con- 
ferred on 4 members of the Staff. New Departments and Posts. 
Lect'ship in Maths, became Univ. Prof 'ship, consequent on a grant 
by the L.C.C. to the Univ. ; Dept. of Engl, was divided into Lang, and 
Lit. ; Assistant-Lect'ship in the Training Dept. has been arranged 
for ; special courses in Cytology have been arranged for ; the removal 
of the Coll. to Regent's Park has made possible the development of 
the Bot. Garden, and a course in Hortic. has been established. Exten- 
sion Work. In co-operation with the L.C.C, courses for Teachers 
were held in the Lent term in Engl. Lit. and French. Number of 
Students preparing for the B.A. degree, 181 ; B.Sc, 61 ; Diploma, 35 ; 
occasional students, 46 ; M.A., D.Sc, and Research, 8. New 
Buildings, consisting of 6 main blocks standing in grounds of 8 
acres, were opened. Additions to Library. Books to the value 
of £1500. 



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EAST LONDON COLLEGE 

Established 1892. A School of the Univ. in Arts, Science, and 
Engineering ; situated in Mile End Rd., E. ; governed under a scheme, 
approved by the Board of Education in 191 3, by a Council (19 
members) including the Master and Clerk of the Drapers' Company, 
the Principal of the College, and representatives of the L.C.C., the 
Univ. of London, and of the Academic Board which comprises the 
Heads of Departments. 

Principal — J. L. S. Hatton, M.A. ; Registrar — T. C. Hodson ; 
Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 25 [v. supra, Bot., Chem., 
Engin., Geol., Hist., Langs. (Class., Engl., French, German), Maths., 
Phys.]. 

Facilities for research are offered in all, especially the Phys., Chem., 
and Elec. Eng. Depts., to which special Research Laboratories are 
attached. Publications. The Calendar, free. There are 407 internal 
(Univ. of Lond.) students, chiefly day (including 132 women) ; about 
1 50 others, chiefly evening. 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Founded 1895. A School of the Univ. in the Faculty of 
Economics and Political Science (including Commerce and Industry) ; 
situated in Clare Market, Kingsway, W.C. 

Director — Hon. W. Pember Reeves ; Secretary and Registrar — Miss 
C. S. Mactaggart ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 25 {v. supra, 
Accountancy, Commerce, Econ., Ethnol., Geog., Hist., Law, Palaeog., 
Philos., Pol. Theory, Pub. Administration, Sociol., Stats., Transport). 

Courses of Lectures, Classes, or Tutorial supervision are provided 
in all the subjects (with the exception of Insurance) falling within the 
Faculty of Econ. and Pol. Sc. Courses at the School are also recog- 
nized in the Faculties of Arts, Laws, and Science. British and foreign 
economists and political students, professors at foreign Univs., &c, 
from time to time give short courses on their special subjects, and 
distinguished men engaged in public life or administration occasionally 
lecture to the students. Investigation and research work are done 
under the immediate personal supervision of the Director or a member 
of the Staff ; the method of utilizing the Brit. Museum, Pub. Record 
Office, &c, is explained ; brief bibliographies are supplied together 
with information as to the main sources from which they may be 
extended. The manner in which students collect and use their 
material is criticized and discussed. 29 Research Studentships of 
from £100 to £2$ p.a. have been awarded ; the candidates have been, 
with few exceptions, graduates or women students of the older Univs. 
The British Library of Pol. Sc. (v. supra, " Libraries of the Univ.") 
is intimately connected with the School and housed in the same building. 



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The Year 191 2-1 3. Benefactions Received. Bequest (Sir Julius 
Wernher), ^500 ; for building fund, £100 ; for social research, ^100 ; 
for essay in connexion with lectures on tea, £$ ; other gifts, ^130. 
Fresh Source of Revenue. Treasury grant for superannuation, ^300. 
Special Event. Absorption of the School of Sociology and Social 
Economics, carried on for 9 years under C. S. Loch, LL.D., D.C.L. 
New Departments and Posts. A Chair of Ethnology, tenable at this 
School ; a Univ. Prof, of French Hist, and French Institns. to lecture 
at the School ; a Lectr. in charge of the Department of Social Science 
and Administration with two part-time assts. ; a Demr. in the Dept. 
of Geog. ; and Assts. in the Depts. of Statistics, and Econ. Hist., 
Modern and Mediaeval (v. also " New Depts." on p. 275). Number of 
Students. Full-time, preparing for Bachelorship or Diploma examns., 
126 ; Bachelor students preparing for Master's or Doctor's degree, 41 ; 
engaged in Research, 11 1 ; total internal students, 332. Additions 
to Buildings. Part of permanent extension begun. Relations entered 
into with other Bodies. Inter-Coll, courses in subjects of Imperial 
interest drawn up in assocn. with Univ. and King's Colls. Notable 
Additions to Library. The Libraries of the Roy. Econ. Soc. and the 
School of Sociol. ; Ratzel — " Anthropogeographie " ; Lavallee — 
" Les Classes ouvrieres en Europe " ; Le Play — " Les Ouvriers 
europeens " ; Neuhass — " Deutsch Neuguinea " ; " Legislation of 
the Empire," 9 vols. ; V Anthropologie, 1901-1913 ; Zeitschrift fur 
Ethnologie, 1 891 -191 3 ; Briere et Caron — "Repertoire methodique 
de l'histoire moderne," 5 vols. ; Caron — " Bibliographie de travaux 
publies de 1 866-1 897 sur l'histoire de la France " ; Garnier-Pages — 
" Histoire de la Revolution de 1848," 8 vols.; Conrad — " Hand- 
worterbuch der Staatswissenschaft," 8 vols. 



SOUTH-EASTERN AGRICULTURAL 
COLLEGE, WYE 

Founded 1894. A School of the Univ. in Science (Agriculture) ; 
situated near Wye Station, on the S.E.Ry. ; residential accommoda- 
tion for students in the Coll. and at the Farm* 

Principal— -M. J. R. Dunstan, M.A., F.R.S.E., F.I.C. ; Secretary— 
H. W. Kersey ; Recognized Teachers — 4 [v. supra, Agric, Bot. 
(Mycol.), and Vet. Sc.]. 

This Coll. provides training for students intending to engage in 
Agric. or become teachers or scientific advisers. Instruction is given 
in Hops, Horticulture, Forestry, Dairy-work, Farriery, Iron and 
Wood-work, Poultry and Bee-keeping. The Coll. is a centre for extra- 
mural lectures, and conducts field experiments, makes analyses of 
soils, &c, and holds summer courses for Elem. School Teachers and 
short courses for farmers' sons. The courses are — 4 years for B.Sc. 
degree, 3 for Diploma, 2 for Certif., 2 for Commercial Fruit-growing, 
Surveyors' and Estate Managers', and for N.D.A. The Library has 
3500 vols. The Chem. Laboratories are equipped for research. There 
are a Biol. Lab. with space for 35, and Labs, for Vet., Bact., and 

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Entom. research. The Farm covers 460 acres. There are Demonstra- 
tion plantations for Forestry instruction and a Research Station at 
Mailing, near Maidstone, for Fruit investigation. Publications. The 
Journal, price 7s. 6d. p.a. (residents in Kent and Surrey, 3s. 6d.) ; 
Prospectus, 6d. There are 21 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students and 
about 130 others. 59 reside at the Coll. and 12 at the Farms. 



WESTFIELD COLLEGE, HAMPSTEAD 

Founded in 1882 by Miss Dudin Brown for the higher education 
of women, including instruction in the Christian Religion. A School 
of the Univ. in Arts ; situated near the S.W. corner of Hampstead 
Heath (Kidderpore Avenue, Finchley Rd.) ; has residential accommo- 
dation for 60 students. 

Principal — Miss de Selincourt ; Secretary — Miss S. M. Smee ; 
Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 10 (v. supra, Bot., Hist., 
Langs., Maths.). 

Students are not admitted under the age of 18, and are required 
to pass an entrance examn. Approved courses in the Faculty of 
Science in Bot., Maths., and Psych, are provided, as well as courses in 
Arts ; Honours courses in Classics, Hist., Engl., French, Maths., Bot. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Changes in Staff. Miss C. L. Maynard 
(Mor. Sc. Tripos, Girton Coll., Camb.), Mistress of the Coll. since its 
foundation in 1882, resigned and was succeeded by Miss A. de Selin- 
court (Mod. Langs. Trip., Girton, and Student of Som. Coll. Ox.) 
Sept. 191 3. Number of Students. Full-time, preparing for Bachelor- 
ship, 58 ; occasional, 3 ; Bachelor students preparing for Master's or 
Doctor's degree, 1. 



LONDON DAY TRAINING COLLEGE 

Founded 1902 ; a School of the Univ. in the Faculty of Arts 
(Pedagogy) ; situated in Southampton Row, W.C. ; under the manage- 
ment of a Council of which the Chancellor of the Univ., Chairman of the 
L.C.C., and Chairman of the London Educn. Committee are ex-officio 
members. 

Principal — John Adams, M.A., B.Sc, LL.D. (Prof.) ; Secretary — 
Miss M. A. Green ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 4 (v. supra* 
"Education"). 

The work is purely professional, i.e. bears directly on the prepara- 
tion of students for the teaching profession. Students are trained 
under the Regns.* of the Board of Educn. for the Training of Teachers 
for (1) Elem., (2) Secondary Schools ; students preparing" for the" Univ. 
Higher Diploma in Ped. and other advanced students are also admitted. 
The courses include, in addition to those in the theory and practice 
of Educn., Nature Study, Clay-Modelling, Drawing, Music, Voice- 

* To be had in pamphlet form (6d.) from Wyman and Sons, Ltd., Fetter 
Lane, E.C. 



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Production, Phys. Training, Handicraft Instruction, and Needlework. 
The instruction is so arranged that it will be possible for a student 
who has already graduated to devote himself continuously for a year 
to the Theory, History, and Practice of Educn. and obtain the Lond. 
Univ. Teachers' Diploma. Undergrads. can take a 4 yrs. course so 
as to satisfy all the requirements of the Board of Educn. and those of 
the Univ. for the degree of B.A., B.Sc, or B.Sc. (Economics) ; these 
attend at other Colls, of the Univ. for their degree courses. The well- 
equipped schools under the L.C.C. and some London Secondary Schools 
are used for practical instruction. There are also 2 Demonstration 
Schools attached to the Coll. There are 45 Internal students (in 
Pedagogy) , including 1 8 women ; other students doing preliminary 
work with a view to taking a post-grad, training course in their last 
year, 269 (156 women). 



THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS OF THE 
UNIVERSITY 

NEW COLLEGE, HAMPSTEAD 

Finchley Rd., N.W. Founded 1696, reconstituted 1850 ; trains 
candidates for the Congregational Ministry. 

Principal — A. E. Garvie, M.A., D.D. ; Secretary — Howard Staines, 
M.A., B.D. ; Recognized Teachers, including Principal — 5 (v. supra, 
Langs. (Class.) and Theol.). 

The Library (30,000 vols.) contains works on Theol. and Philos. 
and on the history of Nonconformity. There are 35 Internal (Univ. 
of London) students, and about 10 others. 

HACKNEY COLLEGE, HAMPSTEAD 

Founded 1 803 for the education of Ministers for the Congregational 
Churches ; other students are admitted to the classes for the Theol. 
examns. of the Univ. ; residential accommodation for over 30 is reserved 
for Ministerial students on the Foundation. 

Principal — P. T. Forsyth, M.A., D.D. ; Secretary — G. Hamson ; 
Recognized Teachers — 6 (v. supra, Langs. (Class.) and Theol.). 

Many of the classes are held at New Coll. in common with New 
Coll. or with New and Regent's Park Colls. The Library includes 
the collection (largely foreign) of Alfred Cave, D.D. There are 14 
Internal (Univ. of London) students and about 15 others. 

REGENT'S PARK COLLEGE 

Founded in 18 10 ; trains students for Ministry or Missions in 

connexion with the Baptist Denomination ; students reside at the Coll. 

Principal — G. P. Gould, M.A., D.D. ; Secretary — C. M. Hardy, B.A. ; 

tecognized Teachers — 3 [v. supra, Langs. (Class.), Philos., and Theol.]. 



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In certain subjects this Coll. combines with Hackney and New 
Colls., united classes meeting at New Coll. Students taking an Arts 
degree before their Theol. courses attend classes at Univ. Coll. The 
Library includes the Angus collection of books relating to the Baptist 
Denomination. There are 10 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students and 
about 17 others. 



KING'S COLLEGE: THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Strand, W.C. Under the government of the King's Coll. Council, and for 
certain purposes united with Univ. of Lond., King's Coll. under the 
name of King's Coll. ; has a hostel in Vincent Sq., Westminster, S.W., 
for 52 resident Theol. students. 

Dean of King's Coll. — A. Caldecott, D.D., D.Lit. ; Secretary — 
Waiter Smith ; Recognized Teachers — 10 [v. supra, Langs. (Class, 
and Hebrew), Philos., and Theol.]. 

There are both Day and Evening Classes. Complete instruction is 
given for all Theol. degrees in the Univ. and students are prepared for 
Holy Orders in the Church of England. The Council also provides 
classes in Theol. open to all students of King's Coll., and the Univ. of 
Lond., King's Coll. for Women. There are 47 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) 
students and 1 69 others. 



WESLEYAN COLLEGE, RICHMOND 

Opened 1843 '> the property of the Wes. Foreign Missionary Soc, 
held in trust for the Wes. Conference ; since 1885 has ceased to be used 
exclusively for students designated for foreign work. All students 
are accepted candidates for the Ministry of the Wes. Methodist Church. 
Residential accommodation exists for 60 students. 

Principal — W. T. Davison, M.A., D.D. ; Secretary of Committee — 
J. Banham ; Recognized Teachers — 3 (v. supra, Theol.). 

The Library is rich in works on Theol., Philos., Hist., and works 
relating to India and the Far East. There are about 60 students. 

ST. JOHN'S HALL, HIGHBURY 

Founded and endowed 1863 by A. Peache, D.D., Chancellor of the 
Western Univ. of Canada, for the training of candidates for the Ministry 
of the Church of England ; residential accommodation for 50 students. 

Principal — A. W. Greenup, M.A., D.D., Litt.D. ; Hon. Secretary of 
Council — J. E. Watts-Ditchfield, M.A. ; Recognized Teachers — 4 
[v. supra, Langs. (Arabic) and Theol.]. 

Prepares students for the L.Th. of the Univ. of Durh. as well as 
for the B.D. of the Univ. of Lond. Provides approved courses in the 
Faculty of Arts in Arabic. All students reside in the Coll. unless 
permitted in exceptional cases to reside in lodgings approved by the 
Principal. The Library includes the Theol. books of Purcell Fitz- 



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gerald and the Vigiles Library of works on foreign missions, besides a 
collection of Dutch works in Div. of the 17th and 18th centuries. 

In 191 2-1 3 the Jubilee of the Coll. (50th year from foundation) 
was celebrated. Changes in Staff. Wallis, C. S., M.A., Resident 
Tutor, apptd. Vice- Principal of St. John's Hall, Durh. ; Carpenter, 
J. N., M.A., apptd. Vice-Principal of Div. Coll., Saskatoon, Canada. 
Number of Students preparing for the B.D., 7 ; for the D.D., 3 ; about 
50 others ; continuing research in America, 1 . 



MEDICAL SCHOOLS OF THE UNIVERSITY 

[See also University College and King's College.] 

ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL 
SCHOOL 

W. Smithfield, E.C. Founded 1662 ; has residential accommodation 
for 26 students ; situated near Holborn Viaduct Station. 

Dean—T. W. Shore, M.D., B.Sc. ; Warden— W. Girling Ball, 
F.R.C.S. ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 38 (v. supra, Anat., 
Biol., Chem., Dent., Hygiene, Med., Phys., Physiol.). 

Approved courses in the Faculty of Science in Anat., Chem., Phys., 
and Physiol. The Hospital has 744 beds, including those at Con- 
valescent Home, Swanley. A new block, erected at a cost of ^120,000, 
includes 8 special depts., each complete within itself — Ophth., Aural, 
Laryng., Derm., Orthop., Dent., Gynaec., Elec. The Library is the 
largest of the Hospital Libraries of London. Museum contains over 
9000 Path, specimens, representing almost every known morbid 
condition, 2000 casts and drawings and specimens illustrating Genl. 
and Comp. Anat. and Physiol., Zool., Morph., Bot., and Mat. Med. 
The Laboratories (including one reserved for research in Pharmacol.) 
have lately been supplemented by the erection of the new Path. Dept. 
at a cost of ^30,000. There are 211 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students 
and about 200 others. 

ST. THOMAS'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Albert Embankment, S.E. Reorganized 1842. 

Dean— E. Stainer, M.A., M.D., B.Ch. ; Secretary— G. Q. Roberts, 
M.A. ; Recognized Teachers — 35 (v. supra, Anat., Biol., Chem., 
Hygiene, Med., Phys., Physiol.). 

Register of lodgings is kept. Hospital has 602 beds, and includes 
accommodation for diseases of women and children and of the eye, 
maternity ward (20 beds), isolation block, Dept. for Massage and 
Swedish Remedial Exercises, tuberculosis dispensary recently equipped, 
a Dept. for application of Finsen Light and Elec. treatment, a Vaccine 
Dept. in connexion with L. Jenner Laboratory. The Chem., Phys., 
Physiol., Path., and Anat. Depts. have large Laboratories for class 

ching and facilities for research. The Path. Dept. includes Museum 



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294 LONDON 

with over 3000 specimens, Modern Clin., Bact., Histol., and Chem. 
Labs. There are a Research Fellowship in Pharmacol, granted by the 
Salters' Company and a research scholarship in connexion with the 
clin. laboratories of the Hospital. There are 94 Internal (Lond. Univ.) 
students and about 120 others. 

WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Caxton St., S.W. Founded 1834. 

Dean—D. W. Carmalt Jones, M.A., M.D., B.Ch. Ox. ; Secretary— 
E. B. Hulbert, M.D. ; Recognized Teachers — 23 (v. supra, Dent., 
Hygiene, Med.). 

Subjects for 1st and 2nd examns. for Med. degrees are taught at 
King's Coll., others at the School in Caxton St. The Hospl. has over 
200 beds. New Clin, and Vaccine therapy Laboratories have lately 
been opened. Excluding those at King's Coll., there are 11 Internal 
(Univ. of Lond.) students and 14 preparing for Conjoint Diploma. 

GUY'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

St. Thomas's St., Borough, S.E. Founded in connexion with St. 
Thomas's Hospl. 1769 ; as a separate School 1826 ; has a residential 
Coll. for 60 students, under a Warden. 

Dean — H. C. Cameron, M.A., M.D. ; Clerk to the Dean — S. H. 
Croucher ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 35 (v. supra, Anat., 
Biol., Chem., Dent., Hygiene, Med., Phys., Physiol., Zool.). 

This School — associated with which is a large Dental School — 
provides complete courses in all the subjects required for the L.D.S. Eng., 
including the period of apprenticeship, as well as in the subjects of the 
Med. curriculum. The Hospl. has 617 beds, a large Out-patient Dept., 
a fully equipped Dental Dept., and Dental Laboratory. The new 
Gordon Path, and Anat. Museum contains over 5000 specimens. The 
Wills Library has 6500 vols. Laboratories for teaching and research 
are numerous and extensive. Foundations in aid of Research include 
Lect'ship in Exper. Path. (£600 p.a.), Dem'rship and Research Stud'- 
hsip (£300 p.a.), Lect'ship in Pharmacol. (£300 p.a.), Stud'ship in Path. 
(^150 p.a.), Stud'ship in Mat. Med., and Travelling Scholarship. There 
are 180 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students and about 320 others. 

ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Hyde Park Corner. Founded about 1752. 

Dean — R. S. Trevor, M.B. ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 
25 [v. supra, Anat., Chem. (Physiol.), Dent., Hygiene, Med.]. 

Residential accommodation for students attending Midwifery is 
provided. The Hospital has 440 beds, of which 100 are in the con- 
valescent branch hospital at Wimbledon. There are Laboratories of 
Path., Bact., and Pub. Health and for Research in Path. Chem. and 
Photo-micrography. Exhibns. of/100 p.a. (2 yrs.) and /40 (3 yrs.), 
a Scholarship of £$o, and prize in Bact. ^30 (3 yrs.) are available for 



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encouragement of Research. St. George's Hospl. Gazette is issued 
monthly during term. Changes in Staff. Dent, C. T., Lectr. in Surg., 
deceased; English, T. C, apptd. vice Dent; Slater, C., Reader in 
Bact. in the Univ. and Lectr. in Hygiene, resigned. Number of Students, 
60, including 1 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) student. 

LONDON HOSPITAL MEDICAL COLLEGE 

Turner St., Mile End, E. Founded 1758 ; hostel for 27 students in the 
Hospl. grounds. 

Dean—Proi. W. Wright, M.B., D.Sc, F.R.C.S. ; " Secretary— E. \J. 
Burdon ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 42^(w. supra, Anat., 
Biol., Chem., Hygiene, Med., Phys., Physiol.). 

The Hospital has 922 beds (more than any other in England). 
There are complete museums of Anat., Dent. Anat., Path., and Mat. 
Med. ; Path., Bact., Clin., Chem., and Biol. Laboratories ; a Patho- 
logical Institute for Advanced Research ; " Thompson- Yates " Research 
Library of Foreign Periodicals dealing with Anat., Physiol., and Path, 
Over 140 appointments are available for students annually. More 
than 150 Dressers, Clin. Clerks, &c, are appointed every 3 mos. 
Changes in Staff. Maxwell, R. D. (Midw. and Dis. of Women), and 
Walton, A. J. (Surg.), were added to the list of recognized teachers. 
Number of Full-time Students preparing for the Final examns. of the 
Univs. or Diplomas of Roy. Colls., 210 ; engaged in Research 9 ; 
Internal students (Lond. Univ.), 129. 

MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Cleveland St., W. Founded 1835 ; residential Coll. in Hospl. grounds. 

Dean — H. Campbell Thomson, M.D., F.R.C.P. ; Sub-Dean—]. 
Strickland Goodall, M.B. Lond., F.R.C.S., F.R.S. Edin. ; Secretary— F. C. 
Melhado ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 28 (v. supra, Anat., 
Chem., Hygiene, Med.). 

The Hospital has 440 beds, including 90 for cancer cases. There are 
special Cancer Research Laboratories. In the Electro-Therap. Dept. 
special attention is given to the treatment of lupus and cancer by 
X-rays. There are new Physiol., Chem., Path., and Bact. Laboratories, 
including Special Research Labs, in the Path, and Bact. Dept., and 
benches fitted for advanced Chem. and Pub. Health work. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Benefactions. £1 5,000 for a new Path. 
Block and Inst, of Hygiene. Number of Students preparing for Univ. 
and Diploma examns., 218, including 60 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) 
students ; for Doctor's or Master's degree, about 18 ; occasional 
students, 53 ; Research scholars, 5 ; Assts. to the Director of Cancer 
Research Labs., 3. 



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CHARING CROSS HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Charing Cross, W.C. Founded 1834. 

Dean—W. Hunter, M.D., F.R.C.P. ; Recognized Teachers— 18 
(v. supra, Dent, and Med.). 

Instruction is provided in all branches of the Med. curriculum 
(advanced studies). Students attend King's Coll. for instruction in 
subjects of the 1st and 2nd examns. for Med. degrees. Facilities for 
research are afforded in the Path. Chem., Morb. Anat., and Histol., 
Bact., Genl. Path, and Clin. Laboratories. The Univ. has recently- 
taken over a series of depts. of the School for the Labs, of Pub. Hea th 
and Bact. in King's Coll. and has transferred to them their full pro- 
fessional teaching staff. There are about 140 students, including 
4 Internal (Univ. of Lond.). 

LONDON (ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL) SCHOOL OF 
MEDICINE FOR WOMEN 

8 Hunter St., Brunswick Sq., W.C. Founded 1874 ; rebuilt 1 897-1900 ; 
students' chambers for 16. 

Dean — Miss Julia Cock, M.D. ; Secretary and Warden — Miss L. M. 
Brooks ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 21 {v. supra, Anat., 
Biol., Chem., Hygiene, Med., Phys., Physiol.). 

The work of the School is almost entirely confined to preparation 
for Med. degrees and Diplomas. Students are also prepared for the 
B.Sc. Honours degrees in Physiol, and Anat. The full course for Med. 
degrees can be pursued. Research Laboratories are attached to the 
Depts. of Anat., Physiol., Pharmacol., Chem., and Path. TheHospl. has 
165 beds. 

The Year 1912-13. Benefactions. ^2000 bequest for a Sharman- 
Crawford Scholarship ; ^627 for endowment of 2 Richard son- Kuhlmann 
prizes ; ^105 for an epidiascope. Changes in Staff. Cullis, Miss W. C, 
received Title of Univ. Reader in Physiol. ; Gardner, J. A., apptd. 
Lectr. in Chem. ; Manson, Sir Patrick, resigned Lect'ship in Trop. 
Med. ; Parsons, F. G., F.R.C.S., Prof, of Anat., resigned on appoint- 
ment to St. Thomas's Hospl. School ; Roughton, E. W., F.R.C.S., 
Teacher of Clin. Surg., &c, deceased ; Jones, F. Wood, apptd. Lectr. 
in Anat. Number of Students. Full-time, preparing for a first degree 
or Diploma, 168, including 149 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students ; 
occasional, 12 ; preparing for Master's degree, 1 ; engaged in research, 1. 
Additions to Equipment. Research Labs, in Path, and Pharmacol. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL MEDICAL 

SCHOOL 

Gower St., W.C. Formerly part of the Faculty of Med. of Univ. Coll. ; 
constituted a separate corporation under the U.C.L. Transfer Act, 1905. 
For purposes of government and organization the Prelim, and Interm. 
Med. Studies are controlled by the Univ., and the Final by the School. 



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Students' residence for Maternity students opposite the Hospital. 
Residential Hall (Univ. Coll. Hall), Ealing. 

Dean— G. F. Blacker, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. ; Secretary— 
L. R. Thomas ; Recognized Teachers — 24 (v. supra, Dent., Med.). 

Students receive instruction for the 1st and 2nd examns. for Med. 
degrees at Univ. Coll. and in Final Med. Studies at the School. Library 
contains 13,500 vols. Museum of Path. Anat. {Curator — T. W. P. 
Laurence, M.B., F.R.C.S.). Full descriptive catalogue. Laboratories 
for teaching and research in Chem. Path., Bact., Histol., and Exper. 
Path. Grants are made to Research workers from Charles Graham 
Med. Research Fund. The new Hospital, opened 1906, has 305 beds. 
Publications. Annual Calendar ; Prospectus ; Transactions of Re- 
search Dept. ; U.C.H. Mag., edited and managed by students, self- 
supporting. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Benefactions Received. ^3000 bequest (Mrs. 
Magrath) for Scholarship in Clin. Med. Special Event. Reception 
of Internat. Med. Congress. Changes in Staff. Lewis, T., apptd. 
Lectr. in Med. (Cardiography). New Departments, <S-c. Electro- 
cardiography ; Tuberculosis Dispensary for cases under Nat. Health 
Insurance Act. Number of Students. Full-time, preparing for 1st 
Degree and Conjoint Diploma, 120 ; occasional, 82 ; preparing for 
M.D. and M.S., 40 ; research workers other than teachers, 16. Above 
figures include 72 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students. Additions to 
Equipment, &>c. X-ray installation for Graham Research workers 
{v. also " New Depts.") ; Univ. Coll. Hall has been recognized as a 
Residential Hall. 



KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Denmark Hill, S.E. Formerly part of the Faculty of Med., King's 
Coll. ; constituted a School of the Univ. in the Faculty of Med. (advanced 
studies), Sept. 1, 1909, under the corporation of King's Coll. Hospl. 
by the K.C.L. Transfer Act, 1908. 

Dean— H. W. Lyle, M.D., F.R.C.S. ; Secretary— C. Kelway ; 
Recognized Teachers — 26 (v. supra, Dent., Hygiene, and Med.). 

The Univ. continues to teach in King's Coll. buildings the Prelim, 
and Interm. Med. Studies. Museums and Laboratories (v. supra, 
" King's Coll."). There are about 50 students, including 8 Internal 
(Univ. of Lond.). 

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Paddington. Founded 1852. 

Dean — Sir John Broadbent, Bart., M.D., F.R.C.P. ; Secretary — 
B. E. Matthews, B.A. ; Recognized Teachers — 31 (v. supra, Anat., 
Biol., Chem., Dent., Med., Phys., Physiol., Zool.). 

Complete courses, Prelim., Interm., and Final, for the Med. and 
Surg, degrees are provided. Special work is done in the Dept. of 

I Therapeutic Inoculation, 31 beds being set apart for tins under the 



298 LONDON 

personal supervision of Sir Almroth Wright. The Library has ^000 
vols. Laboratories. Phys., Physiol., Chem., Bact., Path., Pharm., 
Clin. Museum. Path. Anat. Publications. A monthly Gazette. 

The Year 1912-13. Changes in Staff. Ridewood, W. G., apptd. 
Univ. Reader in Zool. ; Senter, G., apptd. Univ. Reader in Chem. ; 
Wright, Sir Almroth E., apptd. Univ. Prof, in Exper. Path. A 2nd 
Asst. Lectr. in Bact. and a 2nd Asst. Pathologist were apptd. Number 
of Students. Full-time, 144 ; occasional, 62 ; research, 7. The 
figures include 69 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students. Additions to 
Equipment. New Clin. Lab. fully equipped for Clin, investigations 
and original research in Clin. Path. 



LONDON SCHOOL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Albert Docks, E. Founded 1899 ; an integral part of the Seamen's 
Hospital Soc. ; residential accommodation provided for students. 

Dean — Sir Francis Lovell, C.M.G. ; Secretary — P. J. Michelli, 
C.M.G. ; Recognized Teachers — 10 (v. supra, Hygiene, Med., Protoz., 
Zool.). 

Students must be qualified Med. practitioners, or be in the 5th yr. 
of their Med. studies. Graduates of every nation are admitted 
without regard to colour or creed. An examn. is held at the end of 
each term. The course is so arranged as to equip students for the 
Camb. Diploma in Trop. Med. and Hyg. and the Diploma in Diseases 
and Hygiene of the Tropics of the Royal Colls, of Eng. The majority 
of those whose qualifications are not registrable are debarred from 
taking these Diplomas. Certificates are granted at the School. The 
Hospl. contains 50 beds. A large proportion of the patients are 
sailors suffering from acute forms of Trop. disease. The School has a 
Library, Museum, and Laboratories with accommodation for 70. Fully 
equipped Labs, for Entom., Helminthol. Protozool., General Med. 
Zool., and Trop. San. and Hyg. The funds available for encouraging 
Research include ^10,000 (Wandsworth bequest) and £60 p. a. from 
the Hon. E. J. Stanley Memorial Fund. Many Trop. research expedi- 
tions have been equipped and maintained by the School. Publications 
— The Syllabus. 

The Year 1912-13. Benefactions Received. ^50,000 towards 
endowment up to 191 3. Number of Students. About 180 in a 
year (60 per session). Additions to Buildings, &c. New Labs, to 
accommodate 50 students ; additional residential accommodation 
for students. 

LISTER INSTITUTE OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 

(late Jenner Inst.), Chelsea Bridge Rd., S.W. Incorporated July 25, 
1 90 1 ; admitted as a School of the Univ. June 7, 1905, " for the purpose 
of Research in Hygiene and Pathology " ; open to students of both 
sexes ; serum dept. laboratories near Elstree, Herts. 

Director — C. J. Martin, D.Sc, M.B., F.R.S. ; Assistant Secretary — 



LONDON 299 

G. C. N. Cooper ; Appointed and Recognized Teachers — 7 [v. supra, 
Biochem., Hygiene, Med. (Bact. and Path.), Protozool.]. 

This School is similar in character and purpose to the Inst. Pasteur 
in Paris, Hyg. Inst, in Berlin, and others established on the Continent 
for research into causation and prevention of infective diseases of men 
and animals. The Dept. of Protozool. is presided over by the Univ, 
Prof, of that subject. There are fully equipped laboratories in that 
and in Bact., Biochem., Entom., and Statistical Depts. Publications. 
The Annual Report gives a list of scientific papers pubd. during the 
year. 

The Year 191 2-1 3. Sir Henry Roscoe, who succeeded Lord Lister 
as Chairman of the Governing Body in 1903, resigned, and his place 
was taken by Sir John R. Bradford. Changes in Staff. Dean, H. R^ 
Asst. Bacteriologist, apptd. Prof, of Path, in ShefL ; MacLean, H., 
1st Asst. in Biochem., apptd. Chem. Pathologist at St. Thomas's 
Hospl. ; Young, W. J., of the same Dept., apptd. Biochemist to the 
Australian Inst, of Trop. Med. The term of the deputation of G. F. 
Petrie for service under the Egyptian Govt, was extended to Dec. 31, 
191 3. Number of Students. 8 Internal (Univ. of Lond.) students. 
The staff includes 15 persons engaged in research in addition to the 
Appointed and Recognized Teachers. Researches were also carried 
out by 34 other persons (including 7 women). Additions to Equip- 
ment. The Elstree Labs, were completed. Subjects Investigated 
(v. List of 80 Scientific Papers annexed to Annual Report). The Staff 
co-operated with Med. Inspectors of the Loc. Govt. Board in investi- 
gating material from suspected typhoid carriers ; 3232 samples of milk 
were examined for Tubercle bacilli on behalf of the L.C.C. 

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL COLLEGE 

Grosvenor Rd., S.W. Opened Aug. 1902 ; admitted as a School of the 
Univ. in the Faculty of Med. for Officers of the R.A.M.C. July 22, 
1908 ; includes residence for 70 students ; is directly under the Army 
Med. Advisory Board. 

Commandant and Director of Studies — Col. B. M. Skinner, M.V.O. 

The College specializes in Trop. Med., Path., and Hygiene. Other 
subjects taught are Bact. and Military Surgery. Physical Training 
has been made a subject of special study in recent years ; also special 
teaching in Syphilology is carried out at the Military Hospital (8 1 beds) 
in Rochester Row, S.W. There are Laboratories for Hygiene and 
Pathology. The average number of officers under instruction is 70. 
They are (1) probationers and (2) Captains of the R.A.M.C. taking 
a 9 mos. course previous to examns. for promotion. The latter 
course is arranged in collaboration with the London Hospls. and Med. 
Schools as regards special instruction in General Med., Surg., and 
certain selected subjects. Publications. The Journal of the R.A.M.C. 
provides a supplement under the title of Corps News, wherein the 
careers of those who have been through the Coll. are noticed. 



300 LONDON 

ROYAL DENTAL HOSPITAL AND LONDON 
SCHOOL OF DENTAL SURGERY 

32 Leicester Sq., W.C. Founded 1858 ; admitted as a School of the 
Univ. in the Faculty of Med. in Dentistry only, as from Oct. 1, 191 1 ; 
open to men only. 

Dean—W. H. Dolamore, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., L.D.S. ; Secretary— 
E. Pink ; Recognized Teachers — 4 (v. supra, Dentistry). 

The School has a Library, Teaching Museum, and Laboratories for 
Phys. and Histol. ; for Chem. and Metall. ; for Bact. ; and for more 
technical work, such as Dent. Mech. Also an X-ray Dept. Number 
of Students, about 170. 



NAVAL MEDICAL SCHOOL OF THE ROYAL 
NAVAL COLLEGE 

Greenwich. Opened May 1, 1912. Admitted on Feb. 9, 191 3, as a 
School of the Univ. in the Faculty of Medicine for the Officers of the 
Royal Navy Feb. 9, 191 3. 

Director of Medical Studies — Fleet-Surgeon A. Gaskell, R.N. 

This School has accommodation for study and teaching of Genl. 
and Naval Hygiene, Clin. Path., Trop. Med., and Micro-Biology. In 
conjunction with the R.N. Hospl. at Haslar, it serves the same pur- 
pose in the Navy as does the R.A.M. College at Millbank in the Army. 
Three courses are prescribed of 2, 5, and 3 mos. duration respectively 
for Acting Surgeons, for Surgeons prior to examn. for promotion to 
Staff Surgeon, and for Senior Med. Officers. The average number of 
officers undergoing these courses annually is about 80. 



INSTITUTIONS HAVING RECOGNIZED 
TEACHERS * 

1. UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, GOLDSMITHS' COLLEGE, 
New Cross, S.E. (Incorporated in the University.) 

[Formerly the property of the Goldsmiths' Company, who in 1904 
presented to the Univ. the premises wherein they had since 1891 
carried on " The Goldsmiths' Company's Technical and Recreative 
Institute." Opened as a Univ. Institution in 1005.] 

Warden — W. Loring, M.A. ; Recognized Teachers — 15 [v. supra, 
Art, Bot., Chem., Engin., Geol., Hist., Langs. (Engl., Latin), Maths., 
Phys.]. 

This College is managed, under a scheme approved on Nov. 23, 
1904, and amended on March 25, 1908, by a Delegacy appointed 
annually by the Senate and consisting of 8 members of the Senate 
and 10 others, including representatives of the L.C.C. (2), the Kent, 



] 



LONDON 301 

Surrey, and Middlesex County, and Croydon County Borough Councils 
(1 each), and Goldsmiths' Company (2), the Principal of the Univ. 
and the Univ. Prof, of Educn. There are 5 Departments : (i) Training, 
(ii) Science, (iii) Engineering, (iv) Building, and (v) Art ; (iii) and 
(iv) are carried on at the Coll. pending the provision of an Engin. 
and Building School in the neighbourhood by the L.C.C. 

The Training Dept. has been established, and is maintained, with 
the help of subsidies received from the four above-named Councils 
and is at present the most conspicuous feature of the Coll. It is a 
Training Coll. (Elem.) recognized by the Board of Educn. The course 
extends over 2 yrs. Though technically a " Day " Coll., it has 
accommodation in Hostels for nearly all the women and many of the 
men students. A list of recognized lodgings is kept. The Warden of 
the Coll. is the Principal ; there are 2 Vice- Principals and about 30 
Lectrs. and Instructors. 

In the Science Dept. regular instruction is confined to the evening ; 
it includes preparation for both Pass and Honours degrees. The 
complete course for the Pass degree covers 5 yrs. Students are also 
prepared for the Board of Educn. (S. Kensington) and other examns. 
There are 7 Lectrs., all being Recognized Teachers of the Univ. 

In the Engineering Dept. the instruction is given entirely in the 
evening. Students are prepared for the examns. of the City and 
Guilds Inst., the Inst, of C.E., &c, and a course covering 5 yrs. in 
preparation for the Engin. Degree (external) of the Univ. has been 
arranged by co-operation with the Science Dept. There are also 
internal examns. for a Coll. Certif. and Coll. Diploma under regns. 
approved by the Univ. Head of Dept. — W. J. Lineham, B.Sc, M.I.C.E., 
&c. 

In the Building Dept. also only Evening classes are given. They 
prepare for the examns. of the Board of Educn., City and Guilds 
Inst., &c, and for internal examns. under regns. approved by the Univ. 
Head of Dept.— R. E. Marsden, B.Sc, A.R.S.I. 

In the School of Art Day and Evening classes are held. There is 
a Headmaster (F. Marriott, A.R.C.A., A.R.E.) with 8 Assts. 

Number of Students. Internal, 59 ; others, about 1050, of whom 
about 450 are in the Training Dept. 

2. BATTERSEA POLYTECHNIC, Battersea Park Rd., S.W. 
(a) S. G. Rawson, D.Sc, F.I.C. ; Secretary — J. Harwood. (b) 18. 
(c) Bot., Chem., Engin. (Civ., Elec, Mech., Surv.), GeoL, Maths., 
Music, Phys. (d) 109. (e) 2855. 

3. BIRKBECK COLLEGE, Breams Buildings, E.C. (a) G. 
Armitage-Smith, D.Lit. ; Secretary — H. W. Eames. (b) 32. (c) Biol, 
and Zool., Bot., Chem., Econ., Geog., Geol. and Mineral., Hist., Langs. 
(Class., Engl., French, Ger., Ital.), Law (Equity, &c, Common), Philos., 
Phys., Pub. Administration, (d) 359. (e) 11 17. 

(a) Name of Principal, (b) Number of Recognized teachers, (c) Sub- 
jects in which recognized, {d) Number of Internal students, (e) Total 
number of other students. 



3 02 LONDON 

4. CITY OF LONDON COLLEGE, White St., Moorfields, E.C. 
(a) S. Humphries, B.A., LL.B. ; Secretary — D. Savage. (6) 4. (c) 
Langs. (French, Ital.), Law (Commercial and Mercantile), Maths. 
(d) Nil. (e) 2261 (evening) ; 137 (day). 

5. FINSBURY TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Leonard St., Finsbury, 
E.C. (a) Prof. S. P. Thompson, D.Sc, B.A., LL.D., F.R.S. ; Registrar 
— L. G. Lines, (b) 2. (c) Chem., Engin. (Elec), Physics (Applied). 

(d) Nil. (e) 177 (day). 

6. JEWS' COLLEGE, Queen Sq. House, Guilford St., W.C. (a) A. 
Biichler, Ph.D. ; Secretary — A. M. Hyamson. (6) 4. (c) Langs. 
(Hebrew, Semitics). (d) 15. (e) Nil. 

7. NORTHAMPTON POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Clerkenwcll, 
E.C. (a) R. M. Walmsley, D.Sc, M.I.E.E., F.R.S.E. ; Secretary— 
W. K. Davis, (b) 10. (c) Engin. (Elec, Mech., Struct.), Maths., 
Phys. (Optics). \d) 14. (e) 1863. 

8. NORTHERN POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Holloway, N. 

(a) R. S. Clay, D.Sc, B.A. ; Secretary— W. M. Macbeth, (b) 10. 

(c) Bot., Chem., Engin. (Mech.), Geol., Maths., Physics, (d) 65. 

(e) 1638 (excluding Secondary School and Gymnasium). 

9. ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE, Camden Town, N.W. 
{a) Sir John McFadyean, LL.D., M.B., CM., B.Sc, M.R.C.V.S., 
F.R.S.E. ; Secretary— T. C. Wight, (b) 6. (c) Biol., Chem., Physiol., 
Vet. Sc (d) 14. (e) 150. 

10. SIR JOHN CASS TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, Jewry St., 
Aldgate, E.C. (a) C. A. Keane, D.Sc, Ph.D. ; Secretary— W. H. 
Davison, M.A. (b) 6. (c) Chem., Maths. (Pure and Applied), Phys. 

(d) 18. (e) 950. 

11. SOUTH-WESTERN POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Manresa 
Rd., Chelsea, S.W. (a) S. Skinner, M.A. ; Secretary — H. B. Harper. 

(b) 16. (c) Bot., Chem., Engin. (Elec. and Mech.), Geol., Maths., Phys., 
Zool. (d) u$. (e) Excluding Secondary School — Day, 697 ; Evening, 
1737- 

12. WEST HAM MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, Rom- 
ford Rd., West Ham, E. (a) J. R. Airey, M.A., B.Sc. (b) n. (c) 
Chem., Engin. (Elec, Mech.), Maths., Phys. (d) 66. (e) Day, 200 ; 
Evening, 2000. 

13. WOOLWICH POLYTECHNIC, Lower Market St., Woolwich. 
(a) A. F. Hogg, M.A. ; Clerk to Governors — A. J. Naylor. (b) 7. 

(a) Name of Principal, (b) Number of Recognized teachers, (c) Sub- 
ects in which recognized, (d) Number of Internal students, (e) Total 
number of other students. 



LONDON 303 

(c) Cliem., Engin. (Elec. and Mech.), Maths., Phys. (d) 9. (e) Ex- 
cluding Secondary School, 1300. 

14. MARIA GREY TRAINING COLLEGE, Salusbury Rd., 
Brondesbury, N.W. (a) Miss K. L. Johnston ; Secretary — Miss Hodge. 
(6) 4. (c) Educn. (d) 23. (e) 41. 

15. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, PADDINGTON, 34 Lancaster Gate, 
W. (a) Miss H. L. Powell, {b) 3. (c) Educn. (d) 14. {e) 18. 

16. DATCHELOR TRAINING COLLEGE, Camberwell Grove, 
S.E. (a) Miss C. E. Rigg ; Secretary — Miss E. C. Morse, (b) 3. (c) 
Educn. (d) 7. (e) 24. 

17. BOROUGH ROAD COLLEGE, ISLEWORTH. (a) F. J. R. 
Hendy, M.A. ; Official Correspondent — W. P. Williams, (b) 1. (c) 
Maths, (d) Nil. (e) Resident, 140. 

18. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, BATTERSEA, Vicarage Rd., S.W. 
(a) H. Wesley Dennis, M.A. (b) 1. (c) Educn. (d) Nil. (e) 150. 

19. ST. MARK'S COLLEGE, CHELSEA, (a) R. Hudson, M.A. 
(6) 1. (c) Educn. 

20. ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Marylebone Rd., N.W. 
(a) Sir A. C. Mackenzie, Mus.Doc, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.A.M. ; Secretary 
— F. W. Renaut. (6) 5. (c) Music, (d) Nil. (e) 571. 

21. ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Prince Consort Rd., S. Ken- 
sington, S.W. Director— Sir Hubert Parry, Bart., C.V.O., D.Mus., 
M.A., D.C.L., LL.D. ; Registrar— F. Pownall, M.A. (b) 10. (c) Music. 

(d) Nil. (5) Over 400. 

22. TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Mandeville Place, W. 
Chairman of the Board — Sir Frederick Bridge, C.V.O., D.Mus., M.A. ; 
Secretary — S. Fisher, (b) 5. (c) Educn. (Ped. as applied to Music), 
Music, (d) 6. (e) 644. 

23. GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC, John Carpenter St., E.C. 
(a) Landon Ronald ; Secretary — H. S. Wyndham. (b) 3. (c) Music. 
(d) Nil. (e) 2200. 

24. BETHLEM ROYAL HOSPITAL, Lambeth Rd., S.E. (a) 
Medical Supt. and Resident Physician — W. H. B. Stoddart, M.D., 
F.R.C.P. (6) 2. (c) Med. (Med., and Mental Dis.). 

25. BROMPTON HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND 
DISEASES OF THE CHEST, Fulham Rd., S.W. Dean—C. Wall, 






(a) Name of Principal. (6) Number of Recognized teachers, (c) Sub- 
jects in which recognized, {d) Number of Internal students, (e) Total 
number of other students. 



304 LONDON 

M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P. ; Sub-Dean— A. C. Inman, M.B. (b) 14. ( c ) 
Med. (Aural Surg, and Laryng., Med., Path., Surg.). 

26. HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, Gt. Ormond St., W.C. 
Dean—G. E. Waugh, M.D., B.S., F.R.C.S. ; Secretary— S. Johnson, 
B.A. (6) 15. (c) Med. (Dis. of Child., Surg.), (d) Nil. {e) 270. 

27. NATIONAL DENTAL COLLEGE, 187 Gt. Portland St., W. 
Dean— P. S. Spokes, M.R.C.S., L.D.S. ; Secretary— M. P. Collings. 
(b) 4. (c) Dent., Med. (Bact.). (d) Nil. {e) 40. 

28. NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND 
EPILEPTIC. Dean—F. E. Batten, M.D., F.R.C.P. ; Secretary— G. 
Hamilton, (b) 15. (c) Med. (Aural Surg., Med., Neurol., Ophth., 
Surg.), (d) Nil. (e) 60. 

29. ROYAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL, City Rd., 
E.C. Dean—W. T. H. Spicer, M.A., M.B., F.R.C.S. ; Secretary— 
R. J. Bland. (6) 11. (c) Med. (Ophth.). (d) Nil. {e) 65. 

30. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL 
SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN, 17 Bloomsbury Sq., W.C. Dean— 
H. G. Greenish, F.I.C., F.L.S. {b) 2. (c) Chem. and Med. (Pharma- 
ceutics), (d) Nil. (e) 77. 

(b) Number of Recognized teachers, (c) Subjects in which recognized. 
(d) Number of Internal students, (e) Total number of other students. 






McGILL UNIVERSITY, MONTREAL 

Visitor The Governor - General of 

Canada. 

President of the Board of Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and 
Governors and ex -officio Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., LL.D. 
Chancellor (Hon.) Camb. 

Principal and Vice-Chancellor W. PETERSON,M.A.,LL.D.,D.Litt., 

C.M.G. 

Vice-Principal C. E. Moyse, B.A. Lond., LL.D. 

Secretary and Bursar W. Vaughan. 

Registrar J. A. Nicholson, M.A. 

Registrar of the Faculty of J. W. Scane, M.D. 

Medicine 

Librarian C. H. Gould, B.A. 

Hon. Representative in Great W. A. Evans, M.A. 

Britain 

INCORPORATED COLLEGES 

Macdonald College, at St. Anne de Bellevue (about 20 miles from 
Montreal). 

Principal— F. C. Harrison, B.S.A. Tor., D.Sc, F.R.S.C. 

Royal Victoria College, Montreal (The Women's College of the 
Univ.). 

Warden— Ethel Hurlbatt, M.A. T.C.D. (Somerville Coll., Oxford). 
Vice- Warden — Susan E. Cameron, M.A. 

McGill University College of British Columbia, Vancouver 
and Victoria. 

Acting Principal — G. E. Robinson, B.A. 

A list of affiliated institutions is given on p. 316. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

ACCOUNTING, v. Railways Henderson, j. a., m.d. Asst. Prof. 

ross, j. j., b.a., m.d. Lectr. 

orr, a. e., m.d. Lectr. 

nutter, j. a., b.a., m.d. Demr, 
ANATOMY (v. also Med.— Surg.) smyth, w. h., b.a., m.d. Demr. 

GEDDES, A. C, M.D., F.R.C.S.I. MC KENTY, F. E., M.D., F.R.C.S. 

Prof, of A. and Dermatology. lond. Asst. Demr. 



AGRICULTURE, v. infra, School 
of A., p. 310 



305 u 



3o6 

Applied Anatomy 

BAZIN, A. T., M.D. 



McGTLL 



Lectr. 



ARCHITECTURE [Prof. 

TRAQUAIR, R., M.A. EDIN., A.R.I.B.A. 
NOBBS, P. E., M.A., F.R.I.B.A., 

a.r.c.a. Prof. 

LUDLOW, T. W., B.SC, M.A. COL., 

l.r.i. b. a. Assoc. Prof. 

THE ASST. PROF. OF Civ. Eflgifl. 

Lectr. 

Building, &c. 

TURNER, P. J., F.R.I.B.A. Lectr. 

Structural Engineering 

BEULLAC, M. C J., B.SC, A.M. CAN. 

soc.c.e. Spl. Lectr. 

BOTANY 

LLOYD, F. E., M.A. PRIN. Prof. 

Morphological Botany 

DERICK, CARRIE M., M.A. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY 

RUTTAN, R. F., B.A. TOR., M.D., 

f.r.s.c. Macdonald Prof. ; 
Jt. Dir. of the C. and Mining 
Building; Prof, of Organic d* 
Biol C. in the Faculty of Med. 

EVANS, N. N., M.A.SC. ASSOC. Prof. 
MCINTOSH, D., D.SC, F.R.S.C. „ 
HARDING, V. J., D.SC. Asst. Prof. 

of Biol, and Physiol. C. and 
Physiol, in the Faculty of Med. 

JOHNSON, F. M. G., M.SC, PH.D. 
BRESL., F.I.C. Asst. Prof, of 

Inorg. and Analyt. C. 

KRIEBLE, V. K., M.SC. Lectr. 

kirkpatrick, r. Demr. 

mclean, a. r. m., m.sc. Demr. 

maas, o., m.sc. Demr. 

tait, j. w., m.a. edin. Demr. 

skelton, r., b.sc. Demr. 

HARDISTY, R. H. M., B.A., M.D. 

Demr. in Clin. C. and Asst. 
Demr. in Clin. Med. 
CLASSICS 

THE PRINCIPAL Prof. 

MACNAUGHTON, J., M.A. 

Hiram Mills Prof. 



slack, s. b., m.a. ox. (Lectr. in 

Comp. Philology) Assoc.Prof. 

rose, h. j., m.a. ox. Assoc. Prof . 

THOMPSON, A.M., PH. D.HARV.Lectr. 
IRWIN, ELIZ. A., M.A. 

Lectr. and Tutor.* 
DENTISTRY 

Thornton, a. w. Head of Dept. 
Dental Pathology, &>c. 

HENRY, F. G., D.D.S. Prof. 

Operative Dentistry 
Berwick, d. j., d.d.s. (Chairman 
of Dental Executive) Prof. 
watson, w., b.a., d.d.s. Lectr. 

Orthodontia, &c. 

MORISON, J. B., D.D.S. Prof. 

Prosthetic Dentistry 

CAMERON, G. S., L.D.S. Prof, 

D. Histol. and Surgery 

BAXTER, F. H. A., D.D.S. Lectr. 

Crown and Bridge Work 
dohan, j. s., d.d.s. Lectr. 

ECONOMICS, v. Pol. Econ. 

EDUCATION [Prof. 

dale, j. a., m.a. ox. Macdonald 

HARVEY, F. W., B.A., M.D. 

Med. Dir. of Phys. E. 

CARTWRIGHT, ETHEL M. 

Phys. Dir., Roy. Vict. Coll. 
v. also School for Teachers, 
p. 310 

EMBRYOLOGY, v. Histology 

ENGINEERING (v. also Archit., 
Railways) 
Ap. Mechanics and Hydraulics 

BROWN, E., M.SC, M.ENG. Prof . 

BATHO, C, B.SC. MANC, M.SC. LIV. 

Asst. Prof, of Mechanics and 
Applied Maths. 
Civil Engineering 

MACKEY, H. M., B.A., B.A.SC, 

M.AM.SOCCE. Prof. 

LAMB, H. M., B.SC. Asst. Prof. 

Civil and Municipal E. 

FRENCH, R. DE L. I^Ctf 



* In Royal Victoria Coll. 



Economics, Engin. 
brown, f. b., m.sc. Lectr. 

Electrical Engin. 

HERDT, L. A., E.E. (iNST. MONTEF., 
BELG.), D.SC, F.A.I.E.E., 

f.r.s.c. Macdonald Prof. 

CHRISTIE, C. V., B.SC. DAL., M.SC. 

Asst. Prof. 

GRAY, A. M., B.SC. EDIN. AND 

mc gill Asst. Prof. 

burr, e. g., b.sc. Lectr. 

MACNAUGHTON, A. G. L., M.SC. „ 

Freehand Drawing and Descr. 
Geom. [Prof. 

ARMSTRONG, H. F., F.R.S.C. ASSOC. 

Geodesy 

MC LEOD, C. H., MA.E. Prof . 

Mechanical Engin. 
vacant Thomas Workman Prof. 

ROBERTS, A. R., M.SC. ASSOC. Prof. 
MC KERGOW, C. M., M.SC. „ 

GUILLET, G. L., M.SC. Asst. Prof. 

DURLEY, R. J., MA.E., M.INST.C.E., 

m.am.soc.m.e. Lectr. 

Mining Engineering 

PORTER, J. B., E.M., PH.D. COL., 
D.SC. (HON.) CAPE, M.I.C.E. 

Macdonald Prof, and Jt. Dir. 

of the Chem. and Mining 

Building. 

BELL, J. W., M.SC. Asst. Prof. 

Surveying and Geodesy 
kelly, a. j. Lectr. 

GEOLOGY 

ADAMS, F. D., PH.D. HEID., D.SC, 

f.g.s.a., f.r.s. Logan Prof, of 

G. and Palceont. 

Bancroft, j. a., ph.d. Dawson Prof. 

STANSFIELD, J., B.A. CAMB., M.SC, 

f.g.s. Lectr. 

barlow, a. e., d.sc. Sess. Lectr. 



HISTOLOG Y and Embryology 
simpson, j. c, b.sc. Assoc Prof 

Kisk, w. m., m.d. Lectr. (Hist.) 
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HISTOR Y [Kingsford Prof. 

COLBY, C W., M.A. AND PH.D. HARV. 
FRYER, C E., M.A., PH.D. HARV. 

Assoc Prof. 

THE WARDEN Tutor.* 

HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE, v. 

P-3H 
HYGIENE 

STARKEY, T. A., M.B. LOND., D.PH. 
LOND., M.D., CM. AD EUN. 
MCGILL, M.R.C.S.E., F.R.SAN. I. 

Strathcona Prof. 

MC DONALD, R. ST. J., M.D. LeCtr. 
JONES, F. B., M.D., D.P.H. Demr. 

LANGUAGES and Literature (v. 
also Class.) 
Comparative Lit. 

LAFLEUR, P. T., M.A. Prof. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

THE VICE-PRINCIPAL Molson Prof . 
LAFLEUR, P. T., M.A. ASSOC Prof. 
THE VICE-WARDEN OF ROY. VICT. 

coll. Asst. Prof. 

MCMILLAN, C, PH.D. HARV. 

Asst. Prof. 

LATHAM, G. W., B.A. Lectr. 

French [Assoc. Prof. 

DU ROURE, R., AGREGE FRANCE 
PERDRIAU, L., LIC FRANCE Lectr. 
GRETERIN, MLLE. G. M. N., LIC. DES 

l. (sevres) Lectr. and 

Resid. Tutor.* 

German [Lectr. and Tutor.* 

SCHAFHEITLIN, ANNA, B.A. SeSS. 

Hebrew and Semitic Langs. 

BROCKWELL, C A. B., M.A. Prof. 

GORDON, A. R., D.LITT. 

Sess. Lectr. (Hebrew). 
Hellenistic Jewish Lit. 

ABBOTT-SMITH, G., M.A., D.D. 

Sess. Lectr. 

Jewish, Rabbinical, &c. 
Gordon, n., m.a., b.d. Sess. Lectr. 
Modern Languages 

WALTER, H., M.A. EDIN., PH.D. 

Munich Prof. 



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MORIN, J. L. 
LAMBERT, E, 



M.A. 
T., B.A. 



Asst. Prof. 
lond. Lectr. 



LAW 

Civil Law 

MARLER, W. DE M.,B.A.,D.C.L. Prof. 
GEOFFRION, A., B.C.L. Prof. 
MIGNAULT, P. B., K.C., LL.D. LAVAL 

Prof. 

Civil and Municipal Law 

MCGOUN, A., K.C., M.A., B.C.L. Prof. 

Civil Procedure 

HOWARD, E. E., B.A., B.C.L. Lectr. 

Commercial Law 

SMITH, R. C, B.C.L., K.C. Prof. 

CROSS, A. G., B.A., B.C.L., JUSTICE 

of king's bench Prof. 

Commercial and Internal. Law 

MC DOUGALL, G. W., B.A., B.C.L., 

K.c. Prof. 

Criminal Law 

DAVIDSON, HON. MR. JUSTICE, M.A., 
D.C.L., LL.D. Prof. 

Evidence, Law of 

WAINWRIGHT, A., B.C.L. Lectr. 

Internal. Law, Public 

LAFLEUR, E., B.A., D.C.L., K.C. Prof . 

Pleading and Practice [Lectr. 

SURVEYOR, E. F., B.A. LAVAL, B.C.L. 

Roman Law 

WALTON, F. P., B.A. OX., LL.B. 
EDIN., LL.D. ABERD. Gale Prof . 

LOGIC, v. Philos. 
MATHEMATICS 



HARKNESS, J., M.A. CAMB., F.R.S.C. 

Peter Redpath Prof, of 

Pure Maths. 

DAVIES, T.R., B.A. CAMB. Asst. Prof. 

mabon, j. b., b.a. Sess. Lectr. 

SULLIVAN, C. T., M.SC. 

Asst. Prof, of M. 
fullerton, r. d. Lectr. in M. 

macdonald, jj.,B.sc. Lectr. in M. 

Applied Mathematics [Prof.* 

MURRAY, D. A., PH.D. JNS. H0PK. 

(v. also Engin.) 

* In the Faculty of Applied Science 



MEDICINE and Surgery 

Bacteriology [Lectr. 

YATES, H. B., B.A. CAMB., M.D. 

Bad. and Ophth. 
mckee, s. h., b.a., m.d. Demr. 

Clin. Med. and Bad. 
meakins, j. c, m.d. Demr. 

Dermatology (v. also Anat.) 

BURNETT, P., M.D. Lectr. 

FREEDMAN, A. O., M.D. Demr. 

Gynecology and Obst. 

CHIPMAN, W. W., B.A., M.D. EDIN., 
F.R.C.S. EDIN. Prof. 

EVANS, D.J.,M.D. ASSOC. Prof, of 0. 
LOCKHART, F. A. L., M.B. EDIN. 

Assoc. Prof, of G. 

GOODALL, B. A., M.D., D.SC. 

Asst. Prof, of G. 

LITTLE, H. M., B.A., M.D. 

Asst. Prof, of 0. 
Patrick, D., m.d. Lectr. in G. 

gray, h. r. d.,b.a.,m.d. Lectr. in 0. 

DUNCAN, J. W., M.D. 
BURGESS, H. C, M.D. „ 

History of Medicine 

MACPHAIL, A., B.A., M.D. Prof. 

Medical Jurispr. [Prof. 

MAC TAGGART, D. D., B.A.SC, M.D. 

Medicine and Clin. Med. (v. 
also Chem.) [Prof. 

FINLEY, F. G., M.B. LOND., M.D. 
LAFLEUR, H. A., B.A., M.D. Prof. 

MARTIN, C. F., B.A., M.D. Prof. 

HAMILTON, W. F., M.D. Asst. Prof. 

Mackenzie, s. r., m.d. Clin. Lectr. 

BRUERE, A. A., M.D. EDIN. ,, 

Gordon, a. h., m.d. Clin. Demr. 

CUSHING, H. B., B.A., M.D. ,, 

PETERS, C. A., M.D. 
RUSSELL, C. K., B.A., M.D. ,, 

BROWNE, J. G., B.A., M.D. 

Clin. Asst. Demr. 

MCAULEY, A. G., M.D. „ 

MC KECHNIE, D. W., M.D. ,, 
TEES, F. J., M.D. „ 

MOFFATT, C. F., B.A., M.D. 

Asst. Demr. in Med. 



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Mental Diseases 

BURGESS, T. J. W., M.D., F.R.S.C, 
MED. SUPT. PROTESTANT 

HOSPL. FOR INSANE Prof. 

Microscopy and Med., Clin. 
wylde, c. f., m.d. Demr. 

Neurology, Clin. 

SHIRRES, D. A., M.D. Lectr. 

Ophthalmology 

STIRLING, J. W., M.B. Prof. 

BYERS, W. G. M., M.D., D.SC. Lectr. 
MATHEWSON, G. H., B.A., M.D. ,, 

tooke, f. t., b.a., m.d. Demr. 

Oto-Laryngology 

BIRKETT, H. S., M.D. Prof. 

jamieson, w. h., m.d. Lectr. 

HAMILTON, H. D., M.A. BISH., M.D., 
L.R.C.P. AND S. EDIN., L.F.P. 

and s. glas. Lectr. in 

Laryng. and Rhin. 

craig, r. h., m.d. Demr. in 

Laryng. and Rhin. 

MUCKLESTON, H. S., M.A., M.D. 

Asst. Demr. 

WHITE, E. H., B.A., M.D. 
ROGERS, J. T., B.A., M.D. 

Parasitology 

TODD, J. L., B.A., M.D., M.R.C.S.E., 

d.sc. (hon.) liv. Assoc. Prof . 
Pathology 

ADAMI, J. G., M.A., M.D. CAMB. AND 
MCGILL, LL.D.N.BRUNS.,F.R.S., 
F.R.S.S. EDIN. AND CAN. 

Strathcona Prof. 

NICHOLLS, A. G., M.A., M.D., D.SC, 

f.r.s.c. Asst. Prof. 

GRUNER, O. C, M.D. Asst. Prof. 

RHEA, L. J., B.SC, M.D. Asst. Prof. 

kaufmann, j., m.d. Demr. 

Path, and Clin. Med. 

MC CRAE, J., M.D. TOR., M.R.C.P. 

lond. Lectr. 

FRANCIS, W. W., A.B. AND M.D. 

jns. hopk. Demr. 

Pediatrics and Dermatology 

CAMPBELL, G. G., B.SC, M.D. Lectr. 

fry, f. m., b.a., m.d. Lectr. (Ped.) 



Pharmacology 

BLACKADER, A. D.,B.A.,M.D. Prof, of 

P. and Therap. and of Pediat. 

SCANE, J. W., M.D. Asst. Prof. 

MASON, J. L. D., B.A., M.D. 

Lectr. in Pharmacy and 

Demr. in P. and Therap. 

nagle, f. w., m.d. Asst. Demr. 

Surgery and Clin. Surgery 

ARMSTRONG, G. E., M.D. Prof. 

HUTCHISON, J. A., M.D., L.R.C.P. 
AND S. EDIN. Prof. 

ELDER, J. M., B.A., M.D. Asst.Prof. 
GARROW, A. E., M.D. Asst. Prof. 

bazin, A. t., m.d. Lectr. (5. and 
C.S. and Applied Anat.). 

ARCHIBALD, E. W., B.A., M.D. 

Clin. Lectr. 

BARLOW, W. L., B.A., M.D. ,, 

KEENAN, C B., M.D. ,, 

cameron, k., m.d. Lectr. (Clin, and 
Oper, Surg.). 

CAMPBELL, R. P., B.A., M.B. Lectr. 

(Genito-Urin. Surg.). 

Hutchinson, w., m.d. Lectr. 

(Genito-Ur. and Clin. Surg.). 

FORBES, A. M., M.D. k Lectr. 

(Orthopcudic Surg.). 

TURNER, W. G., M.D. „ 

pennoyer, a. r., m.d. Demr. 

(Clin. S.). 

HENRY, C K. P., M.D. 

VON EBERTS, E. M., M.D., M.R.CS.E. 

Demr. (Clin. S.). 

HILL, W. H. P., M.D. „ 

PATERSON, W. J., B.A., M.D. 

Asst. Demr. (Clin. S.). 

REFORD, L. L., M.D. ,, 



D.SC. LOND., 

Birks Prof. 



METALLURGY 

STANSFIELD, A., 
A.R.S.M. 

A ssaying 

WERNER, S. W., B.SC 



MILITARY SUBJECTS 

ENGLISH, LT.-COL. 
ROBERTSON, MAJOR W. 
TYRELL, CAPT. 



Lectr. 



Lectr. 
Lectr. 
Lectr. 



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MINERALOGY 

GRAHAM, R. P.D., B.A. OX. Asst. Prof . 

MUSIC [Prof. 

PERRIN, H. C, MUS.DOC. T.C.D. 
LICHTENSTEIN, CLARA, DIP.R.A.MUS. 

budapesth Lectr. & Resid. 
Instr. Roy. Vict. Coll. 

PHILOLOGY, v. Classics 

PHILOSOPHY (v. also Psych.) 

CALDWELL, W., D.SC. EDIN. 

Macdonald Prof, of Mor. Philos. 

HICKSON, J. W. A., M.A., PH.D. 
HALLE Asst. Prof. Of 

Logic and Metaphys. 

[Macdonald Prof. 
d.sc, f.r.s. (Dir. of 



PHYSICS 

BARNES, H. T. 

the P. Building) 

EVE, A. S., D.SC. Prof. 

DAY, F. H., M.SC. BOS. Asst. Prof. 
KING, L. V., B.A. CAMB. Asst. Prof. 

wheeler, n. e., m. sc Senr. Demr. 



SMITH, C. H. 
HAYWARD, J. W. 
REILLEY, H. E., B.A. 
PAPINEAU-COUTURE, 
SCOTT, A. A., B.A. 



Demr. 
Demr. 
Demr. 
Demr. 
Demr. 



PHYSIOLOGY (v. also Chem.) 
vacant Jos. Morley Drake Prof. 

ROBERTSON, A. A., B.A., M.D. Lectr. 

howell, w. b., m.d. Lectr. 

shaw, t. p., m.d. Lectr. 

MILLER, F. R., M.D. Asst. Lectr. 

GILDAY, A. L. C, B.A., M.D. Demr. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

LEACOCK, S. B., PH.D. CHIC. Prof. 
HEMMEON, J. C, M.A., PH.D. HARV. 

Assoc. Prof, of Economics. 
PSYCHOLOGY, Experimental 

TAIT, W. D., B.A. DAL., PH.D. HARV. 

Asst. Prof. 
RAILWAYS 

KEAY, H. O., B.SC. MASS. I. OF TECH. 

Prof, of Transportation. 
vacant Prof, of R. Engin. 

martin, h. Lectr. on Freight Service. 



wells, g. c. 

Lectr. on Passenger Service. 
goodchild, a. a. Lectr. on 

Accounting and Statistics. 

SURVEYING, v. Engineering 
ZOOLOGY [Strathcona Prof. 

WILLEY, A., D.SC, F.R.S. 
STAFFORD, J., B.A. TOR., M.A., 

ph.d. leip. Lectr. 

orr, a. e., m.d. Demr. 

SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 
(in Macdonald College) 

Animal Husbandry 
barton, h., b.s.a. Prof. 

Bacteriology 

THE PRINCIPAL Prof. 

VANDERLECK, J., CH.E. Lectr. 

Biology 

LOCHHEAD, W., M.SC. Prof. 

fraser, w. p., m.a. Lectr. 

Cereal Husbandry 

KLINCK, L. S., M.S. A. Prof. 

CUTLER, G. H., B.S.A. Lectr. 

Chemistry 

SNELL, J. F., PH.D. Prof. 

HAMMOND, H. S., B.S.A. , F.CS.Lectr. 

Dairying 

REID, MISS J., N.D.D. Instr. 

English Hist. 

MAC FARLANE, PH.D. Lectr. 

Horticulture 

VACANT Prof. 

STRAIGHT, E. M., B.S.A. Lectr. 

Manual Training 

EMBERLEY, G. E. Lectr. 

Nature Study 

BRITTAIN, J., D.SC. Prof. 

Physics 

LYNDE, C.J., PH.D. Prof. 

Poultry 
jull, m. a., b.s.a. Lectr. 

SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS 
(in Macdonald College) 
laird, s., m.a., ph.d. Head of the 
School & Asst. Prof, of Educn, 



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KNEELAND, A. W., M.A., B.C.L. 

Prof, of Engl. 

ARMSTRONG, H. F. 

Assoc. Prof, of Drawing. 

ROBINS, MISS L. B., B.A. 

Lectr. in Maths, and Classics. 
bieler, mlle. h. Lectr. in French 



EDMISON, R. W., B.A. 

Head of Practice School. 

SCHOOL OF 
HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE 

(in Macdonald College) 
miss katherine a. fisher 

Head of the School 



McGILL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 



President of the Governors * 
Acting Principal 
Registrar 



Hon. F. Carter-Cotton. 
G. E. Robinson, B.A. 
G. R. Kendall, B.Sc. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC, AT VANCOUVER 



CHEMISTRY 

KENDALL, G. R., B.SC. MCG. 

ENGINEERING 

Civil Engineering 

DUTCHER, H. K., M.SC 

A.M.CAN.S.CE. 
STONE, E.A., MA.E. MCG. 

Mechanical Engin. 

MUNN, D. W., M.A. MC G., M.SC. MCG. 

A.M.CAN.S.CE. Prof. 

KILLAM, L., B.A. MT. ALL., B.SC. 

mc g. Lectr. 



Lectr. 



MCG., 

Prof. 
Lectr. 



Greek [Prof. 

MACNAGHTEN, R. E., M.A. CAMB. 
LOGAN, H. T., B.A. MCG., B.A. OX. 

Lectr. 
Latin 

ROBERTSON, L. F., M.A. MCG. Prof. 

Modern Languages [Prof. 

CHODAT, H., M.A. MC G. AND HARV. 
MACINNES, ISABEL, M.A. QU. (ONT.) 

Lectr. 
PHILOSOPHY 

HENDERSON, J., M.A. GLAS. Prof. 



LANGUAGES and Literature 


PHYSICS 


English 

HENRY, J. K., B.A. DAL. 


Prof. 


DAVIDSON, J. G., B.A. TOR., PH.D, 

calif. Prof. 


AT VICTORIA 






CLASSICS 

WILLIS, S. J., B.A. MCG. 


Prof. 


MODERN LANGUAGES [Lectr. 

HENRY, ALICE O. E., M.A. MCG. 


ENGLISH 

CANN, JEANETTE A., B.L 

MATHEMATICS 


[Lectr. 

. DAL. 

[Prof. 


PHYSICS and Chem. 

ELLIOTT, P., M.SC. MC G. Lectr. 


RUSSELL, E. H., B.A. QU. 


(ONT.) 





* The members of the Roy. Institn. for the Advancement of Learning in B.C., 
incorporated under Act of the local Legislature, 1906, are the Governors of 
the Coll. The President of the Roy. Tnstitn. is ex -officio Chancellor of the 
Coll 



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CHANGES IN STAFF 

Alcock, N. H., Prof, of Physiol., deceased. 

Bancroft, J. Austen, Assoc. Prof, of Geol., apptd. Dawson Prof. 

Eve, A. S., Assoc. Prof, of Phys., apptd. Prof. 

Geddes, A. C, late Prof, of Anat. in the School of the R.C.S. of 

Ireland, apptd. vice Shepherd. 
Harding, V. J., Lectr. in Biol, and Physiol. Chem., apptd. Asst. 

Prof. 
Harvey, J. B., M.Sc, Asst. Prof, of Surveying and Geod., resigned. 
Henderson, J. A., Lectr. in Anat., apptd. Asst. Prof. 
Hutchison, J. A., Asst. Prof, of Surgery and Clin. Surgery, apptd. 

Prof. 
Kelly, A. J., apptd. Lectr. in Surveying and Geod., vice Harvey, 
King, L. V., Lectr. in Phys., apptd. Asst. Prof. 
Laird, S., late Asst. Prof, of Educn. in Qu., apptd. vice Sinclair 

and Asst. Prof, of Educn. 
Ludlow, T. W., Lectr. in Archit., apptd. Assoc. Prof. 
Shepherd, F. J., M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S.E., Prof, of Anat., resigned. 
Sinclair, S. B., M.A., Ph.D., Head of the School for Teachers, 

Macdonald Coll., resigned. 
Smart, V. I., B.A., Prof, of Railway Engin., resigned. 
Sullivan, C. T., Lectr. in Maths., apptd. Asst. Prof. 
Tait, W. D., Lectr. in Experimental Psychol., apptd. Asst. Prof. 
Traquair, R., late Prof, in Edin., apptd. Prof, of Archit. 
Thornton, A. W., apptd. Head of the Dental Dept. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Special Features. The provision for instruction and research in 
Applied Science is exceptionally ample, especially in Engin. in all its 
branches. The Medical School also is exceptionally strong. 

Faculties, (i) Arts ; (2) Law ; (3) Medicine ; (4) Applied Science ; 
(5) Agriculture. There are Schools of Commerce, of Household Science, 
and for training teachers, a Graduate School, a Dept. of Music, and a 
Course in Military Science. 

In the Faculty of Applied Science are 10 Depts : Archit., Chem., 
Metall., Ry. Transportation, and 6 branches of Engin., namely, Chem., 
Civil (including Surveying), Elec, Mech., Metall., and Mining. 

Macdonald College is divided into 3 Schools, a student being 
enrolled in that in which the major portion of his work is taken : (1) 
the School of Agric, which aims at a theoretical and practical training 
in the several branches of Agric. ; (2) the School for Teachers, which 
offers a comprehensive and thoroughly practical training in the science 
and art of teaching ; (3) the School of Household Science, which gives 
young women such training as will make for the improvement and 
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the courses leading to the B.S.A. and M.Sc. in Agric. ; all the short- 
term courses in Agric. as well as in Domestic Science are directed by 
the Macdonald Coll. Committee ; and those for Diplomas to teach in 
the Province of Quebec are subject to the immediate supervision of the 
Teachers' Training Committee, the Chairman of which is the Principal 
of the Univ. 

In the Royal Victoria College instruction for the first 2 yrs. in 
Arts is given wholly, except in laboratory work, in the Coll. building. 

The McGill Univ. College of British Columbia, a branch of the 
Univ. in B.C., has 2 teaching centres. In the main Coll. at Vancouver 
the courses are conducted up to the end of the 3rd yr. in the Faculty of 
Arts and of the 2nd yr. in Applied Sc. In the branch at Victoria 
students are able to complete the work of the first 2 yrs. in Arts. Detailed 
information is given in the Coll. Bulletin, which may be had on appli- 
cation to the Registrar, M.U.C. of B.C., Vancouver, B.C. 

Students of the Affiliated Theological Colleges (see list below) 
either enter one or other of these Colls, after graduation or pursue 
courses of instruction concurrently in Arts at the Univ., in Theol. at 
the special College. 

Admission. 16 is ordinarily the minimum age in Arts, Applied 
Sc, and Med., and 17 in Law. For candidates in Great Britain not 
otherwise qualified an examn. is held in London each year in June. 
Particulars are ascertainable from W. A. Evans, M.A., 12 King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, London. Every student on entering the Univ. 
is subjected to a physical examn. 

Place of Study. All students are required to attend lectures 
at the Univ. in Montreal, at Macdonald Coll. (for courses in Agric), 
or at one of the affiliated Colleges. 

Terms, 1913-14. First term begins Oct. 1, 1913, ends Dec. 20 ; 
2nd begins Jan. 4, 1914, ends May 12. 

Degrees, &c. Arts— B. A., M.A., D.Litt., Ph.D., Certif. of Literate 
in Arts ; Law — B.C.L., D.C.L. ; Medicine — M.D., CM. ; Dentistry — 
D.D.S. ; Science — B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc ; Architecture — B.Arch. 3 
Agriculture — B.S.A. ; Music — Mus.Bac, Mus.Doc, Diploma of Lie 
of Mus., Grade Examn. Certif. in Mus. ; Public Health — Diploma ; 
Commerce — Diploma ; Teachers' Diploma. 

The Courses for the B.A., B.Sc, B.Arch., B.S.A., or D.D.S. cover 
4 annual sessions, for the B.C.L. 3, and for the M.D., CM. 5. Com- 
bined courses in Arts and Med. can be taken in 7 yrs., in Arts and Applied 
Science in 6, in Arts and Law in 6, reducible in special cases to 5. A 
certif. of Lit. in Arts is given along with the degree in Med., Applied 
Science, or Law to candidates who have completed 2 yrs. in Arts before 
entering the Professional faculty. 

Students in affiliated Theol. Colls, pursuing a double course in Arts 



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and Theol. (6 yrs. at least) are exempted from i course in the Arts 
Faculty. Students of amid. Colls, who complete the work of the 
first 2 yrs. in Arts and pass the prescribed examns. as undergrads. 
of McG. may be granted certifs. of Literate in Arts. 

The Military Science course. Candidates for commissions must, 
in addition to residing for 3 academic yrs. at the Univ. and qualifying 
for a degree in Arts, Applied Sc, or Law, attend a course of lectures in 
and qualify at an examn. in military subjects, be an efficient member 
of the Univ. contingent of the Officers' Training Corps each year, and 
be attached for 6 weeks to a Regular Unit. The number of candidates 
in the course in 191 2-1 3 was 25. 

For the Diploma of Commerce a 2 yrs. course is required. It is 
open to anyone whose standing and attainments appear to be up to 
the standard of the Matricn. examn. On completion of the course a 
student may on certain conditions be admitted to the 3rd yr. in Arts. 
In addition to the full 2 yrs. course the School of Commerce provides 
evening classes, and grants diplomas for successful attendance at these. 
Such classes are being held during the session 191 3-14 in Pol. Econ., 
Accountancy, Comml. Law. 

A 2 yrs. Engineering course in Mt. All., Acad., or Alb. Univ. 
qualifies for admission directly to the 3rd yr. in Civil and Mining Engin. 
courses of McG., and likewise, when supplemented by the prescribed 
4 weeks of summer work, to the same standing in Chem., Elec, Mech., 
and Met all. Engin., and Ry. Transportn. courses. 

Medical students of 5 yrs. standing of any ins tit n. approved for 
this purpose may be admitted to the Final examn. subject to certain con- 
ditions, including 1 full session at McG. Recent graduates of approved 
Univs. may qualify for examns. by advanced lab. courses or engage in 
special research, and for these purposes may attend hospl. clinics 
on the same conditions as McG. undergraduates. 

Clinical instruction is given in (1) Montreal Genl. Hospl. (250 beds) ; 
(2) Roy. Vict. Hospl. (250 beds) ; (3) Montreal Maternity Hospl. ; (4) 
Alexandra Hospl. for contagious diseases (130 beds) ; (5) Protestant 
Hospl. for the Insane. The new Medical Museum erected through the 
benefaction of Lord Strathcona is said to be the finest in America. 
The pathol. section has singularly rich collections of disturbances of 
the heart and vascular system and aneurisms. The Museum is exten- 
sively used for illustrating lectures. The new Medical building cost 
over $600,000. 

Public Health and Sanitary Science. The course generally 
occupies 3 mos. 

Dentistry students intending to practise in Quebec must pass the 
Matricn. examn. of the Dental Assocn. or hold a degree in Arts or Med. 
from a recognized Univ. of Canada or the U.K. Candidates for the 
D.D.S, must be at least 21 yrs. of age. 



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Agriculture. Macdonald Coll. provides 1 yr. and 2 yr. courses 
as well as Degree courses. Candidates must have worked for at least 
1 season on a farm. The Live Stock and Grain Farm comprise 387 
acres. The stock includes Ayrshire cattle, sheep, swine, and poultry. 
There are Biol., Bact., Chem., Physics, Agric, Hortic; and Poultry 
Buildings. Several small labs, are specially fitted up for research work. 

In the School of Household Science i yr. and 2 yr. courses and 
short autumn, winter, and spring courses are given. They are not 
recognized for a special degree, nor for any part of the Arts course. 

Graduate School. For the M.A. or M.Sc. the requirements 
include the B.A. or B.Sc. of McGill or equivalent attainment, 1 yr. of 
resident study at McGill or 2 yrs. of private work, and a thesis. An 
examn. must also be passed. For the Ph.D. the requirements are 
similar to those for the M.A., but include 3 yrs. of graduate study. 
The D.Sc. and D.Litt. are granted on the recommendation of the 
Board of Grad. Studies. 

Ad eundem degrees are not granted merely as titular distinctions, 
but only after receiving reports from the Faculty or Committee on 
Grad. Studies, and only to persons qualifying for a higher degree when 
that higher degree has been earned. 

Residential Facilities. Women students may reside at the 
Roy. Vict. Coll. ; Strathcona Hall, controlled by the Y.M.C.A., has 
accommodation for 60 men students. The Registrar's office keeps a 
list of lodgings occupied by undergrads., but the Univ. attempts no 
direct control in this connexion. 

Women. Arrangements are identical for women and for men as 
regards curriculum, examn., and degrees. Lectures are generally 
given separately to men and women in the first 2 yrs. in Arts. At 
Macdonald Coll. men and women mess together in the Coll. Hall. 
Women do not enter the Agric. or Med. courses, but the Curator of the 
Med. Mus., who also demonstrates in Pathol., is a woman. 

Scholarships for Graduates. Dr. T. Sterry Hunt Research 
Scholarship in Chemistry for grad. students in Arts and Applied Sc. 

The Univ. Libraries contain over 140,000 vols, and 24,000 pam- 
phlets. The Redpath Historical Collection comprises 10,000 political 
and religious tracts dating from a.d. 1600. The Med. Library is a par- 
ticularly fine one, especially in the Dept. of Ophth., which has lately 
received an accession of 1000 vols. 

Laboratories. As already stated, the provision for instruction 
in Engin. is exceptionally ample. The new Engin. building is designed 
to accommodate 600 students. Three Chem. labs, can each accommo- 
date 200 students at a time. The Phys. building is 5 storeys in height 
and 8000 sq. ft. in area. There are Mech., Engin., Cement, Hydraulics, 
Strength of Materials, Elec., Metall. and Assaying, Mining and Ore- 
dressing, Petrographical, and Geodetic Labs. The Workshops have a 



316 McGILL 

total area of more than 20,000 sq. ft. For students of Zool. there are 
labs, with accommodation for over 100 students and 3 small labs, 
fitted up for research work. The Bot. Labs, can accommodate 33 in 
Morph. and 10 in Physiol. The Lab. of Physiol. (Genl.) can accommo- 
date 80 students. There is a Psych. Lab. equipped for research work. 
There is an Astron. Observatory. (See also notes on Agric. and Med.) 

Univ. Extension, &c. A remarkably successful scheme of travel- 
ling libraries is operated from the Univ. Library as a centre. In addi- 
tion to lectures on Pol. Econ., French Lit., &c, given in the evening, 
there were last year series on Reinforced Concrete and Law regarding 
Women in the Province of Quebec. 

Special Summer Schools in Phys. Educn., Art, and French are held 
directed by the Teachers' Training Committee of Macdonald College. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in the month of June; the 
Annual Report, issued in Dec. ; the McGill Daily, a students' paper. 
The University Magazine, issued by a committee for McGill, Tor., and 
Dal., is published at Montreal. 

AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS 

Mount Allison, Acadia, and Alberta Univs. are affiliated to McGill 
in respect of Engineering courses : v. supra. 

THEOLOGICAL COLLEGES 

Congregational College of Canada, Montreal. Principal — E. M. Hill, 

D.D. 
Diocesan College of Montreal. Principal — E.I. Rexford, M.A.,LL.D. 
Presbyterian College, Montreal. Principal — J. Scrimger, M.A., D.D. 
Wesleyan College of Montreal. Principal — J. Smyth, LL.D. 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received. $55,000 bequest of late Dr. R. J. 
Wickstead for instruction in phys. culture and the purposes of the Univ. 
Gymnasium ; $2000 endowment for purchasing Ophth. Journal ; $575 
endowment for a reading prize. 

Number of Students preparing for degrees or diplomas. Arts — 
390 (including 159 women) ; Appl. Sc, 500 ; Med., 300 ; Law, 60 ; 
Macdonald Coll, 232 women and 98 men (95 for B.S.A., 168 for Teachers' 
Diploma, 67 for Domestic Sc. degree) ; Music, 20. Evening students, 
50. Occasional, 170. Bachelor students preparing for higher degrees, 
112, Students continuing study or research in Europe or America, 
about 12. 

Honorary Degrees were conferred on Rt. Rev. Bishop William 
Boyd Carpenter of Ripon and James A. Temple, M.D. of Toronto. 

Other Degrees. B.A., 59, B.Sc. 81, B.C.L. 16, D.D.S. 4, M.D., 
CM. 61, B.S.A. 19, M.A. 12, M.Sc. 8, Ph.D. 1. 



McMASTER UNIVERSITY, TORONTO 



[Incorporated by Act of the Provincial Legislature in 1887.] 



Chancellor and Principal 

Chairman of the Board of 
Governors 

Secretary 

Educational Secretary 



A. L. McCrimmon, M.A., LL.D. 

D. E. Thomson, K.C., LL.D. Tor. 

E. J. Bengough, B.A. McM. 
S. S. Bates, B.A., D.D. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



BIOLOGY 

SMITH, R. W., B.A., PH.D. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY 

TINGLE, J. B., B.A., PH.D. Prof. 

GEOLOGY and Mineralogy 

MC NAIRN, W. H., M.A. LeCtT. 

HISTORY [Lectr. 

Wallace, w. s., b.a. (Asst. in Gk.) 

LANGUAGES (v. also Theol.) 
English 



MCLAY, W. S. W., M.A. 


Prof. 


FARMER, E. J., B.A. 


Reader. 


French 




FRANZEN-SWEDELIUS, B 


B.A., 


PH.D. 


Prof. 


German 




CLARK, M. S., M.A. 


Prof. 


MUELLER, P. W., B.A. 


Lectr. 


Greek (v. also Hist.) 




CAMPBELL, P. S., M.A. 


Prof. 


Latin 




CAMPBELL, G. H., M.A. 


Prof. 


MATHEMATICS 




FINDLAY, W., M.A., PH.D. 


Prof. 


MISSIONS 




Norton, w. e., d.d. Special Lectr. 


BROWN, J. G., B.A., D.D. 


>» 



PHILOSOPHY, Psychology, 
Logic, and Ethics 

TEN BROEKE, J., M.A., PH.D. Prof. 



PHYSICS 
DAWES, H. F. 



M.A. 



Prof. 



POLITICAL ECONOMY, 

Education, and Sociology 

THE PRINCIPAL Prof. 

donald, w. j. a., b.a. Lectr. in P.E. 

PUBLIC READING and 

Speaking [Lectr. 

kirkpatrick, f. h., ph.b. Special 

THEOLOGY 

Church History 

GILMOUR, J. L., B.A., D.D. Prof. 

Aramaic and Hebrew and O.T. 
Exeg. 

MATTHEWS, I. G., M.A., B.TH. Prof. 

Homiletics, Church Polity, &>c. 

TROTTER, T., B.A., D.D., LL.D. Prof. 

New Test, and Patristic Greek 

FARMER, J. H., B.A., LL.D. Prof. 

System. Theol. and Apologetics 

KEIRSTEAD, E. M., M.A., D.D. Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Special Lectrs. on Missions appointed. 

317 



318 McMASTER 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

This is a Baptist Institution, the Board of Govrs. being elected by 
the Baptist Convention of Ont. and Que. There is no religious test for 
entrance, but the Profs, and Lectrs. must be members of some evan- 
gelical Church. The Univ. is open to men and women alike. 

Departments. There is only one Faculty, but there is a Dean in 
Arts (Prof. McLay) and a Dean in Theol. (Prof. Farmer). There are 
2 academic depts. known as Woodstock and Moulton Colleges. 

Session, 191 3-14. Sept. 23 to May 6 ; Christmas vacation, Dec. 20 
to Jan. 6. 

Degrees, &c. B.A., M.A» ; B.Sc. ; B.Th., B.D. ; B.Sc. (Agr.) ; 
Diploma in Theol. The Charter provides that the course of instruction 
and scope of the examns. for degrees shall be as thorough and com- 
prehensive as those for corresponding degrees from the Univ. of Toronto. 

Arts. The courses for the Bachelorship extend over 4 years. 
Students may be enrolled as candidates for it on passing a Matricn. 
examn. Only students whose attendance at lectures and class- work 
has been satisfactory are admitted to the written examns. which are 
held in Jan. and April-May. Questions for all written examns. are 
prepared by the teachers who prepared the students for them, and are 
subject to approval by the Faculty. The courses in the 1st and 2nd 
and in some subjects of the 3rd year may be taken " extra-murally, " 
i.e. without attendance at lectures. Certain of the special courses in 
Arts are recognized by the Provincial Educn. Dept. as qualifying for 
specialist standing in the Teaching profession. The M.A. degree may 
be obtained by successfully completing one of certain specialized 
courses. Attendance at lectures is not required. 

Science. The B.Sc. degree is conferred on students who, having 
passed the Junior Matricn. in Arts, have also completed a prescribed 
programme of work selected from the subjects of the Arts course. It 
was first granted in 191 2. 

Theology. Practical training for the Ministry is provided by 
arrangement with Churches and the Home Mission Board (Baptist). 
The course for the B.Th. degree covers 3 years, but may be combined 
with a course in Arts so that the B.A. as well as the B.Th. may be 
reached in 6 years. The qualification for admission is the completion 
of the first 2 years in Arts. The Senate may permit grads. in Arts 
with 3 years experience (after graduation) in the pastorate to take 
2 terms extra-murally. A Diploma without degree is granted to 
students who complete a 3 years course known as the English Theo- 
logical. The B.D. courses constitute one full year's work and are open 
only to those who already hold the B.A. and B.Th. degrees and have 






ftfcMASTER 3*9 

taken a 3 years course in Hebrew. Attendance at lectures is not 
required. 

Agriculture. The B.Sc. (Agr.) degree is granted to students who, 
having passed the Junior Matricn. in Arts, complete the prescribed 
4 years of study, of which the 3rd and 4th are taken at the Ont. Agr. 
Coll., Guelph. The degree is accepted by the Provincial Govt, as the 
academic qualification for a specialist's Certif. Extra-mural work will 
not be recognized in this course. 

Research and Post-Graduate Work. Students from this Univ. 
go to Univs. in the U.S. for post-grad. work. Up to the present only 
Rhodes scholars have gone to England. 

Women are admitted on equal terms with men in all classes. 

Residence. McMaster Hall contains accommodation for 8S 
students (men) . There is an approved list of lodging-houses. 

The Library in Castle Memorial Hall (which also contains an 
assembly hall) has 18,000 vols, and has space for 50,000 vols. (Librarian 
— E. J. Farmer). 

The Science Hall has 24 lecture-rooms and laboratories. 

Publications. Calendar, pubd. in June. Separate Calendars are 
pubd. for each of the academic depts. — Woodstock and Moulton Colls. 

Affiliated Colleges. Brandon College, controlled by a Board of 
Directors appointed by the Baptist Union of Western Canada. It 
has Arts, Theol., Academic, Business and Stenography, Music, and 
Expression and Physical Culture Departments, but the Univ. has 
relation only to the Arts work, other depts. being controlled solely 
by the College. Students receive instruction in some of the B.A. 
courses, and degrees are conferred by the Univ. at Brandon. There 
is a residence for 70 men, and another (Clark Hall) for 60 women 
students. Students are required to attend religious services, but, 
except in the Theol. Dept., need not be Baptists. A special feature 
is the instruction given in Swedish, chiefly for the benefit of students 
who have heard the language spoken in their homes. For Brandon 
students the Univ. recognizes Swedish as equal to French or German. 
President— H. P. Whidden, B.A., D.D., Prof, of Christian Theol. and 
Ethics. 

Okanagan College, West Summerland, B.C., covers the work of 
the first 2 years in Arts under the direction of the Univ. It also has 
Academic, Music, and Commercial Depts. Its residences for men 
(Ritchie Hall) and for women students (Morton Hall) have accommoda- 
tion for 50 and 40 respectively. Principal — Everett W. Sawyer, B.A., 
D.C.L. 



320 McMASTER 

THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

New Departments. A new course has been started in co-operation 
with the Ont. Agric. Coll. (v. supra under "Agric"). 

Number of Students preparing for the Bachelorship, 276 (in- 
cluding 63 women) ; Bachelor students preparing for the M.A. degree, 
41 (6 women) ; B.D., 6. Brandon students, 69 (18 women) ; Okanagan, 
12 (3 women). 7 graduates are at the Univ. of Illinois, several at 
Chicago, and 5 at Columbia. 

Honorary Degrees conferred during the year. LL.D., 2 ; D.D., t 

Other Degrees. B.A., 46 in Toronto, 11 in Brandon ; B.Sc, 1 ; 
M.A., 3 in Toronto, 2 in Brandon ; B.Th., 7 ; Engl. Course Diploma, 2. 



UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS 

[Established and incorporated by Act XXVII of 1857 of the Leg. 
Council of India. Constitution modified by Act VIII of 1904.] 

Chancellor The Governor of Madras. 

Vice-Chancellor and Chairman Hon. Justice Sir John Wallis, 

of the Syndicate * Kt., M.A., Bar.-at-Law. 

Registrar Francis Dewsbury, B.A., LL.B. 

Presidents of Faculties : 



Arts 


Vacant. 


Law 


Hon. Justice Abdur Rahim, M.A., 




Bar.-at-Law. 


Medicine 


Lt.-Col. G. G. Giffard, C.S.I. , 




M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., I.M.S. 


Engineering 


Hon. Mr. C. A. Smith, CLE., 




M.I.C.E. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

The University, as such, has at present no teaching staff. All 
students undergo courses of instruction in affiliated Colls. Special 
Lectureships have been instituted by the Univ. with the object of 
assisting the Colls, in the higher branches of the B.A. Honours 
courses. The special lectrs. for 191 3-14 are marked with an asterisk 
or dagger in the lists of staffs of affiliated Colls. 

Matriculation was formerly effected by passing a Matricn. examn. 
(min. age 15), but since 191 1 a completed Secondary School-leaving 
Certif. has been accepted instead. This is a record of a pupil's work 
in the upper classes of a high school for not less than 3 yrs. The number 
entering for the Matricn. examn. has in consequence dropped from 
10,000 to 170. 

Degrees and Diplomas. Arts — B.A., B.A. (Honours), M.A. ; 
Law— B.L., MX., LL.D. ; Medicine— L. M.S., M.B. and B.S., M.D., 
M.S. ; Sanitary Science — B.S.Sc. ; Teaching — L.T. ; Engineering — 
B.E. ; Titles in Oriental Learning — (a) Veda, Vedanta, Nyaya or 
Vyakarana Siromani, (b) Maulavi-i-Fazil, (c) Vidvan, (d) Munshi-i- 
Fazil. All students proceeding to degrees are required to pass the 
Interm. examn. in Arts after 2 yrs. study in an affiliated Coll., in 
English, Vernacular Composition (or Translation from a classical or 
foreign lang. into Engl.), and 1 of 3 optional groups. 

For the B.A. (Ordinary) degree a further 2 yrs. course is required, 
* The executive governing body of the Univ., v. Appendix V. 

321 x 



322 MADRAS 

and for Honours 3 yrs. The subjects for the B.A. (Ordinary) are 
Engl, and 1 of the following : Maths. ; Phys. Sc. (2 groups) ; 
Nat. Sc. ; Logic, Psych., and Ethics ; Hist, and Econ. ; 2 langs., 

1 being a classical already studied for the Interm. The Honours 
subjects are the same, with the addition of Engl., Sansk., and Arabic 
Langs, and Lits. as optional subjects. For the M.A. there will be no 
examn. after 1914, the degree being reserved for grads. in Honours. 

For the B.L. a 2 yrs. course after taking the B.A. is required. The 
MX. may be taken 2 yrs. later. For the LL.D. a thesis is required at 
least 1 yr. after passing the M.L. examn. and after 5 yrs. practice. 

For the L.M.S. the course extends over 4 yrs., for the M.B. and B.S. 
5 yrs., after passing the Interm. examn. in Arts. The M.D. or M.S. 
may be taken after passing the M.B. and B.S. and after 3 yrs. con- 
tinuous practice of the profession, or after 2 yrs. or, in the case of a 
1st class M.B. and B.S., after 1 yr.'s hospital practice. For admission 
to the B.S.Sc. examn. previous graduation in Med. is required, as well 
as attendance at prescribed special courses in an affiliated Coll. and 
3 mos. practical work in an Infec. Diseases hospital or ward. 

The L.T. is open to a graduate of this or any other approved Univ. 

For the B.E. a 3 yrs. course is necessary and 1 yr.'s practical training 
on works or in engineering workshops. The Final examn. may be 
either in Civil or in Mech. Engin. 

For the Oriental Learning examns. the courses extend over 4 yrs. 
in institns. approved by the Syndicate. 

Studentships for Graduates. Studentships of Rs.75 p.m. tenable 

2 yrs., and not exceeding 8 in number, may be awarded annually to 
grads. for research in any subject in Arts, Med., or Engin. ; a Govt, of 
India Scholarship of £200, tenable for 3 yrs. in Ox. orCamb., is allotted 
for a Madras grad. after alternate intervals of 1 and 2 yrs. 

Residential Facilities. Students of affiliated Colls, not living 
with either relatives or guardians are required to live in a hostel or 
rooms approved by the Coll. authorities. 

Women are, equally with men, admissible to lectures and examns. 
Hitherto they have taken only Arts and Med. subjects. 

The Library (housed in Connemara Pub. Library) contains 12,000 
vols. The yearly grant for maintenance and purchase of books, &c, is 
Rs.6550. 

Publications, (i) Calendar, issued in Jan., Vol. I, price R.i, 
contains lists of officials, Acts and Regns., statistics, and subjects for 
examns. ; Vol. II, R.i, lists and descriptions of institns., endowments, 
grads. and undergrads. (2) Matricn. Examn. Textbooks in Engl., 
issued in Jan., 6 annas. (3) Ditto, in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, 
Kanarese, and Sansk., in Jan., 12 annas. 

All these are obtainable from the S.P.C.K. Press, Vepery, Madras. 






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THE YEAR 191 2-1 3 

Benefactions Received. A gold medal endowment of Rs.1700 
in memory of the late Sir P. N. Krishnamurti of Mysore ; a recurring 
grant of Rs.65,000 and a non-recurring grant of Rs.4,00,000 made by 
the Govt, of India in 191 2 to enable the Univ. to make a definite 
step forward towards the realization of the idea of a teaching Univ. 
for higher work and to improve the inspection of Colls. ; an additional 
non-recurring grant of Rs. 3, 00,000 by the Govt, of India, to be expended 
in 3 yrs. 

New Departments and Posts, &c. Rs. 50,000 has been allotted 
for the institution of a temporary Chair in Ind. Economics ; Rs. 12,000 
p. a. for courses of lectures of an advanced character by specialists from 
Europe and in India, to be arranged, if possible, in conjunction with 
other Ind. Univs. ; a research studentship of Rs.75 p.m. has been 
founded for work in Pure Maths. ; a Univ. Prof'ship in Ind. Hist, and 
Archseol. (salary Rs.500, rising to Rs.iooo p.m.) has been sanctioned ; 
Rs.10,500 p. a. has been allotted for staff and maintenance of the Univ. 
and Oriental MSS. Libraries ; Rs.36.000 p. a. is to be devoted to the 
development of the study upon modern lines of the languages of India, 
especially S. India. Courses of lectures in Phonetics were given by 
Daniel Jones, M.A., of Univ. Coll., London, in Dec. 191 2 in the 
Presidency Coll. 

Number of Students. Full-time, preparing for the B.A. 1012, 
B.L. 662, L.M.S. 152, M.B. 120, L.T. 137, B.E. 26, B.S.Sc. 2. A Govt, 
of India Scholarship is held by a Madras grad. in Oxford. In 1913 
entries for the Interm. examn. in Arts, were 2427, and 812 passed. 

Degrees Conferred. B.A. 793, M.A. 30, B.L. 171, M.L. 1, 
M.B. and CM. 7, L.M.S. 27, L.T. 122, B.E. 4. 

Important Changes in Regns. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd M.B. and 
B.S. and the 1st and 2nd L.M.S. examns. are to be held twice instead 
of once a year. The 1st L.M.S. examn. is divided into 2 parts to allow 
candidates to take the examn. in Chem. and Phys. (now to be added to 
the course) at end of the 1st yr. ; M.B. and CM. is altered to M.B. and 
B.S. ; L.S.Sc. is altered to B.S.Sc. ; instead of the present M.D. 
granted on submission of a thesis there are to be 2 degrees, M.D. and 
M.S., for each of which there will be an examn. 

New Buildings. Rs. 2,00,000 has been allotted for a building 
for the Oriental MSS. and Univ. Libraries with lecture-rooms, &c. 
(supplemental to a grant of Rs.i,5o,ooo][from the Govt, of Madras). 

Affiliation in additional B.A. courses has been granted to Bangalore 
Central Coll. (Chem.) ; Madras, Pachaiyappa's (Phys.) ; Madura, 
American (Hist, and Econ.) ; Madras, Christian (Maths. Honours). 



324 MADRAS 

Additions to Library. Rs. 1,50,000 (to be temporarily funded) 
has been set aside for the purchase of books and MSS. 

AFFILIATED COLLEGES* 

There are Colls, recognized in Degree courses at Bangalore, Hydera- 
bad, Kumbakonam, Madras, Madura, Mangalore, Masulipatam, Mysore, 
Rajahmundry, Trichinopoly, Trivandrum, Vizianagram. 

[E — Affiliated in Engl. Lang, and Lit. ; H — Hist, and Economics 
La — 2 languages ; Lo — Logic, Psych., and Ethics ; M — Maths. 
Me — Mental and Moral Science ; N — Natural Sc. ; P — Phys. Sc. 
S — Sanskrit Lang, and Lit. ; B.L. — Affiliated in courses for the B.L. 
L.T. — in courses for the L.T.] 

Bangalore, Central Coll. M, N, P. Number of students, 3rd 
and 4th yrs., 66. Principal, and Prof, of Engl. — J. G. Tait, M.A. 

Hyderabad, Nizam Coll. H, La, M. Number of students, 3rd and 
4th yrs., 10. Principal, and Prof, of Hist. — P. H. Sturge, M.A. Camb. 

Kumbakonam Coll. (Govt.). H, La, Lo, M. Open to all classes, 
but great majority of students are Brahmans. Number of students, 
3rd and 4th yrs., 27. Principal — J. A. Yates, M.A. 

Madras, Christian Coll. H, Lo, M, N, P, and in Honours E, M, 
H, Me, N, P. Supported by United Free Church of Scotland, Wesleyan 
Mission. Soc, Church Mission. Soc, and Church of Scotland. Number 
of students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 364. Principal, and Prof, of Ment. and Mor. 
Sc. — W. Skinner, M.A., D.D. Other Professors : Biol, and Zool. — 
W. R. SherrifEs,t M.A., B.Sc. Chem.—W. H. F. Armstrong. Engl. 
Lang, and Lit. — S. J. Crawford,f B.A., B.Litt. ; F. W. Henderson, 
M.A. ; K. C. Macartney, M.A. ; G. Pittendrigh, M.A. Hist.—F. E. 
Corley,f M.A. ; E. M. Macphail, M.A., B.D. Ment. and Mor. Sc. — 
A. G. Hogg, M.A. ; W. Meston, M.A., B.D. ; A. Templeton, M.A., B.D. 
Maths. — E. B. Ross, M.A. Phys. Sc— A. Moffat, f M.A., B.Sc. 23 other 
Teachers. 

Madras, Pachaiyappa's Coll. H, Lo, M, P. A purely Indian 
institn., managed by Hindu Trustees and dedicated solely to educn. 
of Hindus. Number of students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 94. Principal, and 
Prof, of Engl.—]. C. Rollo, M.A. 

Madras, Presidency Coll. (Govt.) . H, Lo, M, N, P, and in Honours 
E, H, M, Me, N, P, S. Number of students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 332. 
Principal — J. H. Stone, M.A. Camb. Acting Principal, and Prof, of 
Engl—]. Mark Hunter, f M.A. Ox. Other Professors : Bot.-P. F. 
Fyson, B.A. Camb. Chem. — W. Erlam Smith,f M.A. Ox., Secy, 
to Coll. Council ; J. L. Simonsen.f D.Sc. Mane. Engl. — J. H. Mackin- 

* v. Appendix V. f Special Univ. Lectr. 1913-14. 



MADRAS 325 

tosh,* B.A. Ox. Geol. — Murray Stuart,* D.Sc. Birm. Hist.— H. J. 
Allen, M.A. Dub., Bar-at-Law ; E. W. Green, B.A. Ox. Ment. and 
Mor. Science — A. Subramania Aiyar, B.A., L.T. Mad. Phys. — R. LI. 
Jones, M.A. Camb. Math. Phys.— P. V. Seshu Aiyar,* B.A., L.T. Mad. 
Sansk. — M. Rangachariar, M.A. Mad. ; S. Kuppuswami Sastri,* M.A., 
L.T. (acting). Zool. — K. Ramunni Menon, M.A. Camb. 26 other 
Teachers. 

Madras, Teachers' Coll. (Govt.). L.T. Acting Principal — A. I. 
Mayhew, B.A. Vice-Principal — H. Champion, B.A. ; R. W. Ross, 
B.A. (acting). Supt. Primary Dept. — Rebekah MacLeod. 9 other 
Teachers. 

Madras, Law Coll. (under control of Director of Pub. Instr.) 
B. L. Number of students in the B.L. class, 189. Principal — R. A 
Nelson, M.A., LL.M., Bar.-at-Law ; S. Swaminadhan, LL.D. (acting) 
Junr. Prof. — Paul Appaswami, M.A., LL.B., Bar.-at-Law (acting) 
Asst. Profs. — T. Rajagopalachariar, M.A., B.L. ; C. H. Kunhiraman 
B.A., B.L. (acting). Temporary Special Lectr. — K. Yegnanarayana 
Adiga, B.A., B.L. 

Madras, Medical Coll. (subject to the authority of the Surg.-Genl. 
with the Govt, of Mad.). L.M.S., M.B., B.S. Its certifs. are recognized 
by the Colls, of Surgs. of Eng., Scot., and Irel. Number of students, 
265. Principal, and Prof, of Midwifery— Lt.-Col. G. G. Giffard, C.S.I., 
I.M.S. Other Professors : A nat.— Major T. H. Symons, M.R.C.S. Eng., 
L.R.C.P. Lond., I.M.S. Biol.— -Capt. T. W. Harley, B.A., M.B., 
B.Ch., B.O., I.M.S. Chem.— Major A. Miller, M.B., I.M.S. Dent. 
Surg.—C. F. Badcock, L.D.S. Mat. Med.— Major E. W. Browne, 
M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond., I.M.S. Med.— Col. R. Robertson, 
M.B., CM., I.M.S. Med. Jurispr.—Ma,]or C. G. Webster, I.M.S. 
Ophth.— Lt.-Col. R. H. Elliott, M.D., B.S. Lond., D.Sc. Edin., F.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., D.P.H. Camb., M.P.S., I.M.S. Path.— Major H. Kirkpatrick, 
M.B., I.M.S. Physiol.— Lt.-Col. C. Donovan, B.A., M.D., B.Ch., 
B.A.O. R.U.I., F.L.S., I.M.S. Surgery— Major W. J. Niblock, M.B., 
B.Ch., B.A.O. R.U.I., F.R.C.S.I., I.M.S. 

Madras, Coll. of Engineering. B.E. Number of students in B.E. 
course, 70. Principal— W. H. James, B.Sc, M.I.M.E., A.M.I.C.E., 
Fellow of Mad. Univ. Other Professors : Civil Engin. — C. L. T. 
Griffith, A.M.I.C.E., and 9 Instrs. Mech. Engin.— C. L. Cartwright, 
M.I.M.E., A.M.I.C.E., and 4 Instrs. Maths. — K. R. Ramaswami 
Aiyangar, M.A., L.T., and 5 Instrs. 

Madura, American Coll. (Mission). H. Hostel accommodation 
for Christians and for Brahman and non-Brahman Hindus. Instructive 
Staff : Engl.—W. M. Zumbro, M.A., Principal ; W. W. Wallace, M.A., 
Assoc.-Princ. Hist, and Econ. — P. H. Anantaram Ai, B.A. ; L. C. 
Guise, M.A. 

* Special Univ. Lectr. 191 3-14. 



326 MADRAS 

Mangalore, St. Aloysius' Coll. H, Lo, M. Managed by Jesuit 
Fathers. Number of students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 32. Rector — 

C. Perazzi. Principal, and Lectr. in Engl. Lit. — C. Ghezzi, B.A.,D.D. 

Masulipatam, Noble Coll. H, La. Supported by Church Miss. 
Soc. and Rugby Fox Memor. Fund and Govt, grant of Rs.7800 p. a. 
Number of students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 20. Principal, and Prof, of 
Hist.—W. C. Penn, M.A. Ox., B.A. Lond. 

Mysore, Maharajah's Coll. (Govt.). H, La. Number of students, 
3rd and 4th yrs., $7. Principal, and Prof, of Hist. — T. Denham, 
M.A. Ox. 

Rajahmundry, Govt. Coll. H, La, Lo, M, P. Number of students, 
3rd and 4th yrs., 46. Principal, and Prof, of Engl. — O. J. Couldrey, 
M.A. Ox. 

Trichinopoly, St. Joseph's Coll. (S.J.). H, La, Lo, M, P, and 
in Honours H, M, P. Open to all creeds and classes, but primarily 
for Roman Catholic population of S. India. Number of students, 
3rd and 4th yrs., 212. Rector and Principal — F. Bertram. Manager — 
J. D. W. Sewell. Professors : Bot.—E. Gombert,* B.A. Chem.— 
A. Haas. Chem. and Zool. — F. J. Caius. Econ. — P. Carty.* Engl. — 
H. J. Quinn. Hist.—L. V. Newton. Maths.— C. PruvCt. Phys.— 

D. Honore. 24 other Teachers. 

Trichinopoly, S.P.G. Coll. H, La, M, P. Number of students, 
3rd and 4th yrs., 64. Principal and Manager — A. F. Gardiner, M.A. 
Vice-Principal, Engl, and Maths. — W. H. M. Lonsdale, M.A. 

Trivandrum, Maharaja's Coll. (Govt.) . H, La, M, P. Number of 
students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 150. Principal, and Prof, of Engl. — L. C. 
Hodgson, M.A. Camb. 

Trivandrum, Maharaja's Law Coll. (Govt.). Number of students 
in B.L. class, 49. Principal — F. J. R. Hunt, Bar.-at-Law. Senr. 
Lectrs. — E. J. John, B.A., B.L. ; K. Kochukrishna Marar, B.A., B.L. 
Lectrs. — E. S. W. Senathi Raja, LL.B., Bar.-at-Law ; V. A. Rama- 
krishna Aiyar, B.A., B.L. ; K. G. Paramesvara Menon, B.A., B.L. ; 
C. G. Idichandy, B.A., Bar.-at-Law ; E. Poonen, B.A., M.D., M.Ch. 

Trivandrum, Training Coll. (Govt.). L.T. Number of students 
preparing for the L.T., 25. Principal — G. F. Clark, M.A., Ph.D. 
Vice-Principal — K. Venkateswara Aiyar, B.A., L.T. Senr. Lectrs. — 
A. Narayana Aiyar, B.A., L.T. ; O. M. Cheriyan, B.A., L.T. Sped. 
Lectr.— J. Pryde, M.A., B.Sc. (Nature Study). 

Vizianagram, Maharaja's Coll. Lo, M, P. Maintained by the 
Raja of Vizianagram. Number of students, 3rd and 4th yrs., 21. 
Principal, and Chief Lectr. in Engl. — K. Ramanujachariyar, M.A., B.L. 

* Special Univ. Lectr. 1913-14. 



UNIVERSITY OF MALTA 



Supreme Authority 

Visitor 

Rector 

Assistant Rector 

Clerk of the Council 



H.E. the Governor of Malta. 
H.H. the Lieut. -Governor. 
Hon'ble Prof. E. Magro, M.D. 
John Reynolds: 
Joseph Briffa. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ANATOMY and Histology* 

SAMUT, C., M.D. Prof. 

DEBONO, P. P., M.D., D.P.H. Asst. 

BIOLOGY, v. Nat. Hist. 
CHEMISTRY 

ZAMMIT, T., C.M.G., M.D. Prof. 

ENGINEERING and Archit. (v. 

also Mech.) 
galea, r. v. Lectr. 



HISTORY 

THE PROF, of Engl. Lit. 

HYGIENE 

DEBONO, F., M.D. 



LANGUAGES and Literature 
English Lit. 

FALLON, D. Prof. 

Italian Lit. 
laurenza, v., d.lit. Acting Prof. 
Latin Lit. 

SCEBERRAS, F. M., D.D. Prof. 



Const, and Internat. Law 

VASSALLO, E. C, M.A., LL.D. Prof. 

Criminal Law 

RANDON, L. A., B.A., LL.D. Prof. 

LOGIC and Philosophy 

CUSCHIERI, A., ORD. CARMEL. Prof. 

MATHEMATICS 

nixon, w.f., b.sc, a.r.s.sc. Lectr. 



MECHANICS, Applied 

GATT, J. L., L.S. AND A. 



Lectr. 



Lectr. MEDICINE and Surgery 

Materia Med. and Therap. 
cassar, i., m.d. Lectr. 

Prof. Medicine 

MIFSUD, C, M.D. Prof. 

ANASTASI, G. C, B.SC, M.D. Asst. 

Mental Diseases 

ULLO XUEREB, G., M.D. Lectr. 

Midwifery and Gynecology 

DEBONO, G., M.D. Prof. 

ZANGHI, C. A., B.A., M.D. Asst. 

Ophthalmology 

VASSALLO, A., M.A., M.D. Lectr. 

Surgery 

CASSAR, S., M.D. Prof. 

BORG, S., M.D. AsSt. 



LAW 

Canon Law 

VASSALLO, MOST REV. CAN. E., JUR. 

can. doc. Lectr. 

Civil Law 

CARUANA, G., LL.D. Prof. 

Commercial Law 
refalo, M. a., b.a., ll.d. Prof. PHILOSOPHY, v. Logic 

* In the Faculty of Medicine. 
327 



NATURAL HISTORY 

DEBONO, F., M.D. 



Prof. 



328 MALTA 

PHYSICS THEOLOGY, Dogmatic 



AGIUS, T., M.A., M.D. Prof. 



FORMOSA, VERY REV. MGR. G., B.A., 



PHYSIOLOGY* d.d., j.u.d. Prof. 

SAMUT, R., M.B., CM. EDIN. LeCTX. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY THEOLOGY, Moral [Prof. 

SULTANA, A., LL.D. LeCTX. GRIMA, MOST REV. MGR. CAN. C, D.D. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Anastasi, G. C, apptd. vice Asphar. 

Asphar, M., M.D., Asst. to the Prof, of Med., vacated the apptmt. 

on completion of term of office. 
Debono, P. P., apptd. vice Samut. 
Samut, R., Asst. to the Prof, of Anat., vacated the apptmt. on 

completion of term of office. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties. Four — Literature and Science (including Engineering 
and Architecture) ; Theology ; Law ; Medicine. 

Matriculation involves passing an examn. in 5 subjects. 
English or Italian, Maths., and (except for the Academical course of 
Engin. and Archit.) Latin are compulsory subjects. For Med. students 
proposing to register in England, Hist, and Engl, are also compulsory, 
and it is necessary to take 6 subjects in all instead of 5. 

Degrees, Diplomas, &c. B.Lit., D.Lit., B.Sc, D.Sc. ; B.L.Can., 
D.D. ; LL.D. ; M.D. ; B.Eng. and A. (Engin. and Archit.). Diplomas 
of Notary Public, Legal Procurator, Pharmacist and Apothecary, 
Dental Surgeon, Midwife. Certifs. issued in connexion with the Board 
of Trade to navigators, engineers, and engine-drivers. General clinical 
instruction is imparted principally at the Civil Central Hospital, which 
contains over 200 beds, including Maternity and Gynaec. Wards. 
Other hospls., such as the Fever and other Contag. Dis. Hospls., 
Asylums for Insane and Incurables, and Sanatoria are also available 
for clinics. 

Scholarships for Graduates. The best grad. in each of the 
Academical courses of Theol., Law, Med., and Engin. and Archit. is 
awarded £1 20 to enable him to proceed abroad for study. The Marchese 
Vincenzo Bugeja purse {£50) is awarded to the best grad. in each of the 
first 3 courses, subject to certain conditions. 

Women. There are no provisions in the Statute for or against 
the admission of women to classes and degrees, but no woman has been 
admitted except 1 who attended as an occasional student. 

Residential Facilities are not provided by or in connexion with 
the Univ. 

* In the Faculty of Medicine. 



MALTA 329 

Library. 5000 vols. A Public Library maintained in connexion 
with the Univ. contains over 100,000 vols, and is specially rich in MSS. 
and rare editions, including many records of the Knights of St. John 
of Jerusalem and Malta, and collections of specimens of bookbinding 
and illuminated MSS. of great historical interest. 

Museums include almost all the birds and fishes which visit 
Malta as well as local insects and sea-shells, &c, and important local 
fossils. The Archaeol. Museum has unique prehistoric remains and a 
collection of coins and medals mostly in connexion with the rule of 
the Knights of St. John and of Malta. 

An Observatory contains, besides the usual registering instruments, 
some of considerable historical value. 

The Botanical Garden dates from the time of the Knights, being 
the third to be established in Europe. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

This was the first year of (i) the Triennial Academical Courses, 
1 91 2-15, (a) of Literature, (b) of Sciences, and (c) of Engineering and 
Architecture in the Faculty of Literature and Science (including courses 
preparatory to the Quadrennial Higher Academical Courses, 1912- 
16, in the Faculties of Theol., Law, and Medicine, to courses of Notarial 
Studies and Legal Procedure and the Course of Pharmacy) ; (2) the 
Quadrennial Higher Academical Courses, 191 2-1 6. It was also the 
4th year of the Higher Academical Courses, 1909-13, in Theol., Law, 
and Medicine for the Senior Students, as well as the 1st year of the 
Academical Courses, 191 2-1 6, in Theol., Law, and Medicine for the 
Junior Students. This overlapping occurs periodically every three 
years, as admissions to the Higher Academical Courses are allowed 
only at the beginning of each of such courses, viz. every third year. 

New Departments, &c. Optional classes in Higher Maths., 
including the Calculus, have been opened under the direction of the 
Lectr. in Maths. 

Number of Students preparing for the Bachelorship or diplomas 
237, occasional students 7, preparing for the Doctor's degree 40. 

Degrees Conferred during the year. B.Sc. 1, B.Lit. 2, D.D. 2, 
B.L.Can. 2, LL.D. 18, M.D. 20, B. Eng. and A. 6. Diplomas — Notary 
Public 4, Legal Procurator 18, Pharmacist and Apoth. 15. Certifs. — 25. 

Additions to Buildings and Equipment. A lecture and demon- 
stration room capable of accommodating about 100 students. 
Considerable additions of apparatus for the labs. 






Changes in Regulations. The standard of the Matricn. examn. 
has been brought within the requirements of the Genl, Council of Med. 
Educn. and Registration of the U.K. 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF 
MANCHESTER 



[Founded by Royal Charter dated April 20, 1880. 
incorporated with the Univ. 1904.] 



Owens Coll. 



Chancellor 

Vice-Chancellor 

Pro-Vice-Chancellor 

Chairman of the Council 
Chairman of Convocation 
Registrar and Senior Tutor 

for Men Students 
Senior Tutor for Women 

Students 
Bursar 
Secretary to the Senate and 

the University Extension 

Committee 
Librarian 
Keeper of the Manchester 

Museum 



The Rt. Hon. Viscount Morley 

of Blackburn, O.M. 
Prof. F. E. Weiss, D.Sc. (pro 

tempore). 
Prof. A. S. Delepine, M.B., CM., 

M.Sc. 
Sir Frank F. Adam, C.I.E., LL.D. 
C. T. Needham, B.A., M.P. 
E. Fiddes, M.A. 

Phoebe Sheavyn, D.Litt. 

S. Chaffers, M.A. 

H. P. Turner, M.A., LL.B. 



C. W. E. Leigh. 

W. M. Tattersall, D.Sc. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



A CCO UNTING [Lectr . 

CARTER, R. N., M.COM., F.I.C.A. 

ACOUSTICS 

PROF. RUTHERFORD (v. PhyS.) Prof . 

AGRICULTURE 

young, t. j., f.s.i. Lectr . 

Agric. Entomology [Reader. 

IMMS, A. D., M.A. , D.SC, F.L.S., F.E.S. 

(v. also Bot. and Zool.) 



STOPFORD, J. B., M.B. 



KILNER, T. P. 
MARSHALL, C 



MORITZ. M. 



CH.B. 

Senr. Demr. 
m.b., ch.b. Demr. 

B., M.B., CH.B. 
. B.A. CAMB., M.B., CH.B. 

Demr. 
Clinical A natomy [Lectr. 

HUGHES, E. E., M.B., CH.M., F.R.C.S. 
MORLEY, J., M.B. , CH.M., F.R.C.S. „ 

(v. also Med. — Path, and Dent.) 



ANATOMY, Descr. and Pract. ARCHAEOLOGY 

smith, g. elliot, m.a. camb., Classical ArchcBol. 

M.D., CH.M. SYD., F.R.S. Prof. HOPKINSON, J. H., M.A. OX. Lectr. 

330 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 331 



Egyptology 

GARDINER, A. H. 



[Reader. 

D.LITT. OX. 



ARCHITECTURE [Prof. 

DICKIE, A. C, M.A., F.S.A., A. R.I. B. A. 

Archit. Drawing and Design 

GRANT, J. LINDSAY Demr. 

(v. also Engin. and Tech.) 



BANKING 

HARTLEY, J. W. 
FRASER, D. D., M. 



Lectr. 
com. Hon. Lectr. 



BIOCHEMISTRY, v. Chem. 



BOTANY 

WEISS, F. E., 
LOND. 



M.SC. MANC, D.SC. 

Harrison Prof, and 
Dir. of Bot. Lab. 

ADAMSON, R. S., M.A., B.SC. EDIN., 
B.A. CAMB. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Cryptogamic Botany 

LANG, W. H., M.B., CM., D.SC. 

glas., f.r.s. Barker Prof. 
Economic Botany 

BRIERLEY, W. B., M.SC. MANC. 

(Demr. in Bot.) Asst. Lectr. 
Vegetable Physiology 

THODAY, D., M.A. CAMB. (Demr. 

in Bot.) Lectr. 

CHEMISTRY (v. also Med.— 
Pharm., Metall., Pub. Health, 
Phys. — Elec.) 

DIXON, H. B., M.A. OX., M.SC. MANC, 
PH.D. PRAGUE, F.R.S. 

Prof, and Dir. of Inorg. Labs. 

LAPWORTH, A., D.SC LOND., F.R.S. 

Prof, and Dir. of Org. Labs. 
smith, norman, d.sc. Senr. Lectr. 

BURT, F. P., B.SC. LOND., D.SC. 

bris. Senr. Lectr. 

edgar, e. c, d.sc. Senr. Lectr. 

LANKSHEAR, F. R., M.SC. MANC, 

b.a. n.z. Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 

HOPE, E., M.SC. 
MYERS, J. E., M.SC. 

* Prof, in the School of Tech. 



JONES, W. J., B.SC WALES, M.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

PARTINGTON, J. R., M.SC. 

Bacteriological Chem. 
fowler, g. j., d.sc. Lectr. 

Biochemistry 

WEIZMANN, C, SCD. FREI., D.SC. 

manc. Reader. 

Technological Chem. 

KNECHT, M.SC.TECH., PH.D. ZUR., 

f.i.c *Prof. 

COWARD, H. F., d.sc. (Dir. of 

Chem. Labs, in School of 

Tech.) Lectr. 

RADCLIFFE, L. G., M.SC TECH. 

fAsst. Lectr. 

PEACHEY, S. J., M.SC.TECH. „ 
SINNATT, F. S. „ 

HIBBERT, EVA, A.M.S.T. Demr. 

COMMERCE, v. Accounting, 
Banking, Econ., Railways 



DENTISTRY 

D. Anat. and Physiol. 

PRESTON, C H., M.D. LOND., 
L.D.S. 


F.R.C.S., 

Lectr. 


D. Bacteriology 
prof, boycott (v. Med.~ 


[Prof. 
-Path.) 


D. Histology 

HEADRIDGE, D., L.D.S. 


Lectr. 


D. Materia Med. 
PROF, wild (v. Med.) 

SIMMS, H., M.D., L.D.S. 


Prof. 
Lectr. 


D. Metallurgy 

HEADRIDGE, J. P., B.SC 
L.D.S., D.D.S. 


. LOND., 

Lectr. 


Orthodontia 

CAMPION, G. G., L.D.S. 


Lectr. 


Operative Dentistry 

NORMAN, H. W., L.D.S. 


Lectr. 


Prosthetics and Mechanics 
simms, w., l.d.s. Lectr. 

D. Surg, and Path. 
doran, s. s., l.d.s. Lectr. 


f Lectr. in the School of Tech. 



332 

ECONOMICS 

Econ. Bot. 
ways) 

CHAPMAN, S. J., 

MANC. 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 



SHIMMIN, A. N.. 
JACK, A. F., B.A 
DANIELS, G. W.. 

Economic History 

UNWIN, G., M.A. OX. 



(v. also Banking, 
Econ. Zool., Rail- 

M.A. CAMB., M.COM. 

Jevons Prof, and 
Cobden Lectr. 
m.a. Asst. Lectr. 

CAMB.,. M.COM. ,, 
B.A. 



Prof. 



EDUCATION 

SMITH, H. BOMPAS, M.A. OX. 

Prof., and Dir. of the Dept. 

FINDLAY, J. J., M.A. OX., PH.D. 

leip. Sarah Fielden Prof. 

MARK, T., D.LITT. LOND., B.SC. 

Lectr. 
herford, miss c. Lect. and Demr. 

BROWN, MISS C. M. R., 

M.A. ST. AND. „ 

EGGAR, MARGARET E., N.F.U. 

Asst. Lect. and Demr. 

STOCKTON, C. E., M.A. 

SHELLEY, J., B.A. CAMB. 

QUINE, E., B.SC. LIV. 

BURSTALL, SARA A., B.A. LOND., 

m.a. dub. Spl. Lectr. 

PATON, J. L., M.A. CAMB. ,, 

Observation of Children and 
School Hygiene 

MELLAND, C. H., M.D. LOND. Lectr. 

School Teaching 

STEEL, KATE L., N.F.U. Demr. 
HARRISON, A. S., M.SC. „ 

VICKERS, W., M.SC. „ 

SUDDARDS, IDA ,, 

For Elem. Training Dept. 
Singing 

KEIGHLEY, T., MUS.D. Lectr. 

Reading and Recitation 
powell, c. Adviser. 

Drawing and Needlework 

START, LAURA InSTT. 

Drawing 

SHELLEY, J., B.A. InSTT. 

* Prof, in School of Tech. 



Phys. Exercises for Men [Demr. 
quine, e., b.sc. liv. Asst. Lectr. & 
Phys. Exercises for Women 

ATKINSON, MRS. KING (Ling 

Assoc) Instr. 

ENGINEERING 

PETAVEL, J. E., D.SC, F.R.S., 
A.M.I.C.E., A.M.I.E.E. 

Beyer Prof, and Dir. of 
Whitworth Lab. 

SANDEMAN, E., M.I.C.E. AsSOC.Prof. 
DEWHURST, C. B., M.SC, A.I.C.E. 

Clifton Lectr. and Dir. of 

Drawing Offices. 

frith, j., m.sc, a.m.i.e.e. Demr. 

COOK, G., M.SC, A.M.I.CE. 

Junr. Demr. 

Civil Engin. and Drawing 

LANDER, C H., M.SC, A.M.I.CE., 

a.m.i.m.e. Lectr. in C.E. and 
Senr. Instr. in Drawing. 

DELEPINE, H. G. S., B.SC. Junr. 

Instr. in Drawing, and Demr. 
Electrical Engin. [*Prof. 

WALKER, M., M.A. CAMB., M.I.E.E. 
LUSTGARTEN, J., M.SC, A.M.I.E.E. 

fAsst. Lectr. and Demr. 

MOORE, A. E., A.M.I.E.E. „ 

Hydraulics 

PICKFORD, F., M.SC, A.M.I.M.E. 

f Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Mechanical Engin. 
vacant Prof. 

JORDAN, H. G., A.R.C.S.I., M.I.M.E., 

m.sctech. *Lectr. 

POPPLEWELL, W. C, M.SC, 

a.m.i.ce. fLectr. 

ANDERSON, R. M.J M.SCTECH. 

t Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

EDMONDSON, A. R., M.SC, 

FERGUSON, R. M., M.SC. ,, 

JONES, T., M.I.M.E. „ 

SMITH, DEMPSTER, A.M.I.M.E. „ 
THRELFALL, H., M.SCTECH., 

A.R.CS.I. „ 

(v. also Archit., San. Engin., 
Tech.) 
•j- Lectr ; in School of Tech. 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 333 



GEOGRAPHY 

MCFARLANE, J., M.A. 
CAMB., M.COM. 



EDIN., B.A. 

Lectr. 



GEOLOGY, Palceont. and Petrology 

HOLLAND, SIR T. H., K.C.I.E., D.SC. 

calc, f.r.s. Prof, and Dir. 
of the Geol. Lab. 

DAWKINS, W. BOYD, M.A., D.SC. OX. 
AND MANC, F.R.S. Hon. Prof. 

hickling, g., d.sc. Lectr. in Pal. 
and Demr. in Geol. 

JOWETT, A., M.SC. MANC, B.SC. 
LEEDS 

Junr. Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Vertebrate Paleontology 
watson, d. m. s., m.sc. Hon. Lectr. 

HISTORY (v. also Economics, 
Music, PalcBog., Theol.) 

WAUGH, W. T., M.A., B.D. 

Senr. Asst. Lectr. 

CRAMMER, W., B.A. OX. Asst.LeCTT. 
HIGHAM, C. S. S., B.A. ,, 

Ancient and Medieval Hist. 

TAIT, J., M.A. OX. AND MANC. Prof. 

Colonial History [Spl. Lectr. 

HERTZ, G. B., M.A., B.C.L. OX. 

Irish History 
dunlop, r., m.a. Spl. Lectr. 

Medieval and Eccles. Hist. 

TOUT, T. F., M.A. OX. AND MANC, 

f.b.a. Prof. 

Modern History 

MUIR, R., M.A. LIV. AND OX. Prof. 

Roman History 

FIDDES, E., M.A. MANC, CAMB., 

and aberd. Spl. Lectr. 

HYGIENE (v. also Pub. Health, 
San. Engin., Vet. Hyg.) 

SIDEBOTHAM, E. J., M.A., M.B. 

camb. Lectr. 

Factory Hygiene Lectr. 

LEGGE, T. M., M.A., M.D. OX., D.P.H. 

School Hygiene (Pub. Health 
Dept. : v. also Education) 

YOUNG,M., M.D. EDIN., D.P.H. Lectr. 



LANGUAGES and Literature 
Chinese 

PARKER, E. H., M.A. Prof. 

English Lit. and Lang. 

HERFORD, C H., LITT.D. CAMB. AND 

manc. Smith Prof. 

CHARLTON, H. B., B.A. LEEDS 

Asst. Lectr. 
classen, e., m.a., ph.d. Asst.Lectr. 

SHEAVYN, PHOEBE, D.LIT. LOND. 

Spl. Lectr. 
English Lang. 

SEDGEFIELD, W. J., M.A. CAMB., 
D.LITT. MELB. Prof. 

French Lang, and Lit. 

KASTNER, L. E., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 
LAILAVOIX, L., M.A. LOND., L.-ES-L. 

paris Lectr. 

GRIFFITHS, E. T., B.A. WALES 

Asst. Lectr. 

ORR, J., M.A., B.LITT. OX., L.-&S-L. 

paris Asst. Lectr. 

German Lang, and Lit. 

JOHANNSON, A., M.A. DORPAT AND 

manc. Henry Simon Prof. 

MCGRATH, E. H., M.A. OX. 

Asst. Lectr. 
German for Technology 
albers, g. Teacher. 

Greek [Hulme Prof. 

CALDER,W. M., M.A. ABERD. AND OX. 

Hellen. Gk. and Ind.-Eur. Philol. 

MOULTON, J. H., M.A. CAMB., 
D.LIT. LOND., D.D. EDIN., 
D.C.L. DURH., D. THEOL. BERL. 

Greenwood Prof. 
Greek and Latin [Asst. Lectr. 

BRAUNHOLTZ, G. E. K., M.A. CAMB. 
KYD, A. H., B.A. OX. „ 

WILLIAMSON, H., M.A. OX. 

Hebrew, v. Semitic 

Iranian Langs, and Lits. [Lectr. 

CASARTELLI, RT. REV. L. C, M.A. 
LOND., D.LITT. OR., D.D. LOUV. 

Italian Literature 
valgimigli, a. Even. Class Lectr. 
Latin, Early and Classical 

CONWAY, R. S., LITT.D. CAMB. 

Hulme Prof. 



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SEARLE, J 



Latin, Imperial 

ANDERSON, W. B., M.A. ABERD. AND 



CAMB. 

Portuguese 

PRESTAGE, E., 

Russian 

SEDGEFIELD, 



Prof. 



b.a. ox. Spl. Lectr. 



W. J., M.A. 



D.LITT. MELB. 

Semitic Langs, and Lits. 

CANNEY, M. A., M.A. OX. 



CAMB., 

Lectr. 
Prof. 



LA W (v. also Railways) 

HOPKINSON, SIR ALFRED, K.C., 
LL.D. GLAS., ABERD., BRIST., 
AND LEEDS, M.A., B.C.L. OX. 

Christie Prof. 

SEATON, J. S., M.A., B.C.L. OX., 
BAR.-AT-LAW Prof. 

BOTTOMLEY, L., M.A., LL.B., LL.D. 
LOND., SOL. OF SUPR. CT. 

Tutor. 
Common Law 

BURGIS, E. C, M.A., B.C.L. OX., 
LL.B., BAR.-AT-LAW Lectr. 

Conveyancing 

EASTWOOD, T. C, B.A., LL.B. LOND.; 
B.A., BAR.-AT-LAW Lectr. 

Criminal Law [Lectr. 

ACTON, E., B.A. OX., BAR.-AT-LAW 

Jurispr. and Const. Law 

HERTZ, G. B., M.A., B.C.L. OX., BAR.- 
AT-LAW Lectr. 
Probate, &>c. 

OPPENHEIM, F. S., M.A. OX., SOL. 

of supr. ct. Lectr. 

Roman Law 

DEHN, T. G. R., B.A. OX., BAR.-AT- 
LAW Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS (v. also Phys.) 

LAMB, H., SC.D. CAMB. AND DUB., 
LL.D. GLAS., D.SC. OX., F.R.S. 

Beyer Prof. 

HASSE, H. R., M.A. CAMB., M.SC. 

Fielden Lectr. 

EVANS, W. D., M.A. CAMB. 

Richardson Lectr. 



H. C, B.SC. LOND. 

Senr. Asst. Lectr. 

CLEMMOW, C. A., B.A. CAMB., B.SC. 

lond. Asst. Lectr. 

Maths, for Technology 

WRAPSON, J. P., B.A. R.U.I., 

A.R.c.s.i., m.sc.tech. *Lectr. 

BROTHERTON, H., M.SC.TECH. 

fAsst. Lectr. 

PRESCOTT, J., M.A. ,, 

BARRATT, W. S., A.R.C.S.I., A.I.C. ,, 

MEDICINE and Surgery 

Anesthetics 
wilson, a., f.r.c.s. Hon. Lectr. 

Dermatology 

LANCASHIRE, G. H., M.D., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Lectr. 

Diseases of Children 

LAPAGE, C. P., M.D., M.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Diseases of the Ear 

MILLIGAN, W., M.D. ABERD. Lectr. 

Diseases, Infectious [Clin. Lectr. 

FLETCHER, J., M.D. ABERD., D.P.H. 

Diseases of the Larynx 

MORITZ, S., M.SC. MANC, M.D.WURZ., 

m.r.c.p. Clin. Lectr. 

Diseases, Mental 
mould, g. w., m.r.c.s. Lectr. 

scowcroft, w., m.r.c.s. Lectr. 

Forensic Medicine 

SELLERS, W., M.D. LOND., M.R.C.S., 

d.p.h. Prof. 

Gyncec, v. Obst. 
Mat. Med. and Therap. (v. also 

Pharm.) 

WILD, R. B., M.D. LOND.; M.SC. 

manc, f.r.c.p. Leech Prof. 
Medicine, Clinical 

REYNOLDS, E. S., B.SC, M.D. 
LOND., F.R.C.P. Prof. 

BROCKBANK, E. M., M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Lectr. 

CUNLIFFE, E. N., M.D., M.R.C.P. ,, 
RAMSBOTTOM, A., M.D., D.P.H., 

m.r.c.p. Lectr. 

WILLIAMSON, R. T., M.D., F.R.C.P. ,, 



* Prof, in School of Tech. 



f Lectr. in School of Tech. 



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335 



Medicine, Systematic 

MURRAY, G. R., M.A., M.D. CAMB., 
M.D. DUB., D.C.L. DURH., 

f.r.c.p. Prof. 

MOORE, F. CRAVEN, M.D., M.SC, 

f.r.c.p. Lectr. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology [Prof. 

DONALD, A., M.D. EDIN., M.R.C.P. 
LEA, A. W. W., M.D., B.S. LOND., 

f.r.c.s. Lectr. 

FOTHERGILL, W. E., M.A.; B.SC, 

m.d. edin. Lectr. 

shaw, w. f., m.d. Asst. Lectr. 

Obst. and Gyn&c, Clinical 

ROBERTS, D. L., M.D. ST. AND., 

F.R.C.P. LOND., F.R.S.E. Lectr. 

WALLS, W. K., M.B. LOND., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Lectr. 

Ophthalmology 

GRIFFITH, A. H., M.D. ABERD. Lectr. 

Ophth., Clinical 

CLEGG, J. G., M.D. LOND., M.B., 

ch.b., f.r.c.s. Lectr. 

Pathology and Path. Anat. 

BOYCOTT, A. E., B.SC, M.A., D.M., 

b.ch. ox. Procter Prof. 

DOUGLAS, J. S. C, M.A., D.M. OX., 

M.R.c.s.,F.R.c.p.Lectr.(Path.). 

WHITE, C. POWELL, M.A., M.D. 
CAMB., F.R.C.S. 

Spl. Lectr. (Path.). 

LOVEDAY, G. E., M.A., M.B., B.C. 
CAMB., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Lectr. (Clin. Path.). 

ANDERTON, W. B., M.B. LOND., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Demr. (Morb. Anat.). 
Path, of the Skin 
dyson, w., m.d. Hon. Spl. Lectr. 
(v. also Pub. Health) 
Pharmacology and Therap. 

LEECH, E. B., M.D. CAMB., M.R.C.S. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy 

GRIER, J., M.SC. MANC. Lectr. 

Surgery, Clinical 

THORBURN, W. t B.SC, M.D., B.S. 
LOND., F.R.C.S. Prof. 



Asst. 

EDIN., 

Asst. 

LOND., 

Lectr. 
[Lectr. 

F.R.CSJ 



CM. EDIN., 

Prof. 

B.C. CAMB., 

Lectr. 
[Lectr. 

, F.R.C.S. 

Med. 



Surgery, Operative 

WRIGLEY, P. R., F.R.C.S. 
WRIGHT, G., M.B., CH.B 
F.R.C.S. 

Surgery, Orthopedic 

ROBERTS, C, M.B., B.S. 
F.R.C.S. 

Surgery, Practical 

BURGESS, A. H., M.B., M.SC. 

Surgery, Systematic 

SMITH, J. W., M.B., 

F.R.C.S. 
TELFORD, E. D., M.A 

F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Surgical Pathology 

RAY, J. H., M.B., CH.M., 

Therapeutics, v. Mat 
Tropical Diseases 

STEPHENS, J. W. W., M.D., B.C. 

camb., d.p.h. Lectr. 

Vaccination 

SCOTT, J., M.A., M.D. ABERD. Lectr. 

METALLURGY 

CARPENTER, H. C H., M.A. OX., 
PH.D. LEIP. Prof. 

Andrew, j. h., m.sc. Junr. Demr. 
and Research Fellow. 

RHEAD, E. L., M.SCTECH., F.I.C 

♦Lectr. 
METEOROLOGY [Observer. 

white, miss m., M.sc Meteor. 

MILITARY Organization, &-c. 

NUGENT, CAPT. F. H. Lectr. 



MINING 

WILLIAMS, N. T., 



[Lectr. 

B.SC. WALES. 



MUSIC 
rodsky, a., mus.d. Lectr. 

Harmony and Mus. Composn. 
carroll, w., mus.d. Lectr. 

Church Music, &c. 

PYNE, J. K., MUS.D. (CANTUAR.), 

f.s.a., f.r.co. Lectr. 

History of Music 

KEIGHLEY, T., MUS.D. Lectr. 



* Lectr. in School of Tech. 



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PALEOGRAPHY 

LITTLE, A. G., M.A. OX. Lectr. 

PALEONTOLOGY, v. Geol. 
PHILOLOGY, v. Langs. 
PHILOSOPHY (v. also Relig.) 

ALEXANDER, S., M.A. OX. AND 
MANC, LL.D. ST. AND., F.B.A. 

Prof. 

FIELD, G. C, M.A., B.SC. OX. 

Asst. Lectr. (Lectr. on 

Ethics and Politics) . 
Indian Philosophy 

DAVIDS, MRS. T. W. RHYS, M.A. 

lond. Spl. Lectr. 

PHYSICS (v. also Chem., Engin.) 

RUTHERFORD, SIR ERNEST, KT., 
B.A. CAMB., M.A. N.Z., D.SC. 
N.Z. AND DUB., PH.D. GIES., 
LL.D. EDIN., F.R.S. 

Langworthy Prof, and Dir. 
of Phys. Labs. 

SCHUSTER, A., SCD. CAMB., PH.D. 

heid., d.sc, f.r.s. Hon. Prof. 

MAKOWER, W., M.A. CAMB., D.SC. 

lond. Lectr. and Senr. Demr. 
and Asst. Dir. of Phys. Labs. 

FLORANCE, D. C H., M.A., M.SC. N.Z. 

Lectr. and Demr. 

EVANS, E. J., B.SC. WALES AND 

lond. Lectr. and Demr. 

ROBINSON, H., M.SC. „ „ 

MARSDEN, E., M.SC. 

Lectr. and Research Asst. 
Electro-Chemistry 
pring, j. n., d.sc. Lectr. & Demr. 
Electro-Technics 

BEATTIE, R., D.SC. DURH., M.I.E.E. 

Prof, and Dir. of E.-T. Labs. 
gerrard, h., m.sc. Junr. Demr. 

Mathematical Physics 
darwin, c. g., b.a. camb. Reader. 

Physics (for Technology) 

GEE, W. W. H., B.SC. LOND., M.SC. 

tech., a.m.i.e.e. *Lectr. 

adamson, a., m.sc.tech., a.r.c.s. 

t Asst. Lectr. 

* Prof, in School of Tech. 



BUTTERWORTH, S., M.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
PHYSIOLOGY and Histology 

STIRLING, W., M.D., D.SC. EDIN., 

ll.d. glas. Brackenbury Prof. 

LAMB, F. W. J. A., B.A., M.D., D.P.H. 

bub. Lectr. 

Harris, d. t., b.sc. wales Demr. 
Experimental Physiology 

BROWN, T. GRAHAM, M.D., B.SC. 

edin. Lectr. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY, v. 

Econ. 

POLITICS, v. Philos. 

PUBLIC HEALTH and Bacterio- 
logy 

DELEPINE, A. S., M.B., CM. EDIN., 
B.SC LAUS., M.SC. Prof. 

Practical Bad. and Microscopy 

SIDEBOTHAM, E. J., M.A., M.B. 

camb. Lectr. 

Pract. Comp. Pathology [Lectr. 

SELLERS, A., M.D. EDIN., D.P.H. 

Pract. Chem. applied to P.H. 
heap, h., m.sc. Lectr. 

P. H. Administration [Lectr. 

TATTERSALL, C. H., M.R.C.S., D.P.H. 
BRINDLEY, A. E., M.D. LOND., B.SC, 
D.P.H. 

v. also Hyg., Vet. 
Engin.) 



H. 



Lectr. 
■ San. 



RAILWAYS 

Railway Transport 

WATSON, A. 
HARPER, W. H. 

Railway Law 

TURNER, H. P., M.A., 
AT-LAW 



Spl. Lectr. 
Spl. Lectr. 

LL.B., BAR.- 

Spl. Lectr. 



RELIGION (v. also Theol.) 
Comparative Religion 

DAVIDS, T. W. RHYS, LL.D. EDIN., 
D.SC. SHEFF., PH.D. BRES., 

f.b.a. Prof, 

t Lectr. in School of Tech. 



Philosophy of Religion 

MACKINTOSH, R., B.D. EDIN 
D.D. GLAS. 



, M.A., 

Lectr. 



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THEOLOGY (v. also Langs.— 
Semitic, Religion) 
Biblical Crit. and Ex eg. 

PEAKE, A. S., M.A. OX., B.D., D.D. 

aberd. Rylands Prof. 

CANNEY, M. A., M.A. Prof. 

moulton, prof. j. h. Lectr. 

WELLDON, BISHOP, M.A., D.D. CAMB. 

Lectr. 

ALLEN, ARCHDEACON, M.A. OX. „ 

Ecclesiastical History [Lectr. 
prof, tout (v. Hist.) Bp. Fraser 
History of Doctrine 

MUMFORD, A. H., B.A. LOND., B.D. 

edin. Lectr. 

MARSHALL, J. T., M.A. LOND., D.D. 

tor. Lectr. 

ALLEN, ARCHDEACON, M.A. OX. „ 
MELLONE, S. H., M.A. LOND., D.SC. 

edin. Lectr. 



SANITARY ENGINEERING 

RADCLIFFE, J., M.SC.TECH., F.R.S.I., 

r.p.c, f.r.m.s. *Lectr. 

HERRING-SHAW, A., M.SC.TECH., 
A.R.S.I., R.P.C. 

fAsst. Lectr. and Demr. 

NEWSOME, H. V. F., A.M.S.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 



SOCIAL WORK 

GRIERSON, G. K., M.A. OX. 



Lectr. 



TECHNOLOGY (v. also Archit., 
Chem., Engin., Langs. — Ger- 
man, Maths., Metall., Phys.) 

Building Construction 

LEICESTER, W., M.S.A. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

Bleaching, Dyeing & Printing &> 

Paper Manufacture [tLectr. 

HUBNER, J., M.SC.TECH., F.I.C. 

Fermentation Industries [|Lectr. 

GRANT, J., F.I.C, M.SC.TECH., F.C.S. 

Photography 

GAMBLE, C. W., M.SC.TECH. jLectr. 
FISHENDEN, R. B. 

fAsst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Textile Manufacture 

FOX, T. W., M.SC.TECH. *LeCtT. 

MYERS, W. 

fAsst. Lectr. and Demr. 

WINTERBOTTOM, J. „ „ 



VETERINARY HYGIENE 
woods, w., f.r.c.v.s. eng. Lectr, 

ZOOLOGY (v. zlsoAgric, Geol.). 

HICKSON, S. J., M.A. CAMB., D.SC. 

lond., f.r.s. Beyer Prof, and 
Dir. of Zool. Lab. 

LAPAGE, G., B.SC. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 
Economic Zool. 

WARDLE, R. A., B.SC. Lectr. 

Entomology 

LEIGH, H. S., M.SC Spl. Lectr. 

Vertebrate Zoology 

THOMSON, J. S., PH.D. BERNE 

(Demr. in Z.) Lectr. 






CHANGES IN STAFF 

Adeney, W. F., M.A., D.D., Lectr. in Hist, of Doctrine, resigned. 
Anderson, W. B., apptd. Prof, of Imp. Latin. 
Barratt, W. S., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in Maths. 
Bennett, W. H., apptd. Lectr. in the Faculty of Theology. 
Berry, R. G., vacated apptmt. of Spl. Lectr. on Railway Econ. 
Boycott, A. E., of Guy's Hospl., apptd. vice Smith. 
Brockbank, E. M., Lectr. in Pharmacol., &c, apptd, Lectr. in 
Clin. Med. 

Prof, in School of Tech. f Lectr. in School of Tech. 

% Dir. of Dcpt. in School of Tech. 

Y 



338 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

Brooke, H. A. G., M.B., B.A., B.Sc, Lectr. in Dermatology, 

vacated apptmt. 
Burrows, R. M., Prof, of Greek, apptd. Principal of King's Coll., 

Lond. 
Burt, F. P., Junr. Demr., apptd. Senr. Lectr. in Chem. 
Bury, J., M.D., B.Sc, F.R.C.P., Prof, of Clin. Med., apptmt, 

terminated. 
Codd, A. E., Asst. Lectr. in Classics, apptd. Prof, of Latin in 

Qu. (Ont., Canada). 
Cotton, R., M.Sc, Junr. Instr. in Drawing and Demr. in Engin.; 

deceased. 
Cunliffe, E. N., apptd. Lectr. in Clin. Med. 
Delepine, H. G. S., apptd. vice Cotton. 
Donald, A., Lectr. in Clin. Obst., apptd. vice Sinclair. 
Doran, S. S., apptd. vice Norman. 
Douglas, J. S. C, apptd. vice Mair. 

Duxbury, J., Adviser in Reading, &c (Educn.), vacated apptmt. 
Dyson, W., apptd. Hon. Spl. Lectr. in Path, of the Skin. 
Edgar, E. C, Senr. Demr., apptd. Senr. Lectr. in Chem. 
Eggar, Miss M. E., apptd. Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Educn. 
Florance, D. C. H., apptd. vice Stansfield. 
Forrester, R. B., Asst. Lectr. in Econ., apptd. Lectr. in Aberd. 
Fothergill, W. E., Lectr. in Clin. Obst., apptd. Lectr. in Obst. and 

Gynaec. 
Frith, J., apptd. vice Robertson. 
Grant, J., Asst. Lectr. in Chem., apptd. Lectr. in Ferm. Ind. 

(Tech.). 
Grierson, G. K., apptd. Lectr. in Social Work. 
Harper, W. H., apptd. vice Lomas. 
Higham, C. S. S., apptd. vice Waugh. 
Holt, A., Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Chem., apptd. Reader in Phys. 

Chem. in Liv. 
Hughes, E. E., apptd. Lectr. in Clin. Anat. 
Hutton, H. R., M.A., M.B., Lectr. in Dis. of Children, vacated 

apptmt. 
Imms, A. D., apptd. Reader in Agric. Entomology. 
Johnstone, Miss H., Senr. Asst. Lectr. in Hist., apptd. Reader at 

King's Coll. for Women, Lond. 
Lailavoix, L., Asst. Lectr. in French, apptd. Lectr. 
Lancashire, G. H., apptd. vice Brooke. 
Lapage, C. P., Lectr. in Observation and School Hygiene, apptd. 

vice Hutton. 
Lapage, G., apptd. vice Shann. 

Lapworth, A., Senr. Lectr. in Chem., apptd. vice Perkin. 
Leach, E. B., apptd. vice Brockbank. 

Lomas, A. D., vacated apptmt. of Spl. Lectr. on Railway Econ. 
Mair, W., M.A., B.Sc, M.D., Lectr. in Math., apptd. Research 

Pathologist to the Metrop. Asylums Bd. 
Makower, W., Lectr. in Phys., made Asst. Dir. of Phys. Labs, in 

addition. 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 339 

Mangan, J., Lectr. in Econ. Zool., made Asst. in Cairo Govt. School 

of Med. 
Marshall, C. B., apptd. Demr. in Anat. 
Melland, C. H., apptd. vice Lapage. 
Morley, J., apptd. vice Todd. 

Muir, R., Prof, of Mod. Hist., Liv., apptd. Prof, of Mod. Hist. 
Mumford, A. H., apptd. vice Adeney. 
Newsome, H. V. F., apptd. Asst. Lectr. in San. Engin. 
Nicolson, J. T., Prof, of Mech. Engin., deceased. 
Norman, H. W., apptd. Lectr. in Op. Dentistry. 
Perkin, W. H., Prof, of Org. Chem., apptd. Waynflete Prof, of 

Chem. at Ox. 
Powell, C, apptd. vice Duxbury. 
Ramsbottom, A., apptd. Lectr. in Clin. Med. 
Reynolds, E. S., Physician at Mane. Roy. Infirmary, apptd. Prof. 

of Clin. Med. 
Robinson, R., Asst. Lectr. and Demr. in Chem., apptd. Prof, of 

Pure and Applied Chem. in Syd. 
Robertson, A., apptd. Vulcan Fellow. 
Sandeman, E., Chief Engr. of Derwent Valley Water Bd., apptd. 

Assoc. Prof, of Engin. 
Sandiford, P., Lectr. and Demr. in Educn., apptd. Assoc. Prof, in 

Tor. 
Searle, J. H. C, Junr. Asst. Lectr., apptd. Senr. ditto in Maths. 
Sedgeneld, W. J., Lectr., apptd. Prof, of Engi. Lang. 
Shann, E. W., Asst. Lectr. in Zool., apptd. Asst. Prof, in St. And. 
Shaw, W. F., apptd. Lectr. in Obst. and Gynaec. 
Shimmin, A. N., apptd. vice Forrester. 
Sinclair, Sir W. J., Prof, of Obst. and Gynaec, deceased. 
Smith, J. L., Prof, of Path., apptd. Prof, at Edin. 
Stansfield, H., Lectr. in Phys., apptd. Prof, in Hartley Coll., 

Southampton. 
Stone, C. G., B.A., Junr. Asst. Lectr. in Hist., vacated the apptmt. 
Stopford, J. B. S., Demr. in Anat., apptd. Senr. Demr. 
Todd, T. W., Lectr. in Clin. Anat., apptd. Prof, of Anat. in West. 

Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Walls, W. K., apptd. vice Fothergill. 
Watson, A., apptd. vice Berry. 

Watson, D. M. S., apptd. Hon. Lectr. in Vertebrate Palaeont. 
Waugh, W. T., Junr. Asst. Lectr., promoted vice Johnstone. 
Weizmann, C, Lectr. in Bio-Chem., apptd. Reader. 
Williams, Miss M., Asst. Lectr. in French, apptd. Lectr. at King's 

Coll., Lond. 
Williamson, R. T., apptd. Lectr. in Clin. Med. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Owens Coll. was opened in 1851. The Charter of 1880 by which 
the Univ. was founded established a federal constitution and made 
Owens Coll. a constituent Coll. of the Univ. Subsequently Univ, 



340 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

Coll., Liverpool, and Yorkshire Coll., Leeds, were admitted as con- 
stituent Colls. A new Charter was issued on July 15, 1903, recon- 
stituting the Univ. under the name of the Vict. Univ. of Manchester 
and freeing it from liability to admit or remain in association with 
any Coll. other than Owens, and on June 24, 1904, the Act for the 
Incorporation of Owens Coll. with the Univ. was passed. 

Faculties. Arts ; Science ; Theology ; Law ; Medicine ; Music ; 
Technology (provided by the Municipal School of Technology) ; Com- 
merce. Departments. Educn., Dent., Pharm., Pub. Health, and seven 
depts. of Technology {see below). There are Advisory Committees for 
Agric, Archit., Mining, Tech., Commerce, Theol., Pub. Health, Leg. 
Educn. 

Admission. The minimum age for admission to the Univ. of men 
students is 16, of women 17. For all degree courses the Matricn. 
examn. must be passed or some examn. accepted as an equivalent. 
The Univs. of Mane, Liv., Leeds, and Sheff. co-operate by means 
of a Joint Board (v. Appendix III) in conducting and controlling the 
Matricn. examn. Candidates are required to satisfy the examrs. in 
Engl. Lang, and Lit., Engl. Hist., Maths., and three of the following, 
one of which must be a language : Greek, Latin, French, German, some 
other approved language, Mech. or Phys., Chem., Geog., Nat. 
Hist, or Bot. An arrangement for mutual recognition has been made 
between the Northern Univs. and the Univs. of Lond., Ox., and Camb. 
For the certificate courses an entrance examn. is required. 

Degrees, &c. Arts— B.A., M.A., Litt.D. ; Science — B.Sc, M.Sc, 
D.Sc. ; Divinity — B.D., D.D. ; Law— LL.B., LL.D. ; Medicine— 
M.B. and Ch.B., M.D., Ch.M. ; Dentistry— B.D.S., M.D.S. ; Music— 
Mus.B., Mus.D. ; Technology — B.Sc.Tech., M.Sc.Tech. ; Commerce — 
B.Com., M.Com. Diplomas. Educn. ; Psych. Med. ; Pub. Health ; 
Vet. State Med. ; Dentistry. Certificates. Social Work ; Biblical 
Knowledge ; Theol. ; Engin. ; Elec. Engin. ; Applied Chem. ; Tech- 
nology ; Factory Hygiene ; School Hygiene ; Sanitary Inspn. ; 
Mining ; Higher Comml. Educn. 

The minimum period of attendance at Univ. courses, after Matricn.; 
required for the first degree is three years, except in Med. and Dentistry, 
in which it is five, and except in the case of grads. of approved Univs., 
who may be excused one year of attendance for the B.A., LL.B., 
B.Sc, and candidates for the B.Com. who present evidence of Univ. 
study satisfactory to the Faculty, who may also graduate after two 
years of study in the subjects for the degree. 

Courses of instruction at the Harris Institute, Preston, are recognized 
by the Univ. as exempting under certain conditions from part of the 
attendance for the B.Sc. or B.Sc.Tech. Courses of instruction at the 
Camborne School of Metalliferous Mining are also recognized as con- 
stituting the third year's course for candidates for the B.Sc.Tech. in 
Mining under certain conditions. 

There has been a great increase in recent years in the number of 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 341 

Honours students, many of whom return to the Univ. for a fourth and 
fifth year. 

Arts. The compulsory subjects for the ordinary B.A. degree 
include Maths, or Logic or Pol. Econ. ; Ancient or Mod. Hist. ; Greek 
or Latin ; English ; one other language. Honours Schools — Class. ; 
Hist. ; Engl. ; French ; Ger. ; Philos. ; Archit. ; Econ. and Pol. Sc. ; 
Oriental Studies ; Celtic Studies. 

Science. Honours Schools — Maths., Engin.; Phys., Chem., Zool.; 
Physiol., Geol., Bot., Anat., Psych., Metall. 

The courses for Engineering Certifs. extend over three years and 
are substantially those for the Honours degree. They may be in either 
Civ. and Mech. or in Elec. Engin. Candidates have to pass an examn. 
at the end of the third year. The courses are not intended to super- 
sede practical training. Some of the principal engineers in Manchester 
and the neighbourhood have signified willingness to receive certificated 
Engin. students into their works as apprentices. Certifs. of Distinction 
can be earned by a fourth year in the Labs, and an approved thesis. 

The course for the Certif. in Applied Chemistry lasts three years. 
Exemption from attendance during the first year may be given by 
the Senate in exceptional circumstances. Successful completion of an 
investigation under direction of the teaching staff entitles to a certif. 
with distinction. 

Theology. Candidates for the Bachelorship must be grads. of a 
Univ. of the U.K. or have completed the Interm. courses prescribed 
for the ordinary B.A., including Greek. The course for grads. is two 
years after graduation, and for others three years after completion of 
the Interm. courses in Arts. A certif. for Biblical Knowledge is 
granted to candidates passing an examn. instituted for the purpose. 
Min. age 18, The course for the certif. in Theol. extends over three 
years. 

Medicine. For the M.B. and Ch.B. the regns. prescribe five years' 
medical study, of which at least two must be in the Univ. The other 
three may be at a Coll. or Med. School recognized for the purpose. 
One year after graduating as M.B. and Ch.B. a student may be examined 
for the Ch.M. if he has since graduation attended approved courses in 
Operative Surg., Bact. and Ophth. A candidate for the M.D. may 
present a dissertation or undergo a prescribed examn. if he has been 
engaged for at least one year after graduation in Med. Hospl. practice 
or for two years in practice not restricted to Surgery. 

Hospitals for Clinical Instruction. The Royal Infirmary has 592 
beds. St. Mary's Hospls. include depts. for women's and children's 
diseases (1 1 1 beds) and Maternity Dept. (50). The Royal Eye Hospl. 
has 130 beds, the Children's 168 ; Dis. of the Ear, 24 ; Christie Cancer 
Pavilion, 30 ; Consumption and Dis. of Throat and Chest, 150 ; Northern 
Women's and Children's, 70; Ancoats, 114; Salford Royal, 209. 
There is also a Dental Hospl, 



342 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

Dental Dept. For the L.D.S. (Mane.) four years' and for the 
B.D.S. five years' professional study is required. A candidate for the 
M.D.S. must hive had subsequently to obtaining the B.D.S. of the 
Univ. two years' practice as a Dental Surgeon or one year of scientific 
or hospital work and present a dissertation or pass an examn. 

Pharmaceutical Dept. A student must have passed an examn. 
recognized by the Pharm. Soc. for registration as Apprentice or Student 
before entering on the Univ. courses. Post-grad, courses are arranged 
to meet the requirements of the Inst, of Chem. Final Examn., Branch E : 
Chem. of Food and Drugs, Fertilizers and Feeding Stuffs, Soils and 
Water. Pharmaceutics may be taken as one subject for the ordinary 
degree of B.Sc, or as part of the Honours School of Chem. 

Pub. Health and Vet. State Med. Post-grad, courses are given 
adapted to the requirements of candidates for diplomas and of others 
wishing to undertake special studies or research. For the diploma in 
P.H. at least nine months' attendance is required. This diploma is a 
pre-requisite for the Special Certif . in Factory or School Hygiene. For 
the diploma in Vet. State Med. six months' attendance is necessary. 

Technology. Degrees and Certif s. are awarded after a course 
extending over 3 years. The course is in one of the following divisions 
— Mech. Engin., Elec. Engin., San. Engin., Applied Chem., Mining, 
Archit., Textile Manufacture. 

Mining. The certif. in Mining and B.Sc.Tech. in Mining are 
accepted by the Home and Indian Govts, in lieu of two of the five 
years' practical experience otherwise required of candidates for the 
Mine Managers' Certif. of Competency. 

Commerce. A candidate for the B.Com. must have attended an 
approved course during three years, reducible to two on proof of 
previous Univ. study satisfactory to the Board of the Faculty. A 
B.Com. of one year's standing may offer a dissertation for the M.Com. 
degree. 

A Higher Commercial Certif. is granted to candidates passing an 
examn. of the B.Com. standard whose attendance falls short of that 
required for the B.Com. by not more than one year. Evening courses 
in Pol. Econ. and Econ. Theory are arranged in connexion with the 
Mane, and Dist. Bankers' Assoc, with a view to preparing students 
for the examn. of the Inst, of Bankers, London. 

Training of Teachers. The Diploma is awarded for post-grad, 
study extending over at least one year. Fielden School, Victoria Park, 
has been established for demonstration and practice in connexion with 
the Univ. courses. Facilities are provided for practice in numerous Pub. 
Schools in the neighbourhood. Experiments are being conducted in 
some of them in problems of school management. There are special 
schools for Deaf and Dumb, for Blind, and for Defectives, Country 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 343 

School for Town Children, and Industrial Schools, in and near Man- 
chester. About 50 men and 50 women are admitted each year to the 
Elem. Training Dept. The total number of students in the Educn. 
Dept. is about 300. At Easter a list of students about to complete 
their training and desiring apptmts. is circulated to schools and Educn. 
Authorities. Univ. Apptmts. registers are maintained. 

Higher Degrees. The M.A. is open to a Bachelor of the Univ. of 
one year's standing who (1) presents a satisfactory thesis, or (2) has 
graduated with Honours in Arts or passes a prescribed examn. 

The Master's degree in Science and Technical Science is open to a 
Bachelor of the Univ. of one year's standing who presents a satisfactory 
thesis. 

The Litt.D., LL.D., and D.Sc. are conferred on grads. of the 
Univ. of at least four years' standing who give sufficient evidence of 
conducting original research. 

Research Degrees have been instituted by the Univ. as follows : 
(1) Persons who have passed Degree exarans. of approved Univs. may 
be allowed to offer themselves for the M.A., M.Sc., or M.Sc.Tech. in 
consideration of research, provided that they have conducted research 
in the Univ. for at least two years. (2) The Senate may admit as 
candidates for the M.A., M.Sc, or M.Sc.Tech. persons who have not 
passed Degree examns. of approved Univs. if they have attained an 
adequate standard of knowledge and provided they carry on research 
work in this Univ. for three years. 

Masters are allowed to become candidates for the Litt.D. or D.Sc, 
after a course of study or research. The degree is conferred only on 
candidates distinguished by special research or learning. 

Ample accommodation and equipment for Research work are pro- 
vided (see below under Laboratories). Research students, on election 
by the Senate, are allowed the use of the Laboratories at a reduced fee. 

Scholarships, &c, for Advanced Study. About 37 research 
fellowships, studentships, and scholarships of the aggregate value of 
over ^2000 p. a. are offered every year, a considerable proportion of 
them being open to persons unconnected with the Univ. They cover 
a wide range of subjects — Classics, Engl., Hist., Econ., Russ., Science, 
Law, Med., Tech., &c. There are several Hon. Fellowships carrying the 
right to the use of Univ. Labs, and apparatus. 

Position of Women. Women are now admitted on equal terms 
to all courses and are eligible for all degrees and appointments. The 
women students regularly attend the same classes as men. A special 
portion of the building is, however, assigned for their use, including 
Common Room, &c, and there is a special Tutor for women students, 
who undertakes the supervision of matters of conduct and discipline, 
and gives advice to students. A special dissecting-room is provided for 
women in the Faculty of Med. 

Residential Facilities. There is no accommodation for the 
residence of students within the Univ. precincts. Students not living 



344 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

at home or with some responsible relative or friend are recommended 
to reside at one of the licensed Halls, of which there are three (Dalton, 
Hulme, and Lister) for men, and two (Ashburne Hall and Victoria 
Church Hostel) for women. They provide accommodation for about 
104 men and 80 women students. They ate all situated within about 
a mile of the Univ. A list of registered lodgings is kept by the Bursar 
and the Tutor for Women Students. 

Advisers of Indian Students (in the Univ. — Gilbert Cook ; in 
the Municipal School of Technology — Prof. J. P. Wrapson) have been 
appointed by the Secy, of State in communication with the Univ. 
authorities. 

Appointments. There is an Apptmts. Board with a paid Secy.; 
and a separate Secy, for women students. The Apptmts. Registers are 
available for students desiring to teach, to enter business houses or 
works, or to obtain secretarial posts or other employment. 

Libraries. The Christie Library contains upwards of 128,000 vols. 
A Medical Library shared with the Mane. Med. Soc. has 41,200 vols. 
and over 200 journals. There are other important libraries not 
belonging to the Univ. to which students may obtain access, e.g. the 
Free Library (174,000 vols.) and the John Rylands (170,000 vols.), 
including many unique and rare works. 

Museums. The Manchester Museum (open to the public) was 
established for the promotion of Nat. Sc. with special reference to Zool., 
Bot., Geol., and Mineral., and so far as practicable Ethnol. and Anthrop. 
and connected subjects. It has been recently extended to accommo- 
date new Egyptol. and Geol. acquisitions. 

The Laboratories are very extensive. (1) Special Labs., known as 
the " Frankland," " Schunk," " Thorpe," " JohnMorley " (presented by 
Mr. Andrew Carnegie), " Behrens," and " Cort," and the two Professors' 
private Labs, have been equipped for research work in Phys., Org., 
Applied Org., Inorg., Metall., and Electro-Chemistry. Several are 
specially adapted for the study of conditions for the manufacture of 
dyes, perfumes, &c, on a large scale, and manufacturers send their 
research chemists to carry out investigations in them. Provision has 
been made for research of a phys. or chem. nature at high temperatures. 
(2) The Physical Labs, erected in 1900 cost £36,000. The Electro- 
Technical Labs, enable effective instruction to be given in the testing 
and working of all the more important types of electrical plant. Special 
facilities for research are offered. (3) The Whitworth Engin. Labs, 
include Thermodynamic, Hydraulic, Elasticity, and Testing sections, 
and the Osborne Reynolds Research Lab. The Municipal and San. 
Engin. Dept. has benches for 132 students, all provided with the most 
modern appliances. (4) The Technological Labs, include also Brewing, 
Bleaching, Printing, Paper-making, and Textile Manufacture Labs. 
(5) The "Beyer" Nat. Hist. Labs., together with the Museum, cost 






VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 345 

^95,000. The Botanical Labs, were extended in 191 1 at a cost of 
£13,500. (6) The Medical School covers 27,000 sq. ft. (7) The Pub. 
Health Labs, cost £13,000. 

Observatories. Whitworth Park Meteorol. Obs. There is also 
a kite station at Glossop. 

Univ. Extension. The work is directed by a Univ. Committee, 
but all local arrangements are made by the local Committees. 

Publications relating to the Univ. (issued from the Univ. Press). 
Periodical — The Calendar, pubd. in Sept., price 2s. 6d. ; Univ. Mag., 
price 3d. ; Med. Students' Gazette, price 3d. Other — " Univ. Educn. for 
Women " (Mane. Univ. Lectures), 6d. ; "Demonstration School Record," 
5s. ; " Catalogue of the Christie Library " (in the press). The Calendar 
contains lists and critiques of books issued from the Univ. Press. 

Affiliated Institutions. The Harris Institute, Preston, and the 
Camborne School of Metalliferous Mining to the extent specified in the 
notes under Degrees. College of Agriculture, Holmes Chapel {see 
below, Changes of Regns.). 



THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions received during the year. £35,000 bequest for 
endowment of Chairs of Chem. and Philos. and for scholarships in 
same subjects in memory of Sir Samuel Hall, late Vice-Chancellor of 
County Palatine of Lancaster ; £1000 legacy for increasing endow- 
ment of Scholarships in Surgery, in memory of late Prof. Thomas 
Jones ; ^250 to complete purchase of Dresser Collection of Eggs ; 
/50 towards cost of codifying records of Howard Estate Observatory ; 
a tablet in memory of late Francis Thompson, poet, who was student 
of Owens Coll. 

Special Events. The King and Queen visited Manchester on 
July 14, 1913, and received an address from the Univ. 

Sir Alfred Hopkinson resigned the Vice-Chancellorship, retaining 
the Christie Prof 'ship of Law. 

New Departments, &c. A Chair of " Imperial Latin." Its scope 
will be the Latin Lang., Lit., and Inscriptions of the Roman Empire. 

A special Prof 'ship of Modern History, to come into force in 191 4. 

The Chair of Engl. Lang, has been reinstituted. 

Practical instruction by an expert engineer in special branches of 
Engin. has been provided for by the apptmt. as Assoc. Prof, of Ergin. 
of a former Chief Engineer of the Derwent Valley Water Board. 

Arrangements have been made with the Board of Agric. for the 
development of research in Agric. Zool., especially with respect to Econ. 
ntom. Rooms in the Beyer Building have been adapted for the purpose 



346 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

at a cost of /400, which has been provided by the Board of Agric. The 
Board has also made a grant of ^600 for the year towards the mainten- 
ance of the Dept. of Econ. Entom. Mr. A. D. Imms, Chief Entomo- 
logist to the Dept. of Forestry of India, has been appointed to conduct 
researches in connexion with this scheme. 

Arrangements have been made with the India Office under which 
Mr. G. Cook and Prof. J. P. Wrapson will act as Advisers of Indian 
students in the Univ. and in the School of Tech. respectively. 

A paid Secy, to the Apptmts. Board and a special paid Secy, for 
appointments for women have been sanctioned. 

Univ. Extension. The movement for the establishment of 
Tutorial Classes for Workpeople has developed steadily. Owing to 
the new basis on which Govt, grants are to be made for this work, the 
number of classes to be established next Session is under careful con- 
sideration. 

Number of Students. Full-time students preparing for the 
Bachelorship or for Diploma examns., 11 77 (including 268 women) ; 
for Certif. examns., 178 (23 women); occasional students, 237 (27 
women) ; evening classes, ordinary, 201 (45 women) ; Railway 
Economics, about 200 ; Law and Econ. (at the Bankers' Inst.), about 
200 ; preparing for the Master's degree, 84 (17 women) ; for the 
Mus.D., 9 ; for other degrees attendance at the Univ. is unnecessary 
and the number of those preparing is unknown. 

Research Fellows and students, Doctors, and Masters (not being 
teachers) engaged in research, 63 (including 12 women). Fifteen 
students in the Honours School of French spent the summer term in 
the Univ. of Caen in accordance with a scheme arranged for students 
n that School. 

Degrees Conferred. Honorary. LL.D. — Jesse Haworth. 
Litt.D. — Thomas Ethelbert Page; Michael Ernest Sadler. M.Sc. — 
Robert Wood Williamson. 

Other Degrees. B.A., 97 ; M.A., 49 ; Litt.D., 1 ; B.Sc, 100 ; 
M.Sc, 32 ; D.Sc, 5 ; B.D., 7 ; LL.B., 11 ; M.B., Ch.B., 19 ; M.D., 7 ; 
Ch.M., 1 ; Mus.B., 1 ; B.Sc.Tech., 19 ; M.Sc.Tech., 5 ; B.Com., 8 ; 
M.Com., 1. 

Changes in Regulations. Science. New Honours Schools in 
Anat., Psych., and Metall. have been established, and a third section — 
Mining Geol. — added to the Honours School of Geol. Holders of the 
Diplomas of the College of Agriculture, Holmes Chapel, may in future 
under certain conditions proceed to the B.Sc. by attending in the 
Univ. for two years and passing prescribed examns. 

Theology. A certif. has been established. The course will cover 
three years. 

New Buildings. A new Museum providing accommodation for 
the Egyptian collections was opened on Oct. 30, 191 2, by Mr. Jesse 






VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 347 

Haworth ; an extension of the Library buildings has been commenced ; 
a site has been purchased for a new building to accommodate most of 
the Arts Depts. 

New Hall of Residence. Lister House for Senr. Med. students 
who require to be close to the Roy. Infirmary has been licensed; 






UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA 
WINNIPEG 



[Established by Act of the Manitoba Legislature in 1877. Powers 
extended 1900.] 



Visitor 



Chancellor 



Vice-Chancellor 

President of the University 

and Chairman of the Board 

of Studies 
Chairman of the University 

Faculty 
Hon. Bursar 
Registrar 
Secretary of the University 

Faculty 



Hon. Sir Douglas Colin 

Cameron, K.C.M.G., Lieut.- 

Govr. 
Most Rev. S. P. Matheson, D.D., 

D.C.L., Archbishop of Rupert's 

Land. 
Sir Joseph Dubuc, B.C.L., LL.D. 
James A. MacLean, Ph.D., LL.D. 



Frank Allen, M.A., Ph.D., 
F.R.S.C., Prof, of Physics. 

J. A. M. Aikins, M.A., K.C., M.P. 

William J. Spence, B.A. 

Neil B. MacLean, M.A., Prof, 
of Mathematics. 



AFFILIATED colleges 

represented on the Council of the Univ., and having power (except 
the two last) to confer degrees in Divinity : 

St. Boniface College, St. Boniface, Man. (Roman Catholic). 
Rector — Edouard Lecompte, S.J. 

St. John's College, Winnipeg (Church of England). 
Warden — J. J. Robinson, M.A. 

Manitoba College, Winnipeg (Presbyterian Church in Canada) . 
Acting Principal— A. B. Baird, M.A., D.D. 

Wesley College, Winnipeg (Methodist Church in Canada). 
Acting Principal — Andrew Stewart, D.D. 

Manitoba Medical College, Winnipeg. 
Dean— H. H. Chown, B.A., M.D., CM. 

Manitoba College of Pharmacy, Winnipeg. 
Principal— H. E. Bletcher, Phm.B. 

(Affiliation of Manitoba Agricultural College was terminated in 191 2.) 

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PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ARCHITECTURE 

STOUGHTON, A. A., PH.B. COL. Prof. 

BACTERIOLOGY 

Pathology and Histology [Prof. 

BELL, GORDON, B.A. TOR., M.D., CM. 

BOTANY 

BULLER, A. H. R., B.SC. LOND., PH.D. 
LEIP., D.SC. BIRM. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY [Prof. 

PARKER, M. A., B.SC. GLAS., F.C.S. 
ARMES, H. P., B.SC. LEEDS, PH.D. 

strass. Asst. Prof. 

arnason, j., b.a. Demr. 

ENGINEERING (v. also Surv.) 

Civil Engineering 

BRYDONE-JACK, E. E., B.A. 

N.BRUNS., C.E. RENSS., 
M.CAN.C.E., M.AM. S. C.E. Prof. 

O'REILLY, A. H., B.C.E. Demr. 

Electrical Engin. 

FETHERSTONHAUGH, E. P., B.SC. 
MCG., M. CAN. S. C.E. Prof. 

Elec. and Mech. Engin. 

DORSEY, J. W., E.E. LEHIGH Lectr. 

Masonry Constr. and Drawing 

MOFFATT, R. W., B.A.SC. TOR. LeCtX. 

Materials and Hydraulics 

BANKSON, E. E., B.S. IN C.E., 



PITTS. 

Mechanical Engin. 

VACANT 

ENGLISH 

CRAWFORD, A. W., M.A. 
PH.D. CORN. 

English Language 

PERRY, A. J., M.A. YALE 



FRENCH 

OSBORNE, W. 



F., M.A. TOR. 



Lectr. 
Prof. 

TOR., 

Prof. 
Lectr. 

Prof. 



GEOLOGY and Mineralogy 

WALLACE, R. C, M.A., D.SC. EDIN., 
PH.D. GOTT. Piof. 

GERMAN [Prof. 

HEINZELMANN, J. H., A.B. ILL., PH.D. 

HISTORY [Prof. 

MARTIN, C. B., M.A. N.B. AND OX. 
FLENLEY, R., M.A. LIV., B.LITT. 

ox. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS 

MACLEAN, N. B., M.A. TOR. Prof. 
WARREN, LLOYD A. H., M.A. QU., 

ph.d. chic. Asst. Prof. 

PHYSICS 

ALLEN, FRANK, M.A. N.BRUNS. AND 
CORN., PH.D. CORN. Prof. 

MC CLUNG, R. K., B.A. CAMB., M.A. 
AND D.SC. MCG., F.R.S.C. 

Asst. Prof. 
Anderson, o. t., b.a. Demr. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

VINCENT, S., M.D. LOND., D.SC. 
EDIN., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 

F.R.SS.E. AND C. Prof. 

CAMERON, A. T., M.A., B.SC. EDIN. 

Asst. Prof. 
POLITICAL ECONOMY 

CLARK, A. B., M.A. EDIN. Prof. 

FRASER, T. H., M.A., LL.B. EDIN. 

Lectr. 
SURVEYING and Geodesy [Prof. 

JOHNSTONE, L. I., B.S. MAINE Asst. 



ZOOLOGY 

TRIGGERSON,C. 
CORN. 



J., M.A. 



MCM., PH.D. 

Asst. Prof. 



350 MANITOBA 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Act establishing the University authorized it to hold examns. 
and grant degrees, and provided for the granting of degrees in Divinity 
to students who should have obtained recognized academic standing 
in Arts subjects. The Act of 1900 authorized the Univ. to give instruc- 
tion. Instruction in subjects in which the Univ. does not at present 
provide courses may be obtained either at one of the affiliated Colls, or, if 
class instruction in the subject in question is not given in an affiliated 
Coll., at some other recognized institn. The only difference in status 
between an affiliated and any other recognized* institn. is that the 
former are represented on the Univ. Council and Board of Studies. 
The general superintendence of all examns. is entrusted to the Board 
of Studies. 

Faculties. There is one Univ. Faculty with departments in Arts 
and Science, Engineering, and Medicine. 

There are Matriculation examns. for Arts and Science, Med., 
Engin., and Law. It is not necessary to pass completely at one time. 
The examn. may be taken in two (in the case of Engin. three) stages, 
or subject by subject, and a candidate may enter on a degree course 
as a conditioned student after partially passing the examn. 

University Terms, 191 3-14. First term, Sept. 24 to Dec. 23; 
second, Jan. 5 to April 9. 

Degrees. Arts — B.A., M.A. ; Science — B.Sc, M.Sc. ; Law — 
LL.B. ; Medicine — M.D., CM. ; Agriculture — B.S.A. (ad eundem 
gradum) ; Pharmacy — Phm.B. ; Engineering — B.C.E., M.C.E., B.E.E., 
M.E.E. ; Honorary — LL.D. ; Diploma in Commercial Education. 

Courses and Examinations. No student may present himself 
for examn. in a subject in which class instruction is given (by the 
Univ. or by an affiliated Coll.) who does not present from the Univ. 
Faculty or from an affiliated Coll. where such work is done in the Coll. 
a certif. of having attended 75 per cent, of the lectures. Non-collegiate 
students have to furnish evidence of good moral character and obtain 
the permission of the Board of Studies to appear at examns. They 
may not take courses in Med. or Engin. Appeals may be lodged 
against the standing assigned to a candidate by the examiners. 

Arts. A 4 years course leads from Matricn. to the B.A. degree, 
there being Interm. examns. at the end of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd years. 
The compulsory subjects of the 1st and 2nd years are Maths., Latin, 
Philos., Hist., and either Engl, or French, whichever is the language 
habitually spoken by the candidate. The optional subjects are Greek, 
French (or Engl.), German, Icelandic, Swedish, Phys., Chem., and 

* The Univ. recognizes British Univs. and the leading foreign institns. 



MANITOBA 351 

Nat. Sc. After the 2nd year a student pursues a general or a group 
course or a course in Philos. or Maths, or Pol. Econ. and Maths., or 
Nat. and Phys. Sc. The group courses are made up on the following 
plan : Any two majors, or a major and two minors from the following 
list — Greek, Latin, Hebrew (major only), Engl., French, German, 
Philos., Hist, (major only), and Pol. Econ. The M.A. degree is open 
to a B.A. who has completed 1 year's study over and above that 
required for the degree of B.A., under the direction of the Univ. or an 
affiliated Coll. A thesis is required in addition to passing an 
examn. 

Science. From Matricn. a 4 years course leads to the B.Sc. degree. 
The compulsory subjects are Engl., Maths., Hist., French, German, 
Phys., and Chem. 

Law. A 3 years course leads from Matricn. to the degree of LL.B. 
No instruction is offered by the Univ. There are annual examns. 
The min. age for the degree is 21. 

Medicine. From Matricn. a 5 years course, including lectures at 
the Univ. or some other recognized Univ., Coll., or School, and hospl. 
attendance, leads through annual examns. to the M.D. degree. A 
graduate in Arts of a recognized Univ. may complete his course in 
4 years. Honours may be obtained by reaching a high standard in 
examns. The CM. degree may be taken simultaneously with or 
after the M.D. A thesis is required. A graduate in Med. in another 
Univ. desiring a licence to practise in Manitoba submits his degree 
to the Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba, and if it is found 
satisfactory is allowed to appear at an examn. held by the Univ. in 
April. A licentiate of Gr. Brit., by examn., may obtain a licence 
without examn. 

Engineering. A 4 years course, including attendance at Univ. 
lectures and laboratory, field, and office work. There are annual 
examns. during the course. Students who intend to take out licences 
as Land Surveyors may select subjects from the Civil Engin. course 
which bear directly upon the examn. for the licence. Summer work 
and theses relating thereto are required after the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 
years, and a special design or thesis is required for graduation. Theses 
for the M.C.E. degree may be presented 2 years later, the interval 
having been spent in the active practice of the profession. The 
requirements for the degrees of B.E.E. and M.E.E. are on similar lines, 
and for the first 2 years the courses for the B.C.E. and B.E.E. are the 
same. 

Pharmacy. Candidates for the Phm.B. degree must, before entering 
on the prescribed course, have passed a Matricn. or equivalent examn. 
The course covers 3 years and may be taken either at the Manitoba 
College of Pharmacy or elsewhere, provided that the practical work is 
one at a Coll. of Pharmacy recognized by the Univ. 






352 MANITOBA 

Commercial Education. A 2 years course leads from Matricu. Lo 
the Diploma examns. — one at the end of each year. There are no 
restrictions as to place of study. 

An Annual Interchange of Teachers for a few days and for a 
few special lectures and conferences takes place between this Univ. 
and that of North Dakota. 

Women are admitted to all courses on equal terms with men. 

Residential Facilities. Halls of Residence are attached to all 
the affiliated Arts Colleges only. 

Scholarships for Graduates. $600 per annum every alternate 
year, tenable for 2 years at some other seat of learning ; open to 
grads. in special courses in Arts, in Med., or in Engin. 

Library. 9000 vols. 164 periodicals are subscribed for. 

Laboratories for Chem., Physiol., Material Testing (200,000 lb. 
capacity) ; cement, and Elec. Engin. (continuous current, standardizing 
and alternating current), Phys., Geol., and Mineral, and Zool. 

University Extension. A pamphlet giving a list of available 
subjects for local free lectures is issued each year. Regular Extension 
classes have been organized in Winnipeg. The only continuous courses 
have been in Engl. Lit. and Pol. Econ. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in July, free. 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Special Event. The appointment of a President. 

New Departments and Posts. Chairs in Mech. Engin., Archit., 
French, and German, and a lectureship in Maths. 

Number of Students. Full-time students preparing for the 
degree of B.A., 417 (including 103 women) ; B.Sc, 1 ; Law, 45 ; 
M.D. and CM. and Licence examns., 168 (4 women) ; B.C.E. and 
B.E.E., 55. Students in Univ. Extension classes — Engl. Lit., 116 
(93 women) ; Pol. Econ., 14 ; Hist., 15 (8 women). The foregoing 
figures represent students attending courses in the Univ or in affiliated 
Colls. They do not include private students. 

Degrees Conferred. Honorary LL.D., 2 ; B.A., 75 (16 women) ; 
LL.B., 16 ; M.D., 28 (1 woman) ; CM., 1 ; B.C.E., 4 ; B.E.E., 2 ; 
M.A., 5 ; ad eundem B.A., 10 ; B.Sc, 1 ; LL.B., 1 ; B.C.E. , 1 ; 
B.S.A., 4. 

Alterations of Regulations for Admission to the Degree of 
M.A. The new requirements are (1) the completion of one year's 



MANITOBA 353 

study over and above that required for the Bachelor's degree, under 
the direction of the Univ. or an affiliated Coll. This course of study 
must embrace one principal subject and one subordinate related 
subject, to be approved by the Board of Studies. At least half the 
student's time must be devoted to his major subject. At least three- 
fourths of his work must be distinctly graduate in character, and any 
classes to which undergrads. are regularly admitted shall not be 
deemed graduate for the purposes of the course for the Master's degree.* 

(2) The student must pass an examn. on the above course of study. 

(3) He must submit an acceptable thesis on a subject connected with 
his major course ; the subject of the same will be approved by the 
Board of Studies on recommendation of two or more instructors in 
the dept. in which the subject falls. The thesis may be submitted 
either at or subsequent to the time of examn. 

New Buildings. A site for the Univ. buildings has been definitely 
selected and erection will shortly be begun. 

Interchange of Teachers. During the year two teachers from 
North Dakota Univ. visited Winnipeg, and two from Winnipeg visited 
North Dakota. 

* Grads. in Arts who are instructors, research fellows, or demonstrators for an 
entire session in the Univ. or in an affiliated Coll. may be allowed by the Board 
of Studies to substitute such instructional work for an amount of study not 
exceeding a minor. 



UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 



[Incorporated by Act of the Victorian Legislature in 1853. Con- 
stitution denned by the Univ. Act, 1890, which was modified in 1903, 
1904, 1909, and 1910.] 



Visitor 
Chancellor 

Vice-Chancellor 
Registrar 

Librarian 



H.E. the Governor of Victoria. 
Sir John Madden, G.C.M.G. 

B.A., LL.D., D.C.L. 
J. H. MacFarland, M.A., LL.D. 

J. P. Bainbridge, F.I.A.V. 
F.C.I.S. 

E. H. Bromby, M.A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



AGRICULTURE 

CHERRY. T.. M.D., M.S. 



ANATOMY 

BERRY, R. J. A., M.D., CH.M., 
F.R.C.S. EDIN., F.R.S.E. Prof. 
UPJOHN, W. G. D., M.D., M.S. 

Stewart Lectr. 

STEPHENS, H. D., M.D., M.S. Demr. 

downes, r. m., m.d., m.s. Demr. 

MARTIN, F. B., M.B., B.S. 

Stewart Scholar. 

TYMMS, A. S. M., M.B., B.S. 

Applied and Surface Anat. 

MACKENZIE, W. C, M.D., B.S., 

f.r.c.s. Lectr. 

ARCHITECTURE 

HENDERSON, A. M., M.C.E. Lectr. 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

ROTHERA, A. C. H., M.A., M.R.C.S., 

l.r.c.p. Lectr. and Demr. 
BIOLOGY [Prof. 

SPENCER, W. B., C.M.G., M.A., F.R.S. 
HALL, T. S., M.A., D.SC. 

Lectr. and Demr. 

SWEET, GEORGINA, D.SC. 

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bage, miss, m.sc. Addl. Demr. 

Prof. DAVIES, MISS O. B., M.SC. 

Junr. Demr. 
BOTANY and Plant Physiology 

EWART, A. J., D.SC, PH.D., F.L.S. 

Prof. 
rees, bertha Lectr. and Demr. 

CHEMISTRY (v. also Biochem.) 

MASSON, D. O., M.A., D.SC, F.R.S.E., 

f.r.s. Prof. 

green, w. h., D.sc. Lectr. & Demr. 

RIVETT, A. C D., B.A., D.SC. 
GREEN, LEILA A., M.SC. Demr. 

collie, g. Junr. Demr. 

hartung, e. i. Junr. Demr. 

shiels, d. 0. Junr. Demr. 

craig, r. j. Junr. Demr. 

bennett, f. n. Junr. Demr. 

scott, miss m. Junr. Demr. 



CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 

TUCKER, T. G., M.A., LITT.D. CAMB., 
HON. LITT.D. DUB. Prof. 



CLASSICS 

KERRY, W., M.A. 
CORNWALL, E. W., B.A. 



Lectr. 



Evening Lectr. 



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355 



EDUCATION 

SMYTH, J., M.A., D.PHIL. 
MCRAE, J., M.A. 

General Method 

WRIGLEY, L. J., M.A., 
LOND. 

Teaching Engl., Hist. 



[Lectr. 

EDIN. 

Lectr. 

DIP.PED. 

Lectr. 
and Geog. 
\., DIP. ED. 

Lectr. 



German 

VON DECHEND, W. 



Lectr. 



MITCHELL, SUSAN E., E 
CAMB. 

Teaching Maths, and Science 

SHARMAN, M. S., M.A., M.SC. Lectr 



ENGINEERING (v. also Archit 
Mining) 

PAYNE, H., M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E. 

Civil Engineering 

HIGGINS, G., M.C.E., M.I.C.E. 

Design and Drawing 

KERNOT, W. N., B.C.E. 

Electrical Engineering 

BROWN, E. B., M.SC, A. C.G.I. 

Road Construction 

MAC CORMACK, W. B. Hon. 

Surveying and Drawing 
lupson, j. t., l.s. Lectr 



Prof. 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 

Lectr. 

[Instr- 

and 



GEOLOGY and Mineralogy 

SKEATS, E. W., D.SC, F.G.S. Prof. 
SUMMERS, H. ST. J., D.SC. 

Lectr. and Demr. in G. 
grayson, h. j. Petrology Demr. 

HISTOLOGY 

fielder,w.,f.r.m.s. Lectr.&Demr. 






HISTORY 

VACANT 




Prof. 


WEBB, JESSIE, S.W., M.A. 

Even. 


Lectr. 


HYGIENE, v. Med, 


. — Therap. 


LANGUAGES and Lit. f 
Classics) 
English Lang, and Lit. 

WALLACE, R. S., M.A. 

strong, A. t., m.a. Even. 


v. also 

Prof. 
Lectr. 


French 






MAURICE-CARTON, 
B.-ES-L. O.A. 


F. I., 


M.A., 

Lectr. 



LAW 

MOORE, W. H., B.A., LL.D. Prof. 

Contracts and Personal Property 

LATHAM, J. G., M.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Equity 

MACKEY, J. E., M.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Land and Conveyancing 

GREGORY, R. H., LL.B. Lectr. 

Wrongs and Procedure 

MAGUIRE, J. R., B.A., LL.B. Lectr. 



LOGIC 

SMITH, T. 



M.A. 



Evening Lectr. 

Pure and 



MATHEMATICS, 

Mixed 

MANSON, E. J., M.A. Prof. 

HOLMES, W. M., M.A., B.SC. 

Evening Lectr. in Maths. 

MICHELL, J. H./M.A., F.R.S. 

Lectr. in Mixed M 

MEDICINE and Surgery 

Bacteriology 
bull, r. j., m.d., b.s. Lectr. 

THOMAS, ELSIE L., M.B., B.S. Demr. 
GROSS, RACHEL H., M.B., B.S. ,, 

Clinical Medicine and Clin. Surg. 

STAFFS OF THE MELBOURNE, 
ALFRED, AND ST. VINCENT'S 
HOSPITALS 

Forensic Medicine [Lectr. 

MOLLISON, C. H., M.B., B.S., M.R.C.S. 

Materia Med. and Pharmacy 
cole, f. h., m.d., b.s. Lectr. 

plowman, s., f.r.c.s. Lectr. 

Medicine, Theory and Practice of 

MAUDSLEY, H., M.D., F.R.C.P. LOND., 

m.r.c.s. eng. Stewart Lectr. 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

ADAM, G. R. W., M.D., M.S. Lectr. 

spowers, e. a., m.d., b.s. Demr. 
Pathology [Prof. 

ALLEN, H. B., M.D., B.S., LL.D. 
CAMPBELL, S. J., M.B., B.S. 

Stewart Lectr. 



356 



MELBOURNE 

m.b. Hon. Demr. 
[Stewart Lectr. 



GARNETT, W. S 

Surgery 

BIRD, F. D., M.B., M.S., M.R.C.S. ENG. 

Therap., Diet, and Hygiene 

SPRINGTHORPE, J. W., M.A., M.D., 



M.R.C.P. 

METALLURGY 



Lectr. 



HIGGIN, A. J. 

MINING 



F.T.C. 



MERRIN, A. 

MUSIC 
PETERSON, 



H., M.C.E. 



Lectr. 



F. S. 



[Prof. 
mus.bac. Ormond 



PHILOLOGY, v. Class. Philol. 



PHILOSOPHY, 

GIBSON, W. R. B., 
STEWART, J. MCK. 



Menial &> Moral 
m.a., d.sc. Prof. 
, b. a., ph.d. Lectr. 



PHILOSOPHY, Natural 

LYLE, T. R., M.A., D.SC, F.R.S. Prof. 
LOVE, E. F. J., M.A., D.SC, F.R.A.S. 

Lectr. and Demr. 
holmes, w. m. (v. Maths). 
rossiter, a. l., m.sc. Demr. 

wood, miss b., b.sc Junr. Demr. 

PHYSIOLOGY [Prof. 

OSBORNE, W. A., M.B., B.CH., D.SC. 
THWAITES, A. H., B.V.SC, M.SC 

Lectr. and Demr. 



KINCAID, MISS H., D.SC 

Univ. Scholar. 
Clinical Physiol. [Lectr. 

WILKINSON, J. F., M.D., B.S. Hon. 

Physiol, of Special Senses 

BARRETT, J. W., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

eng. Hon. Lectr. 



Lectr. POLITICAL ECONOMY 



KELLY, E. C W., LL.M. 



Lectr. 



VETERINARY PATHOLOGY 

WOODRUFF, H. A., M.R.C.V.S., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Prof. 

Canine Diseases 

BORDEAUX, E. F. J., B.-ES-L.. 

g.m.v.c Hon. Lectr. 

Vet. Anat. and Surg. 

lewis, j. c, B.v.sc Lectr. 

mclennan, g. c Caroline Kay 

Scholar in Vet. Anat. 

Vet. Hygiene and Diet. [Lectr. 

CAMERON, S. S., D.V.SC, M.R.CV.S. 

Vet. Materia Med. 6- Pharmacy 

ROBERTSON, A. W. D., M.D., B.S. 

Lectr. 
Vet. Med. and Obstetrics [Lectr. 

KENDALL, W. T., D.V.SC, M.R.CV.S. 

Vet. Parasitology 

SWEET, GEORGINA, D.SC. Lectr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Allen, H. B., Prof, of Pathol., was granted leave for 1912 to 
visit Europe. 

Cherry, T., formerly Dir. of Agric. for Vict., Prof, of Agric* 

Dunhill, T. P., formerly Surgical Clin. Tutor at St. Vincent's Hospl., 
apptd. vice Shields. 

Elkington, J. S., Prof, of Hist, and Pol. Econ., resigned. 

Garnett, W. S., apptd. Hon. Demr. in Pathol. 

Gibson, W. R. B., apptd. vice Laurie. 

Gilruth, J. A., Prof, of Vet. Pathol, and Dir. of Vet. Institute, 
resigned on apptmt. as Administrator of the Northern Terri- 
tory. 

Green, Miss L., apptd. Demr. in Chem. 

Kernot, W. N., Lectr. on Engin. Design and Drawing. 

Laurie, H., Prof, of Mental and Moral Philos., resigned. 

MacCormack, W. B., apptd. Hon. Lectr. in Road Construction. 
* New appointment. 



MELBOURNE 357 

Page, Miss, apptd. Additional Demr. in Biol.* 

Rees, Miss B., apptd. Lectr. and Demr. in Botany. 

Rossiter, A. L., apptd. Demr. in Nat. Philos. 

Shields, D., Clin. Lectr. in Surgery, resigned. 

Smith, J. A. R., apptd. vice Dunhill. 

Spencer, W. B., Prof, of Biol., was granted leave of absence for 

191 2 to act as Special Commissioner of Aborigines in the 

Northern Territory and to inaugurate a Commonwealth 

Aboriginal Dept. 
Spowers, E. A., apptd. Demr. in Obstetrics. 
Strong, A. T., apptd. Evening Lectr. in English. 
Thwaites, A. H., apptd. Lectr. and Demr. in Physiol. 
Upjohn, W. G. D., apptd. Stewart Lectr. in Anat. 
Wallace, R. S., apptd. Prof, of Lang, and Lit. 
White, Miss R. E. J., Lectr. and Demr. in Botany, resigned on 

receiving an apptmt. under the Queensland Govt. 
Woodruff, H. A., Prof, of Vet. Med. at R.C.V.S., London, apptd. 

vice Gilruth. 
Junior Demrs. and Scholars were appointed in Anat., Biol., Chem., 

Nat. Philos., Path., Physiol., and Vet. Anat. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Faculties, &c. Arts ; Science ; Law ; Medicine ; Dentistry ; 
Veterinary Science ; Engineering ; Agriculture. There are a Univ. 
Conservatorium of Music {Director — The Ormond Prof.) and Music 
Examn. Board, and a Univ. Extension Board. A Schools Board, 
including representatives of the Univ., the Dept. of Educn., the Regis- 
tered Secondary Schools, and business interests, deals with studies, 
inspections, and examns. (including public examns.), prescribing books 
and details of subjects, recommending examiners, &c, and also making 
recommendations to the Professorial Board concerning Matricn. 

Matriculation. The minimum age is 16. Candidates must pass 
(a) the Senior Public examn., or (b) the Junior and in the subjects of 
any one group in the Senior, or (c) a Special examn. for entrance to the 
courses in Med., Dent. Surg., and Vet. Sc. 

Terms. The academic year begins on the 9th Mon. in the calendar 
year (March 2, 1914) and ends on the Sat. (Dec. 19, 1914) preceding 
the 51st Mon. and is divided into 4 terms. The 1st lasts 12 weeks. 
The 2nd begins on the 23rd Mon. and lasts 10 weeks. The 31 dbegins 
on the 35th Mon. and lasts 10 weeks. The 4th or examn. term begins 
on the 47th Mon. and lasts 4 weeks. The Music Conservatorium has 
different terms. 

Degrees, &c. Arts — B.A., M.A., D.Litt. ; Science — B.Sc, M.Sc, 
D.Sc. ; Law— LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. ; Medicine— M.B. and B.S., M.D., 

* New appointment. 



358 MELBOURNE 

M.S. ; Dentistry— B.D.S., D.D.Sc. ; Veterinary Science— B.V.Sc, 
D.V.Sc. ; Music — Mus.Bac, Mus.Doc. ; Engineering — B.C.E., B.M.E. 
(Mining),' B.E.E., B.Mech.E., M.C.E., M.M.E., M.E.E., M.Mech.E. ; 
Agriculture — B.Agr.Sc. 

Diplomas of Analyt. Chem., Pub. Health, Trop. Med., Mining, 
Metall., Archit., Music, Educn., Agric. Licence in Vet. Sc. 

In order to proceed to a degree in any course or to the Diploma in 
Educn. candidates must matriculate, passing in prescribed subjects; 
other Diplomas can be taken without matriculation. No candidate 
for a Degree, Diploma, or Licence may without special permission 
proceed with the work of the second or any subsequent year, unless 
he has passed the examns., &c, of the previous portion of the course. 
The Univ. Act of 1904 provided for the recognition of approved courses 
of work in Schools of Mines and Agric. Colls, in Victoria for the purpose 
of fulfilling the conditions necessary to obtaining Degrees and Diplomas 
in these subjects, and for the admission of students to Diploma courses 
without their having passed in the full number of subjects necessary 
for Matricn., and for the free admission of at least 80 students for a 
4 years course in Mining and Agric. 

Arts. Engl., Latin, Greek, Geom., and Algebra are compulsory 
entrance subjects. A 3 years course leads to the B.A. degree. A 
B.A. of at least 1 year's standing who has passed an examn. in one 
group of Arts subjects or taken Final Honours at the conclusion of 
the B.A. course may be admitted M.A. A M.A. of at least 3 years 
standing who has submitted a satisfactory original contribution to 
some branch of Literature or Knowledge may obtain the D.Litt. 
degree. The course for the Diploma of Education covers 3 years. 
Candidates who have completed the first 2 years of the course for any 
Degree within the Univ. and performed a satisfactory coi.rse inElem. 
Psych, may be admitted to the 3rd year of the course for the Diploma. 

Science. A 3 years course leads to the B.Sc. degree. A B.Sc. 
of at least 2 years standing who has been classed at the Final Honour 
examn. at the conclusion of the B.Sc. course may be admitted to the 
M.Sc. degree. Candidates for the D.Sc. must be graduates of at least 
3 years standing and submit a thesis. Candidates for the Diploma of 
Analytical Chemistry must have obtained Final Honours in Chem. or 
passed an examn. equivalent thereto and subsequently attended 
during 9 mos. an approved course in Technical Chem. analysis and 
passed an examn. therein. 

Law. A 4 years course, of which the first 2 years may be those 
of the Arts course, leads to the LL.B. degree. A LL.B. of 1 year's 
standing who has been classed at the Final Honour examn. for the 
LL.B. may be admitted to the degree of LL.M. Candidates for the 
LL.D. must be LL.M. of at least 2 years standing. 

Medicine. Clinical work begins after the 2nd examn. held at the 
end of the 2nd term of the 3rd year of the 5 years Med. course for the 



MELBOURNE 359 

M.B. and B.S. A Bachelor of at least 2 years standing may proceed 
by examn. or thesis to the M.D. A B.S. of at least 2 years standing 
may proceed by examn. only to the M.S. Candidates for the Diploma 
of Public Health must be M.B. and B.S. of at least 1 year's standing 
and proceed by examn. after attendance upon special courses. 

Dentistry. The course for the B.D.S. covers 4 years. The 
special dental work is done in the affiliated Australian Coll. of Dentistry. 

Veterinary Science. A 5 years course leads to the B.V.Sc. 
The 1st year is the same as for Med., and Science candidates who have 
completed the 4th year may be admitted to the Licence. A B.V.Sc. 
of 2 years standing may proceed to the D.V.Sc. by examn. or thesis. 

Music. A 3 years course leads to the Mus.Bac. The Mus.Doc. 
may be taken 3 years later. The course for the Diploma also covers 
3 years. The 2nd and 3rd years are identical with the 1st and 2nd 
years for the Mus.Bac. 

Engineering. The course for the Bachelorship covers 4 years. 
For the 1st year it is the same in all branches. Candidates must have 
acquired proficiency in First Aid to the Injured, and after passing the 
examn. of the 4th year must spend 12 mos. in a branch of Engin. 
appropriate to the Degree. Candidates for the Master's degree must 
be Bachelors of at least 1 year's standing. The Diploma courses cover 
3 years. Candidates in Mining and Metall., after completing the 3rd 
year, must spend 12 mos. in acquiring practical knowledge of the 
subject. Candidates for the Diploma in Archit. must, in addition to 
attending lectures, be engaged in acquiring a practical knowledge of 
the subject under a competent architect and continue this during 
12 mos. succeeding the examn. of the 3rd year. 

Agriculture. A 4 years course leads to the B.Agr.Sc. degree. 
The 1st year is similar to that for Med. or Sc. In the first 3 years 
candidates, in addition to attendance on lectures and laboratory work, 
must perform certain special field work. The 4th year is passed at 
an approved Agric. Coll. After this at least 4 months must be spent in 
acquiring a knowledge of some special branch of Agric. work. A 
3 years course, during the first 2 of which special field work must be 
performed, leads to the Diploma. The 3rd year is spent at an Agric. 
Coll. 

Training of Teachers. The Diploma of Educn. (v. under " Arts ") 
or its equivalent is requisite for registration in Vict, as a Secondary 
Teacher. Registration for School Teachers in other than State 
Schools is compulsory. Each year 20 certificated Teachers of the 
Educn. Dept. are admitted free to the course for the Diploma. Special 
concessions are made to all certificated teachers of the Educn. Dept. 
and students of the Training Coll. of the Dept. who are candidates for 
the Diploma. 



360 MELBOURNE 

Scholarships, &c, open to Graduates. The Govt, gives an 
annual grant of ^2000 for Research Scholarships, and there are many- 
others. 

Advanced Study. Three first-class return passages are granted 
annually by the Orient Line to graduates of this Univ. proceeding to 
Europe for study. 

Women were admitted to Matricn. and to all courses except Med. 
in 1879 and to the Med. course in 1887. They are eligible under the 
Univ. Act of 1890 for admission to Degrees, Diplomas, Certifs., and 
Licences (see also below, "The Year 1912-13 — Important Changes"). 

Residential Facilities. The Act of 1890 provides for the 
affiliation of Colleges and licensing of boarding-houses (see below, 
"Afirliated Colleges"). 

Libraries. The Univ. has a General Library of 26,000 vols, and 
Med. and Chem. Library of 1 1,000 vols. There are also Coll. Libraries. 

Museums and Laboratories. There are museums in the Biol., 
Geol., Engin., Anat., Path. (10,000 specimens), and Vet. Depts., and 
labs, in these and in the Nat. Philos., Chem., Metall. and Mining 
(with 3 head stamp battery and complete plant capable of testing bulk 
samples of ore), Physiol., Bact., Dent., and Agric. Depts. The Bact. 
Dept. undertakes investigations for Govt. Depts. and Hospls. and Med. 
practitioners. There is a Vet. Research Inst. Second and third year 
Agric. students attend practical work in farm practice at the Sparrovale 
Irrigation Farm, Geelong Harbour Trust. Fourth year students 
perform 12 mos. practical work at Dookie Agric. Coll. 

Evening Lectures are delivered, generally by a special staff, in 
subjects of the 1st and 2nd years Arts and Educn. courses and in 
certain subjects for the Diplomas of Agric, Mining, Metall., and Archit. 
They cover the pass work only. 

University Extension Lectures are provided for several local 
centres. 

Public Examinations. These include Junior and Senior and 
Junior Comml. and Senior Comml., the last being held once and the 
others twice annually. Public examns. in Music are conducted by the 
Music Examn. Board. 

Publications. The Calendar, price 3s. net, including Council's 
annual report, with list of publications of members of the Staff and 
Research Students ; Examn. Papers, is. each set ; Handbook of Pub. 
Examns., pubd. in July, is. ; Univ. Magazine ; Speculum (Med. 
Students' Journal) ; collected reprints ; also, free, a short guide to 
the Univ. ; Conservatorium prospectus ; Syllabus of Pub. Examns. in 
Music. 






MELBOURNE 361 

Affiliated Institutions. When the grant of lands for Univ. 
purposes was made, 4 blocks of about 10 acres each were reserved for 
the erection of residential Colleges in affiliation with the Univ., and these 
reserves were conveyed to trustees on behalf of the Anglican, Pres- 
byterian, Methodist, and Roman Catholic Churches respectively. The 
3 Colleges which have been erected provide in all for rather less than 
250 resident students, but they have in addition a considerable number 
of non-resident students. Although each is controlled by representa- 
tives of its denomination, they are all open to members of all religious 
denominations. 

Trinity College, opened in 1872 for members of the United 
Church of England and Ireland. Besides apartments for the Warden, 
Tutors, and men students, the buildings include a Chapel, Chem. and 
Biol. Labs., Libraries (8000 vols.), Museum, and a Women's Hostel, 
which is an integral part of the College. 

Warden — A. Leeper, M.A., LL.D. Vice-Warden — E. I. Robson, 
M.A. Camb. 

Other Teachers (excluding those on the Univ. Staff) : T. C. Sutton, 
B.Sc. (Chem., Maths., and Phys.) ; Mrs. E. Wood, M.A. (French) ; 
Fraulein Mathese (German) ; M. G. Patten, M.A. (Logic and Philos.) ; 
H. Sutton, M.D., B.Sc. Ox., and I. Jones, M.B., B.S. (Med. and Surg.). 

Ormond College, built on land granted to the Presbyterian 
Church, was established in 1881. 

Master — J. H. MacFarland, M.A., LL.D. 

Other Teachers (excluding those on the Univ. Staff) : H. W. Allen, 
M.A., and E. D. Ulrich, M.A. (Classics) ; F. H. Campbell, M.Sc. (Chem.) ; 
Miss E. Derham, M.A. (Engl.) ; Mrs. E. Wood, M.A. (French) ; Fraulein 
Mathese (German) ; M. G. Patten, M.A., and Miss K. A. Lush, B.A. 
(Logic and Philos.) ; C. E. Weatherburn, M.A., B.Sc. (Maths, and Nat. 
Philos.). 

Queen's College, opened in 1888 on land granted to the Methodist 
Church. It is governed by a Council under the general control of 
the Vict, and Tasm. Conference of the Methodist Church. It has a 
Chem. and Biol. Lab. 

Master — Vacant. 

Other Teachers (excluding those on the Univ. Staff) : Miss G. 
Buchanan, M.Sc. (Biol.) ; Miss R. Sugden, B.Sc. (Chem.) ; T. S. 
dyne, M.A., and Miss E. Robbins, B.A. (History) ; R. C. Mills, LL.M. 
(Logic and Hist.) ; Miss E. Nelson, B.Sc. (Maths, and Phys.) ; G. 
Lamble, M.D., B.S. (Med. and Surg.). 

Australian College of Dentistry. President — Sir John Madden, 
G.C.M.G., LL.D., D.C.L. Secretary— E. Joske, LL.B. 

Teaching Staff (excluding members of the Univ. Staff) : E. B. 
Nicholls, M.A.C.D. (Anat.) ; A. W. Craig, M.A. (Chem.) ; W. J. Tuck- 
neld, M.A.C.D. (D. Mech. and Metall.) ; E. Nihill, L.R.C.P. Lond., 
M.R.C.S. Lng., M.D., Ch.B. Dur. (Med., &c. t Genl.) ; G. B. Pritchard. 



362 MELBOURNE 

D.Sc (Metall.) ; H. M. Hewlett, M.B., Ch.B. Melb., M.R.C.P. Edin. 
(Physiol.) ; J. Iliffe and H. H. Ham, L.D.S., D.D.S. (D. Surg., 6>c.) ; 
G. Lamble, M.D., B.S. (Surg., &c, Genl.) ; W. A. James, M.D., M.S. 
(Surg., Oral) ; E. S. Fischer, L.D.S. (Technique, Operative) ; F. A. 
Kernot and E. F. Greenwood (Hon. Lectrs. in X-Rays) ; R. W. Horna- 
brook, M.B., Ch.B. Adel., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. London (Hon. Anaes- 
thetist) ; E. R. Owen, L.D.S. (D. Mech. Demr.) ; J. D. Surman (Crown 
and Bridge Work Demr.) ; J. K. Clark, L.D.S. (Graduation Fillings 
Demr.) ; F. S. Parrett, L.D.S., B.D.S. (A ncesthetics Demr.) . 

THE YEAR 1912-13 

Benefactions. /600 to found a Bursary for a Med. student ; 
^107 to found a prize (biennial), in memory of late Prof. E. E. Morris, 
for an essay on a subject connected with Lit. criticism ; ^500 for 
equipment of special Physiol, room ; ^2500 for a " Harbison-Higin- 
botham " Scholarship for a thesis in Hist., Econ., Politics, &c, with 
preference to research in relation to Australia ; ^1000 for a " Melba " 
Hall in the Conserv. of Music ; ^500 towards institution of an Anthropi 
Dept. ; from the Govt, of Victoria ^5000 for extension of Chem. and 
Physiol, (including Biochem.) Depts. and /2000 for conversion of 
old Museum building into a Union House for students ; from various 
sources ^800 for furnishing the Union House (v. also " New Buildings "). 

New Posts. Prof'ship of Agric. ; Addl. Dem'rship in Biol. 

E xtension Lectures . Courses were delivered in 1 9 1 2 in Melbourne 
and in 4 local centres. 

Public Examinations. The number of entries in 1911-12 for 
these, excluding Music, was 3861. For the examns. conducted by the 
Music Examn. Board 1981 candidates entered. 

Number of Students (191 1). Total, 1139, including 196 women, 
81 attending Evening Lectures, and 38 Research students. Con- 
servatorium of Music — preparing for Mus.Bac, 5 ; for Diploma, 49 ; 
others, 37 ; total, 91 (80 women). 

Degrees Conferred (1911-12). B.A., 31 ; M.A., 17 (including 
2 ad eundem) ; LL.B., 15 ; LL.M., 3 ; B.Sc, 13 (including 1 ad 
eundurn) ; M.Sc, 3 ; D.Sc, 2 ; B.Agr.Sc, 1 ; M.B., 57 ; M.D., 15 ; 
B.S., 56 ; M.S., 2 ; B.D.S., 9 ; B.V.Sc, 3 ; B.C.E., 10 ; M.C.E., 1 ; 
B.Mi.E., 3 ; B.Mech.E., 1 ; Mus.Bac, 3. Diplomas. Music, 3 ; 
Educn., 7,7,. Licences in Vet. Sc, 8. 

Important Changes in Regulations, (i) The Govt, has at the 
request of the Univ. prepared a Bill to remove all disabilities of women 
in regard to seats in the Council or Senate of the Univ. (2) The pre- 
paration of an amended Arts curriculum was nearly completed. (3) The 
Statute of Admission ad eundem gvadum has been changed so that 



MELBOURNE 363 

admission is no longer given as a matter of course to graduates of 
recognized Univs. ; as a rule the Final examn. is insisted on. Bachelors 
of approved Univs. may proceed to the examn. for Higher Degrees. 
It has been provided that " the Council may, as a special grace, admit 
to any degree in the Univ. any graduate of another Univ. who is 
recommended for such admission by an absolute majority of the 
Professorial Board and by an absolute majority of the Faculty, if 
any, corresponding to the degree which is to be conferred." (4) The 
Schools Inspection and Examn. Board, which was purely a Univ. 
body, has been replaced by a Schools Board (see opening para.). 

The New Buildings of the Engin. Dept. constructed under the 
vote from Govt, of ^30,000 are now complete, and progress has 
been made in the work of installing new machinery and apparatus 
(v. also " Benefactions "). The new theatre for Physiology is now fully 
equipped. A Zeiss epidiascope and complete Zeiss outfit for micro- 
photography have been obtained. 

New Amenities. The new Union building for students is now in 
regular use. 

Other New Developments. The Univ. Rifle Corps is now working 
under the Defence Regns. and will soon include all the male students 
of the Univ. The newly formed Graduates' Assocn. is actively at 
work, with an annual dinner, a Graduates' Day, occasional lectures, &c. 

Relations with Other Bodies. The new buildings of the 
Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine at Townsville, Queensland, 
were opened by the Governor of Queensland, Sir William MacGregor, 
on June 26, 191 3. The staff under the Director, Dr. Anton Breuil, 
has been increased by the apptmt. of Dr. Nicoll, Helminthologist, and 
Dr. Young, Biochemist, and Dr. Priestley, a graduate of Sydney 
who was working in the Lister Inst. The Inst, is in association for 
teaching purposes with the Univs. of Syd., Melb., and Adel. 

Steps are being taken towards the foundation of an affiliated 
Coll. within the Univ. by the Roman Catholic Church, and the 
building of a Women's Hostel in connexion with Queen's Coll. 



MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY, 
SACKVILLE, N.B. 

[Established in 1862 under an Act of 1858 of the Legislature of 
N.B. as the " Mount Allison Wesleyan College." Name changed in 
1886 to "The Univ. of Mt. Allison Coll.," and in 1913 to "The Mt. 
Allison Univ."] 

Chairman of the Board of C. Jost, D.D. 

Regents 
President of the Senate B. C. Borden, D.D. 

Secretary A. D. Smith, LL.D. 

Registrar of the Faculty of Prof. W. M. Tweedie, M.A. 

Arts 

Dean of the Faculty of Applied Prof. L. Killam, M.A., B.Sc. 

Science 

Dean of the Faculty of Prof. Howard Sprague, M.A., 

Theology D.D. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



CHEMISTRY 

BIGELOW, H. E., PH.D. Prof. 

ENGINEERING, Civil 

CROWELL, J. W., B.S., C.E. Prof. 

Mechanical Engineering 

MCKIEL, H. W., B.A., LL.B. Prof. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
Classics 

SMITH, A. D., LL.D. Wood Prof. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

TWEEDIE, W. M., M.A. Prof. 

French Lang, and Lit. 

PALMER, J. If., M.A. Prof. 

LA W {Contracts and Torts) 

TRITES, R., B.A., LL.B. Lectr. 



MATHEMATICS 

HUNTON, S. \V., M.A. 



Prof. 



PHYSICS 

WHEELOCK, F., PH.D. Prof. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

PRESIDENT BORDEN Prof. 

PSYCHOLOGY and Logic [Prof. 
dwight, c. a. s., ph.d. H. A. Massey 

THEOLOGY 

sprague, h., d.d. Prof . of Christ. 

Ev. and C. F. Allison Prof, of 

Syst. Theol. and N.T. Exeg. 

desbarres, f. w. w., b.a. Prof. 

of Ethics and of Engl. Bible 

and Church Hist. 

WATSON, W. G., B.D. Prof, of 

Hebrew and of O.T. Exeg. 

CAMPBELL, G. M., D.D. Prof, of 

Homiletics and Pract. Theol. 
gornall, h.t. Tutor in N. T.Greek. 



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MOUNT ALLISON 365 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Given, P., M.A. Harv., Prof, of Psychology, returned to Harvard 
and was succeeded by D wight, C. A. S. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The ultimate ownership of the Univ. is in the General Conference 
of the Methodist Church of Canada. The direct government is vested 
in a Board of Regents and Senate, and the General Conference exercises 
a controlling influence solely through its power of appointing a large 
majority of the Regents. In its internal administration the Univ. 
has always been conducted on strictly non-sectarian principles and 
a considerable number of the students are not Methodists. There is 
a " University " Faculty in which are included all the members of the 
Faculties of Theology and Applied Science. 

Degrees, &c. B.A., M.A. ; B.D. ; Mus.B. Honorary — D.D., 
LL.D., D.C.L. Certificates for various courses of study. 

Terms. First term 191 3-14 begins Sept. 20 ; second, Jan. 3. 

Examns. are held at the end of each term, and a student's standing 
depends on these and on work during the term. Students must be in 
residence throughout the term. 

Arts. The course for the B.A. covers 4 years, starting from 
" Junior " Matricn. ; but by passing, in addition to the ordinary 
Matricn., examns. on the subjects of the 1st year, students can gain 
admission to the 2nd year of the course. Holders of the N.S. Provincial 
High School Certif. of Grade A and Teachers holding the Superior 
School Licence of N.B. are admitted without further examns. (except 
n subjects not covered by the Certif.) to the 2nd year. The com- 
pulsory subjects are — Latin, Greek or French or Ger., Maths., Engl., 
Phys., Chem., Logic and Psych., Ethics and Evidences of Christianity. 
There are Honour courses in Maths., Phys., Chem., Old and Middle 
Engl. 

A 2 years course leading to a Certif. in Finance and Commerce is 
provided. 

The M.A. degree may be taken by a B.A. of 1 year's standing who 
has taken (in his undergrad. course or later) the full Honour course 
in any Dept., or at least 1 year's post-grad, work in Mt. All. or some 
other approved Univ. and passed satisfactory examns. thereon. A 
thesis is required. 

Theology. Candidates for the B.D. must be grads. in Arts of 
at least 2 years standing. The course covers 3 years. An examn. 
in all the subjects of the course must be passed and a satisfactory 
thesis presented. Persons other than graduates may take the examns. 
and receive certif s. In addition to the degree course the Faculty 



3 66 MOUNT ALLISON 

provides a Prelim, course for candidates for the Ministry and a 3 years 
course for probationers. 

Law. Grads. in Arts who attended during the B.A. course classes 
in Law subjects and have passed their examns. as required by the 
Law Faculty of Dalhousie Coll. can graduate in the Law School of 
that Coll. in 2 years from entrance. 

Engineering. The Univ. provides a 2 years course, the successful 
completion of which gives entrance to the 3rd year of the Applied 
Science course of McGill Univ. and N.S. Tech. Coll. For admission 
to it a student must pass a Matricn. examn. equal to the Juuior 
Matricn. in Arts. A student may take this 2 years course as part of 
his 3rd and 4th years course in Arts [v. also Appendix VI (ii)]. 

Music. A 3 years course of study for the Mus.Bac. has been 
prescribed and the Univ. provides the requisite instruction in Engl., 
French, German, and Phys., instruction in professional subjects 
being obtainable in Mt. Allison Ladies' Coll. Hitherto, however, there 
have been no candidates for the Mus.Bac. 

Women are admitted to all courses and degrees (except in Theol.) 
and to all competitions for prizes and Honours on the same terms as 
men. 

Residential Facilities. The College residences have accom- 
modation for 1 30 men and 60 women students. 

Advanced Studies. Graduates desiring to pursue special studies 
generally go to Harvard. 

Library. About 12,000 vols. 

Workshops equipped with gasolene engine, &c, have been pro- 
vided for Engin. students. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in July. 



THE YEAR 191 2- 13 

Benefactions. About $200,000 has been subscribed towards an 
increased endowment. 

New Departments, &c. A course for the degree of Mus.B. has 
been arranged. 

Number of Students. Full-time students preparing for the 
Bachelorship or Diploma, 180 (including 43 women) ; occasional or 
special students, 56 (39 women) ; resident Bachelor students preparing 



MOUNT ALLISON 367 

for the M.A. degree, 3 (1 woman) ; students in Europe, 2 ; in American 
Colls., 5. 

Honorary Degrees conferred during the year. D.D. — A. M. 
Sanford, M.A., B.D., President of Columbia Coll., B.C. LL.D.—S. D. 
Scott, M.A., Vancouver, B.C. ; Jas. M. Palmer, M.A., Principal, 
Mt. All. Academy ; R. P. Bowles, M.A., D.D., President of Victoria 
Coll., Tor. 

Other Degrees. M.A., 1 ; B.A., 26 (including 15 women). 

Legislation. The name of the Corporation was changed to 
" The Regents of Mt. Allison." 



UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, 
FREDERICTON 

[Founded and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1828 as King's 
Coll., Fredericton. Reorganized by amended Charter in i860.] 



Visitor on behalf of H.M. the The Lieut.-Govr. ofNewBruns- 



King 
Chancellor 

President of the Senate 
Registrar 



wick. 
C. C. Jones, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Chairman of the Faculty. 
W. S. Carter, M.A., LL.D. 
Havelock Coy, M.A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



CHEMISTRY [Prof. 

CAMERON, A., M.A., B.SC. ST. AND. 

ENGINEERING (v. also Physics) 
Civil Engineering 

STILES, J. A., B.A.SC. TOR. Prof. 

Mech. E. and Drawing 

STEPHENS, J., M.A., M.A.I. DUB., 

m.i. c.e.i. Prof. 

FORESTRY 

MILLER, R. B., M.A. WAB., M.F. 
YALE Prof. 

LANGUAGES and History 

Classics and Anc. Hist. [Prof. 

RAYMOND, W. T., B.A., B.A. HARV. 

English and Mod. Hist. 

MACDONALD, W. L., B.A. TOR., M.A. 
WISC, PH.D. HARV. Prof. 

French and German 

UPPVALL, A. J., B.A. COLBY, M.A. 

harv. Prof. 



LAW 

Contracts and Const. Hist. 

PHINNEY, J. D., B.A., K.C. Lectr. 

Torts and Crimes 
hughes, p. j., b.a. Lectr. 



MATHEMATICS 

JONES, C. C, PH.D. 
LL.D. TOR. 



B.A. 



HARV., 

Prof. 



NATURAL HISTORY and Geol. 
cox, p., b.sc, ph.d. Prof. 

PHILOSOPHY and Economics 

KIERSTEAD, W. C, PH.D. CHIC, M.A. 

Prof. 
PHYSICS and Elec. Engin. 

MCGINNIS, C. S., S.B. MASS. INST. 
TECH., PH.D. PENN. Prof. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Cameron, A., appointed vice Carson. 
Carson, C. M., Ph.D., Prof, of Chem., resigned. 
MacDonald, W. L., apptd. vice Gordon. 

Gordon, R. K., M.A. Tor., Prof, of Engl, and Mod. Hist., resigned. 

368 



NEW BRUNSWICK 369 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Chancellor and a majority of the Senate Jthe Governing Body) 
are appointed by the Lieut. -Govr. in Council. The Provincial Chief 
Supt. of Education is ex-officio President of the Senate. The proceed- 
ings of the Senate so far as they affect the finances of the Univ. or 
removal of officers are subject to the approval of the Lieut. -Govr. 
An annual grant of $20,000 is received from Provincial revenues. 

Departments. There are an Arts Dept. and a Dept. of Applied 
Science including Engin. (Civil and Elec.) and Forestry. 

Terms, 191 3-14. Michs. term begins Sept. 18 ; Easter ends May 141 

Degrees, &c. B.A., M.A. ; B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc. ; B.C.L., D.C.L.. 
LL.D. Diplomas for special courses. 

Courses and Examinations. The Degree courses in Arts, Science, 
and Applied Science cover 4 years, starting from Matricn., but the 
B.A. and B.Sc. may be taken in 3 years by a candidate who passes 
the Senior Matricn. examn. at entrance. Also teachers holding 
Provincial Grammar School licences may be admitted to the 2nd year 
of the B.A. or B.Sc. course without examn., and those holding a 1st 
class licence may be admitted on passing in Latin and Greek or French 
and Botany. Latin is a compulsory subject of the ordinary Matricn. 
examn. Candidates for Diplomas for special courses must pass an 
examn. in the same subjects as are prescribed for those entering for 
degrees, omitting Greek and Latin. 

Arts. Attendance at lectures and the passing of terminal or 
supplemental examns. are ordinarily insisted on as conditions precedent 
to qualifying for the B.A. or B.Sc, but the Faculty may in considera- 
tion of peculiar circumstances dispense with attendance at lectures 
for brief periods. Compulsory subjects for the B.A. examn. are Maths., 
Latin, Engl. Lit., Bot., Chem., Ancient Hist., Philos., Greek or French 
or German. The M.A. degree may be taken 2 years after graduating 
as B.A. on proof of advanced study in one of the Honours Depts. or 
Engl, and Hist, or Econ. and Hist. A thesis must be presented and 
an examn. must be passed. Compulsory subjects for the B.Sc. examn. 
are Maths., Engl. Lit., French or German, Philos., Dynamics, Bot., 
Zool., Chem., Phys., Anat., Calculus, Pol. Econ. There are Honour 
courses in the 3rd and 4th years in Latin and Greek, Maths, and Math. 
Phys., Exper. Phys. and Chem., Nat. Sc. and Chem., Philos. and 
Econ., Philos. and Engl., Engl, and either French or German, Econ. 
and Engl. 

Law. GraduatesJinfArts of N.Bruns. who took 4 Law courses in 
their 3rd and 4th years may graduate in Law at the Law Schools of 
Dalhousie Univ. and King's Coll., St. John, N.B., in 2 years. The 

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370 NEW BRUNSWICK 

B.C.L. cannot be taken until the 7th year after taking the B.A. The 
D.C.L. may be taken in the 6th year after the B.C.L. The LL.D. is 
Honorary. 

Applied Science. For admission to the Degree courses there is 
a " Junior Entrance " examn. By passing a " Senior Entrance " 
examn. a student may gain admission to the 2nd year, but must 
complete the drawing work of the 1st year before the Final examns. 
of the 2nd. The first 2 years of the course in Engineering have been 
especially arranged to suit candidates for licences as Deputy Provincial 
Land Surveyors. The first 2 years of the Forestry course are the same 
as those of the Engin. course except that Forest Bot. is substituted 
for spherical Trigonometry and Geom. Conies. Attendance at lectures 
and Field Camp are necessary conditions precedent to admission to the 
Final examns. for degrees. Theses must be prepared by Engin. 
students during each of the summer vacations of the first 3 years 
and prior to graduation. The Civil Engin. and Forestry courses may 
be combined in 5 years. The M.Sc. may be taken 3 years after the 
B.Sc. in Engin. or Forestry on proof of employment for 3 years in 
Engin. or Forestry work and presentation of a satisfactory thesis. 

Women are admitted to all the courses and degrees on the same 
terms as men. 

Residential Facilities. There is no Hall of Residence, and no 
control over lodgings occupied by students is attempted. 

Advanced Studies. Graduates desiring to take up advanced 
studies generally go to Harvard, Chicago, or Columbia. 

Library. 9000 vols. 

Museums. Natural History, &c. 

Laboratories. There are Bot., Chem., Mineral., Phys., Elec. 
Engin., Cement and Testing Labs. ; a machine shop containing a 
3 b.h.p. gasolene engine ; and a Psych. Lab. with measuring apparatus. 

There is also an Observatory containing a telescope of 6" clear 
aperture and meteor, instruments. 

Publications. The Calendar, issued in Jan. 

The Year 19 12-13. The grant from Provincial revenues was 
increased from $17,000 to $20,000 ; a donation of $500 for Library 
purposes was received. Number of Students preparing for Bachelor's 
degree, 154 (including 26 women) ; for Master's degree, 10 (5 women). 
Honorary Degrees conferred : LL.D., 3. Other Degrees : M.A., 3 
(including 1 woman) ; B.A., 17 (8 women) ; M.Sc. in Civ. Engin., 1 ; 
B.Sc. in Civ. Engin., 16 ; Elec. Engin., 3 ; Forestry, 3. 



UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND 

[Established by Act of the N.Z. Legislature, 1870; Constitution 
modified by several enactments which were consolidated in the N.Z. 
Univ. Act, 1908.] 

Visitor H.E. The Governor. 

Chancellor Sir Robert Stout, K.C.M.G. 

LL.D. 
Vice-Chancellor Sir Charles C. Bo wen, Kt. 

Registrar Barclay Hector, Wellington. 

Agent in England J. W. Joynt, M.A. Dub., 76 Gower 

Street, London, W.C. 

The University is an examining body with 4 affiliated Colleges : 
University of Otago, Dunedin ; Canterbury College, Christchurch ; 
Auckland University College ; Victoria College, Wellington. 

The Univ., as such, has no fixed home or buildings. Its official 
home is in Wellington, as the most convenient centre. 

The Government of the Univ., as distinct from the Colls., 
is vested in the Senate. Four members (or Fellows) of the Senate 
are nominated by the Governor. The remaining 20 are elected as 
follows : 8 by the governing bodies of the Colls., 8 by graduates, 
and 4 by the teaching staffs of the Colls. When the Senate is in 
recess the executive authority is vested in the Chancellor, or, in his 
absence, the Vice-Chancellor. These officers are elected by the 
Senate and preside at meetings of the Senate. Proposals are at 
present under consideration for establishing a closer constitutional 
union between the Univ. and the Colls. 

For Matriculation 13 subjects are prescribed, of which 6 may 
be presented and 5, including Engl., Maths., and one Class, or Mod. 
Lang., are necessary for a pass. A candidate who does not pass in 
Latin or Greek must pass in Physical or Natural or Agric. Science, 
and no candidate can take more than one of these Sciences ; in the 
syllabus prominence is given to their practical aspect. 

Terms. Statutes provide that any student matriculated to the 
Univ. whose name is on the books of an affiliated Coll. and who has 
attended the lectures and passed its annual examn. shall be deemed 
to have kept the terms of the year ; provided that in the case of his 
presenting himself for a Univ. examn. he must have passed the Coll. 
examn. in the subjects he offers at the corresponding stage. The 
passing of the annual examn. is not required of students who are 

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372 NEW ZEALAND 

qualifying themselves for'the degree of M.B., B.D.S., B.V.Sc, B.Agr., 
or for any of the branches of the degree of B.E. But such students 
must have attended the classes and passed the examns. prescribed in 
their Coll. course, to the satisfaction of their teachers. 

" Any student who, being resident more than 10 miles from an 
Affiliated Coll. or being engaged in acquiring a profession or trade or 
earning a livelihood, is thereby prevented in the opinion of the Pro- 
fessorial Board of such Coll. from attending lectures or who objects 
on grounds of religious scruples . . . shall, so far as it is shown to be neces- 
sary, be exempted from attendance at lectures as a condition of keeping 
terms while qualifying himself for the degree of B.A. or for the ordinary 
degree of B.Sc. or for the degree of LL.B. or B.Com. ; but a student 
entitled to exemption from attendance at lectures under this Statute 
must have his name on the books of an Affiliated Coll. and must pass 
its annual examn. in order to keep the terms of the year " (Statutes, 
Ch. VII). 

Degrees, Diplomas, &c. Arts — B.A., M.A., Litt.D. ; Science — 
B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Sc, B.Sc. in Architecture, B.Sc. in Home Science ; 
Law— LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. ; Medicine— M.B., Ch.B., M.D. ; Dentistry 
— B.D.S., M.D.S. ; Vet. Science— B.Vet.Sc. ; Public Health— Diploma ; 
Music — B.Mus., D.Mus. ; Engineering — B.E. (Mech., Elec, Civ., Min., 
Metall.) ; Agriculture — B.Agr. ; Commerce — B.Com. ; Journalism — 
Diploma. The Univ. has no statutory power to confer Hon. Degrees. 
The Degrees of Bachelor and Master in Arts and Bachelor and Doctor 
in Science, Law, Med., and Music have been declared by Royal Charter 
to be entitled to rank, precedence, and consideration as if granted by 
any Univ. of the U.K. 

The normal period of the B.A. and B.Sc. courses is 3 yrs. each. 
Provision is made in detail for proceeding from an Arts to a Science 
Degree, or vice versa. Theoretically every student presenting himself 
for a Degree examn. is required to have kept full terms at one of the 
Affiliated Colls. ; but exemption may be obtained as explained above 
(v. "Terms"). 

No student is allowed to present himself for examn. in any branch 
of Phys. Science or of Nat. Science or of Chem., either at the annual 
examn. of an affiliated Coll. or at any Degree examn. prescribed by the 
Univ., unless subsequently to matricn. he has both attended the regular 
course of instruction in the subject at the Coll. to which he is attached 
and gone through a prescribed course of practical work in the subject. 

The normal duration of the professional and technical courses is as 
follows : Law, 4 yrs. ; Med., 5 yrs. ; Dent., 4 yrs. ; Vet. Sc, 3 yrs. ; 
Music, 3 yrs. ; Archit., 4 yrs., with 18 mos. practical work ; Home 
Science, 3 yrs. ; Engin., 4 yrs., with practical work in shops, mines, 
or surveying, varying from 9 to 18 mos. ; Agric, 3 yrs., with practical 
farm work ; Commerce, 4 yrs. No student for a degree is allowed to 
enter on one of the professional or technical courses unless he has 
first been matriculated. The 1st yr. for most of the Professional 
Degrees may be taken at any of the Univ. Colls. 

Honours are awarded in Arts, Science, and Law, not concurrently 



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with the Bachelor degree in these faculties, but on a subsequent examn, 
held within 1 yr. afterwards in the case of Arts and Science, or 2 yrs. 
in the case of Law. These examns. are identical also for the Master's 
degree in these faculties respectively. For the Doctorate in these 3 
faculties the prelim, requirements are the Master's degree and an 
interval of 5 yrs. since graduation as Bachelor. The additional 
qualification is an original work. In Med. and Music the Doctorate 
is awarded partly on examn., partly on original composition or thesis. 
For the B.A. degree a pass in 6 subjects is required, 1 of which must 
be Latin or Greek. For the B.Sc. degree a pass in 6 subjects is required, 
including Maths., Phys., Chem.,and Bot. or Zool. or Geol. or Physiol. 
Each examn. may be passed in 2 sections ; and in the final section 
a candidate may, in lieu of a 6th subject, repeat on a higher standard 
a subject already passed in the 1st section. Educn. and Milit. Science 
are among the optional subjects for B.A., the latter also for B.Sc. 

Professional or Technical Schools. The teaching for each 
Professional or Technical Degree is carried on at some one or more of 
the Affiliated Colls., viz. Med. and Dent, at the Univ. of Otago ; 
Mech., Elec, and Civ. Engin. at Canterbury Coll. ; Mining and Metall. 
Engin. at Auckland and Otago. In addition, Lincoln Coll. is a recog- 
nized School of Agric. Subjects for the Law degree are taught at all 
the Colls. ; but the chief Law School is Vict. Coll., Wellington. Subjects 
for the Comm. degree are taught mainly at Auckland and Canterbury ; 
and these two Colls, are also the seats of Music Schools. Home Science 
is taught at Otago and Archit. at Canterbury. 

Training Colleges for Teachers. In each town which has a 
Univ. Coll. there is a Training Coll. for Teachers, and the Director of 
the Training Coll. is Prof, of Educn. in the local Univ. Coll. In this 
way solidarity is maintained between the theoretical and practical 
sides of teaching. 

" Ad Eundem " Recognition. Courses completed, or partially com- 
pleted, at any British Chartered Univ. are accepted by the Univ. of 
N.Z. ad eundem. Applications from other Univs. for ad eundem recog- 
nition are considered on their merits. 

Scholarships for Graduates. Concurrently with the B.A. and 
B.Sc. examns. is held an examn. for Senior Scholarships. A separate 
scholarship is awarded on almost every subject of the B.A. or B.Sc. 
syllabus, and the value of each is £60 p. a. There are also Travelling 
Scholarships in Engineering and in Medicine of /ioo and of ^150 
respectively, and a Senior Scholarship in Law. There is an annual 
election to a Rhodes Scholarship and to an 1851 Exhibn. Research 
Scholarship. For the encouragement of study and research by grads. 
the Univ. offers Certifs. and Gold Medals. 

Two first-class return passages between Australia and England 
are offered yearly by the Orient Co. for grads. of the Univ. proceeding 
to Europe to continue their studies. The Union S.S. Co. and Huddart 



374 NEW ZEALAND 

Parker Co. supplement this by a similar concession between N.Z. and 
Australia. 

Admission of Women. A feature of the N.Z. Univ. system has 
been that from the beginning no difference has been made between the 
sexes either by the Univ. or the Colls. 

Residence. None of the Affiliated Colls, have any residential 
buildings, but all of them, to a greater or less extent, are doing some- 
thing in the direction of establishing residential hostels, for men and 
women students separately. But considerable numbers of students 
live in lodgings over which the Colls, exercise no direct control. 

Publications. The Calendar, pubd. June i, price 2s. 6d. ; 
Minutes of Prodgs. of Senate, free ; Examn. Papers, bound in sets 
according to Faculty or Dept., 6d. or is. a set ; Reports of Examiners 
(in England and N.Z.), free ; Syllabus and Regns. of various Depts., 
extracted from Calendar, price according to size. Many Researches 
pubd. under the auspices of the N.Z. Inst, are the work of Univ. Profs., 
and in this way the publications of the Inst, partly compensate for the 
absence of a Univ. Press. 

Recognized Schools. In addition to the several professional 
Schools of the Affiliated Colls., the Canterbury Agric. Coll., Lincoln, 
which is not affiliated, is recognized as a School of Agric. 

Number of Degrees obtained in 191 2 by students of the Univ. 
Colls. By men— B.A., 35 ; M.A., 26 ; B.Sc, 10 ; M.Sc, 6 ; D.Sc, 1 ; 
LL.B., 22 ; LL.M., 1 ; M.B., Ch.B., 10 ; M.D., 2 ; B.D.S., 2 ; B.Com., 
1. By women — B.A., 21 ; M.A., 13 ; B.Sc, 1. The total number of 
grads. admitted up to May 20, 191 3, is 1756 (including 503 women). 



affiliated institutions 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO, DUNEDIN 

[Founded by Ordinance of the Provincial Council, 1869. Opened, 
1 87 1. Affiliated to the Univ. of N.Z. under agreement made in 1874. 
Constitution altered 1911.] 

Visitor H.E. The Governor. 

Chancellor Andrew Cameron, B.A. N.Z. 

Vice -Chancellor J. Roberts, C.M.G. 

Registrar and Librarian H. Chapman, B.A. 



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PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



ACCOUNTANCY 

REID, G. W., B.COM. N.Z. 



Lectr. 



ANATOMY [Prof. 

SCOTT, J. H., M.D., CM. EDTN., 
M.R.C.S. ENG., F.R.S. EDIN. 

BIOLOGY 

BENHAM, W. B., M.A. OX., D.SC. 
LOND., F.Z.S., F.R.S. Prof. 

CHEMISTRY (v. also Home Sc, 
Metall.) 

INGLIS, J. K. H., M.A., B.SC. N.Z., 
D.SC. EDIN., F.I.C. Prof. 

CLASSICS (v. also Langs.) 

SALE, G. S., M.A. CAMB. Em. Prof. 

DENTISTRY 

PICKERILL, H. P., M.B., CH.B., M.D.S., 
L.D.S., R.C.S. ENG. Prof. 

ECONOMICS (v. also Home Sc.) 

BEDFORD, H. D., M.A., LL.M. N.Z. 

Lectr. 
EDUCATION 

VACANT Prof. 

ENGINEERING, v. Mining 
GEOLOGY and Mineralogy 

MARSHALL, P., M.A., D.SC. N.Z., 
F.G.S., F.R.G.S. Prof. 

HOME SCIENCE and Domestic 
Arts 

BOYS-SMITH, WINIFRED L., GIRTON 
COLL. CAMB. Prof. 

Economics, Chem., &c. 

RAWSON, G. HELEN Lectr. 

HYGIENE, v. Med.— Bad. 

LANGUAGES and Literature 
English Lang, and Lit. 

GTLRAY, T., M.A. EDIN., HON. LL.D. 
EDIN., F.R.S. EDIN. Prof. 



French 

THOMPSON, G. E., M.A. N.Z. Lectr. 

German 

CAMPBELL, F. H., B.A. N.Z. Lectr. 

Greek 
dunbar, j. Lectr. 

Hebrew 

WATT, M., M.A., D.D. ABERD. Lectr. 

Latin 

ADAMS, T. D., M.A. N.Z. Lectr. 

LA W, Const. History and 

LANG, J., M.A., LL.B. N.Z. Lectr. 

Jurisprudence 

HAY, W. G., LL.M. N.Z. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS, Pure and 

Applied 

RICHARDS, D. J., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Bacteriology and Pub. Health 

CHAMPTALOUP, S. T., M.B., CH.B. 
EDIN., B.SC. P.H. Prof. 

Clin. Med. and Clin. Surg. 

THE HON. STAFF OF THE DUNEDIN 

hospl. Lectrs. 

Materia Medica 

FITCHETT, F. W. B., M.D., CM. 

edin. Lectr. 

Medical Jurisprudence 

OGSTON, F., M.D., CM. ABERD. Prof . 

Medicine, Practice of [Prof. 

COLQUHOUN, D., M.D. LOND., 

F.R.C.P. LOND., M.R.C.S. ENG. 
MACDONALD, W. M., M B. ( CM. 

edin. Tutor. 

Mental Diseases 

KING, F. TRUBY, M.B., CM. EDIN., 

b.sc. edin. Lectr. 

Midwifery and Dis. of Women 

RILEY, F. R., F.R.C.S. ENG., L.R.C.P. 

lond. Lectr. 

Ophthalmology 

FERGUSON, H. L., M.A., M.D. DUB., 
F.R.C.S. I., L.K.Q.CP.I. Prof. 



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Pathology NATURAL PHILOSOPHY 

ROBERTS, W. S..M.R.C.S.ENG. Prof. S HAND, J., M.A., LL.D. ABER1 



Surgery [Prof. F . PS . C>M G Prof 

Physics [Demi 

HAMILTON, T. B., M.A., B.SC. N.Z. 



BARNETT, L. E., M.B., CM. EDIN., p} ^ [Demr 

L.R.C.P. LOND., F.R.C.S. ENG 



NEWLANDS, W., M.A., B.SC. N.Z. 
M.B., CH.B. EDIN., F.R.C.S. 

EDIN> Asst. Lectr. PHILOSOPHY, Ment. and Moral 

ALLEN, S. C, M.D. N.Z., F.R.C.S. SALMOND, W., M.A. EDIN., D.D. 

Tutor. EDIN. AND GLAS. Prof. 

METALLURGY and Assaying 

waters, d. b., a.o.s.m. Prof. PHYSIOLOGY [Prof. 

MINING and Mine and Land malcolm, j., m.d., ch.b. edin. 

Surveying 

park, j., m.a.i.m.e., m.i.m.m., PUBLIC HEALTH, v. Med — 

f.g.s. Prof. Bad. 

CHANGES IN STAFF 

Barclay, A. R., LL.B. N.Z., Lectr. on Const. Hist, and Law 

resigned. 
Black, J. G., M.A., D.Sc. Edin., Prof, of Chem., resigned. 
Inglis, J. K. H., apptd. vice Black. 
Lang, J., apptd. vice Barclay. 
White, D. R., M.A. N.Z., Prof, of Educn., resigned. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Univ. is entirely unconnected with any religious denomination 
except that the right of nomination to certain Chairs endowed by the 
Presbyterian Church rests with the Board of Church Property subject 
to the approval of the Synod. 

Faculties. Arts, Science, Medicine, and Dentistry. There are 
also Schools of Mines and of Home Science. The Univ. is recognized 
by the Univ. of N.Z. as a School of Med. and Dent, and as a School of 
Mining and Metall. Engin. 

Terms. In Arts and Science lectures begin on the ist Wed. in 
April and cease on Fri. following 2nd Wed. in July. They recommence 
3 weeks later and continue for 11 weeks. In Med. the winter session 
commences at beginning of May and terminates at end of Oct. The 
summer session begins about Jan. 20 and continues for 11 weeks. In 
Engin. the session begins on the ist Wed. in April and ends on Fri. 
following 3rd Wed. in Oct. There is a midwinter vacation of 3 weeks. 
In Home Science the winter session is as in Engin. ; there is a summer 
session of 10 weeks beginning early in Jan. 

Arts and Science. The courses prepare for the Interm. examn. 
in Med., the Departmental examns. of Schoolmasters, and Degrees, 
Senr. Scholarships, andjHonours]in|the|Faculties of Arts and Science 
of the Univ. of N.Z. 



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Law lectures are given for students preparing for the Law Pro- 
fessional examns. 

Medicine. A complete course is available for students who do 
not wish to leave N.Z. This has been recognized by the R.C.P. and S. 
of Eng. as sufficient. Students desirous of graduating in any Scottish 
Univ. may pass 2 yrs. of their Med. curriculum here. 

Dentistry. The courses prepare for the B.D.S. degree. 

The School of Mines, established in 1878, has 4 divisions, the 
courses in which lead to Diplomas in Mining, Metall., Geol., and Mine 
and Land Surveying. The lectures also prepare for the degrees of B.Sc. 
in Mining Engin. and in Metall. Engin. of the Univ. of N.Z. 

The Library contains over 5000 vols. 

Laboratories. Chem. (for 6 senior and over 30 junior students) ; 
Phys. (table accommodation for about 30) ; Biol, (for 30) ; Physiol, 
(for 24). 

Museum. Zool. (valuable collection of native birds and fishes 
and invertebrates and some unique remains of the Moa), Mineral., and 
Herbarium. 

The Year 191 2. Benefactions. ^2000 gift for new class-rooms ; 
^2000 Govt, grant for same purpose. Degrees obtained by men — B.A., 
11 ; M.A., 11 ; B.Sc, 7 ; M.Sc, 3 ; D.Sc, 1 ; LL.B., 4 ; M.B., Ch.B., 
10 ; M.D., 2 ; B.D.S. , 2. By women — B.A., 12 ; M.A., 4. 



CANTERBURY COLLEGE, CHRISTCHURCH 

[Created by Ordinance of the Provincial Council of Canterbury; 
and affiliated to the Univ. of N.Z., 1873. Reconstituted by an Act of 
the N.Z. Legislature, 1896, which was amended by Act of 1908.] 

Visitor The Minister of Education. 

Chairman of Board of J. C. Adams, B.A. 

Governors 
Registrar G. H. Mason. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

A CCO UNTING and A ccountancy CHE MI ST R Y 

MORRISON, J., F.I.A. N.Z. Lectr. EVANS, W. P., M.A. N.Z., PH.D. GIES., 

M.S. C.I. LOND. Prof. 

BIOLOGY page, s., b.sc. n.z. Demr. 

CHILTON, C, M.A., D.SC. N.Z., M.B., CLASSICS 

CM. EDIN., F.L.S. Prof. STEWART, H., M.A. CAMB. Prof . 

ARCHEY, G. E., B.A. N.Z. Asst. CANE, T. W., M.A. N.Z. Asst, 



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ECONOMICS and History 

HIGHT, J., M.A., LITT.D. N.Z., 

f.r.e.s. (Dir. of Studies in 
Comm.) Prof. 

SHRIMPTON, A. W., M.A. N.Z. Asst. 



EDUCATION 

FOSTER, T. S., M.A. N.Z. 

ENGINEERING 

SCOTT, R. J., M.I.C.E. 
M.A.I.E.E. 



Lectr. 



M.I.M.E., 

Prof. 



ENGLISH Lang. & Lit. [Prof. 

WALL, A., M.A. LOND., B.A. CAMB. 



CANE, T. W., M.A. N.Z. 


Asst. 


GEOLOGY, Palceont., &>c. 




SPEIGHT, R., M.A., M.SC. 


N.Z., 


F.G.S. 


Prof. 



LANGUAGES, Modern 

BLUNT, T. G. R., M.A. OX. 



Prof. 



LA W, Jurisprudence arid [Lcctr. 

MURPHY, T. A., M.A., LL.B. N.7. 
ROWE, T. W., M.A., LL.B. N.Z. 

Asst. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS and Nat. 
Phil os. 

GABBATT, J. P., M.A. CAMB., M.SC. 

MANC. AND LIV. Prof . 

DARWIN, L. J., M.A. ADEL. Asst. 

MENTAL SCIENCE 

SALMOND, C. F., M.A. N.Z. Lectr. 

MUSIC [Lectr. 

BRADSHAW, J. C, MUS.D. MANC. 
F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. 

PHYSICS [Prof. 

FARR, C. C, D.SC. ADEL., A.M.I.C.E. 
MACLEOD, D. B., M.A., B.SC. N.Z. 

Demr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

H. Stewart succeeded F. W. Haslam as Prof, of Classics. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Terms, 191 4. First term begins March 14, ends June 19 ; second 
begins July 18, ends Nov. 1. In the Faculty of Music there are 3 terms. 

Full Courses are provided for Honours and Scholarships and for 
ordinary degrees in Arts, Science, Music, Commerce, and Engineering, 
as required by the Univ., and special courses inEngin. and Commerce 
leading to the Coll. Certif. of Assoc, of the School of Engin. (a 4 yrs. 
course for Elec. Engin. and 3 yrs. for Civ. and Mech.) and to the Coll. 
Interm. Certif. of Comm. (2 yrs. course). Evening courses in Mech. 
and Elec. Engin. are given, including a course qualifying for the 3rd 
Marine Engr.'s Certif. The Coll. is recognized by the Univ. as a 
School of Civ., Elec, and Mech. Engin. 

The Coll. has the control of a Museum — Curator, E. R. Waite, 
F.L.S. ; Library — Librarian, E. J. Bell ; School of Art — Director, 
R. Herdman-Smith, F.S.A.M., A.R.C.A. Lond. ; and High Schools for 
Boys and Girls. 

[Publications. The Calendar and Chairman's Annual Report. 

The Year 191 2. Benefactions received. Subscriptions amounting 
to £1500 for a Coll. Library. Number of Students: Matriculated, 296 



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(including 125 women); not matriculated, GG (29 women). Degrees 
obtained: M.A., 8 (including 1 woman) ; B.A., 7 (1 woman); M.Sc, 1 ; 
LL.B., 5 ; B.Com., 1. 



AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 

[Established by Act of the N.Z. Legislature, 1882. Affiliated to 
the Univ. of N.Z. and opened 1883. Constitution altered by A.U.C. 
Amendment Act, 191 2.] 



Visitor 

Chairman of Council 

Registrar and Librarian 



The Minister of Education. 
Hon. Sir George M. O'Rorke, 

M.A., Hon. LL.D. 
C. M. Nelson, M.A. Camb. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, 
ACCOUNTING 

HEMINGWAY, W. H., F.P.A. N.Z., 

f.n. z. a. A. Lectr. 

BIOLOGY and Geology 

THOMAS, A. P. W., M.A. OX., F.L.S., 

f.g.s. Prof. 

Lancaster, t. l. Demr. 

CHEMISTRY 6- Exper. Physics 

BROWN, F. D., HON. M.A. OX., B.SC 

LOND., F.CS. Prof. 

MORGAN, H. H., B.SC. LOND., F.C.S., 

a.r.c.sc. lond. Demr. 

CLASSICS [Prof. 

DETTMANN, H. S., B.A. SYD., M.A., 
B.CL. OX., HON. M.A. ADEL. 

ECONOMICS, Ment. Sc, Hist., 

&>c. 
grossmann, j. p., m.a. n.z. Lectr. 

EDUCATION 

milnes, h. a. e. ,b.sc lond. Lectr. 

ENGINEERING 

Applied Mechanics, &>c. 
lamb, s. e., B.SC. lond., a.r.c.sc 
lond., a.m.i.m.e. Lectr. 



ETC. 

Electrical Engineering 

WILSON, W., B.E., M.SC. N.Z., 

a.m.i.e.e. Lectr. 

Mining Engineering 

VACANT Prof. 

Surveying, Hydraulics, &>c. 

CORY-WRIGHT, S., B.SC. LOND.LeCtT. 

ENGLISH 

egerton, c. w., m.a. dub. Prof. 

ARDERN, P. S., M.A. N.Z., B.A. OX. 

LANGUAGES, Modern 

WALKER, M., M.A., B.COM. N.Z. Prof. 

LAW 

CHALMERS, D. C, LL.M. N.Z. Lectr. 

wyman, b., ll.b. Asst. Lectr. 

algie, r. m., ll.b. Asst. Lectr. 

MATHEMATICS 

SEGAR, H. W., M.A. CAMB. Prof. 

MUSIC 

THOMAS, W. E., MUS.D. OX. Prof. 

PHYSICS 

OWEN, G., MA. CAMB., D.SC LIV. 

Prof. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Terms, 191 4. The first term begins on March 2 and ends on 
May 10 ; the second begins on June 1 and ends on Aug. 10 ; the third 
begins on Sept. 7 and ends on Nov. 10. 

Courses are provided leading to Senr. Scholarships and Honours 
and to the Bachelorship of the Univ. in Arts, Science, Law, Music, 
and Commerce, and part of the B.E. course. 

Diplomas and Certificates are conferred by the Coll. in Music, 
in Engin., and in Commerce. The courses provided in these branches 
qualify also for the 3rd Class Govt. Certif. for Marine Engineers, the 
Professional examn. for membership of the N.Z. Soc. of Accountants, 
and other tests. The Coll. is recognized by the Univ. as a School of 
Mining and Metall. Engin. 

Publications. The Calendar, price is. 

The Year 1912. The A.U.C. Amendment Act, 1912, altered the 
constitution of the Council and provided for the payment to Profs, 
and Lectrs. of the fees received from students or such part or pro- 
portion thereof as may be determined by the Council. 

Degrees obtained by men — B.A., 5 ; M.A., 4 ; B.Sc, 2 ; M.Sc, 1 ; 
LL.B., 6 ; LL.M., 1. By women— B.A., 2 ; M.A., 2. 



VICTORIA COLLEGE, WELLINGTON 

[Established by Act of the N.Z. Legislature, 1897. Affiliated to 
the Univ. of N.Z., 1899.] 

Visitor The Minister of Education. 

Chairman of Council Charles Wilson. 

Registrar C. P. Powles. 

Librarian B. H. Ward, B.A. Lond. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

ACCOUNTANCY CHEMISTRY 

EASTERFIELD, t. h., m.a. camb., 

ph.d. wurz., f.i.c, f.cs. Prof. 

mcdowall, j. c. Demr. 

CLASSICS [Prof. 

BROWN, J. R., M.A. OX. AND ST. AND. 

ward, w. f. (Comml. Law Lectr.) 

Asst. 



BARTON, J. S., 


F.P.A. 


N.Z., 


F.I.A. N.Z. 






Lectr. 


BIOLOGY 








KIRK, H. B., M.A. N.Z. 






Prof. 


JENKINS, HARRIETTE M., 


M.A. N.Z. 








Demr. 



ECONOMICS, Hist, and Geog. 
wilson, f. p., m.a. n.z. Lectr 



[Lectr 

B.SC. N.Z. 



EDUCATION 

TENNANT, J. S., M.A . 

ENGLISH Language and Lit. 

MACKENZIE, H., M.A. ST. AND. Prof . 
WATSON, ISABEL E. S., M.A. N.Z. Asst. 



GEOLOGY 

COTTON, C. A. 



M.SC. N.Z. 



LANGUAGES, Modern 

VON ZEDLITZ, G. W., M.A. OX. Prof 
MACPHAIL, MARGARET M. Asst 



NEW ZEALAND 3&* 

English and N.Z. Law [Prof. 

GARROW, J. M. E., B.A., LL.B. N.Z. 

Commercial Law 

WARD, W. F., M.A., LL.B. N.Z. Lectr. 

MA THEM A TICS and Math. 
Phys. 

PICKEN, D. K., M.A. CAMB. AND 

glas. Prof. 

TEYCHENNE, A. WINNIFRED, M.A. 

Lectr. n.z. Asst. 

MENTAL SCIENCE 

HUNTER, T. A., M.A., M.SC. N.Z. Prof . 



LAW, Roman, Jurispr., &c. 

ADAMSON, J., M.A., LL.B. EDIN. Prof. 



PHYSICS 

LABY, T. H., B.A. CAMB. Prof. 

stuart, w. a., m.sc. n.z. Demr. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Terms. The first begins towards the end of March and the second 
in the latter half of July. Each lasts about 3 mos. 

Courses are provided leading to Honours, Scholarships, and to 
the ordinary B.A., B.Sc, LL.B., and B.Com. degrees of the Univ. of 
N.Z., the Accountants' Professional, N.Z. Soc. of Acctts., and other 
examns. The Coll. practically specializes in Law, but the early stages 
in other faculties, such as Med., Dent., Engin., &c, may also be taken. 



Degrees obtained in 1912, by men — B.A., 13 ; M.A., 4 ; B.Sc, 1 ; 
M.Sc., 1 ; LL.B., 7. By women— B. A., 6 ; M.A., 6 ; B.Sc, 1, 



UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA 



[Empowered to confer Degrees, 1866.] 



Apostolic Chancellor 



Rector 

Vice-Rector 

Secretary 

Bursar 

Prefect of Studies 

Prefect of Discipline 



His Grace the Most Rev. C. H. 
Gauthier, D.D., Archbishop of 
Ottawa. 



A. B. Roy, M.A., 
W. J. Murphy. 
J. L. Binet. 
A. D. McGowan. 
J. P. Fallon. 
W. J. Stanton. 



D.D. 



PROFESSORS 



ARTS and PHILOSOPHY 

binet, j. L. Chem. and Greek. 

boyer, j. b. Drawing, Hist., and 

Comml. Law. 

boyon, f. (Librarian) French Lit. 

cameron, a. l. English. 

corrigan, j. a. Hist, and Geog. 

dube, h. Latin and Maths. 

Dubois, p. French. 

fallon, j. p. Engl. Literature. 

finnegan, d. Engl., Latin, &>Hist. 

gilligan, a. English. 

hammersley, p. Greek, Phys., 

and Christ. Doct. 

Harrington, p. Arithmetic. 

jasmin, a. Hist, and Philos. 

kelly, w. Maths, and Christ. Doct. 

Kennedy, b. Greek, Mineralogy , 

and Civics. 

Kennedy, j. J.Engl., Latin, &>Hist. 

lajeunesse, j. a. Latin, French, 

Geol., Zool., and Bot. 

MARCOTTE,F.-x.Eccles.Hist.&Phys. 

mc guire, p. j. Engl., Geol. &Z00I. 

murphy, m. Greek, Latin, and 

Physiol. 

nilles, n. Latin. 

norman din, a. Greek, Latin, 

and French. 



o brien, w.j 

PARADIS, O. 

PELLETIER, a 
PERRUISSET, 

QUILTY, S. 
RHEAUME, L. 

SHEA, J. A. 

SHERRY, J. H. 
STANTON, W. 
TURCOTTE, E. 
VERONNEAU, 

VILLENEUVE, 
VOYER, O. 



. Engl., Arith., &Hist. 

French, Hist., and 

Christ. Doct. 

Greek and French. 

l. Philos. and 

Christ. Doct. 

English. 

Higher Maths., 

French, and A sir on. 

Engl., Hist., and 

Drawing. 

Greek, Engl., &> Hist. 

Latin. 

Latin 6- Christ. Doct. 

a. Latin, Maths., 

and French. 

r. Philos. 

Hist., French, and 

Christ. Doct. 



THEOLOGICAL COURSE 
blanchin, f. Dogmatic Theol. 

duchaussois,p.j. SacredEloquence. 



DUVIC, J. 



ESTEVE, AUG. 



JODOlN, J. V. 
JOYAL, A. 



Moral Theol. and 

Canon Law. 

Dogmatic Theol. 

and Eccles. Hist. 

Liturgy. 

Holy Scripture. 



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OTTAWA 383 

rheaume, l. Moral Theol., legault, r. Book-keeping and 

Director of the Seminary. Business Class, Prefect of 

VERRAULT, g. Eccles. Hist. Studies. 

o'brien, l. d. Penmanship. 

COMMERCIAL COURSE pepin, e. Typewriting. 

latulipe, e. a. Book-keeping senecal, r. Stenog. and 

and Business Class. Book-keeping. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

This is a Catholic Univ. conducted by the Oblate Fathers of Mary 
Immaculate, who control and supervise closely the studies and other 
activities of the resident students. A special feature of the system 
of instruction is that marks are assigned for the exercises of the students, 
and these are read once a month publicly. The Prefect of Studies also 
sends monthly reports to parents. As indications of the strictness 
of control the following rule may be cited : No book or newspaper 
shall be introduced without having been previously examined and 
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second on Jan. 7, 19 14 ; and the third on April 14. 

Faculties and Departments. There are faculties of Arts, Philos., 
and Theol., and Collegiate (preparatory to Matricn.) Business and 
Preparatory courses. 

Degrees, &c. B.A., M.A., Bachelor of Literature (B.L.), B.Phil., 
B.Th., D.Th., LL.D. (Honorary), Licentiate of Philos. and Licentiate 
of Div. ; Commercial Diploma. The degree of B.A., which the Univ. 
confers in virtue of its Univ. Charter, besides being an honourable 
testimonial of high and varied attainments, entitles those who study 
law to exemption from Prelim, examns. and to a reduction of 2 
years from the ordinary course of 5 years. This degree also exempts 
those who study Medicine from Preliminary examns. The Arts course 
covers 4 years, leading to the B.A. or B.L. Extra-mural students may 
appear for examn. without attending classes in the Univ. Candidates 
for the M.A. must be Bachelors of at least 2 years standing and present 
theses. The B.Phil, may be taken after the 3rd year of the Univ. 
course, the Licentiate at the end of the 4th, and the Doctorate a year 
later. The course of study is the same as that of the 3rd and 4th 
years in Arts. The B.Th. may be taken after the 2nd year, the 
Licentiate of Theol. after the 3rd, and D.D. 3 years later. The Univ. 
Classical course may be taken either in English or in French. In the 
Engl, course the language of instruction and translation is English, 
and out of 20 hours a week 3 only are given to French. In the French 
course Latin, Greek, French, and Hist, are taught in French. The 
Business course is of 2 years duration. 

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the Christmas holidays without extra charge. 

Library, 25,000 vols. ; Profs, and students have access to the 
Parliament Library containing 300,000 vols. 

Museums, &c. Geol. Mus. in the Univ. Access to that of the 
Geol. Survey has been granted by Govt. The Univ. has Chem., 
Phys., and Mineral. Labs. The Canadian Fisheries Mus. of the Dept. 
of Marine and Fisheries and the Dominion Observatory are located in 
Ottawa. 

Publications. The Calendar. 

The Year 1 9 1 2- 1 3 . Number of Students preparing for the Bachelor- 
ship in Arts — Engl. 76, French 26 ; Philos., 21 ; Theol., 57 ; for 
Commercial Diploma, 28 ; for M.A., 4. Honorary Degrees Conferred: 
LL.D. — The Hon. Speaker of the Canadian Senate ; T. C. Carrigan, 
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Cath. U.A. Other Degrees : B.Th., 2 ; 
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UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD 



[Constitution denned by Ox. Univ. Act 1854 and Univs. of Ox. and 
Camb. Act 1877. Prior to the reforms introduced under the Act of 
1854 the Univ. was governed under the Laudian Statutes of 1636.] 



Chancellor 



High Steward 



Vice-Chancellor 



Representatives in Parliament 
(Burgesses of the Univer- 
sity) 

Proctors 

Assessor of the Chancellor's 
Court 

Public Orator 

Bodley's Librarian 

Keeper of the Archives 

Registrar 

Assistant Registrar and Sec- 
retary to the Boards of 
Faculties 



colleges 

All Souls College 



George Nathaniel, Earl Curzon 
of Kedleston, D.C.L. All Souls. 

Hardinge Stanley, Earl of 
Halsbury, M.A., Hon. D.C.L. 
Merton. 

T. B. Strong, D.D., Dean of 

Christ Church. 
Rt. Hon. Sir William R. Anson, 

Bart., D.C.L., Warden of All 

Souls. 
Lord Hugh R. H. Cecil, M.A. 
[ Hertford, LL.D. 
A. S. L. Farquharson, M.A. Univ. 
J. L. Stocks, M.A. St. John's. 
Sir E. J. Trevelyan, D.C.L. All 

Souls. 
A. D. Godley, M.A. Magdalen. 
F. Madan, M.A. B.N.C. 
R. L. Poole, M.A. Magdalen. 
C. Leudesdorf, M.A. Pembroke. 
E. S. Craig, M.A. Univ. 



Balliol 



Brasenose 



Christ Church 

Corpus Christi College 

Exeter 



Warden Rt. Hon. Sir W. R. Anson, 

Bart., D.C.L. 
Master J. L. Strachan-Davidson, 

M.A. 
Principal C. B. Heberden, M.A., 
Hon. D.C.L. 
T. B. Strong, D.D. 
T. Case, M.A. 
L. R. Farnell, D.Litt.* 



Dean 
President 
,, Rector 

* Elected 1913 vice W. W. Jackson, D.D., resigned 
385 



2 B 



386 


OXFORD 


Hertford College 


Principal 


Jesus 


» 


Lincoln 


Rector 


Magdalen 


President 


Merton 


Warden 


New 


,, 


Oriel 


Provost 


Pembroke 


Master 


Queen's 


Provost 


St. John's 


President 


Trinity 




University 


Master 


Wadham 


Warden 


Worcester 


Provost 


St. Edmund Hall 


Principal 


Keble College (New 


Warden 


Foundation) 




Censor of Non-Collegiate 


Students — R. 


PRIVATE HOSTELS 




Marcon's Hall 


Licensed 




Master 


Pope's Hall 


tt 


Parker's Hall 





H. Boyd, D.D. 

Rt. Hon. Sir John Rhys, 

M.A., D.Litt. 
W. W. Merry, D.D. 
T. H. Warren, M.A., Hon. 

D.C.L. 
T. Bowman, M.A. 
W. A. Spooner, D.D. 
C. L. Shadwell, D.C.L. 
Rt. Rev. J. Mitchinson, 

D.C.L. 
J. R. Magrath, D.D. 
H. A. James, D.D. 
H. E. D. Blakiston, D.D. 
R. W. Macan, M.A., D.Litt. 
J. Wells, M.A.* 
C. H. O. Daniel, D.D. 
H. H. Williams, M.A.f 
W. Lock, D.D. 

W. M. Pope, D.D. Wore. 



C. A. Marcon, M.A. 

J. O'F. Pope, M.A. 
E. S. A. Parker, M.A. 



RECOGNIZED SOCIETIES OF WOMEN STUDENTS 

Principal 



Lady Margaret Hall 
Somerville College 
St. Hugh's College 
St. Hilda's Hall 
Society of Oxford Home 
Students 

Secretary to the Delegates for the Supervision of Women Students : 
R. W. Jeffery, M.A. B.N.C. 



Miss H. Jex Blake. 
Miss E. Penrose, M.A. 
Miss C. A. E. Moberly. 
Miss Burrows. 
Mrs. A. H. Johnson. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

AGRICULTURE, v. Rural Econ. gunther, r. w. t. 



ANATOMY [Lee's Reader. 

BARCLAY, J., M.A., B.MUS. CH.CH. 

Comparative Anatomy 

BOURNE, G. C, M.A., D.SC. MERT. 

Linacre Prof. 



M.A. MAGD. 

Lectr. 



GOODRICH, E. S., M.A. MERT. 

Aldrichian Demr. 
Demr. 
Demr. 



SMITH, G. W., M.A. NEW 
SPEYER, E. R., B.A. NEW 



* Elected 191 3 vice P. A. Wright-Henderson, D.D., resigned. 
\ Appointed 191 3 vice E. Moore, D.D. 



OXFORD 



387 



Human Anatomy 

THOMSON, A., M.A. 

B.N.C. 
WHITNALL, S. E., B.M., 



EXE. 



M.A. 



AND 

Prof. 

MAGD. 

Demr. 
Asst. Demr. 

B.M., M.A. 



FOSTER, E. C, M.R.C.S. 
DODDS-PARKER, A. P 

magd. (Applied Anat.) Lectr. 
Physical A nthropology 
buxton, l. h. d., b.a. exe. Demr. 

ANTHROPOLOGY, Social 

MARETT, R. R., M.A., D.SC. EXE. 

Reader. 

ARCHEOLOGY (v. also Class. A .) 
Assyriology [Prof. 

SAYCE, A. H., M.A., HON. D.LITT. QU. 
BALL, C. J., M.A., D.LITT. QU. Lectr. 
LANGDON, S., HON. M.A. JES. 

Shillito Reader. 
Egyptology 
Griffith, f. l., m.a. qu. Reader. 
Papyrology 

HUNT, A. S., M.A., D.LITT. QU. Prof. 

Prehistoric Archceol. 

EVANS, SIR A. J., D.LITT., 
M.A. B.N.C. Prof. 

ART (v. also Class. Archceol.) 
Drawing [Ruskin Master. 

MACDONALD, A., HON. M.A. WORC. 

Fine Art 
image, s., m.a. new Slade Prof. 

A STRONOM Y [Savilian Prof. 

TURNER, H. H., M.A., D.SC. NEW. 
RAMBAUT, A. A., M.A. QU. 

Radcliffe Observer. 
BIOLOGY (v. also Zoology) 

JENKINSON, J. W., M.A., D.SC. 

exe. Lectr. 



CHEMISTRY [Waynflete Prof. 

PERKIN, W. H., M.A. MAGD., PH.D. 

WURZ., M.SC. MANC, SC.D. 

CAMB., LL.D. EDIN. 
FISHER, W. W., M.A. 

Aldrichian Demr. 

MARSH, J. E., M.A. MERT. Demr. 

SIDGWICK, N. V., M.A. LINC. 
WALDEN, A. F., M.A. NEW 
LAMBERT, B., M.A. MERT. 
CHATTAWAY, F. D., M.A., D.SC. 

ch.ch. Demr. 

FURNESS, R., B.SC. MANC. Asst. 

FARGHER, R. G., B.SC. MANC. 

CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 

FARNELL, L. R., M.A., D.LITT. EXE. 

Lectr. 

Class. Archceol. and Art 

GARDNER, P., M.A. LINC. 

Lie. and Mert. Prof. 
DIVINITY (v. also Theol.) 

HOLLAND, H. S., D.D., HON. D.LITT. 

ch.ch. Reg. Prof. 

SANDAY, W., D.D. CH.CH. 

Margaret Prof. 
ECONOMICS, v. Pol. Econ. 

EDUCATION 

keatinge, m. w., m.a. exe. Reader. 

EMBRYOLOGY v. Zool. 
ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

JENKIN, C. F., M.A. B.N.C. Prof. 

PYE, D. R., M.A. NEW Assty 

HARPER, F. A., B.A. CAMB. Asst. 

Surveying 

MACKENZIE, N. F., HON. M.A. Instr. 

ETHNOLOGY, v. Anthropol. 






BOTANY [Sherardian Prof. 

VINES, S. H., M.A. MAGD. 
CHURCH, A. H., M.A., D.SC. JES. 

Lectr. and Senr. Demr. 
hiley, w. e., m.a. qu. (Investi- 
gator in Forestry) Demr. 



FORESTRY (v. also Botany, Sur- 
veying) [Prof, and Reader. 

SCHLICH, SIR WILLIAM, M.A. ST. J. 
TROUP, R. S. Asst. 

osmaston, b. b. Adviser. 

SPEYER, E. R. f B.A. NEW Investr, 



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GEOGRAPHY (v. also Surveying) 

HERBERTSON, A. J., M.A. WADH. 

Prof, and Reader. 

BECKIT, H. O., M.A. BALL. Asst. 

macmunn, nora e. Demr. 

OGILVIE, A. G., B.A. MAGD. 

Junr. Demr. 
GEOLOGY [Prof. 

SOLLAS, W. J., M.A. UNIV. AND QU. 
VAUGHAN, A., M.A. UNIV. LeCtT. 

DOUGLAS, J. A., M.A., B.SC. KEB. 

Demr. 
GEOMETRY 
esson, w., m.a. new Savilian Prof. 

HISTORY (v. also Archceol., Pol. 
Econ., Mtlit., Theol.) 
Ancient Hist. [Camden Prof. 

HAVERFIELD, F. J., M.A. B.N.C. 
MYRES, J. L., M.A. NEW 

Wykeham Prof. 
Colonial Hist. [Beit Prof. 

EGERTON, H. E., M.A. ALL S. 
COUPLAND, R., M.A.TRIN. BeitLeCtT. 

Diplomatic 

POOLE, R. L., M.A. MAGD. Lectr. 

English Hist. [Lectr. 

LITTLE, A. G., M.A. BALL. Ford's 

Foreign Hist. [Chichele Lectr. 

BASKERVILLE, G., M.A. KEB. 

Indian Hist. [Reader. 

HUTTON, VEN. W. H., M.A., B.D. ST. J. 

Modern Hist. 

FIRTH, C. H., M.A. OR. Reg. Prof. 
OMAN, C. W. C, M.A. ALL S. 

Chichele Prof. 
U.S.A. Hist. 6- Institns. [Lectr. 

HADLEY, A. T., PRESIDENT OF YALE 

LANGUAGES and Literature (v. 
also Philol., Phonetics, and 
Poetry) 
A nglo-Saxon 

NAPIER, PROF. A. S. (V. Engl.) 

Rawlinsonian Prof. 
Arabic 

MARGOLIOUTH, D. S., M.A., D.LITT. 

new Laudian Prof. 

SHEIKH MUH. HASANEIN ABDUL- 

razek Teacher. 



J. F., M.A. 



M.A. 



Lectr. 



Lectr. 



JOHN, M.A., 

Jesus Prof. 



Aramaic 

STENNING, J. F., M.A. WADH. Lectr. 

Bengali 

BLUMHARDT, 

Burmese 

BRIDGES, J. E.. 

Celtic 

RHYS, RT. HON. SIR 
D.LITT. JESUS 

Chinese 

BULLOCK, T. L., M.A. NEW Prof. 

English [Goldsmiths' Reader. 

SMITH, D. NICHOL, M.A. WORC. 
TIDDY, R. J. E., M.A. TRIN. Lectr. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

NAPIER, A. S., M.A., D.LITT. MERT. 

Merton Prof. 
English Lit. 

RALEIGH, SIR WALTER A., M.A. 
MAGD. Prof. 

French [Taylorian Lectr. 

BERTHON, H. E., M.A. WADH. 
FANNIERE, E., LIC.-ES-L. 
WATERS, C. G. R., B.A. KEBLE ,, 

German 

WILLOUGHBY, L. A., M.A. LOND., 

ph.d. Vienna Taylorian Lectr. 

SCHELLENBERG, O. 

German Lang, and Lit. [Prof. 
fiedler, h. g., m.a. qu. Taylorian 
Greek 

MURRAY, G. G. A., M.A., D.LITT. 

ch.ch. Reg. Prof. 

MENARDOS, S., HON. M.A. 

{Late Greek) Lectr. 

TOD, M. N., M.A. OR. 

{Epigraphy) Lectr. 
[Reg. 

R., D.D. CH.CH. 



Prof. 



Hebrew 

DRIVER, S. 

Hindustani 
hoey, w., m.a. jes. Lectr. 

Italian [Lectr. 

foligno, c, m.a. qu. Taylorian 

Latin 

CLARK, A. C, M.A. QU. Corpus Prof. 

Marathi 
jopp, c. h. K., m.a. new Lectr. 



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Persian 

RANKING, G. S. A., M.A. BALL. Lectr. 

Romance Langs. [lorian Prof. 

STUDER, P., M.A., D.LIT. LOND.Tay- 

Russian 
forbes, n., m.a. ball. Reader. 
Sanskrit [Boden Prof. 

MACDONELL, A. A., M.A. BALL. 

Scandinavian Langs. [Lectr. 
craigie, w. a., m.a. or. Taylorian 
Spanish 

DON. F. DE ARTEAGA Y PEREIRA, 

m.a. worc. Taylorian Lectr. 
Tamil and Telugu [Lectr. 

DON MARTINO DE ZILVA WICKRE- 
MASINGHE, HON. M.A. JES. 

LAW 

Civil Law 

GOUDY, H. ,D.C.L. ALL S. Reg. Prof. 

Crim. Law and Evidence 

TROTTER, V. M. C, M.A. BALL. Lectr. 

English Law [Vinerian Prof. 

GELDART, W. M., B.C.L., M.A., ALLS. 
HOLDSWORTH, W. S., D.C.L. ST. J. 

All Souls Reader. 
Indian Law [Reader. 

TREVELYAN, SIR E. J., D.C.L. ALL S. 

Internat. Law and Diplomacy 

RICHARDS, SIR H. ERLE, K.C.S.I., 
B.C.L., M.A. ALL S. 

Chichele Prof. 

Internat. Law (Private) 
vacant Lectr. 

Jurispr. 

VINOGRADOFF, P., M.A., HON. D.C.L. 

c.c.c. Corpus Prof. 

Roman Law [Reader. 

DE ZULUETA, F., M.A. NEW All Souls 

LOGIC [Prof. 

wilson, j. c, m.a. new Wykeham 

MATHEMATICS, Pure (v. also 
Geom.) [Waynflete Prof. 

ELLIOTT, E. B., M.A. MAGD. 

MEDICINE and Surgery 
Medicine 

OSLER, SIR WILLIAM, BART., D.M., 

hon. d.sc. ch.ch. Reg. Prof. 



COLLIER, W., M.A. EXE. 

Litchfield Lectr. 
Ophthalmology 

ADAMS, P. E. H., B.M., M.A. EXE. 

Margaret Ogilvie's Reader. 

Pathology 

DREYER, G., M.A. LINC. Prof. 

WALKER, E. W. A., D.M. UNIV. Lectr. 

gibson, a. g., d.m. ch.ch. Demr. 

BAZETT, H. C, B.M., M.A. MAGD. ,, 

Pharmacology 
gunn, j. A., m.a. qu. Reader. 

Surgery 

DODDS-PARKER, A. P., B.M., M.A. 

magd. Litchfield Lectr. 



MILITARY HISTORY 

WILKINSON, H. SPENSER 
ALL S. 



M.A. 

Chichele Prof. 



M IN ERA LOG Y [Waynflete Prof. 

BOWMAN, H. L., M.A., D.SC. MAGD. 
BARKER, T. V., M.A., B.SC. B.N.C. 

Demr. 
MUSIC 

PARRATT, SIR WALTER, M.A., D.MUS. 
MAGD. Prof. 

ALLEN, H. P., M.A., D.MUS. NEW 

Choragus (Asst. to the Prof.). 

ORIENTAL Languages, v. Langs, 
and Lit. 

PHILOLOGY, Comparative 

WRIGHT, J., M.A. EXE. Prof. 

Zend Philology 

MILLS, L. H., HON. M.A. Prof. 

PHILOSOPHY (v. also Logic) 
Mental Philos. [Wilde Reader. 

m'dougall, w., m.a. c.c.c. 
Moral and Metaphys. Philos. 

SMITH, J. A., M.A. MAGD. 

Waynflete Prof. 

Moral Philos. [Prof. 

stewart, j. a., m.a. c.c.c. White's 

PHILOSOPHY, Experimental 

CLIFTON, R. B., M.A. MERT. AND 

wadh. Prof. 



390 OXFORD 

WALKER, J., M.A. CH.CH. Demr. 

GRIFFITH, I. O., M.A. ST. J. 



Asst. Demr. 

WEBB, F. J., B.A. B.N.C. 
MACKIE, J. H., B.A. B.N.C. 

PHILOSOPHY, Natural 

LOVE, A. E. H., M.A., D.SC. QU. 

Sedleian Prof. 

PHONETICS [Lectr. 

jones, d., m.a. camb. Taylorian 

PH YSICS [Wykeham Prof. 

TOWNSEND, J. S. E., M.A. NEW 
BAYNES, R. E., M.A. CH.CH. 

Lee's Reader. 
craig, e. s., m.a. univ. Demr. 

pidduck, f. b., m.a. qu. Demr. 

GILL, W. B., M.A., B.SC. MERT. Demr. 

tizard, h. t., m.a. or. Demr. 

smith, s., b.a. exe. Demr. 

PHYSIOLOGY [Waynflete Prof. 

SHERRINGTON, C. S., D.SC. MAGD. 

haldane, j. s., m.a. new Reader. 

SCOTT, S. G., B.M., M.A. MAGD. Demr. 
RAMSDEN, W., D.M. PEMB. Demr. 
VERNON, H. M., D.M. MAGD. Demr. 



BURCH, G. 


J- 


, M.A 


.., D.SC. NON-COLL. 












Demr. 


DOUGLAS, 


C. 


G., 


B.M., 


M.A. 


., B.SC. 


ST. J. 










Demr. 


POETRY 

WARREN, 


T. 


H., 


M.A., 


HON. 


D.C.L. 


MAGE 


i. 








Prof. 



POLITICAL THEORY and 

Institns. [Gladstone Prof. 

ADAMS, W. G. S., M.A. ALL S. 

RELIGION, Natural and Comp. 

WEBB, C. C. J., M.A. MAGD. 

Wilde Lectr. 

RURAL ECONOMY (v. also. 
Forestry) [Sibthorpian Prof. 

SOMERVILLE, W., M.A., D.SC. ST. J. 
HARPER, A. G., B.A. MAGD. Demr. 

Agric. Chemistry [Addl. Demr. 

MORISON, C. G. T., M.A. BALL. 

Agric. Economics [of Research. 
orwin, c. s., m.a., f.s.i. Director 

SURVEYING for Engineering, 
Forestry, and Geog. Students. 

MACKENZIE, N. F., HON. M.A. Instr. 

THEOLOGY (v. also Div. and 
Religion) 
Biblical Studies 

CHARLES, R. H., M.A., D.LITT. 

mert. Speaker's Lectr.. 

Eccl. Hist [Prof. 

WATSON, E. W., D.D. CH.CH. Reg. 

Exegesis [Prof. 

lock,w., d.d. keb. Dean Ireland's 

Interpretation of Holy Script. 
cooke, g. A., d.d. or. Oriel Prof. 

Pastoral Theology [Prof. 

OTTLEY, R. L., D.D. CH.CH. Reg. 

Septuagint [Grinfield Lectr. 

BURNEY, C. F., M.A., D.LITT. ST. J. 



POLITICAL ECONOMY 

EDGEWORTH, F. Y., M.A. ALL S. 

Drummond Prof. 
Economic History 
price, l. l., m.a. or. Reader. 



Z00L0G Y [Hope Prof. 

POULTON, E. B., M.A., D.SC. JES. 

Embryology , Comp. and Exper. 

JENKINSON, J. W., M.A., D.SC. 

exe. Lectr. 



CHANGES IN STAFF 

Adams, C. F., apptd. Lectr. on Hist., &c, of U.S.A., and resigned. 
Adams, P. E. H., apptd. Margaret Oglivie's Reader in Ophth. 
Adams, W. G. S., Reader, elected Gladstone Prof, of Pol. Theory 
and Institns. 



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Bazett, H. C, apptd. Demr. in Pathol. 

Brown, P. Hume, Prof, of Anc. Hist, and Palaeog., Edin., apptd. 

Ford's Lectr. in Engl. Hist., and resigned. 
Buxton, L. H. D., apptd. Demr. in Phys. Anthrop. 
Collier, W., apptd. Litchfield Lectr. in Med. 
Coupland, R., apptd. vice Curtis. 

Curtis, L. G., M.A. New, Beit Lectr. in Col. Hist., resigned. 
Davis, H. W. C, apptd. Chichele Lectr. in Foreign Hist. 
Ellis, R., Corpus Prof, of Latin, deceased. 
Fargher, R.*G., apptd. Asst. in Chem. 
Furness, R., apptd. Asst. in Chem. 
Gotch, F., Waynflete Prof, of Physiol., deceased. 
Harper, A. G., B.A. Magd., apptd. Demr. in Rural Econ. 
Harper, F. A., apptd. Asst. in Engin. Science. 
Hunt, A. S., Lectr. in Papyrology, apptd. Prof. 
Hutton, W. H., apptd. vice Owen. 
Jones, D., apptd. Taylorian Lectr. in Phonetics. 
Mackie, J. H., apptd. Asst. in Exper. Philos. 
Owen, S. J., Reader in Indian Hist., deceased. 
Perkin, W. H., Prof, of Organic Chem., Mane, elected Waynflete 

Prof, of Chem. 
Schellenberg, O., apptd. Taylorian Lectr. in German. 
Sheikh Muh. Hasanein Abdul-Razek apptd. vice Sheikh Muh. 

Ahmad Gad Al-Maula, Teacher of Arabic, resigned. 
Sherrington, C. S., Prof, in Liv. Univ., elected vice Gotch. 
Waters, E. G. R., apptd. Taylorian Lectr. in French. 
Webb, F. J., apptd. Asst. Demr. in Exper, Philos. 



THE COLLEGES 

[Fellows who are Univ. Profs, are not included in the following lists.] 

All Souls College. Founded 1437. Warden — Rt. Hon. Sir 
William R. Anson, Bart.. D.C.L. 

Fellows : Archibald, J. G., M.A. ; Bell, K. N., M.A. ; Brand, 
Hon. R. H., M.A. ; Butler, H. B., M.A. ; Cholmondeley, F. G., M.A. ; 
Clarke, F., M.A. ; Compton, F., D.C.L. ; Craster, H. H. E., M.A. ; 
Cruttwell, C. R. M. F., M.A. ; Cunliffe, Sir F. H. E., Bart., M.A. ; 
Dearie, N. B., M.A. ; Dicey, A. V., M.A., B.C.L., Hon. D.C.L. ; Greene, 
W. A., M.A. ; Gwyer, M. L., B.C.L., M.A. ; Holland, T. E., D.C.L. ; 
Hulton, A. E. G., M.A., Dean ; Johnson, A. H., M.A. ; Ker, W. P., 
M.A. ; Lang, Rt. Hon. and Most Rev. C. G., M.A., Hon. D.D. ; 
McDowall, A. S., M.A. ; Malcolm, D. O., M.A. ; Marsden, G., M.A. ; 
Mowbray, Sir Robert G. C, Bart., M.A. ; Pember, F. W., M.A., Estates 
Bursar ; Pollard, A. F., M.A. ; Radcliffe, J. D. H., B.C.L., M.A. ; 
Raleigh, Sir Thomas, D.C.L. ; Robertson, C. G., M.A., Domestic 
Bursar ; Robinson, G. G., M.A. ; Simon, Rt. Hon. Sir John A., M.A., 
Sub-Warden ; Trevelyan, Sir Ernest J., D.C.L. ; Williams, A. T. P., 
M.A. ; Young, G. M., M.A. 



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Balliol College. Founded 1 263-1 268. Master — J. L. Strachan- 
Davidson, M.A. 

Fellows : Bailey, C, M.A., Classical *, Dean of Examinations and 
Tutor for Admissions ; Davis, H. W. C, M.A., Classical * ; Gibson, 
R., M.A., Classical * ; Hartley, H. B., M.A., Science *, Bedford Lectr. 
in Phys. Chem., and Junior Bursar ; Hilliard, E., M.A., * Law and 
Senior Bursar ; Lindsay, A. D., M.A., Classical * and Jowett Lectr. 
in Philos. ; Markby, Sir William, D.C.L. ; Newman, W. L., M.A , 
Hon. D.Litt. ; Pickard-Cambridge, A. W., M.A., Classical*, Jowett 
Lectr. in Greek Lang, and Lit. ; Smith, A. L., M.A., Modern Hist. * 
and Senior Dean ; Talbot, N. S., M.A., Theol. and Classical * and Junior 
Dean ; Toynbee, A. J., B.A., Classical * ; Urquhart, F. F., M.A., 
X Modern Hist, and Junior Bursar (Domestic). 

Other Tutors and Lectrs. : Bourdillon, F. B., B.A., J Modern 
Langs. ; Bourdillon, R. B., B.A., J Chem. ; Gibbon, H. H., M.A., 
Catechetical % ; Russell, J. W., M.A., Mert., Math. * ; Stone, C. G., 
B.A., Hist. J. 

Director of Music : Walker, E., D.Mus., M.A. 

Brasenose College. Founded 1509. Principal — C. B. Heberden, 
M.A., Hon. D.C.L. Vice-Principal— F. W. Bussell, D.D., B.Mus., 

* Litt. Hum. and Modern Hist. 

Fellows : Barker, T. V., M.A., B.Sc. ; Butler, A. J., D.Litt., 
Bursar ; Fox, H. F., M.A., * Classics ; Hutchison, R. H., B.A., 
I Classics ; Jenkinson, A. J., M.A., * Litt. Hum. ; Sampson, C. H., 
M.A., Senior Tutor Maths. ; Sonnenschein, W. T. S., M.A., Junior 
Dean, J Law ; Stocker, W. N., M.A., J Nat. Science ; Wace, H. C. 
M.A., * Theol. and Classics ; Wakeling, G. H., M.A., Senior Dean, 

* Modern Hist. 

Other Lectrs. : Angel, A., M.A., B.Sc, Chem. ; Grundy, G. B., 
D.Litt., Anc. Hist. ; Jeffery, R. W., M.A., Hulme Lectr. in Modern 
Hist. ; Vernon, H. M., D.M., Physiol. 

Christ Church. Founded 1546. Dean — T. B. Strong, D.D. 
Students (equivalent to Fellows) : Anderson, J. G. C, M.A., 

* Classics ; Barclay, J., M.A., B.Mus., * ; Baynes, R. E„ M.A., * ; 
Beazley, J. D., M.A., * Classics ; Bell, G. K. A., M.A., * Classics ; 
Benson, R. M., M.A. ; Blunt, H. W., M.A., * Classics ; Carter, A. T., 
D.C.L., * Law ; Chaundy, T. W., B.A., % Maths. ; Dundas, R. H., 
M.A., * Classics ; Feiling, K. G., M.A., * History ; Fisher, C. D., 
M.A., Censor, * Classics ; Hassall, A., M.A., * Hist. ; Hutchinson, 
G. T., M.A., Treasurer ; Madan, A. C, M.A. ; Murray, J., M.A., 
Censor, * Classics ; Owen, S. G., M.A., * Classics ; Payne-Smith, 
W. H., M.A. ; Sampson, E. F., M.A. ; Slessor, Capt. A. K., M.A. 

Other Lectrs. : Masterman, J. C, B.A. ; Rawlinson, A. E. J., M.A. 

Corpus Christi College. Founded 15 16. President — T. Case, 
M.A. 

Fellows : Grundy, G. B., M.A., D.Litt., * ; Hollings, H. de B., 
M.A,, B.C.L. ; Jollifife, A. E„ M.A,, * $ Maths. ; Little, W., M.A. ; 
* Tutor. 1 Lecturer. 



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Livingstone. R. W., M.A., Asst. Tutor ; Mowat, R. B.. M.A., Dean 
and Asst. Tutor ; Oddie, J. W., M.A. ; Phcips, W., M.A., Vice- 
President and Asst. Tutor ; Plummer, C, M.A. ; Schiller, F. C. S., 
M.A., D.Sc., * ; Sidgwick, A., M.A. 

Other Lectrs. : Miles, J. C, M.A., Mert., Jurispr. ; Lambert, B., 
M.A., Mert., Nat. Science. 

Bursar : Lightfoot, H. Le B., M.A. 

Exeter College. Founded 13 14. Rector — L. R. Farnell, D.Litt., 
also Classical Lectr. 

Fellows : Atkinson, C. T., M.A., $ Modern Hist. ; Balleine, C. P., 
M.A., Classical *, Sub-Rector ; Barber, E. A., M.A., * J Classics ; 
Cheshire, G. C, B.C.L., M.A., J Law ; Henderson, B. W., M.A., D.Litt., 
Senior Tutor, J Anc. Hist. ; How, A. B., M.A., Classical J, Bursar ; 
Jenkinson, J. W., M.A., D.Sc, $ Animal Morphology ; Marett, R. R., 
M.A., D.Sc, * Dean, | Philos. ; Williams, N. P., M.A., Chaplain 
Fellow, % Theol. 

Other Lectrs.: Burney, C. F., M.A., D.Litt., St. J., Hebrew ; Church, 
A. H., M.A., Jes., Bot. ; Griffith, I. O., M.A., St. J., Maths. ; Marsh, 
T. E., M.A., Mert., Chem. ; Stampa, L., M.A., Magd., Modern Hist. 

Hertford College. Founded 1874. Principal — H. Boyd, D.D. 

Fellows : Bennett, E. N., M.A. ; Burroughs, E. A., M.A., 
* J Classics ; Campbell, J. E., M.A., Senior Tutor, Junior Bursar, 
J Maths. ; Denniston, J. D., M.A., J Classics ; Gwilliam, G. H., B.D. ; 
Haselfoot, C. E., M.A., * J Nat. Science ; Hervey, Lord Francis, M.A.; 
Jackson, C. N., M.A., Senior Bursar ; Jeans, C. E., M.A. ; Lockhart, 
J. S., M.A. ; Sargent, J. Y., M.A. ; Whatley, N., M.A., Dean, $ Anc. 
Hist. ; Williams, H. H., M.A. 

Other Lectrs. : Cruttwell, C. R. M. F., M.A., All S., Modern Hist. 

Jesus College. Founded 1571. Principal — Rt. Hon. Sir John 
Rh£s, M.A., D.Litt. 

Fellows : Chapman, D. L., M.A., F.R.S., Asst. Tutor, Chem., Phys. ; 
de Winton, Ven. F. H., M.A. ; Evans, W. F., M.A. ; Genner, E. E., 
M.A., Asst. Tutor, Latin and Greek Classics for Hon. Mods. ; Griffiths, 
J., M.A. ; Hardy, E. G., M.A., D.Litt., Vice-Principal, * Litt. Hum. 
for Final School ; Hazel, A. E. W., M.A., B.C.L., Dean, Asst. Tutor, 
% Latin and Law ; Hughes, W. H., M.A., * Latin and Greek, Pol. 
Econ., Bursar. 

Research Fellow : Ellis, R., M.A., Welsh. 

Assistant Tutors : Jolliflfe, A. E., M.A., Maths. ; Pickard-Cambridge, 
W. A., M.A., Classics and Philos. for Hon. Mods, and School of Litt. 
Hum. 

Other Lectrs. : Atkinson, C. T., M.A., Mod. Hist. ; Holmes, S., 
M.A., Theol. ; Mowat, R. B., M.A., Mod. Hist. ; Snow, T. C, M.A., 
Engl. Lang, and Lit. ; Stenning, J. F., M.A., Wadh., Oriental Langs. ; 
Wickremasinghe, M. de Z., Hon. M.A., Pali and Prakrit ; Williams, 
A. T. P., B.A., All S., Mod. Hist. 

* Tutor. t Lecturer. 



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Lincoln College. Founded 1427. Rector — W. W. Merry, D.D. 

Fellows : Carlyle, E. I., M.A., * % Modern Hist. ; Dudden, F. H., 
D.D., % Theol. ; Fowler, W. W., M.A. ; Marchant. E. C, M.A., *, Sub- 
Rector, and Domestic Bursar ; Moberly, W. H., M.A., % Philos. ; 
Munro, J. A. R., M.A., Bursar, % Arte. Hist., Dean of Degrees ; Piatt, 
H. E. P., M.A. ; Sidgwick, N. V., M.A., % Nat. Science. 

Magdalen College. Founded 1458. President — T. H. Warren, 
M.A., Hon. D.C.L. 

Fellows : Baker, G. E., M.A. ; Bell, C. F., M.A. ; Benecke, P. V. M., 
M.A., Classical *, Home Bursar ; Brightman, F. E., M.A., Theo- 
logical * ; Carter, C. R., M.A. ; Cookson, C, M.A., Classical *, Secy, 
to Tutorial Board ; Coolidge, W. A. B., M.A. ; Cowley, A. E., M.A., 
D.Litt. ; Fotheringham, J. K., M.A., D.Litt. ; Godley, A. D., M.A. ; 
Gordon, G. S., M.A. ; Giinther, R. W. T., M.A., * Nat. Science ; 
Hogarth, D. G., M.A. ; Johnston, J. L., M.A., Senior Dean of Arts, 
Classical J ; Macray, W. D., M.A., Hon. D.Litt. ; Mackworth, A. C. P. f 
M.A., ^Classics ; Miers, Sir H. A., M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S. ; Pedder, A. L., 
M.A., Math. * ; Poole, R. L., M.A. ; Smith, A. L. F., M.A., Junior 
Dean of Arts, * Hist. ; Smith, H. A., M.A., * Law ; Thompson, 
J. M., M.A., * Dean of Divinity ; Turner, C. H., M.A. ; Underhill, 
G. E., M.A., Classical * ; Vernon, H. M., D.M., Demr. and Lectr. in 
Physiol. ; Webb, C. C. J., M.A., Classical * ; Wilson, H. A., M.A. 

Other Tutors and Lectrs. : Kemshead, C. T. T., M.A., % Modern 
Langs. ; Lee, S. G., B.A., J Hist. ; Manley, J. J., Hon. M.A., Curator 
of the Daubeny Lab., Demr. in Chem. ; Moore, T. S., M.A., * Nat. 
Science ; Robertson, C. G., M.A., *History ; Wakeling, G. H., M.A., 
X History. 

Merton College. Founded 1264. Warden — T. Bowman, M.A. 

Fellows : Allen, P. S., M.A. ; Bradley, F. H., M.A. ; Brook, R., 
M.A., Div. t, Theol. * ; Charles, R. H., M.A., D.Litt. ; Dixon, A. L., 
M.A., F.R.S.,*, Dean ; Fyfe, W. H., M.A., Principal of Postmrs., Class.*; 
Garrod, H. W., M.A., Sub- Warden, Class. * ; Gill, W. B., M.A., 
B.Sc. ; Goodrich, E. S., M.A., F.R.S. ; How, W. W., M.A., Sen. Tutor, 
Class, and Anc. Hist. * ; Joachim, H. H., M.A., Philos. * ; Marsh, 
J. E., M.A., F.R.S. ; Miles, J. C, M.A., Law *, Dom. Bursar ; Powicke, 
F. M., M.A. ; Watts, J., M.A., Tutor in Nat. Science. 

Other Lectrs. : Johnson, A. H., M.A., All S., Modern Hist. ; Watts, 
J., M.A., Ball., Nat. Science. 

New College. Founded 1379. Warden — W. A. Spooner, D.D. 

Fellows : Allen, H. P., D.Mus., M.A. ; Barker, E., M.A., * Modern 
Hist. ; Cheesman, G. L., M.A., % Anc. Hist. ; Courtney, W. L., M.A. 
de Zulueta, F., M.A., * Law, Sub- Warden ; Dickins, H. C, M.A. 
Fisher, H. A. L., M.A. ! ; 'Haldane, J. S., M.A., F.R.S. ; Hayes, E. H. 
M.A., * Maths., Dean of Arts ; Heath, A. G., M.A., $., Philos., Classics 
Henderson, H. L., M.A., * Classics ; Hunter, L. W., M.A., J Classics 
Joseph, H. W. B., M.A., Junior Bursar, * Philos. and Classics ; Legg, 
* Tutor. t Lecturer. 



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L. G.W., M.A., Dean, and Dean of Divinity, *Modem History ; Matheson, 
P. E., M.A., * Anc. Hist, and Classics ; Milner, Rt. Hon. A., Viscount, 
M.A., Hon. D.C.L. ; Moyle, J. B„ D.C.L., Senior Bursar ; Ogg, D., 
B.A., J Modern Hist. ; Prestige, G. L., B.A., J ; Prickard, A. O., M.A. ; 
Pye, D. R., M.A., % Engin. Science ; Rashdall, H., M.A., D.Litt., 
$ Philos. ; Robinson, W. C, M.A. ; Rowden, F., M.A. ; Schuster, 

E. H. J., M.A., D.Sc. ; Smith, G. W., M.A., * Zool. ; Walden, A. F... 
M.A., * X Chem. 

Oriel College. Founded 1326. Provost — C. L. Shadwell, D.C.L. 

Fellows : Hall, F. H., M.A., *, Dean ; Lewis, W. J., M.A., F.R.S. ; 
Trice, L. L. F. R., M.A., Treasurer ; Phelps, L. R., M.A., * ; Richards, 
G. C, M.A., * ; Ross, W. D., M.A., * ; Tizard, H. T., M.A., % Natural 
Science ; Tod, M. N., M.A., Assistant Tutor. 

Other Lectrs. : Brook, R., M.A., Divinity ; Dixon, A. L., M.A., 
Mathematics ; Lee, R. W., B.C.L., M.A., Jurisprudence ; Montague, 

F. C, M.A., Modern History. 

Pembroke College. Founded 1624. Master — Rt. Rev. J. 
Mitchinson, D.C.L., % Responsions Grammar. 

Fellows : Allen, G. B., M.A., Dean, * Pass Classical Subjects, 
Theology, Dean ; Brown, J. R., M.A., Junior Bursar, % Classics and Anc. 
Hist. ; Collingwood, R. G., B.A., J Classics and Philos. ; Drake, H. L. f 
M.A., Junior Dean, * Hon. Mod. Classics ; Leudesdorf, C, M.A., 
Vicegerent ; Ramsden, W., D.M. ; Wood, G., M.A., Senior Bursar. 

Other Lectrs. : Brabant, F. G., M.A., Pass Maths. ; Campbell, 
J. E., M.A., Hert., Honour Maths. ; Hazel, A. E. W., B.C.L., M.A., Jes., 
Jurispr. ; Penson, T. H., M.A., Modern Hist. 

The Queen's College. Founded 1340. Provost — J. R. Magrath, 
D.D. Pro-Provost — E. Armstrong, M.A., J. 

Fellows : Allen, T. W., M.A., * Classics ; Armstrong, E., M.A., 
Lectr. Mod. Hist. ; Clark, A. C, M.A., * Classics ; Cronshaw, G. B., 
M.A., Bursar, J Nat. Science ; Grenfell, B. P., M.A., D.Litt. ; Hodgkin, 
R. H., M.A., % Mod. Hist. ; Morice, F. D., M.A. ; Paton, H. J., 
B.A., J Philos. ; Pidduck, F. B., M.A. ; Streeter, B. H., M.A., Dean, 
t Classics and Theol. ; Thompson, C. H., M.A., * Maths. ; Walker, 
E. M., M.A., Senior Tutor, Classics. 

Other Lectrs. : Chattaway, F. D., M.A., Chem. ; Hazel, A. E. W., 
B.C.L., M.A., Law ; Vernon, H. M., D.M., Physiol. 

St. John's College. Founded 1555. President — H. A. James, 
D.D. 

Fellows : Ball, S„ M.A., Senior Tutor, J Classics and Philos. ; 
Bidder, H. J., B.D., Principal Bursar ; Burney, C. F., D.Litt., M.A., 
t Hebrew; Dermer, E. C, B.D. ; Dickins, G., M.A., J Anc. Hist.; 
Douglas, C. G., B.Sc, D.M., % Nat. Science, Senior Dean of Arts ; 
Hall, F. W., M.A., *, Junior Bursar, % Classics ; Handyside, J.' 
M.A. ; Holdsworth, W. S., D.C.L., % Jurispr. ; Hutton, Ven. W. H/ 
* Tutor. 



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B.D. ; Poole, A. L., B.A., $ Modern Hist. ; Powell, J. U., M.A., 
* % Classics ; Pullan, L„ M.A., * J Theol. ; Stevenson, W. H., M.A., 
Vice-President, Senior Dean of Arts ; Stocks, J. L., M.A., $ Classics 
and Philos. 

Other Lectrs. : Griffith, I. O., M.A., Phys. ; Moore, T. S., M.A., 
Magd., Chem. ; Russell, J. W., M.A. Mert., Maths. 

Reader : George, T. P., B.A. 

Trinity College. Founded 1554-5. President — H. E. D. 
Blakiston, D.D., $ Classics. 

Fellows : Brierly, J. L., M.A., B.C.L., $ Law ; Coupland, R., 
M.A., %Anc. Hist., Dean; Green, M. H., M.A., % Classics ; Jones, 
H. S., M.A., Research Fellow ; Knox, R. A., M.A., % Classics ; Nagel 
D. H., M.A., * $ Nat. Science, Junior Bursar ; Patterson, M. W., 
M.A., * % Modern Hist. ; Prichard, H. A., M.A., % Philos. ; Raper, 
R. W., B.C.L., M.A., Vice-President, Senior Bursar, J Classics ; Tiddy, 
R. J. E., M.A., $ Classics and Engl. Lit. ; Weaver, J. R. H., M.A., 
X Modern Hist. 

Other Lectr. : Russell, J. W., M.A., Mert., Maths. 

University College. Founded 1249. Master — R. W. Macan, 
M.A., D.Litt. 

Fellows : Behan, J. C. V., B.C.L., M.A., % Law ; Bourdillon, R. B., 
B.A., Praelector in Chem. ; Carritt, E. F., M.A., Praelector in Logic; 
Farquharson, A. S. L., M.A., * Litt. Hum. and Dean ; Leys, K. K. M., 
M.A., Praelector in Modern Hist, and Junior Dean ; Parker, C. L., M.A., 
Praelector in Theol. ; Poynton, A. B., M.A., * Litt. Grcec. et Lat., Dean 
of Degrees and Bursar ; Skeffington, S. W., M.A. ; Stevenson, G. H., 
M.A., Praelector in Anc. Hist. ; Storr, V. F., M.A. ; Walker, E. W. A., 
D.M., * Nat. Philos. and Junior Dean. 

Other Lectrs. and Asst. Lectrs. : Campbell, J. E., M.A., Hert., 
Maths. ; Carlyle, A. J., M.A., D.Litt., Pol. Philos. and Econ. ; Church, 
A. H., M.A., Jes., Bot. ; Craig, E. S., M.A., Phys. and Engin. Science ; 
Johnson, A. H., M.A., All S., Modern Hist. ; Speyer, E. R., B.A., Zool.; 
Tiddy, R. J. E., M.A., Engl. Lang, and Lit. ; Vaughan, A., M.A., 
Geol. ; Walters, F. P., B.A., Classics. 

Wadham College. Founded 1612. Warden — J. Wells, M.A. 

Fellows : Dixey, F. A., D.M., F.R.S., Wills Medical Fellow, J Physiol, 
and Medical Subjects, Bursar ; Drewitt, J. A. J., M.A., J Classics and 
Philos. ; Richards, H. P., M.A., Sub-Warden, J Classics ; Stenning, 
J. F., M.A., Dean, X Div., Hebrew ; Stowe, A., M.A. ; Webster, E. W., 
M.A., * X Classics and Philos. 

Other Lectrs. : Griffith, I. O., M.A., St. J., Maths, and Phys. ; 
Lennard, R. V., M.A., New, Modern Hist. ; Smith, H. A., M.A., Magd., 
Jurispr. 

Worcester College. Founded 17 14. Provost — C. H. O. Daniel, 
D.D. 

* Tutor % Lecturer* 



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Fellows: Cunningham, H. J., M.A., *X Anc. Hist. ; Gerrans, H. T., 
M.A., $ Maths. ; Jackson, T. W., M.A. ; Lee, R. W., M.A., B.C.L., *, 
Vice-Provost, J Jurispr. ; Lys, F. J., M.A., *, Bursar ; Owen, R. H., 
M.A., % Classics ; Truslove, R., M.A., Dean, J Classics. 

Other Lectrs. : Burney, C. F., M.A., D.Litt., St. J., Theol. ; Marriott, 
J. A. R., M.A., New, Modern Hist. 

St. Edmund Hall. Founded 1229. Principal — H. H. Williams, 
M.A. 

Staff : Brewis, G. B., M.A., Senior Tutor ; Priestley, E. C, B.A., 
J Modern Hist. ; Simpson, D. C, M.A., * % Theol. and Hebrew. 

Keble College. Founded 1870. Warden — W. Lock, D.D. 
Sub-Warden— J. Tracey, M.A., * Lift. Hum. 

Other Tutors : Cooper, H. B., M.A., Dean of Degrees, Classics ; 
de la Hey, E. W. M. O., M.A., Theol. ; Jackson, W. H., M.A., D.Sc, 
Nat. Science ; Matheson, F. W., M.A., Theol. ; Morgan, F., M.A., 
Hist. ; Owen, A. S., M.A., Classics ; Reade, W. H. V., M.A., Dean of 
Coll., Litt. Hum. ; Simpson, D. C, M.A., Theol. 

Lectrs. : Baskerville, G., M.A., Hist. ; Champernowne, F. G., M.A., 
Bursar, Jurispr. ; Dale, R. F., B.Mus., M.A., Maths. 

Non-Collegiate Students. In 1 868 persons were first permitted 
under certain conditions to become students and members of the Univ. 
without being members of any Coll. or Hall. 

Censor : R. W. M. Pope, D.D., Wore. 

Tutors : Baker, J. B., M.A. ; Kendrew, W. G„ M.A. 

Honour Tutors and Lectrs. : Angel, A., M.A., B.Sc, Ch. Ch., Chem. ; 
Baker, J. B., M.A., Non-Coil., Modern Hist. ; Bouchier, E. S., M.A., 
Exe., Class. ; Cheshire, G. C, B.C.L., M.A., Exe., Jurispr. ; Dixey, 
F. A., D.M., F.R.S., Wadh., Physiol. ; Haselfoot, C. E., M.A., Hert., 
Phys. ; Jeffery, R. W., M.A., B.N.C., Modern Hist. ; Johnson, A. H., 
M.A., All S., Modern Hist. ; Kidd, B. J., D.D., Keb., Theol. ; Marriott, 
J. A. R., M.A., New Coll., Modern Hist. ; Smith, H. A., M.A., Magd., 
Jurispr. ; Snow, T. C, M.A., St. J., Engl. Lang, and Lit. ; Speyer, 

E. R., B.A., New, Zool. ; Stenning, J. F., M.A., Wadh., Hebrew ; 
Thompson, C. H., M.A., Qu., Mathematics. ; Underhill, G. E., M.A., 
Magd., Litt. Hum. ; Webb, C. C. J., M.A., Magd., Lilt. Hum. 

Marcon's Hall. Licensed Master — C. A. Marcon, M.A. Lectr. : 

F. G. Brabant, M.A., Classics and Maths. 



Pope's Hall. Licensed Master — J. O'F. Pope, M.A., Ch. Ch. 



Po] 

Parker's Hall. Licensed Master — E. S. A. Parker, M.A. 
* Tutor. I Lecturer. 

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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Convocation, consisting of all Masters of Arts and Doctors of the 
Faculties of Divinity, Civil Law, and Medicine who have their names 
on the Univ. books, has the power of confirming or rejecting (but not 
of amending) statutes which have passed Congregation. It also 
transacts much of the ordinary business of the Univ. by means of 
" Decrees." It confers honorary degrees and also degrees granted by 
Decree or Diploma. It sanctions petitions to Parliament, authorizes 
the affixing of the Univ. seal when necessary, and its members elect 
the Univ. representatives in Parliament. But no proposals can be 
made to it which have not been sanctioned by the Hebdomadal Council, 
which consists of the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, immediate ex-Vice- 
Chancellor (for a certain period after the expiration of his term of 
office), and Proctors and 18 other members (Heads of Houses, Profs., 
&c.) elected by Congregation. This Council takes the initiative in 
all the legislation of the Univ., except what is proposed by the Genl. 
Board of the Faculties. The Congregation of the University consists 
mainly of the teaching and administrative elements in the Univ. and 
Colls. It has the power of adopting, rejecting, or amending legisla- 
tion submitted by the Hebdomadal Council previously to its sub- 
mission to Convocation. The General Board of the Faculties has power, 
after consultation with the Board of the Faculty concerned, to draft 
and send to Congregation through the Hebdomadal Council any 
proposals on matters connected with studies and examns. which 
require to be dealt with by Statute. 

The Chancellor, elected for life by Convocation, is a non-resident 
Officer. The executive power is chiefly in the hands of his Deputy, 
the Vice-Chancellor, who is annually nominated by him from among 
the Heads of Colls., and the Proctors annually elected by the Colls, 
and Halls in rotation. 

The Colleges are corporate bodies distinct from the Univ. They 
are not even, at all events directly, subject to laws and regns. made 
by the Univ. ; they manage their own property and elect their own 
Officers, and the Proctors have no power within their walls. In many 
matters, however, the Colls, and the Univ. recognize each other's 
regns., and an intimate relation exists between them ; the great 
majority of the members of the Univ. belong to the Colls., and all who 
belong to the various Colls, are at the same time members of the Univ. 
Teaching is given partly by Univ. Profs., Readers, and Lectrs., partly 
by the more numerous body of Coll. Tutors and Lectrs. 

Faculties. Arts ; Natural Science ; Theology ; Law ; Medicine. 
Music and Education are included in Arts ; Rural Economy and 
Forestry in Nat. Science. 

Admission to the Univ. (" Matriculation ") is without respect of 
birth, age, nationality, or creed, and follows upon admission to a 
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become a member of the Univ. unless he first becomes a member of 
one of these Societies. An application for admission must therefore 
be addressed, not to any officer of the Univ., but to the proper officer* 
of the Society to which admission is desired ; it should be made, if 
possible, a year or more before residence is contemplated, especially if 
rooms within the Coll. walls are desired. 

Although the Univ. itself holds no entrance examn., the Colls, and 
Halls and the Society of Non-Coil. Students require certain qualifica- 
tions of character and intellectual attainment in which the passing of 
Responsions or some equivalent examn. is ordinarily included. 

Terms. The Academical year, which begins in Oct. and ends in 
June, consists of 4 terms, and residence during a certain number of 
terms, usually 12 and never less than 8, is a condition of admission to 
any degree except in Music. Terms must be kept by residence within 
the walls of a Coll. or Hall, or in licensed f lodgings ; and the 4 terms 
are ordinarily kept by 3 periods of residence, each of some 8 weeks, 
commencing respectively in Oct., Jan., and April or May, the last 
period counting as 2 terms. 

Terms 191 3-14 begin — Michaelmas, Oct. 10 (full term, Oct. 12) ; 
Hilary or Lent, Jan. 14 (full term, Jan. 18) ; Easter, April 15 ; Trinity 
or Act, May 30. Michs. and Hilary terms can be kept by 6 weeks 
residence in each ; Easter and Trim, either by 3 weeks in each or by 
48 days residence in the 2 terms jointly. 

Incorporation. Members of the Univs. of Camb. and Dub. can 
be, under certain conditions, " incorporated " into this Univ., i.e. 
admitted to the same status and degree which they hold in their own 
Univ. Notice of intention to incorporate as an undergraduate must be 
sent to the Registrar of the Univ. through the Head of a Coll. or the 
Censor of Non-Coil. Students. The privileges of incorporation as a 
graduate are limited to B.A., M.A., Litt.D., B.D., D.D., and D.Sc. of 
Camb. or Dub. A Litt.D. (Doctor of Literature) of Dub. becomes a 
Doctor of Letters of Ox. Any applicant for incorporation must have 
kept by residence at Camb. or Dub. before taking his degree the same 
number of terms that he would have been required to keep at Ox. 
for the corresponding degree. While an undergraduate is allowed to 
incorporate as a matter of course, a graduate must first satisfy the 
Hebdomadal Council that there are adequate reasons and obtain their 
dssion. 



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Degrees. B.A., M.A., B.Litt., D.Litt. ; B.Sc, D.Sc. ; B.D., 
D.D. ; B.C.L., D.C.L. ; B.M., B.Ch., D.M., M.Ch. ; B.Mus., D.Mus. 

Iiplomas and Certificates are granted in various subjects (v. p. 402). 
The degree of Doctor in any Faculty is granted only to Bachelors 
* Balliol — The Tutor for Admissions ; Hert. — The Principal or the 
Senior Tutor; Non.-Coll. — The Censor, Students' Delegacy; in other cases 
— The head of the Society (v. list above). 

f In special circumstances leave to reside in a house which has not been 
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in that Faculty (or in some cases to Masters) who have submitted 
theses or published work adjudged to contain contributions to learning 
or science of a sufficiently high standard of merit. 

Arts. Examns. in Arts, more usually called " Schools," are 
sharply divided into Pass and Honour examns. ; in the former there 
is but one standard, in the latter successful candidates are distributed 
into 3 or 4 classes. No one is admitted to a place in the Class Lists 
who has exceeded a certain number of terms reckoned from Matricn. 
No conditions of residence are attached by the Univ. to either Pass or 
Honour examns. ; it is simply for the attainment of the degree of B.A. 
that residence is obligatory. Every Coll. and Hall, however, as well 
as the Delegacy of Non-Coil. Students, has its own rules with regard 
to both residence and the entry for examns. A candidate for the 
degree of B.A. must (i) reside at the Univ. as a matriculated member 
during 12 terms (3 academical years),* (2) pass or obtain Honours in 
the following examns., namely : 

(a) Responsions, which includes (i) Stated Subjects (Greek, Latin, 
and Elem. Maths.) ; (ii) Additional Subjects. The examn. in (i) may 
be passed before Matricn., and most Colls, require it or an equivalent 
examn. to be passed before residence is begun. Names of candidates 
who have not been matriculated must be entered through an officer 
of the Society to which they intend to belong. Candidates who have 
passed in (i) are deemed to have " passed Responsions." The examn. 
in (ii) is taken only by those who wish to obtain exemption from the 
Classical part of the 1st Pub. examn. The subjects are either Logic 
or a Greek, Latin, French, German, Italian, or Spanish historical or 
Philos. work. 

(b) The 1st Public examn. in Holy Scripture and either in Greek 
and Latin or (for those who seek Honours in Maths, at the 1st Public 
examn.) in Maths. — provided that the Classical part of this examn. 
need not be taken by a candidate who has passed in an " additional 
subject " at Responsions, and certain Prelim, examns. in the Final 
Honour Schools of Nat. Science or Jurispr. or certain other equivalents 
open to candidates for particular Final Schools. 

(c) The 2nd Public examn. This is divided into a Pass School, the 
2 Prelim, examns. above mentioned, and 9 Honour Schools. The Pass 
includes various " Groups " : (A) Ancient Hist, and Philos. ; Oriental 
Langs. (B) Mod. Hist. ; Mod. Langs. ; Pol. Econ. ; Law ; Engl. Lit. 
(C) Maths. ; Nat. Science. (D) Religious Knowledge. 

The Honours Schools are Literae Humaniores (Philos. and Ancient 
Hist.) ; Maths. ; Nat. Science (Phys., Chem., Physiol., Zool., Bot. ( 
Geol., Astron., or Engin.) ; Jurispr. ; Mod. Hist. ; Theol. ; Oriental 
Studies (Sanskrit, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, or Egyptian) ; Engl. 
Lang, and Lit. ; Mod. Langs. (French, Ger., Ital., Span., or Russ.). 

In order to pass the 2nd Public examn. a candidate must either 
pass in 3 subjects of the Pass School chosen in accordance with the 
Statutes or obtain Honours in one of the Honour Schools. 

Under certain conditions members of other Univs. may obtain 
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exemption from Responsions and, under further conditions, from the 
1st Public examn., as well as a remission of 4 terms of the necessary- 
residence. Such privileged students are entitled Affiliated, Colonial, 
Indian, or Foreign students according as their previous Univ. was at 
home, in the Colonies, inj^India, or in (a^ foreign country (v. infra, 
" Affiliated Institns."). No Affiliated, Colonial, or Foreign student can 
be admitted to the degree of B.A. unless he has shown a sufficient 
knowledge of Greek either at some approved examn. of his previous 
Univ. or at Ox. Natives of Asia, Egypt, or the Sudan, born of non- 
European parents, can obtain permission to substitute English and a 
classical Oriental Lang, for Latin and Greek in Responsions and the 
1st Public examn. 

The degrees B.Litt. and B.Sc, instituted in 1895 in order to 
encourage special study and research, are granted upon the satis- 
factory completion of an approved course of special study or research 
pursued under supervision and for the most part at Ox. Application 
to enter upon such a course may be made by any person over the age 
of 21 years who produces sufficent evidence of his ability and (1) is 
a member of the Univ. who has passed the examns. for the degree 
of B.A., or (2) is a graduate in Arts, Letters, or Science of a Univ. 
within the U.K., or (3) can satisfy the Education Committee that he 
has received a good general education. Applications must in all cases 
be made to the Asst. Registrar through an officer of the Society to 
which the candidate belongs or desires to belong. Residence as a 
member of the Univ. for 8 terms is a necessary condition for either 
degree (see also " Affiliated Institns."). 

In 1900 the Univ. instituted the higher degrees, D.Litt. andD.Sc, 
awarded for published work of sufficient merit. 

Divinity. The B.D. degree is open to candidates in Priest's 
Orders who have completed 3 years from the day on which they 
became M.A., and have read publicly 2 dissertations composed by 
themselves and approved by the Regius Prof, of Div. 

Law. The examn. for the B.C.L. degree is open either (1) to 
B.A.s of the Univ. or (2) under certain conditions (including residence 
for 8 terms) to graduates in Arts, Philos., or Science of other Univs. 

kThe subjects are Jurispr., Roman, Engl., and Internat. Law. 
Medicine. The B.M. degree is open only to B.A.s of the Univ. 
who have passed certain examns. in Med. and Nat. Science. The 
total period of study for the degree (including the scientific subjects 
studied in the Arts course) is generally about 7 years, of which between 

12 and 3 are usually spent in London in preparation for the more strictly 
professional subjects of the 2nd B.M. examn. The M.Ch. degree is 
open to candidates who have passed all the examns. for the B.M. and 
B.Ch., and either are members of the Surgical staff of a recognized 
hospital or have acted in such a hospital as Dresser or House Surgeon 
for 6 mos. A candidate for the D.M. must be a B.M. and have entered 






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on the 39th term from Matricn. and had his name on the books of some 
Coll. or Hall or on the Register of Non.-Coll. Students for 26 terms. 

Music. The degree of B.Mus. is open to candidates who either 
(a) have been admitted to the degree of B.A. or (b) have (1) passed 
Responsions or an equivalent or a special Prelim, examn. for students 
of music, (2) satisfied the examiners in 1 of 4 language subjects in the 
Final Pass School, and (3) pursued either at the Univ. or at some 
approved institn. a course of musical study, approved by the Board 
of Studies for Music, extending over at least 2 yearly courses. All 
candidates must also pass 3 examns. in Music (the subject of one of 
which is the composition of a Musical Exercise) under conditions laid 
down by Statute. There is no residential qualification for the degree 
of B.Mus., but the conditions of admission to the various examns. 
make it necessary that the candidate's name should be on the books 
of his Coll. or Hall or of the Society of Non.-Coll. Students for at least 
12 terms. A B.Mus. may qualify for the degree of D.Mus. by passing 
2 further examns. in Music, but cannot take the degree until 5 years 
after his admission to the Baccalaureate. 

Courses leading to Diplomas and Certificates have been 
instituted with the object generally of supplementing the ordinary 
curricula for the degrees of B.A. and B.M. by providing for more 
special lines of study. The following list indicates the officer to whom 
application for information may be made in each instance : Anthro- 
pology (minimum course, 1 year for Diploma, 3 mos. for Certif. in 
Phys. or Cultural Anthrop.) — The Secy., Committee for Anthrop., 
Exeter Coll. (R. R. Marett, M.A., D.Sc. Exe.). Classical Archeology 
(min. course, 1 year) — The Secy., Committee for C.A., Oriel Coll. 
(M. N. Tod, M.A. Oriel). Economics and Pol. Science — The Secy., 
Committee for Econ., Oriel Coll. (L. L. Price, M.A. Oriel). Education 
(period of residence and training, 1 year) — The Secy., Secondary 
Training Delegacy, Clarendon Building, Ox. Forestry (min. course, 
2 years) — The Prof, of Forestry. French and German, Colloquial 
Proficiency and Composition Certificates — The Asst. Registrar. 
Geography (min. course, 1 year for Diploma, 2 terms for Certif. in 
Surveying, or General and Regional Geog.) — The Prof, of Geog. 
Military Subjects (min. course for Diploma, 2 terms. Certifs. are also 
granted in Milit. Hist, and in Tactics) — The Secy, to the Delegates for 
Milit. Instruction (Capt. A. K. Slessor, Ch.Ch.). Ophthalmology (a 
course of Ophth. at Ox. extending over at least 2 mos. is necessary) — 
The Asst. Registrar. Public Health — The Asst. Registrar. Rural 
Economy (min. course, 2 years) — The Prof, of Rural Econ. Scientific 
Engin. and Mining Subjects (open only to members of the Univ. who 
have passed the examns. for the B.A. degree) — The Secy., Committee 
for S.E. and M.S., Univ. Museum (H. L. Bowman, M.A., D.Sc). 

Special and Advanced Lectures are among the most distinctive 
features of Oxford teaching. In recent years arrangements have been 
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members of the Univ. not being Profs, or Readers, or by other persons 
on subjects of which they have made a special study. See below 
also — " Scholarships." 

Instruction of selected candidates for the Indian Civil Service is 
superintended by a Delegacy (Secy. — F. C. Montague, M.A. Oriel). 

Military Education (Secy, to the Delegacy for superintending 
Instruction of Candidates for Commissions — A. K. Slessor, M.A. 
Ch.Ch.), v. Appendix II. As a general rule the whole ground of each 
subject will be covered in the 2 winter terms with a view to the March 
examn., and will be repeated in a less detailed course in the summer 
term with a view to the Oct. examn. Attendance at approved courses 
of instruction is requisite. Ox. Univ. candidates nominated to 
commissions in 191 2 numbered 34. 

Training of Teachers. In 1892 the Univ. established the 
Delegacy for the Training of Elem. Teachers (Secy. — G. R. Scott, 
M.A. Mert.). It is recognized by the Educn. Dept. as the Committee 
of an Elem. Training Coll. Students are required to matriculate 
either as members of a Coll. or Hall or as Non-Coil, students. The 
normal course covers 4 years. For the first 3 students read for their 
degrees, spending only 2 or 3 hours a week on their professional training, 
to which the 4th year is devoted wholly. A B.A. may enter for a 1 year 
course. The Delegacy for the Training of Secondary Teachers (Secy. — 
N. Waterfield, M.A. New) issues Diplomas in Educn. to students who 
have satisfied the examiners or obtained distinction in an examn. in 
Educn. and have also satisfied the Delegates of their efficiency as 
teachers. Students who have obtained the Diploma and satisfied 
certain other conditions are recognized as trained teachers by the Board 
of Educn. 

Scholarships open to Graduates. College scholarships are very 
numerous and valuable, but are for the most part awarded to persons 
beginning their Univ. careers. The Univ. scholarships are usually 
open only to members of the Univ. of specified standing. Of those 
open to graduates, 16, of the aggregate value of ^1130 p. a., are for 
Engl., Greek, and Latin ; 1 (£100) is for Ment. and Mor. Philos. ; 
2 (^80) for Maths. ; 8 (^1340) for Med. and Nat. Science ; 4 (£440) for 
Law ; 3 (^300) f