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UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
FOR THE YEAR
W. E. SMITH,
PRINTER AND PUBLISHER TO THE UNIVERSITY
OF SYDNEY,SYDNEY, NEWCASTLE AND LONDON.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Index .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...
Preface .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..ix.
Calendar foe 1894-5 .. .. .. xii.
Royal Charter and Lists of Acts of Parliament relating to theUniversity, Colleges, Prince Alfred Hospital, and Deeds
of Grants of Lands .. .. .. .. .. ..1
By-Laws of the University ..3
Regulations, Discipline, Lieeaey, Museums .. .. .. ..45
General Regulations, Mateiculation, Time Tables of Lectures,
Lectuhe and Examination Subjects .. ... 54
List of Scholarships, Exhibitions, Prizes, Etc. ., .. ..131
Table of Fees .. .. 136
Foundations.. .. .. 140
University Peizes .. .. .. .. .. .. ..160
Private Annual Peizes .. .. 162
Honours at Degree Examinations 164
Results of Matriculation and Annual Examinations .. ..169
University Officers, Etc. .. ..18S
Membees of the Univebsity .. .. .. .. ,.196
Affiliated Colleges .. .. r222
Prince Alfred Hospital .. .. .. ..234
Othee Hospitals .. .. .. ..236
List of Benefactions .. .. .. .. .. .. ..237
List of Donations to the Library .. .. .. .. ..240
Report of the Senate and Balance Sheets for the Year 1893 ..242
University Clubs, Etc. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..272
Examination Papers.. .. .. .. .. ..Appendix
Acts of Parliament relating to Uni-versity and Colleges 1
Admission ad mulent 13, S5
,, of AttorneysRegulations 130
Aitken Scholarship 131, 147
Alexander (Maurice) Bursary ...15-1
Allen (George) Scholarship ... 132.14
("Wigram) Scholarship ... 133, 145
Anatomy, Lecture Subjects 104
,, Examination Questions in
Anderson Prize Medal 135,162
Antiquities, Nicholson Museum of ... 50Applied MechanicsLecture Subjects 111,,,, Examination Ques-
tions in. ... Appendix
Architecture, Lecture Subjects117
Articled Clerks, Examinations for ... 130
Arts, Faculty of 13
Examination Papers. ... Appendix
Attorneys, Regulations for Admission
of ... 130
B.A. Examination, Class Lists, 1893-4 176,,,,Papers, ... Appendix
Prizes at 160
,,ClassLists inHonours 164
Prizes at 160
Prizes at 160
Bachelor of Arts, By-laws 15
,, of Engineering, By-laws ... 30
of Laws, By-laws 19
,, of Medicine, By-laws 21
,, of Science, By-a ws 27
Bachelors of Arts, Alphabetical List... 203,, of Engineering,,...214
,, of Laws,,... 211
of Medicine,,... 212
of Science,,... 213
Balance Sheets for 1S93260
Barker Scholarships ... 131, 132, 143
Belmore Medal 134, 157
Benefactors, List of 239
Eiology, Lecture Subjects 103
Books Presented to Library 240
Botany, Lecture Subjects103
Botany, Examination Questions in
AppendixBowman-Cameron Scholarship... 131, 146
Bursaries, List of151
By-laws of the University 3
.. 183, 146
Chemical Labora tory
Chemistry, Lecture Subjects
Examination Questions in.
,, Service Examinations
Classical Lecture Subjects
Class Lists of Examinations,
College St. Paul's
,, St. Andrew's
,, St. John's
,, for Women
Convocation, Members of
Council of Education Scholarship
Curators of Museums
Dalton Bequest 149
DaWd Prize ... 162
Deans of Faculties S
Deas-Thomson Scholarships ... 133, 144
Deeds of Grant of Lands 2
Degrees, ad euudem ... 35
Demonstrators, List of...192
Diseases of WomenLecture Subjects 109
Discipline, Regulations for 45
Doctor of LawsBy-laws 19
,, Subjects of Examina-tion for 127
Doctor of LawsExamination Papers
Doctors of LawAlphabetical List ... 211
,, of MedicineAlphabetical ListDoctor of MedicineBy-laws 26
of ScienceBy-laws 27
Electrical Engineering By-laws... 33
Engineering, Department ofBy-laws 30
Class Lists, 1693-94 ... 185
Degrees in SO
AppendixGraduates in ... 213,214
English, Lecture Subjects Sl
English Verse, Medal for... 135, IGO
Entrance Examination for Medicine
Essays, English ... 157
Evening LecturesB3'-laws 39
Examination Subjects 122
,, ' Papers.Appendix
Examinations for Articled Clerks ... 130
Exhibitions, List of150
Extension Lectures 39, 52
Gradum, Ad fraudem35
Greek, Lecture Subjects74
Examination Questions. Appendix
Grahauie Medal 159
Harris (John) Scholarship ... 134, 147
Haswell Prize 162
History, Lecture Subjects 9
Honours at Degree Examinations ... 161
Lecture Subjects for 73
Homer Exhibition 132, 150
Hospitals recognised by the University 236
Hunter-Bail lie Bursaries156
Junior Public Examination 3S
Jurisprudence and Roman Law... IIS
King (James) Travelling Scholarship...
,, Deans of S
Faculty of ArtsBy-laws 14
,,,, Examination Class
List, 1893-94 ... 171,,,, Examination Subjects 73
j, of MedicineBy-laws 21
,, of ScienceBy-laws 27
Fairfax Prizes 157
Fees, Table of 136
Fisher Library ... 49
Frazer Scholarship 133, 14S
Freemasons Scholarship 132,146
French, Lecture Subjects 7S
,, Examination PapersAppendix
Geology and Palaeontology, Lecture
Geometrical Drawing 114
German, Lecture Subjects 79
,, Examination Papers ... AppendixGraduates, Alphabetical List of... '03
,,Reinster of 35
Latin. Lecture Subjects73
,, Examination Papers ... Appendix
Law, Faculty of, Class Lists 179
Appendix,,,,Examination Subjects 126
Law, Facility of, Graduates in211
,,,,Lecture Subjects ...119
LL B- Examination, Honours at ... ISO
LL.D. Examination, Subjects127
Law Matriculation Examination ... 130
Lecturers, List of192
Tenure of Office 41
Lectures, By-laws Relating to 10
,, Exemption from 11
,, Synopses of 73
Time Tables of60
Lecture Subjects for 1S94 and 1S95 ... 73
Levev and Alexander B ursary154
Levey Scholarship 132, 143
Library, Donations to 240
Library Regulations .. 46
Lithgow Scholarship 131,145
JjOgic and Mental Plulosophy, Lecture
' '.. PAGE
M^A. Examination, Honours at... 180
" Prizes at ... ... 164
" ' Subjects of... 122
M.B. Examination, Prizes at 167
,,Honours at... 183
M.E. Examination, Honours at... 189
MacCallum Prize ...'-' 162
Macleay Lectureship 142
Macleay Museum ... ..." ... 50,142
Master of ArtsBy-laws 17
-Examination Subjects 122
,, Surgery (By-laws)Masters of Arts, Alphabetical List ... 203Masters of Engineering, Alphabetical
Masters of SurgeryAlphabetical List 213Materia Medica and Therapeutics,
Lecture Subjects 107
Materia Medica, Examination Papers
Mathematics, Lecture Subjects S3
Class List for 1894 ...169
Maurice Alexander Bursary .. .. 154
Mechanical Engineering By-laws ... 32
Medical Class Lists, 1893-1894181
Medical Jurisprudence, Lecture Sub-jects 110
Medicine, Faculty ofBy-laws 21
... .. Class Lists ISO
Degrees in 21
.,, . Examination Papers
,,,, Examiners in... 195
,, Graduates in211
,, Lecture Subjects ... 103
Medicine, Practice of, Lecture Subjects 1OS
Metallurgical Laboratory 95
Members of Convocation196
University ... 196
Michaelmas Term 10
Midwifery, Lecture Subjects 109
Military Commissions ... 149
Mineralogy, Lecture Subjects100
Examination Papers Appendix
Mining Engineering By-laws 33
Morphology and Physiology of Plants 103
Natural History, Lecture Subjects ... 101
Nicholson Medal 135,157
Museum... ... ... 50
Non-Matriculated Students ... .... 12
Norbert Quirk Prize ... . ... 132,153
Officers of the University188
,, . Substitutes for 36
Ophthalmic Medicine, &c, Lecture
Pathology, Lecture Subjects ...
,, Examination Papers
Philosophy, Medal for Essay ...
Physics, Lecture Subjects
Physiography, Lecture Subjects
Physiology, Lecture Subjects ...
Practical Plane and Solid Geometry ..
Prince Alfred Hospital
Private Annual Prizes
Frizes, List of
,, Private Annual
,, Scholarships and Exhibitions..
Professor, Title of
Professors, List of
Psychological Medicine, Lecture
Public Examinations, By-laws ...
,, . Health, Lecture Subjects
Quirk (Norbert) Prize 132, 158
Register of Graduates 35
,, Duties of 8
Regulations for Discipline 45
Renwick Scholarship 133, 145
Report of Senate for 1893242
Royal Charter of University 1
Salting Exhibition 131, 150
Scholarships, By-laws relating to ... 13
List of 131
Science, Faculty of, By-laws 27
Class Lists, 1893-94 1S5
Examination Papers in. Appendix
Science, Examiners in
,, Graduates in
,, ScholarshipSeal of the UniversitySenate, Election to Vacancies
,, Ex Members
,, Original Members
Present Members...Senior Public Examination
Solicitor to the UniversitySolicitors, Admission of ...St. Andrew's College
St. John's College
St. Paul's College
Statum, Ad eundem..'.
Surgery, Degree in,, Graduates in,, Lecture SubjectsSurveying, Lecture Subjects
... 132, 158... 132,158
132, 133, 150
University Prizes 135,160
,, Scholarships, By-laws Be-
lating to ... 13,,Account of ... 143
Vacancies in Senate, Election to ... 5
Vice-Chancellors, List of189
Visitor of the University188
Wentworth Bursaries 155
Medals 134, 157
Wilkinson Prize 162
Woolley Scholarships 149
Teaching Staff 192
Time Tables of Lectures60
TherapeuticsLecture Subjects ... 107Travelling Scholarship ... 133,147,148Trinity Term 10
Undergraduates, List of...
Zoology and Comparative Anatomy
Examination Papers. ... Apptndiz
Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.
The University of Sydney was incorporated by an Act of theColonial Legislature, which received the Royal Assent on the 1stof October 1850. The Objects set forth in the preamble are" The advancement of religion and morality and the promotionof useful knowledge.5' By this Act it is empowered to confer,after examination, Degrees in Arts, Law and Medicine, and isendowed with the annual income of 5000. Since 1882, thisendowment has been supplemented by annual Parliamentarygrants for the general purposes of the University, the amountvoted for 1894 being 6000, and also byt grants for special pur-poses.
By the University Extension Act of 1884, the Senate isempowered to give instruction, and to grant such Degrees andCertificates in the nature of Degrees as it shall think fit, in allbranches of knowledge, except Theology and Divinity. Thesame Act admits women to all University privileges equally withmen.
By a Royal Charter, issued 7th February, 1858, the samerank, style, and precedence are granted to Graduates of theUniversity of Sydney as are enjoyed by Graduates of Universitieswithin the United Kingdom. The University of Sydney is alsodeclared in the Amended Charter granted to the University ofLondon to be one of the institutions in connection with thatUniversity from which certificates of having pursued a duecourse of instruction may be received with a view to admissionto Degrees.
The government of the University is vested in a Senate,consisting of sixteen elective Fellows, and not fewer than threenor more than six " ex officio " members, being Professors of theUniversity, in such branches of learning as the Senate may fromtime to time select. Under this power, the Professors of Greek,Chemistry, Physiology, and Law, have been constituted u exofficio" members of the Senate. A Chancellor and Vice-Chan -cellor are elected by the Senate from their own body.
Vacancies in the Senate are filled by means of a Convocationof electors, consisting of the Fellows of the Senate for the timebeing, Professors, Public Teachers and Examiners in the Schools-of the University, Principals of Incorporated Colleges within the "University, Superior Officers declared to be such by By-law,Masters and Doctors in any Faculty, and Bachelors of threeyears' standing.
There are four Faculties in the University, viz., Arts, Law,: Medicine and Science.
In the Faculty of Arts two Degrees are givennamely,Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. The curriculum of studyfor the Degree of B.A. extends over a period of three years,during which students are required to attend lectures and pass-examinations. The subjects of study are the English, Latin,Greek, French and German Languages, Ancient and Modern.History, Mental Philosophy and Logic, Mathematics (pure andmixed), Chemistry, Physics, Geologjr and Palaeontology, Biology rPhysiology, &c.
In the Faculty of Law the Degrees of LL.B. and LL.D. aregiven. The curriculum of study for the Degree of LL.B. extendsover five years, of which the first two are in the Faculty of Arts.The Degree of Bachelor of Law is recognised by the Board for
the admission of Barristers in New South Wales as a qualificationfor admission to the Bar.
In the Faculty of Medicine three Degrees are granted, viz.,Bachelor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, and Master of Surgery.The course of study for the Degrees of M.B. and Ch.M. extendsover a period of ve years.
The colony of New South Wales has been declared to be oneof the British possessions to which the Imperial Medical Act of1886 applies, and the Degrees in Medicine and Surgery grantedby the University of Sydney are registered upon the Register ofColonial Medical Practitioners, under section 13 of that Act.
The University of Sydney is recognised as one of the Insti-tutions from which the Uni versify of London is authorised to
receive certificates for Degrees in Medicine. The University ofEdinburgh accepts certificates of attendance on Medical Classesin this University to the extent of three years of professionalstudy, and the Royal College of Surgeons extends a similarrecognition to attendance on the classes of the whole course, inthe case of Graduates in Medicine who present themselves forexamination for the Diploma of Member of the College.
In the Faculty of Science the Degrees of Bachelor of Scienceand Doctor of Science are given, and Degrees are also given in thefour branches of Engineering, viz., Choi Engineering, MechanicalEngineering, Mining Engineering, and Electrical Engineering.The course for the Degree of B.Sc. extends over a period ofthree years, during which the subjects of study are Mathematics(pure and mixed), Chemistry (theoretical and practical), Physics(theoretical and practical), Mineralogy, Geology and Palceon-tology, Biology, &e. Candidates for Degrees in Engineering-receive instruction for a period of three years in Mathematics,Chemistry, Physics, Surveying, Geometrical Drawing, AppliedMechanics, Engineering generally, Mineralogy and Geology,and the different branches of Engineering.
Courses of Lectures in connection with the scheme forUniversity Extension are delivered in Sydney and other placesupon application. Each course consists of six or ten lectures, andconcludes with an examination. Those persons who have attendedany course regularly, and passed the concluding examination,receive University Certificates to that effect. The subjects of thelectures have hitherto been English Literature, Modern History,Ancient History, Political Economy, Logic and Mental Philo-sophy, &c.
Senior and Junior Public Examinations are held annuallyin Sydney, and at other places where persons approved by theSenate can be found to superintend the examinations.
A Civil Service Examination is held four times a year. Allpersons seeking appointment to a clerical office in the PublicService of the colony are required to pass this examination,unless they have passed some equivalent or higher examination.
The lectures of the Professors are open to persons not mem-bers of the Universitj', upon payment of a moderate fee for eachcourse.
Undergraduates and Graduates of other Universities areadmitted ad eutidem datum and ijradmn under certain regulationsprescribed by the By-laws.
The object of the Sydney University is to supply the meansof a liberal education to " all orders and denominations, withoutany distinction whatever."
An Act to provide for the establishment of Colleges inconnection with different religious denominations was passed bythe Legislature during the Session of 18>4. Ample assistance
is offered towards their endowment ; and the maintenance of thefundamental principles of the Universitythe association ofstudents without respect of religious creis, in the cultivation of secularknowledgeis secured consistently with the most perfect independ-ence of the College authorities within their own walls. Collegesin connection with the Church of England, the Roman Catholicand Presbyterian Churches, and a College for "Women, havebeen established.
An account of the several Scholarships and other Prizes forproficiency which have been established out of the funds of theUniversity, or have been founded by private benefactions, willbe found in this Calendar.
The Senate has the privilege of nominating one candidateper annum to a Cadetship in the Eojral Militaiy College atSandhurst.
Graduates in Arts of this University enjoy certain privileges(granted by Act of Parliament), exempting them from all exami-nations other than an Examination in Law before admission asBarristers of the Supreme Court. The Rules of the SupremeCourt also provide for a shortening of the period of Studentship-at-Law, in the case of Graduates, from three years to two, oneof which may be concurrent with the final year of studentship atthe University. Graduates who enter into articles of clerkshipwith attorneys and solicitors are only required to serve for threeyears instead of five.
At the yearly Examinations of 1882, women were first ad-mitted to Matriculation in pursuance of a resolution passed tothat effect by the Senate on the 1st of June, 1881. The Uni-versitj'Extension Act of 1884 provides that "the benefits andadvantages of the University, and the provisions of the Actsrelating thereto, shall be deemed to extend in all respects towomen equally with men."
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY CALENDAR, 1895.
January 7th, MondaySenate meets.
February 4th, MondaySenate meets.
February 19th, TuesdayLatest date for receiving entries ofCandidates for the Matriculation Examination, Medi-cal and Science Entrance Examinations, DeferredPass and Honour Examinations, and Examinations inLaw and Engineering.
March 4th, MondaySenate meets.
March 11th, MondayLent Term: begins. University Exami-nations begin, viz., Matriculation Examination,Medical and Science Entrance Examinations, DeferredAnnual Pass Examinations, Honour Examinations inthe Faculty of Arts, and Engineering Examinations.Latest date for receiving Competitive Prize Com-positions and applications for Bursaries.
March 18th, MondayExaminations for Higher Degrees begin
March 19th, TuesdayLatest date for receiving entries for theCivil Service Examinations in April.
March 23rd, Saturday'Latest date for receiving entries forthe Law Matriculation Examination in April.
March 25th, MondayLectures begin.
April 1st, MondaySenate meets. Civil Service and LawExaminations.
April 14th, Easter Sunday.
May 6th, MondaySenate meets.
June 1st, SaturdayLent Term ends.
June 3rd, MondaySenate meets.
June 17th, MondayTrinity Term begins.
xvi. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY CALENDAE1 1895.
June 18th, TuesdayLatest date for receiving entries for the-Civil Service Examination in Jul}'.
The Junior Public Examination will be held in June ona date to be announced.
June 22nd, SaturdayLatest date for receiving entries for theLaw Matriculation Examination in July.
July 1st, MondaySenate meets. Civil Service and LawExaminations.
AaGUST 5th, MondaySenate meets.
August 24th, SaturdayTrinity Term ends.
September 2nd, MondaySenate meets.
September, 30th, MondayMichaelmas Term begins.
October 7th, MondaySenate meets.
October. 22nd, TuesdayLatest date for receiving entries for theCivil Service Examination in November.
October 26th, SaturdayLatest date for receiving entries forthe Law Examination in November.
November 4th, MondaySenate meets. Civil Service and Law-Matriculation Examinations.
The Senior Public Examination and Matriculation HonourExaminations will be held in the month of Novemberon a date to be announced.
December 2nd, MondaySenate meets.
December 7th, SaturdayLectures cease.
December 9th, MondayAnnual Examinations begin.
December 21st, SaturdayMichaelmas Term ends.
HE Boyal Charter of the University, the various Acts*- of the Legislature of New South Wales relating tothe Univebsity and Colleges, and the Deeds of Grant underwhich the University holds the lands vested in it, will be.found in the university calendar for 1893.
Boyal Charter, issued under the Queen's sign manual> February27th, 1858.'''
An Act to Incorporate and Endow the University of Sydney,,14 Victoria, No. 31. Assented to 1st October, 1850.
An Act to amend an Act intituled " An Act to Incorporate andEndow the University of Sydney," 16 Victoria, No 28.Assented to 21st December, 1852.
An Act to enable the University of Sydney to purchase theSydney College, with the land attached thereto,' ,? Vic-toria, No. 18. Assented to 5th September, 1853.
An Act to provide a Fund for Building the University ofSydney, 17 Victoria, No. 28. Assented to 24th October,.1853.
An Act to confer certain privileges on Graduates of the Univer-sity of Sydney, 20 Victoria, No. 14. Assented to 3rdFebruary, 1857.
An Act to amend the Sydney University Incorporation Act,24 Victoria, No 13. Assented to 26th April, 1861.
An Act to empower the Senate of the University of Sydney to
confer Degrees in certain cases without Examination, and
to give to Bachelors of Arts the right of voting in certain
cases, 44 Victoria, No. 22. Assented to 23rd March,
2ROYAL CHARTER, ACTS OF PARLIAMENT, &o.
An Act to enable the University of Sydney to grant AdditionalDegrees and Certificates in the nature of Degrees, andfor other purposes, 47 Victoria. Assented to 16th May,1884.
An Act to provide for the Establishment and Endowment ofColleges within the University of Sydney, 18 Victoria,No. 37. Assented to 2nd December, 1854.
An Act to Incorporate St. Paul's College as a College within theUniversity of Sydney, 18 Victoria. Assented to 1stDecember, 1854.
An Act to enlarge the Council of St. Paul's College, 21 Victoria.Assented to 15th December, 1857.
An Act to Incorporate St. John's College as a College withinthe University of Sydney, 21 Victoria. Assented to 15thDecember, 1857.
An Act to Incorporate St. Andrew's College as a College withinthe University of Sydney, 31 Victoria. Assented to 12th; December, 1867.
An. Act to Establish and Endow a College for "Women withinthe University of Sydney, 53 Victoria, No. 10. Assentedto 21st September, 1889.
An Act to Incorporate the Prince Alfred Hospital, 30 Victoria.Assented to 3rd April, 1873.
An Act to authorise the resumption by the Crown and dedicationas a sight for the Prince Alfred Memorial Hospital of aportion of the land granted to the University of Sydney.36 Victoria, No. 28. Assented to 25th April, 1873. "
Two deeds of grant under which the University holds the landgranted to it by . the Crown. Register of grants, 23rdJanuary, 1855, and 10th July, 1S66.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
All By-laws heretofore passed by the Senate and noto in force are herebyrepealed, and in lieu thereof the following By-laws shall be and arc hereby declaredto be the By-laics nuda- tchich the University of Sydney shall, henceforth begoverned. 1'rovidcd always, that nothing herein contained shall be deemed torevive any By-law previously repealed, or to prejudice any matter already doneor commenced tinder any By-law hitherto in force.
Chapter I.THE CHANCELLOR AND VICE-CHANCELLOR.
1.The election to the office of Chancellor shall take placeat a duly convened meeting of th Senate to be held in LentTerm. '
2.The Chancellor shall be elected for a period of threeyears (except as hereinafter provided) to be computed from thedate of election, but shall be eligible for re-election.
3.In the event of the office of Chancellor becoming vacantby death, resignation, or otherwise, before the expiration of thefull term of office herein prescribed, the election of a successorshall be proceeded with at the next ensuing regular meeting ofthe'Senate, and the Chancellor so appointed shall hold officeuntil the Lent Term next after the expiration of three years fromthe date of such election.
4.The election of Vice-Chancellor shall take placeannually at a duly convened meeting of the Senate, to be heldin Lent Term, except as in cases otherwise provided by the Actof Incorporation.
5.The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor shall be membersex officio of every Faculty, Board, or Committee appointed by anyBy-law or otherwise by the Senate ; and at every meeting ofany such Faculty, Board, or Committee, the Chancellor, or inhis absence, the Vice-Chancellor, or in the absence of both, theChairman shall preside,' or in his absence, a member elected forthat sitting. The President at such meetings shall have a vote,and in case of an equality of votes, a second or casting vote.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
MEETINGS AXD KULES OF PEOCEDURE.
1.The Senate shall meet on the first Monday in everymonth, or on the nearest convenient day should such first Mon-day he a public holiday, and may adjourn from time to time toconclude any unfinished business.
2.At any time in the interval between such meetings itshall be competent for the Chancellor, or in his absence the Vice-Chancellor, in any case of emergency, to call a special meeting ofthe Senate, to be held as soon as conveniently may be, for the con-sideration of any business which he may wish to submit to them.
3.Upon the written requisition of any three members, theChancellor, or in his absence the Vice-Chancellor, or in theabsence of both, the Registrar shall convene a special meetingof the Senate, to be held as soon as conveniently may be afterthe expiration of seven days from the receipt of such requisition.
4.Except in any case of emergency as aforesaid, no motioninitiating a subject for discussion shall be made, but in pursuanceof notice given at the previous meeting, and every such notice shallbe entered in a book to be kept by the Registrar for that purpose.
5.The Registrar shall issue to each member of the Senatea summons with a written specification of the various matters tobe considered at the next meeting of the Senate, whether suchmeeting be an ordinary or a special one, but such summons,except in any case of emergency as aforesaid, shall be issued atleast three days previous to such meeting.
6.In the event of a quorum of the Senate not beingpresent at any meeting within half an hour after the hourappointed, the members then present may appoint any con-venient future day, of which at least three days' notice shall begiven by the Registrar in the usual manner.
7.All the proceedings of the Senate shall be entered in ajournal, and at the opening of each meeting the minutes of thepreceding meeting shall be read and confirmed, and the signature-of the Chairman then presiding shall be attached thereto.
8.If any Fellow shall, without leave from the Senate, beabsent from the aforesaid meetings for six consecutive calendarmonths, his fellowship shall, ipso facto, become vacant : providedthat in computing the said six consecutive months, the monthof January shall not be taken into account.
SENATEELECTION TO VACANCIES.5
ELECTION TO VACANCIES.
9.At the first meeting of the Senate after the occurrenceof a vacancy among the Fellows, a day shall be fixed for a Con-vocation for the election of a successor, such day to be withinsixty days from the date of such Senate meeting, and to be an-nounced at least thirty days before such Convocation, by noticeposted at the University and by advertisement in one or more ofthe daily newspapers. Due notice shall also be given of the dayon which a ballot shall be taken, should such be required. Pro-vided that no Convocation shall be held in the month of January.
10.No person shall be eligible for election to fill any vacancyamong the Fellows unless his candidature shall have been com-municated to the Registrar under the hands of two qualified*voters ten clear days at least before the intended Convocation, andseven clear days at least after the fixing of the day for suchConvocation ; and it shall be the duty of that officer to cause thename of such person and the fact of his candidature to be forthwith advertised in one or more of the daily newspapers publishedin Sydney, and to be posted in a conspicuous place in the Univer-sity for eight clear days at least before such Convocation.
11.The Convocation for the election of a Fellow shall beheld in the University! and shall be presided over in the samemanner as if it were a meeting of the Senate. Every candidatesubmitted for election must be proposed and seconded by legallyqualified voters. If one candidate only or one only for eachvacancy be so proposed and seconded, then such candidate orcandidates shall be declared by the President to be duly elected.But if more candidates are proposed and seconded than thereare vacancies in the Senate to be filled at such Convocation, a showof hands shall be taken, and unless a ballot be demanded by atleast two members of Convocation then present, the Presidentshalldeclare the candidate or candidates in whose favour there shallbe the greatest show of hands to be duty elected. Should a ballotbe demanded, it shall be conducted in the following manner :
* The legally qualified voters are Fellows of the Senate for the time being, Professors,Public Teachers and Examiners in the Schools of the University, Principals of Incor-porated Colleges within the University, Supeiior Officers of the University, declared to besuch by By-law, Graduates holding the Degree of Master or Doctor, and Graduates ofthree years' standing, who hold the Degree of Bachelor, in accordance with the provisionsof the University Extension Act of 1884.
t By a resolution of the Senate, .of date July 2,1SS8, htdtots for the election of Fellows-may be held at the Royal Society's Rooms, or in some other central place within the cityof Sydney, to be named by the Senate, or by the Chancellor, or by the Vice-chancellor inhis absence.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
(a)The voters then present shall choose two or more members
of Convocation to act as scrutineers.
(b)The ballot shall not be held earlier than one week from the
day of nomination at Convocation, and shall be notifiedby notice posted in the University and by advertisementin one or more of the daily newspapers."(c) The ballot shall commence at 10 a.m., and close at 2 p.m.,on the da}' appointed.
(d)At the expiration of the time allotted for the ballot the
scrutineers shall proceed to the examination of the votingpapers, and shall report the result to the President, whoshall then declare the candidate or candidates having themajority of votes to be duly elected to the vacant seat orseats in the Senate.
(e)In the event of an equality of votes, the election shall be
decided by the casting vote of the President.
12.Before the time fixed for the Convocation for the elec-tion of a Fellow, the Eegistrar shall prepare for the President'suse a complete list of all persons entitled to vote under theprovisions of the law, and a copy of such list shall be posted ina conspicuous place in the University for two days at least beforethe time of Convocation.
13.None but legally qualified voters shall be allowed tobe present during the taking of a ballot.
(24 Victoria, No. 13.)
14.That the several By-laws, in virtue of which the follow-ing Professors now sit as ex-officio members of the Senate, underthe authority of the " Sydney University Incorporation ActAmendment Act of 1861,"that is -to say, the Professors ofGreek, of Mathematics, of Chemistry, of Physiology, and of Law,be and the same are hereby revoked ; and in lieu thereof, theSenate hereby makes and declares the following selections ofbranches of learning, the Professors in which shall be ex-officiomembers of the Senatethat is to say, Greek, Law, Physiologyand Chemistry, such selections to take effect from the date ofthe *Governor's assent hereto, and to endure for the term of twoyears from that date, unless sooner revoked by the authority ofthe Senate, and with the approval of the Governor.
* Assented to by the Governor on the 6th of September, 1S92.
Chapter III.MEETINGS OF CONVOCATION OTHER THAN FORTHE ELECTION OF FELLOWS.
1.The Chancellor, or in his absence, the Vice-Chancellor,shall, in pursuance of a resolution of the Senate, or upon thereceipt "of a requisition signed by at least twenty members ofConvocation, summon .a meeting of Convocation to b holden atsuch time and place as he shall direct. And such meetingshall be held accordingly within twenty-eight days from the dateof the. requisition. And notice of such meeting shall be givenby public advertisement, not less than fourteen days before theday appointed for the meeting. Provided that every such requi-sition shall specify the subjects which it is proposed to bringbefore Convocation. And if in the. opinion of the summoningofficer the subjects so specified, or any of them, are such as oughtnot to be discussed in Convocation, he shall refer the matter tothe Senate, which shall decide whether the meeting shall be heldor not. Provided that no such meeting shall be held in themonth of January.
2.At all meetings so summoned, the Chancellor, or in hisabsence the Vice-Chancellor, shall preside. In the absence ofthe Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, the members of Convocationpresent shall elect one of their number to be President of thatmeeting.
3.The presence at any meeting of twenty-five members ofConvocation shall be necessary to form a quorum. And if withinhalf-ii-hour from the time of meeting there shall be no quorumpresent, the meeting shall lapse.
4.At all meetings of Convocation the Registrar shall actas Secretary and keep the minutes of all proceedings.
5.Every meeting may be adjourned by the President tosuch day and hour as may be fixed by resolution.
6.All questions submitted to the Convocation shall bedecided by a majority of members present. The President shallhave a deliberative as well as a casting vote.
7.AU resolutions of Convocation shall be signed by thePresident, and shall be laid by the Registrar before the Senateat its next meeting.
8.All members of Convocation attending any such meetingshall appear in the habit of their Degree.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
Chapteb IV.SUPERIOR OFFICERS.(24 Victoria, No. 13).
1.The Registrar and Solicitor to the University are herebydeclared to be Superior Officers of the University, entitled to therights and privileges conferred by the "Sydney UniversityIncorporation Act Amendment Act of 1861."
Chapter V.THE REGISTRAR.
1.The Registrar shall keep all necessary records of theproceedings of the University, conduct all necessary correspon-dence, and keep such registers and books of account as may berequired.
2.AU fees, fines, or other sums received by the Registrarin his capacity as such shall be paid into the Bank of theUniversity, in order that the same may be applied, accounted forand audited in such manner as the Senate may from time totime appoint.
Chapteb VI.THE SEAL OF THE UNIVERSITY.
1.The Seal of the Universitj' shall be placed in the chargeof the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor and Registrar, and shallnot be affixed to any document except by order of the Senate.
Chapteb VII.THE FACULTIES.1.There shall be four Faculties in the University, viz.:
DEANS OF FACULTIES.
2.A Dean for each of the Faculties in the Universityshall be appointed by the Senate from time to time for a termnot exceeding two years.
3.In the event of the office of Dean becoming vacant bydeath, resignation, or otherwise, before the expiration of the fullterm of office herein prescribed, the appointment of a successorshall be proceeded with at the next ensuing regular meeting ofthe Senate ; and the Dean so appointed shall hold office until thefirst regular meeting of the Senate in the Term next after theexpiration of two years from the date of such appointment.
CHAPS. VIII AND IX. PROFESSORIAL BOARD.9
Chapter VIII.LIMITATION OF THE TITLE OF PROFESSOR.
1.The title of Professor shall be distinctive of thosePublic Teachers of the University upon whom the.Senate shallhave conferred that iitle, and no person in or belonging to theUniversity, or any College within it, shall be recognised as Pro-fessor without the express authority of the Senate.
Chapter IX.PROFESSORIAL BOARD.
1.The Professors in the four Faculties, with the Chancellorand Vice-Chancellor, shall form a Board to be called " TheProfessorial Board."
2.Subject to the By-laws of the University, the Pro-fessorial Board shall manage and superintend the discipline ofall students in the University, and shall have power to determineall matters concerning the studies and examinations which affectthe students of more than one Faculty.
3.For these purposes the Professorial Board shall makesuch rules as it may think fit provided that these rules be notrepugnant to any existing By-law ; and shall have power toimpose any penalties in accordance with Academic usage on anystudent for breach of such rules, or misconduct of any kind.All Public Teachers in the University shall be authorised toinflict a fine for breach of discipline, not exceeding two pounds,provided that every Public Teacher who inflicts any such fineshall immediately report the circumstances in writing to theProfessorial Board.
4.Any member of the University affected by any decisionof the Board, or any member of the Board, may appeal therefromto the Senate, and thereupon the Senate may review suchdecision, and either confirm, vary, or annul the same.
5.It shall also be the duty of the Professorial Board fromtime to time to consider the By-laws which deal with the dis-cipline of the Univershy, and the By-laws which deal with thestudies of students of more than one Faculty ; and when theBoard is of opinion that any such By-laws require amendment,it shall send up recommendations to the Senate to that effect.
6.A precis of the proceedings of the Board shall be laidlipon the table of the Senate once in each Term, or forthwith inmatters of special importance, and the Senate shall have powerof its own motion to review any decision of the said Board.
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CHAIRMANSHIP OF BOAEDS.
7.The Chairman of the Professorial Board shall be electedat its first meeting in each year, such election to be by ballot ifrequired by any member. The Chairman of every other Boardshall be the Dean of the Faculty with which it is connected.
CONVENINO AND QUOHUM OF BOAKDS.
8.Every meeting of any Board or Faculty shall be con-vened by written notice from the Registrar, by direction of andon a day named by the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, or Chair-man ; and on the requisition of any two members addressed tothe !Registrar, a meeting shall be convened in like manner. Atany meeting of the Professorial Board, five shall forma quorum,and at any other meeting three shall form a quorum, unlessotherwise provided. In case of an equality of votes, that of thepresiding Chairman included, such Chairman shall have a castingvote.
EEOISTBAB TO ATTEND.
9.It shall be the duty of, the Eegistrar, if required, toattend the meetings of the several Boards, and record their pro-ceedings ; to collect all fines imposed by the Professorial Board and generally to assist in carrying out the directions and rules ofevery Board.
1.The Academic year shall contain three Terms, that is tosay:
Lent TermCommencing on the tenth Monday in the year,and terminating with the Saturday before the twenty-second Monday in the year, with a recess at Easter notexceeding nine days.
Trlnity TermCommencing on the twenty-fourth Mondayin the year, and terminating with the Saturday beforethe thirty-fourth Monday in the year.
Miceaelmas TermCommencing on the thirty-ninth Mon-day in the year, and terminating with the Saturdaybefore the fifty-first Monday in the year.
1. Lectures shall commence on the first day of Term,except in Lent Term, in which they shall commence on the thirdMonday of Term. In Michaelmas Term the lectures shall ceaseon the Saturday before the forty-ninth Monday in the year.
2.Lectures of an hour each shall be given by the Pro-fessors and other teachers at such times and in such order as theSenate may from time to time direct.
3.Before the admission of a student to any course oflectures, he shall pay to the Registrar of the University the feeappointed by the Senate.
4.rFull and complete tables of lectures and subjects ofexaminations shall be printed annually in the Calendar, andposted at the University from time time.
5.Each Professor and Lecturer shall keep a daily recordor class roll of the lectures delivered by him, showing the numberand names of the students present at each lecture. These classrolls shall be laid on the table at the end of each Term.
6.Any Undergraduate not holding a scholarship in theUniversity, nor being a member of a college established underthe provisions of the Act 18 Victoria, No. 37, may be exemptedfrom attendance upon any or all of the prescribed lectures, uponproducing evidence which shall satisfy the Faculty to which hebelongs that there are sufficient reasons for such exemption.Provided that no such exemption shall be granted for more thanone year at any time.
7.No such exemption shall be granted until the Ex-aminers shall have specially certified to the Faculty that theabilities and attainments of the applicant are such as to enablehim in their opinion to keep up with the usual course of studyat the University without attendance upon lectures. Under-graduates admitted ad eundem station, and who are not requiredto pass the Matriculation Examination, shall nevertheless berequired to pass a special examination, to be certified by theExaminers as ; above, before obtaining exemption from atten-dance upon lectures.
8.Notwithstanding the provisions of By-laws 6 and 7,matriculated students, who are students in a Training Institutionfor teachers organised under the Department of Public Instruc-tion, may be admitted to the First Year Examination in theFaculty of Arts, without having attended the University lectures,upon presenting a certificate from the Under-Secretary for Public
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
Instruction to the effect that they have attended the course ofinstruction in such Training Institution for one year aftermatriculating. Students of a Training Institution, who havepassed the first Year Examination, may be admitted to theSecond Year Examination in the Faculty of Arts without havingattended the University lectures of the second year, upon pre-senting a eimilar certificate to the effect that they have attendeda second course of instruction in such Training Institution forone year after passing their First Year Examination. All suchstudents having passed the Second Year Examination shall havethe status of students commencing the Third Year in the Facultyof Arts.
9.Any person desirous of attending University lecturesmay do so without matriculation, upon payment of such fees asthe Senate may from time to time direct.
Chaptee XII.YEARLY EXAMINATIONS.
1.In the Faculties of Arts, Law and Science, the yearlyB.A. and B.Sc. Examinations shall be held during the last weekof Michaelmas Term, with the exception of the Honour Exami-nations and Professional Engineering Examinations, which maybe held at the beginning of Lent Term.
2.No Undergraduate not exempted under By-law 6,Chap. XI., from attendance upon lectures shall be admitted tothese examinations who without sufficient cause shall haveabsented himself more than three times during any one termfrom any prescribed course of lectures.
3.Students who fail to pass, or neglect to attend theirannual examinations in any subject or subjects, may be requiredby their respective Faculties, upon the report of the Examiners,to attend again the lectures on such subject or subjects beforeagain presenting themselves for examination.
4.Every Undergraduate exempted from attendance uponlectures under By-law 6, Chap. XL, shall, before being admittedto any yearly examination, pay to the Registrar a fee of twopounds.
CHAPS. XII., XIII., XIV., XV.13
5.Undergraduates who have passed the yearly examina-tions may, at the discretion of the Dean, and upon application,receive certificates to that effect, signed by the Dean of theFaculty in which they are pursuing their studies, and by theEegistrar.
6.At each examination, honour papers shall be set wherenecessary, and a list of the honour subjects shall be annuallypublished in the Calendar.
7.The names of those candidates who obtain honours shallbe arranged in order of merit.
8.Examiners shall be appointed from time to time by theSenate to conduct the examinations provided for under theseBy-laws.
Chapter XIII.ADMISSION AD BUNDEM STATUM.
1.Undergraduates of other Universities, may, at the dis-cretion of the Professorial Board, be admitted ad eundem statumin this University without examination. Provided always thatthey shall give sufficient evidence of their alleged status and ofgood conduct.
1.Scholarships shall be awarded after examination as the-Senate may from time to time appoint.
2.No Scholarship shall be awarded except to suck candi-dates as exhibit a degree of proficiency which shall be satisfac-tory to the examiners. Scholars shall be required to proceedwith their studies in the respective Faculties in which theirScholarships are awarded.
3.The examination for Scholarships shall be concurrentwith the Matriculation and Yearly Examinations, additionalpapers and questions being set when required.
Chaptee XV.FACULTY OF ARTS.
1.The Faculty of Arts shall consist of the Professors ofClassics, Mathematics, Modern Literature, History, and Logic andMental Philosophy, together with the Lecturers in the samesubjects.
BT-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
2.The Faculty shall meet for the purpose of consideringand reporting to the Senate upon such subjects as have relationto the studies, lectures, examinations, and Degrees in Arts, andsuch questions as may be referred to it by the Senate, andshall have the general direction and superintendence over theteaching in Arts, subject to the By-laws, and to such resolutionsas the Senate muy think fit to pass in relation thereto.
3.The Professors in the Faculty of Arts, together withsuch other persons as may from time to time be appointed by theSenat, shall form a Board of Examiners for conducting theExaminations in the Faculty of Arts, and of this Board theDean of the Faculty, or in his absence the Professor next inseniority, shall be Chairman.
4.The Board of Examiners shall, from time to time, andin accordance with the provisions of the By-laws for the timebeing, frame rules and appoint times and places for the severalExaminations in the Facuhy of Arts.
5.At the conclusion of each Examination the Board shalltransmit to the "Senate a report of the result, signed by theChairman, and by at least two other members.
6.Candidates for Matriculation must make application tothe Registrar before the commencement of Lent Term.
7.The Matriculation Examination shall take place at thecommencement of Lent Term, but the examiners in specialcases, with the sanction of the Chancellor or Yice-Chancellor, areauthorised to hold such examinations at such other times as maybe deemed expedient.
8.The examinations shall be conducted b}r means ofwritten or printed papers ; but the examiners shall not beprecluded from putting viv voce questions.
9.The names of all candidates who have passed the Matri-culation Examination shall be arranged and published in suchorder as the Board of Examiners shall determine.
10.Students who shall have passed the MatriculationExamination or the Senior or Junior Public Examination in thesubjects required for the ordinary Matriculation Examination,and shall have paid a fee of two pounds to the Registrar, mayfee admitted as members of the University.
CHAP. XV.FACULTY OF ARTS.15
11.-The Matriculation Examination shall be in the follow-ing subjects :.
I.Latin.Translation into English of passages from set
Authors and of passages at sight, and of simpleEnglish sentences into Latin.
III.Algebra.To quadratic equations involving one
IV.Geometry.Euclid, Books I., II. and III.
V.One of the following languages, in which the exami-
nation shall be similar to that in Latin, viz. :Greek,French,German.
In this examination proficiency in writing English shall be takeninto account.
BACHELOE OF ABTS.
12.Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall,during their First Year, attend the University lectures on thefollowing subjects :
III.One of the following languages :
V. Elementary Physics..
VI.Elementary Chemistry.> In successive Terms.
13.Students of the First Year shall be required to pass anexamination in the subjects in which they have attended lecturesunder By-law 12, provided that in the case of Physics, Chemistry,and Physiography, students who shall have given satisfactoryproof to the Lecturer of their intelligent attention to the lectures;shall not be required to pass the Annual Examinations in thesesubjects.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
14.Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall,,during their Second Year, attend the University lectures uponthe follovring subjects :
I. Two of the following languages :
II. Any two of the following subjects :
A third language,Biology,
Provided that those students who take up three languages shallselect Latin or Greek as one of them.
15.Students of the Second Year shall be required to passan examination in the subjects of the lectures which they haveattended under By-law 14.
16.Candidates for the Degree of B.A. shall, during theirThird Year, attend lectures on the following subjects :
I. One of the following languages :
LT. Any two of the following :
A second language,Chemistry,
A third language,Geology,
Physics,Logic and Mental Philosorrtiy,
Jurisprudence and Eoman Law,
Constitutional Law and International Law.
17.To obtain the Degree of B.A. candidates shall pass anexamination in the subjects of the lectures which they haveattended under By-law 16.
18.The fee for the Degree of B.A. shall be three pounds.No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless hehave previously paid this fee to the Registrar. If a candidatefail to pass the examination, the fee shall not be returnedhim. For any re-examination for the same Degree he shall paya fee of two pounds.
.CHAP. XV.FACULTY OF ARTS.
19.The examination shall be conducted in the first instanceby means of printed papers, and at the termination of suchexamination each candidate shall undergo a viva voce examina-tion if the Examiners think fit.
20.Students proceeding to the Degree of B.A. who havepassed the First Year Examination, and who have thereat beenplaced in the First Class in the Honour list in Literature or inMathematics, may elect to attend, lectures during the SecondYear in that department only in which they have been so placedin the Honour list ; and if the}' obtain First or Second Class.Honoiirs in that Department at their Second Year Examination,,they shall be held to have passed that examination.
21.Students proceeding to the Degree of B.A. who havepassed the Second Year Examination, and who have thereat beenplaced in the First or Second Class in the Honour list, either inLiterature or in Mathematics, may elect to attend lectures duringtheir Third Year in that department only in which they havebeen so placed in the Honour list ; and if they obtain First orSecond Class Honours in that department at their B.A. Exami-nation, they shall be held to have passed that examination. .
22.The'candidate for Honours who shall have most distin-guished himself at the B.A. Examination in Classics, Mathe-matics, or Logic and Mental Philosophy, shall, if he possesssufficient merit, receive a bronze medal.
MASTEK OF ARTS.
. 23.There shall be a yearly examination for the Degree ofM.A. during Lent Term, or at such other times as the examiners,,with the sanction of the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor mayappoint.
24.Every candidate for this Degree must have previouslyobtained the Degree of B.A., and two years must have elapsedsince the time of his examination for such Degree. He will alsobe required to furnish evidence .of having completed his twenty-first year.
.25.The fee for the Degree of M.A. shall be five pounds*No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless hehave previously paid this fee to the Registrar. H a candidate: fail to pass the examination, the fee shall not be returned to him
but he shall be admissible to any subsequent examination for the*' same Degree without the payment of an additional fee.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
26.Candidates for the Degree of M.A. shall elect to beexamined in one or more of the following branches ofknowledge :
I. Classical Philology and History.
II. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.III. Logic, Moral, Mental, and Political Philosophy.IV. Modern Literature and Language.
V. Modern History.
The candidate most distinguished in each branch at the examina-tion shall, if he possess sufficient merit, receive a bronze medal.
27.The Senate may, at its discretion, admit to examinationfor the Degree of Master of Arts any person who shall haveobtained at least two years previously the Degree of Bachelor ofArts, or equivalent first Degree in Arts in any other Universityapproved by the Senate. Every candidate for admission underthis By-law must make application in writing to the Registrarand supply satisfactory evidence of his qualification as aforesaid,and that he is a person of good fame and character, and upon theapproval of his application shall pay to the Registrar a fee of twopounds for the entry of his name in the University books, inaddition to the prescribed fee for his Degree. Eveiy candidatebefore he is admitted to this Degree, shall be required to furnishevidence of having completed his twenty-first j'ear. .
Chapter XVI.FACULTY OF LAW.1.The Professor or Professors and Lecturers in the subjectsof the curriculum in Law, together with such Fellows of theSenate as are Members of the Legal Profession, shall constitutethe Faculty of Law.
2.The Faculty shall meet for the purpose of consideringand reporting to the Senate upon such subjects as have relationto the studies, lectures, examinations, and Degrees in Law, andsuch questions as may be referred to it b}' the Senate ; and shallhave the general dii'ection and superintendence over the teachingin Law, subject to such resolutions as the Senate may think fitto pass in relation thereto.
3.The Dean of the Faculty of Law shall act as Chairmanat all meetings of the Faculty ; but in his absence the members,then present shall elect a Chairman from amongst themselves.The Chairman at such meetings shall have a vote, and in case ofan equality of votes, a second or casting vote.
CHAP. XVI.FACULTY OF LAW.19
4.There shall be two Degrees granted in the Faculty f Law,viz. :Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), and Doctor of Laws (LL D.).
5.All candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws arerequired to have completed two years in the Faculty of Arts,and. to have passed the Second Year Examination.
6.Such candidates shall subsequently be required toattend a course of study in Law, and to pass examinations, ashereinafter provided.
7.There shall be two examinations for the Degree ofBachelor of Laws, called respectively the Intermediate and theFinal LL.B. Examination. The Intermediate and Final LL.B.Examinations shall be held at. the same time as the Annual.Examinations in other Faculties. Students who have notacquitted themselves satisfactorily in such Class Examinationsor exercises (including attendance at Court) as may be pre-scribed by the Faculty of Law, may be refused admission tothese Examinations.
8.The names of the candidates who have passed the FinalLL.B Examination shall be published in three classes. Pro-ficiency shown by candidates in the Intermediate Examinationwill be taken into consideration in determining their places inthe Final Examination.
9.At the Intermediate Examination, candidates shall beexamined in :
Roman Law,International Law.
10.At the Final Examinations, candidates shall be ex-amined in :
I. The Law relating to Real and Personal Property.II. Common Law, including Contracts, Torts, CriminalLaw, Procedure, and Evidence.III. Equity, including General Principles of Equity andthe Outlines of Equity Procedure.
Candidates desiring a place in the First or Second Class will alsobe expected to take up one or two of such special subjects asshall be prescribed by the Faculty from time to time.
11.Candidates for the Intermediate Examination will berequired to have attended the prescribed courses of lectures, ' for.a period of one year, in the subjects mentioned in section 9.
BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
12.Candidates for the Final Examination will be requiredto have attended the prescribed courses of lectures, for a periodof two years, in the subjects mentioned in section 10.
13.Nevertheless, persons who shall have graduated in Artsbefore entering on the LL.B. course shall be at liberty toproceed to the LL.B. Degree after the completion of two years'study instead of three, the Intermediate Examination beingtaken at the end of the first, and the Final Examination at the endof the second year of study. Such persons shall also be exemptfrom attendance at the lectures and examinations in any of theprescribed subjects which have formed a portion of their coursefor the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, but from no others.
14.The Degree of LL.D. shall not be conferred until afterthe expiration of two years from the granting of the LL.B. Degree.15.Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Laws shall beexamined in the following subjects :I. Jurisprudence.LT. Roman Law.III. English Law, including the Legislation of the
Colony of New South Wales.IV. International Law, and the Conflict of Laws.There shall be one examination for the Degree of Doctor ofLaws, called the LL.D. Examination. Such Examination shalltake place in the month of March in each year.
16.The candidates who distinguish themselves most highlyat the Degree examinations respectively, shall, if of sufficientmerit, receive a bronze medal.
17.The fee for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws shall beJgIO, and that for the Degree of Doctor of Laws, 20. Thesefees shall be paid to the Eegistrar before the examination, andshall not in any case be returned to the candidate.
18.Candidates who fail to pass the examination for anyDegree shall be allowed to present themselves for a secondexamination for the same Degree without additional fee ; butfor any further examination that may be required they shall payhalf the ordinary Degree fee.
19.Students at Law and Articled Clerks and other persousmay be admitted to such lectures and examinations in Law asthey may desire; and in the event of their passing in thesubjects of any course, they ehall be entitled to receive certifi-cates to that effect.
CHP. XVII.FACULTY OF MEDICINE.21
" Chapter" XVII.FACULTY OF MEDICINE.
1.The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, the Fellows of theSenate, who are legally qualified members of the Medical Profes-sion, the Professor's and Lecturers in the subjects of the Medicalcurriculum, and the Examiners in Medicine appointed by theSenate, shall constitute the Faculty of Medicine.
2 The Dean shall exercise a general superintendence oyerthe administrative business connected with the Faculty, and itshall be the duty of the Registrar to summon meetings of theFaculty at such times as may be required by the Dean, providedthat upon the written requisition of an}r three members of theFaculty, the Dean, or in his absence the Registrar, shall convenea special meeting. No question shall be decided at any meetingof the Faculty unless there be present at least five members.In the absence of the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, the Deanshall act as Chairman at all meetings of the Faculty, . but in hisabsence the members then present shall elect a Chairman fromamongst themselves. The Chairman .t any such, meeting shallhave a vote, and, in case of an equality of votes, a second orcasting vote. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to attend allmeetings, and' to record the proceedings.
3.The Faculty shall meet for the purpose of consideringand reporting to the Senate upon such subjects as have relationto the studies, lectures, examinations and Degrees in Medicine,and such questions as may be referred to it by the Senate.
4.Courses of Instruction shall be given as directed by theSenate, and except where otherwise specified, each shall consisteither of a long course.of one hundred hours' instruction, extend-ing throughout two Terms, or of a. short course of fifty hours'instruction, extending throughout one Term ; and, where possible,the long courses shall be given during Lent and Trinity Terms,and the short courses during Michaelmas Term.
5.At least three written Class Examinations shall be heldduring each long course of instruction, and at least two suchexaminations during each short course. Students shall notabsent themselves from these examinations except upon amedical certificate, and at the end of each course a rport of theresult, signed by the responsible teacher, shall be presented tothe Senate by the Dean. Students who fail to pass the ClassExaminations may, at the discretion of the Board of Examiners,be refused admission to the Annual Examination.
22BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
6.There shall he three Degrees granted in the Faculty ofMedicine, viz.Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Bachelor of Medicine(M.B.), and Master of Surgery (Ch.M.)
7.Candidates for a Degree in Medicine shall, beforeadmission to the Medical School, produce evidence of havinggraduated in Arts or in Science, or of having attended the lecturesof the First Year of the Arts course and passed the FirstYear Examination in Arts, or of having passed the SeniorPublic Examination, or an examination equivalent to theSenior Public Examination, in the following subjects, viz.,Latin and one of the three languagesGreek, French,German, and in three of the sections in Group III. of thesubjects for which senior candidates may enter, viz., Arithmetic,Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Elementary Surveying andAstronomy, Mechanics, Applied Mechanics.
8.Candidates for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine andMaster of Surgery shall attend the following courses of instruc-tion, and present the following certificates :
I.' In the First Year
Inorganic Chemistry and Practical Chemistry.Physics and Practical Physics.Biology and Practical Biology.
II. In the Second Year
During Lent and Trinity TermsDescriptive Anatomy (Junior Course).Physiology (Junior Course).
During Trinity and Michaelmas Terms
Practical Physiology (Histology and Experimental Physi-ology).
During Michaelmas TermOrganic Chemistry.Descriptive Anatomy (Senior Course).
. In the Third YearDuring Lent Term-
Practical Physiology (Physiological Practical Chemistry).During Lent and Trinity Terms
Materia Medica and Therapeutics (seventy-five lectures).Regional Anatomy.' During Michaelmas. TermPhysiology (Senior Course).
CHAP. XVII.FACULTY OF MEDICINE.23
IV. In the Fourth Year
During Lent and Trinity TermsPathology.Surgery.Operative Surgery and Surgical Anatomya course of
twenty-five hours' instruction.Clinical Surgery.Tutorial Surgery.During Michaelmas TermMedical Jurisprudence and Public Health.. . Practical Pathology.- '
Clinical Surgery.Tutorial Medicine.
V. In the Fifth Year'
During Lent and Trinity TermsMedicine.
Midwifery (fifty lectures).Gynaecology (twenty-five lectures).During Michaelmas Term-Applied Logic.Psychological Medicine, including Clinical instruction, and
at least twelve systematic lectures.Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery, including Clinical in-struction, and at least twelve systematic lectures.
Provided that the courses of instruction in Medical Jurisprudence,Public Health, Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery, and Psycho-logical Medicine may be taken by the student in either theFourth or the Fifth Year of study, as may from time to time beprovided by the teaching regulations of the University.
Before admission to the Final Examination, candidates shallalso be required to present the following certificates at leastten clear days before the date of the examination :
(i.) Of Hospital Practice during the Fourth and Fifth Years.(ii.) Of attendance on Practical Pharmacy, or a certificateshowing that the student has been engaged for at leastthree months, by apprenticeship or otherwise, in com-
ounding and dispensing drugs in the laboratory of aospital or dispensary, or of a Licentiate of the Londonor Dublin Society of Apothecaries or PharmaceuticalChemist approved by the Faculty of Medicine.
24BY-LAWS' OF-THE UNIVERSITY.
(iii.) Of having acted during at least three months as a Dresserin the Out-patients'. Department, during at least sixmonths as a Dresser in the Surgical Wards, and duringat least six; months as a Clinical Clerk in the MedicalWards of a recognised hospital.
(iv.) Of attendance on Post-mortem Examinations during at
least one Term during the Fourth .or Fifth Year of the
curriculum,(v.) Of attendance on at least twelve cases of Practical Mid-
(vi.) Of proficiency in Vaccination, signed by a legally qualified
(vii.) Of proficiency in the administration of Anaesthetics.
9. For the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Master ofSurgery, there shall be five examinations, viz., one at the end ofeach year of study.
The examination at the end of the First Year shall include In-organic Chemistry, Physics, Biology.
'The examination at the end of the Second Year shall includeOrganic Chemistry, and an Intermediate Examination inAnatomy and Physiology.
The examination at the end of the Third Year shall include theentire subjects of Anatomy, Physiology, and Materia Medicaand Therapeutics/'-.',
Before admission to the Third Examination, candidates shall berequired to present certificates of having dissected duringat least six Terms, and of having completed the dissection ofevery part of the body at least once.
The examination at the end of the "'Fourth Year shall includePathology, Medical Jurisprudence and Public Health, andOperative Surgery and Surgical Anatomy.
The examination at the end of the Fifth Year shall include,Medicine, Clinical Medicine, Surgery, Clinical Surgery,Midwifery, Psychological Medicine, Ophthalmic Medicineand Surgery, and Applied Logic.
Provided that the examinations in Medical Jurisprudence andPublic. Health, and Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery shallform a pajt of either the Fourth ! Year . or the Fifth Year
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Examination, according as the student has attended the coursein'any of those subjects in his Fourth or Fifth Year ofstudy.
10.Before admission to the Final Examination. eachcandidate shall furnish a declaration of having completed' histwenty-first year, and also a certificate of good fame and charactersigned by two competent persons. , '
11.At each examination candidates shall be required to.give proof of their knowledge by written answers to thequestions set, to be followed by a practical or a viv voceexaminations in all subjects whatsoever... -
12.Candidates who have passed all the .examinations tothe satisfaction of the examiners shall be recommended to theSenate for admission to the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine, andto the Degree of Master of Surgery if they so'elect.
'13.Honours at graduation'; shall (depend upon the pro-ficiency shown in the examinations^ in accordance with regula-tions adopted by .the. Senate-from time to;tinie, and the candi-date who shall have . been most .distinguished shall . receive abronze medal, provided that he shall have,'obtained first-classHonours.' "':
14.Accredited certificates of attendance: on courses ofinstruction from other Universities and Schools of Medicinerecognised by the University of S3rdney, may, on the report, ofthe Dean, be accepted by the Senate as proof of the attendanceon courses of instruction pro tnto required by these B3r-laws :Provided always that no persOn shall be recommended to theSenate for admission to the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine orof Mastery of Surgery by examination, unless he. shall presentcertificates of having attended within the University of Sydney;during each of at least six Terms, not less than two courses ofinstruction in subjects included in the Medical curriculum, of theUniversity. In all such cases a Degree in-Arts or in Scienceor some certificate of general education satisfactory to the Senatewill be required. Every candidate making application underthis By-law must present at, .certificate. of' good fame andcharacter, signed by two competent persons.i.'.'..
; - 15.Bachelors of Medicine and Masters of Surgery of thi$University shall"not'-possess'any right to assume'the titleLQ'fDoctor of Medicine."'' LJ'- '"
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16.The Degree of Doctor of Medicine shall not be con-ferred until after the expiration of two Academic years from thegranting of the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine.
17.Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine mustproduce evidence that after having obtained the Degree ofBachelor of Medicine they have spent at least two years inMedical or Surgical practice, or that they have been engaged fora like period and in a manner approved by the Faculty in thescientific study of any subject included in the Medical curriculumof the University of Sydney.
18.The candidate-shall be required to pass an examina-tion conducted by means of set papers and by viva voce interro-gations in one division of the two following groups, viz. :
(i.) Medicine, Surgery, Midwifery and Gynecology.
The examination in each case shall include examina-tion of, and report on, the cases of patients in ahospital, and examination and demonstration ofspecimens or preparations, normal or morbid.
(ii.) The other subjects included in the Medical curriculum,of the University.
They shall further be required to present, and if called upon,to defend a thesis on some subject included in the Medicalcurriculum of the University. Five printed copies of the thesison paper five and a half inches wide and eight and three-quarters of an inch deep must be transmitted to the Registrar,at least two months before the date fixed for the examination.
19.The candidate who shall at this examination mostdistinguish himself shall, if of sufficient merit, receive a bronze-medal.
20.The Degree of Master of Surgery shall not be conferred,on any person who has not already been admitted a Bachelor-of Medicine.
21.The fees for the Degrees of .Doctor of Medicine,Bachelor of Medicine, and Master of Surgery, shall be ten.pounds, respectively. The fees shall be paid to the Registrar-before the examination, and shall not in any case be returned to-the candidate.
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' 22.Candidates who fail to pass the -examination for anyDegree shall be allowed to present themselves for a secondexamination for the same Degree without fee, but for everyfurther examination that may be required, they shall pay thesum of five pounds.
23.Undergraduates in Medicine who have passed thesubjects of the Second and Third Medical Examinations andhave, in addition, attended an advanced course of and passed anadvanced examination in one of the following divisions, viz. :() Chemistry, (J) Physics, () Biology, (d) Geology, may, on thereport of the Dean of the Faculty of Science, be admitted by theSenate to the Degree of Bachelor of Science.'
Chaptee XVIII.FACULTY OF SCIENCE,1.The Faculty of Science shall consist of the Professorsof Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, Mathematics,Physics and Physiology, and other Professors and independentLecturers in the subjects required for the Degrees in Science.
2.The Dean shall exercise a general superintendence overthe administrative business connected with the Faculty, and itshall be the duty of the Eegistrar to summon meetings of theFaculty at such times as may be required by the Dean, providedthat upon the written requisition of any three members of theFaculty, the Dean or, in his absence, the Eegistrar shall convenea special meeting. No question shall be decided at any meetingof the Faculty unless there be present at least five members.The Dean shall act as Chairman at all meetings of the Faculty,but in his absence the members then present shall elect aChairman from amongst themselves. The Chairman at anysuch meeting shall have a vote, and in case of an equality ofvotes, a second or casting vote. It shall be the duty of theEegistrar to attend all meetings and to record the proceedings.
3.The Faculty shall meet for the-purpose of consideringand reporting to the Senate upon such subject's as have relationto the studies, lectures, examinations and Degrees in Science,and such questions as may be referred to it by the Senate.
4There shall be four Degrees in Science, viz., Bachelorof Science (B.Sc), Doctor of Science (D.Sc), Bachelor of Engi-neering (B.E.), and Master of Engineering (M.E.).
5.Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shallproduce evidence of having graduated in;Arts:.; orof- having
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attended the lectures of the First Year of the Arts course, andpassed the First Year Examination in Arts : or of having passedthe Senior Public Examination, or an examination equivalent tothe Senior Public Examination, in the following subjects, viz.,Latin, one of the three languagesGreek, French, German, andthree of the sections in Group HI. of the subjects for -whichsenior candidates may enter, viz., Arithmetic, Algebra,Geometiy, - Trigonometry, Elementary Surveying and Astro-nomy, Mechanics, Applied Mechanics; and shall, during theFirst Year, attend the courses of instruction upon, and pass theexaminations in the following subjects, viz. :I. Biology.H. Chemistry.
TV. Physics.V. Physiography.
Provided that students shall only be required to attend thelectures upon, and to pass the Annual Examination in, suchportion of the Mathematical course for the First Year as theyhave not already passed at the above-mentioned examinations.
6.Candidates for.the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall,in the Second Year, attend the courses of instruction upon, andpass the examinations in, three, of the following subjects,viz. :
I. Botany and Zoology.H. Chemistry (with two terms laboratory practice).,III. Geology.
IV. Mathematics.. .
V. Physics (with two terms laboratory practice).VI. Physiology (with two terms laboratory practice).
7.Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall,during the Third Year, attend the courses of instruction upon,and pass the examinations in, one of the following groups ofsubjects :.-
I. Biology and Physiology.II. Biology, Geology and Palaeontology:
III.Chemistry, with anjr one of the following subjects
viz. : .
Biology. Mathematics, Mineralogy, Physics,Physiology.
IV.Physics and Mathematics.
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Students proceeding to the Degree of Bachelor- of Sciencewho have passed the Second Year Examination, and who have:thereat been placed in the First Class in Honours in one subject,and in the First or Second Class in Honours in another subject,may elect to attend lectures and practical work during theirThird Year in one only of those subjects in which they have beenso placed in the Honours List, and if they obtain First or SecondClass Honours at the B.Sc. Examination they shall be held tohave passed that Examination.
8.The candidate who shall at this examination mostdistinguish himself shall, .if of sufficient merit, receive a bronzemedal.
9.The examination for the Degree of B.Sc. shall takeplace once a year.
10.No candidate shall be admitted to this examinationunless he produce a certificate from the Dean of the Faculty ofScience that he is of nine terms' standing, and that he haspassed all the examinations required since his admission to theUniversity.
11.The fee for the Degree of B.Sc. shall be three pounds.No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless hehave previously paid this fee to the Registrar. If a candidatefail to pass the examination, the fee shall not be returned tohim. For any re-examination for the same Degree he shall paya fee of two pounds.
12.The Annual Examinations shall be conducted in thefirst instance by means of printed papers, practical exercises,and reference to specimens when necessary, and at the terminationof such examinations each .candidate shall undergo a viva voceexamination, if the examiners think fit. At least one writtenClass Examination shall be held during each. Term of the firsttwo years, except in the mathematical subjects. Students shallnot absent themselves from these examinations except upon amedical certificate. Students who fail to pass the Class Exami-nations may, at the discretion of the Board of Examiners, berefused admission to the Annual Examination.
13.At the Annual Examinations, honour papers shall beset where necessary. Students may elect to take up any-oneor more subjects.
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14.The Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Science(D.Sc.) shall take place once a year. This Degree shall not beconferred until after the expiration of three Academic yearsfrom the granting of the B. Sc. Degree.
15.Every candidate for the Degree of Doctor of Sciencemust produce evidence that he has been employed in scientificstudy and research for at least three Academic years sinceobtaining the B.Sc. Degree. He shall be required to pass atheoretical and practical examination in one of the followingbranches of Science, viz., Botany, Chemistry, Geology,Palaeontology, Physics, Physiology and Zoology. He shall alsobe required to present, for the approval of the examiners, a paperembodying the result of an original investigation or scientificresearch. .Five printed copies of this paper must be transmittedto the Registrar at least two months before the date fixed for theexamination. The candidate must also submit sufficient evidenceof the authenticity of his paper to the examiners, who may, ifthey think fit, examine him in the contents thereof.
16.The candidate who shall at this examination most dis-tinguish himself, shall, if of sufficient merit, receive a bronzemedal.
17.The fee for the Degree of D.Sc. shall be ten pounds.No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless hehave previously paid this fee to the Registrar. If a candidatefail to pass the examination the fee shall not be returned to him,hut he shall be admissible to one further examination for thesame Degree without the payment of an additional fee. For eachsubsequent examination that may be required he shall pay thesum of five pounds.
Department of Engineekino. .
18.Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineeringmust produce evidence of having graduated in Arts or inScience ; or of having attended the lectures of the First Year ofthe Arts course, and passed the First Year Examination in Arts ;or of having passed the Senior Public Examination, or anexamination equivalent to the Senior Public Examination in thefollowing subjects, viz., Latin, one of the three languages-=Greek, French, German ; and four of the sections in Group DH.of the subjects for which senior candidates may enter, viz.,Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Elementary
Surveying and Astronomy, Mechanics, Applied Mechanics ; andshall, during the First Year, attend the courses of instructionupon, and pass the examinations in the following subjects :
I. ChemistryInorganic (with two terms laboratory
practice).II. Descriptive Geometry and D