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CIVIL ENGINEERING, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, ARCHITECTURE AND SURVEYING.
Madsen, J. P. V. Myers, H. W.
Myers, H. W. (Diff. Cal., Analyt. Geom., Sph. Trig., Diff. Eq.).
The following students in the Department of Mining Engineering attended a course of lectures conducted by Drs. Sydney Jamieson and Littlejohn, under the auspices of the Civil Ambulance and Transport Brigade, and passed the final examination in the subjects of the lectures :
Dunstan, P. E.
Heden, E. C. B.
Gould, H. J.
UNIVERSITY OFFICERS, ETC.
The Governor of the Colony for the time being is ex officio Visitor to the University.
*1850.-His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, K.C.B., K.H.
1855. His Excellency Sir Thomas William Denison, K.C.B. 1861. His Excellency the Right Hon. Sir John Young, Bart., K.C.B., G.C.M.G.
1868. His Excellency the Right Hon. the Earl of Belmore, M.A.
1872. His Excellency Sir Hercules George Robert Robinson, G.C.M.G.
1879. His Excellency the Right Hon. Lord Augustus W. Loftus, M.A., G.C.B.
1886. His Excellency the Right Hon. Charles Robert Baron Carrington, P.C., G.C.M.G.
1891. His Excellency the Right Hon. Victor Albert George Child Villiers, Earl of Jersey, G.C.M.G.
1893. His Excellency the Right Hon. Sir Robert William Duff, P.C., G.C.M.G.
1895. His Excellency the Right Hon. Henry Robert, Viscount Hampden.
1899. His Excellency the Right Hon. William Lygon, Earl Beauchamp, K.C.M.G.
At the Commemoration in 1872, after Lord Belmore's departure, and at the Commemoration in 1879, after Sir Hercules Robinson's departure, Sir Alfred Stephen, G.C.M.G. and C.B., administering the Government, presided as Visitor. At the Commemorations in 1893, 1895 and 1899, Sir Frederick Darley, C.J., Kt., administering the Government, presided as Visitor.
The Chancellor is elected by the Fellows of the Senate out of their own body, for such period as the Senate may from time to time appoint. The period is at present limited by By-law to three years, but the retiring Chancellor is declared to be eligible for re-election.
* The dates prefixed to the names of Office Holders refer to their first appointment or entrance upon office.
1851.-Edward Hamilton, M.A.
1854. Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D. 1862.-The Hon. Francis Lewis Shaw Merewether, B.A. 1865.-The Hon. Sir Edward Deas-Thomson, C.B., K.C.M.G. 1878.-The Hon. Sir W. M. Manning, LL.D., Kt., K.C.M.G. 1895.-The Hon. Sir Wm. Chas. Windeyer, M.A., LL.D., Kt. 1896. The Hon. Hy. Normand MacLaurin, M.A., M.D., LL.D.
The Vice-Chancellor is annually elected by the Fellows of the Senate out of their own body.
1851. Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D. 1854.-The Hon. F. L. S. Merewether, B.A.
The Hon. Edward Deas-Thomson, C.B.
The Hon. J. H. Plunkett, B.A.
1869.-The Rev. Canon Allwood, B.A.
1883.—The Hon. Mr. Justice Windeyer, M.A., LL.D.
1891. Henry Chamberlaine Russell, B.A., C.M.G., F.R.S.
His Honor Judge Backhouse, M.A.
His Honor Judge Backhouse, M.A.
1895. The Hon. Hy. Normand MacLaurin, M.A.,M.D., LL.D. 1896. His Honor Judge Backhouse, M.A.
1900.-The Hon. Sir Arthur Renwick, B.A., M.D., Kt.
The original Senate was appointed by Proclamation on the 24th of December, 1850, under the Act of Incorporation, and consisted of the following:
The Rev. William Binnington Boyce
The Right Rev. Charles Henry Davis
James Macarthur, Esq.
Francis Lewis Shaw Merewether, Esq.
The Hon. John Hubert Plunkett, Esq.
His Honor Roger Therry, Esq.
The Hon. Edward Deas-Thomson, Esq.
Mr. Russell having retired during his year of office, the Hon. Dr. Renwick was elected in his place for the remainder of the year.
The Hon. Dr. Renwick having retired during his year of office, Judge Backhouse was elected in his place for the remainder of the year.
Under the original Incorporation Act, the election to vacant Fellowships was vested in the Senate until there should be one hundred Graduates holding the Degree of M.A., LL.D., or M.D. By an Act passed in 1861, the election to vacancies was vested in Fellows of the Senate, Professors and other Public Teachers of the University, Examiners, Principals of Incorporated Colleges within the University, Superior Officers declared to be such by By-law, and Graduates who should have taken any or either of the Degrees of M.A., LL.D., or M.D. By an Act passed in 1881, the privilege of voting at such elections was extended to Bachelors of Arts of three years' standing, and by the University Extension Act of 1884 the privilege was further extended to all Bachelors of three years' standing. In addition to the sixteen Fellows, it was provided by the Act of 1861 that there should not be fewer than three, nor more than six, ex officio Members of the Senate being Professors of the University in such branches of learning as the Senate might by any By-law select.
EX-MEMBERS OF THE SENATE.
1850-1854-Hamilton, Edward, M.A.
1850-1859-Boyce, the Rev. W. B.
1850-1859-Therry, His Honour Sir Roger
1850-1860-Macarthur, the Hon. James
1850-1860-Denison, Alfred, B.A.
1850-1861-Donaldson, the Hon. Sir Stuart A.
1857-1861-Cooper, Sir Daniel, Bart., G.C.M.G.
1853-1865-Douglas, Henry Grattan, M.D.
1861-1866-Woolley, the Rev. J., D.C.L. (Principal) (ex officio)
1850-1868-Darvall, Sir John Bayley, M.A.
1850-1869-O'Brien, Bartholomew, M.D.
1850-1869-Plunkett, the Hon. John Hubert, B.A.
1850-1870-Purves, Rev. W., M.A.
1850-1872-Wentworth, the Hon. William Charles
1868-1872-Nathan, Charles, M.D.
1869-1873-Stenhouse, N. D., M.A.
1868-1874-Arnold, the Hon. William M.
1850-1875-Merewether, the Hon. F. L. S., B.A.
1856-1877-Polding, the Most Rev. Archbishop, D.D.
1859-1878--Allen, the Hon. George
1873-1878-Dalley, the Right Hon. William Bede, P.C.
1858-1878-Martin, the Hon. Sir James, Chief Justice
1861-1879-Pell, Professor Morris Birkbeck, B.A. (ex officio)
1860-1879-Deas-Thomson, the Hon. Sir E., C.B., K.C.M.G 1860-1880-Macarthur, the Hon. Sir William
1872-1882-Forster, the Hon. William