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Examinations shall be held at the same time as the Annual Examinations in other Faculties. Students who have not acquitted themselves satisfactorily in such Class Examinations or exercises (including attendance at Court) as may be prescribed by the Faculty of Law, may be refused admission to these
Examinations. 26-4-97 9.-The names of candidates who have passed the Inter
mediate LL.B. Examination shall be published in order of merit.
his Intermediate Examination within two years of his commencing his course in Law shall not be eligible for
Prize or Scholarship awarded for proficiency in that Examination ; and provided also that a candidate who does not pass his Final Examination within three years of passing his Intermediate Examination shall not be eligible for any Prize or Scholarship
awarded for proficiency in the subjects of that examination. 26-4-97 10.--At the Intermediate Examination candidates shall be examined in
IV. International Law. 26-4-97 11.-At the Final Examination candidates shall be examined in
I. The Law of Property and Principles of Conveyancing.
Procedure in those Jurisdictions; and
Supreme Court in its Common Law Jurisdiction and
Evidence and Pleading. 26-4-97 12.-Students shall be exempt from attending lectures and
passing examinations in any of the prescribed subjects which may have formed part of their course for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, but from no others.
13.--The Degree of LL.D. shall not be conferred until after 26-4-97 the expiration of two years from the granting of the LL.B. Degree.
14.-Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Laws shall be 26-4-97 examined in the following subjects :-
of New South Wales.
15.—The candidates who distinguish themselves most 26-4-97 highly at the Degree examinations respectively shall, if of sufficient merit, receive a bronze medal.
16.-The fee for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws shall be 26-4-97 £10, and that for the Degree of Doctor of Laws, £20. These fees shall be paid to the Registrar before the examination, and shall not in any case be returned to the candidate.
17.—Candidates who fail to pass the examination for any 26-4-97 Degree shall be allowed to present themselves for a second examination for the same degree without additional fee; but for any further examination that may be required they shall pay half the ordinary Degree fee.
18.—Students at Law and Articled Clerks and other persons 26-4-97 may be admitted to such lectures and examinations in Law as they may desire; and in the event of their passing in the subjects of any course, they shall be entitled to receive certificates to that effect.
CHAPTER XVII.-FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 1.- The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, the Fellows of the 19-3-89 Senate who are legally qualified members of the Medical Profession, the Professors and Lecturers in the subjects of the Medical curriculum, and the Examiners in Medicine appointed by the Senate, shall constitute the Faculty of Medicine.
2.- The Dean shall exercise a general superintendence over 19.3-89 the administrative business connected with the Faculty, and it shall be the duty of the Registrar to summon meetings of the
Faculty at such times as may be required by the Dean, provided that upon the written requisition of any three members of the Faculty, the Dean, or in his absence the Registrar, shall convene a special meeting. No question shall be decided at any meeting of the Faculty unless there be present at least five members. In the absence of the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor the Dean shall act as Chairman at all meetings of the Faculty, but in his absence the members then present shall elect a Chairman from amongst themselves. The Chairman at any such meeting shall have a vote, and in case of an equality of votes, a second or casting vote. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to attend all meetings, and to record the proceedings.
3. The Faculty shall meet for the purpose of considering and reporting to the Senate upon such subjects as have relation to 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 the Senate, and, except where otherwise specified, each shall consist either of a long course of one hundred hours' instruction, extending 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. 26-4-97 5.—Written Class Examinations shall be held during each
course of instruction in Lent and Trinity Terms. Students shall not absent themselves from these examinations except upon a medical certificate, and at the end of each course a report of the result, signed by the responsible teacher, shall be presented to the Senate by the Dean. Students who fail to pass the Class Examinations may, at the discretion of the Board of Examiners, be refused admission to the Annual Examination.
6.-There shall be three Degrees granted in the Faculty of Medicine, viz.—Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Bachelor of Medicine
(M.B.), and Master of Surgery (Ch.M.) 18-7-93
7.-Candidates for a Degree in Medicine shall, before admission to the Medical School, produce evidence of having graduated in Arts or in Science, or of having attended the lectures of the First Year of the Arts course and passed the First Year Examination in Arts, or of having passed the Senior Public Examination, or an examination equivalent to the Senior Public Examination, in the following subjects, viz , Latin, and
one of the three languages-Greek, French, German, and in three of the sections in Group III., of the subjects for which senior candidates may enter, viz., Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Elementary Surveying and Astronomy, Mechanics, Applied Mechanics.
8.–Candidates for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and 26-4-97 Master of Surgery shall attend the following courses of instruction, and present the following certificates: I. In the First Year
Inorganic Chemistry and Practical Chemistry.
Biology and Practical Biology.
Descriptive Anatomy (Junior Course).
Physiology (Junior Course).
Practical Physiology (Histology and Experimental Physio
logy). During Michaelmas Term
Descriptive Anatomy (Senior Course).
Practical Physiology (Physiological Practical Chemistry).
Materia Medica and Therapeutics (seventy-five lectures).
Physiology (Senior Course).
twenty-five hours' instruction.
During Michaelmas Term
Medical Jurisprudence and Public Health.
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.
Clinical Medicine (twice weekly). Provided that the courses of instruction in Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery and Psychological Medicine may be taken by the student in either the Fourth or the Fifth Year of study, as may from time to time be provided by the teaching regulations of the University. Provided further that the course of instruction in Applied Logic may be taken by the student in any year of study.
Before admission to the Final Examination, candidates shall also be required to present the following certificates at least ten clear days before the date of the examination :
(i.) Of Hospital Practice during the Fourth and Fifth Years. (ii.) Of attendance on a class of Practical Pharmacy approved
by the Faculty of Medicine, or a certificate showing that the student has been engaged during at least twenty-five attendances of two hours each, in compounding and dispensing drugs in a laboratory or a dispensary or other place for compounding medicines approved by the Faculty
of Medicine. (iii.) Of having acted during not less than nine months as
Clinical Clerk in the Medical Wards, not less than six