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Parliamentary Papers, by the Governments of South Australia and New Zealand.

Report of the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, by the Government Astronomer of South Africa.

Publications of the Government of New South Wales, by the Government
of New South Wales; of the Department of Mines and Geological
Survey; of the Department of Agriculture.
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Univ. Tutorial Press, Miss Campbell, J. Cook, Consulat de France
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REPORT

OF THE

SENATE OF
OF THE UNIVERSITY

OF SYDNEY

FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1916.

1. The Senate of the University of Sydney, in pursuance of the provisions of Section 16 (i) of the "University and University Colleges Act 1900," has the honour to transmit the account of its proceedings during the year 1916 for the information of His Excellency the Governor and Executive Council.

2. The number of students admitted to matriculation in March, 1916, with a view to proceeding with the curriculum in one or other of the various Faculties was 340.

Allotment of Public Exhibitions.

3. The third allotment of Public Exhibitions under section 31 (a) of the University Amendment Act was made in the month of March upon the results of the Leaving Certificate Examination.

Exhibitions were awarded in the various Faculties and Departments as follows:

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Attendance at Lectures.

4. The following table shows the number of students in the several Faculties for the year 1916 :

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1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

Economics and Commerce
Pharmacy Students

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Men. Women.
108

21

69

491

2

10

113

9

65

3

508

38

83

493

16

122

Diploma Courses.

68

4

7

1339
12

1327

Total.

129

79

1535

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Number of Students in Attendance, 1912-1916.

Men. Women. Total.

1250

222

1377

254

1377

297

1428

370

1149

499

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8

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1472

1631

1674

1798

1648

1535

1648

Annual University Examinations.

5. The number of students who attended and passed the annual examinations in December, 1915, and March, 1916, after attending the prescribed courses of lectures, is shown in the following table:

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FACULTY OF LAW.
Intermediate Examination-Section I.
Section II.

Military Science II. (Imperial Defence and Military

History)

Military Science III. (Military History and Tactics)
Military Topography
Military Field Engineering

Final Examination-Section I.
Section II.

FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

First Degree Examination
Second Degree Examination
Third Degree Examination
Fourth Degree Examination
Final Degree Examination ..

DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY.

First Year Examination
Second Year Examination
Third Year Examination
Fourth Year Examination

In addition to the evening students passing through the regular curriculum, 106 evening students and students of special subjects passed the examination in individual subjects after attendance upon the prescribed courses.

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY STUDIES.

FACULTY OF SCIENCE.

Candidates. Passed.

129

112

105

First Year Examination
Second Year Examination
Third Year Examination

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12

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17

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Candidates. Passed.

24

15

14

16

6

122

80

81

75

135

92

93

83

6334

11

34

15

26

5

11

17

14

7

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In the Faculty of Science and the Department of Engineering 6 students of special subjects passed in the final examination of their subjects.

In Pharmacy 41 students seeking a qualification presented themselves for the University examinations at the conclusion of the courses of lectures which they had attended; 28 passed in individual subjects, 12 completing the whole

course.

Degrees Conferred.

6. The following degrees were conferred after examina

tion :

Master of Arts (M.A.):-Barder, Horace William Alexander ;
Bertram, Kathleen Mary; Betts, Eugene Elsie Charlotte;
Cotton, Leo Arthur; Harkness, Bertie Clarence; Harris,
Harold Lark; Lennard, Wallace; Macartney-Noake,
Reginald Robert; Mallett, Thomas Richmond; Mulvey,
Gladys Esmé; McMahon, Lilian; Northcott, Clarence
Hunter; Partridge, Kingsley Foster; Ryan, Kevin
Joseph; Swift, Edmund Harold.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.):- Alexander, Jean Wyllie; Asher,
Maisie Heath; Baker, Francis Richard; Barnes, Reginald
George; Bennett, Charles Edward; Bertles, Zoe Emma;
Beveridge, Ruby Scoular; Black, Margaret Mary; Blumer,
Paul Wilfrid; Bonsall, Isabella Annie; Booth, Elizabeth

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