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Wright. S.U. Women's Union: Miss Collison, B.A. Ex officio: Miss Fidler, B.A., Miss Macdonald, M.A.
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY DENTAL UNDERGRADUATES'
This Society was inaugurated in March, 1911, and meetings are held monthly at the United Dental Hospital, Chalmers Street, at which clinics and papers of professional interest are provided by the students or by dental practitioners. The membership is open to all University Dental Undergraduates, the subscription being 2s. 6d. per annum.
OFFICE-BEARERS FOR 1917.
PATRON-Dr. R. Fairfax Reading, Director of Dental Studies.
VICE-PRESIDENT-G. R. Dent.
HON. SECRETARY-L. R. Firth.
HON. LIBRARIAN-G. R. Dent.
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
The objects of this Society, founded in 1912, are:
1. To provide a common meeting-ground for graduates and undergraduates in the Department of Agricultural Science.
2. To promote the intellectual culture of its members by means of lectures, papers, debates and excursions, and by such other means as may from time to time be approved by the council of the society.
3. To encourage original research on agricultural problems.
All persons attending any lectures in the Agricultural Science course at the University are eligible for ordinary membership; also any past or present members of the teaching staff of the department, and any persons who may have attended lectures in Agricultural Science at Sydney University or at any other recognised University, and are approved by the Council of the society.
The annual subscription is 2s. 6d.
Two prizes are awarded annually to students for original papers.
OFFICE-BEARERS FOR 1916-1917.
PRESIDENT-Professor Watt, M.A., B.Sc.
VICE-PRESIDENTS-J. H. Maiden, F.R.S., F.L.S., W. W. Froggatt, F.L.S., G. Wright, and Professor Cotton.
HON. SECRETARY AND TREASURER-J. P. Shelton..
ASSISTANT HON. SECRETARY-P. Hindmarsh, B.A.
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY EVENING STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION. Founded April 10th, 1900. The chief objects of the Association are to promote social relations among evening students and to further the interests of its members, where possible. Membership is open to all the students who are attending, or have attended, evening lectures. The subscription fee is three shillings per annum, which carries with it membership of the Sydney Undergraduates' Association.
OFFICE-BEARERS FOR 1917-18.
PATRON.-Assistant-Professor E. R. Holme, M.A.
VICE-PRESIDENTS.-F. F. Wheaton, B.A., J. J. Monaghan, B.A., G. T. Spaull, B.A., E. H. Swift, M.A.
HON. SECRETARIES.-Graduate.: A. H. Martin, B.A.; Undergraduate Wm. H. Matheson.
HON. TREASURER.-T. A. Lappin.
REPRESENTATIVES.-Graduates: J. McCrory, B.A., B.Ec., C. L. Firkin, B.A.; Undergraduates: 3rd Year Arts-E. A. Wight, 2nd Year Arts-A. L. H. Scott, 1st Year Arts-T. P. Tonkin, G. L. Reid; 3rd Year Economics-R. Middleton, 2nd Year Economics-T. F. McKenzie, 1st Year Economics-A. Shaw, C. M. Orr.
COMMITTEE.-H. G. Campbell, J. Thompson, P. T. W. Black, C. J.
HON. AUDITORS.-D. D. Sinclair, B.A., H. W. Herbert, B. Ec.
ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES The Economics and Commerce Association was registered under the Companies Act, on 1st March, 1911. Among the objects for which the Association was founded are:
(a) To stimulate interest and research in the Economics of Industry and Commerce by the granting of Fellowships, Prizes and Scholarships, by the reading of papers, and by the holding of lectures, and by such other means as may from time to time be determined.
(b) To collect and diffuse information on all such subjects, and to print,
(c) To establish a library and reading room, to provide rooms and other
The qualification of members :
(a) Honorary Members-(i) All the professors of the Sydney University. (ii.) Such other as the Council may from time to time admit.
UNIVERSITY CLUBS, ETC.
(b) Fellows (i). The professors and lecturers in the Department of Economics and Commerce, University of Sydney. (ii.) Any Associate of two years' standing who has passed the Examination, if any, prescribed by the Council, or who, in the opinion of the Council, has contributed by research to the general stock of economic knowledge.
(c) Associates (i.) Any person who has undergone the course in Economics and Commerce prescribed by the University of Sydney, and obtained the Diploma or Degree of the University, provided that he presents certificates as to his good fame from two Associates or the Chief Lecturer in the Department of Economics and Commerce, Sydney University, and has such other qualifications as the Council may from time to time, or in any special case, require. (ii.) Any person who, in the opinion of the Council, has qualifications which fit him to be an Associate Member.
(d) Student Members-Any person, being a student in Economics and Commerce, University of Sydney, subject to the same conditions as Associates.