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20.—The fee for the Degree of B.A. shall be three pounds. 184-94 No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless he have previously paid this fee to the Registrar. If a candidate fail to pass the examination the fee shall not be returned to him. For

any re-examination for the same Degree he shall pay a fee of two pounds.

21.–The examination shall be conducted in the first instance 5-7-87 by means of printed papers, and at the termination of such examination each candidate shall undergo a virâ roce examination if the Examiners think fit.

22.–Students proceeding to the Degree of B.A. who have 21-4-96 passed the First Year Examination, and who have thereat been placed in the First Class in the Honour list in Classics (Latin and Greek) or in Mathematics, may elect to attend lectures during the second year in that subject only in which they have been so placed in the Honour list; and if they obtain First or Second Class Honours in that subject at their Second Year Examination they shall be held to have passed that examination.

23.–Students proceeding to the Degree of B.A. who have 21-4-96 passed the Second Year Examination, and who have thereat been placed in the First or Second Class in the Honour list either in Classics (Latin and Greek) or in Mathematics, may elect to attend lectures during their Third Year in that subject only in which they have been so placed in the Honour list; and if they obtain First or Second Class Honours in that subject at their B.A. Examination they shall be held to have passed that examination.

24.—The candidate for Honours who shall have most dis- 11-9-93 tinguished himself at the B.A. Examination in Classics, Mathematies, or Logic and Mental Philosophy, shall, if he possess sufficient merit, receive a bronze medal.

MASTER OF ARTS.

25.—There shall be a yearly examination for the Degree of 5-7-87 M.A. during Lent Term, or at such other times as the Examiners, with the sanction of the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor, may appoint.

26.—Every candidate for this Degree must have previously 5-7-87 obtained the Degree of B.A., and two years must have elapsed since the time of his examination for such Degree. He will also be required to furnish evidence of having completed his twenty

first year.

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27.—The fee for the Degree of M.A. shall be five pounds. No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless he have previously paid this fee to the Registrar. If 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.

28.—Candidates for the Degree of M.A. shall elect to be examined in

more of the following branches of knowledge :

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
examination shall, if he possess sufficient merit, receive a bronze
medal.

29.—The Senate may, at its discretion, admit to examination for the Degree of Master of Arts any person who shall have obtained at least two years previously the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, or equivalent first Degree in Arts in any other University approved by the Senate. Every candidate for admission under this By-law must make application in writing to the Registrar and supply satisfactory evidence of his qualification as aforesaid, and that he is a person of good fame and character; and upon the approval of his application shall pay to the Registrar a fee of two pounds for the entry of his name in the University books, in addition to the prescribed fee for his Degree. Every candidate before he is admitted to this Degree shall be required to furnish evidence of having completed his twenty-first year.

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CHAPTER XVI.-FACULTY OF LAW, 1.-The Professor or Professors and Lecturers in the subjects of the curriculum in Law, gether with such Fellows of the Senate as are members of the Legal Profession, shall constitute the Faculty of Law.

2.—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 Law and such questions as may be referred to it by the Senate; and shall have the general direction and superintendence over the teaching in Law, subject to such resolutions as the Senate may think fit to pass in relation thereto.

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3.—The Dean of the Faculty of Law shall act as Chairman 26-4-97 at 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 of an equality of votes, a second or casting vote.

4.-There shall be two Degrees granted in the Faculty of 26-4-97 Law, viz. :-—Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) and Doctor of Laws (LL.D.)

5.—Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) 26-4-97 shall, before admission to the Law School, produce evidence either (1) of having graduated in Arts; or (2) of having completed two years in the Faculty of Arts, and passed the Second Year Examination in Arts; or (3) of having passed the Senior Public Examination, or an examination equivalent thereto, in the following subjects :-(a) Latin, (b) either Greek, French or German; and (c) in three of the following subjects :-Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry.

6.—Thereafter students shall attend the various courses of 28-4-97 lectures prescribed in the subjects mentioned in Sections 10 and 11. Such attendance shall (1) in the ease of students who have passed the Senior Public Examination, or an examination equivalent thereto, extend over a period of not less than five years ; (2) in the case of students who have completed two years in Arts, and passed the Second Year Examination, extend over a period of not less than three years; and (3) in the case of students who have already graduated in Arts, extend over a period of not less than two years.

Students must also pass the examinations referred to in Section 8, and comply with such regulations as may be from time to time prescribed by the Faculty of Law and approved by the Senate.

7.—The order in which the various courses of lectures shall 26-4-97 be taken shall be such as may be from time to time prescribed by the regulations of the Faculty. Provided that such order may in the case of any individual student be varied with the written consent of the Dean of the Faculty.

8.—There shall be two examinations for the Degree of 26-7-97 Bachelor of Laws, called respectively the Intermediate and the Final LL.B. Examinations. The Intermediate and Final LL.B.

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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.

9.—The names of candidates who have passed the Intermediate LL.B. Examination shall be published in order of merit. The names of the candidates who have passed the Final Examination shall be published in three groups, comprising respectively (1) those who have obtained first class Honours; (2) those who have obtained second class Honours; and (3) those who have passed. Provided that a candidate who does

his Intermediate Examination within two years of his commencing his course in Law shall not be eligible for any 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.

10.–At the Intermediate Examination candidates shall be examined in

I. Jurisprudence.
II. Roman Law.
III. Constitutional Law.

IV. International Law.
11.–At the Final Examination candidates shall be examined
in

I. The Law of Property and Principles of Conveyancing.
II. The Law of Status, Civil Obligations and Crimes.
III. Equity, Probate, Bankruptcy and Company Law, and

Procedure in those Jurisdictions; and
IV. Procedure in Civil and Criminal Cases before the

Supreme Court in its Common Law Jurisdiction
and before Courts of Inferior Jurisdiction, to-

gether with Evidence and Pleading. 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.

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13.—The Degree of LL.D. shall not be conferred until 26-4-97 after the expiration of two years from the granting of the LL.B. Degree.

14.–Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Laws shall be 264-97 examined in the following subjects :

I. Jurisprudence.
II. 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 of Laws,
called the LL.D. Examination, Such Examination shall take
place in the month of March in each year.

15.- The candidates who distinguish themselves most highly 26-4-97 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 29-1-01 Senate who are legally qualified members of the Medical Profession, and the Professors and Lecturers in the subjects of the Medical curriculum 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

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