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Principia, Sections I, II, III, IX, XI. Note.-Candidates are recommended to read Murray's Differential Equations (short course).
B.—Heat, ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM AS PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS, WITH LIGHT AND SOUND AS SUBSIDIARY SUBJECTS.
Principal Subjects. Maxwell
Elementary Treatise on Electricity. J. J. Thomson
Elements of Electricity and Magnetism. Christiansen
Theoretical Physics, Chapters VII-XI. Hertz
Electric Waves. Faraday
Experimental Researches in Electricity',
Volume I. Preston
Theory of Heat. Maxwell
Theory of Heat (latest edition). Fourier
Theory of Heat, Chapters I and II. Stewart and Gee ...
Practical Physics, Volume II. Glazebrook and Shaw
Practical Physics, Chapters VIII-XIII
(omitting Section 31).
Text-book of the Principles of Physics (3rd
edition), Chapters V, XIV, XV.
C.-LIGHT AND SOUND AS PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS, WITH HEAT, ELECTRICITY
AND MAGNETISM AS SUBSIDIARY SUBJECTS.
Preston Heath Helmholtz
Theory of Light.
*Elements of Electricity and Magnetism. Heat (latest edition).
by Goebel, translated by Garnsey and
Balfour (Clarendon Press Series). Lectures on the Physiology of Plants, trans
lated by H. M. Ward (Clarendon Press
by Garnsey and Balfour (Clarendon Press
Balfour (Clarendon Press Series).
in identifying Indian plants).
Organs of the Phanerogams and Ferns, translated by F. O. Bower and D. H. Scott (Clarendon Press Series).
E.PHYSIOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY.
Text-book of Physiology.
General Part and Special Part-Protozoa
F.-GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY. Geikie
Text-book of Geology (latest edition). Medlicott and Blanford
Manual of the Geology of India (2nd edition)
by R. D. Oldham, A.R.S.M. Nicholson and Lyddekar
* The questions on J.J. Thomson's work shall not be so difficult as tbose in Groap B.
(ii) LAW. B.L. EXAMINATION, 1906, 1907 AND 1908. (1) The Principles of Jaris- Maine's Ancient Law; Holland's Eleprudence; the History and ments of Jurisprudence; Cowell's Tagore Constitution of the Courts of Law Lectures, 1872; Hunter's“Introduction Law and Legislative Authorities to Roman Law,” 5th edition, Chapters lin India.
5; no question should be pat the answer to
which would involve a knowledge of Latin. (2) The Law relating to Act IX. of 1875 (Majority); Stephen's persons in their Public and Commentaries on the Laws of England, 14th Private Capacities, including edition, 1903, Book I, Book III, Chapters the Law of Testamentary 1-4, and Book IV, Part I, Chapters 2 and Succession.
6; Act X. of 1865 (Succession Act), except Parts III-V, XXX, XXXI, and XXXVXL; Act XXI. of 1870 (Hindu Wills Act), except the portions of the Indian Succession Act omitted from the Study of that Act; Act V. of 1881 (Probate); Hinda Law of Wills (being topic No. 14 in Syllabus on page 260); Ameer Ali's Students' Mannal of Muhammadan Law (2nd edition), Part III, Chapter III (Wills); Snell's Principles of Equity, 13th Ed., Part II, Chapter XXII
(Infants). (3) The Law of Property, Nelson's Law of Property, omitting Chapincluding the Law relating to ters 3-14, 16-18; Regulations I., VIII. of Land Tenures and the Revenne 1793, Regulation VIII. of 1819; Regulation
XI. of 1825; Act XI. of 1859, omitting
sections 4, 16, 40-52 and 56–62; Act VIII. of 1885 (Bengal Tenancy Act), Chapters
I-VIII, XI, XIV. XV. (4) The Law of Property, Act IV. of 1882 (Transfer of Property including the Laws of Transfer, Act), Act III. of 1877 (Registration Act), Prescription, and Pre-emption. sections 17, 18, 48, 49, 50; Act XV. of 1877,
sections 26-28 (Prescription); Upendranath Mitra's Indian Law of Prescription and Easements; Hindu Law of Endowments (being topic No 16 in Syllabus on page 260); Ameer Ali's Stadents' Mangal of Muhammadan Law (2nd edition), Part III, Chapters I, II, and IV (Gift, Wakf and Pre-emption); Snell's Principles of Equity, 13th edition, Part I, Part II, Chapter- IVI. XVI-XVII (Mortgages, Legal and Equi. table), and Part III, Chapters I-IV (Accident, Mistake, Actual Frand, Con
structive Fraud). (5) The Law of Contracts Anson's Law of Contract; Bigelow's and Torts.
“ Law of Torts," 2nd edition, Cambridge University Press, 1903, omitting Chapters 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 18 and Appendix on Statements of claim; Act IX. of 1872; Act J. of 1877 ; Snell's Principles of Equity, 13th edition, Part III, Chapters 9-10 (Specific
Performance and Injunction). (6) The Law of Crimes and The Indian Penal Code (Act XLV. of Criminal Procedure.
the whole of Chapters 1-5 and such portions of Chapters 6-23 as do not relate exclusively to the amount of punishment to be inflicted for an offence; the Code of Criminal Procedure (Act V. of 1898), omitting Chapters 1, 9, 14, 33-40, 42, 43, 46 (except section 562); Mayne's Criminal Law of India (2nd edition), Part II, Chapters
1, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 15. (7) The Law of Civil Proce- Best “On Evidence,” 6th edition, Introdure, including the Law of duction, Book I, Book IV; the Code of Civil Evidence and the Law of Procedure (Act XIV. of 1882), Chapters Limitation.
1-9, 11, 12, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 30, 31, 33, 35-37, 40-43, 45-47; the Evidence Act (Act I. of 1872); the Limitation Act (Act XV. of 1877), omitting sections 26–28 and
Schedule II. (8) The Hindu Law and the
Mitakshara, Chapter 1, Sections I-V; Muhammadan Law (with the Chapter II. sections I-X; Dayabhaga, exception of parts already Chapters 1, 2, 5, 11; Hinda Law ins in included) and the Law of Syllabus on page 260, except topics 14 Intestate Succession.
and 16) ; Sirajiya (except the details as to succession of distant kindred); Ameer Ali's Students' Manual of Muhammadan Law (2nd edition), Parts I and II; Act X. of 1865 (snccession Act, Parts III-V).
SYLLABUS OF HINDU LAW.
1. Nature and Origin of Hindu Law. 9. Womav's estate and right of 2. Sources of Hindu Law.
females. 3. Customary Law.
10. Marriage. 4. Schools of Hindu Law.
11. Different kinds of sons and 5. Change of law in consequence of
Adoption. change of domicile or religion. 12. The Jaw regarding Joint 6. Definitions of 'Sapinda,' 'Sago.
Family and Joint Property tra,'' Sakulya, "Samanodakn,'
including the law of debts and · Bandhu.'
and alienations and Partition 7. The law of inheritance including
of Joint Family Property.
15. Impartible estates. 8. Stridhan and succession to Stri. 16. Religious and Charitable endhan.
Mayne's “ Hindu Law and Usage."
Jogendrachandra Ghose's “ Principles of Hindu Law.” Note.—In the list of text-books for the B.L Examination, when any Act is named, it is to be understood to mean that Act with all amendments made up to the 31st March of the year in which the Examination is held.
HONOURS IN LAW EXAMINATION, 1906 and 1907. (1) HINDU LAW OR MUHAMMADAN LAW.
Hindu Law, Manu
Institntes, Chapters 1, 3, 7, 8, and 9. Yajnavalkya
· Institntes, Book II, on Vyavahára or Posi
tive Law. Vijnanesvara
) Devánanda Bhatta
The portion relating Vachaspati Misra
Vyavahára Mayukha !
to inheritance. Mitra Misra
Dáyabhága. Nanda Pandita
Dáttaka-Mímánsá. Raghumani or Kavera
Dáttaka-Chandriká. G. D. Banerjee
Marriage and Stridhana. G. C. Sarkar
Law of Adoption. Mayne
Hindu Law and Usage.