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THE following donations were made in 1883-4 for the purpose of providing books for the Law Library :-Sir William Young, $200; Hon. Mr. Justice Thompson, Hon. S. L. Shannon, Wallace Graham, Q.C., Robert Sedgewick, Q.C., Prof. R. C. Weldon, H. McD. Henry, Q.C., D. B. Woodworth, Esq., Prof. B. Russell, Prof. J. G. MacGregor, J. J. Stewart, Esq., Hon. Robert Boak, John Y. Payzant, A.M., and W. J. Stairs, Esq., $100 each; T. A. Ritchie, Esq., $50; A. K. Mackinlay, Esq., and James Scott, Esq., $25 each; and R. W. Fraser, Esq., $20.

THE following donations of books have been made during the past year to the University Library:-R. Sedgewick, Q.C., 16 vols. (Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th Ed.); Prof. J. G. MacGregor, 4 vols. ; Students Lecture Committee, 18 vols. (Chambers' Encyclopædia); M. Guthrie, Esq., Liverpool, G. B., 1 vol.; The Historical Society, 1 vol.; Rev. Dr. Honeyman, 1 vol.; H. Cato, Tokio Daigaku, 1 vol.; Registrar Queen's University, 1 vol.; Dominion Government, 7 vols.; Smithsonian Institution, 6 vols. ; John Doull, Esq., 7 vols. (Challenger Reports); Geologial Survey of Canada, 2 vols. ; Registrar of London University, 1 vol.

THE following gentlemen have during the past year presented to the Law Library the numbers of volumes set opposite their names :-Akins, T. B., D. C. L., 14 vols.; Allison, J. F., Sackville, 1 vol.; Almon, Hon. J. W., M. D., 12 vols., lot of Blue Books; Archibald, Sheriff, 16 vols.; Barnes, H. W., 13 vols.; Bligh, H. H., Q.C., Antigonish, 2 vols.; Boak, H. W. C., 3 vols.; Borden, R. L., 1 vol.; Botsford, Hon. A. E., Sackville, N. B., 150 vols.; Bulmer, J. T., 156 vols. ; Commissioners of the Provincial Library, 25 vols.; Customs Department, Halifax, per Hon. William Ross, 176 vols.; Do., per H. Withers, 42 vols.; Daly, M. B., M.P., 121 vols.; Davidson, 5 vols. ;

Des Barres, Hon. W. F., 212 vols.; Des Barres, L. W., 8 vols.; Dickie, Hon. R. B., Amherst, 200 vols.; Eaton, B. H., Q.C., 19 vols.; Ervin, John, 20 vols. ; Evans, Mrs. William, Four Mile House, 11 vols.; Ferguson, Hon. Donald, Charlottetown, P. E. I., 1 vol.; Fielding, Hon. W. F., 12 vols.; Fogo, Hon. James, Q.C., Pictou, 15 vols. ; Forrest, Rev. John, 4 vols. ; Foster, Foster & Mills, 2 vols. ; Fox, J. J., 107 vols.; Frame, Eliza, Shubenacadie, 2 vols.; Fullerton, W. M., Amherst, 3 vols.; Government of Nova Scotia, 97 vols.; Halifax Co., Municipality of, per H. W. Wiswell, 41 vols.; Hannington, Hon. D. L., Dorchester, 10 vols.; Harrington, C. S., Q.C., 1 vol.; Henry, Hugh McD., Q.C., 62 vols.; Hill, P. C., jr., 14 vols.; Hobart, D. K., American Consul, Windsor, 29 vols.; Howe, William, Q.C., 84 vols. ; Howe, Sydenham, 3 vols., lot of Pamphlets; Hunt, J. Johnston, 6 vols.; Johnstone, His Honor J. W., Dartmouth, 151 vols.; Kenny, Sir Edward, 140 vols.; King, E. D., Q.C., 30 vols.; Knapp, Chas., Dorchester, 12 vols.; Matheson, Pictou, 14 vols.; MacCoy, W. F., Q.C., 5 vols.; McDonald, Hon. Chief Justice, 2 vols.; McDonald, Alex., 12 vols.; McHeffey, heirs of the late Hon. Richard, Windsor, 143 vols.; McKay, John, Gay's River, 37 vols.; McKenzie, G. A., Dartmouth, 1 vol.; Maclean, Dr. D., Shubenacadie, 9 vols.; McLellan, W. W., 2 vols.; McNab, William, 1 vol.; McSweeney, W. B., 12 vols.; Menger, John, 5 vols.; Mills, W. A., 1 vol.; Milner, Christopher, Sackville, 5 vols.; Moore, Henry, Shubenacadie, 21 vols. ; Morse, Charles, Liverpool, 2 vols.; Motton, Robert, 85 vols.; Murray, Rev. Robert, 12 vols.; Oulton, A. E., Dorchester, 2 vols.; Ouseley, J. W., 31 vols. ; Parker, F. G., Shubenacadie, 19 vols., 20 Pamphlets;

Parsons, J., 57 vols.; Payzant, J. Y., 20 vols.; Peck, J. B., Dorchester, 3 vols.; Penny, Mrs., Gay's River, 1 vol.; Powell, H. A., Sackville, 8 vols.; Power, Hon. L. G., 3 vols.; Pryor, Henry, D.C.L., Q.C., 144 vols.; Ratchford, C. E., Amherst, 2 vols.; Rigby, Hon. S. G., 27 vols.; Ritchie, Hon. J, W., 12 vols.; Ritchie, George, LL.B., 3 vols.; Russell, B., Dartmouth, 6 vols. ; Sedgewick, Robert, Q.C., 27 vols.; Shannon, Hon. S. L,, Q.C., 49 vols.; Smith, Hon. H. W., 60 vols.; Soule & Bugbee, Boston, 2 vols. ; Stewart, J. J., 6 vols ; Stewart, D. B., Ottawa, 1 vol.; State of Wisconsin, 1 vol.; State of Pennyslvania, 2 vols.; State of Vermont, 1 vol.; State of Illinois, 1 vol.; State of Nebraska, 1 vol,; State of Kentucky, 1 vol.; State of Wyoming, 3 vols.; State of Missouri, 2 vols; State of Dakota, 1 vol,; State of Michigan, 1 vol.; State of Alabama, 1 vol.; State of Indiana, 1 vol.; State of Montana, 2 vols.; State of New York, 4 vols.; State of New Mexico, 1 vol.; State of Arizona, 1 vol.; Sutherland, W. D., 3 vols.; Thompson, Hon. J. S. D., 72 vols.; Thomson, James, Q. C., 1 vol.; Thorne, J. H., 8 vols.; Tremaine, F. J., 9 vols.; Wallace, T. J., 11 vols., lot of Pamphlets; Wells, W. W., Dorchester, 12 vols.; White, Hon. A. J., 12 vols.; Whitman, Alfred, 7 vols.; Wylde, J. J., 8 vols.

Dalhousie College & University.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS.

HON. SIR WILLIAM YOUNG, LL.D., Ex-Chief Justice, Chairman.

HON. SIR CHARLES TUPPER, K.C.M.G., C. B., M.D.

HON. J. W. RITCHIE, Ex-Judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia.

HON. S. L. SHANNON, D.C.L., Q.C., Judge of Probate.

VERY REV. G. M. GRANT, D.D., Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Queen's

University, Kingston, Ont.

JAMES F. AVERY, ESQ., M.D,

WILLIAM J. STAIRS, ESQ., Vice-Chancellor of the University of Halifax. REV. JOHN MACMILLAN, M.A, B.D.

REV. JOHN FORREST.

HON. ALFRED G. JONES.

JOHN S. MACLEAN, ESQ.

PETER JACK, Esq.

JOHN DOULL, ESQ.

REV. ROBERT MURRAY.

HON. JAMES MACDONALD, Chief Justice.

WALLACE GRAHAM, ESQ., A.B., Q.C.

HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF HALIFAX, ex officio.

R. SEDGEWICK, Esq., B. A., Q.C., Representative of the Alumni Association

GEORGE THOMSON, Treasurer.

WILLIAM M. DOUL, Secretary.

SENATUS ACADEMICUS.

VERY REV. JAMES ROSS, D.D., Principal.

REV. WILLIAM LYALL, LL.D.

CHARLES MACDONALD, M.A.

JOHN JOHNSON, M.A.

GEORGE LAWSON, PH.D., LL.D., F.I.C., Secretary.

J. G. MACGREGOR, M. A., D.Sc.

REV. JOHN FORREST.

J. G. SCHURMAN, M.A., D.Sc.

RICHARD C. WELDON, M.A., PH.D.

WILLIAM J. ALEXANDER, B.A, PH.D.

JAMES LIECHTI, M.A.

BENJAMIN RUSSELL, A.M,

OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION.

VERY REV. PRINCIPAL ROss, D.D., Professor of Ethics.

REV. WILLIAM LYALL, LL. D., F. R.S.C., Professor of Logic and Psychology. CHARLES MACDONALD, M.A. (Aber.), Professor of Mathematics.

JOHN JOHNSON, M. A. (Dub.), McLeod Professor of Classics.

GEORGE LAWSON, PH.D., LL. D., F.I.C., F.R.S. C., McLeod Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy.

JAMES LIECHTI, M. A. (Vind.), McLeod Professor of Modern Languages. JAMES GORDON MACGREGOR, M A. (Dal ), D Sc. (Lond.), F.R.SS. E. & C., George Munro Professor of Physics.

REV. JOHN FORREST, George Munro Professor of History and Political Economy.

JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN, M.A. (Lond.), D.Sc. (Edin.), George Munro Professor of Metaphysics.

RICHARD CHAPMAN WELDON, A.M. (Mt. All), PH.D. (Yale), George Munro Professor of Constitutional and International Law.

HON. JOHN S. D. THOMPSON, Judge of the Supreme Court, Lecturer on Procedure and Evidence.

HON. SAMUEL LEONARD SHANNON, D.C.L. (Vind.), Q.C., Lecturer on Real Property and Crimes.

JAMES THOMSON, Q. C., Lecturer on Conveyancing.

WALLACE GRAHAM, A.B. (Acad.) Q C., Lecturer on Commercial Law.

ROBERT SEDGEWICK, B.A. (Dal.), QC, Lecturer on Equity Jurisprudence. BENJAMIN RUSSELL, A.M. (Mt. All.), Professor of Contracts.

JOHN YOUNG Payzant, A.M. (Acad.), Lecturer on Torts.

WILLIAM JOHN ALEXANDER, B.A. (Lond.), PH.D. (Johns Hopkins), George Munro Professor of English Language and Literature.

JAMES STARR TRUEMAN, B.A. (Dal.), George Munro Tutor in Classics. GEORGE MURRAY CAMPBELL, B.A. (Dal.), George Munro Tutor in Mathematics.

DAVID BAILEY, Instructor in Gymnastics.

Librarian: PROFESSOR FORREST.
(MR. TRUEMAN,

Assistant Librarians: MR. CAMPBELL.

Janitor: ARCHIBALD DUNLOP.

General Regulations.

SI. THE ACADEMIC YEAR. The academic year consists of one session. The session of 1884-5 will begin on Thursday, 16th October, 1884, and end on Wednesday, 29th April, 1885.

Notice is kereby given that in 1887 the session may be lengthened by two months.

The Summer Session is for the present suspended.

§ II-ADMISSION OF STUDENTS.-(1.) Students may enter the College, either as Undergraduates, with the intention of applying for a University Degree at the end of their course, or as General Students, who do not look forward to a University Degree.

(2.) Women shall be admitted to the College, in the Faculty of Arts, as undergraduates, on the same terms as men,-and as general students, provided they satisfy the Professors of the classes they wish to join that they are qualified to profit by their lectures.

(3.) Undergraduates shall be required to matriculate before entering upon the course of study prescribed for the degree for which they are candidates. Matriculation consists simply in inscribing the name in the Register of Undergraduates; but no student shall be allowed to matriculate unless he has passed either one or other of the Matriculation Examinations of the Faculty in which he is to study, or an equivalent examination as indicated in §§ XII-XIV, XXVI-XXVIII. (For registration fee see SXXIV.)

(4.) No student shall be admitted as an undergraduate after ten days from the opening of the classes, without the special permission of the Faculty in which he is to study.

(5.) Undergraduates from other Universities may, on producing satisfactory certificates, be admitted to similar standing in this University. (See $$ XII, XXVI.)

(6.) General students must enter their names annually in the Register of General Students. (For registration fee see

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