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be given, setting forth the subjects in which the candidate has passed and the distinction (if any) he has attained.

"IX. The Examiners shall be the Professors of and Lecturers on the subjects included in the said examinations, and additional Examiners appointed by the University Court. The mode of conducting the examination shall be fixed from time to time by the Senatus Academicus.

"X. Every student who, at the time when this Ordinance shall come into operation, shall have completed a part of his course with a view to graduation as a Bachelor of Law in any Scottish University under Regulations hitherto in force in that University, and shall thereafter complete his course of study in conformity with such Regulations, may become a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Law, without complying with the provisions of this Ordinance; or he may complete his course of study and become a candidate for said degree in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance: provided always that in the latter case he shall not be deemed to be disqualified if he shall have passed the Preliminary Examination prescribed in Section I. hereof after entering on his curriculum of study.

"XI. Section II. sub-section (7) of Ordinance No. 39-General No. 11-of the Universities Commissioners-prescribing regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)-shall be read as if the words Evidence and Procedure' were inserted after the words 'Administrative Law,' and as if at the end of the said sub-section there were added the words 'or such other subject included in the Department of History and Law or in the Faculty of Law as the Senatus, with the approval of the University Court, may from time to time determine'.

"XII. This Ordinance shall come into force at the beginning of the first academic year or first Summer Session, whichever be the earlier, after the date on which it is approved by His Majesty in Council; and, subject as aforesaid, the provisions of the Ordinance of the said Commissioners, No. 40 [General No. 12— Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Law (B. L.)] are hereby revoked."

June, 1911.


The fee for the LL.B. Examination is £6 6s., payable £1 1s. on each entry for examination, and balance, if any, before Graduation.

The fee for the B.L. Examination is £5 5s., payable £2 2s. for the first subject entered for, and £1 1s. for each further subject till fully paid.

In the case of both Degrees the fee for re-examination is 10s. 6d. for each subject, and for entry to examinations by nonmatriculated candidates 10s. 6d.


In Civil (Roman) Law.-Institutes of Justinian (Ed. Sandars or Moyle) and the Class Lectures.

In the Law of Scotland.-In addition to the Class Lectures, the books recommended are Bell's " Principles of the Law of Scotland" and Macdonald's "Criminal Law".

In Conveyancing. In addition to the Class Lectures, the books recommended are Professor Montgomerie Bell's "Lectures," and Craigie's "Manuals of Conveyancing," "Moveable Rights" (1894) and Heritable Rights" (1899).


In Constitutional Law and History.-The Class Lectures.
In Jurisprudence.-The Class Lectures.

In Political Economy.- The subjects of examination for the Degree of M.A.

In Forensic Medicine.-Apart from General Toxicology, the examination on poison will be confined to the Mineral Acids, Caustic Alkalies, Phosphorus, Coal Gas, Oxalic Acid, Cantharides, Hydrocyanic Acid, Alcohol, Chloral, Carbolic Acid, Opium, Belladonna, Aconite, Nux Vomica, and the compounds of Arsenic, Antimony, Mercury, Silver and Lead.

In International Public Law.-The Class Lectures.
In International Private Law.-The Class Lectures.


The Degree of Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) is conferred honoris causâ tantum.


A Consultation Law Library is open during Session on certain evenings for the use of the Law Students, and is under the charge of the Professors in the Law Faculty. Catalogues (with Regulations attached) may be obtained from the Law Assistant. In the Law Library, Tutorial Classes are held on certain evenings, which are open (without additional charge) to students attending the day classes.


List of Doctors of Laws since 1901.*

Those marked with an asterisk are known to be deceased.

9TH APRIL, 1901.

Charles Harding Firth, M.A. (Oxon.), Ford's Lecturer in English History, Oxford University.

*Angus Fraser, M.A. (M.C.), 1858, M.D., 1862, Aberdeen.

*Alexander MacBain, M.A., 1880, Head Master, High School, Inverness.

24TH JULY, 1901.

Alfred Wm. Alcock, M.B., C. M. (1885), Major, I.M.S., Superintendent of the Indian Museum, Calcutta.

*Professor Rudolf Virchow, Berlin.

10TH APRIL, 1902.

*Sir Thomas Barlow, Bart., K. C.V.O., M.D. (Lond.), Physician to His Majesty's Household.

John Fleming, Lord Provost of Aberdeen (Knt., 1908).

John Horne, F.R.S., Director of the Geological Survey of Scotland.

*Rev. George Matheson, M.A. (Glasg.), D.D., Edinburgh.

John Robert Sitlington Sterrett, Ph.D. (Munich), Professor of Greek in Cornell University, Ithaca, U.S. A.

John Arbuthnott Trail, M.A. (1866), LL.B., W.S., Edinburgh.

Joseph Wright, M.A., Ph.D., D.C.L., Professor of Comparative Philology in Oxford University.

8TH APRIL, 1903.

James Campbell, Commissioner to the Countess of Seafield, Old Cullen, Cullen. James Dewar, M. A. (Edin.), LL.D., D.Sc., F. R.S., Professor of Experimental Philosophy in the University of Cambridge.

Peter Giles, M. A. (1882), Fellow and Lecturer, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and University Reader in Comparative Philology.

William Gordon, Advocate, Town Clerk of Aberdeen.

David Littlejohn, Advocate, Sheriff Clerk of Aberdeenshire.

Sir Henry Christopher Mance, C.I. E., Late President of the Institute of Electrical Engineers.

Conwy Lloyd Morgan, F.R.S., Principal of University College, Bristol.

Sir Frederick Treves, Bart., K. C. V.O., C. B., F.R.C.S., Serjeant-Surgeon-inOrdinary to H. M. The King. Rector of the University, 1905.

6TH APRIL, 1904.

Charles James Cullingworth, M.D., F.R.C.P., Obstetric Physician to St. Thomas's Hospital, London.

*Major-General Sir Alexander John Forsyth Reid, M.A. (1865), K.C.B., Indian Army.

*For List of Honorary Graduates from 1860 to 1900, see Colonel W. Johnston's "Roll of Graduates of the University of Aberdeen," 1906, or earlier issues of the "University Calendar," down to 1906-7 inclusive.

William Watson, Poet, London.

Sir George Watt, Knight, M. B., C. M., C.I.E., Reporter on Economic Products to the Government of India.

20TH JULY, 1904.

Wyndham Rowland Dunstan, M. A., F.R.S., Director of the Imperial Institute, London.

*George Robert Elsmie, C.S.I., late of the Indian Civil Service.

*Rt. Hon. Charles Thomson Ritchie, P.C., M.P. Rector of the University of Aberdeen (Lord Ritchie of Dundee, 1905).

7TH APRIL, 1905.

John B. Bury, M.A. (Trin. Coll. Dub.), Litt. D., LL.D., Professor of Modern History, University of Cambridge.

Commendatore Alberto Galli, Director-General of the Pontifical Museums and Galleries, Rome.

Thomas Hardy, Author.

Francis John Haverfield, M. A. (Oxon.), Tutor and Lecturer of Christ Church, Oxford.

The Right Honourable Donald James Mackay, Lord Reay, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., LL.D.

John Theodore Merz, Ph.D., D.C.L. (Dunelm.), Meinber of Council of Durham College of Science, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Edward Robinson, B A. (Harvard), Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, U.S.A

*Joost Marius Willem Van der Poorten Schwartz (Maarten Maartens), Author. John Struthers, C. B., B. A. (Oxon.), Secretary of the Scotch Education Department.

19TH JULY, 1905.

*Duncan MacGregor, M. A., M. B., C.M., Inspector-General of Hospitals and Asylums, Wellington, New Zealand.

Sir James Thomson, K.C.S.I., M.A., Member of Council of the Governor of Fort St. George, Madras.

Georg Treu, Professor of the History of Art in the Royal Saxon Technical College, Dresden.

27TH MARCH, 1906.

Thomas Davidson Christie, D.D., Missionary, Tarsus, Asia Minor.


(On the occasion of the Quatercentenary Celebration of the University.) His Serene Highness Albert, Prince of Monaco.

*The Right Hon. Lord Alverstone, G.C.M.G., Lord Chief Justice of England. Count Eugene Goblet d'Alviella, Professor of the Principles of the Evolution of Religions, Brussels.

Melville Best Anderson, Professor of English Literature, Leland Stanford University, California.

Auguste Jean Angellier, Professor of English Literature, Lille.

Richard Anschütz, Professor of Chemistry, Bonn.

Yacoub Artin Pasha, Under Secretary for Public Instruction and President of the Institute of Egypt, Cairo.

Lord Balfour of Burleigh, K.T.

*Henri Becquerel, Professor of Physics, Paris.

Nathan Bodington, Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University.
Charles Borgeaud, Professor of Constitutional Law, Geneva.

Emile Boutroux, Professor of History and Philosophy, Paris.

Sir James Crichton Browne, Kt., Lord Chancellor's Visitor in Lunacy.
Right Hon. James Bryce, M.P., Chief Secretary for Ireland.

*Right Hon. J. A. Campbell of Stracathro, late M.P. for Universities of Glasgow

and Aberdeen.

W. Wilfrid Campbell, Canada.

Casimir de Candolle, Geneva.

Andrew Carnegie, Skibo, Sutherlandshire.

Frank Wigglesworth Clarke, Chief Chemist, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington. Franz Cumont, Professor of Ancient History, Ghent.

Alfred Wm. Winterslow Dale, Vice-Chancellor of Liverpool University.

Yves Delage, Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, Paris.

J. Deniker, Librarian of the Museum of Natural History, Paris.

Vladimir Deruginsky, Professor of Administrative Law, St. Petersburg.
Right Honourable C. Scott Dickson, K.C., Edinburgh.
Hermann Diels, Professor of Classical Philology, Berlin.

W. Einthoven, Professor of Physiology, Leyden.

Sir Edward Elgar, Kt., Mus. Doc., Plas Gwyn, Hereford.

*The Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin, K.G., G.C.S.I.

Herbert Mackay Ellis, Director-General, Naval Medical Service, London.

Arthur J. Evans, Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Pasquale Fiore, Professor of Law, The University, Naples.

Andrew Russell Forsyth, M. A., Sadlerian Professor of Pure Mathematics, Cambridge.

Geo. Knottesford Fortescue, Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum.

*Alex. Campbell Fraser, late Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Edinburgh.

*The Right Rev. Monsignor Robert Fraser, The Scots College, Rome.

Right Hon. Sir Edward Fry, late Lord Justice of Appeal.

Sir Arch. Geikie, Secretary to Royal Society.

Ignacz Goldziher, Professor of Semitic Philology, Buda Pesth.

Ernest Howard Griffiths, Principal of University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire.

Arnold Hague, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington.

H. J. Hamburger, Professor of Physiology, Groningen.

Edward Hjelt, Professor of Chemistry, Helsingfors.
Harald Höffding, Professor of Philosophy, Copenhagen.

Alfred Hopkinson, K. C., Vice-Chancellor of the Victoria University of Manchester.
Ferdinand Hueppe, Professor of Hygiene, Prague.

Sir John Jardine, K.C.I.E., M.P., late Judge of High Court, Bombay.

Howard A. Kelly, Professor of Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Sur.-Gen. Sir Alfred Keogh, K.C.B., Director-General, Army Medical Service. *Franz Kielhorn, Professor of Indian Philology, Göttingen.

Rudolf E. Kobert, Professor of Pharmacology, Rostock.

Casimir Kostanecki, Professor of Anatomy, Cracow.

*Hugo Kronecker, Professor of Physiology, Bern.

*Sir Francis H. Laking, Bart., G.C.V.O., Physician in Ordinary to His Majesty the King and the Prince of Wales.

Commendatore Rodolfo Lanciani, Professor of Ancient Topography, University of Rome.

Charles Rockwell Lanman, Professor of Sanskrit, Harvard University. *Oscar Liebreich, Professor of Pharmacology, Berlin.

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