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First-course students from other colleges of pharmacy, who desire to enter the senior class of this college, are required to produce evidence of their fitness, or to pass an examination.
Conditions and Their Removal.-Students who are conditioned in any subject must present themselves for examination in such subject between the opening of college and the end of the first semester of the succeeding term. Conditions in any laboratory work must be removed during the period mentioned above.
Second-year Examinations. Students in the senior class are examined bi-monthly for the degree of Graduate in Pharmacy, and at the end of the session, in inorganic and organic chemistry, pharmacy, botany, materia medica, pharmacognosy, physiology, toxicology, translation of prescriptions, pharmaceutical jurisprudence, and identification.
Second-year students who take examinations at the close of the term and fail in one or two branches are required to pass satisfactory exam. inations in such branches during the next term; a fee will be charged for each branch taken. Those who fail in three or more branches will be required to repeat the entire course, for which full fees will be charged. If they attend college the ensuing session, they may present themselves for examination at the end of the first semester, and if their examination proves satisfactory, they will be recommended to the Board of Regents for graduation. If they do not attend college, they will not be examined until the close of the term. Those who fail to obtain the required per. centage of credits for their work in any of the laboratories are required again to attend such laboratory or laboratories.
Those who are conditioned will be allowed to present themselves for examination again within two years without further charge, if they do not again attend the college; but if they attend the lectures, laboratories, or reviews, they will be required to pay for such courses of instruction as they receive. The amount of the fees charged for such additional attendance can be learned of the Secretary.
Certificates of Proficiency.—Certificates of proficiency will be issued to those students who have taken a partial examination and have passed in all of the branches in which they were examined; also to special students who pass in their special subjects; also to those candidates who pass in all branches, but are debarred from receiving their diplomas by their being less than twenty-one years old. No certificate of proficiency in pharmacy will be issued unless the student has passed in all the branches. No certificate of proficiency in any subject will be issued unless the applicant shall have attained as high a percentage of credits in such subject as is required in that subject for graduation.
CONDITIONS FOR GRADUATION
FOR THE DEGREE OF GRADUATE IN PHARMACY (Pu.G.) Every person to whom the diploma as Graduate in Pharmacy (Ph.G.) shall be granted must fulfill the following conditions:
1. He must be of good moral character. #2. He must have attained the age of twenty-one years.
3. He must have attended two full courses in each of the departments of this college, or one course (the second year) in this, after a course (the first year), in some other recognized college of pharmacy.
4. He must have attended at least three-fourths of the lectures, re. views and laboratory work in each department in each class, ma le all payments, taken all examinations, passed the same, and met the require. ments of all departments.
FOR THE DEGREE OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST (PH.C.) AND
BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (PHAR.B.) He must have completed the prescribed work and have presented a thesis embodying original work done in one or more of the laboratories of this college.
Candidates are recommended jointly by the Faculty and Board of Directors of this college to the Regents of the University of California, by whom the degree is conferred.
FEES To be paid in advance. Matriculation Fee
$.500 First-year Course (all tuition fees included)
100.00 Second-year Course (all tuition fees included)
100.00 Third and Fourth-year Courses (each)
100.00 Chemical Laboratory (when taken separately)
50.00 Pharmaceutical Laboratory (when taken separately)
50.00 Microscopical Laboratory (when taken separately)
50.00 Lectures (when taken separately) for each course
15.00 Special Instruction and Reviews (each subject each half-year).. 2.50 Examination Fee, Ph.G., Ph.C., and Phar.B. (not refunded in case of failure), each
20.00 Make all checks payable to CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
* If under age, the degree will be conferred at the satisfactory completion of his course in college; but his diploma will be held by the Dean until he attains the required age.
Each student, first and second year, is required to deposit with the Secretary the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25) at the beginning of each term. Seventeen dollars ($17) will be retained for material, scale anil microscope furnished. The unexpended portion of the remainder, after deluetion for breakage and damage, wear and tear, will be refunded. If the student is careful in purchasing, and takes care of the apparatus in his charge, there will be a rebate of several dollars at the end of the session. Where the student has already drawn upon this balance at the end of the first half-year, a second deposit of five dollars ($5) will be required.
All students in third- and fourth-year courses are required to pay a fee of ten dollars ($10), non-returnable, for materials used.
All fees are due in allvance; no part of tuition fee is returnable, but the Secretary may, in his discretion, accept one-half at the opening of the term, in which case the balance will be required to be paid not later than December 15.
All financial obligations to the College must be paid periodically and before the final criminations are taken.
Students who do not intend to pursue pharmacy as a vocation are ailmitted to any of the courses they may desire to attend by paying the fee of the chair or chairs of instruction which they wish to take.
GRADUATING CLASS, 1918
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY
The Degree of Graduate in Pharmacy upon
Ukiah ..Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Berkeley Nevada City
Berkeley .San Francisco
.East Auburn .Jaro, Iloilo, P.I. Nevada City
San Jose San Francisco Los Angeles
San Jose Richmond
Lodi Eugene, Oregon
Santa Rosa Los Angeles
The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist upon
Berkeley .Calcutta, India Los Angeles
NOTE,- All addresses in the following list are in San Francisco unless stated to be else. where. B, Berkeley; 0, Oakland; A, Alameda. Abrams, Arthur Lee Vancouver, B. C. Gibson, Charles Alfred
East Auburn 1st yr-970 Post st
2nd yr-770 Colest
Park 1100 Adamson, Albert Chandler
Oakland 12nd yr-2901 Hilgass ave, B Bkly 5235
1st yr-3911 West st, O Pied 5467W Antonopoulos, Peter Nicholas
Gleibe, Francis James
San Francisco Pyrgos, Greece 1st yr-485A Third st
Grid 1168 2nd yr-595 Potrero av Msn 8398 Gunderson, George Oliver
Berkeley Bagley, Vernon Douglas
1st yr-1616A Virginia st. B 2nd yr-226 Edgewood av Mrkt 8477
Gupta, Sailendra Nath Calcutta, Irdia Berger, James Bourland
3rd yr-1351 Webster st 3rd yr-898 Waller st
Haley, Philip Stephen
Eurika Bock, Frederic KJ
Park 3299 2nd yr-564 Waller st
Hermano, Ariston Jacosalem
Jaro, Iloilo, P. L 1st yr-1330 Page st
Mrkt 612 Bush, Harold Tartan
Tone 2nd yr-226 Edgewood ave Mrkt 8.177
1st yr-226 Edgewood av Mrkt 8477 Cain, Clarence Samuel
Richmond Hutchison, David Roosevelt Nevada City Ist yr-1535 Fourth st, R Rchd 1114W
2nd yr-213 Second av
Pse 730.5 Callis, Charles Lendel
Janssen, Walter August San Francisco 1st yr-800 Irving st
2nd yr-77 Bartlett st
Msn 381 Clark, Edwin Ralph
Los Angeles 12nd yr-139 Hugo st
3rd yr-Turpin Hotel Cleary, Unice Cecile
San Francisco Johnston, Edwin Alexander Berkeley 1st yr-267 Fourth
2nd yr-1179 San Pablo av, B Conn, Elmer George Calistoga
Bkly 583211 1st yr-280 Martine st, R
San Francisco Cox, Everett Clemens
2nd yr-457 Fillmore st 2nd yr-226 Edgewood av Mrkt 8477 Knowlton, Rudolphus Clay
Coquille. Ore Deacon, Alva Mason
12 nd yr- 1550 Page st Park 7629 2nd yr-2 Belmont st Park 6692 Kohnke, Otto Henry
Long Beach Donahue, Zina
Mrkt 477 2nd yr-131 Hugo st
San Jose Douglas, Mark Lyle
1st yr-336 Parnassus ay 2nd yr-500. Divisadero st Park 478 Lienau, Charles Lafayette
San Franciero Farnsworth, Kenneth Frederick Oakley
1st yr-318 Sixth av
Pas 1973 2nd yr-226 Edgewood av Mrkt 8177 Lushy, Gretchen Caroline Franklin, Ver Farrin, Greenleaf Norris
1st yr-700 O'Farrell st 2nd yr-1911 Bancroft way. B
McCumber, Clarence Albert
Mudera Bkly 7772J
1st yr-1465 Green st Fink, Charles Herbert San Jose Maher, George Edward
San Francisco 1st yr-139 Hugo st
1st yr-98 Twenty-ninth st Ms7181 Fletcher, Harry Lewis
Concord Mahorey, Edward George Berkeley 1st yr-318 Sixth av
1st yr-2009 Hearst av. B Fortier, George Jennings Nevada City Massoni, Earl Mathew
Healdsburg 1st yr -719 Shrader st
1st yr-2151 Greenwich st Fortier, Ralph Ambrose Nevada City
Japan 2nd yr-719 Shrader st Park 7782
3rd yr-1624 Post st Frazier, Virginia Lake Berkeley Merry, Richard Ignatius
San Rafael 2nd yr-131 Iugo st
1st yr-26131 Sutter st Furlong, Harry James Vallejo Misawa, Sawaji
Nagano, Japan 11st yr-Twenty-fourth and Castro sts
1st yr-1341 O'Farrell st
West 4290 Garbarino, Louis Frank San Francisco
Mixter, Norbert Wilber
Exeter 2nd yr-161 Nineteenth av Pac 2511
2nd yr-226 Edgewood av
Mrkt $177 Garlich, Oscar L. Roy Berkeley Moody. Willey
San Jose 12nd yr-2240 Ward st. B Bkly 4158.J
12nd yr-2 Belmont st