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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS The offices of the President, Secretary. Comptroller, Recorder, Appointment Secre. tary, and Manager of the University Press are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on week days, except on Saturday, when they close at 12 m.

The General Library is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday, inclusive; and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday. Vacation schedule : Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; closed Sunday.

The Infirmary is open daily, except Saturday afternoons and Sundays, from 8 to 10 a.m. and from 5 to 6 p.m. for men; and from 10 a.m. to 12 m. and from 3 to 4 p.m. for women. Sundays and holidays (by appointment), 9 to 10 a.m. for men; 10 to 11 a.m. for women, Dentists' hours: daily, excepting Sundays, 9 a.m. to 12 m.; 1 to 5 p.m. Oculists' hours: daily, excepting Thursdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. for men; 10 to 11 a.m. for women.

IN BERKELEY President Emeritus of the University :

Agriculture :

*Thomas F. Hunt, Dean Benjamin Ide Wheeler

Walter Mulford, Director of Resi126 Library

dent Instruction and Acting Dean President of the University:

111 Agriculture Hall David P. Barrows

Clarence M. Haring, Director of 217 California Hall

Experiment Station

110 Agriculture Hall Executive Secretary to the President:

Mechanics : Morse A. Cartwright

Clarence L. Cory 217 California Hall

33 Mechanics Building

Mining : Comptroller, Secretary of the Board of

Frank H. Probert Regents, and Land Agent :

132 Hearst Mining Building

Civil Engineering : 220 California Hall

Charles Derleth, Jr. Assistant Comptroller, Assistant Secre.

204 Civil Engineering Building

Chemistry: tary of the Regents, and Assistant Land Agent:

Gilbert N. Lewis

108 Gilman Hall Robert G. Sproul

Commerce : 220 California Hall

Henry R. Hatfield Deens in the Academic Colleges :

22 Wheeler Hall The Faculties :

Director of the School of Architecture : John C. Merriam

John Galen Howard 217 California Hall

Architecture Building The Graduate Division :

Director of the School of Education : Armin 0. Leuschner

Alexis F. Lange 209 California Hall

315 Library The Undergraduate Division :

Director of the School of Jurisprudence : Thomas M. Putnam

William Carey Jones 207 California Hall

212 Boalt Hall of Law The Summer Sessions :

Recorder of the Faculties : Walter M. Hart

James Sutton 105 California Hall

204 California Hall

University Examiner: Lucy W. Stebbins

B. M. Woods (to Dec. 31, 1920) 205 California Hall

2014 California Hall Letters and Science :

University Physician: George D. Louderback

Robert T. Legge 201 California Hall.

Infirmary

Women:

* Absent on leave, 1920–21.

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS IN BERKELEY-(Continued) Physician for Women:

Associate Librarian: Ruby L. Cunningham

Sidney B. Mitchell Infirmary

Library Director of University Extension :

University Printer: Leon J. Richardson

Joseph W. Flinn 301 California Hall

Printing Office
Director of the Greek Theatre :
Samuel J. Hume

Manager of the University Pre88 :

Oliver M. Washburn 304 California Hall

University Press
Appointment Secretary:
Mrs. May L. Cheney (absent on leave

Superintendent of Grounds and Buildto Sept. 30, 1920)

ings: Penelope McEntyre, Acting

E. A. Hugill 102 California Hall

Superintendent's Office Librarian:

Alumni Secretary : Harold L. Leupp

Rudolph E. Bosshard Library

113 California Hall

AT MOUNT HAMILTON

Director of the Lick Observatory:

William W. Campbell
Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton

IN SAN FRANCISCO

Treasurer of the Regents :

*Medical School and HospitalsMortimer Fleish hacker

Dean : Anglo-California Trust Company

Director of Hospitals : W. E. MusAttorney for the Regents :

grave J. M. Mannon, Jr.

Secretary of the Faculty: L. S. Merchants Exchange Building

Schmitt

Fourth and Parnassus avs California School of Fine Arts

George Williams Hooper Foundation for Dean: E. Spencer Macky

Medical Research Director: Lee F. Randolph

Director : George H. Whipple California and Mason sts

Parnassus av and Arguello blvd Hastings College of the Law

College of DentistryDean: Maurice E. Harrison

Dean: Guy S. Millberry City Hall

Parnassus av and Arguello blvd Registrar: George J. Martin

California College of Pharmacy928 Pacific Building

Dean: Franklin T. Green

Second and Parnassus avs
Extension Division--Office: 140 Kearny st

IN LOS ANGELES +Los Angeles Medical Department

Southern Branch of the University of Dean: George H. Kress

California245 Bradbury Building

Director: Ernest C. Moore

Assistant Director: 0. H. Marvin Ertension DivisionRepresentative in Southern California :

Millspaugh Hall Miss Nadine Crump

Dean of the Summer Session : M. E.

Deutsch Metropolitan Building

105 California Hall, Berkeley

* The work of the first year and part of the second year of the Medical School is done in Berkeley.

† Graduate instruction only is offered in the Los Angeles Medical Department.

THE UNIVERSITY

THE UNIVERSITY COMPRISES THE FOLLOWING COLLEGES AND

DEPARTMENTS

I. IN BERKELEY

The Colleges of

Letters and Science,
Commerce,

Agriculture (including the courses at Berkeley, the University Farm

at Davis, the Graduate School of Tropical Agriculture at Riverside, and the United States Agricultural Experiment Station, which includes Stations at Berkeley and Davis, the forestry stations at Chico and Santa Monica, the Citrus Experiment Station at Riverside, the Imperial Valley Experiment Station near Meloland, “Whitaker's Forest” in Tulare County, and the M. Theo. Kearney Experiment Station at Kearney Park, Fresno County),

Mechanics,
Mining,
Civil Engineering,

Chemistry.
The Schools of

Architecture, Education, Jurisprudence,

Medicine (first and second years). The U'niversity Extension Division (offering instruction wherever classes

can be formed, or anywhere in California by correspondence, providing lectures, recitals, motion pictures and other material for visual instruction, etc., giving guidance and suggestions to debating clubs, and offering aid to communities through its Bureau of Information and

Social Welfare).
The California Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.

DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION IN THE COLLEGES AT BERKELEY

Agriculture (including Agricultural Science, Agronomy, Animal Industries, Forestry, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening), Anatomy, Anthropology, Architecture, Astronomy, Biochemistry and Pharmacology, Botany, Celtic, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Drawing and Art, Economics, Education, English, French, Geography, Geology, German, Greek, History, Home Economics, Hygiene, Irrigation, Italian, Jurisprudence, Latin, Library Science, Mathematics, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Military Science and Tactics, Mineralogy, Mining and Metallurgy, Music, Oriental Languages, Palaeontology, Pathology and Bacteriology, Philosophy and Psychology, Physical Education, Physics, Physiology, Political Science, Public Speaking, Sanskrit, Semitic Languages, Slavic Languages, Social Institutions, Spanish, Zoology.

II. AT MOUNT HAMILTON

The Lick Astronomical Department (Lick Observatory).

III. AT SANTIAGO, CHILE
The D. O. Mills Observatory, a branch of the Lick Observatory.

IV. IN SAN FRANCISCO

California School of Fine Arts,
Hastings College of the Law,
Medical School (third, fourth, and fifth years, including Hospitals),
The George Williams Hooper Foundation for Medical Research,
College of Dentistry,
California College of Pharmacy,
The Museum of Anthropology, Archaeology, and Art.

V. IN LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles Medical Department, graduate instruction only.
Southern Branch of the University.

VI. AT DAVIS The University Farm School; college instruction and research in Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Industry, Farm Mechanics, Olericulture, Poultry Husbandry, Pomology, Soils, and Veterinary Science.

VII. AT RIVERSIDE The Graduate School of Tropical Agriculture.

VIII. AT LA JOLLA

The Scripps Institution for Biological Research.

IX. AT SWANTON

The Summer School of Surveying.

ORGANIZATION

The University of California is an integral part of the public educational system of the state. As such it completes the work begun in the public schools. Through aid from the state and the United States, and by private gifts, it furnishes facilities for instruction in literature and in science, and in the professions of art, law, medicine, dentistry, and pharmaey. In the colleges of Letters and Science, Commerce, Agriculture, Mechanics

, Mining, Civil Engineering, and Chemistry these privileges are offered without charge for tuition to all residents of California who are qualified for admission. Non-residents of California are charged a tuition fee of ten dollars each half-year. In the professional colleges, except that of law, tuition fees are charged. The instruction in all the colleges is open to all qualified persons, without distinction of sex. The Constitution of the State provides for the perpetuation of the University, with all its departments.

ADMINISTRATION

The government of the University of California is entrusted to a corporation styled THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, consisting of the Governor, the Lieutenant-Governor, the Speaker of the Assembly

, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the President of the State Board of Agriculture, the President of the Mechanics’ Institute of San Francisco, the President of the Alumni Association, and the President of the University, as members ex officio, and sixteen other regents appointed by the Governor and approved by the Senate. To this corporation the State has committed the administration of the University, including management of the finances, care of the property, appointment of teachers, and determination of the internal organization in all particulars not fixed by law.

The instruction and government of the students are entrusted to the Faculties of the several colleges and to the Academic Senate.

The Faculty of each college consists of the President of the University and those professors and instructors, and only those, whose departments are represented in it by required or elective studies.

The Academic Senate consists of the members of the Faculties and the instructors of the University. It holds regular meetings at least twice a year, and is created for the purpose of conducting the general administration of the University, memorializing the Regents, regulating in the first instance the general and special courses of instruction, and receiving and determining all appeals from acts of discipline enforced

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