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The Matriculation Examinations for the session of 1914–15 for the two years' course (Graduate in Pharmacy) will be held at the College on Tuesday, September 1, 1914, at 9 A.M.

Matriculation Examinations for the three years' course (Pharmaceutical Chemist) and the four years' course (Bachelor of Pharmacy), see page 9.

All communications should be addressed to the Dean, Professor FRANK T. GREEN, California College of Pharmacy, Parnassus avenue, San Francisco, California.

THE UNIVERSITY

The University comprises the following colleges and departments:

I. IN BERKELEY

The Colleges of:

Letters,
Social Sciences,
Natural Sciences,
Commerce,
Agriculture (including the course at Berkeley, the University Farm

at Davis, the Graduate School of Tropical Agriculture at River-
side, and the United States Agricultural Experiment Stations,
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 Es int Station at Kearney Park, Fresno

County.)
Mechanics,
Mining,
Civil Engineering,
Chemistry,

Medicine (first and second years).
The Schools of:

Architecture,
Education,

Jurisprudence.
The University Extension Division (offering instruction wherever

classes can be formed, or anywhere in California by correspondence, providing lectures, recitals, etc., giving guidance and suggestion 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 General Agriculture, Agricultural Education, Breeding, Experimental Agronomy, Agricultural Technology, Horticulture, Pomology, Landscape Gardening and Floriculture, Viticulture, Enology, Soils and Fertilizers, Agricultural Chemistry, Nutrition, Animal Industry, Poultry Husbandry, Veterinary Science, Dairy Industry, Farm Mechanics, Forestry, Entomology, and Plant Pathology), Anatomy, Anthropology, Architecture, Astronomy, Botany, Celtic, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Drawing and Art, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Geology, German, Greek, History, Hygiene, Indic Languages, Irrigation, Jurisprudence, Latin, 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, Romanic Languages, Semitic Languages, Slavic Languages, 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
San Francisco Institute of Art,
Hastings College of the Law,
College of Medicine, third and fourth years, including the University

Hospital.
College of Dentistry.
California College of Pharmacy,
The Museum of Anthropology, Archaeology and Art.

V. IN LOS ANGELES
College of Medicine (Los Angeles Department), third and fourth years,

including hospital.

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VI. AT DAVIS
The University Farm School and college instruction and research in

Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Industry, Farm Mechanics,
Poultry Ilusbandry, Pomology, Soils, and Veterinary Science.

VII. AT RIVERSIDE
The Graduate School of Tropical Agriculture.

VIII. AT WHITTIER
The Laboratory of Plant Pathology.

IX. AT LA JOLLA
The Scripps Institution for Biological Research.

X. AT PACIFIC GROVE
The Herzstein Research Laboratory of Biology.

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY NOTE.—The regular meetings of the Regents are held at 2 P.M. on the second Tuesday of each month, except July, and on the day before Commencement, at such places as may from time to time be determined, ordinarily at the San Francisco Institute of Art, California and Mason streets, San Francisco.

REGENTS EX OFFICIO

His Excellency Hiram Warren Johnson

Governor and President of the Regents

Sacramento
Hon. Albert J. Wallace

Lieutenant-Governor

621 Union Oil bldg., Los Angeles Hon. Clement C. Young. B.L.

Speaker of the Assembly

Shattuck av and Addison st, Berkeley Hon. Edward Hyatt State Superintendent of Public Instruc

tion Sacramento

Hon. A. Lowndes Scott
President of the State Agricultural

Society
Seventh and Townsend sts, San Fran-

cisco
Livingston Jenks, A.B., LL.B.

President of the Mechanics' Institute

Mills bldg, San Francisco
Benj. Ide Wheeler, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D.

President of the University
California Hall, Berkeley.

APPOINTED REGENTS

The term of the appointed Regents is sixteen years, and terms expire March 1, of the year indicated in parentheses. The names are arranged in the order of original accession to the board.

Isaias William Hellman, Esq. (1918)
Wells Fargo-Nevala National Bank,

San Francisco
Mrs. Phoebe Apperson Hearst (1930)

Pleasanton
Business address : 410 Hearst bldg, San

Francisco
Arthur William Foster, Esq. (1916)

1210 James Flood bldg, San Francisco Garret William McEnerney, Esq. (1920)

1277 James Flood bldg, San Francisco Guy Chaffee Earl, A.B. (1918)

233 Post st, San Francisco James Wilfred McKinley, B.S. (1922)

432 Pacific Electric bldg, Los Angeles John Alexander Britton, Esq. (1930)

445 Sutter st, San Francisco Frederick William Dohrmann, Esq. (1920)

201 Geary st, San Francisco

Charles Stetson Wheeler, B.L. (1928)

Nevada Bank bldg, San Francisco William Henry Crocker, Ph.B. (1924)

Crocker National Bank, San Francisco Rudolph Julius Taussig, Esq. (1916)

Main and Mission sts, San Francisco Philip Ernest Bowles, Ph.B. (1922)

American National Bank, San Francisco James Kennedy Moffitt, B.S. (1924)

First National Bank, San Francisco Charles Adolph Ramm, B.S., M.A., S.T.B.

(1928) 1100 Franklin st, San Francisco Edward Augustus Dickson, B.L. (1926)

1631 Cimarron st, Los Angeles James Mills, Esq. (1926)

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OFFICERS OF THE REGENTS

His Excellency Hiram Warren Johnson

Warren Olney, Jr., A.B., LL.B.

Attorney
1107 Merchants' Exchange bldg, San

Francisco
Ralph Palmer Merritt, B.S.

Comptroller
220 California Hall, Berkeley.

Lick Observatory :
Regents Ramm, McEnerney, Jenks,

Young, and Crocker.
Wilmerding School :

Regents Taussig, Earl, and Moffitt. San Diego Marine Biological Laboratory:

President

Sacramento
Victor Hendricks Henderson, B.L.

Secretary and Land Agent

209 California Hall, Berkeley Isaias William Hellman, Jr., Ph.B.

Treasurer
Union Trust Company, San Francisco

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS FOR THE YEAR 1913-14*

Finance :
Regents Earl, Foster, Britton, Moffitt,

Taussig, and, as Member Emeritus,

Regent Hellman.
Grounds and Buildings:
Regents Britton, Mrs. Hearst, Dohr-

mann, Bowles, and 0. S. Wheeler.
A griculture :
Regents Scott, Foster, Dickson, Jenks,

and Wallace. Medical Instruction : Regents Crocker, Moffitt, Dohrmann,

Mrs. Hearst, and Dickson.

Regents McKinley, Wallace, and Hyatt.
Executive Committee :
This committee consists of the chairmen

of all the other committees.

* The President of the Board of Regents and the President of the University are ex officio members of all committees of the Board. In each comunittee the name of the chairman is first and the name of the vice-chairman second.

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