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OFFICE DIRECTORY.

IN BERKELEY.

The office of the PRESIDENT is in Room No. 10, North Hall.

The office of the Dean is in Room No. 6, North Hall.

The office of the RECORDER is in Room No. 10, North Hall.

The office of the SECRETARY FOR UNIVERSITY EXTENSION is in Room No. 33,

North Hall.

The office of the SECRETARY and LAND AGENT, and of the BOARD OF REGENTS,

is in South Hall.

AT MT. HAMILTON.

The address of the DIRECTOR OF THE LICK OBSERVATORY is Lick Observatory,

Mt. Hamilton, Santa Clara County, California.

IN SAN FRANCISCO.

The BOARD OF REGENTS meets in the building of the Mark Hopkins Institute

of Art, corner of California and Mason Streets.

The office of the TREASURER OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS is at No. 310 Sansome

Street.

The MARK HOPKINS INSTITUTE OF Art is situated at the corner of California

and Mason Streets. The office of the SECRETARY is in the building.

The office of the REGISTRAR OF THE COLLEGE OF Law is in Room No. 17, ninth

floor, Mills Building.

Lectures in the COLLEGE OF Law are delivered in Old Pioneer Hall, No. 808

Montgomery Street.

The office of the DEAN OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY is at No. 305 Kearny Street.

The MEDICAL DEPARTMENT is situated on Stockton Street, between Chestnut

and Francisco Streets, in Toland Hall.

The Medical and Surgical Clinics of the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT are held at

the City and County Hospital, corner Twenty-second Street and Potrero Avenue.

The Dispensary Clinics of the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT are held in Toland Hall.

The office of the Secretary of the Post-GRADUATE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT is

at No. 705 Sutter Street.

The rooms of the Post-GRADUATE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT (the San FRANCISCO

POLYCLINIC) are at No. 410 Ellis Street.

The office of the DEAN OF THE DENTAL FACULTY is at No. 500 Sutter Street.

Lectures in the COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY are delivered in the Donohoe Building,

No. 18 Taylor Street, near Market Street.

The office of the DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY is at No. 400 Sutter

Street.

The COLLEGE OF PHARMACY is situated at No. 113 Fulton Street, between Polk

Street and Van Ness Avenue.

The Lectures in the VETERINARY DEPARTMENT (California Veterinary College)

are delivered in the College building, corner of Post and Fillmore Streets.

CALENDAR.

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1894.

Academic Year in the Colleges of Letters, Science, Aug. 13, Monday...

and Law begins. Aug. 13, Monday Second Entrance Examination, at Berkeley, for the Aug. 15, Wednesday) 1 Colleges of Letters, Science, and Law.

SAnnual session of the School of Design of the Mark Aug. 15, Wednesday

1 Hopkins Institute of Art begins. Aug. 28, Tuesday

Matriculation examination for the College of Den

tistry, session of 1894-95. Sept. 3, Monday. ..Annual session of the College of Dentistry begins. Sept. 10, Monday. ..Admission Day (Sunday the 9th): a holiday. Oct. 26, Friday ..Annual session of the College of Pharmacy ends. Nov. 16, Friday. ..Commencement in the College of Pharmacy. Nov. 29, Thursday Dec. 1, Saturday

} Thanksgiving recess of three days. Dec. 1, Saturday...

(University Conference with Superintendents and

Principals concerning Secondary Education. Dec. 1, Saturday...

(Principals' Preliminary Applications for Accredit

ing, for 1894-95, to be in. Dec. 15, Saturday .Mid-year examinations begin. Dec. 24, Monday : }

Christmas vacation of three weeks in the Colleges

i of Letters, Science, and Law. 1895. Jan. 5, Saturday

Matriculation Examination for the Medical De

partment. Jan. 7, Monday

Annual session of the Medical Department begins. Jan. 7, Monday.

| Matriculation Examination for the Veterinary

Department. Jan. 14, Monday

Second half-year begins. Feb. 22, Friday... Washington's Birthday: a holiday. Mar.21, Thursday Last day for application for Accrediting, for 1894–95. Mar. 23, Saturday - Charter Day. Mar. 30, Saturday

Matriculation Examination for the College of Phar

macy.

Last day for Applications for Entrance Examination, Apr. 1, Monday.

at places other than Berkeley and Los Angeles. May 1, Wednesday Annual Examinations begin. May 1, Wednesday.... { Larships, for 1895–96.

Last day for Applications for Phebe Hearst Schol. May 11, Saturday Class Day. May 15, Wednesday. Commencement Day. May 15, Wednesday. Session of the School of Design ends. May 16, Thursday,

First Entrance Examination, at Berkeley, Los AnMay 18, Saturday

geles, and other places to be appointed, for the Colleges of Letters, Science, and Law.

July

1895. May 20, Monday

Vacation of twelve weeks in the Colleges of Letters, Aug. 10, Saturday) Science, and Law. May 31, Friday... Session of the College of Dentistry ends. June 29, Saturday Session of the Medical Department ends. June 29, Saturday Session of the Veterinary Department ends.

Commencement in the Medical Department.

· Academic Year in the Colleges of Letters, Science, Aug. 12, Monday.....

and Law begins. Aug. 12, Monday Aug. 14, Wednesday, Second Entrance Examination, at Berkeley, for the

Colleges of Letters, Science, and Law. Aug. 15, Thursday Annual session of the School of Design begins. Sept. 2, Monday

Session of the College of Dentistry begins.
Sept. 9, Monday

Admission Day: a holiday.
Session of the College of Pharmacy ends.

Commencement in the College of Pharmacy.
Nov.28, Thursday!
Nov. 30, Saturday

Thanksgiving recess of three days.
Dec. 2, Monday

Principals' Preliminary Applications for Accredit

ing, 1895-96, to be in. Dec. 14, Saturday Mid-year Examinations begin. Dec. 23, Monday | Christmas vacation of three weeks in the Colleges

of Letters, Science, and Law.

Oct. — Nov.

THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

EX OFFICIO REGENTS.

Sacramento.

*His EXCELLENCY HENRY H. MARKHAM,

Governor, ex officio President of the Board. *His Honor John BURKE REDDICK, A.M.,

Lieutenant-Governor.

San Andreas.

*Hon. FRANK HORACE GOULD, LL.B.,

Stockton. Speaker of the Assembly. *Hon. JAMES WRIGHT ANDERSON, A.M.,

Sacramento. State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Hon. Joun Bogos,

Princeton. President of the State Agricultural Society. ANDREW S. HALLIDIE, Esq.,

511 Market Street, San Francisco. President of the Mechanics' Institute. MARTIN KELLOGG, A.M., LL.D.,

Berkeley. President of the University.

APPOINTED REGENTS.

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Name.

Address.

Term Expires. Hon. J. WEST MARTIN,

Union Savings Bank, Oakland, 1898. ANDREW S. HALLIDIE, Esq.,

509 Market St., San Francisco, 1908. Hox. WILLIAM T. WALLACE,

799 Van Ness Avenue, S. F., 1902. JAMES A. WAYMIRE, Esq.,

Alameda,

1908. Hox. TIMOTHY GUY PHELPS,

Menlo Park,

1896. Isaias William HELLMAN, Esq.,

Nevada Bank, San Francisco, 1902. GEORGE THOMAS MARYE, JR., LL.B., 234 Montgomery St., S. F., 1898. ARTHUR RODGERS, B.S., Ph.B.,

309 Montgomery St., S. F., 1906. GEORGE JENNINGS AINSWORTH, Ph.B., Redondo,

1900. Hon. HENRY S. FOOTE,

U. S. Appraiser's Building,
San Francisco, -

1900. ALBERT MILLER, Esq.,

532 California St., S. F.,

1906. COLUMBUS BARTLETT, Esq.,

530 California St., S. F.,

1896. CHARLES FREDERICK CROCKER, Esq., Corner Fourth and Townsend

Sts., San Francisco,

1904. JAMES FRANKLIN HOUGHTON, C.E., 303 California St., S. F., 1904. CHESTER ROWELL, M.D.,

Fresno,

1910. Hon. CHARLES WM. SLACK, Ph.B., LL.B., New City Hall, San Francisco, 1910.

*Until January, 1895. New ex officio Regents, beginning January, 1895, are: James II. Budd, Governor; Spencer G. Millard, Lieutenant-Governor; Samuel T. Black, State Superintendent Public Instruction; John C. Lynch, Speaker of the Assembly.

Terms of Regents expire March 1.

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