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Pleading and Practice.
Assistant Professor SANBORN.
Stephen on Pleading (Williston's edition); Lubé's Equity Pleading; Bliss on Code Pleading; Ames' Cases on Pleading; California Code of Civil Procedure, and assigned cases.
A Moot Court is established as a regular mode of instruction. Attendance is made compulsory upon the members of the Senior Class. A member of the Faculty presides over the argument of each cause, and an opinion is written under his direction by some student.
There is no library connected with the college, but students are permitted to use the San Francisco Law Library, at the City Hall, on the same terms as members of the bar.
PRIVILEGES ON GRADUATION.
Students who complete the prescribed courses receive the degree of Bachelor of Laws, and are admitted to the bar by the Supreme Court of the State, on motion, without examination.
Tuition is free, but a fee of $10.00 per year is charged to cover incidental expenses.
BOARD AND LODGING.
Good board, with room, at a convenient distance from the lecture rooms, may be procured at the rate of $5 a week and upward.
BENJAMIN IDE WHEELER, President of the University, President.
ARNOLD A. D'ANCONA, Professor of Physiology, Dean.
ROBERT A. MCLEAN, Professor of Clinical and Operative Surgery.
WASHINGTON DODGE, Professor of Therapeutics.
JOHN M. WILLIAMSON, Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery.
JOHN W. ROBERTSON, Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases. HARRY M. SHERMAN, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery.
ALONZO ENGLEBERT TAYLOR, Professor of Pathology.
WILLIAM E. HOPKINS, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. CHARLES A. VON HOFFMANN, Professor of Gynecology.
HERBERT C. MOFFITT, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine.
JOSEPH MARSHALL FLINT, Professor of Anatomy.
THOMAS W. HUNTINGTON, Professor of Clinical and Operative Surgery. LEO NEWMARK, Professor of Neurology.
WILLIAM B. LEWITT, Professor of Diseases of Children.
GEORGE F. SHIELS, Associate Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery.
FRANK T. GREEN, Associate Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Chemistry.
JAMES F. MCCONE, Lecturer in Obstetrics.
BEVERLY MACMONAGLE, Lecturer in Gynecology.
J. HENRY BARBAT, Instructor in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy.
WILLIAM J. HAWKINS, Instructor in Physiology.
THOMAS BYERS WOODS LELAND, Instructor in Physical Diagnosis.
CHARLES LEWIS MORGAN, Lecturer in Materia Medica.
HENRY A. L. RYFKOGEL, Director of the Clinical Laboratory and Instructor in Bacteriology.
IRVING HARDESTY, Instructor in Anatomy.
ROBERT ORTON MOODY, Assistant in Anatomy.
JOHN C. MERRIAM, Assistant Professor of Palæontology and Historical Geology.
CLINICIANS IN THE OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT.
Medicine-Chiefs of Clinic: HERBERT C. MOFFITT, J. MORA MOSS, CLARENCE QUINAN. Assistants: O. N. TAYLOR, GEORGE J. MCCHESNEY, WILLIAM E. STEVENS.
Surgery-Chiefs of Clinic: JOHN M. WILLIAMSON, HENRY B. A. KUGELER, JAMES P. H. DUNN, HAROLD BRUNN, CHARLES G. LEVISON. Assistant: MARSHALL B. RYER.
Genito-Urinary Surgery-Chiefs of Clinic: JOHN M. WILLIAMSON, JOHN C. SPENCER. Assistants: CECIL M. ARMISTEAD, GEORGE
Eye and Ear-Chiefs of Clinic: GEORGE H. POWERS, GEORGE W. MERRITT. Assistants: HUGH LAGAN, ROBERT H. ORR, GRACE SIMON, GRACE S. LINFORTH.
Nose and Throat-Chief of Clinic: GEORGE H. POWERS. Assistant: GARDNER P. POND.
Gynecology-Chiefs of Clinic:
WILLIAM G. MOORE.
CHARLES A. VON HOFFMANN, JAMES F. MARSHALL B. RYER, Z. T. MALABY,
Diseases of the Skin-Chief of Clinic: DOUGLASS W. MONTGOMERY.
ALFRED B. GROSSE, ERNEST PRING, HOWARD
Orthopedic Surgery-Chief of Clinic: SAMUEL J. HUNKIN. Assistants: JOHN J. FLOOD, ELEANOR STOW BANCROFT.
Director of the Clinical Laboratory-HENRY A. L. RYFKOGEL.
Diseases of Children-Chief of Clinic: SANFORD BLUM.
DEMONSTRATORS AND ASSISTANTS.
STEPHEN CLEARY, Demonstrator of Anatomy.
EDWARD MILLER, Technical Assistant in Anatomy.
WALLACE I. TERRY, Assistant in Clinical Surgery.
The Medical Department occupies one of the University buildings located south of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, on the site donated by the late Hon. Adolph Sutro.
The building contains quarters for equipment with the best modern apparatus upon the principle of individual student work.
On the basement floor are the Anatomical Preparation-room, Students' Locker Room, Janitors' and Storage Rooms, and Lavatories. On the first floor are the offices of administration, the Library, laboratories for Physiology and Chemical Pathology, the Hearst Laboratory for original research in Pathology, an auxiliary laboratory for research, and a Students' Room.
The second story contains the laboratories for Histology, Chemical Physiology, General Pathology, Bacteriology, and a large General Lecture room.
The third floor contains dissecting rooms, research laboratories, and preparation rooms for anatomy. The dissecting rooms are purposely built small, in order to avoid the noise and disturbance, that inevitably ensue when a number of students work in a large room. These rooms have been finished with great care in order to gain the effect of a pleasant environment in the work of the student. The anatomical material is embalmed and injected by a constant-pressure apparatus, and is preserved in wood alcohol vapor.
The topographical advantages found in the location of the buildings are great. Facing as they do the north, on an elevation to give an unobstructed view over a large part of the peninsula on which San Francisco is situated, with Golden Gate Park in the immediate foreground, an expansive view of the harbor, the Golden Gate and the Pacific Ocean, and the mountains and hills of Marin, Contra Costa
and Alameda Counties, they receive the full benefit of the neighboring trade-winds that blow directly from the ocean, coupled with the advantage of perfect drainage.
CALENDAR AND DIRECTORY.
The session of 1902-03 will begin August 15, 1902, and close May 15, 1903.
The annual Commencement for conferring the degree of Doctor of Medicine is held in May.
The Hospital Clinics are held at the City and County Hospital, corner of Twenty-second Street and Potrero Avenue.
The Out-patient Clinics are held at 155 New Montgomery Street. The office of the Dean is at 1022 Sutter Street.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.
IN FORCE UNTIL 1905.
Students wishing to matriculate are required to pass examinations for admission with the following exceptions:
1. Applicants who present certificates of having successfully passed the examinations for admission to the Academic Colleges of the University of California, or to some other recognized university or college.
2. Applicants who present diplomas or certificates of graduation from the University of California, or some other recognized university or college.
3. Applicants who present diplomas or certificates of graduation from high schools and academies accredited by the University.
4. Applicants who present diplomas or certificates of graduation from a state normal school of California, or of any other State or Territory.
Applicants whose credentials are otherwise satisfactory will be required to pass an examination in Physics and Chemistry, if their certificates do not cover that subject.
Applicants who do not present any of the above credentials will be required to pass a satisfactory examination in Subjects* 1, 3, 4, 5, 6a
*Subjects are numbered to correspond with those of the general list of prepatory subjects for admission to the Colleges at Berkeley. The amount of work represented by each of the subjects is as given in the General List of Preparatory Subjects in this REGISTER.