Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer of Harvard College

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Harvard University, 1902
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Página 88 - In and after June, 1901, candidates for admission to the Medical School must present a degree in arts, literature, philosophy, science, or medicine from a recognized college or scientific school, with the exception of such persons, of suitable age and attainments, as may be admitted by a special vote of the Faculty taken in each case.
Página 300 - Reports on the Dredging Operations off the West Coast of Central America to the Galapagos, to the West Coast of Mexico, and in the Gulf of California, in Charge of Alexander Agassiz, carried on by the US Fish Commission Steamer "Albatross," during 1891, Lieut. Commander ZL Tanner, USN, commanding. XXVIII. Description of two new Lizards of the Genus Anolis from Cocos and Malpelo Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger. 6 pp. 1 Plate. November, 1900. No. 7. Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory. No....
Página 130 - Table (X) indicates the departments or fields of study in which lay the chief work of the candidates for the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, and Doctor of Science.
Página 273 - Sciences. SIR: I have the honor to present the following report on the publications and membership of the National Academy of Sciences for the year ending April 18, 1917.
Página 85 - SCIENCE, a candidate must have passed in studies amounting to sixteen courses, together with such work in English as may be prescribed for him ; making a total of seventeen or seventeen and a half courses, as the case may be.
Página 47 - January, 1901, the Corporation and Board of Overseers appointed a Joint Committee to prepare and present to the General Court a bill to provide for enlargement of the suffrage for Overseers, which is now restricted to Bachelors and Masters of Arts and holders of honorary degrees. The committee agreed upon a bill by which the Legislature should give to the Corporation and Board of Overseers power to enlarge the suffrage at their discretion, the consent of both Boards being required for every enlargement....
Página 196 - These libraries serve a number of different purposes ; some provide simply a few manuals and periodicals, such as laboratory workers find it necessary to have at hand ; others contain somewhat extensive collections for the use of advanced students, in some cases duplicating what is to be found in the main library, in other cases supplementing the Gore Hall collection ; others again provide many copies of books in much demand in the larger elementary courses in economics, history, etc. ; but all agree...
Página 46 - Walcott, $2,500, to establish a fund, "the income of which shall be used for the purpose of assisting such sick students of the University as may be admitted to the Stillman Infirmary for treatment, and are not able to meet its necessary charges.
Página 189 - The accessions of the hist three years are about equal to the accessions of the previous five years. always remain the headquarters ; but it cannot continue to be so in fact, and to be so regarded, unless it can furnish to each department the opportunity to make use of its material to the best advantage. For relief, it seems to me, we can only look to some lover of learning who unites generosity toward the College and a broad-minded liberality with the possession of large resources; for it is evident...
Página 268 - WARD PUTNAM PROFESSOR OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY HARVARD UNIVERSITY THE LAND INCLUDED IN THE PARK WAS SECURED BY SUBSCRIPTIONS OBTAINED BY LADIES OF BOSTON IN 1887 WHEN IT WAS DEEDED TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE PEABODY MUSEUM OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS EXEMPTED FROM TAXATION BY ACT OF LEGISLATURE OF OHIO IN 1888 TRANSFERRED BY HARVARD UNIVERSITY MAY 1900 TO...

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