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Page 170 - It is founded for the purpose of considering matters of common interest relating to graduate study and research.
Page 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.
Page 308 - The President of the National Academy of Sciences. Sir: I have the honor to present the following report on the publications and memberships of the National Academy of Sciences for the year ending April 19, 1916.
Page 27 - In accordance with the following propositions : — "1. That the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts be expressed, under suitable regulations with regard to length of residence and distribution of work, in terms of courses of study satisfactorily accomplished. •• 2. That the number of courses required for the degree be sixteen. "3. That when a student enters College, there shall be placed to his credit...
Page 11 - Be it enacted, etc., as follows: "SECTION 1. The President and Fellows of Harvard College and the Board of Overseers of said College, acting separately at meetings called for that purpose, may, after the expiration of three years from the date of the acceptance of this Act, as provided for in Section...
Page 131 - Table (IX), which gives in the first and second parts the number of students in the Graduate School recommended by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for any degree, and the number of other students recommended for the degree of Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy in the three years 1899, 1900, 1901.
Page 308 - 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,
Page 166 - Read at the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Medical Society, June 12, 1900.