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Friday, August 24th,1945.
fe The fifth regular meeting of the Senate of the Univer
sity of British Columbia for the Ses'sion 1944-45 was held
on Friday, August 24th, 1945, at 8:00 p.m., in the Board
and Senate Room.
Present: President Norman MacKenzie(in the Chair),
Chancellor Eric W. Hamber, Dean F. M. Clement, Dean J. N.
Finlayson, Dean D. Buchanan, Mr. W. H. Gage, Dr. H. J.
MacLeod, Dr. J. C, Berry, Mr. F. J". Burd, Mr. A. R. Lord,
Mr. H. 0. English, Mr. ». R. McDougall, Dr. J. M. Ewing,
Rev. Dr. J. G. Br0wn, Mrs. K. M. Beckett, Mr. K. P. Caple,
Mrs. Sally Murphy Creighton, Mr. Sherwood Lett, Mr. A. E.
Lord, Dr. A. B. Schinbein, Dr. Frank A. Turnbull, Dr. H. V.
Warren, Dr. C. A. h. Wright, Dr. W. N. Sage, Dr. G. G.
Sedgewick, Dean M. Dorothy Mawdsley, and Miss Florence S.
Mulloy.
The President extended a welcome to the new members of
Senate - Mrs. Beckett, Mr. Caple, Dr. Schinbein, Dr.
Turnbull, and to Dr. Sage who had rejoined the Senate after
W      a brief absence.
The President also introduced Mr. A. h. Sager whom he
had invited to the meeting to obtain material for press
release. He asked for Senate's approval of this action
j and this was unanimously agreed upon.
Expressions of regret for their inability to be present were received from Dr. J. F. Walker and Mr. H. N.
MacCorkindale.
Mr. Gage  )
Dr. Wright) That the minutes of the fourth
regular meeting of May 8th, 1945,
be taken as read and adopted.
Carried
Senate Elections, and Representatives Appointed to Senate
The reports of the Scrutineers and the Registrar in 1126
Friday, August 24, 1945,
reference to the Election of Chancellor and Members of
Senate, on May 30th, 194-5, were received for information,
as follows:
To the Senate of the University of British Columbia
We, the undersigned, having been appointed your
scrutineers, beg to report that:
The Chancellorship of the University having
been filled by the election of the Honourable
Eric W. Hamber by acclamation, no ballot was
received for that office.
The total number of ballots received for
Members of Senate was 198l. Of these, 1970
were valid; 11 were spoiled (not signed, etc.).
We have counted the votes on the above-
mentioned valid ballots and find the following
to be the result:
Summary of Results of Election of Fifteen (15)
Members of Senate May 30th, 1945.
Candidates
Atkinson, Lyle Alexander
Beckett, Mrs. Kenneth M.
Caple, Kenneth P.
Creighton, Mrs. Sally Murphy
Currie, Lyall Alexander
dePencier, The Most Rev. Adam Urias
Fahrni, Mrs. Walter
Farrar, Ben Kerslake
Grauer, Albert Edward Dal
Johnson, Eric Wilfrid
Kania, Joseph Ernest Anthony
Laing, Arthur
Lett, Brigadier Sherwood
Logan, Col. Harry T.
Lord, Arthur Edward
Mawdsley, Miss Mary Dorothy
Palmer, Richard Claxton
Robinson, Bruce Arnold
Sage, Walter N.
Schinbein, Austin Birrell
Schultz, Charles Davies
Sedgewick, Garnett Gladwin
Votes
In Order of
Received
Votes Received
933
16
911
15
1092
11
1213
7
857
19
s 743
21
683
22
593
24
1253
5
527
25
672
23
496
26
1519
1
1489
2
1237
6
1285
4
907)
17
907)
18
1200
8
1067
13
780
20
1322
3 1127
Candidates
Turnbull, Frank Alexander
Walker, John Fortune
Warren, Harry V.
Wright, Charles Alfred Holstead
Candidates Elected
Lett, Brigadier Sherwood
Logan, Col. Harry T.
Sedgewick, Garnett Gladwin
Mawdsley, Miss Mary Dorothy
Grauer, Albert Edward Dal
Lord, Arthur Edward
Creighton, Mrs. Sally Murphy
Sage, Walter N.
Turnbull, Frank Alexander
Warren, Harry V.
Caple, Kenneth Percival
Walker, John Fort line
Schinbein, Austin Birrell
Wright, Charles Alfred Holstead
Beckett, Mrs. Kenneth M.
(Signed)
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Friday,  August 24,   1945.
Votes In Order of
Received        Votes Received
1181
9
1083
12
1142
10
1015
14
Votes Received
1519
1489
1322
1285
1253
1237
1213
1200
1181
1142
1092
1083
1067
1015
911
A.   R.   Lord
H.   J.  MacLeod
J.   C.  Berry
H.  N. MacCorkindale
G.  Howell Harris
0.   J.  Todd
Walter H.  Gage
J.   G.   Brown
Representatives of Affiliated Colleges
Anglican Theological College - Rev.  H. R.  Trumpour,  M.A.,
D.D.
Notice of Appointment of Committees
On Professors Emeriti:
Dr.   G.   G,  Sedgewick  (Chairman)
Dr.   0.   J.   Todd
Dean D.   Buchanan
Dean  J.   N.   Finlayson
Dean F.   M.   Clement
On Installation of Chancellor:
The Committee on Ceremonies and
Dean D.   Buchanan 1128
Friday, August 24, 1945.
Representatives on Joint Committee on Bunding Program
Brigadier Sherwood Lett
Dr. A. E. D. Grauer
From the Board of Governors
A copy of the Annual Financial Report, Balance Sheet
and Financial Statements for the year ending March 31st,
1945, was received.
Mr.A.E.Lord)
Dr. warren ) That the statement be received
and left in the hands of the
Secretary for reference by the
members of Senate.
Carried
Courses offered in the Spring Session 1945 - Approved.
Additional course for Summer Session 1945 - Approved.
Recommendation that a special committee of Senate
be appointed to consider the appointment of
Professors Emeriti - Approved.
Recommendation that a survey of Medical Schools be
made in preparation of the establishment of a
Faculty of Medicine at the University of British
Columbia - Approved.
Dr. Dolman was appointed to represent the University.
Recommendation regarding the Installation Ceremony
for the Chancellor and the appointment of a
committee to make arrangements - Approved.
War Work Program for Undergraduate Women - Approved.
In this connection a discussion arose regarding the
continuance of this program in view of the end of the war.
Dean Mawdsley suggested that the name be changed and a
revised program be presented at the next meeting of Senate.
Additional Courses in Second Year, Victoria College -
Approved.
Pre-business course in Victoria  College - Approved. *■
1129
Friday, August 24, 1945.
) Draft Agreement of Affiliation with Victoria College,
as amended.
This had been tentatively approved by the Board of
Governors
Dean Buchanan)
Dean Clement ) That the Agreement be laid on the
table until the next meeting of
Senate and in the meantime copies
be circulated to members of
Senate.
In amendment:
Mr. Lett   )
Mr. A.E.Lord) That, in addition, it be referred
to the Deans to obtain the opinion
of their Faculties and to report
the result at the next meeting
of Senate.
Carried
The motion,  as amended,  was approved.
Recommendation that the David Thorn Loan Fund be discontinued and  the money invested to increase the
value of the David Thorn Bursaries -  Approved.
The Board of Governors reported the receipt of a
resolution from the  Junior Board  of Trade re the  establishment of a Faculty of Medicine.    The Junior Board of Trade
had been notified of the  present  situation and informed
that a committee had been appointed to make a  survey of
medical schools to obtain all possible information.
* The Board of Governors reported the receipt  of a
letter from the  Chairman  of  a Committee  of the Advertising
and Sales Bureau of the Board of Trade stating that their
organization proposed to make available the sum of $1000.00
t a year,  for five years,   for a course  in Advertising if 1130
Friday, August 24, 1945.
such a course could be arranged by the University.
The President informed Senate that he had taken the
matter up with Mr. Morrow, Head of the Department of
Commerce, who is now gathering material regarding the
feasibility of such a course.
Faculty of Dentistry
A letter was received by the Board of Governors from
the Agassiz-Harrison Rehabilitation Association with reference to the establishment of a Faculty of Dentistry at the
University of British Columbia.  The Board reported that
this had been referred to the Committee on New Units of
Instruction with the recommendation that it be given serious
consideration as soon as funds were available.
Compulsory Military Training
A letter was read from the Board of Governors stating
that it had accepted in principle the policy recommended by
the Universities' Conference in regard to military training
for 1945-46.  This called for training on a compulsory
basis for physically fit male students, except ex-service
personnel, in the first two years and on a voluntary basis
for the other years, training to be limited to two hours
per week during term time and to two weeks in camp following the end of examinations, provided that the Department
of National Defence made available the necessary funds and
staff for training in accordance with a curriculum to be
drawn up in consultation with the universities. 1131
Friday, August  24,   1945.
The President stated that the resolution was passed
on the assumption that  the war would continue throughout
the  1945-46  session and  that it might now be necessary to
amend this resolution  in view of the end of the war and the
uncertainty of further financial support of military training by the Government.
Dean Buchanan)
Mr. English ) That the Board of Governors suspend or revise the resolution in
view of  the changed war situation.
Carried
The President asked for the expression of opinion regarding military training for the coming session.  Some
suggestion was made that compulsory physical education be
enforced for the first two years for both men and women,
and that, as an alternative, men might choose military
training.  The matter of available funds and the programs
in effect in other Canadian universities would have to be
considered in this connection.
Dr. Warren)
Dr. Wright) That the question be referred to the
Executive Council of the Universities
Conference for decision.
Carried
Canadian Pulp and Paper Association Fellowship
The Board of  Governors reported that  it had received
a letter from the Executive Committee,  Western Branch,
Canadian Pulp and Paper Association,   stating that an annual
Fellowship of $1000.00 had been authorized by the Association for graduate  studies in Forestry.     The Board had
accepted this offer,  subject  to the approval of Senate. 1132
Friday, August 24, 1945.
H. R. MacMillan Scholarships in Fisheries and Forestry
The Board of Governors reported that it had received
an offer from Mr. H. R. MacMillan of two annual scholarships,
one in fisheries and one in forestry, of $1500 or $2000
each, for study in the United States or Europe by selected
individuals who would, on their return, be engaged in this
work in British Columbia.  This was referred to Senate for
approval subject to arrangement of details of terms.
The President stated he had discussed the scholarships
with Mr. MacMillan and had suggested that the sum of $2000
would be the more useful.  It was thought that Russia might
be included as one of the countries for study as forestry
conditions in certain parts of Russia are very similar to
those in Canada.
Dean Finlayson)
Mr. Gage     ) That the offer be accepted in
principle and a letter of thanks
be sent to Mr. MacMillan.
Carried
The Board reported  that  it had received from Mr.   G.T.
Cunningham a  cheque for  $7500.00,   the balance  of the grant
of $25,000.00 from Cunningham Drug Stores Limited for the
construction of a Pharmacy Building.     It was agreed that a
letter  of appreciation be  forwarded  to  Mr.   Cunningham.
A letter from the B.C. Music Teachers' Association had
been received by the Board requesting that a Chair of Music
be established at the University of British Columbia. This
had been referred to the Committee on New Units of Instruction and recommended to senate  for consideration. 1133
Friday, August   24,   1945.
For the  information of Senate a letter was read from
the Board of Governors stating that the  Government would
authorize the  expenditure  of up to  $50,000.00 to enable  the
University to  secure emergency quarters and facilities in
order to provide for instruction of ex-service personnel at
the University during the  coming  session.     The Board noted
that  the Provincial Government  proposed to make representations  to  the Federal authorities  in respect to costs  of  this
nature.     It was agreed that a  letter of appreciation be sent
to the Premier for the ready assistance of the Government.
In connection with the   bequest  to the University under
the Will of the late Mrs.   Mary Catherine Fisher for a Chair
in Aeronautics,   a  letter was  read from the  Board stating
that arrangements had  been made to extend the  existing
course in Aeronautics and  that the  title  of Mr.  F.W.  Vernon
had been changed from Professor of Mechanical Engineering
to Professor of Mechanical Engineering and  Lecturer  in
Aeronautical Engineering.
The Report  of the President   for the Academic  Year
ended August 31,   1944,  was received.     Copies of   the  report
had  been circulated to the members of Senate.
Dean Clement     )
Dean Finlayson)  That the report be received and
ordered  filed.
Carried
The Registrar presented a report on the attendance at
the Summer Session 1945,  with figures to indicate the
number  of  ex-service personnel included in the  registration. 1134
Friday, August 24, 1945.
From the Faculty of Arts and Science
Results of the Examinations of the Special Spring Session
Dean Buchanan presented a statistical summary of the
examination results of the Special Spring Session and
stated that marks had been given to students as Summer
Session registration depended upon them.
Results of the Examinations of the Summer Session
Mr. Gage, the Director, presented a summary of the
examination results and the list of candidates recommended for degrees in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
Mr. Gage )
Dr. Ewing) That the report of the Summer Session
be accepted.
Carried
Mr. Gage    )
Dean Buchanan) That the degree of B.A. be conferred upon the candidates
listed in the report.
Carried
Mr. Gage    )
Dean Buchanan) That the degree of Bachelor of
Education be granted to the candidates listed in the.report.
Carried
Scholarship Awards
Mr. Gage presented the report on the Scholarship
Awards for the Summer Session.
Mr. Gage    )
Dean Buchanan) That the report be adopted.
Carried
Mr. Gage    )
Dean 3uchanan) That any necessary alterations
or corrections be dealt with by
the Chair with power to act.
Carried 1135
Friday,  August 24,   1943.
Directed Reading Courses,  1945-46
Dean Buchanan presented the  recommendation  of the
Faculty of Arts and Science with reference to Directed
Reading  Courses for 1945-46 :
Dean Buchanan)
Dr. Berry   ) That the following courses be
given as Directed Reading Courses
for the Session 1945-46:
English 8, Economics 1, French 2.
Carried
Speaker for the Autumn Congregation, October 31, 1945.
The President reported that Dr. H. J. Cody, Chancellor
of the University of Toronto, had consented to deliver the
Congregation Address at the Autumn Congregation.
Reports of Committees
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
A recommendation was received from the Joint Faculty
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries that the
offer of a Fellowship by the Canadian Pulp and Paper
Association, Western Branch, be accepted on the following
terms of award:
The Canadian Pulp and Paper Association Fellowship
The Canadian Pulp and Paper Association. Western
Branch, Vancouver, offers a fellowship of $1000.00
renewable annually, tenable at the University of
British Columbia, to students who are graduates in
Forestry of this or any approved University and who
are planning a career in some field related to
Forestry. Winners of this award must have high
scholastic standing and ability to do research.
During tenure of the fellowship they are expected
to undertake graduate study and pursue investigation
of some problem approved by the Department of Forestry.
The award will be made by Senate on the recommendation
of the Department of Forestry. Applications, on
forms available at the Registrar's Office, must be 1136
Friday, August 24, 1945.
submitted not later than March 15th.
Mr. Gage     )
Dean Finlayson) That Senate accept this
fellowship on the above terms
of award and that a letter of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
A recommendation was received from the Joint Faculty
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries that the
offer of a bursary by the Pacific Meat Company be accepted
on the following terms of award:
The Pacific Meat Company Bursary
A bursary of $200.00 is offered annually by
the Pacific Meat Company of Vancouver for research
related to problems of the meat industry.  The
award is open to a student, or students, in the
Department of Animal Husbandry, and will be made
by the Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes, Scholarships, and Bursaries on the recommendation of the
Head of the Department of Animal Husbandry. Applications should be in the hands of the Registrar
by September 15th.
Mr. Gage   )
Dean Clement) That this bursary be accepted
and that a letter of thanks be
sent to the donors.
Carried
A recommendation was received from the Joint Faculty
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries that the
offer of a scholarship by the Pacific Mills Limited be
accepted on the following terms of award:
The Pacific Mills Limited Scholarship
The Pacific Mills Limited offers annually a
scholarship of $250.00 to students entering the
first year at the University of British Columbia.
This scholarship is open to sons and daughters of
employees of Pacific Mills Limited and Canadian
Boxes Limited, who are resident in British Columbia. 1137
Friday, August  24,   1945.
The Scholarship will be awarded to  the applicant
who ranks highest  on the basis of the marks obtained in any year on the written examinations in
the  scholarship subjects of University Entrance,
as outlined in "The Requirements  for University
Entrance and Senior Matriculation".     Selection of
the winner will be made by the University.     Full
details of the terms of award are available at
the Registrar's Office.    Applications  should be
forwarded to the Registrar not later than
September 10.
Mr. Gage  )
Dr. Wright) That this scholarship be
accepted and a letter of thanks
be sent to the donors.
Carried
Committee on Course in Pharmacy
Mr. Gage, Chairman, presented the report of the
Committee on a Course in Pharmacy which had been circulated to the members of Senate with memoranda from Dean
Woods, University of Saskatchewan, and Dr. Matthews, of
the University of Alberta.
Mr. Gage   )
Dean Clement) That Senate advise and consent
to a degree course in Pharmacy
being offered by the University
of British Columbia.
Carried
Mr. A.E.Lord )
Mr. McDougall) That the report be laid on the
table to be lifted as soon as
the University has facilities
in view for giving the course.
Carried
Committee on Honorary Degrees
Dr. Sedgewick, Chairman of the Committee on Honorary
Degrees, stated that the Committee at this time had in
mind the occasion of the Installation Ceremony for the 1138
Friday, August 24', 1945.
Chancellor and also wished to honour certain of our own
graduates who had rendered distinguished service during
the war years.
Recommended for the Degree of LL.D.:
Major-General H.F.G.'Letson
Brigadier Sherwood Lett
Brigadier William Murphy
Air Commodore John L. Plant
Norman Robertson, Esq.
Dr. Hugh Keenleyside
Mrs. Phyllis Ross
Recommended for the Degree of D.Sc.
Dr. George Michael Volkoff
Colonel Percy M. Barr
Dr. Sedgewick)
Dean Buchanan) That Senate approve the granting
of these degrees, and in addition,
the President be empowered, in
consultation with the Committee on
Honorary Degrees, to nominate a
member of the Naval Services.
Carried
Committee on Memorial Minutes
Dr. Sedgewick, Chairman, presented for the records of
Senate the following tribute to Mr. John Ridington, Emeritus Librarian, who died on April 20th, 1945:
The Senate regrets to record the death of John
Ridington, Librarian Emeritus.  From his appointment
in December, 1914, to his retirement in -August, 1940,
he devoted his gifts of energy and enthusiasm to the
service of the University at its central point; and
during that time he became a leading figure in the
local and international councils of his fellows. He
greatly assisted the University in obtaining its
library building - the first of its kind in western
Canada; he secured for his institution valuable
collections of Art; and through his effort it was
made a depository of the Library of Congress. He
will not lack monument while our Library stands. 1139
Friday,  August 24,   1945.
Dr.  Sedgewick also referred to the  death on July 31st,
1945,   of Miss Mary L.  Bollert,   former Dean of Women.     The
members stood in silent tribute to  her memory.     It was
agreed that a memorial minute should be prepared for
inclusion in the minutes  of the next  regular meeting.
Proposed Faculty of Law
The Secretary read a letter from the Board of Governors
stating that they had been notified that  the Government had
approved of the request for a grant of $10,000.00 for the
establishment  of a Faculty of Law in the  immediate future
in order to  provide  training  for  ex-service personnel and
others who plan to enter  the legal profession.     The Board
reported approval of the establishment  of this Faculty,
subject to the  agreement of Senate.
A report of the  General Advisory Committee for the
Establishment  of a Law School in the University of British
Columbia and a copy of the minutes of the  second meeting
of the  Committee were presented for information.
The Chairman'asked Dean  Buchanan to  speak to the report.     The Dean gave a  summary of the steps leading to the
establishment  of the Faculty concerning the degree.     Mr.
A.   E.   Lord reported a difference of opinion  as to whether
a five-year course  leading to the degree of LL.B.   should
be approved in addition to the double  course of six years
leading to  the degrees of B.A.   and LL.B.
Mr. A.E. Lord)
Mr. Lett  ) That Senate advise and consent to 1140
Friday, August 24, 1945.
the establishment of a Faculty of
Law in the University of British
Columbia.
Carried
Mr.A.E.Lord)
Mr. Lett   ) That a double course of six years
leading to the degrees of B.A. and
LL.B. be approved in principle,
details to be worked out.
Carried
Mr.A.E.Lord)
Mr. Caple  ) That the Benchers be advised that
the University is willing to provide a course leading to the degree
of LL.B. at the end of five years.
Carried
Mr.A.E.Lord)
Mr. Lett   ) That the Press Committee be authorized to announce that the establishment of a Law School has been
approved by Senate.
Carried
It was agreed that Senate approve in principle cooperation with the Law Society in the giving of a
Refresher Course for ex-service personnel.
Correspondence
A letter to the President from Col. H. T. Logan was
read stating that a recent change in his relationships to
Fairbridge Farm Schools might necessitate his residing in
England.  In view of the many important problems coming
before Senate he would be willing to resign from membership
in that body and the Board of Governors, if they so wished.
Otherwise, he would welcome leave of absence for about three
months at the end of which time he would have returned from
England and would know his own position more definitely. 1141
Friday, August 24, 1945.
Mr.A.E.Lord)
Dr.   Wright   )  That  leave be extended and that
no action regarding Mr.   Logan's
resignation be taken at the
present time.
Carried
A letter from Mr.   Jordan Guy,  writing for the Alumni
Association was read requesting information  regarding the
recent Senate Elections and a geographical breakdown of the
vote for purposes of ascertaining what localities were
active in Alumni matters.
Dean Clement     )
Dean Finlayson)  That this information  be made
available to the Alumni Association on the  condition  that
they make  the investigation in
the Registrar's Office, with
the proviso  that the   secrecy
of the ballot be preserved.
Carried
Letters of appreciation were received from Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Oliver, Mr. J. S. Ney and Mr. C. J. Keller for
expressions of sympathy sent to them from Senate on the loss
of their sons in a drowning accident while attending C.O.T.C.
camp. A letter of thanks was also received from Mrs.
Ridington and her sons.
Provision for Increase of Student Registration in the
Coming Winter Session'
For the information of Senate a statement from the
Registrar was read giving the registration for the Fall
term to date and a comparative figure at the corresponding
date last year.
The President outlined for Senate what had already 1142
Friday, August 24, 1945.
been accomplished and plans for further accommodation in
preparation for the increased enrollment. The old Forestry
Camp had been taken over for residence accommodation and
the huts of the Heavy Anti-Aircraft Camp were in the process
of being moved to the campus for use as lecture rooms,
offices, book store, health service, cafeteria extension,
etc.
From the Faculty of Arts and science
The Faculty of Arts and Bcience at its meeting on
August 24th, approved the recommendation of the Superintendent of Education that the regulation governing the Royal
Institution Scholarships for Senior Matriculation be
amended so that a candidate would not be permitted to include for competition Course A and I in the same science.
Dean Buchanan)
Mr. Gage    ) That this recommendation be approved.
Carried
Mr. Gage reported that the International Brotherhood,
Pulp Sulphite and Paper Mills Workers, Ocean Falls Local
No. 312, had provided a scholarship which would be open to
students in the five "paper" towns, Ocean Falls, Powell
River, Port Alice, Port Mellon and Woodfibre, for attendance at the University of British Columbia, or some other
institution, on the basis of their University Entrance
standing. As this scholarship is under the jurisdiction
of the above organization, this was reported for information only. 1143
Friday,   August  24,   1945.
Mr. Gage)
Dr. Bage) That a letter of appreciation be
sent to the donors.
Carried
The meeting adjourned.
Secretary.
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Chairman.

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