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 365
Wednesday,   May   7th,   19 24
The   fourth  regular meeting of  the   Senate   of
The  University of  British   Columbia  for  the   session
1923-24 was  held  on  Wednesday,   May  7th,   1924,   at   10:00
A.M.,   in  the   Board  Room..
Present:     The  President   (in  the   Chair),   Dean
Clement,   Dean  Brock,   Dean   Coleman,   Mr.   P.   A.   Boving,
Mr.   Wilfrid  Sadler,   Dr.   E.   H.   Archibald,   Dr.   T.   H.   Boggs,
Mr.   L.    F.   Robertson,   Mr.    G.   A.   Fergusson,   Rev.   A.   H.
Sovereign,   Judge   J.   D.   Swanson,   Judge   F.   W.   Howay,   Dr.
H.   F.   G.   Let son,   Miss   A.   B.   Jamieson,   Mr.   G.   W.   Scott,
Mr.    J.   S.   Gordon,   Dr.   W.    B.   Burnett,   Mr.   J.   M.    Turnbull,
Mr.   G.   E.   Robinson,   Mr.   W.   P.   Argue,   Dr.   G.   G.   Sedgewiok.
Mr. Boving   )
Mr. Sovereign)  That the minutes of the third
regular meeting of February 20th
1924, and of the special
meeting of April 1st, 1924, be
taken as read.       Carried
795 Mr. Sovereign)
Mr. Robinson )  That we proceed to consider the
examination results submitted
by the Faculties and by
Victoria College;  and that
reports on Senate elections under
item 2 on the agenda be considered
last. Carried
795  Examination Results
The results of the examinations in the various
years in the Faculty of Arts and Science and in Victoria
College were presented by Dean Coleman and were considered
and passed, section by section. ->
366
Wednesday,   May  7th,   1924
795 Correspondence,   including Medical   certificates,
was   read,   in  reference   to   the   case   of Miss Ellen Hart,
but   no   action was   taken.
Dean   Coleman)
Dr.   Boggs        )      That   the   report   as  a whole,
including  that  of Victoria
College,   be   adopted.     Carried
797 The   results   of   the   examinations   in  the   various
years   in  the   Faculty  of Applied Science  were  presented
by  Dean   Brock and were   considered  and passed,   section  by
section.
Dean Brock     )
Mr.   Turnbull)     That   the   report   of  the   Faculty
of Applied  Science,   as  a whole,
be   adopted. Carried
The   results   of   the   examinations   in  the  various
years   in   the   Faculty  of  Agriculture  were   presented  by
Dean   Clement   and were   considered  and  passed,   section  by
section.
Dean   Clement)
Mr.   Boving     )     That   the   report  of  the   Faculty
of Agriculture   as   a  whole,   be
adopted. Carried
Dean   Clement)
Mr.   Boving     )     That   the   recommendation of  the
7 98 Faculty  that  Mr.   A.   E.   Ogilvie's
record  be   changed  to   read "with
supplementals   in   Chemistry  2  and
Bacteriology  1",   be   adopted.
Carried 367
Wednesday, May 7th, 1924
7 99   Report on award of Medals. Scholarships, and Prizes.
Dean Coleman )
Dr. Sedgewiok)  That the report be adopted,
as presented, with the change
suggested by Dean Brock re
the Provincial Board of Health
Prizes. Carried
•00 A communication from the Board of Governors
approving of the affiliation of Ryerson College with
the University was read.
Judge   Howay)
Mr.   Gordon   )     That   the   letter  be   received
and  filed. Carried
801 A letter  from  the  Board  of  Governors   notified
Senate   that  Mr.   J.   N.   Ellis,   K.    C.   had  been appointed   to
succeed the   late  Dr.   S.   D.   Scott  on  the   Co-ordinating
Committee  of the   Senate   and  the   Board.
Judge Howay  )
Mr. Sovereign)  That the letter be received
and filed. Carried
302 A communication from the Board of Governors
was read, approving of the recommendation of Senate "that
the Departments of Nursing and Public Health be combined
under the name 'Department of Nursing and Health'".
Dean   Brock)
Mr.   Boving)     That   the   letter  be   received
and filed. Carried 368
Wednesday,   May  7th,   1924
8 03       Report  of   Co-ordinating  Committee   re  Laying of   Cornerstones
At   the  meeting of   the   Board of  Governors which
was  held  on April  26th,   the   Co-ordinating   Committee
submitted  their   report   on  "the   nature   of   the   ceremony
at   the   laying of   cornerstones  of  University  buildings".
The   report   of   the   Committee   is   as   follows:
1. That,   in  future,   cornerstones  be   laid under  the
auspices   of   the   University.
2. That   the   inscription  on  the   cornerstone   of   the
Library  be   as   follows: ^
"THIS   STONE  WAS   LAID -   "   then   follows   the   month
and  the  year,     and
3. That   the   name   of   Dean  R.   W.   Brock  be   deleted
from  the   cornerstone   of   the   Science  building.
The   report  was  not   adopted  by   the   Board of
Governors  but  was   referred  to   the   Chancellor and  the
President  with  power   to   act.      The   Committee   approved  the
report  as   submitted  to   the   Board  and  instructed
me   to   transmit   their   findings   to   the   Senate.
Dean  Brock)
Mr.   Boving)      That   the   report   be   adopted.
In amendment,
Mr.   Gordon        )
Judge  Swanson)   That  we  endorse   sections  1  and
2  of   the   report   of   the   Coordinating  Committee   and   that
Section  3   be   laid  on  the   table
to   be   considered  later.
Carried
Mr. Boving   )
804 Mr. Robertson)  That the communication from
the Secretary of Convocation,
and copy of minutes of the Annual
Meeting of Convocation held May
10th, 1923, be received and filed.
Carried
Mr.   Sovereign)
8°5 Mr.   Gordon        )     That   the   communication   from   the
Academy  of  the   Sacred Heart 369
Wednesday,   May  7th,   1924
re  extra-mural   courses  of
study  for  members   of   their  staff
be   laid on   the   table  until   the
next  meeting of  Senate.
Carried
Mr. Sovereign)
806 Mr. Gordon   )  That the communication from
the Academy of the Sacred Heart
re the admission of their
students to the First Year Arts
examinations, be laid on the
table until the next meeting
of Senate. Carried
Mr. Robertson)
307 Mr. Argue    )  That the communication from Mr.
H. Mortimer Lamb re a course
in Fine Arts be laid on the
table until the next meeting.
Carried
Report of the Scrutineers and of the Registrar in
808  reference to the Senate Elections. .
The Report is 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 acclamation, no ballot was received
for that office.
The total number of ballots received was 534.
of these 534 ballots, 515 were valid; 10 were spoiled
ballots; and 9 were received after the time
appointed by statute and were left unopened.
We have counted the votes on the. above-mentioned
515 valid ballots and find the following to be the
result: 370
Wednesday,   May  7th,   1924
Candidates
ceived
-  In
orde
ir of
votes received
270
18
302
14
250
20
348
6
XX
264
19
367
5
324
11
293
15
17 6
21
388
2
344
9
345
8
278
17
282
16
311
13
323
12
348
6
XX
407
1
375
3
X
375
3
X
330
10
x Tie
xx Tie
Anderson,   A.   M.
Argue,   W.   P.
Brough,   T.   A.
Burnett,   W.    B.
Clearihue,   J.   B.
de  Pencier,   A.   U.
Gordon,   J.   S.
Jamieson,   A.    B.
Jamieson,   L.   E.
Killam,    C.
Lett, S.
Lord, A. E.
Paul, E. B.
Peck, K. M.
Richards, A.
E.
Robinson, G.
E.
Scott, G. W.
Sedgewiok, G
. G.
Sovereign, A
. H.
Swanson, J.
D.
Turnbull, J.
M.
Candidates  Elected -   Votes   Received
Sedgewiok,   G.   G.
Killam,   C
Sovereign,  A.  H.
Swanson,   J.   D.
de   Pencier,   A.   U.
Burnett,   W.   B.
Scott,   G.   W.
Lord,   A.   E.
Lett,   S.
Turnbull,   J.   M.
Gordon,   J.   S.
Robinson,   G.   E.
Richards,   A.   E.
Argue,   W.   P.
Jamieson,   A.   B.
407
38 3
375)
375)
367
348)
348)
345
344
330
324
323
311
302
293
(Signed)   D. L. MacLaurin,
Scrutineer
(Signed)   D.M.Robinson,
Scrutineer 371
Wednesday,   May  7th,   1924
#(From Registrar's   report:-     "As   there  was   only  one
candidate   nominated  for   Chancellor,   namely,   Robert
Edward McKechnie,   Esq.,   he  was   duly elected  by
acclamation.")
Dean   Coleman)
Mr.   Boving     )     That   the   report  of   the
Scrutineers  and  of   the   Registrar
be  adopted. Carried
809 Representativespn  Senate
From  the   Faculties
(a) A  letter  from  the   Faculty  of  Arts   and
Science  was   read,   announcing  that  Dr.   D.
Buchanan  had  been   re-appointed,   and  Dr.   M.   Y.
Williams   appointed   to   succeed  Dr.    Boggs   as
representatives   on Senate.
(b) A  letter   from   the   Faculty   of Applied
Science  was   read  stating  that  Mr.   H.   R.   Christie
and  Dr.   R.   H.    Clark had  been  appointed  to
succeed  Dr.   Archibald  and  Mr.   E.   G.   Matheson
as   representatives  on  Senate.
{ c) A   letter from  the   Faculty  of Agriculture
was   read  announcing  that   Mr.   H.   M.   King  and
Mr.   A.   F.   Barss had been appointed to   succeed
Mr.   Boving and Mr.   W.   Sadler as   representatives
on   Senate.
Dean   Coleman)
Mr.   Boving     )     That   these   communications   be
received  and   filed. Carried 372
Wednesday, May 7th, 1924
810 From Victoria College
A letter from the Secretary of the Board
of School Trustees, Victoria, B. C. , was read
stating that Edward B. Paul, M. A. , LL. D. , had
been chosen as representative of Victoria
College on the Senate of The University of
British Columbia, vice George Jay, resigned.
Mr. Gordon)
Mr. Scott )  That the communication be filed.
Carried
811 The Committee on Prizes and Scholarships
recommended the acceptance of the following prizes
Offered by the Vancouver Branch of the Engineering
Institute   of   Canada:
1. The  A.   D.   Swan  Special   Book Prize   for  the
best   essay  sxibmitted  as  a   regular  "summer  thesis"
at   the   opening  of   the   session  1924-25   by  any
student  member of   the   Engineering  Institute
of   Canada who   is   in  attendance   at   the   University.
2. The  Walter Moberly  Memorial  Prise,   a  bursary
of  approximately $30.00,   to   be   awarded annually
to   the   best  essay  submitted  by  any  Fourth Year
student  of  the   Faculty  of Applied Science  as
his   regular   summer  thesis.
Dean   Brock     )
Mr.   Turnbull)      That   this   recommendation  be
approved. Carried
Mr.    Robertson)
Dean   Clement   )      That  we   adjourn.        Carried
Chairman Secretary

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