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Wednesday, December 20th, 1922
719 The seoond regular meeting of the Senate of The
University of British Columbia for the 1922-23 session
was held on Wednesday, Deoember 20th, 1922, at 8:00 P.M.,
in the Board Room.
Present:  Dr. R. W. Brook, Aoting President,
(in the ohair). Dr. R. E* McKechnie, Dr. H. T. J. Coleman,
Mr. Wilfrid Sadler, Dr. E. H. Archibald, Mr. E. G. Katheson,
Dr. D. Buohanan, Bishop de Penoier, Mr. G. A. Fergusson,
Rev* Dr. W. H. Smith, Dr. G. G. Sedgewiok, Dr. N* Wolverton,
Miss A. B. Jamieson, Mr. G. W. Scott, Magistrate H. 0.
Shaw, Mr. J. M. Turnbull, Mr* G* E. Robinson, Rev* A. H*
Sovereign, Mr. W. P. Argue.
Bishop de. Penoier)
Br* MoKeohnie   ) That the minutes of the
meeting of October 18th, 1922,
be taken as read, and adopted.
OaryiQd,
A letter frem the Rev* W* Leslie Clay was read
regretting his inability to be present at the meeting
of Senate*  A telephone message from Judge Howay waa
reoeived stating that he would probably be unable to
attend the meeting.
Bishop de Penoier)
Hr* Argue       )  That the oommunioations
be filed.        Oarried
720 Report of the Committee on Curriculum and
Calendar*
•♦That  the  examinations  of April   1924  start  one   day
earlier   than  usual,   and that  Good Friday and Easter
Monday be holidays". (302)
Wednesday, Deoember 20th, 1922.
Dr* Arehibald)
Mr. Fergusson)  That the reoommendatlon be
approved. Parried
721 A letter from the Board of Governors was read
giving notice of the aooeptanoe of the P. E. 0* Sisterhood Prizes, as recommended by Senate.
Dean Coleman )
Mr* Sovereign)  That the oommunloation be
received and filed*    Parried
722 A letter from the Board of Governors announced
that the Board had appointed the President as a member
of the Co-ordinating Committee of the Senate and the
Board.
Bishop de Penoier)
Dean Coleman     )  That the oommunloation be
reoeived and filed.
Oarried
723 Recommendations from the Faculties. .Jointly.
Alma Hater Constitution amendments.
Clause 5, - The Executive.
(d) The Duties of Officers.
Treasurer.  The Treasurer shall, on assuming
office, provide a bond for the sum of $2000.00
on himself, in a company seleoted by the Students'
Council.  The cost of such bond to be paid from
the funds of the Alma Mater Funds.  He shall
take charge of the funds of the Sooiety, which
shall be divided into four parts, namely, -
1.  Appropriations to the Students publications
2*  Appropriations to the Literary and Scientific Department.
3.  Appropriations to the Men's Athletio
Asaeoiatlon
4*  The remainder of the funds of the Alma Hater
Sooiety. (303)
Wednesday, December 20th, 1922.
The Treaeurer shall immediately on the reoeipt
of the funds have them deposited in a ohartered
bank selected by the Students' Oounoil, a bank,
or bank account for each of the respective
divisions of the funds.  He shall not disburse
the funds under his direct control, except in
the payment of bills certified by the President
and Treasurer of the society which contracted
the bills and then only by cheque signed by him
and countersigned by the President of the
Students' Council.  He shall keep careful oount
of and he responsible for all monies received
and disbursed by himself and by the Assistant
Treasurers, and shall file all bills and receipts
under his direct control.  He shall have the
power to audit the books of the Assistant
Treasurers at any time, and he shall see that they
keep careful count of and are responsible for the
monies and file all bills and receipts under
their direct control.  He shall render a
finanoial statement of the Alma Mater Sooiety
to the Students' Oounoil each month, and shall
embody in it the finanoial statements received
from his three Assistant Treasurers.  He shall
submit a financial report  at the annual
meeting whioh shall include the finanoial reports
from his three Assistant Treasurers and at any
other time on the written order of the Students'
Council.  He shall get finanoial report of eaoh
activity within two weeks after suoh aotivity
and present it to the Students' Council.
Assistant Treasurers.   The Assistant Treasurers
Shall be, -
1. The Business Manager of the Publications   *
Board
2. The Treasurer of the Literary and Scientific
Department
3. The Treasurer of the Men's Athletic
Assooiati on.
These officers shall not sit on the Council.
They shall keep accurate aooount of all the
monies reoeived and disbursed by the societies
in their respective departments and shall file
all bills and receipts of the respective
departments.  They shall not disburse the funds
under their direct control except in payment
of bills certified by the President and Treasurer
of the society which contracted the bills, and
then only by cheque signed by the Assistant (304)
Wednesday, December 20th, 1922.
Treasurer concerned and countersigned by the
President and Treasurer of the Students' Oounoil.
They shall each render a finanoial statement of
their department monthly, and a finanoial report
once a year for the Annual meeting of the Alma
Hater Sooiety, or at any other time upon the
written order of the President and Treasurer of
the Students' Oounoil*  They shall get and file
a finanoial report of each activity of the
societies in their departments and shall forward
a copy to the Treasurer of the Students' Council
within two weeks after the date of the activity.
Clause 6, - Eleotions.
(b)  Appointments by the Students* Council.
2.  Assistant Treasurers.
The  Business Manager  of  the  Publications  Board,
the  Treasurer  of   the  Literary and Scientific
Department,   and  the   Treasurer  of   the  Men's
Athletic Association,   shall be  appointed  by   the
Students'   Oounoil   in   collaboration with the
Head  of  the  Department   oonoerned,   on   the  day
following the appointment   or   eleotion  of  the
Head of the  Department  concerned.
Clause   7,  -  Finances.
(a) 2*     All  monies   excepting special membership
fees  received by Student   organizations under
the  Alma Hater Sooiety, which monies   shall be
remitted  to   the  Treasurer   of   the Students'
Oounoil  direct.
(b) A budget shall be prepared by  the  Treasurer
from  these  estimates and presented in  the  fourth
week  of the session  to  the Students'   Council
for consideration and adoption*     The Appropriations
for   the  Publications   Board,   the   Literary Department,   and  the Men's Athletic  Association   shall
be  prepared according  to   these  budgets*
re  Powers  of Subsidiary Executives.
"That  the  Executive  of   the  Literary and
Scientific   Department   and the Men's Athletic
Sooiety  be  given power   to   transact  all  business
in  connection with   the activities   of  the   societies
under   their direct   control,   subject   to  the
^ (305)
Wednesday,   December  20th,   1922,
approval of   the  Students'   Oounoil,  and  that
three  copies  of the  minutes  of   the  meetings  of
the  Literary  and Scientific Department and the
Hen's Athletio  Sooiety,   (both exeoutive  and
general  meetings)   be  forwarded  to  the   Students'
Oounoil  Immediately following the meetings  of
the above mentioned societies,  for consideration
and  approval  of  the Students'   Council,  before  being posted,   and that  two  copies  of these Minutes
be forwarded  to   the  Faoulty     Committee on
Student Affairs  after approval by the Students'
Council,   together with   the  minutes  of  the
meetings  of   the  Students'   Council."
Hr*   Turnbull)
Dean  Coleman )
That  these  amendments,   -  Clause
5  -  The  Exeoutive,   (d)   Duties
of Officers,   Treasurer;     Clause
6 - Eleotions; Olause
FlnancZes; and the new
in regard to Powers of
Societies be  adopted.
7 -
amendment
Subsidiary
Parried
724 Oommunloations  from   the   Faculty  of   Applied  Science.
(a) For   the  Information  of Senate,   it was announced
that  the   Faoulty  of Applied Science had  elected
Hr*   E.   G.  Matheson as  representative   on  Senate
to   take   the  plaoe   of Mr.   Gill  for   the  balance
of  the  representative's   term*
(b) September supplemental examinations.
Mr.   Argue        )
Dr.   Buchanan)     That  this report  be aocepted.
Qarrj,o4
(o)     Pass   standing.   Second Tear Nursing.
"That   the  regulation  in  reference   to   the pass
standing for  students   in   the  First Year Nursing,
namely,  40$  on  eaoh  subject  and 50$  on  the   total
be   extended  to  Seoond Year Nursing,   and  that
this   standing be retroactive  to  last  Spring*s
examinations".
Mr.   Sovereign)
Hiss   Jamieson)
That   the recommendation be received  and adopted. Carried (306)
Wednesday, December 20th, 1922.
725       (d)  Course, - Fourth Year Forestry.
"That for this year in Fourth Year Forestry,
Forestry 6, and Forestry 9 be substituted for
Civil Engineering 24".
Bishop De Penoier)
Dr. MoKeohnie    )  That the reoommendatlon be
adopted. Parried
(e) Course, - Fourth Year Civil Engineering.
"That for this year in Fourth Year Civil
Engineering, Eleotrioal Engineering 2, and
Heohanioal Engineering 14, be substituted for
Civil Engineering 25".
Bishop de Penoier)
Dr. Buchanan     )  That the recommendation be
adopted. Oarried
(f) Course, - Seoond Year Forestry.
"That the Seoond Year Forestry be amended for
this year by dropping Mechanical Engineering 2."
Hr*   Fergusson)
Hr.   Turnbull   )     That   the  reoommendatlon be
adopted. Carried
(g) Short  Course  for  Graduate Nurses.
"That a   short  course  in post-graduate work for
nurses holding institutional and  teaching positions
be arranged^ooncurrently with  the  Summer  Session".
Hiss Jamieson)
Dr. Smith    )  That the recommendation be
adopted. Oarried
726  From the Faculty of Agri culture:
(a)  September supplemental examinations.
Mr* Sadler)
Hr* Argue )  That this report be aooepted.
Oarried (307)
d
* Wednesday,   December  20th,   1922.
727 (b)     B.   C.   Dairymen's  Association  Prize.
"That   the B.   0.   Dairymen's Association  prize
to  the  value  of   one hundred dollars   (#100.00)
be awarded to  H*   Steves,  £.  Hope,  and  C.   Barton,
each to reoeive one-third  of  the Prise*"
Hr* Sadler      )
Bishop de Penoier)  That the recommendation be
adopted. Oarried
728 From the Faculty Committee on Scholarships.
1*  That the applications of Frederick H. Sanders,
Mollie E. Cottingham, and Eugene E. Cassidy, for
the holding over of their Matrioulation Scholarships for one year, be granted.
Dean Coleman     )
Bishop de Penoier)  That the reoommendatlon be
adopted. Parried
2*  That the application of Roy Gray, now a student
in Seoond Year Arts, for the retention of the
Royal Institution First Year Applied Science
Scholarship be not granted.
Dean Coleman     )
Bishop de Penoier)  That the recommendation be
adopted. Oarried
3*  That the Players' Club Prize of #50*00 be
awarded to Miss Annie Anderson.
Bishop de Penoier)
Hr. Sovereign    )  That the recommendation be
adopted. Parried,
729 Report of Committee on Library Government.
Resolved:
1.  That, under authority conferred upon Senate
by the University Aot, section 58, subsection h, the Senate appoint the following
members of its own body as a oommittee to
manage the affairs of the University Library: 1
(308)
Wednesday, December 20th, 1922.
(a) The President, ex-offlolo.
(b) The two representatives eleoted to the
Senate by the Faoulty of Arts*
(o)  One of the two representatives eleoted
to the Senate by the Faoulty of
Agriculture.  This member to be nominated
by the President.
(d)  One of the two representatives eleoted
to the Senate by the Faoulty of Applied
Solenoe*  This member also to be ohosen
by the President.
2.  That, in addition to the persons named above,
the President be given power to add to the
committee further members, not to exoeed
two in number, the same to be ohosen from
members of the Senate other than those already named*
3*  That the Librarian, ex-offioio, be Seoretary
of this Committee.
Magistrate Shaw)
Hr* Scott     )  That this resolution be
passed by the Senate.
parried,
Oftrg*IPQPdfPQe
730 (»)    1  letter from  the  High Sohool  and University
Hatrioulation  Board was read informing Senate
that  the agreement re Matrioulation as amended
and approved by  Senate was  satisfactory  to   the
Department  of Education.
Dr. Buchanan )
Dr. Wolverton)  That the oommunication be
received and filed.   Oarried
731 •      (b)  re the establishment of a Faoulty of Law -
Mr. A* M. Whiteside*
Hagistrata Shaw  )
Bishop de Penoier)  That the President nominate
a committee of five to look
into the matter submitted to
Senate in the letter from
the President (re the establishment of a Faoulty of Law)
Oarried
J (308)
Wednesday, Deoember 20th, 1922*
732 Request of B.  C.   Teachers'   Federation  for
special classes and assistance  in aoademio  and professional work*
That*   iu view  of   the  wide-spread demand of  teaohers
in~servioe  for assistance  from  the University  in
both the  aoademio and professional  aspects  of their
work;   and in view of the  sympathetic attitude  ef  the
Provincial  Department   of Education as  shown  in  its
support,   during  the last  three  years,   of   the
University Summer  School for  Teaohers,   -
The  Senate apj>oint  a  Committee  of  its  members
to  inquire  into,  -
(a) The  feasibility  of extra-mural  courses   for
teachers  to  be   oarried  on  either  independently
or  in   conJunction with  the University  Summer
Session*
(b) The   present   need   of a  University  Department  of
Education   to assist   in   the  professional   traln-
ing of High  Sohool  Teaohers,   and  in   the work
of  the Summer Session*
(o)     The  feasibility  of Evening and Saturday courses
for  teaohers  in  professional  subjects*
(d) The feasibility  of  Evening and  Saturday courses
i n a oademi o   sub j ed t s.
(e) Any  other  policy which,   in   the Committee's
judgment,   will  enable  the University   to  contribute
more  directly and  efficiently  than  it  does at
present   to  the  interests   of elementary and
seoondary education  in   the  Province.
That  the  Committee  be asked to  report  at  the
next meeting  of  Senate.
Hr.   Fergusson)
Dr.   Sedgewiok)     That  Senate  request   the Aoting
President to appoint a oommittee
as outlined In this resolution*
Qtrr* eft
733
The  Seoretary announced   that   the  President had
nominated Bishop de  Pencier  and Dr.   Buchanan as  the representatives  of   Senate   on   the   Co-ordinating Committee
of  the   Senate  and the  Board.
I r (310)
Wednesday,   December  20th,   1922
Dean  Coleman)
Hr*   Argue        )     That we adjourn.
Oarried
xi .p;
Chairman
Seoretary

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