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9. Candidates for Honors in Mental and Moral Philosophy shall be examined in the following subjects :

Logic. Mental Philosophy. Moral Philosophy. Natural Theology. Also in one of the following subjects, to be selected by the candidate:a. History of Philosophy. b. Elements of Jurisprudence.

Evidences of Revealed Religion (as in Butler's Analogy and Paley's Evidences).

10. As soon as possible after each Examination for Honors, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed, arranged in three divisions, each in the order of merit. Candidates shall be bracketed together, unless the Examiners are of opinion that there is clearly a difference in their merits.

11. The candidate who shall be placed first in the first division in each branch shall receive a Gold Medal, and a prize of books to the value of one hundred Rupees, and the second student of the first class in each branch shall receive a Silver Medal, and a prize of books to the value of one hundred Rupees.

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EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF M. A.

1. Every Bachelor of Arts, who has obtained Honors in Arts, shall be entitled to the Degree of Master of Arts without further Examination or fee.

2. Any Bachelor of Arts may, on sending to the Registrar (on or before the first of January), an application (specifying the branch in which he desires to be examined) with a certificate of having passed the Examination for the Degree of B. A., and on payment of a fee of 50 Rupees, be admitted to the Honor Examination in any branch in view to obtaining the Degree of M. A.

3. If a candidate fail to pass the Examination, the fee shall not be returned to him. A candidate may be admitted to one or more subsequent Examinations, on payment of a like fee of fifty Rupees on each occasion.

4. As soon as possible after the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the successful candidates arranged in alphabetical order. Each successful candidate shall receive with his Degree of M. A. a certificate setting forth the branch in which he was examined.

LICENCE IN LAW.

1. An Examination for a *Licence in Law shall be held annually in Calcutta, and shall commence in the first week in January.

2. Any under-graduate of the University may be almitted to this Examination, provided he has prosecuted a regular course of study in a school of Law, recognized by the Syndicate, for not less than three academical years after passing the First Examination in Arts.

3. Every candidate for admission to this Examination shall send his application, with a certificate in

* The holder of this Licence shall be styled a Licentiate in Law.

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the form entered in Appendix A, to the Registrar at least fourteen days before the date fixed for the commencement of the Examination.

4. A fee of twenty-five rupees shall be payable by each candidate. No candidate shall be admitted, unless he shall have paid this fee to the Registrar. A candidate, who fails to pass or present himself for Examination, shall not be entitled to claim a refund of the fee. A candidate may be admitted to one or more subsequent Examinations for a Licence in Law, on payment of a like fee of twenty-five rupees on each occasion.

5. The Examination shall be written and oral.

6. Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects :

I. The principles of Jurisprudence.

II. The several systems of Municipal Law which obtain in India, as they concern:

Personal rights and status. b. The rights of Property, the modes of its acquisition, and herein the Law of Contracts and Successions, as well testamentary as ab intestato.

The Law of Evidence, of Crimes and of Procedure. The following shall be text-books of Examination in the foregoing subjects, and may, from time to time, be altered by the Syndicate :

PRINCIPLES OF JURISPRUDENCE. Stephen's Blackstone-Introduction, and Section 2.

Kent's Commentaries-Part I, Lecture 1; Part 3, Lectures 20, 21, 22 and 23.

Story's Conflict of Laws-Chapters 1 and 2, or
Wheaton's Elements of International Law--Part 2, Chapter 2.

PERSONAL RIGHTS AND Status. Stephen's Blackstone-Books I. and III. Book IV. Part I. Chapters 1, 2, 6 and 10; Part III. Chapters 1, 7, 10 and 13.

Kent's Commentaries - Part 4, Lectures 24 to 33 inclusive.

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Strange's Hindu Law-Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 10, or

5. Macnaghten’s Hindu Law—Chapters , 6 and 7. Macnaghten’s Mahomedan Law-Chapters 7, 8 and 9. Story's Conflict of Laws - Chapters 3 and 4. THE RIGHTS OF PROPERTY, THE

ITS ACQUISITION, AND
HEREIN THE LAW OF CONTRACTS AND SUCCESSIONS, AS

TESTAMENTARY AS AB INTESTATO,
Stephen's Blackstone-Book II.-Introduction and Part 2.
Kent's Commentaries-Parts 5 & 6.
Macpherson on Contracts.

Williams on Real Property-Part I. Chapters 1 to 4 and 6 to 8; Part IV. Chapter 2 ; Part V. or

Stephen's Blackstone-Book II. Part 1, (excepting Chapter 2).
Strange's Hindu Law-Chapters 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 12, or
Macnaghten’s Hindu Law-Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, and 9.

Macnaghten's Mahomedan Law-Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11 and 12.

Dattaca Chundrica. (Sutherland's Translation).
Macpherson on Mortgages.

THE LAW OF EVIDENCE, OF CRIMES AND OF PROCEDURE.
Indian Penal Code.
Stephen's Blackstone-Books V. and VI.
Taylor or Goodeve or Norton on Evidence.

The Codes of Civil and Criminal Procedure. All Acts and Regulations in force, regulating the Revenue Courts of the Bengal Presidency.

Where two or more Books are mentioned in the alternative, it shall not be necessary for the Students to pass in more than one of the books.

7. A paper of questions shall be set in each of the following subjects :

1. The Principles of Jurisprudence. The Law of Personal Rights and Status, and the Law relating to the infringement of such rights as administered in British India.

2. The rights of Property and the infringement of them ; the modes of its acquisition, and the Law of Successions, as well testa. mentary as ab intestato.

3. Land Tenures in Bengal, and the Revenue Laws.
4. The Law of Contracts.
5. Civil Procedure Code, and Evidence,
6. Penal Code, and Criminal Procedure Code.

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8. As soon as possible after the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the successful candidates arranged alphabetically.

BACHELOR IN LAW.

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1. An Examination for the Degree of Bachelor in Law shall be held annually in Calcutta, and shall commence in the first week in January.

2. Any Bachelor of Arts may be admitted to this Examination, provided he has passed the B. A. Examination at least one year previously, and has attended lectures in a school of Law, recognized by the Syndicate, for three academical

3. Every candidate for admission to the Examination shall send his application, with a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, to the Registrar at least fourteen days before the date fixed for the commencement of the Examination.

4. A fee of thirty rupees shall be payable by each candidate. No candidate shall be admitted, unless he shall have paid this fee to the Registrar. A candidate, who fails to pass or present himself for Examination, shall not be entitled to claim a refund of the fee. A candidate may be admitted to one more subsequent Examinations on payment of a like fee of thirty rupees on each occasion.

5. Every candidate shall be examined in the subjects and in the manner ordered in paragraphs 3 and 7 of the Regulations for a Licence in Law.

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