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Instruction, Courses op, in
the —

College 31

School of Engineering ... 31

Law School 120

Manual Training School . . 313

Mary Institute 201

Smith Academy 182.187

St. Jjouis Medical College . . 146

Missouri Dental College . . 166

Instructors in the —

Undergraduate Department . 24
Henry Shaw School of Botany 78

St. Louis School of Fine Arts 86

St. Louis Law School . . . . lOS



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GENERAL INDEX.



227



Page.
St. Louis Medical :Ck>I lege . 132
Mlssoari Dental Collego . . 160

Mary Inatltnte 190

Smith Academy 179

Manual Training School . . 209



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Foandatlon and Equipment

of the Mary Institute ... 203
Admission to Mary Institute . 205
Tuition Fees in Mary Insti-
tute 206



IirSTRUMBNTS, SUBYKTINO



66 Mathematics, INSTRUCTION IN 85
Mechanics, Instruction in . 36



Laboratories,
The Electrical Engineering . 68 ..
The Testing ...... 67 ' Mechanical Engineering



Law Department loi i

Latin, Instruotion.in ... 31

Lecture Foundations .

Lectures, School of Fine
ARTS 93

Library and Reading Room . 69

Manual Training School . . 207 i
Managing Board of the Man- !

ual Training School ... 208
Ofllcers of Goyernment and

Instruction in the Manual

Training School 209 ,

Organization of the Manual

Training School 210

Admission to the Manual

Training School 2111

Course of Instruction in the '

Manual Training School . . 213 I
TnUlon Fees in the Manual I

Training School 220

Scholarships in the Manual

Training School 220

Mart INBTITUTB 197

Calendar of the Mary Insti-
tute 198

Officers of Qovernment and
Instruction In the Mary In-

Biltute 199

Course of Instruction In the
li&ry Institute 201



Course of Studt In . . 48
Curriculum in .*.... 60
Appliances in 67



eg Medical Department



129



Missouri Dental College . 157
Hoard of Overseers ... 169

Faculty of the Missouri Den-
tal College 160

Demonstrators in the Missouri
Dental College 161

Calendar of the Missouri Den-
Ul College 158

Instructors, Clinical, in the
Missouri Dental College . . 161

Students of the Missouri Den-
tal College 162

Requirements for Admission
to the Mi»sourl Dental Col-
lege 165

Course of Study In tbe Mis-
souri Dental College ... 166

Infirmary of the Missouri Den-
tal College 167

Examinations in the Missouri
Dental College 172

Requirements for the Degree
of Doctor of Den tal M ed Iclne 173

Tuition Fees in the Missouri
Dental College .174

Text- Books In the Missouri
Dental College 174

Prizes In the Missouri Dental
College 175



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WASHINGTON DNITBR8ITT.



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MuLLurPHT Hospital, Staff of
the 137

Moot Court ih thb Law
School 123

Museum of Fine asts ... 97

Obsbrtatobt 64

0*FALL0N DlSPEKSABT, Staff Of

the 136

Offiobbs of Gotbbnmbkt and

INSTRUCTION iD the —

Undergraduate Department . 8

Law Department 103

Medical Department .... 182

Dental Department .... 160

Mary Institate 199

Mannal Training School . . 209 j

Smith Academy 179

OVBBSEERS, BOABD OF —

of the St Loais Medical Col-
lege 131

of the MlsBonri Dental Col-
lege 159

Philosophy, Instractlon in 34

Phtsics, Instraction In . . . 36

Political Economy, Instrnc-
tlon in 34

Prizes —

In the St. Louts School of
Fine Arts 96

In the St. Loals Medical Col-
lege 156

Programme of the St. Louis
School of Fine Arts . . 89

Requirements for admis-
siONtothe —

College 51

School of Engineering .... 66



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REQUIBBMENTS FOB THE DB-
GBBE OF —

Bachelor of Arts 72

Bachelor of Science .... 72

Bachelor of Laws 124

Doctor of Medicine .... 151

Doctor of Dentol Medicine . ITS-

Smith ACADEMY 177

Calendar 178

Offloers of Government and

Instraction 179-

Historical Statement .... 181

Admission 181

Courses of Stndy . . . . 182,187

Tnitlon fees 186

St. Louis Law School . . . lOl
Calendar of the SL Louis Law

School 102

Faculty of the St. Louis Law

School 103

Advisory and Examining

Board of the St. T^uis Law

School 105-

Honors In the Law School . . 108
Students In the St. Louis Law

School 109

History of the St. Louis Law

School 116

Endowment and Edifice . . 117

Admission lis

Course of Study 120

Moot Court 122

Elocution and Debate . . . 12&

Library and Text- Books . . 12S
Graduation from the St. Louis

Law School ....*... 124
Fees and Expenses in the St.

Louis Law School . . . . 12S

Scholarships and Prizes . . 126

St. Louis Medical College . 129>
Calendar of the Medical Col-
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Board of Oyeneers . . . . ISl

Board of Trastees 131

Vaoalty 182

Inatractors 134

Staff of the O'Falion DUpen-

wry 135

Staff of the Bfallanpby Hospi-
tal 187

Stndenta of the Medical Col-
lege 139

AdmiBBion to the Medical Col-
lege 144

-Conrae of Stady in the Medical

College 146

Degree of Doctor of Medi-
cine 151

Toltion Fees 152

Text-Books 153

Scholarships 15S

Prises 156

St. Louis School of Finb

ABT8 83

Calendar of the School of Fine

Arte 84

Board of Control of the School

of Fine Arts 86

Instructors in the School of

Fine Arts 86

Information In regard to the

School of Fine Arts ... 87
Tuition Fees in the School of

FincArta 88

Programme of the School of

Fine Arts 89

Course of Instruction in the

School of Pine Arts ... 90
Lectures in the School of

Fine ArU 93

Collections in the School of

Fine Arts 95

Museum of Fine Arts ... 97
Prizes In the School of Fine I

Arts 06 I



Pagb.
Studento in the School of Fine

ArU 98

SOHOLAR8HIP8, in the —

Undergraduate Department . 70

St. Louis Law School ... 126
Manual Training School . .220

School of ENoiirBBRiNO.The 56
Requirements for Admission. 56
Division of Examinations . . 66
Course of Study in Civil En-
gineering 43

Course of Study In Mechanical

Engineering 48

Course of Study in Electrical

Engineering 61

Course in Chemistry .... 88
The General Course in Science

and Literature ..... 64

Examinations 72

Degrees 73

Advanced Degrees 71

Tuition Fees 75



SCIBNCBAND LlTBRATURB,THB
GBNBRAL CCRRICULUM IM



64



SFECIAL STUDBMTB 63

Studbmts in thb

Undergraduate Department . 25

St. Louis School of Fine Arts 98

St. Louis Law School .... 109

St. Louis Medical College . . 139

Missouri Dental College . . . 162

Studibs, Choice of 65

Stodibb, Prrscribed, of thb

FRB8HMAN YEAR IN THB

Collbob 53

Studies, Prescribed, op thb
Sophomore Year in the
College 54



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



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Studiss, Prescribed, of thk
Junior tear in the Col-
lege



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Studt, Course of, in the —

College

School of EDgineerlDff . . .
St. Louis School of Fine Arts
St. Loais Law School ....
St. Loais Medical College . .
Missouri Dental College . .

Mary Institute 201 |

Smith Academy .... 182, 187
Manual Training School . . . 213 i



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81

90
120 ;
146,
166



Fagb^
Text Books in the ^

Law School 12S

Medical College 153

DenUl College 174

Tuition Fbbs in the —

Undergraduate Department . 75

St. Louis School of Fine Arts 8S

St. Louis Law School .... 125



St. Louis Medical College
Missouri Dental College .
Manual Training School .
Mary Institute ....
Smith Academy ....



152
174
220
206
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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

1897-98.

Entrance Examination to the Undergradaate Department,
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 21-22.

Entrance Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 22.

Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 21-22.

Entrance Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 21-22.

School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 20.

Undergraduate Department opens Thursday, September 23.

Law School opens Thursday, September 23.

Medical College opens Thursday, September 23.

Dental College opens Thursday, September 23.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25.

Vacation, December 24, 1897, to January 2, 1898, inclusive.

First Term ends Saturday, January 29.

Second Term begins Monday, January 31.

Holiday, Washington's Birthday, Tuesday, February 22.

Medical College closes Friday, April 22.

Dental College closes Thursday, April 28.

Commencement, Medical and Dental Colleges, Thursday,
April 28.

University Holiday, Friday, May 13.

Exhibition of Work of School of Fine Arts, June 7-9.

Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,
Monday and Tuesday, June 13-14.

Commencement, Law School and Undergraduate Department,
Thursday evening, June 16.

Vacation, June 17 to September 22.



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189&-99.

Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,
Taesday and Wednesday, September 20-21.

Entrance Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 21.

Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tneeday and
Wednesday, September 20-21.

Entrance Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and
W^ednesday, September 20-21.

School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 19.

I'ndergraduate Department opens Tharsday, September 22.

Law School opens Thnrsday, September 22.

Medical College opens Thursday, September 22.

Dental College opens Tharsday, September 22.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24.

Vacation, December 23, 1898, to January 2, 1899, inclusive.

First Term ends Saturday, January 28.

Second Term begins Monday, January 30.



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CORPORATION.

PRESIDENT :

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS.

vice-president:
HENRY HITCHCOCK.

SECRETARY :

GEORGE M. BARTLETT.

TREASURER :

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN.
Office in University Building, 1704 Washington Avenue.

DIRECTORS :

HENRY HITCHCOCK 64 Vandeventer pi.

JAMES E. YEATMAN 412 Olive st.

CARLOS S. GREELEY 1535 Locust st.

GEORGE E. LEIGHTON 803 Garrison av.

EDWIN HARRISON 3747 Westminster pi.

HENRY W. ELIOT 2636 Locust st.

SAMUEL CUPPLES 3673 West Pineboul.

GEORGE A. MADILL 4140 Lindell boul.

WILLIAM L. HUSE 9 Westmoreland pi.

ROBERT S.BROOKINGS 2329 locust et.

CHARLES NAGEL 2044 Lafayette av.

GEORGE O. CARPENTER, Jr Russell & Compton avs.

ISAAC H. LIONBERGER 3630 Delmar boul.

ALFRED L. SHAPLEIGH 3636 Delmar boul.

ISAAC W. MORTON 49 Vandeventer pi.

ADOLPHUS BUSCH 1 Busch place.



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OFFICE RS



OF



GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.*



Address.

WINFIELD 8. CHAPLIN, LL.D.,
Chancellor 3636 Weat Pine boal.

SYLVESTER WATERHOUSE,, Ph. D.,
LL.D., Collier Professor of Greek 1637 Washington av,

CALVIN M. WOODWARD, A. B.,
Ph. D., Thayer Professor of Mathe-
matics and Applied Mechanics 3013 Hawthorne boal.

GEORGE E. JACKSON, A.M., Professor
of Latin 4400 Morgan st.

MARSHALL S. SNOW, A.M., Professor
of History, and Dean of the College 529 Spring av.

FRANCIS E. NIPHER, A. M., Wayman
Crow Professor of Physics 3021 Dickson st.

HALSEY C. IVES, Director of the
Maseum and School of Fine Arts 3731 Westminster pi.

EDMUND A. ENGLER, A.M , Ph. D.,
Professor of Mathematics and Descrip-
tive Geometry, and Dean of the School
of Engineering 1120 N. Compton av

* Arnniffod with the oxrfptlon of thv C'liancellor in the ordor of
appoint ritent.



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OFFICBB8 OP GOVEBNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.

ADDRS88.



Professor of Mathematics and
Astronomy

JOHN B. JOHNSON, C. E., William
Palm Professor of Oiyil Engineering... 2631 Russell av.

JOHN FISKE, LL.D., Litt. D., Uni-
versity Professor of American History.. Cambridge, Mass.

WILLIAM TRELEASE, S. D., Engel-
mann Profeesor of Botany Mo. Botanical Garden.

AMOS M. THAYER, LL.D., Professor
of the Law of Contracts and Com-
mercial Law 3638 West Pine boul.

JOHN B. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor
of the Principles of Medicine 4244 Washington boul.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles and Prac-
tice of Sorgery and Clinical Surgery 3626 Lucas av.

GUSTAV BAUMGARTEN, M. D., Pro-
fessor of the Practice of Medicine 2643 Chestnut St.

HENRY H. MUDD, M. D., Dean of the
Medical and Dental Colleges, and
Professor of Clinical Surgery 3720 Washington boul.

WASHINGTON E. FISCHEL, xM. D.,
Professor of Clinical Medicine 2647 Washington av.

ROBERT LUEDEKING, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Diseases of Children 1837 Lafayette av.

JOHN GREEN, M. D., Professor of
Ophthalmology 2670 Washington av.

JAMES M. SCOTT, M. D., Professor of
Obstetrics 3813 Morgan st.

JOHN P. BRYSON, M. D., Professor of
Gen i to-Urinary Surgery 3833 Weet Pine boul.

FRANK R. FRY, M. D., Professor of
Diseases of the Nervous System 3138 Pine st.



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HENRY 8CHWARZ, M. D., Profeeeor
of Gynaecology 1723 Choateaa av.

FRANK A. GLASGOW, M. D., Pro-
fesBorof Clinical Gynaecology 4066 Westminster pi.

HARVEY G. MUDD, M. D., Professor
of Fractures and Dislocations and
Regional Anatomy 41 44 Washington boal.

P^UL Y. TUPPER, M. D., Professor of
Descriptive Anatomy 4236 Delmar boal.

EDGAR M. SEN8ENEY, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Therapeutics 2829 Washington av.

ALBERT H. FULLER, M. D., D. D.S.,
Secretary of the Dental Faculty, and
Professor of Operative Dentistry C)olumbia Building

CHARLES R. SANGER, A. M., Ph. D.,
Eliot Professor of Chemistry 3040 Washington ay.

JAMES MAIN DIXON, M.A., F.R.S.E.,
Professor of the English Language
and Literature 5886 Von Versen av.

OTTO HELLER, Professor of the Ger-
man Language and Literature 2847 Morgan st.

JOHN HENRY KINEALY, D. E., Pro-
fessor of Mechanical Engineering 5030 Morgan st.

WILLIAM S. CURTIS, A. B., LL.B.,
Dean of the Law School 1421 Missouri av.

NORMAN B. CARSON, M. D., Profes-
sor of Clinical Surgery 4377 Westminster pi.

RODERICK E. ROMBAUER, Professor
of Equity and Real Property Law 3016 Geyer av.

JOSEPH GRINDON, M. D., Professor
of Dermatology 509 Theresa av.

JOHN B. SHAPLEIGH, M. D., Secre-
tary of the Medical Faculty and Pro-
fessor of Otology 3840 Delmar av.

ORION W. BEDELL, M. D., D. M. D.,
Professor of Mechanical Dentistry 1909 Lafayette av.



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0FFICBB8 OF OOYBRNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 9

ADDRESS.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M. D., Profee-
torof Physiology and Histology 38lOWa8hing:tonboal.

AMAND N. RAVOLD, M. D., Professor
of Bacteriology and Hygiene 2806 Morgan st.

GU8TAV HAMBACH, M. D., Adjunct-
Professor of Geology 1319 Lami st.

HENRY AUGUST HUNICKE, E. M.,
Adjanct-Professor of Applied Chem-
istry 2356 Albion pi.

ROBERT R. VAUGHAN, D. D. S., As-
sistant-Professor of Mechanical Den-
tistry and Saperintendent of the In-
firmary 3109 Olive St.

AUGUST H. MUEGGE, Instructor in
Gymnastics 2712 Franklin a v.

ROBERT BRINGHUR8T, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 1820 Locust st.

HOLMES SMITH, Instructor in Draw-
ing .*. 2660 Washington av.

CHARLES NAGEL, LL.B., Lecturer on

, Corporations 2044 Lafayette av.

EDWARD C. ELIOT, A. M., LL.B.,
Lecturer on Sales and Bailments 6468 Maple av.

PENDLETON TAYLOR BRYAN,LL.B.,
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and
Negligence 2824 Locust st.

EDWARD M. CAMPBELL, Instructor
in the School of Fine Arts Studio Building.

EL8W0RTH SMITH, JR., M. D., In-
structor in Physical Diagnosis 3638 Pine st.

LEWIS L. McCABE, M. D., Instructor
in Clinical Medicine 1919 N. Grand av.

JULES F. VALLE, M. D., Instructor in
Obstetrics 3301 Washington av.



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ADDBK88.

GREENFIELD SLUDER, M. D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the Nose,
Throat and Chest 2647 Washington av.

CHARLES F. VON SALTZA, Instructor
in the School of Fine Arts 810 N. Ewing av.

CHARLES P. JOHNSON, A.M.,LL.B.,
Lecturer on Criminal Law 4300 Washington av.

FREDERICK N. JUDSON, A. M., LL.B.,
Lecturer on Constitutional Law 3733 Washington boul.

ISAAC H. LIONBERGER, A. M., Lec-
turer on Statutes of Limitations and
Statutes of Fraud 3630 Del mar boul.

LEE SALE, LL.B., Lecturer on Part-
nership 2734 Lucas av.

HENRY RAND HATFIELD, Ph.D., In-
structor in Economics 2636 Locust st.

CARL KINSLEY, A.M., M.E., Instruct-
or in Physics Wash. University.

EDMUND H. WUERPEL, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 3418 Lucas av.

EDWIN C. BURNETT, M. D., Lecturer fS. E. cor. Jefferson
on Syphilis I av. and Olive st.

VILRAY P. BLAIR, M. D., Demonstra-
tor of Practical Anatomy 319 N. Grand av.

C. ORRICK BISHOP, Lecturer on
Criminal Law Jennings, Mo.

FREDERICK A. WISLIZENUS, A. B.,
LL.B., Lecturer on the Law of Ad-
ministration 1817 Longfellow boul.

PAUL F. COSTE, A. B., LL.B., Lec-
turer on Agency 44 Nicholson pi.

JACOB KLP:IN, LL.B., Lecturer on Ex-
traordinary Legal Remedies 1742 Missouri av.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 11

Address.

JAMES O. BROADHEAD, LL.D.. Lec-
tarer on International Law 8333 Lafayette av.

CHARLES CLAFLIN ALLEN, LL.B.,
Lecturer on Medical Jarisprudence 3727 Westminster pi.

CHARLES P. DAVIS, Instractor in the
School of Fine Arts 3418 Lacas av.

WILLIAM H. RUSH, S. B., A. M., In-
structor in Botany 2106 Waverly pi.

JOHN G. HARPER, D. D. S., Demon-
strator of Mechanical Dentistry 2815 Thomas et.

HORACE W. SOPER, M. D., Demon-
strator of Anatomy 912 N. 19th st.

HERMAN L. NIETERT, M.D., Demon-
strator of Anatomy 320 Cedar st.

WILLIAM JAMES LARK, D. M. D.,
Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry... 2709 Washington av.

EDWARD S. ROBERT, LL.B., Lec-
turer on Evidence 2922 Washington av.

W. H. PALMER, Instructor in the
School of Fine Arts Edison Electric Co.

WILLIAM PELL PULIS, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 3125A Newstead av.

ARTHUR E. EWING, M. D., Lecturer
on Diseases of the Eye 3333 Washington av.

ALBERT E. TAUSSIG, M. D., Lec-
turer on Clinical Medicine 2647 Washington av.

THEODORE KODIS, M. D., Lecturer
and Demonstrator in Pathology, and

Curator of the Museum 3126 Morgan st.

HENRY C. HARTMANN, M. D., Lec-
turer on Orthop(i»dic Surgery 1301 St. Ange av.



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12 WASHINGTON UNIVBBSITY.

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JOSEPH MASERANG, Jb., Ph. G.,
Instructor in Materia Medica and
Pharmacy 3838 Easton av.

LEWIS O. ATHERTON, B. 8., Assist-
ant in Chemistry in the Medical
School 3033 Pine st.

GASTON DOUAY, Instructor in French.. 3436 Morgan st.

HERMAN VON SCHRENK, A. M., In-
structor in Botany 48 Nicholson pi.



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GENERAL STATEMENT.



Washington University, founded in the city of St.
Louis, under an Act of Incorporation by the State of
Missouri, approved February 22, 1853, is intended to
embrace the whole range of University studies except
Theologj-, and to afford opportunity of complete prepa-
ration for every sphere of practical and scientific life.

By the eighth article of the Constitution, **no
instruction, either sectarian or religious, or partisan
in politics, shall be allowed in any department of the
University ; and no sectarian or partisan test shall be
used in the election of professors, teachers, or other
officers of the University for any purpose whatsoever.
This article shall be understood as the fundamental
condition on which all endowments, of whatsoever
kind, are received.'' The Constitution also declares
the article now quoted **not subject to alteration at
any time;'' but to guard against all encroachments in
this important particular, the Directors have obtained
from the General Assembly an amendment to the
Charter, by which said article is incorporated in the
same, and thereby placed beyond the power of any
future Board of Directors. The Act of Amendment,
approved February 12, 1857, declares: —

**Sec. 2. No instruction, either sectarian in religion,
or partisan in politics, shall be allowed in any depart-
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test shall be allowed in the election of professors,
teachers, or other officers of said University; or in the
admission of scholars thereto, or for any purpose what- •
ever.

**Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Board of Direc-
tors of the said University, upon being informed of
any violation of the second section of this Act, forth-
with to institute an inquiry into the charge or charges
that may be preferred, in respect thereof, by any
credible person, in writing, against any officer of said
University, and if it shall appear that any officer of
said University has violated the second section of this
Act, the Board of Directors shall forthwitli remove
any such person so offending from any office which he
may then fill in any Department of said University;
and such person so removed shall be forever thereafter
ineligible to any office in said University.

**Sec. 4. In ease the Board of Directors, upon
being notified in writing, by any credible person, of a
violation of the second section of this Act, shall refuse
or neglect to investigate the charges thereupon pre-
ferred against any officer of said University, it shall



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