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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-205

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206 faculty of engineering ADDITIONAL LECTURES The Structure and Organisation of Industry The economic and the technical approach Organisation under free enterprise Determinants of the scope nature and magnitude of business operations Influences making for integration and disintegration in industry Capital investment depreciation and obsolescence Financial organisation The function of risk-bearing The sources and channels of supply of capital Money and security markets The joint-stock company form of organisation Market machinery Organised produce and wholesale exchanges Selling policies Trade marks copyrights and patents Special forms of organisation Trade associations trusts cartels Alternative forms of organisation Public utilities production and marketing schemes planning Legal Studies The nature and divisions of Law the courts and the legal profession civil and criminal procedure sources of English Law Criminal Law development and general principles of law and punishment Evidence the nature of evidence principles of relevance and ad- missibility the functions of judge and jury Contract general principles relating to formation effect and dis- charge remedies for breach of contract Contracts for Sale of Goods and hire purchase Tort general principles of liability illustrated by reference to some specific torts THEOLOGY Head of the Department The Reverend Canon Sydney Hall Evans Dean of King's College Under the terms of the King's College London Transfer Act 1908 the Council is required to provide weekly lecture in Theology The time-tables are so arranged as to allow any student who wishes it to attend these lectures but no one may be compelled to do so To meet this requirement the lectures are delivered on Mondays at 10 The lectures are designed for students desiring the Associateship of King's College and are provided without extra fee For the regulations governing the award of the Associateship to non- theological students see 44
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