"Graduate of the department of the University of Louisiana were required to obtain a license from the supreme court before they were entitled to practice as attorneys at law in any court of the state. R.S. 1870 &112 did not make their diploma the equivalent of a license, and they were liable under sec. 756 to the clerk of the supreme court for his fee of $10, for a certificate of admission. An order of the supreme court, however, admitting one to practice in all the courts of the state, was equivalent to the required license. In re Villere, 1881, 33 La.