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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 16ό Medicine in this University or degree in Medicine or in Surgery at some recog- frisefl University if not in the University of London they must also produce Certificate of having completed their twenty-third year Of having sub- fluently attended to Clinical or Practical Medicine during two years in rec'dgitised Medical Institution or to Clinical or Practical Medicine during one year in recognised Medical Institution and of having practised his pro- fassion during three years or if he has taken the Degree of in this University of having been engaged during five years in the practice of his pro- saion One year of attendance on Clinical or Practical Medicine or two years of Practice dispensed with in the case of those who at the second Examination have been placed in the First Division Of Moral Character signed by two persons of respectability Candidates shall be examined in the following subjects -Elements of Intel- lectual Philosophy Logic and Moral Philosophy Medicine and shall write Commentary on some case in Medicine Surgery or Midwifery at their own option Amount of fee 10 The most distinguished Candidate receives gold medal of 20 value medal of the value of 10 is given to the author of the best Commentary on the case in Surgery the case in Medicine the case in Midwifery and to the writer of the best Thesis on subject of his own choice For the regulations relating to Students who commenced their Medical Studies in or before January 1839 and to Practitioners in Medicine or Surgery desirous of obtaining degrees in Medicine see the London University Calendar Section XXIII royal college of physicians Every Candidate for Diploma in Medicine upon presenting himself for examination shall produce satisfactory evidence of unimpeached moral cha- racier of having completed the twenty-sixth year of his age of having devoted himself for five years at least to the study of Medicine The course of study thus ordered by the College comprises Anatomy and Physiology the Theory and Practice of Physic Forensic Medicine Chemistry Materia Medica and Botany and the principles of Midwifery and Surgery Each Candidate shall have diligently attended for three entire years the Pliy- sicians5 practice of some Hospital containing at least one hundred beds and Having regular establishment of Physicians as well as Surgeons Candidates who have been educated abroad will be required to show that in addition to the full course of study already specified they have diligently
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