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40 ANNUAL REPORT 1854 Students educated in the Medical Department of the College have obtained distinction at Examinations held elsewhere At the second Μ Examination William Edward Marfan obtained Scholarship and Gold Medal in Surgery and took Honours both in Medicine and Midwifery At the Matricula- tion Examination Mr George William Lawrence Mr Frederick Hewlett and Mr James Reeves Traer took Honours in Chemistry Mr Frederick Porter Smith and Mr Π Crossley have also supported the reputation of the Class of Botany by obtaining respectively the First and Third Botanical Prize at the Apothecaries' Hall During the past year Dr Walter Battershell Gill former Student and an Associate of the College has founded with the cordial consent of the Council an Annual Prize to be awarded to the most distinguished of the unsuccessful com- petitors for the Junior Medical Scholarships Certain changes have been made in the Medical staff since the last Report Dr Lionel Beale has been elected to the Chair of Physiology in the place of Dr Todd whose re- signation was announced in the last Report and has been associated λλitli Professor William Bowman in the delivery of the lectures on that subject Mr Thomas Frederick Hard- Mich the Demonstrator of Chemistry and Curator of the Chemical Laboratory having resigned these appointments in consequence of ill health Mr Charles Loudon Bloxam has been chosen to succeed him The office of Medical Tutor rendered vacant by the resignation of Dr Brinton on his appointment to the Chair of Forensic Medicine at St Thomas's Hospital has been conferred on Mr John Whitaker Η11 Ike The Council have had great pleasure in marking their high sense of Dr Brinton's distinguished College career by creating him an Honorary Fellow of King's College Some additions have also been made to the arrangements for affording instruction in subjects prescribed by the Arm ν Medical Board Hitherto the Students of the College were unable to obtain the required certificates of attendance on that branch of study within the walls of the College To supply this defect an arrangement by which Dr Guy the
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