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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-204

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204 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Sect XII The Senates Academicus on the day here appointed shall assemble at Ten o'clock for the purpose of conferring ihe Degree and no Candidate unless sufficient reason be assigned shall absent himself on pain nf being refused his Degree for that year Sect XIII Candidates for Graduation shall be required to produce evidence of their having conformed to those Regulations which were in force at the time they commenced their Medical Studies in University Candidates who commenced their studies before 1825 will be exempted from the fourth year of attendance Sect from the additional Hospital attendance Sect II Art from the necessity of year's study in Edinburgh Sect III and from any attendance on Clinical Surgery Practical Anatomy Medical Jurisprudence Pathology and Natural History Surgery distinct from Anatomy Militart Surgery Those who commenced between 1825 and 1831 will be exempted from attend- ance on General Pathology and also on Surgery distinct from Anatomy Those who commenced between 1825 and 1833 will he required to attend only two of the following classes viz Clinical Surgery Military Surgery Medical Jurisprudence Practical Anatomy Natural History And those who commenced before 1833 will be exempted from the attendance specified in Sect II Arts and III royal college of physicians Every Candidate for Diploma in Medicine upon presenting himself for examination shall produce satisfactory evidence of unimpeached moral cha- racter 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 Physicians' 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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