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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-210

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210 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT any subsequent Examination in Latin except in the Pharmacopoeia Londinensis and Prescriptions The subjects of Examination will be announced in the Medical Journals three months before each Examination Candidates for this Examination will be required to enter their names in book kept at the Beadle's Office not less than Fortnight before the day of Examination This Examina- tion will be compulsory on those Gentlemen who commence their Apprenticeship on or after the 1st of August 1858 Gentlemen failing to pass this Examination will not be re-admitted under period of Four Months Examination Every person intending to offer himself for Examination must give notice in writing to the Clerk of the Society on or before the Monday previously to the day of Examination and must at the same time deposit all the required testi monials at the office of the Beadle where attendance is given every day except Sunday from ten until four o'clock On and after August 1st 1858 the Examination of the Candidate for Certificate of Qualification to practise as an Apothecary will be divided into two parts First Examination which may be passed after the Second Winter Session provided the Candidate has completed his 19th year will embrace the following subjects Latin including the Pharmacopceia and Physicians' Prescriptions Anatomy Physiology General and Practical Chemistry Botany Materia Medica Second Examination after the Third Winter Session the five years pnpilage being completed Practice of Medicine and Pathology Midwifery including the diseases of women and children Forensic Medicine and Toxicology The Examination of the Candidate for Certificate of Qualification to act as Assistant to an Apothecary in compounding and dispensing medicines will be as follows In translating Physicians' Prescriptions and the Pharmacopoeia Londinenais In Pharmacy and Materia Medica By the 22d section of the Act of Parliament no rejected candidate for certificate to practise as an Apothecary can be re-examined until the expiration of six months from his former examination and no rejected candidate as an Assistant until the expiration of three months The following sums are paid for certificates -For London and within ten miles thereof ten guineas For all other parts of England and Wales six guineas Persons having paid the latter sum become entitled to practise in London and within ten miles thereof by paying four guineas in addition For an Assistant's certificate two guineas June 1858 VI REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY AND ORDNANCE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Candidate for an Assistant-Surgeoncy in the Army is required to fill up blank form of certificate which may be obtained at the ofljce by written
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