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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-261

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 261 Examination at the University of London or the Middle Class Ex animation of Oxford or Cambridge will suffice Of having served an Apprenticeship of not less than five years to Practitioner qualified bv the Act of 1815 No gentleman practising as an Apothecary In England or Wales can give his apprentice legal title to examination uafetl he is himself legally qualified to practise as an Apothecary either by having been in practice prior to or on the 1st of August 1815 or by having received certificate of his qualifi- cation from the Court of Examiners An apprenticeship for not less than five years to Surgeons practising as Apothecaries in Ireland and Scotland gives to the apprentice title to be admitted to examination Of having attained the full age of twenty-one years As evidence of age copy of the baptismal register will be required in every case where it can possibly be procured Of good moral conduct testimonial of moral character from the gentleman to whom the Candidate has been an apprentice will always be more satisfactory than from any other person Of having pursued Course of Medical Study in conformity with the Regulations of the Court Every Candidate whose attendance on Lectures shall commence on or after the 1st of October 1858 must attend the following Lectures and Medical Prac- tice during not less than three Winter and two Summer Sessions each Winter Session to consist of not less than six months and to commence not sooner than the 1st nor later than the I5th of October and each Summer Session to extend from the 1st of May to the 31st of July FIRST YEAR Winter Session -Chemistry Anatomy Dissections Summer Session Materia Medica and Therapeutics Botany Practical Chemistry SECOND TEAK Winter Session -Anatomy Physiology Dissections Principles and Practice of Medicine Clinical Medical Practice Summer Session -Clinical Medical Practice Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children with attendance on cases not less than 20 Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Lectures on Morbid Anatomy By Practical Chemistry is meant specific Course of Instruction in the Laboratory with an opportunity of Personal Manipulation in the ordinary Pro- cesses of Chemistry and of acquiring knowledge of the various Re-agents for Poisons Medical Practice must be attended during the full term of Eighteen Months Twelve Months at an Hospital connected with recognised Medical School and Six Months either at recognised Hospital or Dispensary if more convenient Certificate of such attendance will be received from legally qualified Practitioner
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