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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-264

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264 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT show that the Candidate is not above twenty-six nor under twenty-one years of at He must also produce certificates of moral conduct and character one of them from the parochial minister if possible The Candidate must make declaration that he labours under no mental or constitutional disease nor any imperfection or disability that can interfere with the most efficient discharge of the duties of medical officer in any climate He must also attest his readiness to engage for general service immediately on being gazetted The Candidate must possess diploma in Surgery or license to practise it from the Royal College of Surgeons of England Scotland or Ireland or from the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow or from some other cor- porate body legally entitled to grant diploma in Surgery or license to practise it He must besides and in addition to such diploma or license possess Degree in Medicine or other legal qualification to practise medicine in Great Britain or Ireland Degrees diplomas licenses and certificates of age and character must be lodged at the Army Medical Department for examination and registry at least one week before the Candidate appears for examination On producing the foregoing qualifications the Candidate will be examined by the Examining Board on the following subjects Anatomy and Physiology Surgery Medicine including therapeutics the diseases of women and children Chemistry and pharmacy The examination in Medicine and Surgery will be in part practical and will include operations on the dead body the application of Surgical apparatus and the examination of Medical and Surgical patients at the bedside Comparative anatomy zoology and botany with especial reference to Materia Medica The subjects for this part of the examination will be taken from the following books Animal Kingdom by Dallas Outlines of the Structure and Functions of the Animal Kingdom by Rymer Jones or Cours ElSmentaire d'Histoire Naturelle par Milne Edwards Lindley's School Botany Lindley's Medical and Economic Botany Henfrey Elementary Course of Botany Candidates who may desire it may be examined in the Elements of Physic and in Physical Geography The following books are recommended for this purpose Elements of Natural Philosophy by Golding Bird and Brooke Physical Geography by Mrs Somerville The names of Candidates who pass the Preliminary Examination of the Examining Board will sent to the Director-General and communicated to the Professors of the Army Medical School The names will be arranged in the following Classes
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