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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-245

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 245 Τ Of having attended at recognised Hospital or Hospitals in the United Kingdom the Practice of Surgery and Clinical Lectures on Surgery during two Winter Sessions Of having attended at recognised School two Courses of Lecture upon each of the following subjects viz -Dental Anatomy and Physiology Human and Comparative Dental Surgery Dental Mechanics and one Course of Lectures on Metallurgy by Lecturer recognised by this College Of having been engaged during period of not less than three years in acquiring practical familiarity with the details of Mechanical Dentistry under the instruction of competent Practitioner 10 Of having attended at recognised Dental Hospital or in the Dental department of recognised general Hospital the Practice of Dental Surgery during two Winter and two Summer Sessions The Studente of the London Schools are required to register the above Certificates at this College and special Returns will be required from the Pro- vincial Schools recognised by the Council of this College SOCIETY ΟΪ APOTHECARIES Every Candidate for Certificate of Qualification to practise as an Apothecary will be required to produce Testimonials- Of having passed preliminary examination In Arts as test of general education Certificates in Arts granted by any of the bodies recognised by the Medical Council will be accepted This examina- tion must be passed before the commencement of Professional Studies which is defined by the Medical Council "to be the time of com- mencing studies at Medical School Of having served an Apprenticeship of not less than five years to Practitioner qualified by the Act of 1815 This period may include the time spent in attending Lectures and Hospital Practice No gentle- man practising as an Apothecary in England or Wales can give his apprentice legal title to examination unless he is himself legally qualified to practise as an Apothecary either by having been in prac- tice prior to or on the 1st of August 1815 or by having received certificate of his qualification from the Court of Examiners An ap prenticeship 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
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