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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-249

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 249 The subjects for this part of the Examination will be taken from the following books "Animal Kingdom by Dallas 11 Outlines of the Structure and Functions of the Animal Kingdom by Rymer Jones or Cours El mentaire d'Histoire Naturelle par Milne Edwards Lindley's School Botany Lindley's Medical and Economic Botany Henfrey's Elementary Course of Botany Candidates who may desire it may also be examined in the Elements of Physics and in Physical Geography The following books are recommended for this purpose "Elements of Natural Philosophy by Golding Bird and Brooks Physical Geography by Mrs Somerville The Examiners in London shall prepare list in order of merit with the marks affixed in the different subjects to be transmitted to the Director-General and communicated to the Professors of the Army Medical School If any Can- didate is found to be deficient in any particular subject this shall be stated in order that he may receive special instruction on the point at Netley After passing his preliminary examination every Candidate will be re- quired to attend one entire Counee of Practical Instruction at the Army Medical School before being admitted to his examination for Commission on Hygiene Clinical and Military Medicine Clinical and Military Surgery Pathology of Diseases and Injuries incident to Military Service These courses to be of not less than four months' duration At their conclusion the Candidate will be required to pass an examination on the subjects taught in the School The examination will be conducted by the Professors of the School The Dirsctor-General or any Medical Officer deputed by him may be present and take part in the examination If the Candidate give satisfactory evidence of being qualified for the practical duties of an Army Medical Officer he will be eligible for Commission as Assistant-Surgeon During the period of his residence at the Army Medical School each Can- didate will receive an allowance of 5s per diem with quarters or 7s per diem without quarters to cover all costs of maintenance and he will be required to provide himself with uniform viz the Regulation undress uniform of an Assistant-Surgeon but without the sword 10 All Candidates will be required to conform to such rules of discipline as the Senate may from time to time enact Office-War Office Whitehall Yard May 19 1865
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