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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-239

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 235 XV Sbambroofee ptrtftcal πηϊι Surgical $UgtstrarsStps These Registrarships mere founded May 1867 by Thomas Godirii Sambrooke Esq of 32 Eaton Place In the hope of benefiting and with tbe desire of in- creasing the usefulness of that most admirable institution King's College London with the Hospital in intimate con- nexion therewith in the which have always taken and continue to feel so deep an interest as well as with view to the advancement and adding to the general usefulness of Medical Science Regulations Two Registrarships are established for Medical and Surgical cases II The Registrars must not hold any other appointment or occupy themselves in any public duty in or out of the College or Hospital except with the consent of the Council III £50 year if the amount of interest be sufficient or if less than this sum be received by the College then half the sum received will be paid to each Registrar IV Each appointment is to be made for period of one year the holder to be eligible for re-election to the same appointment for another year No one is to be appointed Registrar under the age of twenty-one years or above the age of twenty-eight VI Every Candidate must have held For the office of Medical Registrar one of the following appointments viz Physician's Assistant or Assistant House- Physician or Physician-Accoucheur's Assistant For the office of Surgical Registrar one of the following appointments viz House Surgeon or Assistant House-Sur- geon And must produce certificates from the Committee of the Hospital of good conduct and from the Dean ot the
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