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290 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 16 Of having been dresser at recognised Hospital or of having sub- sequently to the completion of one year's professional education taken charge of Patients under the superintendence of Surgeon during not less than Six months at Hospital General Dispensary or Parochial or Union Infirmary recognised for this purpose or in such other similar manner as in the opinion of the Council shall afford sufficient opportunity for the acquirement of Practical Surgery 17 Of having attended during the whole period of attendance on Surgical Hospital Practice see Clause 13 demonstrations in the Post-Mortem Rooms of recognised Hospital 18 Of having attended at recognised Hospital or Hospitals the Practice of Medicine and Clinical Lectures on Medicine during one Winter and one Summer Session Notice -Clauses 11 14 and 17 and Notes together with the Courses of Lectures on Forensic Medicine and Pathological Anatomy men- tioned in Clause are applicable to candidates who commenced their profes- sional education on and after the 1st of October 1870 Blank Forms of the required Certificates may be obtained on application to the Secretary and all necessary Certificates will be retained at the College IV Certificates will not be received on more than one branch of science from one and the same Lecturer but Anatomy and Dissections will be considered as one branch of science Certificates will not be recognised from any Hospital in the United King- dom unless the Surgeons thereto be members of one of the legally constituted Colleges of Surgeons in the United Kingdom nor from any School of Anatomy and Physiology or Midwifery unless the teachers in such School be members of some legally constituted College of Physicians or Surgeons in the United Kingdom nor from any School of Surgery unless the Teachers in such School be members of one of the legally constituted Colleges of Surgeons in the United Kingdom VI No Metropolitan Hospital will be recognised by this College which con- tains less than 150 and no Provincial or Colonial Hospital which contains less than 100 Patients VII The recognition of Colonial Hospitals and Schools is governed by the same Regulations with respect to number of Patients to Courses nf Lectures as apply to the recognition of Provincial Hospitals and Schools in England VIII Certificates of Attendance upon the practice of recognised Provincial or Colonial Hospital unconnected with or not in convenient proximity to recognised Medical School will not be received for more than one winter and one summer session of the Hospital Attendance required by the Regulations of this College and in such cases Clinical Lectures will not be necessary but Cer- lificate of having acted at Dresser for the period of at least six months mil be required IX Certificates will not be received from Candidates who have studied in London unless they shall have registered at the College their cards of admission
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