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294 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT IV 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 01 Professional Studies which is defined by the Medical Council "to be the time of com- mencing studies at Medical School" Of having attained the full age of twenty-one years of which satis- factory evidence will be required Of good moral conduct Of having pursued Course of Medical Study in conformity with the Regulations of the Court Every Candidate whose attendance on Lectures shall commence on or after the Ist of October 1863 must attend the following Lectures and Medical Prac- tice each Winter Session to consist of not less than six months and to com- raence not sooner than the 1st nor later than the 15th of October and each Summer Session to extend from the st of May to the 31st of July EIRST YEAR Winter Session -Chemistry Anatomy and Physiology Dissections Summer Session Materia Medica and Therapeutics Botany Practical Chemistry SECOND TEAR Winter Session -Anatomy Physiology Dissections Principles and Practice of Medicine Clinical Medical Practice Summer Session Clinical Medical Practice Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children and Vaccination Forensic Medicine and Toxicology THIRD TEAR Winter Session -Clinical Medical Lectures Clinical Medical Practice Principles and Practice of Medicine Morbid Anatomy Summer Session Practical Midwifery and Vaccination Morbid Anatomy Clinical Medical Practice By Practical Chemistry is meant specific Course of Instruction in the Laboratory with an opportunity of Personal Manipulation in the ordinary Pro- cesses of Chemistry and of acquiring knowledge of the various Re-agents for Poisons In compliance with request from the General Medical Council of Education the Court of Examiners of the Society op Apothecaries of London require
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