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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-269

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 267 the Professor of Pathology and the Pathological Registrar in the Post-mortem Theatre of the Hospital Vaccination -Arrangements have been made by which Students may have Practical Instruction and Certificates in Vaccination by the payment of small fee Practical Pharmacy This subject is taught in the Hospital by the Head Dispenser Fee 3Z 3s Medical Chemistry and the Microscope -Special Instruction is given in these subjects in the Wards of the Hospital and in the Theatre by the Physicians Resident Medical Officers Clinical Clerks and Dressers -The Physician5s-Assistant Two House Surgeons and Physician- Accoucheur's Assistant the Assistant Officers Clinical Clerks and Dressers are all chosen by examination and without any extra fees from those Matriculated Students who are pupils of the Hospital Students are thus constantly engaged in the ractical work of the Hospital Those gentlemen who are elected to the Eesident appoint nients at the Hospital have Rooms and Commons free Registrars -A permanent record of every case received into the Wards of King's College Hospital is kept by the Sam- brooke Medical and Surgical Registrars XVIL THE ASSOCIATESHIP At the end of each Winter Session the Medical Board lay before the Council the names of those Medical Students whom they recommend to be elected Associates of King's College London being qualified by sreneral good conduct regular attendance upon Lectures satisfactory work in Examinations including Divinity except in the case of Foreigners who may apply to the Principal lor exemption and Hospital Practice
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