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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-209

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REGULATIONS RESPECTING STUDENTS Each Student before Matriculation must produce test monial of good moral character and when admitted by the Principal must subscribe his name to Declaration that he will conform to all such Rules and Regulations as may from time to time be made for the good government of the College under the sanction and authority of the Council No one can be admitted into this Faculty under the age of sixteen except by the special permission of the Principal The Students of each Class are examined at regular intervals throughout the Session there are also Scholarship and Prize Examinations at the close of each Session Students who come to King's College from other Medical Schools and Matriculate will rank in the College and Hospital according to their year of study in accordance with the regulations of the Examining Bodies Provided they take the whole of the remainder of their education at the College pay the full amount of fees required for per- petual admission to the Hospital attend Lectures at the College on all the subjects in which they will be examined otherwise conform to the regulations laid down in each case respectively-they will be eligible to compete for the Junior Second Year and Senior Scholarships for the Warne- ford Leathes Jelf Todd and Tanner Prizes and for allHos- pital appointments Those of them who have already held Out-patients' appointments as Clinical Clerks and Dressers for periods of six months at recognised Hospital or Medical School certificates of which must be produced will not be required to serve similar offices at King's College Hospital but will be allowed to compete at once for In-patient Clerkships and Dresserships Every Student must at the beginning of each Session make application to the Dean for written order for admission to such College Lectures as he requires and to Hospital Practice This order will be exchanged in the Secretary's office for card of admission which must afterwards be signed by the Dean
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