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483 dates are required to perform surgical operations on the dead subject. Fee for the Liceat ad Evaminandum, ae5; for the degree of Bachelor in Surgery, .E6. 111aster in 8urgery,u-A Master in Surgery must be a Bachelor in Surgery of three years’ standing, or have been qualified to take the degree of Bachelor in Surgery for three i years; and must read a thesis publicly before the Regius I ;Professor of Surgery, or undergo an examination before the Regius Professor, according to regulations to be approved by the Provost and Senior Fellows. Fee for the degree of plaster in Surgery, 11. ’nÙ’ersity Licences.-Candidates for the licences in Medi- cine or Surgery must be matriculated in Medicine, and must have completed two years in Arts and four years in medical studies. Licentiate in Medicine.-The medical course and examina- tion necessary for the licence in Medicine are the same as for the degree of M.B. Fee for the Liceat ad Examinandum, ’5; for the licence in Medicine, .E5. Licentiate in Surgery.-The surgical course and examina- tion necessary for the licence in Surgery are the same as for the degree of Bachelor in Surgery. Fee for the Liceat ad Examinandum, ae5; for the licence in Surgery, £5. Qualification in State Medicine.-Doctors in Medicine or graduates in Medicine and Surgery of Dublin, Oxford, or Cambridge who wish to obtain from the University a certi- ficate of qualification in State Medicine can do so on passing an examination in a limited course of the following subjects: 1. Law, comprehending sanitary legislation and the laws Yelating to the conduct and duties of medical men. 2. Engi- eneering in its sanitary aspects. 3. Pathology, including the laws of epidemics, vaccination, insanity, &c. 4. Vital and sanitary statistics. 5. Chemistry in relation to air, water, gaseous poisons, deodorisation, and disinfection. 6. Meteoro- logy. 7. Medical jurisprudence. 8. Hygiene. The total cost of the education and first degrees in Medi- cine and Surgery is as follows, in addition to the fees for education in Arts and B.A. degree (.E83 4s.): Medical and .Surgical Lectures, X63 15s. 6d.; Hospitals, X44 2s. ; Medical and Surgical Examinations and Degrees, £31. ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND. The following degrees are conferred by the University in this Faculty: Bachelor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, Master of Surgery, Master of Obstetrics; in Sanitary Science, a special diploma. All the medical examinations are held twice yearly-viz., towards the end of April and in October. The course for degrees in Medicine, &c., is one of at least four years’ duration. Students who have commenced their medical studies since January 1st, 1884, must also produce a certificate of having been registered as students in Medicine by the Medical Council for a period of at least forty-live months. No one can be admitted to any degree in Medicine who is not fully twenty-one years of age. All candidates for these degrees are, in addition to attending the lectures and complying with the other conditions to be from time to time prescribed, required to pass the following examinations : the Matriculation Examination, the First University Examination, the First Examination in Medicine, the Second Examination in Medicine, and the Degree Ex- -amination. The -First Eramination in Medicine.-Students are ad- mitted to this examination after the lapse of one academi- cal year from the time of their matriculation. The subjects of this examination are-Zoology, Botany, and a modern language (either French or German). Candidates who have passed in a modern language at the First University Exami- nation in Arts are exempt from again presenting this subject at the First Examination in Medicine, except as a qualifica- tion for admission to compete for Honours, the answering of the candidates in the three subjects above mentioned being .taken into account in awarding Honours. The Second Examination in Medicine.-Students are admitted to this examination after the lapse of one academi- cal year from the time of passing the First Examination in Medicine, provided they have completed the First Period of ’the Course of Medical Studies. The subjects of this exami- nation are-Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica (Pharma- col gy), Chemistry. The Examination for the Degree of M.B.—Students are admitted to this examination after the lapse of one aca- 14 Masters in Surgery must be of the standing of Masters of Arts. demical year from the time of passing the Second Examina- tion in Medicine, provided they have completed the Second Period of the Course of Medical Studies. The subjects of this examination are-Anatomy, including Practical Anatomy; Physiology, including Practical Physiology and Histology; Surgery, Midwifery, and Diseases of Women and Children ; Vaccination; Theory and Practice of Medicine, Medical Jurisprudence ; Mental Diseases. M.D. Degree.-Candidates may be admitted to this degree after the lapse of two academical years from the time of obtaining the degree of M.B. Provided, however, that all persons who were students in Medicine in the Queen’s University at the date of its dissolution shall be entitled, if they so desire, to obtain the degree of M.D., instead of the degree of M.B., upon passing the examination herein pre- scribed for the M.B. degree. Every candidate will be examined at the bedside, and required to diagnose at least six cases, medical and surgical, and prescribe treatment, and to write detailed reports on at least two cases to be selected by the examiners, and to discuss all the questions arising thereon. Every candidate must submit to the medical ex- aminers, for their approval, a thesis certified by him (or her) to have been composed by himself (or herself). No thesis will be approved which does not contain some original or personal observations in Practical Medicine, Surgery, Mid- wifery, or in some of the sciences embraced in the curri- culum, or else a full digest and critical exposition of the opinions and researches of others on the subject selected by the candidate, accompanied by precise references to the publications quoted. The M. Ch. Degree will be conferred only on graduates in Medicine of the University. The examination will com- prise the Theory and Practice of Surgery, including Opera- tive and Clinical Surgery. The M.A.O. Degree will also be conferred only on graduates in Medicine of the University. The examination will comprise the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, and the use of Obstetrical Instruments and appliances. Candi- dates will be required to undergo a special written exami- nation in Midwifery, Gynaecology, and Diseases of Children, in addition to the other tests. The Diploma in Sanitary S’cience will be conferred only on graduates in Medicine of the University. The examina- nation will embrace the following subjects-Climatology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Vital Statistics, Hygiene, Sanitary Law, and Sanitary Engineering. SCHOLARSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, AND PRIZES. Exhibitions.-The following Exhibitions may be awarded annually by the Senate :-At the First Examination in Medicine, Two First Class at £30, and Two Second Class at .S16. At the Second Examination in Medicine, Two First Class at £40, and Three Second Class at .E20. At the M.B. Degree Examination, Two First Class at £50, and Three Second Class at .E25. Dr. Henry Hutchinson Stewart Medical Scholarships.- 1. One scholarship, of the annual value of £10, tenable for three years, will be offered in the autumn of 1885 for com- petition in the subjects of the second examination in Medicine. In order to be eligible, candidates must present themselves after the lapse of not more than one academical year from the time of passing the first examination in Medicine. 2. One scholarship of the annual value of £50, tenable for three years, will be offered in the autumn of 1885 for competition among medical graduates of not more than two years’ standing, for proficiency in Mental Diseases. Prizes.—A sum of £95 may be placed annually at the dis- posal of the examiners in Medicine to be awarded in prizes for superior answering in special subjects at their discretion. ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON. The licence of this College is a qualification to practise Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifery, and is recognised by the Local Government Board as a qualification in Surgery as well as in Medicine. Licentiates.—Every candidate for the College licence (except when otherwise provided by the bye-laws) is required to produce satisfactory evidence to the following effect :-Of having attained the age of twenty-one years. Of moral character. Of having passed before the commencement of professional study an examination in the subjects of general education recognised by the General Medical Council. Of

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dates are required to perform surgical operations on the deadsubject. Fee for the Liceat ad Evaminandum, ae5; for thedegree of Bachelor in Surgery, .E6.

111aster in 8urgery,u-A Master in Surgery must be aBachelor in Surgery of three years’ standing, or have beenqualified to take the degree of Bachelor in Surgery for three i

years; and must read a thesis publicly before the Regius I;Professor of Surgery, or undergo an examination before theRegius Professor, according to regulations to be approved bythe Provost and Senior Fellows. Fee for the degree ofplaster in Surgery, 11.

’nÙ’ersity Licences.-Candidates for the licences in Medi-cine or Surgery must be matriculated in Medicine, and musthave completed two years in Arts and four years in medicalstudies.Licentiate in Medicine.-The medical course and examina-

tion necessary for the licence in Medicine are the same asfor the degree of M.B. Fee for the Liceat ad Examinandum,’5; for the licence in Medicine, .E5.Licentiate in Surgery.-The surgical course and examina-

tion necessary for the licence in Surgery are the same asfor the degree of Bachelor in Surgery. Fee for the Liceatad Examinandum, ae5; for the licence in Surgery, £5.

Qualification in State Medicine.-Doctors in Medicine orgraduates in Medicine and Surgery of Dublin, Oxford, orCambridge who wish to obtain from the University a certi-ficate of qualification in State Medicine can do so on passingan examination in a limited course of the following subjects:1. Law, comprehending sanitary legislation and the lawsYelating to the conduct and duties of medical men. 2. Engi-eneering in its sanitary aspects. 3. Pathology, including thelaws of epidemics, vaccination, insanity, &c. 4. Vital andsanitary statistics. 5. Chemistry in relation to air, water,gaseous poisons, deodorisation, and disinfection. 6. Meteoro-logy. 7. Medical jurisprudence. 8. Hygiene.The total cost of the education and first degrees in Medi-

cine and Surgery is as follows, in addition to the fees foreducation in Arts and B.A. degree (.E83 4s.): Medical and.Surgical Lectures, X63 15s. 6d.; Hospitals, X44 2s. ; Medicaland Surgical Examinations and Degrees, £31.

ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND.The following degrees are conferred by the University in

this Faculty: Bachelor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine,Master of Surgery, Master of Obstetrics; in Sanitary Science,a special diploma. All the medical examinations are heldtwice yearly-viz., towards the end of April and in October.The course for degrees in Medicine, &c., is one of at least

four years’ duration. Students who have commenced theirmedical studies since January 1st, 1884, must also producea certificate of having been registered as students inMedicine by the Medical Council for a period of at leastforty-live months. No one can be admitted to any degreein Medicine who is not fully twenty-one years of age.All candidates for these degrees are, in addition to attendingthe lectures and complying with the other conditions to befrom time to time prescribed, required to pass the followingexaminations : the Matriculation Examination, the FirstUniversity Examination, the First Examination in Medicine,the Second Examination in Medicine, and the Degree Ex--amination.

The -First Eramination in Medicine.-Students are ad-mitted to this examination after the lapse of one academi-cal year from the time of their matriculation. The subjectsof this examination are-Zoology, Botany, and a modernlanguage (either French or German). Candidates who havepassed in a modern language at the First University Exami-nation in Arts are exempt from again presenting this subjectat the First Examination in Medicine, except as a qualifica-tion for admission to compete for Honours, the answering ofthe candidates in the three subjects above mentioned being.taken into account in awarding Honours.

The Second Examination in Medicine.-Students are

admitted to this examination after the lapse of one academi-cal year from the time of passing the First Examination inMedicine, provided they have completed the First Period of’the Course of Medical Studies. The subjects of this exami-nation are-Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica (Pharma-col gy), Chemistry.

The Examination for the Degree of M.B.—Students areadmitted to this examination after the lapse of one aca-14 Masters in Surgery must be of the standing of Masters of Arts.

demical year from the time of passing the Second Examina-tion in Medicine, provided they have completed the SecondPeriod of the Course of Medical Studies. The subjectsof this examination are-Anatomy, including PracticalAnatomy; Physiology, including Practical Physiology andHistology; Surgery, Midwifery, and Diseases of Womenand Children ; Vaccination; Theory and Practice of Medicine,Medical Jurisprudence ; Mental Diseases.M.D. Degree.-Candidates may be admitted to this degree

after the lapse of two academical years from the time ofobtaining the degree of M.B. Provided, however, that allpersons who were students in Medicine in the Queen’sUniversity at the date of its dissolution shall be entitled, ifthey so desire, to obtain the degree of M.D., instead of thedegree of M.B., upon passing the examination herein pre-scribed for the M.B. degree. Every candidate will beexamined at the bedside, and required to diagnose at leastsix cases, medical and surgical, and prescribe treatment, andto write detailed reports on at least two cases to be selectedby the examiners, and to discuss all the questions arisingthereon. Every candidate must submit to the medical ex-aminers, for their approval, a thesis certified by him (or her)to have been composed by himself (or herself). No thesiswill be approved which does not contain some original orpersonal observations in Practical Medicine, Surgery, Mid-wifery, or in some of the sciences embraced in the curri-culum, or else a full digest and critical exposition of theopinions and researches of others on the subject selected bythe candidate, accompanied by precise references to thepublications quoted.The M. Ch. Degree will be conferred only on graduates in

Medicine of the University. The examination will com-prise the Theory and Practice of Surgery, including Opera-tive and Clinical Surgery.The M.A.O. Degree will also be conferred only on

graduates in Medicine of the University. The examinationwill comprise the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, andthe use of Obstetrical Instruments and appliances. Candi-dates will be required to undergo a special written exami-nation in Midwifery, Gynaecology, and Diseases of Children,in addition to the other tests.The Diploma in Sanitary S’cience will be conferred only

on graduates in Medicine of the University. The examina-nation will embrace the following subjects-Climatology,Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Vital Statistics, Hygiene,Sanitary Law, and Sanitary Engineering.

SCHOLARSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, AND PRIZES.Exhibitions.-The following Exhibitions may be awarded

annually by the Senate :-At the First Examination inMedicine, Two First Class at £30, and Two Second Class at.S16. At the Second Examination in Medicine, Two FirstClass at £40, and Three Second Class at .E20. At the M.B.Degree Examination, Two First Class at £50, and ThreeSecond Class at .E25.Dr. Henry Hutchinson Stewart Medical Scholarships.-

1. One scholarship, of the annual value of £10, tenable forthree years, will be offered in the autumn of 1885 for com-petition in the subjects of the second examination inMedicine. In order to be eligible, candidates must presentthemselves after the lapse of not more than one academicalyear from the time of passing the first examination inMedicine. 2. One scholarship of the annual value of £50,tenable for three years, will be offered in the autumn of 1885for competition among medical graduates of not more thantwo years’ standing, for proficiency in Mental Diseases.

Prizes.—A sum of £95 may be placed annually at the dis-posal of the examiners in Medicine to be awarded in prizesfor superior answering in special subjects at their discretion.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON.The licence of this College is a qualification to practise

Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifery, and is recognised by theLocal Government Board as a qualification in Surgery aswell as in Medicine.

Licentiates.—Every candidate for the College licence(except when otherwise provided by the bye-laws) is requiredto produce satisfactory evidence to the following effect :-Ofhaving attained the age of twenty-one years. Of moralcharacter. Of having passed before the commencement ofprofessional study an examination in the subjects of generaleducation recognised by the General Medical Council. Of