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337 the examination, none of the subjects set down in sect. 8 will be omitted, even if some of them should have formed part of the first examination by another Board. Unsuccessful candi- dates under this regulation will receive back E14 of the £16 paid by them. 8. The second examination shall embrace Medicine, Surgery and Surgical Anatomy, Midwifery, Pathological Anatomy, Materia Medica and Pharmacy, and Medical Jurisprudence; and shall not take place before the termination of the winter session of the last year of study. These examinations will take place immediately after the conclusion of the first Professional Examinations at each of the before-mentioned periods. 9. Applications for examination must be made to the In- spector of Certificates not later than the Saturday previous to the day of examination. 10. Every candidate must produce to the Inspector—1st, ’Satisfactory evidence of his having attained the age of twenty- -one years; 2nd, The tickets and certificates of his classes; 3rd, The certificate of his having passed the first Professional Examination; and 4th, A tabular statement (for which a printed form will be furnished by the Inspector), exhibiting the full amount of his professional education, and distinguish- ing the classes, hospitals, and dispensaries attended during each session of his studies. The tabular statement, accurately filled up, must be attested by his signature, and will be pre- served by the Colleges as a record. 11. The fee payable for this examination, which shall be £10, must be lodged with the Inspector not later than 10 A.M. of the day preceding the examination-day. 12. On the production of the above documents, and after receiving the fees, the Inspector shall give the candidate a letter authorizing the Examiners to take him on trial. 13. Unsuccessful candidates at either the first or second examination shall be remitted to their studies for a period to be determined by the judgment of the Examiners, but not in any’case less than three months. 14. In case of a candidate being unsuccessful at the second examination, E8 will be returned to him; the remaining .,69 being retained to meet the expense of the examination. 15. In order to test more effectually the practical knowledge of candidates, recent Dissections and Anatomical Specimens, articles of the Materia Medica, Chemical Tests, the Microscope, Surgical Apparatus, and Pathological Specimens, will be em- ployed during the examinations; and every candidate will be required to write out formulae of prescription. The exami- nation may also consist, in part, of the actual examination of persons labouring under disease. 16. Candidates, on showing sufficient reason for it, may be admitted to a special examination, on days other than those appointed above, on paying an extra fee of £5, which will not be returned in the event of their not being successful. 17. No candidate shall be admissible to examination who has been rejected by any other Licensing Board within the three months preceding his examination. Communications from candidates to be addressed to Dr. Gairdner, Inspector and Treasurer of the Double Qualification, at 45, Northumberland-street, Edinburgh. Attention to this - will save much time and trouble. UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW. Three degrees in Medicine are granted-viz. : Bachelor of Medicine, Master in Surgery, and Doctor of Medicine. The curricula of study and the examinations for the several degrees conferred are nearly the same as in the University of Edinburgh. The annual terms for conferring medical and surgical degrees are the last Wednesday in April, and the first day of August. The fees for the degrees are as follows :-For the degree of M.B. (for each of three examinations £5 5s.) £15 15s. ; for that of C. M. (in addition to the fee for M. B.), 95 5s. for the M.D. (in addition to the fee for M.B.), :E5 5s. and Govern- ment stamp for diploma, £10 3s. The preliminary examinations of medical students in branches of General Education take place in the last week of October, and in the last week of April. The regulations under which the above degrees are granted, and the notices of the subjects of examination may be obtained I, by application to the Registrar of the University. Bursaries tenable by Medical Students.—The Brisbane Bur- sary of £50 yearly, held for four years, by a student of Medi- cine who is a Master of Arts. The Walton Bursary, of 920 yearly, held by a medical student (a native of England being preferred) for four years. The Logan Bursary of £16 yearly, tenable by a medical student for four years. The Armagh Bursaries, three in number, amounting each to £25 yearly, for three years, open to students of Divinity, Law, and Medicine, who have taken the degree of M.A. FACULTY OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF GLASGOW. The Faculty embraces in its Fellowship both physicians and surgeons, and candidates for admission may apply in either capacity according to their qualifications. The proposal of a candidate requires to be made at an ordinary meeting by two Fellows, but no proposal is received till the candidate has by letter intimated to the President the medical or surgical quali- fication (as the case may be) on which he desires admission. The fee to be paid by a Fellow is :r50. In case of a non- resident, in consideration of his inability to participate in all the privileges of the Fellowship, the fee is f:25, subject to the condition that the full fee shall be payable should he at any subsequent time come to reside within five miles of the Faculty Hall. Course of Study.—Anatomy: Two courses, six months each. Practical Anatomy: Twelve months. Chemistry: One course, six months. Practical or Analytical Chemistry : One course, three months. Materia Medica : One course, three months. Physiology: Not less than fifty lectures. Practice of Medicine: One course, six months. Clinical Medicine : One course, six months. Principles and Practice of Surgery : One course, six months. Clinical Surgery : One course, six months. in ad- dition to the above courses of Surgery and Clinical Surgery one six-months’ course of either of these at the option of the student. Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children : One course, three months. Medical Jurisprudence : One course, three months. Practical Midwifery : Attendance on at least six cases of labour. Pathological Anatomy : Three months’ instruction in the post-mortem room of a recognised hospital. Practical Pharmacy: Three months’ practical instruction. Hospital and Dispensary Practice: Twenty-four months’ at- tendance on the practice of a public general hospital containing on the average at least eighty patients; and also six months’ attendance on the practice of a public dispensary specially recognised by the Faculty, or an engagement for six months as visiting assistant to a registered practitioner. A certificate of proficiency in Vaccination, signed by a regis- tered practitioner, will be required of every candidate. Candidates for the diploma of the Faculty must produce satisfactory evidence of being twenty-one years of age. Candidates commencing professional study after Oct. 1st, 1861, must have been engaged in professional study during four years, which shall include not less than four winter sessions’ or three winter and two summer sessions’ attendance at a recognised medical school. The examination for the diploma is divided into two parts. Anatomy, Physiology, and Chemistry are the subjects of the first division of the examination. The second examination embraces all the other subjects of the course. The fee for the diploma is £10— £4 for the first, and 96 for the second examination. All applicants for the licence must pass a Preliminary Ex- amination in General Education before commencing their pro- fessional studies. The examination shall embrace the follow- ing subjects :-English, Latin, Arithmetic, and any two of the- following, at the option of the candidate: Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, Greek, French, German, Botany, and Zoology. Testimonials of proficiency, granted by the National Educational Bodies specified in the recommendations of the General Medical Council, will exempt from the Preliminary Examination. The Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh conjointly grant their diplomas to candidates after one series of examinations before a Board of Examiners in which each body is repre- sented. The regulations as to the curriculum of study are similar to those for the separate diploma of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, with the addition of a three months’ course of Botany, and a second six months’ course of Medicine. The fee for the two diplomas granted conjointly is E16. _____________ UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. The curricula for the several degrees conferred are nearly the same as in the University of Edinburgh. Professional Examinations will be, held twice in each year-

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the examination, none of the subjects set down in sect. 8 willbe omitted, even if some of them should have formed part ofthe first examination by another Board. Unsuccessful candi-dates under this regulation will receive back E14 of the £16

paid by them.8. The second examination shall embrace Medicine, Surgery

and Surgical Anatomy, Midwifery, Pathological Anatomy,Materia Medica and Pharmacy, and Medical Jurisprudence;and shall not take place before the termination of the wintersession of the last year of study. These examinations will take

place immediately after the conclusion of the first ProfessionalExaminations at each of the before-mentioned periods.9. Applications for examination must be made to the In-

spector of Certificates not later than the Saturday previous tothe day of examination.

10. Every candidate must produce to the Inspector—1st,’Satisfactory evidence of his having attained the age of twenty--one years; 2nd, The tickets and certificates of his classes;3rd, The certificate of his having passed the first ProfessionalExamination; and 4th, A tabular statement (for which aprinted form will be furnished by the Inspector), exhibitingthe full amount of his professional education, and distinguish-ing the classes, hospitals, and dispensaries attended duringeach session of his studies. The tabular statement, accuratelyfilled up, must be attested by his signature, and will be pre-served by the Colleges as a record.

11. The fee payable for this examination, which shall be£10, must be lodged with the Inspector not later than 10 A.M.of the day preceding the examination-day.

12. On the production of the above documents, and afterreceiving the fees, the Inspector shall give the candidate aletter authorizing the Examiners to take him on trial.

13. Unsuccessful candidates at either the first or secondexamination shall be remitted to their studies for a period tobe determined by the judgment of the Examiners, but not inany’case less than three months.

14. In case of a candidate being unsuccessful at the secondexamination, E8 will be returned to him; the remaining .,69being retained to meet the expense of the examination.

15. In order to test more effectually the practical knowledgeof candidates, recent Dissections and Anatomical Specimens,articles of the Materia Medica, Chemical Tests, the Microscope,Surgical Apparatus, and Pathological Specimens, will be em-ployed during the examinations; and every candidate will berequired to write out formulae of prescription. The exami-nation may also consist, in part, of the actual examination ofpersons labouring under disease.

16. Candidates, on showing sufficient reason for it, may beadmitted to a special examination, on days other than thoseappointed above, on paying an extra fee of £5, which will notbe returned in the event of their not being successful.

17. No candidate shall be admissible to examination who hasbeen rejected by any other Licensing Board within the threemonths preceding his examination.

Communications from candidates to be addressed to Dr.Gairdner, Inspector and Treasurer of the Double Qualification,at 45, Northumberland-street, Edinburgh. Attention to this

- will save much time and trouble.

UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW.

Three degrees in Medicine are granted-viz. : Bachelor ofMedicine, Master in Surgery, and Doctor of Medicine.The curricula of study and the examinations for the several

degrees conferred are nearly the same as in the University ofEdinburgh.The annual terms for conferring medical and surgical degrees

are the last Wednesday in April, and the first day of August.The fees for the degrees are as follows :-For the degree of

M.B. (for each of three examinations £5 5s.) £15 15s. ; forthat of C. M. (in addition to the fee for M. B.), 95 5s. for theM.D. (in addition to the fee for M.B.), :E5 5s. and Govern-ment stamp for diploma, £10 3s.The preliminary examinations of medical students in branches

of General Education take place in the last week of October,and in the last week of April.The regulations under which the above degrees are granted,

and the notices of the subjects of examination may be obtained I,by application to the Registrar of the University.Bursaries tenable by Medical Students.—The Brisbane Bur-

sary of £50 yearly, held for four years, by a student of Medi-cine who is a Master of Arts. The Walton Bursary, of 920yearly, held by a medical student (a native of England beingpreferred) for four years. The Logan Bursary of £16 yearly,

tenable by a medical student for four years. The ArmaghBursaries, three in number, amounting each to £25 yearly, forthree years, open to students of Divinity, Law, and Medicine,who have taken the degree of M.A.

FACULTY OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONSOF GLASGOW.

The Faculty embraces in its Fellowship both physiciansand surgeons, and candidates for admission may apply in eithercapacity according to their qualifications. The proposal of acandidate requires to be made at an ordinary meeting by twoFellows, but no proposal is received till the candidate has byletter intimated to the President the medical or surgical quali-fication (as the case may be) on which he desires admission.The fee to be paid by a Fellow is :r50. In case of a non-resident, in consideration of his inability to participate in allthe privileges of the Fellowship, the fee is f:25, subject to thecondition that the full fee shall be payable should he at anysubsequent time come to reside within five miles of the FacultyHall.

Course of Study.—Anatomy: Two courses, six months each.Practical Anatomy: Twelve months. Chemistry: One course,six months. Practical or Analytical Chemistry : One course,three months. Materia Medica : One course, three months.Physiology: Not less than fifty lectures. Practice of Medicine:One course, six months. Clinical Medicine : One course, sixmonths. Principles and Practice of Surgery : One course, sixmonths. Clinical Surgery : One course, six months. in ad-dition to the above courses of Surgery and Clinical Surgeryone six-months’ course of either of these at the option of thestudent. Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children :One course, three months. Medical Jurisprudence : One course,three months. Practical Midwifery : Attendance on at leastsix cases of labour. Pathological Anatomy : Three months’instruction in the post-mortem room of a recognised hospital.Practical Pharmacy: Three months’ practical instruction.Hospital and Dispensary Practice: Twenty-four months’ at-tendance on the practice of a public general hospital containingon the average at least eighty patients; and also six months’attendance on the practice of a public dispensary speciallyrecognised by the Faculty, or an engagement for six monthsas visiting assistant to a registered practitioner.A certificate of proficiency in Vaccination, signed by a regis-

tered practitioner, will be required of every candidate.Candidates for the diploma of the Faculty must produce

satisfactory evidence of being twenty-one years of age.Candidates commencing professional study after Oct. 1st,

1861, must have been engaged in professional study duringfour years, which shall include not less than four wintersessions’ or three winter and two summer sessions’ attendanceat a recognised medical school.The examination for the diploma is divided into two parts.

Anatomy, Physiology, and Chemistry are the subjects of thefirst division of the examination. The second examinationembraces all the other subjects of the course. The fee for thediploma is £10— £4 for the first, and 96 for the secondexamination.

All applicants for the licence must pass a Preliminary Ex-amination in General Education before commencing their pro-fessional studies. The examination shall embrace the follow-

ing subjects :-English, Latin, Arithmetic, and any two of the-following, at the option of the candidate: Algebra, Geometry,Natural Philosophy, Greek, French, German, Botany, andZoology. Testimonials of proficiency, granted by the NationalEducational Bodies specified in the recommendations of theGeneral Medical Council, will exempt from the PreliminaryExamination.The Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and

the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh conjointly granttheir diplomas to candidates after one series of examinationsbefore a Board of Examiners in which each body is repre-sented. The regulations as to the curriculum of study aresimilar to those for the separate diploma of the Faculty ofPhysicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, with the addition of athree months’ course of Botany, and a second six months’course of Medicine. The fee for the two diplomas grantedconjointly is E16.

_____________

UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN.

The curricula for the several degrees conferred are nearlythe same as in the University of Edinburgh.Professional Examinations will be, held twice in each year-