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THE REGULATIONS RELATING TO ADMISSION TO THE LIBRARY.

The LIBRARY is open each week-day to Members and Articled Students of the College, from Eleven A.m. to Five P.m. except on Saturday, when the Library is closed at One P.m. During the month of September the Library is closed.

Members have the privilege of personally introducing a visitor.

Persons not Members, desirous of admission, must make application in writing to the President or Library Committee, specifying their Christian and Surname, Rank or Profession, and residence; which application must be accompanied by a recommendation from a Member, that a Ticket may be granted to the Applicant.

In the case of Students, the application must be accompanied by a recommendation signed by two of their Teachers, Members of the College.

Tickets of Admission, which are not transferable, are granted for six months, at the expiration of which time application must be made for their renewal.

Readers wishing to refer to any book are requested to furnish the Librarian with the Title or Number thereof written on a slip of paper; and to return such book to the Librarian before quitting the Library.

Readers, taking extracts from any book, may not lay the paper on which they write on any part of such book; nor may any tracings be taken from any plate without the permission of the Committee.

Books belonging to the College are not to be written upon; and any one observing a defect in a book is requested to report the same to the Librarian.

Readers desirous of consulting works not in the Library are requested to communicate their wishes in writing to the Librarian, in order that the same may be reported to the Committee.

Every person upon admission to the Library is required to insert his Name and Residence in a book provided for that

ided for that purpose. N.B.-The Catalogues of the Library may be purchased at the College at the following prices, viz.

Members

Other of the College.

Persons, d.

d. Alphabetical Catalogue, 3 vols. 8vo 12 0

18 Ditto vol. iv. parts 1 & 2, 8vo

6 0 Classed Catalogue, 1 vol. 8vo

10 6

15 Classed Index of Catalogue, 8vo

3 0

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RECEIPT AND EXPENDITURE

In the year from Midsummer-day 1873

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RECEIPT.
£ s. d. £ s. d.

d. Balance at Bankers, Midsummer 1873

1,253 4 8 Deposit at Union Bank, ditto

2,250 00

3,503 4 8 Rent of Chambers (No. 43).......

776 18 0 House (No. 37)

125 0 0 Dividends on Stock (£34,000)

£1007 5 0 (£2,000)

29 12 6 1,099 1 9 £4,200)

62 4 3 Interest on Deposit Account

87 14 1

2,088 13 10 Examinations, Preliminary, Diplomas of Member and Fellow

871 5 0 Professional, Diploma of Member 8,967 15 0 Diploma of Fellow

522 5 0 for Dental Diploma....

168 0 0

10,529 5 0 Elections to the Fellowship

52 10 0 " ad eundem "

31 10 0 Membership "ad eundem

21 0 0 Council

63 0 0 Court of Examiners

42 0 0

210 0 0 Catalogue of Museum

0 10 0 Sale of Synopsis of Museum

4 16 6 College Calendar*

8 14 2 Incidental

3 13 6

17 14 2

12,845 13 0 Trust Funds.--Hunterian (£1,684 4s. 4d.)

49 18 0
Jacksonian (£377 1s, 9d.)

11 3 5
Sir C. Blicke's Bequest to Library (£300) 8 17 10
Sir G. Blane's Naval Medals (£300) ... 8 17 10
Gale's Annuity (£689 16s. 5d.)

20 8 8
Erasmus Wilson Fund (£5000)

148 2 6

247 8 3

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* N.B.-In addition to the copies of the Calendar sold, 342 copies were given away to the Members, and 11 copies to the Fellows admitted during the year.

OF THE COLLEGE

to Midsummer-day 1874.

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EXPENDITURE.

£ S. d. £ s. d. £ S. d. Fees to Council........

217 7 0 Treasurers and Auditors

21 0 0

238 7 0
College of Preceptors, Printing Expenses, &c., Pre-
liminary Examination

334 18 6
Court of Examiners, Diploma of Member 3,565 16 0

Fellow

393 15 0 Examiners in Medicine, Diploma of Member. 189 0 0 Members of the Dental Board

89 5 0 Paid Diploma-Stamps

354 12 0 Expenses, Patients and Bandaging Examinations 47 14 0 Expenses in burying Subjects for ditto

63 18 0 Miscellaneous Expenses for ditto ......

20 2 10 Refreshments, Court, Prosectors, and Candidates ... 92 19 4

5,152 0 8 College Department, including Coal, Gas, Firewood,

Candles, Oil, Printing, Advertise-
ments, Postage-Stamps, Wood,
and Miscellaneous Items

878 3 6
Conversazione

317 15 9 Salaries and Wages

1,689 198 Pensions.....

224 0 0

3,109 18 11 Museum Department, including Specimens, Spirit,

Preparation Glasses and Bottles,
Instruments, and Miscellaneous
Items

236 15 6
Lectures

144 18 0 Salaries and Wages

1,712 12 2 Pensions

101 9 6

2,195 15 2 Library Department, including purchases and Binding of Books &c.

300 17 6 Salary and Wages

358 8 0

659 5 6 Calendar, Printing and Binding, &c.

130 16 6 Insurance.

4 10 0 Taxes and Rates.

725 2 0 Law Expenses

47 14 4 Alterations, Repairs, and Painting

270 2 3

12,533 12 4 Trust Funds, Prizes, Jacksonian

11 3 5 Blane Medals

17 13 8 Lectures, Erasmus Wilson

94 10 0 Arris and Gale

15 15 0

139 2 1

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Balance of Account

12,672 14 5 3,923 11 6

£16,596 5 11

REGULATIONS RELATING TO PRIZES.

The Collegial Triennial Prize.

CONSISTING OF THE JOHN HUNTER MEDAL EXECUTED IN GOLD TO THE VALUE

OF FIFTY GUINEAS, OR, AT THE OPTION OF THE SUCCESSFUL AUTHOR OF THE DISSERTATION, OF THE SAID MEDAL EXECUTED IN BRONZE, WITH AN HONORARIUM OF FIFTY POUNDS.

THE SUBJECT OF THIS PRIZE IS " THE RADICLES OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM IN RELATION TO THE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL

SURFACES OF THE BODY." THE DISSERTATION MAY BE ILLUSTRATED BY PREPARATIONS AND DRAWINGS.

Jacksonian Prize.

The Amount of the Dividend, between £11 and £12, received from the Trust.

THE SUBJECT FOR THE PRIZE FOR THE PRESENT YEAR, 1874, IS66 TRACHEOTOMY- -WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE CAUSES OF DEATH AFTER THE

OPERATION, AND THE RULES FOR RENDERING THE OPERATION MORE GENERALLY SUCCESSFUL."

THE SUBJECT FOR THE PRIZE FOR THE ENSUING YEAR, 1875, IS66 THE USE OF THE GALVANO-CAUSTIC IN THE REMOVAL OF MORBID GROWTHS." THE

DISSERTATION MAY BE ILLUSTRATED BY PREPARATIONS AND DRAWINGS.

These Prizes are to be written for under the following conditions :
Candidates to be Fellows or Members of the College, not on the Council.

The Dissertations to be in English, and the number and importance of original facts will be considered principal points of excellence :-recited cases to be placed in an appendix.

Each Dissertation to be distinguished by a motto or device; and accompanied by a sealed envelope containing the name and residence of the Author, and having on the outside a motto or device corresponding with that on the Dissertation,

The Dissertations to be addressed to the Secretary at the College.

The Manuscript Prize Dissertations and every accompanying drawing and preparation will become the property of the College.

Those Dissertations which shall not be approved, with their accompanying drawings and preparations, will, upon authenticated application within the period of three years, be returned, together with the papers, unopened, containing the names and residences of the respective Authors.

The unapproved Dissertations which shall remain three years unclaimed, with their accompanying drawings and preparations, will become the property of the College ; at which period the papers containing the names of the Authors will be burnt, unopened, in the presence of the Committee.

The Dissertations for the Collegial Prize must be delivered at the College before Christmas-day 1876.

The Dissertations for the Jacksonian Prize for the present year, 1874, must be delivered at the College before Christmas-day next.

The Dissertations for the Jacksonian Prize for the ensuing year, 1875, must be delivered at the College before Christmas-day 1875.

EXAMINATION PAPERS.

DIPLOMA OF FELLOW.

FIRST EXAMINATION.--NOVEMBER 22, 1873.

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.

From 1 to 5 o'clock p.M.

1. Give the dissection required to expose the trunk of the Sympathetic Nerve in the Neck; and describe the relations of the Nerve. Trace the Cardiac branches from their origin to the cardiac plexuses.

2. Describe the Serratus Magnus, the dissection by which you would display it, the various parts with which it is in relation, and the vessels and nerves by which it is supplied; and enumerate the muscles which are its antagonists.

1. Describe the modes of origin, the structure, and the general arrangement of the Lymphatic and Lacteal vessels, and the nature, sources, and destination of the Lymph.

2. Describe the structure of the Human Ovum; and give an account of the earlier stages of development up to the period at which the Chorda Dorsalis is formed.

May 22, 1874. 1. Describe, in their relation to each other and to the several parts in contact with them, the muscles which form the floor of the posterior Triangle of the Neck.

2. Name the structures, in their relative order, which would be necessarily divided in cutting out the last Rib through an incision made in the skin over it.

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