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The Examiners shall publish in the course of the ensuing week lists of the Candidates who acquit themselves to the satisfaction of the Examiners, in the order of proficiency in each subject; but Candidates shall be bracketed together unless the Examiners are of opinion that there is a clear difference between them.
If in the opinion of the Examiner any Candidate shall possess sufficient merit, the Candidate who shall distinguish himself the most in the Principles of Legislation shall receive Fifty Pounds per annum for the next Three Years, with the style of UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOLAR.
DOCTOR OF LAWS.
The Examination for the Degree of DOCTOR OF LAWS shall take place annually in the first fourteen days of July.
No Candidate under the age of Thirty shall be admitted to this Examination until after the expiration of Two academical Years from the time of his obtaining the Degree of LL.B. in this University or in any other University from which this University is or may be authorized to receive Certificates. For persons above the age of Thirty, no interval between the Examination for the Degree of LL.B. and that of LL.D. shall be required.
The Fee for the Degree of Doctor of Laws shall be Ten Pounds. No Candidate shall be admitted to the Examination unless he have previously paid this Fee to the Registrar. If a Candidate fail to pass the Examination, the Fee shall not be returned to him; but he shall be admissible to any subsequent Examination for the same Degree without the payment of any additional Fee.
From Candidates forthe Degree of Doctor of Laws shall be required a practical professional knowledge of the Law
of the Common Law Courts of England, and of one of the three following other branches of Positive Law: 1. CONVEYANCING—ACCORDING TO THE LAWS OF EN
GLAND AND IRELAND. 2. LAW OF THE COURTS OF EQUITY OF ENGLAND AND
IRELAND. 3. LAW OF THE ADMIRALTY AND ECCLESIASTICAL
COURTS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND. And a knowledge of one of the seven following subjects :
1. Roman LAW;
PRINCIPLES OF LEGISLATION-APPLIED TO 2.
INTERNATIONAL LAW. 3.
CIVIL LAW. 4.
CRIMINAL LAW. 5.
LAW OF EVIDENCE. 6.
JUDICIAL ORGANIZATION. 7.
.... PROCEDURE. The Examination of the Candidates shall be conducted as follows:
Morning, 10 to 1.
by Printed Papers.
Afternoon, 3 to 6.
their Papers. If in the opinion of the Examiners sufficient merit be evinced, the Candidate who shall distinguish himself the most at the Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Laws shall receive a Gold Medal of the value of Twenty Pounds.
BACHELOR OF MEDICINE.
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine shall be required
1. To have been engaged during Four Years in their professional studies at one or more of the Institutions or Schools recognised by this University.
2. To have spent One Year at least, of the Four, in one or more of the recognised Institutions or Schools in the United Kingdom
3. To pass Two Examinations.
The First Examination shall take place once a year, and commence on the first Monday in August*.
No Candidate shall be admitted to this Examination unless he have produced Certificates to the following effect :
1. Of having completed his Nineteenth year.
2. Of having taken a Degree in Arts in this University, of in a University the Degrees granted by which are recognised by the Senate of this Universityt; or of having passed the Matriculation Examination I.
3. Of having been a Student during Two Years at one or more of the Medical Institutions or Schools recognised by this University, subsequently to having taken a Degree in Arts, or passed the Matriculation Examination.
* The annual number of Examinations will be increased at a future period, should it be found desirable.
t The Degrees in Arts of all Universities in the United Kingdom are recoguised by the Senate for this purpose.
The Matriculation Examination is the same for Students in Arts and for Students in Medicine.
4. Of having attended a Course of Lectures on each of Four of the subjects in the following list :
DESCRIPTIVE AND SURGICAL ANATOMY,
6. Of having attended a course of Practical Chemistry, comprehending Practical Exercises
in conducting the more important processes of General and Pharmaceutical Chemistry ; in applying Tests for discovering the Adulteration of articles of the Materia Medica, and the presence and nature of Poisons; and in the examination of Mineral Waters, Animal Secretions, Urinary Deposits, Calculi, &c.
7. Of having attended to Practical Pharmacy during a sufficient length of time to enable him to acquire a practical knowledge in the Preparation of Medicines.
These Certificates shall be transmitted to the Registrar at least fourteen days before the Examination begins.
The Fee for this Examination shall be Five Pounds. No Candidate shall be admitted to the Examination unless he have previously paid this Fee to the Registrar. If a Candidate fail to pass the Examination, the Fee shall not be returned to him ; but he shall be afterwards admissible to the First Examination without the payment of any additional Fee.
Candidates shall be examined in the following subjects :
MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY. The Candidate shall also be required to translate passages from the Latin Pharmacopoeia.
The Examinations shall be conducted in the following order:
Morning, 10 to 1.
Afternoon, 3 to 6.
To commence on Friday, at 10.
Medica and Pharmacy, by Viva Voce and Demonstration
from Specimens. To commence on Tuesday, in the following week, at 10. Anatomy and Physiology, by Vivá Voce, Demonstration from
Preparations, and Dissection. On Wednesday Morning in the week following the commencement of the Examination, the Examiners shall arrange in Two Divisions, each in alphabetical order, such of the Candidates as have passed; and a Pass Certificate, signed by the Registrar, shall be delivered to each Candidate.
Such Candidates only as in the opinion of the Examiners are admissible to the Examination for Honours, shall be placed in the First Division.
* For a syllabus of this subject, see pages 70 and 71.