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MEDICAL JOURNAL EXAMINER.
PUBLISHED BY THE MEDICAL PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Editor-WM. H. BYFORD, A.M.,
M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Chicago Medical College.
Associate Editors—JAMES H. ETHRIDGE, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence, Rush Medical College; JAMES NEVINS HYDE, A. M., M. D., Professor of Dermatology and Orthopedic Surgery, Chicago Medical College; NORMAN BRIDGE, M.D., Lecturer on the Principles and Practice of Medicine, Rush Medical College; FERD. C. HOTZ, M.D., Surgeon to Illinois State Eye and Ear Infirmary.
Assistant Editor-E. FLETCHER INGALS, M. D., Lecturer on iseases of the Chest and Physical Diagnosis, Rush Medical College.
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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION.
PRELIMINARY COURSE (Free) begins Sept. 3, and ends Oct. 1.
FEES.—Matriculation, $5. Professors' tickets in full, $50. Demon. strator's ticket, $10. Graduation, $30. Hospital ticket (required by the city), $5. Fee for Spring Course, $25. For Circular, address
J. W. HOLLAND, M. D., Secretary. J. M. BODINE, M. D., Dean.
W. S. HAINES, M.D.,
PROFESSOR CHEMISTRY and TOXICOLOGY
Rush Medical College, Chicago.
ANALYTICAL AND CONSULTING OHEMIST.
Special attention given to cases of Poisoning, Analysis of Urine, Milk, Blood, Mineral and other Waters, and to other departments of Medical Chemistry.
OPTICALS MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS
SPECTACLE CASES, Spectacles, Eye Glasses, Magnifiers, Opera Glassos, Spy Glasses, Microscopes Pocket Compasses, Drawing Instruments, Thermometers, Barometers, etc. 137 STATE STREET,
A Hospital for the Insane of the Private Class.
R. J. PATTERSON, M. D.,
BELLEVUE HOSPITAL MEDICAL COLLEGE
OITY OF NEW YORK.
SESSIONS OF 1877-7178. THE COLLEGIATE YEAR in this Institution embraces a preliminary Autumnal Term, the Regular Winter Session,
and a Spring Session. THE PRELIMINARY AUTUMNAL TERM for 1877-1878 will open on Wednesday, Septem. ber 19, 1877, and coutinue until the opening of the Regular Session. During this term, instruc. tion, consisting of didactic lectures on special subjects and daily clinical Lectures, will be given, as heretofore, by the entire Faculty. Students expecting to attend the Regular Session are strongly recommended to attend the Preliminary Term, but attendance during the latter is not required. During the Preliminary Term, clinical and didactic lectures will be given in precisely the same number and order as in the Regular Session,
THE REGULAR SESSION will begin on Wednesday, October 3, 1877, and end about the 1st of March, 1878.
ISAAC E. TAYLOR, M. D.,
FORDYCE BARKER, M. D.,
WILLIAM M, POLK, M. D.,
and Clinical Medicine. W. H. VAN BUREN, M.D.,
AUSTIN FLINT, JR.. M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Sur. gery, Diseases of Genito-Urinary Sys.
Professor of Physiology and Physiological tem, and Clinical Surgery.
Anatomy, and Secretary of the Faculty. LEWIS A, SAYRE, M.D.,
JOSEPH D. BRYANT, M.D., Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Clinical Lecturer on General Descriptive and Surgi. Surgery
cal Anatomy. ALEXANDER B. MOTT, M.D., Professor of Clinical and Operative Surgery.
R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. WILLIAM T. LUSK, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics & Diseases of Women
EDWARD G. JANEWAY, M.D., and Children, and Clinical Midwifery. Professor of Pathological Anatomy and His. EDMUND R. PEASLEE, M. D., LL.D.,
tology, Diseases of the Nervous System, Professor of Gynæcology.
and Clinical Medicine. Professors of Special Departments, Eto. HENRY D. NOYES, M, D.,
EDWARD G JANEWAY, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology.
Professor of Practical Anatomy. (Demonstra. JOHN P. GRAY, M. D., LL.D.,
tor of Anatomy.) Professor of Psychological Medicine and Med.
J. LEWIS SMITH, M.D.,
Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children,
LEROY MILTON YALE, M.D.,
Lecturer Adjunct upon Orthopedic Surgery. Professor of Dermatology, and Adjunct to the
A. A. SMITH, M.D.,
Lecturer Adjunct upon Clinical Medicine. A distinctive fea ure of the method of instruction in this College is the union of clinical and didactic teaching. All the lectures are given within the Hospital grounds. During the Regular Winter Session, in addition to four didactic lectures on every week.day except Satur. day, two or three hours are daily allotted to clinical instruction,
The Spring Session consists chiefly of Recitations from Text-Books. This term continues from the first of March to the first of June. During this Session, daily recitations in all the departments are held by a corps of examiners appointed by the regular Faculty. Regular clinics are also given in the Hospital and in the College building.
FEES FOR THE REGULAR SESSION. Fees for Tickets to all the Lectures, during the Preliminary and Regular Term, includ. ing Clinical Lectures,
$140 00 Matriculation Fee,
5 00 Demonstrator's Ticket (including material for dissection),
10 00 Graduation Fee,
30 00 FEES FOR TH SPRING SESSION. Matriculation (Ticket good for the following Winter),
6 00 Recitations, Clinics and Lectures,
35 00 Dissection (Ticket good for the following Winter),
10 00 Students who havo attended two full Winter Courses of Lectures may be examined at the ond of their second course upon Waterla Medten, Physiology, Anatomy, and Chemistry, and, if suc. cessful, they will be examined
at the end of their third coume upon Practice of Medicine, Sur. gery, and Obstetries only
For the Annual Circular and Catalogue, giving regulations for graduation and other infor. mation, address Prof. AUSTIN FLINT, Jr., Secretary Bellevue Hospital Medical College.