1. Fellow, Licentiate, or Extra Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of London.

2. Fellow or Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

3. Fellow or Licentiate of the King's and Queen's College of Physicians of Ireland.

4. Fellow or Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

5. Fellow or Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

6. Fellow or Licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

7. Fellow or Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

8. Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries, London.

9. Licentiate of the Apothecaries Hall, Dublin.

10. Doctor, or Bachelor, or Licentiate of Medicine, or Master in Surgery of any University of the United Kingdom.

11. Doctor of Medicine of any Foreign University, practising as a Physician in the United Kingdom at the Time of the passing of this Act, who shall produce Certificates of his having taken his Degree of Doctor of Medicine after regular Examination, and of having resided during a Period of not less than Two Years in some University previous to the taking of such Degree.


DECLARATION required of a Person who claims to be registered as a Medical Practitioner, upon the ground that he was in Practice as a Medical Practitioner before the First Day of August 1815:

To the Registrar of the Medical Council.

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The MEDICAL REGISTER for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, consisting
of the Names and Places of Residence, with a Description of the Medical Titles or
Qualifications, and the Dates thereof, of all Persons legally qualified to practise
Medicine in the United Kingdom in the Year 18

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Doctor of Medicine of University of 11, Buchanan Street,
Glasgow, 1850.


Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery,
1857; Fellow of Royal College of
Surgeons in Ireland, 1860.

Licentiate of the Apothecaries' Hall

100, Headlam Sq.,

20, Grosvenor Street,

13, Elcho Place,

1, Craufurd Street,

3, Merrion Square,

4, Brady Street,

Doctor of Medicine of the University 10, Napier Street,
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Regulating and Improving the Medical Profession.


HEREAS the Laws now in force concerning the Medical Preamble. Profession require to be amended: Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this 5 Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows:

I. The several Acts of Parliament mentioned in Schedule (A.) Repeal of hereunto annexed shall be and the same are hereby repealed, in so Acts. far as the same are inconsistent with the Provisions contained in this


tion Clause.

II. The Words and Expressions following shall have the Signification Interpretahereby given to them, unless there be anything in the Context repugnant to such Signification: "Medical Practice," or "Medical Profession," shall include and signify the Practice of Medicine, Surgery, Midwifery, and Pharmacy; "Medical" shall include "Surgical;" "Council" 15 shall signify the Medical Council constituted under this Act; "Registrar," "Secretary," and "Treasurer" shall signify respectively the Registrar, Secretary, and Treasurer for the Time being to the Council in England, or in Scotland, or in Ireland, as the Case may be.

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III. A Council shall be established, which shall be styled "The Medical Council for the United Kingdom," which Council shall consist of the President of the Board of Health, and of Eight Members of the Medical Profession, to be selected as herein-after provided.

V. The President of the Board of Health shall always be a 15 Member of Council, and be the President of the Council in virtue of subsequent his Office; and every other Member of the Council shall be a Appointments of Council.


IV. The several Bodies contained in the Schedule (B.) hereunto 5 annexed shall, each within Three Months after the passing of this Act, transmit to Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department the Names of Eight Persons holding Degrees, Diplomas, or Licences from such Bodies respectively, out of which Names Eight Persons shall be selected by Her Majesty, with the Advice of Her 10 Privy Council, who, with the President of the Board of Health, shall form the Medical Council for the Purposes of this Act, and of the said Council Four Members shall be resident in England, Two shall be resident in Scotland, and Two shall be resident in Ireland.

Member thereof for Five Years, and shall then go out of Office, when
the Council shall be re-appointed, either by Election from Lists to be
sent as aforesaid from the Bodies specified in the said Schedule (B.), or 20
by the Re-appointment of the Members so going out of Office; and
upon every occasional Vacancy among the Members during such Five
Years such Vacancy shall be forthwith filled up by Her Majesty,
with the Advice of Her Privy Council, the new Member being chosen
for England, Scotland, or Ireland respectively from the Lists sent as 25
aforesaid from the said Bodies specified in the said Schedule (B.), in
such Manner as at all Times to maintain the above Proportion of
Members from these respective Parts of the United Kingdom.

VI. To the Extent herein-after mentioned, the carrying into effect the Powers and Duties by this Act vested in the Conncil may be 30 devolved by the Council upon the Sub-Councils for England, Scotland, and Ireland respectively herein-after mentioned.

First Meet

VII. The Medical Council shall, as soon as may be after the same ing of Coun- has been appointed, meet in London at such Place and Time as shall be appointed by One of Her Majesty's Secretaries of State, by Notice 35 given to the various Members; and the Council shall from their own Vice-Presi- Body elect a Vice-President; and the President, or in his Absence such Vice-President, shall, besides his own, in the event of an Equality of Votes, have an additional or casting Vote in all Matters; and, subject to this Provision, every Question brought before the Council 40



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