Bulletin, Temas1-4

Portada
Harvard Medical School Association, 1891
 

Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario

No encontramos ningún comentario en los lugares habituales.

Páginas seleccionadas

Términos y frases comunes

Pasajes populares

Página 62 - Students who began their professional studies elsewhere may be admitted to advanced standing ; but all persons who apply for admission to the advanced classes must pass an examination in the branches already pursued by the class to which they seek admission, and furnish a satisfactory * certificate of time spent in medical studies.
Página 12 - ... ARTICLE IX. The Secretary, Treasurer, the Council, and the Committee on the Harvard Medical School shall make and submit to the Association, at its annual meeting in each year, reports in writing or print of their respective doings for the preceding year. ARTICLE X. This Constitution may be amended by a majority vote of all the members of the Association present at the annual meeting, or at any special meeting called for that purpose, notice of such amendment having been given in the call for...
Página 69 - The objects of this Association shall be to advance the cause of medical education, to promote the interests and increase the usefulness of the Harvard Medical School, and to promote acquaintance and good-fellowship among the members of the Association.
Página 62 - This year begins on the Thursday following the last Wednesday in September, and ends on the last Wednesday in June ; it will be divided into two equal terms with a recess of one week between them.
Página 70 - Massachusetts, on the Tuesday preceding the annual Commencement of Harvard College ; provided, however, that the Council shall have the power to appoint in any year a different time and place for the annual meeting, if deemed expedient. ARTICLE VII. The President or the Council shall have the power to call a special meeting of the Association at any time, provided that at least two weeks' previous notice be given to all members of the Association.
Página 30 - Hayti, a right and practice suggested and supported by considerations of humanity only, it is to be hoped that the day is not distant when the enlightened nations represented here will deem it wise to abolish it.
Página 5 - School," and may elect such other committees from its own members or the Association at large as it shall, from time to time, deem expedient to carry out the objects of the Association. SECT. 4. The Council shall have the power to appoint, from time to time, one or more Corresponding Secretaries in the different cities or towns of the United States and the British North American provinces. It shall be the duty and office of such Corresponding Secretaries to promote in their respective localities...
Página 9 - College ; provided, however, that the Council shall have the power to appoint in any year a different time and place for the annual meeting, if deemed expedient. ARTICLE VII. The President or the Council shall have the power to call a special meeting of the Association at any time, provided that at least two weeks' previous notice be given to all members of the Association. ARTICLE VIII. SECTION i. The executive power of the Association shall be vested in the Council, subject to the control and direction...
Página 27 - The day is short, and work is great, — the reward is also great, and the master presses. It is not incumbent on thee to complete the work, but thou must not therefore cease from it.
Página 61 - At the end of the four years of study the degree of Doctor of Medicine will be given to those students who have fulfilled its requirements. This degree cum laude will be conferred upon candidates who have obtained an average of over 75% in all the required examinations.

Información bibliográfica