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CALENDAR 



OF THE 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



OF 



DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY 



HALIFAX. 



NOVA SCOTIA 



X'^llA^Ti 




HALIFAX: 

PRINTED FOR THE UNiVKRSITY BV THE ROYAL. PRINT 

1922 



I FEB '^ 

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ALMANAC— FACULTY OF MEDICINE, 1931-22. 

Attention is called to the fact that no student will be admitted to 
classes in this Faculty for the coming session after noon, Saturday, October 
8th. 

1922. 

Aug. 30 W. — ^Lastday for receiving applications* for Supplementarjr 

Examinations. 
Sept. 13 W. —Registration and beginning of Lectures for Final Year 

Students. 

26 Tu. — Last day for receiving Applications'* for Matriculation 

Examinations. Final Examinations begin: — 
2.30 — 5.30 p. m.. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children 

27 W. — Session begins. Supplementary Examlnationst begin. 

Matriculation (and Scholarship) Examinations begin. 
9.30 — 12.30, Latin: German.** 
2.30 — 5.30 p. m., English; Medicine and Therapeutics. 

28 Th. —9.30—12.30, French; Greek.** 

2.30 — 5.30, Physics; Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

29 F. — 9.30— 12-30' Geometry; Clmical Medicine. 

3.30 — 5.30 p. m., Chemistry. 

30 S. —9.30—12.30, Algebra; Clinical Surgery. 

2.30 — 5.30 p. m.. Trigonometry; History.** 
Oct. 2 M. — 10 a. m.. Registration (and Payment of Fees) begins. Hall- 
fax students must register on this day. 

3 Tu. — Last Regular Reglstratlontt (and payment of Fees) day. 

Results of Matriculation and Supplementary examinations 
declared. 
3 p. m.. Final Oral Examinations. 

4 W. — 9 a. m., Lectures begin. 

5 p. m.. Meeting of Faculty. 
7 S. — 12 noon. Last Registration Day. 
M. — Thanksgiving Day. No Lectures. 
20 F. — Returns as to residence and church attendance to be made on or 
before this day. 
Dec. 13 W. — Last day of Lectures in classes whe*ein Christmas examinations 
are held. 
14 Tb. — Christmas Examinationst begin. 

19 Tu. — Last day of Lectures. 

20 W, — 9 a. m., Christmas vacation begins. 

1923. 

{an. 3 W. — 9 a. m., Lectures resumed. 
lar. 30 F. — Good Friday. No Lectures. 
April 9 M. — Last day for receiving Applications* for Spring Supple* 
mentary Examinations and for payment of Annual 
Kxamlnatlon Fee. 

21 S. — SpringBxaminationst in Physics, Chemistry and Biology begin 
30 M. — ^Pinal Professional Examinationst begin. 

May 7 M. —4 p. m.. Meeting of Faculty. 

10 Th. — 8 p. m.. Convocation 

18 P. — LMt day of Lectures. 

21 M. — Spring Examinations begin: — 

9.30 — 12.30 a. m.. Anatomy: Therapeutics. 

2.30 — 5.30 p. m.. Clinical Microscopy and Clinical Chemistry; 

22 To. —9.30 — 12.30 a. m., Pathology; Hygiene. 

2.30 — 5.30 p. m.. Obstetrics 1; Obstetrics 2. 

23 W. — 9.30 — 12.30 a. m.. Medicine 1: Medicine 2. 

2.30 — 5.30 p. m.. Surgery 1. Surgery 2. 

24 Th. —9.30—12.30 a. m.. Physiology 1. 2, 3. 4; Medical Jurisprudence. 

2.30—6.30 p. m.. Bacterialogy. 

25 P. — 9 a. m.. Materia Medica. . 

2 p. m.. Orals in Pathology. Physiology and Materia Medica 

29 Tu. — 5 p. m.. Meeting of Faculty. 

30 W. — 12 m., Meeting of Senate. Results of Examinations declared. 

*Pee must accompany application for Examination. 

••In case of conflict of examiiiations arrangements will be made for changes suitable 

to all candidates. 
tPor time table see Notice Board. 
ttBxttft fee for late Registratio i. 



CALENDAR 



OF THE 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



OF 



DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY 



HALIFAX. - NOVA SCOTIA 



1922-1923 




HALIFAX: 

PRINTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY BY THE ROYAL PRINT a LlfHO LTD 

1922 



1921-22 
TIME TABLE 

(Subject to some Revision.) 
First Year. (Six Year Course). 



Hours. 


Monday. 


Tuesday 


Wednesday. 


Thursday 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


9-10 


Chemistry IB 


Biology IB 


Chemistry IB 


IBioIogy IB 


1 Chemistry IB 


Biology IB. 


10-11 


Physics 1. 


Biology IB 
Laboratory 
Section 1. 
Biology IB. 


Physics 1. 


Biology IB 
Laboratory 
Section 1. 


Physics 1. 


Biology IB. 
Laboratory 
Section 1. 


11-12 


Physics 1 
Laboratory 
Section 1 


Physics 1. 
Laboratory 
Section 2 




12-1 








2.30-3.30 


English lA 


Chemistry IB 
Laboratory 


English lA 


Chemistry IB 
Laboratory 


English lA 




3.30-4.30 


Biology IB 
Laboratory 
Section 2 


Biology IB 
Laboratory 
Section 2 


Biology IB 
Laboratory 
Section 2 




4.30-5.30 





Second Year. (Six year course:) 



Hour . 


Monday 


Tueday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9-10 


Physics 20 


Chemistry 4 


Physics 20 


Chemistry 4 


Human 
Embryologj' 


Chemistry 3 


10-11 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Chemistry 3 
Laboratory 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Chemistry 3 
Laboratory 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 




11-12 








12-1 










Physicsi20 
Laboratory 








2.30-3.30 




Anatomy 
Laboratory 




Anatomy 
Laboratory 








3.30-4.30 


Histology 


Histology 




4.30-5.30 





Third Year. (Six year course). 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9-10 


Bacteriology 2 


Bacteriology 1 


Bacteriology2 


Bacteriology 1 


Bacteriology 




10-11 








Materia 
Medica 
Laboratory 


11-12 


Physiology 1 




Physiology 1 




Physiology 1 


12-1 


Anatomy 1 




Anatomy 1 




Anatomy 1 


Physiology 1 


2.30-3.30 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Anatomy 1 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Anatomy 1 


PhysiologyS 




3.30-4.40 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 




4.30-5.30 







Third Year. (Five year course.) 



Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9-10 


Pathology 2 
Bacteriology2 


Pathology 1 
Bacteriology 1 


Pathology 2 
Bacteriology2 


Pathology 1 
Bacteriologyl 


Pathology 1 
Bacteriologyl 


Materia 
Medica 


10-11 


Materia 
Medica 


Materia 
Medica 






11-12 










Practical 
Surgery 




12-1 






Practical 
Medicine 


Practical 
Medicine 


3-4 


Physiology4 


Practical 
Medicine 


Physiology4 


Practical 
Medicine 


Clinical 
Microscopy 

and 
Clinical 
Chemistry 




4-5 


Medicine 1 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Medicine 1 


Anatomy 
Laboratory 




5-6 


Surgery 1 


Surgery 1 





Fourth Year. 



Honr 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


0-10 














91-11 


Clinical 
Surgery 


Clinical 
Surgery 


Paediatrics 


Clinical 
Surgery 




Clinical 
Surgery 


11-12 


Surgical 
Ward Visits 




Surgical 
Ward Visits 




Surgical 
Ward Visits 




12-1 


Clinical 
Medicine 


Clinical 
Medicine 


Clinical 
Mediicne 




3-4 


Obstetrics 1 


Obstetrics 2 


Obstetrics 1 


Morbid 
Anatomy 


Obstetrics 2 




4-5 


Hygiene 


Hygiene 


Therapeutics 


Therapeutics 


Medicine 2 




5-6 


Surgery 2 


Medical 
Juris'dence 


Surgery 2 


Medicine 2 


Medical 
Juris'dence 





Fifth Year. 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9-10 












Clinical 
Paediatrics 


10-11 


Clinical 
Surgery 


Clinical 
Surgery 


Clinical 
Gynaecology 


Clinical 
Surgery 


Clinical 
Gynaecology 


Clinical 
[Surgery 


11-12 


Surgical 
Ward Visits 




Surgical 
Ward Visits 




Skin 
Diseases 




12-1 


Clinical 
Medicine 




Clinical 
Medicine 




Clinical 
Medicine 




3-4 








Operative 
Surgery 






4-5 


EyeEarNose 
&ThroatDis. 


Anatomy 3 




5-6 


Mental 
Diseases 


Mental 
Diseases 











A 



Balfjousiie ^nibersiitp. 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS. 



George S. Campbe'l, E^q., LL. D., Chairman. 

A. Stanley Mackenzie, Ph. D., D. C. L., LL D.. F. R. S. C. 

President of the University. 
His Worship the Mayor of Halifax, ex officio. 
A. H. MacKay. LL.D., F.R.S.G. 
Hon. W. S. Fielding. 
Charles ArchibaM, Esq., M. E. 
Hector Mclnnes, Esq., LL. B., K. C. 
Hon. George H. Murray, LL. D. 

C. H. Mitchell, Esq. 
Hon. W. B. Ross., K. C. 

G. Fred Pearson, Esq., LL. B. Vice-Chairman. 

W. H. Chase, Esq. 

W. Crowe, Esq., LL. B., K. C, Alumni Represenlativt 

Hon. R. G. Beazley, Eiw-, M. L. C. 

Hon.T. S. Rogers, Esq., B, A., LL.D., K. C. 

Eliza Ritchie, B. L., Ph. D., Alumnae Representative. 

D. Macgillivray, Esq. 

H. E. Mahon, Esq., B. A., LL. B., Alumni Representative. 

W. A. Black, Esq. 

Hon. R. B. Bennett, LL. D., K. C. 

W. E. Thompson, Esq., LL. B., Alumni Representative 

Rev. Clarence MacKinnon, M. A.. D. D., LL. D. 

Hector Mclnnes, Esq., LL. B., Treasurer. 
W. E. Thompson, Esq., LL. B., Secretary 
H. B. Stairs, Esq., B. A., LL. B., Assistant .Secreta-y 



SENATUS ACADEMICUS, 1921-1922. 



A. Stanley Mackenzie, Ph. D., D. C. L., LL. D., F. R. S. C 

President of the University. 
James Liechti, M. A., L. H. D. 

Archibald MacMechan, Ph. D., LL. D., F. R. S. C. 
Howard Murray, B.A., LL.D. 
Howard P. Jones, Ph. D. 
Murray Macneill, M.A. 
Howard L. Bronson, Ph. D., F.R.S.C. 
Donald S. Mcintosh, M. Sc. 
Frank Woodbury, D. D. S., LL. D. 
D. Fraser Harris, M. D., D. Sc, F. R. SS., E & C. 



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i 



Officers of Administration. vi 

Herbert L. Stewart, M. A., Pli. D., F. R. S. C. 
Donald A. MacRae, Ph. D. 

A. G. Nicholls, M. D., D. Sc, F. R. S. C. 

John Cameron, M, D., D. Sc, F. R. SS. E. & C, M. R. C. S. 

John Stewart, M. B., C. M., LL. D. 

G. E. Wilson, M. A. 

C. B. Nickerson, M. A. 

J. A. Dawson, Ph. D. 

W. P. Copp, B. A., B. Sc, A. M. E. I. C. 

B. C. Hunt, B. B. A. 

J. E. Read, B. A., B. C. L. 
W. H. Hattie, M. D., C. M. 
L. M. Silver, M. B. C. M. 
F. W. Ryan, D. D. S. 
H. F. Munro, M. A. 

Dean H. Murray, Secretary. 

Committee on Admission. 

Professor Macneill, Chairman Dean Murray. 

Dean MacRae. Prof. Eraser Harris. 

Dean Woodbury. 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION. 



A. Stanley Mackenzie, Ph. D., D. C. L., LL. D., F. R. S. C. 

President of the University. 

Howard Murray, B. A., LL. D., Dean of the University. 

Donald A. MacRae, Ph. D., Dean of the Faculty of Law. 

John Stewart, M. B., CM., LL. D., Dean of the Faculty of 
Medicine. 

Frank Woodbury, D D S., LL. D., Dean of the Faculty of 
Dentistry. 

Murray Macneill, M. A., Registrar of the University. 

W. A. Evans, Esq., Secretary Head Quarters' Conference, 12 
King's Bench Walk, Temple, London, Eng., Honorary Repre- 
sentative in Great Britain. 

A. MacMechan, Ph. D., LL. D., F. R. S. C, Librarian of the 
University Library. 

M. Josephine Shannon,) a ■ , . tt • ■. t l 

Zaidee A Harris i ■^•^^"^"'*' University Librarians. 

Florence E. Macdonald, Assistant Medical Librarian. 

H. Joyce Harris, Bursar and Secretary to the President. 

Edith B. Clark, Assistant Registrar. 

Gladys M. Littler, Assistant in Dental Infirmary. 

W. L. Harper, Business Manager. 



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Academic Staff. ix 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE, 1921-1922 

A. Stanley Mackenzie, B. A. (Dal.), Ph. D. (J. H. U.), D. C. L. 
(Vind.), LL. D. (Queen's and McGill), F. R. S. C, 

President of the University. 
M. A. Curry, B. A. (Vind.), M. D. (Univ. N. Y.), Emeritus 

Professor of Clinical Gynaecology, 71 Morris St. 
Murdoch Chish6lm,M. D. C. M. , (McGill), L. R. C. P. (Lond.), 

LL. D. (Dal.), Professor of Clinical Surgery, 303 Brunswick 

Street. 
William H. Hattie, M. D., C. M. (McGill, Provincial Health 

Officer, Professor of Mental Diseases ayid Lecturer on Hygiene, 

Dartmouth. 
Louis M. Silver, B. A., (Vind.),M. B., C. M. {^Ain.), Professor 

of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine, 65 Morris Street. 
John Stewart, M. B., C. M. (Edin.), LL. D. (Edin. and Dal.), 

Professor of Surgery., 28 South St. 
E. V. Hogan, M. D., C. M. (McGill), M. R. C. S. (Eng.), L. 

R. C. P. (Lond.), Professor of Surgery and of Clinical Surgerv, 

37 College St. 
Howard L. Bronson, B. A., Ph. D. (Yale), F. R. S. C, George 

Munro Professor of Plivsics, .366 Morris St. 
D. Fraser Harris, M. B., C. M., M. D. (Glasg.), B. Sc. (Lond.), 

D. Sc. (Birm.), F. R. SS. E. & C, Professor of Physiology. 
H. K. MacDonald, M. D., C. M. (McGill), Professor of Clinical 

Surgery, 317 Barrington St. 
A. G. Nicholls, M. A., M. D., C. M., D. Sc. (McGill), F. R. S. 

C, Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, 6 Studley St. 
John Cameron. M. D. (Edin.), D. Sc. (St. And.), F. R. SS. 

E. & C, M. R. C. S., Campbell Memorial Professor of An- 
atomy, University Hall. 

W. Bruce Almon, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics, 35 Hollis St. 

C. B. Nickerson, A. M. (Clarke), Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

J. H. L, Johnstone, M. Sc. (Dal.), Ph. D. (Yale), Associate 
Professor of Physics, bV/i LeMarchant St. 

James Arthur Dawson, B. A. (Dal.), Ph. D. {YntXei), Associate 
Professor of Biology, University Hall. 

Hugh Philip Beil, M. Sc. (Dal.), Assistant Professor of Biology, 
on leave of absence during 1921-1922. 

George F. Sleggs, B. Sc. (Liver.), Assistatit Professor of Biology. 

Walter A. Peck, B. A. (Colgate), Assistant Professor of Chemistry , 

James R. Corston, B. A., M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Ther- 
apeutics. 

Kenneth A MacKenzie, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Med- 
icine and Clinical Medicine, 39 Spring Garden Road. 

Philip Weatherbe, M. B., Ch. B. (Edin.), Lcc//< cr on Surgery 
and Demonstrator of Operative .Surgery, 66 Queen St. 

R. E. Mathers, M. D. (New York), Lecturer on Diseases of the 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, 34 V2 Morris St. 

J. G. MacDougall, M. D., C. M. (McGill), Lecturer on Surgety 
and Clinical Surgery, 95 Spring Garden Road. 

George H. Murphy, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Clinical 
Surgery, 28 Carleton St. 

Charles S. Morton, M. D. (Tor.), Lecturer on Gynaecology, 52 
Spring Garden Road. 

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X Academic Staff. 

M. J. Carney, B. A. (Dal.), M. D., C. M. (McGill), Lecturer on 

Paediatrics, 115 Oxford St. 
Frank G. Mack. M. B. (Tor.(, Lecturer on Skin Diseases, 140 

Spring Garden Road. 
G. A. Macintosh, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Medicine. 

D. J. MacKenzie, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Pathology 

and Bacteriology. 

P. A. MacDonald, M. D., C. M. (McGill), Lecturer on Prac- 
tical Obstetrics, 317 Barrington St. 

G. A. Burbidge, Member of N. S. Pharm. Soc, Lecturer and 
Demotistrator in Materia Medica, 137 Hollis St, 

J. L. Churchill, M. D., C. M. (McGill), Lecturer on Medical 
Jurisprudence, 7 Quinpool Road. 

E. Kirk Made an, M. D.,C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Obstetrics, 

119 Spring Garden Road. 

Harry G. Grant, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), M. R. C. S., L. R. C. P. 
(Lond.), Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, 90^2 Gottingen St. 

T. D. Sieniewi.z, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Lecturer on Clinical 
Medicine. 

S.R.Johnston, M. D., C. M., (Dal.) , Lecturer on Clinical Medi- 
cine 

A. C. Jest, M. D., C. M. {McGill) , Lecturer on Hygiene. 

H. A. Chisholm, C. M. G., M. D., C. M. (McGill), Lecturer 

on Hygiene. 
Merle P. Colpitt, M. A. (Dal.), Instructor in Physics, 34Coburg 

Road. 

E. Walter Todd, B. A. (Dal.), histructor in Chemistry, Com- 

modore Apartments. 

B. F. Royer, M. D. (Jeflf.), Director of Public Health Course for 

Nurses, Province Building. 

Jessie Ross, Assistant Director of Public Health Course for Nurses. 

Lewis Thomas, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), M. R. C. S. (Eng.), L. R. 
C. P. (Lond.), Demonstrator of Practical Surgery, 299 Bruns- 
wick St. 

J. F. Lessel, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Demonstrator of Anaesthetics, 
151 South Park St. 

F. E. Lawlor, M. D., C. M. (McGill), Demonstrator of Mental 

Diseases, Dartmouth. 
W. Allan Curry, M. D., C. M. (McGill), F. R. C. S. E. 
H. B. Atlee, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), F. R.^ 

C.S. (Edin.), F. R. S. M. (Lond.) f n > , f 

J .G. D. Campbell, M. D., C. M. (Dal.)> Demonstrators of 

G. W. Grant, B. A. (Dal.), M. B., Ch. B.| anatomy. 

(Edin.) ^ 

H. W. Schwartz, M. D., C. M. (Dal.), Assistant in Histology, 

41 Windsor St. 
Margaret L. Low, Demonstrator in Physiology, 7 Oakland Road. 
P. D. McLarren, M. D.,C.M. (Dal.), Assistant in Practical 

Physiology, 317 Barrington St. 
W. L. Muir, M. D., C. M. (McGill), Demonstrator of Anaesthetics, 

245 Robie St. 
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Academic Staff 

J. N. Lyons, M. D., G. M., Demonstrator of Bacteriology. 

255 Tower Road. 
Deafi of the Faculty, Dr. Stewart. 
Secretary of the Faculty, Prof. Harris. 

i President Mackenzie. 
Dean Stewart, Prof. Harris, Sec. 
Prof. Nicholls. 
Dr. MacDougall. 



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Jfatultp of iletiinne. 



Preliminary Statement. 

In accordance with an agreement entered into in 1911 
between the Governors of Dalhousie University and the 
Corporation of the Hahfax Medical College, the work of 
the latter institution was forthwith discontinued, and 
instruction in all subjects of the medical curriculum was 
undertaken by the University. 

By an arrangement between Dalhousie University 
and the Provincial Medical Board of Nova Scotia, the 
Professional examinations are conducted conjointly 
by the University and the Board, and hence candidates 
ma}^ qualify at the same time for the academic degree 
and the Hcense of the Board. 

Important Notice. 

Students who look forward to practising in some 
other province are reminded that they must conform 
to the regulations prescribed by the Medical Board 
or Council of that province. Official information rela- 
tive to the regulations for license to practice in the 
various provinces may be obtained from the Registrars 
of the Provincial Medical Boards or Co^incils. The 
names and addresses of the Registrars of the Medical 
Boards for the Maritime Provinces and Newfoundland 
are as follows: 

Nova Scotia, Dr. W. H. Hattie, Halifa.x. 

New Brunswick, Dr. Stewart Skinner, St. John. 

Prince Edward Island, Dr. S. R. Jenkins, Charlottetown. 

Newfoundland, Dr. H. Rendell, St. John's. 

Privileges. 

The General Medical Council of the United Kingdom 
admits graduates in Medicine of Dalhousie University 
who are at the same time duly registered in the Medical 
Register of Nova Scotia, to the privileges of registration 
in the Colonial List of the British Medical Register. 
Such graduates thereby become entitled to the same 
privileges as persons registered in the regular Home 
Register. These privileges include the right to prac- 
tise in Britain and in certain British colonies and other 
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Faculty of Medicine. 98 

countries; also admission to the army and other medi- 
cal services. Graduates of Dalhousie University are 
accordinglv eligible for nomination under the following 
Militia Order: 

"The Imperial Army Council has intimated that two 
^'commissions in the Royal Army Medical Corps will be 
"granted annually to candidates who have qualified in 
"the Medical Schools of Canada." 

For information relative to registration in the Colon- 
ial List of the British Register application should be 
made to the Medical Registrar of Nova Scotia. In- 
formation with regard to the Army Commissions will be 
furnished on application to the Militia Headquarters of 
the nearest Command or District. 

Equipment. 

The University laboratories of Physics and Chemis- 
try are in the new Science Building on the Studley 
site. The University laboratory of Biology, the equip- 
ment of which has been largely increased through the 
generosity of Sir James H. Dunn, of London, is in the 
Forrest Building. In this building are also the Medical 
laboratories of Anatomy, Pharmacy, Histology and 
Physiology. The laboratory of Pathology and Bacter- 
iology, which has been erected and equipped by the 
Hospital Commission in connection with the Victoria 
General Hospital, is available for the use of medical 
students and affords superior facilities for both elemen- 
tary and advanced study of these subjects. 

A new building for Physiology, Bio-Chemistry, 
Pharmacology and Hygiene is nearing completion, and 
a beginnmg has been made on a building to serve 'as an 
out-patient clinic and public health centre. 

As a result of a very satisfactory Anatomy Act, there 
is an ample supply of material for dissection and for 
Operative Surgery. In addition to mounted skeletons, 
there is a large supply of disarticulate bones, which are 
loaned to students free of charge for study at home. 

The clinical advantages enjoyed by students in Hali- 
fax are exceptionally good, owing to arrangements by 
which Students are admitted for purposes of Chemical 
instruction to the wards of the Victoria General Hos- 
pital, the Children's Hospital (50 beds), the Tuberculosis 

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99 Academ c Year. 

Hospital (60 beds), the Lying-in and Hospital wards 
of the City Home, and the Nova Scotia Hospital for 
mental diseases. The four first-named institutions 
adjoin the University grounds. The University gave 
a site to the Salvation Armv for the erection of a Mater- 
nity Hospital with 70 beds which cost $330,000. In 
return the University has the privilege of using all the 
free beds for clinical teaching. 

The Victoria General Hospital, which accommodates 
230 patients, affords admirable opportunities for the ob- 
servation and study of the more acute and serious forms 
of disease. In its special wards, diseases of women 
and children, skin diseases and diseases of the eye, ear, 
throat and nose, are clinically studied. In the Hospital 
wards of the City Home, near by, are found the more 
chronic and incurable forms of disease; while in the 
Lying-in wards of the same institution, students are 
afforded facilities for acquiring experience in Practical 
Obstetrics. 

In the Nova Scotia Hospital, accommodating 430 
patients, students are able to study clinically the vari- 
ous forms of mental and nervous diseases. 

Besides the above institutions, the Visiting Dispen- 
sary, which is open daily, provides the opportunities for 
observation and study commonly afforded by the out- 
patient department of hospitals. Clinical instruction 
is also given here in the diseases of the eye and ear. 

Public Health Nursing. 

In March, 1920, the University initiated a Course in 
Public Health Nursing for graduate nurses. It is in- 
tended to continue it from year to year. A circular 
giving details of the Course can be had on application 
to the University Office. 

General University Regulations. 

University regulations applicable to the students of 
all Faculties and relating to registration, residence, 
church attendance, discipline, etc., will be found in the 
University Calendar, pp. 17-20. 

Academic Year. 

The Academic Year consists of one session of eight 
months' duration. The session of 1922-23 will begin on 
Wednesday, Sept. 27th, 1922, and end on Saturday, 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE 



Change in requirements for entrance to the six 
year course in Medicine. 

Beginning with the session of 1923-24, the entrance 
requirements v.ill be complete Arts Matriculation, and, 
in addition, 

(a) a certificate of having made a minimum of 50 per 
cent, in each of the following subjects of Grade 
XII: — English, History, Latin, French, Algebra 
Geometry, Trigonometry and Physics, 

or (b) a certifcate of having attended and passed at 
some degree-granting college or university approv- 
ed by the Senate for the purpose the following sub- 
jects of the first year of Arts: — English, History. 
Latin, French, Mathematics and elementary Physics. 



Faculty of Medicine. 100 

May 26th, 1923, except for students of the fifth year, 
in whose case the session will begin on Sept. 13th and 
end on May 10th. No student will be admitted after 
12, noon, Saturday, Oct. 7th. 

Degrees. 

Two medical degrees are conferred, viz.. Doctor of 
Medicine (M. D.) and Master of Surgery (C. M.); but 
neither degree is conferred on any person who does not 
at the same time obtain the other. 

Admission and Grading. 

1. All Undergraduates in Medicine are admitted 
to the full work of the first year. So also are Mat- 
riculants in Medicine, that is, those who are admitted 
to the study of Medicine deficient in some subject 
of IMatriculation; but they are reuuired to complete their 
Matriculation before being admitted to the second year of 
the course. 

2. For admission to any class of the second or any 
higher year, an undergraduate must have passed the 
examinations required in all the subjects of the preced- 
ing years. 

3. Subject to the University regulations for the ad- 
mission of students (see University Calendar, page 10). 
a Special student may be admitted to classes in this 
Faculty, but his attendance is not recognized as quali- 
fying for a degree. 

Women are admitted to classes under the same con- 
ditions as men. 

No person under sixteen years of age is admitted to 
any class. 

Matriculation. 

Full details of the requirements for Matriculation 
will be found in the University Calendar, pp. 11-16, 

Curriculum.! 

The course for the degrees of Doctor of Medicine and 
Master of Surgery extends over six years. Detailed 

tit is to be distinctly understood that the regulations regarding courses of 
study, examinations, fees, etc., contained in this Calendar are intended for the 
current year only, and that the Faculty does n9t hold itself bound to adhere ab- 
solutely to the curriculum and conditions now laid down. 

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lUl 



Curriculum 



^ur^fT regarding the classes included in it will be 
^und under "courses of instruction," (pp. 109 7t ea) 
The course IS as follows: yyy- ^^^ ei seq.) 



Physics 1. 
Chemistry lA, 



First Year. 



(Six Year Course) 
Biology IB, 
English lA. 



osonhv F "^^ ^'°"' ^^T'^"" language, History, Phil- 
Se"^' jf.T'^-'''^ ^°^^'^"^! ^^^^"^^' Government, 
or tw;Vears^^^^^ '""'" " ''^'"' '' ""^' '^ ^^^^ 



Physics 20 
Chemistry 3 and 4. 
Practical Anatomy 



Second Year (Six Year Course) 

Histology. 
Embryology. 
And an elective 
first year. 



as under 



Third Year, 

Anatomy 1. 
Practical Anatomy. 
Physiology 1, 3. 
Bio-Chemistry 1, 3. 



(Six Year Course.) 
Bacteriology 1, 2. 
Practical Materia Medica. 
Psychology, or French, or 
German. 



The curriculum for the remaining years of the six vear 
course has not yet been finally determined ^ 

course L"":"^^^^"^ ^°^ '^^'^ ^^ill following the five year 



Third Year. 

Practical Anatomy. 
Physiology 4. 
Pathology 1 and 2. 
Bacteriology 1 and 2. 
Clinical Microscopy and 
Clinical Chemistry. 

Fourth Year. 

Surgery 2. 
Clinical Surgery. 
Medicine 2. 
Clinical Medicine. 
Paediatrics. 
Obstetrics, 1 and 2. 
Practical Obstetrics. 

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(Five Year Course.) 

Materia Medica. 
Surgery 1. 
Practical Surgery. 
Medicine 1. 
Practical Medicine. 

(Five year course). 

Medical Jurisprudence, 

Therapeutics. 

Hygiene. 

Morbid Anatomy, 

Post Mortems. 

Hospital. 

Dispensary. 



Faculty of Medicine. 102 

Fifth Year. (Five year course). 

Anatomy 3. Skin Diseases. 

Operative Surgery. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Clinical Surgery " Diseases. 

Clinical Medicine. Dressing. 

Clinical Paediatrics. Clerking. 

Clinical Obstetrics. Vaccination. 

Practical Obstetrics. Post IMortems. 

Clinical Gvnaecologv. Hospital. 

Mental Diseases. Medical Ethics. 

Regulations for Degrees. 

In addition to the Matriculation or Preliminary ex- 
amination, candidates for degrees are required to pass 
six Professional examinations. The requirements in 
each subject are covered by the work of the class or 
classes in that subject specified under "Courses of 
Instruction" (pp. 109, et seq.). The examination in the 
various subjects will be held in the dates set in the 
University Almanac, or posted on the Notice Boards, 
and are arranged as follows: 

♦First Professional Examination. (Six year course). 

One paper in each of the following subjects: Chem- 
istry, Physics, Biology, English and an elective. 

Second Professional Examination. (Six year course). 

One paper in each of the following subjects: Physics, 
Histology, Embryology, an elective; one paper and a 
practical' examination in Chemistry; an oral examination 
in Anatomy. 

Third Professional Examination. (Six year course). 

One paper and an oral examination in (a) Anatomy, 
including Embryology, (b) Bacteriology, (c) Materia 
Medica ; one paper and an oral and practical examination 
in Physiology, including Histology; one paper and aprac- 
tical examination in Bio-Chemistry; one paper in an 
elective. 

Third Professional Examination. (Five Year Course) 

An oral examination in Anatomy; one paper and 
an oral examination in (a) Pathology, (b) Bacterio- 
logy, and (c) Materia Medica; one paper in each of the 

♦Candidates are permitted certain modifications of the above order so far a3 
regards the first and second Professional examinations, subject to the regulations 
under "Admission to Examinations." See p. 97. 

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103 Admission to Examinations. 

following: (a) Physiology, (b) Surgery, (c) Medicine; 
and a practical examination in Clinical Microscopy and 
Clinical Chemistry. 

Fourth Professional Examination. (Five year course). 

One paper in each of the following subjects: (a) 
Surgery, (6) Medicine, (c) Paediatrics, (d) Obstetrics 
and Gynaecology, (e) Medical Jurisprudence, (/") Thera- 
peutics, (g) Hygiene. 

Fifth or Final Professional Examination. (Five year course). 

One paper and an oral examination in each of the 
following subjects: (a) Surgery in all departments and 
including Surgical Anatomy, (6) Medicine in all depart- 
ments, and Therapeutics, (c) Obstetrics and Diseases 
of Women and Children, (d) Mental Diseases. Also 
a practical clinical examination in (/") Surgery and 
in (g) Medicine. 

Pass and Distinction Lists. 

The names of candidates successful in the examina- 
tions are arranged in the published lists in two divisions, 
the Pass and Distinction divisions. To pass, a candi- 
date must obtain a minimum mark of 40 per cent, 
in English and electives, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, 
and a minimum mark of 50 per cent, in all other sub- 
jects. To win Distinction in any subject he must obtain 
a mark of 75 per cent, or over in that subject. The 
names in the "pass" division of the list are arranged in 
alphabetical order; the "distinctions" are in order of 
merit. 

Admission to Examinations. 

Candidates for admission to Degree examinations 
must conform to the following requirements: 

1. They must have satisfied the Matriculation or 
Preliminary requirements (see under "Admission and 
Grading" sec. 1, p. 100.) 

2. They must have attended the prescribed classes 
regularly and punctually. Certificates indicating less 
than 90 per cent, of attendance upon any class will not 
in ordinary circumstances be accepted. 

3. They must have prepared such exercises, reports, 
etc., as may be prescribed, and, in the case of classes in- 

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Faculty of Medicine. 104 

volving laboratory or practical work, they must have 
completed such work satisfactorily. 

4. For admission to the examinations of the second 
or any higher year they must have passed the examina- 
tions of all previous years. 

5. Candidates for the Final Professional examina- 
tion will be required to subscribe to the following de- 
claration with regard to their age: 

Halifax 19 . . 

I, the undersigned, being desirous of obtaining the Degrees of 
Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery, do hereby declare that 
I have attained the age of twenty-one years (or, if the case be other- 
wise, that I shall have attained the age of twenty-one before the 
next graduation day). 

(Signed) 

They must also present satisfactory certificates of 
having fulfilled the following requirements: — 

i. Attended during two periods of at least 6 months 
each the practice of the V. G. Hospital. 

ii. Attended during at least 6 months additional 
the practice of the Halifax Dispensary. 

iii. Served at least 6 months as a Clinical Clerk in 
the Medical Wards of the V. G. Hospital, and having 
taken complete histories of at least 15 Medical Cases. 

iv. Served for a similar period as Dresser in the 
Surgical Wards, and having taken complete histories 
of at least 15 Surgical Cases. 

V. Attended a course in Operative Surgery, and 
having performed operations on the dead body to the 
satisfaction of the Teacher. 

vi. Attended at least 6 Maternity Cases under a 
recognized practitioner. 

vii. Received instruction and attained proficiency 
in the administration of Anaesthetics. 

viii. Received instruction and attained proficiency 
in the practice of Vaccination. 

ix. Attended the Post Mortem Examinations at 
the V. G. Hospital during at least 6 months, and having 
received practical instruction in the methods of making 
such examinations and in framing Reports. 

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105 Exemptions. 

Supplementary Examinations. 

1. A candidate who passes in a majority of the sub- 
jects required at the annual examinations at the end of 
the first and second years and in all but three subjects 
at the end of the third and subsequent years, may pre- 
sent himself at the supplementary examinations next 
ensuing in the subjects in which he fails. On passing 
such examinations he will be allowed his year. 

2. A candidate who has failed to pass in the required 
number of subjects at the regular examinations or has 
failed to pass all subjects in the next ensuing supplemen- 
tary examinations must repeat his attendance in all the 
courses of the year, before being allowed to again present 
himself for examination. 

3. Supplementary examinations are held in the 
Autumn on the dates specified in the University Al- 
manac, and during the regular Professional examina- 
tions in May, but at no other times. 

4. Application for admission to a Supplementary 
examination must be made on or before the date set in 
the University Almanac for receiving applications, on a 
form to be obtained from the University office and must 
be accompanied by the proper fee. 

Exemptions. 

Candidates may be exempted from attendance on one 
or more subjects of the first five years of the medical 
curriculum on presenting certificates. 

(a) of having passed the Matriculation, or an 
equivalent examination after the completion 
of their sixteenth year, and before entering the 
classes of the first year of the medical course ; and 

^ (b) of having attended and performed the required 
^ class-work at any medical school or college re- 

cognized by the Senate. 

Candidates may be exempted from examination in 
one or more subjects of the first five Professional ex- 
aminations on presenting in addition to the certificates 
specified under (a) and (6) above, certificates of having 
passed equivalent examinations at any medical school 
or college recognized by the Senate for the purpose. 

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Faculty of Medicine. 106 

Sponsio Academica. 

Before admission to his degree, a candidate shall be 
required to sign the following oath or affirmation: — 

In faculate Medicinae Universitatis Dalhousianae. 

Ego, Doctoratus in Arte Medica titulo jam donandus, sancto 
coram Doceordium scutatore, spondeo: — me in omni grati animi 
officio erga Universitatem Dalhousianam ad extremum vitae 
halitum, perseveraturum. Turn porro Artem Medicam caute, 
caste, pro! eque exercitaturum et quoad potero, omnia ad aegro- 
torum corfjorum salutem conducentia, cum fide prociraturum. 
Quae denique, inter medendum visa vel audita silere conveniat, 
non sine gravi causa vulgaturum. Ita praesens mihi spondenti 
adsit Numen. 

Medals and Prizes. 

University Medal in Medicine. — This medal will 
be awarded on graduation to the student who stands 
first at the Final j\I. D.," C. M. examination, provided 
he shall have obtained Distinction in at least four of the 
subjects of examination, and has reached an exception- 
ally high standing on the work of the last three years 
of the course. 

The Dr. Lindsay Prize. — A prize of books will be a- 
warded to the student who stands first among those tak- 
ing the second Professional examination, provided he 
shall have obtained Distinction in at least two of the 
subjects of examination. 

Professor Cameron's Prize. — A prize of books will 
be awarded to the student of the first year who makes 
the highest mark in the Practical Anatomy class. 

Professor D. Fraser Harris' Prize. — This prize is 
aw^arded to the student in the Histology class who 
makes the best collection of microscopic prepara- 
tions, together with the best set of drawings. 

Fees. 

All fees and deposits are payable in advance, and until 
these are paid the student will not receive credit for attend- 
ance upon any class. 

*For Registration. 
Payable by students taking only one class in the Uni- 
versity $ 3 . 00 

Payable by students taking more than one class 5 00 

Additional, for registration after the beginning of lectures 2.00 

*Students who register only for the purpose of taking examinations are 
exempt from the payment of this fee. 

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107 Fees for Certificates and Diplomas. 

The Registration Fee entitles the student to the use of 
the University Library, the Medical Library, Athletic 
Field and Student Building. 

For Tuition. 

Payable by Students Taking Individual Classes. 

Practical Anatomy, each year. Biology IB $40.00 

Anatomy 1, Physiology 2 and 3, Pathology 2, each 35.00 

All other classes, each 30 . 00 

Admission to Victoria General Hospital, Hospital Labor- 
atory, Children's Hospital, Maternity Hospital, 

Dispensary, each 5 . 00 

The fees payable for attendance upon classes a second 
time shall be in accordance with the above schedule, 
but the total tuition fee for such classes shall in no case 
exceed one hundred and twenty-five dollars, exclusive 
of fees for admission to hospitals, etc. 

The amount payable by a candidate for a degree who 
may be completing his course by attendance of only one 
year at Dalhousie University, shall be in accordance 
with the above schedule, provided that the amount so 
payable be in no case less than two hundred dollars. 

Inclusive Fee Payable by Students Taking the Regular 
Classes of Any Year of the Curriculum. 

For each year $200.00 

This includes registration, tuition, hospitals, laboratory and 
the regular sessional examinations. Students taking the affiliated 
course in Arts or Scienre and Medicine will pay the fees for 
courses as in Arts during the first three years and the full rate of 
$200.00 for the fourth year. That is, all students affiliated in 
Arts or Science and Medicine will pay the full medical fees for 
five years of their medical course. 

For Examinations. 

An application for an examination must be accompanied by 
the proper fee. 

Matriculation examination at an outside centre $ 5 . 00 

tSpecial Matriculation examination 4 . 00 

Individual subjects of medical examination, each subject 5.00 

Supplementary examinations, each subject 10.00 

For Certificates and Diplomas. 

An application for a Certificate or Diploma must be accom- 
panied by the proper fee. 

tA Matriculation examination taken by a student after his second Autumn 
term of attendance at the University will be charged for, as a Special examination 
($4.00) if taken in January, as a Supplementsry ($2.00) if taken in September. 

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Faculty of Medicine. 108 

Certificate under the University seal $ 1 .00 

For M. D., C. M. Diploma (payable before the final ex- 
amination and returnable in case of failure) 10.00 

Diploma, payable by those attending less than 4 years 30.00 

Diploma, extra when conferred ifi absentia 5.00 

See pages 19 and 20 of full calendar for 
Caution Deposit, 
Laboratory Deposits, 

Fee for Support of Student Organizations, 
Students' Loan Fund. 



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109 Course of Instruction. 

COURSES OF INSTRUCTION. 



I. — Physics. 

{George Munro Professorship). 
Professor Howard L. Bronson, Ph.D., F. R. S. C. 

Associate Professor J. H. L.Johnstone, M. B. E., Ph.D 

Instructor Merle P. Colpitt, M. A. 

1. General Physics. — Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10-11 
a. m. 

Pre-requisite. — Matriculation Mathematics and Physics. 

The whole subject of Experimental Physics is taken up, the 
subjects treated being: Kinematics, Dynamics, Properties of 
Matter, Sound, Heat, Electricity and Magnetism, Light and other 
forms of Radiation. The lectures are illustrated by experiments, 
and special attention is paid to the solution of problems, all 
students being required to hand in papers for correction and 
criticism. 

Two hours a week are devoted to laboratory work. The 
laboratory class is divided into three sections which meet on 
Monda}^ and Wednesday 11a. m. — -1 p. m., and Friday 2.30 — 5.30 
p. m. The experiments selected for the course are designed to 
acquaint the student with the methods and instruments used in 
physical measurement. They will also assist him in grasping 
that part of the subject which is taught in the lectures. 
Text Books: Kimball: College Physics. 

20. Light, Sound, and Electricity. — Lectures: Monday and 
Wednesday, 9-10 a. m. Laboratory: Monday 2.30-5.30. 

Pre-requisite. — Physics 1. 

This course is primarily intended for second year students in 
Medicine and Dentistry and special attention will be given to those 
parts of the subject of especial interest to them. It may be elected 
by many students who are properly qualified. 

II. — Chemistry. 

{McLeod Professorship). 

Professor 

Associate Professor C. B. Nickerson, A. M. 

Assistant Professor W. A. Peck, B. A. 

Demonstrator E. W. Todd, B. A. 

lA. General Chemistry. — Lectures: Monday, Wednesday and 

Friday, 9-10 a. m. Laboratory: Tuesday and Thursday, or 

Monday and Wednesday, 5.30 p. m. 

Lectures on General Chemistry covering the same ground as 
in Chemistry 1 in the Faculty of Arts and Science (Univer- 
sity, Calendar, p. 73. At least six hours a week must be devoted 
to laboratory work. 

Te.\t Book: Smith: General Chemistry for Colleges. 

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Faculty of Medicine. 110 

3. Metals and Qualitative Analysis. — Lectures: Saturday, 
9-10 a. m. Laboratory: Tuesday and Thursday, 10-12 a. m. 

Pre-requisite. — Chemistry lA. 

Class Work. — Metals and their compounds, with special re- 
ference to those having medicinal or dental uses or toxic proper- 
ties; elements of Physical Chemistry. 

Laboratory Work. — Qualitative analysis, including the de- 
tection of the more commonly occurring poisons. 

Text Books: Smith: General Chemistry for Colleges. F. M. Perkin: Qualitative 
Chemical Analysis. 

4. Organic Chemistry. — Lectures: Tuesday and Thursday, 
9-10 a. m. 

Pre-requisite. — Chemistry lA. 

Purification and analysis of carbon compounds. The paraf- 
fins, ethylene, acetylene, benzine, and their chief derivatives, 
especially those met with in Phj-siology and Therapeutics. In 
the laboratory a few typical carbon compounds are prepared and 
studied. 

Text Book: Remsen: Compounds of Carbon, 5th edition. 

III.— Biology. 

Associate Professor J. A. Dawson, Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor Hugh P. Bell, M.Sc, AI.A. 

IB. General Biology. — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 9-10 
a. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3.30-5.30 p. m., or 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10-12 a. m. 

The aim of this course is to acquaint the student with some 
of the more important biological facts and theories and results of 
biological work, particularly with those having a bearing on 
Medical Science, also to serve as an introduction to biological 
methods. It includes a general survey of the plant and animal 
kingdoms with particular emphasis on the study of vertebrate 
types as well as discussion of topics of fundamental biological, e. g., 
protoplasm, cell and cell structure, reproduction, inheritance, 
variation, adaptation, immunity, evolution, etc. 

IV. — Anatomy. 

{Dr. D. G. J. Campbell Memorial Professorship). 
Professor John Cameron, M. D., D. Sc, F.R.SS.E. & C. 

(w. Alan Curry, M. D., C. M., F. R. C. S. 

Demonstrators < H. B. Atlee, M. C, M. D., C. M. 

JG. W. Grant, M. C, B. A., M. B., Ch. B. 

Lectures. 
1. General Anatomy. — Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 12-1 
p. m., and Tuesday and Thursday, 2.30 — 3.30 p. m. 

This course is intended for third year students. Osteology 
and Arthrology will first be dealt with. The entire skeleton will 
be carefully studied, all the bones and joints being examined in 
detail. All the ordinary bones of the skeleton" are supplied to 

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Ill Courses of Instruction. 

students, both in the Practical Anatomy Room, and for study at 
home, on their making a deposit of the proper fee; but students 
are expected to provide themselves with the bones of the head. 

The latter part of the course will be devoted to the considera- 
tion of the Regional Anatomy of the body. Lectures will be 
illustrated by fresh dissections, plates, diagrams and models. 

Text Books: Cameron: Rrgional Anatomy. Cameron: Osteology & Arth- 
Tology. 

2. Human Embryology. — Friday, 9-10 a. m. 

A course of lectures and demonstrations to students of the 
second year, devoted to an elementary study of the development 
of the form, organs and tissues of the human body. 

Text Book: Patterson: Manuel of Embryology. 

3. Surgical Anatomy. — Friday, 4-5 p. m. 

This course, to be taken by students of the final year, will, 
consist of additional lectures and demonstrations on those portions 
of anatomy which are essential for the understanding of practical 
medicine and surgery and is therefore intended for students who 
are engaged in clinical work. 

Practical Anatomy. 

Special attention will be given to this branch. The dissecting 
room will be open daily, except vSaturday, and will be under 
the direct supervision of the Professor of Anatomy, assisted 
by the Demonstrators, one or other of whom, in addition to the 
Professor, will be present during the hours while the class is in 
session every day, so that each student will be frequently examined 
and assisted during the progress of his dissections. 

The course extends over three years, during which the stu- 
dent is required to have dissected each "part" twice. 

Text Book: Cameron: Regional Anatomy, 

A Tutorial Class in Osteology, for medical students of the 
second year, is held once a week. 

Text Book: Cameron: Osteology & Arlhrology. 

V. — Physiology. 

Professor D. Eraser Harris, M. D., D. Sc, F. R. SS. E. & C. 

Technician Margaret Low. 

The courses in Physiology and Practical Physiology include 
the study of the minute structure of the tissues and organs of 
man and the mammalia, and the composition and functions of 
the tissufes, organs and systems of the human body. 

Lecture Courses. 

1. General Physiology. — Moniiy, Wsin:slay ail Fridiy 
11 — 12 a. m., Saturday, 13 — 1 p. m. 

Pre-requisites. — Second year Medical classes. 

This course consists of 100 lectures and is designed to give 
the students of the third year a knowledge of the elements of 

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Faculty of Medicine. 112 

Human Physiology, especially in its relations to practical medicine. 
The lectures will include the physiology of the sense organs, 
the nervous system and reproduction. 

4. Advanced Physiology. — Monday and Wednesday, 3-4 p. m. 

Pre-requisite. — Physiology 1. 

This course is intended for students of the third year, and will 
treat of such subjects as have not been dealt with in Physiology I. 

Text Books: Howell: Text Book of Physiology. Fraser Harris: Nerves; Home 
University Library., 

' Practical Physiology. 

2. Histology. — Tuesday and Thursday. 

This course, which consists of at least 50 meetings of two 
hours each, is intended for students of the second year. It is de- 
signed to give the student a knowledge of the minute struc- 
ture of the blood and all the tissues and organs of the human 
body. 

The student will also be instructed in the methods of fixing, 
staining and examining tissues, as well as in the use of the mi- 
crotome for cutting sections in paraffin and in gum. 

Text Books: Shafer: Essentials of Histology.; Latest edition:, Jordan- 
Ferguson: Text Book of Histology. Pinsal; S'ormal Histology 

3. (a) Experimental Physiology. — First Term, Friday, 2.30 — 
4.30 p. m. 

This course is intended for students of the third year. It 
is designed to give students a practical acquaintance with the 
methods of the graphic recording of physiological phenomena. 

{b) Bio-Chemistry. — Second Term, Friday, 2.30 — 4.30 p. m. 

This course is intended for students of the third year. It is 
designed to give students a practical acquaintance with the chemi- 
cal nature of the secretions, excretions and fluids of the body, as 
well as that of the food-stuffs. 

Text Books: Shafer: Experimental Physiology. Haliburton: Essentials of 
Chemical Physiology ;Late3t edition:; or, Ruttan and Harding: Laboratory Courses 
in Chemistry for Medical Students; or, Bunge-Plimmer: Organic Chemistry for 
Medical Students. 

VI. — Pathology, Bacteriology and Parasitology. 

Professor Albert G. Xichols, M. A., M. D., D. Sc, F. R. S. C. 

Lecturer Donald J. MacKenzie, M. D., C. M. 

Demonstrators in Bacteriology \F. G. Mack, B. A., M. B. 

jj. N. Lyons, M. D., C. M, 

(w. Alan Curry, B. A., M. D., C. M.^ 

Demonstrators in Pathology. \ ^- R- C. S. 

^Gerald W. Grant, M. B., Ch. B., M.C 

Pathology. 

1. Lectures. General Pathology. — Tuesday, Thursday and 
Friday, 9-10 a. m. 

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113 Courses of Instruction. 

A course of lectures to third year students during the First 
Term, dealing with the general principles of Pathology, in which 
the following subjects will be considered: the morphology, physio- 
logy, and chemistry of the cell; the causes of disease; the morbid 
processes; the tissue changes; reaction and adaptation. The 
oral examination will be held on the completion of the course, the 
written in the spring. 

2. Laboratory Work. Morbid Histology. — Motiday and 
Wednesday, 9-11 a. m. 

A course during the First Term given to students of the third 
year. The lessons affecting the various organs will be taken up 
systematically, and instruction will be given in the cutting, stain- 
ing, and mounting of histological preparations. A representative 
series of microscopical preparations will be loaned to each student 
for purposes of study, after the mechanical technique shall have 
been mastered. The" student will be expected to make drawings of 
his sections. A practical examination will be held in the spring. 

3. Morbid Anatomy and Post Mortem Examinations. 

Demonstrations to students of the third year will be given at 
suitable times on Morbid Anatomy. Systematic instruction will 
be given on this important subject to students of the fourth 
j^ear two hours weekly. 

The students of the third, fourth and fifth years are required to 
attend and assist at all autopsies, and will receive instruction in 
the proper conduct of the same, and will be expected to prepare 
and mount all tissues removed at autopsy for purposes of diagnosis 
and report upon them. 
4 Clinico-Pathological Conferences. 

As opportunity arises, conferences will be held in the lecture 
room of the Victoria General Hospital, conducted by the clini- 
cians and pathologists. Interesting and instructive cases will be 
presented, special attention being given to the course and develop- 
ment of the disease, the clinical diagnosis, and the final patho- 
logical findings. Students of the third, fourth, and fifth years 
are expected to attend and take part in the discussions. 

Bacteriology. 

1. Lectures. — -Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9-10 a. m. 

A course of lectures to third year students during the Second 
Term. The nature of bacteria, their morphology, staining re- 
actions, and mode of growth will be discussed, as well as regular 
instruction given on their relationship to infective processes. 
Immunitv and immunity reactions will also_ be considered. A 
written and an oral exaniination will be held in the spring. 

2. Laboratory Work. — Monday and Wednesday, 9-11 a. m. 

A course during the Second Term for students of the third 
year, in which will be considered the various culture media, ine- 
thods of laboratorv technique, the mode of growth and specific 
reactions of the niore important bacteria. Particular attention 
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Faculty of Medicine. 114 

clinical medicine. Students will have an opportunity of making 
permanent preparations of the various organisms considered for 
purposes of future study. 

Note— For students in the Six Year Course, Bacteriology 
will be taken up in their third year, and Pathology in their fourth. 

Parasitology. 

About ten lectures and demonstrations are given during the 
Second Term at the close of the regular course in Bacteriology to 
students of the third vear. This course is elementary and only m- 
tended to be a basis 'for a clearer understanding of the more im- 
portant diseases due to protozoon and metazoon parasites. 

Text Books: Beattie and Dixon: General and Special Pathology. Stengal & 
Fox- Text Book of Pathology. Mallory: Pathological Histology. Muir and Ritchie: 
Manual of Bacteriologv. Faught: Essentials of Laboratory Diagnosis. Connell: 
Practical Bacteriology. Karsner & Ecker: Principles of Immunology. 

VII. — Materia Medica. 

Professor 

Lecturer G. A. Burbidge. 

Materia Medica. 

This course consists of sixty lectures and demonstrations, 
given in the third year. The official drugs of the British Phar- 
macopoeia will be considered, also such non-official remedies as 
are considered advisable. As the principal drugs are discussed 
attention will be drawn to such points relating to their source, 
appearance, preparation, action, dosage, etc., as are important for 
students to know in view of their being prescribed. The drugs 
and their preparations are illustrated as far as is necessary. Great 
attention will be given to prescription writing and the student 
will be carefully exercised in this important feature of the work, 
so as to enable him to produce intelligent and elegant prescriptions. 

Text Books: For Class work: Hale White: Materia Medica. For reference: 
British Pharmacopoeia. Squire: Companion to B. P. Martindale and Westcott: 
Extra Pharmacopoeia (2 vols.J United States Dispensatory. Wood: Pharm- 
acology. Cushny: Pharmacology. 

Practical Materia Medica. 

This course, given in the second year, consists of twenty-five 
meetings of two hours each for practical work in the Maritime 
College of Pharmacy laboratory. Students will be instructed in 
the processes of Pharmacy, and in the Dispensing and Incompati- 
bility of drugs. 

Text Book: M. C. P. Junior Pharmacy Notes. 

VIII.— Surgery. 

Professors E. V. Hogan, M. D., C. M. 

John Stewart, M. B., C. M., LL.D. 

Lecturers PhiUp Weatherbe, M. B., Ch. B. 

J. G. McDougall, M. D., C. M. 

Lecture Courses. 

1. A course of about fifty lectures on the general princips e 
of Surgery, to be given during the third year. 

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115 Courses of Instruction. 

2. A course of about fifty lectures on Regional Surgery, to 
be given during the fourth year. 

Text Books: Ro?e and Carless, Thomson and Miles, American System, 
Wharton and Curtiss. 

Operative Surgery. 

3. This course, conducted by Dr. Weatherbe, will be given 
in the fifth year. While, descriptive instruction will be given 
by the teacher, students themselves, under super\'ision, will be re- 
quired to perform operations on the cadaver. 

Text Books: Treves, Waring, McGrath. 

IX. — Clinical Surgery. 

Professors M, Chisholm. M. D., C. M. 

E. V. Hogan, M. D., C. M. 

H. K. MacDonald, M. D., C. M. 

Lecturers J. G. MacDougall, M. D., C. M. 

G. H. Murphy, M. D., C. M. 

Demonstrators L. Thomas, AI. D., C. M. 

J. F. Lessel, M. D., C. M. 

Clinical Surgery. — In addition to lectures on cases at the 
hospitals, students of the fourth and fifth years will be individually 
trained at the bedside in diagnosis and treatment by the lecturers. 

All students before graduation will be required to produce 
evidence of having served for at least six months as dresser in 
the Surgical Wards and to submit complete histories of at least 
fifteen surgical cases. 

Practical Surgery.— The application of bandages, splints, 
and other surgical appliances, the use of instruments and the treat- 
ment of emergencies and cases of minor siirgery will be taught 
by Dr. Thomas in the third year. A course of instruction in the 
administration of anaesthetics will be given by Dr. Lessel. 

X. ^Medicine. 

Professor L. M. Silver, M. B., C. M. 

Lecturers K. A. MacKenzie, M. D., C. M. 

G. A. Macintosh, M. D., C. M. 

S. R. Johnston, M. D., C. M. 

H. G. Grant M. D., C. M. 

1. A course of about fifty lectures and recitations in which 
diseases of the digestive, circulator}', respiratory and genito-urinary 
systems, blood and ductless glands will be discussed, in the third 
year. 

2. A course of about fifty lectures and recitations in w'hich 
infectious and constitutional diseases and those affecting the nervous 
system will be taken up, in the fourth year. 

Text Books: For class work: Osier, Anders. For reference: Roberts.'.Gibson, 
Osier: Modern Medicine. Chitrch and Peterson: Nervous and Mental Diseases. 

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Faculty of Medicine. 116 

XI. — Clinical Medicine. 

Professors L. M. Silver, M. B., C. M. 

K. A. MacKenzie M. D., C. M. 

Lecturer s M. J. Carney', M. D., C. M. 

Frank G. Mack, B. A., M. B. 
S. R. Johnston, M. D., C. M. 
T. M. Sieniewicz, M. D., C. M. 

Clinical Medicine. — Clinical lectures and instruction wil be 
given to the students o the fourth and fifth years at the Victoria 
General Hospital at least three days a week throughout the ses- 
sion. Students will be called upon in rotation to examine cases 

All students before graduation will be required to produce 
evidence of having served for at least six months as clinical clerk 
in the Medical Wards and to submit complete histories of at least 
fifteen medical cases. 

Practical Medicine. — Practical instruction in the methods 
of examining patients will be giv'en to the students of the third 
year, by Dr. Mackenzie, Er. Johnston and Er. Sieniewicz. The class 
will 1 e divided into convenient groups in order that students may 
receive in'iividual attention. 

Clinical Microscopy and Clinical Chemistry. — The 
course of instruction in these subjects, consisting of one laboratory 
period weekly of two hours will be given by Dr. F. G. Mack, 
during the year. The examination of urine, faeces, stomach con- 
tents, sputum, blood and pathological fluids and exudates will be 
considered practically and their diagnostic importance emphasized 
Te.Tt Books: Butler: Diagnostics of Internal Medicine. Page: Physical Diag- 
nosis. Purdy: Urinalysis. Jacob: Atlas Clinical Medicine. Musser: Medical 
Diagnosis. Hutchinson and Rainey: C/i'wico/ A/fi/rods. Cabot: Medical Diagnosis: 
DaCosta : Physical Diagnosis. 

XII. — Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 

Professor of Obstetrics andGynaeology . 

A ssociate Professor 

Lecturer in Gynaology C. S. Morton, M. B. 

Demonstrator in Practical Obstetrics . .P. A. MacDonald. M.D.,C.M. 

Lecturer in Obstetrics E. K. MacLellan M. D., C. M. 

Fourth Year — Lectures 

Obstetrics. — A course of lectures illustrated by diagrams, 
lantern slides and models will be given. The syllabus consists of 
two parts. The first part deals with the anatomy and physiology 
of the female pelvic organs of reproduction; the anatomy, physiology, 
and management of normal pregnancy, labour, the puerpcrium 
and the care of the infant. The second part considers the abnormal 
conditions. 

Gynaecology. — A course of illustrated lectures considers in de- 
tail the lesions in each organ and the best methods of gynaecological 
diagnosis and treatment indicated. 

Clinical Work 

Obstetrics.— CHnics are given at Grace Maternity Hospital 
(65 beds) and practical instruction given in examination of patients, 
the diagnosis of pregnancy, management of labour, and the 
puerperium — along with the care of the infant. 

Gynaecology. — At the Victoria General Hospital clinical in- 
struction is given to small groups of students in case-taking, exam- 
nation of patients, the use of instruments, and in the conduct of 
i; ) ns. 

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117 Courses of Instruction. 

Fifth Year 

Obstetrics. — The student attends the Maternity Hospital and 
is given an opportunity of seeing all the work in the Hospital, and 
assisting in the management and treatment of cases. 

Clinical lectures are given once a week on interesting or abnormal 
cases. 

Gynaecology. — Clinical instruction in the examination and 
diagnosis of g^maecological cases is given to small groups of students; 
Each student is required to act as cHnical clerk to the cases assigned 
him, to be present at any operation required, and to follow the after 
treatment. Operations will be performed on stated days, and at 
these the members of the clinic may be present. 

Text Books: Obstetrics— Shearsa, Hirst, Edgar, Williams, Eden. Jellett 
Gynaecology — Anapich, Crossen, Eden . nd Lockyer, Bland-Sutton and Giles 
Blair Bell, Graven. 

XIII. — Medical Jurisprudence. 

Lecturer B. Franklyn Royer, M. D., D. So. 

This course, of about thirty lectures, will embrace the sub- 
jects enumerated below, and as far as possible will be supple- 
mented by visits with the medical examiners of the City of Halifax 
and Town of Dartmouth in official investigations to determine 
the cause of death. 

I. Examination of persons found dead, with reference to 

Identification, Time of Death, Cause of Death. 

II. Violent causes of Death: — Drowning, Strangulation. 

III. Poisons and Poisoning: — (1) Symptoms and post mortem 
appearances in cases of poisoning by the following 
agents: Inorganic — Mineral Acids, solutions of Alkalis, 
Copper, Lead, Mercury, Antimony, Arsenic, Phos- 
phorus; Organic — Oxahc Acid, Carbolic Acid, Opium, 
Strychnine, Belladonna, Aconite, Chloroform, Chloral 
Hydrate, Cyanides, Chlorine, Carbon Monoxide, Mus- 
tard, Cocaine acetanihde. Wood (methyl) Alcohol, 
Salvarsan, Water Hemlock, fungi; (2) Action of poisons, 
how counteracted. (3) Duties of Medical men in 
cases of Poisoning as regards: Observation, Treatment- 
and Preservation of parts for Analysis. (4) Preliminary 
Tests of Poisonous Substances for clinical use before 
reference to an Analyst. 

IV. Medico-legal points in connection with — Pregnancy, 
Delivery, Rape, Criminal Abortion, Infanticide, Assaults, 
and Homicide, Wounds and other external injuries. 
Malpractice, Neglect of Duty and Life Insurance. 

V. Mental capacity in relation to Criminal ResponsibiUty, 
Contracts and Wills. The Lunacy Laws in so far as 
they affect the Medical Practitioner when signing Certi- 
ficates of Lunacy. 

Text Books: Reese, Glaister, Taylor, Draper. 

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Faculty of Medicine. i 

XIV. — Therapeutics. 

Lecturer J. R. Corston, M. D., C. M. 

Therapeutics.— In this course, which will consist of fifty 
lectures to be given in the fourth year, the subject of General Ther- 
apeutics, including the therapeutic action of drugs and other remedial 
measures, will be dealt with. 

*r,- I", addition to the above systematic course a series of about 
thirty lectures is given by special lecturers on electro-therapy 
hydro-therapy, climatology, radiology, massage and clinical dietetics' 
TherapJutTcs^°°^''' "^'^^ ^""""''' ^'"^<'^'«""- ^hitla: Therapeulics. Gushing: 

XV. — Hygiene. 

fW. H. Hattie, M. D., C. M 

Lecturers -|A. C. Jost, M. D., C. M. 

[H. A. Chisholm, C. M. G., M. D., C. M. 
Hygiene.— This course will consist of fifty lectures and demon- 
strations in which the following matters will be dealt with as far as 
possible. 

. I. Public Health Administration. The duties of the physi- 
cian relative to notification of communicable diseases, etc. 

II. Epidemiology-. The public health aspects of the com- 
municable diseases. 

III. Quarantine, disinfection, etc. 

IV. Water in its relation to Health and Disease-— The 
character and classification of Drinking Water. Causes and Sources 
of the impurities found in water and Methods of Purification The 
Diseases conveyed by water, and the Methods of dealin- with 
lipidemics of such diseases. 

V. Air, in relation to Health and Disease:— The Causes and 
bourcesof the Impurities found in the Air. The Diseases conveyed 
through the Air. The quantity of Air necessary for Health. 

VI. Ventilation, Heating, Lighting, etc. 

VII. Housing, Building Sites, Soil. 

VIII. Removal of Refuse. Disposal of Excreta and Sewage. 

IX. Food in relation to Health and Disease:— Dietetics. 
Ihe Common Adulterations of the Chief Articles of Diet Dis- 
eases connected with Deficiency or Impurity of Food Supply, 

Text Books: Parks and Kenwood: Hygiene and Public Health. 
Jame;on and Merchant: Hmiene 

Military Hygiene. 

A special course of about ten lect'jres on this important sub- 
ject will be given towards the end of the second term by Colonel 
Jacques. Such subjects as the following will be considered — 
Military Medical Organization in time of War; the duties of San- 
ity Squads Water Parties, Regimental Medical Officers, Sanitary 
Utticers on lines of communication. District Sanitary Officers- 
the Care of Troops on the march; Field Conservancy; Purification 
ot Water; Limitation of Infectious Disease; Selection of bivouacs 
camps billets and barracks; Sanitary Inspection of hut nents' 
barracks, camps, billets, fortifications and hospitals. 

Text Book: Lelean: Sanitation in War. 

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119 Courses of Instruction. 

XVI. — Skin Diseases. 

Lecturer Frank G. Mack, B. A., M. B. 

This course will consist of not less than twenty-five lectures, 
chiefly clinical, to be given in the wards of the Victoria General 
Hospital to fifth year students. 

Patients will be brought before the class and their condition 
examined into and demonstrated, and the appropriate treatment 
prescribed and illustrated. 

Text Books: Walker: Introduction to Dermatology. Schamberg: Diseases of 
the Skin and the Eruptive Fevers. Hartzell: Diseases of the Skin. Sequeira: Dis- 
eases of the Skin. 

XVII. — Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases. 

Lecturer R. Evatt Mathers, M. D. 

Didactic and Clinical instruction in these subjects will be given 
to students of the fifth year each week during the session, on Wed- 
nesdays, at 3 p. m., at the Victoria General Hospital, and at the 
Children's Hospital. 

Text Books: Diseases of the Eye — Jackson, May, Fox. Diseases of the Ear — 
Bruhl-Politzer, Buck, Dench. Diseases of the Nose and Throat — Coakley. Dis- 
eases of the Ear, Nose and Throat — Gleason. Nose, Throat and Ear — Porter. 

XVIII. — Mental Diseases. 

Professor W. H. Hattie, M. D., C. M. 

Clinical Instructor F. E. Lawlor, M. D., C. M. 

A course of twenty didactic lectures on the various forms of 
mental disease will be given to fifth year students, supplemented 
by clinical instruction by Dr. Lawlor at the Nova Scotia Hospital. 

Text Books: Stoddart, Craig. 

XIX. — Paediatrics. 

Lecturer M. J. Carney, B. A., M. D., C. M. 

This course will consist of twenty-five didactic lectures to 
students of the fourth year. In addition a course of clinical lectures 
illustrative of Disease in Children will be given on Saturdays tlirough- 
out the session by members of the staffs of the Victoria General 
Hospital, the Children's Hospital, the Infectious Diseases Hospital, 
and of the Infants' Home. 

Text Book: Dingwall-Fordyce: Diseases of Children. Still: Common Dis- 
eases and Disorders of Children. Holt: Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. Morse 
and Talbot: Disease of Nutrition and Infant Feeding. Dennett: Simplified Infant 
Feeding. Myers: Practical Handbook on Diseases of Children. 

XX. — ^Vaccination. 

Students will receive instruction in this subject at the Dispen- 
sary, Infants' Home, and other institutions. They will be re- 
quired to perform the operation and note results so as to obtain 
a certificate of proficiency. 

XXL— Medical Ethics. 

A short course of lectures on this important subject was in- 
augurated in 1916. These lectures are for fifth year students 
only. 

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FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 



Convocation, May 11, 1922. 
Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery. 

Belliveau, Pierre Elisee Belliveau's Cove, Dig Co. 

Bezanson, Corev Seldon Barss Comer, Lun. Co. 

Campbell. Duncan Alexander Halifax. 

Chase, William Henry, B. A. 

(Acad ) WolfviUe, Kmgs Co. 

Chute Frank Foster, B. A. (Acad ) . Berwick, Kings Co. 

Cragg! Grace Theresa Mary }l^]^l^^- 

Creighton, Anna St. Clair Halifax 

Gosse Norman Howard Spaniard's Bay, New-foundland. 

Gran^hlle, Edward Thomas Halifax. ^ r J^ Cn 

Green, Solomon Arthur Caledoma Mines C. B. Co. 

MacDonald, Eric WaUace ?>'^^^>'v V," ^- n\ r^ 

Macintosh, John Wilfred Pleasant Bay, C. B. Co. 

MacLean, Alexander Charles Inverness. 

MacLean, Angus Lloyd New Glasgow, Pic. Co 

MacLean, John Osier New Glasgow, Pic Co. 

MacLeod, Christine Catherine. . . .Pomt Tupper, Rich. Co. 

MacLeod, Hugh Gordon, B. A Green Hill, Pic. Co. 

McNallv, William James, B. A Ottawa. 

Marshall, Arthur Middlemas Halifax. 

Pullins, WiUiam Annesley gharinel. Ne^^'foundland. 

Smith. Gordon Kent Windsor, Hants Co. 

Stone, Oscar Robert S^^'^^'^Vi n -^ . V R 

Thurrott, Elizabeth Hope Newcastle Bridge, N. B. 

Waish, Francis Eugene Hahfax. 

Degree previously conferred during the Session. 

Resnick. Mildred HaUfax. 

SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION. 

Physics— Fields, D. A. A.; Hasiam, H. M.; Moriarty, C. F.; Sid- 
dall, A. M.; ,, ^^ „ 

Chemistry IB-Burris, G. R.; Siddall, A. M.; Verge, M. W. 

Biology 1 — Gow, B. J. R. 

Histology— Ratchford, H. A. 

Chemistry 3— Milne, J. A. 

Chemistry 4— Davis, J. W.; Henderson. R. R. 

Practical Materia Medica— Baird, A. R.; Keating, W. J.; Mac- 

Latchy, R. F.; Parker. E. G. 

Anatomy and Embryology— Ellis, E. B. 

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165 Examinations. 

Physiology 1 and 3 — -Ellis, E. B.; Keating, W. J.; Laurence, 

J. G.; MacLatchey, R. P.; Morton, A. R. 

Materia Medica— Cochrane, P. S.; Corbin, H. H.; Coster, F. E.; 

Levine, M.; Peppard, S. H. 

Surgery 1 — Corbin, H. H. 

Medicine 1 — -Peppard, S. H. 

Medicine 2— Cooper, R. F. C. 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology — Cooper, R. F. C. ; MacLean, A. C. 

Surgery 2— Cooper, R. F. C; MacLean, A. C; Pidgeon, L S. 

Medical Jurisprudence — Cooper, R. F. C. 

Pathology — Chase, Lalia B. 

Paediatrics — -Creighton, Anna St. C; Haslam, M. B.; PuUins, 

W. A. 

Clinical Medicine — Green, S. A. 

Clinical Surgery — Resnick, Mildred. 

SESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS. 

CLASS LISTS — Names under Heading "distinction" are 

in order of Merit under "Passe I" in A'phabetical order 

Brackets indicate Candidates of Equa! Merit. 

SECOND YEAR. (Six Year Course) 

Physics 20— Pa^^erf— Bates, J. F. ; Beckwith, C. ; Drysdale, C. ; 
MacMillan, L.; Pierce, H. H.; Rogers Evelyn. 

Chemistry 3— Passed — Brown, A. D. ; Drysdale, C. ; Pierce, 
H. H.; Rogers Evelyn. 

Chemistry 4— Passed — Brown, A. D.; Drysdale, C; Pierce, 
H. H.; Rogers, Evelyn. 

Practical Anatomy — (Oral) — Passed — Bates, J. F.; Beck- 
with,, C. ; Drysdale, C. ; Forbes, G. R. ; Kelley, H. E. ; MacMillan, 
Lewis,; Morton, S. A.; Pierce, H. H.; Rogers, Evelyn. 

Embryology — Passed — Bates, J. G.; Beck, with C. J. W. ; 
Brown, A. D.; Dr\'sdale, C. E.; Forbes, G. R.; Kelley, H. E.; Mac- 
Millan, L.; Morton, S.; A. Pierce, H. H.; Rogers, Evelyn F. 

Histology — Distinction — Pierce, H. H.; Morton, S. A. 

Passed — Bates, J. G.; Brown, A. D.; Drysdale, C. ; Forbes, 
G. R.; Hetherington, A. E.; Rogers, Evelyn. 

SECOND YEAR. (Five year course) 

Chemistry 3 — Distinction — Bums, G. R. 

Passed—Baxter, C. R.; Bruce, G. M.; Chisholm, A. R.; Doiron, 
L. F. Douglas, P. G.; Fields, D. A.; Fultz, W. E.; Gass, R. 8.; 
Glenister, E. L : Gold' erg, S. N.: Guthro, A. C: Grant. J. E.; 
Guild, C. St. C.;Hayden, A. R.; Hayes, K. P. J.; Hetherington, 
A. E.; Homans, C. O. ; Kirkpatrick, L. L.; Jacobson,M.; MacDon- 
ald, W. J.; MacKay, MacLeod, F. J.; MacLeod, R. H.; MacPherson, 
L,; Marcus, S.; NIelanson, H. J.; Moriarty, C. F.; Morrison, L. 
N.; Morton, S. A.; Muir, E. B.; Murrav, Anna. M.; Murray, G. 
P.; Ratchford, H. A.; Siddall, A. M.; Smith, G. W.: Sutherland, 
D. R.; Sutherland, D. S.; Sutherland, L R.; Webster, D. R.; Wil- 
son, A. M. 

Chemistry 4 — Distinction — Wynter, L. R.; Glenister, E. L; 
Doiron, L. F. 

Passed— Baxter C. R.; Bruce, G. M.; Burns, G. R.; Chisholm, 
A. R.; Douglas, P. G.; Fields, D. A.; Fultz, W. E.; 
Gass, R. S. ; Goldberg, S. N.; Gouthro, A. C; Grant, J. E.; 

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University Lists. 166 

Guild, C. St. C; Haslam, H. deM: Hayden, A. R.; Hayes, K. P. J.; 
Hetherington, A. E.; Homans, C. O., Kirkpatrick, L. L.; Jacobson, 
M. : MacDonald, W. J.; AlacKav, H. F.; MacLeod, F. J.; MacLeod, 
R. H.; MacPherson, L.; Marcus,' S.; Melanson, H. J.; xMiller, R. T.; 
Monartv, C. F.; Morton, S. A.; Muir, E. B.; Ratchford, H. A.; 
Siddall,'A. ^L; Smith, G. \V.; Sutherland, D. R.; Sutherland, 
D. S.; Sutherland, I. R.; Webster, D. R.: Wilson, A, M. 

Anatomy and Embryology — Distinction — Doiron, L. F.; 
Kirkpatrick, L. L.; (Glenister, E. L; Hayes, K. P. J.); (Bond, 
Roberta; Muir, E. B.) 

Pa55f(f— Baxter, C. R.; Bruce, G. M.: Bums, G. R.; Burris, 
G. R.; Creelman, P. A.; Chisholm, A. R.; Douglas, P. G.; Fields, 
D. A. A.; Fultz, W. E.; Gass, R. S.; Goldberg, S. X.: Gouthro, A. C.; 
Grant, J. E.: Guild, C. St. C.; Haslam, H. deM.; Hayden, A. R.C.; 
Hetherington, A. E.; Homans, C. O.; Jacobson, M.; MacDonald, 
W. J.: MacKav, H. F.; MacLeod, F. J.; MacLeod, R. H.; Mac- 
Pherson. L.; Marcus S.; Melanson, H. J.; Miller, R. T.; Moriarty, 
C. F.; Morrison, L. N.; Murray, Anna M.; Murray, G. P.; Ratch- 
ford, H. A.; Siddall, A, M.; Smith, G. W.; Sutherland, D. S.; Suther- 
land, L R.; Webster, D. R.; Wilson, A. M.; Wynter, L. R. 

Physiology 1 & 3 — Distinction — Bond, Roberta; (Field, D. A.; 
Marcus, S.; Webster, D. R.). 

Passed— B&yXev, C. R.; Bruce, G. ^L; Bums, G. R.; Creelman, 
P. A.; Chisholm, A. R.; Doiron, L. F.; Douglas, P. G.; Fultz, W. E.; 
Gass, R. S. ; Glenister, E. L; Goldberg, S. N.; Gouthro, A. C; 
Grant, J. E.; Guild, C. St. C; Haslam, H. de^L; Hayden, A. R.; 
Hayes, K. P. J.; Hetherington, A. E.;Kirkpatrick, L. L. ; Jacobson, 
M.; MacDonald, W. J.; MacKay, H. F.; MacLeod, F. J.; MacLeod, 
R. H.; MacPherson, L.; Melanson, H. J.; Miller, R. T.; Moriarty, 

C. F.; Muir, E. B.; Murray, Anna, AL; Siddall, A. M.; Smith, 
G. W.; Sutherland, D. R.; Sutherland, D. S.; Sutherland, L R.; 
Wilson, A. M.; Wynter, L. R. 

Practical Materia Medica — Distinction — Gouthro, A. C; 
Melanson, H. J.; Haslam, H. deM.; Bond, Roberta; Baxter, C. R.; 
MacLeod, R. H. 

Passed — Baird, A. R.; Bums, G. R.; Burris, G. R. ; Creelman 
P. A.; Doiron, L. F.; Douglas, P. G.; Fields, D. A. A.; Fultz, W. E. 
Glenister, E. L; Guild, C. St. C; Hayden, A. R. C; Hayes, K. P.J. 
Homans, C. O. ; Kirkpatrick, L. L. ; Jacobson, M. ; AlacDonald, W. J. 
MacLeod, F. J.; MacPherson, L.; Marcus, S.; Miller, R. T.; Mor- 
iarty, C. F.; Muir, E. B.; Murray, Anna M.; Murray, G. P.; Ratch- 
ford, H. A.; Siddall, A. AL; Sutherland, D. S.; Sutherland, L R.; 
Webster, D. R.; Wilson, A. M. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Practical Anatomy — Distinction — Kennev, R. W.; Creigh- 
ton, H. A.; Moore, F. L.; De Wolfe, H. M.; (Cameron, W. J.; Camp- 
bell, C. G.); Marshall, C. S. 

Pfljsed— Britton, E. M.; Brown, J. F.; Carroll, J. J.; Colwell, 
W. G.; Davies, E. R.; Davis, J. W.; Ellis, E. B.; Grant, R. W.; 
Henderson, R. R.; Herbin, C. A.; Keating, W. J.; Leslie, 
G. L.; MacDonald, D. C; Mclnnis, J. J.; MacLean, J. A.; MacLean, 
T. W.; MacMillan, C. W.; Martin, A. B.; Milne, J. A.; Murchison, 
J. R.; Parker, E. G.; Poirier, W.; Popplestone, C. B.; Purcell, 

D. J.; Reid, H. D.; Shaffner, G. C; Skinner, P. S.; Thome Alice; 
Zinck, L. M. 

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167 Examinations. 

Physiology 4 — Distinction — Kenny, R. W. ; Creighton, H. A.; 
Reid, H. D.; (Herbin, C. A.; Thome, Alice). 

Passed — Britton, E. M.; Brown, T- F.; Cameron, W. J.; Camp- 
bell, C. G.; Carroll, J. J.; Colwell, W. C; Davies, E. R.; Davis, 
J. W.; DeWolfe, H. M.; Grant, R. W.; Henderson, R. R.; Keating, 
W. J.; Leslie,G. L.;MacDonal'd, D. C; Mclnnis, J. J.; MacLean, 
J. A.; MacLean, T. W.; MacMillan, C. W.; Marshall, C. S.; Martin, 
A. B.; Milne, J. A., Moore, F. L.; Murchison, J. R.; Parker, E. G.; 
Poirier, W.; Popplestone, C. B.; Purcell, D. J.; Shaffner, G. C; 
Skinner, P. S.; Zinck, L. M. 

Pathology — Distinction — Campbell, C. G.; Leslie, G. L.; 
DeWolfe, H. M.; Kennev, R. W.; Thome, Alice; Brown, J. F.; 
(MacLean, T. W.; Moofe, F. L.). 

Passed— Button, E. M.; Cameron, W. J.; Carroll, J. J.; Col- 
well, W. G.; Creighton, H. A.; Davies, E. R.; Davis, J. W.; ElUs, 
E. B.; Grant, R. W.; Henderson, R. R.; Herbin, C. A.; Keating, 
W. J.; MacDonald, D. C; Mclnnes, J. J.; MacLean, J. A.; Mac- 
Millan, C. W.; Marshall, C. S.; Martin, A. B.; Milne, J. A.; Mur- 
chison, J. R.; Poirier, W.; Popplestone, C. B.; Purcell, D. J.; 
Reid, H. D.; Shaffner, G. C; Skinner, P. S.; Zinck, L. M. 

Bacteriology — Distinction — Kenney, R. W.; Campbell, C. G.; 
(Carroll, J. J.; MacDonald, D. C); (Creighton, H. A.; Leslie, 
G. L.; Thome, Alice). 

Passed — Brown, J. F.; Cameron, W. J.; Colwell, W. G.; Davies, 

E. R.; DeWolfe, H. M.; Grant, R. W.; Henderson, R. R.; Herbin, 
C. A.;Keating, W. J.; Mclnnes, J. J.; MacLean, J. A.; MacMillan, 
C. W.; Marshall, C. S.; Martin, A. B.; Milne, J. A.; Moore, F. L.; 
Murchison, J. R.; Poirier, W.; Purcell, D. J.; Reid, H. D.; Shaff- 
ner, G. G.; Zinck, L. M. 

Materia Medica — Distinction — Kenney, R. W. ; Campbell, 
C. G.; Henderson, R. R.; Carroll, J. J.; Poirier, W. ; (Cameron, 
W. J.; DeWolfe, H. M.; Shaffner, G. C); MacLean, T. W.; (Mar- 
shall, C. S.; Reid, H. D.); (Creighton,. H. A.; Leslie, G. L.; Moore, 

F. L.; Thome, Alice). 

Passed—Britton, E. M.; Brown, J. F.; Colwell, W. G.; Davies; 
E. R.; Davis, J. W.; Grant, R. W.; Herbin, C. A.; Keating, W. J., 
MacDonald, D. C; Mclnnis, J. J.; MacLean, J. A.; MacMillan, 

C. W.; Martin, A. B.; Murchison, J. R.; Popplestone, C. B.; 
Skinner, P. S. Zinck, L. M. 

Surgery 1 — Distinction — Campbell, C. G.; Brown, J. F.; (Ken- 
ney, R. W.; Murchison, J. R.;); (Mclnnis, J. J.; MacLean, T. W.; 
Moore, F. L.). 

Passed— Britton, E. M.; Cameron, W. J.; Carroll, J. J.; Col- 
well, W. G.; Creighton, H A.; Davies, E. R.; Davis, J. W.; DeWolfe, 
H. M.; Elhs, E. B.; Grant, R. W.; Henderson, R. R.; Herbin, C. A.: 
Leslie, G. L.; MacDonald, D. C; MacLean, J. A.; MacMillan, C. 
W.; Marshall, C. S.; Martin, A. B.; Milne, J. A.; Poirier, W.; Popple- 
stone, C. B.; Purcell, D. J.; Reid, H. D.; Shaffner, G. C, Thoiut 
Alice; Zinck, L. M. 

Medicine I— Distinction— {Campbell, C. G.; DeWolfe, H. M.; 
Kenney, R. W.); Thome, Alice; Marshall, C. S.; MacDonald, 

D. C; Leslie, G. L.; (Creighton, H. A.; MacLean, T. W.; Mac- 
Millan, C. W.); Reid, H. D.; Brown, J. F.; Davies, E. R. 

Paired— Britton, E. M.; Cameron, W. J.; Carroll, J. J.; Col- 
well, W. G.; Davis, J. W.; Ellis, E. B.; Grant, R. W.; Henderson, 
R. R.; Herbin, C. A.; Mclnnis, J. J.; MacLean, J. A.; Martin, 

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Uni versity Lists. 168 

A B • Milne J. A.; Moore, F. L.: Murchison, J. R.; Poirier, 

W.; Popplestone, C. B.; Shaffner, G. C; Skinner, P. S.; Zinck, L. M. 

Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Microscopy— Z^i^/mc- 

/lon-Brown, J. F.; Leslie, G. L.: Kenney, R. W. ; (Creighton, 
H A.; De Wolfe, H. M.; Reid, H. D.:) ShaiTner, G. C. 

Passed— Britton, E. M.; Cameron, W. J.; Campbell, CG. ; 
Carroll, J. J.; Cohvell, W. G.: Davies, E. R.; Davis, J. W.; Ellis, 
E B • Grant R. W.; Henderson, R. R.; Herbin, C. A.; Keatmg 
W. T.;' MacDonald, D. C; Mclnnis, J. J.; MacLean, J. A.; MacLean, 
T W ; MacMillan, C. W.: Marshall. C. S.: Martin, A. B.; ^Ii ne. 
J ' A • Moore F. L.; Murchinson, J. R.; Parker, E. G.; Poirier, W .; 
Purcell, D. J.; Skinner, P. S.; Thome, Alice; Zmck, L. M. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Surgery 2— Distinction— Kinley, C. E.; Murray, F.S.; 
Holland, C. W.; Dolan, H. S.; (Cochrane, D. M.; Davis, E. C.). 

Passed— Chase, Margaret, R.; Christiansen, Phebe K.: Coch- 
rane, P. S.; Corbett, H. R.; Corbin, H. H.; Coster, F. E.; Levine, 
M.: MacLeod, C; Nickle, F. J.; Peppard, S. H.; Rowlings, D. M.; 
Wilson, F. G. 

Medicine 2— Distinctioti— Kinley, C. E.; Holland, C. W.; 
Christianson, Phebe K.; (Chase, Margaret, R.; Dolan, H. S.). 

Passed— Cochrane, D. M.; Cochrane, P. S.; Corbett, H. K.; 
Corbin, H. H. ; Coster, F. E. ; Davis, E. C. ; Le%ine, M. ; Lyons, H. A. ; 
MacLeod, C; Medjuck, A.; Murray, F. S.; Nickle, F. J.; Peppard, 
S. H.; RowUngs, D. M.; Wilson, F. G. 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology— Distinction— Holland, C. W.; 
Christianson, Phebe, K.; Dolan, H. S. _ ,, ^ , 

Passed— Chase, Margaret R.; Cochrane, D. M.; Cochrane, 
P S.: Corbett, H. R.: Davis, E. C; Kinley, C. E.; MacLeod C; 
Medjuck, A.; Murrav, F. S.; Nickle, F. J.. Peppard, S. H.; Row- 
lings, D. M.; Wilson, F. G; 

Medical Jurisprudence— Z)Js/inc/tow— Christianson, Phebe, 
K.; Knickle, F.J. ; Dolan, H. S.; Holland, C. W. 

Passed— Chase, Margaret R.; Cochrane, D. U.- Cochrane, 
P. S.; Corbett, H. R.; Corbin, H. H.; Coster, F. E.; Davis E. C ; 
Kinlev, C. E.; Levine, AL; Lyons, H. A.; MacLeod, C; Medjuck, 
A.; M'urray, F. S.; Peppard, S. H.; Rowlings, D. M.; Wilson, F. G. 

Therapeutics— Z)is/z«c/ion— Holland, C. W.; (Corbett, H. R.; 

Finlev, C. E.) . . t,, , t^ /^ u 

Passed— Chase, Margaret R.; Christianson, Phebe K.; Coch- 
rane D. M.; Cochrane, P. S.; Corbin, H. H.; Coster, F. E.; Davis, 
E C ■ Dolan, H. S.; Levine, M.; Lvons, H. A.; MacLeod, C; 
Iviedjiick, A.; Murray, F. S.; Nickle, F. J.; Peppard, S. H.; Rowlings. 

D. M.; Wilson, F. G. 

Hygiene— Dts/inc/ion— Corbett, H. R.; Holland, C. W. 
Passed— Chase, Margaret R.; Christianson, Phebe K.; Coch- 
rane, D. M.; Cochrane, P. S.; Corbin, H. H.; Coster, F. E.; Davis, 

E. C; Dolan, H. S.; Kinlev, C. E.; Levine, M.; Lyons H. A.; 
MacLeod, C; Medjuck, A.: Murray, F. S.; Nickle, F. J.; Peppard, 
S. H.; Rowlings, D. M.; Wilson, F. G. 

Paedistrics- Dts^inc^ion- Holland, C. W.; (Kinley, C. E., 
Murray, F. S.); Chase, Margaret R. . 



169 Examinations. 

Passed — Christianson, Phebe K.; Cochrane, D. M.; Corbett 
H. R.; Corbin, H. H.; Coster, F. E.; Davis, E. C; Levine, M.; 
Lyons, H. A.; Medjuck, A.; Nickle, F. J.; Rowlings, D. M.; Wilson, 
E. G. 

FIFTH YEAR. 

Surgery and Surgical Anatomy — Distinction — Chute, F. F. ; 
Gosse, X. H. 

Passed — Belliveau, P. E.; Bezanson, C. S. ; Campbell, D. A.; 
Chase, W. H.; Cragg, Grace T. M.; Creighton, Anna, St. C; Gillis, 
R. I.; Granville, E. T.: MacDonald, E. W.; Macintosh, J. W.; 
MacLean, A. C; MacLean, A. L. ; MacLean, J. O.; MacLeod, 
Christine, C; MacLeod, H. G.; McNaUv, W. J.; Marshall, A. M.; 
Pullins, W. A.; Smith, G. K.; Stone, 6. R.; Thurrott, Elizabeth 
H.; Walsh, F. E. 

Clinical Surgery — Distinction — MacLeod, H. G.; McXallv 
W. J.: (Campbell, D. A.; Chute, F. F.; Gosse, X. H.); (Macintosh 
J. W.; MacLean, J. O.). 

Passed — Belliveau, P. E.; Bezanson, C. S.; Chase, W. H. 
Cragg, Grace T. M.; Creighton, Anna, St. C; Granville, E. T. 
MacDonald, E. W.; MacLean, A. C: MacLean, A. L.; MacLeod 
Christine, C; Marshall, A. M.; Pullins, W. A.; Smith, G. K. 
Stone, O. R.; Thurrott, Elizabeth H.: Walsh, F. E. 

Medicine and Therapeutics — Distinctio?i — Marshall, A. M. 
Gosse, X. H.: Chute, F. F. 

Passed — Belliveau, P. E.; Bezanson, C. S.; Campbell, D. A. 
Chase, W. H.; Cragg, Grace, T. M.; Creighton, Anna St. C. ; GiUis 
R. I.; Granville, E. T.; MacDonald, E. W\; Macintosh, J. W. 
MacLean, A. C; MacLean, A. L.; MacLean, J. O. AlacLeod 
Chnstine C; MacLeod, H. G.; McXallv, W. J.; Pullins, W. A. 
Smith, G. K.: Stone, O. R.; Thurrott, Elizabeth H.; Walsh, F. K. 

Clinical Medicine — Distinction — Gosse, X. H. ; Chute, F. F. 
Macintosh, J. W. ; MacLean, A. L.; Campbell, D. A.; MacLeod 
H. G. 

Passed — Belliveau, P. E. ; Bezanson, C. S.; Chase, W. H. 
Cragg, Grace T. M.; Creighton, Anna St. C; Gillis, R. I. 
Gran\-ille, E. T.; MacDonald, M. W. ; MacLean, A. C. ; MacLean 
J. O.; MacLeod, Christine C; McXallv, W. J.; Marshall, A. M. 
Pullins, W. A.; Smith, G. K.; Stone, O. R.; Thurrott, EHzabeth, 
H.; Walsh, F. E. 

Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children — Dis- 
inction — Stone, O. E.; Gosse, X. H.; (Chute, F. F. ; MacLeod, 
H. G.); (Cragg, Grace T. X.; MacLeod, CEristine C); McNally, 
W.J.; (AlacLean, A.L.; Thurrott, Elizabeth H.); 

Passed — Belliveau, P. E.; Bezanson, C. S.; Campbell, D. A.; 
Chase, W. H.; Creighton, Anna St. C; GiUis, R. I.; Granville, 
E. T.; MacDonald, E. W.; Macintosh, J. W.; MacLean, A. C; 
MacLean, J. O.; Marshall, A. M.; PulHns, W\ A.; Smith, G. K.; 
Walsh, F. E. 

Mental Diseases — Distinction — GranviUe, E. T. ; McNally, 
W. J.; 

Passed — -Belliveau, P. E.; Bezanson, C. S. ; Campbell, D. A.; 
Ghase, W. H.; Chute, F. F.; Cragg, Grace T. M.; Creighton, Anna 
St. C; Gillis, R. I.; Gosse, X. H.; MacDonald, E. W.; Macintosh, 
J. W.; MacLean, A. C; MacLean, A. L.; MacLean, J. O.; MacLeod, 
Christine C; MacLeod, H. G.; Marshall, A. M.; Pullins, W. A.; 
Smith, G. K.; Stone, O. R.; Thurrott, Elizabeth, H.; Walsh, F. E. 

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Students. 185 

STUDENTS 1921-22 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 

Fifth Year. 

Belliveau, Pierre Elisee Belliveau's Cove, Digby Co. 

Bezanson, Corey Scldon Barss Comer, Lun. Co. 

Campbell, Donald Alexander. .Halifax. 
Chase, William Henry, B. A. 

(Acad.) Wolfville, King's Co. 

Chute, Frank Foster, B. A. 

(Acad.) Berwick, King's Co. 

Cragg, Grace Theresa Mary .... Halifax. 

Creighton, Anna St. Clair Halifax. 

Gillis, Raymond Ignatius Sydney Mines, N. S. 

Gosse, Norman Howard Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland. 

Granville, Edward Thomas .... Halifax. 

Macdonald, Eric Wallace Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Macintosh, John Wilfrid Pleasant Bay, Inv. Co. 

MacLean, Alexander Charles .. Inverness. 

MacLean, Angus Lloyd New Glasgow, Pic. Co. 

MacLean, John Osier New Glasgow, Pic. Co. 

MacLeod, Christine Catherine. .Point Tupper, Rich. Co. 
MacLeod, Hugh Gordon, B. A.. .Green Hill, Pic. Co. 
McNally, William James, B. A.Ottawa, Ontario. 
Marshall, Arthur Middlemas . . . HaUfax. 

Pullins, William Annesley Channel, Newfoundland. 

Smith Gordon Kent Windsor, Hants Co. 

Stone, Oscar Robert Halifax. 

Thurrott, Elizabeth Hope Newcastle Bridge, N. B. • 

Walsh, Francis Eugene Hahfax. 

Fourth Year. 

Chase, Lalia Barclay, B. A. 

(Acad.) Wolfville, King's Co. 

Chase, Margaret Rebecca, B. A. 

(Acad.) Greenwich, King's Co. 

Christianson, Phebe Kirsten .... Halifax. 

Cochrane, Dara Mason Fox River, Cumb. Co. 

Cochrane, Perry Stanley Fox River, Cumb. Co. 

Corbett, Herbert Redmond .... Halifax. 

Corbin, Harold Hunter Halifax. 

Coster, Frederick Edwin Hampton, N. B. 

Davis, Edwin Cosman St. John, N. B. 

Dolan, Harold Sylvester, B. A.South Nelson, N. B. 
Holland, Clyde Wallace, B. A.. .Halifax. 

Kinley, Cecil Edwin Lunenburg. 

Levine, Maurice Yarmouth. 

Lyons, Hubert Antoine Kentville, King's Co. 

MacLeod, Clement Halifax. 

Medjuck, Abraham Caledonia Mines, C. B. Co, 

Murray, Foster Sproull Halifax. 

Nickle, Frederick James Malone, Ontario. 

Peppard, Stanley Harcourt Pugwash, Cumb. Co. 

Rowlings, David MacPherson . . Musquodoboit Harbor, Hfx. Co. 

Wilson, Frank Gordon Sydney, C. B. Co. 

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186 Students. 

Third Year. 

Britton, Edgar Murray Elmsdale, Hants Co. 

Brown, John Forbes Trenton, Pic. Co. 

Cameron, William John West Bay, Inv. Co. 

Campbell, Clarence Gordon, B. 

A Halifax. 

Carroll, James Joseph Halifax. 

Colwell, William Gerald Halifax. 

Creighton, Howard Alexander. .Halifax. 

Davies, Edward Ross Saltsprings, Pic. Co. 

Davis, Joseph Wilfrid Selmah, Hants Co. 

DeWolfe, Henry Mitchell Yarmouth. 

Elder, Maureen, B. A. (Adelphi)Hantsport, Hants Co. 

EUis, Edward Bayfield O'Leary, P. E. I. 

Grant, Roderick William Wolfville, King's Co. 

Henderson, Randolph Richard . . Mahaica, British Guiana, S. A. 

Herbin, Charles Abram Arichat, Rich. Co. 

Keating, Walter Joseph Halifax. 

Kenney, Robert Wallace Halifax. 

Leslie, George Lawrence Spry Bay, Hfx. Co. 

Macdonald, Duncan Chisholm. .James River, Ant. Co. 

Mclnnis, Joseph J., B. A West Lake Ainslie, Inv. Co. 

McLean, John Archibald Glace Bay, C. B. Co. 

MacLean Thomas Walter .... Springville, Pic. Co. 
MacMillan, Charles WiUiam . . . Dartmouth. 

Marshall, Clyde Slocomb Halifax. 

Martin, Angus Bruce Grand View, P. E. L 

Milne, John Andrew Woodbum, Pic. Co. 

Moore, Fred Laurence Economy Point, Col. Co. 

Murchison, James Randolph. . .Clyde River, P. E. L 

Parker, Ewart Gladstone Bridgetown, Ann. Co. 

Poirier, Wilfrid Gordon Joseph. .Glace Bay, C. B. Co. 
Popplestone, Charles Burton . . . Montreal, Que. 

Purcell, Duncan Joseph Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Reid, Henry Douglas Middle Musquodoboit, Hfx. Co. 

Shaffner, Geoffrey Chipman .... Halifax. 

Skinner, Peter Searle Halifax. 

Thorne, Alice Evelyn Lower Granville, Ann. Co. 

Zinck, Lincoln Martin Chester, Lun. Co. 

Second Year. (Five Year Course.) 

Baxter, Charles Richard Truro, Col. Co. 

Bond, Roberta, B. A Halifax. 

Bruce, Gordon Murphy Shelbume. 

Bums, Gerald Ross Halifax. 

Burris, George Robert Truro, Col. Co. 

Chisholm, Alexander Roy Halifax. 

Creelman, Prescott Archibald .. Glendyer, Inv. Co. 

Doiron, Linus Francis Pomquet, Ant. Co. 

Douglas, Peter Gerald Halifax; 

Fields, Dudley Arthur Augustus Princes Town, Trinidad, B. W. I.. 

Fultz, William Edmund Halifax. 

Gass, Royden Simpson New Glasgow, Pic. Co. 

Glenister, Ernest Ireson Halifax. 

Goldberg, Simon Noah Shelburne. 

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Students. 187 

feouthro, Alexander Campbell. .Little Bras d'or Bridge C. B. Co. 

Grant, James Edward Eureka, Pic. Co. 

Guild, Cameron St. Clair Musquodoboit Harbor, Hf.x. Co. 

Haslam, Herbert Montfort Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A. 

Hay den, Ansell Ross Constan- 

tine St. Andrew, Jamaica, B. W. I. 

Hayes, Kenneth Paul Joseph. .Halifax. 

Hetherington, Albert Elliott Toronto, Ont. 

Homans, Charles Onslow Port Mouton, Queen's Co., N. S. 

Jacobson, Morris Dartmouth. 

Kirkpatrick, Lemuel Lester. . . Gas^ereaux Station, N. B. 
MacDonald, William Jones .... Truro, Col. Co. 

MacKay, Hugh Eraser New Glasgow, Pic. Co. 

MacLeod, Frank John South St. Ann's, Vic. Co. 

MacLeod, Robert Hugh Westville, Pic. Co. 

MacPherson, Lachlan St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Second Year. (Five year course) — Continued. 

Marcus, Samuel Sydney Mines, C. B. Co. 

Melanson, Herbert Joseph Corberrie, Digby Co. 

Miller, Ralph Thompson Elnisdale, Hants Co. 

Moriarty, Clarence Francis .... Halifax. 

Morrison, Lewis Nelson Halifax. 

Muir, Everett Barclay Eureka, Pic. Co. 

Murray, Anna Margaret Meadowville, Pic. Co. 

Murray, George Patterson Mabou, Inv. Co. 

Ratchford, Harold Andrew. . . .North Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Redden, John Keith Halifax. 

Siddall, Alvin Matthew Southampton, Cumb. Co. 

Smith, George William Merigomish, Pic. Co. 

Sutherland, Donald Roderick. .Malagash, Cumb. Co. 
Sutherland, David Stockley. . . .River John, Pic. Co. 

Sutherland, Ira Reginald Pictou. 

Webster, Donald Robertson. . . .Pictou. 

Wilson, Alpheus Marshall Barrington, Shelb. Co. 

Wynter, Luther Reginald Buff Bay, Jamaica, B. W. L 

Second Year, (six-year course). 

Bates, John Fabian, B. A. (St. 

F. X.) Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Beckwith, Charles John WordenHalifax. 

Brown, Alfred Doane Clark's Harbor, Shelb. Co. 

Dr>'sdale, Cyril EUis Hahfax. 

Forbes, George Ronald, B. Sc. . .Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Kelley, Hugh Edgar Yarmouth. 

McMillan, Lewis North Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Morton, Silvanus Archibald .... Halifax. 

Pierce, Harry Hammond Cornwall, P. E. I. 

Rogers, Evelyn Frances Hahfax. 

Tompkins, Daniel James, B. A. 

(St. F. X.) North East Margarce, Inv. Co. 

First Year Course, (six-year course). 

Archibald, Robert Brian Centre Musquodoboit, Hfx. Co. 

Ashkins, Joseph Isaiah Caledonia, Queen's Co. 

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18S Students. 

Baird, Harold Emerton Chipman, N. B. 

Baylin, Felix Ralph Sydney, C. B. Co. 

Bennett, Raymond Edward. . . .St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Brophy, John Robert Brisbane, Australia. 

Chisholm, Donald Raymond .... Halifax. 

Coldwell, John Daniel Newtonville, King's Co. 

Cole, John William Chester, Lun. Co. 

Cumming, Theodore Merrill. . . .Joggins, Cumb. Co. 

Hamilton, John Mackay Truro, Col. Co. 

Hatfield, George Murray Lewis. Yarmouth. 

Hawkins, Arthur Cowie Halifax. 

Hebb, Frank Johnson Halifax. 

Irving, Marion Robertson Buctouche, N. B. 

Kirkpatrick, Thomas AlexanderGaspereaux Station, N. B. 

LeDrew, Donald Fredrick Cupids, Newfoundland. 

Mackay, John Alexander Newcastle, N. B. 

MacKay, Robert WiUiam Mur- 
ray West Branch River John, Pic. Co. 

Mackinnon, Robert John Sydney, C. B. Co. 

MacLean, Joseph Archibald .... Bridgewater, Lun. Co. 

MacLeod, Alexander John Eel Cove, Vic. Co. 

McQuade, Edwin L St. John, N. B. 

Mosher, Harry Windsor, Hants Co. 

Oake, Chesley Maxwell Toronto, Ont. 

Pentz, Walter Henry Halifax. 

Scammell, Harold Lambert .... Pictou. 

Skinner, Murray Clifford Lakeville, King's Co. 

Stewart, Ferdinand Ernest Llew- 
elyn Bluefields, Jamaica, B. W. L 

Tuttle, Arthur Fulton Pugwash, Cumb. Co. 

Wickwire, John Cox Milford Station, Hants Co. 

Wood, Daniel McLean Brookfield, P. E. L 

Special Students. 

Baird, Avard Russell Windsor, Hants Co. 

Holder, Frederick Barrington, 

M. B., M. D., CM (Queen's) Georgetown, B. G. 

Registered for Examination Only. 

Archibald, Robert Edmund. . . .New Town, Guys. Co. 
Cooper, Reginald Frederick 

Clough Hahfax. 

Gow, Bernard James Roberts . . Halifax. 

Green, Solomon Arthur Ca.edonia Mines, C. B. Co. 

Haslam, Maurice Brent Buffalo, New York, U. S. A. 

MacLatchy, Robert Eraser .... Halifax. 

Pidgeon, Ira Sanborn St. John, N. B. 

Resnick, Mildred Halifax. 

Verge, Murray William The Lodge, Lun. Co. 



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