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Department includes, besides other objects, a representative collection of the skeletal remains of the different races of mankind, largely gifts to the Museum from former students, and a valuable series of the contents of short cists (along with a specimen of a short cist), found in the north-east of Scotland. Con. tributions of specimens will be welcomed by the Curator.
The following Museums are open to the public:
and on application to Sacrist: Monday to Friday 10 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. and 2 to 4 P.M. ; Saturday, 10 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.
Botany and Geology-On application to Sacrist.
2. BOTANICAL MUSEUM.
Curator - Professor Trail.
This Museum is chiefly made up of materials prepared for class instruction. There are also in the department a herbarium of British Plants, both Phanerogams and Cryptogams, and collections from various parts of the world.
A collection is being formed to illustrate the diseases of plants and useful products. Contributions of specimens to extend the usefulness of the Museum will be welcomed ; and information with regard to the nature of the contributions most desirable and to the best methods of collecting and preserving such will be gladly given on application to the Curator.
3. MUSEUM OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND HYGIENE.
Curator—Professor Matthew Hay.
This Museum contains specimens and objects illustrative of Medical Jurisprudence and Hygiene, including a large number of casts taken from Medico-legal cases, chiefly in the extensive practice of Dr. Francis Ogston, late Professor of Medical Juris. prudence in the University. There is also a large collection of Poisons. The Museum likewise contains a considerable quantity of Hygienic apparatus.
The Curator will be glad to receive additions to the Museum from Graduates and others who may meet with novel Medicolegal cases, or who may be resident abroad and become acquainted with new Poisons. Objects illustrative of Hygiene will also be gladly accepted.
4. GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM.
Curator-A. W. Gibb, D.Sc. The Museum contains collections of minerals, rocks and fossils. In the floor cases these are arranged as an introduction to the study of the several branches of the science; in the wall cases the specimens are classified in systematic order.
The Museum is open at all times to students attending the courses in the Geological Department. Visitors will be admitted on application to any of the officials in the Department.
5. MATERIA MEDICA MUSEUM.
Curator - Professor Cash.
The Materia Medica Museum is very extensive and tolerably complete; it is arranged with the view of illustrating the subject as far as possible, and providing specimens which may be freely handled and examined by the Students. Of late a considerable number of valuable additions have been made to the specimens in the Museum, and not a few of them are gifts from old Students and Graduates now resident abroad.
6. MIDWIFERY MUSEUM.
Curator-Professor McKerron. The Midwifery Museum contains specimens illustrative of Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children, together with instruments, casts and models. It is open to Members of the Class, who are afforded every facility for study in the Museum.
7. PATHOLOGICAL MUSEUM.
Curator-Professor Shennan. The Pathological Museum is open daily to Students of Medicine.
8. SURGICAL MUSEUM.
Curator - Professor Marnoch. Contains over 2500 specimens illustrative of Surgical Pathology collected by the past and present occupants of the Chair of Surgery. They have been derived from various sources, many of them having been presented by former students. It also possesses a large collection of surgical instruments and appliances, over 600 in number, arranged for inspection. The museum is open to students daily.
9. ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM.
Curator-Professor Thomson. The collections contained in this Museum are arranged under the direction of the Professor, so as to facilitate the practical Study of Zoology, and are open to Students every day. Visitors may be admitted on application to any of the officials in the Department.
LABORATORIES. There are now fully-equipped Laboratories connected with the following Departments in the Faculties of Medicine and Science : Anatomy, Anthropometry, Bacteriology, Botany, Chemistry, Pharmacology, Physics, Physiology, Public Health and Zoology. Graduates or others desiring to engage in special study, or research may be admitted by the Senatus to prosecute such study or research in any of the Laboratories in the University, in accordance with the provisions of Ord. No. 61 (see under "Science"). Research Students are exempted from payment of Laboratory Fees, but are required to matriculate each year, paying the ordinary Matriculation Fee.
Forms of Application for admission as Research Students may be had from the Secretary of Senatus.
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Subscribers of Reidhaven Majority Testimonial Reidhaven.
Argyllshire ; Hugh Munro Mackenzie, of Pros-
son Walker of Gilgarran, Cumberland
The Glasgow Aber
d’nshire (Medical). James Taylor, Retired Deputy Inspector-General Greenskares.
of Hospitals and Fleets, Portobello The London Morayshire Club ...
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shire Club. Jas. Mackay, St. John's Grove, Richmond, Surrey Mackay's Gift. Rev. Adam. Corbet, D.D., Drumoak...
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Greig (W.) (Arts).
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to Students of
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(in Arts). Rev. William Linton Baxter, M.A., Careston, Linton Bursary Forfarshire
(Arts). Wm. Strachan, of Moreseat
(in Medicine). Colonel Hector Mackenzie, Fortrose ...
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Gray Bursary (Arts).
(in Law). Patrick Gammie, Kensington, London
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(Arts). James Curry Baxter, S.S.C., Edinburgh
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saries (Arts). Angus Mackay, Watten, Caithness
ary) Bursary. Colonel Alex. Milne, C.I.E., M.A., Cachar
Milne Bursaries. William Knox, Grain Merchant, Aberdeen
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dents. Alex. Gillanders, retired Custom-House Officer, Bursary or Medal Harrogate
in Medicine. James Hunter, Merchant, Banchory
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cal). James Campbell, LL.D., Edinburgh
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