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THE REMARKABLE THERAPEUTIC

ACTION OF

LACTO-GLOBULIN

upon the gastro intestinal tract is due to its richnesi in the natural enzymes or soluble ferments of fresh milk.

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FACULTY OF MEDICINE, MONTREAL

John H. HAMILTON, M A., D.C.L., Chancellor. F. W. CAMPBELL., M.D., Dean of Faculty. J. B. MCCONNELL, M.1)., Vice-Dean of Faculty.

J. M. JACK, M.D., Registrar. GEORGE FISK, M.D., Asst. Registrar. F. W. CAMPBELL, M.A., M.D., L.R.C.P. Lond.. D.C.L.Daan, Professor of Medicine, Phy.

sician to the Montreal General and Western Hospitals J. B, MCCONNELL, M.D., C.M., Vice-Dean Associate Professor Practice of Medi ine, Physician

Western Hospital. JAMES PERRIGO, A.M., M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng., Professor of Gynæcology, Surgeon Western Hos

pital. H, L. REDDY, B.A., M.D., L.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P. Lond., Professor of Obstetrics, Physician to

Western Hospital, Physician Accoucheur Women's Hospital. A. LAPTHORN SMITH, B.A., M.D., L.R. C.S.E. L.R.C.P. Professor of Clinical Gynæcology,

Surgeon Western Hospital, Gynæcologist Montreal Dispensary. J. T. DOXALD, M.A., Professor of Chemistry. GEO. TILLERIE Ross, M.D., Lecturer on Laryngology and Rhinology, Laryngologist Western

Hospital. JOSEPH BEMROSE, ".C.S. Profaegns of Practical Chemistry. F. R. ENGLAND, M.D., Professor of Surgery, Surgeon western Hospitai. W. H. DRUMMOND, C.M., M.D., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, ANDREW MACPAAIL, B.A., M.D., C.M., M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P Lond., Professor of Pathol

ogy and Bacteriology., Pathologist Western Hospital. ROBT, WILSON, M.D., Profes or of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Physician Western

Hospital, out-patient department. JAMES V. ANGLIN, B.A., M.D., Professor of Mental Diseases, Assistant Superintendent Pro

testant Hospitai i'or the Insane, Verdun. C. A. HEBERT, M.R.C.P., London, M.R.C.S., England, Professor of Anatomy, Temple Bldg.

St. James St.
G. H. MATHEWSon, B.A., M.D., Professor of Opthalmology.

LECTURERS,
W. GRANT STEWART, B.A., M.D., C.M., Lecturer in Medicine, Physician to Western Hospital
ROLLO CAMPBELL, C.M., M.D., Lecturer on Surgery, Assistant Surgeon Western Hospital.
WILLIAM BURNETT,C.M., M.D., Lecturer in Obstetrics, Assistant Accoucher Women's Hog-

pital.
F. J. HACKETT, C.M., M.D., Lecturer in Surgery. Assistant Surgeon Western Hospital.
C. A. HEBBERT, M.R.C.P. Lond., M.R.C.S. Eng., Lecturer in Anatomy,
A. J. RICHER, C.M., M.D.. Lecturer in Medicine.
D. MCNAMARA, M.D., C.M.,Lecturer in Anatomy.
W. G, REILLY, M.D., Lecturer in Anatomy, Physician Western Hospital.
JAMES M. JACK, M.D., Lecturer in Dermatology, Dermatologist to Western Hospital.
R. H. CRAIG, M. D., 'Lcturer in Laryngology and Rhinology, Laryngologist to Western

Hospital.
C. I. S'IARPE, M.D., Lecturer in Pediatrics.
R. F. RORKE, M.D., Lecturer in Histology.
Geo. Fisk, M.D., Lecturer in Surgery, Asst. Surgeon Western Hospital,
Gen, HALL, M.D., Lecturer in Physiology, 581 Wellington street.
L. LABERGE, M. D., Health Officer of City of Montreal, Lecturer in Hygiene.

INSTRUCTORS.
HERBERT TATLEY, M.D., Instructor in Surgery, Asst. Surgeon Western Hospitai.
J.J. BEYNY, M.D., Instructor in Anästhetics, Ånästhetist Western Hospital.
E. A. ROBERTSON M.D.. Instructor in Gynecology, Physician Montreal Dispensary.
Chas. C. GURD, M.D., Instructor in Gynæcology.
F. E, TaoyPSON, Instructor in Obstetrics.

DEMONSTRATORS.
G. A LAO'MBE, M.D., M.P.P., Demonstrator of Anatomy, 710 St. Catherine street.
F. W. GILDAY, M.D., Demonstrator in Surgery Orthopaedics), 68 Beaver Hall Hiil
I. L. HARGRAVE, B.A., M.D. Demonstrator of An y, 16 St. Famille street.
H. LIGHTSTONE, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.

MATRICULATION EXAMINERS.
Rev. G. A BROTT SMITH, M.A., B.D.
L. R. HOLMS, ESQ., M.A.

EXAMINER FOR WEST INDIES
Rev. J. B. ELLIS, M.A., Kingston, Jamaica.

The course leading to the degree of C.M., M.D. extends over four years, and consists of four winter sessions of nine months each, beginning in Uetober.

The Faculty of Medicine of Bishop's College aims at imparting a invroughly practical medical education, and its facilities for doing so are in many respects unequalled in Canada. In addition to the regular course of didactic lectures, students have the advantage of extensive and varied hospital privileges.

The General Hospital, Royal Victoria, Western Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hngpital and Dispensaries atford every opportunity to students of this

College to receive clinical instruction p Medicine

and Surgery. At the Women's Hospital special advantages are afforded for the ractical study of Obrtetrice.

The annual College fees are $100.
For information and copies of Annual Announcement, addres

J. M. JACK, M.D., Registrar.

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