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3. Supply diagrammatic sketches of, and briefly define

the functions of the lathe, planing machine, shaping machine, drilling machine, and slotting inachine.

4. Describe fully the mode of constructing concrete

arches to carry railway traffic, supplying a detailed drawing of the centering, and indicating mode of testing the cement, sand, and stone, and providing against the expansion of large masses of concrete.

5. Design a brick arched bridge, 30 feet span, 20 feet

wide; height of road from foundation 22 feet. Foundation is rock.


The Board of Examiners.

1. Explain the difference of function of medullated

and non-medullated nerve fibres. What is their central origin, so far as motor power is concerned ? Give particular instances.

2. Explain the behaviour of a frog from which the

cerebral hemispheres have alone been removed.

3. Describe accurately the central and peripheral con

nexions of the auditory nerve.

4. How can that fundamental error, viz., that when

the heart contracts its apex is drawn up, be disproved both by theoretical reasoning and by experiments, or observations of all animals, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibia, and fish?


The Board of Examiners.

PART 1. 1. How would you demonstrate the chemical compo

sition of milk? 2. Where is glucose found? What are the most

convenient tests for its detection, and for its quantitive estimation ? How does it differ from

cane sugar? 3. Detail the experiments you made to demonstrate

the composition of oils and fats.

PART II. 1. Detail the microscopic examination of blood, and

the effects of the reagents used for the demonstra

tion of the corpuscles and of the crystals. 2. Describe the structure and connections of the

ciliary muscle. 3. Make a drawing of a vertical section of the retina

of a mammal.



The Board of Examiners.

1. Describe the bony walls of the nasal fossæ. 2. Describe the flexor tendons of the fingers and

thumb (excluding the short flexors) from the wrist to their insertions, with their fibrous and synovial sheaths.

3. Describe the external (or extrinsic) ligaments of

the knee.

4. Describe the structures entering into the sacro-iliac


5. Describe the origins, insertions, relations, and

functions of the following muscles:-Complexus, teres major, quadratus lumborum, obturator externus, tensor palati, extensor brevis digitorum.



The Board of Examiners.

1. Describe the crura cerebri.

2. Describe the origin, course, relations, branches, and

communications of the auriculotemporal nerve.

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3. Describe the origin, course, relations, branches, and

anastomoses of the superior intercostal artery. 4. Describe the deep palmar arch, with its relations,

branches, and communications.

5. Describe the membranous part of the male urethra,

and its relations.

6. Describe the origin, course, and relations of the

popliteal vein, and name the branches which it receives.

7. Describe the origin, course, relations, branches, and

communications of the obturator nerve.

8. Describe the functions of the muscles of the larynx

in a healthy person.

9. Describe the ossification of the temporal bone.


The Board of Examiners. 1. Describe the relations of the structures in the wall

of the cavernous sinus, and of those in the sphenoidal fissure.

2. Describe the pelvic fascia, and discuss its surgical


3. Describe the mastoid cells, and discuss their

surgical anatomy.

4. Describe fully a dissection of the index finger.

5. Describe the left pneumogastric nerve in the chest,

and the branches which it gives off in this region.

6. Describe the course of the lymphatics of the male

generative organs.

7. Describe the steps of the dissection necessary to

expose the posterior tibial artery in the middle third of the leg. Do not describe any structures in detail.


The Board of Examiners.

1. Describe the repair of arteries ligatured in con


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4. Describe in detail one method of staining and

mounting a preparation of tubercular sputum.

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