ROYAL COMMISSION ON VIVISECTION

@article{ROYALCO,
  title={ROYAL COMMISSION ON VIVISECTION},
  author={},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  volume={2},
  pages={1078 - 1083}
}
  • Medicine
  • British Medical Journal
ENTERTAINMENTS. On Thursday evening the members were offered two gala performances-one in the Opera and the other in the "Schauspielhaus." The delegates and press correspondents were presented with free tickets, while others paid a small sum for each seat. In the Opera Wagner's Tannamer was performed. Kraus took the title r6le, but his voice showed evidence of tiring, the inequality of the notes being at times very noticeable. Frau Krall of Dresden sang the part of Elizabeth in a manner which… Expand

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Entrance Scholarships have also been awardfd to Mr. A. E. Hallinan (40 guineas) and to Mr. W. Leslie (30 guineas) and two Universities Scholarships of 72 guineas each to Mr
  • The Huzxley Scholarship (55 guineas) to Mr. E. M. Morris
Gilder respectively of University College. The Bucknill Scholarship, value 135 guineas, of UJniverslty College, the holder of which must pass on to the medical school of 'University College Hospital
  • Scholarship, value £30, has been awarded to Miss M. A. Jukes; and the Bostck Scholarship
Of the various entrance scholarships at the Medical School at this Hospital, the Price &holarship (value £120) has been awarded to Mr
    The Entrance Scholarship for University students, value £50, has been awarded to
      The Entrance Scholarship in Arts, value £100, to Mr
        and the Price Scholarship in Anatomy an^d Physiology (value £60) to Mr. C. J. F. Jessel, of the University of Oxford. The winners of the two Science Scholarships (£60 and £35) are Messrs
          of Derby Municipal Technical School and Halleybury College respectively. The winner of the University Scholarehip of 60 guineas is
          • The open Scholarships in Natural Science have been allotted as follows: One of £145 to