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Professor of Law.
Malkani, Kewalram Lokumal. Butani, Suratram Balchand.
Moorjani, Bhojraj Ratansing. (a) Gehani, Tuljaram Tilumal.
Shah, Bhudar Pragji. (a) Loda, Dewanmal Hemandas. (a) Toriani, Hashem Jaffer.
XVI.-BARODA LAW CLASS. The opening of the above Law Class for the purposes of the First LL.B. Examination was sanctioned by the Senate in December 1891.
Professor of Law.
Mehta, Navanitrai Natwarrai.
Mehta, Thakorlal Balkrishnadas. Bhat, Purnanand Mahanand.
Pandit, Purshotam Shanker. Bhave, Chintaman Shridhar.
Parikh, Somalal Bapulal. Daru, Maganlal Dahyabhai.
Patkar, Vaman Narayan. Desai, Manibhai Vasanji.
Shaikh, Ahmed Shaikh Babadoor. Doctor, Chimanlal Maganlal.
Tamhne, Rajaram Annaji. Gole, Shankar Hari.
Tavade, Ganesh Bhau. Kerhalkar, Ramchandra Vishnu. Thakor, Tribhovan Shobharam, Madnani, Lalsing Tarasing.
XVII.-BHAVNAGAR LAW CLASS.
(RECOGNIZED 1896.) The opening of the above Law Class was sanctioned by the Senate in March 1896 for a term of five years. Another recognition for a further term of five years was given by the University in January 1901.
Professor of Laro.
Sathe, Sukhlal Dahyalal. Oonda via, Harjivan Jutha.
Shah, Narotam Deachand. Patel, Mulji Jetha.
Sinor, Kaikhu shro Peshotan.
(@) Passed 1st LL.B. Examination in 1991.
(RECOGNIZED 1860.) This College was established in the year 1845, under the name of the Grant Medical College, as a tribute to the inemory of the late Sir Robert Grant, Governor of Bombay, with whom the system of instruction pursued in it originated. The object of its establishment is to "impart, through a scientific system, the benefit of medical instruction to the Natives of Western India.” A moiety of the cost of the building was defrayed by Sir Robert Grant's friends—the remainder by Government. The funds for the support of the College, with the exception of certain endowments for the encouragement of deserving students, are contributed by Government.
The College is under the immediate control of a Principal, who is subordinate to the Director of Public Instruction. Lectures are delivered in the English language on every branch of Medical Science by Professors, who are generally
officers on the Bombay Medical Establishment.
Attached to the College is a Laboratory for Scientific Medical Research, the gift of Mr. Framji Dinshaw Petit. This Institution was opened on the 17th February 1891.
Clinical instruction is imparted in the Jamsetji Jijibhai Hospital which contains 395 beds, in the Cowasji Jehangbier Ophthalmic Hospital containing 38 beds, the Bai Motlibai Obstetric Hospital containing 40 beds, and the Dinshaw Manekji Petit Hospital for Women and Children containing 40 beds.
The students are arranged in classes :1. Graduates and Undergraduates of the University of Bombay, who are educated through the English language for Medical Degrees.
2. Members of the European Branch of the Government Medical Subordinate Department, who are educated through the English language for the grade of Military Assistant Surgeon,
The College possesses the following endowments :
The Farish, Carnac, Anderson, Reid, McLennan, Jamkhandi, Cowasji Jebanghier Readymoney, Lisboa, and Cursetji Framji Khory Scholarships; the Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy Prize Gold Medal, Arnott Prize Medal and Hemabhoy Vakutchund Medal Funds; the Sir Jamsetji Jeejeebhoy Medical Book Fund; the Sir Jamsetji Jeejeebhoy Medical Prize, Sir Cowasjee Jehanghier Readymoney Morbid Anatomy Prize ; Sir J. P. Willoughby, Hunter, Cursetji Framji Khory, and Dinbai Dinsha Wachha Prize Funds; the Hunter, MacDougall, Hewlett and Wellington Gray Memorial Funds ; the Petit Library Fund; and the Lord Reay Lectureship Fund.
The aggregate sum on account of these endowments, amounting to Rs. 1,69,600, is lodged as follows :
Formerly the College conferred upon its students a Diploma or License to practise medicine, and the designation “Graduate of Grant Medical College." There are at the present time many such Graduates, who either are engaged in the private practice of their profession or are in the service of Government. Upon the establishment of the University of Bombay, the College ceased to grant diplomas, and became affiliated to the University as a College for medical education.
Principal. W. K. Hatch, M.B., C.M. (Aberd.), F.R.C.S. (Eng), Principal and Professor
of Surgery, Clivical and Operative Surgery. (On Furlough to Europe.) H. P. Dimmock, M.D., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., acting Principal and Professor of Midwifery.
L. F. Childe, M.B. Professor of Medicine and Therapeutics and Clinical
Medicine. W. H. Quicke, F.R.C.S., Professor of Surgery, Clinical and Operative Sur
gery. C. H. L. Meyer, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Morbid Anatomy and
Curator of Pathological Museum. A. Street, M.B., F.R.C.S., Professor of Anatomy and Curator of the Museum.
L. T. R. Hutchinson, M.A., M.D., B.C., Professor of Physiology, Histology
and Hygiene. T. D. C. Barry, F.R.S. (Edin.), Professor of Chemistry, Practical Chemistry,
Prautical Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence.
H. Herbert, F.R.C.S., Professor of Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery.
Shapurji Dossabhoy Bharucha, L.M. & S., Demonstrator in Anatomy.
Jal Sorabji B. Vakil, L.M. & S., Tutor of Surgery.
Pharmacy and Botany.
Medica. Dossabhai Rustomji Bardi, L.M. & S., Tutor of Chemistry and Medical Juris.
prudence, &c. Shamrao Balkrishna Nayak, L.M. & S., Tutor of Anatomy, Rustomji Manekji Kalapesi, L.M. & S., Tutor of Pathology and Morbid
Anatomy (on leave). S. A. Banker, L.M. & S., acting. A, A. Gair, L.M. & S., Tutor of Chemistry and Medical Jurisprudence. Trimbak Dinkar Velankar, B.Sc., L.M. & S., Tutor of Physiology and Histo,
logy. Jalegar Rustomji Vakil, L.M. & S., Tutor of Medicine. K. M. Dubash, F.R.C.S., L.M. & S., Tutor of Midwifery.
Jehangir Byramji Dordi. (t) * Patrick Fernandes, Carnac and * Gulamally Chandubhai Mer Farish Scholar,
khale, Anderson and Reid * Jamsetji Byramji Mama,
* Paul P. Fernandes.
* Jacintho D'Silva. * Rutanshaw Hormusji Umrigar. * Miss Navazbai Sorabji Cap Sadashiv Ramchandra Gore.
tain, * Hormusji Framji Maneckshaw. * Manchershaw Rustomji Colombo* Miss Irene Mabel Dewey, Farish
Abdulgaffur Hussein Shaik, Nurmahomed Rebemtula Mer- * Braz Lawrence Gonsalves chant.
* Pius E. Fonseca, Nagpur Scholar. * Miss Isabella Adamson Lamb, * Ardeshir Dorabji Rahadi,
* Passed First and Second Examination in Medicine. Passed B.A. Examination (Madras).
* Passed F. A. Examination (Calcutta), B 1961-30
* Miss Dunbai Hormusji Wadia,
P. H. Cama Scholar. * Bezonji Manekji Katrak. * Joramdas Khatanmal Kripalani. * Kershasp Dinshaw Khambata. * Francis Xavier Dias. * Jamsetji Rustomji Postwala. * N. Joseph Rodrigues, * Ashutosh Dutt.
* Darasbaw Jamasji Asana. [ * Ramrao Devappa Bailur, My.
sore Scholar. * Govindrao Vithal Lad. * Vishnu Tatyaji Korke. * Miss Gulbai Hormusji Pesikaka.
Edgar Cecil MacDonald, Joseph C. DeQuadros. * Miranji Umar Chawan. * Dinkar Dhondopant Sathaye. * Vasudeo Raghunath Talvalkar.
Gulam husein Verji Patel.
Waman Govind Nadkarni. * Ramchandra Madhavrao Tatke. * Waman
Scholar. * Jagannath Visbnu Shirgaokar,
Farish Scholar, * Burjorji Phirozshaw Banaji,
Reid Scholar. * Vinayak Waman Mulay, Ander.
son Scholar, * Parbhudas Bhagwandas Mahu
P. H. Cama amd Sir James
* Gajanan Balwant Dapapur kar. $ * Kalyandas Jekisondas Desai. * Dwarkanath Dharamdas Kamat. * Phirozshaw Cuverji Bharucha. * Vithal Hari Kelkar. * Gaurishankar Kalyanji Upa.
* Govind Waman Munshi.
Feroza, * Chandulal Vithaldas Doctor. * John Edmund De. Almeida. * Vitinho De, Dima. Raghavendra Venkatrao Pad.
Ramkrishna Narayan Gore.
Narayen Vinayek Kothare.
Laxman Vasudev Paranjpe.
Gajanan Krishnanath Kirtikar. * Balwar trai Narsinhalal Kanga. * J. Simson D'Souza. * Kaikhosru Cowasji Kanga. * Ardeshir Manchershaw Meher
Homji. Teheralli Mahomedally Hakim. * Damoder Babaji Mandle. * Gajanan Raghoba Talpade. * Cyril Navalkar. * Ganesh Sadashiv Sahasrabudhe. # Thomas William Cassels. * Yeshwant Damodar Gidh,
*•Passed First and Second Examination in Medicine. $ Passed B.A. Examination.
Passed B.Sc, Examination.