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Surgery — '^ An American Text-Book of Surgery." Keen and
White.

Operative Dentistry — Kirk. Taft.

Dental Anatomy and PathoUujy — Burchard. Tomes.

Histology — Piersol.

Metallurgy — Hodgeu.

Books of Reference — American System of Dentistry; Harris'
Dental Dictionary; Garretson or Tomes Dental Surgery;
Kingsley and Coles — Oral Deformities; Newth's Inorganic
Chemistry; Simon — Manual of Chemistry; Farrar — Irregu-
larities of the Teeth; Marshall — Oral Surgery.



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SUMMARi: OF GRADUATES.

Of thk Collbgk 212

Ok THK School of Enoinrkkinu 194

Of tub Law School 687

Of thk Medical Collkgk 2,li58

Of thk Dental College 423

HONOUAKY GRADUATKH 13

3,687



SUMMARY OF MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

^1898-1899-. ,-1899-1900-.
iSty. Instr. JStn. Instr,
College and School of Engi-
neering 167 24 182 23

Law School 147 15 149 16

Medical College 97 34 203 44

Dental College 112 16 111 16

Total Graduate and Undek-

Grapi-ate Departments , . . 523 89 645 99

PREPARATOKY SCHOOLS.

Smith Academy 370 21 377 21

Mary Institute 408 28 411 28

Manual Training School . . . 234 14 213 15

1,012 63 1,001 64
Total Graduate, Undergraduate

and Preparatory Departments 1,536 152 1,646 163

School OF Fine Arts .... 311 11 293 13

Total Connected with the Uni-
versity 1,846 163 1,939 176



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OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS.

rSDKRGRADUATE DKPARTMENT.

President: Mr. Ben Blewitt.
Vice-President: Mr. A. L. Jounhon.
Secretary and Treasurj' : Mr. William D. Hudson.
Executive Committee: Mr. R. Bent Russell, Mr. F. E.
Bausch, Mr. T. F. Chaplin.

law department.

President: Mr. Selden P. Spencer.
First Vice-President: Mr. Edw. C. Eliot.
Second Vice-President: Mr. Joseph W. Lewis.
Secretary: Mr. Arthur E. Kammerer.
Treasurer: Mr. Henry W. Oberschrlp.
Executive Committee: Mr. William E. O'Brien, Mr.
Charlks Erd, Mr. Geo. F. Haii>.

medical department.

President: Dr. John Zahorsky.
Vice-President: Dr. Given Campbell.
Corresponding Secretary: Dr. Robert J. Terry.
Recording Secretary: Dr. Joseph W. Charles.
Treasurer: Dr. Phil. Hoffman.

dental department.

President: Du. J. G. Harper.
Vice-President: Dr. O. H. Manuard.
Secretary: Dr. J. B. Kimbrough.
Treasurer: Dr. C. E. SciirMACiiER.

Executive Committee: Dr. C. E. Schumacher, Dr. A. H.
Fui.LKH, Dr. T. L. Porpperling.



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GENERAL INDEX.



Page.

Admission to

CJolle^e 49

School of EngineerinK ... 54

Law School 120

Medical School 14.S

Dental College 155

Botany, The Henry Shaw

School of 73

Advisory Committee .... 74

Instructors 74

Information 75

Special Classes 78

Calendar of the

University 3

School of Fine Arts 82

Law School 106

Medical School l.SO

Dental School 150

College, The 49

Removal to New Site . . . . *22

Courses of Study 32

Student.s 25

Admission 49

Testimonials Required ... 49
Division of Kxaminntions . . 49
Requirements for Admission
to the Freshman Class ... 50

Special Students 51

Prescrihed Studies for the

Freshman Year 52

Prescribed Studies for the

Sophomore Year 53

Advisers to Students ....

Choice of Studies m

Degrees f58

Tuition Fees 71

CONSTITCTTON OF THE I'NIVKR-

SITY 1.')

Corporation 5



Page.
Degkeb op
liachelor of Arts, Recjuire-

ments for 53

Bachelor of Science, Require-
ments for 68

Doctor of Medicine, Require-
ments for 140

Doctor of Dental Medicine,

Requirements for 171

Degrees, Advanced .... 69
departments of washington

CNIVERSITr 19

Endowment 17

Expenses of Students ... 72

Gymnasium, The fu;

History of the University . 15
Lecture Foundations . . . cw
Library and Reading Room . 65
Mis.souRi Dental ('ollege . . 155

Calendar 15()

Board of Overseers 157

Faculty 158

Demonstrators 159

Instructors, Clinical .... 159

Graduates lt>0

Students 161

Requirements for Admission . 165

Lectures 167

Course of Study 168

Infirmary 169

Dental Technics 170

Operative Technics 170

Requirements for the Degree
of Doctor of Dental Medicine 171

Tuition Fees i;2

Text -books 1/2

Prizes 171



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\VA8IIIN'(;T(>X rXIVKRSITY.



TAiiK.
OFFICKKS OFTHK ALI'MNI \HS0-

<'1ATIC)S.H I7fi

ST. lA)vis l^w School . . . . lOR

C'alendar 106

Faculty 107

Advisory and KxamininK

Hoard 100

Committee on Kxaminations .ill

Honors 112

Students 113

History 120

Kn<lowment and Kdilice . . .120

Admission 120

Course of Stuily 122

Moot Court 124

(iraduation 123

Fees nnd Kxpenses 124

Scholarship and Prizes . . . 125
Advanced Class 127

ST. I.oris AND Missouri Mkd-

ICAL COLLKiiK

Calendar l.W

Board of Overseers 131

Faculty 131

In>tructors 131

Information l.V)

Slu<lents 14H

Admission 143

Admission to Advanced sianil-

ing 144

Course of Study 13»>

(iraduate Courses 144

Decree of Doctor of Medicine . 144

Tuition Fees 145

Scholarships Ufi

IVizes I4«

Hospital Appointments . . . 154
St. Louis School of Fink Arts

Calendar N2

Hoanl of Control s4



Pacjk.

Instruclors Hi

Information Hfi

Tuition F^es f<7

l*rojcramine W*

Course of Instruction .... 92

Lectures »7

Collections 100

I*ri7.es 9K

Museum of Fine Arts .... 100

Students 101

School OF KNOiNEEKiN(i. The . 54

Removal to New Site .... 2*2

Students 25

Ke<|uireraents for Admission . 54

Divisions of Kxaminations . . 54
Kequirements for Admission to

the Freshman Class .... 55
Course of .*^tudy in Civil Kn-

Kineering 5H

Course of Study in Mechanical

Kngineering 511

Course of Study in Klectrical

Kngineering .^

(V)urse in Chemistry . . . . fil
tieneral Course in Science ami

literature fil

Course In Architecture . . . fi2

Kxaminations tu

Degrees tW

A<lvanced Degrees fi9

Tuition Fees 71

Studies, Choice op hH

Summary of (Graduates . . .175

i:NnER<}KAl>UATB DEPARTMENT

Courses of Instruction ... 32
Officers of Government and

Instruction fi

Kemoval to New Site .... 22

Scholarships m



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1900-1901.



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A CATALOGUE



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ACADEMIC YEAR 1900-1901.



ST. LOUIS:

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CALENDAR FOR 1901 AND 1902.



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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

19(J0-19Q1.

Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,

Tuesday and Wednesday, September 25-2().
Entrance Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 20.
Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 25-26.
Entrance Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 25-26.
School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 24.
Undergraduate Department opens Thursday, September 27.
Law School opens Thursday, September 27.
Medical College opens Thursday, September 27.
Dental College opens Thursday, September 27.
Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 20.
Vacation, December 24, rJOO, to January 2, 1901, inclusive.
First Term ends Saturday, February 2.
Second Term begins Monday, Februar>' 4.
Holiday, Washington's Birthday, Friday, February 22.
Holiday, Good Friday, April 6.
Medical College closes Friday, April 19.
Dental College closes Thursday, April 25.
Commencement, Medical and Dental Colleges, Thursday,

April 25.
University Holiday, Friday, May 10.
Exhibition ok Work of School of Fine Arts, June 12-14.
Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,

Monday and Tuesday, June 17-18.
Commencement, Law School and Undergraduate Department,

Thursday, June 20.
Vacation, June 21 to September 26.



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WASHINGTON UNTVKBSITT.



1901-1902.



Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate DepartmeDt,
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 24-25.

Entkanck Examination to the Law School, Tuesday, Septem-
ber 24.

Entkani'K Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, Septemljer 24-25.

Entranck Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, Septem)>er 24-2r>.

School of Fink Arts opens Monday, September 23.

Undkroraduatk Dki'artmknt opens Thursday, Septemljer 2(>.

Law S(^hool opens Thursday, September 2(5.

Mrdical Collkgk opens Thursday, September 2(>.

Dkntal Collkok opens Thursday, September 2(i.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Noveml)er 28.

Vacation, December 23, 1901, to January 1, 1902, inclusive.

First Term ends Saturday, February 1.

Second Term begins Monday, February 3.



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CORPORATION.



PRESIDENT :

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS.

VICK-PRK8IDKNT :

HENRY HITCHCOCK.

8KCRKTARY :

GEORGE M. BARTLETT.

TRBA6URKR :

WINFIKLD S. CHAPLIN.
Oflice in University Building, 1704 Washington Avenue.



DIRECTORS :



HENRY HITCHCOCK
JAMES E. YEATMAN
GEORGE E. LEIGHTON
EDWIN HARRISON . .
HENRY W. ELIOT . .
SAMUEL CUPPLES . .
GEORGE A. MADILL .
WILLIAM L. HUSE . .
ROBERT S. BROOKINGS
CHARLES NAGEL . .
GEORGE O. CARPENTER
ISAAC H. LIONBERGER
ALFRED L. SHAPLEIGH
ISAAC W. MORTON . .
ADOLPHUS BUSCH . .
DAVID R. FRANCIS . .
WILLIAM E. GUY . .



. 54 Vandeventer pi.

. 3817 Washington boul.

. 803 Garrison av.

. 3747 Westminster pi.

. 2635 Locust St.

, 3673 West Pine boul.

4140 Linden boul.

9 Westmoi-eland pi.

5125 Lin del I av.

3969 Washington »)oul.

Russell & Conipton avs.

3630 Delmar boul.

3636 Delmar boul.

49 Vandeventer pi.

1 Busch place.

4421 Maryland av.

4380 Westminster pi.



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OFFICERS

OF

GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN,A.M.,LL.D.,
Chancellor 3«36 West Pine boul.

UNDEKGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

SYLVESTER WATERHOUSE,Pli.D.,
LL.D., Collier Professor of Greek . 1037 Washlnj^n av.

CALVIN M.W001)WARD,A.B.,Ph.D.,
Thayer Professor of Mathematics
and Applied Mechanics 3013 Hawthorne boul.

GEORGE E. JACKSON, A.M., Profes-
sor of Latin 4400 Morgan st.

MARSHALL S. SNOVV,A.M., Profes-
sor of History, and Dean of the
Collej^e 529 Sprins; av.

FRANCIS E. NIPHER,A.M., Waymau
Crow Professor of Physics . . . 3021 Dickson st.

EDMUND A. ENGLEK,A.M., Ph.D.,
Professor of Mathematics and De-
scriptive Geometry, and Dean of the
School of Engineerint? . . . . . 1220 Hamilton av.

Professor of

Mathematics and Astronomy . . .

JOHN FISKE,LL.D., Litt.D., Univer-
sity Professor of American History . Cambridge, Mass.

WILLIAM TRELEASE.S.D.. Engel-
mann Professor of Botany . . . Mo. Botanical Garden.



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OFFICKRS OF GOVEUNMEXT AND INSTRUCTION. t

JAMES MAIN DIXON,M.A., F.K.S.E.,
Professor of the English Language
and Literature y««() Vou Verso u av.

*OTTO HELLER,Ph.D., Professor of
the German Language and Liter-
ature • .

JOHN HENRY K1NEALY,1).E., Pro-
fessor of Mechanical Engineering . 5030 Morgan st.

EDWARD H. KEISER,Ph.D., Eliot

Professor of Chemistry 519 Spring av.

JOHN LANE VAN ORNUM,C.E., Will-
iam Palm Professor of Civil En-
gineering 4209 Delmar b^ul.

GL'STAV HAMBACH,M.D., Adjunct-
Professor of Geology 1319 Lami St.

HOLMES SMITH, Instructor in Draw-
ing 2G60 Washington av.

GASTON DOUAY, Instructor in the
French Language and Literature . 53<}2 Maple av.

HERMANN VON SCHRENK,A.M.,
Ph.D., Instructor in Botany ... 48 Nicholson pi.

ROBERT F. HOXIE,Ph.B., Instruc-
tor in Economics 38G2 Russell av.

GELLERT ALLEMAN,B.S., Ph.D.,

Instructor in Chemistry .... 53(>2 Maple av.

*ALEXANDER LANGSDORF,B.S.,In- V

structorin Physics 3133 Laclede av.

HERBERT F. ROBERTS.A.B., M.S.,
Instnictor in Botany 1748 Waverly pi.

WILLIAM H. ROEVER,B.S., In-
structor in Astronomy 10(X) N. Grand av.

JAMES A. CHILES,A.M., Instructor

in German 3(>34 Russell av.

GEORGE STANLEY MACOMBER,

M.E., Instructor in Physics . . . Washington University.

* Ab<onl on leave.



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WASHINGTON UNIVEB8ITY.



ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.

HALSEY C. IVES, Director, Lecturer
on the Historical Deyelopment of
Art 3731 Westminster pi.

HOBKRT P. BRINOHURST, In-
structor in Modeling and Sculpture 1820 Locust st.

EDWARD M. (CAMPBELL, Instructor
in Drawinj^ and Painting from Still
Life . . . • Studio bldg.

ALICE M. MORE, Secretary, lecturer
on the History of Painting, Renais-
sance, and Modern Schools . . . 5881 Plymouth av.

CHARLES WARD RHODES, In-
structor in Perspective, Shades and
Shadows 370« Olive St.

EDMUND H. WUERPEL, Instructor
in Drawing and Painting from Life
and Composition 3500 Henrietta st.

CHARLES P. DAVIS, Instructor in
tlie Antique 3500 Henrietta st.

ALICE M. (t. PATTISOX, Lecturer on
Engraving, Etching and Allied Arts 4254 Olive st.

ELISE BLATTNER, Lecturer on the

History of An 1829a Lafayette av.

LAURENCE EWALD, Instructor in
Mechanical and Architectural Draw-
ing 046 Maryville av.

CHARLES A. WINTER, Instructor in
Drawing and Painting from Life, and
Composition Studio bldg.

HENRIETTA ORD JONES, Instructor
in Ceramic Painting Tlie Berlin.

FREDERICK L. STODDARD, In-
structor in Design, Applied Art and
Water Color Webster Groves.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 9

SUSAN D'ARCY, Librarian . . . . 5884 Bartmer av.
GRACE HAZARD, Instructor in Satur-
day Classes Klrkwood, Mo.

ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.

WILLIAM S. CURTIS, A.B., I.L.B.,
Dean 2140 Lafayette av.

AMOS M. THAYER,LL.D. (U. S. Cir-
cuit Judge), Professor of Equity and
Real Property Law 3638 West Pine boul.

CHARLES NAQEL,LL.B., Professor
of the Law of Contracts and Com-
mercial Law 30G9 Washington boul.

GUSTAVUS A. FINKELNBURG, Lec-
turer on International Law *. . . 1843 Kennett pi.

EDWARD C. ELIOT,A.M., LL.B., Lec-
turer on Sales and Bailments . . . 5468 Maple av.

PENDLETON TAYLOR BRYAN,
LL.B., Lecturer on the I^aw of
Torts and Negligence 4346 McPherson av.

CHARLES P. JOHNSON,A.M.,LL.B.,
Lecturer on Criminal Law .... 4300 Washington boul.

FREDERICK N.JUDSON,A.M., LL.B.,
Lecturer on Comparative Jurispru-
dence 3733 Washington boul.

ISAAC H. L10NBERGER,A.M., Lec-
turer on Corporations, Statutes of
Limitations and Statutes of Fraud . 3630 Delmar boul.

LEE SALE,LL.B., Lecturer on Part-
nership 2734 Lucas av.

PAUL F. COSTE.A.B., LL.B., Lecturer
on Bills and Notes 44 Nicholson pi.

C. ORRICK BISHOP, Lecturer on
Criminal Law Jennings, Mo.

EDWARD S. ROBERT,LL.B., Lec-
turer on Evidence 3224 Washington av.



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10 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

JAMES P. MAGINN.LL.B., Lecturer

on Administration 55H8 Bartmer av.

EBKN I<ICHARDS,LL.B., Lecturer on

Damatros 4007 Washington boul.

HENRY T. KENT.LL.B., Lecturer on

Jurisdiction of Federal Courts . .'809 N. Grand av.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

J. B. JOHNSON,M.D., Professor Emer-
itus of tlie Principles and Practice of
Medicine 4244 Washington bouL

P.GERV^\IS R()BINS()N,M.D.,LL.D.,
Professor Emeritus of tlie Principles
and Practice of Medicine 2710 Washington av.

J. K. BAUDUY,M.D.,LL.D., Professor
Emeritus of Psycliological Medicine
and Diseases of the Nervous Sys-
tem 2808 Olive st.

ELISIIA II, GRE(i()RY,M.D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles of Sur-
gery 3525 Lucas av.

G. BArM(;ARTEN,M.D., Professor of
the Practice of Medicine .... 5227 Washington av.

II. TUH0LSKP:,M.1).. Professor of the
Practice of Surgery and Clinical Sur-
gery 2337 Locust st.

T. F. PREWITT,M.D., Professor of

the I*rinclples of Surgery . . . .4015 Westminster pi.

W. E. FISCMEL,M.l)., Professor of
Clinical Medicine 2<)47 Washington av.

ROBERT LVEI)EK1N(J,M.D., Pro-
fessor of the Diseases of Children . 1837 Lafayette av.

JOHN P. BRYSON.M.D., Professor of

(icnito-rrinary Surirery. Treas. . . 3833 West Pine boul.

JDSTIN STEER,M.l).. Professor of

Clinical Medicine 3120 Washnigton av.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 11

W. A. HAKDA\VAY,M.I)., LL.I)., Pro-
fessor of Diseases of the Skin and
Syphilis 2920 Locust st.

H. N. SPENCEU,A.M., M.D., LL.I).,
Professor of Otoio^ry 2725 Wasliiiigtou av.

W. C. GLASGOW, A. B., M.D., Pro-
fessor of Clinical Medicine and
Laryugolo£?y 2847 Washington av.

HENRY SCHWARZ.M.l):, Professor
of Obstetrics 1728 Chouteau av.

PAUL Y. TUPPER,M.l)., Professor
of .Applied Anatomy and Operative
Surgery 4230 Delmar boul.

E. W. SAUNl)ERS,M.l)., Professor
of Diseases of Children and C-linical

Midwifery Ifi85 S. Grand av.

N. B. C.\RSON,M.D., Professor of

CMinical Surgery 4377 Westminster pi.

J. B. SHAPLEIGn,M.D., Professor of

Otology, Secretary 4950 Berlin av.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT.M.D., Pro-
fessor or Physiology, Registrar . . 4105 Washington boul.
W. H. WARREN,Phl)., Professor of

Chemistry 5535 Von Versen av.

R. J. TERRY,M.D., Professor of Anat-

omy 272<) Washington av.

JOHN GREEN,M.D., Special Professor

of Ophthalmology IMhO Washington av.

FRANK R. FRY,M.l)., Professor of

Diseases of the Nervous System . . 3133 Pine st.

F. A. GLASGOW,M.D., Professor of

Clinical Gynaecology 4()5I» Washington boul.

H. G. MUDD,M.l)., Professor of Frac-
tures and Dislocations, and Clinical
Surgery . .4144 Washington boul.



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K. M. SENSENEY,M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and
Chest 2829 Washington av.

A. J. STEELE,M.D., Professor of Or-
thopedic Surgery 2825 Washington av.

JOSEPH GRINDON,M.I)., Professor
of Clinical Dermatology and Syphilis 509 N. Theresa av.

A. V. L. BKOKAW,M.D., Professor
of Clinical Gynsecology .... 3147 Washington av.

AMAND RAVOLD,M.D., Professor of
Bacteriology and Hygiene .... 2806 Morgan st.

CH.\RLES NAGEL,LL.B., Professor
of Medical Jurisprudence .... 39'i9 Washington boul.

ELSWORTH SMITH, JR.,M.D., Clini-
cal Professor of Medicine .... 4600 Maryland av.

D. C. GAMBLE,M.D., Clinical Pro-
fessor of Diseases of the Ear . . . ,5961 Plymouth av.

H. M. WHELPLEY,Ph.G., M.D., Pro-
fessor of Materia Medica and Phar-
macy 2342 Albion pi.

CHARLES H. DIXON,M.D., Clinical

Lecturer on Surgery 3345 Morgan st.

HENRY L. WOLFNER,M.I)., Clinical
Lecturer on Diseases of tlie Eye . 4563 Forest Park boul.

GREENFIELD SLU1)ER,M.D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the
Nose, Throat and Chest .... 2647 Washington av.

EDWIN C. Bi;iiNETT,M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Syphilis University Club.

VILRAYP. BLAIR,M.D., Lecturer on
Descriptive Anatomy 319 N. Grand av.

A. E. EWING,M.D., Clinical Lecturer
on Diseases of the Eye 3333 Washington av.

LOUIS H. BEHRENS,M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Diseases of the Chest . 3607a Olive st.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 13

ALBERT E. TAUSSIG,M.D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Medicine .... 2018 Rutger st.

THEODOR KODIS,M.D., Lecturer
on Pathology, and Cura'tor of the
Museum 3218 Pine st.

HENRY C. HARTMAN,M.D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Orthopedic Sur-
gery 1301 St. Ange av.

E. C. RUNGE,M.I)., Lecturer on
Mental Diseases City Insane Asylum.

GIVEN CAMPBELL, Jii.,M.D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the
Nervous System 3429 Morgan st.

GEORGE M. TUTTLE,M.D., lec-
turer on Therapeutics 3609 Morgan st.

WILLIS HALL,M.D., Clinical Lec-
turer on Venereal Diseases of
Women r)219 Delmar av.

H. S. CROSSEN,M.I)., Clinlcai Lec-
turer on Gyniecology 4065 Olive st.

JOHN ZAHORSKY,M.D.,ClinIcal Lec-
turer on Diseases of Children . 1636 S.Grand av.

H. A. GEITZ,M.D.,Instructor in Minor

Surgery and Bandaging 2942 Washington av.

PHIL. IIOFFMANN,M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery . 705 N. Channing av.

MLSSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.

ELISHA H. GREGORY,M.D., LL.D.,

Professor of tlie Principles and

Practice of Surgery 3525 Lucas av.

ALBERT H. FULLER,M D., D.D.S.,
Dean, and Professor of Operative
Dentistry Columbia bldg.



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14 WASHINGTON UNIVEB8ITY.

OKION W. BEI>ELL,M.D., D.M.D.,
ProfesHor ol the Institutes of Den-
UI Science 1909 I^fayette av.

SIDNEY P. Bri>GETT,M.D., Pro-
fcHHor of Physiology and Histology . 4105 Washington boul.

CHAS. W. R1CHAUDS0N,D.U.S.,
Professor of Dental Technics . .1814 Locust si.

NORMAN B. CARSON,M.D., Profes-
sor of Oral and Clinical Surgery 3600 Olive st.

GEORGE M. TUTTLE,M.D., Assist-
ant Professor of Materia Medica and
Therapeutics . . 3509 Morgan st.

ROBERT J. TERRY,M.D., Profes-
sor of Descriptive Anatomy . . . 272« Washington av.

WILLIAM H. WARREN, A.M., Ph.D.,
Professor of Chemistry .... 5535 Washington av.

ARTHUR E. MATTESON,D.D.S.,
Professor of Orthodontia .... Cliicago, Ills.

JOHN H. KENNERLY,M.D.,D.D.S.,
Secretary and Professor of Mechan-
ical Dentistry Chemical bldg.

HERMAN F. CASSELL,D.M.D., Pro-
fessor of Me(;hanical Dentistry . . 2602 Locust st.

ALFRED D. FULLER,D,M.D., Assist-
ant Professor of Crown and Bridge
Work Century bldg.

HERMAN PRINZ,B.S.,Ph.G.,D.D.S.,
Professor of Dental Medicine and
Metallurgy 2009 S. Broadway.

JOHN R. PENDLETON,D.I).S., Dem-
onstrator of Operative Dentistry . 1814 Locust st.

BENNO E. LISCHEN,D.M.D., Dem-
oustrator of Orthodontia .... Columbia bldg.

BLAND NIXON PIPPIN,D.M.D.,
Demonstrator of Mechanical Den-
tistry 1814 Locust St.



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GENEBAL STATEMENT.

Washington University, founded in the city of St.
Louis, under an Act of Incorporation by the State of
Missouri, approved February 22, 1853, is intended to
embrace the whole range of University studies except
theology, and to afford opportunity of complete prepara-
tion for every sphere of practical and scientific life.

By the eighth article of the Constitution, *' No instruc-
tion, either sectarian or religious, or partisan in politics,
shall be allowed in any department of the University ;
and no sectarian or partisan test shall be used in the
election of professors, teachers, or other officers of the
University for any purpose whatsoever. This article shall
be understood as the fundamental condition on which all
endowments, of whatsoever kind, are received." The
Constitution also declares the article now quoted " not
subject to alteration at any time ; '* but to guard against
all encroachments in this important particular, the Direct-
ors have obtained from the General Assembly an amend-
ment to the Charter, by which said article is incorporated
in the same, and thereby placed beyond the power of any
future Board of Directors. The Act of Amendment,
approved February 12, 1857, declares: —

" Skc. 2. No instruction, either sectarian in religion,
or partisan in politics, shall be allowed in any department
of said University ; and no sectarian or party test shall
be allowed in the election of professors, teachers or



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other officers of said University ; or in the admission of
scholars thereto, or for any purpose whatever.

'* Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Board of Direct-
ors of the said University, upon being informed of any
violation of the second section of this Act, forthwith to
institute an inquiry into the charge or charges that may
be preferred, in respect thereof, by any credible person,
in writing, against any officer of said University, and if
it shall appear that any officer of said University has
violated the second section of this Act, the Board of
Directors shall forthwith remove any such persou so
offending from any office which he may then (ill in any
Department of said University ; and such person so
removed shall be forever thereafter ineligible to any office
in said University.

^' Sec. 4. In case the Board of Directors, upon being
notified in writing, by any credible person, of a violation
of the second section of this Act, shall refuse or neglect
to investigate the charges thereupon preferred against
any officer of said University, it shall be competent for
the St. Louis Circuit Court, or the St. Louis Court of
Common Pleas, to compel the Board of Directors, by
mandamus, to perform their duty in investigating such
charge, and to show their performance of such duty to
the satisfaction of the Court having cognizance of tiie
matter, and all proceedings under this section shall be
summary, and conducted to a conclusion with as little
delay as possible ; and the power hereby given to said
courts may be exercised by the judge of either of said
tribunals in vacation."



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GENERAL STATEMENT. 17

On the22d of April, 1857, the formal inauguration of



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