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SILAS B. JONES,
TRUMAN A. POST,
HU(;0 MUENCH,
ELKNEIOUS SMITH,
JAMES P. DAWSON,
DAVID GOLDSMITH,



FRED A. WISLIZENUS,
JOHN A. HARRISON,
WELLS H. BLODGETT,
E T. ALLEN,
JOHN F. LEE,
JOHN 1). DAVIS,
JAMES L. BLAIR,
WILLIAM B. HOMER.
FRfcD'K W. LEHMANN,
THOMAS K. SKINKER,
ROBERT F. WALKER,
WALTER D. COLES,
JAMES HAGERMAN.

JESSE A Mcdonald,

ALBERT ARN STEIN,
HARVEY L. CHRISTIE,
WILLIAM E. FISSE,
J. HUGO GRIMM,
DANIEL N. KIRBY,

Of the St. Louis Bar.



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COMMITTEES OF EXAMINATION.

FOR THE YEAR 1900.



for the Examination of Candidates for (Graduation.

ALBERT ARNSTEIN,

HARVEY L. CHRISTIE,

WILLIAM E. FISSE,

J. HUGO GRIMM,

DANIEL N. KIRBY,

JOHN F. LEE,
HORATIO D. WOOD.

For the Award of a Prise of Fifty Dollars for the best Graduation

Thesis.

JOSEPH G. HOLLIDAY,

CHARLES C. COLLINS,

VALENTINE MOTT PORTER.



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HONORS, 1900.

l*KI%K KSSAYI8T.

TYRRELL WILLIAMS.

The Juniors who passed all the Junior examinations with an
average grade of eighty per cent or over, and are therefore
entitled to enter the Senior class cum laude, are : —

TRUMAN POST YOUNG. St. Ix)ui8, 8U.72.
WILLIAM R. DONALDSON, Jr., St. Louis, 88.
JESSE P. CLELAND, Omalia, Neb., 86.93.
ROBERT M. WILSON, St. Louis, 86.82.
FRANK B. COLEMAN, Forestell, Mo., 86.39.
EARL McC. PIRKEY, Canton, Mo., 86.01.
WILLIAM CARPENTER, Waverly, 111., 85.20.
BRUNO H. DIEHL, Centralia, 111., 84.41.
MAX W. OLIVER, Wichita, Kans., 83.60.
EUGENE W. MILLER, Belleville, 111., 83.51.
HAYDON O. RICHARDS, Jerseyville, 111., 83.16.
ROBERT L. NEAL, Knoxville, Tenn., 82.91.
GEORGE G. ZENOR, Patterson, La., 81.99.
JULIUS C. GOEBEL, St. Louis, 81.10.
ZENAS K. CARSON, Sparta, 111., 80.88.
WILLIAM R. SCULLIN, St. Louis, 80.70.
SAMUEL W. FORDYCE, Jr., St. Louis, 80.26.



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SENIOR CLASS.

CITY ItEMlDKNCE.

Altheimer, Beno, Pine Bluff, Ark. . . 4224 Westminster pi.

Barnes, Gerry Hoyt, St. Louis .... 3320 Morgan st.

Becker, William Dee (A.B., l«i>9, Har-
vard University), St. Louis .... 1820 Hickory St.

Brouillette, Ernest M. (A.B., 1809, Hast-
ings College), Hastings, Neb. . . .1712 Locust st.

Brown, Addison, St. Louis 1706 Locust st.

Brown, Frank Jonathan, Bloomtield, Ky. 1424 Olive st.

Brownlee, George Burr, St. Louis . .4210 Westminster pi.

Carpenter, Will, Waverly, 111 3030 Clark av.

Carson, Zenas Keers, Sparta, 111. . . . 2212 Locust st.

Chopin, Felix Andrew, St. Louis . . .3317 Morgan st.

Cleland, Jesse, Purlnton (A.B., 1809.

Univ. of Neb.), Omaha, Neb. . . . 3745 Olive st.

Coleman, Frank B., Fore.stell, Mo. . 3748 Olive st.

Connett, William Carroll, St. Joseph,
Mo ")423 Bartmer pi.

Currie, Dwight Dent, St. Louis . . . 5173 Maple av.

Diehl, Bruno Huxley, Centralia, 111. . . 2809 Washington av.

Donaldson, William Rhind, Jr. (A.B.,

1898, Harvard Univ.), St. Louis . . 4(;i)0 Llndell boul.

Donovan, Irwin, St. Louis 3037 Pine st.

Fairbank, Arthur Boyce (Ph.B., 180(i,

Illinois College), Jack.sonville, 111. . 3414 Lucas av.

Fechte, John L, Venice, 111

Fisher^ John I., St. Louis ..... 14(;4 S. Grand av.

Fordyce, Samuel Wesley, Jr. (A.B., 1808,
Harvard Univ.), St. Louis .... 3634 Washington av.

Gait, Thomas F. (B.S., 1899, Princeton
Univ.), St. Louis 63 Vande venter pi.

Goebel, Julius Christian (A.B., 1900,

Washington Univ.), St. Louis . . . 1215 S. 14th st.



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Cirr RBSIDENCS.

(Jresham, Sherman Tecumseh, Cape Gi-
rardeau, Mo 2220a S. 18th 8t.

Hall, Fred Silvey (A.B., 1898, Univ. of
Illinois), Areola, 111 809 ClareDdon av.

Hammer, Otto Walter, St. Louis . . . 2007 Sidney st.

Hannon, John William, St. Louis . . 3828 Cook av.

Haversticlv, Andrew Jackson, Victoria,
Mo 43d and Laclede av.

liilton, Warren (A.B., 1895, Washington
Univ.), St. Louis 2203 Park av.

Janis, Paul V Ferguson, Mo.

Koenig, Eugene, St. Louis 2945 Milton av.

Landauer, Isidore, St. Louis . . . .4128 Finney av.

Leonard, Loyal Lovejoy (B.S., 189G,
Trinity College), St. I^uls .... 3731 Delmar av.

Marks, t^harles E., Salt Lake City, Utah . 1712 Locust. st.

Mayhew, Dre wry* Sherman, Pierce City,
Mo 1424 Olive st.

McNamee, William, St. Louis .... 6633 Virginia av.

Meriwether, Edward G., Alton, 111. . .

Miller, Eugene Walter (B.S., 1896, No.
Ind. Normal Sciiool), Belleville, 111. .

Monteith, Edward Mason, Newport, Ark. 4132 Kussell av.

Neal, Ro)>ert Lincoln (A.B., 1888, Natl.
Normal Univ.), Knoxville, Tenn. . . 3748 Olive st.

O'Hallaron, Joseph William, St. Louis . 1811 Ohio av.

Oliver, Max William (A.B., 1899, Har-
vard Univ.), Wichita, Kans 3720 Pine st.

Pirkey, Earl McC. (A.B., 1892, Chris-
tian Univ.), Canton, Mo 1417 Locust St.

Rendlen, Charles E. (A.B., 1899, Will-
iam Jewell College), Hannibal, Mo. . 2634 Locust st.

Richards, Hayden O., Jersey ville, 111. . 2309 Locust st.

Riley, Ambrose Joseph (A.B., 1898,
Georgetown Univ.), St. Louis . . , 1.501 S. Grand av.



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CITY RESIDENCE.

Scullin, William Richard, St. Louis . . 5024 Westminster pi.

Shanks, Mack R., Marshfleld, Mo. . . 2()12 Locust st.

Shotwell, Clarence Lee, ElUsville, Mo. . 4()40a Page av.

Sideuer, Charles Howard (Ph.D., 181)8,
Wabash College), Crawfordsville, Ind. 3207 Washington av.

StaedjMark Aloysi us (A.M., 18!»8, George-
town Univ.), St. Louis 3582 Page av.

Thomas, William Nelson, Brownsville,
Tenn 5117 Westminster pi.

Troll, Harrv F., St. Louis 3()24 Shaw av.

Wesseler, William Julius (A.B., 1900,
Washington Univ.), St. Louis . . . 2819 S. 13th st.

Wilson, Robert Monroe, St. Louis . . 38<)5 Delmar av.

Young, Truman Post (A.B., 1899, Yale
Univ.), St. Louis 3041 Lucas av.

Zahn, Arthur F., St. Louis 1958 Sidney st.

Zenor, George Gildea (B.S., 1899, Cen-
tenary College), Patterson, La. . . . 2113 Locust St.

JUNIOR CLASS.

Aubuchou, John Gordon, Grenola, Kans. 170(> Locust st.

Bassett, Arthur (A.B., 1900, Univ. of
Missouri), Paris, Mo. ......

Behrens, Aaron J. H., Buffalo, Mo. . . 2242 Adams st.

Boehmen, Louis L., St. Louis .... H)43 Texas av.

Buckley, Baniey E. (A.M., 1891, Heidel-
burg Univ., Ohio), St. Louis . . . G139 Gambletou pi.

Buder, Rudolph F., St. Louis .... 3321 Shenandoah av.

Burgess, Arthur P., St. Louis .... 2933 Harper st.

Burgess, Samuel A. (A.B., 1900, Wash-
ington Univ.), St. Louis 2933 Harper St.

Carney, John M., St. Louis 3747 Finney av.

Chamier, Arthur B. (A.B., 1895, William
Jewell College), Moberly, Mo. . . 1409 Pendleton av.

Coleman, John M., St. Louis .... 1 1 10 N. Channlng av.



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CITT HK81DENCB.

Cornelius, Stephen, St. Louis .... 5045 Vernon av.
Coyle, Joseph F., St. Louis . . . .2815 Franklin av.
Crider, Edgar L., Maltiand, Mo. . . . 721 N. Garrison av.

Diehm, Walter, St. Louis 1834 Kennett pi.

Doran, Rex S., Harrisonville, Mo. . . 1825 S. 18th st.
Dougherty, George (A.B., 1900, Chris-
tian Brothers College;, St. Louis . . 1420 Pendleton av.

Droste, Henrv, St. Louis 1828 N. Jefferson av.

Eilers, Roy M. (A.B., 1900, Washington

Univ.), St. Louis 1616 King's Highway.

Kller!)e, Christopher P., Jr. (A.B., 19(X),

Yale Univ.), Ferguson, Mo

Falkenliainer, Victor II., St. Louis . . 3608 Missouri av.
Feuerbacher, Max W., St. Louis . . .1126 Sidney st.
Geraghty, Francis X., St. Louis . . . 2805 Cass av.
Ghiseliu, Horace, Webster Groves, Mo.

Gorin, Henry J., St. Louis 4200 W. Belle pi.

Hiemenz, Frank K., St. Louis .... 3520 Magnolia av.
Hinckley, Tlieodore C, St. Louis . . 3010 Locust st.
Iluglies, Samuel W., Montgomery City,

Mo 2945 Dayton st.

Igoe, William L., St. Louis 4427 Kossuth av.

Kclley, Rol)ert. Warrensburg, Mo. . . 2700 Locust st.
Kinkel, Charles A., St. Louis . . . .751 Bayard av.
Koenig, C. William (B.S., 1893, Buchtel

College), St. Louis ' . . 2710 S. 13th st.

Loewensteiu, Arnold, St. Louis . . . 2702 Henrietta st.
Luster, Lewis, West Plains, Mo. . . . 3803 Finney av.
Mann, Charles C, St. Louis .... 3944 Shaw av.
Marsh, Henry C. (A.B., 1900, William

Jewell College), Fredericktown, Mo. 2634 Locust st.
McDonald, Alex. A. (A.B., 1900, Illinois

College), Jacksonville, III 3414 Lucas av.

Mooi-e, William D.; St. Louis .... 1418 Wittenberg av.
Neun, Walter J. G., St. Louis .... 3652 Blaine av.



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Mo.



Pierson, Ralph, 8t. I>ouis . . .
Powell, Robert C, St. Charles, Mo
Price, Charies S., Plattsburg, Mo
Raithel, Edward A., St. Louis .
Rassieur, Leo G., St. Louis
Rice-Wray, Theron C, St. Louis
Riegel^ Jerome A., Moberly, Mo.
Riley, Henry C, Jr., New Madrid
Ring, Charles N., East St. Louis
Rodgers, James R., St. Louis .
Schuchman, Alois, St. Louis
Sliull, Charles G. (B.S., 1897, William

Jewell College), Odessa, Mo.
Smith, Jas. W. (M.D., 1890, Mo

College), St. Louis ....
Spencer, Curran, Joplin, Mo. .

Steiuer, N., St. Louis ....



Med.



Summerville, Robert O., Chillicothe, Mo.
Sylvester, Elmer H., St. Louis ....

Tubbs, Arthur J., St. Louis

Ungar, Joseph, vSt. Louis

Unger, William C. ( A.M., 181U, St. Fran-
cis Solanus College), St. Louis . . .
Wagner, George W., Jefferson City, Mo.
White, Stone W., St. Louis ....
Whitehill, Hibbard C, St. Louis . . .
Whitson, Alonzo C, Buffalo, Mo. . .
Wilson, Alfred C, St. Louis . . . .
Wilson, Ford La B., St. Louis . . .
Winchell, George H., Washington, Ind.



CITT RESIDSNCE.

UloDelmarboul.

1227 Olive St.
1446 Hogan st.
2335 Whlttemore pi.
5589 Cabanne av.
2908 Gamble st.
3854 Delmar av.

370() Pine st.
1525 Missouri av.

2(>34 Locust St.

r Mermod & Jaccard

I bldg.
3810 Cook av.

r523 Mermod & Jac-

l card bldg.

4147 McPherson av.
G104 Ridge av.
2040 Victor st.

1353 N. Garrison av.

3089 Pine st.
5016 Morgan st.
0131 Simpson av.
5900 Cates av.
5900 Cates av.
2709 Washington av.



Seniors • 58

Juniors -66

Total, 124



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124 WASHIKGTON UNIVERSITY.



GENERAL INFORMATION.

The St. Louis Law School was established as a depart^
nient of Washington University in 1867. A class was
graduated in 18f>9, and one class each year since. It
occupies exclusively a commodious building, No. 1417
Locust Street, containing all necessary lecture i-ooms,
offices, library rooms, etc. The library contains more
than 8,000 volumes, devoted solely to the uses of the
school. By the courtesy of The St. Louis Law Library
Association, the students also have access on Saturday to
its library. The special endowment of the Law School
now amounts to $77,000.

The method of instruction is rather by text-book than
by collections of cases, and very little is done in the way
of mere lectures. The daily exercises of the school are
really recitations. The following figures give the enroll-
ment during the last six years: —

SKNIOUS. .UTNIOUS. GRADUATBD.

iHiH-o 37 94 32

181»r> <; 54 95 40

189^-7 ■ . . 58 101 40

1897 8 59 S'i 50

1898-9 (>1 81 48

1899-1901) 47 94 35

1900-1901 r>s V>7 —

ADMISSION.

Applicants for admission to the school will be expected
to furnish satisfactory evidence of at least a good English



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education. The diploma of any reputable college, acad-
emy or high school will be received as evidence of the
latter ; or the applicant may pass an examination to test
his ability to read law-books intelligently.

No fixed rule as to the age of applicants for admission
is enforced, but the Faculty reserve the right to reject any
student not old enough to begin the study of law with ad-
vantage ; and no student will receive the degree of liacihelor
of Laws before the completion of his twenty-first year.

In the case of candidates for the Senior Class who have
previously been members of the Junior Class, the exami-
nations of that year will sutlice, if creditably passed ; and
those who failed to pass, may, upon further study, apply
again for examination in September, provided their rec-
ord is not too unsatisfactory. The regular examinations
for this purpose will begin on Tuesday, September 24th,
11)01, at 9 a. ra. at the Law School, 1417 Locust Street.

New applicants for admission as Seniors will be exam-
ined at the same time, and upon the following subjects:
Commercial Paper, Sales, Bailments, Agency, Torts,
Criminal Law, and Common Law or Code Pleading.

Admission to the Junior Class may be had at auy
time during the year ; to the Senior Class, after the
examination in September, it will be granted only upon
special examination, at a time fixed by the Dean upon
application, not later than the first week of school after
the Christmas holidays ; and no person will be admitted
a member of the Senior Class as a candidate for a degree
after that time ; nor at any time upon anj- certificate of
attainments, or previous study or attendance elsewhere.



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COURSE OF STUDY.

The course for the degree of LL.B. is two years of
thirty-six weeks each, exclusive of holidays. The recita-
tions are held at 8 : 45 to 9 : 45 a. m., and at 5 to 6 p. m.,
with a few additional recitations at 4 p. m. Moot Court
on Saturday mornings. Written examinations are at 2
p. m., at intervals throughout the year upon the comple-
tion of each topic.

JUNIOR CLASS.

Elkmentary Law. Itohinson and Blackstone. Forty recita-
tions. Curtis.
Contracts. 5,>Aop. | g,^^y.^,^^ ^^,^^,„„g j,^g^,

ToRTJJi. Conley. 1 Sixty-two recitatious.

Nkglkjenck. Whikiker^s Smith. J Bryan.

Sales. Bmjamin. I sj^ty-t wo recitations. Kllot.
Bailments. Half. J

BiLLH AND Notes. Tiedeman. Twenty recitations. Coste.
Criminal Law. Matj. Twenty recitations. Bishop. Johnson.
Pfi.-.twvT/^ I Common Law. McKelrey.\ Forty recitations.

I Code. Bryant. J Curtis.

Damages. Snlgtoick. Fifteen recitations. Richards.

SENIOR CLASS.

Real l>Kc»i>ERTy. 7^'>^?''^«r". JElglity recitations. Thaver.
Equity . Bispham. J

y

U..MKsru: KKI.AT10N8. *•«*<>«'«'•• I Fifty recitetlons. Curtis.
CoNsrrrrTioNAL Law. Cooley. J
Evidence. Greenlenf. Thirty recitations. Rol>ert.
Administration. Abbott. Twenty recitations. Maginn.



Corporations. Elliott. I Forty-one recita-

Statutes of Frauds and Limitations. / tlons. IJonlierger.



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Jurisdiction of Federal Courts. Ten recitations. Kent.
International Law. Fifteen recitations. Finkelnburg.
Partnership. Mechem. Twenty recitations. Sale.
Comparative Ji'Risprudence. Fifteen recitations. Judson.
Moot Court. Once a weeli for botli classes.

The above courses are subject to sliglit changes from year to
year.

GRADUATION.

Members of the Junior Class, in order to pass into the
Senior Class, must attain an average of 65 per cent in
. the examinations of the Junior Year. Members of the
Senior Class in order to be admitted to the final exam-
ination for the degree of LL.B., must attain an average
of 66 per cent in all the examinations of both years.
The above examinations are all written and are conducted
by the Faculty.

The examination for the degree of LL.B., is prescribed
and conducted by a committee of the Advisory and Ex-
amining Board. This examination is also written and
occupies about one week. The Board is composed of
leading members of the judiciary and bar of St. Louis,
selected by the Directors of the University. Each senior
is required to present, on or before May 15, an original
thesis upon a legal topic selected by the Faculty. The
subject of the thesis for the class of 1900 was, "The
Mental Attitude of Defendants, as an Element of Civil
Causes of Action.'*

I'he degree of LL.B., conferred by the University,
entitles the holder to admission to the Bar of Missouri
without further examination.



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MOOT-COURT.



A Moot-Court is held weekly throughout seven months
of the year. It is conducted, as nearly as possible, with
the forms of an ordinary court of justice, and students
are expected to draw pleadings in the oases assigned to
them, and to conduct them through all the stages of a
legal or equitable suit before trying the issue in the
Moot-Court. Members of the Senior Class may be
appointed to sit as Associate Justices, and required to
write opinions. The cases will be selected to illustrate
the subjects studied by the classes and will be made, so
far as possible, means of instruction, not only in practice,
but in the doctrines of the law. Both classes will be
assigned to argue cases in these courts. The Moot-Court
Record is a weekly, published by the School, containing
the Statements of Facts, Briefs and Opinions.

FEES AND EXPENSES.

The annual fee for attendance in either class is $80,
payable in advance. There are no extra charges of
any kind. No reduction will be made from the term
fee, nor any part of it returned for absence from any
cause.

Good board and lodging can readily be obtained in
the city at from $4 to $5 per week. The expenses may be
lessened to students rooming together. The average
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three years by students in good bouses near tbe Law
School is believed to have been not over $20 per month,
while some have obtained it as low as $15.

Those who find it necessary to earn a part of their liv-
ing in other pursuits wiiile taking the course can do so by
lengthening that course from two to three years, taking
a ])roportionate part of tlie class- work (to be designated
by the Faculty according to circumstances of each case)
in each year. Every facility will be extended to them for
such an arrangement; and the charge for tuition in su(^li
cases will only be for two years ; but no other diminu-
tion of the daily requirements of attendance and study
will be sanctioned, except in the case of special students
not candidates for a degree.

The expense of text-books for the entire course, if pur-
chased new and of the latest editions, is about $75. This
sum may be materially reduced by the purchase of second-
hand books which may be usually had in considerabh'
variety. All the books used in recitation may be found
in the library and can be studied there free of charge,
but not taken from the room.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND PRIZES.

In pursuance of the terms of a donation of $(),000 liere-
tofore made to the University for the benefit of the Law-
School, nix free scholarships arc established in this de-
partment ; also an annual prize of $50 in money for the
best thesis upon some legal topic, to be publicly awarded
at Commencement. Competition for this prize is confined



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to the regular members of the graduating class in each
year under regulations duly announced.

Applicants for free acholarnhips should apply in person
or by letter to the Dean, on or before the fifteenth day of
September, furnishing written testimonials of at least two
responsible persons, that the pecuniary circumstances of
the applicant are such as to make him deserving of this
assistance, that he is of good character and standing, and
that he has received a good English education at least.
Other things being equal, preference will be shown to
candidates who have received a collegiate education, and
especially to those who have done this wholly or partially
by their own efforts. Applicants not personally known
to any of the Faculty will do well to state fully and pre-
cisely their age, place of birth and residence, present occu-
pation, education (both general and legal), and any other
circumstances that may be of weight in making a selec-
tion. Such communications will be held strictly confi-
dential.

As the applicants tor free scholarships are usually far
in excess of the number that can be given, no student will
hereafter have the benefit of such scholarship for more
than one year. As far as practicable, the scholarships
will be equally divided between the two classes — depend-
ing upon the number and the success of the candidates
for scholarship in either class.

Two members of each class have an opportunity to earn
their tuition and a small salary in addition, by service as
librarians, and in other capacities connected with the
work of the School. Applications for such positions



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must be made in person, on or before the fifteenth day of
September.

For further information, inquiries may be addressed to
Wm. S. Curtis, Law School Building, 1417 Locust
Street, St. Louis, Mo., or the Secretary of Washington
University.



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT

OK

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



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CALENDAR.



1900-1901.



Session Opens Thursday, September 27.
Christmas Vacation, December 23 to January 2, inclu.vive.
CoMMKNCKMKNT (Graduating Exercises)., Thursday, May 2, Itioi .
Holidays: Thursday of Fair Week, Thanksgiving l>ay,
Washington's Birtliday.



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON
UNIVERSITY.

BOARD OF OVERSEERS.

ELISIIA H. GHEGORY^M.D., Chairman.
GKOKGE E. LEIGHTON. G. BAUMGARTEN,M.D., Sec\v.
HENRY HITCHCOCK. ISAAC W. MORTON.

JAMES E. YEATMAN. HERMAN TUHOLSKE,M.D.

HORATIO N. SPENCER,M.D.
WASHINGTON E. FISCHEL,M.D.

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS.

J. B. JOUNSON,M.D.,

Professor EmerUtu of the Principles and Practice of Medicine.

P. GERVAIS ROBINSON,M.D., LL.D.,

Professor Emeritus of the Principles ami Practice of Medicine.

J. K. BAUI)UY,M.D., LL.D.,

Professor Emeritus of Psychological Medicine and Diseases of the Nervous

System.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN,LL.D.,
Chancellor of the University ^ Acting Dean,

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

Professor of the Principles of Surgery.

G. BAUMGARTEN,M.D.,

Professor of the Practice of Medicine.

II.[,TUHOLSKE,M.D.,

Professor of the Practice of Surgery.



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T. F. PRE\VITT,M.D.,

Prvffusor of the Principles of Surgery.

W. E. FISCHEL,M.D.,
ProffMor of Clinical Medicine.

KOBEKT LUEI)EKING,M.D.,

Proff»»or of the I>isease^ of Children.

JOHN P. BRYSON,M.D.,

Pntf Vigor of (irnito- Vrinary Surgery y Treas.

jrSTIN STEER^M.I).,

Profe»Aor of Clinical Medicine.

VV. A. HAR1)AWAY,M.D., LL.D.,

Proftuxor of Diseases of the Skin and Syphilis.

n. N. SPENCER,A.M., M.D., LL.D.,

Professor of Otology,

W. C. GLASGOW,A.B., M.I).,

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Laryngology.

HENRY SCHWARZ, M. D.,

Professor of Obstetrics.

PAUL Y. TUPPER,M.I).,

Profensor of Applied Anatomy and Operative Surgery.

K. W. SAUNI)ERS,M.D.,

Profci(Hor of Diseases of Children and Clinical Midwifery.

N. B. CARSON.M.D.,

Professor of Clinical Surgery.

J. B. SHAPLEIGH,M.D.,

ProfntKor of Otology, Secretary.

HIDXEY P. BUDGETT,M.D..,

Profraxor of Physiology, Registrar.

\y. H. \VARRKN,Ph.I).,

ProfcKsor of Chi inistry.



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K. J. TKRRY,M.l).,

Professor of Anatomy,

JOHN GREEN,M.D.,

SpeciiU Professor of Ophthalmology.

FRANK R. FRY,M.D.,

Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System.

F. A. GLASGOW,M.D.,

Professor of Clinical Gynecology.

H. G. MUDD,M.D.,
Professor of Fractures and Dislocatiofis, and Clinical Surgertf.

E. M. SKNSENKY,M.l).,

Professor of Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and Chest.

A. J. STEELE,M.D.,

Professor of Orthopedic Surgery.

JOSEPH GRIN1)0N,M.D.,

Professor of Clinical Dermatology and Syphilit:

A. V. L. imOKAW,M.D.,

Professor of Clinical Gynecology.

AMAND RAVOLD.M.D.,
Professor of Jiacteriology atid Hygiene.

CHAHLKS NAGEL,LL.B.,

Professsor of Medical Jurisprudence.

ELSWOUTH SMITH, Jk.,M.1).,

Clinical Professor of Medicine.

1). C. GAMHLE,M.I).,
Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Ear.

CHAKLES H. l)IXON,M.l).,

Clinical Lecturer on Surgery.



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HENRY L. WOLFNER,M.D.,
Clinical Lecturer on UUeagea of the Eye,

GREENFIELD SLUDER,M.D.,
Clinical Lecturer on Digeaseg of the Kote^ Throat and Chest.

EDWIN C. BURNETT,M.D.,
Clinical Lecturer on SffpJUlig.

VILRAY P. BLAIR,M.D.,
Lecturer on Descriptive Anatomy.

A. E. EWING,M.I).,

Clinical Lecturer on IHseates of the Eye.

LOUIS H. BEHRENS,M.D.,
Clinical Lecturer on Diseases of the Chest.

ALBERT E. TAUSSIG,M.D.,
Clinical Lecturer on Medidtie..

THEOrTOR KODIS,M.D.,
Lecturer on Paihoiogy^ and Curator of the Afuseum.

HENRY C. HARTMAN,M.D.,



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