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701 BEOADWAY, NEW YOEK OITY.

ESTABLISHED 42 YEABS.



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AFRXIF'IOIAL. LIIVIBS.
J. UNTERMANN,

(Succeasor to G, JUGART.)

193 THIRD AVENUF,

Bet. 17th and 18th Sts., N. T.




E. C. GOETTmC,



TRUSSES,

SHOULDER BRACES,

BANDAGES,

I,adies'' Abdominal Support-
ers, Elastic Stockings, Knee
Caps and Anklets. Gents' Ab-
dominal Belts and Suspenso-
ries, Crutches, Syringes and
Rubber Goods. Braces for every
kind of deformiity. Perfect sat-
isfaction guaranteed to physi-
cians and patients. A compe-
tent lady in attendance for
ladies. Repairing in all its
branches. Office open from 8
A.M. tog P.M.



■H F=»HAFll\/IAOl©"r «•




BELTS, BRACES, TRUSSES, CRUTCHES, Etc.

FULL LINE OF ANTISEPTIC DRESSINGS.

ALL ARTICLES FOR THE SICK ROOH.

Formerly ilst Si and Bth Ave. Cor. lOOih Street ano Amsterdam Ave.



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PI am

fAIorides

THE HOUSEHOLD

DISINFECTANT



An odorless, colorless liquid, powerful, efficient
and cheap. Diluted with from four to twelve
times its bulk of water and sprinkled about it
immediately destroys all bad odors, purifies every
impure spot and chemically neutralizes all iH'
factious and disease-producing matter.
•INVALUABLE in the sick room. Sold by*
Inruggists everywhere. Quart bottles 50 cents.





is being recognized

by the profession

as the Ideal



(Absolutely Pure Water, aerified with sterilized air,
and 40 grains Lithium Carbonate per gallon.)

DEFINITE AND UNIFORM IN COMPOSITION.

The use of HUDOR proves the fallacy of the
SO-CALLED NATURAL Lithia Waters.

SPARKLING AND STILL.

SAMPLES AND SPECIAL PRICES TO PHYSICIANS by Addressing

THE HUDOR COMPANY,

New York Office, 19 Beekman Street.

JOHN W. MORRIS, AGENT.
MOMC Orrice. BUFFALO, N. Y.



FALKIRK.




1. ThK STAN LEIGH. 2. FALKIRK.



Jamfs Francis Ferguson, M.D.



FALKIRK.



Fifty jfiiles from New York City on the eastern slope of
the Hudson Highlands on the New York, Lake Erie and





TEE STANLEIGH LOOKING SOUTH.



Western Railroad. A home for treatment of Nervous and
Mental Diseases and the Alcohol and Opium Habits.



FALKIRK



Two hundred acres of land shaded and commanding a
view of fifty square miles from an elevation of 800 feet
aboi'e the level of the sea.




Tuju aiiuNO ±cOOji.



Buildings constructed on the cottage system^ steam-heated^
lighted by gas^ and supplied with pure spring water ^ living
roojns facing the south-west^ scientific sewerage^ sun rooms ^
steam-heated in winter. ■



FALKIRK.



Dr. Ferguson may be consulted at his office^ i68 Lex-
ington Avenue, New York City, Tuesdays and Fridays,




THK L-IKJI..



between 11.30 A.M. and 12.30 P.M., and by appoint-
ment, or may be addressed at Central Valley, Orange Co.,
New York.



32a



REGISTERED




TRADE MARK.




CELEBRATED



BOUILLON CAPSULES,



(^F=>ATEf«J-rE^,)

CONTAINING BEST QUALITY OF

EXTRACT or BEEF.

With all choice flavors, produced by solely pure vegetable
matter, the production of which has been brought about success-
fully after long years of stud}'- by some of the most eminent
scientists of Europe, it stands now unrivalled by anything ever
heard of in medical science, for sustaining strength and giving
tone to the human system. It is a nourishment as well as a tonic
for the healthy or the convalescent; it will build up tjie system
better and more thoroughly than any medical preparation. One
capsule contains sufficient Extract to produce a cupful of excel-
lent Beef Tea or Bouillon, and guaranteed to be equal to the
soup drawn from the average pound of fresh meat; there are
different flavors added to the various capsules, so as to be pal-
atable as well as nutritious. Salt and pepper in the proper
proportions is already contained in the flavors.

Directions for Use: — Dissolve one capsule in a cup of
boiling water, stir up thoroughly and your dish is ready.

These capsules are put up ready for use in boxes, and
contain lo capsules; will keep good for any length of time, if
kept in a dry and cool place.

MANUFACTURED ONLY BY

mil imm capsules m comNif,



139 BliEECi^EI^ STI^HET, and

^3 SOUTH FIFTH flVEHUE,



fiEm voi^K.




32b

In re

Oakland
Hydrogen

Dioxide,

u. s. p.

The Kind that Keeps.

Oakland Hydrogen Dioxide

Can be kept in the office without dan-
ger of explosion. Is the kind that in
dispensing gives uniform results, because
it keeps, even uncorked, from four to six
months.

The comparative analyses by such emi-
nent authorities as Prof. Henry Leffmann
of Philadelphia, Prof Henry E. Smith of
Yale, and Prof E. R. Squibb of Brook-
lyn show the quality of Oakland Hy-
drogen Dioxide.

THE OAKLAND CHEMICAL CO.

89 and 91 South Fifth Avenue,
New York City.




FOREnOSTIN

BE\ITY, GRACE i
SPEED AND
DURABILITY.



...^..poPEnFGca

^^g HARTFORD, CONN.
^l^S BOSTON, NEW YORK.
"""'^ CHICAGO. SANFRANGSCO
BUFFALO. PROVIDENCE



32d

pROTONUCLEIN

• •••••

Produces leucocytosis as soon as taken into the
organism.

The normal Tissue-builder and antitoxic principle
of the animal organism, obtained from the lymphoid
structures of the body by direct mechanical and
physiological processes. All other methods of iso-
lating nucleins, by the use of chemicals, destroy their
physiological and proliferating functions.

The power of Protonuclein to support the organism
and resist toxic germs seems unlimited. This has
been proven by most careful experiments made
under the direction of the highest authorities in thie
Hospitals of . New York and other parts of the
country.

Preparations of nuclein made from plant life are
not directly assimilable in the organism.

THERAPEUTIC USES OF PROTONUCLEIN.

Protonuclein is indicated in all conditions where
there are toxic germs to be destroyed and where the
organism is below the normal physiological standard.
It rapidly restores the vitality of all the tissues by
stimulating and supporting assimilative nutrition.

Important Note. — if given in time it will act as a reliablfe
preventive or prophylactic, protecting those exposed to contagion or
infection, or greatly modify the virulence of the disease if attacked.
Send for Samples and Literature.

Reed & Carnrick,

New York.



33




34



H YDROLEINE

(HYDRATED OIL.)

Produces Eapid Increase in Flesh and Strength.

FORinUJLA.— EACH DOSE CONTAI^fS:

Pure Cod Liver Oil, - - - 80 m. (drops).

Distilled Water, - - - - 35 " ^
Soluble Pancreatin, ... 5 Grains.

Soda, - h "

Salicylic Acid, - - - - i **



UNIVERSALLY PRESCRIBED.

It is sought to introduce this invaluable therapeutic agent
exclusively on its merits, and for that reason the Profession is
appealed to only through the columns of Medical Journals.

Hydroleine is a purely scientific preparation for the cure
of incipient consumption and all forms of wasting disease. Its
formula is well known and it has the endorsement of Leading
Physicians throughout the United States. The therapeutic
value of this invaluable curative agent; its unquestionable success
and its perfect reliability in cases of emaciation occasioned by a
decay of the vital tissues, makes the prescribing of Hydroleine
one of the necessary requisites of the successful practitioner. This
great remedial agent is thoroughly palatable^ is easily digested : it
produces rapid increase in flesh and strength, and at once inspires
the patient with a substantial hope of recovery. This is assured by
the/ac^ that the vitalizing principle underlying Hydro leine is
to arrest decomposition in all its stages.

H¥DROEEINE has for the basis of its formula pure
Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. One teaspoonful of this preparation
will give more satisfaction than three teaspoonf uls of the many
usually prescribed emulsions. Sold by druggists generally.

THE CHARLES N. CRITTENTON CO.,

Sole Agents for the United States,

I 15 and I 17 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.



THE



Medical Directory



OF THE



CITY OF NEW YORK.



PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK.



PRICE, $i.oo.



NEW YORK:

Press of STETTINER, LAMBERT & CO.,

22, 24 & 26 READE STREET.

1895.



Eotered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1895, by Daniel Lewis, i»
the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.



PREFACE.



It has been the aim of the Editor of this volume to furnish the
most comprehensive and useful medical directory possible of this
city and vicinity.

To this end the Comitia Minora has decided to publish the office
hours of those who are not members of the Medical Society of the
County of New York, also a verified list of physicians in New
York State, New Jersey , and Connecticut.

It would greatly facilitate the work of future editors if any
changes of residence or other items regarding practitioners in
these three States should be promptly forwarded, by the parties
most interested.

In view of the rapid increase of medical societies and associa-
tions, it will soon be necessary to limit the publication of mem-
bership in societies to such as are incorporated, and member ship-
in which is possible for any reputable member of the profession.

It is not intended to publish hospital appointments which are
only to service in the dispensary departments, or the teaching,
staff of medical schools, which are to a large degree private enter-
prises.

We beg to gratefully acknowledge the continuation of the
cordial co-operation of members of the County Society and others
in the preparation of these lists for publication.

D. L.

249 Madison Avenuf, Nbw York,
June 1st, 1895.



37

Pharmaceutical Products of The Farbenfabriken vorm. Frieor. Bayer & Co.



LVCETOL TANNIGEN ARiSTOL EUROPHEN

SOMATOSE PHENACETINE TRIONAL SALOPHEN

LOSOPHAN SALICYLIC ACID SULFONAL ANTINONNIN

PIPERAZINE-BAYER EUROPHEN -ARISTOL

SOMATOSE -A MEAT NUTRIENT IN POWDER FORM.

Somatose is tasteless, odorless, soluble, and is rapidly
ASSIMILATED in the organism. Somatose is useful in fevers,
gastric affections, phthisis, anaemia, and as an infant food.
Supplied in two ounce, quarter, half, and one ounce tins ; also
combined with cocoa and chocolate, and in form of biscuits.

TRIONAL— HYPNOTIC, NEUROTIC, SEDATIVE.

Trional has given excellent results in simple insomnia, es-
pecially the sleeplessness of neurasthenic persons. It produces
refreshing sleep, devoid of after-effects, and is prompt
and effective. In mental diseases, alcoholic delirium, and in
narcotic habitues, Trional is also highly esteemed as a hypnotic,

ARISTOL— ANTISEPTIC, CICATRISANT, AN/CSTHETIC.

Aristol is a convenient, agreeable, and effective dressing in
general surgery, diseases of the eye, ear, nose, and in burns.
Itformsan UNiRRiTATiNG and protective coating over wounds
and diseased membranes, to which it adheres closely, and pro-
motes rapid healing. It is supplied in ounces only.

LOSOPHAN— ANTIMYCOTIC, DERMIC STIMULANT.

Losophan, or Triiodocresol, has given excellent results in the
treatment of ringworm, scabies, pityriasis versicolor, in which
it rapidly destroys the parasite and effects a cure. It is also
indicated in chronic eczema, sycosis, acne, and pediculosis.

PHENACETINE-BAYER— ANTIPYRETIC, analgesic, anodyne.

Phenacetine-Ba^^er is indicated in all acute, inflammatory,
febrile conditions, and all forms of pain. It is the safest,
while the most active and reliable, of the antipyretics and
analgesics. Supplied in ounces, tablets, and pills ; also in pills
and tablets combined with Salophen, Sulfonal, Quinine, etc.



F'all Descriptive Pamphlets sen on application.

W. H. SchieflFelin & Co., - New York.



38

The Requisites of

A PERFECT PILL^^-i-



ONE of the first objects of the skilful manufacturer is so to
prepare the pill as to secure its prompt and complete so-
lution in the stomach. Without solubility no therapeutic
effect can be obtained, but gastric disturbances, together
with toxic effects from accumulation, are liable to
occur. To insure uniformly good results the excipient must be
carefully chosen ; it should be compatible to the other ingre-
dients of the pill, unalterable, and should tend to preserve the
af^tivity of the medicaments. A certain degree of firmness is
necessary, but in a properly prepared pill this is not incompatible
with ready and complete solubility in the stomach. The coating
of the pill is a very important matter. The coating of the *'W.
H. S. & Co." pill is thin, transparent, smooth, readily soluble, and
impervious to atmospheric influences. The pill mass shows its
color through the coating, which, while it affords a certain
amount of protection against accidents, also enhances the beauty
of the pill. But the " W. H. S. & Co." pill has a higher claim
for recognition than any thus far stated ; only the purest mate-
rials, in the exact quantities demanded by the formula, are ever
employed. No component is omitted or substituted either for
the sake of economy or on account of difficulty in manipulation.
The high reputation enjoyed by the "W. H. S. & Co." pills is due
to the fact that they possess all the characteristics of a perfect
preparation of this kind, namely, PURITY of medicaments
and excipients, PRECISION as to weight and division, UNI-
FORMITY as to activity and identity, SOLUBILITY of mass
and coating, PALAT ABILITY, and ELEGANCE of appearance.

Send ior Formulae Book with Notes,



In prescribing be particular to specify •' SCHIEFFELIN'S."



W. H. Schieffelia & Co.,



NEW VCDF=?i<-



CONTENTS.



PAGE

Medical Society of the County of New York— Officers and Committees, 42

Honorary Members. . 43

Active Members in Good Standing, . ' 45

Non -Resident Members, . . 100

Summer Residences of Members, 101

Deceased Members. 1894-1895, 102

Extracts from By-Laws of the Coiuity Society 103.

New York Physicians who are not Members of the Medical Society of

the County of New York 109

New York City Street List of Physicians, 149

Medical Society of tbe County of Kings (Brooklyn), .... 166
Brooklyn Physicians not members of the Medical Society of the

County of Kings, 187

New York State List of Physicians, 203

New Jersey State List of Physicians, 262

Connecticut State List of Physicians, 283

New York Academy of Medicine. . 294

Medical Societies, Secretaries' Addresses, Time and Place of Meetings, 297
The Medical Society of the State of New York, Officers and Commit-
tees, 1895, 300

University of the State of New York, Regents of 302

Requirements for License to Practise Medicine in New York

City, etc 306

State Commission in Lunacy 309

New York City Qualified Medical Examiners in Lunacy, . . . 309

Brooklyn Qualified Medical Examiners in Limacy, .... 314

Street List of Druggists, New York City, 118

Nurses and Agencies in New York City 324

Depots for Mineral Waters, New York City, 324

Hospitals, New York and Birooklyn, 325

Benevolent Societies, Asylums, and Homes. New York City, . . 343

Dispensaries and Infirmaries, New York City, 359

Medical Colleges, New York City and State, 362

Medical Prizes, 363

Colleges, Academies, and Seminaries in New York City, . . . 365

Libraries in New York City, 367

Medical Journals of New York City and Brooklyn, .... 370

Board of Health, New York State 374

Physicians' Mutual Aid Association, 375

Obstetrical Table 376

Health Department, New York City, 379

Contagious Diseases— Regulations, 381

Health Department, Brooklyn, 380

Pension Surgeons. New York City, 382

Coroners of New York City, 383

Police Surgeons of New York City, . . , 383

Quarantine, Port of New York, 383

Postal Information, 384

Police Stations, 385

Location of Piers, 385

Ferries 386

Street Directory of New York City, 387



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



Alston's, Miss, Private Hospital,
American Oxygen Ass'n, .
American Veteringiry College, .
Ammonol Chemical Co., • <



PAGE

6
147
341
105



PAGE^

Anker Bouillon Capsules, . . 32a
Appleton, D. & Co., Medical

Publications 399

Arlington Chemical Co., • . 397



40



Index to advertisers.



PAGE

Associated Physicians and Sur-
geons, . 25,165,293,308,317,409
Association of Male Nurses, , 342
Bagoe, F.. Apothecary, . . 1
Bartlett & Liell, Chemists and

Druggists, : .... 23
Bartlett & Plummer, Chemists, 415
Battle Creek Sanitarium and
Food Preparations, . . 106, 107



Ap



414
405



418



Bellows, Chas., Wines,
Berkefeld Filter Co., .
Beseler, Chas., Atomizing

paratus. Oxygen, etc..
Block, J. H., Anatomical Shoe

maker, ....

Breitenbach, M. J., Liq. Pepto

Mangan, ....
Brush, Dr. E. F., Kumyss,
California Vintage Co. ,
Carpenter, Dr. E. N., Walde

mere— Private Asylum, .
Caswell, Massey & Co., Chem

ists, ....
Chesebrough Mfg. Co ,
City Hospital Training School

for Nurses, ...

Clute, Mrs. H. L., Nurses,
Coca Wine. J. Morningstar,
Columbia Bicycles,
Crittenton, C. N., Co., Hydro

leine, ....
Dadirrian, Dr. M. G., Matzoon

and Matzol,
Davidson Rubber Co.,
Davis, F. A. Co., Publications,
De Garmo. G. J., Trusses, .
Ditman's Sea Salt,
Eimer & Amend, Drugs, etc.,
Ermold, Geo., Surgical Instru

ments, ....

Fairchild Bros. & Foster, Pep

sin Preparations, . last cover
"Falkirk," Ferguson, Dr. J. F.,

between pages 3i and 33



33

89

421

15, 19

108, 377
406

148

404

5

32c



Ford, W. F. Co., Krug^s Table,
Fougera. E. & Co.,
Geneva Lithia Water,
Gladstone, A. F., Oxygen,.
Goetting, K. C., Pharmacist,
Goodman & Co., Stationery,
Hoehn, The R. Co.,
Highland Spring Water Co.,
Hohenthal, C. F. L. & Son

Chemists, ....
Home for Invalids at Fishkill-on

Hudson

Hudor Lithia Water, .
Hussey, E. J., Syringes,
Joost, Bernard H., Phys. Signs
Kaysan Instrument Co.,
Kidder, Jerome, Mfg. Co.

Batteries, etc.,
Kny, Richard & Co., Surgical

Appliances, Instruments, etc.,
Kreinberg, A., Nurses— Massage,



PAGE

Kumyss, Dr. Smith's, . . .415
Lactopeptine, . 1st inside cover
Latham, Thomas, Albumenized

Cod Liver Oil, .... 410
Linn, Valentine & Son, Carriages, 410
Loeb, E. & Co., Medicinal

W^ines, 24

Londonderry Lithia Water,
facing 1st inside
MacKeown, J. J., Optician,
Maltine Company,
Marks, A. A , Artificial Legs,
Martin's Vaccine Virus,
Medical Novelty Co., .
Mumm's Extra Dry Champagne,

F. De Bary,
New England Vaccine Co.,
Oakland Chem. Co., Hydrogen

Dioxide, ....
O'Donnell, C, Nurses,
Osbaldeston, E. T., Massage,
Ozone Company,
Parsons, Dr. R. L., Home for
Mental and Nervous Diseases,
Patchen, Dr. Geo. H., Swedish

Movements, etc.,
Piatt's Chlorides, .
Pougues-St. Leger Water,
Pomeroy Co., Trusses, etc.,
Post Graduate Medical School
and Hospital,

Rapid Filter Co

Reed & Carnrick, Protonuclein,
Reed, Charles Allen, Calisaya

Elixirs, ....
Reynders, J. & Co., Surgical

Instruments,
Riker, C. E., Surgical Instru-
ments, ....
Roberts, Wire Corsets,
Rosekrans, C. W., Baths, etc..
Savage, Dr. W. L., Gymnasium,
Schieffelin, W. H. & Co., Pills,

Pharmaceutical Specialties,
Schildwachter, C. C, Physicians'

Carriages, ....
Schoonmaker, F. W., Pharma-
cist,

Schultz, Carl H., Min. Waters,
Stolzenburg, G. C. P., Pharma-
cist,

Talcima Powder, .

Tarrant & Co., Malt Extract

and Seltzer Aperient, . 413, 417
Terhune, Caterer, . , . 420

Thioform, OttoHann& Bro., . 416
Tiemann, Geo. & Co., Surgical

Instruments

Underwood, G. B., Inhaler,
University of the City of New
York, Medical Department, .
Untermann, J., Artificial Limbs,
Van Honn &> Ellison, Chemists,
9|Walton Oxygen Co., .
340'Weinhagen, Thermometers,



34

21
418
404
411
419
407

23



25
401
421
411

31
405
396

28

400

14
32

408
373
405

408



cover

5

400

30

n

4

378
377

32b

104
378
420

20

416

32

27

12,13

403

14

32d

105

412

411
2

20
41

37,38

22



10

411

26



414



402

31

3

422

4li




41

DR. SAVAGE

PHysical Oevelopment mstitute

LIMITED,

308 and 310 West 59th Street,
NEW YORK CITY.



WATSON L. SAYAGE, A.M., M.D.

Medical Director.



Office Hours, 9 to 12 a.m. , 2 to 6 p.m



FOR ALL AGES, BOTH MALE AND FEMALE.

/TlHE aim of this institution is implied in its name— Physical
* I Development ! Development for one graad object, name-
ly,— Health ! Not to accomplish some great feat of strength ,
but to prepare and keep us in condition to perform our daily
duties and obtain the maximum amount of enjoyment.

All the work is under the personal supervision of Dr. Savage;
every patient is examined by him before beginning the work, and
his or her exercises exactly prescribed.

The Doctor has no family practice whatever, being a special-
ist in the strictest sense of the word. The institution is for the
treatment of any case the physician may believe would be bene-
fited by exercise carefully and intelligently prescribed. The
weakest patient may be sent here with confidence.

Special room for cases needing constant individual treatment.

Massage Treatment administered.

The members of the Medical Profession are earnestly re-
quested to call and inspect our work.

Private Lessons in Boxing and Fencing.

BIGHT BOWIiING AI^LEYS TO RENT TO PRIVATE CliUBS
AND FOR PUBLIC USE,



42 MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK.

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF
NEW YORK, 1895.



Regular meetings are held at the Academy of Medicine on the fourth
Monday of each month, except June, July, and August. Annual meeting
and election in October.



Officers of the Society.
Egbert H. Grandin, M.D., President,

36 E. 58th St.

R. Van Santvoord, M.D., First Vice-President.

S. H. Dessau, M.D., Second Vice-President.

C. H. Avery, M.D., Secretary,

238 E. 18th St.

W. E. BuLLARD, M.D., Assistant Secretary,
John S, Warren, M.D , Treasurer,

150 W. 48th St.

Censors.
Seneca D. Powell, M.D., Chairman,
George T. Jackson, M.D. Charles H. Knight, M.D.

Edward D. Fisher, M.D. C. L. Gibson, M.D.

Editor.
Daniel Lewis, M.D.

Committees,

On Ethics.
Edward B. Bronson, M.D., Cfiairman.
J. A. Andrews, M.D. F. M. Warner, M.D.

H. C. Coe, M.D. C. S. Cole, M.D.

On Hygiene.
George B. Fowler, M.D., GJiairman.
C. Cleveland, M.D. S. Marx, M.D.

R. W. Wilcox, M.D. E. N. Liell, M.D.

On Prize Essays.

Robert A. Murray, M.D., Chairman.

J. C. Edgar, M.D. W. G. Thompson, M.D.

Auditing Committee.
A. M. Jacobus, M.D, H. L. Collyer, M.D.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK. 43

MEDICAL SOCIETY OE THE COUNTY OF
NEW YORK.



HONORARY MEMBERS (EX OFFICIO).

Article 5. The Governor of the State, the Miyor of the City of New York,
the officers of the State Medical Society (non-residents of this County), and
the Presidents of the several County Medical Societies for the time being,
shall be ex officio Honorary Members.]

Hon. Levi P. Morton, Governor of New York State.

Hon. William L. Strong, Mayor of JSfew York City.

Dr. Roswell Park, Buffalo, President of the Medical Society of
the State of New York.

Dr. William Maddren, Brooklyn, Vice-President Medical So-
ciety State of New York.

Dr. F. C. Curtis, Albany, Secretary Medical Society State of
New York.

Dr. C. H. Porter, Albany, Treasurer Medical Society State of
New York.

presidents of the county medical societies.

Albany— Og\\Y\& D. Ball, 691 Broadway, Albany.
Allegany — George E. Burdick, Alfred.
Broome— L. D. Farnham, Binghamton.
CattarauQ'MS — Edward Terry, Allegany.
Cayuga — Sheldon Yoorhees, Auburn.
Chautauqua— ^Q\?>on G, Richmond, Fredonia.
Chemung— y^ . E. Colegrove, Horseheads.
Chenango — B. F. Smith, Mt. Upton.
Clinton— Isl. D. Briggs, Cham plain.
Columbia — Nelson H. Mesick, Glenco Mills.
Cortlandt — Herman D, Hunt, Preble.
Delaware — Wm. Ormiston, Delhi.
Dutchess — J. H. Doughty, Matteawan.
Erie— Wm. H. Gail, E. Aurora.
Essex— C S. McLaughlin, Ticonderoga.
Franklin— F. D. Whitehead, Burke.
Fulton— YL. C. Finch, Broadalbin.
Greene— 'Ro'bQvl Selden, Catskill.
Herkimer — Cyrus Kay, Jr., Herkimer.
Jefferson — C. M. Rexford, Watertown.
Kings— George McNaughton, Brooklyn.
Leicis-Y. A. Crane, Lowville.
Livingston— M. E. Dickinson, Dansville.
Madison — J. W. Knapp, Canastota.



44 MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE

Monroe— H. S. Durand, 87 S. Fitzhugh St., Rochester.

Montgomery — H. L. Furbeck, St. Johnsville.

Niagara — F. J. Baker, Lockport.

Oneida — Hamilton S. Quin, Utica.

Onondaga — J. H. Coe, 804 E. Genesee st. , Syracuse.

Ontario — B. C. Loveland, Clifton Springs.

Orange — Burke Fillsbury, Middletown.

Orleans— George J. Lund, Medina.

Osicego — John E. Hamill, Phoenix.



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