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Section on Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Meets fourth Thursday each month.
Henry C. Coe, M.D., Chairman.
Geo. W. Jarman, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Pediatrics.

Meets second Thursday each month.

Floyd M. Crandall, M.D , Chairman.
Wm. L. Stowell, M.D., Secretary.

Section on General Medicine.
Meets third Tuesday each month.
W. H. Porter, M.D., Chairman.
W. G. Le Boutillier, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Orth/)pcedic Surgery.

Meets third Friday each month.
L. W. Hubbard, M.D., Chairman.
H. W. Berg, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Laryngology and Bhinology.
Meets fourth Wednesday each month.
D. Bryson Delavan, M.D., Chairman.
James E. Newcomb, M.D., Secretary.



396 NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE.

Section on OpMhalmology and Otology.

Meets third Monday each month.

Joseph A. Andrews, M.D., Chairman,
"Wilbur B. Marple, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Neurology.

Meets second Friday of every other month.

J. Arthur Booth, M.D., Chairman.
Pearce Bailey, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Oenito- Urinary Surgery.

Meets second Tuesday each month.

Alex. W. Stein, M.D., Chairman,
W. K. Otis, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Public Health, Legal Medicine, and Medical and Vital

Statistics.

Meets first Wednesday each month (?).

J. West Roosevelt, M.D., Chairman.
F. H, Dillingham, M.D., Secretary.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES. 297

MEDICAL SOCIETIES.

secretaries' addresses, with date and place of meeting.

Academy of Medicine, R. H. Sayre, 285 Fifth ave. First and
third Thursdays, except July, August, and September, 17 to 21

West 43d St.

Alnnini Belleyue Hospital, W. N. Hubbard, 17 East 38th st.
First Wednesday of each month, except July, August, and Sep-
tember, at Hotel Brunswick.

Alumni Charity Hospital, E. Pierre Mallett, 230 West 59th
St. First Wednesday of each month, except July, August, and
September, at Clark's, 23 West 23d st.

Alumni Mt. Sinai Hospital, H. J. Schiff, 235 East 78th st.
Last Tuesday in January, May, and October, at hospital.

Alumni New York Hospital, John McGrath, 37 West 31st st.
Semi-annually, at Hotel Marlborough.

Alumni St. Luke's Hospital, L. I. Mason, 108 West 75th st.
Second Tuesday, November, January, and March, at hospital.

Alumni Woman's Hospital, A. H. Buckmaster, 52 East 31st
St. Yearly in January, 17 West 43d st.

Clinical, R. B. Kimball, 24 East 41st st. Fourth Friday, ex-
cept June, July, August, and September, residences of mem-
bers.

County Medical Association, P. B. Porter, 8 West 35th st.
Third Monday, except July, August, and September, 12 West
31st St.

County of New York, C. H. Avery, 238 East 18th st. Fourth
Monday, except June, July, and August, 17 West 43d st.

Dermatological, S. Lustgarten. Fourth Tuesday, except
June, July, and August, residences of members.

Dermatology and Oenito-Urinary Surgery of New York,

H. H. Whitehouse, 4 East 37th st. Third Wednesday, except
June, July, August, and September, at residences of members.
Private.

Electro-Therapeutical, O. S. Phelps, 332 West 56th st. Sec-
ond Friday, at offices of members.

German Medical Society of the City of New York, Walter
A. U. G. Vulpius, 79 East 56th st. First Monday, except July
and August, 17 West 43d st.



398 MEDICAL SOCIETIES.

German Physicians, L. Heitzmann, 110 East 58th st. Fourth
Friday, except July and August, 110 West 34th st.

Harlem Medical, H. W. Mooney. 18 W. 129th st. First
Wednesday, except July, August, and September, 5 West 125th st.

Harrard, T. Dunham, 133 West 34th st. Fourth Saturday,
except June, July, August, and September, residences of mem-
bers.

Homoeopathic County of New York, H. Worthington Paige,^
256 West 57th st. Second Thursday, except July, August, and
September, at Berkeley Lyceum, 19 West 44th st.

Hospital Graduates Club, F. A. Manning, 161 West 104th
St. Third Tuesday, 41 West 31st st.

Lenox Medical and Surgical, H. R. Purdy, 180 East 72d st.

Second Monday, except July, August, and September, residences
of members.

Manhattan Clinical, Heinrich Stern, 1338 Lexington ave.
Second and fourth Tuesdays, except July, August, and Septem-
ber, residences of members.

Medical and Surgical, R. Abbe, 11 West 50th st. Second
and fourth Saturdays, except June, July, August, and Septem-
ber, residences of members.

Medical Jurisprudence, W. H. Bates, 64 East 58th st. Sec-
ond IVCoaday, except July and August, 17 West 43d st.

' Medical Union, W. J. Purcell, 102 West 84th st. Second
Tuesday, except July, August, and September, residences of
members.

Medico-Historical, G. Frazer, 336 West 34th st. Second
Monday, 149 West 22d st.

Medico-Legal, Emily Kempin, Temple Court. Second Wed-
nesday, except July and August, Buckingham Hotel.

Medico-Surgical, S. E. Milliken, 333 West 46th st. First
Monday, except July, August, and September.

Metropolitan, L. M. Michaelia, 1090 Lexington ave. Fourth
Tuesday each month, except June, July, and August, residences
of members.

Microscopical, O. G. Mason, Bellevue Hospital. Fourth
Wednesday, residences of members.

Neurological, J. Collins, 48 West 39th st. First Tuesday, ex-
cept July, August, and September, 17 West 43d st.

Northwestern Medical and Surgical, Dillon Brown, 40 East
57th St. Third Wednesday, except July, August, and Septem-
ber, residences of members.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES, 29^

Obstetrical, A. M. Jacobus, 126 West 48tli st. First and
third Tuesdays, October to May, 17 West 43d st.

Ophthalmological, F. D. Skeel, 361 Mott ave. Second Mon-
day, except July, August, and September, residences of mem-
bers.

Otological, E. B, Dencb, 17 West 46th st. Fourth Tuesday in
November, January, March, and May, residences of members.

Pathological, Ogden C. Ludlow, 2309 Seventh ave. Second
and fourth Wednesdays, except between June 15th and Septem-
ber 15th, 17 West 43d st.

Physicians' Mntnal Aid, J. E. H. Nichols, 4 East 43d st.
Trustees meet second Tuesday, 17 West 43d st.

Practitioners', H. M. Biggs, 5 West 58th st. First Friday,,
except June, July, August, and September, residences of mem-
bers.

Roman, D. L. Haight, 2 East 15th st. Nineteenth of each
month, or Monday the 20th, except May, June, July, August,
and September, residences of members.

Society for the Relief of Widows and Orphans of 3Iedical
Men, A. F. Currier, 138 Madison ave. Managers meet third
Wednesday in March, June, October, and December, 17 West
43d St.

Surgical, F. W. Murray, 32 West 39th st. Second and fourth
Wednesday, except June, July, August, and September, 17
West 43d St.

Therapeutic Club, A. H. Ely, 28 West 45th st. Third Satur-
day, except July, August, and September, residences of mem-
bers.

West End Medical Society, F. J. Brockway, 105 West 74th
St. First Saturday each month, except July, August, and Sep-
tember, residences of members.



300 MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.



THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE
OF FEW YORK.

Organized in 1806.

"Each CouQty Medical Society is entitled to as many dele-
gates as there are Assembly Districts in the county of which it is
the society."

The Medical Society of the County of New York is, therefore,
entitled to thirty-four delegates, whose term of office is three
years.

" Delegates who have attended, as such, two annual meetings
of the State Society become eligible for election as permanent
members."

"The Annual meeting is held in the city of Albany on the
fourth Tuesday in January in each year."

Officers, 1895.

President.

RoswELL Park, M.D., 510 Delaware ave. , Buffalo.

Vice-President.

William Maddren, M.D., 1 Hanson place, Brooklyn.

Secretary.

Frederic C. Curtis, M.D., 17 Washington ave., Albany.

Treasurer.
Charles H. Porter, M.D., 103 Lancaster st., Albany.

Committees.

On Arrangements.

William J. Nellis, M.D., 44 Eagle St., Albany.
William Hailes, M.D., Albany.
William J. Morton, M. D. , New York.

On By-Laws.
H. D. Wey, M.D., Elmira.
A. R. Simmons, M.D., Utica.
F. C. Curtis, M.D., Albany.



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OP NEW YORK. 301

On Hygiene.
Lewis Balch, M.D., 14 Washington ave., Albany.
Lewis S. PiLCt._::R, M.D., Brooklyn.

D. S. Burr, M.D., Binghamton.
Z. T. Emory, M.D., Brooklyn.

E. V. Stoddard, M.D., Rochester.
O. W. Peck, M.D., Oneonta.
LuciEN Howe, M.D., Buffalo.

On Legislation.

Seneca D. Powell, M.D,, 12 W. 40th st., New York.
Maurice J. Lewi, M.D., New York.
A. Walter Suiter, M.D., Herkimer.

On Medical Ethics.

John S. Warren, M.D., 204 W. 88th st., New York.
Charles Jewett, M.D., Brooklyn.
Eugene Beach, M.D., Gloversvllle.

On Prize Essays.
A. Jacobi, M.D., HOW. 34th st., New York.
Henry Hun, M.D., Albany.
W. S. Cheesman, M.D., Auburn.

On Publication.

F. C. Curtis, M.D., Albany.

William Warren Potter, M.D., Buffalo.
F. D. Bailey, M.D., Brooklyn.
C. H. Porter, M.D., Albany.



The n3xt Annual Meeting of the Society will be held in Albany, N. Y. ,
January 28th, 1896.

Frederic C. Curtis, Secret' iry.



502 UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.



UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF
NEW YORK.

[Incorporated May 1st, 1784.]



Regents.

Anson J. Upson, D.D., LL.D., . . Chancellor.

William Ckoswell Doane, D.D., LL.D., Vice- Chancellor.
Levi P. Morton, LL.D., Governor, . . ^

■Charles T. Saxton, LL.D., Lieut. -Governor, I

John Palmer, Secretary of State, . . )■ Ex-officio.

Oharles a. Skinner, MA., Superintendent of I
Public Instruction, J



In order of election hy the Legislature.



Martin I. Townsend, LL.D., 1873, .

Anson J. Upson, D.D., LL.D., 1874, .

William L. Bostwick, M.A., 1876,

Chauncey M. Depew. LL.D., 1877, .

Charles E. Fitch, LL.B., M.A,, 1877,

Orris H. Warren. D.D., 1877,

Whitelaw Reid, LL.D., 1878, .

William H. Watson, M.A., M.D., 1881,

Henry E. Turner, 1881,

St. Clair McKelway, LL.D., 1883, .

Hamilton Harris, LL.D., 1885,

Daniel Beach, Ph.D., LL.D., 1885, .

WiLLARD A. Cobb, M.A., 1886,

Carroll E. Smith, 1888,

Pliny T. Sexton, LL.D., 1890, .

T. Guilford Smith, M.A,, C.E., 1890,

William C. Doane, D.D., LL.D., 1892,

Lewis A. Stimson, B.A., M.D., 1893,

Sylvester Malone, 1894,

Albert Vander Veer, M.D., Ph.D., 1895,

Melvil Dewey, M.A., Secretary,



Troy.

Glens Falls.

Ithaca.

New York.

Rochester.

Syracuse.

New York.

Utica.

Lowville.

Brooklyn,

Albany.

Watkins.

Lockport.

Syracuse.

Palmyra.

Buffalo.

Albany.

New York.

Brooklyn.

Albany.

Albany.



UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.



303



STATE BOARDS OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS.

REPRESENTING THE

Medical Society of tlie State of New York ;



William C. Wey, M.D., President, .
Maurice J. Lewi, M.D., 78 W. «3d st.

William S. Ely, M.D.,
George Ryerson Fowler, M.D.,
William Warren Potter, M.D.,
J. P. Creveling, M.D.,
Eugene Beach, M.D.,



Physiology and Hygiene.
, N. Y., Secretary,

Chemistry,

Anatomy.

Surgery.

Obstetrics.

Pathology.

Therapeutics.



Homoeopathic Medical Society of the State of New York:

Asa S. Couch, M.D., President, . . . Pathology
J. Willis Candee, M.D., Syracuse, Secretary, . Anatomy.
A. R. Wright, M.D., . . . Physiology and Hygiene.



John McE. Wetmore, M.D.,
Edwin H. Wolcott, M.D.,
John M. Lee, M.D.,
William M. Butler, M.D.,



Chemistry.
. Obstetrics.
Surgery.
Therapeutics.



Eclectic Medical Society of the State of New York :



Lee H. Smith, M.D., President,

E. M. Manwaren, M.D., Oswego, Secretary,

Harry B. Smith, M.D., . . . .
L. O. GoETCHius, M.D., ....
John P. Nolan, M.D., ....

Orlando Webb Sutton, M.D

Melvin H. Nichols, M.D.,



Therapeutics.

Physiology and

Hygiene,

Chemistry.

Obstetrics.

Pathology

Anatomy.

Surgery.



MEDICAL STUDENT EXAMINATIONS.

FROM LA.W3 OF 1893, OH. 631, AS AMENDED BY LAWS OF 1895.

To provide for the preliminary education of medical students.

The degree of bachelor or doctor of medicine shall not be con-
ferred in this State before the candidate has filed with the insti-
tution conferring it the certificate of the regents that three years
before the date of the degree he has either graduated from a
registered college or satisfactorily completed a full course in



304 UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

a registered academy or high school ; or had a prelimiDary edu-
cation considered and accepted by the regents as fully equivalent;
or had passed regents' examinations representing for degrees con-
ferred in eighteen hundred and ninety-eight one year of academic
work, for degrees conferred in eighteen hundred and ninety-nine
two years of academic work, and for degrees conferred in nineteen
hundred a full high school course.

Notes on the Law.

1. The medical student certificate must be obtained three years
before the date of the degree.

2. The regents will accept as fully equivalent to the required
academic course any one of the following :

(a) A certificate of having successfully completed at least one
full year's course of study in the collegiate department of any
college or university, registered by the regents as maintaining a
satisfactory standard.

(b) A certificate of having passed in a registered institution
examinations equivalent to the full collegiate course of the fresh-
man year or to a completed academic course.

(c) A regent's diploma.

(d) A certificate of graduation from any registered gymnasium
in Germany, Austria, or Russia.

(e) A certificate of the successful completion of a course of five
years in a registered Italian ginnasio and three years in a liceo.

Note.— students matriculated in a reg^istered medical school before May
9th, 1893, may offer regents' pass cards for the six preliminaries and any ten
academic counts ; before May 13th, 1895, may oflEer regents' pass cards for
spelling, elementary English, English composition, arithmetic, physics (part
1), geography. United States history, or any thirty-six academic counts.

(/) The bachelor's degree in arts or science, or substantial
equivalents from any registered institution in France or Spain.

(g) Any credential from a registered institution or from the
government in any foreign state or country which represents the
completion of a course of study equivalent to graduation from a
registered New York high school or academy or from a registered
Prussian gymnasium,

Extracts from Rules.

Oi'der of Studies. — There is no restriction in the order in which
studies may be taken. Advanced students who have come from
other States, or who, for other reasons, have not passed in elemen-
tary subjects, may take them at any time — e.g. , arithmetic after
algebra or geometry ; English composition after rhetoric, etc.

Time Limit. — There is no limit of time, but all credentials issued
by the University are good till cancelled for cause. Studies neces-



UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 305

sary to obtain any credential may be passed at different examina-
tions.

Seventy-five per cent of correct answers is required in all
subjects.

Answer papers will be reviewed in the regents' office, and all
papers below standard will be returned to the candidates. For
those accepted, pass cards will be issued.

Candidates not attending schools in which regents' examinations
are held should send notice at least ten days in advance, stating at
what time and in what studies they wish to be examined, that
required desk room may be provided at the most convenient
place.

Candidates who fail to send this advance notice can be admitted
only so far as there are unoccupied seats.

Certificates without Examinations. — Candidates having creden-
tials which can be accepted in place of an examination should
send them to the Examination Department. They will be returned
as soon as verified, and if accepted the proper certificate will be
sent with them.

Sample Papers. — Calls for sample examination papers grew so
burdensome that further free distribution became impracticable.
All the papers for the year are mailed in paper covers for 25 cents,
or bound for 50 cents. Unbound sample papers can be had for
10 cents for not exceeding ten subjects.

The exact ground covered by these examinations is shown in the
Regents' Academic Syllabus, which is mailed, prepaid, for 25 cents.

Medical Student Certificate. — When all requirements are ful-
filled the regents grant a medical student certificate.

On receiving this certificate, the candidate must send it to the
secretary or recording officer of the university or college at which
he intends to study medicine.

Address all communications, Examination Department, Uni-
versity of the State of New York, Albany, N. Y.

Calendar of Regents' Examinations.

For the academic years 1895-1896.

1895. 1896.

September 24-26. January 27-31.

March 23-27.
June 15-19.

Note —September examinations will be held in Albany for medical and
law students only, and also in New York, Syracuse, and Buffalo. Other ex-
aminations will be held at different points throughout the State. Particulars
concerning these examinations maybe obtained by addressing Examination
Department, University of the State of New York, Albany, N. Y.



306 UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSE TO PRACTISE
MEDICINE IN NEW YORK STATE.

All requirements for admission should he completed at least one
week before examinations. They are as follows :

1. Evidence that applicant is more than 21 years of age.

2. Certificates of moral character from not less than two physi-
cians in good standing. (Form 2.)

3. Evidence that applicant has the general education required
preliminary to receiving the degree of bachelor or doctor of medi-
cine in this State (medical student certificate).

First exemption: "Students who had matriculated in a New
York medical school before June 5th, 1890, shall be exempt from
this preliminary education requirement, provided the degree be
conferred before August 1st, 1895." (Form for exemption certifi-
cate furnished on application.)

4. Evidence that applicant "has studied medicine not less than
three full years, including three satisfactory courses, in three
different academic years, in a medical school registered as main-
taining at the time a satisfactory standard."

Second exemption : " The regents may in their discretion accept
as the equivalent for any part of the 3d and 4th requirements
evidence of five or more years' reputable practice of medicine,
provided that such substitution be specified in the license."

5. Evidence that applicant "has received the degree of bachelor
or doctor of medicine from some registered medical school, or a
diploma or license conferring full right to practise medicine in
some foreign country. '

6. The candidate must pass examinations in anatomy, phy-
siology and hygiene, chemistry, surgery, obstetrics, pathology
and diagnosis, and therapeutics, practice and materia medica.
The questions ''shall be the same for all candidates, except that
in therapeutics, practice, and materia medica all the questions
submitted to any candidate shall be chosen from those prepared
by the board selected by that candidate, and shall be in harmony
with the tenets of that school as determined by its State board of
medical examiners."

Third exemption : " Applicants examined and licensed by other
State examiniog boards registered by the regents as maintaining
standards not lower than those provided by this article, and appli-
cants who matriculated in a New York State medical school
before June 5th, 1890, and who receive the degree M.D. from a
registered medical school before August 1st, 1895, may without
further examination, on payment of $10 to the regents and on
submitting such evidence as they may require, receive from them
an indorsement of their licenses or diplomas conferring all rights
and privileges of a regents' license issued after examination."

7. A fee of $25, payable in advance.



univeksity of the state of new york. 307

Notes on the Law.

1. Seventy-five per cent of correct answers is required in all
subjects.

2. All subjects must be passed at the same examination.

Note.— When a candidate for license has been rejected in but one topic
and his total average is at least 80, at subsequent examinations he shall be
examined only in the topic in which he originally failed to receive the
required G'5) percentage.

3. All examinations must be conducted in the English lan-
guage.

4. Medical preparatory courses, as such courses are now taught
in various scientific schools and colleges, cannot be accepted for
one year of the three years' medical study required by the law.

Medical Examinations.

Examinations for license to practise medicine in this State will
be held as follows :

Dates.
1895 1896

Sept. 24-27 Jan. 28-31 May 19-22

April 7-10 June 16-19

Places.

New York, Albany, Syracuse, Buffalo. Each candidate ia
notified as to exact place.

m

Daily Programme.

Morning. Afternoon.

9.15—12.15 1.15—4.15

Tuesday Anatomy Physiology and hygiene..

Wednesday Chemistry Surgery.

Thursday Obstetrics Pathology and diagnosis.

Friday Therapeutics.

Powers and Duties of County Clerks in Registering
Licenses to Practise Medicine in New York State.

The laws relating to registration of physicians by county clerks
were repealed May 9th, 1893, when the new law took effect. The
law forbids the registration of any authority to practise medicine
except a license or diploma issued or indorsed as a license under
seal by the University of the State of New York, or (in case of



308 UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

removal to another county of a physician already licensed) a cer-
tilicate clearly showing that the original registration was of an
authority issued or indorsed under seal by the regents.

To provide against penalties for illegal registration all other
cases should be referred to the University of the State of New
York, the only authority by which licenses can be issued after
September 1st, 1891.

Address all communications. Examination Department, Univer-
sity of the State of New York, Albany.



DANIEL LEWIS, M D., F. R. STURGIS, M.D,, SENECA D. POWELL, M.D.,

President. Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer

m ASSOCIATED PBISICIANS ii SDEGEONS,

501 FIFTH AVENUE, Entrance on 42d Street.

New York, June ist, 1895.
Dear Doctor :

We have the best facilities attainable for supplying you
the following :

Collectors experienced in medical work.

Attorneys' services, here and in all leading cities and
towns in the country.

Notary Public.

Medical stenographer a7id typewriter.

Bookkeeper who is familiar with physicians' bookkeeping.

In other words, we can render any service you may
require a7id in any way you may select*

A representative will call upon you when requested.
Yours truly, DANIEL LEWIS, President.

N. B. — Board of Health and all other blanks always
on hand.



EXAMINERS IN LUNACY.



809



STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY.

Cablos F. Macdonald, M.D., President, )

Goodwin Brown, . . . . v Commissioners.

Henry A. Reeves, . . . . )

T. E. McGarr, Secretary, Albany, N. Y.



PHYSICIANS REGISTERED AS QUALIFIED
EXAMINERS IN LUNACY TO MAY 1, 1895.

New York City.



Adamson, Lucius C.
Agramonte, Enrique V.
Ahlstrom, Christian P.
Allen, Charles W.
Amidon, Royal W.
Anderson, Henry A. C.
Armstrong, S. Treat
Arnold, Elmore F.
Aspinwall, Joseph D.
At wood, Charles E.
Ayme, Edward L.
Bachmann, Eugene O.
Bahan, Thomas S.
Bailey, Pearce
Bailey, Thomas H.
Baldwin, Frederick A.
Ball, A. Brayton
Bang, Richard T.
Bangs, Lemuel Bolton
Barnett, Solomon
Bauer, Frederick M.
Bayley, Russell
Beach, Wooster
Bean, James A.
Becker, C. Adelbert
Becker, Frank A.
Bennett, James W.
Berg, Henry W.
Berghaus, Alexander
Beuermann, John A.
Billington, Cornelius E.



Binenstock, Abraham S.
Bohmfolk, Charles W.
Boldt, Hermann J.
Bond, George M. F.
Booth, J. Arthur
Bowles, Fred. J.
Bowman, J. Edgar
Bradley, Edward
Bradley, Elizabeth Neely
Bradshaw, Laban L.
Brannan, John W.
Brekes, David
Brendon, Edwin V.
Brewer, George E.
Briggs, J. Edwin
Broderick, William P.
Brothers, Abram
Brown, Charles Henry
Brown, John M.
Brown, M. Belle
Brugman, Albert F.
Bryson, Louise F.
Buchanan, Robert W.
Buffum, Charles T.
Burrall, Frederick A.
Burton, R. Bigelow
Busche, Thomas W.
Cabot, John
Caillc, Augustus G.
Carleton, Edmund
Carmichael, James A.



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EXAMINERS IN LUNACY.



Carpenter, Elon N.
Carpenter, Frank B.
Carr, Walter Lester
Castle, Frederick A.
Chadbourne, Edwin R.
Chalmers, Matthew
Cheney, Lyman
Chetwood, Charles H.
Chichester, William R.
Clarke, James H.
Cleland, Thomas
Clymer, Meredith
Coffey, Joseph
Coggeshall, Henry T,
Cohn, Sigismund
Cole, Palmer C.
Collins, George W.
Collins, Joseph M.
Collyer, Herman L.



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