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New York Homoeopathic (Medical College), 201 East 23d St.,
10 to 4.

New York Hospital, 7 West 15th st., 2 to 4.

New York Infirmary (for Women and Children), 5 Living-
ston pi., 9 to 11.

New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, 213

West 54th St., 10 to 12, 1 to 4.

New York Medical Missionary Society, 7 Nassau st. Dis-
pensaries : 81 Roosevelt st., Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and
Saturdays; 39 Pitt St., Wednesdays and Fridays; 310 West 54th
St., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

New York Ophthalmic and Aural Institute, 46 East 12th
St., 2 to 3.

New York Ophthalmic Dispensary, 201 East 23d st.

New York Orthopedic, 126 East 59th st., 1 to 3 except Sat-
urdays and Sundays.

New York Polyclinic, 214 East 34th st,, 9 to 5.

New York Post-Graduate, 20th st. and Second ave., 9 to 7.

New York Skin and Cancer, 243 East 34th st., 2 to 4.

Northeastern, 222 East 59th st., 9 to 5; Sundays, 9 to 10.30.

Northwestern, 403 West 36th St., 9 to 4.


Northern, Waverley pi., cor. Christopher st., 8 to 5.

Rooseyelt, 59th st. and Ninth ave.

St. Andrew's Infirmary for Women, 108 East 28th st., 2 to
3, except Sundays,

St. Bartholomew's Clinic, 211 East 42d st. Gynecological,
1.30; Surgical, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 4 ; Eye,
Ear, Nose, and Throat, 8 p.m.

St. Chrysostom's, 550 Seventh ave, , 3 to 4, except Tuesdays
and Thursdays.

St. George, (for Women and Children), 18 Clinton pi.

St. Mary's Free Hospital and Dispensary for Children,

405 West 34th st.

Society of the Lying-in Hospital of the City of New
York, 314 Broome.

The Twenty-five Cent (Provident), 13 Clinton pi., 3 to 8.

Tompkins Square Homoeopathic, 261 East 4th st,, 1 to 3.

Trinity, 311 Fulton st., 9 to 11.

Twenty- third and Twenty-fourth Wards (Dept. Pub. Char,
and Cor,), 730 Westchester ave., 10 to 4; Sundays, 2 to 3.

University Medical College, 408 East 26th st., 10 to 4.

Vanderbilt Clinic, 60th st. and Tenth ave.

West Side German, 328 W. 42d st., 2 to 4.

Wilson Mission, 131 Avenue A, 10 to 12.

Woman's Hospital, (for Outdoor Poor), East 49th st., cor»
Fourth ave., 2 to 4.

Yorkyille, 1307 Lexington ave.

Yorkyille Homoeopathic, 1239 Lexington ave., 2 to 4.




Bellevue Hospital Medical College, E. 26th st.

College of Physicians and Snrgeons (Medical Department of

Columbia College), 59th St., Ninth and Tenth aves.
Eclectic Medical College, 239 E. 14th st.
New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Free Hospital,

Eastern Boulevard, 63d and 64th sts.

New York Medical College and Hospital for Women (Homoeo-
pathic), 213 W. 54th St.

New York Polyclinic, 218 E. 34th st.

New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, 20th
St. and Second ave.

llniyersity of the City of New York, Medical Department. 410
E. 26th St.

Woman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary, 5

Livingston pi.


Albany Medical College (Medical^ Department of Union Uni-


Long Island College Hospital.


Medical Department of the University of Buffalo.
Medical Department of Niagara University.


College of Medicine (Medical Department of Syracuse Univer-




Rules Qover Thing the Award of the Prize.

1st. The prize shall consist of a gold medal 150 gramme 3 in
■weight (or $lOO in cash), which shall bear upon one side the seal
of the Society, and on the other the following : Awarded as the
annual prize, by the Medical Society of the County of New York,
to for an essay on .

2d. The essays shall be handed to the Committee on Prize
Essays on or before the 1st of October in each year,

3d. Each essay shall be accompanied by a sealed envelope
containing the name and address of the author and bearing on the
outside the motto which is inscribed upon the essay.

4th. The writer of each essay is expected to present his disser-
tation in a plain and distinct handwriting, and with the pages
bound in book form.

5th. Any clue by which the authorship of an essay is made
known to the committee will debar such an essay from com-

6th. Other things being equal, preference will be given to es-
says which exhibit original work on the part of the author.

7th. The Society does not consider itself as approving the
doctrines contained in any of the essays to which the prize may
be adjudged, and, ia case of publication of a successful essay,
the author shall be considered bound to print the above in con-
nection therewith

8th. The selection of the subject upon which to write will be
left open to the competitors, but will be restricted to the field of
what are called the departments of medical study.

9th. The Society will return to unsuccessful competitors \
their essays, if called for within six months after the award |
lias been made.

10th. The committee is empowered not to award a prize in
case none of the essays are worthy thereof.

11th. The prize is restricted to members of the Medical
Society of the County of New York.

12th, The Society reserves to itself the right to require that
the essay, for which a prize is awarded, shall be read before
the Society previous to being placed at the disposal of the author
{vide Committee on Prize Essays;.



The prize is open for universal competition. Established by
the late Alexander H. Stevens, M.D. Avs'arded triennially.
Amount, $200. The administration of the prize is entrusted to
a commission consisting of the President of the College of
Physicians and Surgeons (ex officio), the President of the Alumni
Association (ex officio), and the Prof, of Physiology in the same

The prize is awarded to no essay unless it includes the results
of original research by tlie writer upon the subject chosen.

The next award of this prize will be at the Commencement of
the College in May, 1897. Essays must be sent to the President
of the College before January 1st of that year.


Merritt H. Cash Prize of $100 is offered for the best essay on
any subject pertaining to the science or practice of medicine ;
the essay to be sent on or before December 1 st of any year to any
member of the Prize Committee, who are empowered to reject
all judged unworthy of the award.

By vote of the Society this prize will be awarded only to mem-
bers of the various County Medical Societies {vide Committee on
Prize Essays of State Society)



Academy of the Holy Cross, 343 West 42d St.; under charge
of Sisters of Charity.

Academy of the Sacred Heart, 49 West 17th st.; under
charge of the Society of the Sacred Heart. Frances Elder, Supe-

Barnard Colleg-e, 343 Madison ave.; Arthur Brooks, chair-
man ; Hamilton W. Mabie, Secretary ; Jacob H. Schiff, Treasu-
rer ; Mrs. Leigh Liggett, Registrar ; Emily L. Gregory, in charge
of Botanical Laboratory.

College of Social Economics, 34 Union sq. E.

College of the City of New York, 17 Lexington ave.

Columbia College, 41 East 49th st. ; Seth Low, President ;
School of Arts, Henry Drisler, Dean ; School of Mines, Charles
F" Chandler, Dean ; School of Medicine, J. W. McLane, M.D.,
Dean ; School of Law ; William A. Keener, Dean ; School of Po-
litical Science, John W. Burgess, Dean ; School of Philosophy,
Nicholas Murray Butler, Dean ; William H. H. Beebe, Secretary
to the President.

De La Salle Institute, 106 West 59th st. ; under charge of
the Brothers of the Christian Schools. Brother Isaac John, Di-

Free Night School of Science and Art, Cooper Union ;
George W. Plympton, Director.

General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episco-
pal Church, Chelsea sq.; Eugene A. HofEman, Dean.

Hebrew Institute, 197 East Broadway ; Jacob H. Schiff, Pres-
ident ; Isaac Spectorsky, Secretary ; Samuel M. Schaefer, Trea-

Hebrew Technical Institute, 36 Stuyvesant pi.; Edgar S.
Barney, Principal.

Jewish Theological Seminary, 736 Lexington av.; Sebato
Morals, President of Faculty.

La Salle Academy, 46 2d st. ; under charge of the Brothers of
the Christian Schools. Brother Agapas, Director.

Manhattan College (directed by the Brothers of the Christian


Schools), Boulevard, cor. West 131st st.; Brother Anthony, Pres-

New York College for the Training of Teachers, 9 Univer-
sity pi.; Walter L. Hervey, President and Dean.

New York Institution for the Blind, 413 Ninth av.; Wil-
liam B. Wait, Superintendent.

Rutgers Female College, 56 West 55th st. ; George W. Sam-
son, President.

St. Francis Xavier, 39 West 15th st, ; Rev. William O'Brien
Pardow, President.

St. John's College, Fordham ; Rev. Thomas J. Gannon, Pre-

St. Joseph's Institute for the Improved Instruction of
Deaf Mutes, 772 J^ast 188th st. ; Miss Ernestine Nardin, Presi-

St. Louis College (Catholic), 224 West 58th st. ; John P. Bro-
phy. President.

Trinity School, 108 West 45th st. ; Rt. Rev. Henry C. Pot-
ter, President ; William E. Eigenbrodt, Secretary.

Union Theological Seminary, 700 Park ave. ; Charles But-
ler, President ; Ezra M. Kingsley, Secretary ; Thomas S. Hast-
ings, President of Faculty.

University, Fordham Heights, New York City. Rev. Henry
M. MacCracken, Chancellor.

Ursuline Academy, Westchester ave. n. Eagle ave.; under
charge of Ursuline Nuns.



Aguilar Free Library Society, 113 E. 59th st. and 206
E. Broadway, Miss Louisa S. Cutler, Librarian, 113 E. 59th
St. ; Miss Sarah Salvene, Librarian, 206 E. Broadway. Open
daily (except Saturdays) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Saturdays
from 7 to 9 p.m.

American Institute, 113 W. 38th st. John W. Chambers, Li-
brarian. From October 1st to May 31st, open daily from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m., and from June 1st to September 30th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Terms of membership of the (Institute and) Library, $10 initia-
tion fee and $5 per annum.

American Numismatic and Archaeological Society, 101 E.

20th St. Lyman Haines Low, Librarian.

Apprentices', 18 E. 16th st. Jacob Schwartz, Librarian.
Open daily (except Sundays and holidays) from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Astor, 34 Lafayette pi. Robbins Little, Superintendent; Fred-
erick Saunders, Librarian. Open daily (except Sundays and
holidays) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from March to September, and in
October and February to 4:30 p.m., and in iSovember, Decern ber,^
and January to 4 p.m. Free (but not lending).

Broome Street Free Library and Reading Room, 391

Broome st. Russell Osborne, Librarian. Open Tuesdays, Wed-
nesdays, and Fridays from 4 to 9 p.m.

Children's Library Association, 590 Seventh ave. Open
daily (except Saturdays and Sundays) from 3 to 5 p.m., and on
Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 12 m.

City, 12 City Hall. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. James
H. Farrell, Librarian. Free.

Columbia College, 41 E. 49th st. George Hall Baker, Libra-

Cooper Union, 7t.h st., cor. Fourth ave. Open from 8 a.m. to
10 p.m.

Free Circulating, 280 Rivington st. Russell Osborne, Libra-
rian. Open Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 3 to 8 p.m.

Free Circulating Library for the Blind, 296 Ninth ave.


Miss Maria Hays, Librarian. Open from 4 to 6 p.m. every second
and fourth Friday of each month.

Harlem, 2238 Third ave. Stansbury Norse, Librarian. Open
from 9 A.M. to 9 p.m. Terms of membership, |3 per annum ; $1
for three months.

Law Library of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, 120

Broadway. Thomas Campbell, Librarian. Open daily (except
Sundays and holidays) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For the exclusive
use of the tenants of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, the
officers and directors of the Society, and of members of the Law-
yers' Club.

Lenox, 895 Fifth ave. George H. Moore, Secretary and Su-
perintendent. Open daily (except Sundays) from 10 a.m. to

5 P.M.

Masonic, 75 W. 23d at. Herman G. Carter, Librarian. Open
daily (except Sundays) from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., and from 7 to
10:30 P.M.

Mercantile, 67 and 426 Fifth ave. and 35 Liberty st. William
T. Peoples, Librarian. Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Terms of
membership : For clerks, $1 initiation fee and $4 per annum ;
merchants and others, $5 annually. Reading room open from
8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Mott Memorial Free Medical, 64 Madison ave. Open daily
from 9 A.M. to 4 p.m.

Museum of Natural History, Central Park West, cor. W.
77th St. A. Woodward, Librarian.

New York Academy of Medicine, 17 W. 43d st. John S.
Brownne, Resident Librarian. Dr. Geo, T. Jackson, Executive
Librarian. Open daily (except Sundays and holidays) from 10
A.M. to 10 P.M. Free.

New York Free Circulating, 49 Bond st., 135 Second ave.,
251 W. 13th St., and 226 W. 42d st. Miss Ellen M. Coe, Libra-
rian. Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Sundays from 4 p.m.
to 9 p.m.

New York Historical Society, 170 Second ave. Charles
Isham, Librarian. Open daily (except legal holidays and month
of August) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

New York Hospital, 8 W. 16th st. Frank P. Foster, Libra-
rian. Open daily (except Sundays and holidays) from 10 a.m. to

5 P.M.


New York Law Institute, 116 Post-Office Building. Open
daily (except Sundays) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. William H. Win-
ters, Librarian. Terms of membership, |150, subject to assess-
ments. Free to all not connected witli tbe legal profession.

New York Society, 67 University pi. Wentworth S. Butler,
Librarian. Open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Reading room from

8 A.M. to 10 p M. Terms of membership : $25 for a transferable
right, subject to an annual payment of |10. Temporary sub-
scription, $15 per annum; $8 for six months; $5 for three months.
Free shares, $150.

St. Barnabas', 38 Bleecker st. Herman Meyers, Librarian.
Open from 7 to 10 p.m. Free.

Seamen's, 34 Pike st. John Williams, Librarian. Open daily
from 3 to 10 p.m. Free.

University Law, 29 University Building. Henry M. Baird,

Washington Heights, Free, Amsterdam ave., cor. W. 156th
St. Edward P. Griffio, Librarian ; Miss Jane P. Price, Assistant
Librarian. Open daily (except Sundays and holidays) from 9
A.M. to 12 m. and from 1 :30 to 9 p.m.

Woman's, 19 Clinton pi. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Terms of membership, $1.50 per annum.

Young Men's Christian Association, 52 E. 23d st., 153 Bow-
sry, 143 Second ave., 153 E. 86th St., West End ave. cor. W. l'2d
et., 5 W. 125th st. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sun-
days from 1:30 to 10 p.m. Membership, $5; life membership,
$100. Young Men's Institute, 222 Bowery. Membership, $4.
Reuben B. Poole, Librarian, 52 E. 23d st.

Young Women's Christian Association, 7 E. 16th st. Miss
Emma H. Ward, Librarian. Open daily (except Sundays) from

9 A m. to 5 P.M., and every evening from 7 to 9:15 p.m.



New York and Brooklyn.

American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record. 37 Col-
lege pi., New York.

American (The) Homoeopathist. Published semi-monthly. An
exponent of homoeopathic medicine. Editor, Frank Kraft. A.
L. Chatterton & Co., 78 Maiden lane, New York.

American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and
Children. A monthly journal. Editor, Brooks H. Wells,
M.D. Wm. Wood & Co., 45 E. 10th St., New York.

American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. A journal of practice
and science. Chief editor, Wm. Henry Porter, M.D. P. O.
Box 2535, New York.

American Therapist. A monthly record of modern therapeu-
tics. Editor, John Aulde, M.D. P. O. Box 1170, New York.

American Veterinary Review. Edited and published by A,
F. Liautard, M.D. 141 W. 54th St., New York.

Annales d'Oculistique. Edited, Paris by Dr. D. E. Sulzer and
Dr. E. Valude, New Y^ork by Dr. George T. Stevens. The
Transatlantic Pub. Co., 63 Fifth ave., New York.

Archives of Ophthalmology. Edited in English and German
by Dr. H. Knapp [and others]. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 27 and
29 W. 23d St., New Y'ork.

Archives of Otology. Edited in English and German by Dr.
H. Knapp [and others]. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 27 and 29 W.
23d St., New Y'ork.

Archives of Pediatrics. A monthly journal devoted to the
diseases of infants and children. Editor, Wm. Perry Watson,
A.M., M.D. Bailey & Fairchild, New Y^ork.

Babyhood. 5 Beekman st.

Brooklyn Medical Journal. Edited by Jos. H. Raymond
[and others]. 333 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette. A monthly journal of physio-
logical medicine. The Gazette Pub. Co., 1218 Broadway, New


Dosimetric (The) Medical Reyiew, Published by W. J. Mor-
rison, 43 Broad st., New York.

Druggist's Circular. B. Lillard, publisher, 72 William st.,
New York.

Ephemeris (An) of Materia Medica, Pliarmacy, Therapeu-
tics, and Collateral Information. By Edward R., Edward
H., and Charles F. Squibb. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Food. A journal of hygiene and nutrition. Editor, Frank
Woodbury, A.M., M.D. The Clover Pub. Co., 71 and 73
Park pi., New York.

Graceta Medico-farmaceutica de Nueya York. Editor, Dr. A.

Soler. 38 Piatt St., New York.

Gaillard's Medical Journal. P. O. Box 1124, New YorkPost-

Hall's Journal of Health (established 1854). Office, 206
Broadway, New York.

Health Culture. A journal of practical hygiene. Albert
Turner, Business Manager. The Health Pub. Co., 84 Reade
St., New York.

Hospital Notes. A magazine devoted to the interests of the
Manhattan Dispensary and Hospital, Tenth ave. and W. 131st
St., New York.

Humanity and Health. Food a specialty. Editor and proprie-
tor, Ella A. Jennings, M.D., 93 Fifth ave., New York.

International Journal of Surgery. Devoted to the theory
and practice of modern surgery and gynascology. P. O. Box
587, New York.

Journal of Comparative Medicine and Yeterinary Archires.

Editor, W. A. Conklin, Ph.D., D.V.S. Station G., New York

Journal of Cutaneous and Grenito-Urinary Diseases. Issued
monthly. Editor, John A. Fordyce, M.D. D. Appleton &
Co., 1, 3, and 5 Bond st., New York.

Journal of Electro-Therapeutics. Published quarterly. Edi-
tor, W. H. King. A. L. Chatterton & Co., 78 Maiden lane,

Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases. A monthly peri-
odical. Editor, Chas. Henry Brown, M.D., 25 W. 45th st..
New York.


Journal (The) of Ophthalmology, Otology, and Laryngol-
ogy, Issued quarterly. Editor, Charles Ueady, M.D. A. L.
ChattertoD & Co., 78 Maiden lane, New York.

Journal of Practical Medicine. Editor, Chas. H. Stowell,
M.D. Practical Medicine Pub. Co., 71-73 Park pi., New York

Lancet (The), with which is incorporated the Archives of
Gynaecology, Obstetrics, and Pediatrics. J. P. Flint &
Co., 220 William st. Editor's address. Box 2945.

Medical (The) Examiner. A practical journal for physicians
and surgeons as examiners for life insurance, etc. Editor,
G. W. Wells, A.M., M.D. Publication office, 78 Reade St.,

• New York.

Medical Press. Condensed extracts from the latest medical,
dental, and pharmaceutical journals. Editor, Ferd. C. Valen-
tine, M.L). W. A. George, 29 Broadway, New York.

Medical Record. A weekly journal of medicine and surgery.
Editor, Geo. F. Slirady, M.D. Wm. Wood & Co., 43 to 47 E.
10th St., New York.

Medico-Legal (The) Journal. Editor, Clark Bell, Esq., 57
Broadway, New York.

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary Reports. Published twice
a year. Editor, Dr. J. E. Weeks. G. P. Putnam's Sons.

New York Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Issued
monthly. Editors, A. H. Buckmaster, M.D., and J. D. Em-
met, M.D. The official organ of the New York Obstetrical
Society. D. Appleton & Co., 1, 3, and 5 Bond St., New York.

New York Medical Abstract. 79 Ann st.. New York.

New York Medical Journal. A weekly review of medicine.
Editor, F. P. Foster, M.D. D. Appleton & Co., 1, 3, and 5

Bond St., New York.

New York Medical Times. A monthly journal of medicine,
surgery, and the colli^eral sciences. Editors, Egbert Guern-
sey, M.D., and Alfred K. Hills, M.D. 528 Fifth ave., New

New York Polyclinic. A monthly journal of progressive medi-
cine and surgery. Edited by the faculty of the New York
Polyclinic. 218 E. 34th St., New York.

New York (The) Therapeutic Review. Quarterly. Editor,
Paul Gibier, A.M., M.D. Published by Pasteur Institute,
Central Park and W. 97th st., New York.


New Yorker Medieinisehe Monatsschrift. Editor, Dr. Max
Einhorn. The International News Co., 85 Duane St., New

North American Journal of Homoeopatby. Editor, Eugene
H. Porter, M.D. 127 W. 84tli St., New York.

Post-Graduate (The). A monthly journal of medicine and sur-
gery. Second ave. and 20th St., New York.

Psychological Reyiew (The). Bi monthly. Editors, J. McK.
Cattelland J. M. Baldwin. Macmillan & Co., 66 Fifth ave.,
New York.

Reyista (La) Medico-Quirnrgica Americana. Editors, S. E.
Milliken, M.D., P. J. Salicrup, M.D. 126 Liberty St., New

Sanitarian (The). Editor, A. N. Bell, A.M., M.D. The Amer-
ican News Co., New York.

Sanitary (the) Era, or Progressiye Health Journal. Edi-
tor, W. C. Conant, M.D. P. O. Box 3559, New York.

Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine. Edi-
tor, G. T. Jackson, M.D. 17, 19, and 21 W. 43d St., New

Weekly Reports of the Health Department of the City of
New York.


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Residence: 580 East 161st Street. New York.



Office, Albani.

Organized under Chapter 333 of the Laws of 1880. Objects :
To make inquiries in respect to the causes of diseases, especially
of epidemics, investigate the sources of mortality, the effects of
localities, employments, and other conditions upon the public
health, and supervise the State system of registering vital sta-


F. O. DoNOHUE, M.D., President.

B. T. Smelzer, M.D., Secretary.

Thomas A. Stuart, Assistant Secretary.

Case Jones, M.D., Rochester.
Daniel Lewis, M.D., New York City.
Owen Cassiday, Havana.
F. O. Donohue, M.D., Syracuse.
Cyrus Edson, M.D., New York City.
Murray M. Adams, M.D., Watertown.
Hon. T. E. Hancock,

Attorney-General, Albany.

Hon. Campbell W. Adams,

state Engineer, Albany.

Alvah H. Doty, M.D.,

Health Officer of Port, Stapleton, S. I.


17, 19, 21 West 43d Street.

Okganized June 27, 1868.


Article 11. — Object.

Section 1. The object of this Association shall be to afford
pecuniary aid to such persons as its deceased members shall have
designated in their application for membership, or by will ; or, in
the absence of such designation, to the legal heirs of its decea^^d

Sec. 2. Pecuniary aid may be furnished to the members, in
case of urgent need, out of the interest of the Permanent Fund, or
as provided for in Article VIL , Sections 6 and 7.

Article IV. — Membership.

Section 1. Any member in good standing, of the regular
medical profession of the State of New York, who is in good
health and in actual practice, or is a teacher or professor in amedical
school, is under 50 years of age, and who shall have passed a satis-
factory medical examination, may be admitted to membership in
this Association by a vote of a majority of two-thirds of the
Trustees present, at least five affirmative votes being necessary,
and on paying an initiation fee of two (2) dollars if under thirty
(30) years of age ; three (3) dollars if over thirty (30) and under
forty (40) years of age ; and four (4) dollars if over forty (40) and
under forty-five (45) years of age ; and five (5) dollars if over forty-
five (45) and under fifty (50) years of age, and a first assessment, as
provided for by Article V., Section 1, and signing the By-Laws
or a suitable voucher within thirty days after he shall have
received notice of his election. This voucher shall be kept on file
by the Treasurer.

$1,000.00 is paid to beneficiaries of deceased members.
The Permanent Fund at the close of the last fiscal year was

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