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East Hampton, L. I.

EVERETT HERRICK.

GEO. E. MUNROE.
Elberon, N. J.

ANDREW H. SMITH.
Far Rockaway, L I.

MAX BRACKER.

EDWARD CUHTIS.

J. H. F.MERSON.

E. C. WENDT.
O. A. WHITE.

Fleischmann's, N. Y.

R. G. WIENER.
Front Lake, Ontario.

CHAN. K. BRIDDON.
Garrison-on-Hudson, N. Y.

J. V. D. YOUNG.
Greenwich, Conn.

CHAS. SMITH.

FRANKTJN SMITH.

H. M. HITCHCOCK.
Harrington Park, N. J.

J. N. FARRAR.

Highlands of Neversink.
CHAS. E. NAMMACK.

Hotel Champlain, Clinton Co.,N. Y.

ROBERT S. ADAMS.
Hudson, Hillsboro Co., N. H.

ALFRED K. HILLS.

Islip, L. I.

A. HUNTINGTON.
Jersey City Heights, N. J.

HENRY S. DRAYTON,

37 Emery St.
Kennebunkport, Me.

FREDERICK BROOKS,

July and August.
Lake George, N. Y.

W. R. GILLETTE, Bluff Head.
Lake Mahopac, N. Y.

ANDREW J. FOX.



LXXVI



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE



Lake Placid, Essex Co., N. Y.
ROBERT C. KEMP,

July to October.

Lake Waccabuc, Westchester Co.,
N. Y.
J. A. BREAKELL.

Larclimont, N. Y.

W. E. BULLARD.
J. A. FORDYCE.
C. W. STIMSON.

Lawrence, L. I.

R. F. WEIR, August.

Litchfield, Conn.

F. H. WIGGIN.

London, England.

A. McLANE HAMILTON.

Long Branch, N. J.

S. BARUCH, West End Hotel.
M. C. O'BRIEN, August.
R. OFFENBACH,

West End Hotel.
C. E. SIMMONS, NorwoodPark.

E. STERNBERGER,

West End Hotel.
J. TESCHNER.

G. S. THOMSON, Chelsea Av.

Manhattan Beach, L. I.

F. S. SELLEW, Oriental Hotel,

June 15 to Sept. 15.
Monmouth Beach, N. J.
E. A. AYRES.
H. S. HOUGHTON,

July and August.
Montague, N. J.

E. BRADLEY-BYSTROM.

Monterey, Cal.

C. P. ELWERT, Hotel Del

Monte, Sept. 15 to Oct. 25.

Morristown, N. J.
L. F. BISHOP.

G. D. BLEYTHING.
R. WATTS.

Narragansett Pier, R. I.
H. H. BUTTS.

B. EMMET, June 15 to Sept. 15.

C. HITCHCOCK.
New Canaan, Conn.

E. W. LAMBERT.

New Castle, N. H.

T. E. SATTERTHWAITE,

Hotel Wentworth.
New London.

H. S. NORRIS, Pequot House.

S. D. POWELL, Eastern Point.
Newport, R. I.

W. T. BULL.

C. CLEVELAND.

B. ROBINSON.



Oceanic, Monmouth Co., N. J.
T. J. NAGLE.

Odessa, N. Y.

G. H. BUTLER, Lawrence

Homestead.

Onteora Park, N. Y.
L. A. COFFIN.

Pawling, N. Y.

GEORGE SCOTT, Mizzentop

HoteL
Pearl River, N. Y.

S. S. BOGART.
Pine Ridge-on-Hudson.

G. F. SHRAD Y, Barrytown P. O.

Pittsfield, Mass.
J. G. SMITH.

Pointo a Pic, Canada.
S. B. JONES.

Pompton Lakes, N. J.
W. WASHBURNE.

Portland, Me.

G. W. BROOKS, July and Aug.

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

VON BEVERHOUT THOMP-
SON, "Wilderness,"

Prout's Neck, Me.

L. M. SILVER, July and Aug.

Quissett, Mass.
L. M. YALE.

Quogue, L. I.

W. L. CARR.
M. MCLEAN.

Raquette Lake.

A. P. GERSTER, Aug. & Sept.

Richfield Springs. N. Y.
C. C. RANSOM.
M. J. JACKSON.

Ridgefield, Conn.

W. F. CUSHMAN.
J. G. PERRY.
N. M. SHAFFER.

Ronkonkoma, L. I.
R. T. BANG.
V. ZOLNOWSKI.

Rowayton, Conn.

M. J. BURSTEIN, Rowayton

HoteL

Rye, N. Y., Milton Point.

P. J. McCOURT, Am. Yacht

Club.

Saranac Lake, N. Y.
F. I. DISBROW.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK.



LXXVII



Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
T. S. BURCHARD,

United States Hotel.
C. S. MAY, United States Hotel,

July and Aug.
J. C. MINOR.
J. W. WARNER.

Sayville, L. I.

J. F. CHMELICEK, Saturday,
Sundays and Mondays, July
and August.

Seabright, N. J.

W. F. CHAPPELL.
N. G. McMASTER.

Shelter Island, L. I.

J. HEROLD.

H. S. STEARNS.
Sound Beach, Conn.

E. H. GRIFFIN.
Southampton, L. I.

P. F. CHAMBERS.

G. A. DIXON.

P. F. MUNDlfi, July 1 to Sept. 15.

P. B. WYCKOFF.
Southport, Conn.

B. H. WELLS.
Sullivan Co. Club, N. Y.

M. D. HUBBELL.

Summit, N. J.

G. A. SABINE.

Sunapee, N. H.

J. R. NILSEN, July and August.



Suncook, N. H.

O. B. DOUGLAS.

Stamford, Conn.

E. L. M. BRISTOL.

Upper Nyack, N. Y.

H. MOELLER, June 15 to Sept.
15, after 6 p. m.

Wainscott, L. I.

F. H. BOSWORTH.

Ware, Mass.

S. E. JOLLIFFE.

Waterbury, Conn.
M. C. HOLMES.

West Hampton, L. I.

W. B. CLARK, July, Aug. and

Sept.
A. STURMDORF, June 15 to
Sept. 15.

Westport, Conn.
R. C. M, PAGE.

W. Sharon Springs, N. Y.

A. W. GARDNER, June to Oct.

White Plains, N. Y.
W. E. DOLD.

White Mountains, N. H.

J. B. WHITE, Mt. Pleasant
Hotel.

Yarmouthport, Mass.

G. BACON.



Lxxvin



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE



DECEASED MEMBEES.



1895-1896.



CAMPBELL, JOHN L., September 32, 1895.
CONRAD, HARRY B., October 19, 1895.
HUNTER, ALEXANDER S., February 14, 1896.
JARYIS, WILLIAM C, July 30, 1895.
KUEHN, ADELBERT F. G., October 32, 1895.
LOEWENTHAL, HERMAN, April 23, 1894.
POPE, ALEXANDER B., June 12, 1895.
PRAY, ISAIAH F., April 33, 1896.
RENGIFO, PIO, January 12, 1896.
RIPLEY, JOHN H., February 14, 1896.
ROOSEVELT, J. WEST, April 10, 1896.
STIEBELING, GEORGE C, June 3, 1895.
WARNER, FREDERIC M., October 9, 1895.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK. LXXIX



EXTKACTS FEOM THE BY-LAWS OF THE
COUXTY MEDICAL SOCIETY.

" The annual meeting of the Society shall be held on the fourth
Monday in October.

" Stated meetings shall be held on the fourth Monday of every
month, except in the months of June, July, August and October.

"Nominations for the officers, censors and delegates, to be
elected at the annual meeting, shall be made at the stated meeting
in September.

' ' Members whose dues are unpaid shall not be candidates for
any official position in the Society, nor shall they be entitled to
vote.

"Every candidate, before signing the By-Laws, shall be required
to pay an initiation fee of two dollars, together with the current
dues, within three months from the date of his election.

' ' The Comitia Miaora shall recommend no apphcant for admis-
sion to membership unless he be a graduate from a medical col-
lege in good standing or a licentiate of a regular unsectarian
State or County Medical Society of this or any other State ; or, if
his diploma or license be of sectarian character, unless the appli-
cant declares in writing his or her abnegation of sectarian prin-
ciples and practice."

Resolution adopted October 28th, 1889.

' ' Resolved, That, hereafter, members two years or more in ar-
rears of dues shall have their names omitted from the published
list of the Society ; and that, while thus in arrears, such members
shall receive neither the notices of the Society's meetings nor its
publications."



LXXX

PROTONUCLEIN

Is now recognized by those who have carefully studied its effects
as one of the most important therapeutic agents known to the pro-
fession.

Mbtchnikoff, who discovered the nature and function of the
leucocyte, stated that in his opinion,

"The secret of health will have been
discovered when science learns how to
increase the number of white blood-
corpuscles at will."

Protonuclein produces leucocytosis as soon as taken into
the organism, and in this way becomes nature's tissue-builder and
antitoxic principle. It is within the leucocyte that all proteid
matter is converted into living substance, there that it receives the
impress of life, is changed into a cellulized, vitalized pabulum
ready for appropriation by the tissue-cells. Protonuclein is
obtained from the lymphoid structures of healthy animals by a
mechanical process which does not destroy its integrity.

Protonuclein is indicated in all forms of wasting diseases
and asthenic conditions. It rapidly restores the vitality of all the
tissues by stimulating and supporting assimilative nutrition. It is
indicated in all diseases due to toxic germs and in the treatment of
Neoplasms, Ulcers, and all surface lesions, malignant or otherwise.
Also as a prophylactic in exposure to contagion or infection.

Protonuclein is put up as follows : for Internal Use, Pro-
tonuclein Tablets (three grains), in bottles of loo, 500 and 1,000 ;
Protonuclein Powder in Ounces and Half Pounds. Protonuclein
Special, for Unocal Application and Hypodermatic Use, in bottles
holding )A, Ounce, i Ounce and 8 Ounces.



FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.



Samples^ Clinical Reports, a7id other literature sent on request.

REED 6r CflRNRICK, new YORK.



BORINE,



ANTISEPTIC,

PROPHYLACTIC,
NON=TOXIC, NON=IRRITANT, adapted for
EXTERNAL and INTERNAL USE



p5^<



Formula — Borine
composed of the active
nstituents ojF styrax^
'nzoin^ gaultheria
y-ocumbensy spircea
'maria, s oli da go
'ora., hamamelis
rginica^ the stear-
iten e s of thymus
rpylluttty eucalyptus
'obulus, me ntha
'vensis with boracic
id.



BORINE possesses
fragrant odor and a
;ry agreeable pun-
int taste. It mixes
ith water in all
"oportions, and is
}mpatible \vith most

the preparations of
b e pharmacopoeia.
; does not injure or
:ain the most deli-
ite fabric and is
lerefore useful as a
eneral disinfectant.




BORINE is highly
recommended as a
MOUTH ^VASH, as
a GARGLE, SPRAY
or LOTION in inflam-
mations of the throat,
nose and mucous
membranes, for IN-
HALATION in croup,
diphtheria and
whooping cough; as
a soothing and anti-
septic application to
wounds, burns, etc.,
and internally as a
sedative, antiferment-
ative and carminative
in digestive troubles
and intestinal dis-
orders.



BORINE is the Ideal Antiseptic



vV^ /^ . Ifeiijl ^^\ V;^




ABSOLUTELYI 'i TASTELES!



Queen Castor Oil

Is prepared from
the purest English
Castor Oil by sep-
arating the dis-
agreeable and
nauseating prin-
ciples without
changing its medi-
cinal action. These
principles are ex-
tracted by an im-
proved process and
are not covered up
J by added flavors.



Queen Castor Oil

Possesses the
same medicinal
properties as the
ordinary Castor
Oil, V7ith the ad-
vantages that it
is pleasant both in
taste and odor,
does not become
rancid, and is de-
void of all griping
action.



<^



zJ'i,



«~^C_J'(r~>"



QUEEN CASTOR OIL CO.

BORINE CHEMICAL CO, N.Y.
SOLE AGENTS.



LXXXIII



REMOVAL.

J". cTTrnsra-Dvc^^isrisr

Now occupies the five-story building

No. 1020 THIRD AVENUE,

We ofifer a large and extensive line of

Drugs A and a Medicaments,

Stjtrgical Instrt_imen.ts ainci A^ppliances,
PHYSICIANS and HOSPITAL SUPPLIES.



Prescription Department on 3d floor. (Eievator.)



E. C. GOETTING,

■^1- P'H'K'R'TV^'K-C'I'S'XH^





Xf».



Surgical Instruments and Appliances,

BELTS, BRACES, TRUSSES, CRUTCHES, Etc.

rVI^l, LINn OF ANTISEPTIC DRF^SSINGS,

ALL ARTICLES FOR THE SICK ROOM.

Fomerly ihi Sf. and 8ili Ave. Cor. lOOili street and Amsterdam Aie.



LXXXIV




Doctor :

We respectfully
invite your atten-
tion to the fact that
the Battle Creek
Sanitarium is a
good place for those
cases of chronic
indigestion, neur-
asthenia, insomnia,
gastric and intest-
inal catarrh, con-
stipation, and
pelvic disorders
which do not yield
the usual measures which can be employed at home.
The advantages afforded by a jSrst-class physiological
laboratory for the investigation of stomach disorders, blood
examinations, etc., an admirably equipped diet kitchen, a
scientifically conducted gymnasium, elaborate and elegant
facilities for scientific hydrotherapy, steam heated, thor-
oughly ventilated buildings, three hydraulic elevators, a
corps of twenty thoroughly trained physicians, 250 nurses,
a salubrious location — offer an exceptionally favorable
opportunity for the successful treatment of chronic invalids
of all classes.

Sanitariums under the same management are located at
St. Helena, Cal.; Boulder, Col.; Guadalajara, Old Mexico ;
and Chicago, 111.

For circular and further information, address

J. H. KELLOCiQ, M. D., Sup't,

BATTLE CREEK, MICH.



LXXXV



Something QoodEaV«i



♦ ♦ GRANOSE ♦ ♦

A new cereal preparation made from the choicest wheat, by a process which
retains all the elements of the grain. By combining the processes of digestion,
cooking, and roasting, by the use of special machinery, the wheat is brought into
the form of delicate flakes, in which the bran is thoroughly disintegrated, and
the starch largely converted into dextrine, and thus made ready for solution by
the digestive juice and for prompt assimilation,

♦ ♦ GRANOSE ♦ ♦

Is crisp, delicious, appetizing, and digests quicker than any other cereal
preparation. It clears the tongue, rids the stomach of germs, and cures
constipation.

It is unique; an incomparable food. Babies thrive upon it.

SANITARIDM HEALTH FOOD CO., Battle Creek, Mich.



CARAMEL-CEREAL



For the Last

Twenty Years

Has teen used ty the thousands of invalids who annually visit the



Great SANITARIUM at Battle Creek, Mich.



UNCONSCIOUS
POISONING.



An old physician of Chicago remarked the
other day : *' Thousands of people are poisoning
themselves daily, with tea and coffee, without
knowing it. A great number of nervous maladies,
and indigestion in various forms, are the result of the deleterious effects of the
poison of tea and cofiee upon the system. I myself made the discovery a good
many years ago, that the headaches from which I had suffered for years were
due to the use of tea and coffee. I found whenever I took a cup of strong coffee,
I had a headache as the result, and I had headaches now and then in spite of
what I considered my great moderation in the use of tea and coffee. I conclud-
ed to dispense with them altogether, and when I did so, my headaches disap-
peared and did not return. I have cured scores of chronic headaches by for-
bidding the use of tea and coffee."

CARAMEL-CEREAL is a perlect substitute for tea and coffee. It is aromatic,
delicious to the taste, and so nearly resembles coffee as to be easily mistaken
lor veritable Mocha, although, ot course, not by a connoisseur.

SANITARIDM HEALTH FOOD CO., Battle Creek, Mlcli.



LXXXVI



E. FOUGERA & CO,

26, 28, 30 NORTH WILLIAM STREET,

NEW YORK.

Invite the attention of the Medical Profession to the following
new and standard specialties :

APIOLINE

The true active principle of the plant Apium Petroseli-
num.

AUBERQIER'S SYRUP

and Paste of Lactucarium.

BLANCARD'S PILLS

of unchangeable Iodide of Iron.

MORRHUOL

An extract of Cod Liver Oil. The same is also
prepa-^ed with Creosote.

NOURRY lODiNATED WINE

The only preparation of Iodine which is uninjurious to
the digestion.

QUINA LAROCHE

Containing Peruvian Bark and Pure Catalan Wine, also
with Iron and Phosphates.

STRONTIUM

Paraf-Javal's Bromide and Lactate. Pure Salts and
Solutions.



Correspondence Solicited,



REGISTER OF PHYSICIANS.



LXXXVII



NEW YOEK PHYSICIANS WHO AKE NOT
MEMBEES OE THE MEDICAL SO-
CIETY OF THE COUNTY OF
NEW YOKE.

(REGISTERED.)

Abbreviations : (Coll. P. & S.) College of Phvs. & Surg., X. Y., ; (Bell.)
Be'levue, N. Y. ; (Univ.) Universitv Citv of N. Y. ; (Horn.) HomceopaThic
Med. College, N. Y. ; (H.) Mem. Horn. Co. Med. Soc. of N. Y. . (Harv.y Har-
vard Med. College; (Eel. Eclectic Med. College, N. Y. ; (JefiE.) Jefferson
Med. College ; (M. C. W.) N. Y. Med. College & Hospital for Women; ( W. M.
C.) Womna's Med. College of N. Y. Inflrmarv; (Alb.) Albany Med. College;
(L. I. H.) Long Island College Hosp. ; (M. S.) Medical Society; (U. S.) United
States Med. College.



ABRAHAMS, ROBERT, 1.56 Clin-
ton, 8 to 10, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S.,
1891.

ABRAMS, ALEXANDER, 134 E.
87th, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Coll.
P. & S., 1888.

ABRAMSON, MAX, 54 Eldridge
Eel., 1892.

ACHESOX, JOHX C, 220 E. 17th, 10
to i2, 6 to 7. Coll. P. & S., 1859.

ACKEX, JOHX BUXYAX, 255W.
43d, before 10, after 5. Univ., 1884.

ACKEX, THOMAS MOORE, 307
W. 43d, 7 to 9, 6 to 8. Univ., 1893.

ACKER, WILLIAM B., 445 Grand,
9 to 10. 6 to 8. Baltimore, 1893;
Bell., 1894.

ACKERMAX, CHAS. W., (H.) 310
W. 133d 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 5 to 7.
Hom., 1891.

ADAMS, CHARLES FRAXCIS, 17
W. 45th, 11 to 1.30, 5 to 7. Coll.
P. & S., 1890.

ADLER, H. B.. 269 E. Broadway, X.
W. Med. Coll., 1884; end BeU.

ADLERMAX, JACOB, 14 Attorney,
8 to 10, lto2, 6 to 8. Med. Coll.
Ltlbeck. 1863; end L. I. H.

ADLERMAX, THEODORE, D., 64
Columbia, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, evenings
by appointment only. Eel., 1892.

AGRAMOXTE, ENRIQUE V., 132
W. 98th. Bell., 1872.

AIXSWORTH, F. K., 224 W. 44th, 8
to 10, 5 to 7. Univ., 1879.



ALEXAXDER, ISADOR HEXRY,

335 E. 120th, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 8.

Univ., 1892.
ALEXAXDER, SAMUEL, 5 W.

58th, 9 to 11,5; Sundays, 2 to 3.

Bell., 1882.
ALLAX, ARTHUR GERRISH

(H.), 8 W. 4yth, 9 to 10, 2 to 5;

res.. Hotel Imperial. L^niv., Pa.,

1878.
ALLEX, IRA A., 350 W. 119th.

Univ., 1888.
ALLEX, J. FRAXK W., 360 W. 42d,

Coll. P. & S., 1894.
ALLEX, JOHX MARBLE, 278 W.

il9th. Alb., 1895.
ALLEX, J. WILFORD (H.), 44 W.

12th, 8 to 10, 5 to 7 ; Sundays

until 10. Horn., 1895.

ALLEN, PAUL (H.), 10 E. 30th, 11
to 1,5 to 7. Horn., 1889.

ALLEN, S. BUSBY, 141 E. 89th.

Bell., 1879.
ALLEN, TIMOTHY FIELD (H.), 10

E. 36th, 9 to 12, 5 to 7; Sundays,

9 to 11. Univ., 1861.

ALLEX, WILLIAM LAUTON, 255
W. 123d, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Univ., 1885.

ALSDORF, JOHN, Astor House, 9
to 5. Coll. P. & S., 1880.

AMABILE, FELIX, 1672 Lexington
av. Univ.. 1884.

AMBROSE, DANIEL R., 334 W.
30th, 2 to 6 daily, 7 to 9 p. m.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days. Univ., 1868.



Lx:



REGISTER OF PHYSICIANS.



AISIIDON, ROYAL WELLS, 19 W.

21st, 9 to 11, evenings by appoint-
ment. CoU. P. & S., 1877.
ANDERSON, HARRY GRAY, 34

E. 60th, 11 to 1, 6 to 7. Coll. P. &

S.,1889.
ANDERSON, R. HARCOURT, 243

W. 21st, 11 to 1, 6 to 7. Bell.,

189L
ANDERSON, ROBERT J., 356 W.

SOtli, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Ky.

School of Med., 1886 ; end Bell.
Als'DERTON, WILLIAM B., 34 W.

47th, until 9, 11 to 1. Bell., 1879.
ANDREW, RICHARD M. (H.), 1777

Bathgate av., until 9, 5.30 to 7.

Horn., 1891.
ANDREWS, JOHN L.. 307 E. 86th,

12 to 1, 6 to 7. Coll. P. & S., 1889.
APFEL, MOSES, 67 First, 8 to 9, 12

to 1, 5 to 7. Univ., 1893.
APFEL, SALOMON, 171 Rivington,

8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Lemberg.

Univ., Austria, 1872; end Bell.,

1886.
ARANGO, AUGUSTIN A., 132

Madison av. Coll. P. & S., 1856.
ARATA, GIOVANNI CARLO, 33

Charlton, 8 to 10, 1 to 4, 7 to 8.

Genoa (Italy), 1893.
ARCHER, HARRY MORTIMER,

72 W. 82d, untU 10, 5 to 6.30. Bell.,

1894.
ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM H., 366

W. 27th, Baltimore, 1895.
ARCUL ARIUS. LOUIS, 121 E. 25th,

8 to 9, 2 to 3, Sundays excepted.
' Giessen, Germany, 1808.

ARCULARIUS, PHILIP E. (H.),

104 W. 44th, until 12. Coil. P. &

S., 1867.
AR:MSTR0NG, ROBERT J., 168 E.

111th, 9 to 10, 3 to 3, 7 to 8. Coll.

P. & S., 1886.

ARNOLD, ELMORE F.. 28 E. 20th,
10 to 12. Univ., 1885.

ARNOLD, GLOVER C, 115 E. 30th,
10 to 11, 5 to 6. Bell., 1873.

ARONSON, ALEX. J., 205 Henry.
Univ. Jena, 1879 ; end. BeU., 1881.

ARSCHAGOUNI, JOHN (H.), 248
E. Broadway, 8 to 10, 5 to 7.
Hahnemann, 1891.

ASCH, JACOB H., 770 Lexington
av., 8 to 9, 5 to 7. Berlin, 1864.



ASHMEAD, ALBERT SYDNEY,

270 W. 43d, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8.
Univ. Pa., 1869.

ASSELTA, RAPHAEL E., 31
Prince, 10 to 12, 5 to 7. Naples ;
end Bell., 1884.

AUGSBURGER, MAX, 669 Ninth
av., 6 to 8. Eel., 1880.

AYME, EDWARD L., 947 Lexing-
ton av., 8 to H, 3 to 6. Coll. P.
& S., 1885.

AYRES, WINFIELD, 117 W. 95tli,
8 to 10, 5 to 7. Bell, 1893.

AYVAZIAN, ANTRANIG, 424 W.
57th, 8 to 9, 6 to 8. Univ. 1886.

BAILEY, BERNARD A., 265 Alex-
ander av., until 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8.
Dartmouth, 1889.

BAILEY, JAMES L., 206 E. 105th, 8
to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Univ., 1883.

BAIRD, WILLIAM M., 48 W.
Broadway, 9 to 5, res. 721 St.
Nicholas av. Bell., 1877.

BAKER. CLARENCE M., 43 Sixth
av. Univ. Mich., 1863.

RAKER, CYRUS REXFORD (H.),
968 St. Nicholas av., 9 to 11, 6 to
8 Hom., lo93.

BALCOM, IRVING STANLEY,
587 Highbridge road, 8 to 9, 5 to

7. Univ., 1887.
BALDWIN, FREDERICK A., 129

W. 77th, 11 to 1, 5 to 6; Mondays,
Wednesdavs and Saturdays, 7 to

8. Bell., 1881.

BALDWIN, JARED G. (H.), 8 E.

41st, until 11. Univ., 1853.
BANKS, ELBERT A., 70 W. 35th,

9.30 to 11, 6.30 to 7.30. Univ. La.,



BARBER, ADELIA B. (H.), 182 W.
80th. W. C. M., 1883.

BARBER, EDMUND H., 182 W.

80th, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Horn.,

1877.
BARBER, PLINY W., 32 Nassau,

9 to 11.30. Louisville, Ky., 1875.

BARCLAY, HJALMER V., 12 E.
loeth, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 6.30 to 7.30.
Univ., 1893.

BARDES, ALBERT CHARLES,
325 E. 13th, 8 to 10, 12.30 to 1, 6 to
8. Bell., 1893.

BARNETT, AMELIA, (H.), 261 W.
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BARNETT, SOLOMON, 353 W.
30th, 8 to 10, 4 to 5, 6.80 to 8.
Coll. P. & S., 1886.

BARON, ADOLPH, 320 E. 78th, 8 to
9, 13 to 1, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S.,
1890.

BARRY, JOHN HUESTIS, 109 W.
58th. Coll. P. & S., 1886.

BARSKY, JOSEPH, 207 E. B'way,
until 10, 3 to 3, 6 to 8. Univ.,
1893.

BARSTOW, J. WHITNEY, 6 E.
9th, 10 to 1. Dartmouth, 1851.

BARTLETT, IDA R., 402 W. 22d, 8
to 10, 3 to 5. W. M. C, 1880.

BARTLETT, JOHN ^YILBUR, 149
W. 94th, until 10, 1 to 2. 5 to 7.
L. I. H., 1879.

BARTON, CHARLES E.,270Wims
av., 9 to 10, 7 to 8. Univ., 1890.

BARUCH, EMANUEL M., 57 E.
77th, 11 to 4; 183 Lexington av.,
6.30 to 8, Mondays, ^Yednesdays
and Fridays. Tuebinger, 1887.

BARUCH, HERMAN BENJA-
MIN. Mt. Sinai Hosp. Coll. P.
& S., 1895.

BARWIS, FRANK TAYLOR, 231
W. 4th, 9 to 11, 7 to 8. Coll. P. &

S., 1885.
BASSETT. JOHN S., 11 W. 31st.
Berkshire, 185U.

BATES, ERSKINE S., 158 E. 34th,

1 to 3. L. I. H., 1865.

BATTEY, S. B., 124 W. 36th. Coll.
Med. Georgia, 1884.

BAUER, FREDERICK E., 105 E.
123d, until 11, 6 to 7.30. Univ.,

1888.

BAUM, JOSEPH, 238 E. 83d. 8 to 10,
12 to 2, 6 to 8. Col. P. & S., 1893.

BAYLEY. RUSSEL, 146 E. 56th.
St. Louis, Mo., 1877.

BEACH, BENNETT S.,310 W. 34th,

2 to 3, 5 to 7.30. Coll. P. & S.,
1887.

BEACOM, ROBERT J., 365 Broome,
Edinburgh. 1886 ; end, Bell.

BEALS, MORELL B. (H.), 470 E.
177th, 9 to lU, 5 to 7. Horn., 1892.

BEAN, JAMES A., 233 W. 128th.
Coll. P. cfe S., 1884.

BEATTIE. MATTHEW, 251 W.
54th, 7.30 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Coll.
P. & S, 1884.



BECK, HIRSCH, 94 Rivington, 8 to

9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Cracow, 1891.

BECK, SIGMUND, 239 E. 86th, 8 to
10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Univ., 1892.

BECKER, AMBROSE W., 323 W.
36th. Univ., 1885.

BECKER, CLAYTON ADEL-
BERT, 1872 Washington av.,
L'niv., 1875.

BECKER, FRANK A., 1861 Boston
av. Univ., 1883.

BECKER JOHN H., 313 West 32d.

Univ., 1885.

BECKER-LAURICH, FRANZ B.
v., 220 W. loth, until 9.30, 12 to 3.
6.30 TO 7.20; Sundays, until 10
only. L. I. H., 1893.

BEEBE, CLARENCE E. (H.), 23
W. 33d, 9 to 1. Univ., 1873.

BEEKMAN, JOHN C , 21 W. 122d.

Univ., 1882.

BEERS, GEORGE W., 24 E. 11th.
Univ., 1891.

BEERS, HENRY S., 218 W, 12Sth,
10 to 12, 6 to 7.30 ; Sundays, 12 to
2. Bell., 1887.

BEGEN, JAMES, 19 W. 60th. Eel.,
1877.

BEHRMAN, MORRIS, 58 Riving-
ton, until 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 8. Univ.
Yt., 1892.

BELL, J. HERVEY, 251 E. 32d, 9 to
11, 6 to 8 ; Sundavs, 2 to 4. EcL,
1892.

BELL, WILLIAM H., 306 Second

• av , 8to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. M. S.,

1874.

BENDER, H. LEACH, a59 W. 28th,
10 to 1,5 to 8. Coll. P. & S., 1894.

BENEDIX, ROBERT, F. W. (H.),
245 E. 79th. Horn., 1887.

BENNETT, JAMES A. (H.), 4 Irv-
ing Place. Hom., 1871.

BERG, HENRY W., 245 7th, 8 to

10, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S., 1881.
BERGER, TOBIAS, 124 Columbia.

Vienna, 1890.

BERGHAUS, .ALEXANDER (H.),
138 E. 65th. Univ., 1870.

BERGOLD, HENRY J., 82 Suflfolk,
until 9, 7 to 8. Univ., 1871.

BERLE, ADOLPH W., 145 Ave. B,
8 to 10.30, 5 to 7.30. Univ., 1885.

BERLINGER, ROBERT, 141
Broome. L. I. H., 1884.



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BERMINGHAM, EDWARD J., 8
E. 47th, 9 to 13. Coll. P. & S.,

1873.

BERNSTEIN, HENRY A., 70 E.
lllth, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 5.30 to 7.30,
Sundays, 8 to 11. Bell., 1895.

BEYEA, JAMES LOUIS (H.), 317
Second av., until 10; 1 to 3, 6 to 7.
Horn., 1880.

BIENENFELD, HENRY L., 118 E.,
xlOth. Univ., 1884.

BIENENSTOCK, ABRAHAM S.,
150 Stanton, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 5 to 7.
Univ., 1891.

BIGELOW, ALFRED J. (H.), 163
E. lOeth, 9 to 11, 6 to 8. Univ.
Buffalo, 1851.

BIGELOW, FRANK A., 1751 Madi-
son av., 11, 5 to 8. Horn., 1886.

BIGGS, GEORGE PATTEN, 5 W.
58th, until 10, 5.30 to 7. Bell.,
18S9.

BIGGS. HERMAN M., 5 W. 58th,
13.30 to 3, except Sundays, Tues-
days and Wednesdays, until 11.
Bell., 18S3.

BILL, EDMUND WALLEN, 339

W. 53d, 9 to 10, 4 to 6. Coll. P. &

S., 1889.

BILLINGS, JOHN S., Jr., 35 W.
36th, 1 to 3. Univ. Pa., 1893.

BIRD, M. LANGDON, 168 Lexing-
ton av., Tuesdays and Fridays,
res. Central Valley, N. Y. Univ. ,
1893.

BISCHOF, LOUIS F., 51 7th av.,
8.30 to 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 7.30; Sun-
days, 3 to 4. Univ., 1885.

BISHOP, JAMES, 30 W. 36th, 10 to
11.30, 5 to 6. Coll. P. & S., 1895.

BISHOP, WM. H. (H.), 119 E. 4Tth,
9 to 13, 7 to 8. Hahnemaiin,
Phila., 1889.



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