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i.st in Government Experiment Station at Geneva ; also Assistant Chemist at
Ann Arbor Univer.sitj% as assistant in this department.

For any expert Chemical or Microscopical Investigation we invite an inter-
view.

CHEMICAL.

QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE.

Kidnej^ Excretions (Urine) and their constituents.

Detection of Minerals, and Organic and Inorganic Poisons.

Human or Cow's Milk, Food Stuff, Butter, Drug Assaj^

Wines, Liquors, etc., Baking Powders, Ores, etc..

WATERS.

Spring, Well, ?^Iineral, River, etc.

MICROSCOPICAL.

URINARY DEPOSITS.

UNORGANIZED. ORGANIZED.

Uric Acids, Blood Corpuscles,

Acid Urates, Epithelial Cells,

j Amorphous, Mucus or Pus Corpuscles,



I Crystalline,
Calcium Oxalate,
Phosphates,
Leucin and Tyrosin,
Cystin,



Blood,

Hvaline,

Wax,

Epithelial,

Granular,

Oil or fatty.

Mucous, Etc.



GERMS FOR

Urethral and Vaginal discharges for Gonococci and Spermatozoa.
At least 12 slides of each specimen carefully examined.

Includes a preliminary examination for unorganized sediments, made im-
mediately after receiving the specimen, and the time noted, in order that the
physician maj' judge where the crystalization has taken place.

Mounted slidesof specimens furnished with all microscopical reports of
Germs.

Always specify in sending specimens what analysis is wanted, and send am-
ple quantity. Prompt delivery of reports assured. Price List furnished by mail.

N. B.— Analysis of all Kidney Excretions and their constituents or any relative ex-
aminations Involving Physician's diagnosis mnst accompany a doctor's order, as this
department is for Physicians onlv.

H. T. GALPIN, Ph. G. and B, A.,

ANALYTICAL AND MICROSCOPICAL LABORATORY DEPARTMENT,

1014 SIXTH AVE., N. E. Cor. 57th St.,

Telephone Call, i229-38th St. and 57 west stth st.



XXXI



Dr. McMunn's
Elixir of Opium



An Invaluable Discovery in the Preparation of Opium.



It contains all the valuable medicinal properties of Opium
in natural combination to the exclusion of all its noxious, deleter-
ious, useless principles upon which its bad effects depend. It
possesses all the sedative, anodyne, and anti spasmodic powers of
Opium : To produce sleep and composure ; to relieve pain and
irritation, nervous excitement and morbid irritability of body and
mind ; to allay convulsive and spasmodic actions, etc. ; and being
purified from all the noxious and deleterious elements, its operation
is attended by no sickness of the stomach, no vomiting, no cos-
tiveness, no headache, nor any derangement of the constitution or
general health. Hence its high superiority over Laudanum, Pare-
goric, Black Drop, Denarcotized Laudanutn, and every other Opiate
preparation .



C K \JT\ O N .

On account of the large sale, spurious articles are
offered in bulk. The genuine is sold only in vials of
about 7 drachms, with yellow wrappers and signature
of Jno. B. HcHunn.

E. FERRETT. Agent,

372 Pearl Street, New York.



XXXII



SANFORD HALL,

FLUSHING, N. Y.
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR

Mental and Nervous Diseases.

ESTABLISHED 1841.




Office in New York City.
36 EAST 29th STREET.
Tues. and Sat., 10-12.



WILLETT STUART BROWN.

Physician in Charge.

Telephone, 17 Flushing.



XXXIII



THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE THE WORLD OVER.




_-Ji?'^



SIMS' POSITION.




THE NEW ALLISON/^



PHYSICIANS' TABLES, CHAIRS AND CABINETS,



DOCTOR

Do you want the best, the acknowledged peer of all tables and chairs? It
costs a trifle more but is still, all things considered, the cheapest of an^ -
thing on the market. For general office .practice it by far surpasses any-
thing ever offered the profession in ihe way of either a table or chair. Be-
fore buying call and examine the New Allison.

Do you want to pre.serve your instruments and keep j-our medicine in
a systematic and convenient form? If so give an eye to our up-to-date
Cabinets. Thev fill all requirements, and are gems both in mechanical in-
genuity and appearance.

SECOND HAND CHAIRS OF DIFFERENT MAKE SOLD CHEAP.




TERMS EASY.

Call and examine or send
postal, stating what yju
want, for descriptive circu-
lars, prices, etc.

ADDRESS :

W. D. ALLISON CO..

Room 327, Metropolitan Bldg

No. I Madison Avenue.

N. Y. City.

J. W. Hughes, Manager.

FACTORY :
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.



XXXIV

THE ERMOLD ASEPTIC T0N8IL0T0ME

Consisting of only three pieces and one screw.




MADE BY

GEOROE e:r]violo,

:\rAXrFACTURER OF

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,

FACTORY AND SALESROOM

3 1 2 & 3 1 4 East 22d Street,

IMew York.
A fuU line of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.



The^ Berkefield^ Filter.

The only filter giving a rapid flow of
absolutely pure water, free from germs.
No Typhoid or Cholera Bacilli will grow
through the filter cylinder for a long time.
Easily cleaned by an^-one using the filter.
Cylinders can be sterilized by boiling in
water. Endorsed by leading scientists all
over the world. In use by many hospitals
in Europe and America, in the labora-
tories of the New York and Brooklyn
Boards of Health, in the College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons, N. Y., etc. Send for
descriptive illustrated circulars to

The Berkefield Filter Co.,

AUGUST GIESE. Proprietor.

2 Cedar Street, NEW YOUK.





The Attention of Physicians

is respectfully solicited to this make of Sanitary
Underw^ear. Being composed of the very finest Australian,
natural wool, free from dye, of remarkably fine texture'
it possesses qualities which render it particularly bene-
ficial for delicate individuals, as it is of so smooth a surface,
and so finely, closely knit, that it is warm without being
heavy or bulky, and the smoothness of its surface prevents
irritation of the cuticle, so objectionable in some makes
of wool undenvear.

Mattelutz Steam=Shrunk
Sanitary Underwear

is made not only in all wool fabrics, but the same
fine tissue is also made with an admixture of cotton. The
Mattelutz Sanitary Underwear is made in the neighbor-
hood of Stuttgart, Wurtemberg, a locality famous for the
production of fine knit wool fabrics. This under«'ear is
STEAM SHRUNK, and consequentl}^ v.-ith ordinary care
in the laundrj-, will be found practically unshrinkable.
The Medical Society can with confidence recommend
these garments to their patients, and we respectfully pre-
sent them to their kind consideration.
For sale by leading retailers throughout the country,

MATTES & LUTZ, Manufacturers,

Besigheim, Stuttgart.



For Sale in New York City by

DANIELL & SONS, cor. Broadway & 8th St.
SPIELMANN & CO., 83=87 Grand St., New York,

Wholesale Agents for the United States, to whom all inquiries for
Catalogues and Price Lists should be addressed.



XXXVI



Walton's Oxygen Compound,



FQRMDLil



1



Dxygan,

Nitrous Mnnaxlda,

Dzona,



2 parts.
1 part.
1 par cant.




HOSPITAL SCENE.

Showing the administration of Oxygen Compound in case of Pneumonia.
USED IN ALL CASES OF

Dyspnoea, also in Nenrastlienia an3 CMorosis.

OF^KICES NBiVER CLOSEiD.



Branch Office :
r2l E. 23d STREET.

Telephone Call. i87-i8th St.



Main Office:
509 5th Ave. , just above 42d St.

Telephone Call, i8i3-38th St.



xxxvn

HIGHLAND WATER

From LEWISTON MAINE.

!s the best Tonic, Diuretic, Eliminative and Solvent
of Uric Acid:

1. Because it is the softest and purest water known, containing
no excess of mineral salts and no lime or organic impurities,
being therefore non-irritating to the digestive organs and
kidneys.

2. Because it contains Iron in combination with the alkalies,
Sodium and Potassium in small quantities, as recommended
by Profs. Flint, Thomson, Draper, and others.

3. Because it comes from a reigon free from malarial germs.

4. Because all its mineral salts, and five of them in the exact
form given in its analysis, are found in the human blood, of
which they form a most essential part.

Analysis — Each gallon contains

Carbonate of Iron i. loo grs.

Oxide of Iron 0.310

Chloride of Sodium i.ooo

Sulphate of Soda and Potash ..... ,. .0.310

Carbonate of Soda and Potash 0.831

Carbonate of Magnesia 1.230



4 781 grs.



Sold in glass only. It may be obtained from Grocers and
Druggists generally, or from the

HI&EAND MINERAL SPRING WATER CO.,

No. 439 FIFTH AVENUE,
Cor. 39th St., NEW YORK.

Telephone, i763-38th St.



XXX vm

Pl»l^*- ^|-| 11 r>1 PI fi stimulates the nutritive functions,
_^_^^^^«^_^^^ increases resistance to disease,
promotes glandular secretion, restores tone to the system ;
cell-life throughout the organism is stimulated and
health augmented.

Prepared in three forms, Protonuclein Tablets, and
Powder for internal use, and Protonuclein Special
Powder for local use.

TTmnlinfliriP ^ Palatable and Highly Nutritious

^ Liquid Food.

It is a combination of animal and vegetable proteids
with the enzymes from all of the digestive glands and
the nucleo albumins of the lymphoid structures,
thus furnishing at one time the material for metaboliz-
ation, and the stimulant to functional activity. It is
wholly absorbed, and leaves no residue to ferment, or
furnish pabulum for the development of pathogenic
micro-organisms.

Peptenzvme. t ^"■^'" oigestant.

^ ^ Peptenzyme is the only prepar-

ation which contains the active and latent ferment
principles from all of the digestive glands, and in the
same condition as they exist in nature, consequently it
is of greater value in the treatment of all the digestive
disorders than any other agent.

Peptenzyme is prepared in three forms. Tablets,
Powder and Elixir.

REED & CARNRICK, New York.



WELL PREPARED
Highest awards
wherever exhibited



XXXIX



NUTRITIOUS



EASILY DIGESTED!!"

The Worlds Columbian
Commission.




STANDARD PR EP^



TS EARNESTLY RECOMMENDED as a most reliable FOOD
■'• for INFANTS, CHILDREN and Nursing-Mothers ; — for
INVALIDS and Convalescents ?— for Delicate, Infirm and AGED
persons. It is not a stimulant nor a chemical preparation; but a
PURE, unsweetened FOOD carefully prepared from the finest
growths of wheat, ON WHICH PHYSICIANS CAN DEPEND in
FEVERS and in ALL GASTRIC and ENTERIC DISEASES. It
is easily digested, nourishing and strengthening, assists nature, never
interferes with the action of the medicines prescribed, and IS OFTEN
THE ON^LY FOOD THE STOMACH CAN RETAIN.



SEEMS TO HOLD FIRST PLACE LN THE ESTLMATION OF MEDICAL
OBSERVERS.— "T/ie Feeding of Infants,'" in the Xew York Medical Record.

A good and well made powder of pleasant flavour. CONTAINS NO
TRACE OF ANY LMPURITY.— T/ie Lancet, London, Eng.

A valuable aid to the physician in the treatment of all the graver
forms of gastric and enteric diseases.— T/ie Prescription.

As a food for patients recovering from shock attending surgical
operations IMPERIAL QRANUM stands pre=eminent. — The International
Journal of Surgery. N. Y.

IMPERIAL GRANUM is acceptable to the palate and also to the most
delicate stomach at all periods of liie. — A7inual of the Universal Medical
Sciences, Phila., Pa.

It has a high reputation as a food for children as well as adults — in
fact we have used it successfully with children from birth. — The Post
Graduate Journal.

Palatable and easily assimilated, most desirable qualities in such a
preparation. — The Trained Nurse.



• Physician's=samples ' sent free, express paid, to any physician — or
as he may direct. JOHN CARLE & SONS, 153 Water Street, NEW YORK.



XL



I Your Interests Ours |

^ Naturally the desire of every physician is that ^

^ treatment shall not be balked by drugs and chemicals ^

X doubtful in strengfth or inexact in composition. J

^ Your interests are ours. Our relation to patients is ^

^ remote, but not vagfue. We are quite as solicitous ^

^ ^k& *^^* °^^ preparations shall avert disease ^

^ /^^B^^^^^>^^ alleviate suffering:, or restore health as a ^

J ^^^^^^^ physician is that the same ends shall be ^

^ ^^^ ^^' reached through his advice and care. Further, ^

^ ^e^ you study idiosyncrasy; you resolve obscurity; ^

^ you thwart complications. You are not content ^

^ with partial understanding or success. Nor are we ^

^ with mediocrity or the mere semblance of therapeutic ^

T . activity. ^

4 ^fvC^^ClC 4- CHEMICALS are recognized *

J everywhere as standards of Purity, Reliability and General 7

^ Excellence. This recognition, and the consequent preference, ^

^ is the natural fruit of uniform superior quality. We slight ^

^ quality in nothing. Is it necessary to add that professional ^

^ skill is aided and reputation sustained by absolute purity in ^

^ drugs and chemicals ? ^

* — *

^P Scientific information on any of the new remedies furnished on request "

^ 4^

<^ MERCK & CO., EranA" NEW YORK. 4



THE



Medical Directory



CITY OF NEW YORK



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



PRICE. $1.50.



NEW YORK :
Press of Le Huray & Co., 14. Reade Street.



1897.



Entered according to Act of Congrees in the year 1897, by Daniel Lewis, in the Ofllce of
ttie Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C.



PREFACE.



The same general plan has been followed in the preparation of
the Directory as in previous years, except the arrangement of
the names in the State lists for New York, New Jersey and Con-
necticut, which have been arranged by towns instead of counties.
The separate lists of the Medical Societies of New York and Kings
Counties are so desirable for many reasons that they have been
continued, although a few members have suggested a single list.

The appointments to out-patient departments of hospitals and
dispensaries are not published, nor membership in societies out-
side of the two cities, as such data are not of general interest.

The Editor would urge all who consult the book, to promptly
forward any needed corrections, realizing that in the collection of
nearly 15,000 names, some errors are practically unavoidable.

D. L.

252 Madison Ave., New York,

May 15th, 1897.



XLIII



Schieffelin & Co.'s

(New York.)

SOLUBLE PILLS AND GRANULES.

Reliable. Soluble. Beautiful.



The Perfection of Pill Making.



Examine Them and Notice



Their Perfect Uniformity in size and weight.
The Crj'stal Transparency of the coating.
They* are the only pills, which show the precise
colors of the masses.



Test Them and Prove



Their Ready Solubility.

Their Bxact Conformit}- to their several Formulae

The Certainty of Proper Therapeutic Effects.



SPECIFY Schieffelin's WHEN PRESCRIBING.



Xl.IV



8cott8



Bmulsiori



has stood the test of twenty years and is to-day
universally declared The Standard* It contains
the best Norwegian cod-liver oil in definite and
unvarying quantity^ The hypophosphites of lime
and soda give it additional reconstructive and
tonic properties*

Its Palatability
Permanency and
Skillful Combination

contribute to its unique success in the early stages
of Tuberculosis ; and in the preceding stage when
the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract are
acutely sensitive to disease*

To prevent substitution, Scott^s Emukion is put up in two sizes, at
50 cents and $ J,00. Kindly prescribe it always in the unbroken package.

SCOTT & BOWNE

Manufacturing Chemists, New York



CONTENTS.



PAGE

Benevolent Societies, Asylums and Homes, New York City, . . 210
Brooklyn Physicians, members of the Medical Society of the County

of Kings, ' cxcix

Brooklyn Physicians, not members of the County Society, . . . ccxxiii

Calendar 158

Colleges, Academies and Seminaries, New York City, .... 233

Connecticut State List of Physicians 135

Contagious Diseases— Regulations 249

Coroners and Coroner's Physicians, New York City, .... 252

Craig Colony for Epileptics 181

Dispensaries and Infirmaries, New York City, .... 227

Examiners in Lunacy, Brooklyn 178

Examiners in Lunacy, New York City, 172

Extracts from By-Laws of the Medical Society of the County of New

York cxxiii

Ferries, 254

Health Department, Brooklyn, 251

Health Department, New Vork City 247

Hospitals, New York, Brooklyn and Vicinity, 189

Libraries, New York City, 235

Location of Piers 256

Medical Colleges and Schools, New York City and State, . . . 230

Medical Journals, New York City and Brooklyn 238

Medical Prizes, 231

Medical Society of the County of New York :

OfRcers and Committees, xlviii

Active Members in Good Standing li

Deceased Members, 1896-1897, cxxii

Honorary Members, xlix

Non-resident Members, cxvi

Summer Residences of Members, cxix

Medical Society of the State of >ew York, Officers and Committees, 163

Medical Societies, Secretaries' Addresses, Time and Place of Meetings 159

Memoranda, cx\ii

New .Jersey State List of Physicians, . . 104

New York Academy of Medicine, 154

New York Physicians, not Members of the Medical Society of the

County of New York cxxxi

New York State Li!^t of Physicians 1

Nurses, Agencies for, 188

Obstetric Table 244

Pension Surgeons 251

Physicians Mutual Aid Association, 157

Police Stations, 252

Postal Information 253

Quarantine, Port of New York, 252

Societv tor the Relief of the "Widows and Orphans of Medical Men, 243

State Bcfard of Health, 242

State Commission in Lunacy, 171

State Hospitals for Insane 171

Street Directory 257

Street List of Pharmacies, New York City, 182

Street List of Physicians. Brooklyn ccxli

Street List of Physicians. New York City, clxxix

University of the State of New York, Regents of 165

Medical Examiners 166

Requirements for License to Practice Medicine in the State, etc., 167



IKDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.



V}1



XXlll

279



IX

270
xxiv

209
xxvi

294



285



PAGE

Albany Medical College, . . 274
Alston's, Miss, Private Hos-
pital, viii

Alta Pharmacal Co.. . clxxvii

American Biscuit & Mfg. Co., xiii
Ammonol Chemical Co., , . 208
Antikamnia, . . . cxxvi
Arlington Chemical Co., . . 2
Arsenauro, . . cxxv & cxxvi
Bagoe's Green Soap, . . . xi
Battle & Co., Bromidia, . . 269
Battle Creek Sanitarium and

Health Foods, . cxxviii & cxxix
Berkefeld Filter Co., . . xxxiv

Borolyptol, 3

Bovinine, ....
Breitenbach, M. J., Pepto

Mangan

Bromo-Cbloralum,

Bryant, Dr. F. A., School for

Stammerers 266

Centrifuge, Richards & Co.,
Clinical Medicine, School of,
Crest View Sanitorium, .
Cutter's School of Micrology,
De Garmo, G. J., Trusses,
Ditman's Sea Salt,
Ellis Nurse Agency, .
Eimer & Amend, Drugs, etc

Empire Glass Co 286

Ermold, Geo., Surgical Instru-
ments, .... xxxiv
Eyes, Artificial, J. T. & A. H.

Davis 288

Fairchild Bros. & Foster, last covers
" Falkirk," Ferguson , Dr. J. F.,

between pages xxviii and xxix
Felt Shoes.Daniel Green & Co., vi

Fougera, E. & Co cxxx

Geyser. Hot Appliance. . . vi
Gibb's Hollow Suppositories, . x
Gladstone, A. F.. Oxygen, . 280
Goetting, E. C, Pharmacist, cxxvii
Greenmont-on-the-Hudson,Dr.

Parsons xxv

Hahn, J. W. & G. H., Optic-
ians, 156B

Highland Spring Water Co., xxxvii
Home Bureau, Delicacies for

Sick, 245

Horton's Ice Cream, . . . 295
Hudor Lithia Water, . . xxii

Hudson's Food xxv

Imperial Granum, . . xxxix
Jungmann, J., Drugs, . cxxvii

Just's Food Co 296

Kopp, Robert, Apothecary. . 209
Kress & Owens, Nasal Douche,

etc 283

Laboratory, Analytical, Gal-
pin's XXX

Lactopeptine, . 1st inside cover
Latham, Thomas, Creosote, . 282
Loewy, A., Sanitarium, . . 292
L. I. Bottling Co , Malt Ext., . 293
Long Island College Hospital, 271



PAGE

Mager & Gougelmann, Arti-
ficial Eyes 291

Marshall Truss Co.. . . xxvii
McMunn's Elixir, . . . xxxi
Massage, Thorn, . . .286

Medical Review of Reviews, . 275
Merck & ComnauA , . . . xl
Meyer, C. J., Apothecary, . 209
Myles Standish Water, . . iv
Nosophen, etc., Stallman &

Fulton 268

N. Y. College of Dentistry, . 272
Nurses Bureau, Mrs. Clute, . xxii
O. H. Malt Ext., .... 1
Operating Tables, Allison's, xxxiii
Oxygen, Crane & King, . . 156B
Patchen, Dr. Geo. H., Swedish

Movements, etc., . . . 276
Pelton, E. R., Medical Books, . 153
Piatt's Chlorides. . . . xvi
Plumner, Edward, Druggist, . 287
Pomeroy Co., Trusses, etc., xiv-xv
Post-Graduate Medical School 273
Reed & Carnrick, Protonu-

clein, .... XXX viii
Reed, Chas. Allen, Calisaya, . 287

Reynders, J. & Co xxix

Riker.C.E., Surg. Instruments 288
River Crest, Dr. Kindred, . 275
Riverview Home, Fishkill-on-

Hudson xvi

Roessler & Hasslacher Chem.

Co 276

Rothschild Bros. & Co., . . xii
Rubino Healing Springs Co., . 291
Runkel Bros. Cocoa, . . .279
San ford Hall, . . . xxxii
Sanitari'im, Dr. Sherman's, . 229
Savage, Dr. W.L., Gymnasium 267
Schieffelin & Co., . xliii & 278
Schildwachter, Carriages, . 290
Schnoter, J. C. Trusses, etc., . 292
Schultz, Carl H., Min. Waters, xlvii
Scott's Emulsion, . . . xliv
Spielman & Co., Underwear, . xxxv
Stationery, Geo. L. Goodman, xxiv
Student Lamps, W. R. Noe, . 288
Surgical Instruments, F. Eiss-

ner 291

Sylvan Mountain Park, . . 282
Talcum Powder, Dr. Fehr's, xxviii
Tarrant & Co., Malt Extract, . 289
Terhune, Caterer, . . . 294
Tiemann, George & Co., . . 286
Tongaline, .... clxxviii

Upjohn Pills 281

Vail, J. ri. & Co., Books, . . 288
Van Horn & Co., Chemists, . v
Vapo Cresolene Co., . . . 156A
Vital Phosphites, Crosby's, . 277
Vitole. etc., Haas' Pharmacy, xxvii
" Waldermere," Dr. Carpen-
ter's Asylum, . . xvii to xxi
Walton Oxygen Comp., . xxxvi
Watson's Account Books, . xxix
Weinhagen, Thermometers, . 284
Wines, Duvivier & Co., . . 246
X-Ray Studio, , ... 284



XLVII



mineral Spring (Uaters,



ESTABLISHED IN 1S62.




430 to 440 FIRST AVE.,

25thi and. 26th Streets,

NEW YORK.



C-P^M-S



ACIDULOUS DISTILLED
WATI^RS.

Cr.UB SODA. CARBONIC.

ALKALIS E WATERS.

VICHY (Grande Grille),
VICHY WITH LITHIA,
LITHIA WATER.

BILIN (Josephquelle)

OBERSALZBRUNN.

MURIATED ALKALINE
WATERS.

SEI.TERS, EMS (Krauchen)

GLZ\CH€nBZRG (ConsianitK uqelle) .



ALKALINE SALINE
WATERS.

DOUBLE CARLSBAD,

QUADRUPLE CARLSBAD,

MARIE NBAD i,Kreuzbruunen).'



MURIATED WATERS.

KiSSINGEN (Rakoczy),
HoMBURG (Elizabethbrunnen),
ARTIFICIAL SARATOGA WATER
(Combination of fifteen of the j

principal Saratoga Springs). I

BITTER WATERS.

KISSINGEN BI7TERWATER (pULLNa)

EARTHY WATERS.

WILDUNGEN (Helenen Quelle).

CHALYBEATE WATERS.

Schwalbach (Stahlbricnfien),

Pvrmont (Neubrunnen).
IRON WATER.
PYROPHOSPHATE OF IRON WATER.



ABSOLUTELY PURE

DISTILLED

Water and Chemically
Pure Materials are

EXCLUSIVELY



Used in the Manufac-
ture of these Waters.
Guaranteed to agree in
composition with the
analysis found on the
labels.



XLVm MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF
NEW YOPJv, 1897.

Regular raeetings are held at the Academy of Medicine, 17 West 43d st.,
on the fourth Monday of each month, except June, July and August.
Annual meeting and election in OctoVjer.



Officers of the Society.
Landon Carter Gray, M.D., President,

6 East 49th Street.

Robert A. Murray, M.D., First Vice-President.

Nathan Edwin Brill, M.D., Second Vice-President.

Charles H. Avery, M D. , Secretary,

338 East 18th Street.

William E. Bullard, M.D., Assistant Secretary,

113 East 40th Street.

John S. Warren, M.D., Treasurer,

150 West 48th Street.

Censors.
Seneca D. Powell, M.D., Chairman,

13 West 40th Street.
Floyd M. Crandall, M.D., Secretary.
B. Farquhar Curtis, M.D. Edward D. Fisher, M.D,

Walter Lester Carr, M. D.

Committees.

On Ethics.

Arthur M. Jacobus, M.D., Chairman.

James P. Tuttle, M.D. Henry S. Stearns, M.D.

John Beach Knapp, M.D. Wm. S. Dennett, M.D.

On Hygiene.

W. H. Katzenbach, M.D., Chairman.

Egbert Le Fevre, M.D. Cha's. North Dowd, M.D.

J. Harvie Dew, M.D. Rob't. C. Myles, M.D.

On Prize Essays.

Wm. Stevens, M.D., Chairman.

D. Bryson Delevan, M.D. John E. Weeks, M.D.

Auditing Committee.

V. P. GiBNEY, M.D., Chairman. George Woolsey, M.D.

Editor of the Medical Directory.

Daniel Lewis, M. D.,

353 Madison Avenue.

Counsel for the Society.

Robert C. Taylor, Esq.,

253^Broadway.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK.



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF
NEW YORK.



HONORARY MEMBERS (EX OFFICIO),

Ai-ticle 5. The Governor of the State, the Mayor 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,
sliall be €X officio Honorary 3Iembers.

Hon. Frank S. Black, Governor Xeiv York State.



Online LibraryDaniel Hazeltine PostMedical directory of the City of New York (Volume 1897) → online text (page 2 of 51)