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Hudson. Hillsboro Co., N. H.

ALFRED K. HILLS,,

"Alvirne."
Islesboro, Maine.

R. H. DERBY.
Islip. L. I.

A. HUNTINGTON.
Lake George, N. Y.

W. R. GILLETTE, Bluff Head.

M. P. JACOBI, Bolton Landing,
June 15 to Sept. 15.
Lake Mahopac, N. Y.

E. C. CHAMBERLAIN, August.
ANDREW J. FOX.

Lake Placid, Essex Co., N. Y.

ROBERT C. KEMP,

July to October.
Lake Waccabuc, Westchester Co.,
N. Y.

J. A. BREAKELL.
Larchmont, N. Y.

W. E. BULLARD.

W. M. FLEMING,

Blossom Heath.

J. A. FORDYCE.

R. GUITERAS.

C. W. JACKSON, Bevan House.

C. W. STIMSON, May to Oct.
Lawrence, L. I.

F. J. QUINLAN.

R. F. WEIR, August.
London, England.

A. McLANE, HAMILTON.
Long Beach, L. I.

B. MORTON.
Long Branch, N. J.

S. BARUCH, Cor. Cedar & 2d

av. (West End P. O.).
R. OFFENBACH.

C. E. SIMMONS, Norwood Park.
E. STERNBERGER,

West End Hotel.
J. TESCHNER.

G. S. THOMSON, Chelsea av.
A. WIENER, Bath av.,

June to Oct.
G. S. YOUNGLING,

Murray Cottage.



Mamaroneck, N. Y.

E. N. CARPENTER. Orlenta
Point, June 1 to Sept. 1.

Manchester-by-tho-Sea, Mass.

G. S. WINSTON.
Manhattan Beach, L. I.

F. S. SELLEW, Oriental Hotel,
June 15 to Sept. 15.

Massawepie, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
C. N. DOWD, Childwold Park.

Middleton Springs, Vt.

C. P. ELWERT. " Montvert,"
July 1 to Sept. 20.
Millbrook, Dutchess Co.
W. VAN V. HAYES.

" The Halcyon."

Milford, Pa.

L. DePLASSE.

Monmouth Beach, N. J.

E. A. AYRES, June 1 to Sep. 15.

H. S. HOUGHTON,

July and August.
Montague, N. J.

E. BRADLEY-BYSTROM.
Morristown, N. J.

L. F. BISHOP.
J. L. CORNING.
L. L. MIAL.
R. WATTS.

Mt. Vernon.

J. B. EMERSON.

Mountain ville, N. Y.

M. B. PAROUNAGIAN, " Or-
chard House," July & August.

Narragansett Pier, R. I.

H. H. BUTTS, The Casino.
C. HITCHCOCK.

New Hamburgh, N. Y.

F. D. WEISSE.

New London.

J. R. GOFFE, Ft. Griswold

House.
S. D. POWELL, Eastern Point.
Newport, R. I.
C T ADAMS.
RUSSELL BELLAMY, " Ocean

House."
W. T. BULL, July to Oct.
S. S. BURT, 12 Catherine St.
C. CLEVELAND. Office hours,

12 to 1.
M. WOLPER.

New Rochelle, N. Y.

T. P. BERENS, Telephone 185,
New Rochelle.



CXXIV



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE



Norfolk, Conn. ,

L. D. BULKLEY.
F. S. DENNIS.

Nutley, N. J.

F. A. SCRATCHLBY.

Oceanic, Monmouth Co., N. J.

J. T. NAGLE, June 15 to Sept.

15. after 6 p. m.
J. B. VAN TINE.

Odessa, N. Y.

G. H. BUTLER, Lawrence

Homestead.
Onteora Park, N. Y.

L. A. COFFIN.
Orangeburg, N. Y.

H. R. CONNOR.

Pearl River, N. Y.

S. S. BOGERT, Wednesdays and
Sundays.

Peekskill, N. Y.

W. M. CARHART,

May 1 to Oct. 1.
Pine Ridge-on-Hudson.
G. F. SHRADY,

Barrytown, P. O.

Pittsfield, Mass.

J. G. SMITH.
Plainfield. N. J.

J. J. E. MAHER.
Polnte a Pic, Canada.

S. B. JONES.
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. G. GERSTER, Aug. & Sept.

Ridgefield, Conn.

W. F. CUSHMAN.

J. O. FARRINGTON.

J. G. PERRY.

N. M. SHAFFER.
Ronkonkoma, L. I.

R. T. BANG.
Sag Harbor, N. Y.

W. H. JOHNSON.

W. J. MORTON, Island Red-
wood.
Saranac Lake, N. Y.

F. I. DISBROW.



Saratoga Springs, N. T.

C. S. MAY, United States Hotel.
July and Aug.

Sayville, L. I.

J. F. CHMELICEK.

Scarsdale, N. Y.

J. H. GUNNING.
Seabright, N. J.

W. F. CHAPPELL.

R. B. KIMBALL.

H. TUCK.

Seal Harbor, Me.
E. K. DUNHAM.
T. DUNHAM.

Sharon Springs, N. Y.

A. W. GARDNER, June to Oct.
Shell Island, Conn.

J. HEROLD.
Shelter Island, N. Y.

FREDERIC DANNE.
Short Hills, N. J.

E. B. THOMPSON.

Sound Beach, Conn.

E. H. GRIFFIN.

R. LEWIS, Jr.
South Hammond, St. Lawrence Co.,
N. Y.

W. C. PHILLIPS, August.
Southampton, L. I.

H. H. CURTIS.

G. A. DIXON.

A. H. ELY.

P. F. MUNDE, July 1 to Sep. 15.
Stamford, Conn.

E. L. M. BRISTOL.

J. H. DEW, Shippen Point.
Stamford, N. Y.
C. W. CUTLER.

Suffern, N. Y.

P. GIBIER, Ramapo Mountains
Health Resort.
Sunapee, N. H.

J. R. NILSEN, June 15 to Sept.
15.
Suncook, N. H.

O. B. DOUGLAS.
Toronto, Canada.

G. T. HUNTER, August.
Upper Nyack, N. Y.

H. MOELLER, June 15 to Sept.
15, after 4.25 p. m.
Wainscott, L. I.

F. H. BOSWORTH.



COUNIT OF NEW YORK.



CXXV



Ware, Mass.

J. H. JOLLIFFE.

West End, N. J.

H. A. CONE, West End Hotel.

West Hampton, L. I.

W. B. CLARK, July, Aug. and
Sept.
West Townsend, Mass.
A, HODGMAN.

R. WALDO, Saturdays and Sun-
days.
White Mountains, N. H.

J, B. WHITE, Mt. Pleasant
Hotel.



Windsor-on-Hudson.

T. M. L. CHRYSTIE.

Winthrop Beach, Mass.
E. F. Newton.

Wurtsboro, N. Y.

M. D. HUBBELL, Sullivan C».
Club.

" Wilderness," Dutchess Co.
VON B. THOMPSON.

Yarmouthport, Mass.

G. BACON.
Yonkers, N. Y.

J. W. BOWDEN.



CXXVI MEDICAL SOCIKTY OF THE



DECEASED MEMBERS.

1897-1898.



AYERY, CHARLES H., November 2, 1897.
BAHAN, THOMAS S., April 6, 1897.
DALY, JA:MES p. J., October 15, 1897.
ENGELSMAN, BERNHARD.
HUMPHREYS, GEORGE H., April 15, 1898.
KIEFER, LOUIS P., July 23, 1897.
LEONARD, GEORGE W., April 16, 1898.
LUSK, WILLIAM T., June 12, 1897.
McLOCHLIN, JAMES A., July 16, 1897.
O'DWYER, JOSEPH, January 7, 1898.
SEGUm, EDWARD C, February 19, 1898.
STEIN, ALEXANDER W., December 5, 1897.
STRACHAN, A. RUSSELL, March 1, 1898.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK. CXXVII

EXTRACTS FROM THE BY-LAWS OF THE
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.

" 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 mouth, 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 en-
titled 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 Minora shall recommend no applicant for ad-
mission to membership unless he be a graduate from a med-
ical college in good standing or a licentiate of a regular un-
sectarian State or County Medical Society of this or any other
State; or, if his diploma or license be of sectarian character,
unless the applicant declares in writing his or her abnegation
of sectarian principles and practice."

Resolution adopted October 28th, 1889.

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



CXXVIII




CXXIX



The Jungmann Pharmacy,

NEW BUILDING,

1020 THIRD AVENUE,

Between 6oth and 6ist Streets.

Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals & Sundries

ON MAIN FLOOR.

Surgical Instruments & Appliances,

Dressings f Sick Room Appliances ,

ON SECOND FLOOR.

Prescription Department,

Most compreliensiYe stocK ol ledicaments, exceptiOEal facilities for iispensing,

ON THIRD FLOOR.

Analytical Laboratory.

Clemical ail microscopical examiaatioiis of urine, sputrnn, Dlooi, millj, water, foolstnffs, etc

E C. GOETTING, Pharmacist




Surgical Instruments and Appliances,

ALL ARTICLES FOR THE SICK ROOM.

rormerly 41st St. & m Ave. Cor. lOOtl St. and Aisterdam Aye.



ex XX




Doctor :

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iuvite 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 intes-
tinal catarrh, con-
stipation , and
pelvic disorders
which do not yield
to the usual measures capable of employment at home.
The advantages afforded by a first-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 ph^^sicians, 250 nurses,
a salubrious location — oflfer 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. KELLOGG, M.D. Sup't,

BATTLE CREEK, MICH.



CX.\X[



New Nut Products.

Nuts furnish an essential constituent of vegetarian diet. In
their natural state, they are difficult of digestion, and can
not be used by many persons ; but the Sanitas Food Co. has
discovered a method for rendering nuts easily digestible by
even the most delicate stomachs.



Mtm



Is a pure product of nuts,
of the consistenc\- of
cheese and has some-
what the appearance and
fiavor of cold roast mut-
ton. It may be used in a
variety- of ways, and is a
perfectly health\- substi-
tute for cold sliced meat.



make
fat
and

Blood.



Brottiose



Makes fat and blood.
This product is made by
malting nuts, and is es-
pecially useful as a food
for persons who can not
digest starch.



Send 25 cents in stamps for samples,
application. Address :



Circulars supplied on



Sanitas TOOd Co., 6s n, mashington $t., Battk CmK mich.



A New
Food
for . . .

Dia^betics.




HERE is probably no single dietetic
need which has received more atten-
tion, with fewer satisfactory results,
than the preparation of a bread for
diabetics.

We have at last solved this diffi-
cult problem by producing a bread
made by combining pure gluten and
nuts.

We shall be glad to send free sam-
ples to any physician or trained nurse
who may desire to test this new food.
Others will please send a two-cent
postage-stamp.



Sanitarium l)caltb Toed €0 ,



Battle Creek, micb.



CXXXII

IN ALL FORilS OF



Tuberculosis



yS£ EOSOT

(Valerianate Creosote)

25 GEOSOT

(Valerianate Guaiacol)

The most effective remedies now in use, and without the least irri-
tation to the stomach, intestines, or kidneys.



USED INTERNALLY, EXTERNALLY, OR SUBCUTANEOUSLY.

oy the toxic bacteria, control cough, re
crease the appetite and weight.

URIC ACID DIATHESIS.



They destroy the toxic bacteria, control cough, relieve hectic and
night sweats, increase the appetite and vi^eight.



Used ( Gouty Diathesis,
Successfully } Urinary Calculi,

^®'' ( Rheumatoid Arthritis.

This neutral granular salt of definite and uniform composition, com-
bining with the uric acid, produces an entirely soluble substance which is
quickly eliminated through the. urine.

URICEDiy is useful also in Migraine, Occipital Headaches^
Epilepsy, Hay-fever, Asthma, Nasal Catarrh, Hysteria, Neu-
rasthenia, Eczema and certain functional disturbances of the sexnal
organs.

No Disturbance to the Digestion.

Clinical reports furnished on application to Sole Agents.

Fischer Chemical Importing Co., i4 piatt st., h. y.



KEGISTER OK PHYSICIANS.



cxxxv



PHYSICIAJ^^S WHO AEE NOT MEMBEKS OF

THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE

COUNTY OF NEW YORK.

(Manhattan and Bronx.)

AbbreviatioEs: (Coll. P. & S.) College of Phjs. & Surgs., N. T. ; (Bell.)
BelleTue, N. T. ; (Univ.) N. T. Univevsitv : (Horn.) Homoeopathic Med. College
N. T. ; (H.) Mem. Horn Co. Med. Soc. of N. T. ; (Harv.) Harvard Med, College:
(Eel.) Eclectic Med. College, N. Y. ; (Jeff.) Jefferson Med. College; (M. C. W.
N. T. Med. College <fe Hospital for Women ; (W. M. C.) "VTomen's Med. College
of N. Y. Infirmary; (Alb.) Albany Med. College ; (L. I. H.) Long Island Colleg©
Hosp. ; (M. S.) Medical Society; (U. S.) UnitedStates Med. College.



ABKARIAN, S. H., 14S6 Lexington

av., until 11, 5.30 to 7.30. Univ.,

1889.
ABRAHAM, JOSEPH H., 132, W.

44th, 9 to 12.30, 5 to 6.30. Univ.

Va., 1894.
ABRAHAMSON, ISADOR, Monte-

fiore Home. Coll. P. & S., 1894.
ABRAMS, ALEXANDER, 153 E.

92d, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Coll.

P & S 1888
ABRAMSON, 'mAX, 54 Eldridge.

Eel., 1892.
ACHESON, JOHN C, 220 E. 17tll,

10 to 12, 6 to 7. Coll. P. & S.,

1859.
ACKEN, JOHN BUNYAN, 255 W.

43d, before 10, after 5. Univ.,

1884.
ACKEN, THOMAS MOORE, 255

W. 43d, 10 to 1, 5 to 7. Univ.,

1893
ACKER, WILLIAM B., 445 Grand,

9 to 10, 6 to 8. Baltimore, 1893;

Bell., 1894.
ACKERMAN, CHARLES A , 66 W.

71st, 8 to 10, 12.30 to 1.30, 6 to

7.30. Coll. P. & S., 1884.
ACKERMAN, LEON, 142 Riving-

ton. 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Univ.,

1896.
ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS, 24

E. 46th, 3 to 5; 143 W. 84th, 9 to

10.30, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S., 1890.
ADAMS, WARREN SANFORD, 252

Madison av., 10 to 12, 8 to 9.

Bell., 1897.
ABLER, H. B., 277 Madison, 8 to

10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. N. W. Med.

Coll., 1884.



ADLER, WILLIAM, 419 E. 63d.

Coll. P. & S., 1896.
ADLERMAN, JACOB, 94 1st. 8 to-

10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Med. Coll.,

Liibeck, 1863.
ADRIANCE. VANDERPOEL, 105 E.

39th, until 9, 12.30 to 1.30. Coll.

P. & S., 1893.
AGRAMONTE, ENRIQUE V., 145.

W. 66th, 9 to 11, 6 to 7.30. Bell..

1872.
AHERN, GEORGE, 185 Lexington

av., until 9.30, 12 to 2, 6 to 7.30.

Univ., 1895.
AHLSTROM, CHRISTIAN P., 116

W. 61st. until 11, 2 to 3, 6 to 8.

Univ. Buffalo, 1884.
AINSWORTH, F. K., 224 W. 44th,,

8 to 10, 5 to 7. Univ. 1879.
ALEXANDER, ISADOR HENRY,

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

8. Univ., 1892.
ALEXANDER, JAMES J., 300 W.

12Sth, 8 to 10, 6 to 8. Alb., 1871.
ALEXANDER, SAMUEL, 5 W."

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

Bell., 1882.
ALLAN, ARTHUR GERRISH, (H.)

14 W. 32d, 10 to 1, 5 to 6; Sun-
day, 12 to 1, 5 to 6; telephone,

2998 38th. Univ. Pa., 1878.
ALLEN, J. FRANK W., 130 W.

116th. Coll. P. & g.^ 1894
ALLEN, J. WILFORD (H.), 110 W

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

until 10. Hom., 1895.
ALLEN PAUL (H.), 3 E. 48th, ll'

to 1, 5 to 7. Horn., 1889.
ALLEN, S. BUSBY, 55 E. 89thv

until 10, 1 to 2, after 5. Bell..

1879.



CXXXVI



REGISTER or I'lIYSICIAXS.



ALLEN, TIMOTHY FIELD (H.), 3
E. '18tli, 9 to 12, 5 to 7; Sundays.
9 to 11. Univ., 1861.
ALLEN, WILLIAM LAUTON, 225
W. 123d, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Univ.,
1885.
ALLMAN, S. E., 167 W. 85.h. Alb.,

1880.
ALSDORF, JOHN, Astor House, 9

to 5. Coll. P. & S., 1880.
ALTMAN, EMIL, 748 5th, until 10,
1 to 2, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S.,
1895.
ALTSHUL, HENRY, 153 W. 76tli,
until 9.30, 11.30 to 12.30, 5.30 to
7.30; Sundays, until 12. Coll. P.
& S., 1887.
AMABILE, FELIX, 1672 Lexington

av. Univ., 1884.
AMBROSE, DANIEL R., 334 W.

30th, 2 to 4 daily. Univ., 1868.
AMES, SAMUEL PATTEN. 206 W.
69th, 8 to 10, 3 to 5, 6 to 8; tele-
phone. 409 Columbus. Bell.,18;'5.
AMIDON, ROYAL WELLS, 72 W.
55th, 1.30 to 3.30, and by appoint-
ment. Coll. P. & S., 1877.
ANDERSON, R. HARCOURT, 108
W. 40th, 11 to 1, 6 to 7. Bell.,
189L
ANDERSON, ROBERT J., 356 W.
30th, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Ky.
School of Med., 1886.
ANDERTON, WILLIAM B., 34 W.
47th. until 9. 11 to 1; telephone,
2248 38th. Bell.. 1879.
ANDREW, RICHARD M. (H.),1730
Washington av., until 9, 12 to 1,
5.30 to 7. Hom., 1891.
ANDREWS, JOHN L., 1332 Lexing-
ton av., 12 to 1, 6 to 7. Coll.
P & S 1889
APFEL, M. MARION, 207 E. 57th,

9 to 11, 7 to 8. Univ., 1893.
APFEL, SALOMON, 171 Rivington,
8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Lemberg
Univ., Austria, 1872.
ARANGO, AUGUSTIN A., 66 W.
38th, 12 to 1, 5 to 6. Coll. P. &
S., 1848.
ARATA. GIOVANNI CARLO, 28
Macdougal, 8 to 10, 1 to 4, 7 to 8.
Genoa (Italy), 1893.

ARBUCKLE, JAMES A., 1538 Mad-
ison av., 1 to 3, 6 to 7.30. Univ.,
1893

ARCHER, HARRY MORTIMER,
72 W. 82d. until 10, 5 to 6.30.
Bell., 1894. I



ARCHIBALD. CHARLES H., 92
Fifth av., 9.30 to 5. Jeff., 1890.

ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM H., 360
W. 30th, until 10. 12 to 1, 6 to 8.
Baltimore, 1895.

ARCULARIUS, LOUIS, 121 E.
25th, 8 to 9, 2 to 3, Sundays &
holidays excepted. Giessen,
Germany, 1868.

ARCULARIUS, PHILIP E. (H.),

104 W. 44th, until 12. Coll. P.

& S., 1867.
ARD, WILLIAM E., " The Gren-

oble," 210 W. 57th, 11 to 1, 5 to

6. Univ. Md., 1891.

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT J.. 168 E.
111th, 9 to 10, 2, 7 to 8. Coll. P.
& S., 1886.

ARNOLD, ELMORE F., 42 W.
25th, 11 to 12, 4 to 6. Univ.,
1885.

ARNOLD, GLOVER C, 115 E.
30th, 10 to 11, 5 to 6; Sundays 1
p.m., or by appointment. Bell.,
1873.

ARSCHAGOUNI, JOHN (H.), 743
Lexington av., 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6
to 7.30; Sundays, 9 to 11. Hahne-
mann. 1891.

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

ASHMEAD, ALBERT SYDNEY,
210 W. 4th, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 8 to

9. Univ. Pa., 1869.
ASSELTA, RAPHAEL E., 31

Prince, 10 to 11, 5 to 7. Univ.
Naples, 1884.
ATKINS, L. R., 304 W. 30th, 8 to

10. 7 to 8. Hahnemann, Chicago,
1887.

AYME, EDWARD L., 947 Lexing-
ton av., 8 to 11. and by appoint-
ment. Coll. P. & S., 1885.

AYRES, WINFIELD. 112 W. 94th,

8 to 10, 5 to 7. Bell., 1893.
AYVAZIAN, ANTRANIG, 424 W.

57th. 8 to 9. 6 to 8. Univ.. 1886.
BACKES, THOMAS JOSEPH, 336

W. 45th, 10 to 11, 2 to 3, 7 to 8.

Bell.. 1895.
BADGLEY, NATHAN EDDY, 310

W. loth, 8 to 11, 4 to 7. Univ.,

1868.
BADOLATI, VINCENT. 194 Grand,

8 to 10, 12 to 2, 4 to 9. Univ.
Naples, 1882.

BAGG, CLINTON L., 26 W. 45th,

9 to 11, 5 to 7. Univ.. 1879.



REGISTEK OF rilYSICIANS.



CXXXVII



BAGLIVI, PASQUALE, 219 Grand,

7 to 9, 12 to 2, 5 to 7. Univ.
Naples, 1891.

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

BAILEY, FREDERICK RAN-
DOLPH, 437 W. 59th, 2 to 4 p.
m. Coll. P. & S., 1895.

BAINBRIDGE. WILLIAM SEA-
MAN, 105 E. 22d. Coll. P. & S.,
1893.

BAILEY, JAMES L., 206 E. 105tli,

8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Univ.,
1883.

BAKER, CLARENCE M., 43 Sixth
av. Univ. Mich., 1S63.

BAKER, CYRUS REXFORD (H.),
968 St. Nicholas av., 9 to 11, 6
to 8. Horn., 1893.

BAKER, GEORGE H., 846 Broad-
way. Alb., 1886.

BAKER, HENRY W., 272 W. 39th,
8 to 10, 5 to 7. Eel., 1879.

BAKER, JANE M., 272 W. 39th,
Mondays and Thursdays. Eel.,
1882.

BALCOM, IRVING STANLEY,
587 Highbridge road, 8 to 9, 5 to
7. Univ., 1887.

BALDWIN, EDWIN C, 339 Lex -
ington av., until 9.30, 4 to 6.
Bell., 1896.

BALDWIN, FREDERICK A., 129
W. 77th, 11 to 1, 5 to 6; Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Satur-
days, 7 to 8. Bell., 1881.

BALDWIN, "JARED G. (H.), 8 E.
41st, until 11. Univ., 1853.

BALDWIN, MARY' HARRIETTE,
274 3d av. Eel., 1878.

BANCKER, SAMUEL S., 60 Hora-
tio, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Univ., 1869.

BANKER, GARRET N., 1648 Mad-
ison av., 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 5 to 7.30.
Bell., 1889.

BANKOWSKY, A. A. ROBERT,
212 E. 123d, 8 to 10, 2 to 3, 6
to 8.

BANKS, ELBERT A., 70 W. 35th,
9.30 to 11, 6.30 to 7.30. Univ.
La., 1868.

BARBER, ADELIA B., 182 W.
80th, 10 to 1. M. C. W., 1883.

BARBER, EDMUND H., 182 W.
80th, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7.
Horn., 1877.

BARBER, PLINY W., 2.57 Broad-
way, 9 to 11. Louisville, Ky.,
1875.



BARDES, ALBERT CHARLES,

317 E. 13th, 8 to 1.30, 6 to 8.

Bell., 1893.
BARNETT, SOLOMON, 352 W.

30th, 8 to 10, 4 to 5, 6.30 to 8.

Coll. P. & S., 1886.
BARON, ADOLPH, 235 E. 78th, 8

to 9, 12 to 1, 6 to 8. Coll. P. &

5 1890

BARRY, JOHN HUESTIS, 109 W.

58th. Coll. P. & S., 1886.
BARSKY, JOSEPH, 207 E. B'way,

until 10, 2 to 3, 6 to 8. Univ.,

1893
BARSTOW, J. WHITNEY, 6 E.

9th, 10 to 1. Dartmouth, 1851.
BARTHOLOMEW, HENRY S., 102

W. 56th, 8.30 to 1L30, 5 to 7.30,

Sundays, 1 to 2. Univ., 1897.

BARTLETT,- JOHN WILBUR, 149

W. 94th, until 10, 1 to 2, 5 to 7.

L. I. H., 1879.
BARTON, CHARLES E., 661 E.

146th, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 8.

Univ., 1890.
BARUCH, EMANUEL M., 57 E.

77th, 11 to 2.30, 6.30 to 7.30.

Tubingen, 1887.
BARWIS, FRANK TAYLOR, 231

W. 4th, 9 to 11, 7 to 8. Coll. P.

6 S., 1885.

BASSETT, JOHN S., 11 W. 31st.

Berkshire, 1850.
BATES, ERSKINE S., 152 E. 34th,

1 to 3. L. I. H., 1865.
BATTEY, SARAH A. FRENCH,

124 W. 36th, 11 CO 1, 4 to 6. W.

M. C, 1887.
BATTEY, S. B., 124 W. 36th, 4 to

7. Coll. Med., Georgia, 1884.
BAUER, FREDERICK E., 100 E.

123d, 8 to 10, 12 to 1, 6 to 7.30.

Univ., 1888.
BAYLY, RUSSELL, 163 E. 56th, 8

to 10, 1 to 2, 5 to 6. St. Louis

Med. Coll., 1877.
BEACH, BENNETT S., 210 W.

34th, 2 to 3, 5 to 7.30. Coll. P. &

S 1887
BEACOM,* ROBERT J., 231 W.

121st. Edinburgh, 1886.
BEALS, MORELL B. (H.), 97 E.

116th, 11 to 12, 7 to 8. Horn.,

1892
BEAN, JAMES A., 233 W. 128th.

Coll. P. & S., 1884.
BEATTIE, MATTHEW, 251 W.

54th, 7.30 to 9. 1 to 2, 6 to 7.

Coll. P. & S., 1884.



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BECK, HIRSCH, 94 Rivington, 8

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

1891.
BECKER, AMBROSE W., 323 W.

36th. Univ., 1885.
BECKER, CLAYTON ADEL

BERT, 1872 Washington av.

Univ., 1875.
BECKER, FRANK ANSON, 186i

Boston av., 8 to 10, 6 to 7.30;

Sundays, 8 to 10.30 only. Univ.

1883
BECKER, JOHN H., 313 W. 32d.

Univ., 1885.
BECKER-LAURICH, FRANZ B.,

80 Perry, until 9, 1 to 3, 6 to

7.30; Sundays and Wednesdays,

morning only. L. I. H., 1893.
BEEBE, CLARENCE E. (H.), 62

W. 37th, 9 to 1; res., 44 W.

38th. Univ., 1873.

BEEKMAN, JOHN C, 21 W. 122d

Univ., 1882.
BEERS, HENRY S., 218 W. 128th,

10 to 12, 6 to 7.30; Sundays, 12

to 2. Bell., 1887.

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

1877.
:BEHRMAN, MORRIS, 5» Riving-
ton, until 10, 1 to 2. 7 to 8.

Univ. Vt., 1892.
BELL, CHRISTOPHER M., 320

Fifth av. Coll. P. & S., 1866.
•BELL, J. HARVEY, 227 E. 32d, 1

to 2, 6 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12.

Eel., 1892.
BELL, WILLIAM H., 306 Second

av., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. M.

S., 1874.
SENDER, H. LEACH, 354 W. 29 til,

8 to 10, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S.,

1894.
BENET, IMLAY, 203 W. 85th,

until 11, 4 to 6. L. I. H., 1895.
BENJAMIN, BERTHE, 196 Alex-
ander av., 9 to 11, 4 to 6. W.

M. C. 1897.
•BENNETT, FRANKLIN, 515

Grand, 10, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 7.30.

Univ., 1875.
BENNETT, JAMES A. (H.), 88

Grove. Horn., 1871.

BENNETT, THOMAS L., 7 E.

87th; telephone, 893 79th. N. W.

Ohio, 1889.
BERG, ALBERT ASHTON, 774

Madison av., 8 to 10, 6 to 7; 245

7th, 3 to 4. Coll. P. & S., 1894.



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

10, 6 to 7; 774 Madison av., 3 to

4. Coll. P. & S., 1881.
BERGER, TOBIAS, 124 Columbia,

8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Vienna,

1890.
BERGHAUS, ALEXANDER (H.),

138 E. 65th. Univ., 1870.

BERGOLD, HENRY J., 82 Suffolk,
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, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7;

Sundays, 8 to 9, 1 to 3. L. I.

H., 1884.
BERMINGHAM, EDWARD J., 34

W. 45th, 9 to 12, 5 to 6. Coll. P.

& S., 1873.
BERMINGHAM, JOSE MARIE DE,

113 W. 43d, until 10.30, 1 to 2, 5

to 7; telephone, 898 38th. Univ.,

1896.
BERNSTEIN, HENRY A., 1673

Madison av., 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 5.30

to 7.30; Sundays, 8 to 11. Bell.,

1895.
BESSER, HERMAN, 106 W. 115th,

until 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Bell.,

1897.
BEYEA, JAMES LOUIS (H.), 217

Second av., until 10, 1 to 2, 6 to

7. Hom., 1880.

BICAK. J. F., 1013 E. 169th, 8 to

10, 6.30 to 8. Univ., 1897.
BICKFORD, LYDIA A., 45 W. 39th,

9 to 11, 5 to 7. M. C. W., 1894.
BICKNELL, ROBERT C, 128 E.

57th, 8 to 11. Jeff., 1895.
BIENENFIELD, HENRY L., 208 E.

114th, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Univ.,

1884.
BIENENSTOCK, ABRAHAM S.,

150 Stanton, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 5 to

7. Univ., 1891.

BIGELOW, ALFRED J. (H.), 163

E. 106th, 9 to 11, 6 to 8. Unlv,

Buffalo, 1851.
BIGGS, GEORGE PATTEN, 5 W.

58th, until 10, 5.30 to 7. Bell.,

1889
BIGGS, HERMAN M., 5 W. 58th,

until 10.30; Mondays, 2 to 3.

Bell., 1883.
BILL, EDMUND WALLEN, 239 W.

52d. 10 to 12. Coll. P. & S.,

1889.



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BIRD, M. LANGDON, 168 Lexing-
ton av., Tuesdays and Fridays,
11.30 to 2.30; res.. Central Valley,
N. Y. Univ., 1893.

BIRKENHAUER. H. J.. 507 E. 88th,

8 to 10, 12 to 2, 6 to 8; Sundays,

9 to 12. Eel., 1896.
BISCHOF, LOUIS F.. 51 7th, 8.30

to 9, 1 to 2. 6 to 7.30; Sundays,

2 to 4. Univ., 1S85.
BISHOP. JAMES, 30 W. 36th, 11 to

1.30, 6 to 7. Coll. P. & S., 1895.
BISHOP, WM. H. (H.). 46 W. 4Sth,

10 to 12, 7 to 8. Hahnemann,
1889

BISSELL. JAMES DOUGAL, 68 W.

38th, 11.30 to 1.30. Univ. Md.,

1SS>!.
BISSELL, SARAIi E. (H.), 51 E.

20th, 9 to 10, 3 to 4. Horn., 1867.
BLACKWELL, EDITH B., 339 W.

64th, 1 to 2, 4.30 to 6. W. M. C,

1891.
BLANCHARD. GEORGE WES-
LEY, Resident Pathologist City

Hosp.. Bowdoin, 1895.

BLEIL.. FREDERICK. 70 St. Marks
pi., 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7; Sun-
day, 9 to 10 only. Coll. P. & S.,
1894.

BLEYER, J. MOUNT, 460 Lexing-



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