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health, or other extraordinary circumstances, the assistance granted to the
surviving children of members may be extended beyond the limits of sixteen and
eighteen years respectively. An aged mother, father or sister dependent on
a member may receive assistance after a member's death. The marriage of the
widow shall not invalidate the claims of the children to assistance from the
Society. No one shall be entitled to claim assistance from the Society unless
the person by virtue of whose membership the claim is made has been a mem-
ber for the two years previous to his death.

Every widow of a member shall be entitled to four hundred dollars per
annum, but for every ten dollars or multiple of ten dollars, of income, an
amount fully equal to fifty per cent, of .said income shall be deducted from the
annuity. Every child entitled to relief shall receive one hundred dollars
per annum, subject to the same reduction of fifty per cent, of income as above.
When there are full orphans, then each case shall be specially investigated by
the Standing Committee, and the amount fixed for every year, according to the
circumstances of the case.

Total assets of the Society. October 6, 1897, $225,615.44.

Officers.— Charles A. I,eal, Pres.; A. B. Judson, E. Herrick, D. Webster,
Vice-Pres'ts : A. F. Currier, Sec ; Henry Tuck, Treas.

Managers.— A. F. Currier, W. F. Cushman, S. T. Armstrong, J. Cabot, G.
T. Jackson, N. W. I^eighton, Daniel Lewis. S. S. Purple, G. M, Smith, J. S.
Warren, W. T. Alexander, J. L. Kortright, C. H. Knight, E. Eliot, J. H. Emer-
son, G. Bacon, W. Balser, H. T. Hanks, H. G. Klotz, J. Dwyer.



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254 HEALTH DEPARTMKNT.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

Criminal Court Building.

Michael C. Murphy, Pretident.

William T. Jenkins, M.D, I Commissioners of Health.

John B. Crosby, M.D., >

Alvah H. Doty, Health Officer of the Port.

Bernard J. York, . . . President of the Board of Police.

Emmons Clark, Secretary.

Caspar Golderman, Chief Clerk.

Honorary and Advisory Officers,

Charles F. Chandler, Ph.D., . . . Consulting Hygienist.
T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D., . . Consulting Pathologist.

Horace P. Loomis, M.D., ....'* "

Frank Ferguson, M.D., ... *' "

Daniel Draper, M.D., . . . Consulting Meteorologist.

George Henry Fox, M.D., . . . Consulting Dermatologist.
Joseph N. Henry, M.D., ... " "

A. F. LiAUTARD, M. D., . . Consulting Veterinary Surgeon.

Stevenson Towle, M.D. , . . Consulting Sanitary Engineer.
Kichard H. Derby, M.D., . . Consulting Ophthalmologist.-

Consulting Physioian-in- Chief to the Hospitals of the Department.
George F. Shrady, A.M., M.D.,

Attending Physicians to the Hospitals of the Department.

H. W. Berg, M.D. Joseph E. Winters, M.D.

J. Winters Brannan, M.D. Albert T. Swan, M.D.

W. P. NoRTHRUP, M.D., Henry D. Chapin, M.D.

Consulting Physician of the Board to the Division of Pathology and

Bacteriology.
T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D.



HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 255

Consulting Board to the Board of Health of the Health Department.

Edward G. Janeway, M.D. Joseph D. Bryant, M.D.

W. H. Katzenbach, M.D. Francis P. Kinnicutt, M.D.

William M. Polk, M.D. Andrew H. Smith, M.D.

James W. McLane, M.D. William H. Draper, M.D.

T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D.

Executive Officers.

Charles F. Koberts, M. D., . . Sanitary Superintendent.

Roger S. Tracy, M.D , . . . . Registrar of Records.

BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN.
Frederic H. Dillingham, M.D., Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.
Thomas C. Taylor, M.D., . . Assistant Registrar of Recard:

BOROUGH OF THE BRONX.
Eugene Monaghan, M.D., . Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.
Arthur J. O'Leary, M.D., . Assistant Registrar of Records.

BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN.
Robert A. Black, M.D., . Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.
Sylvester J. Byrne, M.D. , . Assistant Registrar of Records.

BOROUGH OF QUEENS.
Obed. L. LusK, M.D., . . Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.
Frank W^iCKHAM, M.D. , . . Assistant Registrar of Records.

BOROUGH OF RICHMOND.
George C. Hubbard, M.D. , Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.

J. Walter Wood, M.D., . . Assistant Registrar of Records.

Alonzo Blauvelt, M.D., Chief Inspector of Contagious Diseases.
Herman M. Biggs, M.D., Pathologist and Director of the

Bacteriological Laboratory.
Edward G. Bryant, M.D., Resident Fhysioian, Riverside Hospital.
W. L. Somerset, M.D., Resident Physician Willard Parker Hospital.
Edward W. Martin, Chief Inspector Food Inspection,

Offensive Trades and Mercantile Establishments.

Ernst J. Lederle, Chemist.

E. J. AsPELL, M.D., . . . Chief Medical School Inspector.



256 CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.



CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.

REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH.

Section 98. — 1. Wheuever it becomes known to the principal
or teacher in charge of a school that a contagious disease prevails
in a house, other than a tenement, in which a child or children
attending the school liv^es or live, such child or children shall be
immediately excluded from the school, and shall not be readmitted
except as elsewhere in this section provided.

2. Whenever the principal or teacher in charge ascertains that
a contagious disease other than small-pox or typhus fever exists in
a tenement house, but on one floor ouly, a child or children living
on another floor of the same house need not for this reason be ex-
cluded, but children thus situated must be questioned daily about
their health and that of their respective families, and must be sent
home at the first symptom of illness or the first iutelligencc of
contagion in their families.

3. But if a contagious disease of any description exists on more
than one floor of a tenement house, or if the disease existing on
only one floor be small-pox or typhus fever, all children living in
the house must be promptly excluded from the school.

4. Children excluded in pursuance of the above rules shall not
be again permitted to attend school —

In case of scarlet fever, until three weeks after the beginning of
the last case, on the floor or in the house, according to whether
the exclusion has applied to the floor or an entire house under the
above rules.

In case of measles, until two weeks after the beginning of the last
case, on the floor or in the house, according to the extent of exclu-
sion.

In case of diphtheria, until one week after the termination of the
last case, ou the floor or in the house, according to the exclusion.

In case of scarlet fever, measles or diphtheria, until a certificate
of the Board of Health is produced, stating that the apartments,
beddiug, and clothing affected by contagion have been properly
disinfected.

If the disease be small-pox or typhus fever, children who have
been in such a case excluded must not resume their attendance
without producing a certificate from the Board of Health stating
it is safe for them to do so.



CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 257

5. New scholars applying for admissiou, living in houses or on
floors where a contagions diseaHc prevails, must be admitted or
excluded iu compliance with the above rules.

6. Principals and teachers in charge are required to communi-
cate to the clerk of the Board of Education any information
received by them relevant to this subject not known to be in his
possession.

7. Hereafter all children attending the schools under the control
of this Board, and residing in orphan asylums, infirmaries, homes,
nurseries, or other institutions, shall regularly furnish to their
respective principals weekly certificates signed by a duly licensed
and competent physician of good standing, to the ettect that dur-
ing the week preceding the date of such certificate there were no
contagious or infectious diseases of any kind in such asylum, in-
firmary, home, nursery, or institution, and no principal shall allow
the attendance at school of any such children unless such certifi-
cate herein required is furnished as aforesaid ; and all such certifi-
cates shall be preserved by said principals for one year.

8. If the certificate should show that there was any such disease
in such orphan asylum, infirmary, home, nursery, or institution, or
if any principal should, from any other source, ascertain the exist-
ence of any^ such disease in any such orphan asylum, infirmary,
home, nursery, or institution, such principal shall forthwith dis-
miss from attendance all pupils residiig in such orphan asylum,
infirmary, home, nursery, or institution, and such pupils shall not
be allowed to attend until authorized by the committee on By-
Laws, Elections, and Qualifications of the Board of Education.



258 PENSION SURGEONS— QUARANTINE.



PENSION SUEGEONS, NEW YORK CITY.

Upper Board,

Arnot Spence. H. a. C. Anderson, D. D. Stevens, Sec.

Meets Wednesday and Friday of each week, at 12 m., at 170 East
60th St.

Central Board.

Dr. T. F. Smith, W. R. Pryor, R. L. Pritchard, Sec.

Meets at 12 m., on Wednesdays, at 64 Madison Ave.

Fourth Board.
G. T. Chase, D. C. Romaine, Sec., J. F. Erdmann.

Meets at 501 Hudson St.

Lower Board.
J. W. Swift, R. T. Bang, Sec. C. W. Sanders.

Meets at 182 Sixth Ave.

Fifth Board.

T. H. Newland, Sec. Truman Nichols. L. J. Macnamara.

Meets every Wednesday, 10 a. m., 267 East Broadway.

Sixth Board.

James Begen, Edward R. Duffy, Sec. A. F. Frech.

Meets every Wednesday, 10 a.m., 19 West 60th St.



QUARANTINE OF THE PORT OF
NEW YORK.

Office of Commissioners of Quarantine, 71 and 73 Broadway.

Boarding Station, between Clifton and Fort Wadsworth, S. I.

Hospital of Observation, Hoffman Island.

Hospital for Contagious Diseases, Swinburne Island.

Health Officer of the Port, Alvah H. Doty, M.D.
Residence at boarding station.

E. B. Sanborn, M.D., Deputy Health Officer.
J. B. L'Hommedieu, " "

Eesideuce at boarding station.



Coroners.



259



CORONERS.



MANHATTAN.

Criminal Court Buildii)g, Centre St.
Telephone, 1094 Franklin St.



CORONERS.
E. J. FiTZPATRICK.

Jacob E. Bausch.
Edward W. Hart.
Antonio Zucca.



PHYSICIANS.
Edward J. Donlin, M.D., 129 VV. Houston St.
Philip F. O'Hanlon, M.D., 115 W. 95th St.
Albert T. Weston,M.D., 226 Central Park,W.
Hamilton Williams, M.D., 248 W. 14th St.



BRONX.

166th Street, near Third Avenue.

CORONERS.

Anthony McOwen. Thomas M. Lynch.



CORONERS.

Anthony Berger.
George W. Delap



BROOKLYN.
Room 8, Court House; Telephone, 790 Brooklyn.

PHYSICIANS.
Emil F. Hartung, M.D., 298 Marion Street.



A. C. Henderson, M. D., 159 North 6th St.



CORONERS. -
Philip T. Cronin.
Leonard Rouff,
Samuel S. Guy.



QUEENS.
Town Hall, Jamaica.

PHYSICIANS.
W. H. NAmmack, M.D., Far Rockaway.
T. J. Fly^nn, M.D., Ozone Park.
B. G. Strong, M.D., Far Rockaway.



RICHMOND, New Brighton.

CORONERS.

John Seayer. George C. Tranter.



260



POLICE STATION HOUSES.



POLICE STATIONS.



MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

New Old
Prect. Prect. Location,

Ist Ist Old Slip.

2d 2d 3 Church St.

3d 3d City Hall.

4th — Brooklyn Bridge.

5th 4th 9 Oak St.

6th 6th 19 Elizabeth St.

7th 7th 247 Madison St.

8th 5th 19 Leonard St.

9th 9th 135 ' harles St.
10th 8th 24 McDougal St.
11th 10th 205 Mulberry St.
12th 11th 105 Eldridge St.
13th 12th 176 Delancey St.
14th 13th Union Market.
15th 14th 79 First Ave.
16tb 15th 253 Mercer St.
17th 16th 230 W. 20th St.
18th 18th 327 E. 22d St.
19th 19th 137 W. 30th St.
20th 20th 434 W. 37th St.
2l9t 21st 160 E. 35th St.
22d 22d 345 W. 47d St.

23d J7th Grand Central Depot.
241 h 23d 163E. 5l8tSt.

25th 25th 153 E. 67th St.
26th 24th l.'JO W. 68th St.
27th Ceutral P. Arsenal.
28th 27th 432 E. 88th St.
29th 28th 177 E. I04lh St.
30th 26th 134 W. 100th St.
3l3t 30th 438 W. 125th St.
32d 29th 148 E. I26th St.
33d 32d 1854 Amsterdam Ave.

34th 3l8t High Bridge.
35th 37th 257 Alexander Ave.
36th 33d 160th St. and 3d Ave.

37th 34th 19^5 Bathgate Ave.
38th 38th Westchester.
39th 38th Sub.
40th 35th Kingsbridge.
41st — Bronx Park.

42d 36th Pier A, North River.
Detective Burean, 300 Mulberry St.
Central OflBce, 300 Mulberry St.
Criminal Court Squad, Franklin and

Centre.
2d Court, 125 6th Ave.
3d Court, 69 Essex St.
4th Court, 151 E. 57th St.
5th Court, 170 E. 122d St.
6th Court, 158th St. and 3d Ave.
7th Court, 314 W. 54th St.
Bicycle Squad, 1786 Broadway.



Sanitary Squad, 300 Mulberry St.
House of Detention, 203 Mulberry St.
Ten. House Squad, Franklin ami Cen-
tre.



BROOKLYN.



Location;

4th Ave. and 43d St.
575 5th Ave.
Richard St.
6th Ave. and Bergen.
17 Butler St.



New Old
Prect. Prect.

43d 18th

44th 8th

45th 11th

46th 10th

47th 3d

48th 15th 59 Amity St.

49th Ist 318 Adams St.

50th 2d 49 Fulton St.

5l8t 22d Grand Ave. Park.

52d 12tli 1661 Atlantic Ave.

53d 17th Liberty and Miller Sts.

54th 14th 16 Ralph Ave.

55th 9th 627 Gates Ave.

56tli 4th 338 Classen Ave.

57th 21st 130 Flushing Ave.

58th 13th 148 Vernon Ave.

59th 16th 2 Lee Ave.

60th 5th 273 Bedford Ave.

61st 7th 145 Greenpoint Ave.

62d 19th 43HerbeitSt.

63d 6th Stagg JcBushwick Ave.

64th 20th 179 Hamburg Ave.

6.5th 27th 211E. Parkwav.

66th 26th Ave. G, near 95th St.

67th 23d 35 Grard St.

68th 28th 19th Ave , near Bath.

69th 24th W. 8th St.. Coney Isl.

70th 29th Sheepshead Bay. ■

71st 25th 86th St. and 7th Ave.

72d 30th Coney 1. & Foster Ave.

73d — Prospect Park.

License Squad, City Hall.

Detective Squad, City Hall.

QUEENS.

74th let L. I. . 162 Grand Ave.

75th 2a L. I. 84 4th St.

76th Flushing.

77th Newtown.

78th Jamaica.

79th Rock away.

RICHMOND.

80th Richmond. Stapleton.
1st Sub. 19 Beach St.. Stapleton.
2d Sub. 2 West St , New Brighton.
3d Sub. Tottenville.
4th Sub. New Springville.



POSTAL INFORMATION. 261



POSTAL mFORMATION.

POSTAL RATES.

United States, Canada and Mexico.

On Letters (and on all matter sealed or closed against inspection), two cents
for each ounce or fraction thereof; on Newspapera and Magazines kniwn as
•• Second Class Mail Matter," one cent for each four ounces ; on Circulars, Books,
Pamphlets, Business Cards, Hand Bills, Engravings, Chromos and other similar
printed matter, one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof; on Merchandise,
one cent per ounce or fraction thereof, except Seeds, Cuttings, Koots, Plants,
Bulbs and Coins, the postage on which is one cent for each two ounces or frac-
tion thereof.

Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, France. Italy, Spain, Austria,

eussia, and all other countries belonging to the

Universal Postal Union.

On 2yef<cr«, fire cents for each half ounce; on Newspapers and other printed
matter and on samples of merchandise (nothing of salable value allowed), one
cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. International Postal Cards can be
sent to all European and most other foreign countries. To Canada and Mexico
domestic rates apply.

Do not send money by mail except in Registered Letters or by Money Orders.

General Post Office,

JUNCTION BROADWAY AND PARK ROW.

Branch Stations of the New York Post Office.

Manhattan and Bronx.
A— 142 Prince St., cor. West B'way. V— Wool Exchange Bldg., W. B'way



B— 380 Grand st., near Suffolk.
C — 589 Hudson st.. cor. Bethune.
D— 25-27 Third ave.. near 8th st.
E- 110-114 W. 32d 8t., near 6th ave.
F— 399-401 Third ave.. near 28th st.
G — 1648 B'way, cor. Slst st.
H —Lexington are. & 44th st.
I — Columbus ave., cor. 105th st.
J— 213 W. 125tb St.. near 7th ave.
K— 203 E. 86th st., near 3d ave.
L — 125th St. & Lexington ave.



& Beach st.

W— 498 Columbus ave., cor. 84tb st.

Y— 1160-1162 Third ave., near 68th st.

City Island— City Island.

High Bridge — Sedgwick ave.. near
Depot pi.

Kingsbridge— Kingsbridge, near Rail-
road station

Madison Square— 23d st., near Madi-
son ave.

Tremont— 719 Tremont ave., bet. Park



M — Amsterdam ave.. bet. 157th & Washington aves.



158th 8t8.
0-72 Fifth ave., cor. 13th st.
P— Produce Exchange Building.
R— 3d ave. cor. 150th st. (Morrisania).
S — B'way & Howard st. (proposed).
U— 3d ave., cor. 103d st.



Universitv Heights — University City

of N". Y.
Westchester — Westchester.
Williamsbridge— Williamsbridge.
Bedford and Bedford Sta. — YonKers.



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POSTAL INFORMATION — FERRIES.



BROOKLYN.

Gkneral Post Office, Washington & Tillary Streets.



A — 14-16 Graham ave.
B— 1266-1268 Fultou st.
C— 1191 Third ave.
D— 1923 Fulton st
E— 2648 Atlantic ave.
Manhattan Beach.
G — 328 Manhattan ave.
Bath Beach.
Blythe bourne.



Arvcrne.
Cedarhurst.
College Point.
Elmburst.
Far Kockaway.
Floral Park.



Castleton.
Castleton Corners.
Dongan Hills.
Kreischerville.
Linoleum ville.
Mariner's Harbor.
Middletown.



Canarsie.
Coney Island.
Flatbush.
Fort Hamilton.
Sheepshead Bay.
S-1251 Broadway.
V— 277-279 12tb sit.
W — "Williamsburg.



QUEENS.

Flushing.
Great Neck
Hempstead
Jamaica.
Little Neck.
Long Island City.

RICHMOND.

New Brighton.

Northfield

Prince's Bay.

Kichmoud.

Rosebank.

Rossville.

Southfield.



Newtown.
Oceanus.
Richmond Hill.
Willetts Point.



Stapletou.

Tompkinsville.

Tottenville,

West New Brighton.

Westfield.



FERRIES



Astoria. — 92(1 st., E. R., every 30 min. from 5 a. m. to 10 p. m.

Blackwell's Island. -26tli st., E. R., 7, 10:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30 r. m.,
(uo 3:30 p. M. on Saturday). Does not run Sundays.

Brooklyn. — Catherine to Main, every 10 min. from 4 a. m. to 9
p. M., then every 20 min. to 12 P. M.; then every 30 min. to 4 a.m.
Fulton to Fulton, every 5 min. from 8 a m. to 7 P. M.; then every
10 min. to 12 p.m.; then every 15 niiu. to 4 a.m. Whitehall to
Atlantic, every 10 min. from 7 a. m., to 7 P. m.; then every 15 min.
to 9 P. M.; then every 30 min. to 5:30 a. m.; then every 15 min. to
7 a.m. Whitehall to Hamilton ave., every 10 min. from 6 a. m. to
10 P. m.; then every 30 min. to 5 A. M.; then every 15 min. to 6 a. m.
Wall to Montague, first boat at 4 a. m.; then every 30 min. to 8 p.m.;
then every 20 min. to 11 p. m. Pier 2, E. R., to 39th st., every 30
min.



FERRIES. 263

Brooklyn, E. D. — Houston to GraDd every 10 min. from 6 a. m.
to 9 P. M.; then every 20 min. to 12 p. m.; then every 30 min. to 6
A. M. Grand to Grand, every 10 min. from 6 a. m. to 9 p.m.; then
every 20 min. to 1*2 P. M.; then every 30. min. to 6 a. m. Grand to
Broadway, first boat at 5 a. m.; then every 10 min. to 10 p. m.; then
every 25 min. to 12 p. m. Roosevelt to Broadway, every 10 min. from
5 A. M. to 8 P. M.; then every 20 miu. to 1 a. m.; then every 30 min.
to2A. M.; then every 20 mm. to 5 a.m. E. 23d st. to Broadway,
every 12 min. during the day ; every hour during the night.

Greenpoint. — 10th st., E. R., first boat at 5 a. m.; then every 15
min. to 9 p. m.; then every 30 min. to 12 p.m. 23d st. E. R., first
boat at 5 A.M.; then every 15 min. to 12 p. m.

Hart's Island.— 26th st., E. R., by steamboat, 10:30 a. m.

Hoboken. — Barclay, every 10 rain, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; then
every 15 min. to 12 p. m. Christopher, every 10 min. from .5 a. m.
to 8 P. M.; then every 15 min. to 12 p. m. liih. st., every 15 min.
from 6 A. M. to 8 P. M ; then every half-hour.

Hunter's Point. — James's slip, 7 a. m., 8 A. m.; then every 30
min. to 7 p. m. 34th st., E. R., first boat at 4 a. m.; then every 15
min. to 8 p. m.; then every 30 min. to 12:30 a. m.

Jersey City. — Desbrosses, every 15 min. from 4 to 6 A. m.; then
every 10 min. to 10 p. m.; then every 15 min. to 12 p. m.; then every



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