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Manhattan Med. & Surg. Soc. ;
Metrop. Med. Soc: Soc. Alumni
German Hosp. Adj't Att'g Surg.
Mt. Sinai Hosp.

WIENER, RICHARD G. G.. 48 E.
Hf.tli, 8 to 9.30, 2 to 3, evenings by



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MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE



appointment; telephone 719 79th.
Coll. P. & S., N. Y., 1878. Mem.
Co. Soc; Acad. Med.; Path. Soc. ;
Neurol. Soc; Manhattan Med. &
Surg. Soc; Ger. Med. Soc;
Obstet. Soc; Soc Relief Wids.
& Orphs. Med. Men; Phys. Mut
Aid Ass'n. Att'g Phys. Harlem
Hosp.

WIBSNER, DANIEL H., 162 E.
46th, 10 to 1, 6 to 7.30. N. Y.
Univ., 1879. Mem. Co. Soc; Soc
Alumni City Hosp.; Phys. Mut.
Aid Ass'n. Ass't Surg. Manhat-
tan Eye & Ear Hosp.

WIGGIN, FRED. H., 55 W. 36th, 11
to 1, 5 to 6; telephone 694 38th.
Bell., N. Y. f 1877. Mem. Co.
Soc; Acad. Med.; Co. Med.
Ass'n; Medico-Surg. Soc; Soc
Alumni Bell. Hosp. Surg. St.
Elizabeth's Hosp.; Visit'g Gyn-
ecologist City Hosp.

WILCOX, REYNOLD W., 749 Mad-
ison av., 12 to 2. Harvard, 1881.
Mem. Co. Soc; State Med. Soc;
Acad. Med.; Harvard Med. Soc.
Visit'g Phys. St. Mark's Hosp.;
Att'g Phys. Post-Graduates'
Hosp.

WILKENS, ERNST A. W., 588 E.
141st, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7.30;
Sundays 9 to 10; telephone 267
Melrose. N. Y. Univ., 1893. Mem.
Co. Soc

WILKIN, WILLIAM PORTER, 66
W. 46th, 9 to 12, 6 to 7. Bell., N.
Y., 1885. Mem. Co. Soc.

WILLARD, THOMAS H., 1 Madi-
son av., 9 to 4.30. Albany Med.
Coll., 1887. Mem. Co. Soc; Acad.
Med.; Co. Med. Ass'n; Med. Ass'n
G. N. Y.

WILLIAMS, MARK H., 230 W.
135th, until 11. N. Y. Univ.,
1870. Mem. Co. Soc; Acad. Med.;
Medico-Legal Soc; Phys. Mut.
Aid Ass'n.

WILLIAMSON, EDWARD LIN-
COLN, 163 W. 74th, 11 to 1, 5 to
7; telephone 1443 Riverside.
Coll. P. & S., N. Y., 1892. Mem.
Co. Soc; West End Med. Soc;
Soc Alumni Bell. Hosp.; Phys.
Mut. Aid Ass'n.

WILSEY, ORVILLE JAY, 143 E.
37th, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 1.30 to 2.30; telephone.
N. Y. Univ., 1878. Mem. Co. Soc;
Brooklyn Neurol. Soc.

WILSON, FREDERIC NEWHALL.
24 W. 50th, 12 to 2; telephone 1932
38th. Harvard, 1894. Mem. Co.



Soc; Acad. Med. Harlem Med.

Ass'n; Soc. Alumni P. G. Hosp.
WINSTON, JOSEPH PENDLE-
TON, Anchorage, Ky. Univ.

Va., 1892.
WINTERS, JOSEPH E., 25 W.

37th, 9.30 to 11.30, Thursdays ex-
cepted; telephone 1322 38th. N. Y.

Univ., 1872. Mem. Co. Soc;

Acad. Med. ; Clin. Soc. ; Soc.

Alumni Bell. Hosp. ; Soc Relief

Wids. & Orphs. Med. Men; Phys.

Mut. Aid Ass'n. Visit'g Phys.

Willard Parker and Riverside

Hosps.
*WISCHXEWETZKY, LAZARE,

344 Fifth av., by appointment.

Wurzburg, 1886. Mem. Co. Soc;

Ger. Med. Soc
WISE, PETER M., 1 Madison av.,

Mondays, 10 to 1. Univ. Buffalo,

1872. Mem. Co. Soc.
WITTSON, ALBERT J., 122 E. 82d,

8 to 10, 5 to 7. Univ. Va., 1893.

Mem. Co. Soc; Harlem Med.

WOHLFARTH, JUSTIN, 119 W.

129th, 8 to 10, 6 to 8; telephone

536 Harlem. N. Y. Univ., 1890.

Mem. Co. Soc ; Harlem Med.

Ass'n; Ger. Med. Soc; Phys.

Mut. Aid Ass'n.
WOLF, HENRY J., 131 W. 126th,

1 to 3, 6 to 7; Sundays 9 to 11

only; telephone 223 Harlem.

Heidelberg, 1884. Mem. Co. Soc;

Ger. Med. Soc; Harlem Med.

Ass'n; Phvs. Mut. Aid Ass'n.
WOLFE, AUGUSTIN A., 603 Lex-
ington av., until 10, 1 to 2, 6 to

7.30; telephone. Coll. P. & S.,

N. Y., 1894. Mem. Co. Soc.
WOLFF, JULIUS, 53 E. 60th, 8.30

to 12, 5 to 6; Sundays until 11.

Coll. P. & S., N. Y., 1893. Mem.

Co. Soc; Acad. Med.; Ger. Med.

Soc; Harlem Med. Ass'n; Metrop.

Med. Soc; Soc. Alumni German

Hosp. Ophthal. Surg. R. I.

Hosps.
*WOLPER, MAX, 217 E. Broadway,

8 to 10 6 to 7.30. Berlin 1888.

Mem. Co. Soc; Co. Med. Ass'n;

Ger. Med. Soc; Eastern Med.

Soc
WOOD BENJAMIN, Jr., Cypress

av., near Murray, Flushing, N.

Y., until 9. Coll. P. & S., N. Y.,

1879. Mem. Co. Soc; Soc. Alumni

City Hosp.; Phys. Mut. Aid

WOOD,' FRANCIS CARTER, 8 E.
49th, 12 to 1, 5 to 6; telephone



COUNTY OF NEW YORK.



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1584 38th. Coll. P. & S. f N. Y.,
1894. Mem. Co. Soc. ; Path. Soc.

♦WOOD, HALSEY LATHROP, 18
E. 46th, 10 to 12, 4 to 7. Coll. P.
& S., N. Y., 1875. Mem. Co. Soc.;
Harlem Med. Ass'n; Phys. Mut.
Aid Ass'n

♦WOOD, WILLIAM BENJAMIN,
22 W. 47th, 9 to 1, and by ap-
pointment. N. Y. Univ., 1881.
Mem. Co. Soc. ; Acad. Med.

WOODEND, WILLIAM EDWIN,
Hotel St. Andrews, 58 W. 71st,
until 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 8. Bell., N.
Y., 1888. Mem. Co. Soc.

WOODMAN, JOHN, 56 W. 56th, 9
to 9.30, 12.30 to 1.30, 7 to 8; tele-
phone 57 38th. Coll. P. & S., N.
Y., 1883. Mem. Co. Soc; Phys.
TyTiif A.id Ass'n

WOODWARD, JULIUS HAYDEN,
68 W. 40th, 8.30 to 1, 4 to 5; tele-
phone 1358 38th. Coll. P. & S.,
N. Y., 1882; Univ. Vt, 1882.
Mem. Co. Soc; Acad. Med.; Co.
Med. Ass'n; Soc. Alumni Bell.
Hosp. ; Med. Union; Medico-Surg.
Soc.

WOOLSEY, GEORGE, 117 E. 36th,
until 10, 12.30 to 2, 6 to 7; tele-
phone 198 Madison sq. Coll. P. &
S., N. Y., 1885. Mem. Co. Soc;
Acad. Med.; Surg. Soc; Soc
Alumni Roosevelt Hosp.; Clin.
Soc; Surg. Bell. Hosp.

WORCESTER, J. WARREN, Mid-
dletown, N. Y. Coll. P. & S.,
Baltimore, Md., 1888. Mem. Co.
Soc.

WORSTER, WILLARD PARKER,
203 W. 81st, 8 to 10, 5 to 6. Coll.
P. & S., N. Y., 1866. Mem. Co.
Soc; Phys. Mut. Aid Ass'n.

WRIGHT, JOHN P., 317 E. 82d, 7
to 9, 4 to 6, 7 to 9; telephone 423
79th. N. Y. Univ., 1893. Mem.
Co. Soc.

WYCKOFP, PETER B., 23 W.
57th, 9 to 11. Bell, N. Y., 1870.
Mem. Co. Soc.

WYLIE, ROBERT HAWTHORNE,
36 W. 35th. 11.30 to 1. N. Y.
Univ., 1885. Mem. Co. Soc;
Acad. Med.; Soc. Alumni Bell.
Hosp.; Obstet. Soc. Ass't Gyne-
cologist Bell. Hosp.

WYLIE, W. GILL, 28 W. 40th, 12
to 1.30; 215 W. 43d, 2 to 3.
Bell., N.Y., 1871. Mem. Co. Soc;
State Med. Soc. ; Acad. Med. ;
Path. Soc; Obstet. Soc; Med. &
Surg. Soc; Soc. Alumni Bell.



Hosp.; Phys. Mut. Aid Ass'n.

Gynecologist Bell. Hosp.
*\VYNKOOP, D. WOODBURY, 128

Madison av., 8.30 to 10.30, 5.30 to

7. Coll. P. & S., N. Y.. 1896.

Mem. Co. Soc.
WYNKOOP, GERARDUS H., 128

Madison av., until 12. Coll. P.

& S., N. Y., 1866. Mem. Co. Soc;

Path. Soc; Phys. Mut. Aid

YALE, LEROY MILTON, 432 Mad-
ison av., until 9, 1.30 to 2.30.
Bell., N. Y., 1866. Mem. Co.
Soc; Acad. Med.; Soc. Alumni
City Hosp.

YARD, ANDREW BENEDICT, 28
W. 105th, until 10, 5 to 7. Coll.
P. & S., N. Y., 1896. Mem. Co.
Soc ; Harlem Med. Ass'n.

YOUNG, CLEMENT C, 57 W r . 39th,
8 to 9, and by appointment. Bell.,
N. Y., 1874. Mem. Co. Soc.

YOUNG, J. V. D., 60 W. 76th, un-
til 12; telephone 220 Riverside.
Coll. P. & S., N. Y., 1888. Mem.
Co. Soc; Acad. Med.; West End
Med. Soc. ; Soc. Alumni St.
Luke's Hosp. ; Hosp. Graduates
Club; Phys. Mut. Aid Ass'n.

YOUNGLING, GEORGE S., 453 W.
34th, 2 to 3, 7 to 8. Bell., N. Y.,
1890. Mem. Co. Soc; Soc. Med.
Jurisp. ; Phys. Mut. Aid Ass'n.

ZABRISKIE, FRED TEMPLETON,
24 W. 50th, 9 to 11, 5 to 6, 8 p. m. ;
telephone 1932 38th. Coll. P. &
S., 1895. Mem. Co. Soc; Soc.
Alumni St. Luke's Hosp.

ZEH, ADOLPH, 243 W. 52d, 8 to 10,
6 to 7; Sundays 8 to 10 only;
telephone 1201 Columbus. Coll.
P. & S., N. Y., 1887. Mem. Co.
Soc; Acad. Med.; Ger. Med. Soc;
Soc Alumni German Hosp.;
Phys. Mut. Aid Ass'n. Att'g
Phys. Post-Graduate Hosp.

ZEMANSKY, A. P., 1185 Lexington
av., until 10, 6 to 7. Coll. P. &
S., N. Y., 1874. Mem. Co. Soc;
Soc. Alumni St. Luke's Hosp.
Att'g Phys. Lebanon Hosp.

ZWEIGHAFT, BERNARD, 54 W.
71st, 9 to 11, 5 to 7; telephone.
Univ. Pa., 1891. Mem. Co. Soc;
Harlem Med. Ass'n; Metrop.
Med. Soc; Phys. Mut. Aid Ass'n.

ZWISOHN, LAZARUS, 1085 Lex-
ington av., 8 to 10, 5 to 7; tele-
phone 385 79th. N. Y. Univ., 1888.
Mem. Co. Soc, Co. Med. Ass'n.



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MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE



Summer Residences op Members.



Adirondacks.

I. H. HANCE, Loon Lake.
ALFRED MEYER, Old Forge,
Adirondack League Club.
H. McM. PAINTER,

North Woods Club.
Albany, N. Y.

JULIA G. McNUTT,

665 Central av.
SARAH J. McNUTT,
665 Central av., July and Aug.
Amenia, N. Y.

S. G. COOK.
Amherst, N. H.

GEORGE A. SPALDING.
Arverne, L. I.

S. N. IRWIN.
GEORGE MEYERS.
MORTIMORE A. MOSES,

Carlton av., June to October.
JULIUS ROSENBERG.

May 20 to Sept. 20.
Asbury Park, N. J.

DE LANCEY CARTER.
Atlantic City, N. J.

WARREN SCHOONOVER, JR.,
May to October.
Atlantic Highlands, N. J.
W. B. DeGARMO.
FRANK HEUEL.

Bay Head, N. J.

W. H. KATZENBACH.
Bayport, L. I.

W. O. MOORE, The Poplars,
July and August.

Bay Shore, L. I.

HENRY C. COE, August.
Beede's P.-O., Essex Co., N. Y.

A. B. HOBBS,

" St. Hubert's Inn."
Belmar, N. J.

H. D. GOETCHIUS.
Bellport, L. I.

J. W. BRANNAN.
Bernards ville, N. J.

A. E. M. PURDY.
Bridgehampton, L. I.

E. J. WARE, August.

J. W. WORCESTER.
Bridgeport, Conn.

VIRGIL P. GIBNEY, Marina
Park.



Burlington, Vt.

EDWARD BRADLEY.

Cairo, N. Y.

A. W. BECK.

Caldwell, N. J.

MAUS R. VEDDER,

" O&kwood."
Canandaigua Lake.

BELMONT DE F. BOGART.
Catskill Mountains.

L. A. COFFIN, Onteora Park.

E. F. HITCHCOCK, Glenerie
Falls, Mt. Marion Sta., Aug.

F. A. SCRATCHLEY,

Hotel Kaaterskill.

Central Islip, L. I.
M. B. HEYMAN.

Chautauqua, N. Y.

W. S. BAINBRIDGE,
Hotel Athenaeum, July and
August.
Colchester, Conn.

EDWIN B. CRAGIN.

Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y.
E. L. PARTRIDGE,

" Storm King."

Croton Falls, N. Y.

EDWIN C. CHAMBERLIN.

Dark Harbor, Me.
R. H. DERBY.
W. H. DRAPER, Ilesboro.

Deal Beach, N. J.

D. H. GOODWILLIE.

Dobbs, Ferry.

FREDERIC DANNE.
T. B. SALISBURY,

" Beacon Hill."

East Gloucester, Mass.
ALBERT H. BUCK,

Hawthorne Inn.

East Hampton, L. I.

EVERETT HERRICK.

G. E. MUNROE.
C. C. RICE.
FRED P. SOLLEY.
W. E. WHEELOCK.

East Quogue, L. I.

HOWARD G. MYERS.

Edgewood, R. I.

W. E. HIBBARD.



COUNTY OK NEW YORK.



i ■ X X V



Elberon, N. J.

JOSEPH B. BISSELL.

ANDREW H. SMITH.

JOSEPHINE WALTER.
Fairhaven, Vt.

T. De C. MILLER.
Far Rockaway, L. I.

EDWARD CURTIS,

Wave Crest.
HERMAN GOLDENBERG.
T. J. KEARNEY.
O. A. WHITE, Sea Change.

Fisher's Island, N. Y.

MATTHIAS NICOLL, Jn.

Fleischmanns, Delaware Co.
R. G. WIENER.

Flushing, L. I.

JAMES R. NELSON,

149 Madison av.
Freeport, L. I.

J. S. HOPKINS.
Garrison, N. Y.

T. M. CHEESMAN.

Glen Cove, L. I.

SMITH E. JELLIFFE.

Gt. Barrington, Mass.

W. MCKAY.
Greenwich, Conn.

A. M. PHELPS.

A. A. SMITH.

CHAS. SMITH.

FRANKLIN SMITH.

EDGAR T. WEED.
Greenwood Lake, N. Y.

F. T. ROBESON.

Haines Falls, N. Y.

BERNARD ZWEIGHAFT.

Deer Park.
Harrington Park, N. J.
J. N. FARRAR,

" The Nutshell."

Harrison, Westchester Co.

R P. MUELLENBACH.
Hempstead, L. I.

T. W. KILMER.

Telephone 100a Hempstead.

Highmount, N. Y.

R. MOLLENHAUER.

Hotel Champlain, ClintonCo. N. Y.

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

ALFRED K. HILLS,

" Alvlrne."
Kensico, N. Y.

J. E. GILES.



Kings Park, L. I.

C. E. ELLARSON.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

W. E. DOLD.
Lake George, N. Y.

W. R. GILLETTE, Bluff Head.

M. P. JACOBI, Bolton Landing,

JOHN B. KNAPP.
Lake Mahopac, N. Y.

DAVID C. CARR, Thompson
House.

DEAS MURPHY, Dean House,
June 15 to Sept. 1.

Lake Mohonk, N. Y.

FRANCIS J. QUINLAN.

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

Larchmont, N. Y.

W. E. BULLARD.

W. M. FLEMING,

Blossom Il^ath.

J. A. FORDYCE.-

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

J. C. EDGAR.

S. O. VANDERPOEL.

R. F. WEIR.
Lenox, Mass.

WILLIAM ARMSTRONG.
Lewiston, Me.

F. B. CARPENTER,

Highland Spring Park,

July and August.
M C. O'BRIEN.

July 16 to Sept. 15.
Long Branch, N. J.

R. OFFENBACH, Cedar av.
C. E. SIMMONS, Norwood Park.
E. STERNBERGER,

Ocean av., West End.
J. TESCHNER,

Bath and Second aves.

G. S. THOMSON.
A. WIENER,

Cedar av., West End.
Long Lake, Hamilton Co., N. Y.

J. H. WOODWARD.
Mamaroneck. N. Y.

E. N. CARPENTER, Orienta

Point, June 15 to Sept. 15.
EDWIN S. STEESE.

Telephone 74 Mamaroneck.
Manhattan Beach, L. I.

F. S. SELLEW, Orl. ntal Hotel.
June 15 to Sept. 15.



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MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE



Middleton Springs, Vt.

C. P. ELWERT, " Montvert,"
July 4 to Sept. 4.

Milford, Pike Co., Pa.
L. DePLASSE,
July, August and September.

Monhegan Island, Maine.

CAROLINE A. W. CABOT.
Monmouth Beach, N. J.

E. A. AYERS.

H. S. HOUGHTON,
Morristown, N. J.

GEORGE D. BLEYTH1NG.
J. L. CORNING,

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

Newburgh, N. Y.
H. D. NICOLL.

New Canaan, Conn.

H. R. HUMPHRIES.

New Hamburgh, N. Y.

F. D. WEISSE.

New London, Conn.

HENRY S. NORRIS,

Pequot House.
S. D. POWELL, Eastern Point.

New Milford, Pa.

GEORGE P. CLEMENTS,

Marylawn.
Newport, R. I.
C. T. ADAMS.

RUSSELL BELLAMY, The New
Cliffs Hotel, June to Sept. 15.
W. T. BULL, July to Oct.
S. S. BURT, 12 Catherine St.,

June 1 to November 1.
ELMER LEE.

Norfolk, Conn.

WILLIAM H. PORTER.

Oceanic, Monmouth Co., N. J.
J. T. NAGLE.
H. E. OWEN.
J. B. VAN TINE.

Odessa, N. Y.

G. H. BUTLER, Lawrence
Homestead, June 10 to Sept.
15.

Orange, N. J.

J. CONGER BRYAN.

Paris, Prance.

E. L. H. MCGINNIS,

7 Rue Scriba.
Pearl River, N. Y.

S. S. BOGERT.



Peekskill, N. Y.

W. M. CARHART,

May 1 to Oct. 1.

Pelham Manor, N. Y.
E. P. FOWLER.

Pittsfield, Mass.
J. G. SMITH,
July & Aug.

Pointe a Pic, P. Q., Canada.
S. B. JONES.

Pompton Lakes, N. J.

WICKES WASHBURN,

Telephone 13a.
Port Chester, N. Y.

J. D. NAGEL.

Portsmouth, N. H.
W. D. McKIM.

Quissett, Mass.
L. M. YALE.

Quogue, L. I.
W. L. CARR.
M. MCLEAN.

Raquette Lake.

A. G. GERSTER, Aug. & Sept.

Ridgefield, Conn.

BACHE EMMET.

W. F. CUSHMAN.

W. P. NORTHRUP.

J. G. PERRY.
Richfield Springs, N. Y.

C. C. RANSOM.
Rockaway Beach.

J. BAUM.

Rockport, Ontario.

EGBERT LE FEVRE,

Wiltwyck Point.

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

Roscoe, Sullivan Co., N. Y.
S. H. DESSAU.

" Lakewood Farm."

Round Island, Jefferson Co., N. Y.
EDWIN E. SWIFT,

Hotel New Frontenac.

Sag Harbor, N. Y.

W. J. MORTON, Island Red-
wood.
Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
JOHN C. MINOR,
LEONARD S. RAU, United
States Hotel, July and Aug.
C. S. MAY, United States Hotel,
July & Aug.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK.



("XXVII



Sayville, L. I.

M. B. FEENEY, " The Elms."
Scarsdale, N. Y.

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

W. S. SEAMANS,

Rumson Bluff.

HENRY TUCK.
Sea Cliff, L. I.

HERMAN SCHIFF Saturdays
& Sundays, July & Aug.
Seal Harbor, Me.

E. K. DUNHAM.

T. DUNHAM.
Sharon Springs, N. Y.

A. W. GARDNER. June to Oct.

Shelter Island, N. Y.

GEORGE B. FOWLER,

Manhanset House.

Short Hills, N. J.

E. B. THOMPSON.
Sound Beach, Conn.

E. H. GRIFFIN.

ROBERT LEWIS.

Southampton, L. I.
P. F. CHAMBERS.
L. A. CONNER.
H. H. CURTIS.

G. A. DIXON, June 1 to Nov. 1.
A. H. ELY.
P. F. MUNDE.

Stamford, Conn.

J. H. DEW, Shippen Point.

Stamford, N. Y.

E. L. M. BRISTOL.

Stockbridge, Mass.

THOMAS S. SOUTHWORTH,

June 15 to Oct. 1.
W. GILMAN THOMPSON.

Sullivan Co. Club.
M. D. HUBBELL.

Sunapee, N. H.
J. R. NILSEN,

June 15 to Sept. 15.

Suncook, N. H.

O. B. DOUGLAS.

Taconic, Conn.

ROBERT M. DAWBARN,

July and August.



Tarrytown, N. Y.

DWIGHT L. HUBBARD.
Thousand Islands.
ELISHA FENN,
HENRY G. MACADAM, Fron-
tenac.
Toronto, Canada.

GEORGE T. HUNTER,

137 John St., Aug. to Sept.
Upper Nyack, N. Y.

H. MOELLER, July 1 to Sept.
15, after 4 p. m.
Upper Saranac Lake.

SAMUEL K. BREMNER,

July 1 to October 1.
Wainscott, L. I.

F. H. BOSWORTH.
Ware, Mass.

J. H. JOLLIFFE.
Waterbury, Conn.

JOHN J. NEVILLE.
Watertown, Conn.

C. W. JACKSON,

July and August.
West Hampton, L. I.
W. B. CLARK,

July, Aug. & Sept.
RALPH WALDO,

Saturdays & Sundays.
West Islip, L. I.

FRANCIS HUBER.
Westport, Lake Champlain.

BEVERLEY ROBINSON.
West Townsend, Mass.
A. HODGMAN.

White Mountains, N. H.

J. B. WHITE, Mt. Pleasant
Hotel.

White Plains, N. Y.

G. A. LAWRENCE.

Whitestone, L. I.

W. S. GOTTHEIL.

Woodmount, Conn.

J. S. CARRADINE.

Woodlands, Westchester Co.

D. S. DOUGHERTY.

Yarmouthport, Mass.
G. BACON.

Yonkers, N. Y.

J. W. BOWDEN.



CXXVIII MEDICAL SOCIETY OP THE



DECEASED MEMBERS.

1899-1900.



BAILEY, JAMES L., May 29, 1899.
BRADY, WILLIAM G., June 20, 1899.
CRANE, JOHN JOSEPH, April 18, 1900.
GIBIER, PAUL, June 10, 1900.
GRAY, LANDON CARTER, May 8, 1900.
HABIRSHAW, JOHN, April 20, 1900.
HASSLOCK, WILLIAM, February 1, 1900.
HOPKINS, WOOLSEY, February 15, 1900.
JOHNSTON, GEORGE W., July 24, 1899.
KELLY, HENRY JUDSON, October 16, 1899. "
KEMP, J. T., February 16, 1900.
McCREERY, JOHN A., November 10, 1899.
PARDEE, CHARLES INSLEE, November 2, 1899.
SCHEU, PHILIP, October 21, 1899.
WINSTON, GUSTAVUS S., December 29, 1899.



COUNTY OF NEW YORK. CXXIX



EXTRACTS FROM THE BY-LAWS OF THE MED-
ICAL 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 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 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.

" Members whose dues or assessments are unpaid for one or
more years, or Mho are under suspension, shall not be eligible
for nomination or election, or appointment for any official posi-
tion in the Society, nor shall they be entitled to vote or to
receive the notices or publications of the Society."



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Abbreviations: (Coll. P. & S.) College of Phys. & Surgs. N. Y.; (Bell.) Bellevue,
N. Y.; (Univ.; N. Y. University; I . & B. H. University and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Col-
lege; (Horn.) Homoeopathic Med. College, N. Y.; (H.) Mem. Horn. Co Med. Sue. of
N. Y.; (Harv.) Harvard Medical College; (Eel.) Eclectic Med. College, N. Y; (Jeff )
Jefferson Med. College; <M. C. W.) N. Y. Med. College & Hospital for Women; ( W.
M. C.) Woman's Med. College of N. Y. Infirmary; (Alb.) Albany Med. College; (L. I.
H.) Long Island College Hosp.; (M. S.) Medical Society; (U. S.) United States Med.
College. (*) No returns received.



ABBE, ROBERT, 13 W. 50th, 11 to

1. Coll. P. & S., 1874.
ABEL, SAMUEL V., 656 Lexington

av., cor. 55th; tel. 1730 3Sth, un-
til 9, 12 to 1, 5 to 7. Jeff., 1885.
ABRAHAM, JOSEPH H., 132 \Y.

44th, 9 to 12.30, 5 to 6. Univ.

Va., 1894.
ABRAHAMS, ROBERT, 156 Clin-
ton, 8 to 10, 6 to 8; tel. 2762

Spring. Coll. P. & S., 1891.
ABRAHAMSON, ISADOR, Monte-

fiore Home, Broadway and W.

138th, by appointment. Coll. P.

S., 1894.
ABRAMS, ALEXANDER, 147 E.

92d, 8 to 10, 5.30 to 7.30. Coll. P.

& S 1888
ABRAMSON, MAX, 54 Eldridge.

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

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, 267



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