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Allen, Jonathan H. (H.)
Almy, Leonard B.
Brewer, Edward P.
Browne, William T.
Cassidy, Patrick.
Donahue, J. J.
Eaunce, Christiana I.
Hanford, W. J.
Ilarriman, Patrick H.
Harris, George R.
1 1 arris, Orrin F.
Higgins, H. E.
Jones, Daniel L. (IT.)
Kimball, Rush W.
LaPierre, Julian.
Lewis, N. B. (Eel.)
Linnell. Edward H. (H.)
Man waring. Jay.
Paddock, Lewis S.
Peck, Anthony.
Perkins, Charles II.
Perkins, William S. C.
Sliahan, Dennis J.
Smith, Newton P.
Star, Clinton E. (H.)



Tingley, Witter K.
Witter, William.

OAKVILLE, Litchfield Co.
Scnnelke, Hermann L. (H.)

OLD MYSTIC, Now London
Co.
Chapman, Albert T.

Gray, William H.

OLD SAYBROOK, Middlesex

Co.
Grannie, John II.
Kelsey, W. L.
Spencer, William D.

OXFORD, New Haven Co.

Barnes, Lewis.

PLA INFIELD. Windham Co.
Davis, Emory II.

PLAINVILLE, Hartford Co.
Buell. Virgil.
Bull. J. Norris.
Moody, Charles W. (II.)
Wright, Theodore G.

PLANTSVILLE, Hartford
Co.
Horton, Elmore.
Kelly, Charles.

PLYMOUTH, Litchfield Co.
Heath, J. Byron.

POMFRET, Windham Co.

Overlock, S. B.
POQUONOOK. Hartford Co.

Dickson, James X.

PORTLAND, Middlesex Co.
Griswold, Julius E.
Murphy. Jame
Pottoi-. Frank E.
Soars, Cushman A.

PUTNAM, Windham <',,.
Cargill, F. A.
Chase, Samuel C.
Kent, John B.
La Rue. Omar.
Morasse, L. O.



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PHYSICIANS IN THE STATE OP CONNECTICUT.



Morrell, Frederick A.
Russell, John J. (H.)
Sherman, Henry A.

REDDING, Fairfield Co.

Reid, Annie M.
R1DGEFIELD, Fairfield Co.

Lowe, Russell W.

O'Bryon, Benn A.

Weed, Willis E.
ROCKVILLE, Tolland Co.

Flint, Eli P.

Gilnack, Frederick.

Leonard, Elbridge K.

Lightle, William E.

Rockwell, Thomas F.

Walsh, Frederic W.
ROCKY HILL, Hartford Co.

Burr, Frank L. (Eel.)

Griswold, Rufus W.
ROUND HILL, Fairfield Co.

J. S. Balcom.
ROWAYTON, Fairfield Co.

McDonald, F. L.
ROXBURY, Litchfield Co.

Pons, Louis J.
SALEM, New London Co.

Congdon, Charles F.

SALISBURY, Litchfield Co.
Beebe, George H.
Burteh, Harry M.

SANDY HOOK, Fairfield Co.
Gordon, James W.
Richardson, Dana P.

SAUGATUCK, Fairfield Co.
Fyfe, John W. (Eel.)

SAYBROOK, Middlesex Co.
Granniss, John H.
Kelsey, W. L.
Spencer, William.

SEYMOUR, New Haven Co.
Benedict, Frank A.
Davis, Elias YV.



Pulford, Charles H. (H.)

Strapp, Patrick F.
SHARON, Litchfield Co.

Bassett, Clarence W.

Knight, Robert P.

Knight, William W.
SHELTON, Fairfield Co.

Randall, William S.

Richardson, Dwight A.

Shelton, Gould A.
SHERMAN, Fairfield Co.

Woodruff, J. N.
SIMSBURY, Hartford Co.

Eberg, Arnold.

SOMERS, Tolland Co.
Hurd, Alonzo L.
Woods, William B.

SOUND BEACH, Fairfield
Co.
Ferris, Phoebe J.
SOUTH COVENTRY, Tol-
land Co.
Higgins, William L.
Ross, David L.
Simmons, C. E.
SOUTH GLASTONBURY,
Hartford Co.
Rising, Harry B.
Rising, Henry M.

SOUTHINGTON, Hartford
Co.

Cushing, W. H.

Osborne, James H. (H.)

Steadman, William G.

Sullivan, M. F.
S O II T H MANCHESTER,
Hartford Co.

Bradley, Mark S.

Clarke, John C.

Gillam, William S.

Moore, C. Y. (H.)

Parker, Julian N.

Tinker, William R.



PHYSICIANS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.



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Vail, Egbert J.

Weldon, Thomas H.
SOUTH MBRIDEN, New
Haven Co.

Warden, Frank R.
SOUTH NORWALK, Fair-
field Co.

Allen, Lauren M.

Bean, Wright W.

Bohannan, Charles G.

Burnell, Francis I.

Clark, Arthur N.

Coburn, J. Milton (H.)

Dumortier, Jean.

Marshall. J. L.

Pardee, Clifford M.

Phinney, L. N.

Sherer, Harry C.

Tito, V. G.
SOUTHPORT, Fairfield Co.

( isliorne. Curtiss II.

Perdue. It. E.
SOUTH WILTON, Fairfield
Co.

Smith, Edwin E.

SOUTH WINDHAM, Wind-
ham Co.
Waller. William D. (Eel.)
SOUTH WINDSOR, Hart-
ford Co.
Tudor. Mary S.
STAFFORD SPRINGS, Tol-
land Co.
Newton, Cyrus B.
Smith. Frank L.
Sullivan, D.

STAMFORD, Fairfield Co.
Ayers, C. (H.)
Barnes, F. K. (Eel.)
Biggs, T. J.
Birch. George W.
Bohannan, R. L.
Borden, C. B.
Borden, C. H.



Brooks, M. J.
Cioonan, J. . T .
Darling, M. C. (H.)
(livens, Amos J. (H.)
llama han. Daniel A.
Hertzberg, G. R. R.
Hurlburt, Augustus M.
.Meek, .James A.
Moorhead, Joseph J.
Munson, L. W.
i'liiiip, Rosavelle G.
Phillips, Alfred N.
Pierson, Samuel.
Rice, Watson E.
Rogers, Francis J.
Root, Stella O. (H.)
Rowell, E. E., Jr. (H.)
Rowed, E. Everett (H.)
Rowell, James F. (II.)
Schavoir, Frederick.
feherili, George, Jr.
Shirk, Sam. (H.)
Smith, J. W.
Tiffany, Frederick M.
Tours, R. A. (Eel.)
Treadway, William A. B.
Van Vleet, Peter P.
Williamson, Edward.

STEPNEY, Fairfield Co.

Hill, Seth.
STONY CREEK, New Haven
Co.

Townsend, George H.

STON1NGTON, New Loudon

Co.
Bray ton, diaries E.
Maine, C. O.
Stanton, George D.

STRATFORD, Fairfield Co.
Cogswell, William B.
Lewis, George F., Jr.

SUFF1ELD, Hartford Co.
Cadwell, W. E.

Mason. Jarvis K.



162



PHYSICIANS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.



Sherwin, A. Proctor, Jr.(H.)
Street, Pliilo W.
TAFTVILLE, New London
Co.
Pratte, Louis I.
Thompson, George.

TARIFFVILLE, Hartford Go.
Munson, William.
Wooster, Charles M.

TERRYVILLE, Litchfield Co.

Robinson, Myron P.

Wellington, William W.
THOMASTON, Litchfield Co.

Ferguson, George D.

Goodwin, Ralph S.

Hassard, Robert G.

O'Connell, T. G.

Pease, Bryon W. (Eel.)

St. John, Theodore (H.)

THOMPSON. Windham Co.

Holbrook, Lowell.
THOMPSONVILLE, Hart-
ford Co.

Alcorn, Thomas G.

Darling, J. H. (H.)

Finch, George T.

Parsons, Edward F.

Reardon, Thomas F.

Varno, Henry G.
TOLLAND, Tolland Co.

Simmons, Willard N.

TORRINGTON, Litchfield Co.
Barker, A. J.
Bissell, Jerome G.
Carlin, C. H.
Hanchett, Thatcher S.
Hayes, James D.
Henot, John L.
Hill, Anthony J.
Hodge, Thomas H.
Moore, Howard D.
Morgan, N. M.
Piatt, William L.
Pratt, Elias.



Pulver, Grace C.

Pulver, F. A.

Pulver, Hudson J. (H.)

UNCASVILLE, New London
Co.

Burchard, William M.

Fox, Morton E.
UXIONVILLE, Hartford Co.

Morrisey, M. J.

Newton, John B. (H.)

Ripley, Edwin M. (Eel.)

VERNON, Tolland Co.
Goodrich, Alfred R.

VOLUNTOWN, New London
Co.

Davis, Warren R.
WALLINGFORD, New Ha-
ven Co.

Atwater, Caleb H.

Baldwin, Vincent L.

McGaughey, James D.

Quill, John D. (H.)

Russell, William S.

Wilson, William P.
WAREHOUSE POINT, Hart-
ford Co.

Porter, George E.

Kelly, Michael J.

WASHINGTON, Litchfield
Co.
Brown, Orlando.
Fisher, Walter E.
Ford, William J.

WATERBURY, New Haven
Co.
Anderson, Harry G.
Axtelle, Thomas L.
Ballard, Henry E.
Barber, Walter L.
Bellemare, Joseph N.
Benedict, John M.
Brown, Charles H.
Callaghan, Patrick J.
Callbreath, Joseph (H.)



PHYSICIANS IN THE STATE OP CONNECTICUT.



163



Castle, Frank E.
Chipinan, Ernest D.
Conkey, Caroline R.
Cooley, Myron L.
Cowan, Isabel.
Crane, Augustin A.
De Liquori, G.
Do Ver, Hugh J.
Donohue, Michael J.
Dubuc, Godfrei.
I >wyer, Patrick J.
Faber, George A. (Eel.)
Fiske, Isaac P.
Freney, John D.
Frost, Charles W. S.
Gailey, John J.
Goodenough, Edward W.
Graves, Frederick G.
Griggs, Edward L.
Hamilton, Charles A.
Hayes, John F.
Hinckley, Walter F.
Holbrook, George.
Holroyd, J. S.
Kelley, A. Victor.
Kilmartin, Thomas J.
Lafontaine, Charles EL
Lodge, P. C.
Lopez, Ralph.
Luscomb, Arthur (H.)
McDonald, Edward W.
McLarney, Charles A.
Maloney, Daniel J.
Monagan, Charles A.
Morgan, Alonzo R. (H.)
Moriarty, James L.
Munger, Carl E.
Munn, Stephen B. (Eel.)
O'Connor, Patrick T.
O'Hara, Bernard T.
Pomeroy, Nelson A.
Poore, John R.
Robbins, George O.
Rodman. Charles S.
Russell, George W.
Schnelke, Herrmann L.



Upson, Charles R.
Werner, Joseph.

WATERFORD, New London
Co.
Miner, G. Maynard.

WATERTO \VN, Litchfield
Co.
Loveland, Ernest K.
Munger, Walter S.
Variell, Arthur D.

WESTBROOK, Middlesex Co.

Bloomfield, Thomas B.
, Tonks, James T. (Eel.)

WEST CORNWALL, Litch-
field Co.
Pratt, Arthur M.

\\ ESTFORD, Wiudham Co.
Converse, Frank B. (Eel.)

WEST HARTFORD, Hart-
ford Co.
Alcott, Ralph W. E. (Eel.)

WEST HAVEN, New Haven
Co.
Adams, Marshall J. (H.)
Barnett, John F.
Be van, Charles A.
Shepard, Durell.
Wilson, William V.

WESTPURT, Fairfield Co.
Boutou, George B.
Day, Loren T.
Nolan, Jacob M.
Towers, Frederick.
Rulaud, Frederick D.
Wheeler, Lewis H.

WESTV1LLE. Now Haven
Co.
Barker, John W.
McClure, R. H.

Marsh. Arthur W.
Wiuue, W. N.



164



PHYSICIANS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.



WEST WINSTED, Litchfield
Co.
Bidwell, John W.
Brown, George W. (H.)
Pratt, Edward L.
Richards, William S.
Welch, Edward H.

WETHERSPIELD, Hartford
Co.
Eox, Edward G.
Howard, Arthur W.
Warner, Abner S.

WILLIMANTIC, Windham
Co.
Colegrove, Charles H. (H.)
Crighton, Andrew J.
Fox, Charles J.
Gallup, Isaac B. (Eel.)
Girard, Charles H.
Girouard, Joseph A.
Hills, Laura H.
Hills, T. Morton.
McGuinniss, Daniel C.
May, G. W.
Parker, Theodore It.
Pratte, Arthur A.
Rogers, Frederick.
Weldon, John.
White, Robert C.
Wilcox. Frederick E. (H.)

WILTON, Fairfield Co.
Gorham. Andrew B.

WINDHAM. Windham Co.
Guild, Frank E.



WINDSOR, Hartford Co.
Bell, Newton S.
Dickson, J. N.
King, Howard.
Skinner, L. Z.
Wilson, Samuel A.

WINDSOR LOCKS, Hartford
Co.
Burnap, Sidney R.
Coogan, Joseph A.
Coyle, William J.

W'INSTED, Litchfield Co.
Brown, George W. (Eel.)
Bushnell, C. E.
Howd, Salmon G.
Hulbert William S.
Pratt, E. I*.
Reidy, David.
Richards, William S.
Warren, Dwight (H.)
Welch, E. H.

WOODBURY, Litchfield Co.
Reynolds, William G.
Rodger, David 11.

WOODSTOCK, Windham
Co.
Bowen, George A. (H.)
Spalding, Joseph.

WOODSTOCK VALLEY,
Windham Co.
Lowe, Henry R.

YANTIC, New London Co.
Howe, Herbert H.



NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE. 165

THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF
MEDICINE.

No. 17 W. 43d Street.
Library open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m., except Sundays and

legal holidays.

OFFICERS, 1900.
William H. Thomson, M. D., President.

23 E. 47th St. |

William H. Katzenbach, M. D., \
Herman Knapp, M.D., > Vice-Presidents.

Geo. L. Peabody, '

Louis Faugeres Bishop, M. D., Recording Secretary.

30 W. 36th St.

Herman L. Collyer, M. D., Treasurer.

109 E. 54th St.

M. Allen Starr, M.D., Corresponding Secretary.

Adoniram B. Judson, M.D., Statistical Secretary.

John H. Huddleston, M.D., Assistant Secretary.

TRUSTEES.

Abraham Jacobi, M. D., Chairman.
Arthur M. Jacobus, M.D. J. 1). Bryant, M. D.
Joseph E. Janvrin, M.D.
Reginald H. Sayre, M.D., Treasurer for the Trustees.

COMMITTEES.

Admissions.

Robert A. Murray, M. D., Chairman.

Thomas E. Satterthwaite, M.D. Reginald H. Sayre, M.D.
C. E. Nammack, M.D.

Library.
B. Farquhar Curtis, M. I)., Chairman.
Charles H. Knight, M. D. Edward D. Fisher, M. D.
Augustus Caille, M.D. Alfred Meyer, M.D.



166 NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE.

Executive Committee.
A. Jacobi, M. D., Chairman.
B. F. Curtis, M. D. A. M. Jacobus, M. D.

W. Oilman Thompson, M.D. Louis F. Bishop, M.D.

SECTIONS.

Section on General Surgery.

Meets second Monday each month.

Chas. N. Dowd, M. D., Chairman.

John B. Walker, M. D., Secretary.

Section on Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Meets fourth Thursday each month.

J. R. Goffe, M. D., Chairman.
Geo. G. Ward, Je., M. D., Secretary.

Section on Paediatrics.
Meets second Thursday each month.
T. S. Southworth, M. D., Chairman.
Henry Heiman, M.D., Secretary.

Section on General Medicine.

Meets third Tuesday each month.

J. II. Huddleston, M. D., Chairman.

E. Franklin Smith, M. D., Secretary.

Section on Orthopaedic Surgery.
Meets third Friday each month.

A. B. Judson, M.D., Chairman.
Geo. R. Elliott, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Laryngology and Rhinology.

Meets fourth Wednesday each month.

W. C. Phillips, M. D., Chairman.

.J. F. McKernon, M. D., Secretary.

Section on Ophthalmology and Otology.

Meets third Monday each month.
Peter A. Callan, M.D., Chairman.
J. H. Claiborne, M. D., Secretary.



NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE. 167

Section on Neurology.

.Moots second Friday of every other month.

Mary Putnam Jacobi, M.D., Chairman.

J. A. Booth, M.D., Secretary.

Section on Ocnito-TJrinary Surgery.

Meets second Tuesday each month.

W. K. Otis, M. D., Chairman.
John Van Derpoel, M. D., Secretary.

Section on Public Health, Legal Medicine, and Medical and Vital

Statistics.
Meets first Wednesday each month (?).
Henry D. Chapin, M.D., Chairman.
Robert C. Davis, M. D., Secretary.



THE BUREAU FOR NURSES,

THE NEW YORK

Academy ** of ** Medicine,

17 West 43d Street,

Is Prepared to Supply the Profession with Nur^
Both Trained and Untrained.



NO FEES CHARGED TO PHYSICIAN OR PATIENT,



Telephone, -45 = .^Ntli Street.



168 NEW YOEK PHYSICIANS' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.

THE NEW YOEK PHYSICIANS 7 MUTUAL
AID ASSOCIATION.

17 West 43d Street, New York.



Organized June 27, 1868.



ABSTRACTS FROM BY-LAWS.
Article II. — Object.

Section 1. The object of this Association shall be to afford
pecuniary aid to such persons as its deceased members shall
have designated in their application for membership, or by
will; or, in the absence of such designation, to the legal heirs
of the deceased members.

Section 2. Pecuniary aid may be furnished to the members,
in case of urgent need, out of the interest of the Permanent
Fund, or as provided for in Article VII., Sections 6 and 7.

Article I V. — Membership.

Section 1. Any member in good standing, of the regular
medical profession of the State of New York, who is in good
health and in actual practice, or is a teacher or professor in
'a medical school, is under 50 years of age, and who shall have
passed a satisfactory medical examination, may be admitted
to membership in this Association by a vote of a majority of
two-thirds of the Trustees present, at least five affirmative
votes being necessary, and on paying an initiation fee of two
(2) dollars if under thirty (30) years of age, three (3) dollars
if over thirty (30) and under forty (40) years of age, four (4)
dollars if over forty (40) and under forty-five (45) years of age,
and five (5) dollars if over forty-five (45) and under fifty (50)
years of age, and a first assessment, as provided for by Article
V., Section 1, and signing the By-Laws or a suitable voucher
within thirty days after he shall have received notice of his
election. This voucher shall be kept on file by the Treasurer.

$1,000.00 is paid to beneficiaries of deceased members. The
Permanent Fund at the close of the last fiscal year was
$36,360.40.

For further information address

DR. JOHN VAN DOREN YOUNG,

Recording Secretary,
60 West 76th Street, New York.



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MEDICAL SOCIETIES. 169

MEDICAL SOCIETIES.

SECRETARIES' ADDRESSES, WITH DATE AND PLACE OF

MEETING.

Academy of Medicine, Louis Faugeres Bishop, 54 West 55th
st. First and third Thursdays, except July, August and Sep-
tember, 17 to 21 West 43d st

Alumni Bellevue Hospital, L. A. di Zerega, 58 West 50th st
First Wednesday of each month, except July, August and Sep-
tember, Hotel Waldorf.

Alumni City Hospital, Alvah M. Newman, 58 West 75th st.
First Wednesday of each month, except July, August and Sep-
tember, The Arena, 41 West 31st st.

Alumni Mt. Sinai Hospital, William H. Luckett, 84 West
115th st, January.

Alumni New York Hospital, Vanderpoel Adriance, 105 East
30th st. Semi-annually, Administration Building of hospital.

Alumni St. Luke's Hospital, F. P. Solley, 33 West 53d st.
Second Friday, October, December, February and April, resi-
dences of members.

Alumni St. Mary's Hospital, J. Denton Shea, 427 8th St.,
Brooklyn. Third Monday in April, at hospital.

American Microscopical, O. G. Mason, Bellevue Hospital.
Fourth Wednesday, residences of members.

Associated Physicians of Long Island, Charles Dwight
Napier, 1277 Bedford ave., Brooklyn. Annual; January, 1313
Bedford ave.; June and October, different places on Long
Island.

Brooklyn Medical Society, James J. Bowen, 782 Hancock st.
Third Friday of each month, 8.30 p. m., Hart Building, 1030
dates ave.

Brooklyn Medical Association, President J. Austin Kelly,
335 Bridge st. Second Wednesday of each month, 335 Bridge
st.

Clinical, E. B. Dench, 17 West 46th st. Fourth Friday, ex-
cept June, July, August and September, residences of mem-
bers.

County Medical Association, Ogden C. Ludlow, 2309 Seventh
ave. Third Monday, except July, August and September, 17
West 43d st. at 8 p. m.

County of New York, J. V. I). Young, <',<> West 76th st.
Fourth Monday, except June. July and August, 17 W. 43d st.

Dermatological, H. II. Whitehouse, 24 West 36th st. Fourth
Tuesday, except June, July and August, residences of mem-
bers.

Dermatology and Genito-TJrinary Surgery of New York,
RamoD Guiteras, <;: , » West. 54th st. Fourth Wednesday, ex-
cept June, July, August and September, residences of mem-
bers.



170 MEDICAL SOCIETIES.

Eastern Medical, L. W. Zwisohn, 1085 Lexington ave.
Second Friday in each month, 200 East Broadway.

German Medical Society of the City of New York, Achilles
Rose, 12G East 29th st. First Monday, except July, August
and September, 17 West 43d st.

German Physicians, Albert Ripperger, 126 East 122d st.
Fourth Friday, except July and August, 110 West 34th st.

Harlem Medical Association, Joseph E. Lumbard, 1945
Seventh ave. Second Monday, except July, August and Sep-
tember, Arthur Hall, 331 Lenox ave., between 120th and 127th
sts.

Harvard, J. B. Walker, 33 East 33d st. Fourth Saturday,
except June, July, August and September, residences of mem-
bers.

Homoeopathic, County of New York, J. Perry Seward, 113
West 85th st. Second Thursday, except July, August and
September, Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall, 57th st. and Seventh
ave.

Homoeopathic, State of New York, DeWitt G. Wilcox, 173
Lexington ave., Buffalo. Annually, second Tuesday and Wed-
nesday in February, Albany. Jubilee, Brooklyn, October, 1900.
Semi-annual.

Hospital Graduates' Club, John E. Weeks, 46 East 57th st.
Fourth Thursday, Union Square Hotel.

Kings County Eclectic, W. I. Louis, Jamaica ave., between
Wyckoff ave. and Union pi., Brooklyn Hills, L. I. Third
Monday of each month, 317 Leonard st., Brooklyn.

Lenox Medical and Surgical, William M. Seward, 126 East
86th st. Second Wednesday, except July, August and Septem-
ber, residences of members.

Manhattan Clinical, Heinrich Stern, 56 East 76th St.
Second and fourth Tuesdays, except July, August and Septem-
ber, residences of members.

Medical Association of the Greater City of New York, P.
Brynberg Porter, 150 West 84th st. Second Monday, except
July, August and September.

Medical and Surgical, F. W. Murray, 32 West 39th st.
Fourth Saturdays, except June, July, August and September,
residences of members.

Medical Jurisprudence, John C. West, 206 Broadway. Sec-
ond Monday, except July and August, 17 West 43d st.

*Medical Union, W. H. Haskin, 22 East 4th st. Second
Tuesday, except July, August and September, residences of
members.

Medico-Legal, Clark Bell, 39 Broadway. Third Wednesday,
except July and August, Hotel St. Andrews, 72d st. and Broad-
way^

* No returns received.



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Medico-Surgical, Augustus E. Bieser, 314 West 58th. First
Monday, except July. August and September.

Metropolitan, G. G. Fischlowitz, 1708 Lexington ave. Fourth
Tuesday each month, except June, July and August, residences
of members.

Neurological, P. Bailey, 4 West 50th st. First Tuesday, ex-
cept July, August and September, 17 West 43d st.

Northwestern Medical and Surgical, S. Henry Dessau, 144
West 85th st. Third Wednesday, except July, August and
September, residences of members.

Obstetrical, E. A. Tucker. 110 West 57th st. Second Tues-
day, October to May.

Ophthalmological, A. Edward Davis, 22 East 41st st. Sec-
ond Monday, except July, August and September, residences
of members.

Otological, H. A. Alderton, 194 Joralemon st., Brooklyn.
Fourth Tuesday in November, January, March and May, resi-
dences of members.

Pathological, Ogden C. Ludlow, 2309 Seventh av. Second
Wednesday, except June, July, August and September, 17
West 43d st.

Physicians' Mutual Aid, J. V. D. Young, 60 West 7Gth st.
Trustees meet second Tuesday, 17 West 43d st.

Practitioners', Walter B. James, 17 West 54th st. First Fri-
day, except June, July, August and September, residences of
members.

Roman, Edward Curtis, 120 Broadway. Nineteenth of each
month, or Monday the 20th, except May, June, J11I3 7 , August,
September and October, residences of members.

Roosevelt Hospital Alumni Association, H. C. Taylor. '_'<'»
West 47th st. Third Friday in October, December, February
and April, at hospital.

Society for the Relief of Widows and Orphans of Medical
Men, A. F. Currier, 321 Lexington av. Managers meet third
Wednesday in March, June, October and December, 17 Wesl
43d st.

Surgical, P. R. Bolton, 48 West 49th st. Second and fourth
Wednesday, except June, July, August and September, 17 West
43d st.

Therapeutic Club, Lewis A. Conner, 48 West 49th St. Third
Saturday, except June, July, August and September, resi-
dences of members.

West End Medical Society, Edward 1a Williamson, L63
West 74th st. First Saturday each month, except July, Au-
gust and September, residences of members.

Woman's Hospital Society, J. N. West. 71 Wesl I'.Mh st.
Monthly, except June, July and August, residences of mem-
bers.



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NEW YORK.



OFFICERS 1900-1901.

President.
A. M. PHELPS, 62 East Thirty-fourth St., New York.

Vice-President.
GEORGE SEYMOUR, 227 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y.

Secretary.
FREDERIC C. CURTIS, 17 Washington Ave., Albany.

Treasurer.
O. D. BALL, 691 Broadway, Albany.

Standing Committees.

Of Arrangements — Samuel B. Ward, Albany; William J. Nel-
lis, Albany; Reynold W. Wilcox, New York; A. G. Root, Al-
bany;' Herman Bendell, Albany.

On By-Laws — H. D. Wey, Elmira; Nathan Jacobson, Syra-
cuse; P. C. Curtis, Albany.

On Hygiene — Henry R. Hopkins, Buffalo; E. H. Wilson,
Brooklyn; Geo. B. Fowler, New York; J. M. Mosher, Albany;
H. L. Eisner, Syracuse; M. A. Veerter, Lyons; J. H. Bryor,
Buffalo. I

On Legislation — Frank Van Fleet, New York; Arthur G.
Root, Albany; Ernest Wende, Buffalo.

On Ethics — George McNaughton, Brooklyn; Louis A. Weigel,
Rochester; T. Z. Jones, Waterville.

On Prize Essays — A. Jacobi, New York; William C. Krauss,
Buffalo; J. M. Van Cott, Brooklyn.

Of Publication — F. C. Curtis, Albany; Daniel Lewis, New



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