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Kings County patients are admitted free, but boarding patients
are received from New York and other localities at rates from
$G to $40 per week, and the consent of the duly authorized
officers is in every instance made a prerequisite to the ad-
mission of a patient. The charter gives power to retain all
patients. John Neville, Pres.; John Cowenhoven, Treas.; S. A.
Avila, Sec. and Supt. Offices, 9 Court Square (Boerum Place),
Brooklyn. Open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Apply for admission to
Samuel A. Avila Supt, P. O. Box 42, Station N, Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Industrial Home for the Blind (The) (incorp. 1895), 96 Lex-
ington ave. To provide workshops and a home for blind me-
chanics. Wm. Berri, Pres.; W. C. Humstone, Treas.; Geo. A.
Price, Sec; E. P. Morford, Supt.


Italian Benevolent Society, 35 President st. To aid sick
and helpless countrymen. Supported by United Italian So-
cieties of Brooklyn. F. L. Corrao, Pres.; F. Castellano, Sec.

King's County Almshouse, Clarkson st., Flatbush. For in-
firm adult persons entirely destitute. There is one almshouse
for each sex. William Murray, Supt. Has an

Almshouse Nursery, for the care of orphan and foundling
children under two years of age and destitute mothers with
babes of less than two years old. Mrs. Eliza McKiernau,

Ladies' Benevolent Association of Greenpoint. Affords
tempbrary material aid, after having made thorough investi-
gations by Relief Committee. Maintains

GREENroiNT Home for the Aged. Mrs. Edwin Finkel,
Pics.; Mrs. M. Briggs, Treas.; Mrs. R. J. Whittemore, Cor.
Sec, 116 Milton st.

Louden Hall Cottage Home, Amityville, L. I. For aged, de-
crepit, and feeble-minded persons. John Louden, Supt.

Martha Heim of Brooklyn (incorp. 1897), 74 Schermerhorn
st. A temporary home for German female servants who have
been in hospitals and wish to regain their strength, or for those
slightly indisposed who have no friends to care for them.
Mrs. Pauline Heppenstedt, Pres.; Mrs. B. Fuhrmann, Treas.;
Mrs. Henry Delins, Cor. Sec; Mrs. Schroeder, Matron.

Maspeth Home for Blind Women is now the Fontmaur
Church Home, etc., which see above.


Norwegian Lutheran Deaconesses' Home and Hospital
(The). Formerly The Norwegian Relief Society (incorp. in
1883, reincorp. under present title 1892). Fourth ave. and 46th
st., Brooklyn. To own and maintain a Home and Hospital,
and to administer to the wants of the sick and needy; and to
maintain a department to be known as the " Deaconesses'
Home," where deaconesses shall be trained. Open to all ap-
plicants irrespective of creed or nationality. Supported by
voluntary contributions. C. Ullenaess, Pres.

Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn (incorp.
1835), 1435 Atlantic ave. For the protection, care, and instruc-
tion of orphans and half-orphans. Mrs. S. A. Hill, Matron.

Orphan Asylum Society of the Reformed Churches of
Brooklyn and New York (incorp. 1892), Forest ave., East
Williamsburg, Brooklyn. For the care and disposal of
orphan, half-orphan, or destitute children, particularly of Ger-
man Evangelical church members. Supported by voluntary
contributions and annual membership tax of $3.00 Rev. H.
Schenk, Supt.

Orphan Home (incorp. 1861). To maintain and educate Ger-
man Roman Catholic orphans. Rev. P. Dauffenbach, Pres.,
138 Montrose ave.; John Raber, Treas.; Jacob Zimmer, Sec.
Under the care of the nuns of St. Dominic.

Orphan House (of the Church Charity Foundation of Long
Island) (1851), Albany ave. cor. Herkimer st., Brooklyn. For
indigent orphan and half -orphan children between the ages of
6 and 10. Children must be in good health, and not dis-
orderly and ungovernable. At the age of 14 they, if not
claimed by relatives or guardians, are indentured to trades or
service. Most of the boys are transferred to the Orphans'

Private Home for the Treatment of Female Alcoholic
Habitues, 140 South Portland ave. To effect their cure by
medical care. Dr. Agnes Sparks in charge.

Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum Society, 44 Court St.,
Brooklyn. For relieving the poor, protecting and educating
orphan and half-orphan children. John T. Breen, Secretary.
Maintains also

St. John's Coney Island Summer Home, Surf ave.
St. John's Home, St. Marks and Albany aves.
St. John's Protectory, Hicksville, L. I.


St. John's Asylum, Willoughby and Sumner aves.

St. Paul's Industrial School, Clinton st.

St. Agnes' Home for Destitute Children, Pacific st. near
Kockaway ave. Under the care of the Sisters of the Good

St. Elizabeth Orphan Asylum, Shelton ave., near Flush-
ing ave., Jamaica, L. I. For the care of boys and girls. In
charge of Sisters of St. Dominic.

St. Fedelia Orphan Asylum, College Point, L. I., has been

Long Island City Orphan Asylum. For the care of Ger-
man boys and girls. Sister M. Jolanda, Superior.

St. Leonard's Orphan Asylum, Hamburg ave. and Melrose
st. For the care of boys and girls. In charge of the Sisters
of St. Dominic.

St. Malachy's Home, Van Siclen and Atlantic aves. For
the care of Roman Catholic orphans and destitute children
from 2 to 10 years old. In charge of the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Kt. Rev. C. E. McDonnell, D. I)., Pres. Sister M. Ambrose,

Sheltering Arms Nursery of Brooklyn (incorp. 1873), 157
Dean st. For the care of infants and destitute children up to
7 years of age. Rt. Rev. A. N. Littlejohn, D. D., Pics, {ex
officio); Sam'l A. Wood, Treas.; S. D. C. Van Bokkelen, Sec,
35 Nassau st, New York; Mrs. Hannah Mackay, Chief Mgr.;
Mrs. Henry C. Hardy, Ch'n of Com. on Admissions and Adop-

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Particular Council of Brook-
lyn (org. 1857). Objects: 1st, the practice of a Christian life;
2d, to visit the poor at their dwellings and to carry them suc-
cor in kind; 3d, to promote the elementary and religious in-
struction of poor children; 4th, to distribute moral and re-
ligious books; and 5th, to undertake any other charitable work
to which their resources are adequate. Its headquarters arc
in Paris. Rt. Rev. Mgr. P. J. McNamara, V. <;.. Spiritual
Director; T. W. Hynes, Pres.; P. O'Connor, Treas.; 0. J. Del-
lahunt, See Meets at St. Vincent's Home for Boys, 7 Poplar
St., 2d Thursday of each month.

State Charities Aid Association, KINGS County Visiting
Committee. A Special Committee, consisting of .Mrs. Daniel


C. Hood, Mrs. J. H. Burtis, and Mrs. A. J. Perry. To study
the " placing out system," with a view to establishing an
agency for finding suitable homes for children and supervis-
ing the same, without binding them out. When necessary, a
reasonable sum will be paid for the care of a child.

St. George's Society of New York (see Manhattan Section).

St. Joseph's Institute, 113 Buffalo ave., near Dean st. For
the instruction of deaf or partially deaf girls from 5 to 20
years of age.

St. Martha's Sanitarium and Dispensary (incorp. 1889),
Dean st. and Kingston ave. For chronic cases and incurables.

St. Lazarus Homceopathic Hospital, St. Lazarus Free
Dispensary, Bethany House, for semi-invalids, and a

Training School for Nurses. Miss T. M. Kearney, Pres.;
Mrs. C. L. Coombs, Treas.; Mrs. J. F. Seaman, Sec; B. LeB.
Bayles, M. D., Mgr.

Temporary Home for Children of Queens Co., N\ Y. (in-
corp. 1884), Mineola, L. I. Cares for and educates destitute
children between the ages of 4 and 14 years. Also places
children in country homes. Mrs. K. M. Riddell, Hempstead,
Pres.; Mrs. Jas. R. Willet, Treas.; Mrs. G. J. Stewart, Sec;
Miss C. A. Rogers, Matron.

Wayside Home (incorp. 1881), 352 Bridge st. For the refor-
mation of fallen women and young girls. Mrs. E. F. Petten-
gill, Pres., 145 Clinton st; Miss C. E. Knowles, Matron.



Manhattan and Bronx.
Not open on Sundays except officially mentioned.

Amity, 310 and 312 West 54th St., 2 to 3.

Babies' Hospital, 657 Lexington ave., 2 to 3.

Bellevue Bureau of Surgical and Medical Relief for Out-
door Sick Poor (Dept. Pub. Char.), foot East 2Gtb St., 9 to 5.

Beth Israel, 206 East Broadway, 12 to 5.

Bloomingdale, West 99th St., near Amsterdam ave., 2 to 4.

Calvary, 200 West 129th St., 2 to 3.

Catharine, 24 Catharine Slip, 2 to 3, Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays.

Church of the Holy Communion, 228 Sixth ave., daily at 4.

Columbus, 332 East 81st st.

Demilt, 245 East 23d St., 9 to 4; Sundays, 1 to 3.

Dental, 205 East 23d St., 9 to 12.

Deutsche Poliklinik, 78 East 7th St., 1 to 5.

East Side, 327 East 3d St., 1 to 5.

Eclectic, 239 East 14th st, 10 to 12, 2 to 5.

For Children, 435 9th ave. (Sisters of St. Mary), 1.30 to 2.30.

Fordham, 2456 Valentine ave., 2 to 3.

German, 137 Second ave., 2 to 5.

Good Samaritan, 75 Essex st., 8 to 6.

Gouverneur, Gouverneur Slip, cor. Front St., 10 to 12, 2 to 4.

Hahnemann, Park ave., bet. 67th and 6Sth sts.

Harlem, 525 E. 120th st, 1 to 3.

Harlem (Eye, Ear and Throat), 144 East 127th st., 2 to 3.

Jones Memorial Clinic (1893), Industrial Building, 312 West
54th St., 2 to 3.

Manhattan, Amsterdam ave. and 131st st.

Manhattan Eye and Ear, 103 Park ave., 2 to 4.

Metropolitan, 1307 Lexington ave., 1 to 3.

Metropolitan (Throat), 351 W. 34th St., 2 to 4.

Mott Haven Eye Dispensary, 2550 Third ave.

Mt. Sinai, East 6Cth St., cor. Lexington ave., 1 to 4.


New Amsterdam Eye and Ear, 238 West 38th St., 2 to 3.30.

New York, 137 Centre St., 9 to 5.

New York Eye and Ear, Second ave. and 13th st, 12.30 to 3.

New York Homoeopathic (Medical College) Avenue A, bet.
63d and 64th sts., 10 to 4.

New York Hospital, 7 West 15th st, 2.

New York Infirmary (for Women and Children), 5 Livings-
ton pi., 9 to 11.

New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, 19
West 10th St., 1 to 4.

New York Ophthalmic and Aural Institute, 44 East 12tb
St., 2 to 3.30.

New York Ophthalmic Dispensary, 201 East 23d St., 2 to 3.

New York Orthopaedic, 126 East 59th st., 1.30 to 3.30.

New York Polyclinic, 216 East 34th st., 9 to 5.

New York Post-Graduate, 20th st. and Second ave., 9 to 7.

New York Skin and Cancer, 19th and 2d ave., 2 to 4.

Northeastern, 222 East 59th st, 9 to 5; Sundays, 9 to 10.30.

Northwestern, 403 West 36th st., 9 to 4.

Northern, Waverly pi., corner Christopher st, 8 to 5.

Presbyterian, 70th st. and Madison ave.

Roosevelt, 59th st. and Ninth ave.

St. Andrew's Infirmary for Women, 37 W. 126th st., 2 to 3,
except Sundays.

St. Bartholomew's Clinic, 221 East 42d st., 2 to 3.30; Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat, 8 to 10 p.m.

St. Chrysostom's, 550 Seventh ave., 3 to 4, Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.

St. George (for Women and Children), 207 East 16th St., 9.30
to 10.

St. Mary's Free Hospital and Dispensary for Children, 405
West 34th st.

Society of the Lying-in Hospital of the City of New York,
314 Broome.

Trinity, 211 Fulton st, 9 to 11.

University and Bellevue, First ave. and 26th st, 10 to 4.

Vanderbilt Clinic, 60th st and 10th ave., 10 to 4.

West Side German, 32.8 West 42d St., 2 to 4.


West Side Homoeopathic, 355 West 40th St., 10 to 4, 7.20
to 9.

Wilson Mission, 131 Avenue A, 10 to 12.

Woman's Hospital (for Outdoor Poor), East 49th st, cor.
Fourth ave., 9 to 2.

Yorkville Homoeopathic, 1239 Lexington ave., 2 to 4.

Brooklyn and Queens.

Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic ave., corner Waverly pi.

Bedford, 343 Ralph nve.

Brooklyn City, 11 Tillary st.

Brooklyn and East Brooklyn, Myrtle ave., corner Lewis

Brooklyn, E. D., 106 South 3d st.

Brooklyn, E. D., Homoeopathic, 194 South 3d st.

Brooklyn Eclectic, 142 Prince st.

Brooklyn Midwifery, 119 Gates ave.

Brooklyn Hebrew Society, 61 Montrose ave.

Bushwick, 145 Skillman ave.

Central and Homoeopathic, 298 Howard ave.

Central Throat and Polyclinic, Bedford ave. and South 3d

Dispensary for Internal and Skin Diseases, 3 Seigel st.

Dispensary of the Town of Plushing, Farsons and Forest

Gates Avenue Homoeopathic, 13 Gates ave.

Long Island Throat and Eye Infirmary, 55 Willoughby st.

Manhattan, 595 Marry ave.

Memorial, 811 Bedford ave.

Metropolitan, 996 Broadway.

North Side Society, 580 Metropolitan ave.

Orthopaedic, Raymond st. and DeKalb ave.

Southern, 547a Court st.

St. Catharine's, Bushwick. bet. Ten Eyck and Maujer st.

St. Lazarus, Dean st. and Kingston ave.

St. Martha's, Dean st. and Kingston ave.

Twenty-sixth Ward Homoeopathic, 85 Pennsylvania ave.




College of Physicians and Surgeons (Medical Department
of Columbia University), 59th st, Ninth and Tenth aves.

Cornell Medical School (Medical Department of Cornell
University), First ave., 27th and 28th sts.

Eclectic Medical College, 239 E. 14th st.

Long Island College Hospital, cor. Henry and Pacific sts.,

New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Free Hos-
pital, Eastern Boulevard, 63d and 64th sts.

New York Medical College and Hospital for Women
(Homoeopathic), 19 West 101st st.

New York Polyclinic, 218 E. 34th st.

New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital,
20th st. and Second ave.

New York School of Clinical Medicine, 328 West 42d st.

University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Medical
Department of N. Y. University), 1st ave. and 26th st.


Albany Medical College (Medical Department of Union


Medical Department of the University of Buffalo.


College of Medicine (Medical Department of Syracuse Uni-




American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record. Ameri-
can Druggist Publishing Co., 62-68 W. Broadway, New York.

American (The) Gynaecological and Obstetrical Journal.
Issued monthly. J. D. Emmet, editor and proprietor; T. N.
West, associate editor. 1 Madison Ave., New York.

American (The) Homoeopathist. Published semi-monthly.
An exponent of homoeopathic medicine. Editor, Frank Kraft.
M. D. A. U Chatterton & Co., 156 Fifth ave.

American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women
and Children. A monthly journal. Editor, Brooks H. Wells,
M. D. Wm. Wood & Co., 51 Fifth ave., New York.

American Therapist. A monthly record of modern Thera-
peutics. Editor, A. L. Benedict, M. D. The American Therapist
Publishing Co., New York. i

Archives of Ophthalmology. Edited in English and Ger-
man by Dr. H. Knapp [and others]. G. P. Putnam's Sons,
27 and 29 W. 23d St., New York.

Archives of Otology. Edited in English and German by Dr.
H. Knapp [and others]. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 27 and 29 W.
23d st, New York.

Archives of Pediatrics. A monthly journal devoted to the
diseases of infants and children. Editor, Walter Lester Carr,
M. D. E. B. Treat & Co., 241-243 W. 23d st, New York.

Babyhood. 5 Beekman st. Editor, Leroy M. Yale, M. D.

Brooklyn Medical Journal. Edited by Jos. H. Raymond
[and others]. 260 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Bulletin of the Pasteur Institute. [Quarterly.] A journal
devoted to Bacteriology and Biology and their application to
the health of individuals and communities. Edited by Paul
Gibier, M. D. New York.

Clinical (The) Recorder. A Journal of practical medicine.
Quarterly. W. S. Gottheil, M. D., editor. 37 W. 50th st., New


Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette. A monthly journal of phy-
siological medicine. The Gazette Pub. Co., 503 Fifth ave.,
New York.

Dosimetric (The) Medical Review. Published by W. J.
Morrison, 43 Broad st, New York.

Druggists' Circular. W. O. Allison, publisher, 100 William
st., New York.

Ephemeris (An) of Materia Medica, Pharmacy, Thera-
peutics and Collateral Information. Published by Edward
R., Edward H. and Ckas. F. Squibb. Brooklyn,, N. Y.

G-aillard's Medical Journal. Editor G. T. Harrison, 106

William st., New York-

Health Culture. A journal of practical hygiene. Editor,
W. R. C. Latrow, M. D. Albert Turner, business manager.
The Health Pub. Co., New York.

Homoeopathic Eye, Ear and Throat Journal. Monthly.
Ill East 70th St.

Homoeopathic Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and
Pedology. Editor, B. F. Underwood. A. L. Chatterton & Co.,
156 Fifth ave., New York.

International Journal of Surgery. Devoted to the theory
and practice of modern surgery and gynaecology. 100 William

Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-TJrinary Diseases.
Issued monthly. Editors, James C. Johnston, M.D., and
George Knowles Swinburne, M. D. The Physicians Pub. Co.,
64 East 56th st, New York.

Journal of Electro-Therapeutics. Published quarterly.
Editor, W. H. King. A. L. Chatterton & Co., 156 Fifth ave.,
New York, publishers.

Journal (The) of Experimental Medicine. A periodical de-
voted to original investigations in physiology, pathology, bac-
teriology, pharmacology, physiological chemistry, hygiene and
practical medicine. Edited by Wm. H. Welch, M.D. New
York, D. Appleton & Co.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases. A monthly
periodical. Editor, Charles Henry Brown, M. D., 25 W. 45th

st, New York.

Journal (The) of Ophthalmology, Otology and Laryngology.
Issued quarterly. Editor, Charles Deady, M.D. A. L. Chat-
terton & Co., 156 Fifth ave., New York.


Medical (The) Examiner. A practical journal for physi-
cians and surgeons as examiners for life insurance, etc. Edi-
tor, G. W. Wells, A.M., M.D. Publication office, 100 William
st, New York.

Medical (The) News. A weekly journal of medical science.
Editor, J. R. Goffe, M.D., New York, Lea Brothers & Co., Ill
Fifth Ave.

Medical Record. A weekly journal of medicine and sur-
gery. Editor, George F. Shrady, M. 1). Win. Wood & Co.. 51
Fifth ave., New York. ,

Medical Review of Reviews. A monthly review of current
medical literature, including an Index Medicus. Daniel Lewis.
A.M., M.D., editor, 252 Madison ave., New York.

Medical Times. A monthly journal of medicine, surgery
and the collateral sciences. Editors, Egbert Guernsey, M. D.
and Alfred K. Hills, M.D., 180 W. 50th st.. Central park south,
New York.

Medico-Legal (The) Journal. Editor, Clark Bell, Esq., 57
Broadway, New York.

Merck's Archives of the Materia Medica and its uses. A
journal for the practicing physician. Published monthly by
Merck & Co., 13 University pi., New York city.

Modern Medical Science. Continuing the Sanitary Era. A
monthly journal of scientific progress in medicine, surgery,
hygiene and sanitary reform. W. C. Tenant, M.D., editor-
proprietor, 466 W. 151st st.. New York.

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary Reports. Published
twice a year. Editor, J. E. Weeks, M.D. G. P. Putnam's


New York Lancet with which is incorporated the
Archives of Gynecology, Obstetrics and Pediatrics. Editor.
Win. B. Chase. M.D.; Carroll Chase. M.D.. assistant. Issued
monthly by J. B. Flint & Co.

New York Medical Journal. A weekly review of medicine.
Editor, F. P. Foster, M.D. D. Appleton & Co., 72 Filth ave..
New York.

New York Medicinische Monatsschrift. Editor. D. A.
Ripperger, 36 Beekman st.. New York.

North American Journal of Homoeopathy. Editor, Eugene
H. Porter. M. D. Journal Pub. Co., 181 \V. 73d st.. New York.

Obstetrics. Editor, E. A. Ayres, M.D. Published monthly, by

Van Publishing Co., 254 W. 54th st., New York city.


Pediatrics. Devoted to the diseases of children. Published
semi-monthly. Editors, Dillon Brown, M.D., and Geo. A. Car-
penter, M.D., 254 West 54th St., New York.

Public Health Journal (The) Monthly. The International
Board of Health Journal Company, 18 E. 17th st, New York.

Post-Graduate (The). A monthly journal of medicine and
surgery. Second ave. and 20th st, New York.

Practical Druggist and Pharmaceutical Review of Re-
views. Conducted by Benj. Lillard, 108 Fulton st., New York.

Psychological Review (The). Bi-monthly. Editors, J.
McK. Cattell and J. M. Baldwin. MacMillan & Co., 66 Fifth
ave., New York.

Sanitarian. (The). Monthly. Editor, A. N. Bell, A.M.,
M.D., 337 Clinton st, Brooklyn.

Studies from the Department of Pathology of the College
of Physicians and Surgeons. Columbia University. Pub-
lished by the Alumni Association, New York.

Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine.
Editor, G. T. Jackson, M.D., 17, W. 43 st, New York.

Weekly Reports of the Health Department of the City of
New York.



Office, Capitol Building, Albany.

Organized under Chapter 332 of the Laws of 18S0. Objects:
To make inquiries in respect to the causes of diseases, es-
pecially of epidemics, investigate the sources of mortality, the
effects of localities, employments, and other conditions upon
the public health, and supervise the State system of register-
ing vital statistics.


Daniel Lewis, M. D., President.
B. T. Smelzer, M. D., Secretary.
Thomas A. Stuart, Assistant Secretary.


Owen Cassiday, Montour Falls.

W. T. Jenkins, M. D.

S. Case Jones, M. D., Rochester.

Daniel Lewis, M. D., New York City.

Walter P. Wilcox, Ithaca.

F. W. Smith, M. D., Syracuse.

Hon. John C. Davies,

Attorney-General, Albany.
Hon. Edward A. Bond,

State Engineer, Albany.

Alvah H. Doty, M. D.,

Health Officer of the Port of New York, Stapleton, S. I.





Imtitnted 1842. Incorporated April 18, 1843.

Annual members pay an initiation fee of $25, and $10 dues in semi-
annual payments. Any person paying $100 at one time becomes a member
tor life, and $250, and upward, a benefactor. Members of the regular
medical profession, residing in New York, Kings, Queens, Richmond
and Westchester Counties, who are in good health, are eligible for elec-
tion as members.

Persons Entitled to Relief: 1. The widow of a member whose
income does not exceed eight hundred dollars per annum. If said widow
shall marry again, her annuity shall cease. 2. Children of a member,
males under sixteen and females under eighteen years of age and un-
married, and where the mother's income is not more than two hundred
dollars per annum for each child respectively, in addition to the eight
hundred dollars above mentioned. 3. Orphans of a member, males under
sixteen and females' under eighteen years of age and unmarried, whose
income does not exceed two hundred dollars per annum. Every child,
on arriving at the age when the annuity ceases, shall receive the sum
of one hundred dollars as an outfit. In cases of prolonged ill health, or
other extraordinary circumstances, the assistance granted to the surviv-
ing children of members may be extended beyond the limits of sixteen
and eighteen years respectively. An aged mother, father or sister de-
pendent 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 assist-
ance from the Society unless the person by virtue of whose membership
the claim is made has been a member for the two years previous to his

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 hun-
dred 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, 1898, $230,781.11.

Officers.— D. Webster, Pres. ; A. B. Judson, E. Herrick, J. D. Bryant,
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, S. S. Jones, Daniel Lewis, S. S. Purple, J. S.
Warren, W. T. Alexander, C. H. Knight. E. Eliot, J. H. Emerson, G.
Bacon, W. Balser, H. T. Hanks, H. G. Klotz, J. Dwyer, T. W. Bickerton,
F. A. Castle, W. B. Chase. .






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