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Unexcelled laboratory facilities in Microscopy, Bac-
teriology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Physiology, and
Anatomy. Out-patient service in Obstetrics a part
^ of regular curriculum. Send for announcement to

JOSEPH H. RAYMOND, M, O,

SECRETARY OF FACULTY,

Long Island College Hospital, Borough of Brooklyn,
NEW YORK CITY.



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«f$ CORNELL
(S| UNIVERSITY
||S MEDICAL
S{{ COLLEGE,

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* J| NEW YORK CITY,



^ 5f tf HPHE Session of 1900-1901 will begin Tuesday October 2, 1900, and will

tf ft ff continue about eight months. The course of instruction covers

If ft if four years. Students who present credentials from other accredited

tf ft 5 1 medical colleges of full courses of study will be admitted to advanced

If tf ft standing after passing examinations on those subjects the study of which

ff » ft has been completed in the previous years.

ff If ft In conjunction with the regular curriculum there is an optional

ft If Jf Summer Course in operation during the months of May, June and July,

ft ff m in which any student or post-graduate may select clinical work which is

ft ff Xf distributed among some fifty dispensaries and hospitals. At the same

ft if If time, if desired, lessons taught by recitations may be taken in Anat-

» ft If omy, Surgery, Medicine, Obstetrics, Materia Medlca, Physiology and

3f ft ff Chemistry.

If ft if The Essential Features of the Curriculum are: 1. Recitations

tf ft «f in sections throughout all years and on all the principal branches.

tf 1&% 2. Thorough Laboratory instruction. 3. Clinical and bedside section

•f If ft teaching and clinical ward work, with the Professors and Clinical Pro-

•f » ft fessors, In small groups in Bellevue, New York, Presbyterian, Mothers'

If tf ft and Babies', and other city hospitals 4. Special branches taught

2" tf ft clinically to small groups in hospitals and dispensaries.

ft tf * Cornell University announces the establishment, as a department in

ft ff tf its Medical College, of a School of Practical Hygiene and Sanitary

ft *» tf Science. There will be two courses annually, each of six weeks' dura-

"5'tf tion, which will be conducted with reference to the special needs of

tf ft ff Health Officers throughout the country. The Spring course will begin

tf ft if on the third Tuesday in May and continue for six weeks. The Fall

tf ft ff course will begin on the first Tuesday in October and continue for six

ff ** %p weeks.

ff tf ft The full Four-Year Course of the Cornell University Medical College

ff tf ft is given in the city of New York, but the first half of it— the work of the

ff tf ft first and second years— is also given at Ithaca, where it may be taken by

S 1 tf ft men students, and where alone it can be taken by women students (for

ft ff tf whom a home is provided in the Sage College for Women). Both men

ft ff tf and women students must take the last two years of the course in New

** *? tf York city.

iCfftf The circular for 1900-1901, giving the Faculty, full details of the

ft 2 a tf curriculum, requirements for admission, and other information, will be

If ft ff sent on application.

If ft ff For further information and particulars, address

f S§ WM. M. POLK, M. D., Dean,

t^jCff CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE,

ft J If NEW YORK CITY.

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NEW YORK

Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital,

Second Avenue and Twentieth Street, New York City.
UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.




FOR PRACTITIONERS OF MJiDICINE EXCLUSIVELY.

(19th Year, Session 1900-1901.)

FACULTY.



D. B. St. John Roosa, M.D., LL.D., Pro-
fessor Emeritus of Diseases of the
Eve and Ear, President of the Fac-
ulty.

Andrew H Smith, M D., Professor Emer-
itus of Medicine and Therapeutics.

William Oliver Moore, M.D., Professor
of Diseases of the Eye and Ear.

Bache McE. Emmet, M.D., Professor of

Diseases of Women.
Edward Kershner, M.D., Professor

Emeritus of Naval, Military and

State Hygiene.

William Henry Porter, M.D., Profes-
sor of Medicine and Pathology.

Stephen Smith Burt, M.D., Professor of
Medicine and Physical Diagnosis.



Seneca D. Powell, M.D.,LL.D., Professor
of Surgery, Secretary of the Faculty.

C. A. Von Ramdohr, M.D., Professor of
Obstetrics.

Horace T Hanks, M.D., LL.D., Professor
Emeritus of Diseases of Women.

Clarence C. Rice, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Throat and Nose.

Graeme M. Hammond, M.D., Professoi of
Diseases of the Mind and Nervous
System.

J. R. Nilsen, M.D., Professor of Diseases
of Women.

George B. Fowler, M.D., Professor of
Medicine, Renal and Digestive Dis-
orders.



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A. M Phelps, M.D., Professor of Ortho-
paedic Surgery.

Henry d. Chapin, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of Children.

J. B. Emerson, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of Eye and Ear.

Frederick Bagoe, Ph.B., Professor of
Pharmacology.

Farquhar Ferguson, M.D., Professor of
Pathology.

R. W. Wilcox, M.D., LL.D., Professor of
Medicine and Therapeutics.

Daniel Lewis, M.D., Professor of Spe-
cial Surgery (Cancerous Diseases).
W. B. DeGarmo, M.D., Professor of Spe-
cial Surgery (H< rnia).
H. J. Boldt, M.D., Professor of Diseases

of Women.
Augustus Caille, M.D., Professor of

Diseases of Children.
Wm. J. Morton, M.D., Professor of Elec-
tro-Therapeutics and of Diseases of
the Mind and Nervous System.

Willy Meyer, M.D., Professor of Sur-
gery.

A. Palmer Dudley, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of Women.

George M. Edebohls, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of Women.

Francis Valk, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Eye.

Ramon Guiteras, M.D., Professor of
Venereal and Genito-Urinary Sur-
gery.

Frank N. Lewis, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Eye.

Leonard Weber, M.D., Professor of
Medicine.

Eugene Fuller, M.D., Professor of Ve-
nereal and Genito-Urinary Surgery.

Joseph Collins, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Mind and Nervous Sys-
tem.

Edward Sprague Peck, M.D., Professor
of D.seases of the Eye.

Samuel Lloyd, B.Sc, M.D., Professor of
Surgery.

Robert Iuttle Morris, M.D., Professor
of Surgery.

Max Einhorn, M.D., Professor of Medi-
cine.

Frank Van Fleet, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Eye.

Warren Oscar Plimpton, M.D., Profes-
sor of Orthopiedic SurKery.

Wendell Christopher Phillips. M.D.,
Professor of Diseases of th»* Ear.

Henry Turner Brooks, M.D., Professor
of Histology and Pathology.



Henry Beamax Douglass, M.D., Profes-
f Diseases of the Nose and
Throat.

G» soe L. Brodhead, M.D., Professor of

< 'hstetrics.

Samuel G. Gant, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Rectum.
J. Edward Stubbert, M.D., Professor of
Special Medicine (Pulmonary Dis-
eases .
James McKernon, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Ear.
James King Crook, M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Medicine and Physical
Diagnosis.
Ralph Waldo, M.D., Adjunct Professor

of Diseases of Women.
Adolph Zeh, M.D., Adjunct Trofessor of

Pathology and Medicine.
Abbott Carson Combes, M.D., Adjunct
Professor of Diseases of the Mind
and Nervous System.
John Dorning, M.D., Adjunct Professor

of Diseases of Children.
Achilles Edward Davis, M.D., Adjunct

Professor of Diseases of the Eye.
Theodore Dunham, M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Surgery.
Abram Brothers, M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Diseases of Women.
Carter Stanard Cole, M.D., Adjunct

Professor of Surgery.
Franz Torek, A.M., M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Surgerv.
John Osborn Polak. M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Obstetrics.
Andrew Von Grimm, 31. D.. Adjunct Pro-

fettsor of Diseases of Children.
Charles o. Maisch, M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Diseases of Children.
W. Bedford Brown, 3I.D., Adjunct Pro-

f' —or of Diseases of the Skin.
John J. McGrath, M.D., Adjunct Profes
sor of Anatomy and Operative Sur-
gery on the Cadaver.
Forbes Hawkes, M D., Adjunct Profes-
sor of Anatomy and Operative Sur-
gery on the Cadaver.
Charles J. Mooney, M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fe - or of .Medicine and Therapeutics.
James Pedersen, M.D., Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Venereal and Genito-Urin-
ary Surgery.
George (t. Ward, Jr., M.D., Adjunct

Professor of Diseases of Women.
Charles Francis Adams, M.D., Adjunct

Professor of Diseases of Women.
Charles Warrenne Allen, M.D., Ad-
junct Professor of Diseases of the
'-kin.



D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., LL.D , President.
SENECA D. POWELL, M.D., LL.D, Secretary of the Faculty.
ALEXANDER H. CANDLISH, Superintendent



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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY.



NEW YORK-AMERICAN VETERINARY COLLEGE

College Building, 141 West 54th Street,
NEW YORK CITY.

HOSPITALS : 141 West 54th Street, 154 East 57th Street.

The union of the New York College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American
Veterinary College and the adoption of the consolidated institution as a School of
the New York University was accomplished in 1899. The purpose of the change was
not only to promote the best interests of the schools and of their alumni, but more
especially to advance the standard of veterinary education.

The new institution with its enlarged Faculty, composed entirely of experienced
teachers, its increased and abundant clinical resources, and its regular use of the
extensive laboratory equipment and advanced instruction of the University and
Bellevue Hospital Medical College, is enabled at once to offer the means for the at-
tainment of a thorough veterinary education.

FACULTY.

HENRY M. MacCRACKEN, D D., LL.D., Chancellor.

ALEXANDER F. LIAUTARD, M.D., V.M., D an, Professor of Anatomy, Clinical

Surgery, Veterinary Jurisprudence and Sanitary Medicine.
JAMES L. ROBERTSON, M.D.. D.V.S , Professor of Principles and Practice of

Veterinary Medicine and Clinical Medicine.
HARRY D GILL, V S., Professor of Principles and Practice of Veterinary Surgery

and Clinical Surgery.
WILLIAM J. COATES, M.D., D.V.S., Professor of Anatomy, Clinical Surgery and

Medicine.
ROSCOE R. BELL, D.V.S., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
J. ELMER RYDER, D.V.S., Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Medicine.
RICHARD W. HICKMAN, Ph.G., v.M.D., Piofessor of Cattle Pathology and Meat

Inspection.
J. BETHUNE STEIN, M.D., Professor of Physiology.

WILFRIED LELLMAN, D.V.M., Professor of Helmtnthology and Canine Pathology.
JOHN A. LEIGHTON, D.V.S., Professor of Diseases of the Foot and Art of Shoeing.
JULIUS HULESEN, Jr., D.V.S., Professor of Sanitary Medicine.
ERNEST J. LEDERLE, Ph.D., Lecturer on Milk Inspection.
HARRY D. HANSON, D.V.S., Associate Professor of Principles and Practice of

Veterinary Medicine and Clinical Medicine.
•GEORGE G. VAN MATER, M.D., D.V.S., Professor of Ophthalmology.
■CHARLES E. CLAYTON, D.V.S., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery and

Demonstrator of Anatomy.
ROBERT W ELLIS, D.V.S., Lecturer on Zootechnics and Veterinary Jurisprudence.
W. V. BIESER, D V.S., Demonstrator of Anatomy and Curator of the Museum.
HENRY HENNING, V.S.. Assistant in Clinical Surgery.
ARTHUR R. MANDEL, Assistant in Chemistry.

The system of instruction embraces a thorough Didactic and Clinical Course of
three years' attendance. The American Veterinary Hospital, which is a branch of
the College, has treated since its opening over 50,U(X) cases. It is utilized for the
clinical instruction of matriculates, and affords unrivalled facilities.

The regular term opens in the beginning of October and closes at end of March.
For further information or catalogue, address A. LIAUTARD, M.D., V.M., Dean of
the Faculty, 141 West 54th Street.

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.

Students must, as required by law, have reached the age of twenty-one years,
and must file satisfactory certificates of good moral character and of three years'
study of veterinary medicine.

They must have filed with the Secretary of the Faculty the Regents* Veteri-
nary Students' Certificate as evidence of having complied with the requirements
for admission. . . _. .

Candidates are examined on the following subjects: Anatomy, Theory and
Practice of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Pathology, Diseases of Cattle,
Obstetrics, Helmlnthology and Canine Diseases.



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" For the Relief of Mankind." 5 of PARIS (France).

Medal and Special Approbation : ? Exhibition of the Indus-

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Gold Medal and Diploma. ) Industrial Exposition,

f DARMSTADT.

Medal: "Honoris Causa." J World's Fair, LONDON

J (England).

Award: "Bejond Competition." ]

11 Numerous and varied collection of Alka- 1 Pharmaceutical Congress
loids and very rare products; Physiological^ of France,
Preparations of high interest and very diffi STRASSBOURG.

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" Chemicai preparations: Quinine Salts; Alka- [■ Un,V * r8 pjXjs?Fnmce)

Medal of Progress and Diploma. (World's Exposition,

(The Highest Award.) f VIENNA (Austria).

The Great Prize Medal and Diploma. ) Industrial Exposition,

f DARMSTADT.

Highest Award. ) International Exposition,

S SYDNEY (Australia).

Gold Medal and Diploma: ) m«Hm»1 Awnrtattan nf

"A Fine and Vast Collection of the Rarest V Me t?J,„ rlPvni
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Gold Medal: ) International Exhibition,

"Vitam Excolereper Artes." V MELBOURNE

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The Diploma of Honor. ) International Exposition,

} AMSTERDAM

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one supplements the action of the other. Its ingredi-
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Catarrhal Affections

because of their cleansing, soothing and healing proper-
ties. Bensolyptus is highly recommended in all diseases
of the nose and throat, both acute and chronic, and as
a mouth-wash and dentifrice. It is also indicated for
internal use in affections of the stomach and intestines
where an agreeable, unirritating, and efficient antiseptic
and antifermentative is required.
Pamphlets on application to

Schieffelin & Co.

New York.



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White and Green

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Recommended by Physicians, Surgeons, the Medical Faculty
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ENOS F. JONES CHEMICAL CO.,

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JOHN REYNDERS & CO.,

Manufacturers and Importers of

I Surgical, Ortliopaedical and Veterinary
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Field and Opera Blasses, Skeletons, Ana-
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Trusses, Bandages and
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Crutches, Suspensories, Urinals and all
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AT BADEN=BADEN

One can see as many as twenty or thirty physicians
every morning treating their own patients at the Zander
Institute for Mechanical Gymnastics. This is because
the institution belongs to the state government, and the
doctors are only making use of their rights.

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The Medical Profession is granted the same privilege,
and any physician is welcome any afternoon (4-6) to
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Superintending Nurse and Masseur. bet. 30TH and 31ST sts.,

TRAINED NURSES, MASSEURS AND New YORK.

ATTENDANTS FURNISHED. TELEPHONE 321 MADISON SQ.



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My list consists of about 250
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Charges moderate (reduced to
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Reference of the highest order
cheerfully given on application.

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The Very Centre of the Hotel District.

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Under same Management. Telephone: 1204-38th St.

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Formerly GOUGLEMANN & CO.,

Manufacturers and Importers of Artificial Human Eyes
of a superior quality at reasonable rates. Eyes made to
order a specialty. We are supplying all the leading Eye
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Francis Delafield, M. D , 12 West 32d St., Nuw York.

George D. Stewart, M. D., 130 East 36th St., New York.

TESTIMONIAL:

This is to certify that Mr. A. C. Hallbeck, who is an American citizen and has
been qualified in his particular work before the Royal Swedish Board of Medicine,
is skillful, painstaking and conscientious in the execution of his work I have
known Mr. Hallbeck for a number of years, and I can highly recommend him.

Chas. G. Molin, M. D.,
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Thomas Latham,

Chemist and Pharmacist,
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Recommends his EXTERIC ICHTHYOL PILLS (2 gr.) in the
tieatment of Dysentery and Typhoid ulceration of the intestines.

The profession will be well rewarded by a trial of this scientific
method of medication.

In boxes of 50 and 100 pills. Professional Price 50c and $1.00.



Online LibraryDaniel Hazeltine PostMedical directory of the City of New York (Volume 1900) → online text (page 66 of 67)