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St. Second Tuesday, except June, July, August and Septem-
ber, residences of members.

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

Roosevelt Hospital Alumni Association, George M. Cree-
vey, 515 Madison ave. Third Friday in October, December,
February and April, at hospital.

Society for the Relief of Widows. and Orphans of Medical
Men, A. F. Currier, 130 East 36th st. Managers meet third
Wednesday in March, June, October and December, 17 West
43d St.

Surgical, P. R. Bolton, 48 West 4&th st. Second and fourth
Wednesday, except June, July, August and September, 17
West 43d St.

Therapeutic Club, James Ewing, 256 West 57th st. Third
Saturday, except June, July, August and September, resi-
dences of members.

West End Medical, Edward L. Williamson, 163 West 74th
St. First Saturday each month, except July, August and Sep-
tember, residences of members.

Woman's Hospital, C. R. Hyde. 215 Schermerhorn St..
Brooklyn. Monthly, except June, July and August, residences
of members.

Women's Medical Association, Marie L. Chard, 361 West
34th St. Third Wednesday, 8.15 p. m., except June, July,
August and September, 17 West 43d st. Annual meeting,
third Wednesday, May, 3..30 p. m., 17 West 43d st.




Elected January 31, 1901.


HENRY L. ELSNER. Syracuse.






O. D. BALL. Albany.


Herman Bendell, Albany. Reynold W. Wilcox, New York.
William J. Nellis, Albany. T. H. Halstead, Syracuse.
Arthur G. Root, Albany.

committee on by-laws.
H. D. Wey, Elmira. Nathan Jacobson, Syracuse.

F. C. Curtis, Albany.


Henry R. Hopkins, Buffalo. .1. M. Mosher, Albany.
George B. Fowler, New York. J. L. Heffron, Syracuse.
M, A. Veeder, Lyons. John H. Pryor, Buffalo.

J. M. Van Cott, Brooklyn.


Frank Van Fleet, Chairimin and also Associate Serretary.
Arthur G. Root, Albany. Ernest Wende, Buffalo.


George McNaughton. Brooklyn. Lewis A. Weigel, Rochester.
T. Z. Jones, Waterville.

committee on prize essays.
A. Jacobi, New York. A. Vander Veer, Albany.

William C. Krauss, Buffalo.

committee of publication.
F. C. Curtis, Albany. Daniel Lewis. New York.

Wm. Warren Potter, Buft'alo. O. D. Ball, Albany.



[Incorporated May 1, 1784.]


Anson Judd Upson, D.D., LL.D., L.H.D Chancellor

William Ceoswell Doane, D.D., LL.D. Yice-Ghancellor

B. B. Odell, jr., Governor ">

•Timothy L. Woodruff, M.A., Lieut-Governor |

John T. McDonough, Secretary of State > Ex-officio

Charles R. Skinner, M.A., LL.D., Superintendent I
of Public Instruction J

In order of election hy the Legislature.

Martin I. Townsend, M.A., LL.D., 1873 Troy

Anson Judd Upson, D.D., LL.D., L.H.D., 1874 Glens Falls

Chatjncey M. Depew, LL.D., 1877 New York

Charles E. Fitch, LL.B., M.A., L.H.D., 1877 Rochester

Oris H. Warren. D.D., 1877 Syracuse

Whitelaw Reid, LL.D., 1878 New York

William H. Watson, M.A., M.D., 1881 Utica

Henry E. Turner. 1881 Lowville

St. Clair McKelway, M.A., L.H.D., D.C.L.,

LL.D., 1883 Brooklyn

Daniel Beach, Ph.D., LL.D., 1885 Watkins

Carroll E. Smith, LL.D., 1888 Syracuse

Pliny T. Sexton, LL.D., 1890 Palmyra

T. Guilford Smith, M.A., C.E., 1890 Buffalo

Wm. Croswell Doane, D.D., LL.D.. 1892 Albany

Lewis A. Stimson, B.A., M.D., 1893 New York

Albert Van Der Veer, M.D., Ph.D., 1895 Albany

Chester S. Lord, M.A., 1897 Brooklyn

Thomas A. Hendrick, M.A., 1900 Rochester

Robert C. Pruyn, M.A., 1901 Albany

Elected ty the Regents.
James Russell Parsons, jr.. Secretary, 1900 Albany


Medical Society of the State of New York.


1903 William Warrex Potter, M.D., President .. .Obstetrics.

1903 Maurice J. Lewi, M.D., 102 West 81st St., New

York City, Secretary Chemistry.

1903 William S. Ely, M.D Anatomy.

1902 George Ryersox Fowler, M.D Surgery.

1904 J. P. Creveling, M.D Pathology and Diagnosis.

1904 EuGEXE Beach, M.D. .Therapeutics, Practice and

Materia Medica.

1902 A. Walter Suiter, M.D Physiology and Hygiene.

Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of New York.

1903 Asa S. Couch, M.D,, President, Pathology and Diagnosis.

1903 J. Willis Caxdee, M.D., Syracuse, Secretary, Obstetrics.

1901 Edward Chapix, M.D Physiology and Hygiene.

1902 Willis B. Gifford, M.D Chemistry.

1904 WiLLARD N. Bell, M.D Anatomy.

1903 Jonx M. Lee, M.D Surgery.

1902 William M. Butler, M.D., Therapeutics. Practice

and Materia Medica.

Eclectic Medical Society of the State of New York.

1903 Lee H. Smith, M.D., President Chemistry.

1902 A. R. TiEL, M.D., Matteawan, N. Y., Secretary,

Physiology and Hygiene.
1901 Eli Dexxy, M.D., Pathology and Diagnosis.

1901 D. E. ExsiGx, M.D Surgery.

1902 John P. Nolax, M.D., Therapeutics, Practice and

Materia Medica.

1903 Orlando Webb Suttox, M.D Anatomy.

1903 Melvix H. Nichols, M.D Obstetrics.



Laws of New York, 1893, ch. 661; § 145 admission to exami-
nation, AS AMENDED TO JUDG 1, 1901.

Tlie regents shall admit to examination any candidate who
pays a fee of $25 and submits satisfactory evidence, verified
by oath, if required, that he

1. Is more than 21 years of age;

2. Is of good moral character;

8. Has the general education required preliminary to receiv-
ing the degree of bachelor or doctor of medicine in this State;

4. Has studied medicine not less than four full school years
of at least nine months each, includng four satisfactory
courses of at least six months each, in four different calendar
years, in a medical school registered as maintaining at the
time a satisfactory standard. New York medical schools and
New York medical students shall not be discriminated against
by the registration of any medical school out of the State,
whose minimum graduation standard is less than that fixed
by statute for New York medical schools. The regents may,
in their discretion, accept as the equivalent for any part of the
third and fourth requirement, evidence of five or more years'
reputable practice, provided that such substitution be specified
in the license. The regents may also in their discretion ad-
mit conditionally to the examination in anatomy, physiology
and hygiene, and chemistry, applicants certified as having
studied medicine not less than two full years of at least nine
months each, including two satisfactory courses or at least
six months each in two different calendar years, in a medical
school registered as maintaining at the time a satisfactory
standard provided that such applicants meet the first, second
and third requirements.

5. Has either received the degree of bachelor or doctor of
medicine from some registered medical school, or a diploma or
license conferring full right to practice medicine In some
foreign country, unless admitted conditionally to the exam-
inations as specified above, in which case all qualifications, in-
cluding the full period of study, the medical degree and the
final examinations in surgery, obstetrics, pathology and
diagnosis, and therapeutics, including practice and materia


medica, must be met. The degree of bachelor or doctor of
medicine shall not be conferred iu this State before the can-
didate has tiled with the institution conferring it the certif-
icate of the regents that before beginning the first annual
medcal course counted toward the degree unless matriculated
conditionally as hereinafter specified (three years before the
date of the degree), he had either graduated from a registered
college or satisfactorily completed a full course in a registered
academy or high school; or had a preliminary education con-
sidered and accepted by the regents as fully equivalent; or
held a regents' medical student certificate granted before this
act took effect; or had passed regents' examinations as here-
inafter provided. A medical school may matriculate con-
ditionally a student deficient iu not more than one year's
academic work or 12 counts of the preliminary education re-
quirement, provided the name and deficiency of each student
so matriculated be filed at the regents' office within three
months after matriculation, and that the deficiency be made
up before the student begins the second annual medical
course counted toward the degree. Students who had matric-
ulated in a New York medical school before June 5, 1890, and
students who had matriculated iu a New York medcal school
before May 13, 1895, as having entered before June 5. 1890,
on the prescribed three years' study of medicine, shall be
exempt from this preliminary education requirement.

A medical student certificate may be earned without notice
to the regents of the conditional matriculation either before
the student begins the second annual medical course counted
toward the degree or two years before the date of the degree
for matriculants in any registered medical school, in the four
cases following:

1. For matriculants prior to May 9, 1893, for any 20 counts,
allowing 10 for the preliminaries, not including reading and

2. For matriculants prior to May 13. 1895, for arithmetic,
elementary English, geography, spelling, United States his-
tory, English compositon and physics, or any 50 counts, al-
lowing 14 for the preliminaries;

3. For luntriculauts prior to January 1, 1896, for any 12 aca-
demic counts;

4. For matriculants prior to January 1, 1897, for any 24 aca-
demic counts;

But all matriculants, after January 1. 1897. must secure 48
academic counts, or their full equivalent, before beginning the
first annual medical course counted toward the degree, unless


admitted conditionally, as hereinbefore specified, when the
deficiency must be made up before the student begins the sec-
ond annual medical course counted toward the degree.

This act took effect March 21, 1896, except that the increase in
the required course of Medical study from three to four years does
not take effect till January 1, 1898, and does not apply to students
icho matriculate hefore that date and receive the degree of M. D.
before January 1, 1902.

Notes ox the Peeliminary Education Eequirement.

The regents will accept as fully equivalent to the required
academic course any one of the following:

(rt) A certificate of having successfully completed at least
one full year's course of study in the collegiate department of
any college or university, registered by the regents as main-
taining a satisfactory standard.

(6) A certificate of having passed in a registered institution
examinations equivalent to the full collegiate course of the
freshman year or to a completed academic course.

(c) A regents' diploma,

{d) A certificate of graduation from any registered. gymnas-
ium in Germany, Austria or Russia.

(e) A certificate of the successful completion of a course of
five years in a registered Italian ginnasio and three years in a

if) The bachelor's degree in arts or science, or substantial
equivalent from any registered institution in France or Spain.

{g) Any credential from a registered institution or from the
government in any foreign State or country which represents
the completion of a course of study equivalent to graduation
from a registered New York high school or academy or from
a registered Prussian gymnasium.

Extracts from Rules.

Order of Studies. — There is no restriction in the order in
which studies may be taken. Advanced students who have
come from other States, or who, for other reasons, have not
passed in elementary subjects, may take them at any time —
e. g., arithmetic after algebra or geometry. English composi-
tion after rhetoric, etc.

Time Limit. — There is no limit of time, but all credentials is-
sued by the University are good till cancelled for cause.
Studies necessary to obtain any credential may be passed at
different examinations.

university of tke state of n'ew york. 187

Notes ox the Peofessioxal Requiremexts.

1. Seventy-five per cent, of correct answers is required in all

2. All subjects must be passed at the same examination.

Note. — When a candidate for license has been rejected in but one topic
and his average is at least SO, at subsequent examinations he shall be ex-
amined only in the topic in which he originally failed to receive the
required (75) percentage.

3. All examinations must be conducted in the English lan-

4. Medical preparatory courses, as such courses are now
taught in various scientific schools and colleges, cannot be ac-
cepted for one year of the medical study required by the law.

5. In 1901. the medical law was amended, giving the regents
power to admit conditionally to the licensing examinations
in anatomy, physiology and hygiene and chemistry, appli-
cants certified as hrtving studied medicine not less than two
full years of at least nine months each, in two different
calendar years, in a medical school registered as maintaining
at the time a satisfactory standard; provided that such appli-
cants are more than 21 years of age, of good moral character.
have the requisite preliminai^y education and pay the fee of
$25; the final examinations in surgery, obstetrics, pathology
and diagnosis and theraiDeutics, including practice and ma-
teria medica. to be made after having finished the full period
of study and having received the medical degree.

As the result of a conference held May 13. 1901. by repre-
sentatives of the medical interests of the State, the regent?
have been requested to put this plan in operation, beginning
with the September 1901 medical licensing examination.

Medical Examixatioxs.

Examinations for license to practice medicine in this State
will be held as follows:


1901. 1902.

May 21-24 January 28-31

June 25-28 May 2<.V23

September 2-^27 June 24-27

September 23-2C

New York. Albany. Syracuse, Buffalo. Each candidate is
notified as to exact place.

188 tniveksity of the state of new york.

Daily Program.

Morning. 9.15. Afternoon. 1.15.

Tuesday Anatomy. Physiology and hygiene.

Wednesday . . Chemistry. Surgery.

Thursday . ...Obstetrics. Pathology and diagnosis.

Friday Therapeutics, etc.

Powers axd Duties of County Clerks in Eegisteeinq
Licenses to Practice Medicine in New York State.

The laws relating to registration of physicians by county
clerks were repealed May 9, 1893, when the new law took
effect. The law forbids the registration of any authority to
practice medicine except a license or diploma issued or in-
dorsed as a license under seal by the University of the State
of New York, or (in case of removal to another county of a
physician already licensed) a certificate clearly showing that
the original registration was of an authority issued or in-
dorsed under seal by the regents.

To provide against penalties for illegal registration, all other
cases should be referred to the University of the State of New
York, the only authority by which licenses can be issued after
September 1. 1891.

Address all communications: Examination Department, Uni-
versity of the State of New York, Albany.

James Russell Parsons, jr.,

Secretary of the University.



Frederick Peterson, President i

William C. Osborn ? Commissioners.

William L. Parkhurst >

T. E, McGarr, Secretary, Albany, X. Y.


[Under the jurisdiction of the State Commission in Lunacy.]

Utica State Hospital, Utica, Oneida County.
H. L. Palmer, M. D., Medical Superintendent

WiLLARD State Hospital, Willard, Seneca County.
W. A. Macy, Medical Superintendent.

Hudson River State Hospital, Poughlvcepsie, Dutchess


Charles W. Pilgrim, M. D., Medical Superintendent.

Middletown State Ho^roEOPATHic Hospital. Middletown,

Orange County.

Selden H. Talcott, M. D., Medical Superintendent.

Buffalo State Hospital, Buffalo, Erie County.
Arthur W. Hurd, Medical Superintendent.

BiNGHAMTON State HOSPITAL, Binghamtou, Broome County.
Charles G. Wagner, M. D., Medical Superintendent.

St. Lawrence State Hospital, Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence


Wm. Mabon, M. D., Medical Superintendent.

Rochester State Hospital, Rochester, Monroe County.
E. H. Howard, Medical Superintendent.

Long Island State Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County.
O. M. Dewing, M. D., General Superintendent.

Branch of Long Island State Hospital, Kings Park, Long


O. M. Dewing, M. D., Medical Superintendent.


Matteawan State Hospital, Matteawan, Dutcliess County.

(For insane criminals only.)

P. O. and R. R. Station, Fislikill-on-tlie-Hudson.

H. E. Allison, M. D., Medical Superintendent.

Manhattan State Hospital, Office Metropolitan Building,

1 Madison ave., XeT\' York City.

A, E. Macdonald, M. D., Superintendent Male Division.

E. C. Dent, M. D., Superintendent Female Division.
G. A. Smith, M. D., Superintendent, Central I slip, N. T.
Includes: — Waed's Island Asylum.

Blackwell's Island Asylum.
Centeal Islip, Long Island.

GowANDA State Hospital ( Homoeopathic), Gowanda, Erie


P. O. and R. R. Station, Collins, Erie County.

Daniel H. Arthur, M. D., Medical Superintendent.

Pathological Institute of the New York State Hospitals.

A central laboratory for research.

1 Madison are.. Xew York City.

Ira Tan Gieson, Director.


SoNYEA, Livingston County, X. Y.

Under the management of a Board of Managers appointed
by the Governor. Capacity this year, G60 beds. No private
patients received until all patients taken from almshouses are
provided for. Medical Superintendent, Wm. P. Spratling,
M. D., Assistant Physician, L. Pierce Clark, M. D. Informa-
tion given by the Superintendent or any of the Managers.

The Board of Managers consists of Dr. Pierce Bailey, Presi-
dent, 4 West Fiftieth Street, New York; H. E. Brown, Mount
Morris, Secretary; Charles E, Jones, M. D., Albany; Judge
O. P. Hurd, Watkins; Jeanette B. Hawkins, Maloue; Dr. Kate
H. Salmon, Syracuse; Dr. A. S. Thompson, Ellisburg; J. H.
Loomis, Attica; Percy L. Lang, Waverly; D. B. Murphy,
Rochester; Abbot L. Dow, Brooklyn; Geo. L. Williams, Buffalo.





MARCH 1, 1901.


Adair, Leonard.
Adam son. Lucius C.
Agramonte. Enrique T.
Alger, Ellice M.
Allan, Henry W.
Allen, Charles W.
Altman, Emil.
Amidon. Royal W.
Anderson, Andrew J.
Anderson, Henry A. C.
Anderson, Herbert C.
Anderson. Joseph.
Anderson, Robert J.
Anderson. Samuel F.
Applegate, Wm. S.
Arbuckle. James A.
Armstrong. S. Treat.
Arnold, Elmore F.
Asch, Jacob H.
Aspell, John,
Aspinwall, Joseph D.
Aten, Wm. H.
Atwood. Charles E.
Avery, Edward W.
Ayme, Edward L,
Bachmann, Eugene O,
Bailey, Thomas H.
Bailey, Pearce.
Baker, Frank R.
Baldwin. Frederick A.
Ball, Geo. M.
Ball. A. Brayton.
Bang. Richard T.
Bangs, Lemuel Bolton.
Barber. Calvin F.
Barnett. Solomon.
Bartley, Elias H.
Barstow. Donald McLean.
Bates, Wm. H.

Bauer, Frederick ^L
Bauer, W. L.
Bayley, Russell.
Baylis, Havens B.
Beach, Willard P.
Bean. James A.
Beardsley, Wm. E.
Beasley, Crawford D.
Beck, Alexander W.
Becker. C. Adelbert.
Belcher, Wm. N.
Bellamy, Russell.
Bennett, James W.
Benton, Stuart H.
Berendsohn Rudolph.
Berendsohn. Wm.
Berg. Henry AY.
Berghaus. Alexander.
Berle. Adolph W.
Beuermann. John A.
Bierwirth, Julius C.
Billington. Cornelius E.
Bindrim, Robert G.
Binenstock. Abraham S.
Bird, James R.
Bishop. James.
Bishop, Louis F.
Bissell. J. B.
Black, Robert A.
Blackman. Wm. W.
Blake, Joseph A.
Boaart. J. Bion.
Bohmfolk, Charles W.
Boldt, Hermann J.
Bonar, Allen Blair.
Bond. Georsre M. F.
Bonnell. Chas. P.
Boocock. Robert.
Booth, J. Arthur.



Boskowitz, George W.
Bowles, Fred J.
Bowlsby, Wm. H.
Bowman, J. "Edgar.
Bowron, Francis W.
Bowser, Willard P.
Boyden, Frank E.
Bradley-Bystrom, Elizabeth

Bradshaw, Laban L.
Brandt. Washington J.
Brannan, John W.
Brekes, David.
Brendon, Edwin V.
Brennan, Thomas,
Brewer, George E.
Brickner, Walter M.
Brlggs. J. Edwin.
Brill, Nathan E.
Brinkman, Albert.
Bristow, Algernon T.
Brockway, A. Norton.
Broderick, William P.
Brothers, Abram.
Brouner, Walter B.
Brown, Charles Henry.
Brown, John M.
Brown, M. Belle.
Brown, W. Stuart.
Bruce, Chas. E.
Brugman, Albert F.
Brunner, W, J.
Brush, Arthur C.
Brush, George W.
Bryan. David C.
Bryson, Louise F.
Buck, Edward T.
Buckley, Thomas M.
Bnffum, Charles W.
Buft'um, Jr., T. Bellows.
Bullard, Wm. E.
Kullmari, W. F.
Bullwinkel, Henry.
Bunker, Henry A.
Burch, T. Hamilton.
Burdick, James C.

Burger, Anthony J.
Burke, Geoffrey R.
Burnard, Henry W.
Burnett, Peter Y.
Burns, Arthur E.
Burns, Arthur M.
Burrall, Frederick A.
Burton, R. Bigelow.
Busche. Thomas W.
Butler, Wm. M.
Byrne, Joseph H.
Byrne, Sylvester J.
Byrne, Wilfred P.
Cabot, John.
Caille, Augustus G.
Caldwell, M. Stuart.
Callaghan, David E.
Callahan, Eugene J.
Campbell, Archibald.
Campbell, Clarence G.
Campbell, Jackson R.
Candidus, Pantaleon.
Capron, Arthur .T.
Cardwell, John C.
Carleton, Edmund.
Carmichael, James A.
Carpenter, Elon N.
Carpenter, Frank B.
Carpenter, Frank E.
Carr, Walter Lester.
Carroll, Alex. F.
Carter, De Lancey.
Castle, Frederick A.
Caswell, Wm. H.
Catlin, Arnold W.
Chadbourne, Edwin R.
Chalmers, Matthew.
Chamberlin, E. C.
Charbonneau, Charles.
Chase, Walter B.
Cheney, Lyman.
Chetwood. Charles H.
Chichester. William R.
Childs, Samuel B.
Chmelicek-Luhan, Joseph F.
Clapp, H. M.



Clark, Frank H.
Clarke, James H.
Cleland, Thomas.
Clynier, Meredith.
€ocl«ran, George G.
Cochran, J. A.
Coffee, Joseph.
Coggeshall, Henry.
Cohn, Sigismimd.
Cole, Palmer C.
Collins, George W.
Collins, Chas. S.
Collins, Joseph M.
Collyer, Herman L.
Colton, Frederick H.
Combes, Frank C.
Combes, R. C. F.
Conant, Geo. S.
Conner, Lewis A.
Conway, John J.
Cook, Stephen G.
Cooke. Baldwin G.
Coley, William B.
Cornell, Clarence W.
Cornell, George B.
Corning, J. Leonard.
Costigan, Gregory.
Coverly, John H.
Cragin, Edwin B.
Creamer, Joseph M.
Cremin, Patrick W.
Creevey, G. M.
Criado, Louis F.
Crook, James K.
Cross, Thaddeus M. B.
Cruikshank, Wm. J.
Cuff, Wm. E.
Culver, Darwin Le Roy.
Currier, Charles G.
Curry, Albert M.
Cutter, Ephraim.
Cutter. John A.
Dairy mple. F. W.
Dalton, William R.
Dana, Charles L.
Danforth, Loomis L.

Daniels, Frank H.
Daniels, John L.
Davin, John P.
Davis, Albert A.
Dawbarn, Robert H. M.
Dearborn, Henry M.
De Castro, Joseph F.
Dee, Wm. V.
De Forest, Henry P.
Demarest, John H
Denhard, Charles E.
Denison, C. Ellery.
Denison, Ellery.
Denison, Rial W.
Dent, Emmet C.
De Plasse, Louis.
Devine, Daniel D.
Dexter, Benjamin F.
Dickinson, Robert L.
Dildine, F. C.
Dimock. Thomas.
Dodin, Henry A.
Dority, Charles E.
Doming, John.
Doty, Alvah H.
Douglas, Stuart.
Dow, E. Le Roy,
Do we, Frank L. C.
Dower, Andrew J.
Dowling, Jno, W.
Duffy, Charles P.
Dunning, Zopher F.
Dupont, Alfred C.
Dusseldorf, Louis M.
Dwyer, John.
Eastman, Robert W.
Eaton, J, Albro
Edmister, Frederick.
Edson, Cyrus.
Egan, Joseph M. F.
Eggersman, F. A.
Elebash, Clarence S,
Eliot, Ellsworth.
Elliott, R. M.
Emerson, Jno. R.
Ennis, James S.



Enton, Harry.
Erdman, John F
Essig, George.
Esta brook, Curtis R.
Ettinger. Leo.
Evans, George A.
Everson, George.
Ewing, William A.
Fairbairn, Henry A.
Farr, Edgar H.
Farries, Robert.
Fawdry, John W.
Feinberg, Scheima.
Ferguson, James Francis.
Ferrer, J. M.
Ferris, Albert W.
Ferris, George Newton.
Figueira, Mathias.
Fischer, Louis.
Fisher, Edward D.
Fiske, Wm. M. L.
Fitch, Allen.
Fitts, Alston.
Fitzsimmons, James C.
Fleming, Edward.
Fleming, Martin J.
Fleming, Walter M.
Fleming, Walter S.
Flint, Austin, Jr.
Fogarty, Thos. L.
Forbes, Henry H.
Foster, George Y.
Foster, Matthias L.
Frankenberg, Jacob H.

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