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825 Bay.

HERKIMER, from Bedford ave.,
bet. Fulton and Atlantic aves.,
N. E. to Williams pi.

HEWES, from Wallabout pi., n.
Classon ave., N. E. to Union
ave.

HICKS, from 66 Fulton, S. W. to
Gowanus ^ay.

HOPKINSON AV., from 1612
Broadway, S. to city line.

HOWARD AV., from 1396 Broad-
way, S. to city line. 1 Broad-
way, 59 Jefferson ave.. 99 Hal-
sey, 199 Chauncey, 261 Fulton,
315 Atlantic ave., 439 Prospect
pi.. East N. Y. ave.

HOYT, from' 448 Fulton, S. W. to
5th. 1 Fulton, 51 Schermer-
horn. 71 State. 89 Atlantic ave.,
167 Wyckoff, 227 Butler, 265 De-
graw. 325 President. 437 5th.

HUDSON AV., from E. river, bet.
Gold and the Navy yard, S. to
Fulton. 163 Sands. 281 Tillary,
315 Johnson, 399 Willoughby,
461 DeKalb ave.

HUMBOLDT, from 803 Flushing
ave.. N. to Meserole ave. 113
McKibbin, 287 Grtind, 739 Mese-
role ave.

INDIA, from E. river, bet. Huron
and Java, E. to Kingsland ave.

IRVING AV., from Flushing ave.,
at Thames, S. E. to city line.

IRVING PL., from 180 Gates ave.,
S. to Fulton.

JAMAICA AV. (late Jamaica plank
road), from Alabama ave., opp.
East N. Y. ave., E. to city line.

JAVA, from E. river, bet. India
and Kent, B. to Greenpoint ave.

JAY from B. river, bet. Pearl and
Bridge, S. to Fulton.

JEFF'ERSON, from 947 Broadway,
N. E, to Cypress ave.



STREET DIRECTORY.



299



JEFFERSON AV., from 19 Ormond
pi., E. to city line.

JOHNSON, from 311 Fulton, E. to
Raymond.

JOHNSON AV.. from 495 Broad-
way, E. to Flushing ave.

JORALEMON, from E. river, bet.
Montague and State, E. to Ful-
ton. 79 Hicks. 115 Henry, 159
Clinton, City Hall, 208 Court-
Fulton,

KEAP, from Wallabout canal, bet.
Rodney and Hooper, N. E. to
Union ave.

KENT, from E. river, bet. Java
and Greenpcint ave., E. to New-
town canal.

KENT AV., from N. 14th, opp.
Franklin, S. and S. E. to La-
fayette ave. 1 N. 14th, 167 N.
4th, 253 Grand, 353 S. 5th, 403
Broadway, 558 Washington ave.,
761 Flushing ave., 873 Myrtle
ave., 983 DeKalb ave.

KINGSLAND AV., from 71 Mas-
peth ave., N. to Paidge ave.

KINGSTON AV.. from 1490 Fulton,
S. to city line.

KNICKERBOCKER AV., from
Johnson ave., bet. Bogart and
Morgan aves., S. E. to city line.

KOSCIUSKO, from 991 Bedford
ave., E. to Bush wick ave. 1
Bedford ave., 167 Marcy ave.,
583 Reid ave., 675 Bushwick
ave.

LAFAYETTE AV., from 73 Flat-
bush ave., E. to Bushwick ave.
1 Flatbush ave., 53 Fort Greene
pi., 69 S. Elliott pi.. 109 S.
Oxford, 167 Adelphi. 229 Clin-
ton ave., 323 Grand ave., 383
Classon ave., 487 Bedford ave.,
655 Marcy ave., 695 Tompkins
ave., 823 Sumner ave., 1023
Reid ave., 1149 Bushwick ave.

LAWRENCE, from Hennessy pi.,
bet. Jay and Bridge, S. to Ful-
ton.

LEE AV., from 146 Division ave.,
S. E. to Gwinnett. 2 Clymer,
139 Hewes, 261 Gwinnett.

LEFFERTS PL., from 249 St.
James' pi., S. E. to Franklin
ave.

LEWIS AV., from 874 Broadway,
S. to Fulton. 119 DeKalb ave.,
191 Greene ave., 241 Gates ave.,
391 McDonough, 449 Fulton.

LEXINGTON AV., from 317 Grand
ave., E. to Broadway.



LIBERTY AV., from East New
York ave., bet. Rockaway ave.
and Thatford ave., E. to city
line.

LIVINGSTON, from 19 Sidney pi.,
E. to Flatbush ave.

LORIMER, from 579 Broadway, N.
to Noble.

MACON, from Arlington pi., n.
Fulton, E. to Hopkinson ave.

MADISON, from 493 Classon ave.,
E. to city line.

MARCY AV., from 302 N. 2d, ?.
and S. E. to Fulton. 55 Grand,
171 Broadway, 665 DeKalb ave.,
735 Greene ave., 957 Fulton.

MAUJER, from 393 S. 1st, E. to
Newtown creek.

McDONOUGH, from 947 Marcy
ave.. E. to Broadway.

McDOUGAL, from 1875 Fulton, E.
to Broadwav.

McKINLEY AV. (late Adams ave.),
from Railroad ave., bet. Magen-
ta and Glen, E. to Enfield.

MESEROLE. from 44 Union ave.,
E. to city line.

MESEROLE AV., from 12 Frank-
lin. E. to Front.

MILLER AV.. from Highland Bou-
levard, bet. Hendrix and Sun-
nvside ave., S. to Jamaica bay.

MONROE, from 471 Classon ave.,
E. to Broadway.

MONTAGUE, from E. river, bet.
Pierrepont and Remsen, E. to
Court.

MONTAGUE TERRACE, from 50
Montague, S. to Remsen (one
block).

MONTGOMERY, from Washington
ave., at city line, S. E. to city
line.

MORGAN AV., from 1029 Flushing
ave., N. to Front, E. D.

MYRTLE AV., from 351 Fulton, E.
to city line. 1 Washington, 115
Bridge, 355 Adelphi, 597 Gra-
ham, 643 Franklin ave., 831
Marcy ave., 1437 Greene ave.,
1487 Ralph ave., 1571 Gates ave.

NEW YORK AV.,.from 1350 Ful-
ton. S. to city line.

N. OXFORD, from 48 Flushing
ave., S. to Myrtle ave.

N. PORTLAND AV.. from 30 Flush-
ing ave., S. to Myrtle ave.

N. FIRST, bet. Grand and N. 2d,
S. E. to Driggs.

N. SECOND, is now METROPOL-
ITAN AV.



500



STREET DIEECTOEY.



N. THIRD to N. FIFTEENTH,
commence at East river run-
ning North to Union ave.

NOSTRAND AV., from 23S Walla-
bout, S. to city line.

PACIFIC, from B. river, bet. At-
lantic ave., and Amity, E. to
East New York ave. 25 Colum-
bia, 197 Court, 621 5th ave., 843
Vanderbilt ave., 1287 Nostrand
ave., 1797 Utica ave.

PARK AV., from 261 Hudson ave.,
E. to Broadw^ay.

PEARL, from E. river, bet. Adams
and Jay, S. to Fulton.

PENNSYLVANIA AV., from Ja-
maica ave., bet. Sheffield ave.
and New Jersey ave., S. to Ja-
maica bay.

PIERREPONT, from 203 Columbia
hgts., E. to Fulton.

PINEAPPLE, from 117 Columbia
hgts.. E. to Fulton.

PLYMOUTH, from E. river, n.
Water, E. to Little.

PORTER AV., from Flushing ave .
bet. Vandervoort ave. and
Varick ave.. N. to Meek-^^r vxe.

PORTLAND AV. (See N. Portland
ave. and S. Portland ave.)

PRESIDENT, from 31 Hamilton
ave., S. E. to city line. 969
Ninth ave.. 1055 Bedford ave.
1189 Nostrand ave.

PROSPECT PARK WEST, late
Ninth ave., from Union, at
Prospect park, S. W. to 21st.

PROSPECT PL., from 77 5th ave.,
E. to East New York ave. 1
Fifth ave., 109 Flatbush ave.,
227 Varderbilt ave.. 797 Nos-
trand ave., 1165 Rochester ave.,
1637 Ralph ave., 1969 East New
York ave.

PULASKI, from 203 Nostrand ave.,
E. to Broadway. 3 Nostrand
ave., 71 Marcy ave., 279 Sumner
ave., 475 Broadway.

PUTNAM AV.. from 1005 Fulton,
E. to city line.

QUINCY, from 2 Downing, E. to
Broadway.

RALPH AV., from 1304 Broadway,
S. to city line.

RECORD PL., from Chestnut, bet.
Atlantic ave, and Fulton ave.,
E. one block.

REID AV., from 1074 Broadway, S.
to Fulton.

REMSEN, from Furman, bet. Mon-
tague and Joralemon, S. E. to
Court



RIVERDALE AV. (late Rapelje
ave.), from city line at That-
ford ave., E. to New Lots rd.

ROCKAWAY AV., from 1720 Broad-
way. S. W. to city line.

RUSSELL PL., from 1144 Herki-
mer, S. W. to Atlantic ave. (one
block).

SACKETT, from E. river, bet. De-
graw and Union, S. E. to 5th
ave.

SANDS, from 135 Fulton, E. to
Navy. Bridge, 241 Navy.

SARATOGA AV., from 1486 Broad-
way, S. to city line.

SCHERMERHORN, from 151 Clin-
ton, S. E. to Flatbush ave.

SCHOLES, from 62 Union ave,, E.
to Newtown creek.

SKILLMAN AV., from 236 Union
ave., E. to Kingsland ave.

SMITH, from 382 Fulton, S. W. to
Gowanus bay.

S. OXFORD, from 156 DeKalb ave.,
S. to Atlantic ave. 1 DeKalb
ave., 116 Fulton, 123 Greene
ave., 125 Hanson pi., 213 At-
lantic ave.

S. PORTLAND AV., from 144 De-
Kalb ave., S. to Atlantic ave. 1
DeKalb ave., 107 Fulton, 209 At-
lantic ave.

S. FIRST to S. ELEVENTH, from
E. river, S. to' Union ave.

SPENCER, from 464 Flushing ave.,
S. to DeKalb ave.

STATE, from 363 Furman, S. E. to
Newtown creek.

STATE, from 363 Furman, S. B. to
Flatbush ave.

STEUBEN, from 292 Flushing ave.,
S. to Lafayette ave.

ST. JAMES' PL., from 330 DeKalb
ave., S. to Atlantic ave.

ST. JOHN'S PL., from 137 Fifth
ave., E. to Flatbush ave.

ST. MARK'S A\^., from 61 Fifth
ave., B. to Bast New York ave.

ST. MARK'S PL. (late Wyckoff),
from Third ave., opp. Wyckoff,
E. to Fifth ave.

ST. NICHOLAS AV., from Flush-
ing ave., bet. Wyckoff ave. and
Cypress ave., S. E. to city line.
276 city line.

STOCKTON, from 115 Nostrand
ave., E. to Broadway.

STUYVBSANT AV., from 958
Broadway, S. to Fulton.

SUMNER AV. (formerly Yates
ave.), from 270 Hopkins, S. to
Fulton. 79 Myrtle ave., 203 Laf-



STREET DIRECTORY.



301



fayette ave., 289 Gates ave., 469
Decatur, 505 P'ulton.

TEX EYCK. from 98 Union ave.,
E. to Newtown creek.

THROOP AV., from 560 Broadway,
S. to Fulton.

TILLARY, from 270 Fulton, to 55
ft. E. of Canton. 25 Washing-
ton, 153 Duffield, 291 Canton.

TOMPKINS AV., from 650 FlushinR
ave., S. to Fulton. 51 Park
ave., 103 Myrtle ave., 207 De-
Kalb ave., .101 Quincy, 375 Put-
nam ave.. 495 Decatur.

'JROY AV., from 1628 Fulton, S, to
city line. 1 Fulton.

UNION AV.. from 511 Broadway,
N. to Van Cott ave.. 101 S. 1st.

UTICA AV., from 1752 Fulton. S. to
city line. 1 Fu'ton

VAN BUREN, from 254 Tompkins
ave., E. and N. E. to Bushwick
ave. 1 Tompkins ave.

VANDERBILT AV., from 146 Flush-
ing ave.. S. to Flatbush ave.
161 Myrtle ave., 289 DeKalb
ave., 393 Greene ave.. 471 Gates
ave., 485 Fulton, 670 Sterling pi.

VANDERVOORT AV.. from Flush-
ing ave. at Knickerbocker ave.,
N. to Meeker av-^.

VAN SICKLEN AV., from Jamaica
ave., bet. Miller ave. and Hen-
drix, S. to Jamaica bay. 97 Ful-
ton. 511 Dumont ave.

VARICK AV.. from Flushing ave.,
bet. Porter ave. and Stewart
ave., N. to Meeker ave.

VERNON AV.. from 153 Nostrand
ave.. E. to Broadway.

VIENNA AV. (late Van Brunt
ave.). from city line at Osborn,
E. to city line.

WALL, from 905 Broadway. N. E.
to Bushwick ave. (one block).

WALLABOUT, from Williamsburg
rd. bet. Flushing ave. and Wall-
about canal, E. to Broadwav.

W^ARWICK. from Highland Boule-
vard, bet. Cleveland and Bar-
bey, S. to Jamaica bay.

WASHINGTON, from E. river, bet.
Main and Adams. S. to Fulton.

WASHINGTON AV.. from 558 Kent
ave.. S. to city line. 10 Clymer,
89 Park ave., 307 DeKalb ave.,
393 Greene ave., 561 Atlantic
ave.. 715 Grand ave.. 879 Can oil.

WAVERLY AV., from 188 Flushing
ave.. S. to Atlantic ave.

WEST, from Bushwick creek, bet.
Franklin and E. river, N. to
Newtown creek.



WILLOUGHBY, from 405 Fulton,

E. to Canton.
WILLOUGHBY AV., from Wash-
ington pk., bet. Myrtle ave. and

DeKalb ave., E. to city line. 61

Clermont ave., 203 Grand ave.,

219 Steuben. 441 Nostrand ave.,

879 Broadwav. 946 Myrtle ave.
WILLOW, from 22 Poplar, S. W. to

Pierrepont.
WITHERS, from 269 N, 9th, E. to

Kingsland ave.
WYCKOFF. from 203 Court, E. to

Third ave.
WYCKOFF AV., from Flushing

ave., opp. Gardner ave., S. E.

to city line.
WYONA (late Wyckoff ave.), from

Jamaica ave. at Arlington ave.,

S. to Jamaica bay.
WYTHE AV., from Banker, opp.

Norman ave., S. and S. E. to

Wallabout. Ill N. 9th, 273

Grand. 409 Broadway, 563 Cly-
mer, 707 Hewes.
YORK, from 71 Fulton, E. to Navy.
FIRST, from 361 Hoyt, S. E. to

Ninth ave.
FIRST AVE., from 40th at Gowanus

bay, S. W. to city line.
SECOND AV.. from Gowanus canal.

bet. Bond and Third ave.. S. W.

to city line. 1 Gowanus canal —

citv line.
SECOND PL., from 6o7 Henry, S.

E. to Smith.
THIRD, from 383 Smith, S. E. to

Ninth ave.
THIRD AV., from 70 Flatbush

ave., S. W. to city line.
THIRD PL., from 627 Henry, S. E.

to Smith.
FOURTH AV., from 122 Flatbush

ave., S. to city line.
FOURTH, from 647 Henry. S. E.

to Smith.
FIFTH, from 423 Smith. S. E. to

Ninth ave.
FIFTH (E. D.), is now Driggs.
FIFTH AV.. from 620 Atlantic

ave., S. W. to city line.
SIXTH, from 443 Smith. S. E. to

Ninth ave.
SIXTH (E. D.), is now Roebling.
SIXTH AV., from 674 Atlantic

ave., S. W. to citv line.
SEVENTH, from 461 Smith. S. E.

to Ninth ave.
SEVENTH AV., from 300 Flatbush

ave., S. W. to city line.
EIGHTH, from Gowanus canal, bet.

7th and 9th, S. E. to Ninth ave.



302



STREET DIRECTORY.



EIGHTH AV., from 364 Flatbusli

ave., S. W. to city line.
NINTH, from 501 Smith, S. E. to

Ninth ave.
TENTH, from Gowanus canal, bet.

9th and 11th, S. B. to Ninth ave.
TENTH AV., from 518 loth, S. W.

to 22d.
ELEVENTH, from Gowanus canal,

bet. 10th and 12th, S. E. to

Ninth ave.
ELEVENTH AV., from 548 15th, S.

W. to city line.
TWELFTH, from Gowanus canal,

bet. nth and 13th, S. E. to

Ninth ave.
THIRTEENTH, from Gowanus

canal, bet. 12th and Hamilton

ave., S. E. to Ninth ave.
FOURTEENTH, from 435 Hamilton

ave., S. E. to Ninth ave. 1

Hamilton ave.
FIFTEENTH, from 473 Hamilton

ave., S. E. to city line.
SIXTEENTH, from 501 Hamilton

aye.y S. E. to city line.



SEVENTEENTH to TWENTY-
SECOND, from Go.wanus bay,
S. E. to city line.

TWENTY-THIRD, from Gowanus
bay, bet. 22d and 24th, S. E. to
Seventh ave.

TWENTY-FOURTH, from Gowanus
bay, bet. 23d and 25th, S. E. to
Sixth ave.

TWENTY-FIFTH to THIRTY-
FIFTH, from Gowanus bay, S.
E. to Fifth ave.

THIRTY-SIXTH, from Gowanus
bay, bet. 35th and 37th, S. E. to
7th ave.

THIRTY-SEVENTH to FORTY-
NINTH, from Gowanus bay,
S, E. to city line.

FIFTIETH to FIFTY-NINTH,
from New York bay, S. E. to
city line.

SIXTIETH, the division line bet.
the city of Brooklyn and New
Utrecht.



STAMMERING

The Bryant School for Stammerers^

For the Correction of Stammering and other Affections of Speech where

Drill in Articulation and the Technique of

Speech are indicated.

AS MUCH of the speech apparatus is under control of the will, con-
siderable may be done for those who suffer from speech defects by
a careful training of the respiratory, vocal and articulating organs.
This training is given under the direction of a physician of many years'
experience. The profession may rely upon having the best treatment
known for those who apply to them. Such remedies for nervous and
physical conditions as directed by the patient's physician may also be
used. Patients may live in the doctor's house and have his constant
care. The new location near Central Park is very quiet, healthy and
accessible. A circular, giving outline, information and references from
eminent men and pupils, sent to any address mentioned.

F. A. BRYANT, i, D,, 105 West 12(1 Street, NEW yORK.

Telephone, 107 Riverside.



303



ECTHOL,



neither alterative nor antiseptic in
the sense in which those words are
usually understood. It is anti-pu-
rulent, anti-morbific— a corrector of
the depraved condition of the fluids
and tissues.



SAMPLE (I2-0Z.) BOTTLE SENT FREE ON
RECEIPT OF 25 GTS.

Formula : Active principles of Echinacea

and Thuja.



BROMIDIA. lODIA. PAPINE.

BATTLE & CO.,

- - Chemists Corporation, - -

ST. LOUIS, MO., U. S. A.



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KRKKSS &^ CO.,



-APOTHECARIES-

577 THIRD AVE., COR. 38th ST.



Telephone (1635 35th»
Calls: U923 38th.



ANTITOXINE. -:- -:- VACaNR

SICK ROOM REQUISITES, ETC. RED CROSS GOODS.

J. JUNGNIANN,

Wholesale ^ and ^ Retail ^ DRUGGISTS

No. 1020 Third Avenue (6ist Street),
No. 428 Columbus Avenue (8ist Street),

TWO ENTIRE BUILDINGS.

Sufgical Instruments and Appliances*

Sick-Room Articles in Largfest Assortment. J^

Prescription Departments: Capacity ^000 per day.

Analytical Laboratory.
e^ Chemical and Microscopical Examinations of

Urine, Blood, Milk, Sputum, Foodstuffs, etc.

PROMPT ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS.



305



Albany Medical College.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF UNION UNIVERSITY,

1901-1902.



ANDREW VAN VRANKEN RAYMOND, D.D , LL.D.,
President of the University.



ALBERT VANDER VEER. M.D., Ph.D.,

Dean of the Faculty and Professor of

Didactic, Abdominal and Clinical

Surgery.

MAURICE PERKINS, M.D.,
Professor of Chemical Philosophy and

Organic Chemistry.

JOHN MILTON BIGELOW, M D., PH.D.,

Emeritus Professor of Materia Medica

and Therapeutics and Diseases of

Throat and Nose.

SAMUEL BALDWIN WARD,M.D.,Ph.D.,

Professor of Theory aud Practice of

Medicine.

.TAMES PETER BOYD, M.D.,

Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and

Diseases of Children.

WILLIS G AYLORD TUCKER,M.D.,Ph. D.

Registrar and Professor of Inorganic

and Analytical Chemistry and

Toxicology.



WILLIAM HAILES, M.D.,
Anthony Professor of Pathological Anat-
omy, Embryology, Histology and

Fractures and Dislocations.

CYRUS STRONG MERRILL, M.D.,

Professor of Ophthalmology

and Otology.

FREDERIC COLTON CURIIS, M.D.,

Professor of Dermatology.

HENRY HUN, M.D.,

Professor of Diseases of the Nervous

System.

SAMUEL ROSEBURGH MORROW, M.D.

Professor of Anatomy and Orthopedic

and Operative Surgery.

HERMON CAMP GORDINIER, M.D.,
Professor of Physiology.

HOWARD VAN RENSSELAER, M.D.,

Professor of Materia Medica and

Therapeutics.



WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A CORPS OF LECTURERS, INSTRUCTORS
AND CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.



Four-year graded course. Instruction by lectures, recitations, laboratory work,
clinics and practical demonstrations and operations. Admirable laboratory facili-
ties in Chemistry, and In Histology, Pathology and Bacteriology in the new Bender
Hygienic Laboratory.

HOSPITAL ADVANTAGES— Albany Hospital, St. Peter's Hospital, Child's Hos-
pital, Albany Hospital for Incurables, All)any County Hospital, Eye and Ear Infirm-
ary and tlielr dispensaries are available for clinical purposes to students.

FEES AND EXPENSES.

All fees are payable In advance, and are as follows: Matriculation, $5 payable
each year; Lecture cour.se, 8100; Perpetual Ticket, $300; Dissection, $10; (For labo-
ratory fees see Catalogue.) Graduation fee, $25.

The regular Fall Session commences Tuesday, September 24, 1901, and closes
May 6, 1902.

VARIOUS PRIZES are awarded at the close of the term to meritorious students.
Appointments to positions upon tiie house staff of the An)any and other hospitals
are made by competitive examinations, open to the graduating class of the College.

COMMENCEMENT occurs May 6, 1902. The annual meeting of Alumni Associa-
tion is held on that day.

For catalogue of the College or further information, address

WILLIS G. TUCKER, M.D., Registrar,

ALBANY N. Y



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nr-L SESSION ^90^-^902

Long Island
College Hospital

Hoagland Laboratory and
Polhemus Memorial Clinic

Next Regular Course begins Oct If J 90 J
Next Summer Course begins May J7t J902




UNEXCELLED Clinical Facilities. The teach-
ing staff is represented in nearly all the
hospitals on the east side of New York Harbor,
and clinics held in these institutions are open to
the students of this college. In the College
Hospital and Dispensary 20,000 patients were
treated in 1900. Practical clinical courses given
in all special branches. Unexcelled laboratory
facilities in Microscopy, Bacteriology, Chemistry,
Pharmacy, Physiology and Anatomy. Out-patient
service in Obstetrics a part of regular curriculum.

5,^ t^w t^*

Send for announcement to

JOSEPH H. RAYMOND, M,D*

Secretary of Faculty

Long Island College Hospital, Borough of Brooklyn

NEW YORK CITY



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College



NEW YORK CITY, i



THE Session of 1001-1902 will begin Tuesday, October 1, 1901, and will
continue about eight months. The course of Instruction covers four
years. Students wlio pre.seiit credentials from other accredited medical
colleges of full courses of study will be admitted to advanced standing after
passing examinations on those subjects, the study of which has been com-
pleted in the previous years.

In conjunction with the regular curriculum there is an optional Summer
Course in operation during the months of May, June and July, in which
any student or post-graduate may select cllnkal work In the Co lege Dis-
pensary or laboratories, or In hospitals visited by the members of the
Faculty. At the same time. If desired, lessons taught by recital ions may be
taken in Anatomy, Surgery, Medicine, Materia Medlca, Physiology and
Chemistry.

The Essential Features of the Cufficolwm are :

1. Recitations in sections throughout all years and on all the principal
branches. 2. Thorough laboratory Instruction. 3. Clinical and bedside
section teaching and cliidcal ward work, with the Professors and Clinical
Proff'ssors. in small groups in Bellevue, New York, Presbyterian, Mothers'
and Babies* and other City hospitals. 4. Special branches taught clinically
to small groups in hospitals and dispensaries.

Instruction in Practical Hygiene and Sanitary Science will be given In
accordance with the circulars heretofore Issued upon that subject.

The full Four- Year Course of the Cornell University Medical College Is
given in the City of New York, but the tirst half of It — the work of the first
and second years— is also given at Iih;ica, where it may be taken b.v men
students, and where aJone it can be taken by women students (for whom a
home is provided in the Sage College for Women). Both men and women
students must take the last two years of the course in New York City,

The circular for 1901-1902, enumerating the Faculty, full details of the cur-
riculum, requireinents for admission, and other information, will be sent
on application.

For further information and particulars, address



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WM. M. POLK, M. D., LLD., DEAN,

CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE.
♦ NEW YORK CITY.



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308

"Schieffelin's"



Bensolyptus



Alkaline Antiseptic
and Prophylactic.



Bensolyptus is an agreeable alkaline solution of
various highly approved antiseptics, so combined that
one supplements the action of the other. Its ingredi-
ents are all of recognized value in the treatment of

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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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY.



NEW YORK-AMERICAN VETERINARY COLLEGE

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

The union of the New York College of Veterinary Surgeons and the Americau
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 instiuition with its enlarged Faculty, composed entirely of experienced
teachers, its increased and abundant clinical resources, and its regular use of the
e.xtensive laboratory equipment and advanced instruction of the University and
Bellevue Hospital Medical College, is enabled at once to offer the means for the
attainment of a thorough veterinary education.

FACULTY.

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

ALEXANDER F. LIAUTARU, M.D., V.M., Dean, 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.
JULIUS HULESOJi, D.V.S., Professor of Cattle Pathology and Meat Inspection

and Sanitary Jledicine.
J. BETHUNE STEIN, M.D., Professor of Physiology.

WILFRIED LELLMA.N, D.V.M., Professor of Helmlnthology and Canine Pathology.
JOHN A. LEIGHTOX, D.V.S., Professor of Diseases of the Foot and Art of Shoeing.
GEORGE G. VAN MATER, M.D., D.V S., Professor of Ophthalmology.
ROBERT \V. ELLIS. D. V.S., Lecturer on Zootechnics and Veterinary Jurisprudence.
W. V. BIESER. D.V.S., Demonstrator of Anatomy and Curator of the Museum.
ARTHUR R. MANDEL, Assistant in Cliemlstry,

The system of instruction embraces a tliorough Dldactle and Clinical Course of
three years' attendance. The American Veterinary Hospital, which is a branch of
the College, has treated since its opening over 5(1,000 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 54tli Street.

REQUIRENIEXXS FOR OR ADU^S^TION.

Students must, as required by law, have reached the age of twenty-one years,
and must file satisfactory certlflcatcs of goo<l moral character and of three years'
study of veterinaiy medicine.

they must have filed with the Secretary of the Faculty the Regents' Veteri-



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