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175 working boys between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one years.

At Rye, New York, the Mission conducts St. Benedict's Home for colored
children of both sexes. Apply to the Rev. M. J. Fitzpatrick, Superior, 375
Lafayette st.

NATIONAL FLORENCE CRITTENTON MISSION (THE).—

21-23 Bleecker st. A home for fallen girls and women. There is also a home
at 1266 Franklin av. for mothers and babies during the summer months. Girls
are received not only from New York, but from other States.

Supt., Mrs. F. M. Freeman. There are also rescue homes at 78 Ward st.. New
Haven, Conn.; Elizabeth av., Newark; Trenton, N. )., and 700 E. 18th st,,
Paterson, N. J.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 753

NEW YORK ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROVING THE CON-
DITION OP THE POOR (Orig. 1843. Incorp. 1848).— Central office. United
Charities Building, 105 E. 22d st. "Its design is the elevation of the moral
and physical condition oi the indigent, and, so far as is compatible with these
objects, the relief of their necessities." Non-sectarian.

Maintains a Department of Relief for needy Individuals; Milbank Memorial
Bath, where towels and soap are furnished men, women and children for the
sum of Ave cents; no charge if bathers bring soap and towel. Fresh-Air Work
is carried on at Sea Breeze. Coney Island, where convalescent women, children
and babies are kept for an average of ten days each and day parties are taken
from the city four days each week. An Experimental Seaside Hospital for
Children suffering frcm TuDerculosis of the Bones and Glands is operated In
conjunction with Sea Breeze, the Hospital being open all winter. Junior Sea
Breeze, an Outdoor Summer Hospital for Babies, at 64th st. and East River.
New York Milk Committee, to improve city milk supply and maintain an
Infants' Milk Depot; Caroline Rest, at Hartsdale, a convalescent home for
maternity cases. R. Fulton Cutting, Pres. ; R. S. Minturn, Treas. ; F. T. Hill,
Sec; R. W. Bru&re. Gen. Agent; Mrs. H. Ingram, Supt. of Relief. Office hours,
9 A. M. to midnight.

NEW YORK CITY CHILDREN'S HOSPITALS AND

SCHOOLS.— Randall's Island. (See Hospitals.)

NEW YORK CITY HOME FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM.

— Manhattan Division, Blackwell's Island. Department of Public Charities. Tel.
7412 Madison sq. Ms. Days, daily, 10 to 4; Sun., 9 to 4.30. Steamer from the
foot of E. 26th St., daily, except Sun., at 10.30 and 2.30.
(For hospital staff, see Hospitals.)

OLD MEN AND AGED COUPLES, HOaiE FOR (P. E.).— N. W.

cor. Amsterdam av. and 112th st. For aged persons without means of support.
Admission fee, ?300; couples, $600. Apply to the Committee on Admission at
the House, through Rev. W. H. Vibbert.

ORPHAN ASYLUM, ROMAN CATHOLIC, IN THE CITY OF
NEW YORK. — Office, 470 Madison av. Boys' and Girls' asylums are at
Sedgwick av. and Kingsbridge Road. Apply to the Gen. Agent, E. J. Quin.

PEABODY H03IE FOR AGED AND INDIGENT WOMEN.—

2064 Boston id., cor. E. 179th St., West Farms. A free home, supported by
voluntary subscriptions. Cares for white women over sixty-five years, residents
of New York City. No admission fee. Apply, in writing, to Mrs. F, J. Stone, 254

W. 93d St., New York.

PRESBYTERIAN HOME FOR AGED W03IEN IN THE
CITY OF NE^V YORK.— 49 E. 73d st. A home for residents of New York
City over sixty-five years who have been members of the Presbyterian or
Reformed Dutch Church in this city for three years. Board, $13 per month.
Mrs. J. P. Duncan, Directress.

ST. AGNES' HOME.— Inwood-on-Hudson, New York. Department of the
House of Mercy, under the charge of the Sisters of St. Mary. For the education
and training of girls between twelve and sixteen.

ST. BARNABAS' HOME (P. E.).— 304-306 Mulberry st. A temporary
home for homeless women and children. Miss S. P. Mather. Deaconess in
Charge.

ST. FRANCIS' H03IE FOR CHRONIC AND INCURABLE

INVALIDS.— 603-617 Fifth st.. New York City. Under the charge of the
Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis, for the care of chronic and Incurable cases.
Insane patients and those suffering with contagious diseases not admitted.
Capacity, 250 beds. Vis. Days, Sun. and Thurs., 2.30 to 4.30 P. H. Vis. Phjr*.

and Surgs.. L. Haupt. Geo. T. Mundorff.

ST. JOHN'S GUILD — Office. 103 Park av. Afford relief to the poor sick

children of New York City. Operates the Floating Hospital and the Seaside
Hospital at New Dorp, S. I. Works In co-operation with the Health Oepartmwit
and the varlouB charitable socletlee of New York.



754 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

ST. JOHN'S GUIIiD, FLOATING HOSPITAL OF.— Affords a
day's outing, a sail on the water for twenty-six miles, under hospital care
and treatment, to poor sick children who are free from contagious diseases,
with their mothers.

ST. JOHN'S GTJI1.D, SEA-SIDE HOSPITAL OF.— Situated at
Cedar Grove, New Dorp, Staten Island. During the summer it is for sick poor
infants and children of New York City, with their mothers, the average stay
being about ten days. During the winter a convalescent hospital for women
and children.

ST. JOSEPH'S ASYLUM IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.—

89th St. and Av. A. Poor orphans and half orphans, especially Germans, are
received and educated. P. F. Strassburger, Supt., 414 6th St.; Rev. F. Speidel,
Pres., 173 E. 3d st. Apply to the Committee on Admission or to the Supt.
Accommodation for 850 children.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOME FOR THE AGED.— 209 W. 15th st. Under
the charge of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul; for respectable
women over sixty years of age. Apply to the Sister Superior.

ST. JOSEPH'S INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR DESTITUTE
CHILDREN.— 65 E. 81st st. In connection with the Institution of Mercy.
For destitute young girls of good character and children between two and
sixteen. Branch for the male children at Tarrytown, N. Y.

ST. LUKE'S HOME FOR AGED WOMEN.— B'way and 114th st.

Admits gentlewomen over sixty years of age in reasonably good health, who
are communicants of any of the Protestant Episcopal Churches contributing to
the Home and have resided in New York City for five years. Admission fee,
$300. Apply to the Committee on Admission through a representative of the
parish to which the applicant belongs.

VETERAN SOLDIERS AND SAILORS, RELIEF FOR.—

A fund is set apart annually by the City of New York for the relief of veterans
in distress, and is distributed by the Grand Army Posts after investigation by
the Superintendent of Bureau of Dependent Adults, foot of E. 26th st.

W^ASHINGTON saUARE HOME FOR FRIENDLESS GIRLS.

— 9 West 8th St. (formerly the Wetmore Home for fallen and friendless girls).
Free home for girls principally between the ages of fourteen and twenty-five.
It also affords accommodations for those who are about to become mothers.
Sec, Mrs. R. Martin.



SUMMER VACATION HOMES.

AVAILABLE FOR RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK CITY.

EDITH HOME, THE. — Belle Island, South Norwalk, Conn. For nurses, teachers,
or governesses in need of a vacation. Apply to Supt. Bellevue Training School
for Nurses, 440 E. 26th St., New York City.

THE GILBERT A. ROBERTSON HOME.— Scarsdale, N. Y. A free home for poor
families, including the fathers. They are given a fortnight of rest. Apply to
Miss L. A. Holly, 45 Bible House, New York City.

SUMMER HOME.— Ardsley, Westchester Co., N. Y. Cares for children. Apply to
Tribune Fresh Air Fund, The Tribune, New York City. J. B. Devins, Manager.

ST. ANDREWS CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL.— Woodcliff, N. J. Tel. 1764 Stuyvesant.
Receives patients during the summer at St. Andrew's Rest. Apply to St.
Andrew Hospital, New York, or to the Sister Superior at Woodcliff.

WORKING GIRLS' VACATION SOCIETY.— 105 E. 22d st.. New York City. Provides
for two weeks' vacation in the country for respectable unmarried working
girls having satisfactory recommendations and a certiilcate from a physician
that the vacation is needed. Board at a nominal sum. City ofiBce, 105 E, 22d
St. Miss E. Bryce, ^reas.. 20 W. 54th St., New York City.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 755

NEW YORK CITY.

BOROUGHS OF BROOKLYN, QUEENS AND RICHMOND.

BETHESDA SANITARIUM.— 952-954 St. Mark's av. Tel. 8931 Bedford.
Especially for chronic and nervous case? and epileptics. Supt., Mrs. J. De
Forest: Pres., Mrs. H. M. Smith; Homoeopathic Med. Dir., W. H. Pierson; Phys.,
S.- W. Palllster, E. R. Bedford, R. Upham, A. Borneman, W. C. Thompson, W. C.
Durrin, F. E. Hopke, J. F. Rankin, W. H. Price, W. T. Chamberlain, W. E.
Rink, 0. DuB. Ingalls; Att'd Surgs., E. R. Fisk, H. C. Alien; Consult. Phys., II.
G. Preston, D. Simmons. W. B. Winchell; Consult. Surgs., W. W. Blackman, 0. 8.
Ritch; Ocul., John L. Moffat; Gynec, W. H. Pierson; Dentist, H. A. King; Allo-
pathic Med. Dir., C. M. Bellows; Att'd Staff, A. H. Bogart, C. R. Butler.

BROOKI.YN HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM.-373 to 393 Ralph

av. Receives Jewish orphans between four and ten years,
Paul Lazarus, Supt.

BROOKLYN HOME FOR CONSUMPTIVES. (Incorp. 1881).—
Kingston av., Stirling pi. and St. John's pi. Tel. 446 Bedford.

Mrs. F. W. Hopkins, Pres. Phys., R. Clark, L. C. Ager, E. T. D. Howell, 6.
Strack, R. L. Wood. C. E. Paine, 0. DuB. Ingalls.

CHILDREN, BROOKLYN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN-
TION OF CRUELTY TO.— 103-107 Schermerhorn st. Looks after the legal
rights of children in the counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk, and
cares for all lost and neglected children and children under sixteen arrested
in the Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens.

H. R. Jones, Pres. ; H. C. Preston, Sec.

CHILDREN, RICHMOND COUNTY SOCIETY FOR THE
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO.— Tompkinsville, S. I. Mrs. Lester
W. Clark, Sec, Clinton av.. New Brighten, S. I.

CHILDREN, ST. MICHAEL'S HOaiE FOR DESTITUTE.-

Green Ridge, S. I. House of reception, 424 W. 34th St., Borough of Manhattan.
A home and school for destitute children living in New York City. Under the
care of the Presentation Nuns. Apply for admission to any city magistrate, or
to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 297 4th av.

CHURCH H03IE FOR THE BLIND.— 550 Washington av., Bklyn.
Miss M. 0. Hogarth, Manager.

DIET KITCHEN ASSOCIATION, THE STATEN ISLAND.—

Grant and Van Duzer sts., Tompkinsville. Piovides nourishing food for the
sick poor free.
Mrs. S. D. Stephens, Pres., New Brighton.

FAITH HOME FOR INCURABLE WOMEN (Inc.).— 546 Park pi..
Bklyn. Cares only for persons without means. G. C. Stebbins, Pres. ; J. M.
Ham, Treas. ; S. B. Childs, M.D., Sec; A. H. Campbell, Manager.

FARM COLONY.— Port Richmond, S. I. Tel. 189 West New Brighton. This
colony is part of the Oept. of Public Charities. Consists of cottages for aged
couples and widows and almshouse.

Act. Supt., J. G. Flick; Vis. Phys.. J. S. Devlin.

FRIENDLESS WOMEN AND CHILDREN, SOCIETY FOR

THE AID OP.— 20 Concord St., Bklyn. Temporary home for women and
children. Mrs. C. M. Danvers, Matron.

HEALTH HOME.— West Coney Island. Maintained by the Children's Aid
Society. During the summer weekly parties and day excursions are provided.
Mrs. J. B. Brace, Matron. Apply at the Sick Children's Mission. 287 E. B'way.
or to the Children's Aid Society, 105 E. 22d St., any day from 9 to 5 except Sat.

HOME FOR THE AGED.— Of the Church Charity Foundation of
Long Island, Herkimer St., near Albany av. Receives persons over slxty-flve
years of age who are communicants of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Long
Island. Apply to Rev. P. F. Swett, Supt., Atlantic and Albany ave.



7S6 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

HOME FOR THE AGED, OP THE LITTIiE SISTERS OF
THE POOR. — Bushwick and DeKalb avs. Free borne for poor old people of
both sexes of good moral character.

Sister Agnes, Superior.

HOME FOR WORKING GIRLS, ST. PETER'S.— 110 Congress
St. Under the care of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Affords a respectable lodging
for poor girls who are out of employment or In need of rest. Apply to Sister
Raphael.

HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (R. C.).— Hopkinson av. and
Pacific St. For the reformation of young girls and women.

HOUSE OF ST. GILES THE CRIPPLE.— Garden City. Home and
hospital for destitute crippled children. Vis. Days, 2 to 4, except Sun.

House Mother, Miss R. G. Morgan; Surgs., B. B. Mosher, W. S. Hubbard, J.
Long, J. M. Callender, E. Hodges; F. Schroeder, Adj.; Consults., S. Sherwell,
Dermat. ; P. C. Jameson, Ocul. ; F. C. Raynor, Laryng. ; A. C. Brush, Neurol. ;
L. G. Baldwin, Gynec. ; C. P. Gildersleeve, Surg. There is a summer home at
Garden City, L I.

KAIiliMAN SCANDINAVIAN ORPHANAGE.— 18th av., bet. 67th
and 69th sts., Brooklyn. For homeless and dependent orphans of Scandinavian
parentage.

Mgr., J. Lundblom; Att'd Phys., L. A. Thunig; Eye and Ear, J. H. Ohly;
Dental Surgs., A. Llndberg, J. 0. Peterson, N. Sahlin.

LONG ISLAND STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Bklyn.

Med. Supt., 0. M. Dewing, M D. ; Asst. Phys., I. 0. Tracy; P. G. Taddiken;
Woman Phys., A. M. Agnew; Jr. Phys., J. Smith; Clin. Asst., Mary L. Neff;
Matron, F. W. Thomson.

ORPHAN ASYLUM SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF BROOK-
LYN. — 1435 Atlantic av., cor. Kingston av. Persons desiring to take children
apply to the Executive Committee at the Asylum the first and third Wed.
of the month, between 12 and 3.

Supt., Miss M. E. Horton; Att'd Phys., S. L. Taylor, C. H. Goodrich. R. F.
Bliss, C. L. Stone; Consult. Phys., L. S. Pilcher, Z. T. Emery and L. C. McPhail.

ORPHAN HOUSE.— (Church Charity Foundation.)— Albany av., cor.
Herkimer st., Brooklyn. Under the charge of the Sisters. Boys and girls
between six and ten are admitted and cared for until they are sixteen.

SANITARIUM FOR HEBREW CHILDREN OF THE CITY

OF NEW YORK.— Rockaway Park, L. I. For the treatment by the
sea-shore of poor sick infants and children, capacity about 700, children
accompanied by their mothers. Apply to the United Hebrew Charities, 356
2d av. Tel. 385l Gramercy.

SHUT IN SOCIETY, THE.— Is to encourage and comfort invalids, and
to secure the printing and distribution of publications adapted to such work.
Mrs. W. Harmon Brown, Pres., New York; Miss M. H. Hadley, Sec. and Trea.s.,
355 Willow St., New Haven, Conn.

W^ARTBURG HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM.-East New

York, Borough of Brooklyn. Society of the Lutheran Church, which receives
and cares for aged Germans, Lutherans preferred, who are over sixty-five
years. Apply to the Rev. 0. Graesser, 602 E. 9th St., New York.

WAYSIDE HOME.— 356 Bridge st. Temporary Home for homeless
women and reformatory for young girls. Miss C. E. Knowles, Matron; Mrs.
E. F. Pattengill, Pres.

OGDENSBURG.

ST. LAW^RENCE STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).

Med. Supt., R. H. Hutchings; Asst. Phys.. E. M. Somers, R. L. Leak, W. 6.
Ryon, E. A. Nevin, J. M. O'Neill, J. L. Van De Mark; Woman Phys., C. S. Peas*:
Med. Internes, A. Baxter, R. King, A. M. Brown.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 757

POUGHKEEPSIE.

HUDSON RIVER STATE HOSPITAL. (For the Insane) —Rough
keepsie. Tels. 771-772.

Supt., C. W. Pilgrim, M.D. ; Asst. Phya., I. G. Harris, F, W. Parsons, S. F.
Mellen. W. J. Cavanaugh, A. C. Matthews, W. E. Merriman, M. W. Raynor;
Jr. Asst. Phys., W. C. Porter; Woman Phys., E. Putnam, B. Curtis, B. Dennes;
Path., H. P. Carpenter; Med. Internes, W. Hovey, M. W. Piatt, F. C. Donnelly.

RAY BROOK.

NEW YORK STATE HOSPITAL FOR INCIPIENT TUBER-

CUL.OSIS.— Opened July 1, 1904. For treatment of incipient pulmonary
tuberculosis. Accommodations for 160 patients; and a camp of tents for 66
additional patients. Poor patients should apply to the Poor Officials of their
cities, and must have been residents of New York State for one year. ThoM
able pay $7.00 per week. Apply to Supt. A. H. Garvin, M.D.

ROCHESTER.

ROCHESTER STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— South ar.

Tel. 602. Via. Days, Tues. and Fri., 2 to 5. Relatives allowed to visit at
any time.

Med. Supt., E. H.. Howard; Asst. Phys., E. B. Potter, C. T. La Moure, C. L.
Hanes, I. L. Walker, W. H. Veeder, M. A. Nickerson, S. Pierson; Woman Phys.,
E. P. Ballantine.

ROME.

ROME STATE CUSTODIAL ASYL.U3I.— For treatment, training
and custodial care of the feeble-minded; cases received under commitment
by County Superintendent of Poor, or Commissioner of Charities, from all
counties in the State. Feeble-minded under seven, physically infirm between
seven and fourteen, and all over fourteen are received. Applications must
be made in advance, direct to the Asylum, or through the Superintendent of
Poor or Commissioner of Charities of the county.

Phys.-ln-Charge, C. Bernstein.

SARANAC LAKE.

ADIRONDACK COTTAGE SANITARIUM, THE.— Saranac Lake.
Franklin Co. For incipient adult cases of pulmonary consumption. Board, $7
per week; medical attendance free.

E. L. Trudeau, Phys.-in-Charge; Examining Phys. in New York City: E. 6.
Janeway, W. B. James, J. A. Miller, L. R. Williams. Apply to L. Brown, M.D. ;
Res. Phys., P. 0. Trudeau.

SEA CLIFF.

BABIES, COUNTRY HOME FOR CONVALESCENT.-Sea

ClIS, Long Island, N. Y. A free home for convalescent children under five
years.

P. J. McKenzIe, Phys.-In-Charge; Hire. T. R. Sellenes, Sec, 147 E. 56th St.,
N. Y. City.

SONYEA.

CRAIG COLONY FOR EPILEPTICS.— Independent telephone.
Receives sane indigent epileptics. The present capacity of the Colony is
1290, but it will ultimately be 1800 or 2000. Vis. days, Wed. and Sat., 10 to
12 and 2 to 4.

Board of Managers: P. L. Lang, Pres., Waverly; Wm. L. Douglas, Buffalo;
Hon. James H. Loomis, Attica; D. B. Murphy, Rochester; Mrs. J. R. Hawkins,
Malone; Abbot L. Dow, Brooklyn; Mrs. Edward Joy, Syracuse; Dr. F. Peterson,
New York.

Resident Staff: W. T. Shanahan, 1st Asst. and Acting Supt.; 6. K. Colli«r,
S. H. Parker, Asst. Phys.; W. N, Trader, B. F. Andrews, G. E. Rehb«rs«r,
Jr. Phys., E. M. Poate, W. Leavitt, Med. Intemss; J. F. Munaon, Patb.



758 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

SYRACUSE.

STATE INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE-MINDED CHIL-
DREN, SYRACUSE.— Feeble-minded children are received between
seven and fourteen. Apply to the County Superintendent of th« Poor. Vis.
Day, Fri., 2.30 to 4.

J. C. Carson, M.D., Supt.

UTICA.

UTICA STATE HOSPITAL. (For the Insane).— Utica. Tel. Bell 945.
Home 1407. Vis Days, Mon. and Fri., except holidays.

Med. Supt., H. L. Palmer; Asst. Phys., G. H. Torney, E. G. Stout, J. E.
Haight; Woman Phys., C. Smith; Jr. Phys., H. D. L. Spence.

VERBANK.

WATTS DE PEYSTER HOSPITAL. AND HOME FOR IN-
VALID CHILDREN.— Verbank, Dutchess County; at an altitude of 1,100
feet. Children between the ages of two and twelve are received. No child
refused admission because of inability to pay.

Supt., Miss F. Mahin.

WEST HAVERSTRAW^.

NEW^ YORK STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF
CRIPPLED AND DEFORMED CHILDREN".— Opened Dec. 1.
1900. Capacity, 45. Med. Staff: Consult. Phys. and Surgs., R. F. Weir, F.
Delafleld, L. A. Stimson, W. G. Thompson, J. D. Bryant, A. A. Smith, New York
City; A. Vander Veer, S. B. Ward, Albany; R. Park, C. G. Stockton, Buffalp;
J. 'D. Rushmore, J. A. McCorkle, Brooklyn; J. A. Van Duyn, H. L. Eisner,
Syracuse; W. T. Helmuth, E. G. Rankin, New York City; R. B. Coutant, Tarry-
town; H. A. Gates, Delhi; G. C'. Madill, Ogdensburg; F. W. Sears, Binghamton;
J. Sengstacken, Stony Point; E. B. Laird, Haverstraw, Consult. Staff: Orthop.
Surgs., R. H. Sayre, T. H. Myers, New York City; Ophthal., C. W. Cutler;
Neurol., E. D. Fisher; Laryng., C. H. Knight; Dermat., G. T. Elliot; Children,
W. P. Northrup. Att'd Med. Staff: Surgeon-in-Chief, N. M. Shaffer; Asst., J. J.
Nutt; Resident Phys., H. W. Wright.

WHITE PLAINS.

BLOOMINGDALE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Whit© Plains.
Tels., 3900 Chelsea, New York City, and 104 White Plains. The Psycopathic
Department of the New York Hospital. All patients are of the independent or
assisted class. Apply at the Blooralngdale office, 10 W. 16th St., New York
City, daily at noon, or to Dr. S. B. Lyon, Med. Supt., White Plains.

PRESBYTERIAN REST FOR CONVALESCENTS.- 69 N.

B'way, White Plains. Receives, for two weeks, worthy Protestant women, over
fifteen years, who can furnish satisfactory evidence of good character and a
physician's certificate that they are convalescent. Apply to Mrs. A. McLean,
Treas., 149 W. 34th st., or to Mrs. T. W. Morris, 20 5th av. ; Mrs. J. I. Barr,
166 W. 76th St.; Mrs. J. French, 279 Madison av.. New York.

W^ILLARD.

WILLARD STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Willard. Tel.
"Willard, N. Y." Vis. Days, daily, except Sun. and legal holidays.
Med. Supt., R. M. Elliott, M.D.; Consult. Staff: J. 8. Kirkendall, Ithaca,
Ophthal.; W. W. Skinner, Geneva, Consult. Surg.; Asst. Phys., R. E. Doran,
T. J. Currie, J. W. Russell, E. Holley, L. T. Waldo, W. H. Montgomery, C. L.
Carlisle; Jr. Asst., W. A. Smith; Woman Asst. Phys., C. B. MacArthur.



STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY.



STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY.— Commissioners: Albert Warren
Ferris, M.D., Pres., New York; S. T. Viele. Buffalo; W. L. Parkhurst, Canan-
daigua; T. E. McGarr, Sec, Capitol, Albany; W. L. Russell, M.D., Med. Insp.,
Poughkeepsie. Private patients can be admitted to State hospitals only upon
consent of the medical superintendents. Rates for private patients range from
$6 up.

LIST OF STATE HOSPITALS.
Utica State Hospital, Utica.
Wlllard State Hospital, Willard.
Hudson River State Hospital, Poughkeepsie.
Middletown State Homcsepathic Hospital, Middletown.
Buffalo State Hospital, Buffalo.
Binghamton State Hospital, Binghamton.
St, Lawrence State Hospital, Ogdensburg.
Rochester State Hospital, Rochester.
Kings Park State Hospital, Kings Park.
Long Island State Hospital, Brooklyn.
Manhattan State Hospital, Ward's Island.
Central Islip State Hospital, Central Islip.
Gowanda State HomcBopathic Hospital, Gowanda.
Matteawan State Hospital, Matteawan, P. 0. Fishkill-on-Hudson. For court

cases, petty criminals and female criminals,
Dannemora State Hospital, Dannemora. For male felons,

PATHOLOGICAL INSTITUTE FOR THE STATE HOS-
PITALS.— Ward's Island. Tel. 1869 Harlem.

Director, Adolf Meyer; Chief Asso. In Neurop, (until Jan. 1, 1910), C, B,
Dunlap, A. Hoch (after Jan. 1, 1910); Asso. in Clin. Psychiatry, C. Macfie Camp-
bell; Asst. Autopsies, G. Y. Rusk; Asst. in Neurop., C. I. Lambert; Asst,
Phys., D. K. Henderson.

PHYSICIANS REGISTERED AS QUALIFIED

EXAMINERS IN LUNACY IN NEW YORK COUNTY TO

July 29, 1909,



Adair, Leonard,
Adlerman, Theodore D.
Agramonte, Enrique V.
Aldrich, John.
Alger, Ellice M.
Altman, Emil.
Amabile, Felix.
Anderson, Herbert C.
Anderson, Samuel F.
Applegate, William S.
Armstrong, S. Treat.
Ashmead, Albert S.
Aspell, John.
Aten, Wm. H,
Atwood, Charles E.
Auzal, Ernst W.
Avery, Edward W.
Ayme, Edward L.
Bachmann, Eugen* 0.
Bailey, Pearce.
Bailey, Theodoius.
Bainton, Joseph H.
Ball, Geo. M.
Bang, Richard T,



Bangs, Lemuel B.
Basch, Seymour.
Barber, Calvin F,
Barnett, Solomon.
Baron, Adolpb.
Bartley, Ellas H.
Bates, William H.
Bauer, Frederick E.
Bauer, Frederick M.
Bayles, Havens B.
Beardsley, Wm. E.
Beasley, Crawford D.
Becker, Julius A.
Bedell, Charles E.
Beers, Henry S.
Bellamy, Russell.
Belt, Henry,
Benton, Stuart H.
Berendsohn, Rudolph.
Berendsohn, Wm, A.
Berg, Henry W.
Berghaus, Alexander.
Beuermann, John A,
Bieber, Joseph,



Bienenfeld, Henry L.
Bierwirth, Julius C.
Bird, James R.
Bishop, James.
Bishop, Louis F.
Bissell, J. B.
Blackman, Wm. W.
Blackmar, John S.
Blake, Joseph A.
Blake, James E.
Block, Clement.
Bloomer, Anna.
Bogart, George W.
Bogart, J, Bion.
Bohmfolk, Charles W.
Boldt, Herman J.
Bond, George F. M.
Booth, J. Arthur.
Boskowitz, George W.
Bostwick, Wm. W.
Bourke, G. R,
Bowles, Fred. J.
Bowron, Francis W.
Boynton, Perry S.



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Bradley, A. M.
Bradshaw, Laban L.
Brandt, Washington J.
Brannan, John W.
Brekes, David.
Brendon, Edwin V.
Brewer, George E.
Brickner, Walter M.
Brill, Nathan E.
Brinkman, Albert.
Bristow, Algernon T.
Brockway, A. Norton.
Brothers, Abram.
Brown, M. Belle.
Brown, W. Stuart.
Bruce, Chas, E.
Brugman, Albert F.
Brush, Arthur C.
Brush, George W.
Buffum, Charles W.
Bullard, Wm. E.
Bullman, W. F.
Bunker, Henry A.
Burch, T. Hamilton.
Burger, Anthony J.
Burrall, Frederick A.
Busche, Thomas W.
Butler, Wm. M.
Byrne, Joseph H.
Byrne, Patrick J.
Byrne, Sylvester J.
Byrne, Wilfred P.
Cabot, Follen.
Caill6, Augustus.
Campbell, George B.
Campbell, Jackson R.
Cardwell, John C.
Carleton, Edmund,
Carlisle, Chester W,
Carpenter, Elon N.
Carpenter, Frank B.
Carpenter, Frank E.
Carr, Walter L.
Carter, De Lancey.
Castelll, Enrico.
Catlln, Arnold W.
Chalmers, Thomas C.
Chamberlain, E. C.
Chase, Walter B.
Cheney, Lyman.
Chetwood, Charles H.



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