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in Syracuse.

OFFICERS.— E. P. Hall, Pres.; J. M. Keese, Vice-Pres.; E. R. Sprague, Sec. and Treas.,
501 Fayette Park, Syracuse.

WESTCHESTER COUNTY HOMOEOPATHIC SOCIETY.— Annual meeting last Wednes-
day in October, at Yonkers.

OFFICERS.— S. H. Beckwith, Yonkers, Pres.; A. C. Emmel, Mt. Vernon, Vice-Pres.; A.
H. Hardy, Mt. Vernon, Sec. and Treas.

CENTRAL. NEW YORK ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF ALBANY
MEDICAL COLLEGE.

OFFICERS.— I. S. Edsall, Pres., Middleville; F. H. Brewer, Sec, Utica; W. C. Kellogg,
Treas., Syracuse.

CENTRAL NEW YORK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Requirements for
membership: Attendance upon two consecutive meetings as delegate from a "regular"
county or city medical society, or from a hospital, asylum, or medical college within
the district. Other counties may join. Next meeting October 15, 1912, at Buffalo.
Auburn by special invitation only.

OFFICERS.— W. D. Johnson, Pres., Batavia; Lewis F. O'Neill, Vice-Pres., Auburn; J. J.
Buettner, Sec, Syracuse; C. 0. Boswell, Treas., Rochester.

LAKE KEUKA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ASSOCIATION Meets

Thursday and Friday in July, nearest the full moon.

OFFICERS.— W. R. Skinner, Pres., Geneva; F. R. Lester, Vice-Pres., Seneca Falls; E. C.
Foster, Sec. and Treas., Penn Yan.

NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF RAILWAY
SURGEONS. — Every member is employed as surgeon of a railway company. Annual
meeting the middle of November.

OFFICERS.— W. Lathrop, Hazleton, Pa., Pres.; J. W. Le Seur, Batavia, N. Y., 1st Vice-
Pres.; C. A. Pease, 2d Vice-Pres., Burlington, Vt. ; J. H. Reid, Rec Sec, Troy; G.
Chaffee, Cor. Sec, 338 47th st., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; J. K. Stockwell, Treas., Oswego, N. Y.

TRI-COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Comprises the counties of Allegany
and Cattaraugus, New York, and McKean, Pennsylvania.
Officers of meetings are the officers of the County Medical Societies in turn.

WOSIEN'S MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK STATE Organized

March 11, 1907.

OFFICERS.— H. J. C. Kuhlmann, Pres., Buffalo; A. Parry, Vice-Pres., New York; Wm. C.
Potter, Sec, Rochester; Edith A. Hatch, Treas., Buffalo.



AMSTERDAM.

AMSTERDAM CITY MEDICAL SOCIETY Monthly meeting first Tues-
day in each month. Annual meeting first Tuesday in January.
OFFICERS.— Julius Schiller, Pres.; L. H. Finch, Vice-Pres.; D. Wilson, Sec. and Treas.



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AUBURN.

AUBURN CITY MEDICAL SOCIETY Meets third Thursday evening of

each month. Annual meeting in June.

OFFICERS.— John Gerin, Pres. ; 0. H. Babbitt, Vice-Pres. ; R. C. Almy, Sec. and Treas.

BINGHAMTON.

BIXGHAMTO.V ACADEMY OF MEDICINE Organized in 1854. Mem-
bership: Regular practitioners of medicine and surgery in Binghamton and vicinity.
Meets third Tuesday evening of each month, except June, July and August, at the
Public Library, Binghamton. Annual meeting in September.

OFFICERS.— A. S. Chittenden, Pres.; Geo. S. Lape, Vice-Pres., F. L. Allen, Sec; H. I.
Johnston, Treas.

BUFFALO.

BUFFALO ACADEMY OF MEDICINE Organized May 17, 1892, by the

amalgamation of the Buffalo Medical and Surgical Association, Obstetrical Society,
Pathological Society and Clinical Society for the promotion of the science and art of
medicine. Maintains a medical library and a museum. Members must be graduates in
medicine in active practice for two years and residents of Buffalo. Surgeons and med-
ical officers of the U. S. Army, Navy and Marine Hospital Service, and physicians resid-
ing outside of the city of Buffalo, may be admitted as non-resident fellows. Annual
dues, §5 for resident fellows: $3 for non-resident fellows. Meets Tuesday evenings,
except during June, July, August and September. Annual meeting in June.

OFFICERS.— W. Scott Renner, Pres.; H. R. Trick, Sec., 605 Elmwood av. ; L. Hendee,
Treas.

BUFFALO GENERAL HOSPITAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Organ-
ized 1902. Meets at Buffalo annually

OFFICERS.— A. A. Jones, Pres.; E. B. Horton, Vice-Pres.; E. R. McGuire, Sec. and Treas.,
430 Delaware av.

BUFFALO MEDICAL CLUB — For the reading and discussion of papers.
SI'eets at residences of members on third Wednesdays, except July and August. Annual
meeting in May. \ chairman is elected to preside at each meeting.

OFFICER.— P. W. van Peyma, Sec. and Treas., 242 Norwood av.

BUFFALO OPHTHALMOLOGICAL CLUB.— Meets second Thursday even-
ing of each month, except June, July and August.
OFFICER.— Harry Weed. Sec, 405 Franklin St.

-ESCULAPIAX CLUB OF BUFFALO For the careful consideration of

subjects having to do with the science of medicine. Membership limited to twenty-
five. Meets third Thursday of each month, except June, July and August.

OFFICERS.— J. Ullman, Pres.; J. W. Charters, Vice-Pres.; W. L. Phillips, 449 Franklin
St., Sec ; A. J. Colton, Treas.

THE MEDICAL UNION — Organized in 1883. Regular meetings fourth Thurs-
day, except July and August. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— Geo. F. Cott, Pres.; N. G. Russell, Vice-Pres.: J. W. Bayliss, 592 Spring
st., Sec. and Treas.

PRACTITIONERS' CLUB — Meets first Thursday evening of each month, from
September to June, inclusive. Annual meeting first Thursday in June.

OFFICERS.— H. K. DeGroat, Pres.; J. R. Gray, Vice-Pres.; F. A. Drake, Sec. and Treas.,
409 Connecticut st.

ROSWELL PARK MEDICAL CLUB.— Meets second Monday of each month.
Annual meeting in October.

OFFICERS.— F. W. Barrows, Pres.; A. T. Lytle, Vice-Pres; W. E. Dignen. 490 Plymouth
av.. Sec; L. S. Beals, Treas.

SANITARY AND MORAL PROPHYLAXIS, BUFFALO SOCIETY

OF. — Annual meeting second Thursday in October.

OFFICERS.— L. Howe, Pres.; G. A. Lewis, Vice-Pres.; A. N. Cotton, Treas.; Robert W.
Hinds. Sec, "The Buckingham," Allen st.



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CANANDAIGUA.
CANANDAIGUA, SOCIETY OF PHYSICIANS OF THE VILLAGE

OF.— Organized in 1864. Incorporated 1892. Requirements: Residence in Canandaigua
for six months and membership in the Medical Society of the County of Ontario.
Meets second Thursday evening, except July and August. Annual meeting in January.
OFFICERS.— 0. J. Hallenbeck, Pres. ; A. W. Armstrong, Vice-Pres.; H. C. Burgess, Sec.
and Treas., Canandaigua.

CORNING.

CORNING MEDICAL. ASSOCIATION.— Organized December 1, 1899. Incor-
porated February 1, 1900. To establish a minimum uniform schedule of fees; assist
its members in collecting accounts; protect the medical profession and public from
unlicensed, fraudulent and illegal practice of medicine; establish a co-operative
supply department for purchase of supplies. Initiation fee of $2. Annual dues, $2.
Meets the first Friday of each month. Annual meeting second Monday in January.

OFFICERS.— J. N. Shumway, Pres.; C. A. Carr, Vice-Pres.; W. S. Cobb, Sec. and Treas.,
Corning.

DANSVILLE.

DANSVILLE MEDICAL, ASSOCIATION Meets first Thursday of each

month.
OFFICERS.— -C. V. Fairbanks, Pres.; J. H. Burke, Vice-Pres.; J. C. Dorr, Sec. and Treas.

DUNKIRK.

THE DUNKIRK AND FREDONIA MEDICAL SOCIETY The an-
nual meeting second Wednesday in December. The semi-annual the second Wednesday
in June. Vonthly meetings on the secod Wednesdays September to June.

OFFICERS.— G. E. Smith, Pres.; Walter H. Visburg, Vice-Pres.; W. J. Sullivan, Sec. and
Treas.

ELMIRA.

ELMIRA ACADEMY OF MEDICINE— Organized in 1852. Meets first
Wednesday of each month, except July and August. Annual meeting in December.

OFFICERS.— Herbert W. Fudge, Pres.; John C. O'Brien, Vice-Pres.; Charles Haase, Sec;
C. G. R. Jennings, Treas.

ELMIRA CLINICAL SOCIETY Meets third Monday evening at offices of

members. Annual meeting in December.
OFFICER.— A. H. Monroe, Sec. and Treas.

FULTON.

FULTON ACADEMY OF MEDICINE — Annual meeting.

OFFICERS.— A. L. Hall, Pres.; S. D. Keller, Vice-Pres.; H. P. Marsh, Sec. and Treas.

GENEVA.

GENEVA MEDICAL SOCIETY Regular monthly meetings first Thursdays

of each month. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICES.— J. J. Collie, Pres.; H. J. Knickerbocker, Vice-Pres.; J. A. Spengler, Sec;
C. F. Nieder, Treas.

GLENS FALLS.

GLENS FALLS MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY Meetings

first Thursday of month except July and August.

OFFICERS.— Benj. J. Singleton, Pres.; J. T. Park, Vice-Pres.; S. A. Rowe, Sec. and
Treas.

HORNELL.

HORNELL MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ASSOCIATION.— Meets first
Monday of each month. Annual meting in April.

OFFICERS.— J. A. Conway, Pres.; S. H. Stuart, Vice-Pres.; Frederick Robbins, Sec.
and Treas.

JAMESTOWN.

JAMESTOWN MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Meets second Thursday evenings.
Annual meeting in June.
OFFICERS.— G. F. Smith, Pres.; H. F. Hunt, Vice-Pres.; W. Sill, See. and Treas.



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JOHNSTOWN.

THE GLOVERSVILLE AND JOHNSTOWN 3IEDICAL ASSOCIA-
TION. — Meets the second Thursdays. Annual meeting first Thursday in January.

OFFICERS. — F. Beebe, Pres., Johnstown; E. F. Hagedorn, Vice-Pres., Gloversville; W.
Kennedy, Sec. and Treas., Gloversville.

LOCKPORT.

THE LOCKPORT ACADEMY OP MEDICINE Meets first Tuesday of

each month. Annual meeting June.

OFFICFRS.— F. J. Baker, Pres.; S. W. Hurd, Vice-Pres. ; R. 0. Baker, Sec; H. H. Mayne,
Treas.

MIDDLETOWN.

THE PHYSICIANS' CLUB OF MIDDLETOWN.— Meets second Thurs-
days, except July and August.

OFFICERS.— M. A. Stivers, Pres.; C. W. Dennis, Vice-Pres.; M. C. Connor, Sec. and
Treas.

MOUNT VERNON.

MOUNT VERNON MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting in May.
OFFICERS.— H. R. Charlton, Pres.; N. B. Saunders, Vice-Pres.; F. A. M. Bryant, Sec;
J. H. Tallman, Treas.

NEWBURGH.

THE NEWBURGH BAY MEDICAL SOCIETY Membership: Regular

practitioners of medicine and surgery residing in Newburgh or vicinity. Annual dues,

$5. Meets second Tuesday September, November, January and May. Annual meeting
M'arch.

OFFICERS.— A. J. Benedict, Pres.; T. 0. Vanamee, Sec; J. Deyo, Treas.

NEW YORK CITY.

BOROUGHS OF MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, THE NEW YORK.— 17, 19 and 21 W 43d st.

Library open to members 9 A. M. to 10.30 P. M. ; to the public, 9 A. M. to 2 P. M\,
Sundays and legal holidays 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. for members only. Stated meetings,
first and third Thursdays, except from June 1st to October 1st.

OFFICERS.— W. M. Polk, Pres.; L. E. Holt, G. R. Butler, W. B. James, Vice-Prests. ; J. H.
Huddleston, Rec Sec, 145 W. 78th st. ; R. H. Sayre, Treas.; E. Le Fevre, Cor. Sec; C. F.
Adams, Asst. Sec ; A. E. Judson, Stat. Sec. ; C. H. Williams, Exec. Librarian.
Trustees — A. A. Smith, Chairman; C. L. Dana, A. M. Jacobus, A. Jacobi, W. G. Thompson.
Committees — C. H. Richardson, Chairman Committee on Admission; Haven Emerson,
Chairman Committee on Library. Counsel to the Academy — H. van Sinderen.

SECTIONS.
Dermatology — J. Kingsbury, Chairman; C. M. Williams, Sec; meets first Tuesday.
Surgery — L. W. Hotchkiss, Chairman; A. S. Vosburgh, Sec; meets first Friday. Neurology
and Psychiatry — E. W. Scripture, Chairman; I. Strauss, Sec; meets second Tuesday.
Pediatrics — W. Shannon, Chairman; W. B. Hoag, Sec; meets second Thursday. Otology —
P. D. Kerrison, Chairman; C. E. Perkins, Sec; meets second Friday. Ophthalmology —
J. R. Shannon, Chairman; M. Cohen, Sec; meets third Monday. Medicine — W. L. Niles,
Chairman; L. R. Williams, Sec; meets third Tuesday. Genito-Urinary diseases — K. B.
Page, Chairman; W. B. Bruner, Sec; meets third Wednesday. Orthopedic Surgery — P. W.
Nathan, Chairman; A. H. Cilley, Sec; meets third Friday. Laryngology and Rhinology
—John McCoy, Chairman; J. H. Guntzer, Sec; meets fourth Wednesday. Obstetrics and
Gynecology — F. A. Dorman, Chairman; G. W. Kosmak, Sec; meets fourth Thursday.

FELLOWSHIPS.

Section 1. A candidate for Fellowship must be a resident of the United States of
America, and a graduate or licentiate in medicine or surgery, who has been engaged
in active medical practice for the three years immediately preceding the application
for fellowship, or who is actively engaged in scientific research, or in teaching, in
subjects allied to medicine, in a reputable institution, college, laboratory or hospital



568 MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE.

in the United States. The number of fellows residing in the City of New York shall be
limited to twelve hundred, and the number not residing in the city to two hundred
and fifty.

Section 2. A candidate for Associate Fellowship must be a resident of the United
States of America, and a graduate of a scientific institution, or college, other than
medical, dental, and pharmaceutical, who is actively engaged in scientific research,
or in teaching, in subjects allied to medicine, in a reputable institution, college,
laboratory, or hospital in the United States.

The number of Associate Fellows shall be limited to two hundred and fifty.

THE ACADEMY OF PATHOLOGICAL SCIENCE.— Meets last Friday
of each month, October to May, inclusive. Annual meeting, December.

OFFICERS.— J. D. Miller, Pres. ; J. F. Ranken, Vice-Pres. ; H. C. Sayre, Cor. Sec. &.
Treas. ; L. S. Loizeaux, Rec. Sec.

AUDUBON MEDICAL SOCIETY.

Meets the last Friday of each month from October to June, inclusive. Annual meet-
ing in January.

OFFICERS.— C. F. A. Locks, Pres. ; R. H. Dennett, 1st Vice-Pres. ; S. J. Keyes, 2d Vice-
Pres. ; T. F. Bridgman, 661 W. 180th st., Sec; T. E. Elmendorf, Treas.

THE BRONX MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Meets regularly fourth Thurs-
days, except July and August. Annual meeting May 16, 1912.

OFFICERS.— Daniel A. Sinclair, Pres. ; Wm. P. Healy, 1st Vice-Pres. ; Wm. T. Doran, 356
Lexington av., Sec. ; Thos. A. Mulcahy, Treas.

CELTIC MEDICAL SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK Candidates must be

of Irish birth or descent. Meets at members' residences third Thursday of each month.

OFFICERS.— D. A. Sinclair, Pres.; W. P. Healy, Vice-Pres.; W. T. Doran, 356 Lexington
av. , Sec; T. A. Mulcahy, Treas.

CLINICAL SEROLOGY AND HEMATOLOGY, SOCIETY FOR.— Ob-
jects, cultivation of serological and hematological methods as applied to Clinical
Medicine. Meetings second Friday in October, December, February, April. Annual
meeting in February at N. Y. Acad. Med.

OFFICERS. — H. Noguchi, Pres.; M. Warren, Vice-Pres.; D. J. Kaliski, 75 E. 81st st.,
Sec. ; W. J. Heimann, Treas.

CLINICAL SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK.— For the consideration of med-
ical and surgical topics, in their clinical and therapeutical aspects. Meets fourth
Fridays, except June, July, August and September, at residences of members. Annual
meeting in February.

OFFICERS.— J. A. Fordyce, Pres.; 6. T. Elliott, Vice-Pres.; C. F. Collins, 50 W. 55th
st., Sec and Treas.

CLINICAL SOCIETY OF THE NEW YORK POLYCLINIC MED-
ICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL.

OFFICERS.— C. R. Hancock, Pres.; W. B. Hoag, Vice-Pres.; F. E. Gardner, 616 Madison
av. , Sec; W. T. Doran, Treas.

CLINICAL SOCIETY OF THE NEW YORK POST-GRADUATE

MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL Composed of the physicians and

surgeons officially connected with the N.Y. Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital.
Meets third Fridays, except July and August, in the Hospital bldg.

OFFICERS.— H. D. Furniss, Pres.; W. J. Mac Neal, Vice-Pres.; R. Tousey, Sec, 160 W.
77th st. ; T. H. Coflin, Treas.

CLINICAL SOCIETY OF THE WEST SIDE GERMAN DISPEN-
SARY AND SCHOOL FOR CLINICAL MEDICINE — Meets first Tuesday,
except July and August.

OFFICERS.— R. N. Disbrow, Pres.; G. L. Morrison, Sec, 328 W. 42d St.; A. L. Wolbarst,
Treas.

DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK.— Membership: Recognized
standing as a dermatologist and the acceptance of a thesis by the Executive Council.
Meets fourth Tuesdays, except June, July and August. Annual meeting in Hay.

OFFICERS.— J. Kingsbury, Pres.; H. J. Schwartz, Sec, 106 E. 30th st.



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EASTERN MEDICAL, SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

— Meets second Fridays, except July, August and September. Annual meeting in De-
cember.

OFFICERS.— Samuel J. Kopetsky, Pres. ; Jos. Bieber, 1st Vice-Pres. ; Nathan 0. Ratnoff,
2d Vice-Pres.; Samuel Blauner, Rec. Sec; H. E. Isaacs, 301 E. 17th st. ( Cor. Sec;
N\ 0. Magid, Treas.

EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE, SOCIETY FOR

Annual meeting 3rd Wed. in February.

OFFICERS.— James Ewing, Pres.; P. A. Levene, Vice-Pres.; G. B. Wallace, 338 E. 26th
St., Sec; Charles Norris, Treas.

GERMAN MEDICAL, SOCIETY, NEW YORK Physicians who can show

scientific competence and have been in active practice in New York for one year
eligible to membership. Meets first Mondays, except July, August and September.
Annual meeting in December.

OFFICERS.— C. Mister, Pres.; A. Herzfeld, Cor. Sec, 22-1 W. 24th St.: H. 0. Klein, Rec.
Sec. ; S. Breitenfeld, Treas.

GERMAN PHYSICIANS, SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.— Meets fourth

Fridays, except June, July and August. Annual meeting in Way. President chosen for

each meeting. •

OFFICER.— 0. W. A. Schirmer, 123 E. 60th St., Sec.

GREATER NEW YORK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION The Medical

Association of the Greater City of New York.") — "To bring together in association
members of the profession of medicine residing in the various boroughs." Meets third
Mondays, except June, July, August and September, at 8.30 P. M., at the New York
Academy of Medicine, 17 W. 43d st. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— R. V\. VSilcox, Pres.; R. E. Van Giesen, Vice-Pres.; P. B. Porter, Rec. Sec,
128 W. S4th St.; F. C. Raynor, Cor. Sec, 157 Clinton st., Brooklyn; A. E. Gallant, Treas.

HARLEM MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Membership limited to regular grad-
uates of medicine who comply with the 'Principles of Medical Ethics" of the Ameri-
can Medical Association. Meets first Wednesdays, except July, August and September.
Annual meeting in June.

OFFICERS.— C. Goldmark, Pres.; F. C. Heckel, Vice-Pres.; F. P. Hammond. 143 W.
122d st., Sec. ; S. Oppenheimer, Treas.

HARYARD MEDICAL SOCIETY Members must be graduates of Harvard

Medical School residing in New York City. Meetings held at least once every three
months, oftener if desired, except June, July, August and September.

OFFICERS.— Ross McPherson, Pres.; Roger H. Dennett, Sec, 121 E. 38th st.

HARYEY SOCIETY. — For diffusion of knowledge of medical sciences. Annual
meeting April, 1913.

OFFICERS. — F. S. Lee, Pres.; Wm. H. Park, Vice-Pres.; H. Emerson, 120 E. 62d st., Sec;
E. K. Dunham, Treas.

HOSPITAL GRADUATES' CLUB Members of the medical profession who

are graduates of at least one year are eligible. Meets fourth Thursdays, except June
to September, inclusive. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— J. F. Erdmann, Pres.; C. G. Coakley, Sec, 53 W. 56th st. ; H. S. Houghton,
Treas.

LENOX MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY.— Meets fourth Saturday
of each month from September to May. Annual meeting in May.

OFFICERS.— C. A. McWilliams, Pres.; G. W. Kosmak, Sec and Treas., 23 E. 93d st.

MANHATTAN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY Meets first Fridays, ex-
cept July, August and September. Annual meeting in December.

OFFICERS. — M. B. Parounagian, Pres.; Louis Oulmann, Vice-Pres.; D. L. Satenstein,
155 W. 47th st., Sec and Treas.

MANHATTAN MEDICAL SOCIETY, THE.— For advancement of medicine
particularly in its clinical features. Meets fourth Fridays, except June, July and
August.

OFFICERS.— H. Stern. Pres.; F. H. Daniels, Vice-Pres.; R. McPherson, 20 W. 50th st.,
Sec. ; A. R. Carman, Treas.



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MEDICAL. JURISPRUDENCE, SOCIETY OF.— Meets second Mondays, ex-
cept July, August and September.

OFFICERS.— Reynold Webb Wilcox, Pres. ; C. P. Blaney, Cor. Sec; 0. W. Ehrhorn, Sec,
15 William st. ; J. C. West, Treas.

MEDICAL, AND SURGICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK Organized in

1833. Meets the fourth Saturdays, except from June to September, inclusive.

OFFICERS.— F. P. Kinnicutt, Pres. ; D. M. Stimson, Vice-Pres. ; W. C. Lusk, 47 E. 34th
st., Sec.

MEDICAL SOCIETIES ECONOMIC LEAGUE For medical economics,

research and the protection and promotion of the welfare of the medical profession.

OFFICERS.— 0. Rotter, Sec, 217 E. 79th st. The chairman of the Federated Societies
Delegations presides at meetings.

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE BOROUGH OF THE BRONX Meets

second Wednesdays. Annual meeting second Wednesday of January.

OFFICERS.— E. F. Hurd, Pres.; C. H. Smith, 1st Vice-Pres.; H. T. Radin, 2d Vice-Pres.;
J. B. Talmage, 847 Freeman st., Sec; C. A. Holmes, Treas.

MEDICAL UNION, NEW YORK.— Meets fourth Tuesdays, except June, July,
August and September, at residences of members. Annual meeting in February.
OFFICERS.— W. M. Lesz'ynsky, Pres.; A. G. Weed, Sec, 152 W. 57th st.

MEDICO-LEGAL SOCIETY.— For study of medical jurisprudence— chemistry,
toxicology, the medical jurisprudence of insanity, inebriety, and all branches of
psychological science. Members of the Bar, physicians and scientists are eligible.
Meets third Wednesdays, except July and August. Annual meeting in December.

OFFICERS.— Judge W. H. Francis, Newark, N. J., Pres.; A. B. Graham, Sec; J. F. Daly,
Asst. Sec; F. B. Wilson, Cor. Sec and Chairman Path. Sec, 206 B'way; Clark Bell, Sec.
and Treas., 39 B'way.

MEDICO-SURGICAL SOCIETY Members must be physicians of at least

three years' graduation. Meets October, December, March and May. Annual meeting in
December.

OFFICERS.— D. S. Dougherty, Pres.; VI. B. Brouner, Vice-Pres.; S. McCullagh, Sec, 35
Park av. ; J. A. Booth, Treas.

METROPOLITAN MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY —

Membership three years in active practice. Meets fourth Tuesdays, except June, July,
August and September. Annual meeting in December.

OFFICERS.— H. Heiman, Pres.; S. Oppenheimer, Vice-Pres.; M. H. Koles, Rec. Sec;
S. Basch, Cor Sec, 142 W. 85th st. ; G. G. Fischlowitz, Treas.

MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK Meets first and third Fridays,

except June, July, August and September.

OFFICERS.— G. E. Ashby, Pres.; Wm. Kienle, Rec. Sec, M'useum Natural History.

NEUROLOGICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK For the advancement of the

science of medicine in relation to the nervous system. Applicants must submit to
the council a satisfactory paper upon some neurological subject or a specimen illus-
trating neuropathology with description of the same in writing. Meets first Tuesdays
except July, August and September. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— L. P. Clark, Pres. ; S. E. Jelliffe, 1st Vice-Pres. ; E. G. Zabriskie, Rec. Sec.
and Treas., 37 W. 54th st.

THE NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ANESTHETISTS Meetings are held

November, February and May. Special meetings are called from time to time.

OFFICERS.— J. T. Gwathmey, Pres.; Jos. E. Lumbard, Vice-Pres.; Harold A. Sanders,
Sec and Treas., 88 Lafayette av., Bklyn.

NEW YORK SOCIETY OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, THE— Meets
fourth Wednesdays, except June to September, inclusive. Annual meeting in May.
OFFICERS.— R. I. Cole, Pres.; K. M. Vogel, Sec, 680 Madison av.

NORTHERN MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

— Meetings monthly, except July, August and September.

OFFICERS.— W. J. Robinson, Pres.; A. L. Goldwater, 1st Vice-Pres.; Alex. Goldman, 2nd
Vice-Pres.; DeWitt Stetten, Rec Sec; H. Schumer, Cor. Sec; M. Aronson, Treas.



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NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL, AND SURGICAL. SOCIETY OP
NEAV YORIv. — Regular practitioners of medicine living in New York are eligible.
Meets third Wednesdays, except June, July, August and September. Annual meeting in
December.

OFFICERS.-^Charles Ogilvy, Pres. ; Harold Barclay, Vice-Pres.; T. H. Coffen, Sec, 121
East 3Sth st.; H. L. Taylor, Treas.

OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK For the promotion of

knowledge that pertains to Obstetrics and Gynecology. All regular physicians residing
in Greater New York, who have been in practice five years, and who make obstetrics
and gynecology a prominent part of their practice, are eligible. Meets second Tues-
day-, except June to October, inclusive. Annual meeting in May.

OFFICERS.— G. G. Ward, Jr., Pres.; Samuel Brickner, 1st Vice-Pres. ; John 0. Polak.
2d Vice-Pres.; H. C. Taylor, Sec, 32 W. 50th st. ; H. Grad, Treas.

OPHTHALMOLGICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK For the interchange

of ideas on ophthalmological subjects and the presentation of cases. Members must
take special interest in ophthalmology. Meets second Mondays, except June, July,
August and September. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— R. G. Reese, Pres.; E. S. Thomson, Vice-Pres.; G. H. Bell, Sec. and Treas.,
12 W. 46th st.

OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK.— Members must be graduates in
medicine, who have an interest in aural science and art. Meets fourth Tuesdays of
January- March, May and November. Annual meeting in November.

OFFICERS.— Robert Lewis, Pres.; T. J. Harris. Sec, 117 E. 40th st.

PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, THE NEAV YORK.— For the advancement



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