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CLINICAL SOCIETY OF THE GERMAN HOSPITAL AND DIS-
PENSARY. — Meets second Friday of each month from October to May inclusive at
the German Hospital.

OFFICER.— BeWitt Stetten. 115 W. 87th St., Sec.

CLINICAL SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK.— For 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.— 0. T. Elliott, Pres.; Pearce Bailey, Vice-Pres.; David Bovaird, 137 E. 60th
St., Sec. and Treas.

CLINICAL SOCIETY OIT THE NEW^ YORK POLYCLINIC MED-
ICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL. First Mtnday, October to May. in the
Hospital Amphitheater.

OFFICERS.— W. B, Hoag, Pr«s. ; F. C. Keller, Vice-Pres.; F. E. Gardner, Treas.

CLHVICAL SOCIETY OF THE NEW^ YORK POST-GRADUATB

MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL Composed of the physicians and

surgeons ofBcially connected vi^ith the N. Y. Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital.
Meets third Fridays, except June, July, August and September, in the Hospital building.
Annual meeting third Friday in December.

OFFICERS.— Robert H. Halsey, Pres. ; J. J. Moorhead, Vice-Pres ; Wesley G, Vincent,
498 West End av.. Sec & Treas.

CLINICAL SOCIETY OF THE W^EST SIDE GERMAN DISPEN-
SARY AND SCHOOL FOR CLINICAL MEDICINE — M^eets first Tuesday,
except July and August.

OFFICERS.— R. H. Oisbrow, Pres.; G. L. Morrison Sec, 328 W. 42nd st. ; A. L. Wolbraat,
Treas.

DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, NEW^ YORK.— Membership: Recognised
standing as a dermatolagist and the acceiKance of a thesis by the Executive Council.
Meets fourth Tuesdays, except June, July and August. Annual meeting in May.

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

EASTERN MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEIV YORK.
—Meets second Fridays, except July, August and September. Annual meeting In
December.

OFFICERS.— Joseph Barsky, Pres.; N. 0. Ratnoff. 1st Vice-Pres.; G. 6. FlBchlowltB,
2d Vice-fres. ; S. J. Scadron. Rec. Sec; H. E. Isaacs, 301 E. 17th St., Cor. «ec. ; Herman
Lorber, Treaa.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE. 679

EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE, SOCIETY FOR

Annual meeting 3d Wednesday in February.

OFFICERS. —James Ewing, Pres. ; Cyrus W. Field, Vice-Pres. ; Holmes C. iackson,
Sec., 338 E. 26th St.; Charles Norris, Treas.

GERMAN MEDICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK.— Physhifana who can •how
Eclentlfic 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.— G. Seligraann, Pres.; A. Herzfeld. Cor. Sec, 224 W. 24th st. ; H. RehllnR,
Rec. See. ; S. Breitenfeld, Treas.

GERMAN PHYSICIANS, SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.— Meets fourth
Fridays, except June, July and August. Annual meeting in Hay. President chosen for
each meeting.

OFFICER.— «. W. A. Schlrmer, 46 E. 75th 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." IfTeets third
Mondays, except June, July, August and September, at 8.30 P. M., at the New York
Academy of Medicine, 17 W. 43rd st. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— R. W. Wilcox, Pres., Kew York; R. E. Van Giesen, Vice-Prea., Bklyn. ; P. B.
Porter, Rec. Sec, 128 W. 84th st., New York; F. C. Raynor, Cor. Sec, 184 Joraleman ft.,
Brooklyn; A. E. Gallant, Treas., New York.

HARLEM aiEDICAL ASSOCIATION Membership limited to regular grad-

uares of medicine who comply with the "Principles of Medical Ethics" of the Ameri-
can Medical Asso'ciation. Meets first Wednesdays, except July, August and September.
Annual meeting in June.

OFFICERS.— F. C. Meckel, Pre."?. ; Seymour Oppenhelm, Vlce-Pres. ; F. P. Hammond.
151 W. 122d St., Sec; John F. Connors, Treas.

HARVARD MEDICAL SOCIETY Members must be graduates of Harvard

Medical School residing in New York City. Meets on the fourth Saturday in November,
January and April; oftener if desired.

OFFICERS.— John H. Huddleston, Pres.; Roger H. Dennett, Sec, 120 E. 38th st.

HARVEY SOCIETY.— For diffusion of knowledge of medical science.

OFFICERS.— Fred S. Lee, Pres.; W. G. MacCallum. Vice-Pres.; A. B. Wadsworth, 114
W. 55th St., Sec; E. K. Dunham, Treas.

HOSPITAL GRADUATES' CLUB.— Members of the medical profession who
are hospital graduates of at least one year are eligible. Meets fourth ThursdayB,
except June to September, inclusive. Annual meeting In January.

OFFICERS.— T. S. Southworth, Pres.; C. G. Coakley, Sec, 53 W. 56th sf . : H. S.
Houghton, Treas.

LENOX MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY Weets fourth Saturday

of each month from September to May. Annual meeting in May.

OFFICERS.— C. A. Dixon, Pres.; G. W. Kosmak, Sec. and Treas., 23 E. 95d st.

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

OFFICERS.— Loui.s Oulmann, Pres.; D. L. Satenstein, 155 W. 47th St., Vice-Pres., See.
and Treas

MANHATTAN MEDICAL SOCIETY, THE For advancement of

medicine, particularly in its clinical features. iMeets fourth Fridays, except Jui»«,
July and August.

OFFICERS.— B. T. Tilton, Pres.; W. H. Stewart. Vice-Pres.; H. «ays, 11 W gist at,.
Sec ; A. R. Carman, Treas.

MEDICAIi JURIsJPRUDEXCE, SOCIETY OF ^Meets second Mondays,

except July, August and September. Annual meeting in December.

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

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY, NEW^ YORK.— Organlr.cd in
1833. Meets the fourth Saturdays, except from June to September, inclusive. Annual
meeting in January.

OFFICERiS.— A. A. Smith. Pre?.: W. Gllman Thompson, Vice-Pres.; John A. Hartwell,
r r. 63d Kt.. Sec



680 MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF XEW YORK STATE.

MEDICAL. SOCIETY OF THE BOROUGH OF THE BROXX.—Meets

second Wednesdays. Annual meeting second Wednesday of January.

OFFICERS. — I. M. Heller, Pres. ; C. H. Smith, 1st Vice-Pres. ; H. T. Radin, 2d Vice-
Pres. ; J. J. Decker, 1939 Washington av., Sec; C. A. Holmes, Treas. ; W. A. Boyd, Fin.
Sec.

MEDICAL UXIO\, \EW YORK — Meets fourth Tuesdays, except June, July,
August and September, at residences of members. Annual meeting in February.
OFFICERS.— Wolff Freudenthal, Prt.s. ; A. G. Weed, Sec, 152 W. 57th st.

MEDICO-LEGALi 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 Wednesday, except July and August. Annual m.eeting in December.

OFFICER'S.— T. D. Crothors, Hartford, Conn., Pres.; Clark Bell. Sec. and Treas.,
39 Broadway.

MEDICO-SURGICAL SOCIETY Members must be physicians of at least

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

OFFICERS.— W. B. Brouner, Pres.; W. E. Ramsay, Vice-Pres.; S. McCullagh. Sec, 35
Park av. ; J. A. Booth, Trea.5.

METROPOLITW 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.— S. Oppenheimer, Pres.; Henry Wolf. Vice-Pres.; M. H. Koles, Rec Sec;
H. Schwartz, Cor. Sec, 50 E. 91st st. ; G. G. Fischlowitz, Treas.

MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY, XEW YORK.— Meets first and third Fridays,
except June, July, August and September.
OFFICERS.— G. E. Ashby, Pres.; Wm. Kienle, Rec. Sec, Museum Natural History.

NEW YORK ASSOCIATION OF THE MEDICAL RESERVE

CORPS OF THE U. S. ARMY Composed of members of the Medical Reserve

Corps in New York state and associate members and officers from adjacent states
"where there is no such organization. Meets second Saturday in November, February
and April. Annual meeting in November.

OFFICERS.— Henry C. Coe, Pres.; Thomas H. Darlington, Vice-Pres.; Harold Hays, Sec,
11 W. gist St.; H. Sheridan Baketel, Treas.

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.— S. E. Jelliffe, Pres.; C. E. Aiwood, Rec. Sec. and Treas., 14 E. 60th st.

THE NEAV YORK SOCIETY OP ANESTHETISTS.— M^eetings are held

October, December, .arch and May. Special meetings are called from time to time.

OFFICERS.— Joseph E. Lumbard, Pres.; F. W. Pinneo, Vice-Pres.; Harold A. Sanders,
Sec. and Treas., 864 St. Johns Place, 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.; N. R. Norton, Sec, 113 E. 70th st.

NORTHERN MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

—Meetings monthly, except July, August and September. Annual meeting in April.
OFFICERS.— W. J. Robinson, Pres. ; A. L. Goldwater, 1st Vice-Pres. ; Alex. Goldman, 2nd
Vice-Pres.; Carl F. A. Eggers, Rec. Sec; H. Schumer, Cor. Sec, 770 Hewitt pi.; M.
Aronson, Treas.

NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY OF
NEW YORK. — 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.; A. E. Bieser, Sec, 317 W.
58th St.: H. L. Taylor. Treas.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE. 68l

OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK.— For the promotion of
knowledge that pertains to Obstetrics and Gynecology. All regular physicians residing
la Greater New York, who have been in practice five years, and who make obstetrics
and gynecology a prominent part of their practice, are eligible. Heets second Tues-
days, except June to October, inclusive. Annual meeting in Hay.

Of FICtRS.— V\. C. Taylor, Pres. ; Samuel Brickner, Isi Vice-Pres. ; Austin Flint, Jr., 2a
Vice-Pres. ; Reginald Rawls, Sec, 320 Central Park West; H. Grad, Treas.

OPHTHALMOLOGICAL. 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.— E. S. Thomson, Pres.; J. H. Claiborne, Vice-Pres.; H. H. Tyson, Sec. and
Treas., 47 W. 51st st.

OTOLOGICAL, SOCIETY, NEW^ YORK Members must be graduates In

medicine, who have an interest in aural science and art. Weets fourth Tuesdays of
January, March, Uay and November. Annual meeting in November.

OFFICLRS.— Robert Lewis, Pres.; n. H. Haskin, Sec, 40 E. 41st st.

PATHOLOGICAL, SOCIETY, THE NEW^ YORK.— For the advancement
ef the knowledge of pathological anatomj. histology and general pathology. Candi-
dates must be licensed physicians and must present the recommendation of three mem-
bers of the society, and, if not members of either the Medical Society of the County
of New York or the New York Academy of Medicine, a medical diploma. Heets second
Wednesdays, except June, July, August and September. Anniversary meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— A. B. Wadsworth, Pres.; R. A. Lambert, Sec, 437 W. 59th st. ; F. C. Wood,
Treas.

PHYSICIANS' ASSOCIATION, THE NEW^ YORK Object: The ad-
vancement in medical science and the maintenance of a high standard of profeislonal
conduct. Members limited to legally qualified practitioners in New York State. Meets
fourth Thursdays, except July, August and September. Annual meeting Dec. 31.

OFFICERS.— Charles Herrman, Pres.; Dexter D. Ashley, 1st Vice-Pres.; Ross McPheraon,
2d Vice-Pres.; Armin Nettle, Sec, 213 E. 18th st. ; S. Ipstein, Treas.

PHYSICIANS' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION, THE NEW YORK.—

To aid all families of deceased members and assisting sick members in temporary
ne«d. Candidates must be in active practice, under 45 years of age, and in good
health. Physical examination required. Annual meeting third Tuesday in January.

OFFICERS.— W. F. Hittendorf, Pres.; W. C. Phillips, 1st Vice-Pres.; J. W. Ingalls, 2d
Vice-Pres.; A. E. Davis, Rec Sec; W. B. Jennings, Cor. Sec, 140 Wadsworth av. ; D.
Lewis, Treas.

PRACTITIONERS' SOCIETY OP NEW YORK, THE — Heets first Fri-
days, except from June to September, inclusive. Annual meeting in May.

OFFICERS.— J. W. Brannan, Pres.; J. C. Roper, Sec, 276 W. 73d st.

PSYCHIATRICAL SOCIETY OP NEW^ YORK To promote interest of

psychiatry and stimulate its study. Meets first Wednesdays March, May and November.
Annual meeting first Wednesday in January.

OFFICERS.— C. L. Dana, Pres.; S. J. Brooks, Sec, Harrison.

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY OP i;VARD'S ISLAND Maintained by th«

physicians of the Manhattan State Hospital and the Psychiatric Institute. ITeetlngs
last Mondays September to April.

OFFICERS.— A. Hoch, Pres.; G. E. Meyers, Sec, Ward's Island.

PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK.— For study and
advancement of psychoanalysis in application to nervous and mental disease and to
psychology. Annual meeting fourth Tuesday in December.

OFFICERS.— H. W. Frlnk, Pres.; B. Onuf, Vice-Pres.; A. A. Brill, Sec, 55 flentral
Park W.

RIVERSIDE PRACTITIONERS' SOCIETY, NEW^ YORK CITY

■eets fourth Tuesday. October to May. Annual meeting, 4th Tuesday In January.

OFFICERS.— L. M. Hubby, Pres.; Eli Long, Vice-Pres.; B. Wallace Hamilton, Sec,
125 W. 76th St. : T. W. Kilmer, Treas.



682 MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE.

ROMAN MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Organized In Rome for the promotion ot pr»-
feiBlonal knowledge. Meets the nineteenth (or Monday the twentieth) ol February,
April and November. Annual meeting in April.

OFFICERS.~D. L. Halght, Pres. L Treas. ; J. G. Curtis, Sec, 437 W. 59th St..

SEROLOGY AND HEMATOLOGY, SOCIETY FOR.— Objects: Cultlra-
tlon of serological and hematological methods as applied to clinical medicin*.
Meetings first Friday in October, December, February, April. Annual meeting In
February at N.Y. Acad. Med.

OFFICERS.— R. Weil, Pres.; W. H. Manwarlng, Vlce-Prea. ; D. J. Kallskl, 1078 iadlion
ay. ; Sec. ; R, Ottenberg, Treas.

SOCIETY OF SANITARY AND MORAL PROPHYLAXIS, THE.—

Meets second Thursday of February, April, October and December.

OFFICERS.— E. L. Keyes, Jr., Pres.; Stephen Smith, 1st Vice-Pres. ; F. L. Stetson, 2d
Vlce-Pres. : E. R. A. Seligman, 3d Vice-Pres.; Henry P. de Forest, Sec, 150 W. 47th it.;
Andrew J. Gllmour, Treas.

SURGICAL SOCIETY, THE NEW YORK Composed of consulting, Tlsit-

Ing, and assisting surgeons of New York hospitals. M'eets second and fourth Wednes-
days from October to May, Inclusive. In December and May, fourth Wednesday meeting
!■ omitted. Annual meeting second Wednesday In April.

OFFICERS.— Fred. Kammerer, Pres.; Eugene H. Pool, Sec, 107 E. 60th st.

THERAPEUTIC CLUB, THE Private medical and social organltatlon

which meets 4th ^Monday, except May to October, Inclusive. Annual meeting January.
Sec and Treas., Henry A. Grlffln, 53 W. 54th st.

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MEDICAL SOCIETY — Meeting, third
Friday In October, January and March.
OFFICERS.— B. P. Riley, Pres.; A. C. Crump, Sec. and Treas., 20 W. 50th st.

UROLOGICAL SOCIETY, NEW YORK Meets 1st Wednesdays Oct.. D««.

and Feb. Annual meeting, 1st' Wednesday In April.

OFFICERS.— B. S. Barringer, Pres.; J. J. Valentine, Vice-Pres.; 0. R. O'Crowley, S«c.,
12 Lombardy st., Newark, N. J.; Victor C. Pedersen, Treas.

VALENTINE MOTT MEDICAL SOCIETY Meets fourth Tuesday of

each month. Annual meeting in June.

OFFICERS. — D. MacPherson, Pres.; E. 0. Hull, Vice-Pres.; Joseph E. Lumbard, Sec.
aad Treas., 1925 7tb av.

W^ASHINGTON HEIGHTS MEDICAL SOCIETY — Ifeets fourth Tuee-
days. Annual meeting, fourth Tuesday, January.

OFFICERS.— Frank E. E. Shaw, Pres. ; Henry B. Henson. Walter H. Holdridge, Vlce-
Presta. ; Roger Dennet, 120 E. 38th St., Sec; R. H. Rose, Treas.

WEST END MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Membership, five years since graduation,
and three years' residence and practice in the Borough of Manhattan, west of 8th av..
between 59th and llOth sts. Meets fourth Saturdays, except June, July, August and
leptember. Annual meeting December.

OFFICERS.— W. H. Rockwell, Pres.; J. D. McBarron. Vice-Pres.; E. V. Hubbard, Sec,
11 E. 4gth St.; Eli Long, Treas.

WEST SIDE CLINICAL SOCIETY For medical research. Meets Becond

Thursdays, except July, August and September. Date of annual election second Thuri-
day In December.

OFFICERS.— J. P. Miller, Pres.; H. E. Plummer, 111 W. 77th st.. Sec; C. W. Lynn,
Treas.

WIDOW^S AND ORPHANS OF MEDICAL MEN. NEW YORK

SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF To give relief to widows and orphans of

members. Application may be made through a member of the Society. Initiation fe«
125; annual dues $10; (100 constitutes a life membership. Annual meeting at the
Academy of Medicine third Wednesday in November.

OFFICERS.— E. Gruening, Pres.; L. A. CofBn. L. F. Bishop, W. B. Ohaa». Vlce-Preat*. ;
A. F. Currier, Sec, 17 W. 43d St.; E. H. Squibb, Treas.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE. 683

\% OMEN'S MEDICAL, ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK CITY, THE.

—(Formerly the Alumnae Association of the Women's Medical College of the N. Y. Inf.).
Members must be graduates of regular medical colleges. Meets third Wednesdaya, tx-
cept December and from June to September, inclusive. Annual meeting In ITay.

OFFICERS.— Annette Lamphear, Pres. ; S. Radcliffe, 1st Vlce-Pres. ; Ethel Brown, Id
V!ce-Pres. ; E. L. Jefferis, Cor. Sec, 109 E. 56th St.; Margaret Sullivan, Roc. $•<:. ;
M. J. Peebles, Treas.

YORKVILLE MEDICAL. SOCIETY Meetings third Mondays, except from

June to October. Annual meeting 2d Monday in November.

OFFICERS.— Andrew Van Grimm, Pres. ; S. Breitenfeld, 1st Vice-Pres. ; J. Heckman, 2d
Vlce-Pres.; Nathan Goodfriend. Rec. Sec; Henry Krauskopf. Cor. Sec; 1133 Lexlngtoa
ar. ; Herman Fisher, Treas.

AL,r3I\I ASSOCIATIONS.

BELLEVUE HOSPITAL, SOCIETY OF ALUMNI OF.— Active memben
>haU be selected from ex-house physicians and surgeons of Bellevue Hospital. Ther»
•re also associate members (those still on the house staff of the hospital), permanent
associate members (those on the visiting staff and externes who have received a
diploma), and honorary members. Meets first Wedensdays, except July, August and
September. Officers and committees are elected in December. Installation of President-
elect In January.

OFFICERS.— H. M. Silver, Pres.; G. D. S. Stewart, Vlce-Pres.; H. B. Blackwell, lee,
148 W. 58th St.; R. J. Wilson, Treas.

BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL, ALUMM ASSOCIATION OF.— ie«U

monthly from October to May. Annual meeting In December.

OFFICERS.— I. S. Hirsch. Pies.; D. Sheitlis, Vice-Pres.; I. 0. Palefskl, Sec, Monteflort
Home; A. Jaccbi, Tieas,

CITY HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF Candidates must hav*

•erved a term as house physician or surgeon in the City (Charity) Hospital. Meeti
third Wednesdays, except June, July, August and September, at 8.50 P. M. Annual
meeting In December.

OFFICERS.— A. A. Woore, Pres.; D. G. Likely, Sec, 44 W. 96th St.; Louis Cassamajor,
Treas.

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, ALU»INI ASSOCI-
ATION OF— To promote the interests of the College of Physicians and Surgeont In
th« work of medical education. Graduates of the College of Physicians and Surgeon*
In good standing In the profession, or engaged In other honorable occupations, may
become members upon notifying the Secretary, subject to the approval of the Executive
Council. Annual dues three dollars. Life membership fifty dollars. Annual meeting
In January. Spring meeting in May.

OFFICERS.— W, Mendelson, Pres.; H. E. Hale, Sec. 770 West End av. ; F. C. Wood, Trea«,

FRENCH HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF.— Meetings every
two months from September to May.

OFFICERS.— M. I. Blank, Pres.; J. R. Foshay. Vice-Pres.; L. M. Alofsln. Sec, *t W.
34th St.; M. Stark, Treas.

GERMAN HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE, IN THE
CITY OF NEW YORK Meets in April, October and one of the winter months.

OFFICERS.— E. Adams, Pres.; J. R. Jacoby, Vice-Pres.; C. F. A. Eggers, Rec. C«e. ;
A. {. Garbat, Cor. Sec, 71 E. 91st st. ; A. M. Hellman, Treas.

GOUVERNEUR HOSPITAL, ALUMNI SOCIETY.— Meets Spring aa«
autumn.

OFnCERS.— C. E. Perkins, Pres.; J. L. Shiels, Vice-Pres.; 6. W. Faber, 300 W. 49th St.,
Sec & Treas.

J. HOOD W^RIGHT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, ALLTMNI ASSOCI-
ATION OF.

OFFICERS.— H. B. Henson, Pres.; A. J. Wlttson, Vlce-Pres.; J. E. Lumbard, Sec eat
Treas . 1926 7th ar.



684 MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE.

LEBANON HOSPITAL., SOCIETY OF ALUMNI OF — Candidates must
have diplomas as Internes in Lebanon Hospital. Attending physicians and surgeons to
Lebanon Hospital and resident members of house staff are eligible to associate member-
«hlp. lU'eets first Tuesdays, October to May. Annual meeting December.

OFFICERS.— H. T. Radio, Pres. ; M. R. Bookman, Vice-Pre.s. ; S. Steiner, 909 Cauldwell
av.. Sec. and Treas.

LYING-IN HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF.— Meetings February
12 and May 13. Annual meeting November 11.

OFFICERS.— B. W. Ricketts, Pres.; T. G. Lusk, 1st Vice-Pres. ; R. W. Vermilye, 2d
and Treas., 1161 Park av.

MT. SINAI HOSPITAL, ASSOCIATED ALUMNI OF — ^Meets annually In
February.

OFFICERS. — Israel Straus, Pres.; M. H. Bass, Vice-Pres.; B. Crohn, Sec, 23 E. 88th it.;
A. Epstein, Treas.

NEW YORK HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF — Meets in
December and April.

OFFICERS.— W. R. Williams, Pres.; E. L. Keyes, Jr., Vice-Pres.; Jamea fireenway, Sec,
I W. 16th St.; William Van V. Hayes, Treas.

NEW YORK SKIN & CANCER HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIA-
TION OF. — Annual meeting in June.

OFFICERS. —B. W. Ricketts, Pres.; F. G. Lusk, 1st Vice-Pres.; R. W. Vermilye, 2d
Vice-Pres.; F. Wise, Sec, 828 Lexington av. ; H. A. Pulsford, Treas.

ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF — Graduates of
Roosevelt Hospital are eligible. Meets third Friday of November, January, March and
arat Friday of May. Annual meeting in Hay.

OFFICERS.— Hugh Auchinclose, Pres.; Peter Irving, Vice-Pres.; P, If. Barker, Sec,
121 W, 57th St.; H. D. Collins, Treas.

ST. JOHN'S GUILD HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN, ALUMNI AS-
SOCIATION OF. — Those who have served one or more seasons, as regular ap-
pointees of the Medical Board, as resident physicians at the Seaside Hospital of St.
John's Guild or physicians on the Floating Hospital, are eligible for membership.
Beets November and April. Annual meeting November.

OFFICERS.— M. Leale, Pres.; W. M. Hartshorn, Vice-Pres.; C. S. Boyd, Sec, 52 Wert
84th St. ; TenE. Elmendorf, Treas.

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL, SOCIETY OF THE ALUMNI OP — Ex-
internes of St. Luke's Hospital are eligible.

OFFICERS.— R. S. Hooker, Pres.; K. M. Vogel, Vice-Pres.; A. E. Neergaard, Sec, 617
West End av. ; F. Beekman, Treas.

ST. MARK'S HOSPITAL, SOCIETY OF ALUMNI OF.

eFFICET^S.- H. G. Watson, Pres.; J. P. Miller, Vice-Pres.; F. Schmidt, 222 E. 53d at..
Sec. ; C. F. Meinhardt, Treas.

SLOANE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN, SOCIETY OF ALUMNI OF —

Graduates of the Sloane Hospital for Women, in good standing, are eligible. ieetj
fourth Friday in January, April and October. Annual dinner in April.

OFFICERS.— Arthur W. Bingham, Pres.; George W. Kosmak, 1st Vlce-Pree. ; Alfred I.
Spaulding, 2d Vice-Pres.; A. Vander Veer, Jr., Rec Sec; E. M. Colie. Jr., 188 W.- 59th
&t., Cor. Sec: S. M". Milliken, Treas.

WOMAN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY (Formerly the Alumni Association of

the Woman's Hospital.) Physicians who are graduates or who are or have been at-
tending or assistant surgeons, or who are or have been Pathologists, Anaesthetlflts,
Cystoscopists or Radiographers in the Woman's Hospital, are members, and, upon
signing the constitution and payment of dues, become active members. Meets fourth
Tuesday of October, December, February and April.

OFFICERS.- Wm. M. Ford, Pres.; W. P. Conaway, Vice-Pres.; R. E. Pou. 20 W. 5(Hh at..
Sec and Treas.



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BOROUGHS OF BROOKLYN, QUEESS AND RICHMOND.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOS-
PITAL. — Graduates of the Long Island College Hospital, in good standing in the
pioitsSiCn, ui engaged in other honorable occupation, are eligible. Annual dues, }I.
Annual meeting is held during commencement week as decided by board of managers.



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