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six months after the 13th day of May. 1907. A license to practice osteopathy shall not
permit the holder thereof to administer drugs or perform surgery with the use of
instruments. Licenses to practise osteopathy shall be registered in accordance with
the provisions of this article, and the word osteopath be included in such registration;
and such license shall entitle the holder thereof to the use of the degree D.O., or
doctor of osteopathy.

Sec. 174. PENALTIES AND THEIR COLLECTION'. Any person who, not being then law-
fully authorized to practise medicine within this State and so registered according
to law, shall practise medicine within this State without lawful registration, or in
violation of any provision of this article; and any person who shall buy, sell, or
fraudulently obtain any medical diploma, license, record, or registration, or who
shall aid or abet such buying, selling or fraudulently obtaining, or who shall
practise medicine under cover of any medical diploma, license, record, or registra-
tion illegally obtained, or signed, or issued unlawfully or under fraudulent repre-
sentations, or mistake of fact in a material regard, or who, after conviction of
a felony, shall attempt to practise medicine, or shall so practise, and any person
who shall in connection with his name use any designation tending to imply or



804 MEDICAL LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

designate him as a practitioner of medicine within the meaning of this article without
having registered in accordance therewith, or any person who shall practise medicine
or advertise to practise medicine under a name other than his own, or any person
not a registered physician who shall advertise to practise medicine, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor. Any person who shall practise medicine under a false or assumed
name, or who shall falsely personate another practitioner or former practitioner
of a like or different name, shall be guilty of a felony. When any prosecution under
this article, or under sections SO, 81, 82, 1142, 1747 of the penal law, and any
amendments thereto, is made on the complaint of any incorporated medical society
of the SEate, or any county medical society entitled to representation in a State
society, any fines collected shall be paid to the society making the complaint, and
any excess of the amount of fines so paid over the expense incurred to the said
society In enforcing the medical laws of this State shall be paid at the end of the
year to the couniy treasurer.



BOARD OF HEALTH OF NEW YORK CITY.

CORSER CESTRE AVD WMKER STREETS.
Tel. 6280 Franklin.

OFFICERS.

Ernst J. Lederle, Ph.D President

J. J. O'Conneil, W.D Health Officer of the Port

Rhiaelander Waldo Commissioner of Police

Eugene W. Scheffer Secretary

H. M. Biggs, M.D General Medical Officer

MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD.

T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D., L. Emmett Holt, M.D.,

Abraham Jacobi, M.D.. Simon Flexner, H. D.,

A. Alexander Smith. M.D., 7ohn A. McCorkle, M.D.,

Joseph D. Bryant, M.D., G. A. Butler, M.D.,

Wiliiam M. Polk, M.D., W. B. James, M.D.
John Winters Brannan, H.D.,

SERVICES RENDERED PHYSICIANS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
The Division of Communicable Diseases of the Department of Health places at the
disposal of the physicians of New York City the following services free of charge:

DIAGNOSIS LABORATORY, CENTRE AND VSALKER STREETS, MAN>HATTAN.
Examination of cultures for diphtheria bacilli, of sputum for tubercle bacilli, of
blood for the Widal reception of typhoid fever, of urine for the Diazo reaction of
typhoid fever, of blood for the Plasmodium of malaria, and of spinal fluid for
meningococci.

SEROLOGICAL LABORATORY, CENTER AND WALKER STREETS, MANHATTAN.

Examination of specimens of blood for the Wassermann reaction of syphilis, and
for the complement-fixation reactions of gonorrhoeal and glanders infection, and of
pus for the presence of gonococci.

OUTFITS FOR FORV^ARDING SPECIMENS.

Outfits for obtaining specimens may be had at any of the drug stores acting as
supply stations of the Department of Health — a full list of which is appended. Full
information and directions are given with each outfit.

TUBERCULOSIS:

(a) Home Care of Patients: On request of the attending physician nurses of the
Department will visit consumptives at their homes to give all necessary instructions
as to the care of expectoration, etc., to furnish sputum cups, to make arrangements
for removal of patient to hospital, and for the furnishing of charitable aid.

(b) Disinfection: On vacation of premises previously occupied by consumptives,
the Department will order the premises renovated or will fumigate the rooms with
formaldehyde and disinfect the bedding.

(c) Tuberculosis Clinics: [Note: All clinics have special classes for children on
Saturday from 10 a. m. to noon.] Manhattan, 307 W. 33d st. and 8th av. Hours 2
to 4 p. m. week days: 8 to 9 p. m. Thursdays. 420 E. 116th st. (for Italians). Hours
10 a. ra. to 12 noon week days; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 4 p. m. ; 8 to
9 p. m. Tuesdays. 81 2d st. Hours 2 to 4 p. m. week days: Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, 10 a. ra. to noon; 8 to 9 p. m. Thursdays. 22 Vandam st. Hours 2 to 4
p. m. week days; 8 to 9 p. m. Thursdays.

The Bronx— Third av. and St. Paul's pi. Hours 2 to 4 p. m. week days: 8 to 9 p. ra.
Thursdays. 439 E. 139th st. Hours 10 a. m. to 12 noon week days; 8 to 9 p. ir..
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Brooklyn— Flatbush av. and Willoughby st. Hours 2 to 4 p. m. week days; night
rlinics for whole of Brooklyn S to 9 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. 362 Bradford st.
Hours 2 to 4 p. m. week days; 8 to 9 p. m. Thursdays. 55 Sumner av. Hours 2 to
4 p. m. • Thursdays 8 to 9 p. m. Eastern District, 306 S. 5th st. Hours 2 to 4 p. m.
week days.

Queens— 10 Union av., Jamaica. Hours 2 to 4 p. m. week days.

Richmond — Bay st., Stapleton. Hours 2 to 4 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.

Special throat classes in all clinics except Queens and Richmond.

(d) Hospital Admission Bureaus, 426 1st av., Manhattan, and 327 Schermerhorn st.,
Brooklyn. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. All applicants for admission to tuberculosis
hospitals are to be referred to these bureaus, either in person, by letter, or by
telephone.

(e) Sanatorium Treatment: Incipient cases can be referred to a Hospital Admis-
sion Bureau or to the nearest tuberculosis clinic; if suitable they will be admitted
to the Otisville Sanatorium of the Department of Health, or to the New York State
Hospital for Tuberculosis at Ray Brook, N. Y,

(f) Day Camps: Middletown, foot of E. 91st st., Manhattan. Rutherford, foot of
Fulton St., Brooklyn. Disused ferryboats on which cases of tuberculosis are cared for
during the day. Applicants should be referred to their nearest tuberculosis clinic.

TYPHOID FEVER: Immunization of all persons exposed to infection with typhoid
fever; disinfection of bedding; investigation of source of infection, etc.

CEREBRO-SPINAL MENINGITIS: Assistance in maintaining quarantine; disinfection of
rooms and bedding. Injection of Flexner's antimeningococci serum.

ACUTE POLIOMYELITIS: Maintenance of quarantine; disinfection of rooms and bedding.

MALARIA: Investigation of source of infection.

UNSANITARY CONDITIONS: Investigation and remedying of all unsanitary conditions,
such as faulty plumbing, etc.

CIRCULARS OF INFORMATION: The following circulars of information are issued and
will be sent on request:

"Consumption: How to Avoid Getting It, Etc." (13 languages.)

"Advice for Persons Suffering from Pulmonary Tuberculosis." (4 languages.)

"Information Regarding the Clinics for the Treatment of Communicable Pulmonary
Diseases."

"Regarding Measures Adopted by the Board of Health for the Sanitary Supervision
of Tuberculosis in New York City."

"Importance of Bacteriological Examinations in the Early Diagnosis of Pulmonary
Tuberculosis."

"What You Should Know About Tuberculosis." A text book for children.

"Dangers of Dry Sweeping and Dusting." (5 languages.)

"Information Regarding Consun\ption Cures." (Also printed in Italian.)

"Handbook of Help for Consumptives."

"A Consumption Catechism."

"Regarding Immunization Against Typhoid Fever."

"Regarding Typhoid Fever, the Widal Test, the Diazo Reaction and the Importance
of Disinfection of Urine."

"How to Avoid the Contraction and Prevent the Spread of Typhoid Fever"
(hanging card).

"The Causation and Prevention of Malaria and the Life History and Examination
of Mosquitoes."

"Regarding Syphilis and Gonorrhoea: Notification: Diagnosis."

"Regarding the Causation and Prevention of Cerebrospinal Meningitis."

"Regarding Acute Poliomyelitis. Information for Physicians."

"Regarding Acute Poliomyelitis. Information for the Public."

"Handbook of Routine Procedure of the Division of Communicable Diseases."

LEGAL DUTIES OF PHYiSICIANS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

1. All physicians practising in the City of New York (including those In public
Institutions) must be registered with the Department of Health.

2. An attending physician must furnish a certificate of death within thirty-six
hours after the death of the patient, or, if death be due to a contagious or infectious
disease, forthwith.

3. If a person dies from criminal violence, or by a casualty, or suddenly when In
apparent health, or when unattended by a physician, or in prison, or In any sus-
picious or unusual manner, the case must be referred to a Coroner.



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4. It shall be the duty of every physician to report to the Department of Health,
in writing, the full name, age, and address of every person suffering from any one
of the infectious diseases included in the list appended, with the name of the dis-
ease, within twenty-four hours of the time when the case is first seen.

K. — Contagious (very readily communicable): Measles, rubella (rotheln), scarlet
fever, small-pox, varicella (chicken-pox), typhus fever, relapsing fever.

B. — Communicable: Diphtheria (croup), typhoid fever, Asiatic cholera, tuberculosis
(of any organ), plague, tetanus, anthrax, glanders, epidemic cerebro-spinal menin-
gitis, leprosy, infectious diseases of the eye (trachoma, suppurative conjunctivitis),
puerperal septicaemia, erysipelas, whooping cough, acute poliomyelitis (infantile
paralysis).

C. — indirectly communicable (through intermediary host): Yellow fever, malarial
fever.

5. Physicians must report birth occurring in their practice within ten days after
the event.

6. Every physician must preserve a duplicate record of every death and birth so
reported.

S.B. — Any violation of the Sanitary Code is a misdemeanor. (See 1172, Chap. 466.
Laws of 1901.)

RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH RELUISG TO PHVSiCUNS.

1. Reports of cases of contagious diseases, of births, of still-births, and of deaths
must be written with black ink, upon blank forms provided by the Department,
which will be furnished upon application, personally or by mail.

2. Certificates of death will be returned for additional information which give
any of the following diseases, without explanation, as the sole cause of death:

Abortion, Erysipelas, Meningitis, Phlebitis,

Cellulitis, Gangrene, Metritis, Pyaemia,

Childbirth, Gastritis, Miscarriage, Septicaemia,

Convulsions, Haemorrhage, Peritonitis, Tetanus.

(Any one of these may be the result of an injury, and thus be a subject for inves-
tigation bj- a Coroner. !f it is not, the certificate should make that fact plain.)

Physicians are also required, in accordance with Section 133 of the Sanitary
Code, to report to the Department of Health, among other diseases, all cases of
tuberculosis, typhofd fever, cerebro-spinal meningitis, malaria, and acute poliomye-
litis. They are also requested to report all cases of venereal diseases.

2. All changes of address and discontinuance of treatment on the part of
their consumptive patients are to be reported to the Department of Health once
a month.

5. All necessary precautions must be taken to prevent the spread of the disease,
e.g., isolation and quarantine in eases of cerebro-spinal meningitis, acute polio-
myelitis, disinfection of typhoid excreta and of tuberculosis sputum.

3. \o certificate will be accepted which gives a mere symptom as the sole cause
of death, such as "asphyxia," "debility," "dropsy," "heart failure," etc., unless
accompanied by a satisfactory written explanation.

4. Certificates containing palpable errors of names, dates, etc., which are illegible
wi',1 be returned, and a new certificate required, as no corrections, erasures, or inter-
lineations will be permitted.

(These certificates are permanent records of great legal importance, and it is neces-
sary that they should show upon the face that they are original records and have
not been tampered with.)

N.B. — Physicians are particularly requested to make their reports of the cause of
death as full and accurate as possible, in order that the records of this ofiBce may
be of statistical value to the medical profession and the public.

It shall be the duty of every undertaker having notice of the death of any person
within the City of N'ew Vbrk of small-pox. diphtheria (croup), scarlet fever, yellow
fever, typhus fever, plague. Asiatic cholera, measles, or any other infectiaus disease
dangerous to the general health of the community, or of the bringing of the dead
body of any person who has died of any such disease into such city, to give immediate
notice thereof to this Department. No person shall retain or expose, or assist in the
retpntion or exposure of the dead body of any such person except in a coffin or
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or casket unless the body has been wrapped In a sheet saturated with a proper dis-
infecting solution, and the coflan or casket shall then be immediately and permanently
sealed. No undertaker shall assist in the public or church funeral of any such person.
No undertaker .shall use, or cause or allow to be used, at any funeral, or in any room
where the dead body of any person shall be, any draperies, decorations, rugs or
carpets, belonging to or furnished by him or under his direction.

A public or church funeral shall not be held of any person who has died of
small-pox, diphtheria (croup), scarlet fever, yellow fever, typhus fever, Asiatic
cholera, measles, or plague; but the funeral of such person shall be private, and it
shall not be lawful to invite, or permit at the funeral of any person who haa died of
any one of the above disease?., or of any infectious disease, or at any services con-
nected therewith, any person whose attendance is not neces.sary, or to whom there i»
danger of contagion.

ERNST J. LEDERLE, PH.D.,

By order of the Board of Health. President.

EUGENE W. SCHEFFER,

Secretary.

SUPPLY STATIONS.

Regular Stations are visited daily by collectors. Substations forward specimens to a
regular station. 8. & H. Sundays and Holidays.

BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN.
EAST SIDE.



134th St. & 5th av Fraatz

131st St. & Madison av Budelman

125th St. & Lexington av Sayer

123d St. & 2d av Aronstam

120th St. & 1st av Watkins

il9th St. & 1st av Hasselback

119th St. & 5th av Kohosoff

119th St. & Madison av Bermen

117th St. & Lexington av Stephenson

116th St. & 3d av Trau

115th St. & 1st av Caso

112th St. & Madison av Leibowich

112th St. & 3d av Hegeman

110th St. & 3d av Romlein & Fuchs

110th St. & 2d av ...Leinecker

109th St. & Madison av Perla

108th St. & 2d av De Maio

107th St. L Madison av Newmark

106th St. Sl Lexington av Boetzel

106th St. & 2d av.

Harlem Pharmacy (V. Calgano, Prop.)

105th St. &. 3d av Aronstam

105th St. & 2d av La Scalea

104th St. & Madi-son av Levy Bros.

101st St. & Madison av Picker

lOlst St. & 2d av Halpern

100th St. & Madison av Mt. Sinai Hosp.

97th St. & Madison av Simetz

97th St. & Lexington av.

Oriss & Blackman

96th St. & Park av Strleffer

96th St. & 2d av Berger

95th St. 4 3d av Roux

92d St. L Lexington av Steinman

92d St. & 1st av Wexler

91st St. & Madison av Dauscha

91st St. & 3d av Frohwein

90th St. &. 1st av Eichler

89th St. i. Park av Bernstein



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& 2d av Rosenstein

& Park av Ulf elder

&. 2d av Strasswimmer

&. Ave. A Bauman

& Lexington av Foucar

& Lexington av Lascoff

& 1st av Koehler

& Park av Kleinau

&. 2d av Loewenberg

& Lexington av Jotte

& Lexington av.

Cooper & Brandenberg

& Ave. A Kimmel

& 2d av Colla

& Madison av Cassebe€r

& Lexington av Cramer

& 1st av Castka

& 3d av Imhof 4 Co.

i 2d av Davidson

& Lexington av Roediger

& 3d av Zinckgraft

& Park av Timmermana

& 1st av Wurthman

Sl 2d av Binger

& Lexington av Timmermana

& 3d av Hudnet

&. Wadison av Rakusln

Sl 3d av Schwarz

& Madison av Kalisk

Sl Lexington av Nauheira

& Madison av Breitenbach

Sl Lexington av Deshell

Sl 2d av Bogathy

Sl Madison av — Larlmore to Kalish

Sl 3d av Schaub

Sl 2d av Resnick

Sl 1st av Edlich

& 2d av Joffe

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45th St. & 3d av Brandt

46th St. & 5th av Larimore

42d St. & Park av Schoonmaker

42d St. &. 3d av Krause

39th St. &. Lexington av Herz

34th St. & 3d av

33d St. & 4th av Reeder Bros.

29th St. & 4th av Bagoe

&. 3d av Keating

&. 3d av Lehman

&. 2d av Jarchow

& 1st av...Dept. of Health Clinic

& 4th av Kalish

&. 3d av Sultau

& 4th av Haas

&. Ave. A Carabella

&. 1st av Gre^orino

& 2d av Walters

11th St. & 3d av Griffiths

10th St. & Ave. C (Regular) Robinson,

L 2d av Weiss

&. Astor pi Huellenbach

7th St. i Ave. C Bleier &. Strauss

6th St. i 2d av Rosenthal

i 1st av Nemser

&. Ave. A Klingelhoefler

& Ave. C Shapiro



29th St.
27th St.
25th St.
25th St.
23d St.
25d St.

2l3t St.

17th St.
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9th St.
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5th St.
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3d St. & 2d av Fuehrer



1st av., cor. Houston st.

Morell's Pharmacy tM. Singer, Prop.)

East Houston &. Hott sts Pugliese

71 East Houston st., cor. Elizabeth.

Colonello

East Houston & Clinton sts Goldberg

East Houston &. Cannon sts Goldblatt

Stanton & Forsj'th sts Rosenberg

Stanton & Orchard sts Robinson

Stanton &. Ludlow sts Ellner

270 Stanton st. (near Columbia) . .Perelman

Rivington & Norfolk sts Beiner

Delancey & Eldridge sts.

United Drug Stores Co.

Spring &. Bowery Miner

Broome & Ludlow sts Walker

Broome i Cannon sts Decker

Grand L Mott sts (Regular) La Pinto

Mulberry st. (near Canal st.) Scavo

527 Grand st. (near Henry st.) Gilbert

Montgomery & Madison sts Wiesenthal

220 E. B'way (near Clinton st.). .Mamelok

Canal, near Ludlow st Harrison

Henry & Pike sts Lipset

Madison & Gouverneur sts Garber

Catharine st. (near M'adison st.) Rich

21 New Bowery (near Roosevelt st.)

Guarini & Candela
Park Row i Pearl st Taub



WEST SIDE STATIONS.



226th St. L B'way Buck

I85th St. &. St. Nicholas av Nevelson

ISCth St. i B'way Wasself

ISOth St. &. St. Nicholas av Hegeman

174th st. & St. Nicholas av Beinfeld

172d st. &. Amsterdam av Scheinblum

169th St. &. Amsterdam av Simon

165th St. L Amsterdam av Myers

160th St. &. B'way Pope & Co.

156th St. & B'way Halper

155th St. & Amsterdam av Hegeman

149th St. &. Amsterdam av Henrichsen

149th st. & St. Nicholas av Jacobson

148th St. &. B'way , Winter

148th St. & 7th av LascofE

145th St. & Amsterdam av Steinhilber

I45th St. 4 St. Nicholas av Raub

145th St. & 8th av.. Colonial Park Drug Co.

144th St. &. B'way Driesen

144th St. 4 8th av Molwltz

143d St. & 7th av Rosemary Pharmacy

142d St. i B'way Couch

141st St. & 7th av Hoes Bros.

140th St. & Amsterdam av Blum

140th St. & 8th av Klingman

140th St. L Lenox av Klein

138th St. & B'way Geety

137th St. &. Lenox av Bobbins

136th St. &. B'way Hegeman

135th St. &. B'way Bank

135th St. & 8th av Sagal & Kaufman

133d St. & Lenox av Borchard

132d St. 4 7th av Silverman



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4 Amsterdam av Springer

4 Sth av Riker

4 B'way Dorb

4 Lenox av Schmelz

4 Amsterdam av Snyder

4 Sth av H egeman

4 Lenox av Hegeman

4 Lenox av Pf aff

4 Amsterdam av Friedgen

. 4 Sth av Koehler

4 5th av Kohosoff

4 Manhattan av Cook

4 7th av National Drug Co.

4 Lenox av Hoes

4 Manhattan av Burkan

and Sth av Schaaf

4 Lenox av Albert

4 B'way Klipp

4 Lenox av Diamond

4 Sth av McCutchen

4 7th av Robinson

4 Manhattan av Halpem

4 B'way Riker

4 Amsterdam av.

Cathedral Pharmacy

4 B'way McRay

4 B'way McDonald

4 Amsterdam av Geisler

4 Columbus av Reed

4 Amsterdam av Klein

4 B'way Kerley

4 B'way Hegeman

4 Amsterdam av Michel



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99th St. 4 B'way Congleton

98th St. & Columbus av Koff

96th St. &. Columbus av Greenberg

95th St. & Amsterdam av Pels

94th St. & Columbus av O'Connor

93d St. i B'way Teitelbaum

92d St. & Columbus av Neergaard

91st St. &. B'way Rieck

«8th St. & B'way Breiting

86th St. & B'way Hegeman

85th St. &. B'way \eergaard

85th St. L Amsterdam av Schwartz

82d St. & Columbus av Spangenberg

Slst St. &. Amsterdam av De Mott & Sons

SOth St. & B'way Hegeman

79th St. & Amsterdam av Kramer

75th St. &. Columbus av Bailey

74th St. &. B'way Boisnot

70th St. &. B'way.. Pond, Bowes & Cartright

69th St. & Columbus av Bauer

68th St. & West End av Seley

61st St. &. Columbus av..Dougan i Merritt

60th St. &. Amsterdam av Cohen

59th St. &. Columbus av. .Roosevelt Hosp.

58th St. &. 6th av Hitchcook

57th St. & 9th av Quencer

56th St. & 6th av Mclntyre

55th St. & 7th av Smith

54th St. & 6th av Boedicker

52d St. & 9th av Rubens

52d St. &. 8th av Falkiner

52d St. & 6th av Neergard

Slst St. & 9th av Pundt

SOth St. & 10th av Huels

SOth St. & 9th av Shappiro



SOth St. &. 9th av Kramer

48th St. & 10th av Miller

46th St. & B'way James

45th St. & 9th av Eagle Drug Co.

45th St. &. 6th av Weiss

44th St. & 8th av James

43d St. &. 7th av Longacre Pharmacy

43d St. & 10th av McRossie

42d St. & B'way (Times Square). .Hegeman

39th St. k 9th av Lund

39th St. & 6th av Munch Protzman

38th St. & 5th av Haas

37th St. & 6th av Hall

34th St. L 10th av Upset

34th St. !l 9th av Blomeier

34th St. near 5th av Riker's

307 W. 33d St. (near 8th av.)

The Clinic Department of Health

31st St. & B'way Caswell Massey

30th St. & 9th av Schierer

28th St. &. Sth av Gregorius

23d St. &. 6th av Riker

22d St. & 9th av Gelding

19th St. & 9th av Burns

18th St. & Sth av Taub

14th St. & 9th av. Katz

13th St. & Sth av Schoenberg

Hudson & Jane sts Fritz

Sth St. & 6th av Bigelow

Hudson & Barrow f^ts ....Flower

106 W. Houston st. (Thompson st.t.Gebicke

Hudson & King sts Kuapp

172 Varick st. (Charlton) Huelster

40 Grand st. (near Thompson st.)

Herzenberg



BOROUGH OF THE BRONX.



Borough Office, 3d av. & St. Paul's pi.

282 City Island av Alpers

530 City Island av Medlich



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