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portion of the city to another, for the convenience of the family or the under-
taker. Such permit will have no coupons, and must be returned to the Health
Department when the burial permit is applied for.

5. Transit permits for bodies arriving at the Grand Central Depot from outside
of the city will be issued at any hour, day or night, by the officer in charge
of the police-station in the building.

DISINTERMENT PERMITS.

1. Permits for the disinterment of bodies already burled within the limits
of New York City will be issued upon writted application (on blanks fur-
nished by the Health Department) of relatives of the deceased, or other persons
who furnish written evidence from such relatives that they have been authorized
by them to apply for such permit.

2. Permits for disinterment must be countersigned by the Sanitary Super-
intendent or the Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.

3. Bodies which are disinterred must be placed in hermetically sealed caskets
or coffins.

Cemeteries.

LEGAL DUTIES OP SEXTONS AND OTHERS IN CHARGE OP

CEMETERIES.

1. No dead body of a human being shall be buried or deposited in any tomb.
vault, or cemetery within the city of New York without a permit from the
Health Department. (San. Cede, § 170.)

2. No new cemetery, tomb, or vault for dead human bodies shall be estab-
lished, nor any such place opened or disturbed, without a permit from the
Health Department. (San. Code. § 171.)

3. Every dead body burled within the City of New York must be burled to
the depth of six feet below the surface of the ground, and four feet below any
closely adjacent street. (San. Code, § 171.)

4. Permits received by keepers of cemeteries within the city limits must be
returned to the Health Department before 12 M. on Monday of each week.
(San. Code, § 173.)

By order of the Board of Health.
EMMONS CLARK, Secretary.

COMPLAINTS.

Complaints to the Board of Health concerning contagious diseases, the
unsanitary condition of houses, adulteration of food, etc., should be made
in writing addressed to the Board of Health.



716



HEALTH BOARD STATIONS, NEW YORK CITY.



LAWS AFFECTING EMPLOYEES.

The Board of Health is charged with the inspection of mercantile establish-
ments. Penalties for violation vary from $20 to $200 fine, or imprisonment not
exceeding 90 days. The following are the more important conditions of the
law:

No male under sixteen, and no female under twenty-one shall work more
than sixty hours a week. No child under fourteen years of age shall ba
employed.

A register shall be kept of all employees under sixteen, and no child under
the age of sixteen shall be employed without a certlflcate from the Board
of Health.

Proper wash-rooms and water-closets are to be provided for women and
girls, to be wholly apart from those provided for males.

Lunch-rooms are not to be used without a permit from the Board of
Health if next to any water-closet.

Suitable seats for female employees are to be furnished.

Basements where women and children are employed can be so occupied
only by permission of Board of Health.

Forty-flve minutes shall be allowed for the noonday meal.

A copy of the law shall be posted In three different conspicuous parts of
every establishment where persons are employed who are affected by its
provisions.

HEALTH BOARD STATIONS, NEW YORK CITY.

Culture Outfits, Bottles for Sputa, Antitoxin, etc., can be obtained from any
of the following stations, excepting those marked with (•), which are stations
for Antitoxin only:

Reg: signifies that collections are made of culture tubes and sputa dally,
beginning at 4 P.M.



BOROUGHS OF MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX,



West Side..
181st St. & Amsterdam av..Miehling

161st St. & Amsterdam av Llebel

155th St. & St. Nicholas av Leyes

155th St. & Amsterdam av..Hegeman
149th St. & Amsterdam av.

Henrichsen

145th St. & Edgecombe av Raub

138th St. & 8th av Becker

135th St. & 8th av Rawlins

132d St. & 7th av Petersen

130th St. & Lenox av Bojunga

130th St & 8th av Lauer

•129th St. & Lenox av.

Rlcksecker Bros.

127th St. & 7th av Orlewltz

Reg: 2343 8th av. nr. 126th st.

ROUBICEK

112 Manhattan st Franken Bros.

125tli St. & Lenox av Kraft

125th St. & 7th av Hegeman & Co.

122d St. & 7th av Heineman

120th St. & 8th av Little

118th St. & Manhattan av.

Morningside Pharmacy

117th St. & 7th av Toye

116th St. & Manhattan av. .Herrmann

113th St. & 8th av Geety & James

105th St. & Amsterdam av...Gelsler



•105th St. & 9th av Comerford

Reg: 104th st. & Columbus av.CUNZ

102d St. & Broadway Kerley

•102d & Columbus av..Klippert & Co
100th St. & Amsterdam av..Goetting

96th St. & Broadway Baltzy

95th St. & Amsterdam av Fels

94th St. & ColuiiiDus av Eaton

92d St. & Columbus av.Higinbotham

88th St. & Broadway Breitlng

Reg: 82d st. & Columbus av.

SPANGENBERG & BOYD

*81st St. & Columbus av Jurgman

*78th St. & Amsterdam av.

Hauensteln
77th St. & Columbus av. Caswell & C.
Reg: 72d st. & Columbus av.

CASSABEER

70th St. & Broadway Kerley

Reg: 411 W. 59th st. .DOUGHERTY

*57th St. & 8th av Prlnglo

5Gth St. & 6th av Mclntyre & Son

57th St. & 7th av Smith & Stage

Reg: 55th st. & 6th av.

Dept. of Health

53d St. & 6th av Neergard

778 9th av. nr. 52d st Robens

51st St. & 9th av Eschman

*48th St. & 9th av Kostka



HEALTH BOARD STATIONS, NEW YORK CITY.



717



47th St. & 5th av.

Caswell, Maasey & Co.

Reg: 44th st. & 8th av JAMES

43d St. & Broadway Holmes

42d St. & 10th av McRae

39th St. & 6th av.

Munsch, Protzmann & Co.
1322 Broadway nr. 34th st.

Wanler & Imgard

34th St. & Bioadway Wilson

341 9th av. nr. 29th st Schmitt

366 9th av. nr. 30th st Schierer

29th St. & 5th av Fraser & Co

262 8th av. nr. 24th st Bell

Reg: 22d st. & 9th av SMITH

157 8th av. nr. ISth st Llns

14th St. & 9th av .Bender

*624 Hudson st Fritz

Reg: 8th st. & 6th av BIGELOW

463 Hudson st Roth & Flower

Reg: 362 Hudson st KNAPP

172 Varick st Jenssen

106 W. Houston st Gebicke

East Side.

Wakeflel.l SEIFERT

594 Morris av Pittaro

Williamsbridge Flncke

Bedford Park Loeber

Fordham Hof & Co.

Westchester Smith

2435 Jerome av Rosenbaum

West Farms Daniels & Co.

712 Tremont av Miller

169th St. & 3d av Heuther

981 Westchester av Manhelmer

161st St. & Cauldwell av Huggins

1229 Franklin av Kraft

*149th St. & Willis av Goldwater

145th St. & Brook av Kantor

Reg: 138th st. & Alexander av.

KRAFT

131st St. & Madison av Erb

Reg: 125th st. nr. Park av.. MINER

120th St. & Madison av Elks

120th St. & Park av Bernard

120th St. & 2d av Watkins

*119th St. & 1st av Haselbach

Reg: 116th st. & 3d av.

ENGELHARDT

116th St. & Madison av Vetter

115th St. & 1st av Neu

1822 Lexington av Meyer

112th St. & Madison av Bockar

100th St. & 3d av Romlin & Fuchs

110th St. & Madison av Barnes

107th St. & Madison av Berdy

Reg: 105th st. & 3d av.ARONSTAM

101st St. & 3d av Plagge

96th St. & 2d av Berger

91st St. & 3d av Frohwein

89th St. & Madison av Mueller

87th St. & 2d av Proben

86th St. & Park av Diamond



I Reg: 1522 3d av.... MARCUS & SON

83d St. & Lexington av Lascoff

81st St. & Lexington av.

Robbins & Caplan

8l8t St. & 1st av Struck

79th St. & 2d av Eberth

77th St. & 3d av Baddour & Co.

76th St. & Lexington av.

Plump & Llnnlng

*73d St. & 1st av Shevclk

73d St. & Park av Cramer

Reg: 67th st. & 3d av..ZUICKQRAF

*64th St. & Park av Timmerman

1020 3d av Jungraan

Reg: 59th St. & Lexington av.

NAUHEIM

B8th St. & 2d av Faber

56th St. & Lexington av Weber

54th St. & 2d av Bogarthy

Reg: 53d st. & Madison av.. WHITE

52d St. & 3d av Shaub

50th St. & 1st av Edllch

45th St. & 3d av Goettlng

*42d St. & 3d av Bohmfalk

Reg: 42d st. & Park av.

SCHOONMAKER

39th St. & 5th av Haas

*38th St. & 3d av Fress & Co.

34th St. & 3d av Dugay's

Reg: 31st st. & 4th av.

REEDEK BROS.

31st St. & 3d av Kirk

Reg: 29th st. & 4th av BAGOE

»27th St. & Lexington av.

Tremont Pharmacy

445 2d av Jarchow

Reg: 23d st. & 4th av KALISH

21st St. & 2d av Kronberg

21st St. & 4th av Haas

University pi. & 13th st Watllng

Reg: 13th st. & 2d av... WALTERS

157 Av. B Dluglasch

443 E. Houston st Goldblatt

9th St. & 2d av Weiss

6th St. & 2d av Rosenthal

88 1st av Nemser

5th St. & Av A Klingelhoeffer

5th St. & Av. C Fuchs

3d St. & 2d av Fuehrer

Sheriff & E. Houston sts. .Brainsom

313 Bowery Van der Emde

Rivington & Norfolk sts Lewin

Delancey & Cannon sts Decker

Reg: Spring & Bowery MINER

220 E. Broadway Namelch

265 E. Broadway PortugalofE

Grand & Henry sts Gilbert

Canal & Eldridge sts Heer

Canal & Forsyth sts Scaison

42 Pike st Goetzhoff

Canal & Orchard sts Tulchinsky

*21 New Bowery Candela

•37 Bowery Zeller

6 Bowery Ollifte



718



FINANCE AND LAW DEPARTMENTS.



BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN.



764 Manhattan av.. Edwin R. Collard
201 Wyckoff av...C. W. Braentigam
Tompkins & Greene avs..E. Lapldge

337 Van Brunt st L. Cantor

130 Graham av.. Wilson & Israelseon
Reld & Putnam avs.Geo. W. Lawler

252 Sumner av Rehfuss

957 Fulton st Wm. A. Van Duzen

3d av. & Bay Ridge av....Ed. Wolff

194 Knickerbocker av P. Krieger

73 Belmont av J. Clfle

1551 Broadway J. J. Lauffer

Stone av. & Blake st. .Max Wornow

471 Sumner av J. E. Rohre

Bath Beach, 18th ave. & Bath ave.

T, B.McNickle
Coney Island, Surf ave.

Albert Chambers
Fulton 8t. & Rockaway ave.

J. H. Benjamin
7th ave. & President st..D. Master jr

6th & Flatbush avs D. Master ]r

98 Court st Vetter

Atlantic ave. & Clinton st.

Heydenreich Bros.
Bedford ave. & N. 7th st.G. H. Born

Ewen & Slegel sts Carl Wuest

Division ave. & Clymer st.

P. V. Sormani
Broadway & Gates ave..H. Balhelzer
Eastern Parkway & Montauk ave.

R. C. Werner
Atlantic & Georgia aves.

R. C. Weraer



2989 Fulton st R. C. Werner

Reld ave. & Hancock st.

Chas. Schleussner
Bedford & Gates aves.

Wm. C. Vincent

1726 Fulton st Wra. Buderus

837 Manhattan ave Geo. C. Weber

North Portland & Park aves.

W. B. Averre
Greene ave. & Cumberland st.

Albert E. Marsland

578 Driggs ave Thoa. L. Vosseler

313 Columbia st N. G. Kant

259 Ryerson st T. D. McElhenle

5th ave. & 7th st S. A. Osborne

359 FYanklln ave Gustav D. French

3d ave. & 56th st S. A. Osborne

Flatbush & Church aves.E. D. Cutler

50 Bushwlck ave Kattman

994 Bedford ave W, C. Vincent

712 Nostrand ave G. B. Jones

Concord & Jay sts... John Gallagher

1930 Fulton st Louis Wedel

496 Fulton st Wm. Wynn & Co.

793 Bedford ave L. Koempel

683 Broadway E. R. Miller

56th St. & New Utrecht ave.

F. F. Stevens

Greene & Grand aves W'm. Kolb

Flatbush ave. (No. 1092).

Nathan Weiss
Franklin ave. & Bergen st. .Bancroft
Flushing ave. & Whipple st.

Carl Wuest & Sons



Lo7ig Island City.
6th St. & Jackson ave — Otto Spaeth
267 Stelnway ave., Astoria.

E. Kreutzer
176 Fulton ave., Astoria... R. Kopps
133 Fulton av., Astoria.. J. W. Riehl

436 Jackson ave Geo. B. Cabeen

Jamaica Geo. L. Peck



BOROUGH OF QUEENS.

I Rockaway Beach Wm. Chubbuck



Far Rockaway Dennis Bros.

Far Rockaway F. D. Doollttle

Inwood J. D. Crosby

Flushing, Main at John Hepburn

College Point J. D. A. Hartz

Elmhurst Francis F. Lange

Whitestone Frank J. O'Rourke

Corona E. D. Nelson



BOROUGH OF RICHMOND.

Tottenvllle Chas. N. Lehman I Port Richmond Aretas Rowe

Rosebank E. J. Goldstein | New Brighton W. T. Vredenburg

Stapleton Jas. Feeny j



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.

Bird S. Coler, Comptroller; Stewart bldg. Chambers st. & Broadway.
Michael T. Daly and Edgar J. Levey, Deputy Comptrollers.
John H. Timmerman, City Paymaster; 83 Chambers st.



LAW DEPARTMENT.

John Whalen, Corporation Counsel; Staats-Zeitung bldg.



EXKCUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OP NEW YORK CITY. 719

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC CHARITIES..

MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

Established by Laws of 1895, and the Greater New York Charter, adopted
1897. Office foot of E. 26th st. Under control of three Commissioners.

John W. Keller, Commissioner, President; Thomas S. Brennan, Deputy
Commissioner; J. McKee Borden, Secretary; George Blair, Superintendent
Out-Door Poor; Frederick E. Bauer, Assistant Superintendent.

Applications for admission to the hospitals, almshouses, asylums, and
nurseries must be made to the Superintendent of Out-Door Poor, at the foot
of E. 26th St. All the Institutions are reached or ylsited only by permits
Issued by the Superintendent above named.

BROOKLYN AND QUEENS. .

Adolph H. Goettlng, Commissioner.

Edward Gllnnen, Deputy Commissioner.

Michael A. McCarty, Superintendent Out-Door Poor, 126 Livingston et.

Jesse T. Duryea, Medical Superintendent, Kings County Hospital.

Daniel J. Madden, Superintendent Kings County Almshouse.

RICHMOND.

James Feeny, Commissioner, Stapleton, S. I.

John L. Cheeney, Superintendent Out-Door Poor, Stapleton.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION. >'

Central OfHce, 148 E. 20th st.
Francis J. Lantry, Commissioner;
N. O. Fanning, Deputy Commissioner.
Arthur Phillips, Secretary.



SURROGATES' COURT.

New County Court-House. Court. Dally from 10.30 A.M. to 4 P.M.

Frank T. Fitzgerald and Abner C. Thomas, Surrogates.
William V. Leary, Chief Clerk.
William M. Hoes, Public Administrator.



COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.

New Criminal Court bldg., Centre st. Court.

John W. Goff, Recorder.

Rufus B. Cowing, Joseph E. Newburger, Martin T. McMahon, Warren W.

Foster, Judges.
Edward R. Carroll, Clerk.



COURT OF SPECIAL SESSIONS.

New Criminal Court bldg.. Centre st., between Franklin and White sta.
JUSTICES.— Elizur B. Hinsdale, William T. Jerome, Ephraim A. Jacob, Will-
iam C. Holbrook, John B. McKean.



CITY MAGISTRATES' COURTS.

Boroughs of Manhattan and The Bronx. Open 9 to 12 A.M., 2 to 5 P.M.

CITY MAGISTRATES. — Henry A. Brann, Robert C. Cornell, Leroy B. Crane,

Joseph M. Deuel, Charles A. Flammer, Herman C. Kudllch, Clarence W.

Meade, John O. Mott, Joseph Pool, Lorenze Zeller, Edward Hogan, John

B. Mayo, W. H. Olmstead.
Philip Block, Secretary of the Board of Magistrates, Criminal Court bldg.



720 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF NEW YORK CITY

First District.— 125 Centre Bt.

Second District.— 125 Sixth ave.

Third District.— 69 Essex st.

Fourth District.— 157 E. 57th St.

Fifth District.- 121st St., S. E. cor. Sylvan PI.

Sixth District.— 158th St. and Third ave.

Seventh District.— 314 W. 54th st.

BOROUGH OP BROOKLYN.
MAGISTRATES.— Jacob Brenner, Henry Bristow. Lewis R. Worth. Wllllt.in

Kramer, Andrew Lemon, Charles E. Teale, Alfred E. Steers, Jared Cham-
bers.

SECRETARY.— Albert V. B. Vorhees, Jr.

First District.— 318 Adams st.

Second District. — Court & Butler sts.

Third District. — Myrtle & Vanderbilt avea.

Fourth District. — Cor. Clymer st. & Lee av.

Fifth District.— 249 Ewen st.

Sixth District. — 854 Gates ave.

Seventh District. — 31 Grant St., Flatbush,

Eighth DiBtrict. — Coney Island.

BOROUGH OP RICHMOND.

Magistrates. — Nathaniel Marsh, John Croak.
First District. — New Brighton.
Second District. — Edgewater.

BOROUGH OP QUEENS.

Magistrates. — Matthew J. Smith, Luke J. Connorton, Edmund J. Healy. (
First District.— Long Island City. i

Second District. — Flushing.
Third District. — Far Rockaway.



MUNICIPAL COURTS.

Not open Sundays and legal holidays. Court hours, unless otherwise stated,
9 A.M. to 4 P.M., or to close of business. Clerk's ofQces open from 9 A.M.
to 4 P.M.

BOROUGH OP MANHATTAN.

First District. — Court-room, 128 Prince st.
Daniel E. Finn, Justice; Frank L. Bacon, Clerk.

Second District. — Court-room, 172 Grand st. *

Hermann Bolte, Justice; Francis Mangin, Clerk.

Third District.— Court-room, S. W. cor. 6th ave. & W. 10th st.
William P. Moore, Justice; Daniel Williams, Clerk.

Fourth District.— Court-room, 30, 1st st.

George F. Roesch, Justice; John E. Lynch, Clerk.

Fifth District. — Court-room, 154 Clinton st.

Benjamin Hoffman, Justice; Thomas Fitzpatrlck, Clerk.

Sixth District. — Court-room, N. W. cor. 23d st. & 2d ave.
Daniel F. Martin, Justice; Abram Bernard, Clerk.

Seventh District.— Court-room, 151 E. 57th st.
Herman Joseph, Justice; Patrick McDavitt, Clerk.

Eighth District.— Court-room, N. W. cor. 23d st. & 8th ave.
Joseph H. Stlner, Justice; Thomas Costigan, Clerk. ,'

Ninth District.— Court-room, 170 E. 121st st.

Joseph P. Fallon, Justice; William J. Kennedy, Clerk.



EXECDTIVE DEPARTiMENTS OF NEW YORK CITY. 731

Tenth District.— Court-room, 314 W. 54th st.
Thomas E. Murray, Justice; Hugh Grant, Clerk.

Eleventh District.— Court-room, 126th st. & Columbus av.
Francis J. Worcester, Justice; H. B. Wilson, Clerk.

BOROUGH OF THE BRONX. '■

First District. — Court-room, Town Hall, Main St., Westchester.
William W. Penfleld, Justice; John N. Stewart, Clerk.

Second District. — Court-room, 3d ave. & 158th st.
John M. Tierney, Justice; Howard Spear, Clerk.

BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN.

First District. — Court-room, Court & State sts.
J. J. Walsh, Justice; Edward Moran, Clerk.

Second District. — Court-room, 794 Broadway.

Gerard B. Von Wart, Justice; William H. Allen, Clerk.

Third District. — Court-room, 6 Lee ave.

William J. Lynch, Justice; John W. Carpenter, Clerk.

Fourth District. — Court-room, 14 Howard ave.

Thomas H. Williams, Justice; Herman Goehlinghorst, Clerk.

Fifth District. — Court-room, Bath ave. cor. Bay 22d st
Cornelius Furgueson, Justice; Jeremiah J. O'Leary, Clerk.

BOROUGH OF QUEENS.

First District. — Court-room, 46 Jackson ave., L. I. City.
Thomas C. Kadien, Justice; Thomas F. Kennedy, Clerk.

Second District. — Broadway & Court, Elmhurst.

William Rasquin, Jr., Justice; Henry Walter, Jr., Clerk.

Third District. — Court-room, 233 Fulton St., Jamaica. i

James F. McLoughlin, Justice; George W. Damon, Clerk.

BOROUGH OF RICHMOND.

First District. — Court-room, Lafayette ave.. New Brighton. ,
John J. Kenny, Justice; Francis F. Leman, Clerk.

Second District. — Court-room, Stapleton.

Albert J. Reynaud, Justice; Peter Tiernan, Clerk.



BOARD OF EDUCATION. ^

Park av. & 59th st.

Miles M. O'Brien, President.

William J. Ellis, Secretary.

William H. Maxwell, City Superintendent.

John Jasper, Borough Superintendent, Manhattan and The Bronx.

Edward G. Ward, Superintendent, Borough of Brooklyn.

Edward L. Stevens, Borough Superintendent, Queens.

H. R. Yetman, Borough Superintendent, Richmond.

COMPULSORY EDUCATION LAW OF NEW YORK (chapter 671 of the
Laws of 1894) provides as follows:

All children between eight and sixteen years of age In proper physical and
mental condition are required to attend upon Instructions, as In eald law
specifically stated, namely:



722 EXECUTIVE DEPAKTMENTS OF NEW YORK CITY,

All children between eight and twelve years of age must attend during the
entire period public schools are In session, between the first of October and
the first of June following.

All children between twelve and fourteen years of age must attend at least
eighty consecutive days during the same period, and the whole period unless
lawfully employed.

All children between fourteen and sixteen years of age must attend when
not lawfully emoloyed.

The teachers in such schools are required to keep a record of attendance
of such children, as In said law specifically stated.

All persons in parental relation to such children are required to cause
such children to attend upon instruction as specifically stated in the law,
and neglect to do so is a misdemeanor, punishable by fine, or fine and im-
prisonment.

TRUANT OFFICERS upon being notified that a child does not attend school,
look up the case, and use such power as the law gives them to compel
attendance. All complaints of truancy should be addressed to the Borough
Superintendent of Schools, who will refer them to the proper officer.

TRUANT SCHOOL is at 215 E. 21st St.

NAUTICAL SCHOOL (THE SCHOOLSHIP ST. MARY'S).— Boys of good
character and proper physique, between the ages of sixteen and twenty years,
are received for a two years' training, provided the applicant can read and
write and nas the consent of his parent or guardian. An outfit of clothing
must be provided, and $30 deposited for additional clothing. Apply to the
" Executive Committee on Nautical Schools." For the six months of the
warm season the ship is at sea giving nautical instruction ; for the re-
mainder of the year it is moored at the foot of E. 28th St., N. Y. City, and
the boys receive a common school education. Lieut.-Commander, W. H.
Reeder, U. S, N., Superintendent.



DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS.

220 Fourth av.

Thomas J. Brady, Commissioner In Manhattan and The Bronx.

John Gllfoyle, Commissioner in Brooklyn.

Daniel Campbell, Commissioner in Queens and Richmond.



MUNICIPAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.

New York Life Building, 346 Broadway, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.

Charles H. Knox, President.

William N. Dykman and Alexander T. Mason, Commissioners.

Lee Phillips, Secretary.

CORONERS.

MANHATTAN.— Criminal Court Building. Always Open. Tel. 1094 Franklin.

CORONERS.— E. T. Fitzpatrick, Jacob E. Bausch, Edward W. Hart, Antonio
Zuzza.

CORONERS' PHYSICIANS.— Philip F. O'Hanlon, Albert T. Weston, Ham-
ilton Williams.

THE BRONX.— 761 East 166th Street.

CORONERS.— Anthony McOwen, Thomas M. Lynch.

CORONERS' PHYSICIAN.— John Rlegelman, 8B2 E. 161st et. There is one
vacancy.

BROOKLYN.— Room 17. Borough Hall.

CORONERS.— Anthony J. Burger, George W. Delap.
CORONERS' PHYSICIANS.— Emii F. Hartung, Carl Wuest.



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OP NEW YORK CITY,



723



QUEENS. — Office, Town Hall, Jamaica. Tel. 64 Jamaica.

CORONERS.— Philip T. Cronln, Far Rockaway; Leonard Ruoff, Jr., Ozone
Park; Samuel S. Guy, Jr., Far Rockaway.

CORONERS' PHYSICIANS.— Timothy J. Flynn, Jamaica; William H. Naim-
mack. Far Rockaway; Benjamin G. Strong, L. I. City.

RICHMOND.— Roaebank. Tel, 7 Tompkinsville.
CORONERS.— John Seaver, George C. Trantor.
CORONERS' PHYSICIANS.— George Mord, Stephen E. Whitman.



MOEGUES.

NEW YORK MORGUE (Department Public Charities and Correction).—
Bellevue Hospital grounds, foot of 26th St., E. R. Opened June 21, 1866. For
the bodies of unknown persons. Open at all hours of day and night. A corpse
remains for seventy-two hours, or less, at the discretion of the hospital war-
den, after which It is taken to the dead-house. When Identified It la handed
over to the proper claimants. The clothes are exhibited for thirty days; if not
identified they are preserved for twelve months. Photographs of the deceased,
together with the registered number of the grave, are also preserved. Bodies,
after identification, cannot be removed without the written consent of the
Coroner, or opened, except in his presence and by his order. Adjoining the
Morgue are the coroners' and inquest rooms, the dead-house and hospital
museum.

KINGS COUNTY MORGUE.— Willoughby & St. Edward Bts.- Open at all

hours for the reception of unknown dead. Bodies are kept seventy-two hours,
then burled in county cemetery. A full description is recorded.



FIKE DEPARTMENT.

MANHATTAN.
Headquarters — 157-159 E. 67th st.
MEDICAL OFFICERS.— E. Benjamin Ramsdell, Frederick A. Lyons, and
Francis M. Banta.

BROOKLYN AND QUEENS.
Headquarters — 367-369 Jay St., Brooklyn.
MEDICAL OFFICERS.— Nathaniel A. Robblns, Joseph E. Smith and William
A. DeLong; Veterinary Surgeon, Edward H. Heard.



POLICE STATIONS.

MANHATTAN AND BRONX.



1st— Old Slip.

2d— Church & Liberty.

3d— City Hall.

4th — Brooklyn Bridge.

5th— 9 Oak st.

6th— 17 & 19 Elizabeth st.

7th— 247 Madison st.

8th — 17 & 19 Leonard st.

9th— 135 & 137 Charles st.

10th— 24 & 26 Macdougal st.

nth— 205 Mulberry st.

12th— 105 Eldridge st.

13th — Attorney & Delancey sts.

I4th — Union Market.



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