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annually elected. The mode of constituting the society has undergone no
substantial change since 1818. In 1864 the society, desirous of surrendering
" all Its special privileges and pecuniary immunities, and to reorganize, as
nearly as possible, upon the voluntary basis," applied for and obtained its
present charter, which went into effect on its centennial year, 1866.

MEETING.— The next annual meeting will be held June 24, 25 and 26, 1902,
at Atlantic City.

OFFICERS.— John D. McGill, Pres., Jersey City; E. L. B. Godfrey. 1st
Vice-Pros., Camden; Henry Mitchell, 2d Vice-Pres., Asbury Park; E. W.
Hedge's, Cor. Sec. PI unfieltl ; W. J. Chanler, Sec, South Orange ; Archibald
Mercer, Treas., 31 Washington St., Newark.

COMMITTEE ON MEDICAL DIRECTORY.— James S. Green, Chairman, 463
N. Broad st., Elizabeth; Archibald Mercer, Newark; Talbot R. Chambers,
Jersey City.

For Charter, By-Laws, and further details, see Vol. I., 1899, page 461.

ATLANTIC DISTRICT MEDICAL. SOCIETY.— Annual meeting
the first Wednesday in February. Theodore Boysen, Pres., Atlantic City;
Theodore Sensemon, Sec, Atlantic City.

BERGEN DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Meetings are held
quarterly at Englewood and Hackensack. Annual meeting second Tuesday In
April.

OFFICERS.— Max Wyler, Pres., Fort Lee; Daniel Currle, Sec, Englewood.

BURLINGTON DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Meetings are
held on the third Tuesday in January, April, June, and October. Annual
meeting on the third Tuesday in April.

OFFICERS.— William P. Melcher, Pres., Mount Holly; A. W. Taylor, Sec,
Beverly.

CAMDEN DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
second Tuesday in May. John F. Leavitt, Pres., Camden; Paul M. Mecray,
Sec, Camden.

CAPE MAY DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Meets In May.
Alonzo L. Leach, Pres., Cape May.

CUMBERLAND DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual
meeting the second Tuesday in April. L. F. Hand, Pres., Leesbury; J. C.
Applegate, Sec, Bridgeton.

800



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OP HKW JERSEY. 801

ESSEX DISTRICT MEDICAIi SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
first Tuesday in April. Aaron K. Baldwin, Pres., Newark; Archibald Mercer,
Sec, 31 Washington St., Newark.

GLOUCESTER DISTRICT MEDICAL. SOCIETY.— Annual meet-
ing the third Thursday in January. Samuel F. Stanger, Pres., Harrisonville;
George Evans Reading, Sec, Woodbury.

HUDSON DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
first Tuesday in May. John C. Parsons, Pres., Jersey City; Charles H. Purdy,
Sec, 320 Montgomery St., Jersey City.

HUNTERDON DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meet-
ing the fourth Tuesday in April. G. W. Bartow, Pres., Three Bridges; 0. H.
Sproul, Sec, Flemington.

MERCER DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
second Tuesday in May.

OFFICERS.— George H. Parker, Pres. ; Alexander Armstrong, Vice-Pres. ;
George R. Moore, Sec. ; I. M. Shepherd, Treas.

REPORTER.— A. Dunbar Hutchinson.

MIDDLESEX DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY..— Annual
meeting the third Wednesday in April.

OFFICERS.— A. C. Hunt, Pres., Metuchen; E. E. Haines, Vice-Pres., South
Amboy; D. Stephens, Sec, New Brunswick; D. E. English, Treas., New
Brunswick; A. L. Smith, Reporter, New Brunswick.

MONMOUTH DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIE a Y.— Annual meet-
ing the third Monday in May. C. Knicht, Pres., Mateawan; D. M. Forman,
Sec, Freehold.

MORRIS DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY Annual meeting the

second Tuesday in May. Semi-annual meeting second Tuesday in December.
H. W. Kice, Pres., Port Oram; Levi Farrow, Sec, Hackettstown, N. J.

PASSAIC DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
third Tuesday in April. J. L. Leal, Pres., Paterson; J. O'Donnell, Sec, Pater-
son.

SALE3I DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
first Wednesday in May. E. E. DeGrofft, Pres., Woodstown; Henry Chavanne,
Sec, Salem.

SOMERSET DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting
the last Tuesday in April. W. H. Merrill, Pres., South Branch; A. L. Stillwell,
Sec, Somerville.

SUSSEX DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
third Tuesday in May. Bruno Hood, Pres., Newton; Sidney B. Straley, Sec,
Newton.

UNION DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Annual meeting the
second Wednesday in April. F. A. Kinch, Pres., Westfield; F. W. Sell, Sec,
Rahway.

AVARREN DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY Annual meeting the

first Tuesday in June. F. W. Haggerty, Pres., Vienna; William J. Burd, Sec,
Belvidere.



NETV JERSEY STATE ECLECTIC 3IEDICAL SOCIETY.—

This Society meets twice annually in May and October.

OFFICERS.— D. P. Borden, Pres., Paterson; G. E. Potter, Sec, Newark; N.
R. Martin, Treas., Newark.



802 MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW JERSEY.

NEW JERSEY STATE HOMOEOPATHIC 3IEDICAIj
SOCIETY.— Isaac Cooper, Sec, Trenton, N. J.

ESSEX COUNTY HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL. SOCIETY.—

Organized 1898. For sociability and discussion of Medical topics. Dues, $1.50
yearly.

OFFICERS.— G. H. Richards, Pres. ; John K. Mulholland, Treas. ; Franklin C.
Woodruff, Sec, 351 Belleville, ave., Newark.

CAMOEN.

CAMDEN CITY MEDICAL. SOCIETY.— Annual meeting first Tues-
day in January. Joel W. Fithian, Pres.; 608 Broadway, Camden; Sylvan G.
Bushey, Sec, 701 Pine St., Camden; Robert Casperson, Vice-Pres., 215 N, 3d
St., Camden; William H. Pratt, Treas., 406 N. 6th st., Camden.

^ ELIZABETH.

CLINICAL SOCIETY OP THE ELIZABETH GENERAL
HOSPITAL. — Oganized October, 1893, for the advancement of medicine and
surgery, and the promotion of social intercourse among its members.

MEMBERSHIP. — Graduates of medicine who have served, or are serving,
on the Consulting, Visiting, Dispensary, or House Staff are eligible for
membership.

ANNUAL DUES, $5 oer year.

MEETINGS are held on the third Tuesday evening of each month at the
hospital, except in July, August, and September. Annual meeting in October.

OFFICERS.— R. B. Whitehead, Pres., Elizabeth; Stephen T. Quinn, Sec,
Elizabeth; Charles Schlichter, Treas., Elizabeth.

JERSEY CITY.

NEW JERSEY ACADEMY OF MEDICINE Meetings are held

on the third Wednesday afternoon of the month.

PRACTITIONERS' CLUB OP JERSEY CITY.— Organized 1896.
Incorporated 1901. J. A. Exton, M.D., Pres.; W. Steadman, Sec, 213 Garden
St., Hoboken.

MEETINGS.— Second Tuesday of each month.

NEH'ARK.

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY (NEW^ ARK) .-Member-
ship limited to twenty-five.

MEETINGS are held monthly at the residences of members.

OFFICERS.— Charles Underwood, Pres., 259 Mt. Prospect ave., Newark; S. A.
Twinch, 598 Broad St., Newark.

PRACTITIONERS' CLUB (NEWARK).— Organized May 7. 1888.
for the advancement of the science and art of medicine, and the cultivation ot
social intercourse among its members.

MEMBERSHIP. — Any practitioner of medicine of approved professional and
moral standing is eligible for membership.

ANNUAL DUES, $10.

MEETINGS are held on the first Monday of each month, except during
July and August, at S. Davis's Parlors, 943 Broad st. Annual meeting in May.

OFFICERS.— J. W. Corwin, Pres.; Charles J. Lehlbach, Sec. and Treas.,
High St., Newark.

ORANOE.

THE W^ILLIAM PIERSON MEDICAL LIBRARY .\SSOClA-

TION.— Thomas W. Harvey, Pres., 463 Main St., Orange; R. D. Freeman, Sec.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OP NEAV JERSEY. 803



ORANGE MOUNTAIN.

orange: mountain MElDICAIi SOCIETY.— Organized In
January, 1884.

OBJECTS. — The discussion of professional topics and the cultivation of
friendly intercourse among the members.

MEMBERSHIP.— Limited to thirty.

MEETINGS are held at Orange each month at residences of members.
Annual meeting the Friday In January nearest the full moon.

OFFICERS.— Wellington Campbell, Pres., Short Hills; R. D. Freeman, Sec,
South Orange,



WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OP MEDICAIi MEN, NEW JER-
SEY SOCIETY FOR THE REL.IEP OF.— Incorporated May 20, 1882.

OBJECT. — To afford pecuniary aid to the widows and children of its de-
ceased members, and to furnish aid to Its members in time of special need
or sickness.

MEMBERSHIP. — Any member of the regular medical profession in good
standing in the State of New Jersey, in actual practice, who may be elected
by the Board of Trustees, in the manner provided by the By-Laws, is
eligible for membership.

DUES. — Initiation fee, $2. The treasurer, upon being informed of the
death of any member, shall Immediately notify all the other members, and
require of each the following payments, viz. : one dollar from those admitted
under fiftj' years of age; two dollars from those admitted between fifty and
sixty years of age; and three dollars for over sixty years of age.

MEETINGS are held monthly at the residence of one of the Board of
Trustees. Annual meeting second Tuesday in May.

OFFICERS. — Charles J. Kipp, Pres.; Archibald Mercer, Vice-Pres. ; Charles
D. Bennett, Sec, 167 Clinton ave.



HOSPITALS OF NEW JERSEY.

♦Signifies that no reply has been received in response to request for Informa-
tion.

BAYONINE.

BAYONNE HOSPITAL. AND DISPENSARY Bayonne.

ADMISSION. — No restriction as to age, sex, color, or religious belief.
Nominal board, $5 per week. The poor of Bayonne are admitted free.

MATRON.— Margaret Orr.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— E. P. Luce, J. Lane Sanborn, Walter Pocock,
P. F. Stephens and J. G. Louis Borgmeyer.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— F. M. Corwlu, G. H. Sexsmlth, L. F. Donohoe.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— William K. Thomson, Francis Delafleld, Joseph
F. Finn. H. Holbrook Curtis.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— R. F. Chabert, Nathan Bozeman, Robert New-
man, W. R. Townsend, G. K. Dickinson, Charles Warrenne Allen.

HOUSE STAFF.— William Lome and William A. Pinkerton.

CAMDEN.

COOPER HOSPITAL,, THE.— Camden. Tel. 169.

ADMISSION. — Non-contagious and curable diseases, and accidents are
admitted.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Thomas Waring.

VISITING DAYS.— One or two relatives, daily from 2 to 3 P.M. (on Sunday,
promptly at 2 P M. only); other visitors, Tuesday and Friday, from 2 to 3 P.M.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— H. Genet Taylor, W. R. Powell, W. A. Davis,
E. L. B. Godfrey.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— Daniel Strock, Joseph L. Nicholson, Paul M.
Mecray and E. A. Y. Schellenger.

OPTHALMOLOGIST.— William R. Powell.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— D. Benjamin and J. S. Baer.

PATHOLOGIST.— W. S. Bray.

SURGEON.— Out-Patient Department, E. A. Y. Schellenger.

ELIZABETH.

ELIZABETH GENERAL HOSPITAL, AND DISPENSARY,

THE.— Elizabeth. E. Jersey and Reid sts. Tel., Local, 133; Long Dis., 601.

ADMISSION. — Those unable financially to employ a physician are admitted.

VISITING STAFF.— Norton L. Wilson, R. R. Sinclair, F. R. Bailey, N. W.
Voorhees, R. B. Whitehead, C. H. Schlichter, S. T. Quinn and James C.
Perkins.

GYNECOLOGY.— Wednesday and Saturday, 9 A.M.

SURGERY.- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 4 to 5 P.M.

GENERAL MEDICINE.— Monday and Frir'ay, 4 to ."5 P.M.

EYE, EAR, NOSE. AND THROAT.— Monday and Friday, 4 to 5 P.M.

HOUSE STAFF.— T. F. Livengood, M. A. Shangle and J. H. D. Budan.

ENGLE^VOOD.

ENGLEWOOD HOSPITAL Englewood. The hospital is free to

the sick and injured poor.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— D. A. Currie, J. W. B.
Lansing, J. A. Wells and J. W. Proctor.

804



HOSPITALS OF NEW JERSEY, 805

HACKEIVSACK.

HACKENSACK HOSPITAL..— Hackensack, N. J.

VISITING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— David St. John (Pres. Medical
Board), A. L. Vandewater, F. H. White and E. K. Conrad.
PATHOLOGIST.— A. C. Brown.
ATTENDING PHYSICIAN.— A. A. Swayze.

HOBOKKN.

ST. 3IARY'S HOSPITAL, cor. Willow ave. and 4th st., Hoboken. This
Hospital is under the charge of The Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis.

ASSISTANT PHYSICIANS.— William J. Arlitz, Ferdinand C. Wolft, Richard
H. Dingelstedt and J. Clement Justin.

OCULIST.— A. T. Muzzy.

NEUROLOGIST.— J. Leonard Corning.

CONSULTING SURGEON.— Fred. Kammerer.

SURGEONS.— Romeo F. Chabert, William R. Fisher, William T. Kudlich and
Evan T. Steadman.

CONSULTING GYNECOLOGIST.— John Aspel.

GYNECOLOGIST.— Nathan G. Bozeman.

ASSISTANT GYNECOLOGISTS.— Carl Hoening and Michael F. Foley.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— Michael F. Foley, Chas. A. Gilchrist, Thos. C.
McNamara and Walter Steadman.

PHYSICIANS.— Henry B. Rue, Francis B. Grew, David B. Pindar and Carl
Hoening.

DENTIST.— H. H. Burnette.

HOUSE SURGEON.— Harry Lewis.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— Frederick S. Pindar.

JERSEY CITY.

CHRIST HOSPITAL.— Jersey City. 176 Palisade ave. Tel. 239.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT. — Jersey City, Hoboken, Bayonne, and North Bergen.

ADMISSION. — Men, women, and children, of all creeds and nationalities,
are received; medical, surgical, and obstetrical cases. Board, for those able
to pay, $7 per week In the wards.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday, 2 to 3 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Katharine Johnston,

APOTHECARY.— William A, Beardmon.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Calvin I, Kyte, Ulamor Allen, Burdette P. Craig,
Rudolph W. Gelbach.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Gordon K. Dickinson, John J. Baumann, Frank D,
Gray, Conrad Wienges.

CONSULTING STAFF.— W. R. Fisher, E. G. Janeway, L. A. Stlmson,
H. Melville Smith.

OPHTHALMOLOGISTS.— Arthur T. Muzzy, Talbot R. Chambers.

PATHOLOGIST AND BACTERIOLOGIST.— George E. McLaughlin.

HOUSE STAFF.— John M. Jones, John H. Plath, John A. Robinson. Jame8
G. Enright.

JERSEY CITY HOSPITAL.— 44 Baldwin ave. Tel. 39.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— City limits.

ADMISSION. — No contagious disease received; all other sick or injured
applicants admitted by the Warden on application at hospital, or by the
order of any reputable physician of Jersey City, and ambulance sent for patient.

VISITING DAYS. — Sunday and Thursday between 2 and 4 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— George O. Osborne.

APOTHECARY.— S. D. Kay.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— W. J. Parker, A. J. Loomis, J. J, Baumann,
S. V. W. Stout, John H. Finnerty, Charles A. Llmeburner.

VISITING SURGEONS.— W. W. Varick, J. D. McGill. E. P. Buffett, G. K.
Dickinson, T. J. McLaughlin, Mortimer Lampson.

HOUSE STAFF. — Edward Woodruff Banta and William Wallace Brooke.



806 HOSPITALS OP NEW JERSEY.

ST. FRANCIS' HOSPITAL..— Jersey City. East Hamilton pi. Tel.
123. Under the charge of the Sisters of the Poor of St. Franels (R. C).

ADMISSION. — AH are welcome, irrespective of religious creed, social con-
dition, color, or nationality. Emergency cases are admitted at all hours;
others must apply between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. Patients with contagious or
venereal diseases not admitted, and those with chronic or incurable diseases
only when urgent symptoms exist and when there is a prospect of giving
temporaiy relief. Such cases are not retained after relief has been secured.
A certificate from a reputable physician as to the nature and duration of
the di.sease is, in all cases, required if the patient lives outside of the city,
or in case It Is expe lient for a member of the hospital staff to make an
examination oefore admission. Applications for admission must be made
directly to the Sisters.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, 3 to 5 P.M.

MEDICAL DIRECTOR.— John D. McGill.

CONSULTING SURGEON.— Nathan Bozeman.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— J. Leonard Corning.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— William J. Parker, Henry H. Brlnkerhoff,
J. C. Parson, W. S. Boyd, A. Loomis and E. Mulvaney.

ASSISTANT PHYSICIANS.— Arthur D. DeLong, Samuel H. Culver.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— J. D. McGill, Thomas J. McLpughlin, Mortimer
Lampson, Christopher D. Hill.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— J. E. Corrigan, Charles K. Law, Robert Stew-
art, John J. Mooney, William L. Ketherington, Edward P. Hart, Frank W.
Mallalieu.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— L. Grant Baldwin, Oliver R. Blanchard, William F.
Faison.

SURGEON DENTIST.— George J. Hornung.

JTlONTCIiAIK.

MOUNTAINSIDE HOSPITAL..— Montclair. Bay st. Tel. 107.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— Montclair, Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, Vorona,
Caldwell.

ADMISSION. — Cases that are usually admitted to a general hospital are
taken, with the exception of chronic diseases. There is a small maternity
ward and a ward for contagious diseases.

VISITING DAYS.— Sund'ay and Wednesday, 2 to 4 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss Laura B. Ulick.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Henry Power, Upper Montclair; William H. White
and E. M. Ward, Bloomfield; H. B. Whitehorne, Verona.

VISITING SURGEONS.— C. H. Bailey, Bloomfield; J. S. Brown, R. P.
Francis, R. C. Newton, Montclair.

CONSULTING STAFF.— Edward J. Ill, Gynecologist; Charles J. Klpp,
Oculist and Aurist; R. H. Sayre, Orthopedist; Frederick Peterson, Neurologist;
Ellsworth Eliot, Jr., Surgeon.

HOUSE OFFICER (non-resident).— William H. Areson, Montclair.

MORRISTOWN.

ALL. SOULS' HOSPITAL.— Morrlstown. Mount Kemble ave. Tel. 199.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— Morris and Sussex Counties, Basking Ridge and
vicinity in Somerset County.

ADMISSION. — Contagious diseases and maternity cases, and cases of chronic
disease having no prospect of improvement, are not admitted. Patients able
to pay are charged for board.

VISITING DAYS.— 2 to 5 P.M. daily, except the last Sunday In the month.

MEDICAL DIRECTOR.— Stephen Pierson.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Frederick W. Owen, Calvin Anderson. Henry M.
O'Reilly, H. B. McCarroll, Assistants.

VISITING SURGEON.— H. A. Henriques. J. B. Griswold, Assistant.

CONSULTING STAFF.— Parker Syms, Surgeon; E. J. Ill, Gynecologist;
T. Y. Sutphen, Ophthalmologist; Fayette Smith, Laryngologist ; D. Hunter
McAlpin, Pathologist.



HOSPITALS OF NEW JERSEY. 807

MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL, HOSPITAL,.— Morristown.

SUPERINTENDENT AND EXECUTIVE OFFICER OP THE HOSPITAL AND
ANNEX (CONTAGIOUS DISEASES).— P. C. Barker, M.D.

MEDICAL STAFF.— G. A. Becker, A. A. Lewis, Stephen Pierson, H. B.
McCarroll and A. Nebelacker.

CONSULTING GYNECOLOGIST.— Edward J. Ill, Newark.

NEUROLOGIST.— Pearce Bailey, New York City.

PATHOLOGIST.— T. P. Prout.

NEIFARK,

EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY, NEW.ARK CHARITABLE.—

Newark. 60 Stirling st. Tel. 53.

ADMISSION.— All poor persons are admitted for treatment of eye, ear.
nose, and throat until 3.30 P.M. daily, except Sundays and holidays. Board
for ward patients, if able to pay, $5 per week.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, from 3 to 5 P.M.

MATRON.— Mrs. Emma Kempf.

EXECUTIVE SURGEON.— Charles J. Kipp.

EYE AND EAR DEPARTMENT (daily, 2 to 3 P.M.).— Attending Surgeons.—
C. J. Kipp, William Rankin, W. E. Cladek, Marcus Seidmann, Wells P.
Eagleton, Frederick Webner. Assistants. — William M. Brlen, F. C. Jacobson,
S. H. Baldwin, John Hemsath, Robert H. Rogers, E. S. Sherman and Sumner
Shailer.

THROAT AND NOSE DEPARTMENT (dally 11 to 12).— Consulting Surgeon.
—Edgar Holden. Attending Surgeons. — Edward Sealy, Fayette Smith, J. C.
Johnson.

RESIDENT ASSISTANT PHYSICIAN.— Elbert A. Curtis.

GERMAN HOSPITAL, NEWARK.-Cor. Bank and Newton sts.
Tel. 19.

ADMISSION. — All cases of acute non-contagious diseases are received, re-
gardless of creed or nationality, i.e., medical, surgical, and obstetrical cases.
Occasionally chronic cases and children are a(^mitted. Board, for those able
to pay, $5 per w°ek in the wards. Apply to the Superintendent, Miss P. M.
Debeck, and to the House Physician, E. Tutschulte.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, and Sunday afternoon from 2
to 4 P.M.

VISITING STAFF.— C. F. Lehlbach, F. W. Thum, M. Seldman, W. F.
Seidler, E. Staehlin, W. J. Roeber, F. Hexamer, C. L. Ill, E. E. Guentlier,
P. T. Fleger, V. Nager, R. G. P. Dieffenbach.

CONSULTING STAFF.— E. J. Ill, C. J. Kipp.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— E. Tutschulte.

HOSPITAL, FOR BABIES.-Newark. 437 High st.
ATTENDING PHYSICIAN.— Henry L. Colt.
ATTENDING SURGEON.— Edward Staehlin.
SUPERINTENDENT.— C. Evelyn Watkins.

HOSPITAL OF ST. BARNABAS.-681 High st., Newark. In charge
of the Episcopal Sisterhood of St. Margaret. There is no ambulance.

ADMISSION.— Patients are admitted between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. They
must apply In person at the office of the hospital, when they will" be ex-
amined by the House Physician and Surgeon on duty, and admitted by the
Superintendent. If unable to apply in person, they are required to pre.^sent
a written diagnosis from a physician in good standing. In case of emergency,
patients may be admitted at any hour of the day or night. No patient
suffering from any Infectious or contagious disease, or from delirium tremens,
will be admitted. Board in the general wards, for those able to pay $6 for
adults and $2 per week for children.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, from 2 to 4 P M

SUPERINTENDENT.— Sister Adeline.

APOTHECARY.— H. A. Tarbell.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Arthur Ward, J. F. Hagar T W Corwin
H. J. F. Wallhauser, William S. Disbrow. . • .



808 HOSPITALS OF NEW JERSEY.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— William J. Chandler, Archibald Mercer, Charlea
Young, L. E. Hollister, Edward J. 111.

CONSULTING STAFF.— C. M. Zeh, James Elliott, D. M. Dill, D. M. Skin-
ner, Edgar Holden, H. C. Bleyle.

SURGEON GYNECOLOGIST AND SUPEKINTENDENT LYING-IN DEPART-
MENT.— Edward J. Ill; Assistant, Charles L. Ill; Chief of Clinic, Emll E.
Guenther; Chemical Assistant, F. Hexamer.

OPHTHALMIC SURGEON.— Charles J. Klpp.

SURGEON DENTIST.— C. Vv'. F. Holbrook.

HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.-Newark. Cor.

Central ave. and S. 10th st.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— J. M. Rand, Edward Sealy and A. B. Nash.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— Henry Ost, \V. F. Shick, Chauncey Griffiths and
W. A. Rogers.

SUPERVISING NURSE.— Rose C. Wells.

♦NEWARK CITY HOSPITAL..— 116 Falrmount ave. Under the con-
trol of the Board of Health. Tel. for ambulance, 168.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— City limits.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Wednesday, 2.30 to 4.30 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Prank E. Baker.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— George R. Kent, Aaron K. Baldwin, Charles D.
Bennett, Charles F. Underwood.

VISITING SURGEONS.— L. Eugene Hollister, Peter V. B. Hewlett, Charles
Young, Archibald Mercer.

GYNECOLOGIST.— E. Zeh Hawkes.

CONSULTING OPHTHALMOLOGIST.— Charles J. Klpp.

CONSULTING DENTIST.— C. W. F. Holbrook.

HOUSE STAFF.— H. E. Clarke. J. H. Lauring, W. F. Kelm.

ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL.— Newark. 304 High St., cor. Central
ave. Tel. 84. In charge of the (R. C.) Sisters of the Poor of St, Francis.
There is no ambulance service.

ADMISSION. — Patients are received between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M., Irrespective
of color, creed, or nationality. Emergency cases are admitted at any hour.
Apply to the Sisters with a note from a reputable physician. The poor are
received free; others are required to pay a moderate sum. Applicants from
outside the city of Newark must bring a note from their pastor or employer,
or from the Overseer of the Poor of their township.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, 3 to 5 P.M.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Robert G. Stanwood, Everett P. Courtright and J.
T. Wrightson.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Joseph Fewsmith, Charles D. Bennett.

EMERITUS SURGEONS.— Joseph C. Young, H. C. H. Herold.

EYE AND EAR DEPARTMENT. — Surgeon, T. Y. Sutphen ; Assistants, J.
Henry Clark, R. C. Potter, S. F. Ferris.

THROAT DEPARTMENT.— Surgeon, Theodore W. Corwin; Assistants, C. B.
Griffiths, Paul Fitzgerald, A. C. Dougherty.

DERMATOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT.— Surgeon, Joseph Fewsmith; Assistants.
R G. Marks, E. S. Sherman.

HOUSE PHYSICIANS.— A. M. Mills, J. D. Lippincott; Wm. Gauch and F. S.
Gordon, Assistants.

HOUSE SURGEONS.— Floy McEwen and C. E. Teeter; H. C. Cory and Joseph
C. Pollard, Assistants.

WOMAN'S HOSPITAL.— Newark. 304 High St., cor. Central ave. A
department of St. Michael's Hospital under the charge of the (R. C.) Sisters of
the Poor of St. Francis.

CONSULTING SURGEON.— Edgar Holden.

SURGEONS.— Edward J. 111. W. E. Carroll; Assistants. Charles L. Ill, Wllllara
J. Roebtr, William M. Goodwin, W. Petry. L. T. Wendelboe.



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ORANGE MEMORIALi HOSPITAL. Orange. 224 Essex ave. Tel. 25.

AMBULANCE. — For particulars regarding service, apply to Record Ambu-
lance office. Day St., Orange.

ADMISSION. — Cases of acute non-contagious disease are admitted between
10 A.M. and 1 P.M.; emergency cases at any hour. A limited number of in-
curables are received, provided they pay not less than $5 per week. There
are medical, surgical, and maternity wards, as well as wards for children
and for phthisical cases. Board, for those able to pay, $5 per week in the
wards. Cases are admitted on a physician's certificate, preferably from one
of the staff.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, from 2.30 to 4.30 P.M.; Sunday,
from 10 to 11 A.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Mrs. Mary J. Chambers.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— George Baylesa, Thomas S. P. Fitch and Mefford



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