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Turner S. W., Chester.

Tuttle A. L., 78 Broad at., Milford.

Tuttle C. A., 129 Whalley av.. New
Haven.

Tuttle F. B., Naugatuck.

Tuttle F. J., 2C9 Church St., Nauga-
tuck.

Upson C. R., 19 S. Main st., Water-
bury.

Vail E. S., Enfleld.

VanVleet P. P., 4 Summer st., Stam-
ford.

Variell A. D., Main St., Watertown.

Varno H. C, 31 Prospect St., Thomp-
aonville.

Verdi W. F., 172 St. John St.. New
Haven.

Von Tobel A. E., 284 E. Main St..
Meriden.

Wade J. A., 270 Main st., Danbury.

Wadhams S. H., Torrlngton.

Wagner J. J., Greenwich.

Waite F. L., 68 Pratt St., Hartford.

Wallace W. H. H., Lyme.

Ward J. W., 437 Capitol av., Hart-
ford.

Warner A. S., Wethersfleld.

Warner C. N., Litchfield.

Warrlner M. A., 678 Warren Bt.,
Bridgeport.

Washburn E. L., 84 Church St., New
Haven.

Washburn N. P., Stamford.

Washburn P. C, 22 Prospect St.,
Hartford.



OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.



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Waters J. B., 103 Trumbull St.,

Hartford.
Watkin E. J., New Haven.
Watson W. C, 1076 E. Main St..

Bridgeport.
Watson W. S., P.O. bldg., Danbury.
Webb C. v., 855 Lafayette St.,

Bridgeport.
Webb D. M., 37 Boston St.. Madison.
Weed A. J., Gran by.
Weed W. E., Ridgefleld.
Weldner C, Rose block, Manchester.
Weir J. M., 48 May St.. Ilnrtford.
Welch E. H., 798 Main St., Winsted.
Welch G. K., 103 Pratt st., Hartford.
Welch H. L., 44 College St., New

Haven.
Welch W. C, 44 College st.. New

Haven.
Weldon J., 784 Main St., Wllll-

mantic.
Weldon T. H., S. Manchester.
Wellington W. W., Terryville.
Werner J., 381 S. Main St., Water-
bury.
West R. B., 15 Fair st., Guilford.
Wheeler F., Farmington.
Wheeler F. H.. 221 Crown St., New

Haven.

Wheeler L. H., Westport.

White B. W., 390 State St., Bridge-
port.

White C. F. S., 329 Dixwell av.. New
Haven.

White J. H., Noroton.

White M. C, 214 Crown St., New
Haven.

White R. C, 20 North St., WIllI-
mam.ic

Whiton F. H., Manchester.

Whittemore F. H., 13 Elm St., New
Haven.

Wiggin C. D., Mystic.
Wight G. D., 15 Greenwaad av..
Bethel.



Wilcox F. E., Willlraantlc.

Wile W. C, 37 Foster st., Danbury.

Williams C. A., 24 Washington St.,

New London.
Williams D. A.. Middletown.
Williams E. E., Moodus.
Williamson A. N., 106 Ocean av..

New London.
Williamson E., High Ridge, Stam-
ford.
Wilmot L. H., Ansonia.
Wilson E. A., 50 Colony St., Merlden.
Wilson F. W., 834 Myrtle av.,

Bridgeport.
Wilson J. J., Bristol.
Wilson S. A., Windsor.
Wilson W. P., 184 Centre at., Wal-

lingford.
Wilson W. v., W. Haven.
Winchell A. E., 60 Pearl St.. New

Haven.
Winne W., N., 1002 Whalley av.,

New Haven.
Winship E. O., 30 Elm St., Rock-

ville.



Witter W., 196
Wolff A. J.. 1
Woods J. U., 8
Wooster C. M.,
Wordin N. E

Bridgeport.
Wright F. W.,

Haven.
Wright J. W.

Bridgeport.
Wright G. H.

Milford.
Wright T. G.

Plainville.
Wurtenberg W.

Haven.
Young C. B.. 36 Pleasant st., Mid-
dletown.
Young T. H., 174 Winchester av..

New Haven.
Zink W. H., Branford.



Central av., Norwich.
Spring St.. Hartford.
Park St., New Haven,
, Tariffville.
., 274 Fairfield av.,

413 Orange St., New

, 808-812 Myoth av.,

, 90 Main St., New

, 58 W. Main St.,

C, 42 Elm St., New



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF CONNECTICUT.

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Information.

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL. SOCIETY.— Annual meeting. New
Haven, May 28 and 29, 1902.

OFFICERS.— John H. Granniss, Pres., Old Saybrook; G. A. Shelton, Vice-
Pres., Shelton; W. \V. Knight, Treas., Hartford; W. E. Wordin, See., Bridge-
port; J. H. T. Townsend, Asst. Sec, New Haven.

COMMITTEE ON HONORARY DEGREES.— H. L. Swain. S. B. St. John
and W. C. Haven.

COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS AND ANNIVERSARIES.— F. H.
Wheeler, J. W. "Wright and B. A. Cheney.

COMMITTEE ON MEDICAL EXAMINATION.— S. M. Garlick.

FAIRFIELD COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— The annual
meeting is on the second Tviesday in April at Bridgeport; semi-annual In
October.

OFFICERS.— F. L. Day, President, Bridgeport; George S. Ford, Clerk, 231
State St., Bridgeport.

HARTFORD COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Meetings are
held on the third Wednesday in April and October at Hartford. Annual meeting
is In April.

OFFICERS.— George Clary, Pres., New Britain; William G. Craig, Clerk.
75 Pratt St., Hartford.

LITCHFIELD COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Meetings
are held on the second Tuesday In January, July and October, the October meet-
ing being held at Litchfield. Annual meeting is on the fourth Tuesday in
April at Winsted.

OFFICERS.— John C. Kendall, Pres., Norfolk; A. E. Cobb, Clerk, Fall3
Village.

MIDDLESEX COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Meetings
are held on the second Thursday in April and October. Annual meeting is in
April at Middletown.

OFFICERS.— Henry Smith Noble, Pres., Middletown; Frank K. Hallock,
Clerk, Cromwell.

NEW HAVEN COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Meetings

are hald on the third Thursday in April and October in different parts of the
county. Annual meeting is in April.

OFFICERS.— Henry L. Swain, Pres., New Haven; Joseph H. Townsend,
Clerk, 39 College st.. New Haven.

NEW LONDON COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.-Annual

meeting is on the first Thursday in April; semi-annual, first Thursday In
October.

OFFICERS.— Rush W. Kimball, Pre§., Norwich; Carlisle F. Ferrln, Clerk.
New London.

TOLLAND COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— The semi-annual
meeting is at Stafford Springs in the fall. Annual meeting is on the third Tues-
day in Anril at Rockville.

OFFICERS.— T. F. O'Loughlin, Pres., Rocl:ville; Edvdn T. Davis, Clerk,
Ellington.

870



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF CONNECTICUT. 871

"WINDHAM COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Meetings are
held at the call of the President, the annual meeting being in April.

OFFICERS.— Laura Heath Hills, Pres., Willimantic; James L. Gardner.
Clerk. Central Village.



CONNECTICUT ECLECTIC MEDICAL, ASSOCIATION.-An-

nual meeting, second Tuesday of May; semi-annual meeting, second Tuesday of
October.

OFFICERS.— Thomas S. Hodge, Pres., Torrington; Henry Bickford, Vice-
Pres., Hartford; George A. Faber, Sec, Waterbury; Leroy A. Smith, Treas..
Higsanum.

CENSORS.— G. A. Faber, "Waterbury; Leonard Bailey, Mlddletown; Thomas
Mulligan, New Britain; Thomas S. Hodge, Torrington; Henry Bickford,
Hartford.



CONNECTICUT HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL, SOCIETY.—

Annual meeting, third Tuesday of May.

OFFICERS.— C. E. Sandford, Pres., Bridgeport; C. H. Colgrove, Vice-Pres.,
Willimantic; Hills Cole, Sec, Hartford; E. J. Walker, Treas., New Haven.

CENSORS.— C. E. Stark, Norwich; A. W. Phillips, Derby; J. H. Allen.
Norwich; Theodore St. John, Thomaston; Sophia Penfield, Danbury.

MEMBERS OF STATE EXAMINING BOARD.— E. B, Hooker, Hartford; E. H.
Linnell, Norwich; H. P. Cole, Hartford; Charles E. Sandford, Bridgeport;
E. C. M. Hall, New Haven.

BRIDGEPORT.

BRIDGEPORT MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— Organized in 1866 for
the study and discussion of medical and surgical topics, and scientific subjects
relative thereto, and the promotion e»f social intercourse. Any graduate of a
regular medical college of good moral character, who has been properly reg-
istered according to the laws of the State of Connecticut, and who hasi
practiced medicine and surgery in Bridgeport for six months, is eligible to
membership.

ANNUAL DUES. — $5. Meets annually on the first Tuesday in January.

OFFICERS.— G. B. Cowell, Pres. ; P. M. Tukey, Vice-Pres. ; G. S. Ford.
Sec, 313 State st.

HARTFORD.

HARTFORD MEDICAL, SOCIETY.-Organized September 15. 1846.

OBJECTS. — To maintain a library, reading room, medical museum, and
laboratory; and for the promotion of social and professional intercourse among
its members.

MEMBERSHIP. — The degree of doctor of medicine from an approved col-
lege Is requisite.

ANNUAL DUES, $10.

Meetings are held at the Hunt Memorial Medical Building on the first and
third Mondays in the month, except during July and August. Annual meet-
ing on the first Monday in January.

OFFICERS.- George R. Shepherd, Pres.; Joseph E. Root, Sec, 67 Pearl St.;
George N. Bell, Asst. Sec ; George K. Welch, Treas.

LIBRARIAN.— Frederick T. Simpson.

NEW BRITAIN.

NEW BRITAIN MEDICAL, SOCIETY.— New Britain. Established
1892. Annual meeting, first Thursday in January.

OFFICERS.— George J. Holmes, Pres. ; Joseph B. Brocksieper, Sec.



872 MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF CONNECTICUT.

NK^V HAVEN.

NEW HAVEN MEDICAL, ASSOCIATION.— Organized January 6,
1803, to establish the practice of medicine and surgery in this city upon a;
respectable footing; to carry into effect measures for mutual improvement, and
to promote a good understanding and hurmonious intercourse among Us
members.

MEMBERSHIP. — Any physician, having had one year's professional residence
in New Haven or in any adjoining town, and who is eligible to membership
in the Connecticut Medical Society, is eligible to membership in this association.

ANNUAL DUES, $5.

MEETINGS are held on first and third Wednesday evenings of each month,
except July ajid August, at 847 Chapel st. Annual meeting first Wednesday la
January.

OFFICERS.— Frank H. Wheeler, Pres. ; Alfred G. Nadler, Sec and Treas.,
122 Olive St.

NE^V LONDON.

NEW LONDON MEDICAL SOCIETY.— Meetings are held
monthly.
OFFICERS.— J. C. Taylor, Pres. ; Griswold Bragaw, Sec.

WATEKBURY.

WATERBURY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Organized January

B, 1857, to establish the practice of medicine and surgery upon a respectable
footing, and for mutual improvement and protection.

MEMBERSHIP. — Regular physicians, approved by the association, having
had six months' practice in Waterbury or vicinity, are eligible for mem-
bership.

ANNUAL DUES, $2.

MEETINGS are held on the second Monday of each month, except July and
August, at 9 P.M. Place of meeting varies. Annual meeting in January.

OFFICERS.— Walter L. Barber, Pres.; John R. Poore, Sec. and Treas.,
Waterbury.



HOSPITALS AXD BENEVOLENT INSTITU-
TIOXS OF CONNECTICUT.

• Signifies that no reply has been received in response to request for infor-
mation.

BRIDGEPORT.

BRIDGEPORT HOSPITAL.— Bank st Tel. 308-2.

ADMISSION.— Patients are admitted by permits of one of the Executive Com-
mittee or on application to the Superintendent of the hospital, in person or by
letter, ' after examination hj a member of the Visiting Staff or by one of the

RESIDENT CONSULTING STAFF.— George L. Porter, Curtis H. Bill, Robert

VISITING SURGEONS.— N. E. Wordin, J. W. Wright, Henry Blodget. J. Reed

"visiting PHYSICIANS.— Fred. C. Graves, "William C. Rowers, J. C. Lynch,
G. B. Cowell.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— S. M. Garlick, C. C. Godfrey.

OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL SURGEONS.— F. M. Wilson. H. S. Miles.

ORTHOPEDIST.— F. B. Downs.

PATHOLOGIST AND BACTERIOLOGIST.— J. C. Lynch.

NON-RESIDENT CONSULTING STAFF.— M. V. B. Dunham, Greenfield Hill;
Seth Hill Stepney; A. M. Hurlburtt, Stamford; Gould A. Shelton, Shelton; A.
C. Barber, Bethel; James G. Gregory, Norwalk; F. N. Loomis, Derby; W. B.
Cogswell, Stratford; E. A. Stratton, Danburj-.

HOUSE STAFF.— Edward D. Smith, David B. Wason and Frank W. Stevens.

UANBURY.

D ANBURY HOSPITAL..— Locust ave. Tel. 147. Board. $5 to JIO per
week. Visitors received every afternoon.

HARTFORD.

HARTFORD DISPENSARY (HUNT MEMORIAL).— 38 Prospect Bt.
Tel 827 Open daily, except Sundays, from 9 to 10 A.M.

GENERAL MEDICINE.— J. H. Rose; L. B. Cochran and F. L. McKee.
Assistants.

NEUROLOGY.— E. A. Down.

EYE EAR AND THROAT.— W. G. Craig, F. L. Waite.

GENERAL SURGERY.— M. M. Johnson; P. D. Bunee and H. A. Tyler.

GENITO-URINARY SURGERY.— S. C. Stern and D. DeBonis.

DERMATOLOGY.— C. C. Beach. H. F. Smith.

ORTHOPAEDIC— J. E. Root.

GYNECOLOGY.— A. J. Wolff, J. A. Ward. W. S. Reoch and J. H. Standish.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN.— C. A. Goodrich.

HARTFORD HOSPITAL.— 20 Hudson st. Tel. 623.

ADMISSION. — All admissions are by permit from one of the Executive Com-
mittee, or from the Superintendent. Venereal and contagious diseases received
only on special permit. The ordinary charge for ward patients Is $7 per week.
Provision is made for medical, surgical, gynecological and obstetrical cases.

VISITING DAYS.— Daily, 2 to 4 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT. — Benjamin S. Gilbert.

APOTHECARY.— Ida De Haven.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— Gurdon W. Russell. Georga
C. Jarvis, Horace S. Fuller, George R. Shepherd.

873



874 HOSPITALS, BENEVOLE:vT institutions of CONNECTICUT.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— William W. Knight, Walter Porter, Jr., Edward K.
Root, Charles C. Beach.

VISITING SURGEONS. — G. Plerrepont Davis, Harmon G. Howe, Ansel O.
Cook and E. J. McKnight.

OPHTHALMIC AND AU8AL SURGEONS.— William T. Bacon, Samuel B. St.
John.

GYNECOLOGIST.— Phineas H. Ingalls.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.— Philip D. Bunce.

PATHOLOGIST AND BACTERIOLOGIST.— Walter Steiner.

HOUSE STAFF.— Clifford B. Brainard, Physician; Eckly R. Storrs, Assistant;
G. Scott Towne, Surgeon; William H. Van Strander, Assistant.

HARTFORD ORPHAN ASYLiUM,— Mrs. Charles F. Howard. Pres. ;
Mrs. E. B. Bennett, 1st Vice-Prcs. ; Mrs. F. B. Cooley, 2d Vice-Pres. ; Mrs. F.
Goodwin, 3d Vice-Pres. ; Mrs. L. Brainard, 4th Vice-Pres. ; D. R. Howe, Treas. ;
Mrs. W. W. Hyde, Asst. Treas. ; Mrs. Charles F. Sedgwick, Rec. Sec. ; Mrs.
John S. Camp, Cor. Sec. ; Miss E. Blythe, Mrs. C. H. Havemeyer, Admission
Committee; Mrs. Sedgwick, Mrs. Wilder Smith, Mrs. C. H. Havemeyer, Pur-
chasing Committee; Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Palmer, School Committee; Mrs. Geo.
Beach, Auditor of Accounts of Assistant Treasurer; Judge N. Shipinan, Rev. F.
Goodwin, Judge E. B. Bennett, Leverett Brainard, D. R. Howe, C. P. Howard,
Advisory Board.

PHYSICIANS. — A. E. Abrams, F. T. Simpson, P. D. Bunce, L. B. Cochran.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— George R. Shepherd, E. J. McKnight.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Rev. Charles Morgan.

MATRON. — Mrs. Charles Morgan.

OLD PEOPLE'S HOME.— Hartford. A department of the Hartford

Hospital, established in 1874.

ADMISSION. — Applicants must be citizens of the County of Hartford, persona
of good character not under sixty years of age, and in reduced circum-
stances. They must pay to the Treasurer $1,000 on admission as permanent
inmates. A probationary period of two months is required before the applicant
can be confirmed as a permanent Inmate of the Home. Every person admitted
as such shall sign and exe-jute, in a book kept by the Superintendent, an
agreement and conveyance. Applicants for temporary accommodations in the
Home are charged such a sum as the Executive Committee may find necessary
to cover the expenses of board, washing, etc. Applications for admission must
be made to the Executive Committee, and a full statement of the circumstances
of the applicant must be given.

VISITING DAY.— Thursday, 10 A.M. to 12 M., and 2 to 4 P.M.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.— Harmon G. Howe, Thomas Sisson and T. R.
Cheeney.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Benjrmin S. Gilbert.

MATRON. — Mrs. Elizabeth J. Fox; Miss Carrie M. Fox, Assistant.

PHYSICIAN.— Joseph B. Hall.

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE.— Hartford, 30 Washington at.
Tel. 532. Opened in 1824. Public.
PHYSICIAN-IN-CHARGE.— Henry P. Stearns.
ASSISTANT PHYSICIANS.— James R. Bolton, Edward Atkinson.

ST. FRANCIS' HOSPITAL.-Hartford.

MATRON.— Sister A. Valencia.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— John O' Flaherty, President of Staff; Nathan Mayer.
Philip P. Carlon, Wm. J. Lynch, M. H. Gill and Joseph A. Kilbourne.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Marcus M. Johnson, Daniel F. Sullivan, John F.
Dowling, Michael A. Bailey, John B. Boucher and Joseph H. Cahill.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— Arthur J. Wolff and George C. Bailey.

NEUROLOGIST.— Thomas D. Crothers.

ORTHOPEDIST.— Joseph E. Root.

DENTAL SURGEON.— James McManus.

OCULIST AND AURIST.— Frank L. Waite.

BACTERIOLOGIST.— Patrick J. Ryan.

CONSULTANTS.— S. B. St. John and Wm. F. Bacon.

HOUSE SURGEON.— Anthony D. Moore.



HOSPITALS, BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OP CONNECTICUT. 875

MERIDEN.

MERIDEN HOSPITAL..— Meriden, Conn.

ADMISSION. — All emergency and acute cases received.

VISITING DAYS.— 2 to 4 P.M. daily.

MATRON.— Rose G. Reed.

PRESIDENT.— Dr. Jere Eggleston.

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— F. P. Griswold, C. F. Bradstreet, E. W.
Smith, H. A. Weeks and J. A. Cooke.

SPECIALISTS IN OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL CASES.— E. W. Pierce and E.
A. Wilson.

SECRETARY OF MEDICAL BOARD.— E. W. Pierce.

MIDDIiETOTI^lV.

CONNECTICUT HOSPITAL FOR INSANE.— Middletown. Tel. 87.

ADMISSION. — Only Insane pauper and indigent are received. Commitments
are by probate courts, except in case of criminal insane. Cost of support, $2.80
per week. All creeds and nationalities are admitted.

VISITING DAYS. — Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Charles W. Page.

APOTHECARY.— A. B. Boyles.

ASSISTANT PATHOLOGIST.— Jessie W. Fisher.

RESIDENT STAFF. — Henry S. Noble, William E. Fisher, James M. Keniston,
Charles E. Stanley, A. B. Coleburn, A. R. Defendorf, J. A. Mountain and A. C.
Thomas.

NEW^ HAVEN.

GENERAL. HOSPIT.^Ii SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT, NEW
HAVEN. — Eli Whitney, Pres. ; Morris F. Tyler, Vice-Pres. ; Charles E.
Curtis, Treas. ; Timothy H. Bishop, Sec. ; Charles Ray Palmer, Charles E.
Graves, William G. Daggett, Prudential Committee; John H. Starkweather,
Superintendent; the Governor (ex-ofllcio), William J. Mills, John P. Studley,
New Haven, Commissioners; Samuel E. Merwin, Eli Whitney, Thomas Hooker,
Finance Committee.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— S. D. Gilbert, W. G. Daggett, L. S. DeForest,
C. J. Foote, Max Mailhouse and J. S. Ely.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— Francis Bacon, W. H. Carmalt, T. H. Russell,
W. W. Hawkes.

LARYNGOLOGIST.— Henry L. Swain.

OPTHALMOLOGIST.— Henry W. Ring.

PATHOLOGIST.— Charles J. Bartlett.

GRACE HOSPITAL, NEW HAVEN.— Joel A. Sperry, Pres. ; Edwin
S. Greeley, Vice-Pres. ; Emory J. Walker, Sec. ; John A. Richardson, Treas. ;
Joel A. Sperry, Edwin S. Greeley, Robert T. Merwin, E. C. M. Hall, C. Vishno,
Simon B. Shoninger, Paul C. Skiff, B. H. Cheney, W. H. Sage, H. C. Warren,
S. F. Foote, E. J. Walker, W. W. McLane, F. H. Benton, W. C. Skiff, M. J.
Adams, Directors.

NEW HAVEN ORPHAN ASYLUM.— Mrs. George W. Curtis, Pres. ;
Mrs. N. D. Sperry, Chief Manager; Josephine S. Newton, Treas.; Mrs. Henry
Champion, Sec. ; Mrs. Franklin S. Bradley, Asst. Sec. ; Eliza K. Twining, Rec.
Sec; Mrs. N. D. Sperry, Provider; Mrs. Charles T. Candee, Visitor.

NE\r LONDON.

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (" The Memorial Hospital Association ").—
New London. Garfield and Jefferson aves. Tel. 139.

AMBULANCE. — The ambulance goes out of town by special arrangement,
this service being charged for according to the distance and time required.

ADMISSION. -"-Nearly all cases, except contagious and venereal diseases, are
admitted; chronic cases only for short periods. Board, for those able to pay, |10



876 HOSPITALS, BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF CONNECTICUT.

per week In the wards. Apply to the Executive Committee with certificate of
two visiting physicians. Emergency cases may be granted temporary admlBBion.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 4 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Misa M. J. Wallace.

MEDICAL STAFF.— F. N. Braman, Pres. ; J. G. Stanton, Vlce-Pres. ; C. B.
Graves, Sec. ; Members (1901), C. B. Graves, A. H. Allen, F. W. Smith, J. R.
Crofton, George S. Morgan; (1902), F. N. Braman, A. W. Nelson, John G. Stanton,
F. J. Beckwith, Griswold Bragaw; (1903), H. B. Thomson, L. K. Shlpman, H.
H. Heyer, C. F. Ferrln, Carl A. Williams.

NORlJriCII.

WILLIAM W. DACKUS HOSPITAL.— Norwich. Washington st.
Tel. 87.

AMBULANCE. — There is an ambulance service, and the charges for the Bamo
to the neighboring towns are In accordance with a published schedule.

ADMISSION. — All classes of cases are received with the exception of delirium
tremens, smallpox, syphilis, and cholera. Only those persons who are carried
directly' from the place of accident are admitted without a certificate from
one of the medical staff or from the superintendent. The ordinary charge in
the wards Is $7 per week. Town, State and County Home poor, $3 per week;
corporations and benevolent societies, paying for poor patients, t5 per week.

VISITING DAYS.— Week days from 2 to 5 P.M.; Sunday, 2.30 to 3.30 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Frederick Symington.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— W. S. C. Perkins, P. H. Harriman, Julian La
Pierre, William Witter, W. T. Browne, N. P. Smith.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Leonard B. Almy, Patrick Cassidy, Witter K. Tlnglej,
George R. Harris, Rush W. Kimball.

GYNECOLOGISTS AND OBSTETRICIANS.— L. B. Almy, W. K. Tingley.

OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL SURGEON.— Anthony Peck.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON— Lewis S. Paddock.

NON-RESIDENT STAFF.— John Welden, T. R. Parker, Willimantic; George
H. Jennings, Jewett City; E. H. Davis, Plainfleld; F. E. Guild, South Wind-
ham; Morton E. Fox, MontviJle; C. B. Newton, Stafford Springsr Charles N.
Allen, Moosup; W. H. Judson, Danielson.

HOUSE STAFF. — Edward T. Ashley and Louis Bremnerman.

OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT.

This is open dally from 3 to 4.30 P.M., except Sundays and holidays;
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 7.30 to 8.30 P.M.

EYE AND EAR. — Friday from 9 to 12 A.M. Anthony Peck.

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— Wednesday from 2 to 3 P.M. Leonard B. Almy
and Witter K. Tingley.

POMPRET.

DAY-KIMBALL HOSPITAL.- Pomfret. Tel. 48-4.

CHAIRMAN OP THE HOUSE COMMITTEE.— C. W. Thompson.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— S. B. Overlock, F. A. Morrell, Omer La Rue, J. J.
Russell, C. C. Gildersleeve and F. H. Corps.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— George A. Bowen, L. Holbrook. A. E. Darling,
H. L. Hammond, J. B. Kent, L. O. Morrasse, J. F. Mcintosh and C. Allen.

STAIIIFORB.

STAMFORD HOSPITAL.— Stamford, Main st. Tel. 14-3. Has an

ambulance service.

MATRON.— Mrs. Emily F. Smith.

VISITING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— Augusta M. Hurlbutt, Frank M.
Tiffany, George Sherrill and Samuel Pierson.

GYNECOLOGIST.— Frederic Schavoir.

OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL SURGEON.— James A. Meek.



HOSPITALS, BKNEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF CONNECTICUT. 877

AVATERBURY.

*W^\TEIIBURY HOSPITAL..— Waterbury,

MATRON.— Mary A. Andrews.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— Edward L. Griggs, Edward
W. McDonald and Thomas L. Axtelle.

NON-RESIDENT CONSULTING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— W. S.
Munger, Watertown; F. B. Tuttle, Naugatuck; R. S. Goodwin, Thomaston, and
T. S. Hanchett, Torrington.

VISITING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— Frank E. Castle, Walter L.
Barber, John M. Benedict, Caroline R. Conkey, Carl E. Munger, C. W. S.
Frost, Daniel J. Maloney and Henry G. Anderson.

OPHTHALMIC SURGEON.— Charles S. Rodman.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— Myron L. Cooley and Henry G. Anderson.

LARYNGOLOGIST AND AURAL SURGEON.— Carl B. Munger.



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT OF CONNECTICUT.

OflScial term ends January 7, 1903.

George P. McLean, Governor.

Edwin O. Keeler, Lieutenant-Governor.

Charle.s G. R. Vinal, Secretary.

Henry H. Gallup, Treasurer.

Abiram Chamberlain, Comptroller.

Charles Phelps, Attorney-General.



MEDICAL LAWS OF CONNECTICUT.

AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, SURGERY AND

MIDWIFERY.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly
convened;

§ 1. — No person after the first day of October, 1893, shall, in this State, for
compensation, gain or reward, received or expected, treat, operate, or prescribe
for any injury, deformity, ailment, or disease, actual or imaginary, of an-
other person, nor practice surgery or midwifey, unless or until he has obtained
a certificate of registration as hereinafter provided, and then only in the kind
or branch of practice as stated in said certificate; but this act shall not apply
to dentists while practicing dentistry only; nor to any person in the employ of
the United States government while acting in the scope of his employment;
nor to any person who shall furnish medical or surgical assistance in cases of
sudden emergency; nor to any person residing out of this State who shall be
employed to come into the State to assist or consult with any physician or
surgeon who has been registered in conformity with the provisions of this act;
nor to any physician or surgeon then actually residing out of this State who
shall be employed to come into this State to treat, operate or prescribe for any
injury, deformity, ailment or disease from which any person is suffering at the
time when such non-resident physician or surgeon is so employed, nor to any
actual resident of this State recommending by advertisement or otherwise the



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