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Gynecologist, G. M. Edebohls; Laryngologist, William K. Simpson; Orthopedic
Surgeon, T. Halsted Myers; Ophthalmologist, Coleman W. Cutler; Neurologist,
Pearce Bailey; all of New York City.

BACTERIOLOGIST.— William D. Home.

HOUSE STAFF.— W. Dougherty, W. Wynn.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL..— Yonkers. South Broadway and Vark
St. Tel. 111.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— Southern part of Yonkers, and outside when
necessary. This hospital is in charge of the Sisters of Charity (R. C).

ADMISSION. — Apply at the hospital between 9 A.M. and 6 P.M. Emergency
cases received at any hour. No contagious disease is admitted, and no case
is received in the general wards which would occasion discomfort to others.
Chronic cases retained only long enough for their relief. Board, for those
able to pay, $6 per week in the wards.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday, 3 to 4.30 P.M.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— Peter A. Callan, Joseph D. Bryant and F'red-
erick S. Dennis.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— Valentine Browne, Edward Keyes and J. E.
Winters.

CONSULTING GYNECOLOGISTS.— J. Duncan Emmet and J. Ridder Goffe.

DERMATOLOGIST.— George H. Fox.

CONSULTANT LARYNGOLOGY AND RHINOLOGY.— F. J. Quinlan.

CONSULTING SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS.— A. C. Benedict, E. I. Har-
rington and E. M. Hermance.

VISITING SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS.— N. A. Warren, H. Moffat, E. F.
Duffy, George S. Mooney, J. L. Porteous and J. T. Gibson.

PATHOLOGIST.— F. W. Shipman.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— J, H, Tallman. Assistant, H. V. A.
Smith.

DISPENSARY STAFF.— D. Austiu, Carl H. Kroeber and M. H. Foy.

DENTIST.— H. W. Bertholf.

There is a training school for nurses connected with the hospital.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss K. L. B. Tully.



DISPENSARIES.— NEW YORK STATE.

•signifies that no reply has been received in response to request for
information.

AI^BANY.

*ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY.— Albany. Connected
with the hospital, cor. Broadway and N. Ferry st. The medical officers are
the same as for the hospital.

EYE AND EAR.— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9 A.M.

GYNECOLOGY.— Saturday, 12 to 2 P.M.

SURGERY.— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 12 to 1 P.M.

MEDICINE. — Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 12 to 1 P.M.

BUFFALO.

BUFFALO CITY DISPENSARY.— Buffalo. Furnishes medical and
surgical treatment and medicine to the poor, principally at their homes.
SECRETARY.— E. Webster.

BUFFALO EYE AND EAR INFIR3IARY.— 673 Michigan st.
Tel. 1253 Senera.

VISITING DAYS.— Every week-day at 2 P.M.

VISITING STAFF. — Lucien Howe, H. Y. Grant, G. A. Hitzel, A. E. Hub-
bard, J. C. Clemesha, F. J. Barrett, W. Scott Renner, A. B. Diehl.

NEW YORK CITY.

BOROUGHS OF MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

BLOOMINGDALE CLINIC OF ST. MICHAEL'S P. E.
CHURCH, 201 W. 99th st. Open daily, from 2 to 4 P.M., for the treatment
of General Medical and Surgical Diseases, and also for treatment of Diseases of
the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.

COLU3IBUS DISPENSARY, 1085 Lexington ave.
PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE.— L. W. Zwisohn.

DEMILT DISPENSARY, THE, cor. 2d ave. and 23d st.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— Miles H. Nash; F, H. Bartlett, Assistant. The House
Physicians have charge of the classification, and of vaccination at the Dis-
pensary.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.

NOTE. — The Physicians attend on alternate days; the first named in each
class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; the others on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.

GENERAL MEDICINE.— P.M., Chas. B. Slade and Frank N. Patterson ;Garnet
L. Hunter and Frank V. Phelps, Assistants.

GENERAL MEDICINE— A.M., Nathaniel G. McMaster and Lewis M. Silver;
Geo. M. Mackee and Albert E. Koonz, Assistants.

GENERAL SURGERY — Charles W. Jackson, and Daniel A. Fogarty; Theodor*
R. Burgtorff and Charles S. Josephs, Assistants.

DISEASES OP THE HEART AND LUNGS— A.M., Ernest P. Jenks »nd
J. Henry Wurthman.

DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND NOSE— Cornelius G. Coakley and James
E. Newcomb; W. Alex. Chisholm and E. E. Gary, Assistants.

DISEASES OP WOMEN— P.M., E. Emory Tull and Peter H. Ernst; John P.
MrParlan and Robert MacCastline, Assistants.

DISEASES OP WOMEN— A.M., J. Dougal Bissell and George D. Hamlin;
Arvac Cutujian and R. J. E. Scott, Assistants.

679



G80 DISPENSARTES— NEW YORK STATE.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN— A.M. , Tlios. F. McParlan and Robert S. Adams;
John S. Waters and Edwin Holmes, Assistants ;P.M., Joseph Winters and Henry
H. Forbes; Joseph W. Babcock and Wm. E. Cuff, Assi.stants.

DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR.— John C. Lester and Silas F. Hallock;
Geo. W. Kunz, Assistant.

DISEASES OP THE SKIN. — W. Bedford Brown and Henry H. Whltehouse;
Thos. H. Morgan and Benjamin F. Ochs, Assistants.

NERVOUS SYSTEM, RHEUMATISM AND ELECTRO-THERA'PEUTICa—
William B. Noyes and William M. Leszynsky.

PATHOLOGIST.— Jeremiah S. Ferguson.

EVENING CLASS FOR FEMALES (Tuesday and Friday), Cornelia E. Brown,
Augusta Vedln and Josephine Sherman; Evelyn Garigues, Assistant.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— North district (bounded by 30th and 40th sts., 6th
ave. and East River), Martin Downey; William S. Keegan, Assistant. Central
district (bounded by 20th and 40th sts., 6th ave. and East River), William L.
Stowell; David H. Jones, Assistant. South district (bounded by 14th and 20th
sts., 6th ave. and East River), George F. Poole; L. J. Mason, Assistant.

APOTHECARY. —William T. Stafford; Willis O. Davis, Assistant.

MATRON.— Mrs. Ida Bryan.

The House Physician or the Assistant Is in attendance from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.,
to receive the names of applicants for the services of the Visiting Physicians,
supervise and classify patients, to act in any department in the absence of the
Attending Physician, and to prescribe for cases needing Immediate relief; also
to vaccinate applicants between 9 and 10 A.M.

The Visiting Physicians attend patients at their homes. They are at the
Dispensary from 11 to 11.30 each day for the calls for their serTices. Patients
are not treated at the building on Sunday.

The Apothecary Is in attendance to put up prescriptions from 8 A.M. till
5 P.M. On Sunday and holidays, from 10 to 11 A.M.

BATH DEPARTMENT.— Entrance on 2d ave. Open for women and chtldren
only on Tuesday and Friday, 1 to 8 P.M. Open for men only th« remainder of
the week, including Sunday morning.

DENTAL. DISPENSARY OF THE NEW YORK COL,L,EGB
OF DENTISTRY, 205 E. 23d st. Open daily, Sunday and holidays ex-
cepted, from 9 to 12. Operations are performed by the students under proper
supervision.

STAFF.— A. R. Starr, M.D., and J. B. Llttig, Dental Surgeons: F. A. Chicherlo.
Examiner of Patients; Henrj' Heath, Jr., Superintendent Operating Department;
Herbert W. Spencer, Superintendent Prosthetic Department; M. L. Moss, Superin-
tendent Extracting Department.

EYE AND EAR HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY, THE NEAV AM-
STERDAM, 230 W. 3Sth St. Open from 2 to 3.30 P.M., daily.

EYE AND EAR DEPARTMENT.— T. R. Pooley, daily; G. A. Taylor, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday; J. H. Claiborne, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

NOSE AND THROAT DEPARTMENT.— R. C. Myles, G. B. Stanwix, Tuesday
and Friday; B. Spence, Tuesday and Thursday; G. L. Smith, Wednesday and
Saturday; D. M. Barstow, Monday and Friday; Louis R. Welzmiller, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday All attend from 2 to 3.30 P.M.

HOUSE SURGEON.— H. Edgar Coot.

EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY, NEW YORK, 218, 2d av. Tel.
1675. ISth.

ADMISSION. — For the free treatment of indigent persons suffering from
diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, as well as for those who are able
to pay. Emergency cases received at any hour.

VISITING DAYS.— Wednesday and Saturday, 9 to 12 A. M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— C. J. McNulty.

APOTHECARY.— A. Rothmann.

VISITING STAFF.— R. H. Derby, C. S. Bull. P. A. Callan, W. S. Dennett,
K. Gruening. J. E. Weeks, D. W. Hunter, M. E. Tully. H. H. Seabrook, F. D.
Skecl, W. E. Lambert, H. R. Price, E. B. Dench, J. L. Adams, F. Whiting.
W. McKernon, M. J. Asch. J. L. Ives, U. G. Hitchcock, E. Mayer, W. K. Simp-
son and J. S. Waterman.



DISPENSAniES — NEW YORK STATE. 681

CONSULTING 9TAFF.— A. H. Buck, F. Delafleld and M. Starr.
HOUSE STAFF.— T. N. Coghlan, P. B. Housli, W. D. Mason, J. D. Richar.1'3
and W. E. Richards.

EYE, EAR AND THROAT INFIRMARY, THE HARLEM,

144 E. 127th St., cor. Lexington ave. Open daily, Sunday excepted, from 2 to
1.30 P.M.

EXECUTIVE SURGEON.— Charles B. Meding.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— R. O. Born and A. H. Knapp; E. E. Specht, O.
B. Ferguson, J. E. Shrady, T. E. Barry, C. E. Smith, T. Kurrus, J. Heller and
E. Guion, Assistants.

FRAITEN KLINIK, NEW YORK, 310 Broome st. A dispensary
giving free medical aid to sick women and children.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— A. Brothers, L. J. Ladinskl, D. J. Hyman.
Charles Goodman and N. Friedman.

FRENCH HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY, 320-322 W. 34th st.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.— W. W. Gilflllan, Thursdays, 1 to 2 P.M.
GENERAL DISPENSARY.— Open daily, from 2 to 4 P.M.

CLINIC ON GENERAL MEDICINE ifts'D SURGERY.— M. T. Blank and C. C.
W'hitcomb, from April 1 to September 1.
MEDICAL INTERNE.— A. W. Haskell; D. M. Thomasson, Assistant.
DENTIST.— Geo. Fournier.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.— J. Segal.
The dispensary staff attend to out-door visits and confinements.

GENERAL ME3IORIAL HOSPITAL DISPENSARY. 106th st.
and Central Park West. For the treatment of cancer and allied diseases. An
Out-Patient Department is run in connection with the hospital for examination
of cases tliat may apply^ for admission, and to treat cases not requiring im-
mediate care.

CHIEF OF CLINIC— James J. Mclnerny. Open daily, except Sunday,
from 2.30 to 3.30 P.M.

GERMAN DISPENSARY, 137, 2d ave. Tel. 1276, 18th. For the poor
only; those able to pay are not admitted. All diseases except those which are
contagious, and adults and children without regard to nationality, color or
creed, are received. Apply to the Superintendent, J. W. Wahl, from 1 to
6 P.M. Open every day, except Sunday and holidays, 1 to 5 P.M.

APOTHECARY.— B. Sandler.

CONSULTANTS.— W. Balser, A. Calll6, E. Fridenberg, C. F. Kremer, H. F.
Kudlich, B. Morje and E. Schottky.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.

DENTISTRY.— 1.30 to 2 P.M.— H. R. Borst.

EYE DEPARTMENT.— 3 to 4 P.M., Monday, Thursday.— F. E. D'Oench.
Tuesday and Friday. — R. Denig. Wednesday and Saturday. — ^A. Schapringer.

SKIN AND VENEREAL DEPARTMENT.— 2 to 3 P.M., Monday, Wednesda>
and Friday. — J. P. Oberndorfer and L. Heitzmann. Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.— H. G. Klotz, S. Pollitzer and H. R. Graeser.

CHILDREN'S DEPAP^TMENT.— 3 to 4 P.M., Monday, W^ednesday and Friday.
— R. Stein, Ch. O. Maisch and J. E. Fuld. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. —
A. Seibert, A. Baron, M. E. Weber and J. G. Greeff.

DEPARTMENT FOR DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.— 3 to 4 P.M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. — Geo. W. Jacoby, J. R. Roelofts and J. R.
Jacoby. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. — A. Seessel and S. Hermann.

GYNECOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT.— 3 to 4 P.M., Monday and Thursday.—
L. gtraus and M. Rosenthal. Tuesday and Friday. — H. J. Garrigues and A. L.
Ewald. Wednesday and Saturday. — J. Schmitt and G. Seeligmann.

SURGICAL DEPARTMENT. — i to 5 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.—
E. Bachmann and E. Hotzen. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. — F. Torek, W.
K. Kubin, F. Bleil and F. L. Wachenheim.

THROAT AND EAR DEPARTMENT. — 4 to 5 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. — J. W. Gleitsmann, J. Horn and J. J. Hubschmitt. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. — F. Cohn, H. A. Ehrmann and E. Danziger.



682 DISPENSARIES— NEW YOIJK STATE.

INTERNAL DEPARTMENT (MALES).— 4 to H P.M., Monday and Thursday.—
M. Einhorn and G. L. Laporte. Tuesday and Friday. — F. Schwyzer, J. Kauf-
niann, Chas. Huber and Clias. Dauber. Wednesday and Saturday. — L. Peiser and
C. Theobald.

INTERNAL DEPARTMENT (FEMALESt). — i to 5 P.M., Monday and Thursday.
— P. Renn and H. Fischer. Tuesday and Friday. — A. Ripperger and E. G.
Kessler. Wednesday and Saturday. — J. Hoch and L. Leslnsky.

GOOD SAMARITAN DISPENSARY, THE, 75 Essex st. Tel. 1495
Spring. Open daily, from 9 to 5 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— W. J. Greanelle, M. D.

APOTHECARY.— A. Moren.

VISITING STAFF.— S. Goldenkranz, G. K. Swinburne, M. W. Ware, N.
Breiter, W. N. Berkeley, S. Neuhof, C. W. Allen, W. Cowen, M. L. Moss, J.
Sobel, F. Oastler and J. J. Philips..

HARLEM DISPENSARY, 108 E. 128th st. Open from 1 to 3 P.M.. daily,
except Sunday and holidays. Patients are visited at their homes, north of
104th St., and east of 8th ave. *

PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF.— Henry W. Mooney.

GENERAL DISEASES.— W. W. Ludbrook and W. J. Furness.

GYNECOLOGY.— Joseph T. Lois.

DERMATOLOGY.— E. L. Cocks.

ORTHOPEDICS.— L. W. Hubbard.

OUT-DOOR DEPARTMENT.— W. H. Stewart.

DENTISTRY.— H. H. Heywood.

EYE, EAR, THROAT AND NOSE.— Edward Fridenberg, George Schoeps and
Ralph Opvdke.

APOTHECARY.— David Lustig.

INFIR3IARY FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, DISPEN-
SARY OF THE, 321 E. 15th st.. New York City. Open daily, Sunday and
holidays excepted, from 9 to 11 A.M., and from 2 to 3 P.M. No limitation by
district. Same Consulting Staff as the Infirmary.

MEDICINE. — Emily Lewi, E. C. Garrigue, H. Baldwin and Angenette Parry;
Lotta W. Myers, Elsie Depew Strang, Mary Goodwin and Augusta Madison,
A.ssistants.

SURGERY. — G. B. Kelly and Marie L. Chard; Alma Vedin, Mary Willits and
Mary D. Rushmore, Assistants.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN.— Annie 3. Daniel and E. D. Brown; K. E. Mary-
son,, Assistant.

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— Augusta Vedin; J. M. Richardson, Jane Robbins and
Anna I. Wilmcr, J. B. Leo, Mary Case, E. Bulkley, Kate McMillan and Penelope
M. Fleet, Assistants.

DEPARTMENT EYE AND EAR.— Alice E. Wakefleld and Selina Bloom.

DEPARTMENT OF SKIN.— Mary B. Jewett.

DEPARTMENT NOS^E AND THROAT.— A. E. Lamphear.

PHARMACIST.— E. C. Sleight: Kate McMillan. Assistant.

OUT PRACTICE.— Mrs. Mary B. Booth, Registrar; Annie S. Daniel, Physician
in Charge. •

J. HOOD WRIGHT HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— The Out-
patient Department of the hospital, 131st st. and Amsterdam ave.

SURGEON IN CHARGE.— George T. Chase.

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— H. B. Henson, T. L. Ward, A. T. Wittson,
F. T. Robeson.

LEBANON HOSPITAL DISPENSARY, Cauldwell and Westchester
ave., near E. 150th st. Open daily, 2 to 5 P.M.
SURGEONS.— A. Lustgarten and F. V. Loughran.
PHYSICIANS.— M. B. Freid and E. L. Rose.
GYNECOLOGISTS.— Maxwell Benjamin, M. Maduro and S. J. Kopetzky. j



DISPENSARIES— NEW YORK STATE. 088

MKTROrOLlTAX THROAT HOSPITAL DISPENSARY, 351

W. 3Uh St.

ADMISSION. — F(ir diseases of the throat, nose and ear.

Dispensary open daily, from 2 to 4 P.M.

THROAT CLINIC.— G. B. Hope. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; W.
Mahoney, Wednesday and Saturday.

EAR CLINIC— D. McDonald, Tuesday, Thursday and Siaturday; W. Mahon,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

*MIDW^IFERY DISPENSARY, 314 Broome st. A sub-station of the
Society of the Lying-in Hospital of the City of New York, q. v.

IVEAV YORK DISPENSARY (THE), 137 Centre St., cor. White.
This is the oldest dispensary in the city, having been founded In 1790. There
Is a paid staff of attending physicians. The dispensary district extends on the
north to 14th st., on the northwest to Spring St., on the northeast to 1st ave.,
Allen and Pike sts., and on the remaining sides to the North and East Rivera.
The dispensary is open daily from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., except on Sunday and
holidays.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— Thomas M. Markoe.

PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF.— Condict W. Cutler.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.

SURGERY.— 9 to 12, W. C. Gilley.

GENITO-URINARY DISEASES.— 11 A.M., to 2 P.M., M. J. Echeverria.

UNCLASSIFIED.— 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. (Italian), C. Savini, F. Ginnasi and C.
Savine.

GENERAL MEDICINE.— 9 to 12, A. "W. Hollis; 12 to 3, R. E. Brown.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN.— 11 to 2, W. A. Dunckel.

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— 12 to 3, E. O. Parker.

DISEASES OF THE SKIN.— 12.30 to 1.30, C. W. Cutler.

DISTRICT PHYSICIANS.— 12.30 to 1.30, R. Campbell and L. F. Warner,
Assistants.

DENTAL SURGERY.— 12 to 1, R. LeFevre.

SUBSTITUTE PHYSICIAN.— 11.30 to 12.30. A. D. Chaffee.

APOTHECARY.— E. S. W'illis; A. M. Arteaga, Assistant.

NURSE.— Mrs. M. E. Dilts.

NEW YORK HOSPITAL. OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT, 7

W. 15th St. In the basement of the hospital. Open daily, except Sunday and
holidays, at 2 P.M. ; also Tuesday and Friday evenings.

PHYSICIANS.— C. E. Nammack, J. Aldrich, V. Adriance, A. S. Taylor, F.
W. Davis and W. H. Archibald.

SURGEONS.— B. T. Tilton, C. R. L. Putnam, W. A. Downes, W. B. Acker,
C. F. Adams and H. Grad.

DEPARTMENT SKIN AND VENEREAL DISEASES.— P. A. Morrow and J. A-
Bodine.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— G. V. Foster, L. C. Millspaugh. J. M. Mabbott and W. H.
Archibald.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.— A. B. Judson.

NORTHERN DISPENSARY, NEW YORK CITY.— This institu-
tion has been established for the purpose of affording medical and surgical relief
to such worthy sick poor persons as reside in that portion of the city bounded
on the north by W. 23d st. ; on the east by Broadway; on the south by Spring
St.. and on the west by the North iftiver.

MATRON.— Mary Coburn.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— W. S. Thomas and Edmund W. Bill.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— General Medicine, Surgery, A. E. Childs and
Henry G. MacAdam.

DISEASES OF SKIN.— Robert J. Devlin.

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— A. E. Gallant; H. Grad and Marj- Appleton, As-
sistants.

DENTAL SURGEON.— Henry W. Graves, D.D.S.

APOTHECARY AND P.EGI9TRAR.— Wm. D. Luks; Otto E. Lange, Assistant.



684 DISPENSARIES— NEW YORK STATE.

NORTIIEASTKRIV DISPENSARY, 222 E. 59th Pt.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— G. F. Shrady. E. C. SpitzUa, N. Bozeman, D. B.

St. J. Roosa, John F. Erdmann, D. F. King and D. Lewis.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— E. Eliot, A. Jacobl, M. Blumenthal, A. Had-
den, T. E. Satterthwaite, C. W. Packard and H. G. Piffard.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— Warren Schoonover.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.

DISEASES OF THE HEAD AND ABDOMEN.— J. P. Janinski and Samuel
Floersheim.

DISEASES OF THE HEART AND LUNGS.— B. L. O'Donnell and W. Schoon-
over.

DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR AND THROAT.— H. D. Burnham and W. H.
Bates.

SURGERY.— W. A. MacLeod and W. J. Shields.

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— F. Churchill and A. A. Wolfe.

ELECTRO-GYNECOLOGY.— J. H. Gunning.

DENTIST.— W. O. Weinlandt, at 3.30 P.M.

APOTHECARY.— W. J. Shields.

Vaccination is performed daily by the House Physician. The physicians at-
tend on alternate days at 2 P.M., the flr.st named in each class on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday; the others on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The House Physician, or an assistant, is in attendance from 9 till 4, to re-
ceive the names of applicants for services of the Visiting Physicians; super-
vise and classify patients, and act in any department in the absence of the
Attending Physicians; also to prescribe for cases requiring immediate aid.

The Visiting Physicians are at the Dispensary at 11 A.M. each day to re-
ceive the orders which have been left for them, to visit patients at their homes.
Patients are not treated at the building on Sundays, but applications are re-
ceived for the services of the Visiting Physicians, and their prescriptions dis-
pensed at the hours stated below.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— 1st district: bounded by 40th and 56th sts. 6th
ave. and East River, J. D. Harrigan ; 2d district: Gth ave and East River,
D. S. Lyons; 3d district: bounded by 66th and 86th sts., 5th ave, and E. River,
R. Bayly.

The Apothecary is in attendance from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., except for the
months of July, August and September, when his hours are from 9 A.M. till 5.30
P.M. On Sunday and holidays, from 9 to 10 30 A.M.

NORTHAVESTERIV DISPENSARY, cor. 9th ave. and 36th st. Open
daily, except Sunday and holidays, from 9 to 3.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— A. Jacobi, T. G. Thomas, F. Delafleld and E.
G. Janeway.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— S. Smith, T. M. Markoe, J. D. Bryant and D.
B. St. J. Roosa.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN AND REGISTRAR.— Geo. S. Thompson.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— 1st district: From north side of 23d to south side
of 29th St., Thomas J. Battle; 2d district: north side of 29th to south side of
37th St., G. E. Doty; 3d district: north side of 37th to south side of 42d St., L.
J. Osborne; 4th district: from north side of 42d to south side of 50th st., John
R. Graham; 5th district: north side of 50th to south side of 80th St., A. F.
Taylor.

ASSISTANT VISITING PHYSICIAN.— William L. Wheeler.

APOTHECARY.— E. Buehler.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.

DISEASES OF THE HEAD AND ABDOMEN.— Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day, 10.30 A.M., N. S. Jarvis; 2 P.M., Chas. R. Jackson; Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, 10.30 A.M., H. J. Fischer; 2 P.M., F. A. Scratchley.

DISEASES OF THE HEART AND LUNGS.— Monday and Thursday, 10.30
A.M., C. A. Whitney; Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 A.M., E. H. Quinn; Wednes-
day and Saturday, 10.80 A.M., B. M. Howley.



DISPENSATIIES— NEW YORK STATE. 685

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— Monday and Thursday, 2 P.M., Adolph Roich;
Tuesday and Friday, 2 P.M., Le Roy Broun; Wednesday and Saturday, 2 P.M.,
Samuel P. Ames.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.30 A.M.,
A. A. Moore; 2 P.M., J. F. Reed; Tuesday, Tliursday and Saturday, 10.30 A.M.,
P. J. Werner; 2 P.M., E. H. Farr.

SURGERY.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.30 A.M., Wm. W. Carter;
2 P.M., John B. Acl^en; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10.30 A.M., J. A.
Bodine; 2 P.M., Alex. Lyle.

DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR AND THROAT.— Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, 2 P.M., D. S. Dougherty; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 P.M.,
George McAuliffc.

DISEASES OF THE SKIN.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2 P.M., Alfred
Reidel; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 P.M., J. A. Fordyce.

DENTAL SURGERY.— 12 M., daily, Benjamin Freeman.

ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL, THE NEW
YORK, 126 E. 59th st. Open daily at 1 P.M., except on Sunday and legal
holidays. Those unable to attend are visited at their homes. See Hospitals.

OUT-DOOR POOR BUREAU OF MEDICAL. RELIEF AT
BEIiLEVUE HOSPITAL, foot of E. 26th st. This is the out-patient de-
partment of Bellevue Hospital, and is a dispensary under the charge of the
Department of Public Charities.

EXAMINING PHYSICIAN.— Horace Bigelow.

POLIKLINIK, GERMAN, 78 and 80, 7th st. Tel. 635 Spring. Open
daily from 12 M. to 5 P.M.

DISPENSARY STAFF.

SURGERY.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 4 to 5.30 P.M., F, Mathews;
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 4 to 5.30, C. Beck.

INTERNAL MEDICINE.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 3 P^I., M.
Gross; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 3 P.M., S. Breitenfeld.

CHILDREN.— Monday and Thursday, 2 to 4 P.M., M. Romm; Tuesday and
Friday, 2 to 4 P.M., M. A. von Grimm; Wednesday and Saturday, 1 to 5
P.M., Louis Fischer.

EYE.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1 to 3 P.M., S. Fischer; Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday, 1 to 3 P.M., H. TV. Wootton.

NERVOUS.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 3 to 5 P.M., W. M. Leszynsky;
Tiiesday, Thursday and Saturday, 3 to 5 P.M., M. Hirsch.

SKIN.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1 to 3 P.M., F. Leviseur; Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, 1 to 3 P.M., L. Weiss.

STOMACH.— Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 3 to 5 P.M., H. Schmid.

THROAT AND NOSE.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1.30 P.M., M.
Toeplitz; Monday and Thursday, 3 P.M., T. W. Busche and M. J. Schword;
Tuesday and Friday, 3 P.M., F. Hoffman; Wednesday and Saturday, 3 P.M.,
Samuel Kohn.

FEMALE. — Monday and Thursday, 3 P.M., C. A. VonRamdohr; Tuesday and
Friday, 2 P.M., A. Shulmann ; Wednesday and Saturday, 2 P.M., H. J. Boldt.

POLYCLINIC DISPENSARY, NEW YORK, 214-220 E. 34th st.
This dispensary, which is attached to the New Yory Polyclinic Medical School
and Hospital, is open daily for the free treatment of the worthy poor. The
hours of attendance are as follows:

DISEASES OF WOMEN.— Daily, 9 A.M.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN.— Daily, except Wednesday, 10 to 11 A.M.

SURGERY.— Daily. 11 to 12 A.M.

DISEASES OF THE SKIN.— Daily, 1 to 2 P.M.

DISEASES OF THE CHEST AND GENERAL MEDICINE— DISEASES OF
THE EYE AND EAR.— Daily, 2 to 3 P.M.

DISEASES OF THE MIND AND NERVES.— Daily, 3 P.M.

DISEASES OF THE STOMACH.— Monday and Thursday, 4 to 5 P.M.

DIEASES OF THE NOSE AND THROAT.— Daily, 4 to 5 P.M., and Tuesday
and Friday, 8 to 9 P.M.

GENITO-URINARY DISEASES.— Tuesday and Friday, 4 to 5 P.M.



68G DISPENSARIES— NEW YORK STATE.

ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY, 59th st. near 10th ave.
An out-patient department Is connected with the hospital, which is open



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