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F. R. Boyd, S. D. Curran, C. L. Antony, S. Kahn; Assts., A. C. Butts,

E. Levy, N. N. Stark, O. L. Mulct, F. L. Nelson; Surg.: Chief of Clinic,
Ernest Fahnestock; Surgs., C. S. James, A. G. Keane, H. O. Houghton, A. A.
Wren; Assts., R. A. McCune, H. Frank, T. D. Lucus; Gynecol.: Chief of
Clinic, W. E. Studdiford; Gynecols., V. Frederickson, F. C. Heckel; Children:
Chief of Clinic, R. G. Freeman; Phys., E. Long, M. Nicoll, Jr., C. J. Dillon,
J. McCabe; Assts., J. Birckhead, F. O. Garrison; Neurol.: Chief of Clinic,

F. A. Scratchley; Neurols., H. L. Winter, W. Steinach; Assts., H. Rosen-
berg, J. B. Gere; Laryngol. : Chief of Clinic, C. G. Coakley; Laryngols., W. A.
Chisholm, J. McCoy; Assts., A. J. Huey, S. J. Keefe; Dermatol.: Chief of
Clinic, W. B. Trimble; Dermats., G. M. MacKee, A. S. Morrow; Asst. Dermats.,
E. P. McGavock, E. C. Jagle, P. A. Reque, D. L. Sohn, M. H. Funk; G.-U. :
Chief of Clinic, J. Van der Poel; Att'd Surgs., W. E. Bailey, F. E. Gardner;
Asst. Att'd Surgs., F. Auersperg, A. Brand, B. Frank, J. Coleman; Ophthal.:
Chief of Clinic, H. W. Wandless; Att'd Ophthal., G. H. Bell; Asst. Att'd



DISPENSARIES — NEW YORK STATE. 73 <

Ophthal., W. H. Holzapfel; Otol. : Chief of Clinic, P. D. Kerrison; Att'd
Otol., B. F. Knause; Asst. Att'd Otol., S. K. Frost; Rectum: Chief of
Clinic, W. C. Lusk; Att'd Surg., E. S. McSweeny; Asst. Att'd Surg., E. I.
Huppert; Orthop. : Chief of Clinic, R. H. Sayre; Att'd Surg., F. Wettervik.

VANDERBILT CLINIC— GOth st. and Amsterdam av. Dispensary
connected with the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Medical Depart-
ment of Columbia University. Open daily, except Sun. and holidays.

Med.: A. E. Sumner, Chief of Clinic; E. L. Dow, T. S. Hart, C. S. Fischer,
D. S. D. Jessup, L. F. Frissell, L. R. Williams, R. Floyd, L. H. Shearer,
I. M. Wilzin, J. W. Dounce. A. F. Riggs, C. A. Frink, M. L. Ogan, P. Van
Ingen; Surg.: P. R. Turnure, Chief of Clinic; A. C. Prentice, W. Darrach,
J. I. Russell, H. H. M. Lyle, F. T. Van Beuren, W. D. Hennen, W. H.
Holdridge, J. D. Kernan; Applied Therap. : H. S. Patterson, Chief of Clinic;
W. A. Bastedo, F. G. Goodridge, N. B. Foster, H. V. W. Schulte, H. M.
Keator, J. M. Kent, C. E. Webster, S. Epstein, H. Zinsser, W. R. May;
Orthop. Surg.: C. H. Jaeger, Chief of Clinic; S. Epstein, J. Carling, A. Shoe-
maker; Neurol.: R. H. Cunningham, Chief of Clinic; E. L. Hunt, C. E.
Atwood, S. P. Goodhardt, S. E. Jelliffe, B. E. Krystall, L. S. Manson, L. P.
Clark, H. R. Humphries, T. P. Front, G. W. Todd, E. J. McEntee, J. L.
Macumber, J. E. Clark, C. F. Haviland, C. D. Cleghorn, C. Rosenheck;
Gynecol.: W. S. Stone, Chief of Clinic; F. R. Oastler, C. J. Proben, W. P.
Healy, W. L. Bradley, P. H. Williams, H. D. Meeker; Ophthal.: W. A.
Holden, Chief; H. H. Tyson, J. A. Jackson, D. H. Levy; Laryngol. : S. W.
Thurber, Chief; R. Frothingham, A. P. Coll, J. Leshure, F. C. Smith, C. D.
Van Wagenen, T. J. Barry, C. Osgood; Otol. : R. Lewis, Jr., Chief; F. M.
Stephens, G. S. Dixon, F. J. Blodgett, M. L. Carr, A. Michaelis; Dermatol.:
G. T. Jackson, Chief; J. H. P. Hodgson, J. Aldrich, C. T. Dade, S. D. Hub-
bard, J. D. Gold, S. E. Sprague, G. H. Fox; Children: L. E. La Fetra,
Chief; L. M. Silver, A. F. Brugman, J. Howland, R. H. McConnell, H. E.
Hale, A. B. Yard, S. V. Haas, E. Miller, H. B. Wilcox, A. W. Bingham.
M. H. Sicard; G.-U. Dis. : J. R. Whiting, Chief; W. B. Brouner, W. S.
Reynolds, S. W. Fowler, W. Blancard, J. B. Stein.

WEST SIDE GERMAN DISPENSARY— 328 W. 42d st. Open

daily, from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., except Sun. and holidays.

Consults., J. D. Bryant, G. H. Fox, A. Jacobi, H. Knapp, F. C. Valentine:
Gen. Med.: W. B. Clark, T. M. Acken, Vis. Phys. ; H. Schuhmann. E. L.
Kellogg, Chiefs of Clinic; F. M. Hermann, A. S. Katzman, Clin. Assts. ;
Gastro-Intestinal: R. C. Kemp, Vis. Phys.; C. T. G. Rogers, Chief of Clinic;
A. W. Baird, R. P. Hubbard, J. Manning, Clin. Assts.; Heart and Lungs:
H. L. Shively, Vis. Phys.; W. S. Gardner, Chief of Clinic; Neurol, and
Mental Dept. : J. A. Booth, Vis. Phys.; G. B. Campbell, Chief of Clinic;
Surg. : S. J. Walsh, Vis. Surg. ; J. C. Anderson, L. F. Garrigues, Chiefs of
Clinic; C. F. Fitzgerald, Clin. Asst.; Gynecol.: A. H. Goelet, A. E. Gallant,
Vis. Gynecols. ; R. J. E. Scott, J. M. Rector, Chiefs of Clinic; C. Hoffmann,
H. A. Lingerfelter, J. Moran, J. J. O' Sullivan, E. V. Rundlett, Clin. Assts.;
Ped. : D. Brown, H. C. Hazen, Vis. Phys.; H. F. Senftner, Chief of Clinic;
Ophthal. and Otol. : J. L. Adams, G. A. Taylor, Vis. Phys. ; C. F. Walters,
Chief of Clinic; C. A. Mack, P. Muir, Clin. Assts.; Laryngol. and Rhinol. :
M. J. Schwerd, J. S. Waterman, Vis. Phys. ; A. P. Voislawsky, Chief of
Clinic; R. N. Disbrow, H. Finklestone, A. Keenan, W. Levin, Clin. Assts.;
G.-U. Surg.: W. B. Brouner, J. Von Glahn, W. K. Otis, Vis. Surgs. ; C. S.
Stern, T. M. Townsend, Chiefs of Clinic; E. R. Pfarre, Clin. Asst.; Dermat. :
R. J. Devlin, Vis. Phys.; L. D. Weiss, Chief of Clinic; Orthop.: H. Gibney,
Vis. Surg.; C. R. Keppler, Chief of Clinic; Path.: E. E. Smith, Chief; J. H.
Stebbins, E. V. Roundlett, Assts.; Dentistry: R. H. E. Gudewill, Chief; E. D.
Reed, Asst.

WILKES DISPENSARY, THE.— 435-437 9th av. (Out-Door Depart-
ment of St. Mary's Free Hospital). Open daily, from 10 to 12; 2 to 4.

Att'd Phys., W. B. Jennings, F. W. Robertson, J. H. Lawson, L. D. Alex-
ander, Jr.; Att'd Surgs., J. F. White, E. T. Hull; Asst. Att'd Phys., E. P.
Fowler, E. C. Fassett, T. D. Sullivan, W. W. Auspitz, C. S. Hunt; Orthop.
Surg. , G. Kosenak.

The attending physicians and surgeons of the hospital are consultants.



738 DISPENSARIES — NEW YORK STATE.

BOROUGHS OF BROOKLYN, QUEENS AND RICHMOND.

BROOKLYN E. D. H03KE0PATHIC DISPENSARY.— 194 S.

3d St., Brooklyn.

Gen. Clinic, W. J. Quinn, J. L. Cardozo; Eye and Ear, H. J. Knapp; Chil-
dren, W. H. Price, W. C. Thompson; Skin and Surgery, R. L. Wood, E. F.
Mills; Women, M. E. Richards; Digestive, Renal, Heart and Lung Diseases,
R. L, Wood; Digestive and General, O. Du B. Ingalls; Mouth, Nose and
Throat, C. E. Paine; G.-U. Diseases, C. S. Van Schoonovan.

BROOKLYN CITY DISPENSARY.— 11 Tillary st. Tel. 1062 Main.
Only the poor, are admitted. Ten cents is charged for prescriptions. Open
daily, 1.30 to 4, except Sun. and holidays.

Med. Dir., R. Kingman; Med. Staff, C. C. Henry, E. J. Carolan, A. L. Child.
J. N. Wilkie, E. H. Saniter, H. E. Brown, W. F. Swalm. D. S. McNaughton,
A. Potter, W. H. Woglom, J. W. D. Hancock, M. G. White, J. J. Kaiser,
W. H. Sieberst.

BROOKLYN HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— Raymond st. and De
Kalb av. Tel. 290-5 Main. Open every day, except Sun. and holidays, 1 P. M.

Supt., Mi.ss M. W. Osborne; Att'd Phys., F. Baldwin, V. S. Pier, E. LeF.
Swan; Att'd Surgs., J. E. Jennings, C. F. Herman, G. L. Buist; Att'd Obstet.,
A. A. Hussey.

EUSH^VICK AND EAST BROOKLYN DISPENSARY.— Myrtle

and Lewis avs. Open daily, 1.30 P. M., except Sun. and holidays; Sat. at 11.

Cop.su It. Staff: Surgs., R. J. Morrison, L. S. Pilcher; Phys., L. J. Cardona,
J. Rankin; Women, C. Jewett, G. McNaughton; Children, E. H. Bartley;
Nervous System, W. Browning, A. C. Brush, C. MacCoy; Skin and G.-U.,
F. A. Jewett; Eye, J. W. Ingalls; Ear, B. C. Collins; Stomach, H. W. Lin-
coln; Vis. Staff: Surgs., P. M. Schaffner, R. J. Morrison, A. W. Slee, J. Kas-
per; Med., M. D. Jones, R. H. Hatfield, N. McL. Whittaker; Children, A.
Spingarn, A. D. Smith; Women, J. L. Cardona, V. E. Taylor, C. Fulda;
Nervous System, A. E. Shipley, C. P. Frischbier; Skin and G.-U. System, H.
S. Dixon, F. B. Van Wart; Ear, Nose and Throat, C. E. Scofield, L. P. Ad-
doms, T. F. Trumpp: Eye, C. Mueller, J. Rankin, T. F. Trumpp; Dentistry,

F. W. Schlidge, W. Steinbuch.

CENTRAL DISPENSARY, BROOKLYN.— 29 3d av. Incorporated
1855. Open daily, 1 to 3, except Sun. and holidays.

Att'd Staff: Gynecols., D. T. Lucas, J. A. Cochran, H. M. Mills; Surgs.,
J. P. Pendleton, F. B. Cross, S. B. Thomas; Gen. Med., J. J. Wagner, F.
Schroeder; Children, J. D. Doyle, L. P. A. Magilligan; Throat and Nose,
J. B. Byrne, E. J. Murphy; Stomach, S. F. Anderson, M. I. Knapp, E. H.
Saniter.

CENTRAL K03I(E0PATHIC DISPENSARY.— Howard av., near
Atlantic av., Brooklyn.

Medical Staff: Amo.s M. Pitch, Chief of Staff; Att'd Phys., A. M. Ritch,
C. A. Brown, S. W. Pallister, L. Broughton; Consult. Phys., Amos M. Ritch;
Consult. Surgs., O. S. Ritch, W. H. Pierson; Consult. Oculs., Alton G. Warner,

G. D. Schencke; Dentist, George Douglas.

CUMBERLAND STREET HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— 103-111

Cumberland St., Brooklyn. Tels. 1300 and 1301 Prospect. Hours, 9 to 12, daily.

Supt., C. B. Bacon, M.D.

Dispensary work performed by the Resident Staff under the supervision of
the Superintendent.

DIET DISPENSARY, BROOKLYN.— Furnishes nourishing food to
the sick poor on prescriptions of attending physicians. Located at 268
Leonard st. and 174 Johnson st.

Pres., Miss I. M. Chapman; Sec, Mrs. T. D. Hunttlng, 124 Qulncy st.

E. D. DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL, BROOKLYN.— 110 S.

3d St. For medical and surgical relief.
Supt., L. Wiegand.



DISPENSARIES — NEW YORK STATE. 739

GATES AVENUE HOMOEOPATHIC DISPENSARY.— 13 Gates
a v., Brooklyn. Open daily, from 3 to 5 P. M., except Sun. and holidays.

Med. Staff: J. Lester Keep, Med. Dir. ; J. Lopes Cardozo, Chief; E. R.
Bedford.

THE JEWISH HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY— Classon and St.
Marks avs., Brooklyn. Tel. 4864 Prospect. Open all day.

Supt., E. Strasser. Consults.: J. Fuhs, Med., Children's and Gastro-Intest.
Dis. ; W. S. Simmons, Surg. ; L. B. Baldwin, Gynecol. ; H. M. Smith, Eye and
Ear; Att'd Phys. and Surgs. : D. Davidson, J. Long, Surgs. ; F. H. Miller,
C. F. Herman, Assts. ; J. Londoner, M. J. Malament, W. E. Butler, Gynecols. ;
S. R. Blatteis, P. S. Chetkin, Med. ; J. Merzbach, Gastro-Intest. ; A. H. Wechs-
ler, Asst. ; W. PI. Jacobs, F. H. Knight, Children; P. J. Munson, Dermat. ;
W. Fankuchen, Eye and Ear; A. Hayman, C. T. Bauer, Throat and Nose;
K. L. Eisner, Path.

MEMORIAL, DISPENSARY.— 811 Bedford av., Brooklyn. Open from
2 to 4 P. M.

Disp. Staff, L. A. Cort; Women, Rebecca J. Ayres, M. L. Turton, E. H.
Maclean; Children, M. C. Sisson, S. G. Klenk; Chest and Digestive Organs,
R. R. Nottage, H. W. Hale; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, M. L. Lines; Surg,
and Unclassified Diseases, E. H. Maclean, S. G. Klenk, M. C. Sisson; Res.
Phys., M. E. Ellis.

ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY, BROOKLYN.— Raymond st. and
DeKalb av., Brooklyn. Open on Tues. and Fri., at 2 P. M.
Supt., Miss M. W. Osborne; Surg., W. R. Martin. See Brooklyn Hospital.

POLHEMUS MEMORIAL CLINIC (a branch of the Long Island
College Hospital). — Cor. Henry and Amity sts. Tel. 948 Hamilton. All worthy
charity cases are admitted on the conditions laid down by the State Board.
Open daily, 1 to 3, except Sun. and legal holidays.

Children, L. C. Ager, Chief; G. F. Little, B. A. Fedde, J. F. Crawford;
Asst. Adjuncts, D. McNaughton, W. H. Woglom; Gen. Med., R. Clark, Chief;
W. J. McAveney, H. W. Nichols, J. A. Longmore, T. H. Dexter, L. W.
Cornelius, G. W. Tong; Chest, W. N. Belcher, Chief; T. A. McGoldrick,
B. C. Corwin, J. Pullman, E. L. F. Swan, H. Michaelis, H. M. Moses; Gen.
Surg., W. H. Rankin, Chief; C. L. Nichols, R. B. Anderson, C. S. Pool, A.
Potter, J. H. Long; Orthop. Surg., W. Truslow, Chief; H. F. McChesney;
Throat and Nose, W. F. Dudley, Chief; L. H. Miller, P. H. Sturges, A. C.
Howe, H. D. White; G.-U. Dis., H. E. Eraser, Chief; C. S. Cochrane, N. P.
Rathbun, R. M. Rome, J. S. Read; Skin, J. J. Lyons, Chief; E. M. Johnston,
T. B. Doyle; Eye, H. M. Smith, Chief; J. H. Ohly, G. A. H. Smith; Ear,
H. A. Alderton, Chief; W. S. Shattuck, J. H. Ohly, F. R. Harriman; Nerves,

F. C. Eastman, Chief; F. Tilney, R. O. Brockway; Obstet., M. G. White,
Chief; J. W. D. Hancock, G. Bottaro, E. M. Wadsworth, H. Michaelis, W. H.
Woglom; Dentistry, J. W. Russell, M. D., Chief; H. P. Gould, W. G.
Lewis, H. A. Foster, H. Nathan; Women, J. O. Polak, Chief; F. D. Craw-
ford, W. C. Woolsey, J. Watt, N. P. Geis, W. A. Jewett; Asst. Adiuncts,

G. Bottaro, R. M. Rome, D. McNaughton; Gastro-Enteric Dis., J. Fu" i.
Chief; D. M. Staebler, D. Roberts; Radio-Therap., J. C. Bierwirtli, Chief;
L. Finch.

ST. CATHARINE'S HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— Bushwick av.,
bet. Mauger and Ten Eyck sts. Tel. 274 Williamsburg. Medical dispensary
is open Mon. and Thurs. from 11 to 12 and 12 to 1. Surgical dispensary Tues.
and Fri., 11 to 12 and 12 to 1.

TVILLIAMSBURGH HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— S. 3d st. and

Bedford av., Brooklyn. Tel. 1390 Greenpoint. Hours, 2 to 4 daily.

Supt., Margaret McCarthy; Gen. Med., I. G. Cameron, E. M. Johnson; Surg.,
E. J. Carlon, S. Davis; Gynecol., C. A. Lubrecht, W. J. Levitt, B. I. Dom;
Ear, Nose and Throat, J. W. D. Hancock, C. E. Scofield; Eye, W. E. Joiner,
N. E. Farewell; Children, A. C. De la Motte, J. Meyer.

Supt., M. E. Hanner; M. J. Neville, W. O'Brien, J. F. Dougherty, J. W.
Schaeffer, Surgs. ; W. Moser, L. H. Fleck, Phys.



740 DISPENSARIES — NEW YORK STATE.

ROCHESTER.

ROCHESTER CITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY ("The Magae
Jewell Memorial").— 233 West av. The only charge is ten cents for medicine.

Eye and Ear, Men., Wed. and Fri., 11 A. M., W. Rider, R. L. Carson, A. C.
Snell; Gen.' Med. and Surg., daily, except Sun., 11 A. M., C. R. Witherspoon,
W. V. Evers, M. L. Casey, E. G. Nugent, W. Mullivan, W. M. Brown, C. O.
Boswell, H. Eisner, L. W. Howk, J. Roby; Nerv. System, Mon. and Thurs.,
4 P. M., R. G. Cook; Skin and Genito-Urinary, Tues. and Fri., 4 P. M., J. L.
Rosebloom; Orthop. Surgs., Mon. and Thurs., 4 P. M., L. A. Weigel, L. A.
Greenleaf; Throat and Nose, Mon. and Fri., 4 P. M., J. M. Ingersoll; Women,
Tues. and Fri., 4 P. M., E. Baldwin, C. W. Thomas; Evening Classes, A. W.
Thomas, W. D. Ward, F. P. Leadley; X-Ray, F. D. Andrews, M. B. Palmer.

ROCHESTER HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY.

— 224 Alexander st.

Staff: Ocul. and Aurists, T. Parsons, W. H. Doane; Gynecols., W. W.
Winans, M. S. Ricker; Surgs., H. G. Shepard, F. T. Bascom; Laryngols.,
W. H. Hoyt, L. J. Sanders; Phys., W. B. Carman, W. Perrin, E. G. H.
Beck; Children, W. C. Daly, J. Morgaa; House Surgs., W. O. Bell, B. L.
Stevenson; House Phys., H. S. W. Hardwicke.

ROCHESTER PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION.— 32 S. Wash-
ington St. Tels. 5669 Home and 3780 Main Bell. Hours, 9 to 5 daily.

Vis. Phys. and Surgs.: Nose, Throat and Ear, G. A. Engert; Eye, A. C.
Snell; Tuberculosis, G. W. Goler; Dental, C. A. Thorn, Leroy Requa.

SARATOGA.

SARATOGA HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.

Staff: M. E. Van Aernem, E. A. Palmer, J. E. Kelley, W. H. Sanford.

SCHENECTADY.

DISPENSARY OF THE SCHENECTADY DAY NURSERY
ASSOCIATION.— 25 Lafayette st. Tels. 184W H. R. and 365 Home. Hours,

3 P. M., Tues., Thurs. and Sat.

Supt., Miss Ida M. Schram; Vis. Phys. and Surgs., W. L. Fodder, W. B.
Stone, J. H. Collins, S. S. Ham, W. L. Huggins, F. Van der Bogert.

SYRACUSE.

SYRACUSE FREE DISPENSARY.— 506 S. Warren st. Tel. 19-1
and 2302 B. Admission on certificate from physician. Open daily, 12.30 to

4 P. M.

Children, Tues., Wed., Fri. and Sat., 1 to 2 P. M., A. C. Mercer, J. R.
Johnson; Surg., daily, 1 to 2 P. M., G. M. Price, E. S. Van Duyn; Throat.
Nose and Ear, Mon. and Tues., 2 to 3 P. M., T. H. Halsted, S. F. Snow; Eye,
Tues., Wed., Fri. and Sat., 1 to 2 P. M., J. H. Kevand, F. W. Marlow, S. B.
Craton, H. L. Stebbins; Skin, Mon., Wed. and Fri., 2 to 3 P. M., H. C. Baum;
Rectal, Fri., 2 P. M., D. H. Murray; Women, Mon. and Thurs., 1 to 2 P. M.,
A. B. Miller, G. B. Broad; Dental Surg., Thurs., 1 to 2 P. M., C. H. Barnes;
Gen. Med., Mon., Tues. and Wed., 2 to 4 P. M., T. B. Dwyer, L. K. Peck;
W. F. Law; Thurs., Fri. and Sat., 2 to 4 P. M., A. F. Vadeboncoeur, A. E.
Larkin, C. A. Covell, I. H. Levy; Obstet., A. E. Hotaling, E. W. Belknap;
Orthop. Surg., Tues. and Fri., 1 to 2 P. M., E. J. Vankoop; Nerv. Dis., F. H.
Stephenson, H. G. Locke; Consults., H. D. Didama, A. Mercer, J. Van Duyn;
Bacteriol., W. H. May; Path., H. S. Steensland; Hematol., W. H. Groat.

TROY.

SAMARITAN HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.

Eye and Ear, Tues., Thurs. and Sat., 9 A. M., F. A. Smith; Nose and
Throat, 4.30 P. M., P. K. Roarke; B. W. Becker, Asst. ; Skin, Mon., Wed.
and Fri., 4.30 P. M., H. W. Carey.



DISPENSARIES — NEW YORK STATE. 741

UTICA.
UTICA DISPEjVSARY.— Open daily from 12 to l.
Phys.-in-Charge, A. M. Johnston.

YONKERS.

ST. JOHN'S RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL, DISPEXSARY.-Asn-

burton av. The House Phys. is present during dispensary hours and acts under
the instructions of the Dispensary Phys. Patients are charged 25 cents for
each treatment, unless they present to the House Phys. a card from the Secre-
tary of the Charity Organization Society of the City of Yonkers, or any
resident pastor, certifying that they are worthy and la indigent circumstances;
but the first treatment may be free, without such card, at the discretion of the
Dispensary Phys. Hours, dally, 11 to 12; Tues. and Thurs. evenings, 7.30 to 9;
Eye and Ear Clinic; Wed. and Fri., 3 to 4, Orthop.

Phys., W. G. Schoonover, L. V. Waldron, J. T. Gorton, W. R. Dunster,
R H. Shanahan; Ocul. and Aurists, C. W. Cutler, A. J. Smith; Orthop. Surg.,
T. H. Myers.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL. DISPENSARY.— Yonkers. S. B'way
and Vark st.

Phys., C. H. Kroeber, 0. L. Austin, P. S. McCormlck, B. H. Belcher, W.
MacBean, Morris Wolf, Carl Bohm, M. H. Foy, G. B. Brown; Ophthal., Otol.,
and Laryngol., E. A. Spilsbury; Dentist, H. W. Bertholf.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW
YORK STATE.

STATE BOARD OF CHAKITIEJ^.— The Capitol, Albany. A con-
stitutional body whose duties are deflnei by the Constitution of 1894. Is com-
po;ed of twelve Commissioners. The Board is recjuired to maintain a general
siipervisio:! over all institutions and .societies of a charitable or correctional
character; to approve or not to approve the incorporation of such institutions;
to investigate the condition of the poor seeking relief; to administer the laws
providing for the care, support and removal of State and alien paupers; to
collect statistical information concerning the work of said institutions. E. V.
Stoddard, M.D., Pres. ; S. Smith, M.D., Vice-Pres. ; R. W. Hill, Act. Sec.

STATE CHARITIES AID ASSOCIATION, THE.— Office 105 E
22d St., New York City. Tel. 1454-14.5.5 Gramercy. Organized in 1872 to visit
State, county, city and town charitable institutions and to secure the improve-
ment of all public charitable institutions. Maintains an agency for "after care"
of persons discharged as recovered from the State hospitals. Provides for
placiag-out children in family homes. Provides situations at housework for
destitute mothers. Provides for boarJing-out foundlings and motherless in-
fants. Watches legislation affecting charities.

Officers, J. H. Choat, Pres. ; Mrs. W. B. Rice, G. F. Canfield, Miss L. L.
Schuyler, Vice-Prests. ; Homer Folks, Sec. ; Miss M. V. Clark, Asst. Sec.

STATE C03IMI?!SI0N IN LUNACY.— Commissioners: C. W. Pilgrim,
Sl.D., Pres.; S. T. Viele, Buffalo; W. L. Parkhurst, Canandaigua, N. Y.
T. E. McGarr, Sec, Capitol, Albany. Private patients can be admitted to
State hospitals onlj upon consent of the medical superintendents. Rates for
private patients range from .$6 up.

LIST OF STATE HOSPITALS.

Utica State Hospital, Utica.

Willard State Hospital, Willard.

Hudson River State Hospital, Poughkeepsie.

Middletown State Homoeopathic Hospital, Middletown.

Buffalo State Hospital, Buffalo.

Binghamtou State Hospital, Binghamtoli.

St. Lawrence State Hospital, Ogdensburg.

Rochester State Hospital, Rochester.

King's Park State Hospital, King's Park.

Long Island State Hospital, Brooklyn.

Manhattan State Hospital, Ward's Island.

Central Islip State Hospital, Central I.slip.

Gowanda State Homoeopathic Hospital, Gowanda.

Matteawan State Hospital, Matteawan P. O., Fishkill-on-Hudson. For court

cases.
Daunemora State Hospital, Dannemora. For insane convicts.

PATHOLOGICAL. INSTITUTE FOR THE STATE HOS-
PITALS.— Ward's Island. Tel. 1869 Harlem

Director, Adolf Meyer; Chief Asso. in Neurop., C. B. Dunlap; Asso. in
Clin. Psychiatry. G. H. Kirby; Asst. Autopsies, Y. Rusk; Asst. in Neurop.,
C. I. Lambert; Asst. Phys., C. M. Campbell.

BAT A VI A.

BLIND, N. Y. STATE SCHOOL FOR THE.— Batavia, N. Y.
For the instruction and training of blind persons of suitable age and capacity,

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residing in any county of the State, except Nassau, New York, Kings, Queens,
Putnam, Suffolk, Richmond, Rockland and "Westchester. Supt., O. H. Burritt.

BATH.

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME, NEW YORK STATE.

— Union soldiers who served in the War of the Rebellion are received.

Oculist, A. C. Snell, Rochester; Commandant, J. E. Ewell; House Staff:
C. K. Haskell, Surg. ; S. L. Higgins, C. Haase, Assts.

BEDFORD STATION.

MONTEFIORE HOME COUNTRY SANITORIUM AT BED-
FORD STATION, Westchester County, N. Y. Capacity, 170 beds. Free
treatment for cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. Applications for admission are
received at the Montefiore Home, New York.

L. Rosenberg, Med. Supt., and three assts.; Consults., A. Meyer, G. Manu-
heimer and the consultant staff of the Montefiore Home, New York.

BINGHA3ITON.

BING-HAMTON STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Tel. 4-5.3.
Vis. Days, Mon., Wed. and Fri., 2 to 4 P. M.

Supt., C. G. Wagner; Asst. Phys., H. W. Eggleston, A. P. Summers, E. Gil-
lespie, J. V. May, C. G. Lyons; Med. Interne., J. D. Curran.

BUFFALO.

BUFFALO STATE HOSPITAIi (For the Insane).— Forest av. Long
Distance Tel. North 237.

Med. Supt., A. W. Hurd; Asst. Phys., H. P. Frost, G. G. Armstrong, J. B.
Betts, E. G. Aldrich, G. W. Gorrill, B. R. Nairn, G. W. Mills; Woman Phys.,
H. J. Kuhlmann

LE COUTEULX ST. 3IARY'S.— Institution for the Improved In-
struction of Deaf- Mutes. Incorporated September 26, 1853. In charge of the
Sisters of St. Joseph (R. C. ). Children are received at the age of five and re-
tained until twenty.

CANAAN FOUR CORNERS.

BERKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL FAR3I.— Receives unruly boys, be-
tween six and sixteen years, by deed of surrender from parents or guar-
dians, by commitment by magistrate, and by transfer from other institutions.
Apply for further information to the Supt., W. W. Mayo, at the farm.

CENTRAL ISLIP.
CENTRAL ISLIP STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Tel. 19,
Islip. Supt., G. A. Smith; M. B. Heyman, 1st Asst. Phys.; C. G. Brink, 2d
Asst. Phys. ; H. G. Gibson, R. W. Fowler, E. T. Murray, F. Hinkley, C. B.
West, C. L. Vaux, Asst. Phys. ; A. Brill, C. E. Whitney, R. J. Shannahan,
C. G. H. Burns, Jr., Asst. Phys. ; M. F. Leader, K. R. Owen, Women Phys. ;
F. A. Taylor, Med. Interne.

DANNEMORA.
DANNE3IORA STATE HOSPITAL (For Convict Insane).- Med.
Supt., C. H. North; Sr. Asst. Phys., A. T. Baker, Jr. Asst. Phys. R. S.
Macdonald, Med. Interne, H. W. Johnson.

DOBBS FERRY.

JUVENILE ASYLUM, NEW YORK.— Dobbs Ferry. Tel. 107
Dobbs Ferry: Office of corporation, 106 W. 27th St., N. Y. Apply to Children's
Court, 66 3d av. Truant and disobedient children, and such as require dis-
cipline between the ages of four and fourteen years, belonging to the city
of Neiv York. The term for which children are detained in the Asylum
depends on their improvement and reformation. Vis. Days, the last Thui's.
of each month. Agency for placing children in homes, 79 Dearborn st., Cliicago.

Supt. C. D. Hilles; Phys., R. Denniston.

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S HOME FOR CHILDREN. -Ingleside
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744 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

children between the age of two and ten years, retains them until the age of
eighteen, or until suitable homes have been secured. Friends of the children
are received on the first Saturday of each month from 2 to 5 P. M. Also
Clairview Farm for Industrial training of boys at New City, Rockland Co. Ap-
ply to Mrs. J H. Littell, 28 W. 50th St., New York City.

EL,MIRA.

REFORMATORY AT EI^MIRA, IV. Y.— Established 1876, for the
reformation of male prisoners between the ages of sixteen and thirty years,
who have been convicted of their first felony.
Gen. Supt., J. F. Scott; Sr. Phys., F. L. Christian; Asst Phys., L. C. Day.

FI.SHKILL,-ON-HUDSO]V.

MATTEAWAX STATE HOSPITAL, (For the Insane).— Tel. 236. For
patients accused of crime in whose case insanity is a defense, and who may
thereupon be committed by the courts. It also receives insane criminals from
penitentiaries convicted of petty crimes and misdemeanors. Vis. Days, 2 to 5,
except Sun. and holidays.

Med. Supt.. R. B. Lamb; Asst. Phys., Walter M. Clark, K. Sears, R. L. C.
Kieb; Med. Interne, A. H. Martin.

GOWANDA.

GOWANDA STATE HOMCEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, (For the



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