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Mrs. F. J. Stone, 254 W. 93d st.. New York.

PRE«BYTERIAN HOME FOR AGED TiVOMEN IN THE
CITY OF NEW YORK.— 49 E. 73d st. A home for residents of New York
City over sixty-five years of age, who have been members of the Presbyterian



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 751

or Reformed Dutch Church in this city for three years. Board, $13 per month.
Miss S. D. Parish, 1st Directress, 19 E. 65th st.

ST. AGNES' HOME. — Inwood-on-Hudson, New York. Department of
the House of Mercy, under the charge of the Sisters of St. Mary. For the
education and training of girls between the ages of eight and sixteen.

ST. BARNABAS' HOME (P. E.).— 304-306 Mulberry st. A temporary
liome for homeless women and children. Miss P. Mather, Deaconess in Charge.

ST. JOHN'S GUIIiD (org. 1866; incorp. 1877).— Office, 501 5th av. To

afford relief to the sick children of the poor of the City of New York. "Works
ill co-operation with the Health Department and the various charitable so-
cieties of New York.

ST. JOHN'S GUILD, FLOATING HOSPITAL, OF.— Afford a
day's outing and a sail on the water of twenty-six miles to poor sick children
who are free from contagious diseases.

ST. JOHN'S GUILD, SEA-SIDE HOSPITAL OF— Situated at
Cedar Grove, New Dorp, Staten Island; for the reception of sick infants and
children, with their mothers, the average stay being between nine and ten
days.

ST. JOSEPH'S ASTLUM IN THE CITY OF NEW TORK.—

89th St. and Ave. A. Founded 18.57. Incorp. in 1859. Poor orphans and half
orphans, especially Germans, are received and educated. C. Strassburger,
Sec, 414 <;th St.; Rev. F. Speidel, Pres. 173 E. 3d st. Apply to the Com-
mittee on Admission or to the Sec. Accommodations for 850 children.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOME FOR THE AGED.— 209 W. 15th st. Under
the charge of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul; for respectable
women over sixty years of age. Apply to the Sister Superior.

ST. JOSEPH'S INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR DESTITUTE
CHILDREN. — N. E. cor. 81st st. and Madison ave. In connection with the
Institution of Mercy. For destitute young girls of good character, and home-
less children of three years of age or over, who are committed. Branch for
the male children at Tarrytown, N. Y.

ST. LUKE'S H03IE FOR AGED TV^OMEN.— B'way and 114th st.
Admits gentlewomen over sixty years of age, in reasonably good health, who
are communicants of any of the Prostestant Episcopal Churches contributing
to the Home, and have resided in New York City for three years. Admission
fee, $300. Apply to the Committee on Admission through a representative
of the parish to which the applicant belongs.

VETERAN SOLDIERS AND SAILORS, RELIEF FOR.—

A fund is set apart annually by the City of New York for the relief of
veterans in distress, and is distributed by the Grand Army Posts after in-
vestigation by the Superintendent of Bureau of Dependent Adults, foot of E.
26th St.

SU3I31ER VACATION HOMES.

AVAILABLE FOR RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK CITY.

EDITH HOME, THE.— Belle Island, South Norwalk, Conn. Intended for
nurses, teachers, or governesses in need of a vacation. Apply to Miss Delano,
Supt. Bellevue Training School for Nurses, 426 E. 26th St., New York City.

THE GILBERT A. ROBERTSON HOME.— Scarsdale, N. Y. A free home for
poor families, including the fathers. They are given a fortnight of rest.
Apply to Miss L. A. Holly, 45 Bible House, New York City.

SUMMER HOME.— Ardsley, Westchester Co., N. Y. Cares for children.
Apply to Tribune Fresh Air Fund, The Tribune, New York City.

ST. ANDREW'S CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL.— Woodcliff, N. J. Receives
patients during the summer at St. Andrew's Rest. Apply to St. Andrew
Hospital, New York. Tel. 5912 Gramercy, or to the Sister Superior at Wood-
cliff.



752 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

WOODY CREST.— Tarrytown, N. Y. Open from July 1st to Sept. 15 for the
reception of children from tlae various institutions of New York City for a
two weeks' outing. Open all the year as a boys' school — no cripples taken.
Apply to Miss H. M. Gould, Irvington, or Mrs. M. W. Jagger, Box 41.'},
Tarrytown.

WORKING GIRLS' VACATION SOCIETY.— 361 W. 34th St., New York City.
Provides for two weeks' vacation in the country for respectable unmarried
working girls having satisfactory recommendations and a certificate from a
physician that the vacation is needed. Board at a nominal sum. City ofilce,
361 W. 34th St. Miss E. Bryce, Treas., 20 W. 54th st.. New York City.

NEW YORK CITY.

BOROUGHS OF BROOKLYN, QUEENS AND RICHMOND.

BETHESDA SANITARIUM.— 952-954 St. Mark's av. Tel. 893L Bed-
ford. Especially for chronic and nervous cases and epileptics. Supt., Mrs.,
J. De Forest; Pres. , Mrs. H. Smith; Homeopathic Med. Director, W. H.
Pierson; Phys., S. W. Pallister, E. R. Bedford, R. Upham, A. Bomeman,
W. C. Thompson, W. C. Durrin, F. E. Hopke, F. Smith, .1. F. Rankin, W. H.
Price; Att'd Surgs., E. R. Fisk, H. C. Allen; Consult. Phys., H. G. Preston,
D. Simmons, W. B, Winchell; Consult. Surgs., W. W. Blackman, O. S. Ritch;
Oculist, John L. Moffat; Gyneecol., W. H. Pierson; Dentist, C. F. Cooper;
Allopathic Med. Director, Chas. M. Bellows; Att'd Staff, A. H. Bogart, C R.
Butler. /

BROOKIiYN HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM.— 373 to 393 Ralph
av. Receives Jewish orphans between four and ten years of age.
Paul Lazarus, Supt.

BROOKLYN HOME FOR CONSUMPTIVES. (Incorp. 1881.)—
Kingston av., Stirling pi. and St. John's pi. Tel. 446 Bedford.

Mrs. S. V. White, Pres. ; Mrs. P. Reynolds, Cor. Sec.

Phys., E. Reynolds, Emmett D. Page, Thomas C. Craig, Walter B. Winchell,
Herbert C. Allen, W. S. Rink, C. Chase, Adjunct.

CHILDREN, BROOKLYN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN-
TION OF CRUELTY TO.— 103-107 Schermerhorn st. Looks after the legal
rights of children in the counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk, and
cares for all lost and neglected children, and children under sixteen arrested
in the Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens.

H. R. Jones, Pres. ; H. C. Preston, Sec.

CHILDREN, RICHMOND COUNTY SOCIETY FOR THE
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO.— Tompkinsville, S. I. Apply to
Mrs. J. K. West, Sec.

CHILDREN, ST. MICHAEL'S HOME FOR DESTITUTE.—

Green Ridge, S. I. House of reception, 383 9th av.. Borough of Manhattan.
A home and school for destitute children living in the City of New York.
Under the care of the Presentation Nun.3. Apply for admission to any city
magistrate, or to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children,
297 4th av.

CHURCH HOME FOR THE BLIND.— 550 Washington av., Bklyn.
Miss M. O. Hogarth, Manager.

DIET KITCHEN ASSOCIATION, THE STATEN ISLAND.—

Grant and Van Duzer sts., Tompkinsville. Provides nourishing food for the
sick poor.
Mrs. S. D. Stephens, Pres., New Brighton.

FARM COLONY.— Port Richmond, S. I. Tel. 189 West New Brighton.
This colony is part of the Dept. of Public Charities. Consists of the Richmond
County Almshouse and cottages for aged couples, and widows.

Supt. J. B. Pearce.

HOME FOR THE AGED.— Of the Church Charity Foundation of
Long Island, Herkimer St., near Albany av. Receives persons over sixty-flve



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 753

years of age ■who are communicants of the Protestant Episcopal Church In
Long Island. Apply to Rev. P. F. Swett, Supt., Atlantic and Albany avs.

HOME FOR THE AG^D, OF THE LITTLE SISTERS OF
THE POOR. — Bushwick and DeKalb avs. Free home for poor old people
of both sexes of good moral character.

Sister Agnes, Superior. ^

HOME FOR WORKING GIRLS, ST. PETER'S.— 110 Congress
St. Under the care of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Affords a respectable lodging
for poor girls, who are out of employment, or in need of rest. Apply to
Sister Raphael.

HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (R.C.).— Hopkinson a-w and
Pacific St. For the reformation of young girls and women.

HOUSE OF ST. GILES THE CRIPPLE.— 419 Clinton st. Home
and hospital for destitute crippled children. Incorp. 1891. Applications for
entrance must be made personally or by letter to House of St. Giles the Crip-
ple, 419 Clinton st., Bklyn. Vis. Days, daily, 2 to 4 P. M., except Sun.

House Mother, Miss R. G. Morgan; Surgs., B. B. Mosher, W. S. Hubbard,
B. Hedges, J. M. Callender; J. Long, F. Schroeder, Adjs. ; Consults., S-
Sherwell, Dermat. ; P. C. Jameson, Oculist; F. C. Raynor, Laryngol. ; A. C.
Brush, Neurol. ; L. G. Baldwin, Gynecol. ; C. P. Gildersleeve, Surg. There
is a summer home at Garden City, L. I.

KALLMAIV SCANDINAVIAN ORPHANAGE.— 18th av., bet. 67th
and 69th sts., Brooklyn. For homeless and dependent orphans of Scandinavian
parentage.

Mgr., G. Kallman; Att'd Phys., J. E. Danielson, E. Russell; Dental Surgs.,
A. Lindberg, J. 0. Peterson, N. Sahlin.

LONG ISLAND STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Bklyn.

Med. Supt., O. M. Dewing, M.D. ; 1st Asst. Phys., I. O. Tracy; 2d Asst.
Phys., P. G. Taddiken; Woman Phys., H. E. Balch; Med. Interns, J. Smith,
M. Poland; Matron, F. W. Thompson.

ORPHAN ASYLUM SOCIETIT OF THE CITY OF BROOK-
LYN, — 1435 Atlantic av., cor. Kingston av. Persons desiring to take children
apply to the Executive Committee at the Asylum on the first and third Wed.
of the month, between 12 and .3.

Supt., Miss M. E. Horton; Att'd Pliys., S. L. Taylor, C. H. Goodrich, R.
F. Bliss, C. L. Stone; Consult. Phys., L. S. Pilcher, Z. T. Emery and L. C.
McPhail.

ORPHAN HOUSE.— Albany av., cor. Herkimer st., Brooklyn. Under the
charge of the Sisters. Boys and girls between the ages of six and ten are
admitted and cared for until they are fourteen.

SANITARIUM FOR HEBREl^V CHILDREN OF THE CITY

OF NEW YORK. — Rockaway, L. I. In summer free excursions to poor

sick Hebrew mothers and their children. Apply to the United Hebrew Chari-
ties, 21st St. and 2d av.

SHUT IN SOCIETY, THE.— Is to encourage and comfort invalids, and
to secure the printing and distribution of publications adapted to such work.
Mrs. L. H. Arnold, Pres., Garden City; Miss M. H. Hadley, Sec. and Treas.,
355 Willow St., New Haven, Conn.

WARTBURG HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM.— East New

York, Borough of Brooklyn. Society of the Lutheran Church, which receive.''
and cares for aged Germans, Lutherans preferred, who are sixty-five year.s
of age or over. Apply to the Rev. O. Graesser, 602 E. 9th st., New York.

WAYSIDE HOME.— 356 Bridge st. Temporary Home for homeless
women and reformatory for young girls. Miss C. E. Knowles, Matron; Mrs.
E. F. Pattengill, Pres.



754 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

WOMEN AND CHILDREN, SOCIETY FOR THE AID OF
FRIENDLESS. — 20 Concord st. Temporary home for women and children.
Miss J. Belton, Matron.

MOUNT AERNON.

MARY FISHER HOME ASSOCIATION (Formerly the Home Hotel
A^ociation), 315 N. 4th av., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. A home for professional
persons of either sex. Those who are able to pay $6 per week. A branch at
Tenafly, N. J. Apply to the founder. Miss Mary A. Fisher.

There is a branch at Tenafly, N. J.

OGDENSBURG.

ST. LAWRENCE STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Ogdens-
burg, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.

Med. Supt., R. H. Hutchings; 1st Asst. Phys., E. M. Soraers; 2d Asst. Phys..
R. L. Leak; Asst. Phys., W. G. Ryon, E. A. Nevin, C. M. Burdick; Woman
Phys., C. S. Pease, J. L. Van de Mark; Jr. Phys., J. M. O'Neill; Med.
Interns., N. Dynan, E. C. Foster.

POUGHIvEEPSIE.

HUDSON RIVER STATE HOSPITAL (For the In.sane).— Pough-
keepsie. Tel. 171.

Acting Supt., I. G. Harris; Asst. Phys., I. G. Harris; 2d Asst. Phys., F. W.
Parsons; Asst. Phys., M. L. Fleming, S. F. Mellen, W. J. Cavanaugh; Jr.
Asst. Phys., C. J. Hyde, A. C. Matthews, D. Miltimore, W. E. Merriman;
Woman Phys., R. Demarest; Med. Internes, N. I. Pennock, R. R. Patterson;
Clin. Asst., H. P. Carpenter.

RAY BROOK.

NEW YORK STATE HOSPITAL FOR INCIPIENT TUBER-
CULOSIS. — Opened July 1, 1904. For the treatment of incipient pulmonary
tuberculosis. Accommodations for 150 patients; and a camp of tents for 44
additional patients. Poor patients should apply to the Poor Oflacials of their
cities, and must have been residents of New York State for one year. Those
able to pay $7.00 per week should apply to Supt., M. P. Burnham, M.D., by
letter.

ROCHESTER.

ROCHESTER STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— South av.
Tel. 602. Vis. Days., Tues. and Fri., 2 to 5. Relatives allowed to visit at
any time.

Med. Supt., E. H. Howard; Asst. Phys., E. B. Potter, C. T. La Moure, E.
L. Haynes, I. L. Walker; Woman Asst., E. P. Ballantine; Med. Interne, W.
H. Veeder; Clin. Asst., I. A. Bently.

ROME,

ROME STATE CUSTODIAL ASYLUM.— For the treatment, train-
ing and custodial care of the feeble-minded.
Phys.-in-Charge, C. Bernstein

SARANAC LAKE.

ADIRONDACK COTTAGE SANITARIUM, THE.-Saranac Lake,
Franklin Co. For incipient adult cases of pulmonary consumption. Board, $5
per week; medical attendance free.

E. L. Trudeau, Phys.-in-Charge; Examining Phys. in New York City: E. G.
Janeway, W. B. James, H. P. Loomis, J. A. Miller, L. R. Williams. Apply
to L. Brown, M. D. ; Res. Phys., Trudeau.

SEA CLIFF.
BABIES, COUNTRY HOME FOR CONVALESCENT.-Sea

Cliff, Long Island, N. Y. A free home for children under five years of age
who are convalescent.
H. N. Mason, Phys.-in-Charge; Mrs. W. K. Otis, Sec.

SON YE A.
CRAIG COLONY FOR EPILEPTICS.— Sonyea, Livingston County,
N. Y. Tel. 18 Mt. Morris. It receives sane indigent epileptics. The present



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capacity of the colony is 1,050, but it -will ultimately be 1,800. Vis. Days,
Wed. and Sat., 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. W. P. Spratling, Supt.

Consult. Staff: M. A. Starr, G. W. Jacoby, C. McBurney, H. L. Taylor, A.
Meyer, New York; H. Hun, Albany; J. W. Putnam, Roswell Park; De L.
Rochester, C. Gary, L. Howe, M. D. Mann, Buffalo; J. W. Whitbeck, W. S.
Ely, L. A. Weigel, W. Rider, Rochester; N. Jacobson; Syracuse; G. M. Gould,
Westfield. House Staff : D. L. Ross, 1st Asst. ; W. T. Shanahan, 2d Asst. ;
G. K. Collier, 3d Asst. ; N. B. Craighead, Woman Phys. ; N. B. Ross, S. H.
Parker, W. N. Trader, Med. Internes; J. F; Munson, Path.

SYRACUSE.

STATE INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE-MINDED CHIL-
DREN, SYRACUSE. — Feeble-minded children are received between the
ages of seven and fourteen. Apply to the County Superintendent of the Poor
Vis. Days, Fri., 3 to 4.30 P. M.

J. C. Carson, M.D., Supt.

UTICA.

UTICA STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Utlca. Tel. Bell 945,
Home, 1407. Vis. Days, Mon. and Fri., except holidays.

Med. Supt., H. L. Palmer; 1st Asst. Phys., G. H. Torney; 2d Asst. Phys.,
E. G. Stout; Asst. Phys., T. I. Townsend; Jr. Phys., J. E. Haight; Woman
Phys., C. Smith; Interne, A. L. Smith.

W^ATTS DE PEYSTER HOSPITAL AND HOME FOR IN-
VALID CHILDREN.— Verbank, Dutchess County; at an altitude of 1,100
feet. Children between the ages of two and twelve are received. No child
refused admission because of inability to pay.

Supt., Miss F. Mahin.

WEST HAVERSTRAW.

STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF CRIPPLED AND
DEFORMED CHILDREN, THE NEW YORK.— Opened Dec. 1,
1900. Capacity, 45. Res. Phys., J. M. Hall; Surg. -In-Chief, N. M. Shaffer;
1st Asst. Surg., P. H. Fitzhugh; Asst. Surgs., H. Scott, J. J. Nutt; Consult.
Board, F. Delafleld, A. A. Smith, W. G. Thompson, J. D. Bryant, P. W.
Roberts, R. H. Sayre, L. A. Stimson, R. F. Weir, New York; L. A. Weigel,
Rochester; R. B. Coutant, Tarrytown; J. D. Rushmore, J. McCorkle, Bklyn;
R. Park, C. G. Stockton, Buffalo; A. Vander Veer, S. B. Ward, Albany; J.
Van Duyn, H. L. Eisner, Syracuse; F. W. Sears, Binghamton; H. A. Gates,
Delhi; G. C. Madill, Ogdensburg; E. B. Laird, West Haverstraw; J. Steng-
stacken. Stony Point.

WHITE PLAINS.

BLOOMINGDALE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE.— White Plains.
The Psychopathic Department of the New York Hospital. All patients are of
the independent or assisted class. Apply at the Blooniingdale ofilce, 10 W.
16th St., New York City, daily at noon, or to Dr. S. B. Lyon, Med. Supt.,
White Plains.

PRESBYTERIAN REST FOR CONVALESCENTS.— 69 N.

B'way, White Plains. Receives, for two weeks, worthy Protestant women,
over fifteen years of age, who can furnish satisfactory evidence of good char-
acter and a physician's certificate stating that they are convalescent. Apply
to Mrs. A. McLean, Treas., 149 W. 34th st., or to Mrs. A. B. Ball, 42 W. 36th
St., New York.

W^ILLARD.

WILLARD STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Willard. Tel.
"Willard, N. Y." Vis. Days, daily, except Sat., Sun. and legal holidays.

Med. Supt., R. M. Elliott, M.D.; Consult. Staff, J. S. Kirkendall, Ithaca,
Ophthal. ; W. W. Skinner, Geneva, Consult. Surg. ; 1st Asst. Phys., R. E.
Doran; 2d Asst. Phys., T. J. Currie; Asst. Phys., J. W. Russell, E. Holley,
L. T. Waldo, W. H. Montgomery; Jr. Asst. Phys., C. L. Carlisle, J. A.
PritChard; Woman Asst. Phys., C. B. MacArthur.



NEW YORK STATE.

MEDICAL LAWS, NEW YORK STATE.

See Volume V., page 800.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

Eugene H. Porter, M.D., New York City, Commissioner. Alec. H. Seymour,
Binghamton, Secretary.

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.

Regents of the University, with dates of election.

1913 Whitelaw Reid, M.A., LL.D Chancellor, New York

1917 St. Clair McKeiway, M.A.. L.H.D., LL.D., D.C.L.

Vice-Chancellor, Brooklyn

1D08 Daniel Beach, Ph.D. LL.D Watkina

ISll Pliny T. Sexton, LL.D Palmyra

1912 T. Guilford Smith. M.A., C.E., LL.D Buffalo

1907 William Nottingham, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D Syracuse

1910 Charles A. Gardiner, L.H.D., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L New York

1915 Albert Vander Veer, M.D., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D Albany

1911 Edward Lauterbach, M.A., LL.D New York

1909 Eugene A. Phllbin. LL.B.. LL.D New York

1916 Lucian L Shedden, LL.B Plattsburg

Commissioner of Education. ^Andrew S. Draper, LL.D.

Assistant Commissioners. — Howard J. Rogers, M.A., LL.D., First Assistant
Commissioner; Edward J. Goodwin, Litt.D., Second Assistant Commissioner;
Augustus S. Downing, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Third Assistant Commissioner.

Secretary to the Commissioner. — Harlan H. Horner, B.A.

Director of Libraries and Home Education. — Edwin H. Anderson, M.A.

Director of Science Work and State Museum. — John M. Clarke, LL.D., Ph.D.

Chiefs of Divisions. — William Mason, Accounts; James D. Sullivan, Attend-
ance; Charles F. Wheelock, B.S., Examinations; Frank H. Wood, M.A., In-
spections; Thomas E. Finnegan, M.A., Law; Charles E. Fitch, L.H.D., School
Libraries; Hiram C. Case, Statistics; Visual Instruction, De Lancey M. Ellis.

REGENTS' MEETINGS.— The annual meeting is held the first Thursday in
December, and other meetings are held as often as business requires.



BOARDS OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS.

WITH YEARS WHEN TERMS EXPIRE.

STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY.

1909 William Warren Potter, President ObstetrlcB

1909 Maurice J. Lewi, New York, Secretary Chemistry

1909 William S. Ely Anatomy

1908 A. Walter Suiter Physiology and hygiene

1908 Arthur W. Booth Surgery

1907 J. P. Creveling Pathology and diagnosis

1907 Eugene Beach Therapeutics, practice and materia medica

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MEDICAL COLLEGES OF NEW YORK STATE. 757

HOMCEOPATHIC,

1909 John M. Lee, President Surgery

1909 J. Willis Candee, Syracuse, Secretary Obstetrics

1907 John B. Garrison Physiology and hygiene

1908 Willis B. Glfford Chemistry

1909 George E. Gorham Pathology and diagnosis

1905 John L. MofEatt Therapeutics, practice and materia medica

1907 Lynn A. Martin Anatomy

ECLECTIC.

1909 Lee H. Smith, President Surgery

1908 Arthur R. Tiel, Matteawan, Secretary Anatomy

1909 Orlando Webb Sutton Physiology and hygiene

1907 D. E. Ensign ; ....Chemistry

1909 Melvin H. Nichols -. Pathology

1907 Eli Denny Therapeutics, Pathology and diagnosis

1905 John P. Nolan Obstetrics

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS.

Examinations for license to practice medicine in this State will be held as
follows: Dates, January 29-February 1, 1907; May 21-24, 1907; June 25-28, 1907;
October 1-4, 1907.

PLACES.

New York, Albany, Syracuse, Buffalo. Each candidate is notified as to
exact place.



MEDICAL COLLEGES IN THIS STATE WHICH ARE
MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE
OF NEW YORK.

Albany Medical College, Medical Department Union University, Albany.
Dean, S. B. Ward.

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department Columbia Univer-
sity, 437 W. 59th St., New York. Dean, Samuel W. Lambert.

College of Medicine, Syracuse University, 307-311 Orange st., Syracuse.
Dean, Gaylord P. Clark.

Cornell University Medical College, 28th st. and 1st ave.. New York. Dean,
William M. Polk.

Electric Medical College, 239 E. 14th St., New York. Dean, George W.
Boslvowitz.

Long Island College Hospital, Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y. Dean, John D.
Rushmore.

New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Flower Hospital, 63d
St. and Ave. A. Dean, William Harvey King.

New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, 19 W. 101st st. Dean,
Helen C. Palmer.

Nev/ York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, 214-220 E. 34th St., New
York. President, John A. Wyeth.

New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. 301 E. 20th st. Dean,
D. B. St. John Roosa.

University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 26th st. and 1st ave.
Dean, Egbert Le Fevre.

University of Buffalo, Medical Department. 24 High St., Buffalo. Dean,
Matthew D. Mann.



MEDICAL JOURNALS OF NEW YORK STATE.

Albany Medical Annals, Albany. Publishers, Alumni Association Albany
Medical College.

American Gynecology, Brooklyn, N. Y. Editor, C. Jewett, M.D.

American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, 51
Fifth ave.. New Yorli. Editor, Brooks H. Wells, M.D.

American Journal of Surgery, 92 William St., New York. Editor, W. M.
Brickner, M.D. Managing editor, J. MacDonald, Jr., M.D.

American Journal of Urology, 70 Fifth ave.. New York. Editor, C. G.
Cumston.

American Physician, 259 William st., New York. Editor, F. Kraft, M.D.

American Therapist., P.O. Box 1170, New York. Editor, J. Sobel, M.D.

Archives of Ophthalmology, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 27 and 29 W. 23d St., New
York. Editors, H. Knapp, C. Schweigger, R. Greef, C. Hess.

Archives of Otology, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 27 and 29 W. 23d St., New York.
Editors, H. Knapp, M.D., New York; U. Prichard, O. Korner, A. Hartmann.

Archives of Pediatrics, publishers, E. B. Treat & Co., 241-243 W. 23d St.,
New York. Editor, L. E. La Fetra, A.B., M.D.

Brooklyn Medical Journal, 1313 Bedford ave., Brooklyn. Editor, William
C. Braislin.

Buffalo Medical Journal, Buffalo. Editor, W. W. Potter, M.D.

Critic and Guide, 12 Mt. Morris Pk., W., New York. Editor, W. J.
Robinson.

Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, 29-33 W. 42d St., New York. Published by
The Gazette Publishing Company.

Eclectic Review, Eclectic College of New York. Editor, G. W. Boskowitz,
M.D.

Hom-Bopathic Eye, Ear and Throat Journal, 210 W. 57th St., New York.
Editors, A. W. Palmer, M.D., J. L. Moffat, M.D.

International Therapeutic Review, 12 Mt. Morris Pk., W. , New York.
Editor, W. J. Robinson, Ph.S., M.D.

Journal of Advanced Therapeutics, A. L. Chatterton & Co., 259 William St.,
New York. Editor, W. B. Snow, M.D.

Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, including Syphilis, 70 Fifth ave.. New York.
Editor, A. D. Mewbom, M.D.

Journal of Mental Pathology. Editor, Louise G. Robinovitch, M.D., 28 W.
126th St., New York.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases. Managing editor. Smith Ely Jel-
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Journal of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 259 William st., New York.
Editor, Wm. F. Honan. M.D.

Medical Century, 9 E. 42d st.. New York. Editor, W. A. Dewey, M.D.

Medical Examiner and Practitioner, The, 90 William st.. New York.

Medical Record, William Wood & Co., 51 Fifth ave., New York. Editor,
Thomas L. Stedman, M.D.

Medical Review of Reviews, 616 Madison ave.. New York. Editor, Daniel
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Medical Times, 669 Fifth ave., New York. Editor, A. K. Hills. M.D.

Medico-Legal Journal, 39 B'way, New York. Editor, Clark Bell, LL.D.

Merck's Archives of the Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 13 University pi.,
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New York Medical Journal, 62-68 W. Broadway. Editors, F. P. Foster, M.D.,
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New York State Journal of Medicine. Published by the Medical Society of
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New York University Bulletin of the Medical Sciences. Published by the
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New Yorker Medicinische Monatsschrift, 50 W. 130th St., New York. Editor,
A. Ripperger, M.D.

North American Journal of Homoeopathy, 181 W. 73d St.. New York. Editor,
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Pediatrics, 156 Fifth ave., New York. Editors, F. M. Crossett, G. A. Car-



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