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MEDICAL^'^teLEGE   KEY   TABLE 

A  List  of  Medic*!  Collegu  of  th*  Unitad  States.  Philippine  Islands  and   Canada.     Arranged  Chronolofieally  by  States.  Showing  the  Ke>< 

Number  by  Which   Each   Is   Designated. 


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ADUATE  AND  FOREIGN  MEDICAL  COLLEGES,  PAGE  38 


MEDICAL    COLLEGES    OF    UNITEOfj^TATES, 
PHILIPPINE    ISLANDS    AND    CANADA 

Active  colleges  In  black-face  type. 

Colleges  In  light-face  type  are  extinct  or  bare 
merged  with  otber  colleges. 

tReported  fraudulent  or  as  a  medical  school 
not  In  good  standing  in  the  state  In  which  the 
college  Is  located. 

For  complete  Information,  see  Medical  Col- 
lege Section,  page  24. 

For  Graduate  Colleges,  see  page  33. 

For  Foreign  Medical  Colleges  and  Licensing 
bodies,  see  page  35. 


ALABAIMA 

Ala.l — Graffenburg  institute,  Dadeville. 

Ala.2 — Univ.  of  Ala.  School  of  Med.,  Tuscaloosa. 

Ala. 3 — Southern  UnlT.  Med.  Dept.,  Greensboro. 

Ala. 4 — Birmingham  Medical  College. 

Ala.5 — Med.  Coll.  Monteziuna  Unl».,  Bessemer. 

ARKANSAS 
Ark.l— Univ.  of  Ark.  Med.   Dept.  Little  Rock. 
Ark.2 — College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Little  Rock. 
Ark.3— Bethel  Med,   Dept.,   Southwestern   Univ., 

Little  Rock. 
Ark.5 — Med.  Dept.  of  Sulphur  Rock  College. 

CALIFORNIA 

Cal.  1 — Cooper  Medical  College,  San  Franclico. 

CaL  2 — University    of    California    Med.    School, 
Berkeley-San  Francisco. 

Cal.  3— California   Medical  Society  and  College 
of  Physicians,  San  Francisco. 

Cal.  4 — Cal.  Eclectic  Med.  Coll.,  Los  Angeles. 

Cal.  5 — Hahnemann  Medical  College  of  tbe  Pa- 
ciflc,  San  Francisco. 

CaL  6— UniT.  of  8.  Calif.  Coll.  of  Med.,  Los  An- 
geles. 

Cal.  7 — Coll.  of  Phya.  and  Surga.  of  San  Fran- 
cisco. 

Cal.  8— Oakland  College  of  Med.  and  Surg. 

Cal.  9 — Coll.  of  Phya.  and  Surgs.,  Los  Angeles. 

Cal.  10— Pacific  Coast  Regular  Coll.  of  Med.f 

Cal.il— Stanford    Univ.    School    of    Med.,    San 
Franelsco. 

Cal.  12— Coll.  of  Med.  Evangelists,   Los  Angeles. 

Cal.l3 — Pacific  Medical  College,  I/oi  Angeles.t 
COLORADO 

Colo.l — Denver  College  of  Medicine. 

Colo.2 — Univ.  of  Colo.  School  of  Med.,  Bouldef- 
Denver. 

Colo. 3 — Gross  Medical  Coiiece,  Denver. 

Colo.4 — Denver  College  of  Phys.  and  Surga. 

Colo.S — Denver  and  Gross  Coll.  of  Med,,  Denver 

CONNECTICUT 
Coan.l— Yal«  Univ.  School  of  Med..  New  Haven. 

DISTRICT    OF    COLUMBIA 
D.C.i— George    Washington    University    Medical 

School,  Washington. 
0.C.2— Georgetown    University    School    of    Medi- 
cine. Washington. 
0.C.3 — Howard    University    School   of    Medicine, 

Washington. 
BC.4 — .National    Univ.   Med.   Dept.,   Washington 
D.C.5 — Washington  Homeopathic  Med.  Coll. 

FLORIDA 
Fla.l— Univ.  of  Florida  Med.  Dept.,  Jark.tonvllle. 

GEORGIA 
Ga.  I— Univ.  of  Georgia  Med.  Dept.,  Augusta. 
Ga.  2 — Southern  Botanlco-.Med.  Cull  ,  Macon. 
Ga.  3 — Thorapsonian  Cuiiege,  Barbourville. 
Ga.  4 — Savannah  .Medical  College 
Qa.  5— Emory  Univ.  School  of  Med.,  Atlanta. 
Ga.  6— Oglethorpe  Med.  Coll.,  Savannah. 
Ga.  7— Reform  Medical  College,  Macon. 
0«.  8 — College  of  American  Med.  and  Surg. 
Oa.  9— Ga.  Coll.  Eel.  Med.  and  Surg.,  Atlanta 
Ga.lO — Southern  Medical  College,  Atlanta 
Ga. 11— Atlanta  College  of  Phys.  and  Surga 
Oa.l2— Atlanu  School  of  Medicine. 
Qa.lS— Middle  Georgia  Med.  Coll.,  Griffln 
ua.l4 — Dalton  Medical  College.  Daiton. 
Oa.lS— Clark  Unlverilty,  Med.  Dept.,  Atlanta 
0»-16— Woman'a  Med.  Coll.  of  Georgia,  Atlanta 
Oa.lT— Intoraatlonal  Med.   Miss.  Coll.,   Atlanta' 
Oa.l»— Hospital  Med.  Coll.,  Eclectic,  Atlanu 
ea.19— South.  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.,  Atlanta. 

ILLINOIS 
II!"  J"?,"!.*  »••<""'  College,  Chloago. 

ni    C«!h-  n'",'-  °l  ,','"""'»  ^•°"  ■  J»cksonville. 
U  ■  tZTK^r""'"-  .ofUnlver.Hity  of  St.  Cliaries. 
m    t:J^',  C""*'.  *••"'"'  ''''"••••  Chicago. 
.}.■  r"?""-  °'  ""I-  «■"'  Surg.  Ph  .M     Chiiaeo 
H  .  •^Northwestern  Univ.  Med.  SchooV,  Chl.iSo: 
n  .  8-Bennett  iVfedlcal  College,  Chicago  * 

n  •l2Z?hr,'lT'u°  Unlv    Woman's  Med.  School. 
Ul.ig— Chicago  Homeopathic  Medical  CoUega. 


Ill.ll— Univ.  of  Illinois  Coll.  of  Med.,  Chicago. 

U1.12 — Chaddock  School  of  Medicine,  Quhicy. 

111.13 — Harvey  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

111.14 — Natlon.ll  Medical  University,  Chlcago.f 

111.15— Bering  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

111.16 — Jenner  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

111.17 — Illinoi.'i  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

111.18 — Dunham  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

111.19 — American  Med.  Missionary  Coll.,  Chicago. 

J11.20— Chicago  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.,  Ph.M. 

111.21 — Independent  Medical  College,  Chlcago.t 

111.22— Chicago  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.,  Chicago. 

U1.23— Dearborn  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

ni.24 — College    of   Physicians    and    Surgeons    of 
Che  Upper  Mississippi,  Rock  Island. 

111.28— German  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Obs.,  Chicago. 

111.30 — German  Medical  College.  Chicago.! 

111.32 — German-American    Homeopathic    Medical 
College,  Chlcago.t 

111.33 — German  College  of  Gynecology,  Pediatrics 
and  Obstetrics,  Chlcago.t 

111.34 — International    Medical    Missionary    Insti- 
tute. Chicago. 

111.33 — Illinois  Health  University.  Chlcago.t 

111.36— Illinois  SUndard  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery,  Chicago. 

111.37— Metropolitan  Medical  College,  Chlcago.t 

111.38— Dutton  Medical  College,  Chlcago.t 

111.39— Reliance  Medical  College,  Chicago. 

111.40— Scientific  Medical  College,  Chlcago.t 

111.41 — Lombard  College  Med.  Dept.,  Galesburg. 

111.42— Chicago  Medical  School. 

111.43— Loyola    University    School    of    Medicine, 
Chicago. 

INDIANA 

Ind.  1 — Indiana  Medical  College,  La  Port«. 

Ind.  2 — Medical  College  of  Evansville. 

Ind.  3 — Indiana  Central  Med.  Coll.,  Greencastle. 

Ind.  4 — Indiana    Medical    College,    Indianapolis. 

Ind.  5 — Physio-Med.  Coll.  of  Ind.,  Indianapolis. 

Ind.  6— Coll.  of  P.  and  S.  of  Ind.,  Indianapolis. 

Ind.  7 — Medical  College  of  Fort  Wayne. 

Ind.  8 — Medical   Coll.   of  Indiana,   Indianapolis. 

Ind.  9— Central  Coll.  of  P.  and  8.,  Indianapolis. 

Ind.lO— Fort  Wayne  College  of  Medicine. 

Ind.U — Ind.  Eclectic  Med.  Coll.,  Indianapolis. 

Ind.l2— <:urtls  Pbyslo-Med.  Institute,   Marlon. 

Ind.I3 — Hoapltal    Med.    Coll.   of   EvansvlU*. 

Ind. 15 — Beach    Medical    Institute,    Indianapolis. 

Ind.lO— Eclectic  Coil,  of  p.  and  8.,  Indianapolis. 

Ind.l7— Eclectic  .Med.  Coll.  of  Ind.,  Indianapolis. 

lnd.18— Indiana  Medical  College,  School  of  Med. 
of    Purdue    Univ.,     Indianapolis. 

Ind.l9— American    Med.   Coll.    Indianapolis. 

Ind.20— Indiana   University   School  of   Medicine, 
Bloomington- Indianapolis. 
:  Ind. 21— state   Coll.  of  P.  and  S.,   Indianapolis. 

Ind. 23 — University  of  Indiana.  .New  Albany. t 

lnd.24 — Indiana   College   of  Medicine  and   Mid- 
wifery, Indlanapolls.t 
,  lnd.26— 8e«  Ind. 12. 
i  lnd.27— Untrenlty  of  Medicine.  Indlanapolls.t 

IOWA 

la.  1  —College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs..  Keokuk 

la.  2— Iowa  Medical  College,  Keokuk 

la.  3— state  Univ.  of  Iowa  CoU.  of  Mod.,  Iowa 
City. 

la.  4— 8ut«    Unlr.    of    Iowa    Coll.    of    Uomeo. 
Mod.,  Iowa  City. 

la.  6— Drake  Univ.    Coll.  of   Me<l,  Des  Molnea. 

la.  T— King  Eclectic  Med.  Coll.,  Dos  Moines. 

la.  8 — Sloux  City  College  of  Medicine. 

la.  »— Keokuk  Medical  College. 

la.lO— Keokuk  Med.  Coll.,  Coll.  of  P.  and  8. 

ta.ll — Council  BlulTs  .Medical  College. 
KANSAS 

Kan.l—Kansas   Medical    Coll.,   Independence. 

KaR.2— University    of    Kansas   School    of    Medi- 
cine, Lawrence  and   Rosedale. 

Kan. 3— Kansas  .Medical  College,  Topeka 

Kan. 4— Coll.  of  Phya.  and  Surga ,  Kansas  City. 

Kan.5— WlchlU  Medical  College. 

Kan.8 — Kansas  City  College  of  Med.  and  Surg. 

Kan. 7— Eclectic   .Medical   Univ.,  Kansas  City. 
KENTUCKY 

Ky-  I— Kentucky  School  of  .Medicine,  Louisville. 

Ky.  2— University    of    Louisville    Med.    De»t 

Ky.  S — Eclectic    Medical    College,    Louisriile 

Ky.  4— Louisville  Medical  College. 

Ky.  5— Hospital  Coll.  of  Med.,  Louisville 

Ky.  9 — Jefferson  School  of  .Med.,  Lfiulsvliie. 

Ky.  7— Louisville  National  Med.  College. 

Ky.  8 — Southwestern     Homeopathic    Med     Coll 
and    Hospital,   Louisville. 

Ky.  9— Kentucky    Univ.    Med.    Dept.,   Loutariire 

Ky.IO— Med.   liept.  Stale  Univ.,  Ixiuiavllle. 

Ky.ll— Louisville  and  Hospital  Med.  Coll. 
LOUISIANA 

La.1— Tulane    University    of    Loulslaaa    Sakool 
tf  Medicine.  New  Orleans. 


La.2 — New  Orleans  School   of  Medicine. 
I  La. 3 — Charity    Hosp.    Med.    Coll.,    New    Orleans 
La. 4— Flint  Med.  Coll.  of  .\ew  Orleans  Unlv 

MAINE 

Me.l— Bowdoin   Medical  School.  Brunswick  and 
I  Portland. 

Me.2— Eclectic  Med.   Coll.  of  Maine,  Lewlston  f 
Me.4 — Portland  School  for  Med.  Instruction. 

MARYLAND 
Md.  I— Univ.  of   Md.  School  of   Med.  and  Coll. 

of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Baltimore. 
Md.  2— Wash.  Univ.  School  of  Med.  Baltimore. 
Md.  3 — Coil,  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Baltimore. 
Md.  4 — Baltimore  .Medical  College. 
Md.  5 — Women's  Med.  Coll.  of  Baltimore. 
Md.  6 — Baltimore  University  School  of  Med 
Md.  7— Johns    Hopkins    University    Med.    Dept , 
I  Baltimore. 

\  Md.  8 — Atlantic  Medical  College,  Baltimore 
.Md.  9 — Maryland  Medical  College,  Baltimore 
;  Md.IO — Medico-Chlrurgical  and  Theological  Col- 
lege of  Christ's  Instltufn,  Baltlmnre  t 
Md.Il — Maryland    Coll.    of    Eclectic    Med.    and 
Surg.t 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Mass.  I — Medical  School  of  Harvard  University. 
I  Boston. 

I  Mass.  2— Berkshire  Medical  College.  PIttsfleld. 
Mass.  3— New  Eng.  Female  Med.  Coll.,  Boston. 
I  Mass.  4— Worcester  Medical  College,  Eclectic. 
Mass.  5— Boston  Univ.  School  of  Med.,  Boston. 
Mass.  6 — College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Boston. 
Mass.  7 — Tufts  College  Medical  School,  Boston. 
-Mass.  8 — New   England   University   of  ArLi   and 

Sciences,  Boston. t 
-Mass.  9— Bellevue  Med.  Co.,  of  Masa.,  Boaton.t 
Mass.l2— Excelsior  Medical  College,  Boston. t 
Mass.  13 — Reserved  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs 

Springfield. t 
.Ma.ss  14 — Clark  Univ.  Med.  Dept.,  Worcester 
Mass.  1 5— Middlesex    Coll.    of    Mad.    and    Surg., 
Cambridge. 

MICHIGAN 
Mick.  I— University  of  Michigan  Medieal  Sehool. 

Ann   Arbor. 
.Vllch.  2— Detroit    Medical   College. 
.Mich.  3 — Detroit   Homeopathic    .Mo  ;.« 

.Mich.  4 — Michigan  Borneo.   Med.   i  ig 

Mich.  5— Univ.      of      Michigan      11  .'ii 

Scliooi.  Ann  Arbor. 
Mich.  6— Michigan  College  of  Medicine,  Detroit 
Mich.  7— Detroit  College  of  Med.  and  Surg. 
Mich.  8— Mich.  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg,  Detroit 
.Mich.  9— Saginaw   Valley    Med.    Coll,,    Sagl.iaw. 
Mich. 10— Grand  Raplda  Medical  College. 
Mich.U — Detrult  Homeopathic   College. 
Mich. 12 — Michigan   School   of   Homeopathy    and 

Surgery.  Detroit. 
Mich.  13— Michigan   Eclectic  Med    Coll.,   Detroit 
.VIch. 14— Detroit    University    of    Rational    Medi- 
cine and  SuvKory 
Mlch.15— Detroit  Unlvcrslly  of  Medicine 
Mlch.16 — Michigan  Medical  College,  l.unaing 

MINNESOTA 
Minn  I— Winona   Medical   School 
Mlnn2-St.   Paul   Medical    Coiiego 
.Minn, 3  — Minnesota    Hosiiltai    ('nil,    Mliinea|i..|la 
Minn.4 — University    of    Minnesota    Med.    Sehool. 

Minneapolis. 
Minn. 5 — Minneapolis  Coll.    of  Phys.   and  8iir. 
Minn. 6— University    of    Minn.    Coll.    of    Horn.' 

Med.  and  Surg,.   .Minneapolis. 

MISSISSIPPI 
MIss.l— Univ.    of    Mississippi    Sehool    of    Mad., 
University. 

Mlss.2— Mississippi    Medical    Cuiiege.    Meridian 

MISSOURI 
Mo.  1 — Missouri    Medical    ('olieue.    St     Louh 
Mo.  2— Washington     Univ.     Med.     School.,     SI 

Louis. 
Mo.  3— Univ.  of  Mo.  School  of  Med.,  Columbus,    i 
Mo.  4— Humboldt    Medical    College,    81      Uuis 
Mo.  5— Homeo  .Med.  Coll    of  Missouri,  8t.  Um\» 
Mo.  6 — St,    Louis   Coll.   of   Homeo.   P    and   .S. 
Mo.  7— St.  Louis  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs 
Mo.  8— Kansas  Clly   Medical   College. 
Mo.  9— Homeopathic    Med.    Coll.    of   St.    Louis  f 
Mo.IO— National  University  of  Arts  and  Sciences 

Med.   Dept,,  St.  Louis. 
Mo.ll— Medical    College   of  Kansas   City. 
Mo.12 — St.   Louis   Hahnemann   Medieal    College 
Mo.lS— St.    Louis    Eclectic    Medical    College. t 
Mo-.Ii— St.   Louis   Hoapltal   Medical   Collage 
Mo.15— Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.  of  St.  Joseph 
Mo.l* — Herlnit  Medical  College,  SI.  I.<ouls. 
Mo.ir— Joplln  College  of  Phys.  and  Surga. 
Mo.18 — Northwestern  Med.  Coll.,  St.  Joseph 


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MEDICAL     COLLEGE     KEY     TABLE— Continued 


Uo.lt— Joplln   Medical   Collet*. 
Mo.IO— UnlrerBlty    Med.    Coll.    of    Kansas    CItjr. 
Uo.tl— Kansas    CItr     Hospital     Coll.    of    HmI. 
Mo.12— Knsworth    Medical    College,    St.    Josepb. 
Mo.XS— Woman's     Medical     College,    St.    Louis. 
Mo.M— Beaumont  Hosp.    Med.   Coll.,   St.    Louis. 
Mo.XS — St.  Louis  Hygienic  Coll.  of  P.  and  B. 
Mo.M— Kansas  City  Humenpathic  Med.  Coll. 
Mo.tT— Marlon-Sims    Coll.    of    Med..    St.    I-ouls. 
Mo.tS — Barnes    Medical    College,    St.    Louis. 
Mo.211— Central   Medical    College  of  St.    Joseph. 
M0.SO— Woman's  Medical  College,  Kansas  City. 
M0.SI— Hshn.   Med.  Cull,  of  Kansas  City  DnlT. 
M0.S2— Medlco-Chlrurgloal  Coll.  of  Kansas  CItjr. 
M0.S3 — Eclectic   Med.    Ciilv  .    Kansas   City. 
Me.34 — St   Louis   University  Sehool  of  Med. 
M0.35 — Kan.sas  City  Halincmnnii  Mi-Mlcal  College. 
Mo.38 — Occidental   Coll.  of  P.   and   8.,  Juplln. 
Mo.S'— SL    Louis   Woman's   Medical   College. 
Mo.SS— Missouri  Eel.  Med.  Coll..  Kansa*  City. 
Mo.St— American  Anlliropol.,  Univ.  of  St.  Louis. t 
Mo.40— Hippocratean  Coll.  of  Med..  St.  Louis. 
Mo.41-r-(oluii!bian  Xtedlcal  College,  Kansas  City. 
Mo.42 — MiMouri   Schoul   of  MIdwIfvry  and   Dia. 

(if  Woiiieii  and  Children,  St.  Loulst 
M0.43— Kansas  City  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surf. 
M0.44 — Kansas  City  Univ.  of  Phys.  and  8ur«i. 


Neb.l- 


-Univ.    of 

Lincoln 

Nob.I— Univ.   of 

Lincoln 

Nob.S— Univ.    of 

pathic 


NEBRASKA 
Neb.    Coll     of 


Med.,    Uegular, 


Neb.    Coll.    of    Med  .    Kclecllc, 
of    Med,    Homeu- 


I 


Neb.    Coll 

Lincoln. 
Neb.4— Lincoln    Medical    Collcne 
Nob.5— Univ.  of  Neb,  Coll.  of  Med.,  Omaha. 
Nob.6 — Creighton  Univ.  Cell,  of  Med..  Omaha. 

Neb.7— Nebraska    College   of   Medicine.    Lincoln 
Neb.8— Ncbra-ska  Medical  College,  Eel  ,  Lincoln. 

NEW     HAMPSHIRE 
N.H.I — Dartmouth    Medical    School.    Hanovsr. 
N.H.2 — New    Eng.    Univ.    of   Arts   and    Sciences. 

Manchester. t 
N.H.3— Univ.   of   N.U.    Dept.    of   .Med.    Nashua.! 

NEW     JERSEY 
N.J.I— Hygelo-Tlicrapeullc  Coll..  Bergen  Hts.f 
N.J.2 — Mod.   and  Surg.   College  of  the  SUte  of 

N  J.t 
N.J.3 — Livingston    University,    Haddonl1eld.t 
N.J.4 — Central   Univ.   of   Medicine   and  Science, 
Jersey  cnty.t 

NEW     YORK 
N.Y.   I — Columbia    University    College    of    Phys. 

and  Surgt..  New  York. 
N.Y.  2~Coll.  of  I'hys.  and  Surss.  of  the  Weaiern 

District  of  .New  York,  Fairfield. 
N.Y.  3— Albany    Medical    Coilefo. 
N.Y.  4 — Geneva    Medical    College. 
N.Y.  5— New   York  Univ.   Medical   College. 
N.Y.  6— University  of  Buffalo  Dept  of  Med. 
N.Y.  7— .New   York  .Medical  College. 
N.Y.  S — Long  Island  College  Hospital,  Brooklyn. 
N.Y.  S— New     York     Homeo      Med.     Coll.     and 

Flower  Hospital.  New  York. 
N.Y.IO— Bcllevue  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.,  New  York. 
N.Y.  11— New    York    Med.    Coll.    and    Hosp.    for 

Women.  New  York. 
N.Y.12— RegenU  of  UnlT.   of  Slate  of  New  York. 
N.Y.IS— Eel.  Med.  Coll.  of  the  City  of  New  York. 
N.Y.14— Woman's  Med.  Coll.  of  the  N.Y.  Infirm- 
ary for  Women  and  Child..  New  York. 
N.Y.IS— Syracuse  University   Coll.  of  Medicine. 
N.Y. 16— Culled  States  Med.  Coll.  of  .New  York. 
N.Y. 17— Coll.  of  P.  and  S..  Homeo.  Buffalo. 
N.Y.IS— .Niagara  Univ..  Med    Dept.,  Buffalo. 
N.Y.IS— Univ.  and  Bellevue  Hospital  Med.  Coll.. 

New  York. 
N.Y.20— Cornell  Univ.  Med.  College.   New  York. 
N.Y.21— Med.     Faculty    of    Rutgers     (Queen's) 

College,  New  Yorkt 
N.Y.22— N.    Y.    Reformed    Med.    Coll.,    Eclectic, 

New  York.t 
N.Y.23— New  York  School  of  Medicine. 
N.Y.24^-Coll.   of  Med.   BoUnlc,   New  York-t 
N.Y.26— Eel.  Med.  Inst,  of  N.  Y..  Rochoster.t 
N.Y.27— Randolph  Eel.  Med.  Inst.,  Rochester.! 
N.Y.28— Rochester  Eclectic  Medical  CoUege.t 
N.Y.29— Syracuse   Med.    Coll.,   Eel.,   Rochester.t 
N.Y.30 — Metropolitan  Med.  Coll.,  Eclectic,   New 

York.t 
N.Y.31— Excelsior   Med.    Coll.,   New    Yortt 
N.Y.32— N.  Y.  Hygelo-Therap.  Coll.,  New  York. 
N.Y.33— Amer.  Coll.  of  Med.  Science,  New  York. 
N.Y.34— N.  Y.  Prep.  School  of  Med.,  New  Yortf 
N.Y.85— N.  Y.  Free  Med.  Coll.  for  Women,  N.  Y. 
N.Y.36 — Buffalo  Coll.   of  Rational   Med.,  Hom.t 
N.Y.37— Mohawk  Medical  College,  Buffalo.! 
N.Y.38 — Hamburg    Canal    College,    Buffalo.! 
N.Y.39 — ^Med.    and   Surg.    Institute  and   Sanita- 
rium, Buffalo.! 
N.Y.40— N.  Y.   Coll.  of  Magnetics.   New  Yortf 
N.Y.41— N.   Y.  Institute  of  Medical  Science.! 
N.Y.42— Preparatory   Med.   Coll.,  New   York.! 
N.Y.43— Fordham  Univ.  School  of  Med.,  N.   Y. 


NORTH    CAROLINA 
N.C.I— Univ.  of  N.  C.  Sch.  of  Mod..  Chapel  Hill. 
N.C.2 — Edlnborough  Me<l.  Coll.,  Lumbertown. 
.V.C.S— Irfonard    Medical    .School,    RalelEh. 
N.C.4— .North  Carolina   Med    CdII  .  Charlotte. 
N.C.5— Wako  Forest  Collets  School  of  Medioins. 
N.C.8 — Coll.   of   Phys.    and   Hurgs.,    Arlington. 

NORTH      DAKOTA 
N.D.I— Univ.  of  N.  D.  Seh.  of  Med..  Unlvsrslty. 

OHIO 
0.  1— Medlcsl   College  of  Ohio,   Cincinnati. 
0.  2 — Eelsctle   Medical   CollofO,   CinclBnatt 
0.  3 — Starling    Medical    College,    Colurabua. 
O.  4 — I'hyslo- Medical    College,    Cincinnati. 
0.  5 — Botanlcu -Med     Coll.    of  Ohio,    Cincinnati. 
0.  6 — Wsstsra    Reserve    Univ.    Sehool    of    Mad., 

Cleveland. 
0.  7 — Cleveland  Univ    of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 
0.  9 — Cincinnati   College  of  Med.    and  Surg. 
0.  (—Miami   Medical    College,   Cincinnati. 
0.10 — Physio -Medical  Institute,  Cincinnati. 
0.11— Univ.  of  Wooster,  Med.  Dept.,  Cleveland 
0.12 — Cleveland  College  of  Phys.  and  Burgs. 
0.13— Pulte  Medlcsl  College,  Cincinnati. 

0.14— Columbus    Medical   College. 

O.li— Physio-Eclectic    Med.    Coll.,    Clnclnnstl  t 

O.IG— American   Eclectic  Med.  Coll..  Cincinnati 

0.17— .Medical   University  of   Ohio,   anclnnatl.t 

O.U— NorthwesUm  Ohio  Med.   College,  Toledo 

0.19- Toledo   Medical    Collage,   Toledo. 

0.20 — Woman'a  Med.  Collage,  Cincinnati. 

0.21— lAUra    Memorial    Woman'a    Medical    Col- 
lege, Cincinnati. 

0.22— National    Normal    Unlv ,    Coll.    of    Mad., 
Lebanon. 

0.23 — Cleveland    Medical    College,    Homeopathic. 

0.24 — Preabyterlan  Hospital  and  Woman'a  Med. 
Coll.,  Cincinnati. 

0  25— Ohio  Medical  University,  Columbus. 

n.2r,— rlereland-Pulte    Medical    College. 

0  JT — Cincinnati    Medical    College. 

(»  2S— Wllloughby   University   Med.   Dept. 

II  ;!0— American  Med.  Coll.,  Sclectlc,  Cincinnati. 

I)  :u— Eel.   Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg..  Cincinnati. 

I). 32 — International  Klectropatblc  Inat.,  .Mentor  ! 

0.33 — Homeo.  Med.  Coll.  for  Women,  Cleveland 

0.34 — American  Health  College,  Cincinnati.! 

0.35 — Zanesvllle  Academy  of  Medicine.! 

II  36 — Toledo  School  of  Medicine. 

1137— Dayton    Modlcal    University. 

(1.38— Ohio    CoU.    of    Obstetrics,    Medicine    and 
Midwifery,    Cincinnati.! 

U39— Uygela  Medical   College,  Cincinnati! 

0.40— Ohio  State  Univ.  Coll.  of  Mod..  Columbus. 

0.41— Univ.  of  Cincinnati  Coll.  of  Med. 

11.42 — Ohio   SUte   Univ.   Coll.   of   Homeo.   Med., 
Columbus. 

OKLAHOMA 

Okla.l— Univ.    of    Okla.    Sehool    of    Msdicla*. 
Norman-Oklaboma    City. 
;okla.2 -Epworth  College  of  Med.,  Okla.  City. 
,  Okla.3— Twentieth  Century  Physio- Medical  Col- 
'  lege,    Guthrie. t 

,  Okla. 4— Oklahoma    Med.    Coll.    Oklahoma    City 


I  OREGON 

{  Ore  I— Willamette  Univ.   Med.   Dept.,   Salem 
:  Ora.2 — UrIv.  of  Oregon    Med.  School,   Portland. 
I  PENNSYLVANIA 

Pa.   I — Univ.  of  Pa.  Sch.  of  Med.,  Philadelphia. 

Pa.  2— Jefferson  Med.  Coll.  of  Philadelphia. 

I'a.  3 — Pennsylvania  Med.  Coll.,  Philadelplila 
I  Pa.  4 — Pennsylvania  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg. 
'  I'a.  5— Franklin  Medical  College.  Philadelphia 
I  i'a.  6— See  Pa.  I. 

Pa.  7— Woman's  Mad.  Coll.  of  Pa..  Philadelphia 

Pa.  8 — Penn.  Med.    CnlTerslly,   Philadelphia 

Pa.  9 — Hahnemann    Med.    Csllete    and    Hospital 
of  Philadelphia. 

Pa. ID — Lincoln  Univ.  .Med.  Dept  ,  Oxford. 
j  Pa.U— Mcdico-Chlrurelcal  Coll.  of  Philadelphia 
I  Pa. 1 2 — University  of  Pittsburgh  School  of  Med. 
I  Pa.13— Temple  Univ.  Dept.  of   Med.,  Phila. 

Pa. 14 — Philadelphia  Univ.  of  .Med.   and  Surg. 
,  Pa. 15 — North  Amer.   Acad,  of  the  Homeopathic 
I.  Healing  Art.  Allcntown. 

Pa.I6 — ^Amer.   Univ.   of  Pa  ,   Eclectic,  Phlla.t 
!  I'a. 17— Eclectic  Med.  Coll.  of  Pa.,  Philadelphia, 
i  I'a. 18— Hahnemann  Med.   Coll.   of   Philadelphia. 

Pa. 19 — Electropathic   Institute,    Philadelphia! 
I  Pa. 20 — Thorapsonlan  Med.  Coll.,  Allentown. 
!  PHILIPPINE     ISLANDS 

'  P.I.I — Univ.  of  St  Thomas  Med.  Dept,  Manila. 

P. 1.2 — Univ.    of   the    Philippines    Coll.    of    Med. 
and  Surg..  Manila. 

RHODE     ISLAND 

R  I.l — Brown  Univ.   Med    Dept..  Providence. 
SOUTH     CAROLINA 

S.C.I — Medical    College    of   the   State   of   S.    C, 
Charleston. 

S.C.2— Univ.  of  S.  C.  Med.  Dept..  Columbia. 

S.C.3 — Charleston   Medical    School. 
SOUTH     DAKOTA 

S  D.I — Univ.  ol  S.   D.  Coll.  of  Med-,  Varmillon. 


TENNESSEE 
Tenn.  1— Univ.  of  NaabvlIIe,  Mad.  Dept 
Tenn.  2 — Memphis    Medical    College. 
Tenn.  3 — Eclectic  Medical  Institute,  Memphis 
Tenn.  4— Shelby  Medical  College,  Naahvllle. 
Tenn.  5— Vanderbllt    Univ.    Mod.    Dept.    Nash- 
ville. 
Tenn.  S — Univ.  of  Tenn.  Coll.  of  Mad..  Memphis. 
Tana.  7— Meharry  Medical  CoIIh*.  Naihvilla, 
Tenn.  8 — Memphis  Boap.  Med.  Coll, 
Tenn.  9 — Chattanooga  Medical  College. 
Tenn.  10— Lincoln   Manorial   Univ.    Med.    Dept  . 

Knozvllle. 
I  Tenn. 11 — University   of   the    South   Med.    Dept 

Sewanee. 
Tenn. 12 — Knoivllle  College   Medical    Dept. 
Tenn.l3 — Knoxvllle   Medical  College. 
Tsna.l4— Ualv.  of  Waat  Tannassa*  Coll.  of  Mod. 

and  Surf.,   Mamphia.t 

Tenn. IS — Coll.  of  Phya.  and  Surgs.,  Memphis. 

I  Tenn. 16 — Jefferson  Med.  Association.  Dsnbrldgs. 

Tenn.17 — Hannibal  Medical  College,  Memphla. 

I  Tenn. 18 — Chattanooga  National  Modlcal  College 

TEXAS 
I  Tez.  1 — Texas  Med.  Coll.  and  Hoap.,  Oalvaat  ; 
Tex.  2 — Univ.  of  Texas  Dept  of  Med.,  Qalveiton 

Tei.  3— Ft.   Worth  Sch^if.l  of  Medicine 

Tex.  4— Baylor    Univ.    Coll.    of    Med.,    Dallas. 

[  Tex.  5— Phyalo-Med.    Coll.    of    Texas.    Dallas. 

;  Tex.  t — Southern  Methodist  Univ.  Med.  Dept. 

I  Tex.  T— Gate  City  Med.  Coll.,  Tezarkana-Dallaa! 

I  Tex.  8 — Coll.    of   Phys.    and   Surgs.,    Dsllas. 
Tex.  9 — Univ.  of  San  Antonio  Med.  Dept. 

{  Tex  10— Dallaa    Medical    College. 

I  Tez.lt — University  of  Med.  and  Burg.,  Dallas 

UTAH 
UUh  I— University    of    UUh    Sehool    of    M*dl- 
eiaa.  Salt  Lak*  City, 

I  tab  2 — Medical  College  of  Utah,  Morgan  Cil.v 

VERMONT 

Vt.l— Castleton    Medical    College. 
Vt2— Ualv.  of  Vt  Coll.  of  Mad..  Bnrllafte*. 
Vt3— Vermont    Medical    College,    Woodatock. 
Vt.4— Vermont    Medical    College,    Rutland.t 
i  Vt.S- Trinity  Univ.  Coll.  of  Med.   and  Burg,  of 
I  the  State  of  Vermont.  Bennington! 

Vt.S— Union    Medical    Institute,    Newberry.! 
VIRGINIA 
,  Va.1— Univ,   of  Virgiaia   Dept   of   Mad..   Ckar- 
iottasvllle. 
Va.2— Med.    School    of    the    Valley    of   Virginia, 

Whichester. 
Vs. 3 — WIncheater   Medical    College. 
Va.4— Madieal  Collag*  of  Virflaia.  Richmond 
Va.S — Randolph-Macon  Coll.  Med.  Dept.  Prince 

Edward   Court    House. 
Va.S— University  College  of  Med  ,  Richmond. 

WASHINGTON 
Wash  I— UnlT.  of  Wash.  Med.  Dept..  Seattle. 
Wash  2— Northweatem  College  of   Biochemistry, 

Spokane.! 
Wash  3— Univ.    of  Spokane   Falls   Cull,    of  Med. 

WEST     VIRGINIA 
W.Va.l— West    Virginia    University     School    o! 
Medicine.   Morgantown. 

WISCONSIN 
W is. 1— Milwaukee  Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgat 
Wis. 2— Wisconsin  Coll.  of  P.  and  S..  Milwaukee. 
Wis. 3— Milwaukee  Medical   College. 
Wla.4 — Wisconsin    Eclectic    Medical    School! 
WIs.S— Univ.   of   Wis.    Med.   School.    Maoison. 
Wis.6— Marquette    University    School    of    Mad.. 
Milwauka*. 


CANADIAN     MEDICAL    COLLEGES 
ALBERTA 
Alta.l— University   of  Alberta   Faculty  of   Med., 
Edmonton. 

MANITOBA 
Man.l — Manitoba  Medical  Oillege,  Winnipeg. 

NOVA     SCOTIA 
N.S.I — Dalhousie    University    Faculty    of    Med., 
Halifax. 

ONTARIO 
OntI — University   of  Toronto    Faculty   of   Ned. 

Ont.2 — Toronto    School    of    Medicine. 
Onl.3 — Trinity   Medical   College.  Toronto. 
Ont.4 — Victoria  Univ.   Med.    Dept.,  Toronto. 
Ont.S — Queen's  Univ.  Faculty  of  Med.,  Kiniston. 
Ont.6 — Western  Unlv.  Medical  School.  London. 
Ont.7 — Kingston    Woman's  Medical   College. 
Ont8 — Ontario  Med.  Coll.  for  Women,  Toronto. 

QUEBEC 
Que.l — McGill  Univ.  Faculty  of  Med.,  Montreal. 
Que.2 — University  of  Montreal  Medical  Faculty. 
Que.3 — Laval  Unlv.  Faculty  of  Med.,  Queboc. 
Que.4 — Laval  Univ.  Med.  Faculty,  Montreal. 
Que.S — UnlT.     of    Bishop     College     Faculty     of 

Medicine,  Montreal. 
Que.6 — St.  Lawrence  School  of  Medichie. 


F^or    S-ymbols    of    F'oreign    IVIedical    Colleges,  see    page  33 


INDEX    TO    DIRECTORY 


rAGK 

and  7 

1871 

4 

161 

1703 

1728 

37 

9 

10 

9 

9 

16 

9 

16 

138 

86 

187 

195 

71 

77 

138 

• 

1737 
217 
1726 
1706 

• 

39 

23 

Cover 

20 

35 

24 

35 

299 

323 

9 

3 


Abbreviations  and  Symbols ' 

Addenda 

Advertiiements,  Index  to 

Alabama 

Alaska    

Alberta     .■•••. 

American   Board  for   Ophthalmic   txaminations 

American    Medical   Association 

By-Laws     

ConstitlUion     

General  Officers,  1922-1923 

Presidents    

Section  Officer!   

Sessions    

Anatomical    Societies,    Members    of 

Anesthetical   Societies,   Members  of 

Arizona    

Arkansas    

Army  Medical  Officers,  Active     

Army  Medical  Officers,  Retired 

Bacteriological    Societies,    Members    of 

Boards  of  Health,   State i- 

British    Columbia     • > 

California    

Canada   

Canal  Zones    

Charitable    Institutions    

Classified  Hospitals 

Classification  of  Medical  Colleges 

College  Key  Table Inside  Front 

Colleges  of  United  States,  Canada  and  Philippine  Islands.  . 

Colleges,  Foreign  

Colleges,  Historical  Matter  on 

Colleges,  Postgraduate    

Colorado 

Connecticut   ;••.•• 

Constitution  and  By-Laws  of  American  Medical  Association 

Contents 

Councilor  Districts  and   Officers 

County   Societies,  Officers   of ^ 

Delaware    

Dermatological    Societies.    Members    of ^ 

Directory     Report    Service 

District  of  Columbia 

Dominion  of  Canada 

Examining   Boards,   State 

Explanatory    Notes    

Florida   

Foreign    Medical    Colleges 

Foreword   

Georgia 

Government  Officers  of  United  States 

Graduate  Medical  Colleges 

Guam    

Gynecological     Societies,     Members     of .  . 

Hawaii    

Health  Officers  (City  and  County) 

History  of  Medical    Colleges •. 

Homes    .>••• «.«r*«***« 

Hospitals 

Hospitals  Approved    for   Internship • 

Hospitals,    Classified     

Hospitals,  Number  by  States 

Idaho    ... 

Illinois    

Index  of  Physicians 

Index    to   Advertisements 

Indiana .^ 

Indian     Field    Service 

Institutions,    State   and   Charitable 

Internal   Medicine   Societies,    Members  of 

Iowa  

Journals,    State    

Journals  of  United  States,  Canada  and  Philippine  Islands.         (A 

Kansas   613 

Kentucky   639 

Key  to  Directory 6  and  7 


343 
120 
150 
349 
1726 

• 

6 

371 

35 

S 

385 
71 
35 

1725 
86 

1708 

• 

24 

• 

8 

51 

39 

8 

417 

425 

1881 

4 

533 

84 

• 

124 

577 


Key   to   Special    Societies   and    Specialties. 

Laryngological    Societies.   Members  of 

Laws,   State    Medical 

Libraries  of  United  States,  Canada  and  Philippine  Islands. 

Licensing   Boards,    State 

Louisiana 

Maine 


7 
107 


60 


671 
693 


rAGi 

Medical  Colleges    20 

Medical  Journals    °5 

Medical  Libraries    °^ 

Membership   in    Special    Societies 86 

Michigan    'j* 

Minnesota    ?;J 

879 

897 

953 

37 

17 

79 

82 

963 

131 

987 

1757 

1838 

991 

1001 

1037 

1043 

1197 

1231 

8 

1763 

86 


Mississippi   

Missouri     

Montana 

National    Board    of    Medical    Examiners. 

National  and  Interstate   Societies 

Navy  Medical  Officers,  Active   

Navy  Medical  Officers,  Retired   

Nebraska    

Neurological  Societies,  Members  of 

Nevada 

New  Brunswick   

Newfoundland     

New  Hampshire 

New  Jersey   

New  Mexico   


Manitoba    1748 

Maryland   705 

Massachusetts  733 


New  York 

North  Carolina     

North  Dakota    

Number  of  Physicians  in  all  the  States 

Nova   Scotia    

Obstetrical  Societies,  Members  of 

Officers    of     American     Medical     Associaiton     for     1922-1923, 

General     and     Section 

Ohio    

Oklahoma   ■  >  •  > 

Ontario 

Ophthalmological    Societies,    Hembert  of 

Oregon    

Otological    Societies,     Members    of 

Pathological  Societies,  Members  of 

Pediatric    Societies,    Members    of 

Pennsylvania    

Periodicals   

Philippine  Islands  *. 

Physicians,  Addresses  Unknown 

Physicians    in    Proportion     to    Population 

Physicians,    Number   by    States 

Physicians*    Purchasing    Index 

Physicians,  Total   Number    

Population,  State  

Porto  Rico . 

Presidents  of  American  Medical  Association 

Prince  Edward   Island 

Psychiatrical     Societies.     Members    of 

Publications.    Official    

Quebec   

Rhinological   Societies,   Members  of 

Rhode  Island    , .  .    . 

Roentgenological   Societies.   Members   oif 

Samoa     

Sanatorium!    

Saskatchewan      

Section     Officers    of    American     Medical    Assoctalioo    for 

-    19221923   

Sessions    of     American     Medical     AKSoi'ialinn 

Societies,    National   and   Interstate   Medical 

Societies,  Officers  of  County . 

Societies,  Officers  of  State    

South  Carolina 

South  Dakota    

Superintendents    of    Public    Health 

Surgical   Societies,  Members  of 

Symbols  and  Abbreviations 

Tennessee    

Texas   

United  States  Army  Medical  Officers,  Active   

United  States  Army  Medical  Officers,  Retired     

United  States  Navy  Medical  Officers,  Active    

United  States   Navy   Medical  Officers.    Retired 

United  States  Public    Health    Service,    Officers    of 

Urological  Societies.    Members  of 

Utah   

Vermont   

Virgin    Islands    , 

Virginia   

Washington   

West  Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 
Yukon  . 


9 

1229 

1307 

1770 

107 

1333 

107 

138 

124 

1347 

65 

1712 

1841 

• 

8 

2454 
8 

• 

1721 

16 

1803 

131 

■ 

I8U8 
107 

1455 
146 

1725 

• 

182V 

9 
16 
17 


1465 
1479 

• 

86 
6 

1489 

1521 

71 

77 

79 

82 

8.1 

120 

1579 

1589 

1725 

1597 

162.S 

1647 

1665 

1697 

1840 


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CONTENTS 


Page 
COLLEGE    KEY    TABLE    Inside  Front  Cover 

INDEX  TO  ADVERTISEMENTS 4 

FOREWORD   5 

INDEX    TO    DIRECTORY  Opposite  Title  Page 

DIRECTORY    REPORT    SERVICE ISO 

KEY  TO  DIRECTORY 6-7 

Symbols  and  Abbreviations ;  Special  Explanatory  Notes   6 

Key  to  Special  Societies 7 

Key  to  Specialties  7 

NUMBER  OF  PHYSICIANS  AND  HOSPITALS  (in  the  various  States  and  Provinces) 8 


PART  I.— NATIONAL  AND  INTERSTATE  INFORMATION 

AMERICAN  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION  

Officers  ;  Constitution  and  By-Laws 

Sessions  and  Presidents  


MEDICAL  SOCIETIES  (National  and  Interstate) 

MEDICAL  COLLEGES  

Alphabetical  List  

Third  Gassification  

Historical  Information  

Graduate  Medical  Colleges 

Foreign  Medical  College  Key  Table 

NATIONAL  BOARD  OF  MEDICAL   EXAMINERS 

AMERICAN   BOARD   FOR   OPHTHALMIC    EXAMINATIONS    

HOSPITALS :  Special  Hospitals,  Sanatoria  and  Institutions  arranged  according  to  class  of  patients  cared 
for,  excluding  genera!  hospitals  which  are  found  immediately  preceding  the  list  of  physicians  for 
each  state  

HOSPITALS  APPROVED  FOR  INTERNSHIPS 

MEDICAL  LIBRARIES,  LIST  OF 

MEDICAL  JOURNALS,  LIST  OF 

MEDICAL  OFFICERS  OF  THE  GOVERNMENT  SERVICE  

Army  and  Navy 

Public  Health  Service ;  Indian  Field  Service 

MEMBERS  OF  SPECIAL  MEDICAL  SOCIETIES 

"A"  Surgery,  Gynecology,  Obstetrics  and  Anesthesia   

"B"   Ophthalmology,  Otology,   Laryngology  and  Rhinology   

"C"  Dermatology  and  Urologj'  

"D"  Pediatrics  and  Internal  Medicine 

"E"  Neurology  and  Psychiatry  

"F"  Pathology,  Bacteriology  and  Anatomy  

"G"  Roentgenology   


9-160 

9-16 

9-15 

16 

17-19 

20-37 
20-23 
23-24 
24-35 
35 
35-37 

37 

37-38 


39-50 

51-59 

60-64 

65-70 

71-85 
71-83 
83-85 

86-149 
86-107 
107-120 
120-124 
124-131 
131-138 
138-146 
146-149 


PART  II.— STATE   AND    PROVINCIAL    INFORMATION   AND   DIRECTORY  OF 

PHYSICIANS 161-1840 

Note. — In  each  state  is  found  infortnation  regarding  medical  laws,  board  of  health,  licensing  boards,  officers  of  constituent  medical 
associations  and  component  district  and  county  societies,  county  health  officers,  hospitals,  sanatoriums  and  charitable  institutions, 
and  list  of  physicians. 

UNITED  STATES  (Arranged  Alphabetically  by  States,  Cities  and  Names)   ; 161-1701 

UNITED  STATES  DEPENDENCIES:  Alaska,  Canal  Zone.    Hawaii,    Philippine    Islands,    Porto    Rico. 

Guam,   Samoa,  Virgin  Islands    (Arranged  Alphabetically  by  Cities  and  Names) 1703-1725 

CANADA    (Arranged  Alphabetically  by  Provinces,  Cities  and  Names)   1726-1837 

NEWFOUNDLAND   AND   YUKON    (Arranged   Alphabetically  by  Cities  and  Names) 1838-1840 

PHYSICIANS  WHOSE  ADDRESSES   ARE  UNKNOWN    1841-1870 

ADDENDA 1871-1880 

PART  III.— INDEX  OF  PHYSICIANS  1881-2452 

PHYSICIANS'  PURCHASING  INDEX Even  Pages  Adv.  2454-2482 


index:    to    advertisements 

See  Also  Physicians'  Reference  and  Purcliasing  Index,  Pages  2454-2482 


A  PAGE 

Abbott  Laboratories.  .1454 A;  2461; 2459 

Aetna  Life  Insurance  Co 878B 

Albuquerque  Sanatorliun 1036B 

Alexander    Sanitarium 216B 

AlUson  Co..    W.    U 2521 

Aloe   Co..    A.    S 3522;   2523 

Amb.    Pneu.    Splint    Mfg.    Co 2501 

American  Kitchen  Products  Co... 2531 

American    Optical    Co 794A 

American  Sterilizer  Co 2481 

Anglers    Co.,    Tlie 2503 

.\nti-Thumb.sucliinit     Ring     Co 2501 

Appalachian  Hall 2493 

Arkansas   Med.    Soc.    Journal 194B 

Arlington    Heights    Sanitarium.  .1520A 

Armstrong  Co.,    \Vm.   H 576.\ 

Astier    Laboratories;.    P 990B 

AUanUc  Medical  Monthly 1454B 

Aznoe's  Cen.    Reg.   for  Nurses.  .1696B 


B 

Bag-O  Heat  Co 6S8A 

Bailey    Sanat  .    Dr.    Benj.    F 986.\ 

Bancroft    School,    The 2498 

Bard  -Parker    Co. ,    Inc 298-\ 

Bameg   Sanitarium,  Dr 322B 

Battle    Creek    .Sanitarium 794B 

Bauer   &   Black 2526 ;    2527 

Baum    Co.,    Inc..    W.    A 2457 

B.   B.    Culture    Lainratory 2501 

Beeciiliurst  Sanitarium 2495 

Bellamy.    Wm.    W 2501 

Berger   Bros.    Co 2568 

Bertho  May,  Inc 2503 

Blackman    Sanitarium 384B 

BIythewood  Bung,   and  Cot 342A 

Bon    Air    Sanatorium 1624A 

Borcherdt  Malt  Eilract  Co 2501 

Boston  Med.  and  Surg.  Journal.  .732A 

Boulder.  Colo.,  Sanitarium 298B 

Boumewood    Ho.spitai 2495 

Brady  &  Co.  Geo.    W 2508 

Bremerman    Uroloeical    Hotp. ..1464A 

Brigham  Hall 1596A 

Bright   Side  Sanitarium lOOOB 

BroBdoaks  Sanatorium 1196A 

Burdick   Cabinet  Co 670A 

Bum  Brae  Hosplul 1454n 

Bumltol  Co 186B 

Bums    Hosplul,   The  Robert 2498 

Buzzeli-Fianders  Co IsrnB 


PAGE 

Ford's  Nursing  Home  for  the  Tu- 
berculous,   Mrs 1194B 

Foregger    Co 2510 

Fuller  Co.,    George    R 14S8A 

Funk  &  Wagnalls  Co 2501 


George      Washington      University 

Department   of    Medicine 348A 

German  Kvan.   DeaconAss  Hosp. . .  2496 

Glen    Springs,    Tiie 1196.\ 

Georgia,  Journal  of  Metl.  .\s.sh-.  .384B 

Glenwood  Park   Sanitarium 2498 

Glenwood    Sanat4>rium 2494 

Glockner  Sanitarium  and  Hosp. ..298B 

(;rand  View  Sanatorium 2498 

Green  Mountain  Sanatorium 2499 

Gundry  Home,  The  BIcbard 732A 


Halatead  Hospital 612B 

Hanoria  Chem.   &  Mfg.  Co lOOOB 

Hardy   &  Co.,    F,    A. S514 

Hartford    Retreat S4»» 

Hellkraft  Medical  Co 348A 

Highland    Hospital 1220A 

High   Ten.    &   Tr    Equip.   Corp...24»T 

Hinsdale   Sanitarium 5S2A 

Holy  Cross  Hospital 2495 

Hoos,  Louis S22A 

Horlick's  Malted  Milk  Co I6«1A 

Uosplul  for  Children  and  Train- 
ing  School   for  Nurses 2500 

Hoepital    Supply    Co 25J0 

Howard  Unti.  School  of  Med 2436 

Howe  Home 3496 

Huston  Bros.  A  Co 2SIT 

Hj-nson,   Wesicott  &   Dunning. .  .194A 

I 

Illbiols  Train.   iSchl    for  .Nurses.  .!4»4 

Indiana   I'niv     Sciiool   of  Med 2488 

Institute    of    Surger>' 2494 

Indiana  State  Metlical  Journal.. 576A 

International  Equipment  Co 3S04 

Intra   Protlucts   <'o..   The 3JJA 

Iowa    Bute    Medical   Journal 61iA 


California  Citrus  Frt.  Juice  Co  .2507 
California   Journal   of  Medicine.  .298A 

Came-s  ArtiHcial   Limb  Co 2517 

Camrlck  Co.,  G.   \V 2475 

CasUe  Co.,  Wlbnot 2509 

Carles  Diatributhig  Co 896A 

Cbanning  Saniurium 1 I54B 

Chicago   Dietotic   Supply    House.. 2504 

Chicago   Laboratory 2.503 

Chicago  Medical  Book  Co 2507 

Cllklold  Co,  The 2473 

Cincinnati    Saniurium 2496 

Clifton  Springs  Sanitarium 103eA 

Codmann   &    SlmrtlelT.    Inc 2507 

Collins.   Edward   E 2502 

Colorado    Medicine 298B 

Columbus   Hospital,   Inc 2497 

Columbus  laboratories 2471 

Compton    School 2497 

Cook    laboratories,   Inc 424.\ 

Cooperative   Med.    Adver    Bur  .    .986B 
Cornell   Inlverslty  Med.   College.  .2488 

Crain    Publisliing   Co 416B 

Crazy  Water  Co  .  The 1228A 

Creighton   Univ.    Coll,    of  Med  ...21S6 

Crestone    Heights    Sanitarium 2497 

Crest  View 0495 

Cumberland    General    Hospital. . 1 196R 
Cutter  Laboratory,  The 2505 


DaUes  llo<pllal.   The 13S2B 

Dartmouth    Medical    School 2436 

Denver  Optic  Co 2471 

DeVilbIss   Mfg.    Co.,    The 250i 

Dixon  Health  Resort 2499 

Dry   Milk   Co 11515 

Duke   Sanitarium,   The I306B 


Earnshaw   Sales   Co 2518 

Easton    Sanitarium 2498 

Edmands,  Walter  S isSlO 

Elmer    A    Amend 2520 

Electro  Surgical    Instr.    C.O l'879B 


Elmer.    H.   N 

Elm   Hill   Sanitarium 

El   Reno  Sanilarltua 

Emerj    Mfg.    Co 

Engein    Electric   Co.,    Tlie 

Bnloe    Hospital 

Evergreens  Sanat,  School    'i 


.2502 
,2.100 

..2498 
.  .692n 
..962 A 

. . 2497 


Pair   Oaks   Villa 130i!H 

Flagler  Hosplul 2500 

Fletoher's   Sanat.,   Dr.   W.   B...,SS2B 
tlorlda    Med.    Assn.    Journal 884A 


J 

Jaeekh  Mfg.  Co 1835A 

Jeaser,   Dr.   J 2513 

Johns    Drug    Co JJOJ 

Johnson  Ventllte  Co 4MB 

Justfood    Co ssoa 

K 

Kansas  Med.  Society  Journal 6133 

Kenllworth     Saniurium 2490 

Kenney's   Saniurium.   Dr 15T8A 

Kentucky    Meilical    Journal gSSB 

Keystone    Surg.    Instrument  Co... 3504 

Keyston    View   Co.,   Inc 2504 

Klllough    Co..    Charles    H 2505 

Kimpton.    Heno' 3501 

Koatka   Drug  Co 986A 

Kryplok  Co..  Inc r82B 


l^tnratory  of  Sun.   TeclinIaue..3S30 

I^ackenbach.    Freil.    1 2504 

I*  Jolla   Saniurium 21»B 

Ijtrson.    Martin 3538 

Laa  Ebdoas  Sanitarium 216A 

Lea   A   Febleer .50A:  SOB 

l.«<lerle   Antitoxin   Laboralurlet. ,  .3520 

lielgh    HoxpJUI.    Sarah 1.596A 

LeIU,    E.,    Inc. 2505 

Ix>tu>rhead    Press '  3502 

Levy,    David    B 3524;   2525 

I.ewls  X-Ray  Co giSA 

Liebel  -Flarshelm    Co  . .    84SA 

IJfe  Extension   Institute.  .  . .  704A 

Lilly  A  Co.  Ell 532B 

Llnooln-Oardner   laboratory 2479 

Lincoln    Saniurium »»SA 

Lister    Bros 1879A 

LIvermoro  Saniurium,  The 216B 

Ixjgin   Broa jSOl 

Lo«In    A   Son,    B 2507 

Ix>ngmans,  Onsen  A  Co 186A 

LouIsvUls  NeuropaUilc  Banlt «S8B 

Lffnch's   Sanatorium,    Dr 2499 


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Mayer.   Michael 1624B 

Medical  Protective  Co 160.\ 

Medical  Research   Laboratories. .  .24.'<9 

Mellln's  Food  Co 2453 

Mercer    Saniurium 249S 

Memll-Souls  Sales  Carporatlon.  .2471 

MeB  LalMratories.  H.  A 1042B 

Meyer  Co..  The  Wm 2513 

Meyrowitz.   E.    B 19411 

MIchiitan   State    Med.    Journal. .  .87S,\ 

Middlewest  Laboratories  Co 2516 

Midwest  Training  School 2487 

Mllliken   A  Co.,   John   T »47» 

Miln-aukee  Sanitarium 1664B 

MinneeoU  Meillcine 87S.\ 

MUracle  Artificial  Arm  Co 2.iOJ 

Missouri  sute  Medical  Journal.  .S7SA 

Moody   Hospital.  The 3500 

Moodj's  Saniurium.  Dr 1S78B 

Moore   Bros 25H 

Morton  Hospital 3500 

Mosby  Co..   C.    V «4A;  64B 

MounUin   View  Sanatorium S499 

Mount  Clemens  Sanitarium  Co. ..24»6 
Mueller  A  Co.,   V 2463 


.Nathan.    Clarence    s 
National   Aniline  A  t  iifinii-in 

Co 348B:    84411 

National  PaUi.  Lab 1646A;  1S46B 

Nebraska    Sute   Med.    Journal. .  .61211 

Nebraska  I^aboratory,  Tlie 96211 

-Nemo  Hygienic  Faslilon  Inst 2M!i 

New  Jersey  Journal 103«.\ 

New  York  Eye   A  Ear  InOrm. . .  119611 

Neir  York   Inuannous  Lab U64B 

New  York  Sute  Jour,  of  Med..ll96B 

Noo-Ptoals    Sarrice 2511 

Norbury  Sanitarium  Co.,   TUe...424A 

North    Shore  Health   Rasort S32A 

Norttawaet  Medicine 1832B 

Noittiwesiem    L'nivenlty 2488 

Norton  Mem.   Infirm.,   Jolin   N..,1495 

Norways  Banaurium 2490 

■■N88"    Bale*  Co..    Mfrs 2507 

Nystron  A  Co.,  A.   J 2511 


McCaskey    Register    Co 2509 

.McDermolt  Surg.    Instr    Co 670II 

.Mclnto.h   Eli'C     Corp..   Inc 1696B 

.Mactirogor   Instrument  Co. 2510 

Macmlllan  Co lOOOA 

Magnuson    X-Bay  Co 298B- 

612A:  6I2B;  962B 

Mahady   Co.   E.   F 732B 

Maine  Meillcal  Journal 692B 

Maltlne   Co..    The HOll 

Manhattan    Eye    Salve    Co 038B 

Marks.    A.    A 2511 

Marshall   Sanitarium J32B 

Mary-i    Help    Hosplul 2,500 

Uaasey  Hosplul 2197 

Maasillon  Rubber  Co 2479 

Matthews  A  Co..  L.  S !     2501 


Ooonomowoc    Health    Resort lOMB 

Ohio  State  Medical  JounisI I106B 

Oklahona   State  Med.   Journal.  .1332.\ 
Orange-Crash    Co 2515 

P 

Paotflo  Hospital I.t"- 

PaciHc  Wasaemann  Lab 

Packer  Mfg.   Co..   Inc.,   The... 12. 

Palmer   TuberculoaU    Sanll 5i.  v 

Pat*  Sanitarium sim 

Pearson  Home 2r.'> 

Peck  Sanatorium.  The jiuu 

Petersen,  C.  Dahlbye 3511 

Pennoek,  Kdward 2471 

Phoenix  Sanatorium 1|6B 

Physicians'     and     Surgeons'     Ad- 

iustlng    Assn lUtA 

Physicians'    casualty   Assn 251» 

Physlctaiu'  Beconl  Co 

Pines,  The ti 

Poland   Spring a;, 

Pomeroy    Co 25O- 

PortJand  Oiwi  Air  Sanat 1M2B 

Post  UrailuaU'  School  of  Chicago 

and  PolycllTilc an 

Pottenger  Sanatorium  Co 3401 

Punton  Sanitarium. MOA 

p„r.,    1:1 p,„,,    ,.„^    ■r'he,'.'.'.'.3M3 

R 

S^'  "1  Co 1346B 

B»  ■!  of  Omaha M2B 

""  lu    (Dr.    Frank    K. 

„'^'-' 2«7» 

Badlum    Inst,    of  Green    llsy...l«*6A 
Radium   Inst,   of  N.    v..  The...lOI2A 

Boreal.  The jjja 

Resthaven  Sanitarium 2191 

Rhode  Island  Meillcal  Journal.  .145411 

Rtaodla    Chemical   Co H44A 

Rledel    A    Co 261 J 

Ring  Sanatorium  A  Hosp.,  inc.     2495 
Biver  Cr.-i   s.„,,.,i.,,,,  ,„j  g,„, 

Me«d    '  I10«.\ 

liver    I'l  Ml 189,^ 

Rush   Me.l. :  ,. ■.  i^v 


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San     FrancLsco     Polyclinic     and 

Post   Graduate  School 2484 

Sargent's   Drug   Store 2504 

Saunders   Co..   W.    B 16A.  16B 

Sawyer  Saniurium 1228B 

Scanlan-Morris  Co 2508 

Sceleth.  l>r    Charles  E 53'JA 

ScliiefTelhi    &    Co 25SI 

Scliumpert  Mem.  Sanlt. .  T.  K. . .  670B 
Scien.   01a«s  Instr.   Co.   Thc.lOOOB 

Scott  *  White  Hospital 1530B 

Sharp  &   .-Jniilh 1S79A 

Shelton    Electric    Co 2514 

Sherman.    l>r,    G.    H 844A 

SI. lis  Institute.  Boris 3490 

Sinii>son.    Major.    Sanitarium 896B 

Smith.    Inc.    Upsher 8T8A 

Soiur   Press,   The 8S01 

Solomon   Clinic.    The 6S8B 

.South   Carolina    Mod.    Journal. .  .384B 

Soreiweii    Co..    C.    M 24A3 

SouUiwestem   Medicine lg«B 

Splrella    Co lOOOB 

."ipa.    Tlie 1604A 

Spring     Hill     Saniurium 15*SA 

Squibb  A  Sons.  E.  R 1306A:  24T7 

Minlsrd   Oil  Co 158SA:   15888 

:  1  :  >rd  Cnlv.  School  of  Me<l...34M 
>;u  Itanch  In-the-Plnes  Sanlt  ..S3tA 
Mniiarl   Home  Traiuhig  School. «SgB 

Stomi,    Kalherliie    L 24U 

Sunmouiit  Saniurium 180B 

Syrscu.ie    Inlv.    Coll.    of    Med  ...34M 


T 

Taylor   Instrument  Co 704B 

Tappan  Zee   Surgical  Co 2,503 

Tennessee   State   Med.    Jour M78B 

Texas   Sute  Journal  of  Me<l I5T8B 

Thomas    Co,    F.    H 3502 

Thoro  Conwratlon,   Ttie 187011 

Tlemsnn    A   Co,    Geo 2508 

Tol-I"     Ssnitarlum 3493 

T  tiorlum ISiOB 

'al.    Charles    II (MB 

1  Iralnlne     School 8M.V 

li..,-.    „,.„,„.r   A   (',.  .3511* 

Tucker   Sanatorium  2499 


U 

rnlteU    Stales    Ratllum    Corji 2518 

I'm,    „f  ii„(T,.i,.  u..,,.^.,  ...  Med. ..2488 
'  '  OS  .\n- 

iitl 2484 


.I:  11)' 
.TlllV 


of    \'uruout. . 
of     Virginia 


'Mit  of   Medicine. 


1S96A 

Depart- 

1624A 


Victoria 
Victor 
Vim  In  1  , 


.3S4A 
1 024  A 
.  J500 


Sacred  Heart  Sanltarlimi  . 
Sagamore  Chemical  Co..  Inc. 
St.   Albans  Sanatorium,   Inc.. 

St.    Ann's   IloMpluI 

St.     Francis     Hosplul     (Coiorado 
Springs.   Colo.l 24!"4 

"'i..''"'"'''    ""I"'"!     (Escanabs. 

"'"■■I     I030II 

St.   Joseph's    Iloeplul   and   School 

of  Nursing  2I6B 

St    Louis  Inlv.   Scliool  of  Med..896A 

St.    Mary's    Hosplul 1036II 

Sanatorium  School.  The 145411 

Sanbom    Co 2511 


V 

676B 

:itlon..24S3;  3483 

'uthly 1M4A 

"•r>.    Inc.,   The.  .t(M 

<  ^'o m> 

Tlie MIS 

"■  Co  .2MA 


Wachusell     Cottage 3|M 

Waldhelm   Park   Hanat  .   lnr...,t«MA 
Wall,,,-.,  s  .in.rviiie  Sanlt  .  The.,  14MB 

"  "i:  Co 148I.A 

"  '"» 2Sl« 

^  nlversHv    School    of 

iMB 

"  ings  Sanitarium.. '.'.I4M 

)J  lurlum I4UA 

"  iiatorlura 1S94R 

"  >"  University  School 

!4»« 

"  ilv    Co 3«8A 

"" HUB 

"  V    Sanlt. ..IH5A 

^\».>np,,ri    .■^unniiriiini 2497 

West    Virginia    M...I.    Journal. .  .IM4 A 

Whealon    Ileallli    Ilesort 3500 

Wiley   A    .Sons,    Inc,    John IS6A 

Willows    Maternity   SsnIlarlum  .896n 

Wilson    Laboratoriei.    The 131:a 

"■'■  ' -I'i'al IIMB 

' *n» 

lal  Limb  Co tBtT 

" 'Heal   Journal in«A 

WIswall   Sanatorium.   Inc riSA 

Wocher   A   Sons.    Inc.    Max 8848 

Woman's    Me. Ileal   Collef*   of 

Pennsylvania    fUf 

Wood   A  Co.  Wm MIA 

WiMwIcroft   Hospital , f|ff 

Woo<isMe  Cotuges !.!.'|4M 

Woolf  Instrument  < 'nrporatton . . . r«4n 
Wright   Instntment   cn  •::] 


Zemmer   Co.,    The. 
Zleraan,  Fred 


.two 
.1114 


FOREWORD 


The  American  Medical  Directory  contains  a  list  of  the  licensed  medical  practitioners  of  the 
United  States  and  British  North  America,  with  dependable,  verified,  professional  information  regard- 
ing each  individual,  all  treated  impartially.  The  statements  regarding  graduation  from  medical  schools 
and  statements  regarding  licensure,  have  been  verified  by  comparison,  respectively,  with  official  alumni 
lists  from  medical  schools  and  reports  from  state  licensing  boards. 

NT'MBER  OF  PHYSICIANS  IN  DIRECTORY.— There  are  160,138  names  in  this  Directory. 
.Many  tiiou.sand  changes  of  location,  membership  and  other  items  of  personal  information  liave  been 
made.  Of  the  physicians  listed  in  the  Seventh  Edition,  .=^,696  have  died ;  but,  including  the  names  of 
graduates  of  the  past  two  years  who  have  entered  practice,  and  other  new  names,  the  list  of  physicians 
in  the  Eighth  has  been  increased  2,1?'  the  number  in  the  Seventh  Edition. 

LEARN  WHAT  THE  DIRECTORY  CONTAINS.— This  Directory  contains  a  large  amount 
of  information,  much  of  which  will  be  lost  to  the  user  unless  he  familiarizes  himself  with  its  con- 
tents.    He  can  do  this  by  studying  the  table  on  page  3  and  the  index  opposite  title  page. 

BE  FAMILIAR  WITH  THE  SYMBOLS  AND  ABBREVIATIONS.— The  large  amount  of 
information  regarding  each  physician  would  require  several  times  the  amount  of  space  now  used  were 
it  not  for  the  hberal  use  of  symbols  and  abbreviations.  The  reader,  therefore,  should  familiarize 
himself  with  the  symbols  and  abbreviations  shown  in  the  key  list  on  pages  6  and  7. 

MEDICAL  COLLEGES. — Complete  information  is  given  regarding  466  individual  me<lical  col- 
leges, a  few  of  which  were  fraudulent.  The  key  list  appears  inside  of  the  front  cover,  the  names 
of  the  eighty-one  existing  medical  colleges  being  in  heavy-faced  type.  An  alphabetical  list  of  all  colleges 
appears  on  pages  20  to  23  and  full  descriptions  of  all  colleges  on  pages  24  to  3.^.  (iraduate  medical 
colleges  are  listed  on  page  35,  and  the  key  list  of  foreign  medical  colleges  appears  on  pages  35  to  37. 

MEDICAL  UFFICERS. — The  names  of  officers  of  the  Medical  Corps  of  the  Army  and  of  the 
Xavy  will  be  found  on  pages  71  to  83,  inclusive. 

HuSJ'l  r.\L.S, — .\anies  of  hospitals  are  given  for  each  state  immediately- preceding  the  list  of 
physicians.  There  are  7,168  hospitals  and  512  related  institutions  in  the  United  States,  its  dependencies 
and  Canada  and  Newfoundland.  The  list  of  special  hospitals  classifietl  according  to  the  class  of  cases 
treated  is  given  on  pages  39  to  50.  The  642  hospitals  approved  by  the  Council  on  Medical  Education 
and  Hospitals  for  the  training  of  interns  are  listed  on  pages  51  to  59.     See  table  page  8. 

MEMBERSHIP  IN  SPECIAL  SOCIETIES.— Attention  is  called  to  the  lists  of  members  of 
special  societies  on  pages  86  to  149,  inclusive.  One  method  of  estimating  a  physician's  professional 
standing  is  to  note  the  societies  and  organizations  to  which  he  belongs.  The  members  of  all  recognized 
societies  in  each  specialty  are  arranged  alphabetically  by  states.  The  prominent  men  of  each  specialty, 
therefore,  can  be  noted  by  referring  to  this  portion  of  the  Directory. 

APPRECIATION. — To  the  secretaries  of  the  various  medical  licensing  boards  of  the  United 
States  and  Canada;  to  the  deans  of  medical  colleges;  to  the  officers  of  component  county  societies  and 
constituent  state  associations ;  to  the  thousands  of  correspondents  and  others — all  of  whom  have  so  cor- 
dially assisted  in  making  possible  this  edition — we  extend  our  thanks  and  express  our  appreciation. 


KEY  TO   DIRECTORY 

The  directory  contains  an  enormous  amount  of  information  of  various  kinds,  hut  this  fact  will 
not  be  appreciated  unless  the  reader  studies  the  Index  opposite  Title  Page  and  Contents  on  Page  3.  To 
save  space,  symbols  and  abbreviations  Itave  been  liberally  used;  it  is  important  that  the  reader 
thoroughly  familiarise  himself  with  these,  as  well  as  with  the  various  departments  of  the  directory. 
The  information  is  here,  but  much  of  it  is  available  only  through  the  use  of  the  key. 

KEY  TO  ABBREVIATIONS.  SYMBOLS,  ETC 


Names  tn  CAPITALS  signify  member- 
Bblp  In  the  American  Medical  Association 
through  memberstilp  In  constituent  state 
and  component  count;  organizations  (DUE. 
JOHN). 

IH),  (E),  (P-M)  Indicate,  respcctirel;, 
homeopath,  eclectic,  physio-medlc. 

b'75     Indicates  year  of  birth. 

Md.7,'09.  college  and  year  of  graduation. 
For  Medical  College  Key  Table  see  In- 
side front  cover  pages. 

riJ9  Indicates  year  of  license  in  state  where 
located. 

♦  Indicates  Fellowship  In  the  American 
Med.  Assn  (DOE.  JOHN  9).  Commis- 
sioned medical  officers  of  the  Federal 
Government,  while  on  active  service, 
are  Fellows  of  the  American  Uedlcai 
Association. 


Al,3,  B6,  C4  Membership  In  special  socie- 
ties.    (See  Key  Table,  page  ~i.) 

O.SJl     United  SUtea  Army. 

U.S.N.     United- SUtea  NaTy. 

U.S.P.H.S.  United  SUtes  Public  Health  ^r- 
Tlce. 

College  positions  held  are  Indicated  by 
abbreviated  title  of  position  followed  by 
key  number  of  college. 

0  Information  received  do«8  not  ihow 
graduation  from  a  medical  college. 

^  Graduates  of  iiutltutions  not  listed  u 
medical  colleges  by  the  Council  on 
Medical  Education  and  Hospitals  of  the 
American  Medical  Association. 


It  Licensed  In  state  where  locatt>d  but 
year  not  known. 

it)  Informatloo  received  does  not  show 
license  In  state  where  located. 

(S)  In  practice  In  state  where  located  be- 
fore passage  of  present  law  and  licenced 
by  niing  diploma  or  by  .years  of  prac- 
tice, in  Texas,  Indicates  reregistered 
under  "Act  of  1907";  in  (Ikiaboma,  r«- 
regUtered  under  "Act  of  1908." 

It)  Id  Tcxaa,  Indicates  Id  practice  and 
licensed  under  the  old  law.  but  not  reg- 
istered under  the  present  law,  "Act  of 
1907."  In  Oklahoma,  not  regi.ttered  un- 
der "Act  of  1903."  In  ludiana,  as 
licensed  In  the  state,  but  not  reglstwed 
Id  tbe  county  where  practicing. 


Part  I — National  and  Interstate  Information 

American  Medical  Association  and  Its  Offlcers,  Constitution, 
By-Laws,  Principles  of  Medical  Ethics,  Seaslons  and  Presi- 
dents   9 

National  and  Interstate  Societies 17 

Medical  Colleges  20 

Classified  Hospitals  and  Sanatoriums 3;) 

Hospital  Furnishing  Acceptable  Internships 51 

Medical  Libraries  gO 

Medical  Journals  {5 

Medical  Offlcers  of  the  Army,  Navy  and  Public  Health  Service 71 

Physicians  in  the  Indian  Field  Service 84 

Members  of  Special  Medical  Societies gt 

Part  II — Information  Under  Each  State 

PopulaUon  1920. 

Number  of  Counties  In  State. 

Number  of  Physicians, 

Number  of  Members  Constituent  State  Society, 

Medical  Practice  Law. 

Members,  State  Board  of  Health,  Examining  Boards. 

Offlcers  of  Constituent  Slate  Society  and  Editor  State  loumsl. 

Officers  of  Component  County  or  District  Medical  Societies. 

City,  County  and  District  Health  Offlcers. 

State  Institutions. 

Hospitals,  Sanatoriums  and  Charitable  Institutions. 

List  of  Physicians. 


Part  III— Index  of  Physicians 

Names  of  physicians  are  arranged  alphabetically  by  surnames.  Full 
names  are  given  tn  place  of  initials  whenever  possible.  The 
address  which  follows  each  name  indicates  the  portion  of  the 
classified  directory  where  complete  Information  regarding  the 
physician  is  given.     Key  to  symbols  used  in  the  Index: 

t  Refers  to  addenda, 

t  Indicates  deatli.    Date  of  death  noted  in  addenda. 

8  Address  unknown. 


SPECIAL     EXPLANATORY  NOTES 
Addenda  (Page  1871) 

The  sddends  Include  the  names  of  physicians  received  too  late  to 
classify  :  also  corrections  and  deaths  recorded  during  the  print- 
ing of  the  directory.  These  names  appear  in  tlie  hidex,  fol- 
lowed by  the  symbols  t  for  addenda  and  t  for  death. 

Addresses  Unknown   (Page  1841) 
It  has  been  deemed  advisable  to  include  In  this  edition  an  alpha- 
betical   list   of  physicians,   wltii   data,    whose   present   locations 
are  unknown.     These  names  appear  in  the  Index,  followed  bT 
tbe  irmbol   I, 

Local  Address  and  Of&ce  Hours 
Local   addresses  and  office  hours  are  given   in   ail   cities  of  tO.OOO 
population  and  over. 

Number  of  Physicians 
Tbe  number  Is  given  In  cities  that  have  one  hundred  (100)  ur  more 
physicians :  number  in  states,  see  page  8. 

Pathologists,  Bacteriologists,  Etc. 

I'athologists,  Bacteriologists,  etc.,  are  included  In  this  directory  whto 
they  are  medical  graduates.  If  not  hi  medical  practice,  B0 
license  Is  required. 

Physicians   Listed  Under  Two  Places 
When  a  physician  lives  In  one  town  and  has  an  offlce  In  another, 
all  data  are  given  In  one. place,  only  names  and  references  in 


tbe  other. 


Population 


Population  given  at  tbe  beginning  of  each  state  and  after  eacb  ellf 
in  the  United  States  is  obuined  from  the  Census  of  1920. 

R.  D.  and  Neighboring  P.  O. 

Names  of  cities  and  towns  are  printed  according  to  the  Official  Poetal 
Guides  of  the  Unlti'd  Slates  and  Canada.  The  prefix  Saint  is 
a<>breviated,  as  St.  Louis.  (II. D.)  Is  givcii  In  all  iilaces  receiving 
mall  by  rural  delivery;  (P.O.)  In  all  places  receiving  mull  at  a 
neighboring  postofflce.  These  post<>fflcos  must  alwaya  be  used  is 
addressing  physicians  In  such  placea. 


KEY    TO    SPECIALTIES    AND     SPECIAL     SOCIETIES 

A  SYMBOL  DESIGNATING  SPECIALTY  IS  ENTERED  ON  REQUEST  WHENEVER  THE  PHYSICIAN  IS  A  MEMBER  (I)  OF 
A  CONSTITUENT  STATE  ASSOCIATION.  (2)  OF  A  SPECIAL  SOCIETY  OF  WHICH  THE  MEMBERSHIP  IS  LISTED  IN  THE 
DIRECTORY.  OR  (3)  IS  A  TEACHER  IN  A  MEDICAL  SCHOOL  CLASSED  ."A"  OR  "B"  IN  THE  RATING  OF  THE  COUNCIL 
ON    MEDICAL    EDUCATION    AND    HOSPITALS.      SPECIALTIES   ARE    INDICATED   AS   FOLLOWS: 


S — Surgerj 

Ob — Obstclnts. 

G — Gynecology. 

ObG— Obstetrlea  and  Gynrcolocr. 

Or— Orthopedic  Surgery. 

Pr — Troctology. 

Oph — Ophthalmology. 

LR— Laryngology,  Bhlnolocy. 


ALR  -Otology,  Laryngology,  Rhlnology. 
OALR—OpblhalmoIoRy.  Otology, 
Laryngology.  Bhlnology. 
U — t'rology. 
D — Dermatology. 
Pd— PedUtrlcs. 
N — Neurology. 
P— Paychlatry. 


NP— Neurology  and  Paycblatry. 

I* — Internal  Medicine. 

T— Tuberculosis. 

Anei — Anesthesia. 

OP— Clinical  rathology. 

R — Roentgenology. 

Path— Pathology. 

Bact — Bacteriology. 

PH*— Public  Health. 


WHEN  THE  ABBREVIATION  DESIGNATING  A  SPECIALTY  IS  FOLLOWED  BY  AN  ASTERISK  (*)  IT  INDICATES  THAT 
THE  PHYSICIAN  CLAIMS  HIS  PRACTICE  IS  LIMITED  TO  THAT  PARTICULAR  BRANCH  OF  MEDICINE:  WITHOUT  THE 
ASTERISK,  THAT  HE  IS  ESPECIALLY  INTERESTED  IN  BUT  DOES  NOT  LIMIT  HIS  PRACTICE  TO.  THAT  BRANCH.  THIS 
INFORMATION  CONCERNING  SPECIALTY  IS  BASED  ON  PERSONAL  DATA  FURNISHED  BY  THE  PHYSICIAN  AND  IS  NOT 
VERIFIABLE. 


SPECIAL     SOCIETIES 


The  special  societlea  are  grouped  under  headings  A,  B.  C,  D.  K.  F  and  (•  (sec  page  8S). 
societies  Is  Indicated  as  follows:  Doe,  John;  IU.1,'97  ;  1'98 ;  A5,  r4— 43  N.  SUte  SI.  The  AS, 
American   Surgical  Association  and  the  Chicago  Pathological  Society. 


A — Surgery,   Gynecolo|y,    Obstetrics 
and  Anesthesia — Page  86 

1.  American  Association  of  Obstetricians 

and  Cyncculoglsts. 

2.  American  Cyncculogtcal  Society. 
S.  Amerii-an  Orthopedic  AssoclaUoo. 

4.  American  Proctologic  Society. 

5.  Americnn  Surgical  Aasociatlon. 

6.  Southern  Surgical  AssociatlOD. 

7.  Western  Surgical  Association. 

8.  Boston — Obstetrical  Society  of  Boston. 

9.  Boston  Orthopedic  Club. 

10.  Brooklyn  Gynecological  Society. 

11.  Chicago  Gynecological  Society. 

12.  Chicago  Orthopedic  Society. 
IS.  Chicago  SurBical  Society. 

14.  Cincinnati  Obslerical  Society. 

15.  New  York  Obstcrical  Society. 

16.  New  Yiirk  Surgical  Society. 

IT.  rhllndciphia  Academy  of  Surgery. 
18.  rhil.ideiphia— Obsterlcal      Society      of 
Philadelphia. 

21.  American  Association  of  Anesthetists. 

22.  Association  of  Surgeons  of  SL  Lools. 

23.  St.  Louis  Surgical  Society. 

25.  Washington   (DC.)  Surgical  Society. 

26.  Interurban  Orthopedic  Club. 

27.  Milwaukee  Surgical  Society. 

28.  American  College  of  Surgeons. 

29.  Detroit  Surgical  Society.      • 

SO.  American  Society  of  Clinical  Surgeons. 
31.  Society  of  Neurological  Surgeons. 

52.  New  Eniiland  Surgical  Society. 

53.  rhlcak'o  Society  of  Anaesthetists. 

54.  New  York  Society  of  AncslhetisU. 

B — Optithalmology,    Otology,    Laryn- 
gology and  Rhinology— ^Page  107 

1    American    Academy     of     Ophthalmology 
.ind  Oto-l.aryngoiogy. 

2.  American     Laryngoiogical     Association. 

3.  American     Laryngoiogical,     Rhlnologleal 

and  Otologlcal  Society. 

4.  American  Ophthalraological  Society. 

5.  American  Otologlcal  Society. 

6.  BufTalo  Ophthalmologlcal  Club. 

7.  Chicago    Laryngoiogical    and    Otologlcal 

Society. 

8.  Chicago   Ophthalmologlcal   Society. 

9.  Colorado  Ophthalmologlcal  Society, 

10.  Detroit   Opbthalmological  and  Otologlcal 

Club. 

11.  Detroit  Oto-Laryngologlcal  Society. 

12.  Los  Angeles   Co.   Med,   Assn..    Eye,   Ear, 

Nose  and  Throat  Section. 

13.  Milwaukee  Oto-Ophthalmic  Club. 

14.  New  England  Ophthaimological  Society. 

15.  New  England  Otologlcal  and  Laryngoiog- 

ical Society. 

16.  New  Y'ork  Ophthaimological   Society 

17.  New  York  Otologlcal  Society. 

18.  Nebraska     Academy     of     Ophthalmology 

and  Oto-Laryngology. 


19.  Paciflc   Coast    Oto-Opbthalmologlcal   So- 

ciety. 

20.  Philadelphia   Laryngoiogical    Society. 

22.  Pbiladeiphia — Section  on  Ophthalmology 

of  the  College  of  Physicians. 

23.  Philadelphia — Section    on    Otology    and 

Laryngology  of  the  College  of  Pbysl- 

eUna. 
25.  Puget  Sound  Academy  of  Ophthalmology 

and  Olo  Laryngology. 
U.  Khode     Island     Ophlbalmologieal     and 

Otologlcal   Society. 
2*.  St.  Louis— Ophthalmic  Section  St.  Louis 

Medical  Society. 
29.  The  Minnesota  Academy  of  Ophthalmol- 
ogy and  Oto-Laryngology. 
SO.  Washington  (D.C.) — Society  of  Ophtbal- 

mologlata  and  Otologists. 

31.  Slouz  Valley  Eye  and  Ear  Academy. 

32.  SouthwesMm    Michigan    Trlologlcal    So- 

ciety. 

33.  St.    Louis  —  Oto-Laryngologlcal    Section 

St.   Louis  Medical   Society. 

34.  Pittsburgh   Ophthalmologlcal   Society. 

35.  American  College  of  Surgeons. 

36.  Memphis  Society  of   Ophthalmology   and 

Oto-Laryngology. 

37.  Indiana  Academy  of  Ophthalmology  and 

Oto-Laryngology. 

38.  Pittsburgh  Ophthalmologics!   Society. 

39.  American  Bronchoscopic  Society. 

C— Dermatology  and  Urology— 120 

1.  American  Association  of  Genito-Urlnary 

Surgeons. 

2.  American  Dermatological  Association. 

3.  American  Urologlcal  Association. 

5.  Boston — New     England    Branch    of    the 

American   Drological  Association. 

6.  Chicago  Dermatological  Society. 

7.  Chicago  I'rological  Society. 

9.  New  York  —  Dermatological  Society 

10.  New  York  —  Manhattan  Dermatological 
Society. 

12.  New   York  Society,  American  Urologlcal 

Association. 

13.  Philadelphia  Dermatological  Society. 

14.  Philadelphia  Irologicai  Society. 

15.  American  College  of  Surgeons. 

16.  Minnesota  Dermatological  Society. 

17.  New  England  Dermatnlnglcal  Society 

18.  Pituburgh  Dermatological  Society. 

19.  SL  Louis  Dermatological  Society. 

D— Pediatrics  and  Internal  Medicine 
124 


-Page 


1.  American  Pediatric  Society. 

2.  Chicago  Pediatric  Society. 

3.  New  England  Pediatric  Society. 

4.  Philadelphia  Pediatric  Society. 

5.  St.  Louis  Pediatric  Society. 

6.  Association  of  American  Physicians. 

7.  Central  States  Pediatric   Society. 

8.  American    Gastro-Enterologlcal    Aasocla- 

Uon. 


The  membership  a  physician  holds  In  thiM 
rt  algnlfy  that  Or.  Doe  la  a  member  of  ttM 


9.  American  College  of  Physicians. 

10.  North  Pacific  Pediatric  Society. 

11.  American  Society  for  Clinical  Inreatlga- 

tion. 

12.  Southwestern  Pediatric  Society. 
IS.  Memphis  Pediatric  Society. 

14.  Chicago  Society  of  Internal  Medicine. 

15.  American     CUmotologlcal     and     CUnleal 

Assoclatinn, 

E— Neurology  and  Psychiatry— 
131 


Page 


1.  American  Neurological  Aasociatlon. 

2.  Boston   Society  of  Psychiatry  and  Neu- 

rology. 
S.  Brooklyn  ■'" '    ••'•al  Society. 

4.  Chlcag"  'I  Society. 

5.  Detroit  ;~  .eurology  and  Psychi- 

atry. 
(.  Maryland  Psychiatric  Society. 
T.  New  York  Neurological  Society. 

8.  New  York  Psychiatrical  Society. 

9,  New  York  —  Ward's    Island    Psychiatric 

Society. 

10.  Philadelphia  Neurological  Society. 

11.  Philadelphia  Psychiatric  Society. 

12.  Washington    (DC.)    Society    of    Nerroos 

and  Mental  Diseases. 
IS.  American  Psychiatric  Asoclatlon. 

14.  New  England  Society  of  Psychiatry, 

15.  Associstlon  for  Research  In  Nerroua  and 

Mental  Diseases. 

16.  American  Psychopatbnloglcal  Association. 

17.  Central  Neuropsychlatric  Association. 

F — Pathology,   Bacteriology  and 
Anatomy— Page  138 

1.  American  Association  of  Anatomists, 

2.  American  Association  of  Pathologists  and 

Bacteriologists. 

3.  Los   Angeles — Clinical    and   Pathological 

Society. 

4.  Chicago  Pathological  Society. 

6.  Minnesota  Pathological  Society. 

7.  New    York  —  Academy    of    Pathological 

Science. 

8.  New  Y'ork  Pathological   Society 

10.  Philadelphia  —  Pathological    Society   of 

Philadelphia. 

11.  American  Society  for  Experimental  Path- 

ology. 

12.  Society  of  American  Bacteriologists. 

13.  American    Society    of    Clinical    Patholo- 

gists. 

G — Roentgenology — Page  146 

1.  American  Roentgen  Bay  Society. 

2.  New  York  Roentgen  Ray  Society. 

3.  Philadelphia  Roentgen  Ray  Society. 

4.  Chicago  Roentgen  Bay  Society. 

5.  Radiological  Society  of  North  America. 

6.  Pacific  Coast  Roentgen  Society. 


NUMBER    OF    PHYSICIANS    AND    HOSPITALS    IN    THE    UNITED 
STATES,    DEPENDENCIES   AND    CANADA 


United  States 


Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District  ol  Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa.. 


Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts ,....,.  ^ 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Misslssliipi 

Missouri 

Montana ,.... 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New  Hampshire 

New  Jersey 

New  Mexico 

New  York 

North  Carolina... .  

North  Dakota ^ . 

Ohio. 


Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode  Island 

South  Carolina.. 
South  Dakota... 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West  Virginia... 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 


Total. 


Dependencies  of  the  United  States 

Alaska 

Canal  Zone 

Hawaii !'.!'.!!!'. 

Pfalllpplne  Islands ""' 

Porto  Rico 

Guam.  Samoa.  Virgin  Islands 


Total 

Total  In  U.  8. 


'J'otal  In  U.  8.  and  dependencle*. 


Canada  and  Newfoimdiand 

Albert  a 

British  Columbia .'. 

Manitoba 

New  Brunswick 

Nova  Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince  Edward  Island 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 

Newtoimdiand 


Total. 


Aildress  unknown  

Total  in  this  Dlreetorr. 


3,175 
157,1«7 


♦  The  plus  and  minus  signs  Indicate,  respectively,  an  Increase  or  derrense  In  the  number  of  phyiiclant  In  the  state. 


8 


AMERICAN  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL  OFFICERS,  CONSTITUTION  AND  BY-LAWS,  PRINCIPLES 
OF  MEDICAL  ETHICS,  SESSIONS  AND  PRESIDENTS 


OFFICERS,     1922-23 

Central  Ofneert 

President— Ceorge    Edmund    de    Schwelnltz, 

Plilladelphl.1. 
President-Klect — Ray   Lyman  Wilbur,  Stan- 
ford   University,    Calif. 
Vice  President— Wlllard  Bartlett.  St.  Louli. 
Secretary — OMii  West,  Chicago. 
Treasurer — Austin    A.    Hayden.    Chicago. 
Speaker,    House  of   Delegates— F.   C.   Wsrn- 

shuls,  Crand  Uaplds,  .Mich. 
Vice-Speaker.     House     of     Delejatea— Hock 

Sleystcr.    Wauwatosa,    Wl«. 
Editor     and     General     Manager — George     H. 

Slniiiums,    Chicago. 

BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES — Charlea  W. 
Rli-hardson,  Washington,  D.  C.  1913;  W.  T. 
Sarles,  Sparta,  Wis.,  1923;  Walter  T.  Wil- 
liamson. Portland,  Ore.,  1923  ;  Fr.ink  Bil- 
lings. Secretary,  Chicago,  1924  :  Wendell  C. 
Phillips.  .New  York.  1924  :  Thomas  McDavltt, 
St.  Paul,  1924;  A.  R.  Mitchell.  Lincoln.  Neb.. 
1925 :  D  Chester  Brown,  Danbury.  Conn  . 
192.5  ;  Oscar  Dowllng,  Chairman,  Shreveport, 
I  a       19^5  1 

'  JUDICIAL  COUNCIL— W.  S    Thayer,  Hal-   i 
timore,   1923;  M.  L.  Harris.  Chairman,  Chi-   j 
cago,    1924;   I.    C.   Chase,   Fort  Worth,   Tei.. 
192.S;    J.    N.    Hall,    Denver,    1926;    J.    H.    J. 
Upham,    Columbus,    0.,     1927 ;    Oltn    West, 
Secretary,  Chicago.  i 

COUNCIL  ON  HEALTH  AND  PUBLIC 
INSTRUCTION— W.  S.  Baukln.  Raleigh, 
N.  C,  192.1;  Haven  Emerson,  .New  York. 
1924;  Milton  Board,  Louisville,  Ky.,  1925; 
Victor  C.  Vaughan,  Chairman,  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich..  1926 :  W.  B.  Cjinnon.  Boston,  1927 : 
John  D.   Dodson.  Acting  Secretary,  Chicago. 

COUNCIL  ON  .MEDICAL  EDUCATION 
AND  HOSPITALS— Arthur  D.  Bevan.  Chair- 
man. Chicago,  1923;  M.  W.  Ireland.  U.  S. 
Army,  1924 :  Ray  L.  Wilbur.  Stanford  Uni- 
versity, Calif.,  1925;  S.  W.  Welch,  Mont- 
gomery, Ala.,  1926;  William  Pepper.  Phil- 
adelphia, 1927 ;  N.  P.  Colwell,  Secretary, 
Chicago. 

COUNCIL  ON  SCIENTIFIC  ASSEMBLY— 
Roger  S.  MorrU,  Cincinnati,  1923 ;  F.  P. 
Gengenbach.  Denver,  1924;  J.  Shelton  Hors- 
ley,  Chairnuui,  Richmond,  Va.,  1925 ;  John 
E.  Lane,  New  Haven,  Conn.,  1926 ;  E.  S. 
Judd,  Rochester,  Minn.,  1927  ;  and  ex  offlclo, 
the  Presldent-Elect,  the  Editor  and  General 
Manager,  and  the  Secretary  of  the  Asso- 
ciation. 

COUNCIL  ON  PHARMACY  AND  CHEM- 
ISTRY (.'Standing  Committee  of  the  Board  of 
Trustees)— R.  A.  Hatcher.  New  York,  1923; 
A.  W.  Hewlett,  San  Francisco.  1923:  W.  T. 
Longcope.  New  York.  1923 ;  John  Rowland. 
Baltimore.  1924 :  C.  W.  Edmunds.  Ann 
Arbor,  Mich.,  1924 ;  F.  W.  Peabody.  Boston, 
1924;  G.  W.  McCoy.  Washington.  D.  C, 
1925;  F.  G.  Novy.  Ann  Arbor.  Mich.,  1925; 
George  H.  Simmons,  Chairman.  Chicago, 
1925 ;    L.    G.     Rnwntree.    Rochester.    Minn., 

1926  ;  Torald  SoUraann,  Cleveland.  1926  :  La- 
favette  B.  Mendel,  New  Haven,  Conn.,  1926  ; 
Reid  Hunt,  Boston.  1927 ;  W.  W.  Palmer, 
New   York.    1927  ;   Julius    StiegUtz..   Chicago, 

1927  ;  W.  A.  Puckner,  Secretarv.  Chicago. 
BUREAU     OF    LEGAL    MEDICINE    AND 

LEGISLATION— W.  C.  Woodward,  Executive 
Secretary,   Chicago. 


OFFICERS     OF     SECTIONS,      1922-23 


PRACTICE  OF  MEDICINE— Chairman. 
Nellis  B.  Foster,  New  York  :  Vice  Chairman, 
Alfred  Friedlander.  Cincinnati ;  Secretary, 
Eugene  S.  Kilgore,  391  Sutter  St.,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 


SURGERY,  GENERAL  AND  ABDOMINAL 
— ^'halrman,  Eugene  H.  Pool,  New  York; 
Vice  Chairman,  Harry  P.  Ritchie,  St.  Paul ; 
Secretary,  Urban  Maes,  1671  Oictavla  St, 
-New  Orleans. 

OBSTETRIC  '"•^  "'OLOGY  AND  AB- 
DO.MINAL  SI  ii.ilrman,   Harry  8. 

Crosaen,  St.  I.  ;ary,  Carl  H.  Darla, 

518  Goldsmith  nuvi.,  .Milwaukee,  Wis. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY— Chairman,  John  O. 
McReynolds,  Dallas,  Tex. :  Vice  Chairman, 
John  Green,  Jr.,  St.  Louis ;  Secretary, 
George  S.  Derby,  23  Bay  Sute  Rd.,  Boston. 

LARYNGOLOGY,  OTOLOGY  AND  RHIN- 
OLOGY — Chairman,  William  B.  Chamberlln, 
Cleveland;  Vice  Chairman,  J.  Wilkinson 
Jerrey,  Greenville,  S.  C. :  Secretary,  Samuel 
Iglauer,  Pearl-Market  Bank  Bldg.,  7th  and 
Race  Sts.,  Cincinnati. 

DISEASES  OF  CHILDREN- Chairman, 
Borden  S.  Veeder,  St.  Louis ;  Vic*  Cbalman, 
John  A.  Foote.  Washington,  D.  C. ;  Secre- 
tary, Edgar  J.  Huenekens,  538  L«  Salle 
KIdg.,  Minneapolis. 

PHARMACOLOGY  AND  THERAPEITTICS 
■ — Chairman.  Cary  Eggleston,  New  York ; 
Vice  Chairman,  Paul  J.  Hanzllk,  ."^an  Fran- 
cisco ;  Secretary.  Paul  D.  White,  Massachu- 
setts   General    Hoxpltal,    Boston. 

PATHOLOGY  AND  PHYSIOLOGY— Chair 
man,    Arno    Benedict     Luckhardt,     Chicago : 
Vice     Chairman.     Kenneth     Lynch.     Dallas,   I 
Tex. ;  Secretary,  Joslah  J.  Moore,  5  S.  Wa- 
bash  Ave.,    Chicago. 

STOMATOLOGY— Chairman.  Robert  H.  I 
Ivy,  Philadelphia ;  Vice  Chairman.  Stewart  \ 
II.  Ruggles,  Portsmouth.  O. :  Secretarv.  G.  • 
V  I.  Brown,  445  Milwaukee  St.,  Milwaukee,  I 
Wis.  I 

NERVOUS    AND    MENTAL    DISEASES   -   1 
Chairman,   Walter  Timmc,    New    York ;    Vice   '. 
Chairman,  Malcolm  A.  Bliss.  St.  Louis :  Sec-   j 
retary,    James    B.    Ayer,    518    Beacon    St., 
Boston.  I 

DERMATOLOGY     AND     SYPHILOLOGY—  I 

Chairman,   Marcus  Baa.se.   Memphis,   Tenn. ;  | 

Vice  Chairman,  Franklin  W.  Cregor.  Indian-  i 

apolls,  Ind. ;  Secretary,  Harold  N.  Cole,  2073  j 
E.    Ninth    St.,    Cleveland. 

PREVENTIVE  AND  INDUSTRIAL  MEDI- 
CINE AND  PUBLIC  HEALTH— Chairman. 
John  A.  Ferrell,  New  York ;  Vice  Chairman, 
.lolin  Sundwall.  Ann  Arbor.  Mich. :  Secre- 
tary,  W.    S.   Leathers,   University,    Miss. 

UROLOGY— Chairman,  Henry  G.  Bugbee, 
New  York ;  Vice  Chairman,  Cyrus  E.  Bur- 
ford,  St.  Louis :  Secretary,  Herman  L. 
Kretschmer,   122  S.  Michigan  Ave..  Chicago. 

ORTHOPEDIC  SURGERY  —  Chairman. 
Willis  C.  Campbell.  .Memphis,  Tenn.  :  Vice 
Chairman,  Henry  B.  Thomas.  Chicago ;  Sec- 
retary, J.  Archer  O'Reilly,  3334  Washington 
.\ve.,    St.    Louis. 

GASTROENTEROLOGY  AND  PROCTOL- 
OGY— Chairman.  J.  Rawson  Pennington, 
Chicago ;  Vice  Chairman,  Franklin  W.  White, 
Boston:  Secretary.  Sidney  K.  Simon,  1320 
Aline  St..  New  Orleans. 


CONSTITUTION    AND    BY-LAWS 


CONSTITUTION 


Article    I. — Title   and    Definition 

The  name  of  this  corporation  is  the 
American  Medical  Association ;  it  is  a 
federacy  of  its  constituent  associations. 


Artlele    2.— Objects 

The  objects  of  the  Association  are  to 
promote  the  science  and  art  of  medicine 
and  the  betterment  of  public  health. 

Artlele  3. — Conitltuent  Associations 
Constituent  asaoclatloiu  are  those  state 
and  territorial  medical  associations  which 
are,  or  which  may  hereafter  be,  federated 
to  form  the  American  Medical  Association, 
in  accordance  with  this  Constitution  and 
By-Laws. 

Article  4. — Component  Societies 
Component   societies   are   those  county   or 
district    medical    societies    contained    within 
the   territory    of   and   chartered   by    the    re- 
spective  constituent  associations. 

Artiel*  S. — Hovs*  of  Deletates 

Section  1.  The  legislative  powers  of  the 
aaaociatlon  reside  In  the  Rouse  of  Dele- 
gates. The  House  of  Delegates  shall  trans- 
act all  business  of  the  Association  not  other- 
wise speclflcaily  provided  for  in  this  Con- 
stitution snd  By-Laws,  and  shall  elect  the 
general    officers. 

Bee.  2.  COMPOSITION:  The  House  of 
Delegates  Is  composed  of  delegates  elected 
by  the  constituent  associations  snd  by  the 
Sections  of  the  Scientific  Assembly,  snd  of 
delegates  from  the  Medical  Departments  of 
the  Army  and  the  Navy  and  the  Public 
Health  Service,  appointed  by  the  Surgeon- 
General  of  the  respective  departmenta.  The 
trustees,  the  ei-Presldents  of  the  Associa- 
tion and  the  members  of  the  several  Councils 
shall  be  ex-ofllolo  members  of  the  House  of 
Delegates  without  the  right  to  vote,  provided 
that  members  of  the  Councils  who  are  also 
elected  delegates  may  exercise  all  of  the 
rights   of  elected  delegates. 

Sec.  3.  The  total  voting  membership  of 
the  House  of  Delegates  shall  not  exceed 
150.  The  medical  departments  of  the  Army 
and  of  the  Navy,  and  the  United  States  Pub- 
lic Health  Service  and  the  scientific  sec- 
tions shall  each  be  entitled  to  one  dele- 
gate, and  the  remainder  shall  be  appor- 
tioned among  the  Constituent  Associations 
in  proportion  to  their  actual  active  mem- 
bership as  hereinafter  provided  In  the  By- 
Laws.  _ 

Article  6. — General  Oflleers 

Section  1.  The  general  officers  of  the 
Association  shall  be  a  President,  a  Vice 
President,  a  Secretary,  a  Treasurer,  a 
Speaker  and  a  Vice  Speaker  of  the  House 
of  Delegates,  and  nine  Trustees. 

Sec.  2.  These  officers  shall  be  elected  , 
annually  and  shall  serve  for  one  year,  ex- 
cept the  Trustees,  three  of  whom  shall  be 
elected  annually,  each  to  serve  three  years, 
or  until  their  successors  are  elected  snd 
installed. 

Article    7.— Trustees 

The  Board  of  Trustees  shaU  have  charge 
of  the  property  and  financial  affairs  of  the 
Association  and  shall  perform  such  duties 
as  are  prescribed  by  law  governing  direc- 
tors of  corporations. 

Article  8. — Members  and  Fellows 
Section  1.  MEMBERS  OF  THE  AMERI- 
CAN MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION:  Members 
in  good  standing  of  the  constituent  asso- 
ciations sre  the  members  of  the  American 
Medical  Association,  subject,  however,  to 
the  provisions  of  these  By-Laws  regarding 
members. 

Sec.  2.— FELLOWS  OF  THE  SCIEN- 
TIFIC ASSEMBLY:  Members  In  good  stand- 
ing of  the   Association   who  have  compiled 


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with  the  provisions  of  the  By-Laws  regard- 
ing Fellows,  are  Fellows  of  the  Scientific 
Assembly  of  the  American  Medical  Asso- 
ciation. 

Article    9.— Scientific    Assembly 

Section  1.  The  Scientific  Assembly  of  the 
American  Medical  Association  is  the  convo- 
cation of  its  Fellows  for  the  presentation 
and  discussion  of  subjects  pertaining  to 
the   science  and   art  of  medicine. 

Sec.  2.  The  Scientific  Assembly  is  divided 
into  sections,  each  section  representing  that 
branch  of  medicine  described  in  its  title. 

Sec.  3.  New  sections  may  be  created  or 
existing  sections  discontinued  by  the  House 
of  Delegates.  The  Scientific  Assembly  and 
Its  sections  shall  be  conducted  in  accord- 
ance with  the  rules  and  regulations  set 
forth  In  this  Constitution  and  By-Laws. 

Article  10. — Annual  Sessions 
The  House  of  Delegates  and  the  Scientific 
Assembly  shall  meet  annually  at  times  and 
places  to  be  fixed  by  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates. The  time  and  place  of  any  of  these 
sessions  may,  however,  be  changed  by  the 
unanimous  action  of  the  Board  of  Trustees 
at  any  time  prior  to  two  months  of  the 
time  selected  for  that  session.  A  session 
may  be  held  at  any  place  in  the  United 
States. 

Article  II.— Funds 
Funds  may  be  raised  by  an  equal  assess- 
ment of  not  more  than  ten  dollars  anually 
on  each  of  the  members ;  from  the  Asso- 
ciation's publications,  and  In  any  other 
manner  approved  by  the  Board  of  Trustees. 
Funds  may  be  appropriated  by  the  Board 
of  Trustees  to  defray  the  expenses  of  the 
Association:  to  carry  on  its  publications;  to 
encourage  scientific  investigations  and  for 
any  other  purpose  approved  by  the  Board 
of  Trustees. 

Article  12. — Amendments 
The  House  of  Delegates  may  amend  this 
Constitution  at  any  annual  session,  pro- 
vided the  proposed  amendment  shall  have 
been  Introduced  at  the  preceding  annual 
session,  and  provided  three  fourths  of  the 
Toting  members  of  the  House  of  Delegates 
registered  at  the  session  at  which  action  Is 
taken  vote  in  favor  of  such  change  or 
amendment. 


BY-LAWS 


BUSINESS   AND    LEGISLATION 


Chapter     I. — Qualifications,     Term,     Appor- 
tionment and    Registration   of   Delegate* 

Section  1.  DELEGATES  MUST  HAVE 
BEEN  FELLOWS  OK  THE  AMERICAN 
MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION  TWO  YEARS  : 
A  member  of  the  House  of  Delegates  must 
have  been  a  member  of  the  American 
Medical  Association  and  a  Fellow  of  the 
Bcientlflc  Assembly  for  at  least  two  years 
next  preceding  the  session  of  the  House 
of  Delegates  at  which  he  Is  to  serve. 

Sec.  2.  TERM :  Delegates  and  alter- 
nates from  constituent  associations  shall  be 
elected  for  two  years.  Constituent  associa- 
tions entitled  to  more  than  one  representa- 
tive shall  elect  them  so  that  one-half,  as 
near  as  may  be.  shall  be  elected  each  year. 
Delegates  and  alternates  elected  by  the  sec- 
tions, or  delegates  appointed  from  the 
United  States  Army,  United  Statet  Navy 
and  United  States  Public  Health  Service 
■hall  hold  ofllce  for  one  year. 

Sec.  ».  APPORTIONMENT  OF  DELE- 
GATES :  At  the  annual  session  of  1903,  and 
every  third  year  thereafter,  the  House  of 
Delegates  shall  appoint  a  committee  of  Ave 
on  reapportionment,  of  which  the  Speaker 
and  the  Secretary  shall  be  members.  The 
committee  shall  apportion  the  delegates 
among  the  constituent  associations  In  ac- 
cordance with  Article  5.  Section  3,  of  the 
Constitution,  and  In  proprirtlon  to  the  mem- 
bership of  each  constituent  association  as 
recorded  in  the  office  of  the  Secretary  of  the 
American  Medical  Association  on  April  1 
of  the  year  In  which  the  apportionment  Is 
made.      This    apportionment    shall    take    tt- 


fect  at  the  next  succeeding  annual  session, 
and  shall  prevail  until  the  next  triennial  ap- 
portionment, whether  the  membership  of  the 
constituent  association  shall  Increase  or  de- 
crease. 

Sec.  4.  REGISTRATION  OF  DELE- 
GATES :  Each  delegate  representing  a  con- 
stituent association,  before  being  seated, 
shall  deposit  with  the  committee  on  cre- 
dentials a  certificate  signed  by  the  Secre- 
tary and  under  the  seal  of  the  constituent 
association  stating  that  he  has  been  regu- 
larly elected  a  delegate  by  that  constituent 
association.  Each  delegate  from  a  section 
shill  present  similar  credentials  signed  by 
the  chairman  and  the  secretary  of  the  sec- 
tion which  he  represents.  Each  delegate 
from  a  government  service  shall  present 
credentials  stating  he  has  been  duly  ap- 
pointed by  the  Surgeon-General  of  the  de- 
partment which  he  represents. 

Sec.  5.  A  DELEGATE,  ONCE  SEATED, 
TO  RETAIN  HIS  SEAT  FOR  THE  ENTIRE 
SESSION :  A  delegate  whose  credentials 
have  been  accepted  by  the  committee  on 
credentials  and  whose  name  has  been  placed 
on  the  roll  of  the  House,  shall  remain  a 
delegate  of  the  body  which  he  represents  un- 
til final  adjournment  of  the  session,  and  his 
place  shall  not  be  taken  by  any  other  dole- 
gate  or  alternate. 

Chapter   II. — Procedure  of  House  of 
Delegates 
Section  1.     ORDER  OF  BUSINESS:     The 
following   shall    be    the    order    of    business. 
unleu  otherwise  ordered : 

1.  Call  to  order  by  the  Speaker. 

2.  Roll  call. 

3.  Reading  and   adopting  the  minutes. 

4.  Reports   of  officers. 

5.  Reports  of  committees. 

6.  Unfinished  business. 

7.  New  business. 

Sec.  2.  LI.\UT  OP  TIME  FOR  INTRO- 
DUCTION OF  NEW  BUSINESS:  Unani- 
mous consent  shall  be  required  for  the  In- 
troduction of  new  buslnas*  at  the  last  meet- 
ing of  the  annual  session  of  the  House  of 
Delegates,  except  when  presented  by  the 
Board  of  Trustees,  the  officers  of  the  sec- 
tions, or  the  sections.  All  new  business 
so  presented  shall  require  three-fourths 
affirmative  vote  for   adoption. 

Sec.  3.  RULES  OF  ORDER:  The 
House  of  Delegates  shall  be  governed  by 
Roberts'  Rules  of  Order  when  not  In  con- 
flict with  these  By-Laws  or  with  the  rules 
of  the  House. 

Sec.  4.  QUORUM :  Twenty  TOtIng  mem- 
bers of  the  House  of  Delegates  shall  con- 
stitute a  quorum. 

Chapter  III. — Meetings  of  the   Houte  of 
Delegates 

Section  I.  REGULAR  SESSIONS:  The 
House  of  Delegates  shall  meet  annually  on 
the  Monday  preceding  the  opening  of,  and 
at  the  same  place  as,  the  Scientific  As- 
sembly   of    the    Association. 

Sec.  2.  SPECIAL  SBSSIONS :  Special 
sessions  of  the  House  of  Delegates  shall  be 
called  by  the  Speaker,  on  written  request 
of  twenty -five  or  more  delegates  representing 
one  third  or  more  of  the  constituent  asso- 
ciations ;  or  on  request  of  a  majority  of  the 
Board  of  Trustees.  When  ■  special  session 
Is  thus  called,  the  Secretary  shall  mall  a 
notice  to  ttie  last  known  address  of  each 
member  of  the  last  House  of  Delegates  at 
least  twenty  days  before  such  special  ses- 
sion Is  to  be  held.  In  which  notice  shall  be 
specified  thf-  time  and  place  of  meeting  and 
the  Items  of  business  to  be  considered.  No 
other  business  shall  be  transacted  at  the 
special  session  than  that  specified  In  the 
call. 

Chapter    IV. — Nomination    and    Election    of 
Onicen,  Associate  and  Honorary   Fel- 
lows, Initallatlon  of  Officers 

Section  1.  NOMINATIONS:  Nomina- 
tions for  office  shall  be  made  orally,  but 
a  nominating  speech  must  not  cicpod  two 
minutes.  The  Treasurer  shall  be  nominated 
by  the  Board  of  Trustees.     No  member  of 


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the  House  of  Delegates  nor  general  officer 
of  the  Association  shall  be  eligible  to  the 
office   of  President  or  Vice   President 

Sec.  2.  QUALIFICATIONS  OF  GEN- 
ERAL OFFICERS :  The  General  Officers 
must  hsve  been  members  of  the  Association 
and  Fellows  of  the  Scientific  Assembly  for 
at  least  two  years  next  preceding  their 
election.  The  Speaker  and  Vice  Speaker 
of  the  House  may  but  need  not  be  elected 
from  among  the  members  of  the  House. 

Sec.  3.  METHOD  OF  HOLDING  ELEC- 
TIONS :  All  elections  shall  be  by  ballot, 
and  a  majority  of  the  votes  cast  shall  be 
necessary  to  elect.  In  case  no  nominee 
receives  s  majority  of  the  votes  on  the  first 
ballot,  the  nominee  receiving  the  lowest 
number  of  votes  shall  be  dropped  and  a 
new  ballot  taken.  This  procedure  shall  be 
continued  until  one  of  the  nominees  re- 
ceives a  majority  of  all  the  votes  cast, 
when  he  shall  be  declared  elected.  How- 
ever, when  there  is  only  one  nominee  for 
an  office,  a  majority  vote  without  ballot 
shall  elect. 

Sec.  4.  TIME  OP  ELECTION :  The 
election  of  officers  shall  be  the  first  order 
of  business  of  the  House  of  Delegates  after 
the  reading  of  the  minutes  on  the  after- 
noon of  the  fourth  day  of  the  Annual  Ses- 
sion of  the  Bouse  of  Delegates  (Thursday), 
provided,  however,  that  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates may  change  the  time  of  election  by 
action  taken  at  least  one  day  In  advance 
of  that  to  which  the  election  Is  to  be 
changed,  and  provided  further  that  the  mo- 
tion to  change  the  time  of  election  shall 
be  supported  by  two-thirds  of  the  delegates 
registered. 

The  election  of  Affiliate,  Associate  and 
Honorary  Fellows  shall  Immediately  fol- 
low the  election  of  officers.  Not  more  than 
three  Honorary  Fellows  shall  be  elected  at 
any  annual  session  except  on  special  rec- 
ommendation of  the  Council  on  Scientific 
Assembly  and  the  unanimous  vote  of  the 
House. 

Sec.  6.  ASSOCIATE  FELLOWS:  Apll- 
catlons  for  Associate  Fellowship  from  for- 
eign physicians  and  from  American  physi- 
cians engaged  In  missionary  and  similar 
labors  In  foreign  countries  must  be  approved 
by  the  Judicial  Council  ;  applications  from 
dentists  must  be  approved  by  the  Section  on 
Stomatology,  from  pharmacists  by  the  Sec- 
tion on  Pharmacology  and  Therapeutics, 
and  from  representative  teachers  and  stu- 
dents of  science  allied  to  medicine  by  the 
officers   of   a   section. 

Sec.     6.     AFFILIATE    AND     P  r;    Tiy 

FELLOWS:     Nominations   for 
lowshlp   shall    be    made    by    tli'  it 

association  of  which  the  nominee  Is  a  niijn- 
ber,  and  nominations  for  Honorary  Fel- 
lowship shsll  be  made  by  the  sections,  and 
must  be  submitted  to  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates nut  later  than  the  second  day  of  the 
Scientific  Assembly.  These  nominations 
shall  he  referred  without  debate  to  the 
Council  on  Scientific  Assembly,  which  shall 
consider  the  scientific  attainments  and  pro- 
fessional character  of  the  applicants  and 
report   to   the  House  of   Delegates. 

Sec.  7.  INSTALLATION:  The  general 
officers  of  the  Association,  except  the  Presi- 
dent, .shall  assume  their  duties  at  (he  cloee 
of  the  last  meeting  of  the  annual  session 
at  which  they  are  elected. 

Sec.  8.  INSTALLATION  OF  THE  PRESI- 
DENT :  The  President  shall  be  Installed 
at  the  opening  general  meeting  of  the 
Scientific  Assembly  of  the  annual  se.sslon 
following  that  at  which   he  was  elected. 

Chapter  V. — Duties  of  Officers 
Section  1.  PRE.mDENT:  The  President 
shall  preside  at  the  general  meetings  of  the 
Scientific  Assembly.  At  (ho  opening  gen- 
eral meeting  of  the  Scientific  Assembly  next 
following  his  election  he  shall  deliver  an 
address  on  such  matters  as  he  may  deem 
of  Importance  to  the  public  and  to  the 
medical  profession.  He  may  attend  the 
meetings  of  and  make  sugKostlons  to  the 
House  of  Delegates  or  the  Board  of  Trustees 
With  the  approval  of  the  Board  of  Trustees 
he  Is  authorized  to  appoint  committees  for 
emergencies  not  otherwise  provided  for.    He 


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■hall  nominate  members  of  standing  com- 
mittees for  election  by  the  House  nf  Dele- 
gates. 

8eo.  2.  VICE  PRESIDENT:  The  Vice 
President  ahull  oRlclate  for  the  President 
during  the  latter's  absence,  or  at  his  re- 
quest. In  case  of  death,  resignation  or 
removal  of  the  President,  the  Vice  Presi- 
dent shall  offlclate  during  the  unexpired 
term. 

Sec.  3.  SPEAKER:  The  Speaker  shall 
preside  at  the  meetings  &f  the  House  of 
Delegates  and  shall  perform  such  duties  as 
custom  and  parliamentary  usage  require. 
He  shall  h.Tve  the  right  to  vote  only  when 
his   vote  shall   be   the   deciding  Tote. 

Sec.  4.  VICE  SPEAKER.  The  Vice 
Speaker  shall  offlclate  for  the  Speaker  In 
the  latter's  absence  or  at  hla  request.  In 
case  of  death,  resignation,  or  remoTol  of 
the  Speaker,  the  Vice  Speaker  shall  offlclate 
during  the  unexpired  term. 

Sec.  5.  SECRETARY:  The  Secretary,  In 
addition  to  the  duties  ordinarily  devolving 
on  the  secretary  of  a  corporation  and  those 
delegated  in  other  sections  of  these  By- 
Laws,  shall  give  due  notice  of  the  time  and 
place  of  annual  and  special  sessions  of  the 
Rouse  of  Delegates  and  of  the  Sclentinc 
As.sembly  In  The  Journal  of  the  American 
Medical  As.soclatlon.  He  shall  send  an 
offlclnl  notice  of  each  annual  or  special 
session  to  the  secretary  of  each  constituent 
association  and  to  the  secretary  of  each  sec- 
tion. He  shall  keep  the  minutes  of  the 
House  of  Delegates.  He  shall  notify  mem- 
bers of  committees  of  their  appointment 
and  of  the  duties  a.ulgned  them.  He  shall 
verify  the  credentials  of  the  members  of 
the  House  of  Delegates  and  shall  provide  a 
registration  book  In  which  shall  be  recorded 
the  name  of  each  delegate  In  attendnnce  at 
each  seiwlon,  together  with  that  of  the  con- 
stituent association,  government  service  or 
section  which  he  represents.  He  shall  pre- 
pare for  publication  the  offlcial  programs  for 
the  Sclentlflc  As.sembly.  and  shall  perform 
such  other  duties  as  may  be  directed  by  the 
House  of  Delegates,  or  the  Board  of  Trus- 
tees. 

Sec.  8.  TREASURER :  The  Treasurer 
shall  he  the  custodian  of  all  moneys, 
securities  and  deeds  belonging  to  the  Asso- 
ciation which  may  come  Into  his  posses- 
sion, and  shall  hold  the  same  subject  to 
the  direction  and  dlsjwsltlon  of  the  Board  of 
Trustees.  He  shall  give  to  the  Board  of 
Trustees  a  suitable  bond  for  the  faithful 
performance  of  his  trust,  and  shall  receive 
for  his  service  a  salary  to  be  fixed  by  the 
Board  of  Trustees. 

See.  T.  OFFICERS  TO  COMPLETE 
BUSINESS  OF  SESSION:  All  business  of 
each  annual  session  shall  be  completed  by 
the  officers  (including  section  officers)  who 
have  .served  during  the  session. 

Chapter  VI. — Board  of  Trustee* 
Section  1.  BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES  :  The 
Trustees  at  their  first  meeting  after  the 
annual  session  of  the  Hou.se  of  Delegates, 
shall  organize  by  electing  a  chairman  and 
a  secretary,  and  the  chairman  shall  appoint 
such  committees  as  may  be  created  by  the 
Board.  It  shall  be  the  duty  of  this  Board 
to  provide  for  and  to  superintend  the  pub- 
lication of  The  Journal  of  the  American 
Medical  Association,  and  of  all  proceedings, 
transactions  and  memoirs  of  the  Association. 
It  shall  have  full  discretionary  power  to 
omit  from  The  Journal  in  part  or  In  whole, 
any  paper  that  may  be  referred  to  It  by  any 
of  the  sections.  It  .shall  appoint  a  general 
man.nger  and  an  editor  of  The  Journal, 
which  two  positions  may  be  held  by  one 
person,  and  such  assistants  as  may  be 
necessary,  and  shall  determine  their  .salaries 
and  the  terms  and  conditions  of  their  em- 
ployment. All  resolutions  or  recommenda- 
tions of  the  House  of  Delegates  pertaining 
to  the  expenditure  of  money  must  be  ap- 
proved by  the  Board  of  Trustees  before 
the  same  shall  become  effective.  During 
the  annual  session  of  the  Association  the 
Board  shall  hold  meetings  as  often  as  may 
be  deemed  necessary  by  the  chairman,  and 
all  matters  referred  to  It  by  the  House  of 


Delegates  shall  be  reported  on  within  twenty- 
tour  hours,  If  so  requested  by  the  House 
The  Board  of  Trustees  shall  have  the  ac- 
counts of  the  Treasurer  and  of  The  Jour- 
nal office  audited  annually  or  oftener.  If 
deemed  necessary,  and  shall  make  an  an- 
nual report  to  the  House  of  Delegates, 
which  report  among  other  Items  shall  specify 
<he  character  and  cost  of  all  the  publica- 
tions of  the  Association  during  the  year  and 
the  amount  of  all  property  belonging  to 
the  Association.  Should  a  vacancy  occur, 
on  account  of  death  or  otherwise,  among 
the  general  officers  of  the  Association,  the 
Board  of  Trustees  may  fill  such  vacancy 
until  the  next  annual  session  of  the  House, 
unless  otherwise  provided  for  In  this  Con- 
stitution and  By-Laws.  The  Board  of 
Trustees  shall  fix  the  salary  of  the  Secre- 
tary and  of  the  Treasurer.  Regular  meetings 
of  the  Board  shall  be  held  Immediately  after 
the  annual  session  of  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates, and  on  the  first  Friday  In  the  month 
of  February  of  each  year.  Special  meet- 
ings of  the  Board  may  be  called  at  anv 
time  by  the  chairman,  or  by  live  members 
of  the  Board,  by  mailing  a  written  or  printed 
notice  to  the  last  known  address  of  each 
trustee,  at  least  five  days  before  such  meet- 
ing Is  to  be  held.  In  which  notice  shall  hr 
specified.  In  general  terms,  the  object  of 
such  special  meeting,  and  no  other  business 
shall  be  transacted  thereat ;  provided,  that 
the  proceedings  of  any  meeting  of  the  Board 
at  which  all  the  members  are  present  or 
which  are  approved  In  writing  by  everj- 
member  of  the  Board  shall  be  valid  without 
previous  notice  having  been  given.  Five 
members  of  the  Board  shall  constitute  a 
quorum.  During  the  Intervals  between  the 
sessions  of  the  House  of  Delegates  the 
Board  of  Tnistees  shall  supervise  the  action 
of  committees  constituted  by  the  action  of 
the  Hou.se  and  may  appoint  emergency 
committees. 

Sec.  i.  TRUSTEES  TO  CONTROL  SES- 
SION: The  Board  of  Trustees  shall  have 
full  control  of  all  arrangements  for  the 
annual  sessions  and  shall  provide  meeting 
places  for  the  Hou.se  of  Delegates,  the  gen- 
eral meetings  and  the  scientific  sections. 
It  shall  also  have  control  of  all  exhiblta. 
It  may  appoint  a  local  committee  of  ar- 
rangements, which  shsU  b«  at  sll  times 
under  the  Board. 

Chapter  VII. — Committees 
Section  1.  CLASSIFICATION  OF  COM- 
MITTEES :  Committees  shall  be  classified  as 
(a)  Standing  Committees,  (b)  Reference 
Committees,  and  (c)  Special  Committees 
The  standing  committees  shall  be  nominated 
hy  the  President  and  elected  by  the  House 
"f  Delegates,  tinless  otherwise  provided  for. 
Reference  and  special  committees  shall  be 
appointed  by  the  Speaker  as  provided  In 
these  By-Laws.  Special  committees  may  be 
created  by  the  House  of  Delegates  to  per- 
form the  special  functions  for  which  they 
are  created ;  they  shall  be  appointed  by  the 
Speaker  unless  otherwise  ordered  by  the 
House.  Committees  acting  during  the  In- 
terval between  the  sessions  of  the  House  of 
Delegates  shall  be  subject  to  the  Board  of 
Trustees.  In  case  of  vacancies  In  commit- 
tees occurring  during  the  Interval  between 
annual  sessions,  the  President  or  the 
Speaker,  according  to  the  committee  on 
which  said  vacancies  occur,  shall  have  the 
power  to  appoint  Fellows  to  fill  the  vacan- 
cies until  the  next  annual  session. 

Sec.  2.  MEMBERSHIP  OF  COMMIT- 
TEES :  Any  Fellow  shall  be  eligible  to 
serve  on  standing  or  special  committees. 
Reference  committees  shall  be  appointed 
from  the  members  of  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates. Members  of  committees  not  members 
of  the  House  of  Delegates  shall  have  the 
right  to  present  their  reports  In  person  to 
the  House  and  to  participate  In  the  debate 
thereon,  but  shall  not  have  the  right  to  vote. 
The  House  of  Delegates  may  recall  the  elec- 
tion of  any  officer  or  the  appointment  of 
any  member  of  a  committee  or  Council  at 
any  session  by  a  two-thirds  vote  of  the 
members  of  the  House  of  Delegates  present 
and  voting,  provided  that  no  motion  for  re- 
call shall  be  acted  on  till  the  day  following 
that  on  which  it  Is  introduced. 


Sec.  3.  STANDING  COMMITTEES : 
Standing  committees  shall  be  the  following: 

(a)  Judicial   Council. 

(b)  Council  on  Health  and  Public  In- 
struction. 

(c)  Council  on  Medical  Education  and 
Hospitals. 

(d)  Council  on  Scientific  Assembly. 

Chapter  Vtlt. — Organlrstlon  of  Standing 
Commltteu   or  Councils 

Section  1.  MEMBERSHIP:  The  SUnd- 
Ing  Committees,  or  Councils,  shall  consist 
of  five  members,  each  elected  for  Ovs  years. 
The  term  of  office  of  the  members  of  each 
committee  shall  terminate  In  succeaslon,  one 
each  year,  and  the  House  of  Delegates  shall 
elect  annually,  on  nomination  by  the  Presi- 
dent, one  member  to  each  committee  to  fill 
the  vacancy.  The  members  of  the  Council 
on  Scientific  Assembly  shall  be  chosen,  as 
far  as  prar""-'  '"■•n  ex-sectlon  ofBcers 
representlni;  actions.     The   Presl- 

dent-Elect,  :  :y  of  the  Association 

and  the  Editor  im  i  hu  Journal  shall  be  ex- 
officlo  members  of  this  Council. 

Sec.  1.  OFFICERS :  The  Councils  shall 
organize  and  elect  their  own  officers  ex- 
cept that  the  Secretary  of  the  Association 
shall  be  the  Secretary  of  the  Judicial  Coun- 
cil, and  of  the  Council  on  Sclentlflc  Assem- 
bly and  that  on  nomination  by  the  respective 
Council,  the  Board  of  Trustees  shall  elect 
annually,  to  serve  one  year,  a  secretary  of 
the  Council  on  Health  and  Public  Instruc- 
tion and  of  the  Council  on  Medical  Educa- 
tion and  Hospitals,  and  shall  fix  the  salary 
of  each. 

Sec.  3.  EXPENDITURES:  Each  Coun- 
cil shall  submit  to  the  Board  of  Trustees  a 
budget  of  Its  expenses  for  the  fiscal  year, 
and  the  Board  shall  make  such  appropria- 
tion for  each  Council  as  It  may  see  fit.  Each 
Council  shall  be  limited  In  Its  expenditures 
to  the  appropriation  made  for  It  by  the 
Board  of  Trustees  and  no  Council  shall 
expend  or  contract  to  expend  any  money  In 
excess  of  Its  appropriation  without  the  con- 
sent and  approval  In  writing  of  the  Board 
of  Trustees. 

Sec.  4.  RULES  AND  RE0ULATI0N8: 
Each  Council  may  make  Its  own  rules  to 
govern  Its  action ;  such  rules  shall  not  con- 
filct  with  these  By-I.dw8  nor  with  standing 
rule*  or  resolutions  of  the  House  of  Dele- 
gate*. 

Sec.  5.  COMMITTEES:  Each  Council 
shall  have  authority  to  appoint  committees 
subject  to  the  .approval  of  the  Board  of 
Trustees  for  any  purpose  within  the  Juris- 
diction of  the  Council. 

Sec.  6.  HEADQUARTERS:  The  head- 
quarters of  each  Council  shall  be  at  the 
ceneral  office  of  the  Association  where  the 
transactions  of  the  Council  shall  be  re- 
corded. 

Sec.  T.  REPORTS:  Each  Council  shall 
submit  annually  a  report  of  Its  work  to 
the  House  of  Delegates.  All  such  reports, 
so  far  as  possible,  shall  be  transmitted 
thirty  days  before  the  annual  session  to  the 
Secretary  of  the  Association,  who  shall  have 
them  printed  for  distribution  to  the  mem- 
bers of  the  House  of  Delegates. 

Chapter  IX — Duties  of  Standing  Committees 
or  Councils 
Section  1.  THE  JUDICLAL  COUNCIL: 
The  Judicial  power  of  the  Association  shall 
be  vested  In  the  Judicial  Council,  whose 
decision  shall  be  final.  This  power  shall 
extend  to  and  Include  (1)  all  questions 
involving  Fellowship  In  the  Sclentlflc  Assem- 
bly or  the  obligations,  rights  and  privileges 
of  Fellowship;  (2)  all  controrersle.s  arising 
under  this  Constitution  and  By-Laws  to 
which  the  American  Medical  Association  Is 
a  party ;  and  (3)  controversies  (a)  betweai 
two  or  more  recognized  constituent  asso- 
ciations, (b)  between  a  constituent  asso- 
ciation and  a  component  society  or  societies 
of  another  constituent  association  or  asso- 
ciations or  a  member  or  members  of  another 
constituent  association  or  other  constituent 
associations,  and  (c)  between  members  of 
different  constituent  associations.  In  all 
these  cases  the  Judicial  Council  shall  have 
original  Jurisdiction. 


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In  all  cases  which  arise  (a)  between  a 
constituent  association  and  one  or  more  of 
its  component  societies ;  (b)  between  com- 
ponent societies  of  the  same  constituent  as- 
sociation ;  (c)  between  a  member  or  mem- 
bers and  the  component  society  to  which 
said  member  or  members  belong,  or  (d)  be- 
tween members  of  different  component  socie- 
ties of  the  same  constituent  association,  the 
Judicial  Council  shall  hare  appellate  juris- 
diction In  questions  of  law  and  procedure 
but  not  of  fact. 

The  Judicial  Council  shall  have  jurisdic- 
tion on  all  questions  of  ethics  and  In  the 
Interpretation  of  the  laws  of  the  organi- 
zation. 

The  Judicial  Council  may,  at  Its  discre- 
tion. Investigate  general  professional  condi- 
tions and  all  matters  pertaining  to  the  rela- 
tions of  physicians  to  one  another  and  to  the 
public,  and  may  make  such  recommenda- 
tions to  the  House  of  Delegates  or  the  con- 
stituent associations  as  It  deems  necessary. 

Sec.  2.  COUNCIL  ON  HEALTH  AND 
PUBLIC  INSTRUCTION  :  The  functions  of 
the  Council  on  Health  and  Public  Instruc- 
tion shall  embrace  the  following  subjects : 
(1)  Legislation.  (2)  Public  Instruction. 
(S)  Defense  of  Medical  Research.  (4)  Pub- 
lic Health. 

Sec.  S.  COUNCIL  ON  MEDICAL  EDU- 
CATION AND  HOSPITALS:  The  functions 
of  the  Council  on  Medical  Education  and 
Hospitals  shall  be:  (1)  To  Investigate  con- 
ditions of  Medical  Education,  Hospitals  and 
associated  subjects  and  to  suggest  means 
and  methods  by  which  the  same  may  be 
Improved.  (2)  To  endeavor  to  further  the 
realization  of  such  suggestions  as  may  be 
approved   by  the  House  of  Delegates. 

Sec.  4.  COUNCIL  ON  SCIENTIFIC  AS- 
SEMBLY: The  functions  of  the  Council  on 
Scientific  Assembly  shall  be:  (1)  To  secure 
cooperation  between  the  sections.  (2)  To 
pass  upon  questions  of  policy  in  relation  to 
scientific  work  and  to  Investigate  and  report 
on  scientific  questions,  either  on  its  own 
initiative  or  when  such  questions  are 
referred  to  It  by  the  House  of  Delegates. 
(3)  To  stimulate  the  development  of  the 
sections.  (41  To  consider  at  first  hand 
applications  for  new  sections,  or  for  changes 
In  exlsthig  sections,  and  to  report  to  the 
House  of  Delegates.  (5)  To  a-"ol.  t  oflBcers 
for  meetings  making  up  the  section  on  mis- 
cellaneous topics.  (6)  To  arrange  the 
programs  for  the  general  meetings  of  the 
Scientific    Assembly. 

Chwtw  X. — Reference  ConiRiltte«s 
Section  1.  APPOINTMENT:  Immedi- 
ately after  the  organization  of  the  House 
of  Delegates  at  each  annual  session  the 
Speaker  of  the  House  of  Delegates  ahall 
appoint  from  the  members  of  the  House 
such  committees  as  may  be  deemed  expedi- 
ent by  the  House  of  Delegates.  Each  com- 
mittee shall  consist  of  five  members,  unless 
otherwUe  provided,  the  chairman  to  he 
specified  by  the  Speaker.  These  commit- 
tees shall  serve  during  the  session  at  which 
they  are  appointed. 

Sec.  2.  REFERENCES:  Rew>luUons. 
measures  and  propositions  present«d  to  the 
House  of  Delegate*  shall  be  referred  to  the 
appropriate  committee  which  committee  shall 
report  to  the  House  before  final  action  shall 
be  taken,  unless  otherwise  unanimously  or- 
dered by  the  Bouse  of  Delegates. 

Sec.  3.  ORGANIZATION :  Each  Refer- 
ence Committee  shall,  as  soon  as  possible 
after  the  adjournment  of  each  meeting,  or 
during  the  meeting.  If  necessary,  take  up 
and  consider  such  business  as  may  have 
been  referred  to  It,  and  shall  report  on  the 
same  at  the  next  meeting  or  when  calle<l 
on  to  do  so.  Three  members  shall  con- 
stitute a  quorum. 

Sec  4.  COMMITTEES:  The  following 
committees  are  hereby  provided  : 

(1)  A  Committee  on  Sections  and  Section 
Work,  to  which  shall  be  referred  all  mat- 
ters relating  to  the  sections  and  the  sec- 
tion work.  (The  members  of  the  Council 
on  Scientific  Assembly  shall  be  members,  ex 
olBcia.  of   this  committee.) 

(2»  A  Committee  on  Rules  and  Order  of 
Business,  to  which  shall  be  referred  all  mat- 


ters regarding  rules  governing  the  action, 
methods  of  procedure  and  order  of  business 
of  the  House  of  Delegates. 

(3)  A  Committee  on  Medical  Education, 
to  which  shall  be  referred  all  matters  re- 
lating to  medical  colleges  and  medical  edu- 
cation. (The  members  of  the  Council  on 
Medical  Education  and  Hospitals  shall  be 
members,  ex  officio,  of  this  committee.) 

(4)  A  Committee  on  Legislation  and  Pub- 
lic Relations  to  which  shall  be  referred  all 
matters  relating  to  state  and  national  legis- 
lation memorials  to  Legislatures,  to  the 
United  States  Congress,  or  to  the  Presi- 
dent of  the  United  States.  (The  members 
of  the  Council  on  Health  and  Public  In- 
struction shall  be  members,  ex  officio,  of 
this  committee.) 

(5)  A  Committee  on  Hygiene  and  Public 
Health,  to  which  shall  be  referred  all  mat- 
ters relating  to  hygiene  and   public  health 

(6)  A  Committee  on  Amendments  to  the 
Constitution  and  By-Laws,  to  which  shall 
be  referred  all  proposed  amendments  to  the 
Constitution  and  By-Laws.  (The  members 
of  the  Judicial  Council  shall  be  members. 
ex  officio,  of  this  committee.) 

(7)  A  Committee  on  Reports  of  Officers, 
to  which  shall  be  referred  the  address  of  the 
President  and  of  the  Speaker  of  the  House 
of  Delegates  and  the  reports  of  the  Secre- 
tary and  of  the  Board  of  Trustees. 

(8)  A  Committee  on  Credentials,  to  which 
shall  be  referred  all  questions  regarding  the 
registration  and  the  credentials  of  delegates. 

(9)  A  Committee  on  Mlacellanenus  Busi- 
ness, to  which  shall  be  referred  all  busi- 
ness not  otherwise  disposed  of. 


SCIENTIFIC    ASSEMBLY 


Membership  and  Fallowship 


Chapter  XI — Membership  and  Fellowship 
Section  1.  TENURE  OF  MEMBER- 
SHIP.— Membership  In  this  A.ssoclatlon 
shall  continue  only  so  long  as  the  indi- 
rldual  la  a  member  of  a  constituent  asso- 
ciation. When  the  Secretary  shall  be  of- 
ficially Informed  by  the  secretary  of  the 
constituent  association  through  which  a 
member  holds  membership  In  this  Associa- 
tion that  the  member  Is  not  In  good  stand- 
ing, the  Secretary  shall  remove  the  name 
of  said  member  from  the.  membership  roll 
of  the  American  Medical  Association.  A 
member  of  a  constituent  association  who 
removes  to  and  engages  Id  the  practice  of 
medicine  at  a  location  In  another  state  in 
which  there  Is  a  constituent  association, 
shall  forfeit  his  membership  in  this  Asso- 
ciation and  the  Secretary  shall  remove  his 
name  from  the  roster  of  members  of  the 
American  Medical  Association  unless  within 
one  year  after  such  change  of  residence  he 
become  a  member  of  the  constituent  asso- 
ciation In  the  state  to  which  he  has  moved  : 
provided  that  when  the  member  Is  also  a 
Fellow  of  the  Scientific  Assembly  the  By- 
Law  defining  the  effect  on  Fellowship  of 
removal  to  another  state  shall  have  prece- 
dence over  this  section. 

Sec.  2.  FELLOWS :  Any  member  of 
this  Association,  who  on  the  prescribed 
form  shall  apply  for  Fellowship  and  sub- 
scribe for  The  journal,  paying  the  annual 
Fellowship  dues  for  the  current  year,  shall 
be  a  Fellow. 

Commissioned  med.'cal  officers  of  the 
United  SUtes  Army.  United  States  Navy 
and  the  United  States  Public  Health  Ser- 
vice shall  be  Fellows  of  this  Association  so 
long  as  they  are  engaged  actively  in  their 
respective  service,  and  thereafter  if  they 
have  been  retired  on  account  of  age  or 
physical  disability.  These  Fellows  nhnll  not 
be  required  to  pay  Fellowship  dues  and  shall 
not  receive  The  Journal  of  the  American 
Medical  Association  except  by  personsl  sub- 
scription. 

Sec.  J.  EFFECT  ON  FELLOWSHIP  OF 
RBMOVAL  TO  ANOTHER  STATE:  A  Fel 
low  who  changes  the  location  at  which  he 
practices  medicine,  from  the  state  through 
whoae  constituent  association  he  holds  mem- 
bership  In   the   American   Medical    Associa- 


tion to  another  state  In  which  there  Is  a 
constituent  association.  Is  eligible  to  mem- 
bership In  the  component  society  of  his  new 
location  on  the  presentation  of  a  transfer 
card  and  an  official  statement  that  his  dues 
have  been  paid  in  full  in  the  society  In 
which  he  holds  membership ;  provided  that 
no  evidence  which  would  otherwise  dis- 
qualify him  for  membership  arise.  He  shall 
forfeit  his  Fellowship  iu  the  American  Medi- 
cal Association  one  year  after  such  change 
of  location,  unless  he  becomes  a  member  of 
the  constituent  association  of  the  state  to 
which  he  has  moved.  Provided,  however, 
that  if  the  component  society  Into  whose 
territory  such  Fellow  has  moved  shall  refuse 
him  membership,  the  Fellow  shall  be  privi- 
leged to  appeal  to  the  Judicial  Council  of 
this  Association  to  determine  whether  or 
not  he  be  guilty  of  any  act  that  warrants 
the  enforcement  of  the  provisions  of  this 
section.  Pending  the  decision  of  such  ap- 
peal he  shall  retain  his  Fellowship  In  the 
American  Medical  Association  through  his 
original  state  association.  A  member  of  a 
constituent  state  association  who  Is  located 
for  the  purpose  of  practicing  medicine  In 
a  state  adjacent  to  that  through  the  asso- 
ciation of  which  he  holds  Fellowship  in  the 
American  Medical  Association  may  become 
and  may  be  continued  a  Fellow  of  the 
American  Medical  Association  provided  the 
Council  of  the  constituent  association  of  the 
stste  la  which  he  Is  practicing  medicine 
waives  jurisdiction  over  his  membership. 

Sec.  4.  AFFILIATE,  ASSOCIATE  AND 
HONORARY  FELLOWS  :  There  shall  be  Af- 
filiate. AssoclotB  and  Honorary  Fellows, 
who  shall  be  elected  and  shall  qualify  In  ac- 
cordance with  the  provisions  set  forth  In 
these  By-Laws. 

Sec.  5.  AFFILIATE  FELLOWS:  A  Fel- 
low who  has  been  a  Fellow  for  a  continu- 
ous term  of  fifteen  (15)  years,  who  Is  not 
less  than  sixty-five  (65)  years  of  age,  and 
who  Is  an  honorary  member  of  his  com- 
ponent society  and  of  his  constituent  asso- 
ciation, or  Is  connected  with  these  organlxa- 
tlons  In  an  equivalent  manner  whereby  he 
is  relieved  from  the  payment  of  dues  or 
feet,  on  request  of  his  constituent  associa- 
tion may  be  made  an  Affiliate  Fellow  by  a 
majority  vote  of  the  Bouse  of  Delegates  of 
this  Association.  Affiliate  Fellows  shall  be 
privileged  to  participate  In  the  Scientific 
Assembly  of  the  Association ;  thay  shall 
not  be  required  to  pay  Fellowship  dues  and 
shall  not  receive  The  Journal  of  the  Ameri- 
can Medical  Association  except  by  personal 
subscription.  Affiliate  Fellowship  shall  be 
conditioned  on  such  an  Affiliate  Fellow  con- 
tinuing the  relationship  with  his  constituent 
association  herein  defined. 

Sec.  6.  ASSOCIATE  FELLOWS:  The 
following  may  be  elected  In  accordance 
with  Section  5,  Chapter  IV,  to  Associate 
Fellowship :  Physicians  who  are  menibers 
of  the  chartered  national  medical  societies 
of  foreign  countries  adjacent  tn  the  United 
States;  American  physicians  located  In  for- 
eign countries  and  engage<l  in  medical  mis- 
sionary and  similar  c<lucatlnnal  and  philan- 
thropic labors ;  dentists  holding  the  degree 
of  D.D.S.  who  are  members  of  state  or  local 
dental  societies,  and  pharmacists  who  are 
active  members  of  the  American  Phannaceu- 
tical  Association ;  and  representative  teach- 
ers, students  of  aclence  allied  to  medicine, 
resident  In  the  United  States,  and  not  eligi- 
ble to  regular  membership.  Associate  Fal- 
lows shall  enjoy  the  same  privileges  aa  regu- 
lar Fellows,  and  shall  be  subject  to  the 
same  conditions. 

Sec.  7.  HONORARY  FELLOWS:  I'iiysi- 
clans  of  foreign  countries  may  be  elected 
Honorary  Fellows  by  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates In  accordance  with  Section  6,  Chapter 
IV. 

Sec.  8.  INVITED  CUIiSTS :  ScientlsU 
resident  In  the  United  States  who  are  not 
engaged  In  the  practice  of  medicine,  and 
eminent  physicians  and  scientists  from  fdr- 
elgn  countries,  may  be  Invited  by  the  gen- 
eral officers  or  by  the  officers  of  a  section, 
to  attend  an  annual  se.sslon  of  the  Scientific 
Assembly  and  participate  In  the  acientlflc 
work  and  social  functions.  They  shall  be 
designated  as  Invited  Gaaita. 


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Sec.  9.  TENURE  OF  FKU^WBHIP : 
Fellowship  In  this  Association  shall  con- 
tinue oalj  so  long  as  the  IndlTldual  Is  a 
member.  When  the  Secretary  shall  be  of- 
ficially Informed  that  the  Fellow  Is  not  ii 
member,  the  Secretary  shall  reraore  the 
name  of  such  Fellow  from  the  Fellowship 
roll  of  the  American  Medical  Association 
and  shall  notify  the  Fellow  of  the  action 
taken,  together  with  the  reason  therefor. 
Fellowship  shall  be  further  conditioned  on 
a  Fellow  conductlnic  himself  In  accordance 
with  this  Constitution  and  B.v-Laws,  and 
Principles  of  Medical  Ethics  of  this  Asso- 
ciation. 

Sec.  10.  DELINQUENCY:  Any  Fellow 
who,  for  one  year,  has  failed  to  pay  his 
annual  Fellowship  dues,  shall  forfeit  his  Fel- 
lowship thirty  days  after  notice  of  his 
delinquency  has  been  mailed  to  his  last 
known    address    by    the    Secretary. 

Sec.  11.  FELLOWSHIP  RESTORED: 
Any  former  Fellow  who  compiles  with  Sec- 
tion t.  Chapter  XI  shall  be  reinstated  on 
payment  of  his  Indebtedness,  Including  his 
subscription  for  the  current  calendar  year. 

Chapter  XII. — Regittration 

Fellows,  AfflUate,  Associate  and  Honorary 
Fellows  and  Invited  Guests  only  shall  b« 
allowed  to  register  or  take  part  In  the  work 
of  any  of  the  sections  of  the  Scientific  As- 
sembly of  the  Association. 

A  Fellow  shall  be  eligible  to  register  at 
nn  annual  session  only  after  he  has  paid  all 
of  his  current  Indebtedness. 

A  Fellow  shall  not  be  permitted  to  take 
part  In  the  proceedings  of  the  Association 
or  of  any  of  the  sections  until  he  has  reg- 
istered his  name  and  address  In  the  registra- 
tion office. 

A  Fellow  on  registering  shall  designate 
the  section  In  which  be  wishes  to  be  en- 
rolled, but  shall  be  enrolled  In  one  section 
only  at  any   Scientific  Assembly. 

Chapter  XIII. — General    Meetings 

Section  1.  GENERAL  MEETINGS :  Gen- 
eral meetings  of  the  Scientific  Assembly  may 
be  arranged  by  the  Council  on  Scientific 
Assembly  with  the  approval  of  the  Board 
of  Trustees. 

Sec.  2.  THE  OPENING  GENERAL 
KfEETING :  The  opening  general  meeting 
shall  be  held  on  the  evening  of  Tuesday 
of  the  week  of  the  annual  session,  and 
shall  be  presided  over  by  the  President  or. 
in  his  absence  or  at  his  request,  by  the 
Vice  President. 

Sec.  3.  PRESIDENT'S  ADDRESS:  The 
President,  Immediately  after  he  la  Inducted 
Into  office,  shall  deliver  an  address  before 
the  opening  general  meeting,  and  his  recom- 
mendations. If  he  makes  any,  shall  go  to 
the  Bouse  of  Delegates  for  action. 

Chapter  XIV. — Sections 

Section  1.  TITLES  OF  SECTIONS  OF 
SCIENTIFIC  ASSEMBLY:  The  Scientific 
Assembly  shall  be  divided  Into  the  follow- 
ing sections : 

1.  Practice  of  Medicine. 

2.  Surgery,  General  and  .\bdominal. 

3.  Obstetrics,      Gynecologs'      and      Abdo- 
minal   Surgery. 

4.  Ophthalmology. 

5.  Laryngology,    Otology    and    Rhinology. 

6.  Diseases  of  Children. 

7.  Pharmacology   and  Therapeutics. 

8.  Pathology  and   Physiology. 

9.  Stomatology. 

10.  Nervous   and    Mental    Diseases. 

11.  Dermatology  and  Syphllology. 

12.  Preventive  and  Industrial  Medicine  and 
Public  Health. 

13.  Urology. 

14.  Orthopedic   Surgery. 

15.  Gastro-Enterology   and   Proctology. 

16.  Miscellaneous  Topics. 

Sec.  2.  OFFICERS  OF  SECTIONS :  The 
officers  of  each  section  shall  consist  of  a 
chairman,  a  vice  chairman  and  a  secre- 
tary and  such  other  officers  as  the  section 
shall  deem  advisable.  These  shall  serve 
for  one  year,  or  until  their  successors  are 
elected    and   qualified ;    provided,   that   each 


section  may  elect  Its  lecrstary  to  lerr*  > 
lunger  time  at  Ita  discretion.  Each  teetloo 
shall  also  elect  annually  one  delegate  and 
one  alternate  to  the  House  of  Delegates  of 
the  American  Medical  Association  to  lerve 
one  year. 

See.  3.  ELECTION  OF  OFFICERS:  The 
election  of  oOlcers  of  the  several  sections 
shall  be  the  first  order  of  business  of  the 
final  meeting  of  the  section  at  each  Sclen- 
llfle  Assembly.  To  participate  In  the  elec- 
tion a  Fellow  must  have  Indicated  on  regis- 
tering that  he  desires  to  affiliate  with  such 
.section,  and  must  have  recorded  his  name 
and  address  on  the  section  register  book. 

Sec.  4.  DUTIES  OF  SECTION  OFFI- 
CERS :  (a)  Chairman  :  The  chairman  shall 
preside  at  the  meetings  of  the  section  and 
shall  perform  such  duties  aa  usually  be- 
long to  such  an  office,  or  as  may  be  pro- 
vided by  the  by-laws  of  the  section.  He 
shall  cooperate  with  the  secretary  in  ar- 
ranging the  program,  and  ahall  see  that 
proper  arrangements  are  made  for  his  sec- 
tion at  the  Scientific  Assembly. 

(b)  Vice  Chairman:  The  vice  chairman 
shall  assist  the  chairman  In  the  perform- 
ance of  his  duties  and  shall  preside  In  bis 
absence,  or  at  his  request. 

(c)  Secretary  :  The  secretary  shall  keep 
a  record  of  the  proceedings  of  the  section 
In  a  book  provided  for  such  purpose;  shall, 
with  the  cooperation  of  the  chairman,  and  In 
accordance  with  rules  and  regulations  en- 
acted by  the  House  of  Delegates,  arrange 
the  program ;  and  shall,  at  least  thirty  days 
before  the  Scientific  Assembly,  forward  it  to 
the  Secretary  of  the  Association  for  Inser- 
tion In  the  official  program  ;  and  shall  per- 
form such  other  duties  pertaining  to  his 
office  as  may  be  provided  by  the  by-laws  of 
the  Association  or  of  the  section. 

Sec.  5.  EXECUTIVE  COMMITTEE  :  Each 
section  shall  have  an  executive  committee. 
wUch  shall  consist  of  the  chairman  and 
the  last  two  retiring  chairmen.  In  case 
of  absence  of  a  member  of  the  executive 
committee  of  a  section  from  a  Scientific 
Assembly,  the  vacancy  shall  be  Mled  by  the 
chairman  of  the  section.  This  committee 
shall  examine  and  pass  on  all  papers  read 
before  the  aecUon,  and  shall  endorse  for 
publication  only  those  that  are  of  scientific 
iir  of  practical  value,  and  which  will  re- 
fiect  credit  on  the  section  before  which  they 
were  read.  It  shall  act  as  the  nominating  | 
committee  of  the  section. 

Sec.  6.  MEETINGS  :  Sections  shall  hold 
meetings  at  9  a.  m.  and  2  p.  m.  dally  in 
accordance  with  the  program  for  the  Scien- 
tific Assembly,  as  arranged  by  the  Council 
on  Scientific  Assembly. 

Sec.  7.  WHO  MAY  TAKE  PART  IN  SEC- 
TION WORK:  Fellows  and  Associate  Fel- 
lows only  shall  have  the  right  to  partici- 
pate In  the  business  deliberations  of  a  sec- 
tion. Fellows.  Affiliate.  Associate,  and 
Honorary  Fellows,  and  Invited  Guests  may 
present  papers  and  take  part  In  the  scien- 
tific discussions. 

Sec.  8.  ASSOCIATE  FELLOWS  :  The  of- 
ficers of  a  section  msy  nominate  for  As- 
sociate Fellowship  representative  teachers 
and  students  of  sciences  allied  to  medicine, 
resident  in  the  United  St.ites,  not  eligible 
to  regular  membership.  The  secretary  shall 
immediately  notify  the  Secretary  of  the  As- 
sociation of  such  nominations. 

Sec.  9.  HONORARY  FELLOWS:  Each 
section  at  each  Scientific  Assembly  may 
nominate  for  Honorary  Fellowship  in  the 
American  Medical  Association  a  physician 
of  a  foreign  country  who  has  risen  to  pre- 
eminence in  the  profession  of  medicine ; 
provided,  however,  that  nominations  for 
Honorary  Fellowship  In  the  American  Medi- 
cal Association  shall  be  acted  on  by  the 
sections  on  or  before  the  second  day  of 
each  Scientific  Assembly.  The  secretary  of 
the  section  shall  immediately  notify  the 
Secretary  of  the  Association  of  such  nomi- 
nation. 

Sec.  10.  TIME  AT  WHICH  TITLES 
MUST  BE  IN :  Titles  of  papers  to  be  pre- 
sented to  the  section  must  be  in  the  hands 
of  the  secretary  of  the  section  at  least 
thirty-five  days  before  the  first  day  of  the 
Scientific    Assembly.      With    the    title,    the 


wrltar  shall  submit  an  abstract  of  the  paper 
no  less  than  thirty  or  more  than  one  hun- 
dred and  fifty  words  In  length  and  an  esti- 
mate of  the  time  required  to  read  his  paper. 

Sec.  11.  LENGTH  OF  PAPERS  AND 
DISCUSSIONS:  The  time  allowed  for  the 
presentation  of  a  paper  before  a  section 
shall  be  limited  to  fifteen  minutes.  No  one 
shall  discuss  any  paper  more  than  once, 
nor  for  longer  than  five  minutes,  except 
with  the  unanimous  consent  of  those  present. 

See.  12.  NUMBER  OF  PAPERS  ON 
rROGEAM :  The  number  of  papers,  includ- 
ing addresses,  on  the  program  of  any  sec- 
tion shall  not  exceed  twenty-five. 

Sec  13.  CAN  PRESE.VT  ONLY  ONE 
PAPER  AT  AN  ANNUAL  SESSION:  A 
Fellow  shall  present  no  more  than  one  pa- 
per at  any  Scientific  Assembly. 

Sec.  14.  SECTION  TO  PROVIDE  BY- 
LAWS :  Each  section  may  make  by-laws 
for  Its  own  government,  provided  that  they 
shall  in  no  way  confiirt  with  the  Consti- 
tution and  By-Laws  of  the  American  Medi- 
cal Association. 

Chapter   XV.— Publleatlon 

Section  1.  PAPERS  APPROVED  FOR 
PUBLICATION:  No  paper  shall  be  pub- 
lished as  having  been  read  before  a  section 
unless  It  has  received  the  approval  and  the 
endorsement  of  each  member  of  the  execu- 
tive committee  of  the  section  before  which 
It  was  read. 

Sec.  2.  PAPERS  MUST  BE  READY  FOR 
PUBLICATION:  Each  author  shall  hand 
his  paper  to  the  secretary  of  the  section 
Immediately  after  it  is  read.  The  secre- 
tary shsll  endorse  thereon  that  It  has  been 
read  and  shall  hand  it  to  the  chairman  of 
the  executive  committee.  All  papers  ap- 
proved by  the  executive  committee  shall  be 
returned  to  the  secretary  of  the  section, 
who  ahall  at  once  forward  them  to  the  edi- 
tor of  The  Journal. 

Sec.  3.  PAPERS  "READ  BY  TITUS' ' : 
No  paper  shall  be  published  as  having  been 
read  before  a  section  unless  It  has  actually 
been  read  by  its  author,  or  unless,  for 
special  reasons,  when  tlie  author  has  been 
present  and  prepared  to  read  the  paper,  the 
section  shall  unanimously  vote  to  hare  It 
read  by  title. 

Sec.  4.  PAPERS  THE  PROPERTY  OF 
THE  ASSOCIATION:  All  papers  and  re- 
ports presented  to  a  section  and  approved 
by  the  executive  committee  shall  become  the 
exclusive  property  of  the  Association,  pro- 
vided that  the  Board  of  Trustees  may  per- 
mit an  author  to  publish  his  paper  else- 
where than  In  The  Journal  of  the  Ameri- 
can Medical  Association. 


MISCELLANEOUS 


Chapter      XVI. — Offlcial      Resolutions      Ap- 
proved by  the  House  of  Delegates 

No  memorial,  resolution  or  opinion  of 
any  character  whatever  shall  be  Issued  in 
the  name  of  the  American  Medical  Asso- 
ciation unless  It  has  been  approved  by  the 
House  of  Delegates. 

Chapter   XVII. — Annual    Fellowship    Duet 

The  annual  Fellowship  dues  and  the  sub- 
scription price  of  The  Journal  of  the  Ameri- 
cin  Medical  Association  shall  be  fiied  by 
the  Board  of  Trustees,  and  the  same  shall 
be  payable  in  advance,  on  the  first  day  of 
.lanuary  of  each  year,  provided  that  the 
annual  dues  shall  not  exceed  $6,  and 
[irovlded  that  the  amount  of  the  same 
shall  be  announced  in  The  Journal  of  the 
American  Medical  Association  not  later  than 
November   1   of  each  year. 

Chapter  XVIII. — Articles  of  Incorooratiofl 
The  House  of  Delegates,  at  any  annual 
session,  wherever  the  same  may  be  helo, 
may  instruct  the  Board  of  Trustees  to  make 
any  changes  In  the  articles  of  incorporation 
in  accordance  with  the  law  which  may  ap- 
pear desirable,  or  which  may  be  made 
necessary  by  the  change  or  amendment  to 
the  Constitution  and  By-Laws  of  this  As- 
sociation. 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


Chaptsr  XIX. — Amendment  to  These 
By- Laws 
These  By-Laws  may  be  amended  on  a 
three  fourths  vote  of  the  House  of  Dele- 
gates, provided  that  no  amendment  shall 
be  acted  on  till  the  day  following  that  on 
which  It  Is  introduced ;  except  that  the  Board 
of  Trustees  may,  by  unanimous  TOte,  make 
such  changes,  and  such  changes  only,  as 
may  be  required  to  adapt  them  to  the 
rules  and  regulations  of  the  United  States 
postal  authorities. 


PRINCIPLES  OF   MEDICAL   ETHICS 


CHAPTER    I.— THE    DUTIES    OF    PHYSI- 
CIANS TO  THEIR   PATIENTS 


The  Physician's   Responsibility 

Section  1.  A  profession  has  for  Its  prime 
object  the  service  it  can  render  to  hu- 
manity ;  reward  or  financial  gain  should 
be  a  subordinate  consideration.  The  prac- 
tice of  medicine  Is  a  profession.  In  choos- 
ing this  profession  an  Individual  assumes 
an  obligation  to  conduct  himself  in  accord 
with    its    ideals. 

Patience.    Delicacy   and   Secrecy 

Sec.  2.  Patience  and  delicacy  should 
characterize  all  the  acts  of  a  physician 
The  confidences  conrerning  Individual  or 
domestic  life  entrusted  by  a  patient  to  a 
physician  and  the  defects  of  disposition  or 
flaws  of  character  observed  In  patients 
during  medical  attendance  should  be  held 
as  a  trust  and  should  never  be  revealed 
except  when  Imperatively  required  by  the 
laws  of  the  state.  There  are  occasions, 
however,  when  a  physician  must  determine 
whether  or  not  his  duty  to  society  requires 
him  to  take  definite  action  to  protect  a 
healthy  individual  from  becoming  Infected, 
because  the  physician  has  knowledge,  ob- 
tained through  the  confidence  entrusted  t(i 
him  as  a  physician,  of  a  communicable 
dise.ise  to  which  the  healthy  Individual  is 
about  to  be  exposed.  In  such  a  case,  the 
physician  should  act  as  he  would  desire 
another  to  act  toward  one  of  his  own  family 
under  like  circumstances.  Before  he  de- 
termines his  course,  the  physician  should 
know  the  civil  law  of  his  commonwealtli 
concerning   privileged   communications. 

Prounosls 
Sec.  S.  A  physician  should  give  timely 
notice  of  dangerous  manifestations  of  the 
disease  to  the  friends  of  the  patient.  He 
should  neither  exaggerate  nor  minimize 
the  gravity  of  the  patient's  condition.  He 
should  assure  himself  that  the  patient  nr 
bis  friends  have  such  knowledge  of  the 
patient's  condition  as  will  serve  the  best 
interests  of  the  patient  and  the  family. 

Patients  Must  Not  Be  Neglected 
Sec.  4.  A  physician  is  free  to  choose 
whom  he  will  serve.  He  should,  however, 
always  respond  to  any  request  for  bis  as- 
sistance In  an  emergency  or  whenever  tem- 
perate public  opinion  expects  the  service 
Once  having  undertaken  a  case,  a  physi- 
cian should  not  abandon  or  neglect  the  pa- 
tient because  the  disease  Is  deemed  Incur- 
able ;  nor  should  he  withdraw  from  the 
ease  for  any  reason  until  a  sufficient  notice 
of  a  desire  to  be  released  has  been  given 
the  patient  or  his  friends  to  make  It  pos- 
sible for  tbem  to  secure  another  medical 
attendant. 

CHAPTER    II.— THE     DUTIES    OF    PHYSI- 
CIANS   TO    EACH    OTHER   AND   TO 
THE  PROFESSION   AT  LARGE 


Article  I. — Duties  to  the  Profession 
Uphold  Honor  of  Profession 
Section  1.  The  obligation  assumed  on 
entering  the  profession  requires  the  physi- 
cian to  comport  himself  as  a  gentleman  and 
demands  that  he  use  every  honorable  means 
to  uphold  the  dignity  and  honor  of  his 
vocation,  to  exalt  its  stamlnrda  and  to  ex- 


tend its  sphere  of  usefulness.  A  physician 
should  not  base  his  practice  on  an  exclusive 
dogma  or  sectarian  system,  for  "sects  are 
implacable  despots ;  to  accept  their  thraldom 
Is  to  take  away  all  liberty  from  one's  action 
and  thought."    (Nicon,  father  of  Galen.) 

Duty  of  Medical  Societies 
Sec.  2.  In  order  that  the  dignity  and 
honor  ot  the  medical  profession  may  be 
upheld,  its  standards  exalted,  its  sphere  of 
usefulness  extended,  and  the  advancement 
of  medical  science  promoted,  a  physician 
should  associate  himself  witli  medical  so- 
cieties and  contribute  his  time,  energy  and 
means  in  order  that  tbese  societies  may  rep- 
resent  the   ideals   of  the  profession. 

Deportment 
Sec.  3.  A  physician  should  be  "an  up- 
right man,  instructed  in  the  art  of  healing." 
Consequently,  be  must  keep  himself  pure  in 
character  and  conform  to  a  high  standard 
of  morals,  and  must  be  diligent  and  con- 
scientious In  his  studies.  "He  should  also 
be  modest,  sober,  patient,  prompt  to  do  his 
whole  duty  without  anxiety ;  pious  without 
going  so  far  as  superstition,  conducting  him- 
self with  propriety  In  his  profession  and  In 
ail  the  actions  of  bis  life."     (Hippocrates.) 

Advertising 

Sec.  4.  Solicitation  of  patients  by  physi- 
cians as  individuals,  or  collectively  in  groups 
by  whatsoever  name  these  be  called,  or  by 
institutions  or  organizations,  whether  by 
circulars  or  advertisements,  or  by  personal 
communications.  Is  unprofessional.  This 
does  not  prohibit  ethical  Institutions  from  .i 
logUlmate  advertisement  of  location,  physical 
surroundings  and  special  class — If  any — of 
patients  accommodated.  It  Is  equally  un- 
professional to  procure  patients  by  Indi- 
rection through  solicitors  or  agents  of 
any  kind,  or  by  Indirect  advertisement, 
or  by  furnishing  or  inspiring  newspaper  or 
magazine  comments  concerning  cases  In 
which  the  physician  has  been  or  Is  con- 
cerned. All  other  like  self-laudations  defy 
the  traditions  and  lower  the  tone  of  any 
profession  and  so  are  Intolerable.  The  most 
worthy  and  effective  advertisement  possible, 
even  for  a  young  physician,  and  especially 
with  his  brother  physicians.  Is  the  estab- 
lishment of  a  well-merited  reputation  for 
professional  ability  and  fidelity.  This  can- 
not be  forced,  but  must  be  the  outcome  of 
character  and  conduct.  The  publication  or 
circulation  of  ordinary  simple  business 
cards,  t)eing  a  matter  of  personal  taste  or 
local  custom,  and  sometimes  of  convenience. 
Is  not  per  se  Improper.  As  Implied,  It  Is 
unprofessional  to  disregard  local  customs 
and  offend  recognized  Ideals  in  publishing 
or  circulating  such  cards. 

It  Is  tinprofesslonal  to  promise  radical 
cures ;  to  boast  of  cures  and  secret  methods 
of  treatment  or  remedies;  to  exhibit  certifi- 
cates of  skill  or  of  success  in  the  treatment 
of  dUeases ;  or  to  employ  any  methods  to 
gain  tbe  attention  of  the  public  for  the  pur- 
pose of  obtaining  patients. 

Patents  and  Perquisites 
Sec.  5.  It  Is  unprofessional  to  receive  re- 
muneration from  patents  for  surgical  Instru- 
ments or  medicines ;  to  accept  rebates  on 
prescriptions  or  surgical  appliances,  or  per- 
quisites from  attendants  who  aid  In  the  care 
of  patients. 

Medical  Laws — Secret  Remedies 
Sec.  0.  It  Is  unprofessional  for  a  physi- 
cian to  assist  unqualified  persons  to  evade 
legal  restrictions  governing  the  practice  of 
medicine;  It  is  equally  unethical  to  pre- 
scribe or  dispense  secret  medicines  or  other 
secret  remedial  agents,  or  manufacture  or 
promote  their  use  In  any  way. 

Safeguarding  the  Profesilon 
Sec.  7.  I'hyslcians  should  expose  without 
fear  or  favor,  before  the  proper  medical  or 
legal  tribunals,  rorruid  or  dishonest  conduct 
of  members  of  the  profession.  Every  physi- 
cian should  aid  In  safeguarding  the  profes- 
shm  against  the  admission  to  Its  ranks  of 
those  who  are  unfit  or  unqualified  because 
deficient  either  In  moral  character  or  edu- 
cation. 


Article   II. — Professional  Services  of  Physi- 
cians to  Each  Other 
Physicians   Dependent  on   Each   Other 
Section   1.     Experience  teaches  that  It  is 
unwise  for  a  physician  to  treat  members  of 
his  own  family  or  himself.     (Consequently,  a 
physician     should     always     cheerfully     and 
gratuitously    respond    with    his    professional 
services  to  the  call  of  any  physician  prac- 
ticing  In  his   vicinity,   or  of  the   Immediate 
family  dependents  of  physicians. 

Compensation  for  Expenses 
Sec.  2.  When  a  physician  from  a  distance 
Is  called  on  to  advise  another  physician  or 
one  of  bis  family  dependents,  and  the  physi- 
cian to  whom  the  service  is  rendered  Is  In 
easy  financial  circumstances,  a  compensa- 
tion that  will  at  least  meet  the  traveling 
expenses  of  the  visiting  physician  should  be 
proITered.  >^'hen  such  a  service  requires  an 
absence  from  the  accustomed  field  of  profes- 
sional work  of  the  visitor  that  might  reason- 
ably be  expected  to  entail  a  pecuniary  toss, 
such  loss  should.  In  part  at  least,  be  pro- 
vided for  In  the  compensation  offered. 

One  Physician  to  Take  Charge 

Sec.  3.  When  a  physician  or  a  member 
of  his  dependent  family  is  seriously  ill,  be 
or  his  family  should  select  a  physician  from 
among  bis  neighboring  colleagues  to  take 
charge  of  the  case.  Other  physicians  may 
be  associated  In  the  care  of  the  patient  as 
consultants. 

Article  III. — Duties  of  Physician   In   Con- 
sultations 
Consultations   Should    Be    Requested 

Sei'tlon  1.  In  serious  Illness,  especially 
in  doubtful  or  difficult  conditions,  tbe  phy- 
sician should  request  consultations. 

Consultation  for  Patient's  Bansflt 
Sec.  2.  In  every  consultation,  the  benefit 
to  be  derived  by  the  patient  Is  of  first  Im- 
portance. All  the  physicians  Interested  In 
the  case  should  be  frank  and  candid  with 
tbe  patient  and  his  family.  There  never  Is 
occasion  for  insincerity,  rivalry  or  envy  and 
these  should  never  be  permitted  between 
consultants. 

Punctuality 
Sec.  3.  It  is  the  duty  of  a  physician, 
particularly  In  the  Instance  of  a  consulta- 
tion, to  be  punctual  In  attendance.  When, 
however,  the  consultant  or  the  physician  In 
charge  is  unavoidably  delayed,  tbe  one  who 
first  arrives  should  wait  for  the  otiier  for  a 
reasonable  time,  after  which  the  consulta- 
tion should  be  considered  postponed.  When 
the  consultant  has  come  from  a  distance,  or 
when  for  any  reason  It  will  be  diflflcult  to 
meet  the  physician  In  charge  at  another 
time,  or  If  tbe  case  is  urgent,  or  If  It  be 
the  desire  of  the  patient,  he  may  examine 
the  patient  and  mall  his  written  opinion,  or 
see  that  It  is  delivered  under  seal,  to  the 
physician  In  charge.  Under  those  condi- 
tions, the  consultant's  conduct  must  be  espe- 
cially tactful ;  he  must  remember  that  be  Is 
framing  an  opinion  without  the  aid  of  tbe 
physician  who  has  observed  the  course  of 
the  disease. 

Patient  Referred  to  Specialist 
Sec.  4.  When  a  patient  Is  sent  to  one 
specially  skilled  In  the  care  of  the  condition 
from  vihich  he  Is  thought  to  be  suffering, 
and  for  any  reason  It  Is  Impracticable  for 
the  physician  In  charge  of  the  case  to  ac- 
company the  patient,  the  physician  In  charge 
should  send  to  the  consultant  by  mall,  or  In 
tbe  care  of  the  patient  under  seal,  a  history 
of  the  ca.se,  together  with  the  physician's 
opinion  and  an  outline  of  the  treatment,  or 
so  much  of  this  as  may  possibly  be  of  service 
to  the  consultant;  and  as  soon  as  possible 
after  the  case  has  been  seen  and  studied 
the  consultant  should  address  the  physician 
ill  charge  and  advise  him  of  the  results  of 
the  conaultJint'a  Investigation  of  the  case 
Botb  these  opinions  are  confidential  and 
must  be  so  regarded  by  the  consultant  and 
by  the  physician  In  charge. 

DIsoussloni  In  Consultation 
Sec.    5.      After    the    physicians    called    In 
consultation  have  completed  their  Investlra- 


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tlons  of  the  case,  they  majr  meet  by  them- 
mItm  to  discuss  conditions  and  determine 
the  course  to  be  followed  In  the  treatment 
of  the  patient.  No  statement  or  discussion 
patient  or  friends,  except  In  the  presence  of 
all  the  physicians  attending,  or  by  their 
common  consent ;  and  no  opinions  or  proK- 
nostlcatlnns  should  be  dellrered  as  a  result 
of  the  deliberations  of  the  consultants, 
which  hare  not  been  concurred  In  by  the 
coniultants  at  their  conference. 

Attending  Physician  Rasponslbl* 
Sec.  6.  The  physician  In  attendance  Is  In 
charge  of  the  case  and  Is  responsible  for  the 
treatment  of  the  patient.  Consequently,  he 
may  prescribe  for  the  patient  at  any  time 
and  Is  privileged  to  vary  the  mode  of  treat- 
ment outlined  and  agreed  on  at  a  consulta- 
tion whenever.  In  his  opinion,  such  a  change 
la  warranted.  However,  at  the  next  consul- 
tation, he  should  state  bis  reasons  for  de- 
parting from  the  course  decided  on  at  the 
previous  conference.  When  an  emergency 
occurs  during  the  absence  of  the  .attendlnc 
physician,  a  consultant  may  provide  for  the 
emergency  and  the  aubsequent  care  of  the 
patient  until  the  arrival  of  the  physician  In 
charge,  but  should  do  no  more  than  this 
without  the  consent  of  the  physician  In 
charge, 

Confllot  of  Opinion 

Sec  7.  Should  the  attending  physician 
and  the  consultant  And  It  Impossible  to 
agree  In  their  view  of  a  case  another  con- 
sultant should  be  called  to  the  conference 
or  the  first  consultant  should  withdraw. 
Bowerer,  since  the  consultant  was  employed 
by  the  patient  In  order  tliat  his  opinion 
might  be  obtained,  he  should  be  permitted 
to  state  the  result  of  bis  study  of  the  case 
to  the  patient,  or  his  next  friend  In  the 
presence  of  the  physician  In  charge. 

Consultant  and  Attondant 

Sec.  8.  When  a  physician  has  attended  a 
cas«  as  a  coiuultant,  he  should  not  become 
the  attendant  of  the  patient  during  that  Ill- 
ness except  with  the  consent  of  the  physi- 
cian who  was  in  charge  at  the  time  of  the 
consultation. 

Article    IV.— Duties   of   Physicians   in    Casat 

of    Interference 

Criticism  to  Be  Avoided 

Section  I.  The  physician.  In  his  Inter- 
course with  a  patient  under  the  care  of 
another  physician,  should  observe  the 
strictest  caution  and  reserve ;  should  give 
no  disingenuous  hints  relative  to  the  na- 
ture and  treatment  of  the  patient's  disor- 
der :  nor  should  the  course  of  conduct  of 
the  physician,  directly  or  Indirectly,  tend 
to  diminish  the  trust  reposed  In  the  at- 
tending physician. 

Social  Calls  on  Patient  of  Another 
Physician 
Sec  2.  A  physician  should  avoid  mak- 
ing social  calls  on  those  who  are  under 
the  professional  care  of  other  physicians 
without  the  knowledge  and  consent  of  the 
attendant.  Should  such  a  friendly  visit 
be  made,  there  should  be  no  Inquiry  rela- 
tive to  the  nature  of  the  disease  or  com- 
ment upon  the  treatment  of  the  case,  but 
the  conversation  should  be  on  subjects 
other  than  the  physical  condition  of  the 
patient 

ServicM  to  Patient  of  Another  Physician 
Sec.  3.  A  physician  should  never  take 
charge  of  or  prescribe  for  a  patient  who 
Is  under  the  care  of  another  physician, 
except  In  an  emergency,  until  after  the 
other  physician  has  relinquished  the  case 
or  has  been   properly   dismissed. 

Criticism  to  Be  Avoided 
Sec.  4.  When  a  physician  does  succeed 
another  physician  in  the  charge  of  a  case, 
he  should  not  make  comments  on  or  In- 
sinuations regarding  the  practice  of  the 
one  who  preceded  him.  Such  comments  or 
Insinuations  tend  to  lower  the  esteem  of 
the  patient  for  the  medical  profession  and 
ao  react  against  the  critic. 


Emergency   Cases 

Sec.  5,  When  a  physician  Is  called  In  an 
emergency  and  finds  that  he  has  been  sent 
for  because  the  family  attendant  la  not  at 
hand,  or  when  a  physician  Is  aaked  to  see 
another  physician's  patient  because  of  an 
aggravation  of  the  disease,  he  should  pro- 
vide only  for  the  patient's  Immediate  need 
and  should  withdraw  from  the  case  on 
the  arrival  of  the  family  physician  after 
he  has  reported  the  condition  found  and 
the  treatment  administered. 

Wkta  Saveral  Physicians  Art  Summonod 
Sec.  e.  When  several  physicians  have 
been  summoned  In  a  case  of  sudden  Illness 
or  of  accident,  the  first  to  arrive  should 
be  considered  the  physician  In  charge. 
However,  as  soon  as  the  exigencies  of  the 
case  permit,  or  on  the  arrival  of  the  ac- 
knowledged family  attendant  or  the  physi- 
cian the  patient  desires  to  serve  him.  the 
first  physician  should  withdraw  In  favor 
of  the  chosen  attendant;  should  the  pa- 
tient or  his  family  wish  some  one  other 
than  the  physician  known  to  t>«  the  family 
physician  to  take  charge  of  the  case  the 
patient  should  advise  the  family  physician 
of  his  desire.  When,  because  of  sudden 
Illness  or  accident,  a  patient  la  taken  to 
a  hospital,  the  patient  should  b«  returned 
to  the  care  of  bis  known  family  physician 
as  soon  at  the  condition  of  the  patient 
and  the  circumstancea  of  the  caae  warrant 
Ibis  transfer. 

A  Colleaguo's   Patient 

See.  7.  When  a  physician  is  requested 
by  a  colleague  to  care  for  a  patient  dur- 
ing bli  temporary  absence,  or  when,  be- 
cause of  an  emergency,  he  Is  a^ked  to  see 
a  patient  of  a  colleague,  the  physician  should 
treat  the  patient  In  the  same  manner  and 
with  the  same  delicacy  as  he  would  have 
one  of  bis  own  patients  cared  for  under 
similar  circumstancea.  The  patient  should 
be  returned  to  the  care  of  the  attaodlng 
physician  as  soon  as  possible. 

Relinquishing  Patient  to  Regular  Attendant 

See.  8.  When  a  physician  Is  calied  to 
the  patient  of  another  physician  during  the 
enforced  absence  of  that  physician,  the  pa- 
tient should  be  relinquished  on  tha  return 
of  the  latter. 

Substituting  In  Obstetrie  Work 
Sec.  9.  When  a  physician  attends  a  wo- 
man In  labor  In  the  absence  of  another  who 
has  been  engaged  to  attend,  such  physi- 
cian should  resign  the  patient  to  the  one 
first  engaged,  upon  bis  arrival;  the  physi- 
cian Is  entitled  to  compensation  for  the  pro- 
fessional services  he  may  have  rendered. 

Article  V. — Differenees  Between  Physicians 
Arbitration 
Section  1.  Whenever  there  arises  be- 
tween physicians  a  grave  difference  of 
opinion  which  cannot  be  promptly  ad- 
justed, the  dispute  should  be  referred  for 
arbitration  to  a  committee  of  Impartial 
physicians,  preferably  the  Board  of  Censors 
of  a  component  county  society  of  the  Ameri- 
can Medical  Association. 

Article  VI. — Compensation 

LImib   of   Gratuitous   Servica 

Section  1.  The  poverty  of  a  patient  and 
the  mutual  professional  obligation  of  physi- 
cians should  command  the  gratuitous  ser- 
vices of  a  physician.  But  Institutions  en- 
dowed by  societies,  and  organizations  for 
mutual  benefit,  or  for  accident,  sickness 
and  life  Insurance,  or  for  analogous  pur- 
poses, should  be  accorded  no  such  privileges. 

Contract  Practice 

Sec.  2.  It  Is  unprofessional  for  a  physi- 
cian to  dispose  of  his  services  under  con- 
ditions that  make  It  Impossible  to  render 
adequate  service  to  his  patient  or  which 
Interfere  with  reasonable  competition  among 
the  physicians  of  a  community.  To  do 
this  is  detrimental  to  the  public  and  to  the 
Individual  physician  and  lowers  the  dignity 
of  the  profession. 


8<erst  Division  of  Fees  Condemned 
See.  3.  It  Is  detrlmenul  to  the  public 
Kood  and  degrading  to  the  profcs-sion,  and 
therefore  unprofessional,  to  give  or  to  re- 
ceive a  commission.  It  Is  also  unprofes- 
sional to  divide  a  fee  for  medteal  advlee 
IT  surgical  treatment,  unless  the  patient  or 
his  next  friend  Is  fully  informed  as  to  the 
terms  of  the  transaction.  The  patient  should 
be  made  to  realize  that  a  proper  fee  should 
be  paid  the  family  physician  for  the  ser- 
vice he  renders  In  determining  the  surgical 
or  medical  treatment  suited  to  the  condi- 
tion, and  In  advising  concerning  those  bati 
qualified  to  render  any  special  service  that 
may  be  required  by  the  patient. 


CHAPTER  III.— THE  DUTIES  OF  THE 
PROFESSION  TO  THE  PUBLIC 


Physicians  as  CItizsns 
Section  1.  I'hyslclans,  as  good  citizens 
and  iMcause  their  professional  training 
specially  qusllfies  them  to  render  this  ser- 
vice, should  give  advice  concerning  the 
public  health  of  the  community.  They 
should  bear  their  full  part  In  enforcing  Its 
laws  and  sustaining  the  institutions  that 
advance  the  Interests  of  humanity.  They 
should  cooperate  especially  with  the  proper 
authorities  In  the  administration  of  sani- 
tary laws  and  regulations.  They  should  be 
ready  to  counsel  the  public  on  subjects  re- 
lating to  saniury  police,  public  hygiene  and 
legal  medicine. 

Pkyalelans  Should  Enlighten  Publlo— Duties 
In  Epidemles 

Sec.  t.  Physicians,  especially  those  en- 
gaged In  public  health  work,  should  enlight- 
en the  public  regarding  quarantine  regula- 
tltins ;  on  the  location,  arrangement  and 
dietaries  of  hospitals,  asylums,  schools, 
prisons  and  similar  Institutions;  and  con- 
cerning measures  for  the  prevention  of  epi- 
demic and  contagious  diseases.  When  an 
epidemic  prevails,  a  physician  must  con- 
tinue his  labors  for  the  alleviation  of  suffer- 
ing people,  without  regard  to  the  risk  to  his 
own  health  or  life  or  to  financial  return.  At 
all  times.  It  Is  the  duty  of  the  physician  to 
notify  the  properly  constituted  public  health 
authorities  of  every  caae  of  communicable 
disease  under  his  care,  in  accordance  with 
the  laws,  rules  and  regulations  of  the  health 
authorities  of  the  locality  In  which  the  pa- 
tient Is. 

Publie  Warned 

Sec.  3.  Physicians  should  warn  the  pub- 
lic against  the  devices  practiced  and  the 
false  pretensions  made  by  charlatans  which 
may  cause  Injury  to  health  and  loss  of  life. 

Pharmacists 
Sec.  4.  By  legitimate  patronage,  physi- 
cians should  recognize  and  promote  the  pro- 
fession of  pharmacy ;  but  any  pharmacist, 
unless  he  be  qualified  as  a  physician,  who 
a.ssumes  to  prescribe  for  the  sick,  should  be 
denied  such  countenance  and  support. 
Moreover,  whenever  a  druggist  or  pharmacist 
dispenses  deteriorated  or  adulterated  drugs, 
or  substitutes  one  remedy  for  another  desig- 
nated In  a  prescription,  he  thereby  forfeits 
all  claims  to  the  favorable  consideration  of 
the  public  and  physicians. 

Conclusion 
While  the  foregoing  statements  express  In 
a  gefleral  way  the  duty  of  the  physician  to 
hia  patients,  to  other  members  of  tbe  pro- 
fession and  to  the  profession  at  large,  as 
well  as  of  the  profession  to  the  public.  It  is 
not  to  be  supposed  that  they  cover  the  whole 
field  of  medical  ethics,  or  that  the  physician 
Is  not  under  many  duties  and  obligations 
besides  those  herein  set  forth.  In  a  word, 
it  is  Incumbent  on  tbe  physician  that  under 
all  conditions,  his  bearing  toward  patients, 
the  public  and  fellow  practitioners  should  be 
characterized  by  a  gentlemanly  deportment 
and  that  he  constantly  should  behave  toward 
others  as  he  desires  them  to  deal  with  him. 
Finally,  these  principles  are  primarily  for 
the  good  of  the  public  and  their  enforcement 
should  bo  conducted  in  such  a  manner  as 
shall  deserve  and  receive  the  endorsement  of 
the  community. 


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AMERICAN    MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


SESSIONS     AND     PRESIDENTS     OF     THE 
AMERICAN   MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION 


Year  and  Place  of  Meeting.  President. 

1847  Philadelphia.. Nathaniel  Chapman,  Pa.* 

1848  Baltimore. Alexander  H.  Stevens.  N.  Y.* 

1849  Boston John  C.  Warren,  Mass.* 

1850  Cincinnati..  .Reuben  D.   Mussey,  Ohio* 

1851  Charleston,  S.  C. James  Moultrie,  S.  C.» 

1852  Richmond,  Va.Beverly  R.  Wellford,  Va.« 

1853  New  Y'ork Jonathan  Knight,  Conn.* 

1854  St.   Louis Charles   A.   Pope,  Mo.* 

1855  Philadelphia George  B.  Wood,  Pa.* 

1856  Detroit,  Mich Zina  Pitcher,  Mich.* 

1857  NashvUle,   Tenn..Paul   F.   Eve,  Tenn.* 

1858  Washington Harvey  Llndsly,  D.  C* 

1859  Louisville,  Ky Henry   Miller.   Ky.* 

1860  New  Haven,  Conn Ell   Ives,   Conn.* 

1861  No  session  held. 

1862  No  session  held. 

1863  Chicago Alden    March,   N.Y.* 

1864  New   York N.   S.   Davis,  111.* 

1865  Bostont N.    S.    Davis.    111.* 

1866  Baltimore    

D.   Humphreys,  Storer,   Mass.* 

1867  Cinctonatl Henry  F.  Askew,  Del.* 

1868  Washington Samuel  D.   Gross,   Pa.* 

1869  New  Orleans.  .WllUam  O.Baldwin,  Ala* 

1870  Washington.  .George  Mendenhall,  Ohio* 

1871  San  Francisco Alfred   StIU,  Pa.* 

1872  Philadelphia D.  W.  Yandell,  Ky.* 

1873  St.  Louis Thomas  M.  Logan,  Calif.* 


1874  Detroit Joseph   M.    Toner.    D.    C* 

1875  Louisville,  Ky..W.  K.  Bowling,  Tenn.* 

1876  Philadelphia.  .J.   Marion   Sims.   N.    Y.* 

1877  Chicago Henry  I.  Bowditch.  Mass.* 

1878  Buffalo T.  G.   Richardson.  La* 

1879  Atlanta,  Ga.  .Theophllus  Parvln.  Ind.* 

1880  New  York Lewis  A.  Sayre,  N.  Y.* 

1881  Richmond,   Va..John   T.   Hodgen.   Mo.* 

1882  St.  Paul.. J.  J.  Woodward,  U.  S.  Army* 

1883  Cleveland John    L.    Atlee.    Pa* 

1884  Washington Austir.   Flint,   N.    Y.* 

1885  New  Orleans H.  F.   Campbell.   Ga.* 

1886  St.  Louis William  Brodle,  Mich.* 

1887  Chicago E.  H.  Gregorj-.  Mo.* 

1888  Cincinnati.... A.   Y.   P.  Gvnet,  D.   C* 

1889  Newport.  R.   I..W.  W.  Dawson,   Ohio* 

1890  Nashville,  Tenn..E.   M.  Moore,  N.  Y.* 

1891  Washington W.  T.  Briggs,  Tenn.* 

1892  Detroit H,  O.  Marcy,  Mass. 

1893  .Milwaukee Hunter   McGuire.  Va.* 

1894  San  Francisco. James  F,  Hlbberd,  Ind.* 

1895  Baltimore Donald  McLean,  Mich.* 

1896  Atlanta,  Ga R.  B.  Cole,  Calif* 

1897  Philadelphia Nicholas   Senn,    111.* 

1898  Denver. Geo.  M.  Sternberg,  U.  S.  Army* 

1899  Columbus.  Ohio J.  M.  Mathews,  Ky. 

1900  Atlantic  City,  N.  J...W.  W.  Keen.  Pa. 

1901  St.    Paul C.    A.    L.    Reed,   Ohio 

1902  Saratoga  Sprtags.  N.  Y 

John   A.  Wyeth,   N.   Y.» 

1903  New   Orleans Frank   BUItngs,   III. 

1904  Atlantic  City,  N.  J.. J.  H.  Musser,  Pa.* 


1905  Portland,  Ore L.  S.  McMurtry,  Ky. 

1906  Boston W.   J.   Mayo,   Minn. 

1907  Atlantic   City,   N.  J 

Jos.  D.  Bryant,  N.  X.* 

1908  Chicago H.    L.    Burrell.    Mass.* 

1909  Atlantic    City,    N.    J 

Wm.  C.  Gorgas,  U.  S.  Army* 

1910  St.  Louis,  Mo Wm.  H.  Welch.  Md. 

1911  Los  Angeles John  B.  Murphy.  111.* 

1912  Atlantic  City,  N.  J 

Abraham  Jacobl,  N.Y.* 

1913  Minneapolis    

John  A.  Wltherspoon.  Tenta. 

1914  Atlantic  City,  N.  J 

...Victor  C.  Vaughan,  Mich. 

1915  San   Francisco 

William   L.   Rodman.  Pa.» 

Albert  Vander  Veer,  Albany.  N.  Y. 

1916  Detroit Rupert  Blue.  U.  S.  1".  H.  8. 

1917  New  York Charles  H.   Mayo,   Minn. 

1918  Chicago Arthur  D.  Bevan,  III. 

1B19  Atlantic   City.   N.   J... 

Alexander  Lambert,  N.  Y. 

1920  New  Orleans.. W.  C.  Bralsted,  U.  S.  Navy 

1921  Boston Hubert  Work,  Pueblo,  Colo. 

1922  Si.  Louis George  E.  de  Si'hwelnitz 

1923  San  Francisco. .  .Ray  Lyman   Wilbur. t 
JPresident-Eleft. 


•Deceased. 

tThe  constitution  having  been  amended 
regarding  the  election  of  ofBcera,  Dr.  Davis 
presided  at  Boston  also. 

tProsldent-El.'il. 


DIRECTORY     INFORMATION 


Part  I— National  and  Interstate  Information 
American     Medical    Association     and    Its    Officers.     Constitution, 
By-Laws.   Principles  of  Medical  Ethics,   Sessions  and  Presi- 
dents    * 

National  and  Interstate  Societies 1' 

Medical  Colleges  20 

ClasslHed  Hospitals  and  Sanatorluras S9 

Hospital  Furnishing  Acceptable  Internships 51 

Medical  Libraries  «" 

Medical  Journals  '5 

Medical  Officers  of  the  Army,  Navy  and  Public  Health  Service 71 

Physicians  in  the  Indian  Field  Service 84 

Members  of  Special  .Medical  Societies 88 

Part  II— Information  Under  Each  State 

Population  1920. 

Number  of  Counties  In  State. 

Number  of  Physicians. 

Number  of  Members  Constituent  State  Society. 

Medical   Practice  Law. 

Members.  State  Board  of  HealUi,  Examining  Boards. 

Officers  of  Constituent  SUU  Society  and  Editor  State  Journal. 

Officers  of  Component  County  or  District  Medical  Societies. 

City,  County  and  District  Health  Officers. 

State  Institutions. 

Hospitals,  Sanatorlums  and  Charitable  Institutions. 

List  of   Physicians 

Part  III — Index  of  Physicians 

Names  of  physicians  are  arranged  alphabetically  by  surnames.  Kull 
names  are  given  In  place  of  Initials  whenever  possible.  The 
address  which  follows  each  name  Indicates  the  portion  of  the 
classified  directory  where  complete  information  regarding  the 
physician  Is  given.     Key  to  aj'mbols  used  In  the  Index : 

t  Refers  to  addenda. 

t  Indicates  death.     Date  of  death  noted  In  addenda. 

8  Address  unknown. 


SPECIAL     EXPLANATORY  NOTES 

Addenda  (Page  1871) 
The  addenda  Include  the  names  of  physicians  received  too  late  to 
classify  :  also  corrections  and  deaths  recorded  during  the  print- 
ing of   the   directory.      These   names   appear   in    the   Index,   fol 
lowed  by  the  symbols  t  for  addenda  and  t  for  death. 

Addresses   Unknown   (Page   1841) 

It  has  been  deemed  advisable  to  include  In  this  edition  an  alpha- 
betical list  of  physicians,  with  data,  whose  pre.seut  locations 
are  unknown.  These  names  appear  in  the  ludei,  fallowed  by 
the   symbol    t. 

Local  Address  and  Office  Hours 
Local   addresses  and   office  hours   are   given   In  all  cities  of  20,000 
population  and  over. 

Number  of  Physicians 
The  number  la  given  In  cities  that  have  one  hundred  (100)  or  more 
physicians :  number  In  states,  see  page  8. 

Pathologists,  Bacteriologists,  Etc. 
Pathologists,  Bacteriologists,  etc..  are  Included  in  this  directory  wbeD 
they   are    medical    graduates.      If   not    in    medical    practice,   no 
license  is  re<iulred. 

Physicians  Listed  Under  Two  Places 

When  a  physician  lives  In  one  town  and  has  an  office  In  another, 
all  data  are  given  In  one  place,  only  names  and  references  In 
the  other. 

Population 

Population  given  at  the  beginning  of  each  state  and  after  each  city 
In  the  United  States  Is  obtained  from  the  Census  of  1920. 

R.  D.  and  Neighboring  P.  O. 

Names  of  cities  and  towns  are  printed  according  to  the  Ofllcl.ni  Postal 
(iuldes  of  the  United  States  and  Canada.  The  pnlU  Hnlnl  Is 
abbreviated,  as  St.  Louis.  (R.D.)  is  given  in  all  places  receiving 
mall  by  rural  delivery;  (P.O.)  In  all  places  receiving  mall  at  a 
neighboring  postofflce.  These  postofflces  must  always  be  used  In 
addressing  physicians  In  such  places. 


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Anarieui  Academy  of  Medicine 
Organized  ISTiJ.  Wm.  L.  E.ste».  Sr.,  Pres- 
ident, Soutli  llctlilehem.  i'li.  ;  Frederick  L. 
Van  Sickle,  rresldent-KlecI.  Olypliant.  Pa.; 
PhUlp  Zeiiner,  Vne  I'resUl.ni.  (incliinati; 
Kdffar  M.  (Jreeii.  Tren-^urer.  Kast(pn,  Pa.  ; 
T.  W.  (ira.vson.  .«eiret:i]j,  Jenkins  .\rcade, 
PIttsburitli. 

American    Academy    of    Ophthalmolony    and 
Oto- Laryngology 

Oritanlzed  IS!'.'..  T.  K.  Carmody,  Presi- 
dent, Metropolitan  BldK.,  Denver:  Hunter 
Mctiuire,  ilrst  Vice  President,  Wliulioster, 
Va.  :  .lohn  H.  Murse,  Second  Vice  Pres- 
ident, Minneapolis;  8.  H.  McKee,  Third 
Vice  President.  Montreal,  Que.  :  Secord  H. 
lATKe.  Treasurer.  Cleveland ;  Luther  C. 
Peter,  Secretary,  152!*  Spruce  St..  Pliil.idel- 
phla  ;  Clarence  l>neb.  Editor  of  Transitc- 
tlons,  Chicago.  Next  meeting,  Wasblngton, 
D.    C,  Oct.    16-20.    1923. 

American    Association    of    Anatontlsts 

Oruanlzed  1S8S.  C.  M.  .lackson.  Presi- 
dent, MlnnetTpolis ;  Har4>ltl  I).  Senior,  Vice 
President  New  York  City  :  l>cwis  H  Weed. 
Secretary-Treasurer,  Johns  Hopkins  -Medi- 
cal School.  Baltimore. 

Anarlcan  Association  of  AnaethsMsts 
Organized  11>12.  Eleanor  Seymour,  Presi- 
dent, Los  Angeles ;  Vlca  Presidents,  F.  L. 
Richardson,  Boston,  and  Samuel  Jobnst^m, 
Toronto,  Ont ;  K.  H.  McMechan,  Secretary- 
Treasurer.  Avon  I<ake,  Ohio;  Executive  Com- 
mittee, Thos.  J.  Collier,  Atlanta.  Ga.,  and 
Chas.    £.    Eha,    Cincinnati. 

American  Association  of  CHnical  Reteareli' 
Organized  1909.  Itoger  M.  Grlawold, 
President,  Kensington.  Conn. ;  Joseph  Weltz. 
Vice  President,  Montpcllcr,  Ohio ;  James 
Krauss,  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  419 
Boylston  St.,  Boston.  Next  meeting,  Phila- 
delphia, October.   1923. 

American  Association  of  Genito-Urinary 
Surgeons 

Organized  1S86.  Wm.  E.  Lower.  President. 
Cleveland;  Richard  F.  O'Xell,  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Boston ;  Henry  G.  Bugbee.  Secretarj' 
and  Treasurer,  40  E.  41st  St.,  New  York 
City.     Next  meeting,  Cleveland,  spring,  1923. 

American   Association   ef   Immunologists 

Organized  1913.  Sixty-one  charter  mem- 
bers. Geo.  W.  McCoy,  President,  Hygienic 
Laboratory,  Washington,  D.  C.  ;  Arthur  F. 
Coca,  Secretary -Treasurer,  55  Delaware 
Ave.  Flushing,  N.  Y.  Council:  Rufus  Cole, 
Rockefeller  Institute,  New  Y'ork  City :  Fred- 
erick P.  Gay,  Cnlversity  of  California, 
Berkeley;  H.  Gideon  Wells.  Inlverslty  of 
Chicago ;  Hans  Zinsser,  New  Y"ork  City ; 
F.  G.  Novy.  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.  Next  meet- 
ing, Boston,  1923. 

American    Association    of    industrial    Piiysi- 
cians  and   Surgeons 
C.    E.    Ford,    President,    New    Y^ork    City ; 
William  A.  Sawyer,  Secretary,  Eastman  Ko- 
dak Co.,   Rochester,   N.   Y. 


American   Asiociation   of   Modieal   Milk 
Commhdoni 

Organized  1907.  W.  H.  DonDcll;,  Presi- 
dent, Brooklyn ;  R.  R.  Ferguson,  Secretary- 
Treasurer,  4175  Irving  Park  Blvd.*.  Chicago. 
Next   meeting,   San   Francisco. 

American  Association  of  Olistetriciani,  Gyae- 
coiogists  and  Abdominal  Surgeons 
Organized  isss.  (iordon  K.  Dickinson. 
President,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. ;  G.  V.  Urown, 
First  Vlie  I'resldent,  Detroit  ;  J.  A  Harrar, 
Second  Vice  President,  New   V     "  W. 

G.   Dice,  Treasurer.  Toledo,   i  -   E 

Davis,    Secretary,     Detroit.  :ing, 

Philadelphia,  Sept.    19-21,   192... 

American  Atsociation  of  Patlioloflstt  and 
Bacterioiogiats 
Organized  1900.  Paul  A.  Lewis.  Presi- 
dent. Philadelphia  ;  Vice  President,  James 
Ewing,  New  York;  Howard  T.  Karsner.  Sec- 
relao'.  Cleveland  ;  F.  B.  Mallorj .  Treasurer. 
Boston.  Next  meeting.  Boaton,  March. 
1923. 

Amtriean   AasoelaUeo   of  Railway  Suriaoni 

Organized  1904.  John  H.  RlsliniUler. 
President.  Minneapolis ;  Vice  Presidents, 
Karl  F.  Snyder,  Freepfirt,  111. ;  A.  C.  Stokes. 
Omaha.  Neb. ;  J.  E.  Garner.  Atlanta.  Ga. ; 
B.  B.  Jennings,  Treasurer,  i  un.Mi  KiufTa. 
Iowa ;    Louia    J.    Mitchell,    s.  tor. 

29     E.     Madison     St.,     Chi.  -.ve 

Board,  S.  C.  Plummer,  D.  Y.  1..  ,.,,,-.  rt  H. 
Bohart,  C.  W.  Hopkins,  G.  «;.  l>ow-I>all, 
J.  R.  Hollowbush.  Next  meeting,  Oct  17- 
19,  1923. 

American  Association  for  the  Study  of  tlie 
Feeble- IHinded 
Organized  1876.  C.  Banks  McNaiO', 
President,  KInston.  N.  C. ;  Benjamin  M. 
Baker,  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Laeonia, 
N.  H.     Next  meeting,  Detroit. 

American  Child  Hygiene  Association 

Organized  1909.  Herbert  Hoover,  Presi- 
dent, Washington,  D.  C. ;  Vice  Presidents. 
Fred  L.  Adair,  Minneapolis;  Miss  Mary 
Arnold,  New  York  City ;  Mr.  Corcoran 
Thorn,  Treasurer,  Washington.  D.  C. ;  Rich- 
ard M.  Smith,  Secretary,  3".".  Marlboro 
St,  Boston :  Richard  A.  Bolt,  General  Di- 
rector; Miss  Harrlette  h.  Leete,  R.N..  Field 
Director;  Ellen  C.  Babbitt.  Research  Editor. 

American    Ciimateiogicai   and   Clinical 
Association 

Organized  1883.  Charles  W.  Richardson, 
President,  Washington,  D.  C.  ;  Vice  Presi- 
dents, George  W.  Norrls.  Philadelphia  ;  Will 
Howard  Swan,  Colorado  Springs.  Colo.  ; 
Arthur  K.  Stone,  Secretary-Treasurei%  Au- 
burn St..  Framlngham  Centre,  Mass.  : 
Cleavland  Floyd.  Recorder,  Boston.  Next 
meeting.  Niagara  Falls,  Ont..  May  23-25, 
1923. 

American   College  of  Surgeons 

Organized  1913.  John  B.  Deaver,  Presi- 
dent. Philadelphia:  Henry  H.  Sherk,  First 
Vice  President,  Pasadena,  Calif.;  George 
P.  Miller,  Second  Vice  President.  Philadel- 
phia; Franklin  H.  Martin,  Director  General, 
Chicago  ;  A.  J.   Ochsner,  Treasurer,  Chicago. 


Aaarisaa  Danaatolofieal  Aiioelatloa 

Organized  1876.  Howard  Morrow,  Presi- 
dent, San  Francisco ;  John  E.  Ij>ne,  Vice 
President,  New  Haven,  Conn.;  I'do  Julius 
WUe,  Secretary-Treasurer,  University  Hos- 
plUI,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich. ;  Howard  Fox,  His- 
torian. New  Yorlt.  Next  meeting.  Ann  Ar- 
bor. .Mich,.  June,  1923. 

Amsrican  Elactrotkerapeutio  Association 
Organized     1890.       Frank     E.     Peckham. 
President,   Providence.    It    L ;   Barry    Eaton 

Stewart,   First   Vice   Presirt ^ Haven. 

Conn. ;  T.  Howard  Plank.  Pres- 

ident, Chicago;   Robert   J  Third 

Vice    President.     Re.'  »  icior     C. 

Pedersen.  Fourth  Vi  t,  New  Y'ork 

City;    WUIanI     P     \  Fifth    Vice 

President.  Iraveli. 

Treasurer  :<ovacs. 

Correapoi  ^    city ; 

Board  of  \  liiiani  Mar- 

tin. Fred  .  ars,   Byron 

Sprague.    1  :!  ...   ihree   years. 

VlrgU  C.  Kliiiiey.  William  D.  .McFee ;  Ed- 
itor of  Official  Journal,  William  Benbam 
Snow.  Next  meeting.  Providence,  R.  I.,  Sep- 
tember.   1923. 

Amarieaa  Gaitro-Enterologloal  Association 
George  B.  Eusterraan.  President,   1: 
ter,  Minn. ;  R.  Walter  Mills,  Vice  Pr. 
Bt.  Louis;  Clement  R.  Jones,  Tre,.Mii.-.  i  .•> 
burgh;     Arthur     F.     Chace,     Serri.ri.     'j:. 
Park     Ave.,     New     York     City ;     Kriie^t     H 
Gaither,  Recorder,  Baltimore. 

American  Gynecologicai  Society 
Organized  1870.  John  A.  Sampson,  Presi- 
dent, Albany,  N.  Y*. ;  Vice  Presidents.  Brook 
M.  Anspach.  Philadelphia  ;  Frank  W.  Lynch, 
San  Francisco ;  Charles  C.  Norrls.  Treaaurer, 
Philadelphia;  Arthur  H.  Curtis.  Secretjin , 
104  S.  Michigan  Ave.,  Chicago  ;  membership 
limited  to  100  Fellows.  Next  meeting.  Hot 
Springs,  Va.,  May  21-23,  1923. 

American  Hospital  Association 
Organized  1899.  Mr.  Asa  Bacon.  Presi- 
dent, Chicago;  M.  T.  MacEachem,  Presi- 
dent-Elect;  A.  K.  Haywood,  First  Vice  Pres- 
ident; Miss  Charlotte  Alkens,  Second  Vice 
President;  R.  G.  Broderlck,  Third  Vice 
President;  Robert  J.  Wilson,  Treasurer; 
Board  of  Trustees.  M.  T.  MacEachem,  A.  C. 
Bachmeyer.  Jlr.  Asa  S.  Bacon.  Daniel  S. 
Test,  Rev.  .Maurice  F.  Griffin.  Mr.  Richard 
P.  Borden,  Robert  J.  Wlla<m.  .Miss  Mary  H. 
Rlddell,  Mr.  H.  E.  Webster ;  A.  R.  Warner, 
Executive  Secretary,  22  E  Ontario  St.  Chi- 
cago. 

American  institute  of  Homeopatliy 
Organized  1844.  Claude  A.  Burrett,  Pres- 
ident, Coitimbus,  Ohio;  Julia  Holmes  Smith, 
Honorary  President,  Chicago;  I.«ster  E. 
Slemon,  First  Vice  President,  Cleveland ; 
U  A.  Royal,  Second  Vice  President,  West 
Liberty.  Iowa ;  Conrad  Wesselhoeft,  Third 
Vice  President,  Boston  ;  Richard  H.  Street. 
Treasurer,  Chicago ;  C.  A.  Harkness,  Secre- 
tary, 29  E.  Madison  St.  Chicago. 

American    Laryngologicai   Association 

Organized  1878.  Emil  Mayer,  President, 
New  Y'ork:  George  Fetterolf,  First  Vice 
President,  Philadelphia :  Lorenzo  B.  Lock- 
ard.  Second  Vice  President.  Denver;  George 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


M.  Coates,  Secretary,  Philadelphia;  J.  Pay- 
son  Clark,  Treasurer;  J.  B.  Bryan,  Li- 
brarian ;  Councilors,  H.  P.  Mosher,  C.  13. 
Coakley,  Harmon  Smith,  N.  H.  Pierce; 
Biographer,  D.  B.  Delaven;  Abstract  Ed- 
itor, Charles  J.  Imperatori. 

American  Laryngological,  Rliinological  and 
Otological  Society 
Organized  1S95.  Dunbar  Roy,  President, 
Atlanta,  Ga. ;  F.  Nolton  Bigelow,  Providence, 
B.  I. ;  William  G.  Harrison,  Birmingham, 
Ala. ;  Gordon  B.  New,  Rochester,  Minn. ; 
Robert  Levy,  Denver;  Isaac  H.  Jones,  Los 
Angeles,  Vice  Presidents;  Ewlng  W.  Day, 
Treasurer,  Pittsburgh ;  William  H.  Haskins, 
Secretary,  New  York  City ;  George  L.  Rich- 
ards, Chairman  Publication  Committee,  Fall 
River,   Mass. 

American    Medical   Association 

See  pp.  9-16. 

American  Medical  Editors'  Association 
Organized  1869.  Frank  C.  Lewis,  Presi- 
dent, New  York;  D.  S.  Falrchiid,  Vice 
President,  Clinton,  Iowa;  F.  H.  McMechan, 
Secretary-Treasurer,  Avon  Lake,  Ohio ;  Ex- 
ecutive Committee,  H.  E.  Lewis,  Mr.  C.  C. 
Taylor,  T.   L.   Stedman. 

American     Neurological    Association 

Organized  1875.  Harvey  Cushing,  Presi- 
dent. Boston ;  Vice  Presidents,  Herman 
Hoppe,  Cincinnati ;  Charles  S.  Potts.  Phila- 
delphia ;  Frederick  Tilney,  Secretary,  870 
Madison  Ave.,  New  York  City ;  Councilors, 
J.  R.  Hunt,  H.  M.  Thomas,  T.  H.  Weisen- 
burg,  S.  J.  Schwab,  Adolf  Meyer.  Next 
meeting,   Boston,    1923. 

American  Orthopedic  Association 
Organized  1887.  Ralph  R.  Fitch,  Presi- 
dent, Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  William  S.  Baer, 
President-Elect,  Baltimore ;  Fred  H.  Albee, 
Vice  President,  New  York  City ;  John  L. 
Porter,  Treasurer,  Chicago ;  DeForest  P. 
Willard,  Secretary,  1630  Spruce  St.,  Phila- 
delphia. Next  meeting,  Rochester,  N.  Y., 
June  7-9,  1923. 

American    Otological    Society 

Organized  18G7.  George  E.  Shambaugh, 
President,  Chicago;  John  B.  Rae,  Vice  Pres- 
ident, New  York  City ;  Thomas  J.  Harris, 
Secretary-Treasurer,  104  E.  40th  St.,  New 
York  City.  Next  meeting,  Atlantic  City, 
N.  J.,  May,   1923. 

American    Pathological    SoeUty 

£.  L.  Opie,  President,  St.  Ix>uis;  Wade 
H.  Brown.  Secretary,  Rockefeller  Institute, 
New   York   City. 

American  Pediatric  Society 

Organized  1888.  L.  Emmi-tt  Holt,  Presi- 
dent New  York  City ;  William  W.  Butter- 
worth.  Vice  President,  New  Orleans ;  How- 
ard Childs  Carpenter,  Secretary  and  Trea- 
surer, 1803  Spruce  St,  Philadelphia;  Henrj- 
L.  K.  Shaw,  Recorder  and  Editor,  Albany 
N.  Y.  Next  meeting.  French  Lick,  Ind.. 
May    31-June    2,    1923. 

American  Pharmacological  Society 
C.  W.  Edmunds,  President.  University  of 
Michigan,  Ann  Arl>or,  Mich. ;  E.  D.  Brown, 
Secretary,  University  of  Minnesota,  Min- 
neapolis, Minn.  Next  meeting,  St.  Loula, 
Mo. 

Amwican  Physiological  Society 
Organized  1887.  Prof.  A.  J.  Carlson, 
President,  Chicago :  J.  Erlanger.  Treasurer. 
St.  Louis :  Mr.  Charles  W.  Greene.  Secre- 
tary. 814  Virginia  Are..  Columbia,  Mo.;  Mr. 
D.  D.  Van  Slyke,  Chairman  of  the  Exec- 
utive Board  of  the  Federation  of  American 
Societies  for  Experimental  Biology,  New 
York  City.  Next  mcellng,  St.  Louis,  Dec. 
27-29.  1923. 

American  Proctologic  Society 
Organized  1899.  Emmelt  H.  Terrell,  Pres- 
ident, Kiihmond.  Va. ;  William  11.  KIger. 
Vice  Pruldent,  Los  Angeles ;  Ralph  W. 
Jackson,  Secretary-Treasurer,  245  Cherry 
St.,  Fail  River,  .Mass. ;  Executive  Council. 
Emmet  H.  Terrell,  Descum  C.  McKenney, 
Granville  S.  Banes,  Ralph  W.  Jackson.  Next 
meeting,  Los  Angeles,  June  22-23,   1923. 


American  Psychiatric  Association 
Organized  1844.  H.  W.  Mitchell,  Presi- 
dent, Warren,  Pa. ;  Thos.  W.  Salmon,  Vice 
President,  New  York  City;  C.  Floyd  Havi- 
land,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Albany,  N.  Y. 
Next  meeting,  June   19-22,   Detroit. 

American    Psychoanalytic   Association 

Organized  1911.  C.  C.  Wheeling,  Presi- 
dent, Pittsburgh ;  C.  P.  Oberndorf,  Secretary, 
249  W.    79th  St.,   New   York  City. 

American    Psychopathological    Association 
Organized  1910.    John  T.  MacCurdy,  Pres- 
ident,   New    York   City ;    Sanger   Brown,    2d. 
Secretary-Treasurer,    173   E.    70th   St.,   New 
York  City 

American    Public   Health    Association 

Organized  1872.  E.  C.  Levy,  President; 
Henrj-  F.  Vaughan,  First  Vice  President ; 
Gabriel  M.  Malde,  Second  Vice  President; 
H.  L.  Rockwood,  Third  Vice  President; 
Roger  I.  Lee,  Treasurer ;  A.  W.  Hedrick,  Sec- 
reury.  370,  7th  Ave.,  New  York  City ;  Ex- 
ecutive Committee.  M.  P.  Ravenel,  Roger  I. 
Lee,  A.  W.  Hedrlch.  A.  J.  McLaughlin, 
E.  C.  Levy.  E.  A.  Wlnslow,  Lee  K.  Frankel, 
C.   J.  Hastings. 

American    Roentgen   Ray  Society 

Organized  1900,  Holils  E.  Potter,  Presi- 
dent-Elect, Chicago;  W.  W.  Watklns,  Secre- 
tary, Goodrich  Bldg.,  Phoenix,  Ariz.  Next 
meeting,   Chicago,  1923. 

American  Sanitarium  Association 
Organized  1905.     I<awrason  Brown,  Presi- 
dent ;  Walter  Rathbun,  Vice  President ;  E.  S. 
McSwecncy,     Secretary-Treasurer,     132     E. 
36th  St.,  New  York. 

American  School  Hygiene  Association 
Organized  1907.  Thomas  D.  Wood,  Presi- 
dent, New  York  City ;  Arnold  Gesseli,  Vice 
President,  New  Haven,  Conn. ;  Harry  B. 
Burns,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Board  of  Pub- 
lic   Education,    Pittsburgh. 

American  Social  HyglMia  Association 
Organized  1914.  Hermann  M.  Brlggs. 
President :  Vice  Presidents,  John  J.  Eagan. 
.lohn  H.  Stokes.  William  S.  Keller,  Ray  Ly- 
man Wilbur;  Jerome  f).  Greene.  Treasurer: 
Donald  R.  Hooker,  Secretary,  Roland  Park, 
Md. ;  WUllam  F.  Snow,  General  Director. 

American  Society  of  Biological  Chemists 
Philip  A.  Shaffer,  Ph.D.,  President,  Wash- 
ington University.  Medical  School,  St.  Louis; 
Victor  C.  Myers,  Ph.D.,  Secretary,  New  York 
Post  Graduate  Medical  School,  New  York 
City.  Next  meeting,  St.  Louis,  Dec.  2T-29, 
ii)2:i. 

American  Society  of  Clinical  Pathologist! 

Philip  Hiilkowltz,  President,  Denver;  Wil- 
liam C.  MacCarty,  First  Vice  President. 
Rochester.  Minn. ;  Herbert  R.  Brown.  Second 
Vice  President.  Rochester.  N.  Y. ;  Ward  Bur- 
dlck.  Secretary-Treasurer.  Denver ;  Execu- 
tive Committee,  Josiah  J.  Moore,  Chicago ; 
J.  H.  Black.  Dallas,  Texas ;  Murray  C. 
Stone.  Springfield.  Mo. ;  Board  of  Censors, 
A.  H.  Schade,  Toledo.  Ohio;  Francis  L. 
Burnett,  Boston  ;  Willis  P.  Butler,  Sbreve- 
port.  La. 

American  Society  of  Tropical  Madlelna 
Organized  1903.  Ceorge  Dock.  President, 
St.  liouis ;  Vice  I'resldcnts,  Sidney  K. 
Simon.  New  Orleans;  Joseph  F.  Slier.  Wash- 
ington. D.  C. ;  B.  H.  Ransom,  Secretary- 
Treasurer.  U.  S.  Bureau  of  Animal  ndus- 
try.  Washington.  D.  C. ;  Allen  J.  Smith,  As- 
sistant   Secretary,    Philadelphia. 

American  Society  for  Experimental 
Pathology 
Organized  1912.  Howard  T.  Kasner. 
President ;  Eugene  L.  Opie,  Vice  President ; 
Wade  H.  Brown.  Secretary -Treasurer; 
rnuncilors,  A.  R.  Dochez  and  George  W. 
Whipple. 

American    Surgical    Asiociation 

Organized  ISSO.  L.  I...  MeArthur.  Presi- 
dent ;  Vice  Presidents.  Eliot  Ellsworth.  Jr., 
Donald  C.  Balfour ;  C.  H.  Peck,  Treasurer ; 
John  H.  Jopson.  Recorder;  Robert  B.  Green- 


ough.  Secretary,  8  Marlborough  St.,  Bos- 
ton ;  Council,  George  E.  Brewer,  John  B. 
Roberts,  John  M.   T.  Finney. 

American  Therapeutic  Society 
Organized  1900.  Charles  G.  Jennings, 
President,  Detroit ;  Harry  B.  Anderson.  First 
Vice  President,  Toronto,  Ont. ;  Fitch  C.  E. 
Mattison,  Second  Vice  President.  Pasadena, 
Calif. ;  Thomas  P.  Reiliey,  Third  Vice  Pres- 
ident, New  York;  Lewljs  H.  Taylor,  Secre- 
tary, The  Cecil,  Washington,  D.  C. ;  Spencer 
L.  Dawes,  Treasurer,  New  York :  Noble  P. 
Barnes,  Chairman  of  Council.  Washington. 
D.  C. ;  C.  E.  DeM.  Sajous.  Chairman  Ad- 
mission Committee,  Philadelphia ;  Jacob 
Doner,    Editor    of    Transactions. 

American  Urological  Association 
Organized  1902.  Henry  L.  Sanford,  Pres- 
ident; James  A.  Gardner,  Vice  President; 
James  B.  Cross,  Treasurer ;  H.  G.  Hamer. 
Secretary,  723  Hume-Mansur  Bldg.,  In- 
dianapolis ;  Executive  Committee,  C.  R. 
O'Crowiey,  H.  A.  Fowler.  E.  O.  Smltt, 
George  R.  Livermore,  W.  M.  Spltzer.  Next 
meeting.    Rochester,  Minn.,   1923. 

America's  Lithuanian  Medical  Association 
Organized  1912.  V.  A.  Slmkus,  Presi- 
dent, Chicago;  C.  K.  Kllauga.  Vice  President, 
Chicago ;  J.  Kulius,  Treasurer,  Chicago ; 
A.  L.  Gralczunaa,  Secretary,  3310  S.  Hal- 
sted  SL,  Chicago.  Next  meeting,  Jan.  26, 
1923. 

Association    of   American    Medical    CollegM 

Organized  1890.  Charles  P.  Emerson, 
President,  Indianaiiolis;  Irving  S.  t'lilter. 
Vice  President,  Omaha ;  Fred  C.  Kaplfe. 
Secretary-Treasurer.  3431  Lexington  St., 
Chicago. 

Association  of  American  Physiolant 
Organized  1886.  James  B.  Uerrick,  Pres- 
ident, Chicago;  C.  F.  Martin,  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Montreal,  Que. ;  Thomas  .McCrae, 
Secretary,  Philadelphia ;  J.  A.  Capps.  Trea- 
surer, Chicago:  Thomas  A.  Boggs.  Recorder. 
Baltimore.  Next  meeting,  Atlantic  City, 
N.   J..  May.   1923. 

Association  of  American  Teachers  of  tha 
Diseases  of  Children 
Organized  1907.  John  A.  Foote,  Presi- 
dent, Washington,  D.  C. ;  Robert  A.  Strong. 
Vice  President,  Pass  Christian.  Miss. :  J. 
Victor  Greenebaum.  Secretary-Treasurer.  4 
W.  17th  St.,  Cincinnati :  Senators,  Isaac 
Abt,  Chicago;  E.  P.  Copeland.  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  W.  A.  Mulherln.  Augusta,  Ga.  Next 
meeting,   San   Francisco. 

Association    of   Life   Insurance   Medical 
Directors 

Organized  1889,  Thomas  F.  McMahon, 
President;  Frank  L.  Grosvenor,  First  Vice 
President;  William  R.  Ward.  Second  Vice 
President:  Angles  B.  Hobbs.  Secretary.  346 
Broadway.  New  York;  Charles  L.  ChrlsUer- 
nin.  Treasurer;  Robert  M.  Daley,  Editor  of 
Proceedings. 

Association  of  Military  Surgeons  of  tho 
United  States 

Col.  Charles  Lynch,  I'rcsldent ;  Lieut. - 
CoL  D.  8.  Falrchiid.  Second  Vice  President: 
8r.  Surg.  J.  C.  Perry.  Third  Vice  Presi- 
dent; Col.  James  Rubb  Church.  Secretary - 
Treasurer,  Array  Medical  Museum,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  Lieut.-Coi.  F.  H.  Garrison, 
Assistant   Secretary. 

Canadian    Medical   Association 

Organized  1867.  Charles  F.  Martin, 
President,  Montreal,  Que. ;  J.  W.  Scane, 
Secretary-Treasurer,  836  University  SL, 
Montreal,  yue.  Next  meeting  at  Montreal, 
the  third   week   in   June,    1923. 

Canadian  Society  of  Anaosthetlstt 

William  Welister,  President,  Wionlpes, 
Man. ;  David  H.  Arnott,  Vice  President, 
I>ondon,  Ont. ;  Wesley  Bourne,  Secretary- 
Treasurer,  34  St.  .Mark  St.,  Montreal.  Quo.; 
Executive  Committee.  J.  L.  Alien.  Calgary, 
Sask. ;  Thomas  R.  Haniey,  Toronto,  Ont. ; 
Charles  La  Rocque,  Montreal,  Que. ;  Walter 
L.  Muir.  Halifax,  N.  S. 


18 


NATIONAL    AND    INTERSTATE    SOCIETIES 


Canadian    Tubtrculosii    Association 
Orgunlzcd    1900.      A.    B.    Cook,   I'resldent. 
Regtoa,  Sasli. ;   Robert  E.   Woderhouno.   ti«c- 
relary,    Buiili    St.,    Cliambers,    Ottawa,    Ont. 
Next    iiieetlnB,   Alberta,    l'Ji'3. 

Central  Statts  Pediatric  Society 
Tlioinaji  B.  C'oulcy,  I'reiiUlent,  Detroit; 
Franii  1".  UeKenbacb,  Vice  I'resldent,  Den- 
ver; U.  T.  Price,  Secretary-Treusurcr,  West- 
inghiiuse  Bldg.,  rittsburgb ;  Member  of  Ex- 
ecutive   Cuiiiuilttoo,    (i.    K.    Baxter,    Chicago. 

Conference  of   State   and   Provincial 
Health  Authorltlu 
Organized  1884.     A.  T.   McCormlck,  Pres- 
ident ;     K.     M.     Olin,     Secretary-Treaaurer, 
Offlce    or    Michigan    Department    of    Health, 
Lansing,   Mich. 

Congress    of    American    Physicians    and 
Surgeons 

Organized  1888.  Fraiilc  Billings,  Presi- 
dent, Chkago ;  Krances  W.  Peabody,  Trea- 
surer, Boston ;  Walter  H.  Slelner.  646 
Asylum  Ave.,  Hartfurd,  Conn.,  Secretary. 
Next  meeting,  Washington,  D.  C,  May, 
1925. 

Medical    Association    of    the    Southweet 

Membership  limited  tu  members  ut  the 
constituent  State  Associations  of  Missouri, 
Arkansa.t.  Kansas,  Texas  and  Oklahoma. 
Organized  1906.  Fred  H.  Clark,  President, 
Dawson  Springs,  Ky. ;  Vice  President  for 
MLssourl,  (j.  W.  Robinson,  Kansas  City,  Mo. ; 
for  Oklahoma,,  C.  R.  Day,  Oklahoma  City. 
Okla. ;  for  Texas,  T.  C.  Terrell,  Ft.  Wortli, 
Texas  ;  Edward  U.  Skinner,  Secretary -Trea- 
surer, 1020  Blalto  Bldg.,  Kansas  City,  Mn. 
Next  meeting,  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  Oct.  15-22, 
1923. 

Medical  Society  of  the  Missouri  Valley 
Organized  1888.  Floyd  H.  Spencer,  Pres- 
ident, St.  Joseph,  Mo. ;  W.  F.  Stotler,  Flr.sl 
Vice  President,  Shenandoah,  Iowa;  Second 
Vice  President,  Palmer  Flndley,  Omaha ; 
Charles  Wood  Fasset,  Secretary,  115  E. 
31st  St.,  Kansas  City,  Mo. ;  O.  C.  Gebhart. 
Treasurer,  St.  Joseph,  Mo.  Next  mcetlni:. 
Omaha,    Sept.    20-21,    192:i. 

Mississippi   Valley    Medical    Association. 

Organized  1875.  Henry  Enos  Tuley,  Pres- 
ident, Loulsrllle,  Ky. ;  William  Engelbach. 
First  Vice  President,  St.  Louis;  John  DeJ 
Pemberton,  Second  Vice  President,  Roches- 
ter, Minn. ;  S.  C.  Stanton,  Treasurer,  Chi- 
cago; John  L.  Tlemey,  Secretary,  Univer- 
sity Club  Bldg.,  St.  Louis.  Next  meeting. 
Hot  Springs,  National  Park,  Ark.,  Oct.  9 
11,    1923. 

National  Association   for  the   Study   and 
Education    of    Exceptional    Children 

Established  1905.  Offlce,  Plalnfleld,  N.  J. 
Samuel  D.  Levy,  President ;  Clayton  Sedg- 
wick Cooper,  Vice  President ;  William  F. 
Blake-Burke,  (;encral  Secretary ;  William 
W.  Young,  Treasurer;  Maximilian  P.  K. 
Groszmann,  Founder  and  Educational  Di- 
rector.   . 

National    Association    for   the    Study 
of   Epilepsy 
Organized   1901.     L.  Pierce   Clark.   Presi- 
dent, New  York;  Arthur  !>.  Shaw,  Secretary- 
Treasurer,  Camden,   N.  Y. 

National  Committee  for  the  Prevention  of 
Blindness 
Organized  1915.  William  H.  Taft,  Hon- 
orary President;  William  Fellowes  Morgan. 
President,  New  York;  F.  Park  Lewis.  First 
Vice  President,  Buffalo ;  Miss  Louisa  Lee 
Schuyler.  Second  Vice  President,  New 
Y'ork;  Mrs.  Winifred  Hathaway.  Secretary, 
130  E.  22d  St..  New  York;  Mr.  Georce 
Blasden.  Treasurer.  New  Y'ork;  Mr.  Ed- 
ward M.  Van  Cleve,  Managing  Director, 
New  Y'ork;  Jlr.  Lewis  H.  Carris,  Field  Sec- 
retary,   New    Y'ork. 

National    Eclectic   Medical   Association 

Organized  1870.  Morse  Harrod,  President. 
Ft.  Wayne,  Ind.  ;  D.  E.  Saxon,  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Tampa,  Fla. ;  William  N.  Mundv,  Cor- 
responding Secretary,  Forrest,  Ohio  ;  William 
P.  Best,  Secretary,  Indianapolis ;  J.  Paul 
Harvill,  Treasurer,  Nashville,  Tenn.  Kext 
meeting,   Waukesha,  Wis.,  June,    1923. 


National  Medical  Association  (Colored) 
Organized  1895.  J.  E.  Perry,  President, 
Kansas  City,  Mo. ;  W.  C.  Alexander,  Secre- 
tary, 279  Bank  S.,  .New:Lrk  N.  J.;  J.  I". 
Lory,  Treasurer,  Florence,  S.  C.  G.  E. 
Cannon,  <.Miairnian  of  the  Executive  Board, 
Jersey  City,  N.  J. ;  E.  T.  Belsaw,  Secretary 
of  the  Executive  Board,  Mobile,  Ala. ;  J.  A. 
Kenney,  Editor  of  N.  H.  A.,  Tiukogee  In- 
stitute, Ala. 

National  Tuberculosis  Association 
Organized  1904.  I.awrason  Brown,  Pres- 
ident; Vice  Presidents,  Charles  J.  Halfleld. 
J.  W.  Peltlt;  George  .M.  Kober.  Secretary, 
1819  O  St.,  N.W..  Washington,  D.  C. ;  Henry 
B.  Piatt,  Treasurer;  LInsiy  R.  Williams, 
Managing  Director,  370,  7th  Ave.,  New 
York.  Next  meeting,  Santa  Barbara,  Calif., 
June  18-23,  1923. 

New  England  Society  of  Psychiatry 
W.  E.  Femald,  President,  Waverly, 
Mass. ;  A.  V.  Goss,  Vice  I'resldent,  Taunton, 
.Muss. ;  G.  K.  Butterfleld.  Secretary -Trea- 
surer, Butler  Hospital,  Providence,  R.  I. ; 
Councilors,  E.   B.   Lane,   H.   L.   Horsraan. 

Northern  TrI-State  Medical  Association 
Organized  1873.  J.  M.  Livingston,  Presi- 
dent. Highland  Park.  Mich. ;  T.  J.  Creel. 
Vice  President,  Angola,  Ind.;  J.  A.  Weltz, 
Treasurer.  Montpeller,  Ohio ;  C.  W.  Hay- 
wood, Secretary,   Elkhart,   Ind. 

Ohio  Valley  Medical  Association 
Organized  1889.  Louis  W.  Bremerman, 
President,  Chicago;  Sidney  J.  Elcbel,  First 
Vice  President,  Evanavllle,  Ind. ;  Leon  L. 
Solomon,  Second  Vice  President,  Louisville, 
Ky. ;  Murray  N.  Hadlcy,  Third  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Indianapolis  ;  BcnJ.  L.  W.  Floyd.  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,   Evansvllle,   Ind. 

Radlolofical  Society  of  North  America 
Organized  191S.  Albert  Soiland,  Presi- 
dent, Los  Angeles;  Koilin  H.  Stevens,  Vice 
President,  Detroit ;  M.  J.  Sandlwm,  Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, 587  Apleton  St.,  Appleton. 
Wis. 

Society    of    American     Bacteriologists 

E.  G.  Hastings,  President,  Madison,  Wis.  : 
T.  M.  Sherman,  Secretary-Treasurer,  P.  O. 
Box  184,  Washington,  D.   C. 

Society   of  Clinical   Surgery 
Organized  1903.     Harvey    Cushing,  Presi- 
dent.  Boston  ;   John   H.   Gibbon,   Vice  Presi- 
dent,    Philadelphia ;     Charles     H.     Frazier. 
Treasurer,    Philadelphia;    John    T.    Bottom- 
ley,   Secretarj-,   165   Beacon    St.,    Boston. 
Southern    Gastro-Enteroiogical    Association 
Organized  1916.     Marvin  H.  Smith,  Presi- 
dent, Jacksonville,  Fla. ;  Julius  Friedenwald, 
Vice    President,    Baltimore;    John    B.    FItts. 
Secretary-Treasurer,  Doctors  Bldg.,  Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Southern  Medical  Association 
Organized  1906.  Membership  limited  to 
members  of  the  state  societies  of  Alabama, 
Arkansas,  District  of  Columbia,  Florida. 
Georgia,  Kentucky,  liouislana.  Maryland, 
Mississippi.  Missouri.  North  Carolina,  Okla- 
homa, South  Carolina.  Tennessee,  Texas, 
Virginia,  West  Virginia,  and  commissioned 
ofBcers  of  the  medical  department  of  the 
I'nlted  States  Army,  Navy  and  Public 
Health  Service.  W.  S.  Leathers,  President, 
lackson.  Miss.  ;  Vice  Presidents.  W.  A.  Mul- 
herln,  Augusta,  Ga. :  W.  T.  Wooton,  Hot 
Sprinsrs,  Ark.  :  Mr.  A.  P.  Loranz,  Secretary- 
Manager.  Birmingham,  Ala.  ;  M.  Y.  Dab- 
ney.  Editor,  Birmingham.  Ala.  Next  meet- 
ing, Washington,  D.  C,  Nov.   12-15,  1923. 

Southern    Surgical    Association 

Organized  1887.  J.imes  F.  Mitchell,  Presi- 
dent, Washington,  D.  C. ;  Vice  Presidents. 
V.  P.  Blair,  St  Louis;  R.  L.  Gibbon,  Char- 
lotte, N.  C. ;  Hubert  A.  Royster,  Secretary. 
423  Fayettevllle  St,  Raleigh,  N.  C.  ;  Guy  L. 
Hunner.  Treasurer,  Baltimore.  Next  meet- 
ing. White  Sulphur  Springs.  W.  Va.,  Dec. 
11-13,   1923. 

The   American    College   of   Physicians 

James  M.  Anders,  President,  Philadelphia  ; 
Henry  Plummer,  First  Vice  President. 
Rochester,  Minn. ;   Stewart  R.   Roberts,  Sec- 


ond Vice  President,  Atlanta,  Ga. ;  Clement 
R.  Jones,  Treasurer,  Plttsburgb ;  Frank 
Smithies,  Secretary,  1002  N.   Dearborn   St., 

Chicago. 

Tlie  American  Congress  on  Internal 

Medicine 
Sydney  B.  Miller,  President,  Baitlm6re; 
Henry  Plummer,  First  Vice  Pn'sldeni,  Roch- 
ester, Minn. ;  Stewart  K.  Roberts,  Second 
Vice  President,  Atlanta,  Ga. ;  Clement  R. 
Jones,  Treasurer,  PltUburgh ;  Frank 
Smithies,  Secretary,  1002  N.  Dearborn  St., 
Chicago. 

The  American  Ophtbaimologlcal  Society 
Organized  1864.  W.  H.  Wllmer,  Presi- 
dent; Alexander  Duane,  Vice  President; 
T.  B.  Holloway.  Secretary-Treasurer,  1819 
Chestnut  St.,  Philadelphia :  Councilors,  H. 
F  Hansen,  E.  C.  Ellet,  Walter  B.  Lancas- 
ter, Walter  B.  Parker,  Walter  E.  Lambert. 
Next  meeting,  Colorado  Springs,  Colo.,  June 
19-21.    19X3. 

The  National  Committee  for  Mental  Hygiens, 

Walter  B.  James.  President,  7.  E  70th 
.St.,  New  York  City;  Charles  W.  Eliot,  Cam- 
bridge, Mass. ;  Bernard  Sachs,  New  York 
city;  William  H.  Welch,  Baltimore,  Vice 
Presidents;  .Mr.  ClKTord  W.  Beers,  Secretary, 
370.  7tll  Ave.,  New  York  City ;  Otto  T. 
Bannard.  Treasurer,  New  York  CUy. 

The  Pacific  Northwest  Medical  Association 
Organized  1922.  Membership  limited  to 
physicians  of  Oregon,  Washington,  Idaho, 
.Montana.  Utah.  British  Columbia,  Alberta 
and  Saskatchewan.  J.  Earl  Else.  Presi- 
dent, Portland,  Ore;  H.  D.  Dudley.  Preal- 
dent-Elecl,  Seattle ;  A.  S.  Munro,  First  Vice 
President.  Vancouver.  B.  C. ;  J.  E.  Tyree, 
Second  Vice  President.  Salt  Lake  City ; 
Frederick  Epplen,  Secretary-Treasurer, 
Paulsen  Bldg.,  Spokane,  Wash.  Next  meet- 
ing. Seattle,  July.  1923. 

TrI-State    District    Medical    Association— 
Iowa.    Illinois  and   Wisconsin 

Organized  1915.  For  postgraduate  work. 
Horace  Brown.  President,  Milwaukee;  Wil- 
liam B.  Peck.  Managing  Drector,  Freeport, 
111.  Next  meeting,  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  No- 
vember.   1923. 

Tri-State  Medical   Association  of  the 
Carollnas  and  Virginia 

Organized  1898.  The  annual  meetings 
are  held  consecutively  in  the  constituent 
states.  North  Carolina,  South  Carolina  and 
Virginia.  S.  S.  Gale,  President.  Roanoke. 
^  a. :  Vice  Presidents,  W.  E.  Driver  Nor- 
folk. Va. ;  I.  P.  Battle,  Rocky  Mount,  N.  C. ; 
R.  B.  Eptlng.  Greenwood,  S.  C. ;  James  K. 
Hall,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Richmond.  Va. 
Next  meeting.  High  Point.  N.  C,  Feb.  21- 
22,   1923. 

Tri-State  Medical  Society— Arkansas, 
Louisiana  and  Texas 
Organized  1904  .T.  X.  White.  President, 
Texarkana.  Ark.:  Vice  Presidents:  for  Ar- 
kansas, J.  W.  Baker;  for  Ixiulsiana,  J.  L. 
Scales ;  for  Texas,  J.  K.  Smith ;  Frank  H. 
Walke.  Secretary-Treasurer,  Shreveport,  La. ; 
Councillors,  W.  G.  Hartt,  W.  R.  Phillips,  T. 
B.   Tnoke. 

Western  Electro-Therapeutic  Association 
T.  Howard  Plank,  President.  Chicago; 
M.  P.  Springer,  Vice  President,  Tulsa.  Okla. ; 
W.  P.  Grimes.  Treasurer,  Kansas  City,  Mo. ; 
Charles  Wood  Fassett,  Secretary,  115  E. 
31st  St.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.;  Trustees.  0.  J. 
Cunningham,  Kansas  City,  Mo. ;  B.  B. 
Grover.  Colorado  Springs,  Colo. ;  Frank  J. 
luen,  Kansas  City,  Mo. ;  Curren  Pope,  Louis- 
ville. Ky.  Next  meeting,  Kansas  City,  Mo., 
1923. 

Western  Surgical  Association 
Organized  1891.  Membership  limited  to 
175  members.  Horace  G.  Wetherlli,  Presl- 
ilent.  Denver;  Vllray  P.  Blalr.  First  Vice 
President,  St.  Louis ;  J.  Frank  Corbett.  Sec- 
ond Vice  President,  Minneapolis ;  Warren 
A.  Dennis,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Hamm 
Bldg..  St.  Paul.  Next  meeting,  Colorado 
Springs.    Colo.,    Dec,    1923. 


19 


MEDICAL    COLLEGES 

ItOTE. — This  list  includes  the  names  of  all  Medical  Colleges,  existing  and  extinct,  in  the  United  States.  Canada  and  Philippine  Islands 
followed  by  a  brief  history  of  each ;  a  classification  of  Medical  Colleges,  prepared  by  the  Council  on  Medical  Education  and  Hospitals  of  the 
American  Medical  Association;  a  list  of  postgraduate  schools  in  the  United  States,  and  a  list  of  foreign  Medical  Colleges. 


ALPHABETICAL      LIST      OF      AMERICAN 
COLLEGES 


Alabama,  Medldal  College  of.  Mobile.— Ala.l. 

Alabama,   Univ.   of.   School    of  Med. — Ala.2. 

Albany  Medical  College,  Albany. — N.Y.3.  | 

Alberta    Univ.  of  Fac.  of  Med.— AlU.l.  ] 

American   Anthropological   University  of  St.   ] 
Louis. — M0.S9. 

American     College    of    Arts    and     Sciences 
Med.    Dept.,    Buffalo. — N.Y.39. 

American  College  of  Medical   Science,   New 
York  City.— N.Y.33. 

American  College  of  Med.  and  Surg— 111.22 

American   College   of  Medicine   in   Pennsyl- 
vania.— Pa. 14. 

American    Eclectic    Medical    College.— 0.16. 

American  Health  College,  Cincinnati.— 0.34. 

American    Med.    Coll.,    Indianapolis— Ind.19. 

American   Medical    Coll.,    St.    Louis.— Mo.lO. 

American   Medical    College,   Eclectic— 0. 30. 

Amer.  Med.  Coll.,  Eclectic,  St.  Louis. — Mo.lO. 

American  Medical  Missionary  Coll. — 111.19. 

American  Society  of  Arts  and  Sciences,  Buf- 
falo.—N.Y.39. 

American    Society     of    Literature    and    Art, 
Buffalo.— N.Y.39. 

American  University  of  Pennsylvania,  Eclec- 
tic,   Philadelphia.- Pa.16. 

Arkansas  Industrial  University  Medical  De- 
partment   Little   Rock. — Arkl. 

Arkansas,  University  of,  Med.   DepU,  Little 
Rock.— Ark.  1. 

Asbury    University    Med.    Dept.— Ind.S. 

Atlanta  College  of  Phya.  and  Surgs.- Ga.ll. 

Atlanta   Medical   College. — Ga.5. 

Atlanta    School    of    Medicine.- Ga.l2. 

Atlantic  Medical   College,   Baltimore.— Md.8. 

Baltimore     Mcrilcal     College. — Md.4. 

Baltimore  University  School  of  Med. — Md.6. 

Barnes   Medical    College,   St.   Louis— Mo.28. 

Baylor    University    College   of    Med.— Tex. 4. 

Beach  Medical  College,  Indianapolis. — Ind.15. 

Beach  Med.   Institute.   Indianapolis. — Ind.15. 

Beaumont  Hospital  Medical  College. — Mo.24. 

Bell   Medical   College,   Dallas.- Tex.8. 

Bellevue  Hospital  Medical  College— N.Y. 10. 

Bellerue  Medical   College   of  Massachusetts. 
— M8SS.9. 

Bennett    College    of    Eclectic    Medicine    and 
Surgery,    Chicago. — III.8. 

Bennett    Medical    College.— ni.8. 

Berkshire  Medical    Coll.,  Plttsflcld. — Mass. 2 

Bethel  Medical   Department  of  Southwestern 
University,    Little    Rock. — Ark.3. 

Birmingham    Medical    College. — Ala.4. 

Bishop    College,    University    of.    Faculty    of 
Med.— tjue.5. 

Boston  University  School  of  Med. — Mass.5. 

Biitanic  Medical  College,  Memphis. — Tenn.3. 

Botaiiico-Medlcal   College   of    Ohio.- 0.5. 

Bowdoln    Medical    School. — Me.l. 

Buwdoln   College,   Med.    Dept.    of. — Me.l. 

Brown  Univ.  Med.  Dept.,  Providence. — R.I.I. 

Buffalo    College    of    Rational    Med— N.Y. 36. 

Buffalo,  University  of,  Dept.  of  .Med. — NY. 6. 

Butler  University  Med.   Department. — Ind.8. 

Callfomlai   Eclectic   Medical    College. — Cal.4. 

California  Med.  Coll.,  San  Francisco.- Cal.4. 

California   Medical    Society    and    College   of 
Physicians,  San  Francisco. — Cal.3. 

California,  Univ.  of,  Med    School. — Cal.2. 

California,    Univ.    of   Southern,    Med.    Dept. 
(Coll.  of  Phya.  and  Surg.).— Cal.». 

Caatleton  Medical  Academy   (College). — Vt.l. 

Central   College  Med.   Dept. — Mo.44. 

Central  College  of  Pbys.  and  Surgs. — Ind.9. 

Central    Medical    College    of    New    York  — 
N.Y. 28. 

Central  Medical  Coll.  of  St.  Joseph— Mo.29. 

Central  Tenn.   Collece  Med.  Dept. — Tenn.T. 

Central  Univ.  of  Kentucky  Med.  Dept. — Ky.5. 

Central   Univ.  of  Med.   and  Science. — N.J.4. 

Cbaddock    School    of    Med.,    Qulncy.— III.IZ. 

Charity   Ho»p.  Med.   Coll.,  Cleveland. — 0.11. 

Charity  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.,  New  Orleans. — La.S 


Charleston   Medical  School.— S.C.3. 

Chattanooga   Medical   College. — Tenn.9. 

Chattanooga    National    Med.    Coll. — Tenn.18. 

Chattanooga,  Univ.  of,  Med.   Dept. — Tenn.9. 

Chicago  College   of  Med.   and  Surg.— 111.22. 

Chicago  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery, 
Physio-Medical.— 111.20. 

Chicago   College  of  Science. — 111.26. 

Chicago  Eclectic  Medical  College.— 111.22. 

Chicago  Homeopathic    Med.    College. — 111.10. 

Chicago  Hospital    College    of   Med.— 111.42. 

Chicago  Northwestern    College. — III. 7. 

Chicago   Medical   College.- I1I.6. 

Chicago  Medical  School.— 111.42. 

Chicago  Physlo-Medlcal   College. — 111.5. 

CTiIcago  Physlo-Medlcal  Institute. — 111.5. 

Chicago,  University  of,  Med.  Dept.— III. 1. 

Cincinnati  College  of  Med.   and  Surg. — 0.8. 

Cincinnati  Literary  and  Scientific  Inst. — 0.4. 

Cincinnati  Medical    College.- 0.27. 

Cincinnati  Physlo-Medlcal   College.— 0.4. 

Cincinnati,  Univ.  of,  CoU.  of  Med— 0.41. 

Clark  University  Med.  Dept.— Ga.  15. 

Clark  University    Med.    Dept.— Mass.14. 

Cleveland  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs. — 0.12. 

Cleveland  Homeopathic  Med.  Coll. — 0.28. 

Cleveland   Medical    College. — 0.6. 

Cleveland  Med.  Coll.,  Homeopathic. — 0,23. 

Cleveland-Pulte  Medical  College.— 0.26. 

Cleveland  University  of  .Med.  and  Surg. — 0.7. 

Clinical    School    of    Medicine —Vt.3. 

College  of  American  .Med.   and  Surg. — Ga.8. 

College  of  Homeopathic  Medicine  and  Surg, 
of  the  Kansas  City  University. — Mo.31. 

College  of  Medical  Evangelists,  Loma  Linda. 
— CaI.12. 

College  of  Medicine,  Botanic,  New  York 
City.— N.Y. 24. 

College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery,  Physlo- 
Medlcal.  Chicago.— III. 5. 

Coll.  of  Med.  of  Maryland,  Baltimore.— Md.l. 

College  of  Philadelphia  Dept.  of  Med. — Pa. I. 

College  of  I'hyslclans  and  Surgeons,  Little 
Rock.— Ark.2. 

College  of  I'hyslclans  and  Surgeons,  Los 
Angeles. — Cal.8. 

College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  San 
Francisco. — Cal,7. 

College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Denver. — Culo.4. 

College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Chicago. — 111.11. 

College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  the 
Upper  Mississippi,    Rock   Island.— 111.24. 

Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.  of  Indiana. — Tud.6. 

Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Keokuk. — la.l. 

College  of  I'hyslclans  and  Surgeons,  Kansas 
City.— Kan.4. 

Coll.  of  I'bya.  and  Surgs.  of  Baltimore. — 
Md.3. 

Coll.  of  Phys.   and  Surgs.,  Boston. — Mass.6. 

College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons.  Minne- 
apolis.— Minn. 5. 

Coll.  of  Pbys.  and  Surgs.  of  Kansas  City. 
— Mo.8. 

Coll.  of  Pbys.  and  Surgs.  of  St.  Joseph. — 
Mo.15. 

Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.  of  St.  Louis. — 
Mo.i. 

Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs..  Arlington.— N.C,6. 

College  of  Phynlclans  and  Surgeons  In  the 
City  of  .New  York.— N.Y.I. 

Coll.  of  I'hys.  and  Surgs.  of  the  Western 
District  of  New  York.  Fairfield —N.Y. 2. 

College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons.  Homeo- 
pathic,   Buffalo. — N.Y.IT. 

Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.,  Memphis. — 
Tenn.  15. 

Coll.   of  Pbys.   and   Surgs.,   Dallas.- -Tex. 8. 

Coll.  of  I'by.H.  and  Surgs.,  Richmond. — Va.6. 

Colorado   School   of  Medicine. — t:'olo.2. 

Colorado,  University  of,  School  of  Medi- 
cine.  Denver. — Colo.2. 

Columbia  College  Medical  Faculty.  New 
York.— N.Y.I. 

Columbia  University  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons. — N.Y.I. 

Columbian    Collefe    Med.    Dept. — D.C.I. 

Columbian  Med.  Coll..  Kansas  City.— Mo.41. 


Columbian    University    Medical    Department 

Washington— D.C.I. 
Columbus   Medical    College — 0.14. 
Coney  Medical  Institute,  Milwaukee. — Wls.l. 
Cooper  Medical  Coll.,  S.in  Frnncisco.— Call. 
Cornell  University  Medical  College. — N.Y.20. 
Cotner    University    Medical    Collete.— Neb.4. 
Council  Bluffs  Medical  College.— la.l  1. 
Crelghton  University  Coil,  of  Med. — Neb. 6. 
Cumberland  University  Med.  Dept.Tenn.2. 
Curtis   Physlo-Med.    Inst.,   Marlon.— Ind.lJ. 
Dalhousle  Univ.  Faculty  of  Med. — N.S.I. 
Dallas  Medical  College.— Tei.lO. 
Dallas,  University  of,  Med.  Dept  — Tex.4. 
Dalton   Medical   College,   Dalton. — Ga.l4. 
Dartmouth   College  Med.    Dept. — N.H.I. 
Dartmouth  Medical  School,  Hanover. — N.H.I. 
Davidson   School  of  Medicine. — N.C.4. 
Da>ton   Medical  University. — 0  37. 
Dearborn    Medical    College,    (niicago. — 111.23. 
Denver  and  Gross  Coll.  of  Med. — Colo. 5. 
Denver  College  of  Medicine.— Colo.  1. 
Denver  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs. — Colo. 4. 
Denver  Homeopathic   College. — Colo.4. 
Denver,  University  of,  Med.  Dept. — l^olo.S. 
Detroit  College    of    Medicine.- Mlcb.7. 
Detroit  College  of  Med.  and  Surg— Mlch.7. 
Detroit  Homeopathic    College.— Mlcb. 11. 
Detroit  Homeopathic  Medical  Coll.— Mlch.3. 
Detroit  Medical   College.— Mich. 2. 
Detroit  University  of  Medicine.— Mlch.15. 
Detroit  University  of  Rational  Medicine  and 

Surgery,    Detroit— Mich. 14. 
Drake  University  College  of  Medicine. — la. 8. 
Druldlc  Banchorelon,  Buffalo. — .N.Y.SS. 
Druldlc  Univ.  of  Maine,  LewLston. — .Me.S. 
Dunham    Medical    College,    Chicago. — 111.18 
Dutton    -Medical    College,    Chicago —111.38. 
Eastern  University  School  of  Medicine,  Bal- 
timore—Md.l  1. 
Eclectic  College  of  Med.  and  Surg. — 0.31. 
Eclectic  College  of  Phys  and  Surgs. — Ind.l6. 
Eclectic  Medical  College  of  Indiana. — Ind.l7. 
Eclectic  Medical   College.   Louisville.- Ky.3. 
Eclectic  Medical  College.  Cincinnati.— 0.2. 
Eclectic  Medical  College  of  the  City  of  New 

York.— N.Y.  13. 
Eclectic  Med.    Coll.    of    Maine.    Lewlston.— 

Me.2. 
Eclectic  Med.  Coll.  of  Pennsylvania.— Pa.I7. 
Eclectic  Med.    Coll.   of  Philadelphia —Pa. 14. 
Eclectic  Medical    Institute.    Cincinnati. — 0.2. 
Eclectic  Med.    Institute,   Memphis.— Tenn.3. 
Eclectic  Medical     Institute     of     New     York 

Rochester.- N.Y.26. 
Kelactic  Med.    Univ.,    Kansas    City,    Kan.— 

Kan.7. 
Eclectic    Med.    Univ.,    Kansas    City,    Ho.— 

Mo.33. 
Eclectic  School  of  Medicine  of  Milton  Vol- 

verslly.— Md.Il. 
Edlnborough    Medical    College,    Lumbartown. 

— N.C.2. 
Edlnburg  University,  Chicago. — III  7. 
Edwards  Medical  College.— N.Y. 44 
Electropatblc  Institute,  Philadelphia.— Pa.I» 
Emory   University  School  of  ,Med— Ga.5. 
Bnsworth-Central   Med.    College,   St.   Joseph. 

Enswortb   Med.   College,   St.   Joseph. — Mo.22. 

Epworth  College   of  Medicine.- Okla.2. 

Excelsior  Medical  College,  Boston. — Maas.lZ. 

Excelsior  Medical  College,  New  York  — 
NY. 31. 

Fairfield   Medical  School.- N.Y.2. 

Flint  Medical  College  of  New  Orleans  Uni- 
versity.— La.4. 

Florida,    University   of,   Med.    Dept.— Fla.l. 

Fordham   Univ.  School   of  Med. — N.Y.43. 

Fort  Dearborn  Hospital  Med.  School. — IU.41. 

Fort  Wayne  College  of  Medicine. — Ind.lO. 

Fort  Worth  School  of  Medicine— Tex, 3. 

Fort  Worth  University  Med.  Dept  — Tex.S. 

Franklin  Med.   College,  Philadelphia. — ^Pa.t. 

Fredonia,    Medical    School    of.- N.Y.Z6. 

Galveston  Medical  College. — Tex. I. 


20 


MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


Gate  City  Med.   CoU«(e,  Tazarkant. — Tax.T. 

(ieneral  Meiltrnl  CnlleBe.  Chlcniio. — III. 4. 
G«neTt  Medlrtl  Collete,  Genera. — N.T.4. 
O«orga  Waablngton   Unlreraltjr  Med.   School. 

—D.C.I. 
Georgetown   Univ.  School  of  Med. — D.C.2. 
Georgia    Coll.    of    Eclec.    Med.    and    Surg. — 

Ga.t. 
Georgia,  Eclectic  Med.  Coll.,  AtlanU. — 0».». 
Georgia,  UnlTeratty  of.  Medical  Dept — Oa.l. 
German  Acad,  of  Paycblatric  Phya. — 111.31. 
German-American  Homeo.  Med.  Coll. — 111.32 
German    College    of    Gynecology,    I'edlatrica 

and  Obstetrics.  Chicago. — 111.38. 
German  College  of  Medicine  and  Obstetrlca, 

Chicago.— ni.2S. 
German  Homeopathic  Medical   College,   Chi- 
cago.— 111.29. 
German  Medical  College,  Chicago. — 111.30. 
Graffenburg  lastltute. — Ala.l. 
Grand   Rapids   Medical   College— MIch.lO. 
Grant  Unlrerslty   Med.   Dept. — Tenn.t. 
Gross   Madlcal    College,    Denver. — Colo.3. 
Haboenuuin   Hospital   College  of  San  Fran- 
cisco.— Cal.5. 
Hahnemuin  Medical  College,  San  Francisco. 

—Cal.5. 
Hahnemann  Med.  Coll.  and  Hospital  of  Chi- 
cago.— 111  4. 
Hahnemann  Medical  College  and  Hoapltal  of 

Pbiladelpbla— Pa.S. 
Hahnemann  Medical  College  of  Philadelphia. 

—Pa  18. 
Hahnemann   Med.  ColL    of  the  Kaiuai  City 

University. — Mo. 31. 
Hahnemann  Med.  Coll.  of  the  PaclOc. — Cal.5. 
Halifax  Medical  College— N. SI. 
Hamburg    Canal    College,    Buffalo. — N.Y.3g. 
Hamllne   I'niverslty    Medical    Dept — Minn. 5. 
Hampden  Sydney  College  Med.   Dept. — Va.4 
Hannibal  Medical  College. — Tenn.17. 
Harvard  Medical  School,  Boston. — Ma.u.l. 
Harvey   Medical   College,   Chicago— 111.13. 
Bering  Medical  College,  Chicago. — 111.15. 
Hering   Medical    College,   St.    Louis. — Mo.16 
Hippocratean  College  of  Medicine.  St.  Ixiuli 

— .Mo.40. 
Homeopathic  College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons.— N.Y.17. 
Homeopathic  Hospital  Coll.,  Cleveland. — 0.7. 
Homeopathic  Med.   Coll.  of  Missouri — Mo. 5. 
Homeopathic    Medical    College    of    Pennsyl- 
vania.— Pa. 9. 
Homeopathic  Med.  Coll.  of  St.  Louis. — Mo  9. 
Homeopathic   Medical    College   of   the    State 

of  New  York,  New  York  City— N.Y.9. 
Homeopathic  Med.  Coll.  for  Women. — 0.33. 
Hospital   College  of  Med.,  Louisville.— Ky. 5 
Hospital  Med.  Coll.,  Eclec..  Atlanta. — Oa.l8. 
Hospital  Med.  Coll.  of  Evansvllle— Ind.l3. 
Howard  University  School  of  Med. — DCS. 
Hudson    Medical    College. — 0.6. 
Humboldt  Institute.  St.   Louis. — Mo. 4. 
Humboldt  Medical  College,  St.  Louis.— Mo.4. 
Hygela  Medical  College.  Cincinnati— 0.39. 
Hygelo-Therapeutlc    College,    Bergen    Hta. — 

N.J.I. 
Hygelo-Therapeutic     College,     New     York. — 

N.Y.32. 
IlllnoU  Coll.  Med.  Dept..  Jacksonrille.— ni.2. 
Illinois    Health    University,    Chicago.— 111.35. 
Illinois  Medical  College.  Chicago— HI.  17. 
Illinois  Standard  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.— 

111.36. 
lUmois.  University  of.  Coll.  of  Med.— 111.11. 
Independent   Medical    Coll.,    Chicago. — 111.21. 
Indiana   Central  Medical  College. — Ind.3. 
Indiana    Coll.     of    Med.    and    Midwifery. — 

Ind.24. 
Indiana    Eclectic    Medical    College,    Indlan- 

.1  polls. — Ind.ll. 
Indiana   Medical   Coll..    Indianapolis.— Ind.4. 
Indiana  Medical  Coll.,  La   Porte. — Ind.l. 
Indiana  Medical  College  School  of  Medicine 

of  Purdue  University. — Ind.18. 
Indiana,  Univ.  of.  New  Albany.— Ind.23. 
Indiana     University     School     of     Medicine, 

Bloomington-IndlanapoUs. — Ind.20. 
Indianapolis,  Univ.  of,  Med.  Dept. — Ind.8. 
International      Electropathic      Institution.— 

0.32. 
International     Medical     Missionary     College 
and  Training  School  for  Nurses,  Atlanta. 
— Ga.l7. 
International    Med.    Missionary    Inst. — 111.34. 
Iowa  College  of  Phys.   and   Surgs. — Ia.6. 
Iowa  Eclectic  Med.  Coll.,  Des  Moines. — Ia.6. 
Iowa  Medical  College.  Keokuk. — Ia.2. 
Iowa  Med.  Coll.,  Eclectic,  Des  Moines. — Ia.6. 


Iowa,  Slate  UnlversHy  of.  College  of  HonMO- 
pathlc    Medicine,   Iowa   City. — U.4. 

Iowa,  State  University  of.  College  of  Medi- 
cine, Iowa  City. — la. 3. 

Iowa,  University  of.  Medical  Dept. — fa.l. 

Jefferson  College  Medical  Depf. — Pa.t. 

Jefferson  Medical  Association. — Tenn.18. 

Jefferson   Med.  Coll.  of  Philadelphia.— Pa.I. 

Jefferson   School  of  Med.,   Louisville. — Ky.6. 

Jenner  Medical  College. — III  16 

John  A.   Crelghton  Medical  Coll.— Neb  «. 

Johns  Hopkins  Univ.  Med.  Dept.,  Baltimore. 
— Md.T. 

Joplln  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs. — Mo. 17. 

Joplln  Medical  College.  Joplln.— Mo. 19. 

Kansas  City  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg. — Kan.t. 

Kansas  City  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.— Mo.43. 

Kansas  City  Hahnemann  Med.   Coll. — Mo.3S. 

Kansas  City  Homeo.  Med.  Coll. — Mo.26. 

Kansas  City  Hospital  Coll.  of  Med. — Mo.21. 

Kansas  City  Medical  College.- Mo.8. 

Kansas  City  Medical  College  of— Mo.II. 

Kansas  City  University,  Hahnemann  Medical 
College   of.- Mo.31. 

Kansas  City,    Univ.    Med.    Coll.    of- Mo.20. 

Kansas  City  University  Med.  Dept.— Kan. 4. 

Kansas  City,  Univ.  of,  Med.   Dept  — Mo.2«. 

Kansas  City  University    College    of    Homeo- 
pathic Medicine  and  Surgery. — Mo.31. 

Kansas  City  Unlr.     of    Phys.     and     Surgs., 
Kansas  City,  Mo.— Mo.44. 

Kansas  Medical  Coll.,  Independence. — Kan.l. 

Kansas  Medical  Collage,  Topeka.— Kan.3. 

Kansas,  Cnlveislty  of.   School  of  Medicine, 
Lawrence  and   Rosedale. — Kan. 2. 

Kemper   College   Medical   Dept — Mo.l. 

Kentucky  School  of  Medicine. — Ky.l. 

Kentucky  University  Medical  Dept. — Ky.9. 

Keokuk  Medical   CoUece.— Ia.9. 

Keokuk  Medical   College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons — la.IO. 

King  Electric  Med.  Coll.,  Des  Moines. — Ia.7. 

King's   College  Medical   Faculty.— N.Y.I. 

King's   College,   Medical   Faculty   of. — Ont.I. 

Kingston    Woman's   Medical    College. — Ont.7. 

Knoxvllle  College  Medical  Dept— Tenn.l2. 

Knoxvtile  Medical  College. — Tenn.l3. 

Lake  Forest  University  Med.  Dept. — Ill.l. 

La  Porte  University  Medical  Dept— Ind.l. 

Laura    Memorial    Woman's   Medical   College, 
Cincinnati. — 0.21. 

Laval  University  Faculty  of  Med. — Que.3. 

Laval   University    Medical   Faculty. — Que.4. 

Leiand    Stanford    Junior    University    School 
of  Medicine— Cal.ll. 

I.,eonard  Medical   School. — N.C.J. 

Lincoln   Medical  College.— Neb.4. 

Lincoln   Memorial   University   Medical    Dept. 
— Tenn.IO. 

Lincoln   University  Med.   Dept — Pa.  10. 

Und    University,   Med.    Dept    of —111.6. 

Livingston    University,    Haddonfleld — N.J. 3. 

Lombard  College  Medical  Dept — Hi. 41. 

Ix)ng  Island  College  Hospital. — N.Y.8. 

lx>ulslana,  Med.  Coll.  of.  New  Orleans. — La.l 

Louisiana,  University  of.   Med.   Dept — La.l. 

Louisville  and  Hospital  Med.   Coll— Ky. 11. 

Louisville  Med.  Coll..  Louisville.— Ky. 4. 

Louisville  Medical   Institute.— Ky.2. 

Louisville  National  Medical  College. — Ky.7. 

Louisville,  University  of.  Med.  Dept. — Ky.2. 

Loyola  University  School  of  Med. — 111.43. 

Maine,  Medical   School  of,  Portland. — Me.l. 

Manitoba   Medical  College. — Man.l. 

Manitoba,  University  of,  Med.  Dept — Man.l. 

Marlon-Sims  Beaumont  Med.   Coll. — Mo.34. 

Marlon-Sims    College   of  Med.,    St.    Louis. — 
Mo.27. 

Marquette  Univ.  School  of  Med. — W18.6. 

.Maryland  Coll.  of  Eclectic  Med.  and  Surg. — 
Md.U. 

Maryland  Medical  Coll.,  Baltimore— Md.9. 

.Maryland.  Univ.  of.  School  of  Med.  and  Coll. 
of  Phys    and  Surg.— Md.l. 

McDowell   Medical   College.— Mo.l. 

McGlll   University  Faculty  of  Med.— Que.l. 

Medical    Acad,    of    Georgia.    Augusta. — Gal. 
Medical   and   Surgical   College   of  the   State 
of  New  Jersey. — N.J  2. 

.Medical    and    Surgical    Institute    and    Sanl- 
tarlum.- N.Y.39. 

.Medical  College  of  Alabama. — Ala  1. 

Medical  College  of  Evansvllle. — Ind.l. 

.Medical  College  of  Fort  Wayne  —Ind.7. 
Medical  College  of  Georgia,    Augusta.— Ga. I. 

Medical  College  of  Indiana. — Ind.8. 
-Medical  College  of  Kansas  City. — Mo.ll. 
Medical  College  of  Louisiana. — La.l. 
Medical  College  of  Ohio. — 0.1. 


Medical  College  of  South  Carolina. — 8.C.I. 

Medical  College  of  the  Paclflc— Cal.l. 

Mad.  Coll.  of  the  Stata  of  So.  Carol. — B.C.I. 

Medical  College  of  Utah  — Utah2. 

Medical  College    of   Virginia —Va.4. 

Medical  Faculty  of  Rutger's    (Queen's)    Col- 
lege,   New    York— NY. 21. 

Medical  Institution  of  Geneva —N.Y.4. 

Medical  Inailtutinn  of  Tale  College. — Conn.l. 

Medical   School  of  Fredonla.— N.Y.2S. 

Medical  School  of  Harvard  Univ. — Mass.l. 

Medical  School  of  Maine- Me.l. 

Madleal  School  of  the    Valley    of    Virginia, 
Winchester. — Va.2. 

Medical  Univ.  of  Ohio,   Cincinnati— 0.17. 

Medlco-Chlrurglcal    and   Theological   College 
of  Christ's  Institution,  Baltimore. — Md.It. 

Medlco-Chlrurglcal  College  of  Kansas  City. — 
M0.S2. 

Medlco-Chlrurglcal   College  of  Philadelphia. 
—Pall. 

Meharry  Medical  Coll.,  Nashville. — Tenn.T. 

Memphis  Hospital  Med.  College. — Tenn.g. 

Memphis  Medical  Coll  — Tenn.2. 

Memphis,  Unlr.  of,  Med.   Dept. — Tenn.I5. 

Metropolitan  Med.  Coll.,  Chicago— 111.37. 

Metropolitan  Med.  Coll.,  E:clectlc  — N.T.30. 

Miami  Medical  College— O.9. 

Michigan  College  of   Medicine— Mlch.6. 

Michigan  CoU.  of  Med.  and  Surg  — Mlch.S. 

Michigan  Eclectic  Med.  Coll —Mich  13. 

Michigan  Homeopathic  Med.  Coll.— Mich. 4. 

Michigan   Med.   Coll.,  Lansing —Mich. 16. 

Michigan  School   of   Homeopathy   and   Sur- 
gery.— Mlch.lZ. 

Michigan,  Univ.    of.   Med.    School —Mich  1. 

Michigan,   University   of.  Homeopathic   Med. 
School— Mlch.S. 

Middle    Georgia    Medical    College— Ga.  13. 

Middlesex  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg— Mass  15. 

MUton    University,   Eclectic   School   of  Med. 
of.— Md.ll. 

Milwaukee  Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs— Wla.l. 

Milwaukee  Medical    CoUege.— Wls.3. 

Minneapolis  College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons.— Minn. 5. 

Minnesota   College   Hospital. — Minn.3. 

Minnesota  Homeopathic   Med.   Coll. — Mlnn.t. 

Minnesota  Hospital  College. — Minn. 3 

Minnesota,  University  of.  College  of  Homeo- 
pathic Medicine  and  Surgery. — Minn. 6. 

Minn.  Univ.  of.  Med.  School.— Minn. 4. 

Mississippi  Medical  Coll.,  Meridian.— Miss.2. 

Mississippi,  Univ.  of.  School  of  Med.— Mlss.I. 

Missouri  Eclectic    Medical    College.— Mo. 38. 

Missouri  Medical  College,  St.  Louis— Mo.l. 

Missouri  School   of  Midwifery  and  Diseases 
of  Women  and  Children,  St.  Louis. — Mo. 42. 

Missouri,  Univ.  of.  School  of  Med.— Mo. 1. 

Mohawk    Medical    College,    Buffalo.— N.Y.37. 

Montazuma  University  Med.  Coll. — Ala.S. 

Montreal  Medical   Institution. — Que.l. 

Montreal  School  of  Med.  and  Surg. — Que.2. 

Morgan  City,  Med.  InstltuUon  of —Utah  2. 

Nashville   Medical    College. — Tcnn.6. 

Nashville,    Universities    of,    and    Tennessee, 
Medical  Department — Tenn.l9. 

NashvlUe,  University  of,  Med.  Dept — Tenn.l. 

National  Homeopathic  Med.  Coll. — D.C.5. 

National  Homeopathic   Med.    College. — 111.14. 

National  Medical  College,  Chicago.— 111.14. 

National  Medical   Coll.,  Washington.— D.C.I. 

National  Medical    Univ.,    Chicago.— HI. 14. 

National  Normal   Univ.   Coll.   of  Med.— 0.22. 

National  University  Medical  Dept  — D  C.4. 

National  University    of    Arts    and    Sciences 
Medical    Department. — Mo. 10. 

National  University  of  Illinois.- ni.27. 

Nebraska  College   of  Med..   Lincoln. — Neb. 7. 

Nebraska  Medical  College.  Eclectic.  Lincoln. 
— Neb.8. 

Nebraska  School  of  Med.,  Omaha. — Neb. 5. 

Nebraska.    University    of.    College    of   Medi- 
cine,  Eclectic  Department. — Neb. 2. 

Nebraska,  University  of.  College  of  Medicine. 
Homeopathic   Dept. — Neb.3. 

Nebraska,    University    of.    College   of    Medi- 
cine,  Omaha. — Neb.5. 

Nebraska,    University    of.    College    of   Medi- 
cine,   Regular    Dept,    Lincoln. — Neb.l. 

New    England    Botanico-Medlcal    College. — 

Mass.4. 
New  England  Female  Medical  College,  Bos- 
ton.— Mass. 3. 

New  England  Univ.  of  Arts  and  Sciences. — 
Mass.S. 

New  England  Univ.  of  Arts  and  Sciences. — 
N.H.2. 


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New  Hampshire,  Univ.  of,  Dept.  of  Med. 
— N.H.3. 

New  Jersey,  Medical  and  Surgical  College 
of  the  State  of.— N.J.2. 

New  Medical  Institution.  New  York  City. — 
N.T.21. 

New  Orleans  School  of  Medicine. — La. 2. 

New  Orleans  Univ.  Med.  College. — La.4 

New  York  College  of  Magnetics,  New  York 
City.— N.Y.40. 

New  York,  Eclectic  Medical  Institute  of, 
Rochester.— N.Y. 26. 

New  York  Free  Medical  College  for  Women, 
New  York  Oty.- N.Y.35. 

New  York  Homeopathic  Medical  College  and 
Flower    Hospital.— N.Y.9. 

New  York  Hygeio-Therapeutic  College,  New 
York  City.— N.Y.32. 

New  York  Institute  of  Medical  Science.— 
N.Y.41. 

New    York  Medical   College.— N.Y.7. 

New  York  Medical  College  and  Hospital  for 
Women. — N.Y.ll. 

New  York  Preparatory  School  of  Medicine, 
New   York   City.— N.Y.34. 

New  York  Reformed  Medical  College,  Eclec- 
tic,  New   York   City.— N.Y. 22. 

New   York  School   of  Medicine.— N.Y.23. 

New  York  University  Medical  Coll.— N.Y.5. 

New  York  University  Med.  Dept.— N.Y.19. 

New  York,  University  of  the  City  of.  Medi- 
cal  Department. — N.Y. 5. 

Niagara  University  Med.  Dept.— N.Y.18. 

North  American  Academy  of  the  Homeo- 
pathic Healing  Art,  Alientown. — Pa. 15. 

North  Carolina  Medical  College.- N.C.4. 

North  Carolina,  University  of,  School  of 
Medicine.— N.C.I. 

North  Dakota,  University  of,  School  of  Medi- 
cine, University.- N.D.I. 

Northwestern  College  of  Biochemistry. — 
Wash.2. 

Northwestern  College  of  Midwifery. — ni.25. 

Northwestern  Med.  Coll.,  St.  Joseph. — Mo. 18. 

Northwestern  Ohio    Medical    College. — 0.18. 

Northwestern  University  Med.  School. — 111.6. 

Northwestern  University  Woman's  Medical 
School,    Chicago.- 111.9. 

Oakland  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.— Cal.8. 

Occidental  Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surg.— Mo.36. 

Oglethorpe  Medical  Coll..  Savannah.— Ga.C. 

Ohio  College  of  Obstetrics,  Medicine  and 
Midwifery,  anclnnati.— 0.38. 

Ohio  Medical  University,  Columbus. — 0.25. 

Ohio,  Medical   Univ.  of,   Cincinnati.— 0.17. 

Ohio-Miami  Med.   Coll.,  Cincinnati.— 0.41. 

Ohio  State  University  College  of  Homeo- 
pathic  Medicine.— 0.42. 

Ohio  State  University  Coll.  of  Med.— O.40. 

Ohio  Wesleyan  Univ.   Med.  Dept.— 0.12. 

Oklahoma  Medical  College,  Oklahoma  City.— 
Okla.4. 

Oklahoma,  Univ.  of.  School  of  Med.— Okla.l. 

Omaha  Medical  College —Neb.5. 

Omaha  University    Medical    Dept. — Neb.5. 

OnUrlo  Medical  College  for  Women. — Ont.8. 

Oregon,  Univ.  of,  Med.  School. — Ore.2. 

Pacific  Coast  Regular  Coll.  of  Med. — Cal.lO. 

Pacific   Medical  College.— Cal. 13. 

Penn  Medical  University.— Pa. 8. 

Pennsylvania  College  Med.  Dept. — Pa.3. 

Pennsylvania   Med.    Coll.,   Phlla.— Pa.3. 

Pennsylvania,  University  of.  School  of  Med., 
Phiiadeiphla.— Pa.l. 

Philadelphia  Coll.  of  Med.  and  Surg.— Pa.4. 

Philadelphia  University  of  Med.  and  Surg. — 
Pa. 14. 

Philippine  Medical  School,  Manila.— P.I.2. 

Philippines,  University  of  the.  College  of 
Medicine    and    Surgery. — P.I.2. 

Physio- Eclectic   Medical   Collefe.— 0.15. 

Physio-Medical  College.  Cincinnati. — 0.4. 

Physio-Medical  Collexe    of    Indiana. — Ind.5. 

Physio-Medical  College  of  Tcias. — Tex.5. 

Physlo-Medlcal  Institute.    Cincinnati. — O.IO. 

Pittsburgh,  Univ.  of,  School  of  Med.— Pa.l2. 

Pope's   Medical    College. — Mo. 2. 

Portland  School  for  Med.  Instruction. — Me. 4. 

Preparatory  Medical  College  New  York  City 
and  Poughkeepsle. — N.Y. 42. 

Presbyterian  Hospital  and  Woman'*  Medical 
College.— 0.24. 

Pulte  Medical  College,  Cincinnati.— 0.13. 

Purdue  University  School  of  Med. — Ind.18. 

Quebec  School   of  Medicine. — Que.3. 

Queen's  College  (New  Jersey)  Faculty  of 
Medicine,  New   York  City— N.Y.21. 

Queen's  University   Faculty   of  Med. — Ont.5. 

Qulncy   College  of  Medicine.— 111.12. 

Randolph    Eclectic    Med.    Institute. — N.Y. 27. 


I 


Randolph  Macon  College  Med.   Dept. — Va.5. 

Reform    Medical    College   of   Georgia. — Ga.7. 

Regents  of  Univ.  of  State  of  N.  Y.— N.Y.12. 

Reliance    Medical    College,    Chicago.— ni.39. 

Reserved  Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs. — Mass.13. 

Rochester  Eclectic  Medical  College. — N.Y.28. 

Rocky  Mountain  Univ.  Med.  Dept.— Colo.3. 

Rolph's    (Medical)    School.— Ont.4. 

Royal  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs. — Ont.5. 

Rush  Medical  College.  Chicago.— Ul.l. 

Rutger's  College,   Med.    Faculty   of.— N.Y.21. 

Rutger's  Faculty  of  Geneva  College. — N.Y.21. 

Saginaw  Valley  Medical  College,  Saginaw. — 
Mlch.9. 

San  Antonio,  Univ.  of.  Med.  Dept. — Tex.9. 

Savannah   Medical   College. — Ga.4. 

Scientific  Medical  College.— 111.40. 

Sewanee  Medical  College. — Tenn.ll. 

Shaw   University,  Medical   Dept.   of.— N.C.3. 

Shelby  Medical   College,   Nashville. — Tenn.4. 

Sioux  City  College  of  .Medicine.— la. 8. 

South  Carolina  Medical  College  of  the  State 
of,  Charleston. — S.C.I. 

South  Carolina,  Univ.  of,  Med.  Dept.— S.C.2. 

South  Dakota,  University  of.  College  of  Med- 
icine,   Vermilion,— S.D.l. 

South,  Univ.  of  the.  Medical  Dept. — Tenn.ll. 

Southern    Botanlco-Medical   College. — Ga.2. 

Southern  California,  University  of,  College 
of  Medicine,  Los  Angeles. — Cal.G. 

Southern  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 
Atlanta.— Oa.l9. 

.Southern  Homeopathic   Medical    Coll. — Md.8. 

Southern  Medical    College. — Ga.lO. 

Southern  Methodist  University  Medical  De- 
partment.— Tex.e. 

Southern  University  Medical  Dept. — Ala.3. 

.Southwest  School  of  Med.  and  Hosp. — Mo.35. 

Southwestern  Homeopathic  Medical  College 
and  Hospital,   LouUviile. — Ky.8. 

Southwestern   Univ.   Med.    College. — Tex.6. 

Southwestern  University,  Bethel  Mod.  Dept. 
of.    Little   Rock.— Ark.3. 

Spokane  Falls,  University  of.  College  of 
Medicine.— Wash. 3. 

St.  Charles,  University  of.  Med.  Dept. — HI. 3. 

St.  John's  College  School  of  Med.— N.Y.43. 

St  Joseph  Hospital  Medical  College. — Mo.l4. 

St.  Joseph  Medical  College.— Mo.22. 

St  Lawrence  School  of  Medicine. — Que.6. 

St.  Louis  College  of  Homeopathic  Physicians 
and   Surgeons. — Slo.6. 

St  Louis  College  of  Medical  and  Natural 
Sciences,  St.  Louis. — Mo. 4. 

St  Ix)uls  College  of  Phys.  and  Surgs. — Mo.7. 

St.  Louis  Eclectic  Medical  College. — Mo.IS. 

St  Louis  Hahnemann  .Med.  College. — Mo. 12. 

St  Louis  Ilyclenlc  Cillege  of  Physicians 
and  Surge' 

St.  Louis   M.  :c.— Mo.I. 

St  Louis  Util  '1.    Dept. — Mo  2. 

St  Louis  UnlursUj   .S  liool  of  Med— Mo.34. 

St  Louis  Woman's  Medical  College. — Mo.37. 

St  Paul   Medical   College.— Minn. 2. 

St.  Thomas.  University  of.  Medical  Dept., 
Manila.— P.M. 

Stanford  University  School  of  Medicine, 
Cal. 11. 

Starling   Medical   College,   Columbus. — 0.3. 

St  ■  I  Med.  Coll.,  Cblunibus. — O.40. 

.-  of  Phys.  and   Burgs. — Ind.21. 

Hi  r^lty  of  Iowa  Collefe  of  Homeo- 

pathic .Medicine. — la  4. 

State  Univ.  of  Iowa  (nil.  of  Med. — latS. 

State  University.    Medical    Dept    of.— Ky.lO. 

Sulphur   Rock   Coll.,    Med.    Dept   of.— Ark.5. 

Syracuse  Medical  College,  Electlc.  Roches- 
ter.—N.Y.29. 

Syractjse  University    Coll.    of  Med— N.Y.15. 

Syracuse  University,  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons   of. — N.Y.16. 

Tallahassee  College  of  Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery.— FU.l. 

Tempi*  University  Dept.  of  Med.— Pa.13. 

Tenaeoee  Medical   College. — Tenn.lO. 

Tennessee,  Univ.  of.   Coll.  of  Med. — Tenn.6. 

Texat  Christian  University  School  of  Med. 
— Tex.S. 

Texas  Medical  College  and  Hospital. — Tex.l. 

Texas,   University  of,   Dept.   of  ,Med. — Tex. 2. 

Tbofflpsonlan  College,     Barbuurvilie. — Ga.3. 

Thompsonlan  Med.   Coll.,  Alientown. — Pa. 20. 

Toland  Medical  Coll.,  San  Francisco. — Cal.I. 

Toledo  Medical   College.— 0.19. 

Toledo  School  of  Medicine,  Toledo. — 0.36. 

Toronto  School   of   Medicine. — Ont2. 

Toronto.  Univ.  of.  Faculty  of  Med. — Ontl. 

Transylvania  University  Med.  Dent — Ky.l. 

Trinity  College  Faculty  of  Medicine. — Otlt.8. 

Trinity  .Medical  College,  Toronto. — OntS. 


Trinity  University  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery  of  the  State  of  Vermont. — Vt5. 

Trinity  University  Medical   Dept. — Tex.lO. 

Trinity  University  Medical  Faculty.— Ont.3. 

Tufts  College  Med.  School,  Boston. — Mass.7. 

Tulane  University  of  Louisiana  School  ol 
Medicine. — La.l. 

Twentieth  Century  Physlo-Medlcal  College. — 
Okla.3. 

Union  Medical   Institute,   Newbury.— Vt.6. 

Union  University  Medical  Dept— N.Y.3. 

United  States  Medical  College.— N.Y.16. 

Universities  of  Nashville  and  Tennessee 
Medical  Dept — Tenn.l9. 

University  and  Believue  Hospital  Medical 
College.— N.Y.19. 

University  Coll.    of   Med.,    Richmond.— Va.6. 

University  College  of  San  Francisco,  Medi- 
cal Department — Cal.I. 

University  Med.   Coll.,   Kansas  City.— Mo.20. 

University  of  Ala.  School  of  Med. — Ala. 2. 

University  of  Alberta    Fac.   of  Med. — Alta.l. 

University  of  Arkansas   Med.   Dept. — Ark.l. 

University  of  Bishop  College  Faculty  of 
Medicine. — Que.."). 

University  of  Buffalo  Dept.  of  Med.— N.Y.6. 

I'nlverslty  of  California  Med.  School.— Cal.2. 

University  of  Chattanooga  Medical  Dept — 
Tenn.9. 

ITnlversIty  of  Chicago  Medical  Dept — Ill.l. 

Cnivorslty  of  Cincinnati  Coll.  of  Med. — 0.41. 

University  of  Colo.    School   of   Med. — Colo.t. 

University  of  Dallas   Medical    Dept. — Tex.4. 

University  of  Florida    Medical    Dept— Fla.l. 

University  of  Georgia   Medical   Dept — Ga.l. 

University  of  Illinois   Coll.   of  Med.— 111.11. 

University  of  Indiana,  New  Albany. — lnd.23. 

University  of  Indianapolis  Medical  Depart- 
ment.— Ind.8. 

University  of  Iowa  Med.  Dept. — la.l. 

University  of  Kansas  School  of  Med. Kan. 2. 

Inlv.  of  Kansas  City   Med.   Dept— Mo.20. 

University  of  L.iutsville  Med.  Dept. — Ky.2. 

University  of  Maryland  School  of  Med.  and 
Coll.    of  Phys.    and   Surgs— .Md.l. 

University  of  Med.,    Indianapolis. — Ind.27. 

University  of  Medicine  and  Surg. — Tex. 11. 

University  of  Memphis  Med.  Dept. — Tenn.l5. 

University  of  Michigan  nonicupnthic  Medical 
School. — Mich. 5. 

University  of  Michigan  Med.  School.— Mlch.l. 

University  of  .Minnesota  College  of  Homeo- 
pathic Med.  and  Surg.— Minn. 6. 

Univ.  of  Minnesota  Med.  School. — Mlnn.4. 

University  of  Mississippi  School  of  Med. — 
Miss.l. 

University  of  Missouri  School  of  Med. — Mo.3. 

University  of  Nashville  Med.  Dept — Tenn.l. 

University  of  Nashville  and  Tennessee  Med- 
ical   Department. — Tenn.l9. 

Unlr.    of    Nebraska    Coll.    of    Med.- -Nob.5. 

University  of  Nebra.ska  College  of  Med., 
Eclectic    Dept.- Neb.2. 

University  of  Nebraska  College  of  Med.» 
Homeopathic    Dept. — Neb.:i. 

University  of  Nebraska  College  of  Med., 
Regular    Dept— Neb. I. 

University  of  New  Hampshire  Dept.  of  Med- 
icine.—N.H. 3. 

University  of  North  Carolina  School  of  Med- 
icine.—N.C.I. 

University  of  North  Dakota  School  of  Med. — 
N.D.I. 

Unlr.  of  Oklahoma  School  of  Med.— OkU.l. 

University  of  Oregon  Medical  School — Ore.X. 

Univ.  of  Pennsylvania  School  of  Med. — Pa.l. 

Univ.  of  PUlsburgh   School   of  Med.— Pa. 12. 

Univ.    of   San   Antonio   Med.    Dept. — Tex.9. 

Unlr.  of  South   Carolina   .Med.   Dept— S.C.2 

Unlr.  of  South  Dakota  Coll.  of  Med— S.D.l. 

Unlrerslty  of  Southern  California  College  of 
Medicine.— Cal. 6. 

Unlreralty  of  Southern  California  Med. 
Dept    (Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Surgs.)— Cal. ». 

University  of  Spokane  Falls  College  of  Medi- 
cine.— Wash. 3. 

University  of  St  Charles  Med.  Dept— HI.S. 

University  of  St  Thomas  Mod.  Dept — P.M. 

Univ.  of  Tennessee  Coll.  of  Med. — Tenn.6. 

University  of  Texas  Dept.  of  Mod. — Tox.2. 

Unlrerslty  of  the  City  of  New  York  Med. 
Dept— N.Y.5. 

Unlrerslty  of  the  Pacific  Med.  Dept. — Cal.I. 

Unlrerslty  of  the  Philippines  College  of  Med. 
and  Surg.,  Manila. — P.I  2. 

Unlr.    of    the    South    Med.    Dept. — Tenn.ll. 

University  of  Toronto  Fac.  of  Mod. — Ontl. 

Unlrerslty  of  Utah  .School  of  Med— Utah  1. 

University  of  Vt  Coll.  of  Me<l  — Vt2. 

Unlrerslty  of  Virginia  Dept  of  Med.— Ta.l. 


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MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


tJnlT.    of   Washington    Med.    Dept.— Wanh.l. 
Unlreralty    of    West    Tennessee    CoUeKe    of 

Med.    and   Surg. — Tenn.l4. 
tJnlT.  of  Wisconsin  Medical  School. — Wl».6. 
University  of  Wooster  Medical  Dept. — 0.11. 
Upper  Canada  School   of  Medicine. — Ont.3. 
Utah,  University  of.  School  of  Med.— UUh  1. 
Valley  of   Virginia    Medical   School   of  the, 

Winchester.— Va.  2. 
Valparaiso  University  Medical  Dept.— ni.J2. 
VandcTlillt  University  Med.  Dept.— Tenn.5. 
Vermont  Academy  of  Medicine. — Vt.1. 
Vermont  Medical    College.    Kutland.— Vt.4. 
Vermont  Medical   College,   Woodstock. — Vt.S. 
Vermont,  University  of.  Coll.  of  Med. — Vt.2. 
Victoria    University    Medical    Dept. — Ont.4. 
Virginia,  Medical    College  of.— Va.4. 
Vlrtilnla,  University  of,  Dept,  of  Med.— Va.l. 
Wake    Forest    Coll.    School    of   .Med.— N.C.5. 
Waldcn    University    Med.    Dept. — Tenn.7. 
Washburn  College  Med.   Dept. — Kan.S. 
Washington    Blochemic   Med.    Coll.— Wash.2. 
Washlngtiin  College   Medical   Dept.— Md.2. 
Washington  Homeopathic   Med.   Coll.— D.C.5. 
Washington  University   Med.   Dept— Mo.Z. 


Washington  University    School   of   Uedlclne, 

Baltimore. — Md.2. 
Washington,  Univ.  of,  Med.  Dept.— Wash.I. 
West  Coast  Medical  Collefs,  San  Francisco. 

— Cal.lO. 
Western  College  of  Homeopathic   Med. — 0.7. 
Western  Eclectic    College    of    Medicine    and 

Surgery,   Kansas  City. — Kan.7. 
Western  Homeopathic  Coll.,  CleTeland. — 0.7. 
Western    I'ennsylvanla   Med.    College,    Pltls- 

burgh.— ra.l2. 
Western  Reserve  Dntrerstty  School  of  Medi- 
cine, Cleveland. — 0.8. 
Western  University  Med.  Dept — Ont.O. 
Westminster  University  Coll.  of  Med.— Colo.4. 
West    Tennessee,    University    of.    College    of 

Med.  and  Surg. — Tenn.14. 
West  VlrglnU   University   School  of  Med.— 

W.Vs.l. 
Wichita   Medical    College,   Wichita.— Kan.S. 
Willamette  University  Med.  Dept.— Ore.  1. 

Will <-,ii„..„  M»ii„..i   Dept- Mass.2. 

Wi;  il.  Dept.— 0.28. 

Wl:.  .:e.— Va.3. 

Wlnnna    -iieuii'ai    ociinoi. — Minn.l. 


Wisconsin  Coll.  of  Phys.  and  Burgs. — Wls.t. 
Wisconsin  Eclectic  Medical  School.— Wts.4. 
Wisconsin,  Univ.  of,  Med.  School.- Wls.5. 
Woman's  Hospital  Medical  College. — ni.S. 
Woman's  Medical  College.— III. 9. 
Woman's  Med.   Coll.,  Homeopathic. — Mo.2S. 
Woman's  Med.  College  of  Baltimore. — Md.5. 
Woman's  Med.  College  of  Cincinnati. — 0.2*. 
Womsn's  Med.  College,  Kansas  City. — Mo.30. 
Woman's  Med.  College,  Kingston. — 0nt7. 
Woman's  Medical    College    of    Georgia    and 

Training  School  for  Nurses. — Ga.lt. 
Woman's  Med.  Coll.  of  Pennsylvania. — Pa.7. 
Woman's  Med.  College  of  the  New  York  In- 

Ormary  for  Women  and  Children. — N.Y.14. 
Woman's    Medlcsl    School    of    Nortbttestem 

University.— III. 9. 
Wooster,  University  of,  Med.  Dept. — 0.11. 
Worcester  Medical  College. — Mass.4. 
Worthlngton  Medical  College,  Eclectic. — 0.2. 
Yale    College.    Medical    Institution    of.    New 

Raven. — Conn.l. 
Yale  Medical  School,  New  Haven. — Conn.l. 
Tale  University  School  of  Med. — Conn.l. 
Zanesvllle  Academy   of  Medicine. — 0.39. 


THIRD  CLASSIFICATION  OF  MEDICAL  COLLEGES 


Prepared  hy  the  Council  on  Medical  Education  and  Hospitals  of  the  American  Medical  Association, 
omitted  have  ceased  to  exist  by  merger  or  otherwise. 


Bevlaed  to  Jsn.  1,  1923.     CollesiS 


CLASS  A- 


-ACCEPTABLE    MEDICAL 
COLLEGES 


ALABAMA 

Univ.  of  Ala.  School  of  Med.* Tuscaloosa 

ARKANSAS 

Onlv.    of   Ark.    Med.    Dept Little   Rock 

CALIFORNIA 

College   of   Medical    Evangelists 

Loma    Linda.    Los    Angeles 

Stanford    University   Seliool  of    Medi- 
cine  San  Francisco 

University  of  California   Med.  School 

San   Francisco 

COLORADO 
University  of  Colorado  School  of  Med- 
icine     Denver 

CONNECTICUT 

Yale  Univ.  School  of  Med New  Haven 

DISTRICT  OF  COLUMBIA 
Georgetown  Univ.  School  of  Med. Washington 
George   Washington    University   Medi- 
cal School   Washington 

Howard  Unlr.  School  of  Med... Washington 

GEORGIA 

Emory  Untv.    School   of  Med Atlanta 

Univ.  of  Georgia  Med.  Dept Augusta 

ILLINOIS 
Loyola   University.  School  of  Med.. Chicago 
Northwestern    Univ.    Med.    School ...  Chicago 
Rush  Med.  CoU.  (Univ.  of  Chicago) .  .Chicago 
University  of  Illinois  Coll.  of  Med.. Chicago 

INDIANA 
Indiana    UnivessHy    School    of    Medi- 
cine     Bloomlngton-Indlanapolis 

IOWA 

State  University  of  Iowa   College  of 

Medicine   Iowa  City 

KANSAS 

University  of  Kansas  School  of  Med- 
icine   Lawrence-Rosedale 

KENTUCKY 
UnlT.   of  Louisville  Med.   Dept Louisville 

LOUISIANA 
Tulane    Univ.     of    Louisiana     School 

of  Medicine New  Orleans 

MARYLAND 
Johns  Hopkins  Univ.  Med.  Dept.. Baltimore 
Univ.  of  Maryland  School  of  Med.  and 

College  of  Phys.   and   Surgs.  .Baltimore 


MASSACHUSETTS 
Boston  University  School  of  Med...  .Boston 

Medical  School  of  Harvard   Unlv Boston 

TufU  College  Medical  School BoMon 

MICHIGAN 

Detroit  College  of  Med.  and  Surg Detroit 

Univ.  of  Michigan  Med.  School.. Ann  Arbor 

MINNESOTA 
Unir.  of  Minnesota  Med.  School. Minneapolis 

MISSISSIPPI 
Univ.  of  Mississippi  School  of  Med.*. Oxford 

MISSOURI 

St  Louis  Univ.  School  of  Med. St  Ix>uU 

Univ.  of  Mo.  School  of  Med.* Columbia 

Washington  Unlv.  Med.  School St  Louis 

NEBRASKA 

Crelghton  Univ.  Coll.  of  Med Omaha 

Unlv.  of  Nebraska  Coll.  of  Med Omaha 

NEW   HAMPSHlltE 

Dartmouth  Medical  School* Hanover 

NEW  YORK 

Albany  Medical  College Albany 

Columbia  University  College  of  Physi- 
cians and  Surgeons New  York  City 

Cornell  Unlv.  Med.  College.. New  York  City 

Long  Island  Coll.  Hospital Brooklyn 

Syracuse  Unlv.  Coll.  of  Med Syracuse 

University  and  Bellevue  Hospital  Med. 

Coll New    York    City 

Univ.  of  Buffalo  Dept  of  Med Buffalo 

NORTH  CAROLINA 
University   of  North   Carolina   School 

of    Medicine* Chapel    Hill 

Wake  Forest  College  School  of  Medi- 
cine*     Wake  rorest 

NORTH    DAKOTA 
University    of    North    Dakota    School 

of  Medicine* University 

OHIO 

Ohio  State  Unlv.  Coll.  of  Med Columbus 

Univ.  of  Cincinnati  Coll.  of  Med..  .Cincinnati 
Western  Reserve  University  School  of 

Medicine    Cleveland 

OKLAHOMA 
Univ.    of    Oklahoma    School    of    Med. 
Norman-Oklahoma    City 

OREGON 

Univ.    of    Oregon    Med.    School Portland 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Hahnemann  Medical  College  and  Hos- 
pital  of  Philadelphia Philadelphia 


Jefferson  Medical  College  of  Philadel- ' 

phia   PhUadelphta 

University  of  Pennsylvania  School  of 

Medicine   PhUadelphia 

Univ.  of  PitUburgh   School  of  Medi- 
cine     Pittsburgh 

Woman's  Medical  College  of  Pennsyl- 
vania    Philadelphia 

SOUTH  CAROLINA 
Medical    College    of    Bute    of    South 

Carolina   Charleston 

SOUTH  DAKOTA 
University  of  South  Dakota  College  of 

Medicine*    Vermilion 

TENNESSEE 

.Meharry  Medical  College Nashville 

Untv.  of  Tennessee  Coll.  of  Med..  .Memphis 
Vanderbllt   Univ.    Med.    Dopt Nashville 

TEXAS 

Baylor  Unlv.   College  of  Med Dallas 

Univ.  of  Texas  Dept.  of  Med. Galveston 

UTAH 
University   of  UUh   School   of  Med.* 

Salt  Lake    City 

VERMONT 
UnlT.  of  YcnKODt  Coll.  of  Med.  .Burilngton 

VIRGINIA 

Medical    College   of   Virginia Richmond 

University  of  Virginia  Department  of 

Medicine    Charlottesville 

WEST  VIRGINIA 
West    Virginia    University    School    of 

Med.*    Morgantown 

WISCONSIN 
Marquette  Univ.  School  of  Med..  .Milwaukee 
UnlT.  of  Wisconsin  Med.  School* . . .  Madison 

Total  "0 


*  Gives   only   the    first   two   years   of   the 
medical  course. 


CLASS      B— COLLEGES      NEEDING      GEN- 
ERAL    IMPROVEMENTS     TO     BE 
MADE     ACCEPTABLE 


ILLINOIS 

General  Medical  College.... 


.Chicago 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


NEW  YORK 

New  York  Homeopathic  Medical  Col- 
lege and  Flower  Hosp..New  York  City 

OHIO 
Eclectic   Medical   College Cincinnati 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Temple    Univ.    Med.    Dept Philadelphia 

Total  4 


CLASS      C— COLLEGES       REQUIRING       A 

COMPLETE    REORGANIZATION    TO 

MAKE    THEM    ACCEPTABLE 


ILLINOIS 

Chicago    Medical    School Chicago 

MASSACHUSETTS 

College  of  Phys.   and  Surgs Boston 

Middlesex    College    of    Medicine    and 

Surgery  Cambridge 


MISSOURI 

Kansas  City  UnWerslty  of  Physicians 

/      and    Surgeons* Kansas    City 

St.   Louis   College   of   Physicians   and 

Surgeons    St.    Louis 

TENNESSEE 
University  of  West  Tennessee  College 

of  Medicine  and  Surgery Memphis 

Total  0 

*  Gives    only    the    flrst   two   years    of    the 
medical  course. 


UNCLASSIFIED 
Kansas  City  College  of  Medicine  and 

Surgery    Kansas    City 

This  college  is  an  offshoot  of  another  Class 
C  institution,  the  Eclectic  Medical  Univer- 
sity, which  has  since  ceased  to  exist.  The 
new  college  has  refused  to  have  Inspections 
made,  but  information  on  file  indicates  that 
no  rating  higher  than  Class  C  could  he  given 


it.  It  is  reported  as  not  recognized  by  the 
licensing  boards  of  41  states. 

Note.^ — OIBclal  statements  from  the  follow- 
ing state  licensing  boards  indicate  tliat  as  a 
rule  the  colleges  rated  in  Class  C  are  not 
recognized:  Alabama,  Alaska,  Arizona.  Ar- 
kansas (Reg.),  Colorado,  Connecticut  (Iteg.), 
Delaware,  Florida,  Georgia,  Idaho.  Illinois, 
Indiana,  Iowa,  Kansas,  Kentucky,  Louisiana 
(Reg.),  Maine,  Maryland  (Reg),  Michigan, 
Minnesota,  Mississippi,  Montana.  Nebraska. 
New  Hampshire,  New  Jersey,  New  Mexico, 
New  York,  North  Carolina.  North  Dakota, 
Ohio,  Oklahoma,  Oregon,  Pennsylvania.  Porto 
Rico,  Rhode  Island,  South  Carolina.  South 
Dakota,  Tennessee.  Texas.  Utah,  Vermont. 
Virginia,  Washington,  West  Virginia,  Wis- 
consin. 

The  licensing  boards  of  Alabama,  Arkan- 
sas (Reg.),  Delaware,  Florida,  Kansas,  Mon- 
tana. New  Hampshirt*.  New  Jerse.v.  New  York, 
.Vorth  Carolina,  Rhode  Island.  South  Caro- 
lina, Virginia  and  West  Virginia  report  that 
they  recognize  only  the  medical  colleges 
listed  In  Class  A. 


HISTORICAL  MATTER  ON  MEDICAL  COLLEGES 

Number  of  Colleges  Existing,  86:  Extinct.  366.     TItlts  of  Existing  Colleges  «r«  in  Black  Letters. 


MEDICAL     COLLEGES    OF    THE    UNITED 
STATES  AND  CANADA 


ALABAMA 

Ala.  1. — Graffenburg  Institute.  Dadevllle. 
Chartered  1852.  First  class  graduated  in 
1856.      Extinct    1862. 

Ala.  2. — University  of  Alabama  School  of 

Medicine,  Tuscaloosa.  Organized  185U  at 
Mobile  as  the  Medical  College  of  Ala- 
bama, flrst  class  graduated  1860,  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  except 
1862-68,  inclusive;  reorganized  as  Medical 
Department  of  the  University  of  Alabama 
in  1897.  All  property  was  transferred  to 
University  of  Alabama  In  1907,  when  present 
title  was  assumed.  Removed  to  Tuscaloosa 
in  1920  when  teaching  of  the  clinical  years 
was  suspended.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Clyde 
Brooks.     Total  registration,   1921-22  was  6{. 

Ala.  3. — Southern  University,  Medical  De-  j 
partment,  Greensboro.     Organized  1872.     Ex- 
tinct 1880. 

Ala.  4. — Birmingham  Medical  College,  Bir-  j 
mlngbam.    Chartered  in  1894.    The  flrst  class 
graduated    in    1895.      In    1913    became    the  i 
Graduate  School  of  Medicine  of  the  Univer- 
sity  of   Alabama.      Ceased   teaching    under- 
graduate students  in  1915. 

Ala.  5. — Medical  College  Montezuma  Uni- 
versity, Bessemer.  Organized  1896,  flrst 
class  graduated  1897,  second  class  1898.  Ex- 
tinct Septemtier,    1898. 

ARKANSAS 

Ark.  I.— University  of  Arkaniai  Medical 
Department  Little  Rock.  Organized  1879. 
first  class  graduated  In  1880.  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year  including 
1918  when  clinical  teaching  was  suspcncied. 
Original  title  of  Arkansas  Industrial  Uni- 
versity changed  to  present  title  in  1899  by 
legislative  enactment.  In  .luly.  IBM.  Ii 
merged  with  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons,  and  the  school  became  an  integral 
part  of  the  University  of  Arkansas.  The 
dean  la  Dr.  Morgan  Smith.  Total  registra- 
tion.   1921-22,    34. 

Ark.  2. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Little  Rock.  This  college  was  organ- 
ized in  1906.  Classes  were  graduated  from 
1907  to  1911,  Inclusive,  when  it  was  merged 
with  the  University  of  Arkansas  Medical 
Department. 

Ark.  3.— Bethel  Medical  Department. 
Southwestern  University.  Little  Rock.  Ex- 
tinct  about    1890. 

Ark.  5. — Medical  Department  of  Sulphur 
Rock  College,  Bulpbur  Rock.  Organized 
1898.  No  graduate*.  In  1902  removed  to 
Texarkana  and  under  new  charter  became 
the  Gate  City  Medical  Collece.     (See  Tex.  7.) 


CALIFORNIA 

Cal.  1.— Cooper  Medldal  College,  San 
Kranclsco.  Organl/.tni  IS.'kS  as  Meiilcai  De- 
partment of  University  of  the  Pacific.  Dis- 
continued 1864,  revived  1870,  became  Medi- 
cal Department  University  College  of  San 
Francisco  1S73,  title  of  Medical  College  of 
the  Pacific.  Above  title  assumed  In  1882. 
First  class  graduated  1860,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year  except  1865- 
1869.  In  1908  it  united  with  Leiand  Stan- 
ford Junior  University.  It  retained  the 
title  of  Cooper  Medical  College,  however, 
until  the  class  of  1912  was  graduated.  (See 
Cal.   U.) 

Cal,  2.— University  of  California  Medical 
School,  Berkeley  and  San  FrancLsco.  Or- 
ganized 1863  as  Toland  Medical  College. 
First  class  graduated  in  1864.  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year.  In  1872 
became  Medical  Department,  University  of 
California.  in  1909  the  University  of 
.Southern  California  College  of  Medicine 
merged  as  the  Los  Angeles  Medical  Depart- 
ment. This  Los  Angeles  portion  was  changed 
lo  a  graduate  school  in  1914.  In  1915  the 
Hahnemann  Medical  College  of  the  Pacific 
was  merged,  and  elective  chairs  In  homeo- 
pathic materia  medica  and  therapeutics  were 
provided  for.  The  work  of  the  flrst  year 
and  a  half  is  given  at  Berkeley  and  that  of 
the  last  two  and  one-half  years  at  San 
Francisco.  Since  1914  the  course  has  In- 
cluded a  fifth  year  consisting  of  hospital 
Internship,  or  of  special  work  in  a  depart- 
ment of  the  medical  school.  The  dean  is 
Dr.  Herl)en  C.  Moffltt,  Ban  Francigco. 
Total  regtstratlott  for  1921-22,  233;  grad- 
uotae,    41. 

For    special    Announcement    see    page    4 

Cal.  3. — Catltomia  Medical  Society  and 
■  ollege  of  Physicians,  San  Francisco.  In- 
rnrporated  1876.  No  graduates.  Extinct 
1877. 

Cal.  4.— California  Eclectic  Medical  Col- 
lece, Los  Angeles.  Organized  1879  at  Oak- 
land as  the  California  Medical  College,  rirst 
class  graduated  1880.  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  except  1907.  Removed 
to  Ban  Francisco  In  1887.  Suspended  in 
1906.  Reorganized  at  Los  Angelas  in  1907 
with  above  title.     Extinct  in  1915. 

Cal.  5. — Hahnemann  Medical  College  of 
the  Pacific,  Ban  Francisco.  Homeopathic. 
Organized  1881  as  Hahnemann  Medical  Col- 
lege. First  class  graduated  1884,  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year;  last  claas 
In  1918.  Name  changed  In  1888  to  Hahne- 
mann HospiUI  College  of  San  Francisco. 
In  1902  assumed  present  name.  In  1915  it 
merged  with  the  University  of  California 
Medical  iichool  retaining  a  separate  exist- 
ence until  its  three  remaining  classes  had 
graduated.  The  laat  class  graduated  In 
1918. 


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CaL  6. — University  of  Southern  California 
*'ollege  of  Medicine.  Los  Angeles.  Founded 
1X85.  First  class  graduated  in  1888,  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year.  Early 
In  1909  It  merged  with  the  University  of 
California  as  the  Los  Angeles  Medical  De- 
partment. Graduated  its  last  class  in  1914 
when  it  was  changed  to  a  Graduate  School 
of  Medicine. 

Cal.  7. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons of  San  Francisco.  Organized  1896. 
First  class  graduated  1897,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subseiiuent  .vear  Suspended 
teaching  In  1918  hut  retained  a  nominal 
existence  lo  grant  degrees  to  three  remain- 
ing classes  which  were  taught  elsewhere. 
The   last  class  graduated   In   1920. 

Cal.  g.— Oakland  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery,  O-tkland.  Organized  1900.  opened 
In  1902;  flnt  claas  graduated  In  1906.  Sus- 
pended tearhing  in  1918  but  retained  nomi- 
nal existence  to  grant  degrees  lo  two  re- 
maining classes  which  were  taught  else- 
where.     The   last   cla.ss   graduated    in    1920. 

Cal.  t. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons (Medical  Department  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  Southern  California),  Los  Angeles. 
Organized  1903.  First  class  graduated  l!lO-> 
In  1909  It  liocame  the  .Medical  Departnuiil 
of  the  University  of  Southern  California. 
Suspended  in  1920. 

Cal.  10.— Paciflc  Coast  Regular  College  of 
.Medicine.  San  Francisco.  Organized  in  1900. 
.Name  changed  same  year  to  West  Coast 
Medical  College.  Reported  fraudulent.  Ex- 
tinct In  1907. 

Cal.  II. — Stanford  University  School  of 
Medlelne,  Stanford  University  and  Han 
Francisco.  Organized  in  1903  when,  by  an 
agreement,  the  Interests  of  Cooper  Medical 
I'ollego  were  eventually  to  bo  taken  over 
The  latter  conlinuni  leaching  until  1912 
First  class  graduated  In  1913.  Since  1914 
the  course  has  included  a  flfih  year  con- 
sisting of  a  hospital  lnleni.ship.  The  dean 
Is  Dr.  Wni.  Ophtlls.  Surraincnio  aiul  Web- 
star Sts.,  San  Francisco.  Total  registra- 
tion   In    1921-22,    167;    graduates,    28. 

For    Special    Announcement    sec    paQe    S 

Cal.    12. — College  of   Medical   Evangelists, 

I»ma  Linda.  Uis  Angeles.  Organized  1909 
First  class  graduated  In  1914.  The  president 
Is  Dr.  Newton  Evans.  Total  registration 
for    1921-22,    198;    graduates,    23. 

Cal.  13.— Pacific  Medical  College,  I»s 
Angeles.  Organized  and  chartered  In  llllii 
Closely  idcntllled  with  so  called  ■rliugless" 
medicine.  Reported  not  recognized  hy  the 
California  .State  Board  of  .Medical  Exam 
Iners  either  as  a  medical  or  a  tlrugless 
college.  Extinct  In  1916.  Several  diplomas 
of  the  Institution  were  reported  sold  ID 
subsequent   >ear8. 


MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


COLORADO 

Colo.  1. — Denver  College  of  Medicine.  Or- 
ganized 1881.  Flrat  clau  graduated  1882, 
and  a  claia  graduated  each  subsequent  rear 
to  1902.  when  It  merged  with  Cross  .Medicnl 
College  to  form  the  Denver  and  Groaa  Col- 
lege of  Medicine. 

Colo.  2.— Unlverilty  of  Colorado  School  ol 
Medicine.  Boulder  and  Denver.  Orened  1883 
as  the  Colorado  School  of  Medicine.  Flrat 
class  graduated  1885.  and  a  class  graduated 
e.iih  »ub^ei|ucnt  your  cicepi  lSHS-9'.i.  Prei- 
cnt  title  In  1907.  In  1911  the  Denver  and 
(•rosa  Medical  College  was  merged  and  the 
teaching  of  the  two  clinical  years  was 
Iriinsferred  to  Denver.  Tlie  dean  is  l>r, 
Charles  N.  Meader.  Total  registration  for 
1921-22,   100:  graduates,  15. 

Colo.  3.— Grosa  Medical  College.  Denver. 
Organized  In  1887  as  Medical  Department 
Kocky  Mountain  University ;  a  clasa  gradu- 
ated 1888,  and  each  subsequent  year  until 
1902.  when  It  consolidated  with  the  Denver 
College  of  Medicine,  to  former  Denver  and 
Gross  CoIlcKO  of  Medicine. 

Colo.  4. — Denver  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons.  Denver.  Organized  1894,  as  the 
Denver  Homeopathic  College.  First  class 
Krnduated  1895.  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  In  1907  It  became  nonsec- 
tarlan  ns  the  Westminster  University  College 
nf  Medicine.  Took  above  name  In  1808.  Ex- 
tinct In   1909. 

Colo.  5. — Denver  and  Gross  College  of 
Medicine,  Medical  Department,  University  of 
Denver.  Formed  In  1902  by  union  of  Grosa 
Medical  College  with  the  Denver  College  of 
Medicine.  First  class  graduated  1903.  In 
1911,  It  united  with  the  University  of  Colo- 
rado School    of  Medicine. 

CONNECTICUT 
Conn.  I. — Yale  University  School  of  Medi- 
cine (Yale  .Medical  School),  New  Haven, 
chartered  In  1810  as  Medical  Institution  of 
Vale  College.  Organized  in  1812.  Instruc- 
tion began  In  1813.  First  class  graduated 
1814,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  In  1879  a  new  charter  changed  Its 
name  to  the  Medical  Department  of  Yale 
College.  In  1884  the  Connecticut  Medical 
Society  surrendered  Its  authority  to  the  Col- 
lege. In  1887  Y'ale  College  became  Yale 
I'nlverslty.  The  Dean  Is  Dr.  Milton  C. 
Winternltz.  The  total  registration  for  1921- 
22    was    165;    graduates,    23. 

DISTRICT  OF  COLUMBIA 
D.  C.  I. — George  Washington  University 
Medical  School,  Washington.  Organized  1825 
as  the  Medical  Department  of  Columbian 
College;  It  was  also  subsequently  authorized 
to  use  the  name  National  Medical  College. 
First  class  graduated  1826,  and  classes  grad- 
uated all  subsequent  years  except  1834-38 
and  1861-63.  Title  chansed  to  .Medical  De- 
partment of  Columbian  University  In  1873. 
It  absorbed  the  National  University  Medical 
Department  In  1903.  In  1904,  by  an  act 
of  Congress,  It  became  the  Department  of 
.Medicine  of  George  Washington  University. 
The  dean  is  Dr.  William  C.  Borden.  The 
total  registration  1921-22  was  149;  grad- 
uates.  15. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    4 

D.  C.  2. — Georgetown  University  School  of 
Medicine,  W.ishlngton.  Organized  1851. 
First  class  graduated  1852,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subseiiuent  year.  The  dean  Is 
Dr.  George  M.  Kober.  The  registration  for 
1921-22    was    204  ;    graduates.    22. 

D.  C.  3. — Howard  University  School  of 
Medicine.  Washington,  Chartered  In  1887. 
Organized  In  1869.  The  first  class  graduated 
1871.  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  Colored  students  compose  a  majority 
of  those  In  attendance.  The  dean  la  Dr.  Ed- 
ward A.  Balloch.  Registration  for  1921-22 
waa    199 ;    graduates,    22. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    4 

D.  C.  4. — National  University  Medical  De- 
partment, Washington.  Organized  1884,  first 
class  graduated  1885,  and  a  class  graduated 
e.Tch  subsequent  year.  Merged  Into  the  Co- 
lumbian University  Medical  Department  In 
1903. 

D.  C.  5. — Washington  Homeopathic  Medi- 
cal College.     Organized  1893  as  the  National 


Homeopathic  Medical  College.  First  class 
graduated  1894  and  classes  graduated  all 
Kubsequent  years.  In  1K9G  It  took  the  above 
title.  Last  class,  numherini:  10  stuJeots, 
graduated  In  1896,  when  It  became  extinct. 

FLORIDA 

Fla.  I. — Tallahassee  College  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery,  Medical  Department  of  th« 
University  of  Florida.  Jacksonville.  Organ- 
ized at  Tallahassee  1883,  removed  to  Jack- 
sonvUls  1885.     Extinct  1886. 

GEORGIA 
Ga.  I.— University  of  Georgia  Msdital  Ds- 

partment,  AuKUiila.  .Medjcal  Academy  of 
Georgia,  organized  1828.  Name  changed  to 
Medical  Collage  of  Georgia  in  1829.  Prosent 
tlUe  in  1873.  First  class  graduated  In  1833. 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
except  1862  and  1863.  Became  Integral  part 
of  the  University  of  (leiriiM  in  lull.  The 
dean  Is  Dr.  William  U.  Doughty,  Jr.  Total 
enrollment   for    1921-22,   89:   graduates,    13. 

Ga.  2. — Southern  Botanlco-Medlcal  Col- 
lege, Macon.  Chartered  1839.  First  located 
at  Forsythe.  Removed  to  Macon  1846.  First 
class  graduated  1841.  A  class  graduated 
each  year  until  1854.  Name  then  changed 
to  Ueform  Medical  College  of  Georgia. 
Classes  graduated  to  1861.  Suspended  dur- 
ing ClvU  War.  Resumed  1867.  Classes 
graduated  1S68  to  1874,  when  name  of  Col- 
lege of  American  Medicine  and  Surgery  was 
aastuned.  No  classes  graduated  1877  to  1S81. 
Removed  to  Atlanta  In  1881.  In  1884  char- 
ter waa  traiuferred  to  Georgia  College  of 
Eclectic  Medicine  and  Surgery. 

Ga.  3. — Thompsonlan  College,  Barbour- 
vllle.     Organized  1850.     Extinct. 

Ga.  4. — Savannah  Medical  Collets.  In- 
corporated 1838,  organized  1853,  charter 
amended  1857,  suspended  1861-6*.  Extinct 
1880. 

Ga  S. — Emory  University  School  of  Med- 
iciaa,  Atlanta.  Organized  1854  as  the  At- 
lanta Medical  College.  Classes  graduated 
1855  to  1861.  Inclusive.  Suspended  1861 
Reorganized  1865.  A  cla^s  graduated  In 
1865,  and  a  class  graduated  In  each  subse- 
quent year.  United  with  Southern  Medical 
College  In  1898  to  form  Atlanu  College  of 
Physicians  and  Surgeons.  In  1913  the  At- 
lanta College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons 
merged  with  the  Atlanu  School  of  Medicine, 
reassumlng  the  name  of  Atlanta  Medical 
College.  Became  Medical  Department  of 
Emory  University  In  1915;  a.saumed  present 
title  in  1917.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  W.  S.  Klkln. 
Total  registration  for  1921-22.  220;  grad- 
uates,   50. 

Ga,  6. — Oglethorpe  Medical  College.  Sa- 
vannah.    Organize)  1856.     Extinct  1861. 

Ga.  7. — Reform  Medical  College,  Macon. 
(See  Ga.  2.) 

Ga.  8. — College  of  American  Medicine  and 
Surgery.      (See  Ga.  2.) 

Ga.  9. — Georgia  College  of  Eclectic  Medi- 
cine and  Surgery.  Atlanta.  Organized  1877 
as  Georgia  Eclectic  Medical  College.  Ac- 
quired charter  College  of  American  Medicine 
and  Surgery  1884.  Assumed  present  name 
188S.  First  class  graduated  1878.  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding  1916,  when   It  became  extinct. 

Ga.  10.— Southern  Medical  College.  At- 
lanta. Organized  1878.  First  class  gradu- 
ated 1880,  and  a  class  graduated  each  year 
until  1898,  when  It  united  with  Atlanu  Med- 
ical College  to  form  Atlanta  College  of 
Physicians  and  Surgeons. 

Ga.  11.— Atlanta  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons.  Formed  In  1898  by  union  of 
Atlanta  Medical  College  and  Southern  Med- 
ical College.  First  class  graduated  In  1899 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
including  1913.  when  It  merged  nltb  the  At- 
lanu School  of  Medicine  to  form  the  At- 
lanu Medical  College. 

Ga.  12. — Atlanta  School  of  Medicine.  Or- 
ganized 1905.  First  class  graduated  1906 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year, 
Including  1913,  when  It  merged  with  the  At- 
lanta College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons 
under  the  name  of  Atlanta  Medical  College. 

Ga.  13.— Middle  Georgia  Medical  College, 
Griffin.  Incorporated  Dec.  19,  1859.  Ex- 
tinct. 


Ga.  14. — Dalton  Medical  College,  Dalton. 
Incorporated  March  2,  1866,     Extinct. 

Ga.  15. — Clark  University  Medical  Depart- 
ment, Atlanta.  Chartered  In  1886.  No  grad- 
uates.    Extinct. 

Oa.  1*. — Woman's  Medical  College  of 
Georgia  and  Training  School  for  Nurses,  At- 
lanu. Organized  In  1889  and  graduated  a 
class  the  following  year.  In  1890-91  grad- 
uated seven  out  <)S  ten  matrlculanU.  Ex- 
tinct. 

Ga.  17. — International  Medical  Hlsslonarr 
College  and  Training  School  for  Nurses.  At- 
lanta. Organized  In  1904.  Classes  were 
graduated  In  1906,  1907  and  1908,  when  It 
suspended. 

Ga.  18. — HosplUI  Medical  College,  Eclec- 
tic. Atlanu.  CharUred  1908.  The  first 
class  graduated  In  19tt.  In  1911  It  became 
extinct. 

Ga.  19. — Southern  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery,  Atlanu.  Organized  1911.  First 
class  graduated  In  1912.  Extinct  In  1914. 
Several  diplomas  of  this  Institution  were 
reported    sold    in    subsequent    years. 

ILLINOIS 
111.  1.— Rusk  Medical  College,  Chicago. 
Chartered  1837,  organized  1843,  first  claas 
graduated  1844  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  Became  Medical  Depart- 
ment Lake  Forest  University  1887.  Affiliated 
with  the  Unlveralty  of  Chicago  1898.     Since 

1914  the  course  has  included  a  fifth  year 
consisting  of  s  hospital  Internship  or  of  a 
fellowship  In  one  of  the  departments.  The 
dean  Is  Dr.  John  M.  Dodson.  ToUl  regis- 
tration   1921-22    was    712 ;    graduates,    137. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    paije 

m.  1.— Medical  Department  of  IHlnols 
College,  Jacksonville.  Organized  1843.  Sus- 
pended 1848.    Had  37  graduates. 

111.  3.— Medical  Department  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  St.  Charles.  St.  Charles.  Organized 
1844.     Extinct  in  1845. 

III.  4.— The  General  Medical  College,  Chi- 
cago. Homeopathic.  Organized  1859  as  the 
Hahnemann  Medical  College  and  HospiUI. 
Name  changed  to  The  (Jeneral  Medical  Col- 
lege in  1922.  The  last  two  words  were 
dropped  from  the  tlUe  in  1922.  FlrM  class 
graduated  1861,  and  a  class  cradualed  »aoh 
subsequent  year.  In  1904  this  coliece  ab- 
sorbed the  Chicago  Homeopathic  Mi-dlcal 
College.  The  dean  is  Dr.  J,  C.  Blake 
ToUl  registration  1921-22  was  110:  grad- 
uates.   13. 

ni  5. — College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery 
(Physlo-Medlcal),  Chicago.  Organized  In 
1885  as  the  Chicago  Physlo-Medlcal  Insti- 
tute. The  first  class  graduated  In  1886. 
In  1891  the  name  was  changed  to  the  Chi- 
cago Physlo-Medlcal  0)llege.  In  1899  it 
absorbed  the  Chicago  College  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery  (Physlo-Medlcal)  (Dl.  20),  and 
assumed  the  above  title.  Physlo-Medlcal 
College  of  Dallas,  Tex.,  was  combined  with 
it  in  1908.  In  1911  it  was  absorbed  by  the 
Chicago  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 
(III.  22.) 

III.  6.— Northwestern  University  Medical 
School,  Chicaeo.  Organized  185!'  as  Me(ll<-al 
Department  Llnd  Unlveralty.  First  class 
graduated  1860  and  a  claas  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  In  1864  became  independ- 
ent aa  the  Chicago  Medical  College.  In  1905 
It  became  an  Integral  part  of  Northwestern 
University,  with  which  It  had  been  affiliated 
since    1869.      Present   title    In    1891.      Since 

1915  the  course  has  included  a  fifth  year 
spent  in  a  hospiul  as  an  Intern  or  in  other 
practical  work.  The  dean  la  Dr.  Arthur  I. 
Kendall.  The  total  registration  for  1921-22 
was  451 ;   graduates,    78. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    -I 
ni.  7. — Edlnburg  University.  Chicago.     In- 
corporated 1862  as  the  Chicago  Northwestern 
College,   became   Edlnburg    University    1870. 
Fraudulent.     Extinct. 

111.  8. — Bennett  Medical  College.  Chi- 
cago. Organized  1868  as  the  Bennett  Col- 
lege of  Eclectic  Medicine  and  Surgery.  Ec- 
lecticism dropped  and  title  of  Bennett  Medi- 
cal College  assumed  in  1909.  First  class 
graduated  In  1870.  and  a  claas  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  Absorbed  the  Illi- 
nois Medical  College  In   1910  and  the  Bell- 


as 


AMERICAN    MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


ance  Medical  College  In  1911.  In  1910  It 
became  by  affiliation  the  School  of  Medicine 
of  Loyola  University;  the  university  as- 
sumed full  control  In   1915. 

III.  9. — Northwestern  University  Woman's 
Medical  School,  Chicago.  Organized  1870  as 
Woman's  Hospital  Medical  College.  The 
word  "Hospital"  was  dropped  from  the  title 
In  1879.  First  class  graduated  1871,  a  class 
graduated  each  year  thereafter  except  1872. 
Became  Woman's  Medical  School  of  North- 
western University  in  1892.  Last  class  grad- 
uated In  1902,  when  the  college  became  ex- 
tinct. 

111.  10. — Chicago  Homeopathic  Medical 
College.  Organized  1876,  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1877,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subse- 
quent year.  Including  1904,  when  It  merged 
with  Hahnemann  Medical  College. 

III.  II.— University  of  Illinois  College  of 
Medicine,  Chicago.  Organized  1S82  as  the 
College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons.  First 
class  graduated  1883.  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  Became  Medical  De- 
partment of  the  University  of  Illinois  by  affil- 
iation in  1897  and  an  integral  part  In  1910. 
The  American  Medical  Missionary  College 
was  absorbed  In  1910.  University  assumed 
full  control  in  1911,  when  the  present  title 
was  assumed.  Relationship  canceled  In 
June,  1912,  but  restored  hi  March,  1913. 
The  dean  Is  Dr.  Albert  C.  Eycleshymer. 
Total  registration  for  1921-22  was  421 ;  grad- 
uates, 48. 

111.  12.— Chaddock  School  of  Medicine, 
Quincy.  Organized  1882,  as  the  gulncy 
College  of  Medicine,  reorganized  1888, 
taking  the  above  title.  First  class  gradu- 
ated hi  1883,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  Including  1890,  when  It 
became   extinct. 

III.  13— Harvey  Medical  College.  Chi- 
cago. Chartered  1891 ;  new  charter  1894 ; 
first  class  graduated  1895,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year.  Including  1905, 
when  It  became  extinct.  It  was  a  night 
school. 

111.  14.— National  Medical  University,  Chi- 
cago. Incorporated  Aug.  22.  1891.  as  the 
National  Homeopathic  Medical  College. 
Dropped  the  word  "Homeopathic"  In  1895 
and  In  1900  took  the  above  title.  Flmt 
class  graduated  1892,  and  a  class  gradu- 
ated each  subsequent  year.  Declared  not 
In  good  standing  by  the  Illinois  State 
Board  of  Health  In  April,   1909. 

III.  15— Herlng  Medical  College  Chicago. 
Homeopathic.  Organized  1892.  first  class 
graduated  1893,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  In  1902  absorbed  Dun- 
ham Medical  College.     Closed  In  1913. 

ni.  16. — Jenner  Medical  College.  Chicago 
Organized  1892,  first  class  graduated  189«, 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  Last  class  graduated  to  1917:  ex- 
tinct. 

III.  17.— nilnoU  Medical  College,  Chicago. 
Organized  1894.  first  class  graduated  189r.. 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
bicludtng  1910.  when  It  was  absorbed  by 
Bennett   Me<llcal   College. 

III.  18.— Dunham  Medical  College,  Chicago. 
Organized  1895,  first  class  graduated  1896,  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding 1902.  when  It  merged  with  the  Her- 
ing  Medical  College. 

ni.  19.— American  Medical  Missionary 
Collage.  Chicago.  Organized  1S95,  first 
class  graduated  1899.  The  first  two  years 
were  carried  on  st  Battle  Creek.  Mich , 
and  the  clinical  studies  In  Chicago.  The 
last  class  graduated  In  1910.  when  It  was 
absorbed  by  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons. 

III.  20. — Chicago  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery,  Physln-Medlcal.  Organized  1897, 
no  classes  graduated.  In  1899  It  merged 
with  the  Chicago  Physlo-Medlcal  College  to 
fonn  the  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery, 
Physlo-Medlcal. 

ni.  21.— Independent  Medical  College, 
Chicago.  "Diploma  mill,"  charter  revoked 
1899.     Fraudulent. 

ni.  22.— Chicago  College  of  Medicine  and 
surgery,  Chicago,    Organized  In  1901  as  the 


American  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery 
(Chicago  Eclectic  Medical  College).  In  1902 
the  part  of  the  names  in  parentheses  was 
dropped  and  it  became  by  affiliation  the 
Medical  Department  of  Valparaiso  Univer- 
sity. Dropped  eclecticism  In  IPO."!.  Assumed 
title  of  Chicago  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery  In  1907.  Absorbed  the  College  of 
Medicine  and  Surgery,  Physlo-Medlcal 
(Ili.5),  In  1911.  First  class  graduated  1903, 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
Jlerged  with  Ix)yola  University  School  of 
Medicine  in  1917.  (Do  not  confuse  with 
111.  20.) 

III.  23. — Dearborn  Medical  College,  Chl- 
caOT.  Organized  1903  ;  first  class  graduated 
1904,  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  Including  1907,  when  It  became  extinct. 

ni.  24. — College  of  Physicians  and  Stir- 
geons  of  the  T'pper  Mississippi,  Rock  Island 
Organized  In  1848.  First  class  graduated  in 
1849.  when  It  was  removed  to  Keokuk  with 
the  title  of  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons.      (See  la.   1.) 

HI.  25.— Northwestern  College  of  Mid- 
wifery, Chicago.  Organized  In  1875.  Fraud- 
ulent. Remove<l  to  Indianapolis  In  1878  and 
became  the  Indiana  College  of  Medicine  and 
Midwifery.     Extinct  1888.     (See  Ind.  24.) 

HI.  26.— Chicago  College  of  Science.  Or- 
ganized In  1888.     Extinct  1889.     Fraudulent. 

HI.  27.— National  University  of  Hllnols, 
Chicago.  Organized  1889.  Exthict  1890. 
Fraudulent. 

ni.  28.— German  College  of  Medicine  and 
Obstetrics,  Chicago.  Chartered  Feb.  19.  1891, 
by  Johann  Malok.     Fraudulent.     Extinct. 

III.  29. — Oernian  Hnraoopathtc  Medical 
College,  Chicago.  Chartered  Dec.  9.  1881, 
by  Johann  Malok.     Fraudulent.     Extinct. 

HI.  30. — Cerman  Medical  College,  Chicago. 
Chartered  Dec.  28.  1891,  by  Johann  Malok. 
Fraudulent.     Extinct. 

HI.  31. — German  Academy  of  Psychiatric 
Physicians,  Chicago.  Chartered  In  1892  by 
Johann    Malok.      Fraudulent.      Extinct. 

III.  32. — Oennan-Amerlcan  Homeopathic 
Medical  College,  Chicago.  Chartered  In  1892 
by  Johann  Malok.     Fraudulent.     Extinct. 

m.  S3. — German  College  of  Gynecology, 
Pediatrics  and  Obstetrics.  Chicago.  Char- 
tered In  1892  by  Johann  Malok.  Fraudulent. 
Extinct. 

ni.  34.— International  Medical  Missionary 
Institute,  Chicago.  Organized  about  1895. 
Extinct. 

III.  35— Illinois  Health  University,  Chi- 
cago. Organized  by  "J.  Armstrong.  MD. 
President."  et  al.     Charter  revoked  April  3, 

1897.  Fraudulent.  Succeeded  by  the  Inde- 
pendent Medical  College.  (See  III.  21  and 
III.    37.) 

ni.  36  — Illinois  SUndard  College  of  Med- 
icine anil   Sui%:ir.v,   Chicago.      Existed   about 

1898.  Extinct. 

m.  37.— Metropolitan  Medical  College. 
Chicago.  Organized  In  1899  by  "J.  Arm- 
strong. M.D..  President,"  et  al.  Gosed  by 
Injunction    1900.      Fraudulent. 

III.  38— Dutton  Medical  College.  Chicago. 
Operated  from  1899  to  about  1903.  Fraud- 
ulent.    Extinct. 

III.    39.— P" ...,,.,     ,.  ■,^,     (^^_ 

cago.      An  In    1907. 

First  class  vi  lass  grad- 

uated In  1911.  vMM'ii  u  wit^  ui>s<irped  by  the 
Bennett  Medical   College. 

HI.  40— Scientific  Medical  College,  Chi- 
cago. Incorporated  1898.  This  and  the 
International  University  of  Chicago  (for 
which  nu  charter  W  rcportt'd)  were  succes- 
sors to  the  Metropolitan  Medical  College, 
conducted  by  "J.  Armstrong,  M.D."  et  al. 
Fraudulent.  Closed  by  postal  authorities 
In    1900. 

ni.  41.— Ix)mbard  College  Medical  Depart- 
ment, Galesburg.  0rganl7.ed  In  1903,  held 
one  aeaslon,  when  20  students  were  enrolled. 
Gave  only  one  year  of  the  medical  course. 

III.  42. — Chlcaio  Medical  School,  Chicago. 
Organized  In  1911  as  the  Chicago  Hospital 
College  of  Medicine,  chartered  In  1912.  The 
flnit  class  grailiiatfil  In  I9H.  In  1917  was 
advertised  also  under  the  name  "Fort  Dear- 


bom  Hospital  Medical  School."  Present 
title  assumed  in  1919.  The  enrollment  for 
1921-22  was  175 ;  graduates,  50.  Reported 
not  recognized  by  the  licensing  boards  of 
45   states. 

III.  43.— Loyola  University  School  of  Med- 
icine, Chicago.  0^^';^nizcd  in  1910  when  the 
Bennett  Medical  College  became  by  aHllla- 
tion  the  Loyola  University  School  of  Medi- 
cine ;  the  University  assumed  full  control  in 
1915.  The  Chicago  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgeon  (111.  22)  was  purchased  in  1917. 
The  first  class  graduated  in  1910.  The  dean 
Is  Dr.  Louis  D.  Moorehead.  Total  registra- 
tion   1921-22,    231 ;    graduates,    64. 

INDIANA 

Ind.  1. — Indiana  Medical  College.  La 
Porte.  Organized  1S44.  as  the  Medical  De- 
partment of  La  Porte  University,  taking  the 
present  name  In  1845.     Extinct  1849. 

Ind.  2.— Medical  College  of  Eviin-v  nio. 
Organized  1849,  first  class  graduated  IS.'.O. 
classes  graduated  to  1854;  suspended  1S54- 
1871.  reorganized  and  classes  graduated  from 
1873  to  1884,  when  it  became  extinct. 

Ind.  3. — Indiana  Central  Medical  College, 
Medical  Departracnl  Asbury  University, 
Greencastle.     Organized   1850,   extinct   1854. 

Ind.  4. — Indiana  Medical  College,  Indian- 
apolis. Organized  1869.  first  class  graduated 
1870  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  to  18T8.  when  It  united  with  the  College 
of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  Indiana  to 
form  the  Medical  College  of  Indiana. 

Ind.  S.— Physlo-Medlcal  College  of  Indi- 
ana, Indianapolis.  Organized  1873,  first 
class  graduated  In  1874.  and  a  class  gradu- 
ated In  each  subsequent  year  Including 
1909.  when  It  became  extinct. 

Ind.  6. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons of  Indiana,  Indianapolis.  Organized 
1873,  first  class  1874,  a  class  graduated  each 
year  to  and  Including  1878,  when  It  joined 
Indiana  Medical  college  to  form  Medical 
College  of  Indiana. 

Ind.  7.— Medical  College  of  Fort  Wayne. 
Organized  1876,  classes  graduated  1877-83, 
when  It  became  extinct. 

Ind.  8.— Medical  College  of  Indiana,  Indi- 
anapolis. Organized  1878  by  the  union  of 
the  Indiana  Medical  College  and  Uie  College 
of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  Indiana 
First  class  graduated  1879  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  Medical  Department 
Butler  University  1879  to  1883.  Medical 
Department  University  of  Indianapolis  1895 
to  1905,  when  It  merged  with  Central  Col- 
lege of  Phylclans  and  Surgeons  and  Fort 
Wayne  College  of  Medicine  to  form  Indi- 
ana Medical  College,  School  of  Medicine  of 
Purdue    University. 

Ind.  9.— Central  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons,  Indianapolis.  Organbivl  1S7!>  first 
class  graduated  IKSO.  and  i 

each  subsequent  year.     In  , 

Fort  Wayne  College  of  Medi  ,| 

College  of  Indiana  to  form  Indiana  Medical 
College,  School  of  .Medicine  of  Purdue  Uni- 
versity. 

Ind.  10— Fort  Wayne  College  of  Medicine, 
Fort  Wayne.  Organized  1879,  first  class 
graduated  1880,  class  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year  except  1899.  In  1905  merged 
with  Medical  College  of  Indiana  and  Central 
College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeon.s  to  form 
Indiana  Medical  College,  School  of  Medicine 
of  Purdue  University. 

Ind.  II.— Indiana  Eclecllc  Medical  College 
Indianapolis.  Organized  1880;  first  cisss 
graduated  In  1881;  absorbed  Beach  Medical 
Institute   In    1886.      Closed    1890. 

Ind.  12.— Curtis  Phyalo-Me<llcal  Institute 
Marion.  Incoriioroted  In  1881.  first  class 
graduated  In  1882.  A  new  charter  was  ob- 
tained and  the  school  was  moved  to  Indlsn- 
apolls,  where  classes  were  graduated  In  18*8 
and  1894.  Returned  to  Marion  In  1894.  Ex- 
tinct In   1900. 

Ind.  13.— Hospital  Medical  College  of  Kr- 
ansvllle.  Organized  1882,  first  class  1888, 
extinct   1886. 

Ind.  15. — Beach  Medical  Institute,  Indian- 
apolis. Organized  In  1883  as  the  Beach 
Medical  College.  Took  above  name  In  1814. 
Merged  with  Indiana  Eclectic  Medical  Col- 
lege 1886,  one  class  graduated  1888. 


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MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


Inil.  16. — E>:lecttc  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons,  Indianapolis.  Organized  1890, 
first  class  graduated  1891  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year  to  1894.  when 
It  became  extinct. 

Ind.  17.— Eclectic  Medical  College  of  In- 
diana, Indianapolis.  This  school  wu  or- 
ganized In  1900.  First  class  graduated  1903. 
A  clasa  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding 1908,  when  It  suspended,  owtog  to 
recognition  having  been  withdrawn  by  the 
Indiana  State  Board  of  Medical  Examiners. 

Ind.  18. — Indiana  Medical  College.  School 
of  Medicine  of  Purdue  I'nivorslty.  Indian- 
apolis. Founded  1905  by  union  of  Central 
College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons,  Fort 
Wayne  College  of  Medicine,  and  Medical 
College  of  Indiana.  Classes  graduated 
1906-1907.  In  1908  It  merged  Into  the  Indi- 
ana University   School   of  Medicine. 

Ind.  19. — American  Medical  College,  Indi- 
anapolis. Organized  1894.  A  class  gradu- 
ated each  year  from  1895  to  1897,  Inclusive, 
when  it  became  extinct. 

Ind.  20.— Indiana  Univerilty  School  of 
Medldne,  Bloomlngton  and  Indianapolis. 
Organized  In  1903  as  a  medical  preparatory 
school;  first  two  years  of  the  medical  course 
began  In  1905.  In  1907,  by  union  with 
the  State  College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, the  complete  course  In  medicine  was 
offered.  In  1908  the  Indiana  Medical  Col- 
lege, which  was  formed  In  1905  by  the 
merger  of  the  Medical  College  of  Indiana 
(organized  In  1878),  the  Central  College  of 
Physicians  and  Surgeons  (organized  In  1879) 
and  the  Fort  Wayne  College  of  Medicine 
(organized  In  1879)  merged  Into  it.  First 
class  graduated  In  1908,  and  a  claaa  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year.  The  work  of 
the  first  year  Is  given  at  Bloomlngton : 
laat  three  years  at  Indlanapn'.U.  The 
secretary  at  Bloomlngton  Is  Dr.  B.  D. 
Myers :  the  dean  Is  Dr.  Charles  P.  Emer- 
son, Indianapolis.  The  total  registration 
for   1921-22   was    274;   graduates,    33. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    -1 

Ind.  21. — State  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons,  Indianapolis,  In  afflllatlon  with 
the  Indiana  University.  Wos  organized  In 
the  spring  of  1906.  Craduatud  one  class  In 
1907.  when  It  united  with  the  Indiana  Uni- 
versity  School   of  Medicine. 

Ind.  23. — University  of  Indiana,  New  Al- 
bany. Organized  in  1833  by  one  John  C. 
Bennett.     Fraudulent.     Extinct. 

Ind.  24. — Indiana  College  of  Medicine  and 
Midwifery,  Indianapolis.  Chartered  In  1S78 
by  one  Charles  P.  Hell.     Extinct  about  1888 

Ind.  26.— See  Ind.  12. 

Ind.  27. — University  of  Medicine,  Indian- 
apolis. Organized  1897.  First  class  grad- 
uated In  1898.  No  evidence  of  other  clasaes. 
Reported  as  not  recognized  during  its  exist- 
ence by  the  Indiana  State  Board  of  Medical 
Examiners.      Extinct. 

IOWA 

Iowa  1. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Keokuk.  Organized  at  Rock  Island 
in  1848  as  Medical  Department  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  the  i'pper  Mississippi.  In  1849 
moved  to  Keokuk  as  Collece  of  Phy.sicians 
and  Surgeons.  First  class  |.Tailu.!!iii  at 
Rock  Island  1849.  next  class  at  Keokuk  1850. 
A  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding 18!»9.  In  1854  became  Medical  De- 
partment University  of  Iowa.  In  1870  re- 
sumed name  of  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons.  In  1899  merged  with  Keokuk 
Medical  Oollege  to  form  Keokuk  »lcdleal 
College,  College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons. 

Iowa  2. — Iowa  Medical  College,  Keokuk. 
Organized    1858.      Extinct    1860. 

Iowa  3 State  University  of  Iowa  College 

of  Medicine,  Iowa  City.  Organized  1SC9, 
first  session  1S70.  First  class  graduated 
1871,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  In  1913  absorbed  Drake  University 
College  of  Medicine.  The  dean  is  Dr.  Lee 
Wallace  Dean.  Total  registration  for  1921-22 
was    313;   graduates,   ,38. 

Iowa  4. — State  University  of  Iowa  Col- 
lege of  Homeopathic  Medicine,  Iowa  City. 
Organized  1877,  first  class  graduated  1878, 
and    excepting    In    1914    a    class    graduated 


each  subsequent  year  Including  1919  wiisn 
the  college  was  abollahed. 

Iowa     6. — Drake     University  of 

Medicine,    Des    Moines. — Orgai  HI 

as    the   Iowa    Eclectic    Mcdiciti  he 

Medical  Department  of  Drake  University. 
In  1883  assumed  the  name  of  Iowa  Medical 
College,  Eclectic.  First  cla.ss  graduated  In 
1882.  Extinct  in  1887.  Meanwhile,  In  1882, 
the  Iowa  College  of  Physicians  and  Bur- 
geons was  organized.  First  class  graduated 
In  1883.  In  1887  this  college  became  the 
Medical  Department  of  Drake  University, 
following  the  suspension  of  the  Iowa  Medi- 
cal C<illege.  Eclectic.  In  1003  the  name  was 
changed  to  Drake  University  College  of 
Medicine.  Absorbed  the  Keokuk  Medical 
College.  College  of  Physicians  and  Bur- 
geons, in  1908.  In  1913  merged  with  the 
Stale  University  of  Iowa  Coiiegs  of  Medi- 
cine. 

Iowa  7. — King  Eclectic  Medicab  College. 
Des  Moines.  Organized  1883,  first  class 
graduated   1884.     Extinct  about  1889. 

Iowa  8.— Sioux  City  College  of  Medicine. 
Organized  1890,  first  class  graduated  1893, 
a  class  graduatisd  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding 1908,  when  It  became  extinct. 

Iowa  9. — Keokuk  Medical  College.  Organ- 
ized 1890,  first  class  grsMont,..!  1^'(1  classes 
graduated  each  year.   In  ',  when 

It   merged   with    College  >rtB    and 

Surgeons  to  form  Keokuk  ..iv.i,.  u,  College, 
College  of  Physicians   and  Surgeons. 

Iowa  10.— Keokuk  Medical  College,  College 
of  Physicians  and  Surgeons.  Formed  1899 
by  union  of  Keokuk  Medical  College  and  the 
College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons,  Keokuk. 
First  class  graduated  1900.  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  Including  1908,  when 
It  was  absorbed  by  Drake  University  Coliece 
of   Medicine   at    Des    Moines. 

Iowa  11. — Cotucil  Bluffs  Medical  College, 
Council  Bluffs.  Organized  1893.  Extinct 
1895.     No  graduates. 

KANSAS 
Kan.    I. — Kansas    Medical    College,    Inde- 
pendence.     Organized    1872,    graduated   two 
classes.     Extinct  1875. 

Kan.  2. — University  of  Kansas  Sohool  of 
Medicine,  Lawrence  and  Rosedale.  Organ- 
ized 1880.  preparatory  course  until  1905. 
when  the  Kans.ns  City  (Mo.)  Medical  Col- 
lege, thi'  '  i-lans  and  Surgeons, 
and  the  .il  College  of  Kan- 
sas Clt'.  First  class  grnd- 
iiated  lUUO.  and  u  ciaiu  graduated  each  sub- 
.tequent  year.  In  1913  absorbed  the  Kansas 
.Medical  College.  The  associate  dean  U  Dr. 
Mervin  T.  Sudler,  Rosedale.  The  registra- 
tion   for    1921-22    was    157;    graduates,    24. 

Kan.  3.— Kansas  Medical  College,  Topaka. 
Organized  1890,  first  class  graduated  1892, 
and  class  graduated  each  8ut>sequent  year 
except  1901,  when  a  four  years'  course  was 
begun.  In  1903  it  became  Medical  Depart- 
ment of  Washburn  College.  In  1913  merged 
with  the  University  of  Kansas  School  of 
Medicine. 

Kan.  4. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Medical  Department  Kansas  City  Uni- 
versity, K.insas  (  ity  Organized  1SH4,  first 
class  graduated  1895,  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year,  including  1905,  when  II 
was  absorbed  by  the  University  of  Kansas 
School  of  Medicine. 

Kan.  5.— Wichita  Medical  College.  Wlch- 
iu.  Organized  In  1889.  Suspended  after 
one  session.     No  graduates. 

Kan.  6.— Kansas  City  College  of  Medi- 
cine and  Surgeri',  Kansas  City.  Organized 
1897.  A  class  graduated  1898,  when  It 
moved  to  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  and  became  the 
Medico-Chlrurgicai   College.      (See  Mo.   32.) 

Kan.  7.^Eclectlc  Medical  University. 
Kansas  City.  Organized  In  1898  In  Kansas 
City,  Mo.,  first  class  graduated  in  1900. 
Removed  to  Kansas  City,  Kan.,  In  1907.  In 
1908  assumed  the  name  Western  Eclectic 
College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery.  Returned 
to  Kansas  City  Mo.,  in  1909  and  resumed 
its  first  UUe.      (See  Mo.   33.) 

KENTUCKY 

Ky.  1. — Kentucky  School  of  Medicine. 
I-ouisville.     Organized  1817  at  Lexington   as 


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Medical  Department  Transylvania  Unlrtr- 
slty,  first  class  graduated  1817,  sod  clasaas 
graduated  each  subsequent  year  until  aftsr 
organization  of  U>e  Kentucky  School  of 
Medicine.  Succeeded  in  1850  by  Kentucky 
School  of  Medicine  of  Louisville,  first  class 
graduated  In  1851  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  Including  1(08,  when 
it  merged  Into  the  Medical  Department 
of  the  University  of  Louisville. 

Ky.  2.— University  of  Louisville  Medleal 
Department,  Louisville.  Organized  1837  as 
Louisville  Medical  Institute  ;  first  class  grad- 

V. '   '^'^'  '  "' '-'*  graduated  each  sub- 

:  SC3  ;   became  Medical 

<.f  I,<)ulsvllle  In  1848. 

"Ivcralty    Medical 

Iventucky  School 

■  ie  and  Hospital 

incrg"'!   into  It.     The  dean 

iis   Tiiley.     Total    reglstra- 

:   was   163 :  graduatea,  21. 

For    Spettai    Announcement    iff    page    4 

Ky.    3. — Eclectic    Medical    College,   I«uls- 

vllle.     Chartered   1848.     Extinct. 

Ky.  4.— Louisville  Medical  College,  Louis- 
ville. Organized  1869,  first  class  gradiuted 
1879  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  Including  1907,  when  It  merged  with 
the  Hospital  College  of  Medicine,  forming 
the  Louisville  and  Hospital  Medical  College. 

Ky.  5— HospiUl  College  of  Medicine, 
Medical  Department  Central  University  of 
Kentucky  I.,<iulsville.  Organized  1874,  first 
class  graduated  1875,  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  Including  1907,  when 
It  merged  with  the  Louisville  Medical  Col- 
lege to  form  the  LoiUsrllle  and  Hospital 
Medical  College. 

Ky.  6. — Jefferson  School  of  Medicine, 
Louisville.  Organized  1882,  graduated  one 
class   and  suspended. 

Ky.  7.— Loulsvliie  National  Medical  Col- 
lege, Medical  Department  State  University, 
Ixiulsville.  (Oolored.)  Organized  1888, 
first  class  graduated  1889.  State  Univer- 
sity Medical  Department  was  merged  with 
it  In  1903.  Last  class  graduated  In  1912. 
Extinct. 

Ky.  8. — Southwestern  Homeopathic  Medi- 
cal College  and  Hospital,  Louisville.  Organ- 
ized 1892,  first  class  graduated  1894,  <  jd 
a  cla.ss  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding  1910,   when   It   became   extinct. 

Ky.  9. — Kentucky  University  Medical  De- 
partment, Louisville.  Organized  1898.  first 
class  graduated  189tf,  and  a  class  graduated 
eadi  subsequent  year  including  1906.  It 
merged  Into  the  Medical  Department  of  the 
University  of  Louisville  In   1907. 

Ky.  10. — Medical  Department.  State  Uni- 
versity (Colored),  Louisville.  Organized  In 
1899.  In  1903  it  merged  with  the  Loulsvliie 
National  Medical  College. 

Ky.  11. — I.K)uisvilie  and  Hospital  Medical 
College.  Louisville.  Organized  In  1907  by 
the  union  of  the  Louisville  Medical  College 
and  the  Hospital  College  of  Medicine.  A 
class  graduated  in  1908,  when  this  college 
merged  Into  the  Medical  Department  of  tlie 
University  of  Loulsyllle. 

LOUISIANA 

L>.  I. — Tulane  University  of  Louisiana 
School  of  Medicine,  New  Orleans.  Organ- 
ized In  1834  as  Medical  College  of  Louisiana, 
first  class  graduated  1835,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year  except  1863-65, 
Transferred  to  Medical  Department  Univer- 
sity of  Louisiana  1847,  became  Medical  De- 
partment of  the  Tulane  University  of  Lou- 
isiana in  1884.  Present  title  in  1913,  when 
It  became  the  School  of  Medicine  of  the 
College  of  Medicine  of  the  Tulane  Univer- 
sity of  Louisiana.  The  dean  is  Dr.  Charles 
C.  Bass.  The  registration  for  1921-22  was 
340 ;    graduates,    71. 

La.  2. — New  Orleans  School  of  Medicine. 
Organized   1856.     Extinct   1870. 

La.  3. — Charity  Hospital  Medical  College, 
New  Orleans.  Organized  1873.  Extinct 
1877. 

La.  4. — Flint  Medical  College  of  New  Or- 
leans University  (Colored),  New  Orleans. 
Organized  1889  as  the  Medical  College  of 
New  Orleans  University.     First  class  grad- 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


uated  1892  and  classes  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  eicept  1896  and  1911. 
Name  changed  to  the  aboTe  In  1901.  Sus- 
pended In  1911. 

MAINE 

Me.  1.— Bowdoin  Medical  Sohiol  (Medical 
Department  of  Bowdoin  College).  Brunswick 
and  Portland.  Organized  1820  as  the  Medi- 
cal School  of  Maine,  first  class  graduated  i 
1821,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subse-  t 
(luent  year.  Present  title  assumed  In  1915. 
The  work  of  the  first  two  years  was  at 
Bowdoin  ColIcBe,  Brunswick,  and  that  of 
the  last  two  years  at  Portland.  Suspended 
In    1921. 

Me.  2. — Eclectic  Medical  College  of  Maine. 
Lewlston.  Incorporated  1880,  charter  re- 
voked by  State  Legislature  in  1887. 

Me.  4. — Portland  School  for  Medical  In- 
struction, Portland.  A  preparatory  school 
only.  Organized  1856,  chartered  1858.  Ex- 
tinct  1902.     Did  not  grant  degrees. 

IMARYLAND 
Md.  I. — University  of  Maryland  School  of 
Medicine  and  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons.  Baltimore.  Organized  1807  as  the 
College  of  Medicine  of  Maryland,  first  class 
graduated  1810,  and  classes  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  In  1812  became  Unlrer- 
slty  of  Maryland  School  of  Medicine.  It 
took  over  the  Baltimore  Medical  College  In 
1913.  In  1915  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons  of  Baltimore  was  merged  and  the 
present  title  assumed.  The  dean  la  Dr. 
J.  M.  H.  Rowland.  The  total  registration 
in    1921-22    was   299 ;    graduates,    55. 

Md.  2. — Washington  UnlTerslty  School  of 
Medicine,  Baltimore.  Organized  1827  as 
Medical  Department  Washington  College, 
Washington,  Pa.  First  class  graduated  1828. 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
In  1840  the  above  title  was  assumed.  In 
1851  became  extinct.  Reorganized  In  1867  ; 
in  1877  merged  with  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons  of  Baltimore. 

Md.  3. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Baltimore.  Organized  1872,  first  class 
graduated  1873,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  In  1877  absorbed  Wash- 
ington University  School  of  Medicine.  In 
1915  it  merged  with  the  University  of  Mary- 
land School  of  Medicine. 

Md.  4. — Baltimore  Medical  College.  Or- 
ganized 1881,  first  class  graduated  1882,  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year.  In 
1913  It  merged  with  the  University  of  Mary- 
land, School  of  Medicine. 

Md.  5. — Woman's  Medical  College  of  Balti- 
more. Organized  1882.  first  class  graduated 
1883,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year,  excepting  1898,  Including  1910,  when 
the  college  became  extinct. 

Md.  6. — Baltimore  University  School  of 
Medicine.  Organized  1884,  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1885,  and  a  class  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year  Including  1907,  »hen  It  be- 
came extinct. 

Md.  7.— Johns  Hopkins  Unlverilty  Medical 
Department,  Baltimore.  Organized  1887, 
preliminary  course  only  until  1893,  first 
class  graduated  1897,  and  a  ciasa  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  J. 
Whltrldge  Williams.  Total  registration  In 
1921-22    was    349;    graduates,    80. 

Md.  8.— Atlantic  Medical  College.  Balti- 
more. Organized  1890  as  the  Southern  Ho- 
meopathic Medical  College.  Assumed  above 
title  In  1907.  First  class  graduated  1892, 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
including  1910,   when  It  became  extinct. 

Md.  9.— Maryland  Medical  College,  Balti- 
more. Organized  1898,  first  class  graduated 
1899,  and  classes  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.     Extinct  In  1913. 

Md.  10. — Medlco-Chlrurglcal  and  Theolog- 
ical College  of  Christ's  Institution,  Balti- 
more. (Colored.)  Chartered  In  1900  by  six 
negroes,  only  one  of  whom  had  an  H.D. 
degree,  source  of  this  being  unknown.  Only 
two  graduates  have  applied  fur  license  In 
any  state  since  1902,  these  being  graduatM 
of  1904  and  1908  raapaetlvelj. 

Md.  11. — Maryland  College  of  Eclectic 
Medicine  and  Surgery,  Baltimore.  Organ- 
ized In  1912  aa  the  EcleeUc  School  of  Medi- 


cine of  Milton  University,  but  later  took 
the  title  of  Eastern  University  School  of 
Medicine.  Above  title  In  1914.  Its  dean 
was  reported  as  not  licensed  In  Maryland, 
having  failed  to  pass  the  license  examina- 
tion. This  college  was  officially  reported  as 
not  recognized  by  the  Mar.vland  State  Board 
of  Medical  Examiners.  Corporation  dis- 
solved in  1915.  Several  of  its  diplomas  were 
reported   sold   in    subsequent  years. 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Mass.  I. — Medical  School  of  Harvard  Uni- 
versity. Boston.  Organized  1782.  first  class 
graduated  17S8,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  David  L. 
Edsall.  The  total  registration  for  1921-22 
was    471;    graduates,    112. 

Mass.  2.— Berkshire  Medical  College. 
Plttsfield.  Organized  in  1823  as  Medical 
Department  Williams  College.  Graduated 
1,138  studenu.     Extinct  1867. 

Mass.    3. — New    England    Female   Medical   i 
College,    Boston.      Homeopathic.      Organized  ; 
1848.     In  1874  merged  with  Boston  Univer- 
sity  School   of   Medicine.  : 

Mass.  4. — Worcester  Medical  College,  Ec- 
lectic. Organized  1848  as  New  England 
Botanlco-.Medical  College,  reorganized  1852 
aa  Worcester  Medical  College,  Eclectic. 
Moved  to  Boston  1857,  to  Worcester  1858. 
Kxtinijt  lf<.'''J.  Hovived  in  1915  (see  Mass. 
15). 

Mass.  5. — Boston  University  School  of 
Medicine,  Boston.  Organized  1873  as  a 
homeopathic  institution.  In  1874  New  Eng- 
land Female  Medical  .  College  was  merged 
into  it.  First  class  graduated  1874,  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year.  Be- 
came nonsectarian  in  1918.  The  dean  Is 
Dr.  John  P.  Sutherland.  Total  registra- 
tion for  1921-22  was  161:  graduates,  24. 
Mass.  6. — Colloi*  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Boston.  Organized  1880.  First  class 
graduated  1882,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  Total  studenta  registered 
In  1920-21  was  about  70;  graduates,  19. 
This  college  has  been  reported  not  r«cog- 
nlted  by  the  Massachusetts  Medical  Society 
.ind   liy   Ihe  licenainK   hotird.s  nf  45  Mates. 

Mass.  7.— Tufts  College  Medical  School. 
Boston.  This  school  was  organized  in  189:i 
as  the  Medical  Department  of  Tufts  Col- 
lege. First  class  graduated  In  1894,  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
Dr.  Frank  O.  Wlicatiy  is  ariiiii,'  dran.  Total 
rrk'latratlim  for  1921-22  wa.s  142;  graduates, 
83. 

Mass.  8. — New  England  University  of  Arts 
and  Sciences,  Boston.  Fraudulent.  Extinct 
1881. 

Mass.  9. — Bellevue  Medical  Collage  of 
Maasachusetts,  Boston.  Fraudulent.  Ex- 
tinct  1883. 

Mass.  12. — Excelsior  Medical  College, 
Boston.      Fraudulent.      Extinct    1883. 

Mass.  13. — Reserved  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons,  Springfield.  Fraudulent.  Ex- 
tinct 1893. 

Mass.  14— Clark  University  Medical  De- 
partment, Worcester.  Organized  In  1887. 
Did  not  grant  degrees.     Extinct. 

Mass.  IS. — Middlesex  College  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery,  Cambridge.  Organized  in  1914 
having  secured  the  unexpired  charter  of  the 
Worcester  .Medical  College  (See  Mass.  4). 
Classes  graduated  In  1915  and  each  subse- 
quent year.  Ilranled  liberal  advanced 
standing  for  work  taken  In  osteopathic 
colleges.  It  ha.t  afllllated  itself  with  schools 
of  law,  dentistry,  chiropody,  optometry,  etc., 
under  the  high  sounding  title  of  the  "Uni- 
versity of  Massachusetts"  Diirinc  1921-22 
its  enrolment  was  appn  l\  ;  grad- 

untc-i.   27.      lti-|H'rtod   !!■  i    by   the 

MassachusetU  Medical    .-.  I    by   the 

licensing  Imards  nf  46  atatcti. 

MiCHiOAN 

Mich.  I.— University  of  Michigan  Medical 
School,  Ann  Arbor.  Organized  1850,  first 
class  graduated  1851,  and  «  class  graduated 
each  aubaequent  year.  The  dean  la  Dr. 
Hugh  Cabot.  Toul  registration  for  1921- 
22  was   558 ;  graduates,   67. 

Mich.  2.— Detroit  Medical  College.  Or- 
taniMd  1898,  first  class  graduated  1869,  and 


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a  class  graduated  each  year  to  1885,  when 
it  consolidated  with  the  Michigan  College 
of  Medicine  to  form  the  Detroit  College  of 
Medicine. 

Mich.  3. — Detroit  Homeopathic  Medical 
College.     Organized   1871.     Extinct   1876. 

Mich.  4. — Michigan  Homeopathic  Medical 
College,  Lansing.  Organized  1872.  Extinct 
1873. 

Mlrh.  5.— University  of  Michigan  Homeo- 
pathic Medical  School,  Ann  Arbor.  Organ- 
ized 1875,  first  class  graduated  In  1S77,  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year.  In- 
cluding 1922,  when  the  school  was  abolished 
by  the  Board  of  Regents. 

Mich.  6— Michigan  College  of  Modicine, 
Detroit.  Organized  1880.  First  class  grad- 
uated 1881.  and  a  class  graduated  each  year 
to  1885,  when  it  consolidated  with  the  De- 
troit   Medical    College. 

Mich.  7. — Detroit  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery,  Detroit.  Formed  1885  by  consoli- 
dation of  Detroit  Medical  College  and  the 
Michigan  School  of  Medicine,  taking  the 
name  of  Detroit  College  of  Medicine.  Pres- 
ent title  assumed  In  1913.  First  class  grad- 
uated 1886,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  W.  H. 
MacCraken.  Total  enrolment  for  l:'21-22 
was  166 ;  graduates,  23. 

Mich.  8.— Michigan  College  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery,  Detroit.  Organized  1S88,  first 
class  graduated  In  1889.  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  In  1903  consolidated 
with  Saginaw  Valley  Medical  College.  Last 
class  graduated   1906.     Extinct   1907. 

Mich.  9. — Saginaw  Valley  Medical  College. 
Saginaw.  Organized  1896  ;  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1897,  and  a  class  graduated  each  sub- 
se<iuent  year  Including  1903.  when  It  con- 
solidated with  the  Michigan  College  of  Med- 
icine and   Surgery. 

Mich.  10.— (irand  Rapids  Medical  College. 
Incorporated  1897 ;  first  class  graduated 
1898,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  Including  1907,  when  It  became  extinct. 

Mich.  11. — Detroit  Homeopathic  College. 
Organized  In  1899;  first  class  graduated 
1900;  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.     Extinct  In  1912. 

Mich.  12. — Michigan  School  of  Homeopa- 
thy and  Surgery,  Detroit.  Incorporated  Feb. 
23,   1863.      Extinct. 

Mich.  13.— Michigan  Eclectic  Medical  (Col- 
lege, Detroit.  Incorporated  April  20,  1880. 
Extinct. 

Mich.  14  —Detroit  University  of  Rational 
Medicine  and  Surgery,  Detroit.  Incorporated 
Aug.   9,    1880.     Extinct. 

Mich.  15.— Detroit  University  of  Medicine, 
Detroit.  Incorporated  Nov,  30,  1881.  Ex- 
tinct. 

Mich.  16— Michigan  Medical  College,  Lan- 
sing.    Organized  1871.     Extinct  1873. 

MINNESOTA 

Minn.  1.— Winona  Medical  School,  Pre- 
paratory. Organized  1872;  extinct.  No 
diplomas  laaued. 

Minn.  2.— St.  Paul  Medical  College.  Or- 
ganized In  1871  as  a  preparatory  school. 
Extinct  In  1879.  Reopened  with  power  to 
Krant  degrees  In  1885.  Classes  graduated  in 
1886  and  1887.  In  1888  it  merged  with  the 
Minnesota  Hospital  College  and  was  ab- 
sorbed by  the  University  of  Minnesota  Col- 
lege of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 

Minn,  3. — Minnesota  Hospital  College, 
Minneapolis.  Organized  1881  as  the  Minne- 
sota College  Hospital.  Reorganized  with 
new  title  In  1885.  In  1888  was  absorbed  by 
the  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery  of 
the  University  of  Minnesota. 

Minn.  4. — University  of  Minnesota  Med- 
ical School,  Minneapolis.  Organized  1883  as 
the  University  of  Minnesota  College  of  .Med- 
icine. At  that  time  Its  only  ftmctlon  was 
to  examine  for  the  degrees  of  B  M.  and 
.MD.  In  1888  by  the  consolidation  and 
absorption  of  the  St.  Paul  Medical  College 
and  the  Minnesota  Hospital  (  otlc^'c.  Its 
preaent  status  was  assumed  and  the  name 
of  University  of  .Minnesota  i  niif^e  of 
Medicine  and  Surgery  was  taken.  First 
claaa  graduated  in  1889  and  a  class  gradu- 
ated each  subsequent  year.    Absorbed  .Minn- 


MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


•apolls  College  of  I'hrsiclans  nnd  Surgeons 
In  1908.  PreMnt  title  asaumed  In  1913. 
Since  1910  the  course  has  coTerod  Are  years. 
Including  a  year'!  Intcrn.ship  In  an  approved 
hospital.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  K.  I".  Lyon.  The 
total  reKlstratlon  for  1921-22  wai  399 :  (rad- 
uales,  80. 

Minn.  5.— Minneapolla  CoUage  of  Phjral- 
clans  and  Surgeons.  Organized  In  188:1 : 
first  class  gradua'od  In  1884,  and  a  elaiu 
Kraduatt-il  In  t-arli  succt'i'iliiii;  yyar.  From 
1881  to  1887  Incluslre  the  degrees  were  con- 
ferred by  the  Unliersiiy  of  Minnesota.  In 
18»,'.  liM-anic  .Mcdlial  Department  Hamllne 
Unlverait.v.  In  1908  It  merged  with  the  Col- 
lefe  of  .viedlclne  and  Surgery  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  Minnesota.  The  last  class  graduated 
In  1911  according  to  the  terms  of  the  agree- 
ment that  Hamllne  fnlverslty  would  grant 
dfurees  to  students  cnrollod  at  the  time  of 
the  merger  whose  (iualin<-allons  were  lower 
than  those  required  by  the  latter  Institution 

Minn.  8. — Unlrerslty  of  Minnesota  Col'ege 
of  Homeopathic  Medicine  and  Surgery,  Mlu- 
neai>olls.  Organized  1SX6  as  Minnesota 
Homeopathic  Medical  College.  In  1888  II 
became  the  Homeopathic  Medical  Depart 
ment  of  the  Unirerally  of  Minnesota.  Ttie 
first  class  graduated  In  1889,  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year  Including 
1909,  when  the  department  was  abolished 
by  the  Board  of  Regents. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Miss.  I.— University  of  Mississippi  Sckool 
of  Medicine,  inlrerdliy.  This  schuul  was  or- 
ganized In  1903.  Only  two  years  of  the 
medical  course  sre  given.  In  1908  a  clinical 
department  was  established  at  Vlcksburg. 
but  was  discontinued  In  1910,  after  one 
claas  had  been  graduated.  The  dean  Is  Dr. 
W.  S.  Leathers,  University.  The  toUI  regis- 
tration In  1921-22  was  54. 

Mtas.  2.  —  Mississippi  Medical  College. 
Meridian.  Organised  in  1906 :  first  class 
graduated  1907.     Extinct  In  1912. 

MISSOURI 
Uo.  1.  —  Missouri  Medical  CoUege,  St. 
Louis.  Organized  1840  as  the  Medical  De- 
partment of  Kemper  College.  In  1845  be- 
came Medical  Department  of  the  University 
of  Missouri.  In  1855  became  Missouri  Med- 
ical College.  First  class  graduated  1841  and 
a  class  graduated  each  succeeding  year  ex- 
cept 1862-65.  This  college  was  sometimes 
called  after  Its  founder,  the  McDowell  Med- 
ical College.  In  1899  was  abscrbed  by  the 
Medical  Department  of  Washington  Univer- 
sity. 

Mo.  2.  —  Washington  University  Medical 
School.  St.  Louis.  Organized  1842  as  .Med- 
ical Department  of  St.  Louis  University.  In 
1855  It  was  chartered  as  an  Independent  in- 
stitution under  the  name  of  St.  Louis  Med- 
ical College ;  was  sometimes  spolten  of  as 
"Pope's  Medical  College."  First  class  grad- 
uated 1843  and  a  class  graduated  each  year 
thereafter.  In  1891  became  the  Medical 
Department  of  Washington  University.  In 
1899  absorbed  the  Missouri  Medical  College 
The  dean  is  Dr.  Nathaniel  Allison.  Toul 
registration  of  students  for  1921-22  was  235  ; 
graduates,  48. 

For  Special  AnnounccmcHt  see  page  4 
Mo.  3.— University  of  Missouri  School  of 
Medicine,  Columbia.  Founded  1845.  First 
class  graduated  1846.  No  classes  were  grad- 
uated in  1857.  1858.  1860  to  1873,  inclusive. 
1887  to  1890  Inclusive.  1892  and  1902.  From 
1845  to  1855  located  In  St.  Ixiuls.  Reorgan- 
ized at  Columbia  in  1872.  Last  class  grad- 
uated in  1909,  when  the  clinical  years  were 
suspended.  Dr.  Guy  L.  Xoyes  is  dean.  Total 
registration  for   1921-22  was  84. 

Mo.  4.— Humboldt  Medical  College,  St. 
Louis,  Incorporated  1855  as  St.  Louis  Col- 
lege of  Medical  and  Natural  Sciences.  In 
1859  became  Humboldt  Institute.  In  1866 
became  Humboldt  Medical  College.  Last 
class  graduated  In  1869,  when  It  became 
extinct. 

Mo.  5. — Homeopathic  Medical  College  of 
Missouri,  St.  Louis.  Organized  1859 ;  first 
class  graduated  1860  and  a  class  graduated 
each  year  except  1862  to  1864.  Reorganized 
1882  and  absorbed  Herlng  Medical  College 
and  St.  Louis  College  of  Homeopathic  Physi- 


cians and  Surgeons.  The  last  class  gradu- 
ated in  1909,  when  the  college  bicame  ex- 
tinct, 1 

Mo.  6. — St.  Louis  College  of  Homeopathic 
Pbytictam  and  Surgeons.     Organized   1869    | 
suspended   1871,   revived   1880.     ConHiilldate<l    i 
with    the    Homeopathic    Medical    College    of   I 
Missouri  In   1882.  ' 

Mo.    7. — St    Louis    College   of    Physicians   { 
and    Surgeofli,    St.    Louis.      Organized    1869 
as  the  College  of  Physicians  and   Surgeons  I 
of  St.  Louis ;  first  class  graduated  1870  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  until 
1873.     Reorganized  with  the  present  title  in 
1879.     A   class   was  graduated  each   subse- 
quent year  Including   1915,   when   It  merged 
with  the  Medical  Department  of  the  National   . 
University  of  Arts  and   Sciences.     Reestab-   I 
lUhed    In    1916.      The    dean    Is    Dr.    Waldo 
Brlggs.     Total  registration  for    1921-22   was 
approximately  12U:  graduates,  36.     Reported 
not  recognized    by    the   licensing    boards   of 
46  sUtea. 

Mo.  t.— Kansas  aty  Medical  College.  Or- 
ganized 186>  as  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons  of  Kanssa  City.  AlMve  title  as- 
sumed 1880.  Classes  graduated  in  1870  and 
In  all  subsequent  years  Including  1905,  when 
It  was  absorbed  bjr  the  School  of  Medicine 
of  the  University  of  Kansas. 

Mo.    9. — Homeopathic   Medical    College   of  . 
St.    Louis.      Organized    1873.      Fraudulent. 
Extinct. 

Mo.  10.— National  University  of  ArU  and 
Sciences  Medlcsl  Department,  St.  Ix>uls. 
Organized  1873  aa  an  eclectic  college,  with 
the  title  American  Medical  College ;  first 
class  graduated  In  1874  and  two  classes 
gradusted  each  subsequent  year  up  to  1883, 
since  which  time  one  class  annually  has 
been  graduated.  Dropped  eclecticism  in 
1(10.  In  1911  the  Barnes  Medical  Col-  . 
lacs  was  merged  into  it.  Became  the  Medi- 
cal Department  of  the  National  University 
of  Arts  and  Sciences  In  1812.  St.  I^uls 
College  of  i'hyslcians  and  Surgeons  was 
merged  In  1915,  but  withdrew  In  1916.  The 
last  class  graduated  In  1918,  when  the 
college  became  extinct. 

Mo.  11.— Medical  College  of  Kansas  City, 
Kansas  City.  Organized  In  1869.  Three 
sessions  were  held.     Extinct  In  1873. 

Mo.  12. — St.  Louis  Hahnemann  Medical 
College,  St.  Louis.  Organized  1873.  Gradu- 
ated one  class  of  four  students.  Extinct 
1874. 

Mo.  13.— St.  Louis  Eclectic  Medical  Col- 
lege. Organized  1874.  Extinct  1883.  Closed 
by  legal  process. 

Mo.  14.— St.  Joseph  Hosplul  Medical  Col- 
lege. Organized  1876.  First  claas  graduated 
1878.  In  1882  Joined  with  College  of  Physi- 
cians and  Surgeons  of  St.  Joseph  to  form 
St.   Joseph   Medical    College. 

Mo.    15. — College  of  Physicians  and   Sur- 
geons of  St.  Joseph.     Organized  1878,  grad- 
uated  three  classes.      In    1382   merged  with 
St.  Joseph  Hospital  Medical  College  to  form 
,    St    Joseph   Medical    College. 

Mo.  16. — Herlng  Medical  College,  St.  Louis. 
Organized  1880.  No  graduates.  In  1882 
united  with  the  Homeopathic  Medical  Col- 
lege of  Missouri. 

Mo.  17. — Joplln  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons.  Joplln.  Organized  1880.  first  class 
graduated   1881.     Extinct   1884. 

Mo.  18. — Northwestern  Medical  College. 
St.  Joseph.  Organized  1879,  first  class  grad- 
I     uated    I88I.     Extinct    1894 

Mo.  19.— Joplln  Medical  College,  Joplln. 
Organized    1881.      Extinct    1882. 

Ho.  to. — University  Medical  College  of 
Kansas  City.  Organized  1881  as  University 
of  Kansas  City  Medical  Department.  First 
class  graduated  1882.  Reorganized  1888 
under  present  name.  In  1911  It  discontinued 
the  courses  of  the  first  two  years.  Extinct 
In  1913. 

Mo.  21. — Kansas  City  Hosplul  College  of 
Medicine.  Organized  1882,  first  class  grad- 
uated  1883.     Extinct  In   1888. 

Mo.  22— Ensworth  Medical  College.  St. 
Joseph.  Organized  1882  as  St.  Joseph  Medi- 
cal College  by  union  of  St.  Joseph  Hospital 


Medical  College  and  College  of  Pbyalclans 
and  Surgeons  of  8t  Joseph.  First  class 
grsduated  1883,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  except  1892.  Became  Ens- 
worth  Medical  College  In  1888.  In  1905 
merged  with  Central  Medical  College  of  St. 
Joseph.  In  1907  resumed  the  name  Ensworth 
Medical  College.     Closed  In   1914. 

Mo.  23— Woman's  Medical  College,  St. 
Louis,  Homeopsthlc.  Organized  1883.  Ex- 
tinct 1884. 

Mo.  24. — Beaumont  Hospital  Medical  Col- 
lege, St.  Louis.  Organized  1886,  first  class 
graduated  1887.  Last  class  graduated  In 
1901,  when  it  joined  with  Marlon-Sims  Col- 
lege of  Medicine  to  form  Marlon-Slms-Beau- 
mont    Medical    College. 

Mo.  25. — St.  Louis  Hygienic  College  of 
Physicians  and  Surgeons.  Organized  1887  ; 
extinct  about   1893. 

Mo.  26. — Kansas  City  Homeopathic  Medi- 
cal College.  Organized  1888.  first  clsas 
graduated  1889  and  a  class  grsduated  each 
subsequent  year  Including  1902,  when  it 
united  with  Hahnemann  Medical  College  uf 
the  Kansas  City  University  to  form  Kansas 
City  Hahnemann    Medical   College. 

Mo.  27.- Marion-Sims  College  of  Medi- 
cine, St  Lotils.  Organized  1890.  First  class 
graduated  in  1891,  a  class  graduated  each 
aubsaquent  year  until  1901,  when  It  united 
with  Beaumont  Hospital  Medical  College  to 
form  Marlon-Slms-Beaumont  Medical  Col- 
lege, which  In  1903  became  the  Medical  De- 
partment of  St.  Louis  University. 

Mo.  28.— Barnes  Medical  College,  St. 
Louis.  Organized  1892,  first  class  graduated 
1893  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  Including  1911,  when  It  merged  with 
the  American  Medical  College. 

Mo.  29.— Central  Medical  College  of  St. 
Joseph.  Organized  1894.  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1895  and  a  class  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year.  In  1905  merged  Into  the  Ens- 
worth Medical  College. 

Mo.  30. — Woman's  Medical  College.  Kan- 
sas City.  Organized  1895,  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1886  and  a  claas  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year  until  1903,  when  It  became 
extinct. 

Ho.  31. — Hahnemann  Medical  College  of 
the  Kansas  City  University,  Kaiuas  City. 
Organized  1898  as  the  College  of  Homeo- 
pathic Medicine  and  Surgery  of  the  Kansas 
City  University.  Name  changed  to  the  above 
in  1900.  First  class  graduated  1897.  United 
In  1902  with  Kansas  City  Homeopathic 
Medical  CoUege  to  form  Kansaa  City  Hahne- 
mann  Medical   College. 

Mo.  32.— Hedlco-Chlrurglcal  College  of 
Kansas  City.  Organized  1897  as  the  Kansas 
City  (Kan.)  CoUege  of  Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery. Reorganized  with  the  above  title  In 
1898.  First  class  graduated  1898  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year.  In  1901  It 
absorbed  the  Columbian  Medical  College. 
In  1905  absorbed  by  the  School  of  Medicine 
of  the  University  of  Kansas. 

Ho.  33.  —  Eclectic  Medical  University. 
Kansas  City.  Organized  1898.  First  claas 
graduated  1900.  Removed  to  Kansas  City. 
Kansas.  In  1907.  Assumed  name  of  West- 
ern Eclectic  College  of  Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery. Returned  to  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  In 
1909  and  resumed  Its  former  name.  The  last 
class  graduated  In  1918  when  It  became  ex- 
tinct. 

Me.  34.— St  Louis  Uaiversity  School  of 
Medicine,  St.  Louis.  Formed  in  1901  by 
union  of  tlie  Marion-Sims  College  of  iledl- 
rine  with  the  Beaumont  Hospital  Medical 
College,  forming  the  Marion-Slms-Beaumont 
Medical  College.  First  class  graduated  in 
1902  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  It  became  the  Medical  Department  of 
the  St.  Louis  University  in  1903,  when  the 
present  title  was  adopted.  The  dean  Is  Dr. 
H.  W.  Loeb.  Total  registration  for  1921-22 
was  303  :  graduates,  39. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    4 

Mo.  3.>.— Kansas  City  Hahnemann  Medical 
College.  Founded  In  1902  by  the  union  of 
the  Kansas  City  Homeopathic  Medical  Col- 
lege and  the  Hahnemann  Medical  College  of 
the  Kansas  City  Universitv.  First  class 
graduated  in  1903  and  a  class  graduated 
each   subsequent    year.      In    1913    name    was 


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changed  to  the  Southwest  School  of  Medi- 
cine and  Hospital.  Held  one  session  under 
new  name.     Extinct  in   1916. 

Mo.  36. — Occidental  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons,  Joplln.  Incorporated  1886. 
Had  no  classes.     Extinct  1887. 

Mo.  37. — St.  Louis  Woman's  Medical  Col- 
lege. Organized  18a4  ;  cla.sses  graduated  in 
1895  and  1S96,  when  It  became  extinct. 

Mo.  38. — Missouri  Eclectic  Medical  Col- 
lege, Kansas  C.lty.     Extinct  about  1898. 

Mo.  39. — American  Anthropological  Unl- 
rersity  of  St.  Louis.  Fraudulent.  Extinct 
about   1885. 

Mo.  40. — Hippocratean  College  of  Medi- 
cine, St.  Louis.  A  night  school  organized  in 
1907.     No  graduates.     Extinct  In   1910. 

Mo.  41. — Columbian  Medical  College,  Kan- 
sas City.  Organized  1898.  First  class  grad- 
uated 1899  and  classes  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year.  Merged  with  the  Medlco-Chl- 
rurgical  College  In  1901. 

Mo.  42. — Missouri  School  of  Midwifery 
and  Diseases  of  Women  and  Children,  St. 
Louis.  In  operation  about  1S91.  Extinct. 
Fraudulent, 

Mo.  43. — Kansas  City  College  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery.  Eclectic.  Organized  in  1915 
as  an  olTshoot  of  the  Eclectic  Medical  Uni- 
versity, an  institution  rated  in  class  C. 
First  class  graduated  in  1916.  Total  enrol- 
ment 1920-21,  90 ;  graduates,  14.  Reported 
not  recognized  by  the  National  Eclectic  Med- 
ical Association  and  by  the  licensing  boards 
of  41  states. 

Mo.  44.— Kansas  City  UnlvartKy  of  Physi- 
cians and  Surgeons,  Kansas  City.  Charter- 
ed in  1903  as  the  Central  Collega  of  Osteo- 
pathy ;  charter  amended  in  1917  authorizing 
it  to  grant  degrees  in  medicine  when  name 
was  changed  to  the  Central  College  Medical 
Department.  Present  title  in  1918.  Professes 
to  teach  both  medicine  and  osteopathy.  Lib- 
eral advanced  standing  granted  in  medicine 
to  osteopathic  students.  The  dean  is  Dr. 
A.  L.  .McKenzie.  Total  enrolment  1921-22, 
80;  graduates,  32.  Reported  not  recognized 
by  the  licensing  boards  of  46  states. 

NEBRASKA 

Neb.  1. — University  of  Nebraska  College 
of  Medicine,  Regular  Department,  Lincoln. 
Founded  1869 ;  organized  1883.  Extinct 
1887. 

Neb.  2. — University  of  Nebraska  College 
of  Medicine,  Eclectic  Department,  Lincoln. 
Organtzed   1883.     Extinct   1885. 

Neb.    3. — University    of    Nebraska    College   | 
of  Medicine,  Homeopathic  Department,  Lin-  < 
coin.     Organized  1883,  Qrst  class  1884.     Ex- 
tinct 1887. 

Neb.  4.— Lincoln  Medical  College,  Eclectic, 
Lincoln.  Organized  1890  as  Cotner  Univer- 
sity Medical  Department.  In  1896  name 
changed  to  Lincoln  Medical  College  of  Cut- 
ner  University.  Name  of  Coined  University  | 
Medical  Dep.irlment  restored  In  1911.  Itc- 
latlon.shlp  with  university  canceled  In  1915 
and  title  Lincoln  Medical  College  reassunad. 
First  class  graduated  1891  ;  a  class  gradu- 
ated each  subsequent  year  including  1918 
when   the    college   became    extinct. 

Neb.   5. — University   of   Nebraska   College 
of    Mtdicine,    Omaha.      Organized    1881    as  i 
Omaha   Medical  College,  the  outgrowth  of  h    I 
preparatory  school  eslabllshed  In  1880  under 
the  name  of  the  Nebraska  School  of  Medi- 
cine.    First  class  graduated  In   1882  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year.     Be- 
came Medical  Department  Omaha  ITnlvprslty 
In    1891.     Affiliated 
Nebraska  and  aasun^ 
The   first   two   years 
and  the  last  two  years  ul  < 
when   the  entire  college  ^t 
Omaha.     The  dean  Is   Dr.    i  <  r. 

The  total   reglsuatlon    In    1921-22  waa  254; 
graduates,  17. 

Neb.  6. — Creighton  V--!:  —  "  '■-".qr    •■ 
cal  Department  of  ti 
Omaha.      Organized 

Creighton   Medical  Co.icl'.  !Ii>   in 

1922.      First    class    gradu::  nO    a 

class  graduated  each  sub^.  Tlie 

dean  Is  Dr.  H.  Von  W.  SchuiUv     T  t.il  regis- 
tration for   1921-22  was   138 ;  graduates,  20. 

For    Special    Announcement    tee    page    4 


Neb.  7. — Nebraska  College  of  Medicine, 
Lincoln.  Organized  1905.  Classes  were 
graduated  In  1907.  1908  and  1909.  when  the 
school  became  extinct. 

Neb.  8. — Nebraska  Medical  College,  Eclec- 
tic, Lincoln.  Organized  In  1910.  Held  one 
session  and  became  extinct.     No  graduates. 

NEW  HAMPSHIRE 
N.     H.     I.— Dartmouth     Medical     Sehool, 

Hanover.  Organized  under  the  trustees  of 
Dartmouth  College  in  1797.  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1798 ;  a  class  graduated  each  subse- 
quent year  including  1914,  when  clinical 
teaching  was  discontinued.  Is  the  Medical 
Department  of  Dartmouth  College.  The  dean 
is  Dr.  John  .M.  Cile.  Total  registration  for 
1921-22  was  28. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    po<jc 
N.  H.  2.— New  England  University  of  Arto 
and  Sciences,  Manchester.     Incorporated  in 
1876.     Charter  repealed   In  1877.     Reported 
fraudulent. 

N.  H.  3. — University  of  New  Hampshire 
Department  of  Medicine,  Nashua.  Incorpo- 
rated In  October,  1888.  Appeared  to  have 
some  relationship  with  the  Medical  and  Sur- 
gical Institute  of  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  (N.  Y.  39), 
and  with  the  Trinity  University  College  of 
Medicine  and  Surgery,  Bennington,  Vt. 
iVt.  5).     Reported  fraudulent.     Extinct. 

NEW  JERSEY 

N.  J.  1. — Hygelo- Therapeutic  College,  Ber- 
gen Heights.  A  mongrel  Institution.  Fraud- 
ulent.    Charter  repealed  1891. 

N.  J.  2.— Medical  and  Surgical  College  of 
the  State  of  New  Jersey.  Organized  1888. 
Declared  disreputable.  Charter  repealed 
1891. 

N.  J.  3. — Livingston  University,  Haddon- 
field.     Fraudulent.     Charter  repealed  1891. 

N.  J.  4.— Central  University  of  Medicine 
and  Science,  Jersey  City.  Fraudulent. 
Charter   repealed   1891. 

NEW  YORK 
N.  Y.  I. — Columbia  University  College  o( 
Physicians  and  Surgeons,  New  Y'ork  City. 
Organized  In  1807  by  the  regents  of  the 
University  of  the  Stale  of  New  York  under 
the  name  of  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons  In  the  City  of  New  York.  The 
drst  class  graduated  hi  1811  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year.  The  col- 
lega was  originally  organized  In  1767  as 
the  Medical  Faculty  of  King's  College,  which 
graduated  Its  first  class  Id  1769.  It  was 
suspended  during  the  War  of  the  Revolu- 
tion. Reorganized  In  1792  as  the  Medical 
Faculty  of  Columbia  College.  Classes  grad- 
uated from  1793  to  1797  loclustve.  1802  to 
1807  Inclusive  and  In  1810.  Meanwhile  the 
College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  in  the 
City  of  New  York  was  organized  and  In 
1814  a  merger  of  the  two  colleges  was  com- 
pleted, retaining  the  latter  title.  It  became 
the  Medical  Department  of  Columbia  Col- 
lege In  1860  and  was  definitely  merged  Into 
Columbia  University  In  1801.  Present  title 
assumed  In  1896.  The  dean  la  Dr.  William 
Darrach.  ToUI  reglatratlon  1921-22  waa  356  ; 
graduates,  68. 

N.  Y.  2.— College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons of  the  Western  DUitrlct  of  New  York, 
Falrtleld.  Referred  to  also  as  tlio  Fairfield 
Medical  School.  Organized  1812,  first  class 
graduated  1816  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  until  1840.  when  It  became 
extinct.      Uraduaied   589   students. 

N.  Y.  3.— Albany  Medical  Collega.  Albany. 
i.rst  class  graduated  1839, 
University  1873.  In  1915 
issumed  full  cimtrol.  The 
dean  li  Dr.  TUouaa  Ordway.  Total  regla- 
tratlon for  1921-22  waa  88 ;  graduates,  12. 

N.  y.  4. — Geneva  Medical  College,  Geneva. 
Chartered  In  1834.  Organized  1835  as  the 
Medical  Institution  of  Geneva.  First  class 
graduated  In  1833  and  a  claas  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  except  1804.  Became 
Geneva  Medical  College  In  1861.  Last  class 
graduated  In  1872.  when  It  was  removed  to 
Syracuaa  under  the  title  of  the  College  of 
Physlclana  and  Surgeons  of  Syracuse  Uni- 
versity.    (See  N.  Y.   IS.) 

N.  Y.  5.— New  York  University  .Medical 
College.    Organized  1841  as  Medical  Depart- 


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ment  of  the  University  of  the  City  of  New 
Y'ork.  Assumed  above  title  1896.  First  cinsa 
graduated  In  1842  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  Including  1898,  when 
It  united  with  Bellevue  Hospital  Medical  Col- 
lege to  form  University  and  Bellevue  Hos- 
pital Medical  College. 

N.  Y.  6. — University  of  Buffalo  Depart- 
ment of  Medicine.  Organized  1846,  first 
class  graduated  1847  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subseiiuent  year.  Absorbed  Medical 
Department  Niagara  University  1898.  The 
dean  Is  Dr.  C.  Sumner  Jones,  Total  reg- 
istration for  1921-22  was  212  ;  graduates,  22. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    ■/ 

N.  T.  7.— New  York  Medical  College.  Or- 
ganized 1850.  First  class  graduated  1851 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
Including  1S64,  when  it  became  extinct. 

N.  Y.  8.— Long  Island  College  Hospital, 
Brooklyn.  Organized  1858,  first  class  grad- 
uated 1860  and  a  class  graduated  In  each 
subsequent  year.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Adam  M. 
Miller.  Total  registration  for  1921-22  was 
;>11 ;  graduates,  47. 

N.  Y.  9.— New  York  Homeopathic  Medical 
Collage  and  Flower  Hospital.  New  Y'ork  city. 
Organized  1858,  Incorporated  in  1860  as 
Homeopathic  Medical  College  of  the  State 
of  New  Y'ork.  In  1869  became  the  New 
York  Homeopathic  Medical  College  and  In 
1887  took  title  of  New  York  Homeopathic 
.Medical  College  and  Hospital.  Present  title 
in  1908.  First  class  graduated  In  1861  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
The  acting  dean  Is  Dr.  Israel  S.  Kleiner. 
Total  students  registered  for  1921-22  was 
136;  graduates,  19. 

N.  Y.  10.— Bellevue  Hospital  Medical  Col- 
lege. Organized  1861,  first  class  graduated 
1862  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  In  1898  It  united  with  New  York 
University  Medical  College  to  form  Univer- 
sity and  Bellevue  Hospital  Medical  College. 

N.  Y.  11.— New  York  Medical  College  and 
Hosplul  for  Women,  Homeopathic,  New 
York  City.  Organized  1863  as  New  York 
.Medical  College  for  Women.  Took  present 
title  In  1866.  First  class  graduated  hi  1864 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  Including  1918.  when  It  became  extinct. 

N.  Y^.  12.— Regents  of  University  of  State 
of  New  York.  This  body,  which  Is  the 
licensing  board  of  the  State  of  New  York, 
was  empowered  by  special  statute  to  grant 
the  degree  of  M.D.  on  examination.  Seven- 
teen auch  degrees  were  conferred  between 
1875  and   1895. 

N.  Y.  13.— Eclectic  .Medical  College  of 
the  City  of  New  York.  Organized  1866,  first 
class  graduated  In  1367  and  a  clasa  gradu- 
ated each  subsequent  year.     Extinct  In  1013. 

N.  Y.  14— Woman's  Medical  Colle7e  of 
the  New  York  Infirmary  for  Women  and 
Children.  Incorporated  1854.  Organized 
1868,  first  class  1870  and  a  clasa  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  Including  1898,  when 
It  became  extinct. 

N.  Y.  15. — Syracuse  University  College 
of  Medicine,  Syracuse.  Organized  1872, 
when  tile  Geneva  Medical  College  was  re- 
moved to  Syracuse  under  the  title  of  College 
of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  Syracuaa 
University.  Present  title  1875.  In  1881 
the  amalgamation  with  the  University  wai 
made  complete.  First  class  graduated  1873 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
The  acting  dean  Is  Ur.  Herman  G.  Welskot- 
ten.  Total  rcglstratiou  for  1921-22  was  165; 
graduatee,  36. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    4 

N.  Y.  16.- United  SUtes  Medical  Collega, 
New  York  City.  Organized  1878.  closed  by 
supreme  court  of  the  State  of  New  York 
1884.  The  diplomas  were  legalized  by  spe- 
cial act  of  the  New  York  Leglaiature. 

N.  Y.  17.— College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Homeopathic,  BulTalo.  Organized 
1879  as  the  Homeopathic  College  of  Physi- 
cians and  Surgeons,  (hanged  title  to  Col- 
lege of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  In  1880. 
First  class  1880.  Closed  by  order  of  the 
supreme  court  of  tile  State  of  New  York 
1884.  The  diplomas  of  the  college  were 
made  legal  by  special  act  of  the  New  York 
Legislature. 


MEDICAL     COLLEGES 


N.  Y  18— Nla»«r»  ITnlTsrelty  MedlMl 
Department,  Buffalo.  Orcanlzed  1883,  nrst 
class  graduated  1886  and  n  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  Including  1898.  when 
It  consolidated  with  tho  Medical  Department 
of  the  University   of   BulTnUi. 

U  Y  19. — University  and  Bellevua  Ho«- 
pltai  Medical  College  (MedlCHl  Department 
of  the  New  York  L'niveralty),  New  \ork 
City  Formed  In  18a8  by  the  union  of 
New  York  UnUorslty  Medical  College.  First 
class  grnduotcd  1899  and  a  class  graduated 
eacli  -.ub-scciuont  year.  The  clean  1»  Dr. 
Samwi'l  A.  Bri>wn.  Total  registration  for 
1921-1:2  was  425;  grnduati-s,   I'J. 

N.  Y.  20.— Cornell  University  Mediekl 
College,  Ithaca  and  .New  York  City.  Or- 
ganized 1898,  Drst  class  graduated  1899 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
Tlie  first  year  of  the  course  U  taken  at 
New  York  or  at  Ithaca,  the  last  Uiree  years 
at  New  York.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Walter  L. 
Nlles.  Total  registration  for  1921-22  was 
213 :  graduates,  43. 

For  Sfecial  Announcement  see  page  4 
N.  Y.  21.— Medical  Faculty  of  Rut«er'» 
(Queen's)  College.  New  York  City.  Organ- 
ized In  1792  as  the  New  Medical  Institution, 
the  Faculty  of  Medicine  of  Queen's  College 
(New  Jersey).  Classes  graduated  In  17(1 
and  1793.  Suspended  1794  to  1828.  Reor- 
ganized 1826.  with  the  title  Medical  Fac- 
ulty of  Rutger'a  College.  A  class  graduated 
hi  182*.  but  the  diplomas  were  not  recog- 
nized by  the  New  York  Board  of  Regents. 
An  effort  was  then  made  to  revive  the  col- 
lege under  the  name  Rutger's  Faculty  of 
Geneva  College,  but  without  success.  It 
became  extinct  In  182". 

N.  Y.  22.— New  York  Reformed  Medical 
College.  Eclectic.  New  Y'ork  City.  Organ- 
ized 1S2S.  Extinct  about  1839.  Diplomas 
not  recognized  by  the  New  Y'ork  Board 
of  Regents. 

N.  .Y.  23.— New  York  School  of  Medicine, 
New  York  City.  Organized  In  1831.  Extinct 
1833. 

N.  Y.  24. — College  of  Medicine,  Botanic. 
New  York  City.  Organized  1836.  Extinct 
about  1846.  Not  recognized  by  the  New 
York  Board  of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  26.— Eclectic  Medical  Institute  of 
New  York.  Rochester.  Organized  1847  as 
the  Medical  School  of  Fredonla.  at  Fredonla. 
N.  Y.  In  1848  moved  to  Kochester.  taking 
the  above  title.  In  1849  It  merged  »Uh  the 
Randolph  Eclectic  Medical  Institute  and 
moved  to  Syracuse  and  became  the  Central 
Medical  College  of  New  York.  Not  recog- 
nized by  the  New  York  Board  of  Regents. 
N.  Y.  27.— Randolph  Eclectic  Medical  In- 
stitute, Rochester.  OrganizeU  in  1848.  In 
1849  It  merged  with  the  Eclectic  Medical 
Institute  of  New  Y'ork,  and  removed  to  Syra- 
cuse and  became  the  Central  Medical  Col- 
lege of  New  York.  Not  recognized  by  the 
New  York  Board  of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  28.— Rochester  Eclectic  Medical  €-.- 
lege,  Rochester.  Organized  at  Syracuse  In 
1849  as  the  Central  Medical  College  of  New 
Ynrk  by  the  union  of  the  Eclectic  Medical 
Institute  of  New  Y^ork  with  the  Randolph 
Eclectic  Medical  Institute.  In  1S50  removed 
to  Rochester  and  became  the  Rochester  Ec- 
lectic Medical  College.  Extinct  hi  1852.  It 
was  not  recognized  by  the  New  York  Board 
of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  29.— Syracuse  Medical  College.  Ec- 
lectic, Rochester.  Organized  1S50.  Extinct 
1855.  Not  recognized  by  the  New  York 
Board  of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  SO.— Metropolitan  Medical  College, 
Eclectic.  New  York  City.  Organized  1852. 
Charter  revoked  1862.  Graduated  four 
classes.  Diplomas  not  recognized  by  the 
New  Y'ork  Board  of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  31.- Excelsior  Medical  College,  New 
York  City.  Incorporated  April  16,  1857. 
In  New  York  City  Directory  1859  to  1879. 
Extinct.  Not  recognized  by  the  New  York 
Board  of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  32. — New  York  Hygelo-Therapeutlc 
College.  New  York  City.  Incorporated  April 
.  15,  1857.  In  New  York  City  Directory  1857 
to  1864.  Extinct.  In  1884  an  attempt  was 
made  to  reorganize  the  institution  by  the 
United  States  Medical  College. 


N.  Y.  S3.— American  College  of  Medical 
Science  New  York  City.  Incorporated  April 
2,  1858.  No  evidence  that  any  •enloni 
were  held. 

N.  T.  34. — New  York  Preparatory  School 
of  Medicine,  New  Y'ork  City.  Incorporated 
April  15,  1859.  Extinct.  No  recognition 
by  the  New  York  Board  of  Regents. 

N.  Y.  35— New  York  Free  Medical  Col- 
lege for  Women,  New  York  City.  Chartered 
April  12,  1871.  Classes  graduated  In  1873, 
1874  and  1875.     Extinct   1878. 

N.  Y.  36. — Buffalo  College  of  Rational 
Medicine.  Homeopathic.  Buffalo.  Organized 
1879.  Fraudulent.  Extinct.  Reported  to 
the  New  York  Board  of  Regents  as  the 
College  of  I'hyslclans  and  Surgeons. 

N.  Y.  37.— Mohawk  Medical  College.  Buf- 
falo. Organized  1879.  Fraudulent.  Extinct 
1884.  This  was  an  attempt  to  revive  the 
defunct  College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons. 

N.  Y.  S8.— Hamburg  Canal  College.  Buf- 
falo.    Fraudulent.     Extinct   1883. 

N.  ^.  39.— Medical  and  Surgical  Institute 
and  Sanitarium.  Buffalo.  An  Institution 
bearing  this  and  four  other  titles,  viz.,  the 
American  College  of  Aru  and  Sciences 
Medical  Department,  the  American  Society 
of  Arts  and  Sciences,  the  American  Society 
of  Literature  and  Art.  and  the  Druldic 
Banchoreion,  was  located  at  120  Pearl  St., 
Buffalo.  It  was  Incorporated  November. 
1866,  under  the  last  name  given  and  dealt 
In  degrees  of  all  kinds.  Connected  appar- 
ently with  the  University  of  New  Bampahlre 
Department  of  Medicine  (N.  B.  3)  and  with 
the  Trinity  University  College  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery,  Bennington.  Vt.  (Vt.  5).  Re- 
ported fraudulent.     Charter  revoked  1893. 

N.  Y.  40.— New  York  College  of  Mag- 
netics, New  York  City.  Chartered  Jan.  18, 
1887.  Charter  revoked  1893.  Not  recog- 
nized by  the  Now  Y'ork  Board  of  Reganta. 

N.  Y.  41.— New  York  Institute  of  Medical 
Science.  New  York  City.  Organized  1887. 
Not  chartered.  Fraudulent.  Extinct  about 
1893. 

N.  Y.  42. — Preparatory  Medical  College, 
New  York  City  and  Poughkeepsle.  Organ- 
ized 1888.  Fraudulent.  Exposed  In  189S. 
Not  recognized  by  the  New  Y'ork  Board  of 
Regents. 

N.  Y.  43.— Fordham  University  School  of 
Medicine,  New  York  City.  Organized  in  1905 
as  the  School  of  Medicine  of  St.  John's  Col- 
lege. Present  title  assumed  In  1907.  First 
class  graduated  1909.  Abolished  by  trustees 
of  Fordham  University  In  1918  but  continued 
until  1921,  when  Its  last  claas  graduated. 

N.  T.  44.— Edward  Medical  College.  New 
Y'ork  City.  Existed  about  1889.  Not  legally 
chartered.     Extinct. 

NORTH    CAROLINA 

N.  0.  I. — University  of  North  Carolina 
School  of  Medicine,  Chapel  HUl.  Organ- 
ized 1879  as  a  preparatory  school.  In  1800 
it  began  teaching  the  work  of  the  first  two 
years  of  the  medical  course.  In  1902  ■ 
clinical  department  was  established  at 
Raleigh.  Classes  were  graduated  from  1(03 
to  191(1  Inclusive,  when  the  clinical  depart- 
ment was  discontinued.  The  dean  is  Dr. 
I.  H.  Manning.  The  total  registration  for 
1921-22  was  81. 

N.  C.  2. — Edlnborough  Medical  College. 
Lumbertown.      Incorporated    1869.      Extinct. 

N.  C.  3.— Leonard  -Medical  School  (Col- 
ored). Medical  Department  Shaw  Univer- 
sity. Raleigh.  Established  1882.  A  cla.is 
was  graduated  In  1886.  In  1S88  and  In  each 
subsequent  year  Including  1914.  when  clin- 
ical teaching  was  discontinued.  College 
closed   In    1918. 

N.  C.  4.— North  Carolina  Medical  College. 
Charlotte.  Organized  In  1887  at  Davidson 
as  the  Davidson  School  of  Medicine.  It  was 
a  preparatory  school  only,  not  granting  any 
degrees  until  1893,  when  it  was  chartered 
under  the  above  name.  The  first  class  was 
graduated  In  1893.  Removed  to  Charlotte  In 
1907.  In  1914  merged  with  Medical  College 
of  Virginia,  retaining  only  a  nominal  exist- 
ence to  grant  degrees  to  Its  three  remaining 
classes.      Last  class  In    1918. 


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N.  C.  S.— Wiks  Forest  Collso*  SekDol  of 
Medleine,  Wake  Forest.  This  school  was 
organized  in  1902.  It  gives  only  the  first 
two  years  of  the  medical  course.  The  dean  ' 
Is  Dr.  Thurman  D.  KItchln.  Total  registra- 
tion for  1921-22  was  S9. 

N.  C.  6. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Arlington.  Organized  In  1871.  Ex- 
tinct. It  is  not  known  that  It  ever  gradu- 
ated a  class. 

NORTH  DAKOTA 

N.  D.  I.— University  of  North  Dakota 
School  of  Medicine,  University.  Organized 
In  1905.  Gives  the  first  two  years  of  the 
medical  course.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Barley  B. 
French.     The  enrolment  for  1921-22  was  43. 

OHIO 

O.  1.— Medical  College  of  Ohio,  Cincin- 
nati. Organized  1819,  first  class  graduated 
In  1821.  Cincinnati  Medical  College  was 
merged  In  1846.  In  1857  Miami  Medical 
College  merged  until  1865.  when  Miami  was 
reestablished.  In  1896  became  the  Medical 
Department  of  the  University  of  Cincinnati, 
In  1909  It  again  merged  with  Miami  Medical 
College  and  became  the  Ohio-Mlamt  Medical 
College  of  the  University  of  Cinchinatl. 

0.  2. — Eeleetie  Medical  College,  Cinchi- 
natl. Organized  hi  1833  as  Worthlngton 
.Medical  College.  Suspended  1839-1843.  Re- 
moved to  Cincinnati  1843.  Became  the  Ec- 
lectic Medical  Institute  hi  1845.  Absorbed 
the  American  Medical  College  In  1857  and 
the  Eclectic  College  of  Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery In  1859.  First  class  graduated  in  1833 
and  a  class  graduated  each  year  there- 
after, except  1839-1843  Inclusive.  Changed 
name  to  Eclectic  Medical  College  In  1(10. 
The  dean  Is  Dr.  R.  L.  Thomas.  Total  enrol- 
ment for  1921-22  waa  85  ;  graduates.  34. 

0.  3.- Starling  Medical  CoUaee,  Colum- 
bus. Organized  1847.  During  same  year 
It  absorbed  the  Medical  Department  of 
Wllloughby  University.  A  class  graduated 
In  1848.  In  1892  It  absorbed  Columbus 
Medical  College.  In  1907  It  united  with 
the  Ohio  Bfedlcal  University  to  form  the 
Starllng-Ohlo  Medical   College. 

O.  4.  —  Physlo-Medlcal  College,  Cincin- 
nati. Organized  1836.  Graduated  classes 
until  1880.  when  It  became  extinct  Also 
known  as  the  Cincinnati  Literary  and 
Scientific    Institute. 

0.  5.— Botanlco-Medlcal  College  of  Ohio. 
Cincinnati.     Chartered   1838.     Exthict  1850. 

0.  6. — Western  Retervs  Unlvsnity  School 
of  Medicine.  Cleveland.  Organized  1843  as 
Cleveland  Medical  College.  SometUnes  re- 
ferred to  as  the  Hudson  Medical  Collei;e. 
First  class  graduated  In  1844.  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year.  In  1881 
the  majority  of  the  faculty  of  the  Medical 
Department  of  Wooster  University  united 
with  It  and  It  became  the  Medical  Depart- 
ment of  Western  Reserve  University.  In 
1881  also  the  board  of  trustees  of  Western 
Reaarre  University  conferred  the  ad  enun- 
dem  degree  of  M.D.  on  all  graduates  of 
the  Charity  Hospital  Medical  College  and 
on  some  graduates  of  the  University  of 
Wooster  Medical  Department.  Absorbed  the 
Cleveland  College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons In  1910.  The  present  title  was  as- 
sumed In  1913.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  C.  A. 
Hamann.  Total  enrolment  for  1921-22  was 
154 ;  graduates,  26. 

For  Sfecial  Announcement  see  page  4 
O.  7. — Cleveland  University  of  Medicine 
and  Surgery.  Organized  1849  as  Western 
College  of  Homeopathic  Medicine.  First 
class  graduated  1851.  In  1857  the  name 
was  changed  to  Western  Homeopathic  Col- 
lege. In  1870  became  Homeopathic  Hos- 
pital College  and  absorbed  the  Homeopathic 
Medical  College  for  Women.  In  1894  be- 
came Cleveland  University  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery.  In  1898  Joined  with  Cleveland 
Medical  College  (Homeopathic)  to  form 
Cleveland  Homeopathic   Medical   College. 

0.  8. — Cincinnati  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery.  Organized  1849,  first  class  gradu- 
ated 1852.  The  last  class  graduated  In  1902, 
when  it  became  extinct.  Its  department  for 
women  was  the  Woman's  Medical  College  of 
Cinchinatl. 


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O.  9. — Miami  Medical  College,  Cincinnati. 
Organized  1852,  classes  graduated  1853-57. 
In  185"  merged  with  Medical  College  of 
Ohio,  but  was  reestablished  in  1865  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding 1909.  when  it  merged  with  the 
Medical  College  of  Ohio  to  form  the  Ohlo- 
Miaml  Medical  College  of  the  University  of 
Cincinnati. 

0.  10.— Physio-Medical  Institute,  Cincin- 
nati.     Organized    1859.      Extinct    1885. 

0.  11.— University  of  Wooster  Medical  De- 
partment, Cleveland.  Organized  in  1864  as 
the  Charity  Hospital  Medical  College.  First 
class  graduated  in  1865.  Assumed  above 
title  In  1869.  In  1881  part  of  the  faculty 
united  with  the  Cleveland  Medical  College 
to  form  Western  Reserve  University  Medi- 
cal Department.  The  other  part  of  the 
faculty  reopened  the  University  of  Wooster 
.Medical  Department  In   1881.     (See  0.   12.) 

O.  12. — Cleveland  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons,  Medical  Department  Ohio 
Wesleyan  University,  Organized  in  1881  as 
the  Medical  Department  of  the  University  of 
Wooster.  The  first  class  graduated  In  1882. 
It  became  the  Medical  Department  of  Ohio 
Wesleyan  University  and  assumed  present 
title  In  1896.  In  1910  it  merged  into  the 
Western  Reserve  University  .Medical  Depart- 
ment, but  continued  to  graduate  classes  un- 
til   1913. 

0.  13.— Pulte  Medical  College.  Cincinnati. 
Homeopathic.  Organized  1872.  first  class 
graduated  1873  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year,  including  1910.  when  the 
college  was  merged  with  the  Cleveland 
Homeopathic  Medical  College,  forming  the 
Cleveland-Pulte     Medical     College. 

0.  14. — Columbus  Medical  College.  Or- 
ganized 1875.  first  class  graduated  In  1876, 
merged  with  Starling  Medical  College  In 
1892. 

0.  15.— Physio-Eclectic  Medical  College, 
Cincinnati.  Organized  1876.  Fraudulent. 
Extinct    1879. 

0.  16. — American  Eclectic  Medical  Col- 
lege, Cincinnati.  Organized  1876.  Last 
class  graduated  in  1896,  when  it  became 
extinct. 

0.  17.— Medical  University  of  Ohio,  Cin- 
cinnati. Organized  1883.  Extinct  about 
1891.     Fraudulent ;  diplomas  not  recognized. 

0.  18. — Northwestern  Ohio  Medical  Col- 
lege, Toledo.  Organized  1883  as  an  out- 
growth of  the  Toledo  School  of  Medicine ; 
first  class  graduated  In  1884  and  a  class 
graduated  each  year  thereafter  until  1891, 
when  the  school  became  extinct. 

O.  19.— Toledo  .Medical  College  (Medical 
Department  Toledo  University).  Toledo.  Or- 
ganized 1S83,  first  class  gradu^ited  in  1883 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.     Extinct  In   1914. 

0.  20. — Woman's  Medical  College  of  Cin- 
cinnati. Founded  In  1887,  first  class  grad- 
uate<l  1888.  The  last  class  graduated  in 
1893.  when  It  Joined  with  Presbyterian  Hos- 
pital and  Woman's  Medical  College  to  form 
the  I.aura  Slemorlal  Woman's  Medical  Col- 
lege. 

O.  21. — Laura  Memorial  Woman's  Medical 
College.  Cincinnati.  Organized  1895  by  the 
merger  of  the  Woman's  Medical  College  of 
Cincinnati  with  the  Presbyterian  Hospital 
.nnd  Woman's  .Medical  College.  First  class 
graduated  1896.  Last  class  graduated  1903, 
when    It    became    extinct. 

O.  22— National  Normal  University  Col- 
lege of  .Medicine,  Lebanon.  Organized  1889 
first  class  graduated  1889.  classes  graduated 
each  subsequent  year  until  1896  when  It 
became  extinct. 

O.  23.— Cleveland  Medical  College,  Home- 
opathic. Organized  1890,  first  class  1891 
Joined  Cleveland  University  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery  to  form  Cleveland  Homeopathic 
Medical   College  in    1898. 

O-  24.— Presbyterian  Hospital  and  Wom- 
an 8  Medical  College,  Cincinnati.  Eiub- 
ilshed  1891,  first  clau  graduated  In  1892 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
Including  1895,  when  It  united  with  Woman's 
Medical  College  of  Cincinnati  to  form 
i,aura    .Memorial    Woman's    Medical    College. 

O.  25— Ohio  Medical  University  Colum- 
bus.    Organized   1890,  first  class  graduated 


1893,  and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year  including  1907,  when  It  merged  with 
Starling  Medical  College  to  form  the  Star- 
Ung-Ohlo  Medical   College. 

0.  26. — Cleveland-Pulte  Medical  College. 
Cleveland.  Formed  in  1898  by  union  of 
Cleveland  University  of  Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery and  Cleveland  Medical  College,  with 
the  title  of  Cleveland  Homeopathic  Medical 
College.  In  1910  It  absorbed  the  Pulte 
Medical  College,  Cincinnati,  and  assumed 
the  above  title.  The  first  class  graduated 
in  1899  and  a  class  graduated  each  subse- 
quent year  Including  1914,  when  It  became 
extinct. 

0.  27.— Cincinnati  Medical  College,  Cin- 
cinnati. Organized  in  1834.  Merged  into 
the  Medical   College  of  Ohio  in   1846. 

O.  28— Wilioughby  University  Medical 
Department,  Wilioughby.  Organized  1835. 
In  1847  it  merged  into  the  Starling  Medical 
College. 

0.  30. — American  Medical  College,  Eclec- 
tic, Cincinnati.  Organized  in  1839.  In  1857 
it  merged  into  the  Eclectic  Medical  Institute 

O.  31. — Eclectic  College  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery,  Cincinnati.  Organized  in  1S36. 
Classes  were  graduated  In  1857,  1838  and 
1859.  In  1859  It  merged  with  the  Eclectic 
Medical  Institute. 

O.  32. — International  Electropatblc  Insti- 
tution, Mentor.  Chartered  under  the  laws 
of  Pennsylvania  In  1861  as  the  Electro- 
patblc Institute.  Moved  to  Ohio  In  1876. 
Kxtlnct  in  1894.  Not  recognized  by  the 
Ohio  State  Board  of  Medical  Registration 
and   Examination. 

0.  33. — Homeopathic  Medical  College  for 
Women,  Cleveland.  Organized  In  1868. 
.Merged  Into  the  Homeopathic  Hospital  Col- 
lege In   1870. 

O.  34. — American  Health  College,  Cincin- 
nati. Organized  In  1874  and  reorganized  in 
1876.  Conducted  by  a  Dr.  Campbell,  who 
"originated  and  copyrighted"  the  so-called 
"vltopathic  system."  Fraudulent.  Extinct 
about    1888. 

O.  35. — Zanesvllle  Academy  of  Medicine, 
Zanesville.  Organized  in  1877.  Under  the 
laws  of  Ohio  the  Academy  had  authority  to 
examine  candidates  who  wished  to  practice 
medicine  and.  If  found  qualified.  Issue  cer- 
tificates to  that  effect.  This  rlglit  was  exer- 
cised in  six  or  seven  instances  after  a  writ- 
ten and  oral  examination.  Owing  to  internal 
dissension  the  Academy  was  closed  by  or- 
der of  court  in  1881. 

O.  36.— Toledo  School  of  .Medicine.  Toledo. 
Organized  in  1878  as  a  school  for  Instruc- 
tion only  and  did  not  confer  degrees.  It 
held  three  sessions  and  was  then  suspended. 
(See  O.   18.) 

0.  37.— Dayton  Medical  University,  Day- 
ton. Organized  1886,  classes  graduated  In 
1887.    1888   and    1889.        Extinct    1889. 

0.  38.— Ohio  College  of  Obstetrics,  Medi- 
cine and  Midwifery,  Cincinnati.  Charured 
in   1889.      Extinct.     Fraudulent. 

0.  39— Hygeia  Medical  College.  Cincin- 
nati. Organized  1893,  first  class  graduated 
1895.  No  class  graduated  In  1897.  Last 
class  graduated  1899,  when  it  became  ex- 
tinct. Not  recognized  by  the  Ohio  State 
Board  of  Medical  r.eglstration  and  Exam- 
ination. 

0.  40. — Ohio  State  Unlvanlty  College  of 
Medlein*,  Columbus.  Organized  in  1907  as 
the  SUrllng-OhIo  Medical  College  by  the 
union  of  the  Starling  Medical  College  with 
the  Ohio  Medical  University.  Became  an 
integral  part  of  the  Ohio  State  University, 
with  the  present  title.  In  1914.  First  class 
graduated  1908  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  E.  F. 
.McCampbell.  The  total  enrolment  for 
l!t21-22  wa.s  227;  gniiluatcs.  3',. 

0.  41. — University  of  CInelnnatI  College 
of  Medicine,  Cincinnati.  Organized  In  1909 
by  the  union  of  the  Medical  College  of  Ohio 
(founded  In  1819)  with  the  Miami  Medical 
College  (founded  In  1832).  The  .Medical 
College  of  Ohio  became  the  Medical  De- 
partment of  the  University  of  Cincinnati 
April  28.  1896.  Under  a  similar  agreement, 
March  2,  1909,  the  Miami  Medical  Coileie 
also   merged   into   the   UnlTeraity,   when   the 


title  Ohio-Miami  Medical  College  of  the 
UnlTeraity  of  Cincinnati  was  taken.  The 
dean  is  Dr.  Henry  Page.  Total  registration 
for  1921-22  was  207;  graduates.  47. 

0.  42.— Ohio  State  University  College  of 
Jlomeopathic  Medicine.  Columbus.  Organ- 
ized In  1914,  when  the  property  of  the 
Cleveland-Pulte  Medical  Colle;:e  of  Cleve- 
land was  transferred  to  the  Ohio  Slate  Uni- 
versity. Classes  graduated  from  1913  to 
1922,  inclusive,  when  the  college  was  abol- 
ished by  the  Board  of  Trustees. 

OKUAHOMA 

Okla.  I. — University  of  Oklahoma  School 
of  Medicine.  Norman  and  Oklahoma  City 
Organized  1900.  Gave  only  the  first  two 
years  of  the  medical  courae  until  1910,  when 
a  clinical  department  was  organized  In  Okla- 
lioma  City.  The  dean  is  Dr.  Le  Roy  Long. 
Oklahoma  City.  The  total  enrolment  for 
1921-22  was  117  ;  graduates,  15. 

Okla.  2. — Epworth  College  of  Medicine. 
Oklahoma  City.  Organized  1904.  Ciastes 
were  graduated  from  1907  to  1910  Inciualve, 
when  the  college  became  extinct. 

Okla.  3. — Twentleih  Century  Physio-Med- 
ical College,  Guthrie.  Organized  1900 
Fraudulent.  Charter  revoked  In  1904.  The 
dean  of  this  college  was  H.  Warner  Newby. 
a  "graduate"  of  the  Independent  Mtdicjil 
College,  a  Chicago  diploma  mill.  The  sec- 
retary was  R.  S.  Clymer,  M.D.  This  school 
had  "correspondence  departmenta"  at  Union 
City,  Mich.,  and  Hatfield,  Pa.  Circulars 
were  sent  out  advertising  diplomas  at  SIO 
each,  under  the  name  of  "share*  of  the 
Twentieth  Century  Health  Asaociatiun." 
The  claim  was  made  that  "graduates  uf  the 
Twentieth  Century  Medical  <ollci:i'  can 
liractice    anywhere     In     the     '  sates 

without  any  interference  by  nrd 

if    Medical    Examiners."      (.~  .A 

M.  A..  Oct.  1.  1901,  p.ige  <»tiu.) 

Okla.  4.— Oklahoma  Medical  College.  Ok- 
lahoma City.     Organized  1907.    Extinct  1909. 

OREGON 
Ore.  1.— Willamette  University  Medical 
Department,  Salem.  Organized  1865,  »l 
.Halem,  first  class  graduated  1867,  and  a 
I'laas  graduated  each  subsequent  year  ex- 
cept 1896.  Moved  to  Portland  In  1878. 
returned  to  Salem  In  1895.  Merged  with 
itie  University  of  Oregon  Medical  Depart- 
ment  in    1913. 

Ore.  2.— University  of  OrHon  Modlcal 
Sehool,  Portland.  Organized  1887,  Aral 
ilass  graduated  1888,  and  a  claaa  graduated 

lach  subsequent  year  '•  ■      -  -       Biiaiiit' 

an   Integral   part  of  tli  y   of  Ore- 

Kon   In   1910.      Absorbi-  .  ;,■    Unlver 

slty  Medical  Department  in   i»i.i      The  dean 
Is  Dr.  Ilichard  B.  Dilleliunt      The  lot.il  niiiii 
her  of  students  for  1921-22   was   134;  ^r.id 
uatea,  10. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

P».  I.— University  of  Pennsylvania  School 
of  Medicine,  Philadelphia  Organized  1763 
first  class  graduated  1768.  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year  encpt  1772-79 
The  original  title.  Department  of  Medicine 
College  of  Phllad.  Iphla,  was  changed  Ui 
''  Ine,      University     of 

'  I'resent  title  In  1909 

V  diploma     laiued     in 

.Viucrlca  to  Joiiii  Anlier  In  1768.  In  191(1 
",  \'!i}f,  7f^  !'"  MsJK-o  t'hirurgical  College 
of  Philadelphia  as  a  graduate  school.  Tlio 
dean  is  Dr.  William  Pepppr.  Total  enrol- 
ment for  1921-22  was  436:  graduatm.  118 

P>-  2.— Jtnarton  Medleal  Colltg*  of  Phll- 
•dalphlt.  Organized  1825  as  Medical  De 
partniont  Jefferson  College,  Canonsburg ;  first 
class  graduated  In  1826,  and  a  class  gradu- 
ated each  subsequent  year  In  1838  a  sep- 
arate university  charter  was  trained,  with 
out  change  of  title,  since  which  time  It  has 
cunllnued  under  the  direction  of  Its  own 
board  of  trustooa.  The  dean  U  Dr.  Ross  V 
raUcrson.  Total  enrolment  for  1921-22  wai 
347  ;  graduates,  88. 

r,,^?..  ,3— PennsylvanU  Medical  Coll«««, 
Ihladelphla.  Organized  1839  It  was  th* 
Modlcal  Department  Pennsylvania  Culltc*. 
(.ettyaburg.     In    1859  absorbed   Phllad*l|>bla 

(  oiiegf  i,f  .MedUiiif  and  Suracn  Kxdnct 
1861. 


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MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


Pa.  4— Philadelphia  CoUase  of  Medlrln* 
and  Surcery.  OrtaDlzwl  1846 ;  marged, 
1839,  with  PeniuylTanIa  Medical  CoUegai 

Pa.  S. — Franklin  Medical  College,  Phila- 
delphia.    Organized   1847.     Extinct  lgS2. 

fa.  6.— 43ee  Pa.  9. 

Pa.  7.  —  Woman's  Medical  Collet*  of 
Penniylvanla.  Philadelphia.  Organized  1850. 
First  class  graduated  1852,  and  a  dasa 
L-raduatcxl  each  subsequent  year  except  1862. 
The  dean  U  Dr.  Martha  Tracy.  Total  enrol- 
ment for  l!l21-22  was  121;  graduates,  32. 

For    Special    Announcement    HI    pcf*    4 

Ph.  8.— I'enn  .Medical  UnlTerslty.  Phila- 
delphia. Organized  1855.  Suapended  186* 
to  1S74.     Extinct  1881. 

Pa.  9. — Hahnemann  Medical  Collafe  and 
Hospital  a(  Philadelphia.  Homeopatkic.  Or- 
giinlzed  In  IXI.S  n.i  llie  Hnmcopathlc  Medi- 
cal College  of  Pennsylvania.  In  1869  It 
united  with  the  Hahnemann  Medical  Cotlege 
of  PhUadelphla  (Pa.18),  Uklng  the  latter 
title.  Preeent  Utle  In  1885.  First  claaa 
graduated  1849  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  William 
A.  Pearson.  Total  enrolment  for  1921-22 
was  137  ;  graduates,  17. 

Pa.  10.— Lincoln  University  Medical  De- 
partment. Oxford.  Organized  1870.  Extinct 
1872. 

Pa.  11.  —  Mcdico-Chirurglcal  College  of 
Philadelphia.  Organized  1881.  First  claaa 
graduated  1882,  and  a  claaa  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  Including  1916,  when  It 
l>ecame  the  Graduate  School  of  Hedlclna  of 
the  Unlrerslty  of  Pennsylranla. 

Pa.  12.— Unlvertlty  of  Plttaburfh  School 
of  Modioln*.  Pittsburgh.  Organized  1886  as 
the  Western  Pennsylvania  Medical  College. 
First  claas  graduated  188T,  and  a  class  grsd- 
uated  each  subs«<iuent  year.  Became  an  In- 
tegral part  of  the  University  of  I'ltiaburgh 
In  1908 ;  removed  U>  the  university  campus 
In  1910.  The  dean  is  Dr.  B.  R.  Hugglns. 
TuUl  enrolment  for  1921-22  was  168  ;  gradu- 
ates, 26. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    4 

Pa.  13. — Tempi*  Unlv*nity  Dopartmont  of 
Medicine,  Philadelphia.  Organized  1901, 
liiring  iu  courses  at  night.  First  class  grad- 
uated 1904,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year.  Changed  to  day  college 
In  1909.  The  dean  is  Dr.  Frank  C.  Ham- 
mond. Total  enrolment  for  1921-22  was  90 ; 
graduates,  19. 

Pa.  14.— Philadelphia  University  of  Med- 
icine and  Surgery,  Philadelphia.  Incorpo- 
rated Feb.  20.  1353,  as  the  American  Col- 
lege of  Medicine  In  Pennsylvania  and  the 
Eclectic  Medical  College  of  Philadelphia. 
.\bout  1856  the  flrst  name  was  dropped, 
leaving  the  title  Eclectic  Medical  College  of 
Philadelphia.  Absort>ed  Pennsylvania  Med- 
ical College  In  1863.  This  was  changed  by 
the  Legislature  on  March  21,  1865.  to  the 
Philadelphia  University  of  Medicine  and 
.Surgery.  X'nder  this  last  title  it  became 
fraudulent  in  the  last  few  rears  of  its  ex- 
istence.    Extinct  In  1880. 

Pa.  15. — North  American  -Academy  of  the 
Homeopathic  Healing  .\rt.  .\llentown.  Or- 
ganized 1835.     Extinct  about  1841. 

Pa.  16. — American  University  of  Penn- 
sylvania (Eclectic).  Philadelphia.  Incor- 
porated In  1867.  Extinct  In  1880.  Fraudu- 
lent. 

Pa.  17.  —  Eclectic  Medical  College  of 
Pennsylvania,  Philadelphia.  Incorporated 
In  1856.  After  a  few  years  it  came  imder 
the  control  of  one  Buchanan  and  became 
fraudulent.    Extinct  18S0. 

Pa.  18. — Hahnemann  Medical  College  of 
Philadelphia.  Organized  in  1866.  Classes 
graduated  In  1868  and  1869.  when  it  merged 
with  the  Homeopathic  Medical  College  of 
Pennsylvania,  retaining  the  above  name. 
(See  Pa.  9.) 

Pa.  19.— Electropathlc  Institute,  Philadel- 
phia. Organized  In  1861.  In  1876  moved  to 
Brantford,  Ont..  and  later  to  Mentor,  Ohio. 
Fraudulent.    Extinct.     (See  0.  32.) 

Pa.  20. — Tliompsonian  Medical  College, 
Allentown.  Organized  In  1904.  Extinct. 
No  evidence  to  show  that  classes  were  ever 
held. 


PHILIPPINE  ISLANDS 
P.  I.  I.— University  of  SL  Tkomts  M*dlo*l 
Department.  Manila.  University  founded  by 
papal  decree  In  1587.  Medical  Department 
added  1871.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Jose  L.  da 
Castro.  Total  enrolment  for  1921-22  was 
403  ;  graduates,  45. 

P.  I.  2.— University  of  the  Phlllppla** 
Collaf*  of  M*dleia*  mod  Sur(*ry,  .Manila. 
Organized  In  1907  under  the  support  of  the 
Philippine  Commission  as  the  Philippine 
.Medical  School.  Changed  title  to  the  above 
in  1910.  The  dean  is  Dr.  Fernando  Cal- 
deron.  Total  enrolment  for  r.t21-2!  was 
127  ;  graduates,  25. 

RHODE  ISLAND 
R.  I.  1.  —  Brown  University  Medical  De- 
partment, Providence.  Organized  in  1811. 
The  first  clasa  was  graduated  In  1814,  and 
a  class  graduated  annually  until  1827,  wb*n 
it  became  extinct. 

SOUTH    CAROLINA 

S.C.  I, — Medical  Colleg*  of  th*  SUt*  af 
Soutk  Carolina.  Charleston.  Organized  In 
1823  as  the  Medical  College  of  South  Caro- 
lina. The  flrst  claas  graduated  in  1825.  In 
1832  a  medical  college  bearing  the  present 
title  was  chartered  and  the  two  schools  con- 
tinued aa  separate  Institutions  until  they 
were  merged  in  1838.  Clasa«s  were  grad- 
uated In  all  years  except  1862  to  1865  In- 
clusive. In  1913,  by  legislative  enactment, 
it  became  a  sute  Institution.  The  dean  Is 
Dr.  Robert  Wilson,  Jr.  Toul  enrolment  for 
1921-22  waa  109:  graduates,  IS. 

.S.  C.  2.— University  of  South  Carolina 
.Medical  Department,  Columbia.  Organised 
1866.     Extinct  1876. 

8.  a  3.  —  Charleston  Medical  School. 
Charleston.  Organized  1894.  Extinct  about 
1895.  It  U  not  known  that  any  seaslons 
were  held. 

SOUTH  DAKOTA 
S.  D.  I.  — Unlvorslty  of  Soutk  DakoU 
Colleto  of  Modldn*.  Vermilion.  Organized 
In  l'.i07.  Give*  but  the  flrst  two  years  hi 
the  medical  course.  Two  years  of  work  In 
a  college  of  liberal  arts  are  required  for 
admission.  Hie  dean  Is  Christian  P  Lom- 
raen,  B.S.  ToUl  registration  for  1921-22 
waa  43. 

TENNESSEE 

Tenn.  1— University  of  Nashville  Medical 
Department.  Organized  1850.  First  claas 
graduated  in  1852.  United  1874  with  the 
Medical  Department  Vanderbllt  University. 
First  class  grsduated  by  Vanderbllt  1875. 
Union  dissolved  1895.  Formed  another 
union  with  the  Medical  Department  of  the 
University  of  Tennessee  in  1909,  each  Insti- 
tution graduating  a  portion  of  the  students. 
Union  dissolved  and  college  extinct  In  1911. 

Tonn.  a.— MemphU  Medical  College,  Mem- 
phis. Organized  1854  aa  Medical  Depart- 
ment Cumberland  University.  Suapended 
1861-68.     Reorganized    1868.     Extinct   1873. 

Tenn.  3.— Bclectic  Medical  Institute,  Mem- 
phis. Organized  1857  aa  the  BoUnlc  Medi- 
cal College.  Above  title  aasumed  In  1859. 
Extinct  1861. 

Tenn.  4.— Shelby  Medical  College,  Nash- 
ville.    Organized  1S58.     Extinct  1862 

Tenn.  5.— Vanderbllt  University  Msdioal 
Department  N;ishrllle.  Organized  1874  and 
united  with  the  .Medical  Department  Uni- 
versity of  Nashville.  Relation  dissolved 
1895.  First  claas  graduated  1875,  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year.  The 
acting  dean  Is  Dr.  Lucius  E.  Burch.  Total 
enrolment  for  1921-22  was  149  :  graduates,  13. 

Tenn.  6. — University  of  Tennesso*  C*l- 
l*«*  of  M*dicin*,  Memphis.  Organized  1876 
at  Nashville  as  Nashville  Medical  College. 
Became  Medical  Department  University  of 
Tennessee  1879.  First  class  graduated  1877, 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
In  1909  united  with  the  University  of  Nash- 
ville Medical  Department  to  form  the  joint 
Medical  Department  of  the  universities  of 
Nashville  and  Tennessee,  each  institution 
granting  degrees  to  a  portion  of  the  gradu- 
ates each  year.  Union  was  dissolved  In 
1911,  when  the  trustees  of  the  University  of 
Nashville  by  formal  action  named  the  Uni- 


versity of  Tenn**see  College  of  Medicine  as 
IIS  legal  successor  In  medical  teaching, 
transferring  all  of  Its  equipment  to  the  suc- 
cessor. The  college  removed  to  Memphis  In 
1911,  absorbing  the  College  of  Physician* 
and  Surgeona.  The  Memphis  Hospital  Medi- 
cal College  merged  tn  1913.  In  1914  It  ab- 
sorbed the  Uncoln  Memorial  University 
Medical  Department  of  Knoxvllle.  The  dean 
Is  Dr.  James  B.  McElrov.  The  total  regis- 
tration in  1921-22  was  108;  graduates,  II. 

Tea*.  7. — M*k*rry  M*dieal  C«ll*t*  (Col- 
ored), Naahvllle.  Organized  1876  as  the 
.Medical  Department  of  Central  Ti  nnimni 
*  College,  which  became  Walden  Unlvertlty 
In  1900.  First  claas  graduated  1877  and 
a  claas  graduated  each  subaequent  year. 
OMalned  new  charter  independent  of  Wal- 
den University  In  1916.  The  dean  Is  Dr. 
John  J.  Mullowney.  Total  registration  for 
1921-22  was  180;  grsdustes.  28. 

Tenn.  S.— MemphU  HosplUI  Medical  Col- 
lege. Memphis.  Founded  In  1878,  opened  tn 
mo.  Flr*t  class  graduated  1881,  and  a 
clBs*  graduated  each  aulMequent  year. 
Merged  with  University  of  Tennesse*  College 
of  Medicine  tn  1913. 

Tenn.  t.— Chattanooga  Medical  College. 
Organized  1889,  first  class  grsduated  1890 
and  a  class  graduated  each  sutwequent  ^ear 
Including  1910,  when  It  became  extinct.  It 
was  the  Medical  Department  of  Grant  tJnl- 
verslty,  which  in  1908  changed  its  name  to 
the  UnlTerslty   of  Chattanooga. 

Tenn.  10.— Lincoln  Memorial  University 
.Medical  Department,  Knoxvllle.  Organized 
1889  aa  the  Tennessee  Medical  College ;  first 
claaa  graduated  1890.  and  a  claas  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  Afflllated  with  the 
Medical  Department  of  Lincoln  Memorial 
Unlrerslty  in  1906,  aasumed  above  title  and 
became  an  Integral  part  of  the  University 
In  19«t.  Merged  Into  the  University  of 
TenneoM  College  of  Medicine  In  1914,  re- 
taining only  s  nomlnsi  existence  to  grant 
degrees  to  Its  three  remaining  classes. 

Tenn.  II.— University  of  the  South  Medi- 
cal Department  (Sewanee  Medical  College). 
Sewanee.  Organized  1892,  flrst  class  grad- 
uated 1893,  and  a  class  grsdusted  each 
subsequent  year.     College  extinct  tn  1909. 

Tenn.  12.— Knoxvllle  College  Medical  De- 
partment (Colored).  Knoxvllle.  Organized 
1895,  discontinued  1900. 

Tenn.  IS— Knoxvllle  Medical  College 
(Colored),  Knoxvllle  Organized  1900,  fol- 
lowing the  discontinuance  of  the  Medical 
Department  of  KnoxviUe  College.  Clssaea 
graduated  In  1900  and  In  all  subsequent 
years  except  1906  and  1907.  Last  class 
graduated  in  1910,  when  the  college 
extinct. 

Tenn.  14.— University  of  West  ?*•■• 
Celleae  of  Medicine  and  Surtory.  Memphis 
(Colored.)  Organized  at  Jackson  In  19M. 
Removed  to  Memphis  in  1907.  First  clsss 
graduated  In  1904.  and  a  class  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  The  dean  la  Dr. 
M.  V.  Lynk.  Registration  for  1921-XS  waa 
7 ;  graduates,  4.  This  college  Is  reported  as 
not  recognized  by  the  licensing  boards  of  46 
states. 

Tenn.  15. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Memphis.  Organized  1906.  Was 
sometimes  referred  to  as  the  University  of 
Memphis  Medical  Department.  The  flrst 
class  graduated  In  1907,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year.  Absorbed  by 
the  University  of  Tennessee  Medical  De- 
partment in  1911. 

Tenn.  16. — Jefferson  Medical  Association. 
Dandridge.  Organized  1854.  Granted  four 
diplomas.  Extinct  about  1875.  Said  to  have 
been  an  examining  board  only. 

Tenn.  17. — Hannibal  Medical  College. 
Memphis.  Organized  1889.  Extinct  1896. 
No  graduates  during  1893  to  1896  inclusive 
and  no  evidence  of  any  in  other  years. 

Tenn.  18. — Chattanooga  National  Medical 
College  (Colored),  Chattanooga.  Organized 
1899.  No  record  of  any  graduates  except  In 
1901  and  1902.     Extinct  In  1908. 

TEXAS 

Tex.  1. — Texas  Medical  College  and  Hos- 
pital. Galveston.     Organized  in  1864  as  the 


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Galveston  Medical  College;  reorganized 
under  the  name  of  Texas  Medical  College 
and  Hospital  In  1873 :  extinct  in  1881 :  re- 
organized in  1888.     Extinct  1891. 

Tex.  2. — University  o(  Texas  DepartmMt 
of  Medicine.  Galveston.  Organized  1891 ; 
first  class  graduated  1892,  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year.  The  acting 
dean  is  Dr.  W.  Keiller.  Total  registration 
for  1921-22  was  256  ;  graduates,  42. 

Tex.  3.— Fort  Worth  School  of  Medicine, 
Medical  Department  of  Texas  Christian  Uni- 
versity, Fort  Worth.  Organized  as  the  Fort 
Worth  School  of  Medicine,  Medical  Depart- 
ment of  Fort  Worth  University,  in  1894.  In 
1911  It  became  by  affiliation  the  Medical 
Department  of  the  Texas  Christian  Univer- 
sity. First  class  graduated  1895.  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
Last  class  graduated  in  1918  vfhen  it  be- 
came extinct. 

Tex.  4.— Baylor  University  Collate  of 
Medicine,  Dallas.  Organized  1900  as  Uni- 
versity of  Dallas  Medical  Department.  The 
first  class  graduated  in  1901  and  a  class 
graduated  each  subsequent  year.  In  1903 
became  the  Medical  Department  of  Baylor 
University  at  Waco,  with  its  present  title. 
In  1904  it  acquired  the  charter  of  the  Dallas 
Medical  College.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Mclver 
Woody.  Total  registration  for  1921-22  was 
112,  graduates,  23. 

Tex.  5. — Physio-Medical  College  of  Texas, 
Dallas.  Organized  1902,  first  class  grad- 
uated in  1902,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  including  1908,  when  It 
combhied  with  the  College  of  .Medicine  and 
Surgery,  Physio-Medical,  of  Chicago. 

Tex.  6. — Southern  Methodist  University 
Medical  Department,  Dallas.  Organized 
1903  as  the  Southwestern  University  Medical 
College;  above  title  In  1911.  First  class 
graduated  1904  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  including  1915,  when  the 
school  was  suspended. 

Tex.  ".—Gate  City  Medical  College.  Tex- 
arkana.  Organized  1902.  It  was  the  out- 
growth of  the  Medical  Department  of  Sul- 
phur Bock  (Ark.)  College,  organized  Id 
1898.  First  class  graduated  1904,  and  a 
class  graduated  each  subsequent  year  In- 
cluding 1908.  when  It  became  extinct.  This 
college  was  exposed  by  the  Arkansas  Medi- 
cal Journal,  Aug.  15.  1907,  page  134.  See 
Journal  A.  M.  A.  Oct.  19,  1907,  page  1385. 
Recognition  withdrawn  by  the  Texas  State 
Board  of  Medical  Examiners  In  November, 
1907.  Beopened  at  Dallas  In  1910.  Caught 
selling  diplomas  In  1911.  Its  dean.  Dr. 
J.  W.  Decker,  was  convicted  and  sentenced 
to  fifteen  months'  Imprisonment 

Tex.  8. — College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons, Dallas.  Organized  1903  as  Bell  Med- 
ical College.  First  class  graduated  In  1904. 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent 
year.  In  February,  1905,  assumed  preaant 
title.  During  1909-10  was  not  recognised 
by  the  SUte  Board.     Extinct  In  1910. 

Tex.  9. — University  of  San  Antonio  Medi- 
cal Department,  San  Antonio.  Organized 
In  1888.  No  Instruction  was  ever  Klven. 
Extinct 

Tex.  10. — Dallas  Medical  College,  Dallas. 
It  was  the  medical  department  of  Trinity 
University.  Organized  In  1900.  first  class 
graduated  1901,  last  class  graduated  1904, 
when  It  was  merged  Into  Baylor  University 
College  of  Medicine. 

Tex.  11. — University  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery.  Dallas.  Organized  1906.  Held  no 
sessions.     Extinct. 

UATH 

Utah  I.— University  of  Utak  Seliool  sf 
Medicine.  Salt  Lake  City.  Organized  In 
1906  and  offers  the  first  two  years  of  the 
medical  course.  The  dean  is  Dr.  Perry 
G.  Snow.  The  enrolment  for  1921-22  was  58. 

UUh  2. — .Medical  College  of  Utah,  Morgan 
City.  Organized  In  1880 ;  a  class  graduated 
In  1882.     Extinct  1883. 

VERMONT 

Tt  1.— Castleton  Medical  College,  Castle- 
ton.  Organized  in  1818  as  the  Castleton 
Medical  Academy.  In  1821  name  changed 
to    Vermont    Academy    of    Medicine.      Sus- 


pended 1S38,  but  reorganized  In  1839.  In 
1841  name  again  changed  to  Castleton 
Medical  College.  Graduated  350  students 
during  its  existence.     Extinct  in  1861. 

Vt  2. — University  of  Vermont  College  of 
Medicine,  Burlington.  Chartered  In  1822, 
first  class  1823,  and  a  class  graduated  each 
subsequent  year  including  1836,  when  the 
school  suspended.  Reorganized  in  1853  and 
class  graduated  in  1854  and  each  subse- 
quent year.  Since  1915  the  course  has  in- 
cluded a  year's  internship  in  an  approved 
hospital.  The  dean  is  Dr.  H.  C.  Tlnkham. 
Total  registration  for  1921-22  was  117 ; 
graduates,   16. 

For  Special  Announcement  see  page  4. 

Vt.  3. — Vermont  Medical  College,  Wood- 
stock. Organized  1827  under  name  of  Clin- 
ical School  of  Medicine.  Incorporated  with 
above  title  In  1835,  became  extinct  1856. 
A  reputable  college.     (See  Vt.  4.) 

Vt.  4. — Vermont  Medical  College,  Rutland. 
Incorporated  1883  by  American  Health  Soci- 
ety. Extinct  1893.  Fraudulent.  (Do  not 
confuse  with  Vt.  3.) 

Vt.  5. — Trinity  University  College  of  Med- 
icine and  Surgery  of  the  State  of  Vermont, 
Uennlngton.  Incorporated  In  1889.  Ap- 
peared to  have  some  connection  with  the 
Medical  and  Surgical  Institute  of  Buffalo, 
N.  V.  (N.  Y.  39),  and  with  the  University 
of  New  Hampshire  Department  of  Medicine 
(N.   H.   3).     Reported  fraudulent.     Extinct. 

Vt.  6. — Union  Medical  Institute,  Newbury. 
Organized    In    1887.      Fraudulent.      Extinct. 

VIRGINIA 

Va.  1. — University  of  Virginia  Depart- 
ment of  Medicine.  Charlnttosville.  Organ- 
ized 1827,  first  class  graduated  1828,  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year 
except  1865.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  Theodore 
Bough.  Total  enrolment  for  1921-22  was 
152 ;  graduates,  27. 

For  Special  Annoitnctment  tee  page  4. 

Va.  2.— Me<llcal  School  of  the  Valley  of 
Virginia.  Winchester.  Organized  1826.  Ex- 
tinct 1861. 

Va.  3.— Winchester  Medical  College. 
Chartered  1826,  extinct  1829,  revived  1850, 
burned  1861.     Extinct. 

Va.  4.— Medical  Collaf*  of  Viriinia. 
Richmond.  Organized  18S8  as  Medical  De- 
partment Hampden  Sydney  College.  Pres- 
ent title  1854,  first  class  graduated  1839,  a 
claii  LTiidunted  each  subsequent  year.  In 
i'.''  '  nlverslty    College    of    Medicine 

w  In   1914  the  North  Carolina 

Mi; ..  v'e  was  merged.     The  dean  Is 

Dr.  .Manford  Call.  Total  registration  for 
1921-22  was  163 :  graduates,  27. 

Va.   5. — Rni 'tt   College  Medical 

Department.  ^.ird    Court    House. 

Organized  IM  1855. 

Va.  6. — University  College  of  Medicine, 
Richmond.  Organized  1893  as  the  College 
of  Physicians  and  Surgeons ;  above  title 
In  1894;  first  class  graduated  In  1894.  and 
a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
Absorbed  by  the  Medical  College  of  Vir- 
ginia In  I91S. 

WASHINGTON 

Wash.  1. — University  of  Washington  Med- 
ical Department,  Seattle.  Organized  In 
1S85.     No  sessions  held. 

Wash.  2.— Northwestern  College  of  Blo- 
chemlstrv.  Pr'^kane,  Orcnnl7od  In  lS^f>  as 
the   W.'i  ■  r  '      '■■■ee 

at    Nor'  ne 

and    t""  '  ys 

after  the  clLirtir  fur  this  liisiltutiun  was 
obtained.  George  M.  Carey,  a  non-graduate 
in  medicine,  registered  a  diploma  which  ho 
had  Issued  to  himself.  (Rauch.)  Fraudu- 
lent.    Extinct  about  1893. 

Wash.  3. — University  of  Spokane  Falls. 
College  of  Medicine.  Spokane.  Organized 
1890.     No  session  ever  held.     Extinct. 

WEST  VIRGINIA 
W.  Va.  I.— West  Virginia  Univeriity 
Sehool  of  Medicine.  Morgantown.  Organized 
In  1902  ;  gives  only  the  first  two  years  of 
the  medical  courae.  The  dean  is  Dr.  John 
N.  Simpson.  Total  registration  for  1921-22 
was  104. 


WISCONSIN 

Wis.  1. — Milwaukee  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons.  Known  also  as  the  Coney 
Medical  Institute.  Incorporated  1881. 
Fraudulent.  Extinct.  Charter  annulled 
1883 

Wis.  2. — Wisconsin  College  of  Physicians 
and  Surgeons,  Milwaukee.  Organized  1893, 
first  class  graduated  1S94  and  classes  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year.  In  1913  all 
Its  property  was  transferred  to  the  Mar- 
quette University  School  of  Medicine  and  It 
became  extinct. 

Wis.  3.— Milwaukee  Medical  College,  Mil- 
waukee. Organized  1894,  first  class  grad- 
uated 1895,  and  a  class  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year.  Afflliated  with  the  Marquette 
University  In  1907.  In  1913  Its  buildings 
were  leased  to  Marquette  University  School 
of  Medicine  and  It  became  extinct. 

Wis.  4.— WIsonsIn  Eclectic  Medical 
School,  Milwaukee.  Established  1894.  Ped- 
dled diplomas,  but  never  graduated  a  class. 
Suppressed  1898. 

Wis.  5. — University  of  Wisconsin  Medloal 
School,  Madison.  Organized  1907.  Gives 
but  two  years  of  the  medical  course.  The 
dean  Is  Dr.  Charles  R.  Bardeen.  The  en- 
rolment for  1921-22  was  160. 

Wis.  6. — Marquette  University  School  of 
Medicine,  Milwaukee.  Organized  In  Decem- 
ber. 1912,  by  lease  and  purchase,  respec- 
tively, of  the  Milwaukee  Medical  College  and 
the  Wisconsin  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons.  First  class  graduated  In  1913 
and  a  class  graduated  each  subsequent  year. 
Tlie  dean  Is  Dr.  Eben  J.  Carey.  The  regis- 
tration for  1921-22  was  187;  graduates,  19. 


MEDICAL   COLLEGES   OF   THE   DOMINION 
OF  CANADA 


Alta.  I.— University  of  Alberta  Faculty 
of  Medicine,  Edmonton.  Organized  In  1913. 
Olree  only  the  first  four  years  of  the  slx- 
year  medical  course.  Including  the  prelim- 
inary science  years.  The  registrar  is  Cecil 
E.  Race.    The  enrolment  for  1921-22  was  155. 

MANITOBA 
Man.  I.— University  of  Manitoba  Faculty 
of  Medicine,  Winnipeg.  Organized  1883  as 
Manitoba  Medical  College;  first  class  grad- 
uated 1886  and  a  class  graduated  each  sub- 
sequent year.  Present  title  In  1919.  The 
dean  la  Dr.  8.  Willis  Prowse.  Total  regis- 
tration for  1921-22,  305  ;  graduates,  29. 

NOVIA  SCOTIA 
N.  8.  I.— Oalhousie  University  Faculty 
of  Medicine,  Halifax,  N.  8.  Organized  In 
1867.  Incorporated  as  the  Halifax  Me<llcal 
College  In  1875.  Reorganized  as  an  exam 
ining  faculty,  separate  from  the  Halifax 
Mc<llcal  Collece  in  1885.  The  first  class 
graduated  In  1872.  In  1911,  In  accordance 
with  an  agreement  between  the  governors  of 
Dalhousle  University  and  the  Corporation  of 
the  Halifax  Medical  College,  the  work  of  the 
latter  Institution  was  discontinued  and  a  full 
teaching  faculty  was  eatabllshed  by  the  Uni- 
versity. The  final  professional  examination* 
are  conducted  conjointly  by  Dalhousle  Uni- 
versity and  the  Provincial  Medical  Board  of 
Nova  Scotia,  ao  that  candldatea  may  qualify 
at  the  lame  time  for  their  academic  degrees 
and  the  provincial  license.  The  dean  la  Dr. 
John  Stewart.  Total  registration  for  1921-12 
was  172;  graduates,  24. 

ONTARIO 
Ont  I. — University  of  Toronto  Faculty  of 
Medicine,  Toronto.  Organized  1843  as  the 
Medical  Faculty  of  King's  Collegp.  King's 
College  became  the  t'nlverslty  of  Toronto 
In  184T.  Medical  Faculty  abolished  In  1853. 
From  1853  to  1SS7  the  University  of  Toronto 
was  only  a  legislative  and  examining  body. 
.Medical  Faculty  reestablished  In  1887  by 
taking  over  the  Toronto  School  of  Medicine. 
The  course  of  study  covers  five  years  of 
eight  months  each.  In  1902  It  absorbed 
Victoria  University  Medical  Department, 
and  In  1903  It  absorbed  Trinity  Medical 
College.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  A.  Primrose. 
The  total  registration  In  the  six  classes  for 
1921-22  was   1,056;  graduates.  138. 


34 


MEDICAL    LIBRARIES 


8t.  Louis  Municipal  Medical  Library, 
City  HosplUl.  St.  Louis.  Established  1907 
by  City  of  St.  Louis.  Hospital  Depart- 
ment.    S.   B.   Lealhe,  Librarian.     4,000. 

8t.  Louis  Public  Library,  Medical  De- 
partment, OllTe,  13th  and  14th  Bts,  St. 
Louis.  Established  1865  by  city  of  St. 
Louis.  .Mr.  Arthur  E.  Bostwlck,  Libra- 
rian.    10,000. 

NEBRASKA 
Omaha 

CrelKlitun  Unlversitv  College  of  Medl- 
eloa  Library,  806  N.  14lh  St.,  Omaha,  Neb. 
Established  1908  by  Crelghton  Unlrerslty. 
Miss   Helen    McMahon,   Librarian.      4,330. 

Library  of  College  of  Medicine  of  Uni- 
versity of  Nebraska,  42d  and  Dewey  Ave., 
Omaha,  Neb.  EsUbllshed  1803  by  Uni- 
versity of  Nebraska.  Miss  Madalene 
Hillls.    Librarian.     22,000. 

Library  of  the  Nebraska  State  Me<Ilcal 
Association,  42d  St.  and  Dewey  Ave.. 
Omaha,  Neb.  Established  1895  by 
Nebraaka  SUte  Medical  Association.  W. 
P.  Wherry,   Librarian.     3.000. 

NEW   HAMPSHIRE 
Concord 

New   Hampshire  State  Library,  Medical 
Department,    Concord,    N.H.      EsUbllshed 
in  1895  by   the  State.     Arthur  H.  Chase, 
Librarian.      12,000. 
Hanover 

Library  of  Dartmouth  Medical  School, 
Uanuver,  N.U.  Euubllshed  In  1769.  C. 
C.    Stewart,   Librarian.      13,00(i. 

NEW  JERSEY 
Atlantio  CKy 

Freo     I'liblic     Library,     Atlantic      Cltv. 
N.J.     Established  1902.     Jessie  F.  Adams, 
Librarian.      1,522. 
Janay  City 

Free  I'ubllc  Library  of  the  City  of  Jer- 
sey City,  Medical  Department,  472-486 
Jersey  Ave.,  Jersey  City,  N.J.  Estab- 
lished 1889  by  stato  law.  Mr.  Edmund  W. 
MUler,  Librarian.     3,000. 

Ntwarfc 

Medical  Library  of  the  Academy  of 
Medicine  of  Northern  New  Jersey,  91  Lin- 
coln Park,  Newark,  N.J.  Established  1905 
by  the  Medical  Library  Association  of 
Newark.     4,000. 

Oranit 

William  PIcrson  Memorial  Library  Asso- 
ciation, 22  nillyer  St,  Orange,  N.J.  Es- 
tablished 1901.  Thomas  W.  Harvey,  Sr  . 
Librarian.      3,000. 

NEW  YORK 
Albany 

New  York  SUte  Medical  Library,  Sute 
Education    Bldg.,    Albany,    N.Y.      EsUb- 
llshed 1S91  by  New  York  SUte  Legislature. 
Miss  Frances  K.   Ray,  Librarian.     30,000. 
Brooklyn 

Library  of  the  Medical  Society  of  the 
County  of  Kings,  1313  Bedford  Ave., 
Brooklyn.  Established  1845  by  the  Medi- 
cal Society  of  Kings  County.  Mr.  Charles 
Frankenberger,  Librarian.  85,000. 
Buffalo 

(JrnsTenor  Library,  383  Franklin  St.. 
Buffalo.  Established  1859  by  City  of 
Buffalo  under  will  of  Seth  Grosvenor. 
Augustus  H.   Shearer,   Librarian.      18.000. 

University   of  Buffalo   Medical   Library, 
24    High    St,    Buffalo.      Established    1895 
by  Trustees  of  the  University  of  Buffalo. 
Grace    A.    Persch,    Librarian.      17,020. 
Clifton  Sprlnaa 

Clifton  Springs  Sanitarium  Medical  Li- 
brary. Clifton  Springs,  N.Y.  EsUbllshed 
1850  by  Henry  Foster.  Alice  T.  Thayer, 
Librarian.     2,624. 

New  York 

Columbia  University.  Library  of  the  Col- 
lege of  Physicians  and  Surgeons,  437  W. 
59th  St,  New  York.  Established  in  1900. 
Alfred  L.  Robert,  Librarian.     40,000. 

Cornell  University  Medical  College  Li- 
brary. 477,  1st  Ave..  New  York.  Estab- 
lished 1899  by  Prof.  James  Ewlng.  Mrs. 
Josephine  G.  Nichols,  Librarian.     12,000. 


E.  0.  Janeway  Memorial  Library,  Pres- 
byterUn  Hospital,  New  York.  KsUbliahed 
l»lt.     Oertrude  MQUer,  Librarian.     7,500. 

Egbert  I,eFevre  Memorial  Library  (Med- 
ical Department  of  New  York  Unlveraity), 
838  E.  26th  St.,  New  York.  EsUbllshed 
1914.  Miss  Lilile  Yaughan,  Librarian. 
T,500. 

Library  of  the  Bureau  of  Laboratoriea, 
Foot  of  East  16th  St.,  New  York.  Eatab- 
Ilahed  1900  by  Director  of  Bureau  of 
Laboratories,  Department  of  Health.  Julia 
T.  Harding,   Librarian.     3,360. 

Lllir:iry    nf   The    New   York  Academy   f.f  | 
Medicine,  17  W.  43d  St,  New  York.     Es- 
Ubllshed   1847.      Mr.    John    8.    Brownne, 
Librarian.      125,936. 

Library  of  the  New  York  E>'e  and  Ear 
Infirmary,  218  2d  Ave.,  New  York.  Es- 
Ubllshed 1898.  John  C.  Lester,  Ltbra- 
rUn.      1,250. 

Library  of  the  New  York  Homeopathic 
Medical  College,  63d  St  and  Ave.  A,  New 
York.  EaUbllsbed  1886.  Frances  Holly, 
Llbrsrlao.     8,000. 

Library  of  the  Pathological  Department, 
Bellevue  HosplUl,  New  York.  EsUb- 
llshed 1911  by  City  of  New  York.  Bellevue 
and  Allied  Hospitals.  Mlaa  Martha  Wirth, 
Librarian.     5,600. 

Library  of  the  Psychiatric  InstituU, 
Ward's  Island,  New  York.  Established 
1896  by  Legislature.     6,000. 

Library  of  the  Rockefeller  Institute  for 
Medical  Research,  66th  St  and  Ave.  A, 
New  York.  Established  1904.  Miss  Llllla 
M.  D.  Trask.   Librarian.     13,000. 

National  Health  Library.  370  Savantb 
Ave.,  New  York.  EsUbllshed  1921  by 
Common  Service  Committee  of  National 
Health  Council.  Janet  F.  Melvain,  Llbra- 
rUn.     5,500. 

New  York  Public  Library,  Medical  Sec- 
tion, 476  5th  Ave.,  New  York.  EsUb- 
llshed 1895.  Mr.  E.  U.  Anderson,  Direc- 
tor.    25,000. 

Public  Health  Division  of  the  Municipal 
Reference  Library,  505  Poarl  St,  New 
York.  EsUbllshed  1870  by  Board  of 
Health.  Sara  L.  Balllday,  Librarian. 
6.000. 

Norwlak 

Chenango  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary, W.  .Main  and  Court  Su,,  Norwich. 
N.Y.  Established  1910  by  Chenango 
County  Medical  Society.  N.  Louise  Ruekt- 
esliler.  Librarian.     547. 

Poughkeapila 

Library  of  the  Dutchess-Putnam  Medi- 
cal Society,  54  Market  St.,  Poughkeep«l6, 
NY.  EsUbllshed  1909.  A.  I..  Peckham, 
Chairman  Library  CommlUee.     2,200. 

Roahastar 

Library  of  Rochester  Academy  of  Medi- 
cine, S3  Chestnut  St,  Rochester,  N.Y.  Es- 
tablished 1890.  Miss  Sibley,  LIbrarUn. 
4,500. 

Saranac   Laka 

Sarauac  Laboratory  Library,  Saranac 
Lake,  N.Y.  Established  1893  by  Edward 
L.  Tnideau.     3,500. 

Trudeau  Sanatorium  Medical  Library, 
Trudeau,  N.Y.  Established  1901  by  Dr. 
Lawrason  Brown.  Miss  L.  Isabel  Ross,  Li- 
brarian.    1,775. 

Sonyaa 

-Medical  Library  of  Craig  Colony,  Bon- 
yea,  N.Y.  Established  1896  by  State  of 
New  York.  Wm.  T.  Shanahan,  Librarian. 
4,350. 

Syraeuta 

Library  College  of  Medicine,  Syracuse 
University,  309  Orange  St,  Syracuse, 
N.Y.  EsUbllshed  1906.  Frank  W.  Mar- 
low,  Librarian.     11,503. 

NORTH   CAROLINA 
Chapal  Hill 

Library  of  the  University  of  North  Car- 
olina, Chapel  UUl,  N.C.  Established  1795. 
Louis  R.   Wilson.  Librarian.     3,715. 

NORTH   DAKOTA 
UnlvaraHy 

University  of  North  Dakota  Biological 
and  Medical  Library,  University,  N.D. 
Established  1906  by  the  SUte.  Mr.  A. 
D.  Keator,  Librarian.     2,400. 


OHIO 
CinalaaatI 

Cincinnati  Hospital  Medical  Ubrary, 
Burnet  Ave.,  Cincinnati.  EaUbllahed  1870. 
Mlaa  Eva  G.  Kyte,  Librarian.     34,033. 

Eclectic  Medical  Collega  Library,  «30 
W.  eth  St,  Cincinnati.  EaUbllahed  1833 
by  the  Eclectic  .Medical  Colleca.  J.  K. 
Scudder,  Librarian.     1,500. 

Library  of  the  Ohlo-Mlaml  Medical  Col- 
lege, University  of  Cincinnati,  Eden  and 
Bethesda  Aves  ,  Cincinnati.  Established 
1911  by  Miss  Mary  E.  Dandridge.  Fraocea 
Currle,  Librarian.     8.042. 

Clavaland 

Cleveland  Medical  Library  AasocUtion. 
2318  Prospect  Ave.,  Cleveland.  Es- 
Ubllshed 1894  by  the  medical  profeaslon 
in  Cleveland.  Mr.  J.  C.  Harding,  Ubra- 
rtan.     28,000. 

Western  Reserve  Unlveraity  Medical  Li- 
brary, 1353  E.  9th  St,  Cleveland.     Torald 
SoUmann,  UbrarUn.     9,800. 
Coinnkua 

Ohio  State  University  Medical  Library, 
Columbua,  Ohio.  EatablUhed  1915.  Miss 
Miriam  Baekea,   Librarian.     4,945. 


Dayton  Medical  Library,  303  Fidelity 
Medical  Bldg.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Established 
1860.     H.  S.  Jewett  Librarian.     3,500. 

OKLAHOMA 
Oklakoma  City 

Medical  Department,  Library  of  Univer- 
sity of  Oklahoma,  401  E.  2d  St.,  Oklahoma 
City.  Saublished  1912.  Helen  L.  Kendall, 
Librarian.     1,484. 

OREGON 

Portland 

I'niversity  of  Oregon  Medical  School 
Library,  Marquam  Hill,  Portland,  Ore.  Es- 
Ubllshed 1893  by  University  of  Oregon, 
Depariment  of  iledlclne.  Bertha  B.  Hal- 
lam,  Librarian.     5.000. 

PENNSYLVANIA 
ErIa 

Library  of  the  Erie  County  Medical  So- 
ciety, University  Club.  Erie,  Pa.  EaUb- 
llsbed 1902  by  Erie  County  Medical  So- 
ciety.    Fred  E.  Ross,  Librarian.     1,000. 

Hanovar 

ILiaover    Public    Library.    Carlisle    St, 
Hanover,    Pa.      EaUbllahed     1911.      Mrs. 
Mabel   C.   Wolcott,  Librarian.     650. 
Harris  burg 

Library  of  Harrlsburg  Academy  of  Med- 
icine, 319  N.  2d  St,  Harrlsburg,  Pa.     Es- 
tablished 1896.    Carson  Coover,  Librarian. 
3.700. 
Lancaster 

Library  of  Lancaster  City  and  County 
Medical  Society,  16  S.  Prince  St,  Lan- 
cjister.  Pa.  Established  1907  by  Lancaster 
City  snd  County  Medical  Society.     1,815. 

Philadelphia 

Jefferson  Medical  College  Library,  10th 
and  Walnut  Sts.,  Philadelphia.  Estab- 
lished 1898  by  Women's  Auxiliary  of  Jef- 
ferson Medical  College.  Joseph  J.  Wil- 
son, Librarian.     10,500. 

Library  of  the  College  of  Physictans  of 
Philadelphia,  19  S.  22d  St.,  Philadelphia. 
EsUbllshed  1788  by  College  of  Physicians. 
Mr.  Charles  Perry  Fisher,  Librarian. 
130,220. 

Library  of  Hahnemann  Medical  College 
and  HosplUl,  226  N.  Broad  St,  Philadel- 
phia. EsUbllshed  1850  by  T.  L.  Bradford. 
John  W.  Tucker,  Librarian.     20,000. 

Library  of  the  Woman's  Medical  Col- 
lege of  Pennsylvanlan.  21st  St.  and  N.  Col- 
lege Ave.,  Philadelphia.  Established  1850 
by  Woman's  Medical  College.  C.  D.  Gra- 
de, Librarian.     800. 

Library,  Professional  Schools,  Temple 
University,  18th  and  Buttonwood  Sts., 
Philadelphia.  Established  1907  by  Tem- 
ple University.  Miss  Charlotte  E.  Coff- 
man.    Librarian.      3.639. 

Medical  Department  of  the  University  of 
Pennsylvania  Library,  34th  St.  and  Wood- 
land Ave.,  Philadelphia.  Miss  Frances  R. 
Houston,  Librarian.     32,190. 


63 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


Medical  Library  of  the  Pennsylvania 
Hospital,  8th  and  Spruce  Sts.,  Philadel- 
phia. Established  about  1762.  Francis 
R.   Packard,   Librarian.     15,000. 

The  Mercantile  Library,  16  South  10th 
St.,  Philadelphia.  Established  1821.  T. 
Wilson  Hedley,  Librarian.     1,901. 

Pittibunh 

Carnegie  Library  of  Pittsburgh,  Medical 
Department,  Schenley  Park,  Pittsburgh. 
Established  1895  by  Andrew  Carnegie  and 
City  of  Pittsburgh.  Mr.  John  H.  Leete, 
Librarian.     7,050. 

Library  of  the  Pittsburgh  Academy  of 
Medicine,  322  N.  Craig  St.,  Plttoburgh. 
Established  1897  by  Fellows  of  Pittsburgh 
Academy  of  Medicine.  Charles  B.  Malts, 
Librarian.      7,500. 

Library  of  the  School  of  Medicine, 
University  of  Pittsburgh,  Pittsburgh.  Es- 
tablished 1910.  Miss  Ethel  Metzger,  Li- 
brarian.     9,500. 

Mercy    Hospital    Staff    Library,    Pitts- 
burgh.    Established  1921.     Miss  Mary  A. 
McCloskey,   Librarian.     2,000. 
Potbvilla 

Schuylkill  County  Medical  Library  As- 
sociation, S.E.  corner  3d  and  Market  Sts., 
Pottsville,  Pa.  Established  1912.  G.  R.  S. 
Corson,  Librarian.    900. 

Raulino 

Berks  County   Medical   Society  Library. 
429  Walnut  St.,  Reading,  Pa.     BsUblished 
1901    by   Murray   Weldman.     D.    S.    Grim, 
Librarian.      2,000. 
Scranton 

Library  of  Lackawanna  County  Medical 
Society,  130  Washington  Ave.,  Scranton. 
Pa.  Established  1909  by  I^ckawanna 
Medical  Society.  I.  W.  Severson,  Libra- 
rian. 2,800. 
Wllku-Barr* 

Librar\-  nf  the  Luzerne  County  Medical 
Society,  130  S.  Franklin  St.,  Wllkes-Barre. 
Pa.  Established  about  1893  by  Luzerne 
County  Medical  Society.  Lewis  H.  Taylor, 
Librarian.  7,415. 
York 

York  County  Medical  Society  Library, 
Court  House,  E.  Market  St.,  York,  Pa. 
Established  1900  by  the  York  County 
Medical  Society.  W.  C.  Stick,  Librarian. 
S.SOO. 

RHODE     ISLAND 
Ntwpert 

Redwood  Library  and  AtheuKum,  Belle- 
rue  Ave.  and  Bedwood  St.,  Newport,  R.I. 
Established  1747  by  Abraham  Redwood, 
Henry  Collins,  and  others.  Mr.  George 
Lyman  Hinckley,  Librarian. 
PravldciM 

Library  of  the  Rhode  Island  Medical 
Society,  106  Francis  St.,  Providence,  B.L 
EsUbllshed  1879  by  Rhode  Island  Medical 
Society.  Grace  E.  Dtckerman,  Librarian. 
27.500. 

SOUTH     CAROLINA 
CharlMton 

Library  of  the  Medical  College  of  the 
State  of  South  Carolina,  IG  Lucas  St, 
Charieaton,  S.C.  Established  1827  by 
the  Medical  College  of  the  Sute  of  South 
Carolina.  Miss  Jane  S.  Ball,  Librarian. 
3,800. 

SOUTH     DAKOTA 
Vtrnllloa 

Lnlveralty  of  South  Dakota  Library, 
Clark  and  Yale  Sts.,  Vermilion,  S.D.  Bb- 
tablUhed  1907  by  the  state.  Miss  Mabel 
K.  Blchardson.  Librarian.     2,500. 

TENNESSEE 
MMpkh 

University  of  Tennessee  College  of  Med- 
icine Library,  879  Madison  Ave.,  Memphis, 
Tenn.  Established  1913.  Miss  Emily  H. 
McCurdy,   Librarian.     3,368. 


Naikvllla 

Library  Vanderbilt  University  School  of 
Medicine,  South  Campus.  Nashville.  Tenn. 
Established  1912  by  Nashville  Academy 
of  Medicine.  Mrs.  Pearle  C.  Hedges,  Li- 
brarian.     11.000. 

Meharry  Medical  College  Library,  First 
and  Chestnut  Sts.,  Nashville,  Tenn.  Es- 
tablished 1883.  Mrs.  T.  J.  Elliott,  Libra- 
rian.    1,500. 

TEXAS 
Dallas 

Bavior  University,  College  of  Medicine 
Library,  3413  Gaston  Ave.,  Dallas,  Texas. 
Established  1902.  Miss  Margaret  S.  Tur- 
riil.    Librarian.      3.425. 

El  Pate 

Library  of  El  Paso  County  Medical 
.'Society,  University  Club,  El  Paso,  Tex. 
Kstablished  1914  by  the  El  Paso  County 
Medical  Society.  E.  B.  Rogers,  Librarian. 
5.700. 
Galveston 

Library  of  the  Medical  Department. 
University  of  Texas,  Strand  between  9th 
and  10th  Sts..  Galveston.  Established 
1893  by  the  University.  Miss  Elisabeth 
D.  Runge,  Librarian.  11.004. 
San  Antonio 

Besar  County  Medical  Library,  123 
Leiington  Ave.,  San  Antonio,  Texas.  Es- 
tablished 1915  by  Bexar  County  Medical 
Society.  His.  Josephine  S.  Brin,  Libra- 
rian.    3,000. 

UTAH 
Salt  Lake  City 

University  of  Utah  Medical  Library, 
Salt  Lake  City.  EsUbllshed  1908  by  Uni- 
versity of  Utah,  with  Salt  Lake  County 
Medical  Association.  Miss  Esther  Nelson, 
Librarian.     1,200. 

VERMONT 
Bnrllnoton 

Library  of  the  College  of  Medicine.  Uni- 
versity of  Vermont,  Pearl  St.,  Burlington. 
Vt.  Established  by  the  University.  Mary 
O.  Boynton,  Librarian.     4,000. 

VIRGINIA 
Rlekmond 

Library  of  the  Medical  College  of  Vir- 
ginia. I2th  and  Clay  Sts.,  Richmond,  Va. 
Established  1900  by  E.  C.  L.  Miller. 
Miss  Florence  McRae,  Librarian.  6,500. 
Univsralty 

Library  of  the  University  of  Virginia, 
Medical  Department,  University,  Ta. 
Established  1825  by  University  of  Vir- 
ginia. Mr.  John  S.  Patton,  Librarian. 
4,000. 

WASHINGTON 
Seattia 

Washington    Medical     Library    Associa- 
tion. Cobb  Bldg.,  Seattle,   Wash.     BaUb- 
ll.thed    1898.     Miss  Elizabeth  A.   Dawson, 
Librarian.     6,832. 
Tacoma 

Library  of  Pierce  County  Medical  So- 
ciety, 220  Puget  Sound  Bank  Bldg.,  Ta- 
coma, Wash.  Established  1912  by  Pierce 
County  Medical  Society.  Blanche  L.  De 
Witt,  Librarian.     2,375. 

WEST     VIRGINIA 
Morgantown 

University    of    West    Virginia    Medical 
Library,  Morgantown,  W.Va.     Eatabllshed 
1809  by  University  of  West  Virginia.     Mr. 
L.  D.  Amett,  Librarian.     3,300. 
Wfcaallai 

Wheeling  Medical  Library  Association, 
Ohio  Valley  General  Hospital,  Wheeling, 
W.  Va.  Established  1896.  Frank  Le 
Moyne  Hupp  in  charge.     3,000. 


WISCONSIN 

Madison 

Library  of  the  University  of  Wisconsin, 
Park  and  State  Sts.,  Madison,  Wis.  Es- 
tablished 1849  by  University  of  Wisconsin. 
Mr.  Walter  M.  Smith,  Ubrarian. 

Milwaukea 

Library  of  the  Marquette  School  of  Med- 
icine, 4th  St.  and  Reservoir  Ave.,  Milwau- 
kee, Established  1913.  Joseph  C.  Bock. 
Librarian.     4,000. 

Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  Li- 
brary, 445  Milwaukee  St.,  Milwaukee. 
Established  1891  by  Bartlett  Clinical  Club. 

C.  Henry  Davis,  Librarian.     11,000. 
Sheboygan 

Sheboygan  Clinic  Library,  1005  N.  8th 
St.,  Sheboygan,  Wis.  Established  1922. 
Miss  Jennie  T.  Schrage,  Librarian.     1,100. 

PHILIPPINE    ISLANDS 
Manila 

Library  of  the  Philippine  Bureau  of 
Science,  727  Herran  St.,  Manila,  P.  I.  Es- 
tablished 1901.  MUs  Mary  Polk.  Libra- 
rian.    12.000. 

CANADA 
Edmonton 

University  of  Alberta  Medical  Library. 
Edmonton,     Alberta.       Established     1913. 

D.  E.  Cameron,  Librarian.     2,750. 

Halifax 

Library  of  the  Medical  Faculty  of  Dal- 
housle  University,  Carleton  St..  Halifax, 
N  S.  Reorganized  1916.  Miss  F.  E.  Mac- 
donald.   Librarian. 

London 

Western  University  Medical  School  Li- 
brary, Cor.  Waterloo  St.  and  Ottaway 
Ave..  London,  Onu  Bstablished  1915. 
Miss  Ethel  Sullivan,  Librarian.     7.000. 

Montraal 

Lll)rary  of  the  Faculty  of  Medicine,  Mc- 
Glll  University,  836  University  St..  Mon- 
treal, Que.  Established  1823  by  Montreal 
Medical  Institution.  C.  F.  Wylde,  Acting 
Honorary   Librarian.      30,451. 

Library  of  University  of  Montreal,  Fac- 
ulty of  Medicine,  185  St.  Denis  St.,  Mon- 
treal, Que.  Eatablishe<l  ISSG  by  the  Fac- 
ulty of  Medicine  of  Laval  University.  I. 
P.  Chagnen,  Librarian.     13,000. 

Quebee 

Blbllothiqua  de  la  Facult6  de  .MMeclne, 
Laval  University.  23  Hubert  St.,  Quebec, 
Quebec.  Establlahed  1910.  George  Ahem, 
Librarian.     1,304. 

Toronto 

Library  of  the  Academy  of  Medicine, 
Toronto,  13  Queen'a  Park.  Toronto,  Ont. 
Established  1907  by  amalgamation  of  On- 
tario Medical  Library  Asso<'lation,  Toronto 
Medical  Society,  Toronto  Clinical  Society 
and  Toronto  Pathological  Society.  Miss 
Edna  M.  Poole,  Librarian.     12,700. 

Unlrarslty  of  Toronto  Library,  Qussn'a 
Park,  Toronto,  Ont.     Kslahll.ihcd  1829  by 
charter  and  grant  of  Crown  landa.     H.  H. 
Langton.    Librarian.     10,000. 
Vusouvor 

Library  of  the  Vancouver  Medical  Aaso- 
clatlon,  718  Granville  St.,  Vancouver, 
B.C.  EsUbllshed  1906  by  Vancouver 
Medical  Aaaoclatlon.  Miss  L.  FIrmlo,  Li- 
brarian.    3,700. 

Wlnnipat 

Medical  Library  of  the  Unireralty  of 
Manitoba  Medical  College,  Bannatyne  Ave., 
Winnipeg.  Establlahed  1919  by  amalgama- 
tion of  the  Lll)rary  of  the  Medical  College 
and  the  Library  of  the  Collage  of  Physl- 
ciana  and  Surgeons  of  Manitoba.  Mlaa 
S.  D.  Maclntyre,  Librarian.     4,500. 


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Out.  3. — Trinity  Medical  College,  Toronto. 
Organized  In  1853  as  the  Upper  Canada 
Srhorii  iif  Mi'iiirlne,  suspended  In  1854, 
riMri.Miilzo.1  isTii  as  Faculty  of  Medicine  of 
Trinity  Ci.llr  gr  :  constituted  a  separate  cor- 
Ijoratliin  cMllcd  Trinity  .Medical  College. 
1877  ;  alBUated  with  Trinity  University  and 
University  of  Toronto,  1ST8 ;  reconstituted 
as  .Medical  Faculty  of  Trinity  University. 
1902 ;  merKed  with  the  Faculty  of  Medicine 
of  the  University  of  Toronto,  1903. 

Ont.  4  —Victoria  University  Medical  De- 
partment. Organized  1853.  Extinct  1869. 
.^Iso  known  as  Rolph's  School.  Victoria 
University  continued  to  grant  medical  de- 
grees, however,  until  1902,  when  It  was 
absorbed  by  the  University  of  Toronto. 

Ont.    5. — QuMn's     University     Faculty     of 

■Medicine,  Kingston.  Organized  1854,  Qrst 
class  graduated  in  1853,  and  a  class  gradu- 
ated each  subsequent  year.  The  faculty 
was  originally  a  department  of  the  Univer- 
sity, but  a  separation  took  place  In  ISSK, 
when  the  school  was  conducted  under  the 
charter  of  the  Royal  College  of  Thyslclans 
and  Surgeons  at  Kingston.  It  admitted 
women  from  1880  until  1883.  In  1892  the 
school  again  became  an  Integral  part  of 
Queen's    University.      A    flve-year    medical 


course  la  required.  The  dean  Is  Dr.  J.  C. 
Connell.  The  total  registration  in  1920-21 
was  240  :  graduates,  40. 

Ont  6.— Wntarn  Univartlty  Madleal 
School,  London.  Organized  In  1881,  flrst 
class  graduated  In  1883,  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  BUbaequent  year.  In  1913  the 
Faculty  of  Medicine  became  an  Integral 
part  of  the  University.  The  dean  Is  Or. 
Paul  8.  McKlbben.  The  enrolment  for  1921- 
22  was  121 :  graduates,  18. 

Ont.  7. — Kingston  Woman's  Medical  Col- 
lege. Organized  1883.  The  degrees  were 
granted  by  Queen's  University,  with  which 
It  was  affiliated.     Extinct  1893. 

Ont.  8. — Ontario  Medical  Collage  for 
Women,  Toronto.  Organized  In  1884.  Affll- 
lated with  the  University  of  Toronto.  Not 
empowered  to  grant  degrees. 

QUEBEC 

Que.  I.— McGlli  University  Faculty  of 
Medicine.  Montreal.  Founded  1824  as  Mon- 
treal Medical  Institution ;  became  the  Med- 
ical Faculty  of  .McUUl  University  In  1829; 
flrst  class  graduated  under  the  university 
auspices  In  1833.  Ko  sessions  between 
1836  and  1839,  owing  to  political  troubles. 
In  1905  absorbed  Faculty  of  Medicine  of 
the  University  of  Bishop  College.  The 
registrar  Is  Dr.  John  W.  Scane.  Number  of 
students  In  the  six  clases  In  1921-22  was 
705;  graduates,  108. 


Que.  2.— University  of  Montreal  Medical 
Faculty,  Montreal.  Organized  1843,  Incor- 
porated 1845  as  the  Montreal  School  of 
Medicine  and  Surgery.  In  1891,  by  an  act 
of  parliament,  it  absorbed  Laval  University 
Medical  Faculty  at  Montreal.  First  cUsa 
graduated  In  1843  and  a  claas  graduated 
each  subsequent  year.  Present  title  In  1920. 
The  dean  Is  Dr.  L.  L.  Barwood.  Total 
registration  for  1921-22  waa  321;  gradu- 
ates, 55. 

Qua.4  3. — Laval  University  Faculty  of 
Modlelio,  Quebec.  The  Quebec  School  of 
Medicine,  organized  in  1848,  became  In 
1852  Medical  Department  of  Laval  Univer- 
sity; tint  class  graduated  In  1885,  and  a 
clasa  graduated  each  subsequent  year.  The 
dean  la  Dr.  Arthur  Rousseau.  The  enrolment 
for  1921-22  was  163;  graduates,  22. 

Que.  4. — Laval  University  Medical  Fac- 
ulty, Montreal.  Organized  In  1878.  First 
clasa  graduated  in  1879  and  a  class  grad- 
uated each  subsequent  year  Including  1891, 
when  It  was  abaorfoed  by  the  Montreal 
School  of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 

Que.  5.— University  of  Bishop  Collace 
Faculty  of  Medicine,  Montreal.  Organized 
1870,  flrst  class  graduated  1871,  and  classee 
graduated  each  8ul>saquent  year ;  In  1905 
was  absorbed  by  McOllI  University  Faculty 
of  Medicine. 

Que.  6. — St.  Lawrence  School  of  Hedl- 
cta*.     Organized  1851.     Extinct  1852. 


GRADUATE  MEDICAL  COLLEGES 


IN  THE  UNITED  STATES 


ALABAMA 

Ala.  Gl. — University  of  Alabama  Graduate 
School  of  Medicine,  Birmingham.  The  sec- 
retary is  Dr.  George  S.  Graham,  1925  Ave. 
F,  Birmingham. 

CALIFORNIA 

Cal.  Gl. — San  Francisco  Poiyelinle  and 
Pott-Graduate    School,     1535     Jackson     St., 

San  Francisco.     The  president  Is  Dr.  Alfred 
.T.  Zobel. 

For  Special  Anncmnccment  see  page  4. 

Cal.  G2. — Graduate  School  of  Medicine  of 
the  University  of  California,  Buena  Vista 
and  Alpine  Sts..  Los  Atigeles.  The  dean  Is 
Dr.  (ieorge  H.  Kress. 

ILLINOIS 

IM.  Gl.— Chicago  Policlinic,  219-221  W. 
Chicago  Ave..  Chicago.  The  secretary  is 
Dr.  Malcolm  L.  Harris,  32  N.  State  St. 

ill.  G2— Illinois  Post-Graduats  Medical 
School,  1844  W.  Harrison  St.,  Chicago.  The 
secretary  Is  Dr.  James  A.  Clark. 

III.  G3. — Post-Graduate  Medical  School, 
2400  Dearborn  St,  Chicago.  The  secretary- 
Is  Dr.  Emil  Rles.  77  E.  Washington  St. 

For  Special  Announcement  see  page  4. 

ill.  G4. — Chicago  Eye,  Ear,  Note  and 
Throat  College,  235  W.  Washington  St..  Chi- 


cago.    The  president  Is  Dr.  William  A.  FIsber, 
235  W.  Washington  St. 

LOUISIANA 

La.  Gl. — New  Orleans  Polyclinic.  Post- 
Graduate  School  of  Medicine  of  the  Tulane 
University  of  Louisiana,  Tulane  Ave.  and 
IJberty  St.,  New  Orleans.  The  dean  is  Dr. 
Chas.  L.  Chassalgnac. 

La.  G2. — Loyola  Post-Graduate  School  of 
Medicine,  1533  Tulane  Ave.,  New  Orleans. 
The  secretary  Is  Dr.  Joseph  A.  Danna. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Mass.  Gl.  —  Harvard  Medical  School, 
Courses  for  Graduates,  240  Longwood  Ave., 
Boston.    The  assistant  dean  is  In  charge. 

MINNESOTA 

Minn.  Gl. — University  of  Minnesota  Grad- 
uate School  of  Medicine,  .Minneapolis.  The 
dean  Is  Guy  Stanton  Ford.  Ph.D. 

NEW  YORK 
N.  Y.  Gi.— New  York  Post-Graduate  Med- 
ical School,  2d  Ave.  and  20tb  St.    New  York 
City.     The  dean  Is  Dr.  P.  H.  Wadhams. 

N.  Y.  G2.— New  York  Polyclinic  Medical 

School.  341-51  W.  50th  St.,  New  York  City.  '' 

The  superintendent   Is   Dr.  John   M.   Lawler,  ' 

341  W.  50th  St.  I 


N.Y.  04.— Manhattan  Eye.  Ear  and 
Throat  Hospital  and  Medical  School,  210  E. 
64th  St.,  .Sew  York  City.  Tlie  superinten- 
dent Is  Mr.  Reuben  O'Brien. 

N.Y.  G5. — School  of  Ophthalmology  and 
Otology,  13th  St.  and  2d  Ave.,  New  York 
City.  The  superintendent  Is  Mr.  Thos.  K. 
Robertson. 

For    Special    Announcement    see    page    4 

N.Y.  Ge.— College  of  the  New  York  Oph- 
thalmic Hoipital.  23d  St.  and  Third  Ave., 
New  York  City.  The  secretary  Is  Dr.  W.  C. 
McKnight,  13  Central  Park  West. 

N.Y.  Q7. — Herman  Knapp  Memorial  Eye 
Hospital,  southwest  comer  of  57th  St.  and 
10th  Ave.,  New  York  City.  The  secretary  Is 
Dr.  Gerald  H.  Grout. 

NOTE.^All  post-graduate  medical  schools 
In  New  York  are  cooperating  through  the 
Academy  of  Medicine,  New  York.  For  In- 
formation regarding  any  or  all  clinics  In 
that  city  write  to  the  Secretary  of  the 
Academy   at  17   W.   43d  St.,  New  York. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Pa.  G2. — Graduate  School  of  Medicine  of 
the  University  of  Pennsylvania,  Philadel- 
phia. Organized  in  1916.  The  Philadel- 
phia Policlinic  was  merged  In  1918.  The 
dean  Is  Dr.  George  H.  .Meeker. 

For    Special    Announcemtni    see    page    4 


FOREIGN  MEDICAL  COLLEGE  KEY-TABLE 

NOTE. — This  list  includes  the  key  number  and  addresses  of  foreign   colleges  arranged  alphabetically   by  countries,  also  the  licensing 
bodies  of  England,  Scotland  and  Ireland. 


ARGENTINE    REPUBLIC 

AUSTRIA 

BOLIVIA 

Arg.  1.— National     Unlveralty      of 

Buenos 

Aus. 

1.— University  of  Graz. 

Bol.  1.— University  of  La  Paz. 

Aires. 

Aus. 

2. — University  of  Innsbruck. 

Bol.  2. — University  of  Sucre. 

Arg.  2. — National    University,    Cordova. 
Arg.  3.— National  University.  La  Plata. 

Aus. 

7. — University  of  Vienna. 

BRAZIL 

Arg.  4. — University  of  Rosarlo. 

BELGIUM 

Braz.  1.— Faculty  of  Medicine.  Surgery  and 

AUSTRALIA 

Belg. 

1. — University  of  Brussels. 

Pharmacy.  Bahla. 
Braz.  2. — Faculty    of    Medicine    and    Phar- 

Austl. 1.— University  of  Adelaide. 

Belg. 

J. — University    of    Ghent. 

macy,   Porto  Alegre. 

Austl.  2. — University  of  Melbotimi. 

Belg. 

3. — University  of  Liege. 

Braz.  3. — Faculty  of  Medicine,  Surgery  and 

Austl.  3.— University  of  Sydney. 

Belg. 

4. — Catholic    University,   Louvatn. 

Pharmacy,  Rio  de  Janeiro. 

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AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


CHILE 

Chi.  1.— University  of  Chiie,   Santiago. 

CHINA 

China  1. — Hongkong  University  School  of 
Medicine.     Org.  1912. 

China  2. — East  China  Union  Medical  Col- 
lege,  Nanking. 

China     3.— Union    Medical    College,    Pekln.» 

China     4. — Woman's   Med.    School.   Soochow. 

China     5. — Canton   University  Med.    Coll. 

China  6. — South  China  Medical  College. 
Canton. 

China  7. — Hunan-Yale  College  of  Medi- 
cine,   Changsha.* 

China     8.— Mukden  Med.   Coll.,  Mukden.' 

China  9. — Pennsylvania  St.  John's  Medi- 
cal   School,    Shanghai.* 

China  10. — Shantung  Christian  University 
School  of  Med.,  Tslnanfu.* 

China  11. — Harvard  Medical  School,  Shang- 
hai.     (Extinct.  1916.) 


The  Ave  colleges  indicated  by  an  asterisk 
(*)  are  eligible  to  membership  In  the  Asso- 
ciation of  Medical  Colleges  of  China.  Mem- 
bership in  that  association  is  limited  to  such 
colleges  as  provide  a  four-year  medical 
course,  preceded  by  adequate  college 
courses,  nith  laboratory  work  In  physics, 
chemistry  and  biology,  based  on  high  school 
graduation. 

COLOMBIA 
Colombia  1. — University  of  Bogota. 
Colombia  2. — University  of  Cartagena. 

CUBA 

Cuba.  1. — University  of  Havana. 
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
Cze.  1. — German  University  of  Prague. 
Cze.  2. — Bohemian  University  of  Prague. 

DENMARK 
Den.  1. — University  of  Copenhagen 
ECUADOR 


Ec.  1. — Central       University 
Quito. 


of      Ecuador, 


BST.  1.— 1 


EGYPT 

School  of  Medicine,  Cairo. 


Kng.     1 
Eng.     2 


ENGLAND 

. — University  of  BirmlngUam. 

.—University  of  Bristol. 

. — University  of  Cambridge. 

, — Durham  University. 

. — University  of  Leeds. 

. — University  of  Liverpool. 

. — University  of  London. 

. — Victoria  University,  Manchester. 

, — University  of  Oiford. 

. — University  of  ShetBeld. 

. — Licentiate  of  the  Royal  Coll.  of 
Phys.,  London,  and  the  Royal 
Coll.    of   Surga.,    England. 

. — Member  of  the  Royal  College  of 
I'hyalclans,    London. 

. — Fellow  of  the  Royal  College  of 
Phyaiclans,    London. 

. — Fellow  of  the  Royal  College  of 
Surgeons,    England. 

. — Licentiate  In  Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery of  the  Apothecaries 
Society  of  Loadon. 

FINLAND 
Fin.  1. — University  of  Helsingfort. 

FRANCE 
Fra.  1. — University  of  Bordeaux. 
Fra.  2.— University  of  Lille. 
Fra.  3. — University  of  Lyons. 
Fra.  4. — University  of  Montpellltr. 
Fra.  5. — University  of  Nancy. 
Fra.  6. — University  of  Paris. 
Fra.  7. — University  of  Toulouse. 
Fra.  8. — University  of  Strasbourg. 

GERMANY 
Oer.     1. — University  of  Berlin. 
Ger.     2. — University  of  Bonn. 
Ger.     3. — University  of  Brealau. 
Ger.     4. — University  of  Erlangeo. 


Eng. 

3 

Eng. 

4 

Eng. 

5 

Eng. 

6 

Eng. 

7 

Eng. 

8 

Eng. 

9 

Eng. 

10 

Eng. 

11 

Eng. 

12 

Eng. 

13 

Eng. 

16 

Eng. 

17 

of  Freiburg, 
of  Giessen. 
of  GSttingen. 
of  Grlefswald. 
of  Halle, 
of  Heidelberg, 
of  Jena, 
of  Kiel, 
of  Konigsberg. 
of  Leipzig, 
of  Marburg, 
of  Munich, 
of  Rostock, 
of     Frankfort-on-the- 

of  Tilblngen. 
of  WUrzburg. 


Ger.  5. — University 
Ger.  6. — University 
Ger.  7. — University 
Ger.  8.— University 
Ger.  9. — University 
Ger.  10. — University 
Ger.  11. — University 
Ger.  12.— University 
Ger.  13.— University 
Ger.  14.— University 
Ger.  15.— University 
Ger.  16. — University 
Ger.  17. — University 
Ger.  18.— University 

Main. 
Ger.  19. — University 
Ger.  20. — University 

GREECE 

(Greece  1. — National    University,    Athens. 

GUATEMALA 
Guat.  1. — Faculty    of    Medicine,    Guatemala. 

HAITI 
Haiti  1. — National  School  of  Medicine,  Port 

au  Prince. 

HONDURAS 

Hond.  1. — Faculty  of  Medicine,  Tegucigalpa. 

HUNGARY 
Hung.  1. — University  of  Budapest. 
Hung.  2. — Vniversit.v  of  Szegedin. 
Hung.  3. — University  of  Pressburg. 

ICELAND 

Ice.  1. — School   of  Physicians,   Reykjavik. 

INDIA 
India  1. — University  of  Bombay. 
India  2. — University  of  Calcutta. 
India  3. — Punjab  University,  Lahore. 
India  4. — University  of  Madras. 
India  5.— University  of  Allahabad. 

IRELAND 
Ire.     1. — Queen's  University,   Belfast. 
Ire.     2. — National      University      of      Ireland 

(formerly     Royal     University 

of  Ireland),  Dublin. 
Ire.     3.— University  of  Dublin, 
•re.     4. — Royal  College  of  Surgeons,  Schools 

of  Surgery.   Dublin. 
Ire.     5. — Licentiate    of    the    Kings    Queens 

Coll.    of    Physicians,    Dublin. 
Ire.     6. — Licentiate  of  the  Royal  College  of 

Physicians  of  Ireland. 
Ire.     7. — Member    of    the    Royal    College    of 

Physicians    of    Ireland. 
Ire.     8.— Fellow    of    the    Royal    College    of 

Physicians   of    Ireland. 
Ire.     9. — Licentiate  of  the  Royal  College  of 

Surgeons  of   Ireland. 
Ire.  10.— Fellow    of    the    Royal    CoUega    of 

Surgeons   of   Ireland. 
Ire.  11. — Licentiate  of  the  Apothecaries  Hall 

of    Dublin. 

ITALY 

-University  of  Bologna. 
-University  of  Cagllarl,    Sardlna. 
-Univeralty  of  Milan. 
-University  of  Catania. 
-University  of  Kerrara. 
-University  of  Florence, 
-University  of  Genoa. 
-University  of  Meailna. 
-University  of  Modena. 
-University  of  Naples. 
-University  of  Padua. 
-University  of  Palermo. 
-University  of  Parma. 
-University  of  Pavla. 
-University  of  Perugia. 
-University  of  Pisa. 
-University  of  Rome. 
-University  of  Sassarl. 
-University  of  Sleoa. 
-University  of  Turin. 

JAPAN 
— Kyota  Imperial   University.' 
—Taiwan  (Fiirraosa)   .Medical  School, 
Tansul.' 


Ita. 

1. 

Ita. 

2. 

Ita. 

3. 

Ita. 

4. 

Ita. 

5. 

lu. 

«. 

lu. 

7. 

Ita. 

8. 

Ita. 

9. 

Ita. 

10. 

Ita. 

11. 

lu. 

12. 

Ita. 

13 

Ita. 

14. 

Ita. 

15. 

Ita. 

16. 

lU. 

17. 

Its. 

18. 

Ita. 

19. 

Ita. 

20. 

Jap 

I 

Jap 

2 

Jap.     3. — Tokyo     Imperial    University.' 
Jap.     4. — ^Alchl    Prefecture    Special    I'edical 

School,  Nagoya. 
Jap.  5. — Chlba  Special  Medical  School. 
Jap.  6. — Kanazawa  Special  Medical  School. 
Jap.  7. — Kumamota  Special  Medical  School. 
Jap.  8. — Nagasaki  Special  Medical  School. 
Jap.  9. — Okayama  Special  Medical  School. 
Jap.  10. — Tohoku   Imperial   University,   Sen- 

dal.' 
Jap.  11. — Nippon     Special     Medical     School, 

Tokyo." 
Jap.  12. — Kyushu    Imperial    University,    Fu- 

kuoka.      (Formerly  a  part  of 

Kyoto   Imperial    University.) 
Jap.  13. — Kyoto   Prefecture   Special   Medical 

School. 
Jap    14. — South   Manchuria   Medical   School, 

Mukden.      (See   China    8.) 
Jap.  15— -Niigata  Special  Medical  School. 
Jap.  16. — Osaka    Prefecture    Higher   Medical 

School." 
Jap.  17. — Tokyo     Charity     Hospital     Special 

Medical   School. 
Jap.  18. — Tokyo    Woman's    Special    Medical 

School.' 


1.  For  admission  require  graduation  from 
the  "Third  Department  of  the  Higher 
Schools,"  which  covers  three  years  of  pre- 
niedlcal  training  following  graduation  from 
the  Middle  Schools,  the  latter  being  equal 
to   about  three  years  of  high   school    work. 

i.  A  medical  sclioul  ■•oiuiucted  by  the 
Japanese  Government,  primarily  for  the 
aborigines  of  Taiwan  (Formosa).  Only  a 
common  school  education  required  for  ad- 
mission. Graduates  licensed  to  practice  In 
Tansul  only. 

3.  Graduates  not  licensed  by  the  Japanese 
Government  unless  they  pass  a  special  ex- 
amination. 

4.  This  Is  a  reorganization  of  the  old 
Sendal  Special  Medical  School.  Made  a  part 
of  Tohoku  Imperial  University  in  March. 
1912,  under  the  name  of  Special  Medical 
Department. 

MEXICO 
Mex.  1. — National      School      of      Medicine, 

Mexico. 
Mex.  S. — School  of  Medicine  and  Pharmacy 

of  Jalisco,  Guadalajara. 
Mex.  4. — Literary    and     Sclcnliflc    Institute. 
School  of  .Medicine  of  San  Luis 
Potosl. 

NETHERLANDS 
Neth.  1. — University  of  Amsterdam. 
Neth.  2. — University  of  Gronlngen. 
Neth.  3. — University  of  I^yden. 
Neth.  4.— University  of  Utrecht. 

NEW  ZEALAND 
New     Z.  1. — University     of     New     Zealand, 
Dunedln. 

NORWAY 

Norw.  1.— University   of   Christlanli. 

PERU 
Peru  1.— University  of  San  Marcos,  Lima. 

POLAND' 
Poland  1. — University  of  Cracow. 
Poland  2.— University  nf  Lvoii. 
Poland  3.— University  of  Warsaw. 


1.  Prior  to  the  world  war  these  colleges 
were  known  respectively  as  Austria  3, 
Austria   4,  and  Russia  9. 

PORTUGAL 

Port.  1. — University    of    Colmbra. 

Port.  2.— School  of  .Mod.  and  Surg.,  LUbon. 

Port.  3. — School  of  Med    and  Surg.,  Oporto 

ROUMANIA 
Rou.  1. — University  of  Bukharest. 
Rou.  2. — University  of  Jasay. 

RUSSIA 

Rus.     1. — University  of  Petrngrad. 
Rus.     2. — University  of  Jurjev. 
Rus.     3. — University  of  Kazan. 


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MEDICAL    COLLEGES 


Ru8.  4. — University  of  Kharkov. 

Rus.  5— University  of  St,  Vladtmira,    Kief. 

Rus.  6. — University  of  Moscow. 

Rus.  7. — University  of  Odessa. 

Rus.  8. — University  of  Tomsk,    Siberia. 

SAN  SALVADOR 
San  Sal.  I. — University   of  San  Salvador. 

SCOTLAND 

Scot.     1. — University  of  Aberdeen. 

Scot.  2. — University  of  St.  Andrews,  Dun- 
dee. 

Scot.     3. — University  of  Edinburgh. 

Scot.  4. — School  of  Medicine  of  the  Soyal 
Colleges,  Edinburgh. 

Scot.     S. — University  of  Glasgow. 

Scot.  6. — Anderson's  College  Medical 
School,    Glasgow 

Scot.  7. — St.  Mungo's  College  and  Glas- 
gow Royal  Infirmary,  Glas- 
gow. 

Scot.  8. — Western  Medical  School,  Glasgow 
(closed   In    IBIS). 

Scot.  9. — Licentiate  of  the  Royal  College  of 
Physicians,    Edinburgh. 

Scot.  10.— Member  of  the  Royal  College  of 
Physicians,   Edinburgh. 


Scot.  11.— Fellow    of    the    Royal    College   of 

Phyalclans,   Edinburgh. 
Scot.  It. — Ltcantlate  of  the  Royal  College  of 

Surgeons,   Edinburgh. 
Scot.  13. — Fellow    of    the    Royal    College    of 

Surgeons,    Edinburgh. 
Scot.  14. — Licentiate    of   the    Royal    Faculty 

of   Physicians   and    Surgeons 

of   Glasgow. 
Scot.  15. — Fellow   of   the    Royal    Faculty    of 

Physicians    and    Surgeons    of 

Glasgow. 

SIAM 
Slam  1.— Royal    Medical    College,    Bangkok. 

SPAIN 
Spa.     1. — University  of  Barcelona. 
Spa.     2. — Faculty    of    Medicine,    Cadiz. 
Spa.     3. — University  of  Granada. 
Spa.     4. — University  of  Central  Spain,  Mad- 
rid. 
Spa.     5. — University  of  Santiago. 
Spa.     6. — University  of  Saragosaa. 
Spa.     7.— University  of  Seville. 
Spa.     8. — University  of  Valencia. 
Spa.     9.— University  of  Valladolld. 
Spa.  10. — University  of  Salamanca. 


Swed.  1 
Bwed.  2 
Swed.  3 

SwIU.  1. 
Swlti.  2 
Switz.  3 
Switz.  4. 
Swltz.  5, 
Switz.  S. 
Swltz.  7 


SWEDEN 

-Medico  -  Chlrurglcal 


Untventty 


Lund. 
— Medico- Chlrurglcal    Instltuta, 

Stockholm. 
— University  of  Upsala. 

SWITZERLAND 
. — University  of  Basel. 
— University  of  Berne. 
— University  of  Fribourg. 
— University  of  Geneva. 
— University  of  Lausanne. 
— University  of  Neuchatel. 
— University  of  Zurich. 


Syr.  1 
Syr.  2.-1 


SYRIA 
SyrUn    Protestant    College,    Telrut. 
'University  of  St.  Joseph,  Beirut. 

TURKEY 
Turk.  1. — University  of  Constantinople. 
URUGUAY 
— University  of  Montevideo. 


Urug.  1. 
Venez.  1 
WalM  1. 


VENEZUELA 
. — School  of  Medicine  of  Caracas. 

WALES 
— Unlvenlty  of  Wales,  Cardiff 


NATIONAL  BOARD  OF  MEDICAL  EXAMINERS 


The  board  consists  at  present  of  nineteen 
members.  Including  the  three  Surgeons-Gen- 
eral of  the  United  States  Army,  Navy  and 
Public  Health  services  and  one  other  repre- 
sentative from  each  of  those  services,  two 
representatives  of  state  licensing  boards  and 
seven  members  appointed  at  large.  As  soon 
as  expirations  of  terms  of  otBce  will  permit, 
there  are  to  be  three  representatives  of  state 
licensing  boards  and  ten  members  appointed 
at  large.  The  three  Surgeons- General  serve 
as  long  as  they  hold  their  respective  otHces, 
and  thereafted  their  places  will  be  filled 
automatically  by  their  successors.  The  other 
twelve  members  were  divided  by  lot  lnt(> 
three  groups  of  four,  their  terms  being  two, 
four  and  six  years.  Hereafter  all  appoint- 
ments will  be  for  a  term  of  six  years.  The 
personnel  of  the  board  at  present  Is  as  fol- 
lows: 

Surgeon-General  Merrltte  W.  Ireland, 
Inited  .'States  Army.  President;  Surgeon- 
General  Edward  R.  Stitt,  United  States  Navy  ; 
Surgeon-General  Hugh  S.  Cumming,  United 
States  Public  Health  Service ;  Commander 
Charles  N.  Oman,  Colonel  Joseph  F.  Slier, 
Surgeon  George  W.  McCoy,  Dr.  Victor  C. 
Vaughan,  Dr.  Horace  D.  Arnold.  Dr.  Austin 
Flint,  Dr.  Walter  L.  Blerrlng,  Dr.  Louis  B. 
Wilson,  Dr.  Herbert  Harlan,  Dr.  W.  S.  Car- 
ter, Dr.  David  Strlckler,  Mr.  John  G.  Bow- 
man, Dr.  A.  C.  Eycleshyraer,  Dr.  Eugene  L. 
Opie,  Dr.  L.  A.  Connor,  Dr.  J.  M.  T.  Finney. 
The  secretary-treasurer  Is  Dr.  J.  S.  Rodman, 
1310    .Medical   Arts   Bldg.,    16th   and   Walnut 


Sts.,  Pbtladeiphia,  Pa.,  and  the  managing 
director  is  Mr.   E.  8.  Blwood. 

The  educational  requirements  of  applicanta 
are  (a)  a  four-year  high  school  course,  (b) 
two  years  of  acceptable  college  work,  includ- 
ing courses  In  physics,  chemistry,  biology 
and  a  modem  language;  (c)  graduation  from 
a  medical  school  rated  In  Class  A  by  the 
American  Medical  Association,  and  (d)  a 
year  spent  in  an  acceptable  hospital  as  an 
Intern  or  In  a  laboratory.  These  require- 
ments apply  to  graduates  of  medical  schools 
In  1912  and  thereafter.  The  board  may  ac- 
cept equivalent  credentials  of  applicants  who 
graduated  prior  to  1912.  Credentials  must 
be  presented  to  the  board  prior  to  the  exam- 
ination sufficiently  early  to  permit  of  hives- 
tigation. 

The  board  has  recently  adopted  and  put  into 
effect  the  following  plan :  Part  I,  to  consist 
of  a  written  examination  In  the  six  funda- 
mental medical  sciences :  Anatomy,  Including 
histology  and  embryology ;  physiology,  physi- 
ologic chemistry,  general  pathology,  bac- 
teriology, materia  medica  and  pharmacology. 
Fart  II,  to  consist  of  a  written  examination 
in  the  four  following  subjects  :  Medicine,  In- 
cluding pediatrics,  neuropsychiatry  and 
therapeutics;  surgery,  including  applied  an- 
atomy, surgical  pathology  and  surgical  spe- 
cialties; obstetrics  and  gynecology;  public 
health.  Including  hygiene  and  medical  juris- 
prtidence.  Part  III,  to  consist  of  a  practical 
examination  In  each  of  the  following  four 
subjects :  Clinical  medicine,  Including  medi- 
cal   pathology,    applied    physiology,    clinical 


chemistry,  clinical  microscopy  and  derma- 
tology ;  clinical  surgery.  Including  applied 
anatomy,  surgical  pathology,  operative  sur- 
geiy  and  the  surgical  specialties  of  the  dis- 
ease! of  the  eye,  ear,  nose  and  throat; 
Obstetrics  and  gynecology ;  public  health.  In- 
cluding sanitary  bacteriology  and  the  com- 
municable diseases. 

Parts  I  and  II  will  bo  conducted  as  written 
examinations  In  Class  A  medical  scho«ls  and 
Part  III  will  be  entirely  practical  and  clini- 
cal. In  order  to  facilitate  the  carrying  out 
of  Part  III.  siibsidi.'iry  twards  will  be  ap- 
pointed In  tlie  following  cities :  Boston,  New 
York,  Philadelphia,  Minneapolis,  Iowa  City, 
San  Francisco.  Denver,  New  Orleans,  Balti- 
more, Galveston,  Cleveland,  St.  Louis,  Chi- 
cago. Washington.  D.C.,  and  Nashville,  and 
these  boards  will  function  under  the  direc- 
tion of  the  national  board.  The  fee  of  $2S 
for  the  first  part,  $25  for  the  second  part 
and  $50  for  the  third  part  will  be  charged. 

Holders  of  certificates  from  the  National 
Board  of  Medical  Examiners  will  be  regis- 
tered without  further  examination  in  the 
following  twenty-one  states  :  Alabama,  Ari- 
zona, Colorado,  Delaware,  Florida,  Georgia, 
Idaho,  Iowa,  Kentucky,  Maryland,  Minne- 
sota, Nebraska,  New  Hiimpshire,  New  Jersey, 
North  Carolina,  North  Dakota,  Pennsylvania, 
Rhode  Island,  South  Carolina,  Vermont, 
Virginia. 

For  further  particulars  address  Dr.  J.  S. 
Rodman,  secretary,  1310  Medical  Arts  Bldg., 
N.  W.  Cor.  16th  and  Walnut  Sts.,  Phila- 
delphia. 


AMERICAN  BOARD  FOR  OPHTHAL.MIC  EXAMINATIONS 


This  Board  was  incorporated  May  3,  1917. 
It  has  nine  members,  three  each  from  the 
American  Ophthalmological  Society,  the  Sec- 
tion on  Ophthalmology  of  the  American 
Medical  Association,  and  the  American 
Academy  of  Ophthalmology  and  Oto-Laryn- 
gology. 

THE  FUNCTIONS  OF  THE  BOARD  ARE  : 
1.  To  establish  standards  of  fitness  to  prac- 
tice ophthalmology.  2.  To  investigate  and 
prepare  lists  of  medical  schools,  hospitals, 
and  private  instructors  recognized  as  com- 
petent to  give  the  required  Instruction  In 
ophthalmology.  3.  To  arrange,  control  and 
conduct  examinations  to  test  the  qualifica- 
tions of  those  who  desire  to  practice  oph- 
thalmology, and  to  confer  a  certificate  upon 
those  who  meet  the  established  standards. 


EXAMINATIONS.— Examinations  will  be 
held  annually  at  or  near  the  time  and  place 
of  meeting  of  the  American  Medical  Asso- 
ciation, and  at  other  times  and  places  at 
the  discretion  of  the  board,  depending  on  the 
niunber  of  applications  from  any  region. 

FEES.— The  fee  for_  examination  Is  $25 
but  its  payment  will  not  be  required  before 
the  board  is  ready  to  issue  the  certificate. 

APPLICANTS. — Applicants  for  examina- 
tion and  for  the  certificate  of  the  board  are 
divided  into  three  classes  according  to  the 
length  of  time  they  have  practiced  oph- 
thalmology. 

Class  I.  Those  who  have  practiced  oph- 
thalmology ten  years  or  more. 

Class  11.     Those  who  have  practiced  oph- 


thalmology five  years  and  less  than  ten 
years. 

Class  III.  Those  who  have  practiced  oph- 
thalmology less  than  five  years. 

The  following  are  the  general  require- 
ments of  the  board:  (1)  For  all  classes, 
high  ethical  and  medical  standing  in  their 
communities,  and  also  a  medical  degree 
satisfactory  to  the  board.  (2)  Formal  appli- 
cation on  a  proper  blank  with  two  letters  of 
endorsement  by  well-known  medical  men. 

The  additional  requirements  for  the  three 
classes  are  as  follows : 

Class  I.  (a)  Presentation  of  reports  of 
ten  cases  that  have  been  observed  or  treated 
by  the  applicant,  (b)  A  list  of  papers  or 
iKJOks  published,  if  any.  The  board  will 
determine  from  such  case  reports  and  pub- 


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AMERICAN    MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


lished  records,  and  from  the  candidate's 
professional  work  in  his  community,  whether 
further  examination  will  be  necessary  before 
conferring   its   certificate. 

Class  n.  Report  of  twenty-flve  cases 
tliat  bare  been  observed  and  treated  by  the 
applicant.  If  the  applicant  gires  evidence 
of  serrice  as  an  intern  in  an  ophthalmic 
hospital,  or  as  an  assistant  to  an  eye 
clinic,  or  with  an  ophthalmologist  in  prl- 
Tate  worlj,  with  a  statement  of  the  work 
required  by  the  position,  the  board  will 
consider  these  qualiflcationi  in  determining 


whether  it  deems  it  necessary  to  subject  the 
candidate  to  further  examination. 

Class  III.  (a)  A  degree  from  a  medical 
school  of  high  standing,  satisfactory  to  the 
Board  of  Examiners,  (b)  A  certificate  of 
one  year's  service  in  an  ophthalmic  clinic, 
or  an  internship  of  one  year  in  an  oplithal- 
mic  hospital,  or  assistantship  In  private 
practice,  with  statement  of  the  duties  re- 
quired in  such  a  position,  (c)  In  addition, 
certificates  showing  one  year  of  special  study 
of  ophthalmology  under  competent  Instruc- 
tors or  In  accepted  Institutions  for  graduate 


teaching,  not  necessarily  continuous  nor  at 
the  same  place :  but  pM-Iods  of  study  of  less 
than  three  months  at  one  institution  are 
deprecated  by  the  board.  Candidates  In  this 
class  are  required  to  show  that  they  have 
had  a  year  of  clinical  hospital  experience, 
preferably  In  a  general  hospital,  or  labora- 
tory work  following  four  years  In  a  medical 
school  preliminary  to  special  study  of  oph- 
thalmology and  service  as  ophthalmic  intern. 
For  further  Information  application  should 
be  made  to  Dr.  William  B.  WUder.  122  S. 
Michigan    Are.,    Chicago. 


TO  APPRECIATE  THE  VALUE  OF  THE  DIRECTORY. 
AND  THE  PRACTICAL  INFORMATION  IT  CONTAINS. 
STUDY  CAREFULLY  PAGES  3.  6  and  7. 


38 


Special  Hospitals,  Sanatoriums  and  Schools 

CLASSIFIED  ACCORDING  TO  TYPE  OF  PATIENTS  CARED  FOR 

This  list  contains  only  ipecUI  liospltals  and  Institutions.     For  a  coniplets  list  of  all  hospitals  and  allied  Institutions,  both  general  and 

special,  see  list  Immediately  preceding  the  list  of  physicians  for  each  sute. 

The  Usta  of  special  hospitals  are  glren  below  in  alphabetical  order  as  follows: 

Page  r.ige 

1.  Alcoholic — See   Drag   Addiction   and  8.  Eye,  Ear,  Note  and  Tbroa'                      42 
Alcoholic   41                               9.  Epileptic 4J 

2.  Backward    and    MenUlly    DefectlT*  10.  Maternity  43 

Chlldrt-n   (Schools) 3»  11.  Nerroua  and  Mental 44 

3.  Blind   (Schools) 39  13.  Orthopedic   47 

4.  Children's 40  13.  Skin  and  Cancer 4" 

5.  Convalescent  and  Rest  HomM 40  14.  Speech  Defects    (Schools) 47 

«.  Deaf  (Schools) 41  15.  Tuberculosis    47 

7.  Drug  Addiction  and  Alcoholics 41  16.  Trachoma 50 

Additional  data  on  the  special  Institutions  elasilfled  hers  will  be  found  In  the  complete  list  Ot  InstUutloiu  tmmedlat«ly  preceding  tbs 
list  of  physicians  for  each  state.     Fur  lio«plials  approred  for  Internalilps  see  paiirs  51  f  3!> 


1.  ALCOHOLIC 
Be*   DRUG    ADDICTION    AND   ALCOHOLIC 


2.    BACKWARD    AND    MENTALLY    DEFEC- 
TIVE CHILDREN  (SCHOOLS)  38) 
See  also   EPILEPTIC   and   NERVOUS  AND 

MENTAL 
California 

Sonoma  State  Rome,   Eldrldge. 

The  Cedars,  nome  for  Nervous  and  Back- 
ward CHilldren,  Ross. 
Connecticut 

Mnnsfleld  State  Training  School  and  Hos- 
pital. .Mansfield  Depot. 
Idaho 

Crescent   Hill  Retreat    (Idaho  State  Sani- 
tarium), Nampa. 
Illinois 

Beverly  Farm,   Crt>dfrey. 
Iowa 

Powell  School  for  Backward  and  NarToiia 
Children,  Red  Oak. 
Kansas 

State  Training  School,  Winfleld. 
Ksntucky 

The     Stewart     Home,     Training     School, 
Frankfort. 
Massachusetts 

Elm  Hill,  Barre. 

Gardner  State  Colony    (State),  Gardner. 

Hlllbrow  School,  Newton. 
Michigan 

St.  Anthony  School  for  Backward  Chil- 
dren,   Comstock. 

Michigan     Home     and     Training     School 

(State),  Lapeer. 
Mississippi 

Mississippi  School  and  Colony  for  Feeble- 
Mlnded   (State).  EUlsvllle. 

Mississippi    Institute    for    the    Deaf    ana 
Dumb    (State),  Jackson. 
Missouri 

Trowbridge  Training  School  for  Nanrous 
and   Backward    Children,    Kansas   City. 

Miss   Compton's   School,  St.    Louts. 
M  oil  tan  a 

Montana   School  for  the   Deaf  and  Blind 
and  Training  School  for  Backward  Children 
(State),  Boulder. 
New  Jersey 

Bancroft  Training  School,  Haddonfleld. 

Seguin  School,  Orange. 

Training  School  at  Vlneland,  Vlneland. 
New  York 

Evergreen  Sanatorium-School,  Albany. 

Binghamton  Training  School  for  Nerroua 
and  Backward,   Binghamton. 

Otsego  School,  Edmeaton. 

Florence  Nightingale  School  for  Backward 
Children.  Katonah. 

St.  Charles  Hospital  for  Crippled  Children 
and  Brooklyn  Home  for  Blind  and  Defec- 
tive  Children,    Pt.    Jefferson. 

New  York  City  Children's  Hosplul  and 
School    (City),  Randall's  Island,  New  York. 

Letchworth  Village    (State),  Thiells. 
North   Carolina 

The  Caswell  Training  School,  Kingston. 
Ohio 

Institution  for  Feeble-Hlnded  (State). 
Columbus. 


Penniylvanla 

Pennsylvania  Training  School  for  Feeble- 
Mlnded  Children.  Elwyn. 

Miss  Wood's  Exceptional  ChUdren,  Lang- 
home. 
Rfcod*  Island 

Exeter  School   (State).  Blocum. 
Taxa* 

Texas  Training  School  for  Defectlrea  and 
Sanitarium  for  Mental  and  Nerroiu  DUaaaaa, 
Austin. 
Vormont  i 

Vermont    State    School    for    the    Feeble- 
Mlnded  (SUte),  Brandon. 
Virginia 

Schermerhorn'a  Home  School,  Richmond. 
WIseoasIn  ' 

St.    ColeUa   Institute,  Jefferson. 
Hawaii 

Home    for    Feeble-Mlnded   Persona.    Pearl 
City, 


3.   BLIND    (SCHOOLS)    52 

See  also   EYE,   EAR,    NOSE  AND   THROAT 

and  SPEECH  DEFECTS 
Alabama 

Alabama    School    for    the    Blind    (Sute), 
Talladega. 

Alabama  School  for  Negro  Blind   (Sute), 
Talladega. 
Arkansas 

.\rkansas    School    for    the   Blind    (State), 
T.ittle  Rock. 
California 

California    School  for   the   Blind    (State), 
Berkeley. 
Colorado 

Colorado     School     for     Deaf     and     Blind 
(State),  Colorado  Springs. 
Connecticut 

Connecticut  Institute  for  Blind,  Hartford 
Delaware 

The   Delaware   Commission   for  the  Blind 
(The     Blind     Shop,     State     and     Private), 
Wilmington. 
Florida 

State  Institution  for  the  Deaf,  Dumb  and 
Blind.  SL  Augustine. 
Georgia 

Georgia   Academy   for  the   Blind    (Sute), 
Macon. 

Georgia    Academy   for   the    Colored    Blind 
(Sute),  Macon. 
Idaho 

Idaho    School    for    the    Deaf    and    Blind 
(State),  Gooding. 
Illinois 

Illinois    School    for    the    Blind     (State), 
.T.icksonvllIe. 
Indiana 

The  Board  of  Industrial  Aid  for  the  Blind 
(State),  Indianapolis. 

Indiana    School    for    the    Blind     (State), 
Indianapolis. 
Iowa 

Iowa     College     for     the     Blind     (State), 
Vinton. 


Kaaau 

Kansas  State  School  for  the  Blind,  Kansas 
City. 
Kentucky 

Kentucky  School  for  the  Blind  (Whltos), 
(State).  Louisville. 

Kentucky  School  for  the  Blind  (Colored), 
(State),   Louisville. 
Louisiana 

Loul.'^iana    8Ut«    School    for    the    Blind, 
Baton  Rouge. 
Massacbuettt 

Perkins     Institution     and     MasaachusetU 
School  for  the  Blind,  Watertown. 
MiiiaesoU 

School  for  the  Blind  (State),  Faribault. 
Mississippi 

Mississippi  Institute  for  the  Blind  (SUt«), 
Jackson. 
Missouri 

Blind  Girls'  Industrial  Home,  St.  Louis. 

Missouri    School    for   the   Blind    (Suta). 
St.  Louis. 
Montana 

MonUna    School    for    the    the    Deaf    and 
Blind    and    Training    School    for    Backward 
Children  (StaU),  Boulder. 
Nebraska 

Nebraska    School   for    the   Blind    (SUte), 
Nebraska  City. 
New  Jersey 

Arthur  Home,   Kindergarten   and  HoaplUl 
for  Blind  Babies  and  Children,  Summit. 
New    Mexico 

New  Mexico  Institute  for  the  Blind 
(Sute),    Alamogordo. 

Baby  Sanatorium  (Municipal),  Cloudcroft. 
New  York 

New  York  State  School  for  the  Blind, 
Batavla. 

Industrial  Home  for  the  Blind,  Brooklyn. 

St.  Charles  Hosplul  for  Crippled  Children 
and  Brooklyn  Home  for  Blind  and  Defective 
Children.    PL    Jefferson.    Long    Island. 

Catholic  Institute  for  the  Blind.  New 
York  City. 

New  York  Institute  for  the  Education  of 
the  Blind,   New  York. 

Mission  of  the  Immaculate  Virgin  Asylum 
for  Blind  Girls  of  the  Mt.  Loretto,  Pleasant 
Plains. 
North  Carolina 

North  Carolina  SUU  School  for  the  Blind 
.ind  Deaf,  Raleigh. 
North  DakoU 

North   DakoU    School    for   Blind    (Sute), 
Bathgate. 
Ohio 

Clovernook  Home  for  the  Blind.  Cincinnati. 

Ohio  State  School  for  the  Blind,  Columbus. 
Oklahoma 

Oklahoma    School  for   the    Blind    (State). 
Muskogee. 
Oregon 

Oregon  State  School  for  the  Blind,  Salem. 
Pennsylvania 

Good  Shepherd's  Home,  Allentown. 

Pennsylvania  Institution  for  the  Instruc- 
tion of  the  Blind  (Semi-State).  Overbrook. 


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CONVALESCENT  AND   REST 


Pennsylvania    Working    Home    for    Blind 
Men    (State),    Philadelphia. 

Western  FennsjrlTanla  Institution   for  th* 
Blind.  Pituburgb. 
Texa* 

Deaf,     Dumb     and    Blind     Institute    for 
Colored  Youths  of  Texas   (State),  Austin. 

Texas     School     for     the     Blind     (State), 
Austin. 
Utah 

Utah    School    for    the    Deaf    and    Blind, 
Ogden. 
Virginia 

Virginia   School   for   the   Deaf  and   Blind 
(State),  Staunton. 
Washington 

State  School  for  the  Blind,  Vancouver. 
West  Virginia 

West    Virginia    School    for  the    Deaf    and 
Blind  (State),  Bomney. 
Wisconsin 

Wisconsin   School    for  the   Blind    (Sute), 
JanesTlile. 


4.  CHILDREN'S.   100 

See    also    ORTHOPEDIC    and    BACKWARD 

AND    MENTALLY    DEFECTIVE 

CHILDREN 

Alabama 

Children's   Hospital   of   Birmingham,    Bir- 
mingham. 
California 
Alta  Bates  Sanatorium,  Berkeley. 
Children's  Hospital,  Los  Angeles. 
Sunshine  Preventorium,  Manor. 
Baby  Hospital  Association,  Oakland. 
The    Llscbner    Sanatorium    for    Children, 
San  Diego. 

Hospital  for  Children  and  Training  School 
for  Nurses.  San  rraoelseo. 
Colorado 

Children's  Hospital,  Danrer. 
Delaware 

Colored  Babies  Hospital  and  Day  Nursery, 
Wilmington. 

St.    Michael's    Day  Nursery   and  Hospital 
for  Babies,  Wilmington. 
District  of  Columbia 

Children's  Hospital  of  the  District  of  Co- 
lumbia, Washington. 
Gaorgia 

WUhenford  Chaldren'g  Hospital,  Augusta. 
Illinois 

Chicago  Dally  News  Fresh-Air  Fund  Sanl- 
Urlum  for  Sick  Babies,  Chicago. 
Children's  Memorial  Hospital.  Chicago 
Sarah  .Morris  Hospital  for  Children.  Chi- 
cago. 

Mooseheart  Hospital,  Mooseheart. 
Deaconess  Baby  Ford,  Normal. 
Indiana 

Reed  Hosplul  for  Babies,  Indianapolis 
Iowa 

Children's  Hospital,  Iowa  City.     (See  Uni- 
versity   Hospital.) 
Kantucky 

Children's  Free  Hospital,  Louisville. 
Maine 

The  Beeches,  Parts  Hill. 
Maryland 

Harriet  Lane  Home  for  Invalid   Children, 
Baltimore. 
Home  of  the  Friendless,  Baltimore. 
Robert  Garrett  HosplUl  for  Chldren,  Balti- 
more. 

Robert    Garrett    Sanitarium    for    Children 
(Summer  Branch),  .ML  Airy. 

Thomas  Wilson  Sanitarium,  Mt.  Wilson. 
Massachusetts 

Hospital  CotUgea  for  ChlVlnn,  Baldwlna- 
vllle. 

Boston  Dispensary  and  Hospital  for  Chil- 
dren, Boston. 
Boston  Floating  Hospital,  Boston. 
Boston  Nursery  for  Blind  Babies.  Boston. 
Children's  Heart  Hospital,  Br.,  Boston. 
Children's  Hospital,  Boston. 
Infants'  Hosplul.  Boston. 
New    England    Hospital    for    Women    and 
Children.  Boston. 
Children's  Island  Banltariam.  Marblehead 
North  Shore  Babies'  Hospital,  Salem. 
Waltham  Baby  Bosplul,  Waltham 
Mlehlgan 
Children's  Hospital  of  Michigan,   DetroiL 


Minnesota 

Lymanhurst  Hospital  (Branch  of  the  Min- 
neapolis General  Hospital),  Minneapolis. 

Sheltering  Arms,  Minneapolis. 
Missouri 
Children's  Mercy  Hospital,  Kansas  City. 
Jewish  Shelter  Home,  St.  Loula. 
St.  Louis  Children's  Hospital,  SL  Louis. 
New  Hampshire 

Balch  Hospital,  Manchester. 
New  Jersey 

St.  Vincent's  Nursery  and  Baby  Hospital, 
Montclalr. 
The  Babies'  Hospital,  Newark. 
Arthur   Home,   Kindergarten  and  Hospital 
for  Blind  Babies  and  Children,  Summit. 
New  Mexico 

Children's  Home  and  Hospital,  Albuquer- 
que. 

Baby  Sanatorium  (Municipal),  Cloudcroft. 
New  York 
Child's  Hospital,  Albany. 
SL  Margaret's  House  and  Hospital,  Albany. 
Brooklyn    Nursery   and   Infanta'    Hospital, 
Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn  Orphan  Asylom'a  Hospital, 
Brooklyn. 

Seabreeze  Mansion,  Brooklyn. 
SL     Christopher's     Hosplul     for     Babies, 
Brooklyn. 
Children's  Hospital  of  Buffalo,  Buffalo. 
Babies'  Hosplul  of  the  City  of  New  York, 
New  York. 

Beth  David  HoaplUl,  New  York. 
Floating  Hospital  ISL  John's  Guild),  New 
York. 

The  Infantorlum,  New  York. 
New    York    City    Children's    Hospital    and 
School    (Municipal),    Randall's  Island,   New 
York. 

New  York  Nursery  and  Child's  Hospital, 
New  York. 

St.  Mary's  Fra*  Hospital  for  Children,  New 
York. 
Tlie  Infanta'  Summer  Hosplul,  Rochester. 
Neponsit    Beach    Hospital    for    Children, 
Boekaway  Beach. 

Seaside  Hospital  (St.  John's  Guild),  New 
Dorp  Beach,  Staten  Island. 
North   Carolina 

Infants'  and  Children's  SanlUrlum,  Saluda. 
Ohio 

Children's  HosplUI  and  Mary  Day  Nursery. 
Akron. 

HosplUl  of  the  Protestant  Episcopal 
Church,  CtncInnaU. 

American  Steel  and  Wire  Company  Hos- 
pital, Cleveland. 

Children's  Fresh  Air  Camp  and  Hosplul, 
Cleveland. 

Holy  Cross  House  for  Crippled  and  Invalid 
Children,  Cleveland. 
Children's  HosplUI,  Columbus. 
Ruth    Hospital    (Patients    from    the    Chil- 
dren's Home),  Hamilton. 

Kroger  Hills  Camp  for  Anaemic  Children 
(Cincinnati  Anti-Tuberculnsis  League),  Cin- 
cinnati. 

Rainbow  Hospital  for  Crippled  and  Con- 
valescent Children,  South  Euclid, 

Kentucky  MemorUl  Hosplul,  Tiffin. 
Dragon 

St.  Agnes'  Baby  Home,  Parkplace. 
Pennsylvania 

Babies'  Hosplul  of  Philadelphia,  Philadel- 
phia. 

Children's  Homeopathic  Hospital,  Philadel- 
phia. 

Children's  Hosplul  of  Philadelphia,  Phila- 
delphia. 

Mary  J.  Drexel  Home  and  Children's  Hos- 
plul, Philadelphia. 

Willing   Day   Nursery.    Philadelphia 
■8L    Christopher's    HosplUI    for    Children, 
Philadelphia. 

Children's   HosplUI    of   PItUburgh,    Pltts- 
burfh. 
Texas 
Dallas  Baby  Camp  and  HoaplUl.  Dallas. 
Fort    Worth    Free    Baby     Hospital.    Fori 
Worth. 
Virginia 

Medical  College  of  VIrgInU,  HoaplUl  Divi- 
sion, Dooley  HosplUI.  Richmond. 

Virginia    Beach    Infant    SanlUrlum,    Vir- 
ginia Beach. 
WIseoasIn 
Milwaukee  Children's  HosplUI,  Milwaukee. 
Milwaukee  InfanU'  Hospital,  Milwaukee. 


Wyoming 

The    Women's    and    Children's    Hospital, 
Casper. 
Manitoba 

Children's   Hospital    of   Winnipeg.    Winni- 
peg. 
Nova  Scotia 

Children's  Hospital,  Halifax. 
Ontario 

Hospital  for  Sick  Children.  Toronto. 

Lakeside  Home  for  Little  Children,  Toronto. 

The  Preventorium,  Toronto. 
Quebeo 

Children's  Memorial  Hospital,  Montreal. 

Hospital  Ste.  Justine,  Montreal. 

Montreal    Foundling    and    Baby    Hosplul, 
Montreal. 


5.  CONVALESCENT  AND  REST  HOMES.  127 
Arkansas 

Mounuln     Valley     Sanitarium.     Mountain 
Valley. 
California 

Elslnore  Sanitarium  and  Rest  Cure, 
Elslnore. 

Arbor   Rest  Home   Sanitarium,   Gleiidale. 

Byron  Hot  Springs  Sanatarium,  Hot 
Springs. 

Suaan  Summers  Sanitarium,  Los  Angeles. 

Evangeline  Booth  Rescue  and  Maternity 
Home,    Oakland. 

Tlie  Little  Rest  Home,   San  Francisco. 

Ovalcre.n  Convalescent  Home.  Santa  Rosa. 

Mrs.      A.      L.      Thompson       (Convalescent 
Home),  San   Francisco. 
Colorado 

Sanatorium  of  the  Jewish  Consumptives 
Relief  Society.    Edgewater. 

Glenwood    Hot    Springs    and    Hotel     Co.. 
Glenwood  Springs. 
Cennectlcut 

Cromwell  Hall.  Inc.,  Cromwell. 

St.   James   Convalescent  Home,   Norwalk. 

Peckham  Institute.  Stamtord. 

Stamford  Hall  Company  (Dr.  GIvens' 
Sanitarium).   Stamford. 

On-the-Hill    Health    Resort,    Waterlown. 

The   Peck   Sanatorium.  Inc.,   Woodmont. 
Illinois 

Chicago  Home  for  Convalescent  Women 
and  Children,  Chicago. 

The  Glbbs  Sanitarium,  Chicago. 

McDonald  Rest  Cure,   Chicago. 

Resthaven    SaniUrium,    l':ii:in. 

Grove  House  for  Convalescents,  Gvanston 

Wheeler  Convalescent  Home,  (Maintained 
by  We.tley  Memorial  Hospital,  Chicago), 
Lake  Bluff. 

Buffalo  Rock  Sanitarium  (Employees 
only),  Ottawa. 

County  Home  for  Convalescent  Children, 
West  Chicago 

Wheaton   Health  Resort,  Wheaton. 

North  Shore  Health  Resort,  WInnetka. 
Indiana 

French  Lick  Springs  Hotel.  French  Lick. 

Hill  House  Sanitarium.  Martinsville. 

Martinsville  Sanitarium.   Manlnsvllle. 

Southern  Sanitarium  and  Hotel  (Colored). 
Harllnnvllle. 

Mt.  JackHon  Sanitarium,  Indianapolis. 
Maine 

Little  City  Hospital,  for  Aged,  Bangor. 

"Pine  Tree  SanlUrlum"  Rest  Cure.  High- 
pine. 

The  Beeches  (Children),  Paris  Hill. 

Poland   Springs   House,   South   Poland. 
Maryland 

Carroll  Springs  Ssnitarlum,  Forest  Glen. 

Crelghtoii  SanlUrlum,  Luthervllle. 

Hospice    for    Ladles,   Silver  Spring. 
MassachuietU 

Attlcboro  Home  SanlUrlum,  Attleboro. 

Attleboro    Springs,    Inc.,    Attleboro. 

Convalescent  Home,  Boston. 

Convalescent  and  Beit  Home  of  the  Boston 
City  Hospital,  Boston. 

Reede   HosplUI,   Boaton. 

HI.  Luke's  Home  for  Convalescents,  lt(is(<in. 

Blanchard    Private    HospIUI,    Dracut 
Milton    Convalescent  Home    and   Hospital, 
East  Milton. 
Woodslde  Cottages,  Framlnghara. 
Hlllcroft    Convalescent    and    Rest    Home, 
Lunenburg. 
Devereux  Mansion,  Marblehead. 
Dearborn  HoaplUl,  Medford. 


40 


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SPECIAL    HOSPITALS 


DRUG   ANO    ALCOHOLIC 


BuscaU'a  Home,  Springfield. 
Sunny  Bank  Home,  Watertown. 
Cedar  Lodge,  Wellesley. 
('banning  Sanitarium,  Inc.,  Wellesley. 
Convaleacent  Home  of  the  Cblldren'a  Hos- 
pital.  Wellesley   Bills    (Boston   P.O.). 
Michigan 
Noble  Sanatorium,  Detroit. 
The    Colonial     (Mt.    Clemens    Sanitarium 
Company).  Mt.  Clemens. 

Medea     Hotel     and    Mineral     Baths.     Mt. 
Clemens. 
Minnesota 

Murtbatli   Sanatorium  Company,  Jordan. 
Hest  Hospital,  Minneapolis. 
Mudcura  Sanitarium,  Shakopee. 
Missouri 

Hume  for  Conralescent  Women,  St.  Louli 
Miriam  Convalescent  Home,  St.  Louis. 
New  Jersey 

Calen  Hall,  Atlantic  City. 
Jewish  Seaside  Home  for  Invalids,  Atlantic 
City. 
Dr.  Bassler's  Sanitarium,  Bellmar. 
Edgewater  Crecbe,  Englevirood. 
Idylease  Inn,  Newfoundland. 
St.  Andrew's  Rest.  WofidclifT  Lake. 
New  Mexico 

.Mlramontes  On-the-Mesa,  Albuquerquo. 
New  York 
.Spa  Sanatorium.  Ballston  Spa. 
Boss  Health  Resort,  Brentwood. 
Mountalnbrook  Farm,  Brewster. 
Canandaigua   Health  Home,   Canandaiicua 
Convalescent  Home  of  the  New  York  Chil- 
dren's Aid  Society.  Cbappaqua. 

Solomon  and  Betty  Loeb   .Memorial  Home 
f'lr  Convalescents.  East  View. 
Caroline    Rest,    Hartsdale. 
Convalescent   Home  for  Hebrew   Children. 
Long    Island. 

Society  for  the  Relief  of  Destitute  Blind. 
New  York. 

St.   Andrew's  Convalescent   Hospital,  New 
York. 

Van     Cortlandl     Private     Hospital.     New 
York. 

Saratoga    Cure.    Inc.,    Saratoga    Springs. 
Country    Home    for    Convalescent    Babies, 
Sea  Cliff. 

White      Sulphur      Springs      Co.,      Sharon 
Springs. 
St.  Vincent  de  Paul  Home,  Spring  Valley. 
St.   Joseph's    Sanatorium,   St.   Josephs. 
St.    Eleanora's    Home    for    Convalescents. 
Tuckahoe. 

Children's  Home  of  Utlca.  XJtIca. 
Glen   Springs,   Watklns. 
Campbell     Convalescent     Cottages.     White 
Plains. 

Marv    Zinn   Home  for  Convalescent   Chil- 
dren, White  Plains. 

Rest    for    Convalescents,    White    Plains. 
Winifred    Masterson    Burke    Relief   Foun- 
dation,   White    Plains. 

The     Josephine      Goodyear     Convalescent 
Home,  Wllllamsville. 

Neustadter    Convalescent    Home,    Tonkers. 
North    Carolina 

Tranquil   Park  Sanitarium,   Charlotte. 
Dlion    Health    Resort.    HendersonvlUo. 
Ohio 

Bcthesda      Medical      Hospital      (formerly 
Scarlet    Oaks    Sanitarium),    Cincinnati. 
Jewish  Convalescent  Home,  Cincinnati. 
Dorcas  Invalids  Home,  Cleveland. 
Rest  Cure   Sanatorium,    Cleveland. 
Rainbow  Hospital  for   Crippled   and   Con- 
valescent  Children,    South    Euclid. 
Oreton 
Rest-Haven   Sanitarium,  Portland. 
Waverlelgh    Sanatorium.    Portland. 
Waverly   Baby   Home.  Portland. 
Pennsylvania 
Richardson  Home  for  Convalescents,  Devon 
Overlook   Sanitarium,    New    Wilmington. 
James    C.    Smith    Memorial    Home.    Oak- 
bourne. 
Belle  Vista    Sanatorium.   Philadelphia. 
Leona  Terrace.   R.D.5,  Troy. 
Altamont     Sanatorium     and    Rest    Home, 
Watertown. 

Grand-View  Sanatorium.  WemersvHIe. 
Altamont     Sanatorium     and     Rest    Home, 
Willow  Grove. 
Rhode   Island 

Lakeside     Home     and     Lakeside     Preven- 
torium. Hoxle. 
St.   Elizabeth's  Home.  Providence. 


Tennnsee 

Tate  Springs  Hotel,  Tate   Springs. 
Texu 

llnul    Imperial    Bath    House    Sanatorium, 
Marlln. 
VirflBia 

Virginia   Hot   Springs,  Hot  Springs. 
Washlnoton 

.Meridian    Sanitarium,   Seattle. 
West  Virolnia 

White   Sulphur  Springs,   Inc..  White   Sul- 
phur  Springs. 
Wliconsin 

Hlllsboro  BosplUl.  Hlllsboro. 

Oconomowoc   Health  Resort,  Oconomowoc. 

Horn's    Park   Company,    Sheboygan. 
British  Columbia 

MlllUry    Convalescent   Hospital,    Victoria. 
Ontario 

Hlllcreat  Convalescent  Home.  Toronto. 

Lakeside  Home  for  Little  Children    (Con- 
valescent Branch  of  Hospital  for  Sick  Chil- 
dren). Toronto. 
Qutbte 

Brehmer  Rest,  Ste.  Agathe  des  Monts. 


6.   DEAF    (SCHOOLS)    59 
Bee  also  SPEECH  DEFECTS 
Alabama 

Alabama    School    for    the    Deaf     (State), 
Talladega. 

Alabama  School  for  Negro  Dtaf  (SUte). 
Talladega. 
Arkansas 

Arkanaaa     Deaf-MuU     Institute     (State). 
Little  Rock. 
California 

California    School    for   the    Deaf    (Sute). 
Ilorkeley. 
Colorado 

Colorado     School     for     Deaf     and     Blind 
(State),  Colorado  Springs. 
Conntetiout 

American    School    for    the    Deaf    (SUte), 
Hartford. 

Mystic  Oral  School  for  the  Deaf   (SUte), 
Mystic. 
District  of  Columbia 

Columbia  Institution  for  the  Deaf,  A.  Ken- 
dall  School   for  the   Deaf    (Prep.),  B.   Gal- 
la  udet  College,  Washington. 
Florida 

Sute  Institution  for  the  Deaf,  Dumb  and 
Blind,  St.  Augustine. 
Gsonia 

Georgia  School  for  the  Deaf  (SUt«).  Care 
Spring. 
Idaho 

Idaho    School    for    the    Deaf    and    Blind 
(State).  Gooding. 
Illinois 

Illinois  School  for  the  Deaf  (SUte) ,  Jack- 
sonville. 
Indiana 

Indiana    SUU    School    for    the    Deaf,    In- 
dianapolis. 
Iowa 

Iowa  School  for  the  Deaf  (SUte),  Council 
BiufTs. 
Kansas 

State  School  for  the  Deaf,  Olathe. 
Kentucky 

Kentucky    School    for    the    Deaf    (State), 
Danville. 
Louisiana 

Louisiana     StaU     School     for    the    Deaf, 
Baton  Rouge. 
Maine 

Maine  School  for  the  Deaf  (State),  Port- 
land. 
Maryland 

Maryland  School  for  the  Deaf  and  Dumb 
(State),  Frederick. 
Massachusetts 

Beverly  School  for  the  Deaf,  Beverly. 

New  England  Home  for  Deaf  Mutes.  Everett. 

Clarke  School  for  the  Deaf,  Northampton. 

Sarah  Fuller  Home,  West  Medford. 
Michigan 

Michigan    School    for    the    Deaf    (State), 
Flint 
Minnesota 

MlnnesoU    School    for   the    Deaf    (SUte). 
Faribault. 


Miaaissigpl 

.Mississippi    Institute    for    the    Deaf    and 
Dumb   (StaU),  Jackson. 
Missouri 

.Missouri  School  for  Deaf  (SUU),  Fulton. 

Central  Instltuu  for  the  Deaf,  St.  U>uls. 

Deaf  Mute  Institution,  St.  Louis. 
Montana 

Montana   School   for  the   Deaf  and   Blind 
anil  Training  School  for  Backward  Children 
(.'^late),  Boulder. 
Nebraska 

.Nebraska    School    for    the    Deaf    (State). 
Omaha. 
New  Jersey 

New  Jersey  School  for  Deaf  (State).  Tren- 
ton. 
New  York 

St.  Joseph's  Institute  for  Deaf  Mutes. 
Brooklyn. 

St.  -Mary's  Inatltute  for  the  Improved  Con- 
ulllon  of  Deaf  Mutes.  Buffalo. 

New  York  Institute  for  the  Instruction  of 
the  Deaf  and  Dumb,  New  York. 

St.  Joseph's  Institute  for  the  Deaf,  New 
York. 

Wright  Oral  School  for  the  Deaf,  New 
York. 

St.  Joseph's  Institute  for  Deaf,  Westches- 
ter. 
North  Carolina 

North  Carolina  School  for  the  Deaf  and 
Dumb  (State),  MorEanton. 

North  Carolina  SUte  School  for  the  Blind 
ard  the  Deaf,  Raleigh. 
Ohio 

.SUU  School  for  the  Deaf,  Columbus. 
I    Okiahoaa 

Oklahoma  School  for  the  Deaf  (Bute), 
Sulphur. 

Home  for  Deaf,  Dumb  and  Blind  Colored 
Orphan  Children  (SUte),  Taft. 
Oregon 

Dn-Eon  StaU  School  for  the  Deaf,  Salam. 
Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania  Institution  for  the  Deaf, 
PhlladelphU. 

Western  Pennsylvania  Institution  for  D«af 
and  Dumb,  Pittsburgh. 

Pennsylvania    Oral    School    for    the    Deaf 
(State),  Scranton. 
Rhode  Island 

Rhode  Island  Institute  for  the  Deaf.  Provi- 
dence. 
South  Dakota 

State  School  for  Deaf  Mutes.  Slout  Falls. 
TaanMaM 

Tennasaee    School    for    Deaf    and     Dumb 
(State).  KnoivUIe. 
Texas 

Deaf.  Dumb  and  Blind  Instltuu  for  Col- 
ored Youths  of  Texas  (SUU),  Austin. 

Texas  School  for  the  Deaf  (StaU),  Austin. 
Utah 

I'Uh    School    for    the    Deaf    and    Blind, 
Ogden. 
Vermont 

The  Austlne  Institution  for  the  Deaf,  Brat- 
tletioro. 
Virginia 

Virginia   School   for  the   Deaf   and    Blind 
(SUte),  Staunton. 
Washington 

Washington    State   School  for   Deaf,  Van- 
couver. 
West  Virginia 

West   Virginia    School    for    the    Deaf   and 
Blind   (StaU).  Romney. 
Wisconsin 

Wisconsin    School    for    the    Deaf    (State). 
Dclavan. 
OnUrio 

Ontario  Institution  for  the  Education  and 
Instruction  of  the  Deaf  and  Dumb  (Provin- 
cial), Belleville. 


7.  DRUG  ADDICTION  AND  ALCOHOLIC,  53 
See  also  NERVOUS  AND  MENTAL 

California 

Gardner  Sanatorium,  Inc.,  Belmont. 
Compton  Sanitarium,  Compton. 
Napa  State  Hospital,  Imola. 
Arroya-Croft  SanlUrlum  (Drug  Only) ,  Los 
Angeles. 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


EPILEPTIC 


Park  Sanitarium  Association,  Inc.   (Drug), 
San  Francisco. 

Stoclrton  State  Hospital,  Stodrton. 
Colorado 

Mt.  Airy  Hospital,  DeuTer. 
Connecticut 

David   W.    McFarland's   Sanitarium    (Hall 
Broolie),  Greens  Farms. 
District  of  Columbia 

Chery  Chase  Sanatorium,  Washington. 
Idaho 

Northern  Idaho  Sanitarium    (State),  Oro- 
floo. 
Illinois 

The  GlbXis  Sanitarium,  Chicago. 

People's  Hospital  and  Training  School  for 
Nurses.  Chicago. 

Washlngtonlan  Home,  Chicago. 
Indiana 

Dr.  HoUlnger's  Sanitarium.  Newburg. 
Kentucky 

Beechhurst  Sanitarium,  Louisville. 
Kansas 

Grandvlevr  Sanitarium,  Kansas  City. 
Louisiana 

New  fenwlck  Sanitarium,  Covington. 
Maryland 

Pearson  Home,  Catonsvllle. 
Massachusetts 

Dr.  Taylor's  Private  Hospital,  Boston. 

Richard  Gundry  Home,  Catonsvllle. 

Washington  Home  (Alcoholic),  Boston. 
Minnesota 

Minnesota  Sanitarium,  Minneapolis. 
Missouri 

C.  R.  Woodson  Sanitarium,  St.  Joseph. 
Nabrasita 

Nebraska  Hospital  for  the  Insane  (State), 
Lincoln. 
New  Jersey 

RiTcrlawn  Sanatorium,  Paterson. 
New  York  I 

Providence  Betrcat,  BulTalo. 

Interpines.  Goshen.  i 

Spring   Hill    Sanatorium,    Hastinga-on-tbe    { 
Hudson. 

New    York    Christian    Home    for    Intem- 
perate Men.  Mt.  Venion. 

Glenmary  Sanitarium,  Onego. 

Whltesboro  Sanitarium,  Whitesboro. 

Dr.  Harri.son'a  Sanitarium,  Whitestone. 
North   Carolina 

Highland  Hospital.  Inc.,  AsheviUe. 

Glennood  Park  Sanitarium,  Greensboro. 

WUllams  Private   Sanitarium,   Greensboro. 
Ohio 

Windsor     Hydriatic     Institute     Company, 
Cleveland. 

McHillen   Sanitarium,   Columbus. 

Rodebaugh  Sanitarium,  Columbus. 

Orchard  Springs  Sanitarium,  Dayton. 

Toledo  Sanitarium.  Toledo. 
Oregon 

Mornlngslde  Hospital,  Portland. 
Pennsylvania 

Kenwood  Sanitarium,  Philadelphia. 
TennessM 

City  View  SanlUrlum,  NashvlUe. 
Vermont 

Brattleboro  Betroat.  Brattlebnro. 

Lakevlew  Sanitarium,  Inc.,  Burlington. 
Virginia 

Gosnold  Sanitarium,  Inc.,  Norfolk. 

St.  Alban's  Sanatorium.  Inc..  Radford. 

Westbrook  Sanatorium,  Richmond. 
Wisconsin 

Waultesha  Springs  Sanitarium,  Waukaiha. 
Ontario 

Hiimowood  Sanitarium,  Guelph. 

Braeslde  Lodge  Sanitarium,  I*reston. 
Quebec 

Villa  Mastal  Sanitarium,  Mastal. 

Dr.  De  Blois  Sanitarium,  Tola-Rlvlerei. 


8.  EYE,  EAR,  NOSE  AND  THROAT,  55 
See   also   BLIND,   SPEECH    DEFECTS    and 

TRACHOMA 
Arizoaa 

Episcopal  Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Hos- 
pital (for  Indians),  Ft    Defiance. 
Arkansas 

Huntington  Hospital,  Eureka  Sprlnn. 
District  of  Columbia 

Episcopal  Bye,  Ear  and  Throat  Hoipltal, 
Washington. 

Washington    Eye,    Ear,    Nose    and   Throat 
Hoepltal,  Washington. 


Illinois 

Chicago  Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Col- 
lege Hospital,  Chicago. 

Chicago  Heights  Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and 
Throat  Hospital,  Chicago  Heights. 

nilnols  Charitable  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary 
(State),  Chicago. 

David  Prince  Sanitarium,  Springfield. 
Iowa 

Hand  Hospital,  Hartley. 

Ute  Hospital,  Ute. 

Singleton  Hospital  (Ear,  Nose  and  Throat) , 
Marahalitown. 
Louisiana 

Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  T.  Hosp.  New  Orleans 
Maine 

Maine  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary,  Portland. 
Maryland 

Baltlmoro  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat  Charity 
Hospital   (Municipal),  Baltimore. 

Presbyterian  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat  Charity 
Hospital,  Baltimore. 
Massachusetts 

Massachusetts  Charitable  Eye  and  Ear  In- 
firmary, Boston. 
Michigan 

Detroit  Eye,   Ear,  Nose  and   Throat  Hos- 
pital, Detroit. 
Minnesota 

The  Worrell  Hospital,  Rochester. 
Missouri 

St.  John's  Hospital,  Springfield. 
Nebraska 

Lincoln  Hospital,  Lincoln. 
New  Jersey 

Newark  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary,  Newark. 

Paterson  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary.  Paterson. 
New  York 

Brooklyn  Eye  and  Ear  Hospital,  Brooklyn. 

Charity  Eye.  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Hos- 
pital and  Dispensary  (County  and  Munici- 
pal), Buffalo. 

Bronx  Eye  and  Bar  Infirmary,  New  York. 

Harlem  Eye  and  Ear  Hospital,  New  York. 

Herman  Koapp  Memorial  Eye  Hospital, 
New  York. 

The  Lane  Sanitarium,  New  York. 

Manhattan  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat  Hospital. 
New  York. 

New  York  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary,  New 
York. 

New  York  Ophthalmic  HosplUI,  New  York. 

New  York  Throat.  Nose  and  Lung  Hos- 
pital, New  York. 

Eye,  Ear,  Nos*  and  Throat  Hospital,  Wa- 
lertown. 
North  Carolina 

Magnolia  Grovo  Hosplul,  Goldsboro. 

Reave*    Eye,   Ear,    Nosa   and   Throat   In- 
firmary, Greensboro. 
North    Dakota 

Marmarth  Railroad  Hospital,  Marmarth. 

McCannel's  Private  Hospital,  MInot. 
Ohio 

Athens  Eye,  Ear,  N.  and  T.  Hosp.,  Athens 

Harbert  Hospital,  Bellefontaliie. 

D.  T.  Vall's  Private  Hospital,  Cincinnati. 

Sidney  Emergency  Hospital,   Sidney, 
Oregon 

Portland  Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Hos- 
pital,   Portland. 
Pennsylvania 

Eye  and  Ear  Hoaplul,  Pittsburgh. 

0.  H.  Moore's  Hospital,  Schuylkill  Haven. 

Philadelphia  Eye,   Ear,   Nose   and   Throat 
Infirmary,  Philadelphia. 
South  Carolina 

Dr.  Jervey's  Private  Hospital,  araenvllle. 
Tennesiei 

Chattanooga  Eye,  Ear,  Nos*  and  Throat 
Infirmary,  Chattanooga. 

Reaves  Infirmary,  Knozville. 

Dr.    Mliicr'a  Private  HosplUI    (Ear,  Nose 
and  Throat),  Rogeravllle. 
Taxas 

Burst  Eye,  Bar,  Noa*  and  Throat  Hospital, 
Longvlew. 

Burton  Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Sani- 
tarium,  McICinney. 
Washington 

Spokane  Eye,  Bar,  Nose  and  Throat  Boa- 
Pltal,  Spokane. 
Wast  vrrginla 

Dr.   Morre's   Eye,   Ear,   Nose  and  Throat 
Rotpltal,  Huntington. 
Wisoonsia 

Trinity  HosplUI  (Annex),  Milwaukee. 
QuebM 

Ophthalmic  Instltnta,  Montreal. 


9.   EPILEPTIC,  49 

See    also    NERVOUS    AND    MENTAL    and 

BACKWARD    AND    MENTALLY    DE- 

FECTI\'E    CHILDREN 

Arizona 

Arizona     State    Hospital     for    Epileptics, 
Phoenix. 
Arkansas 

Hot    Springs    National    Park    Sanitarium, 
Hot  Springs. 
California 

Sonoma  State  Home  for  Epileptic  Children, 
Eldrldge. 
Colorado 

SUte  Home  and  Training  School  for  Epi- 
leptics, Ridge. 
Connecticut 

Mansfield  State  Training  School  and  Hoe- 
pltal.  Mansfield  Depot 
Florida 

Florida    Farm    Colony    for    Epileptic    and 
Feeblc-Minded   (State),  Gainesville. 
Illinois 

Dixon  State  HosplUI,  Dixon. 

Peoria  Sanitarium,  Peoria. 
Indiana 

Indiana    Hospital    for     Insane    Criminals 
(SUte),  Michigan  City. 

Indiana    Village    for    Epileptics     (SUte), 
Newcastle. 
Iowa 

County  Home,  Charlton. 

Cherokee  State  Hospital,   Cherokee. 

Independence  SUte  Hospital,  Independence. 

SUte  HosplUI  and  Colony  for  Epileptics, 
Woodward. 
Kansas 

State  Hosplul   for  Epileptics,    Parsons. 
Main* 

Jones  SanlUrlum,  Union. 
Maryland 

Silver  Cross  Homt,  Fort  Deposit. 
Massachusetts 

Grafton   SUte  HosplUI,  North  Grafton. 

Monson  State  Hospital,  Palmer. 
Michigan 

Michigan     Farm     Colony     for     Epileptics 
(State),  Wahjamega. 
MInnaaota 

Minesota    School    for    Feebleminded    and 
Colony  for  Epileptics  (State).  Faribault. 
Mississippi 

Mississippi  School  and  Colony  for  Feeble- 
minded (State),  Elllsvlllo. 
Missouri 

Missouri    Colony    for    Feeble-Mlnded    and 
EpilcpUcs   (State),  Marshall. 

Emmaus  Asylum  for  Epileptics  and  Feeble 
Minded,  Marthasvllie. 

Emmaus  Asylum  for  Epileptics  and  Feeble 
Minded,  St.  Charles. 
Montana 

Montana  SUte  Hosplul,  Warm  Springs. 
Now  Jarsay 

Belle  Meade  Varm  Colony  and  Sanatorium, 
Belle  Meade. 

Burlington    County    Hospital    for    the    In- 
sane. New  Lisbon. 

New   Jersey    StaU   Village  for  Epileptics, 
Bklllman. 

Bright  Side  Sanitarium,  Teaneck. 
Now  York 

Riverside  Hosplul,  Now  York. 

Glenmary  SanlUrlum,  Owego. 

Craig     Colony     for     Epileptics      (SUte), 
Sonyoa. 

I.,«t(-hwnrth  Village,  Thiells. 
North  Dakota 

North   Dakota   Institution  for  the  Feeble- 
minded (SUU),  Grafton. 
Ohio 

Ohio  Hoapltal  for  Epileptics  (SUU),  Oalll- 
polls. 
Oral  on 

Oregon  Stata  Institution  for  Taabl*  Minded, 
Salem. 
Pannsylvania 

Pennsylvania  Epileptic  Hosplul  and  Col- 
ony Farm,  Oakboume. 

Passavant  Memorial   Homes  for  tb*  Cara 
of  Epileptics,  RochesUr. 
TaxM 

BUta  Epileptic  Colony,  Abilene. 
Vinlnia 

Virginia   State  Epileptic  Colony,   Madlaon 
Hsighta. 


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SPECIAL    HOSPITALS 


MATERNITY 


Wuhlngtoa 

Stit*  CuftodUl  flebool.  Medical  Lak*. 
We>t  Virginia 

Huntington  State  noipltil,  Huntington. 
Wlsconiin 

Wbconsln  Home  for  Feeble- Minded  (State), 
Chippewa  Falls. 

Southern  Wisconsin  Home  for  the  Feeble- 
Mlnded   and  Epileptic   (State)    Union   Grove. 

Lutheran    Home    for    Feeble-Minded    and 
KpUeptles,  Watcrtown. 
Hawaii 

Oahu  Insane  Asylum    (Territorial),  Hono- 
lulu. 

Home    for    Feeble-Mlnded    Peraona,    Pearl 
City. 
Ontario 

Hospital  for  XpUeptlct,  Wooditock. 


10.    MATERNITY,   243 
Alabama 

Lady  Mary  Maternity  Home,  Birmingham. 

SalTsUon  Army   Maternity   Hospital,    Blr- 
nlngham. 

Alabama    Maternity    and    Infanta'    Home, 
Mobile. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Mobile. 

Highland  Park  Sanatorium,  Montgomery. 
Arkansas 

Lake  Village  Infirmary,  Lake  Village. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Little  Rock. 
California 

Or.  Coates  Sanitarium,  CedarrlUe. 

Glen-da-Lough  Maternity  Hospital,  Fresno. 

Hillcrest  Hospital,  Hemet. 

Bonnie  Brae  Maternity  Home,  Los  Angeles. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Los  Angeles. 

Maternity  CottaKe,  Los  Aneeles. 

Rice's  Maternity  Home,  Log  Angelea. 

Salration     Army     Rescue    and    Maternity 
Home,  Lns  Anircies. 

ETangeline    Booth    Rescue    and    Matemlt.v 
Home,  Oakland. 

Oakland  Maternity  Hospital.  Oakland. 

Glenwood      Maternity      Sanitarium,      San 
Dlec:o. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  San  FrancUco. 

St.  Elizabeth's  Infant  Hospital,  Son  Fran- 
cisco. 

Santa    Paula    Sanitarium    and    Maternity 
Home,  Santa  Paula. 

Dr.  Starblrd's  Hospital.  Soledad. 

II  Dorado  Matamttr  Hospital,  Stoekloa. 
Colorado 

Cottage  Home,  Denver. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Denver. 
Connecticut 

St.  Agnes'  Home,  Hartford. 

West  Haven  Surgical  and  Maternity  Hos- 
pital, West  Haven. 

Dr.  Mason's  Hospital,  Wllllmantle. 
District  of  Columbia 

Columbia  Hospital  for  Women  and  Lytng- 
In  Asylum,  Washington. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Washington. 
Georgia 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Atlanta. 

St  Mary's  Hospital,  Atlanta. 

Tabernacle  Beacue  Home,  Macon. 

Florence    Crittenton    Home    of    Savannah, 
Savannah. 
Illinois 

Beulah  Home  and  Maternity  Hospital,  Chi- 
cago. 

Chicago  Foundlings'  Home,  Chicago. 

Chicago  Home  for  Girls,  Chicago. 

Chicago  Lylng-In  Hospital  and  Dispensary. 

Chicago   Maternity  Hospital   and  Training 
School,  Chicago. 

Florence  Crittenton  Anchorage,  Chicago. 

Mlsericordla   Hospital  and  Infants'  Home, 
Chicago. 

St.   Margaret's  Home  and  Maternity  Hos- 
pital, Chicago. 

St.  Margaret's  Home  and  Maternity  Hos- 
pital, Chicago. 

St.   Vincent's   Infant   and   Maternity  Hos- 
pital, Chicago. 

Palatine  Hospital,  Palatine. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Feorla. 

Angear  Hospital,  Sublette. 
Indiana 

Florence  Crittenton  Hospital,  IndianapoUi. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Terre  Haute. 
Iowa 

Salvation  Army  Rescue  Home  and  Mater- 
nity Hospital,  Des  Moines. 


The  Sibley   Hospital,   Sibley. 

Sioux  City  Maternity  Hoapital,  Slouz  City. 
Kansas 

Parsons    Hospital    and    Maternity    Home. 
Parsons. 

Florence  Crittenton  Mlaslon,  Topeka. 
Ksatueky 

All-Prayer   Foundlings'    Home,    Louisville. 
Louisiana 

SL  Joseph's  Maternity  Hosp.,  New  Orleans. 

Hepziball  Rescue  Home,  Bhrereport. 
Maine 

Dr.  Files'  Private  Hoapital,  Portland. 

Dr.  I,elghton's  Private  Maternity  HosplUl, 
Portland. 

Temporary    Home   for    Women    and   Chil- 
dren, Portland. 
Maryland 

Florence  Crittenton  Mission,  Baltimore. 

West  End  .Maternity  Hospital,  Baltimore. 
Masiaohusetts 

Boston  Lylng-In  Hospital,  Boston. 

Kvangellne    Booth    Home    and    Maternity 
Hospital,  Boeton. 

Florence  Crittenton  Maternity  Boms  and 
Hoapital.  Boston. 

Botue  of  Mercy,  Boston. 

Reede  Hospital,  Boston. 

8L  Margaret's  Maternity  Hospital,  Boston. 

6L    Mary's   Infant   Asylum    and    Lylng-In 
Hospital,  Boston. 

Talltha   C^ml   Maternity   Home   and   Hos- 
pital, Boston. 

Moore  Hospital,  Brockton. 

Fres  Hospital  for  Womoi,  Brookllna. 

Blanchard  Private  Hospital,  Dracut. 

Wesson  Mstemlty  Hospital,   Springfield. 

Florence  Crittenton  Rescue  League,  Swamp- 
cott. 
Michigan 

Ann  Arbor  Private  Hospital,  Ann  Arbor. 

Maple  Street  Hospital.    Battle   Creek. 

Florence    Crittenton    Home,    Detroit. 

St.  Agnes  Home,  Detroit. 

Woman'a  Bosp.  and  Infants'  Boms,  Detroit. 

The  Women's  Hospital,  Flint. 

Rest  Cottage  Rescue  Home,  Grand  Rapids 

Salration    Army    Kvangeline    Booth    Home 
and  Hospital,  Grand  Raplda. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Jackson. 
Minnasota 

Bethel    Home    for    Women    and    Children. 
Duluth. 

Morgan  Park  Hospital,  Duluth. 

Long  Prairie  Hospital,   Long  Prairie. 

Bethany  Home,  Minneat>olls. 

Martha  Ripley  Memorial  Hospital,  Mlnne- 
apolla. 

Maternity  Hoapital,  Inc.,  Minneapolis. 

Scandinavian    Home    of    Shelter,    Minne- 
apolis. 

The   Stanley    Hospital,    Rochester. 

Merrlam    Park    Hospital    (formerly    Cobb 
Hospital),  St.  Paul. 

Salvation  Army  Maternity  Home,  8L  Paul. 

Union  Gospel  Mission  Home,  St.  Paul. 
Missouri 

Fairmount     Maternity     Hospital,     Kans^is 
City. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home.  Kansas  City. 

St.   Vincent's  Hospital,  Kansaa  Oty. 

Tie  Tell  Maternity  HospIUl,  Kansas  City. 

The  Willows  Maternity  Sanlt.irium,  Kansas 
City. 

St.  Mary's  Hospital,  Sedalla. 

Bethesda  Foundlings'  Home  and  Maternity 
HosplUI,  St.  Louis. 

Salvation    Army    Rescue    and     Maternity 
nome,  St.  Louis. 

SL  Ann's  Maternity  Hospital,  St.  Louis. 

SL  Louis  Maternity  Hospital,  SL  Louis. 
Montana 

Billings  Surgical  and  Obstetrical  Hospital, 
Billings. 

Butte  Deaconess  Hospital.  Butte. 

Florence      Crittenton      Home,      Kenwood, 
Helena. 

Rae  Hospital,  Livingston. 
Nebraska 

Auburn  Hospital,  Auburn. 

The   Boeder  Maternity  Home,  Lincoln. 

Salvation  Army  Rescue  Home,  Omaha. 

Stewart  Maternity  Hospital,  Omaha. 
New    Hampshire 

Our  Lady  of  Perpetual  Help,  Manchester. 
New  Jersey 

Dr.  Swiney's  Sanitarium.  Bayonne. 

The  Salvation  Army  Door  of  Hope  Hospi- 
tal, Jersey  City. 


Paul  Kimball  Hospital,  Lakewood. 

noranee  Crittenton  Home,  Newark. 

Ho9ltal  for  Woman  sod  ChUdran,  Newark. 

Newark  Maternity   Hospital,    Newark. 

Newark  Private  Hospital,  Newark. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Paterson. 

Florence  Crittenton   Chrlatlao  Refuge  As- 
socation,  Trenton. 
New  Mexico 

Women's    and    Children's   Bospttal,    Albu- 
querque. 
New  York 

Anthony  N.  Brady  Maternity  Hospital,  Al- 
bany. 

Dr.  King's  PriTsta  Hospital,  Bay  Bhors. 

Endlcott-JohnsoD   Clinton  Street  Hospital, 
Blnghamton. 

Bedford  Maternity,  Inc.,  Brooklyn. 

Low  Maternity  Hospital  (Branch  of  Brook- 
lyn Bospltal),  Brooklyn. 

Mldwood  Sanitarium,  Brooklyn. 

Prospect   Bslghts   Hosplul   and   Brooklyn 
Maternity.  Brooklyn. 

Ingleslde  Home  for  Erring  Women,  Buffalo. 

Salvation  Army  Rescue  Home  and  Mater- 
nity BosplUl,  Buffalo. 

SL   Mary's  Infant  Aaylum  and   Maternity 
Hoapital,  Buffalo. 

St.  Michaels  Home,  Mamaroneck. 

Bronx  Maternity  Hosplul,  New  York. 

Florence    Crittenton    League,    Inc.,    New 
York  . 

Jewish  Maternity  Hospital,  New  York. 

Lylng-In    Hospital    of    the    City    of    New 
York,  New  York. 

Manhattan  Maternity  and  Dlspanssry,  New 
York. 

New  York  Foundling  Hospital.  New  York. 

New   York  Nursery   and  Child's   Hospital, 
New  York. 

Slosne  Hospital  for  Women,  New  York. 

SL  Ann's  Mstemlty  Hospital.  New  York. 

Woman's  Hoapital,  New  York. 

SL  Mary's  Maternity  and  Infant  Hospital, 
Syracuse. 

SL  Faith's  Bouse,  Tarrytown. 

SL  Joseph's  Mstemlty  Hospital,  Troy. 
North  Carolina 

Greensboro  Best  Cottage,  Greensboro. 
North  Dakota 

Camp  Maternity  Hospital,  Fargo. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Fargo. 
Ohio 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Akron. 

Bethesda  Hospital  Annex,  Cincinnati. 

Protestant  Home  for  Friendless  and  Found- 
lings, Cincinnati. 

St.  Joseph  Maternity  Bospltal  and  Infant 
Asylum,  Cincinnati. 

Cleveland  Maternity  Bospltal,  Cleveland. 

Salvation    Army    Bescue    and    Maternity 
Bome,  Cleveland. 

SL   Ann's   Infant   Aaylum    and    Maternity 
Hospital,  Cleveland. 

Wright's  Hosplul,  Cleveland. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,   Columbus. 

The  Elizabeth  Home,  Columbus. 

Friends'  Rescue  Home,  Columbus. 

SL  Ann's  Infant  and  Maternity  Hospital, 
Columbus. 

Dr.  Hatcher's  Private  Hosplul,  Dayton. 

The  Willows  Maternity  Home,  Dayton. 

Samaria  Rescue  Home,  Sprlngfleld. 

Maternity  and  Children's  Hospital,  Toledo. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Youngstown. 
Oklahoma 

Holmes   Home  of   Redeeming  Love,    Okla- 
homa. 

Oklahoma  Lylng-In  Hospital,  Oklahoma. 

West   Main    Maternity    SanlUrium,    Okla- 
homa. 

St.  Ann's  BosplUl,  Tulsa. 
Oregon 

Florence  Crittenton  Refuge  Bome,  Portland. 

Louise  Home,  Portland. 

Portland  Maternity  HosplUl,  Portland. 

Salvation  Army  Rescue  Home,  Portland. 

Woman's  Hospital,  Portland. 
Pennsylvania 

Dr.     Sanford's    Private    Bospltal,     Jersey 
Shore. 

Memorial  Maternity  HospiUl,  Johnstown. 

Mendenhall  Maternity,  Johnstown. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home,  Philadelphia. 

Jefferson  Maternity  Hospital,  Philadelphia. 

Jewish  Maternity  Hospital,  Philadelphia. 

Joy  Settlement   and   Day  Nursery,   Phila- 
delphia. 

Kensington  BosplUl  for  Women,  Philadel- 
phia. 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


NERVOUS  AND    MENTAL 


Philadelphia    Lying-In    Charity    Hospital. 
Philadelphia. 

Preston  Retreat.  Philadelphia. 

Salvation  Army  Home  and  Maternity  Hos- 
pital for  Girls.  Philadelphia. 

Sheltering  Arms  of  the  Protestant  Episco- 
pal Church,  Philadelphia. 

St.    Vincent's    Hospital    for    Women    and 
Children.  Philadelphia. 

The  Maternity  Hospital,  Philadelphia. 

West    Philadelphia    Hospital    for    Women. 
Philadelphia. 

Elizabeth    Steel    Magee    Hospital,    Pitts- 
burgh. 

Florence    Crlttenton    Rescue   Home,    Pitts- 
burgh. 

Haddon   Maternity  Hospital,   Pittsburgh. 

Providence    Mission     and    Rescue    Home, 
Pittsburgh. 

Roselia  Foundling  and  Maternity  Hospital, 
Pittsburgh. 

Salvation  Army  Home,  Pittsburgh. 

Wechsler  Maternity  Hospital,  Pittsburgh. 

St.  Joseph's  Foundling  Home  and   .Mater- 
nity Hospital,  Scranton. 

Florence  Crlttenton  Mission,  Williamsport. 

WiUlamsport    Private   Hospital,    Williams- 
port. 
Rhode  Island 

Private   Maternity   Hospital,   Providence. 

Providence  Lying-in  Hospital,   Providence. 
South  Carolina 

Florence    Crlttenton    Home    and    Training 
School,  Charleston. 
South    Dakota 

Vermillion  Hospital,  Vermillion. 
Tennessee 

Florence  Crlttenton  Home.  Chattanooga. 

Highlands  Sanitarium,   Chattanooga. 

Ella  Oliver  Refuge  Home,  Memphis. 

Florence  Crlttenton  Home.  Nashville. 

Nashville      Private.    Maternity     Hospital. 
Nashville. 
Texas 

Berachah  Home,  Arlington. 

Virginia    K.   Johnson  Home  and  Training 
School,   Dallas. 

Salvation  Army  Rescue  Home,  San  Antonio. 

The  Palms  Hospital,  San  Antonio. 
Utah 

Florence  Crlttenton  Home.  Ogden. 
Virginia 

Florence  Crlttenton  Rescue  Home,  Lynch- 
burg. 

Florence  Crlttenton  Home,  Norfolk. 
Washington 

Maxwell  MateVnIty  Home.  Olyrapla. 

Resthaven    Hospital,    Pt.    Angeles. 

Florence  Crlttenton  Home,  Seattle. 

Florence   Crlttenton  Mission,   Spokane. 

Salvation  Army  Rescue  Home  and  Mater- 
nity Hospital,  Spokane. 

White  Shield  Home,  Tacoma. 
Wisconsin 

Dr.   Newman's  Sanitarium.   Belolt 

Methodist  Hospital.  Madison. 

Stoeber's  Maternity  HosplUI,   Madison 

Mlserlcordla  Hospital.  .Milwaukee 

St.  Vincent's  Infant  Asylum  and  Maternity 
Hospital.   .Milwaukee. 

Wisconsin    Industrial    Home    for    Women 
Taycheedah. 
Alaska 

St.  John's  Mission  HospiUl,  Ketchikan. 
Hawaii 

KaplolanI  Maternity  Home,  Honolulu 
Alberta 

Mlserlcordla  Hospital,  Edmonton. 
Manitoba 

Mlserlcordla  Hospital.  Winnipeg. 
Nova  Scotia 

Salvation  Army  Maternity  Hospital.  Hali- 
fax. 

Ontario 

Saivaton  Army  Maternity  Hospital,  Hamil- 
ton. 

Bethesda  HoeplUI  (Salvation  Army),  Lon- 
don. 

House    of    Bethlehem    Foundling   Asylum. 
Ottawa. 

Mlserlcordla  Maternity  HoaplUl,  Ottawa 

Ottawa  Maternity  Hospital    Ottawa. 

Woman's  Private  HosplUl.  Ottawa 
Quebee 

Catholic   Maternity    Hospital.    Montreal. 

HosplUl  de  la  Mlaericorde,  Montreal 

Montreal  Maternity  Hospital.  Montreal. 


II.  NERVOUS   AND   MENTAL,  548 
See    also    EPILEPTIC,    DRUG    ADDICTION 
AND  ALCOHOLIC  and  CONVALES- 
CENT  AND    REST 
Alabama 

Mobile  County  Poor  Asylum  Hospital,  Mo- 
bile. 

Searcy  Hospital  for  Negroes   (State),  Mt. 
Vernon. 

Bryce  Hospital  for  Whites  (State).  Tusca- 
loosa. 
Arizona 

.\rlzona    State    Hospital    for    the    Insane, 
ri'oenbc. 

Desert    Inn    Sanitarium.    Phoenix. 
Arkansas 

Arkansas   State   Hospital    for  the   Insane, 
Little  Rock. 

Phillips  County  Hospital  for  Sick  and  In- 
.sane  Poor,  St.  Helena. 
California 

Agnew  State  Hospital,  Agnew. 

Alexander  Sanitarium.  Belmont. 

Gardner  Sanitarium.  Inc..  Belmont. 

Nerve  Rest  Sanitarium.  Belmont. 

Compton  Sanitarium,  Compton. 

Sonoma  State  Home,  Eldrldge. 

Eureka  Receiving  Hospital,  Eureka. 

Napa  State  Hospital,  Imola. 

LIvermore  Sanitarium,  Llvermore. 

Banksia  Place  Sanitarium.  Ix)s  Angeles. 

Los    Angeles    County    Psychopathic    Hos- 
pital, Los  Angeles. 

Resthaven,  Loa  Angeles. 

Rosena  Rest  Retreat,  Los  Angeles. 

Tapley  Sanitarium  (Mental  only),  I>js  An- 
Kclea. 

Talbot  Sanitarium,  Los  Angeles. 

Petry's    Sanitarium    and  Emergency    Hos- 
pital, Mt.  View. 

Norwalk  State  HosplUl,  Norwalk. 

Anderson's  Sanatorium,  Oakland. 

King's  Daughters  of  California  Home   for 
Incurables.  Oakland. 

Las  Encinas  or  Southern  California  Sani- 
tarium, Pasadena. 

Southern    California   State    Hospital,  Pat- 
ion. 

Park    Sanitarium    Association,    Inc..    San 
r  ranclsco. 

Relief  Home  for  Aged  and  Inflrm  (County 
and  Municipal),  San  Francisco. 

Osborne  Hall,  Santa  Clara. 

Benson's  Sanitarium,  Sierra  Madre. 

Pasadena  Sanitarium,  South  Pasadena. 

Clark's  Sanatorium,  Stockton. 

Stockton   SUte  Hospital,  Stockton. 

Mendocino  State  HospiUl,  Talmage. 
Colorado 

.ML  Airy  Hospital,  Denver. 

.Molkery  Sanitarium,  Englewood 

Colorado   8UU  Hospital,   Pueblo 

Woodcroft  HosplUl,  Pueblo. 

Stale  Home  and  Tralnliig  School  for  Uen- 
iii  Defectives,  Ridge. 
Connecticut 

Delaware  Bute  HosplUl,  Famhurst 

David    W.   McFarland's   SanlUrium    (Ball 
Brooke),  Greens  Farms. 

Biythewood  Sanitarium.  Greenwich 

Hartford  Retreat.  Hartford. 

Spring  Hill  Home.  LltchOeld. 

MansReld  State  Training  School  and  Hos- 
pital, .Mansfield  Depot. 

Connecticut  SUte  Hospltsl.  MIddletown. 

Norwich   etaU    HosplUl    for    the    Insane. 
Norwich. 

Dr.   Barnes'   SanlUrium.   SUmford. 

SUmford  Hall  Company  (Dr.  GIvens'  San- 
U.irium),  Stamford. 

Dr.  Vall's  Sanatorium.  Thompsonville 

Westport  SanlUrium,  Westport. 

The  Peek  Sanatorium,  Inc.,  Woodmonl. 
Delaware 

Delaware  State  Hospital,  Fsmhurst. 

Home  for  the  Feeble-Mlnded  (State)  Stock- 
ley. 

Olitrict  of  Columbia 

Chevy  Chase  Sanatorium,  Washington. 

SL  Elizabeth's  HosplUl   (FedersI),  Wash- 
ington. 
Florida 

Florida    Farm    Colony    for    Epileptic    and 
Feeble-Mlnded    (StaU),  Gainesville. 

Florida  State  Hospital,  Chattahoochee. 
Geoifia 

Dr.  Brawner's  SanlUrium,  AtlanU. 

Allen's  Invalid  Home,  Mllledgerllle. 


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Georgia  State  Sanitarium,  Milledgevilie. 

The  Cheston  King  Sanitarium,  Inc..  Stone 
Mountain. 
Idaho 

Idaho  Insane  Asylum   (SUte),  Blackfoot. 

Crescent  Hill  Retreat    (Idaho   State   Sani- 
tarium), Xampa. 
Illinois 

Alton  State  Hospital  for  the  Insane.  Alton. 

Anna  State  Hospital,  Anna. 

Mercyvllle  Sanitarium  (Women  only),  Au- 
rora. 

Bellevue  Place  Sanitarium.  BaUvla. 

Chicago  State  Hospital.  Dunning,  Chicago 

Cook  County  Psychopathic  HosplUl,  Chi- 
cago. 

The  GIbbs  Sanitarium.  Cliicago. 

Lake  Park  Sanitarium.  Chicago. 

McDonald  Rest  Cure,  Chicago. 

Washingtonlan  Home,  Chicago. 

Dixon  State  HosplUl,  Dixon. 

Chicago  State  HospiUl,  Dunning.  (See 
Chicago.) 

Watertown  State  HosplUl,  East  Molina. 

Elgin  State  HospiUl,  Elgin. 

Resthaven    SanlUrium,   Elgin. 

Beverly  Farm.  Godfrey. 

Sunnybrook  Farm  Sanitarium,  R.D.  In- 
gleslde. 

Jacksonville  State  Hospital.  Jacksonville 

Norbury  Sanatorium  Company,  Jackson- 
ville. 

Kankakee  State  Hospital.  Kankakee. 

Kenllworth  Sanitarium,  Ivenilworth. 

Lincoln  State  School  and  Colony,  Lincoln. 

Chester  State  Hospital,  Menard. 

Mitchell  Farm.  Peoria. 

Peoria  Sanitarium,  Peoria. 

Peoria  State  Hospital.  Peoria. 

Dr  Wllgus'  Sanitarium,  Rockford. 

Howe  Home  for  Feeble-Mlnded  and  Elderly 
Women,  Wheaton. 

Mary  E.  Fogue  SanlUrium,  Wheaton. 
Indiana 

Indiana  Farm  Colony  for  Feebleminded 
(SUte).  Butlerville. 

Eastern  Indiana  Hospital  for  Insane 
(State),  Easthaven,  Richmond. 

Southern  Indiana  HosplUl  for  Insane, 
Evansvllle. 

Dr.  Pulllam's  Private  Sanitarium,  Ft 
Wayne. 

Indiana  School  for  Feeble-Mlnded  Youth 
Ft.  Wayne. 

Central  Indiana  HosplUl  for  the  Insane 
(SUte),  Indianapolis. 

Marlon  Comity  Asylum  for  the  Poor,  In- 
dUnapolls. 

Marlon  County  Home  for  Chronic  Insane, 
Indianapolis. 

Ncuronhurst  (Dr.  W.  B.  Fletcher's  Sana- 
torium), Indianapolis. 

"Norways"  Sanatorium.  Indianapolis 

Northern  Indiana  HosplUl  for  the  luaane 
(SUte),  Logansport. 

Indiana  Hospital  for  Insane  Criminals 
(SUte),  .Michigan  City. 

Marlon  .National  Sanatorium.  National 
Military  Home. 

Newland  Park  Sanitarium,  New  Albany 

Dr.   Hollhiger's   SanlUrium,   Newburg. 

Indiana  Village  for  Epileptics  (State), 
Newcastle. 

Southeastern     HosplUl     for     (he     Insane 
(SUte),  North  .Madison. 
Iowa 

County  Home  (Incurable  Insane),  Charl- 
ton. 

Cherokee  State  Hospital,  Cherokee 

Clarlnda  SUte  HosplUl,  Clarlnda. 

SL  Bernard's  Hospital,  Council  Bluffs 

The  Retreat  Company.  Des  Moines 

Glenwood  State  Hospital  of  the  iowa  In- 
stitution for  Feeble-Mlnded  Children,  Glen- 
wood. 

Independence  Stale  Hospital.  Independence 

Iowa  Suie  Psychopathic  Hospital.  Iowa 
llty. 

United  States  Veterans'  Hospital,  Knoi- 
vllle. 

Mt.  Plea.sant  SUte  Hospital,  Mt.  Pleasant 

State  Hospital  and    Colony  of  Epileptics 
Woodward. 
Kansu 

Prospect  Park  SanlUrium.  Atchison. 

Bonner  Springs  Lodge  and  Sanitarium, 
Bonner  Springs. 

Grand  View  Sanitarium.  Kansaa  City 


NERVOUS  AND  MENTAL.  Cont 


SPECIAL    HOSPITALS 


NERVOUS  AND    MENTAL 


Huspiul  for  Dangerous  and  Criminal  In- 
tan*  (State),  Lanslnfr. 

Lamed  State  Hospital,  Larned. 

Elmwood  Hospital,  Learenworth. 

Goddard's  Kesearch  Hospital,  Le,-iveni*orth. 

Osawatomie  State  Hospital,  Osawatomle. 

The    Uhls    Clinic    Corporation,    Overland 
Park. 

Topeka  State  Hospital  for  the  Insane,  To- 
peka. 

State  Training  School,  R.D.7,  WlnOeld. 
Kentucky 

Kentucky    Institution     for    Feeble-Mlnded 
Children  (Htatel,  Frankfort. 

Western  State  Hospital,  UopklnsTlUe. 

Central  State  Hospital.  Lakeland. 

Eastern  StaU  Hospital,  Lexington. 

High  Oaks  Sanatorium,   R.0.5,  Lexington. 

Beechhurst  Sanitarium.  Loulsrllle. 

Loulsrllle  Neuropathic  Sanitarium,  Louls- 
rllle. 

Pope  Sanatorium,  LoulsrlUe. 
Louisianna 

New  Fenwick  Sanitarium,  Corlngton. 

Louisiana  Hot  Well  Salntarlum  Company, 
Hot  Well.     (R.  D.  Bojce.) 

Ea.st    Louisiana    Hospital   for   the    Insane 
(State).  Jackson. 

City   Hospital  for  Nervous  Diseases,  New 
Orleans. 

Ixjulslana  Retreat.  New  Orleans. 

Louisiana    Hospital    for    Insane     (State). 
PlnevlUe. 
Mains 

AuKUSta  State  Hospital,  Augusta. 

Bangor  State  Hospital,  Bangor. 

"Pino  Tree  Sanitarium,"  Rest  Cure,  High- 
pine. 

Dr.  C.  P.  Wescott's  Sanatorium.  Portland. 

Maine  School  for   Feeble-Mlnded    (State). 
Fownal. 

Jones  Private  Sanatorium.  Union. 
Maryland 

Mt.    Hope    Retreat,    Baltimore    (Arlington 
P.O.). 

Eastern   Shore  State  Hospital  for  Insane, 
Cambridge. 

Gundry  Sanitarium,  Catonsrllle. 

Slellng's  Sanatorium.  Catonsvllle. 

Spring  Grove  State  Hospital,  Catonsvllle. 

CrownsTllle  State  Hospital,  Crownsville. 

Carroll    Springs    Sanitarium.    Forest   Glen. 

Rlggs  Cottage  Sanitarium,  IjamsTlUe. 

Laurel  Sanitarium,  Laurel. 

Crelghton  Sanitarium,  LuthervUle. 

Relay  Sanitarium,  Relay. 

Chestnut   Lodge   Sanitarium,   Rockrllle 

SprlnKfleld  State  Hospital  for  the  Insane. 
Sykesvllle. 

Sheppard  and  Enoch  Pratt  Hospital,  Tow- 
son. 
Massachusetts 

KinE    Sanatorium   and  Hospital,  Inc.,  Ar- 
lington Heights. 

Pine  Terrace  (nervous  only) .  Baldwinsvllle. 

Hospital  Cottages  for  Children.  Baldwins- 
vllle. 

Adams  Nervine  Asylum,  Boston. 

Glenslde  Hospital,  Boston. 

Psychopathic    Department    of    the    Boston 
State  Hospital.  Boston. 

Dr.  Taylor's  Private  Hospital,  Boston. 

Bridgewater     State     Hospital      (for     male 
criminal  insane),  Bridgewater. 

Bellevue  Sanitarium,  Brookline. 

Bournewood  Private  Hospital.  Brookline. 

Foxboro  State  Hospital,  Foxboro. 

Woodslde  Cottages,  Fraralngham. 

Gardner  State  Colony,  Gardner. 

Danvers  State  Hospital,  Hawthorne. 

Medfleld  State  Hospital,  Medfleld. 

Dr.  Reeves   Nervine,  Melrose  Highlands. 

Highland  Hail   Sanitarium,  Newton. 

KnoUwood  Sanitarium.  Newton. 

Dr.  Melius'  Private  Hospital.  Newton. 

Northampton  State  School,  Northampton. 

Grafton  State  Hospital,  North  Grafton. 

Monson  State  Hospital,  Palmer. 

Tounton  State  Hospital,  Taunton. 

Massachusetts     School     for     the     Feeble- 
Mlnded    (State).    (Waverly  P.O.),   Waltham. 

McLean  Hospital,  Waverly. 

Channing  Sanitarium,  Wellesley. 

Wlswall  Sanatorium.  Wellesley. 

Westboro  State  Hospital,  Westboro. 

Herbert   Hall    Hospital,    Inc..    Worcester. 

Worcester  State  Hospital,  Worcester. 

Wrentham   State   School,  Wrentham. 
Michigan 

State   rsychopathlc  Hospital    at  the   Uni- 
versity of  Michigan,  Ann  Arbor. 


Anoka  State  Asylum,  Anoka. 

8t.    Joseph's   Retreat.    Dearborn. 

Pennsylvania  Avenue  Sanatorium,  Detroit. 

Klolse  Hospital,  Elolse. 

Christian  Psychopathic  Hospital,  Grand 
Rapids. 

Kent  County  Detention  Hospital,  Grand 
Rapids. 

Ionia  State  Hospital,  Ionia. 

Kalamazoo  State  Hospital,  Kalamazoo. 

Wilbur  Home  for  Feeble-Mlnded,  Kalama- 
zoo. 

Newberry   State  Hospital.   Newberry. 

Pontlac  State  Hospital,  Pontlac. 

Traverse  City  State  Hospital,  Traverse  City. 
Minnesota 

Minnesota  School  for  Feeble-Mlnded  and 
Colony  for  Epileptics  (State),  Faribault. 

Fergus  Falls  State  Hospital.  Fergus  Falls. 

Bastings  State  Asylum.  Hastings. 

Jordan  Sulphur  Springs  Sanitarium.  Jor- 
dan. 

Minneapolis  Sanitarium.  Minneapolis. 

Minnesota  Sanitarium.  Minneapolis. 

South   Side    Sanitarium.    Minneapolis 

St.  James  Hospital  and  Sanitarium,  Minne- 
apolis. 

Olmsted  Hospital.  Rochester. 

Rochester  State  Hospital,  Rochester. 

Hound  Park  Sanitarium  (Separate  Depart- 
ments for  the  Treatment  of  Nervous  and 
Mental  disease),  St.  Paul. 

St.  Peter  State  Hospital.  St.  Peter. 

Wlllmar  State  Asylum,  Wlllmar. 
MItsittlppI 

Mississippi  State  Insane  Hospital.  Jackson 

East  Mississippi  Insane   Hospital    (Sute), 
Meridian. 
Missouri 

State  Hospital  No.  4,Farmington. 

State  Hospital  No.  1,  Fulton. 

Oakland  Park  Hospital.  Glendale  (Kirk- 
wood  P.O.). 

Valle  Sanitarium.  Independence. 

Elliott  Sanitarium  and  Hospital.  Kansas 
City. 

Punton  Sanitarium.  Kansas  City. 

Simpson-Major  Sanitarium.  Kansas  City. 

Mls.souri  Colony  for  Feeble-Mlnded  and 
Epileptics  (SUte),  Marshall. 

Emmaus  Asylum  for  Epileptics  and  Feeble- 
Mlnded,  Marthasvllle. 

State   Hospital  No.    3,  Nevada. 

Ozark  Sanitarium.  Springfield. 

Emmaus  Asylum  for  Epileptics  and  Feeble- 
Mlnded.  St.  Charles. 

C.  R.  Woodson  Sanitarium,  St.  Joseph. 

Dr.  Byrd's  Sanitarium,  St.  Joseph. 

State  Hospital  No.  2,  St.  Joseph. 

Thompson's  Sanitarium.  St.  Joaerh. 

City  Sanitarium,  St.  Louis. 

St.  Vincent's  Institution.  St.  lyiuls. 

Glenwood  Sanatorium,  Webster  Grovet. 
Montana 

Montana  State  Hospital,  Warm  Springs. 
Nebraska 

Nebraska     Institution    for    Feeble-Mlnded 

(State).   Beatrice. 

State  Hospital,  Ingleslde. 

Nebraska  Hospital  for  the  Insane  (State). 
Lincoln. 

Hospital     for     the     Insane     of     Nebraska 

(State),  Norfolk. 
Nevada 

Nevada     Hospital     for     Mental     Diseases 

(State).   Reno. 
New  Hampshire 

Highland  Springs  Sanatorium,  Nashua. 

New  Hampshire  State  Hospital,  Concord. 

New  Hampshire  School  for  the  Feeble- 
Mlnded   (State).  Laconia. 

SIdis    Psychotherapeutic    Institute,    Ports- 
mouth. 
New  Jersey 

Belle  Mead  Farm  Colony  and  Sanatorium. 
Belle  Mead. 

Camden  County  Hospital  for  Insane,  Black- 
wood. 

Cumberland  County  Hospital  for  Insane, 
Bridgeton. 

Ivy  Hall  Sanitarium,  Bridgeton. 

Essex  County  Hospital  at  Overbronk.  Cedar 
Grove. 

New  Jersey  State  Hospital  at  Morris  Plains 
(State),  Greystone  Park. 

Christian  Sanatorium.  Midland  Park. 

Burlington  County  Hospital  for  the  In- 
sane, New  Lisbon. 

State  Colony  for  Feeble-Mlnded  Males, 
New  Lisbon. 


Atlantic  Cotintj  Hoopltal  for  the  Insane, 
NortbHeld. 

Rlverlawn  Sanatorium,  Paterson. 

Hudson  County  Hospital  for  Insane,  Sa- 
eaucua. 

Fair  Oaks  Sanatorium,  Summit. 

New  Jersey  State  Hospital,  Trenton. 

New  Jersey  State  Institution  for  the  Car* 
and    Training   of    Feeble-Mlnded    Girls    and 
Women,  VIneland. 
Ntw  Moxleo 

New  Mexico  Inaane  Asylum  (State),  Ea«t 
Las  Vegas. 
New  York 

Knickerbocker  Hall,  AmityvlUe. 

Long  Island  Home.  Ltd.,  AmityvlUe. 

Craig  Bouse,  Beacon. 

Matteawan  State  Hospital,  Beacon. 

Blnghamton  State  Hospital,  Blnghamtoa. 

Dr.  Lyon's  Sanitarium,  Blnghamton. 

Brooklyn  State  Hospital,  Brooklyn. 

Buffalo  State  HosplUl,  Buffalo. 

Parkslda  Sanitarium.  Buffalo. 

Providence   Retreat,   Buffalo. 

Brlgbam  Ball  Hospital,  Canandalgua. 

Central  Isllp  SUte  HosplUl.  Central  Itllp. 

Dr.  MacDonald'a  House.  Central  Valley. 

Uowanda  State  Homeopathic  HosplUl,  Col- 
lins. 

Dr.  Winter's  Neurological  Hospital.  Corn- 
wall. 

Dr.  Combes'  Sanitarium.  Corona. 

Dannemora  State  HosplUl,  Dannemora. 

Sanford  Bali.  Flushing. 

Interplnes,  Goshen. 

Crlchton  House,  Uarmon-on-Hudson. 

Dr.  Brooks'  House,  Harrison. 

Spring  Hill  Sanatorium,  Hastings-on-Hud- 

SOB. 

Hlllboume,  Katonah. 

Kings  Park  SUte  Hospital,  Kings  Park. 

Gary  de  Vabre  Academy,  Lake  RonkOD- 
koma. 

River  Crest  SaniUrlum,  Long  Island  City. 

Waldemere,  Mamamncck. 

MIddletown  State  Homeopathlnc  HosplUl, 
MIddletown. 

New  York  School  for  UenUI  Defectlras, 
Newark. 

Charles  B.  Towns  HosplUl,  New  York. 

Manhattan  State  Hospital.  New  York. 

Neurological  Institute  of  New  York.  New 
York. 

RIverdale  Sanitarium,  West  Hill.  Blver- 
dale.  New  York. 

U.  S.  Veterans'  HosplUl  No.  81,  New  York. 

Utlca  State  HosplUl,  New  York. 

St  Lawrence  State  HosplUl,  Ogdensburg. 

Glenmary  Sanlurium,  Owego. 

Hudson  River  SUte  Hospital,  Pouglikecp- 
ste. 

Rochester  SUte  HosplUl,  Rochester. 

Rome  SUte  School,  Rome. 

Syracuse  Psychopathic  HosplUl,  Syracuse. 

Syracuse  SUU  School  for  Mental  Defec- 
tives, Syracuse. 

Letchworth  Village  (Sute).  Thlells. 

Marshall  Sanlurium,  Troy. 

Bloomlngdale  HosplUl,  White  Plains. 

Dr.  Harrison's  Sanitarium,  Whilestone. 

WiUard  SUte  HosplUl  for  the  Insane, 
Wlllard. 

Dr.  Bond's  House,  Yonkers. 
North  Carolina 

Appalachian  Hall,  AsheviUe. 

Highland  Ho.spiuI,  Inc..  Asheville. 

Hlllcrest  Manor,  Aabeville. 

Beallmont  Park  Sanatorium,  Black  Moun- 
Uln. 

Stale  Hospital   at  Goldsboro,  Goldsboro. 

Glenwood  Park  Sanitarium,  Greensboro. 

Broadoaks  Sanatorium,  Morganton. 

State  Hospital,  Raleigh. 
North  Dakota 

North  Dakou  Institution  for  the  Feehle- 
-Minded  (State)   Grafton. 

North   Dakota  SUte  HosplUl  for  the  In- 
sane, Jamestown. 
Ohio 

Athens  State  Hospital,  Athens. 

Cincinnati  Sanitarium,  College  Hill.  Cin- 
cinnati. 

Grand  View  SaniUrlum.  Price  BUI,  Cin- 
cinnati. 

Lnngvlew  HosplUl  for  Insane  (SUte),  Cin- 
cinnati. 

The  Children's  Aid  Society  (Research 
Clinic,  Defective,  Neurotic  and  Psychopathic 
Children) ,  Cleveland. 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


NERVOUS  AND    MENTAL 


Clereland  State  Hospital,  Clereland. 

Dr.      McNamara      Sanitarium      Company, 
Clereland. 

Best  Cure  Sanatorium,  Clereland. 

The     Windsor     Hydrlatlc     Institute     Co., 
Clereland. 

Columbus  State  Hospital,  Columbus. 

Institution  for  Feeble-Mlnded,  Columbui. 

MeMllleo  Sanitarium,  Columbus. 

Bodebaugh  Sanatorium,  Columbus. 

Cuyahoga     Falls     Sanlunrlum      Company, 
Cuyahoga  Falls. 

Dayton  State  Hospital,  Dayton. 

Orchard   Springs  Sanitarium,  Dayton. 

Ohio  Hospltel  for  Epileptics  (SUt«),  Oal- 
Uopolls. 

Lima  State  Hospital,  Lima. 

Sawyer  Sanatorium,  Marion. 

Masslllon  State  Hospital,  Masslllon. 

Orient  Branch  of  the  Institution  for  Fee- 
ble-Mlnded. Orient. 

Oxford  Retreat,  Oxford. 

Pines,  Oxford. 

Toledo  Sanitarium,  Toledo. 

Toledo  State  Hospital,  Toledo. 

Columbus  Rural  Rest  Home,  Worthlngton. 
Oklahoma 

Oklahoma  Institute  for  Uie  Feeble-Mlnded 
(State),  Enid. 

Duke  Sanitarium,  Guthrie. 

Central  Oklahoma  State  Hospital,  Norman. 

City-County       Tuberculosis       Sanitarium, 
Oklahoma. 

Western  Oklahoma  Hospital   (State),  Sup- 
ply. 

Eastern  Oklahoma  Hosplul  (State),  Yinlta. 
Oreson 

Eastern  Oregon  State  Hospital,  Pendletgn. 

Dr.  House  Sanatorium,  Portland. 

Momlngaide  Hospital,  Portland. 

Mountain  View  Sanitarium,  Portland. 

Warerlelgh  Sanatorium,  Portland. 

Oregon  State  Hospital,  Salem. 

Oregon  State  Institution  for  Feeble-Mlnded, 
Salem. 
Pennsylvania 

Homeopathic    State    Hoipltal    for    Ioa«ne, 
AUentown. 

Wood  Lea  Sanitarium,  Ardmore. 

Hillside  Home  and   Scranton  Hospital  for 
the  Insane   (Municipal),  Clark's  Summit. 

Bum  Brae  Hospital,  Clifton  Heights. 

Inwood     Sanitarium      (Women),     Consho- 
hocken. 

State  Hospital  for  the  Insane,  DanrUle. 

DIzmont  Hospital  for  the  Insane,  Dlxmont. 

Linden  Sanitarium  (Nerres  only),  Doyles- 
town. 

Eeston  Sanitarium,  Eaaton. 

Chester  County  Hospital  for  Insane,  Em- 
breerUle. 

State  Hospital    for   the    Criminal    Insane, 
Falrriew. 

Harrlitrarg  State  Hospital,  Harrlsburg. 

Blair  County   Hospital   for  Insane,  Holll- 
daysburg. 

Lancaster    County    Hospital    and   Hospital 
for  the  Insane,  Lancaster. 

Engelhardt    Sanatorium,    Lansdale. 

Pennsylvania    Village    for    Feeble-Mtnded 
Women    (State),  Laurelton. 

Mercer  Sanitarium,  Mercer. 

Orarlook  Sanlurlum,  New  Wilmington. 

State  Hospital  for  the  Insane,  Norrlatown. 

Pennaytranla  Epileptic  Boapltal  and  Col- 
ony Farm,  Oakboume. 

Blakely  Home,  Olypbant. 

Bute  Institute  for  Feeble-Mlnded  of  East- 
am  Pennaylrania,  Pennhurst. 

Belle  TUta  Sanatorium,  Philadelphia. 

Byberry     Branch,     Philadelphia     Oaneral 
Hosplul    (Municipal),  Philadelphia. 

Engelhardt  Hospital,  Philadelphia. 

Friends  Hospital,  Frankford,  Philadelphia. 

Kenwood   Sanitarium,  Philadelphia. 

Pennsylranla     Hospital,     Department     of 
Mental  and  Nerrous  Dhieaaes,  Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia  Hospital  for  Mental  Diseases 
(Municipal).  Philadelphia. 

Falrriew  Sanatorium,  Pittsburgh. 

State  Institution  for  the  Feebleminded  of 
Weatem  Pennsylvania,  Polk. 

Hospital  for  Innnne,  Retreat. 

Behuylklll    County    Hospital    for    the    In- 
sane, Schuylkill  Haren. 

Somerset   County   Home  and   Hospital   for 
the  Insane,  Somerset. 

Western  Pennsylvania  Hospital  for  Insane, 
Torrance. 


State  Hospital  for  the  Insane,  Warren. 

Walters   Park   Inn,   WemersvlUe. 

State  Asylum  for  the  Chronic  Insane  of 
Pennsylranla,  WernersvUle. 

Altamont  Sanatorium  and  Rest  Home,  Wil- 
low Grore. 

Allegheny  County  Home  and  Hospital, 
Woodrllle. 

Crest  View  Sanitarium,  Wyncote. 
Rhode  Island  , 

State  Hospital  for  Mental  Diseases,  How- 
ard. 

Butler  Hospital,  Providence. 
South  Carolina 

State  Hospital  for  the  Insane,  Columbia. 

Waverley  Sanitarium,  Columbia. 
South  Dakota 

Canton  Asylum  for  Insane  Indians  (Fed- 
eral), Canton. 

Vanliton  State  Hospital,  Yankton. 
Tennessee 

Eastern  Hospital  for  the  Insane  (State), 
Bearden. 

Western  SUte  Hospital,  Bolivar. 

Dr.  H.  E.  Goetz  Sanitarium,  Fountain 
City. 

Lynnhurst  Sanitarium,  Memphis. 

Wallace  SonunerrlUe  Sanitarium,  Mem- 
phis. 

Central  State  Hosplul,  Nasbrllle. 

City  View  Saniurlum,  B.D.I,  Nashrllle. 

Darldson   County  Hospital,  Na.shvllle. 

Dr.    Douglas    Sanitarium,    Nashrllle. 
Texas 

Oakas  SanlUriinn,  Austin. 

Sute  Lunstic  .Asylum,  Austin. 

Texas  Training  School  for  Defoctlres  and 
Sanitarium  for  Mental  and  Nervous  diseases 
(State),  Austin. 

Tlmberlawn  Saniurlum,  Dallas. 

Arlington  Helghu  Saniurlum,  Fort  Worth. 

Dr.  Greenwood's  Saniurlum,  Houston. 

East  Texas  Hosplul  for  Insane  (Bute), 
Rusk. 

W.  L.  Barker's  Saniurlum,  San  Antonio. 

Dr.  Moody's  Saniurlum.  San  Antonio. 
I        Lakeside  Sanitarium,  San  Antonio. 

Southwestern  Insane  Asylum  (Sute),  Ban 
Antonio. 

North  Texas  Hospital  for  the  Insane 
(State),  Terrell. 

Northwest  Texas   Insane  Asylum    (SUte), 
WIchlu  Falls. 
Utah 

sute  MenUl  Hospital,  Proro. 

.Mountain  View  Sanitarium,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Vermont 

Brattleboro  Retreat,  Brattleboro. 

Lake   View  Sanatorium.   Inc.,   Burlington. 

Vermont   Bute   Hospital   for   the   Insane, 
Waterbury. 
Virdnia 

Oundry  Training  School  for  the  Feeble- 
Mlnded.  Falls  Church. 

Southwestern  State  Hospital,  Marion. 

Gosnold  Sanitarium.  Inc.,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Parker  Sanatorium,  Ocean  View. 

Central  State  Hospital.  Petersburg. 

St.  Albans  SanlUrlum.  Inc.,   Radford. 

Tucker  Sanatorium,  Inc.,  Richmond. 

Westbrook  Sanatorium,   Richmond. 

Western  Sute  Hospital,  Staunton. 

Eastern   SUte   Hosplul,  Williamsburg. 
Waihlnfton 

Western  Bute  Hospital  for  Insane,  Ft 
Stellacoom. 

Eastern  SUte  Hosplul,  Medical  1^\». 

Sute  Custodial  School,  Medical  Lake. 

Puget  Sound  Sanaiorlum,  Puyallup. 

Mason  Home,  Seattle. 

Meadows  Sanatorium  (nerrous).  Seattle. 

Northern  Buu  Hosplul  for  Insane,  Sedro 
WoUey. 
West  VIrilRia 

Huntington   State  Hospital,  Huntlngtoo. 

Sponcer  State  Hospital,  Spencer. 

Weston  sute  B0S..IUI,  Weston. 
Wisconsin 

Chippewa  County  Chronic  Insane  Asylum, 
(Alppewa    Falls. 

Wisconsin  Home  for  Feeble-Mlnded 
(SUte),   Chippewa   Falls. 

Eau  Claire  County  Insane  Asylum,  (SUte 
and  County),   Eau  Claire. 

Walworth  County  Insane  Asylum,  Elkbom. 

United  States  Veterans'  Hospital  No.  86, 
Ft.   Mackenzie. 

Brown  County  Insane  Asylum,  Or««n  Qay. 


Douflas     County     Asylum     for     Chronic 
Insane,  Itasca. 

Bock  County  Asylum,  JanesvlUe. 

Jefferson  County  Insane  Asylum,  Jefferson. 

St.  ColetU  Institute,  Jefferson. 

Home  SanlUrlum,  Juneau. 

Oakwood  Springs  Saniurlum,  Lake  Geneva. 

Grant  County  Asylum.  Lancaster. 

Manitowoc  County  Insane  Asylum,  Mani- 
towoc. 

Wisconsin  Psychiatric  Institute,  Mendota. 

Wisconsin  SUte  HosplUl  for  Insane,  Men- 
doU. 

Dunn  County  Asylum.  Menomonle. 

Sacred   Heart   SanlUrlum,    (Annex),   Mil- 
waukee. 

St.  Mary's  Hill  Sanitarium,  Milwaukee. 

St.  Ooli  County  Asylum,  New  Richmond. 

Oconomowoc  Health  Resort,  Oconomowoc. 

Oconomowoc  SanlUrlum,  Oconomowoc. 

Alexian  Brothers  Hospital,   Oshkosh. 

Marinette    County    Insane    Asylum.    Pesh- 
tlgo. 

Racine  County  Asylum,  Racine. 

Richland    County    Insane    Asylum,    Rich- 
land Center. 

Shawano  County  Insane  Asylum.  Shawano. 

Sheboygan    County    Asylum,    for    Chronic 
Insane,    Sheboygan. 

Monroe   County   Asylum,   Sparta. 

Southern  Wisconsin  Home  for  the  Feeble- 
Mlnded  and  Epileptic   (Sute).  Union  Grove. 

Lutheran    Home    for    Feeble-. Minded    and 
Epileptics,  Watertown. 

Waukesha   County   Insane   Asylum,   Wau- 
kesha. 

Waukesha  Springs  SanlUrlum,  Waukesha. 

Central   State   HospiUl  for  Insane,   Wau- 
pun. 

Marathon     County     Asylum    for     Chronic 
Insane,  Wausau. 

Milwaukee    County    Hospital    for    Mental 
Diseases,  Wauwatosa. 

Milwaukee  Sanitarium,  Wauwatosa. 

WaahlngtOD  County  Asylum,  West  Bend. 

La    Crosse    County    Asylum    for    Insane, 
West  Salem. 

Waupaca  County  Insane  Asylum,   Weyau- 
wega. 

Northern  Hospital  for  the  Insane   (State), 
Winnebago. 

Winnebago  County  Asylum,  Winnebago. 
Wyoming 

Wyoming     Bute     Hospital     for     Insane, 
Evanston. 

Wyoming    State    School    for    Defectives, 
Ijuider. 
Canal  Zona 

Corozal  Hosplul   (Federal),  The  Panama 
Canal. 
Hawaii 

Oahu  Insane  Asylum   (Territorial),  Bono- 
lulu. 
Hawaii 

Home   for   Feeble-Mlnded   Parsons,    Pearl 
City. 
Phllllplnes 

Hosplclo  de  Ban  Jose,  Convalescent  Island, 
Manila. 

San  Lazaro  Hospital,  Manila. 
British  Columbia 

Public    Hosplul    for    the    Insane     (Pro- 
vincial), Essondale. 

Provincial    Mental    Hospital,    New    West- 
minster. 
MssHoba 

Brandon    Hosplul     for    MenUl     Diseases 
(Provincial).    Brandon. 

Hnspiul  for  MenUl  Diseases  (Provincial), 
Selkirk. 

Shoal  Lake  Cottage  Hosplul,  Shoal  Lake. 

Manitoba     Psychopathic     Hospital     (Pro- 
vincial), Winnipeg. 
Ontario 

Simc-oe  Ilall   SanlUrlum    (Nerves),  Barrle 
(Allendale,   P.O.). 

Ontario   nn«pltnl    (Provincial),   Brockvllle. 

Cobourg    Military    Hospital     (Provincial), 
Cobourg. 

Homewood  Sanitarium,  Ouelph. 

Ontario    Hospital    (Mwtal),    (Provincial), 
Hsmiiton,  Ont. 

Ontario  HoaplUI  for  Insane    (Provincial), 
Kingston,  Ont. 

Kllworth      Park      Sanitarium,      Kilwortb 
Bridge  (Kompka  P.O.). 

Ontario     Hospital     (Provincial),     London. 


46 


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SPECIAL    HOSPITALS 


TUBERCULOSIS 


Westminster  Piycbopathte  Hospital  (Pe- 
ptrtment  Soldiers  CItU  Be-Eatabllshment) , 
London. 

Ontario  Hospital    (Prorlnclal).  Mlmlco. 

Hosplul  for  Feeble-Mlnded  (Prorlnclal). 
OrllUa. 

Hospital  for  Insane  (Prorlnclal),  Penetan- 
gulshene. 

Braeslde  Lodge  Sanitarium,  Preston. 

Dr.  Meyers  Neurological  Hospital,  Toronto. 

Ontario  Hospital  (Provincial),  Toronto, 

Hospital    for    Insane     (ProTinclal),    West 
Toronto 
Prince  Edward  Island 

Falconnuod    Hospital    (ProTlnclal),    Ctiar- 
lottetown. 
Quebec 

Beauport  Insane  Asylum  (Prortnclal), 
Beauport. 

Preventorium  St.  Victor,  Beloetl. 

St.  Jean  De  Dlou  Hospital  (Prortnclal), 
Gamelln. 

Villa  Mastal  Sanitarium,  Mastal. 

Protestant  Hospital  for  tbe  Insane  (Pro- 
Tlnclal), Verdun,  Montreal. 

8t.  Benolt-Joseph  Asylum.  Montreal. 

Insane  A.sylum  for  Females  (Provincial), 
St.  Ferdinand. 

Dr.   DeBloia  Sanitarium,  Trols-Blrlera*. 
Saskatchewan 

Saskatchewan    Provincial    Hospital    (Pro- 
vincial), Battleford. 
New  Foundland 

Hospital  for  Insane   (Federal)    St.  Johns. 


12.   ORTHOPEDIC.   49 

See  also  CHILDRE.N'S 
California 

Los    Angeles    Orthopedic   Hospital    School. 
Los   Angelea. 
Connecticut 

Home  for  Crippled  Children,  Newlofton. 
Georgia 

Scottish  Rite  Hospital  for  Crippled  Chil- 
dren, Decatur. 
Illinois 

Home    for    Destitute     Crippled    Children, 
Chicago. 

County   Home   for   Convalescent   Children, 
West  Chicago. 
Iowa 

Ute  Hospital,  Ute. 
Kansas 

West  Side  Hospital  Assn.  Independence. 
Maine 

Children's  Hospital  (Municipal),  Portland. 
Maryland 

Children's  Hospital   School,   Baltimore. 

James     Lawrence     Keman    Hospital    and 
Industrial     School     for    Crippled     Children, 
Baltimore. 
Massachusetts 

Massachusetts    Hospital     School     (State), 
Canton. 
Massachusetts 

Children's  Island  Sanitarium,  Marblehead. 

Devereaux  Mansion.  Marblehead. 

New  England  Peabody  Home  for  Crippled 
Children,  Newton. 
Michigan 

Detroit  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium,  Detroit. 

Michigan     Hospital     School,     Farmlngton 
(Detroit  P.O.). 
Minnesota 

Minnesota     State     Hospital     for    Indicant 
Crippled  and  Deformed  Children,  St.  Paul. 
Missouri 

Westminster  Hospital,  St.  Louis. 
Nebraska 

Nebraska     Orthopedic     Hospital     (State), 
Lincoln. 
New  Jersey 

Children's  Seashore  House,  Atlantic  City. 

Daisy  Field's  Home  and  Hospital  for  Crip- 
pled Children,  Englewood. 

Hospital  and  Home  for  Crippled  Children, 
Newark. 

New  Jersey  Orthopedic  Hospital  and  Dis- 
pensary, Orange. 
New  York 

House  of  St.  Giles  the  Cripple,  Brooklyn. 

Lulu  Thorley  Lyon  Home  for  Crippled  and 
Delicate   Children,   daverack. 

Hospital  for  Joint  Diseases,  New  York. 

New     York     Orthopedic     Dispensary     and 
Hospital,  New  York. 


New  York  Society  for  the  Belief  of  the 
Baptured  and  Crippled,  New  York. 

St  Charles  Hosplul  for  Crippled  Children 
and  Brooklyn  Home  for  Blind  and  Defective 
Children,  Pt.  JelTerson. 

Home  for  Crippled  Children,  Southampton. 

"Bobbins   Nest,"   Tarrytown. 

New  York  SUte  Hospital  for  the  Care  ef 
Crippled  and  Deformed  Children,  West  Hav- 
erstraw. 

New  York  Dispensary  and  Hospital,  Wblta 
Plains. 
North  Carolina 

North    Carolina    Orthopedic    Hospital    for 
Crippled  Children  of  Sound  Minds   (SUte), 
Oastonla. 
Ohio 

Oates  Hospital  for  Crippled  and  Deformwl 
Children,  Elvrla. 

Rainbow   Hospital  for  Crippled  and  Con- 
valescent Children,  South  Euclid. 
Pennsylvania 

Good  Shepherd's  Home,  Allentown. 

Sanatorium  School,  Lansdowne. 

Brown's  Farm,  Phlladalpbla. 

Home  of  the  Merciful  Savior  for  Crippled 
Children.  Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia  Orthopedic  HoapiUl  and  IB- 
flrmary  for  Nervous  Diseases,   Philadelphia. 

Wldener  Memorial  Industrial  Training 
School  for  Crippled  Children,  Philadelphia. 

Industrial    Home    for    Crippled    Children, 
Pltuburgh. 
Tennessee. 

Olppled      Children's      Hospital      School, 
Memphis. 
WMhlniton 

Children's  Orthopedic  Hosplul,  Seattle. 
Ontario 

Orthopedic  Hospital,  Toronto. 


13.   SKIN   AND   CANCER,    IS 
Oatlfomla 

Radium  and  Oncologle  Inttltuta,  Los  An- 
geles. 
Maryland 

The  Howard  A.  Kelly  BosplUl,  Baltlmor*. 
Massachusetts 

Collls   P.    Huntington   Memorial   Hospital, 
Boston. 
Minnesota 

Jordan   Sulphur  Springs   SanlUrium,  Jor- 
dan. 
Missouri 

Barnard  Frea  Skin  and  Cancer  Hospital, 
St.  Louis. 
Nebraska 

The  Radium  Hosplul  of  Omaha,  Omaha. 
New   York 

SUte   Inatltute   for   the    Study    of   Malig- 
nant Diseases,  BuRalo. 

Bosary  HUI  Home,  Hawthorne. 

House  of  Calvary,  New  York. 

Memorial  Hospital,  New  York. 

New  York  Skin  and  Cancer  Hospital,  New 
York. 

St.     Rose's     Free     Home     for     Incurable 
Cancer,  New  York. 

Radium  Institute  of  New  York. 
Pennsylvania 

American  Oncologic  Hosplul,  Philadelphia 

Massey    Hosplul    (Cancer    Only),    Phila- 
delphia. 


14.  SPEECH   DEFECTS   (SCHOOLS)    16 

See  also  DEAF 
Arkansas 

Arkansas  Deaf -Mute  InstltuW  (SUte),  Lit- 
tle Rock. 
Florida 

State  Institution  for  the  Deaf,  Dumb  and 
Blind,  St.  Augustine. 
Maryland 

Maryland  School  for  the  Deaf  and  Dtunb 
(State),  Frederick. 
Massachusetts 

New  England  Home  for  Deaf,  Everett. 
Misslslppi 

Mississippi  Instlute  for  the  Deaf  and  Dumb 
(State),  Jackson. 
Missouri 

Central  Institute  for  the  Deaf,  St.  Loula. 
New  York 

St.  Mary's  Institute  for  the  Improved  Con- 
dition of  Deaf  Mutes,  Buffalo. 


New  York  Institution  for  the  Instruction  of 
the  Deaf  and  Dumb,  New  York. 
North   Carolina 

North   Carolina  School   for  the  Deaf  and 
Dumb  (SUte),  Morganton. 
Oklahoma 

Home  for  Deaf,  Dumb  and  Blind  Colored 
Orphan  Children  (State),  Taft. 
Pennsylvania 

Western  Pennsylvania  Institution  for  Deaf 
and  Dumb,  Pittsburgh. 
South  Dakota 

SUte  School  for  Deaf  Mutes,  Slouz  Falls. 
Tennessee 

Tennessee    School    for    Deaf    and    Dumb 
(State),  KnoxTlUe. 
Texas 

Deaf,  Dumb  and  Blind  Institute  for  Colored 
Youths  of  Teias  (State),  Austin. 
Vermont 

The  Austins  Institution  for  the  Deaf  and 
Dumb,  Brattleboro. 
Ontario 

OnUrlo  Institution  for  the  Education  and 
Instruction  of  the  Deaf  and  Diunb,  Belleville. 


(Fed- 


15.   TUBERCULOSIS.   S77 
Alabama 

Red  MounuUi  Sanitarium,  Birmingham. 

Montgomery       Aoti  -  Tuberculosis       Camp 
(County),  Montgomery. 

Alabama  SUte  Tuberculosis  Hospltsl,  Wa- 
tumpka. 
Arizona 

Navajo  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium  (Federal), 
Ft.   DeOance. 

Desen  Inn  Sanatorium,  Phoenix. 

Maricopa    County    Tubcrculoals    HosplUl. 
Phoenix. 

The  Phoenix  Sanatorium,  Phoenix. 

St.  Joseph's  HospIUI,  Phoenix. 

St.  Luke's  Home,  Phoenix. 

United    States    Indian    SanlUrium 
eral).  Phoenix. 

WlUUms  MesqulU  Camp,  Phoenix. 

Pine  Lawn  Sanatorium,  Prescott. 

Prescott  Cotuge  Sanatorium,  Prescott 

United    Statea    Veterans'    BosplUl    (Fed- 
eral), Prescott 

Pamsetgaar  Sanatoriimn,  Prescott 

St.  Luke's  in  the  Mountains,  Prescott. 

Charity  Tuberculosis  HospiUl  (Municipal), 
Tucson. 

St.  LDke's-ln-tha-Desert  SanlUrium,  Tuc- 
son. 

St.  Mary's  Hospital  and  Sanitarium,  Tuc- 
son. 

Tucson  Arizona  Sanatorium,  Tucson. 

Ft.  Yuma  Sanatorium,  Yuma. 
Arkansas 

Arkansas  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium  (Bute), 
BoonevUIe. 

Sebastian  County  Hospital,  Ft  Smith. 
California 

Ahwahnee  Trl-County  Tuberculosis  Sana- 
torium, Ahwahnee. 

The  Alpine  Sanatorium,  Inc.,  Alpine. 

Dr.    King's    Sanatorium    (also    known    as 
Bannlns  Sanatorium),  Banning. 

Mary  Henderson  Sanatorium,  Banning. 

Southern  Sierras  Sanatorium,  Banning. 

California  Sanatorium,  Belmont. 

Bushnell  Sanatorium,  Colfax. 

Colfax  Hospital,  Colfax. 

Colfax  School  for  the  Tuberculotu,  Colfax. 

Kathramon  Sanatorium,  Colfax. 

Standard  Oil  Company  Sanatorium,  Colfax. 

Jewish    Consumptive     Belief    Sanatorium, 
Ouarta. 

La  Vina  Sanatorium,  La  Vina. 

Arroyo   Sanatorium    (County),   Llvermore. 

Barlow  Sanatorium,  Los  Angeles. 

Oaks  SanlUrium,  Los  Gatos. 

Arequlpa  Sanatorium,  Manor. 

Kalb-Klrschner  CotUges,  Monrovia. 

Monrovia   SanlUrium,    Monrovia. 

Pottenger  Sanatorium  for  Diseases  of  the 
Chest  and  Throat,  Monrovia. 

Mrs.    Everson's    Sanatorium,    Oakland. 

Pine  Crest,  Oakland. 

California     Foresters'     Tubercular     Sani- 
tarium, Pacolma. 
Canyon  Sanatorium,  Redwood  City. 

Griffith  Sanatorium.  Riverside. 

Vauclain  Home    (Tuberculosis  Division  of 
County  Hospital),  San  Dleeo. 

Independent  Order  of  Foresters  Califotnla 
Tubercular  SanlUrium,  San  Fernando. 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


TUBERCULOSIS 


Olive    View    Sanatorium     (County),     San 
Fernando. 

Helios  Sun  Sanitarium,  San  Rafael,  Marin 
County. 

Tuberculosis  Annex,  Soldiers'  Home  (Fed- 
eral), Sawtelle. 

Tulare-Klngt  County  Tubercular  HosplUl, 
Springville. 

Kern     County     Tuberculosis     Sanitarium 
(Stony  Brook  Retreat),  Woodford. 
Colorado 

Eben-Ezer  Mercy  Institute,  Brush. 

Cragmor  Sanatorium,  Colorado  Springs. 

Creston      Heights      Sanitarium.      Colorado 
Springs. 

Idlewold  Sanitarium,  Colorado  Springs. 

Nob     Hill     Lodge     Sanatorium,     Colorado 
Springs. 

Star  Ranch  In  the  Fines  Sanatorium,  Colo- 
rado Springs. 

Sunnyrest  Sanatorium,  Colorado  Springs. 

Union    Printers    Home    and    Tuberculosis 
Sanitarium,  Colorado  Springs. 

Agnes  Memorial  Sanatorium,  Denver. 

Bethesda  Sanatorium,  Denver. 

National    Jewish    Hospital    for    Consump- 
tives, Denver. 

Oakes  Home,  Denver. 

Sanatorium    of    the   Jewish    Consumptives' 
Relief  Society.  Edgewatcr. 

Swedish  National  Sanatorium   for  Tuber- 
culosis, Englewood. 

Mt.  Calm  Sanatorium,  Manitou. 

Evangelical  Lutheran  Sanitarium.   Wheat- 
ridge. 

Modem  Woodmen  of  America  Sanatorium, 
Woodman. 
Connecticut 

Gaylord  Farm  Sanatorium,  Cook  Hill. 

Hartford    State  Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Hartford. 

Wildwood  Sanatorium,  Hartford. 

Meridan    State    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Uerlden. 

Dr.  Brooks'  Sanatorium,  New  Canaan. 

United   States   Veterans'  Hospital  No.   41, 
New  Haven. 

The  Seaside  Tuberculous  Children  (State), 
Niantic. 

Norwich    State    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Norwich. 

Sbelton    State    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Sbelton. 
Oolawars 

Brandywine  Sanatorium.  Marshallton. 

Edgewood    Sanitarium    (State),    Marshall- 
ton. 
District  of  Columbia 

Tuberculosis    Hospital    of   the   District    of 
Columbia   (Municipal),  Washington. 
GMffia 

Pine  Ridge  Sanitarium,  Atlanta. 

■State  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium,  Alto. 

Battle  Hill  Sanatorium,  Atlanta. 

tieorgla     State     Penitentiary     Tubercular 
Hospital.  MUledgevUle. 
Idaho 

Ft.      Lapwal      Tuberculosis      Sanatorium 
Sctiiiol  (Federal),  Lapwal. 
Illinoli 

Kane    County    Spring    Brook    Sanatorium, 
Aurora. 

Chicago  Fre.sh-AIr  Hospital.  Chicago. 

Chicago  Home  for  Incurables.  Chicago. 

Chicago     Municipal     Tuberculosis     Sani- 
tarium.  Chicago. 

Cook       County       Tuberculosis       Hospital, 
Chicago. 

Home  for  Destitute  Crippled  Children,  Chi- 
cago. 

Ottawa   Tuberculosis    Colony,   Chicago 
Harrison  Tuberculosis  Colony.  Collinsville. 
Ridge  Farm  Preventorium,  B.l,  Deerflrld. 

Oaklawn  Sanatorium  (Morgan  County  Tu- 
berculosis Sanatorium).  Jacksonville. 

Will     County     Tuberculosis     Sanatorium. 
Jollet. 

Oak  Knoll.  Tazewell  County   Tuberculosis 
Sanatorium,   Mackinaw. 

Woodford      County      Tuberculosis      Sani- 
tarium. .MInonk. 

Edward   Sanatorium,  Napervllle. 

Falrview     Sanatorium      (McLean     County 
Tuberculosis  Sanatorium).  Normal. 

Cook   County    Inflrmary    and   Tuberculosis 
Hospital,  Oak  Forest. 

L«  Salle  County  Tuberculosis  Sanitarium. 
Ottawa. 
Ottawa  Tuberculosis  Colony,  Ottawa. 


Peoria  Municipal  Tuberculosis  Sanita- 
rium.   Peoria. 

Livingston  County  Sanatorium,  Pontiac. 
Adams    County    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Quincy. 
St.  John's  Sanitarium,  Riverton. 
Rockford  Municipal  Sanitarium,  Rockford. 
Mimicipal   Tuberculosis    Sanitarium.    Rock 
Island. 

Homestead.  Hospital  Department  of  the 
Palmer  Tuberculosis  Sanatoria,  The.  Sprlng- 
neld. 

Springfield  Open-Alr  Colony  (The  Palmer 
Tuberculosis  Sanatoria),  Springfield. 

Champaign  County  Tuberculosis  Sani- 
tarium, Crbana. 

Chicago-Wlnfleld  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium. 
Winfleld. 
Indiana 

Madison    County    Tuberculosis    Crusaders. 
Anderson. 
Boehne  Camp   (County).  Evansville. 

Irene  Byron  Tuberculosis  Sanitarium 
(County),    Ft.    Wayne. 

Indianapolis  Free  Tuberculosis  Colony, 
Indianapolis. 

Sunnyslde     Sanatorium     (County).     Oak- 
landon. 
Indiana    State    Sanatorium.    Rockvllle. 
Beaithwln    Hospital     (St.    Joseph    County 
Tuberculosis  Hospital),   South  Bend. 

Sac    and    Fox    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium 
(Federal),  Toledo. 
Iowa 

Pine  Knoll  Sanitarium  (County),  Daven- 
port. 

Sunny    Crest    Sanatorium     (County).    Du- 
buque. 
Boulder  Lodge  Sanatorium,  Ft.  Dodge. 
State    Sanitarium    for    the    Treatment    of 
Tuberculosis.    Oakdale. 

Sunny  Slope  Sanatorium  (Wapello 
County  Tuberculosis  Santorlum),  Ottumwa. 
Kansas 

State   Sanatorium   for   Tuberculosis,  Nor- 
ton. 
Topeka  Tuberculosis  Hospital,  Topeka. 
Eedgwick     County     Tuberculosis     Sanato- 
rium. WlchlU. 
Kentucky 

Henderson    County    Tuberculosis   Hospital, 
Henderson. 
Blue   Grass   Sanatorium,   R.D.,  I^xlngton. 
Blue    Crass    Sanatorium     (County).    I.ex- 
Ington 

State  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium.  Ix>uisvllle. 
Highland     Sanatorium     (Municipal),     Pa- 
durab. 

.McCracken     County     Tuberculosis     Sana- 
torium. Paducah. 
Cumberland    Sanatorium,    Somerset. 
Waverly     Hill     Sanatorium     (County     and 
Municipal),   Valley   Station. 
Louiilana 

United  States  TMerans'  Hospital  No.  27, 
Alexandria. 

Dradon  Tuberculoals  Sanatorium,  Corlng- 
ton. 

Greenwood  Sanatorium,  Greenwood. 
Camp    Hygela,    Orleans    Antl-Tubereulosls 
League,  Hygela. 
Main* 
The  Bangor  Sanatorium,  Bangor. 
Maple  Crest  Sanatorium,  East  Parannsfleld 
Central   Maine   Sanatorium    (Slate),   Fair- 
field. 

Western  Maine  Sanatorium  (State),  Heb- 
ron, 

Andmsroggin  Antl-tuberculosIs  Associa- 
tion (Seml-Publlc),  LewLiton. 

.Vorthern       Maine       Sanatorium       (State), 
Presque  Isle. 
Maryland 

Jewish  Home  for  Cnnsumptlvea,  ML  Pleas- 
ant Sanitarium,  Relsteratown. 

Maryland  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium,  Slate 
Sanatorium. 

Hospital    for    Consumptives    of    Maryland 
(Eudownod    Sanitarium),   Towson. 
Maitachuittts 

Briston  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital,  At- 
tlehoro. 

Boston  Sanatorium  (Municipal),  Boston. 
Channlng  Home,  Boston. 
Millet  Sanatorium,  East  Bridgewater. 
I^rendergast  Preventorium,  Boston. 
Board    of    Health    Hospital     (Municipal), 
Brookllne. 

Cambridge  Tuberculosis  Hospital  (Munici- 
pal and  State),  Cambridge. 


Holy  Ghost  Hospital  for  Incurables.  Cam- 
bridge. 

Health  Department  Hospital,  Chlcopee. 
Bay  View  Hospital  (Municipal).  Fall  River. 
Burbank  Hospital  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium, 
Fitchburg. 

McBrlde  Cottage  Sanatorium.  Olcnwood. 
Haverhill  Sanatorium  (Municipal),  Haver- 
hill. 

Hampshire    County    Sanatorium,    Hayden- 
vilie. 

Holyoke  Sanatorium  (Municipal).  Hclyoke. 
Lawrence    Tuberculosis   Hospital    (.Munici- 
pal), Lawrence. 

Lowell     Isolation     Hospital      (Municipal), 
Lowell. 

Lynn   Tuberculosis    Sanatorium    and   Hos- 
pital  (Municipal),  Lynn. 
Glenrock  Hospital,  Maiden. 
Essex  Sanatorium,  Mlddlcton. 
Lakevllle  State  Sanatorium,  Mlddleboro. 
Sass.iquln  Sanatorium,  New  Bedford. 
North    Reading    State    Sanatorium,    North 
Reading. 

Tuberculosis    Hospital    and    Coolldge    Me- 
morial Home,  Plttsfleld. 
Barnstable  County  Sanatorium.  Pocasset. 
Rutland  State  Sanatorium,  Rutland. 
Summit  Cottage.  Rutland. 
Wachusett  Cottage,  Rutland. 
Health  Department  Hospital  for  Contagious 
Diseases,  Salem. 
Sharon  Sanatorium,  Sharon. 
Norfolk  County  Hospital,  South  Bralnlree. 
Children's     Camp      (Bone     Tuberculosis), 
South  Dartmoutli. 

City  of  Somerville  Contagious  Disease  Hos- 
pital   (Municipal),  Somerville. 

Plymouth  County  Hospital,  South  Hanson. 
Health    Department    Hospital     (Municlpl), 
Springfield. 

State    Inflrmary    (Special    Department    for 
Tuberculosis  Cases),  Tewksbury. 

Westfield  State  Sanatorium,  Woslfirld. 
Braewood  Hoapltal,  West  Gloucester. 
Frederick    S.     Coolldge    Memorial     Home, 
West  Plttsfleld. 

Prison  Camp  and  Hospital   (State),  Weet 
Rutland, 
MIehltan 

Roosevelt  American  Legion  Hospital,  Bat- 
tle Creek. 

Wexford  County  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium. 
Cadillac. 
Detroit  Tuberculoals  Sanatorium,  Detroit. 
Herman  Klefer  Hospital    (Municipal),  De- 
troit. 

Klotse  Hospital  and  Infirmary.  Elolse. 
Genesee  County  Inflrmary.  Flint 
Grand     Rapids     Tuberculosl.^     Sanatorium 
(Municipal),  Grand  Kaplds. 

Houghton  County  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium, 
Houghton. 

Michigan   State   Sanatorium   for  Tubercu- 
losis, Howell. 

Jackson     Coimty     Tuberculosis     Hospital, 
Jackson. 

Falrmount  Hospital   (County),  Kalamazoo. 
Ingham  Sanitarium    (County),  loosing 
Schoolcraft     County     Tuberculosis     Sana- 
torium. Manistlque. 

Morgan    Holghts    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium 
(County).   Morqucttc. 
Wooillawn   Hospital,  Muskegon. 
Detroit     Municipal     Tuberculosis    Sanato- 
rium, Northvllle. 

Ontonagon    County    Tuberculosis    Sanato- 
rium, Ontonagon. 
Pine  Crest  Sanatorium,  Oslitemo, 
Tuberculosis  Hospital,  Pontiac. 
Delta-Menominee       County       Sanatorium, 
Powers. 

Saginaw    County     Tuberculosis     nisplial. 
Saginaw. 
MInnasota 

Minnesota  State  Sanatorium  fur  >  oriMunp- 
tlves,  Ah-gwah-Chlng. 

Ottertall  County  Sanatorium,  Battle  Lake. 
Mineral  Springs  Sanatorium,  Cannon  Falls. 
Sunnyrest   Sanatorium    (County),   Crooks- 
ton. 

Dcerwood  Sanatorium   (County) .  Deerwood. 
Riverside    Sanatorium    (County),    Granite 
Falls. 

Sand    Beach    Sanatorium    (County),    Lake 
Park. 

Camp    for   Tuberculosis  Children    VlaUIng 
.Nurse  Camp,  Minneapolis. 


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SPECIAL    HOSPITALS 


TUBERCULOSIS 


Hopewell  Hospital    (Municipal),  Minneap- 
olis. 

Lymanhurst  Hospital  School    (Municipal), 
Minneapolis. 

Thomas  Tubercular  Hospital,  Minneapolis. 

Nopeming  Sanatorium  (County),  Nopeming. 

Glen  Lake  Sanatorium    (Hennepin  County 
Tuberculosis  Sanatorium),  Oak  Terrace. 

TokeKama  Sanatorium,  Pokegama. 

Lake      Julia      Tuberculosis       Sanatorium 
(County),  Puposky. 

Oronoco  Sanatorium.  Rochester. 

Oakland  Park  Sanatorium  (County),  Thief 
River  Fails. 

The    Children's    Prerentorlum    of    Ramsey 
County,  St.  Paul. 

Fair    Oaks    Lodce    SaiMtorlum    (County), 
Wadena. 

Buena    Vista    Sanatorium    (County),    Wa- 
basha. • 

Southnrestem       Minnesota       Tuberculosis 
.Sanatorium,  Worthington. 
MlMlssippl 

MlMlsslppl  State  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium, 
Ma^et*. 
Missouri 

.lewi.sh  Sanatc'rium.  Anelum. 

Hadley   Hospital    (Tuberculosis  Branch   of 
State  Hospital  No.  1),  Kulton. 

Robert  Koch  Hospital  (Municipal).  Koch. 

Kansas  City  Tuberculosis  Hospital  (.Munici- 
pal), Leeds. 

Missouri  State  San.-itorium  for  Uie  Treat- 
ment of  Incipient  Tuberculosis,  Mt.  Vernon. 

Mt.  St.  Rose  Sanatorium,  St.  Louis. 

United  SUtea  Marine  Hospital  No.  18,  8L 
Louis. 

Jasper  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital,  Webb 
City. 
Montana 

Montana    State    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Deer  I,odi!e. 
Nebraska 

Nebraska  State  Sanatorium,  Kearney. 
New  Hampshire 

New    Hampshire    State    Sanatorium,    Glen- 
cUIT. 

Pembroke  Sanatorium,   Pembroke. 
New  Jersey 

Allenwood     Sanatorium     and     Monmouth 
County  Hospital  for  Tuberculosis,  Allenwood. 

Sunny  Rest  Sanatorium,  Ancora. 

Essex     Counlv    Tuberculosis    Sanatorium, 
Belleville. 

Brown's   Mills   Sanatorium.   Brown's   Mill* 
In   the  Pijics    (Brown   Mills   P.O.). 

The  Pines,  Chalswortb. 

■Tuberculosis    Preventorium    for    Children, 
Farmirigdale. 

New    Jersey    Sanatorium    for   Tuberculosla 
Diseases  (State),  Glen  Gardner. 

Shungbum  Sanatorium    (County),   Morris- 
town. 

Fairvlew    Sanatorium    (Burlington    County 
Tuberculosis  Sanatorium),  New  Lisbon. 

Bergen     County     Communicable     Disease 
Hospital,  Oradeil. 

Passaic     Isolation     Hospital     (Municipal), 
Passaic. 

Paterson    Isolation    Hospital    (Municipal), 
Paterson. 

Atlantic  County  Hospital  for  Tuberculosis 
Diseases,    Pleasantville. 

Bonnie       Burn       Sanatorium       (County). 
Scotch   Plains. 

Hudson  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital  and 
Sanatorium.   Sec.iucus. 

Municipal    Colony,    Trenton. 

Essex     Mountain     Sanatorium      (County). 
Verona. 
New  Mexleo 

Albuquerque  Sanatorium,  Albuquerque. 

The    E.    S.    Marshall    Sanatorium,    Albu- 
querque. 

Methodist    Deaconess    Sanatorium,    Albu- 
querque. 

Miramontes  On  The  Mesa.  Albuquerque. 

Murphy  Sanatorium  for  the  Treatment   vt 
Tuberculosis,  Albuquerque. 

Southwestern     Presbyterian     Sanatorium, 
Albuquerque. 

St.  Joseph's  Sanatorium  and  Hospital,  Al- 
buquerque. 

Las  Vegas  Hospital.  East  Las  Vegss. 

United     States     Veterans'     Hospiwl,     Ft. 
Bayard. 

United      States      Marine      Hospital.      Ft. 
Stanton, 


Laguna  Sanatorium  for  Tuberculosis  In- 
dians   (Federal),  LaEuna. 

St.  Mary's  Hospital,  Rosweil. 

Sunmount   Sanattirium,  Santa   Fe. 

New  Mexico  Cottage  Sanatorium,  Bllrer 
City. 

Valmora  Industrial  Sanatorium,  Talmora. 
New  York 

Central  Federation  of  Labor  Tuberculosis 
Pavilion,  Albany. 

.Montgormery  Sanatorium  (County),  Am- 
sterdam. 

Sunny  Crest  Sanatorium  (Municipal). 
Auburn. 

Pleasant  Valley  Sanatorium  (Tuberculo- 
sis  Hosplul  of   Steuben   County),   Bath. 

Monteflore  Home  Country  Sanitarium,  Bed- 
ford Hills. 

Brooklyn  Home  for  ConsumptlTes,  Brook- 
lyn. 

Day  Camp  Rutherford  (Municipal), 
Brooklyn, 

Sea  Breeze  Hospital,  Coney  Island.  Brook- 
lyn. 

Newton    Memorial    Hospital,    Cassadaga. 

Broome  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital, 
Chenango  Bridge. 

Clinton  Prison.   General  and  Tuberculosis 

(State).    Dannemora. 

Delaware  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital. 
Delhi. 

Sun  Cure  Sanatorium,  Inc.,  East  Aurora. 

Chemung  Sanatorium  (Chemung  County 
Tuberculosis  Hospital),    Elmira. 

Nassau   County  Sanatorium,  Farmlngdale. 

Sanatorium  Gabriels,  Gabriels. 

Summit  View  Sanatorium  (County), 
Gloversviile. 

Blythdale  Home  for  Convalescent  Tuberc- 
ular  Crippled   Children,   Hawthorne. 

Oak  .Mount  Sanatorium  (Ontario  County 
Tuberculosis  Hospital),  Holoomb. 

Suffolk  Sanatorium  (Suffolk  County  Tu- 
berculosis Hospital),  Holtsvllle. 

Ulster  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital, 
Kingston. 

Stony  Wold  Sanatorium,   Lake   Kushaqua. 

O'Donnell  CotUge.  Liberty. 

Wilkinson  House  (Mrs.  Ford'.s  Nuraing 
Home  for  Tuberfulosis),  Liberty. 

Workmen's  Circle  Sanatorium,  Liberty. 

Niagara    Sanatorium    (County).    Lockport. 

Loomls  Sanatorium,  Loomls. 

Medford  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium,  Med- 
ford  Station. 

Saratoga  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital. 
Middle    Gn-ve. 

.Metropolitan  Life  Insurance  Comp.tny 
Sanatorium,  Mt.  McGregor. 

Otsego  County  Sanatorium.  Mt.  Vision. 

Estello  and  Walter  C.  Odell  Memorial 
Sanatorium   for  Tuberculosis,  Newburgh. 

Camp  Bealtbmnre.  New  Hartford. 

Edith  (iUi\>  Kimball  .Memorial  (formerly 
Bellevue  Settlement  House),  New  York. 

Hospital  and  House  of  Rest  for  Consump- 
tives, New  York. 

Monteflore  Hospital  for  Chronic  Diseases, 
New  York. 

Riverside  Hospital  (Annex)  (.Municipal). 
New   York. 

Scton  Hospital.  New  York. 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital  for  Consumptives 
New  York. 

Victoria  Apartments  Home  Hospital  ol 
A.  I.  C.   P.,  New  York. 

Rocky  Crest  Sanatorium   (County).  Olean. 

Municipal  Sanatorium  of  the  Department 
of  Health,  Otlsvjlle. 

J.  N.  Adams  Memorial  Hospital,  Perrys- 
burg. 

Columbia  Sanatorium  (County),  Phil- 
mont. 

Samuel  W.  Bowne  Memorial  Hospital. 
Poughkeepsie. 

Rainbow  Sanatorium,  Rainbow  Lake. 

New  Y'ork  State  Hospital,  Ray  Brook. 

Oswego    County    Sanatorium,    Richland. 

Monroe  County  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium, 
Rochester. 

Pine  Crest  Sanatorium,   Salisbury  Center. 

Vacation  Home  for  Tuberculosis  Working 
Girls,    Santa    Clara. 

The  Anna  Wood  Pearson  Cottage,  Sara- 
nac  Lake. 

Reception  Hospital.  Saranae  Lake. 

St.  Mary's  of  the  Lake.  Saranae  Lake. 

Glenrldge         Saniurium  (Schenectady 

County  Tuberculosis  Hospital),  Schenectady. 

Brookside  Crest  Sanitarium  (County), 
Sherburne. 


Sea  Ttaw  HoiplUl  (City),  Staten  Island. 

Rockland  County  Tuberculosis  Hospi- 
tal, Summit  Park. 

Onondaga   Sanatorium,    Syracuse. 

Tompkins  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital, 
Taughannock  Falls. 

Tnideau  Sanatorium,  Trudeau. 

Jefferson  County  Tuberculosis  Sanitarium, 
Watertown. 

Sea  View  Hospital,  West  New  Brighton, 
Stalen   Island. 

8L  Anthony's  Hospital,  Woodhaven. 

Pawling    Saniurium    (County),    Wynanu- 

Spraln  Ridge  Hospital,  Tonkers. 
North  Carolina 

Ambler  Heights  Sanitarium,  Asbevtlle. 

Edgewood  Cottage.   .Vshevllle. 

ratrrlew    Cottage    Sanitarium,    Ashevliie. 

The  Pines  Sanatorium,  Ashevliie. 

St.  Joseph's  Sanatorium,  Asherllle. 

Slonehedce  Sanitarium,  Ashevliie. 

Strawberry    Hill    Sanatorium,  Ashevliie. 

Sunset  Lodge,  Ashevliie. 

Wlnyab  Sanatorium  (operated  by  Von 
Ruck  Memorial  Sanatorium,  Inc.),  Ashevliie. 

Swanaaoa  BUI  Saniurium.   BUtmore. 

Cragmont  Sanatorium,   Black  MounUln. 

Brookside   Camp,   Highlands. 

Samarcand  Manor,  Samarcand. 

North  Carolina  Sanatorium  for  the  Treat- 
ment  of   Tuberculosis    (State).    Sanatorium. 

Red  Cross  HoeplUI  for  Tuberculosis, 
R.D.,  Wilmington. 

Forsyth  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital, 
Winston -Salem. 

Montrose  Tubercular  SanlUrlum,  Weaver- 
vllle. 
North  Dikou 

North    DakoU    SUte    Tuberculosis    Sanl- 
torlum,  Dunselth. 
Ohio 

Mahoning   County   Home,   Canfleld. 

Mt.  Logan  Sanatorium  (County),  Chllll- 
cothe. 

Cincinnati  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium 
(County),  Price  HIII,  Cincinnati. 

Kroger  Hills  Camp  for  Anaemic  Children 
(Cincinnati  Anti-Tuberculosis  L,eague),  Cin- 
cinnati. 

Bockhlll    Sanatorium,    R.D.10,    Cincinnati. 

Cleveland  City  HosplUl  (Annex),  Cleve- 
land. 

Franklin  County  Sanatorium,  Columbus. 

Dr.  Hatcher's  Private  Hosplul.   Dayton. 

Stillwater    SanlUrlum    (County),    Dayton. 

Springfield  Lake  Sanatorium  (County). 
East   Akron. 

County    Tuberculosis    Hospital,    Hamilton. 

District    Tuberculosis    Hospital,    Lima. 

Rocky  Glen  Sanatorium,  .McConnelsville. 

Ohio   Stste  Sanatorium.    .Mt.    Vernon. 

DLstrlct  Tuberculosis  Hospital,  Sprlngflelil. 

Lucas  County  Tuberculosis  Hosp.,  Toledo. 

Cleveland    .Municipal    Tuberculosis    Sana- 
torium,   Warrensvllle. 
Oklahoffla 

Boley  Sute  Tuberculosis  SanlUrlum. 
Boley. 

Western  Oklahoma  State  Tuberculosis 
Sanatorium,   Clinton. 

Oklahoma  Cottage  Sanatorium,  Oklahoma. 

Eastern      Oklahoma     State      Tuberculosis 
Sanatorium,   Tallblna. 
Cretan 

Portland  Open  Air  Sanatorium,  Mllwaukle. 

Pierce  Sanatorium,  Portland. 

Oregon       State      Tuberculosis      Hospital, 
Salem. 
Pennsylvania 

Devitt's  Camp  for  Tuberculosis  (Munici- 
pal), Allenwood. 

Bon  Air  Sanatorium,  Bells  Camp. 

Pennsylvania  State  Sanatorium  for  Tu- 
berculosis,  Cresson. 

Eaglerllle  Sanatorium  for  Consumptives, 
Eaglevllle. 

Louise  Home,  Erie. 

Hamburg    State    Sanatorium,    Hamurp. 

Country  Branch  of  Rush  Hospital  for  Con- 
sumption and  Allied  Diseases,  Malvern. 

Pennsylvania  State  Sanatorium  for  Tu- 
berculosis  No.    1,  Mont   Alto. 

River   Crest   Prevention,   Mont   Clare. 

Dermady  Cottage  Sanatorium,  Morton. 

Grandview  Institution,  Oil  City. 

Henry  Phlpps  Institute  for  the  Study  and 
Prevention   of  Tuberculosis,    Pblladelphia. 

Home  for  Consumptives,  Philadelphia. 

Lucian   Moss  Home.  Philadelphia. 


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AMERICAN    MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


TRACHOMA 


Rush  Hospital  for  Consumption  and  Allied 
Diseases,  rhlladelphla. 

Leech  Farm  Sanatorium  (City  Tuberculo- 
sis Hospital),  Pittsburgh. 

Tuberculosis  League  Hospital,  Pittsburgh. 

Neverslnk  Mountain  Tuberculosis  Sana- 
torium (operated  by  Berks  County  Tuber- 
culosis  Society),  Reading. 

Scranton  Society  for  the  Prevention  and 
Cure   of   Consumptives    (Coimty).    Scranton. 

Clalr  Mont  Sanatorium,  White  Haven. 

Fern  Cliff  Sanatorium,  White  Haven. 

Hamilton  Cottage  Sanitarium,  White 
Haven. 

Hill   Crest  Sanatorium,   White   Haven. 

Sunnyrest  Sanatorium,  VMilt*  Haven. 

White   Haven   Sanatorium    (Free   Hospital 
for  Poor  Consumptives),  White  Haven. 
Rhode  Island 

Crawford  Allen  Memorial  Hospital  (Sum- 
mer months  only),  Rhode  Island  Hospital 
Annex,  East  Greenwich. 

St.  Joseph's  Sanitarium  (Branch  of  St. 
Joseph's  Hospital),  Hlllsgrove. 

Lakeside  Home  and  Lakeside  Preventorium, 
Hoxsle. 

Providence  City  Hospital  (Annex),  Provi- 
dence. 

Rhode   Island    State   Sanatorium,   Wallum 
Lake. 
South  Carolina 

Aiken  Cottages,  Aiken. 

Hopewell  Sanatorium,  Greenville. 

United  States  Veterans'  Hospital  No.  !6, 
Greenville. 

Providence  Hospital,   Spartenburg. 

Palmetto  Sanatorium  (For  Negroes),  State 
Park. 

South  Carolina  Sanatorium   (For  Whltea), 
State  Park. 
South  Dakota 

South  Dakota  State  Sanatorium  for  Tuber- 
culosis, Custer. 

Black  Mountain  Sanitarium  (Federal),  Hot 
Springs. 
Tennessee 

Pine  Breeze  Sanitarium,  Chattanooga. 

Davidson  County  Tuberculosis  Hospital, 
Nashville. 

Oakvllie  Memorial  Sanatorium,  Oakville. 

International  Printing  Pressmen  and  As- 
sistants' Union  Sanatorium,  Pressmen's 
Home. 

Watauga  Sanitarium,  Rldgetop. 
Texas 

St.  Mary's  Sanitarium,  Boeme. 

Woodiawn  Sanatorium,  Dallas. 

El  Paso  Sanatorium,  El  Paso. 

Gammons  Sanatorium  (Formerly  Wiley 
Sanatorium) ,  El  Paso. 

Hendricks-Laws  Sanatorium,  El  Paso. 

Homan  Sanatorium,  El  Paso. 

Long's   Sanitarium,   El   Paso. 

Southern  Baptist  Sanatorium,  El  Paso. 

Sunny  Crest  Sanatorium,  El  Paso. 

Houston  Tuberculosis  Hospital  (County), 
Houston. 

Hill  Crest  Sanatorium,  Kerrvllle. 

Thompson  Sanatorium,  Kerrvllle. 

The  Comlck  Sanitarium,  San  Angelo. 

San  Angelo  Sanatorium  for  Tuberculosis 
San  Angelo. 
Southwest  Sanatorium,  San  Angelo. 
Dr.  Farmer's  Sanatorium,  San  Antonio. 
Grace  Lutheran  Sanatorium  for  Tubercu- 
losis, San  Antonio. 

State  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium,  Sanato- 
rium. 

Von  Ormy  CotUge  SanlUrtum  for  Tuber- 
culosis, Von  Ormy. 
Vermont 

Washington  County  Hosplul  (County  and 
State),  Barre. 


Vermont  Preventorium,  Essex  Center  (Es- 
sex P.O.). 

Vermont  Sanatorium   (State),  Plttsford. 
Virginia 
Pine  Camp  Sanatorium,  Brook  Hill. 
Piedmont  Sanatorium    (State),  Burkevllle. 
Children's    Summer    Camp    of    the    Antl- 
Tuberculosls  League  of  Norfolk,  Cape  Henry. 
Catawba     Sanatorium     (State),     Catawba 
Sanatorium. 

Blue    Ridge    Sanatorium     (Sute),    Char- 
lottesville. 
Hilltop  Sanatorium,  Danville. 
City  Home  Hospital  (Tuberculosis  Annex), 
Richmond. 

Mount  Regis  Sanatorium,  Salem. 
Washington 
Oakhurst  Sanatorium  (County),  Elma. 
Mountain     View     Sanatorium      (County), 
Lake  View. 

Flrland    Sanatorium     (Municipal),    Rich- 
mond Highlands. 
Laurel  Beach  Sanitarium,  Seattle. 
Aldercrest    Sanatorium    (County),    Snoho- 
mish. 

Edgecllfr  Sanatorium   (County),  Spokane. 
United   States   Veterans'   Hospital  No.  85, 
Walla  Walla. 
West  Virginia 
Hill  Crest  Sanatorium,  Charleston. 
State    Colored    Tuberculosis     Sanitarium, 
Denmar. 

State  Tuberculosis  Sanitarium,  Hopemont. 
Wisconsin 

Mt.  Washington  Sanatorltuu  (County),  Bau 
Claire. 

Wlllowbrook  Sanatorium  (Kenosha  County 
Sanatorium),  Kenosha. 

Forest  Lawn  Sanatorium  (County),  Jeffer- 
son. 

RIvervlew     Sanatorium     (County),     Uttla 
Chute. 
Mornlngslde  Sanatorliun,  Madison. 
Oak    Forest    Sanitarium     (County),     On- 
alaska. 
Oak  Sanatorium  (County),  Pewaukee. 
Pureair     Sanatorium     (County),     Pureair 
(Bayfield  P.O.). 
Sunny  Rest  Sanatorium   (County),  Racine. 
Wisconsin  State  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium, 
Statesan. 

River  Pines  Sanatorium,  R.D.I,  Stevens 
Point, 

Tomahawk  Lake  Camp  for  Tuberculosis 
(State),  Tomahawk  Lake. 

"Mount  View,"  Marathon  County  Tuber- 
culosis Sanatorium,  Wausau. 

Mulrdale  Sanatorium  for  the  Treatment  of 
Tuberculosis   (County),  Wauwatosa. 

Hickory  Grove  Sanatorium  (Stats  and 
County),  West  Depere. 

Sunny  View  Sanatorium  (Winnebago 
County  Sanatorium),  Winnebago. 

Maple  Crest  Sanitarium   (County),  White- 
law, 
Hawaii 
Kula  Sanitarium,  Kula. 
Leahl  Home,  KaimukI,  nonolulu 
Makawell  Hospital.  Makawcll. 
Pahala    Hospital     (Hawaiian    Agricultural 
Company),  Pahala. 

Puumalle  Home  for  Tuberculosis  (Con- 
trolled by  Territorial  Board  of  Health), 
Honolulu. 

Samuel  Mahelona  Memorial  Hospital,  Ka- 
paa. 

Walalua  Hospital,  Walalua. 
Pliillppine  Islands 
Han  Lazaro  Hospital,  Manila. 
San    Juan    Tuberculosis    Camp    snd    Hos- 
pital, San  Juan. 


Santol   Tuberculosis   Colony,   Blzal   Prov- 
ince. 
Porto  Rico 

Hospital  for  Consumptives  and  Aged  Per- 
sons, Yauco. 
Alberta 

Central  Alberta  Sanatorium  (Department 
of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establlshment),  Cal- 
gary. 

Mountain  View  Hospital,  Calgary. 
British  Columbia 

Sunnyriew  Sanatorium,  Kamloops. 

Tranquiile  Sanatorium  (Provincial),  Tr&a- 
quIUe. 
Ontario 

Brant  Sanatorium,  Brantford. 

Freeport  Sanatorium,  Kitchener. 

Essex  County  Sanatorium.  KingsviUe. 

Mountain  Sanatorium,  Hamilton.  , 

Calydor  Sanatorium,  Gravcnhurst. 

Queen  Alexandra  Sanatorium,  London. 

Royal  Ottawa  Sanatorium  (Municipal), 
Ottawa. 

Sir  Oliver  Mowat  Memorial  Sanatorium 
(Department  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establlah- 
nient),  Portsmouth. 

.Muskoka  Cottage  Sanitarium,  Sanitarium. 

Muskoka  Hospital  for  Consumptives,  Sani- 
tarium. 

St.  Catherines  Tuberculosis  Sanitarium, 
Sanitarium. 

The  Preventorium,  Toronto. 

King  Edward  Sanatorium  for  Consump- 
tives, Weston. 

Queen  Mary  Hosplul  for  ConaumptlTs 
Children,  Weston. 

Toronto   Hospital   for  Consumptives    (For- 
merly Toronto   Free  Hospital   for  Consump- 
tives), Weston. 
Nov*  Scotia 

Our  Lady  of  Lourdei  Sanatorium  for  Tu- 
l)erculoals,  Stellarton. 
Prince  Edward  Island 

Charles    Dalton    Sanatorium,    North    Wll- 
sblre. 
Quebee 

Lake  Edward  Sanatorium  (Provincial) . 
Lake  Edward. 

Grace  Dart  Home  for  Destitute  Incursbles, 
Montreal. 

Laurentlan  Sanatorium  (Department  Sol- 
diers' Civil  Re-establlshment).  Sto.  Agatbe 
des  Monts. 

Mt.    Slnal    Sanatorium,    Ste.    Agathe    daa 
Monts. 
Saskateliewan 

Saskatchewan     Saiuilorlum     (Provincial) 
Ft.    Qu'Appelle. 
New  Foundlaid 

St.  George's  HosplUl,  Signal  HUl. 

The  Sanatorium,  St.  Johns. 


16.   TRACHOMA.    5 
For  EYB  HOSIITALS,   See   EVE,    EAR. 
NOSE    AND    THROAT 
Kentucky 

United  State*  Trachoma  Hospital,  Ureea- 
ville. 

United    States  Trachoma    Hospital.    (Fsd- 
cral),  Jackson 

United   States   Trachoma   Hospital.    (Fed- 
eral),   Plkevllle. 
North    Dakota 

United    .stales    Free    Trachoma    Hoeplul 
(Federal),  La  Moure. 
Tennesie* 

United     SUtes     Public     Health     Servlos, 
Morrlstown. 


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Bacteriology,  Histology 
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Abbott — Principles  of  Bac- 
teriology   $4.00 

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Danysz  and  Rackemann — 
Evolution  of  Disease 2.50 

Kendall— Bacteriology    6.00 

Laboratory  Methods  of  the 
U.  S.  Army 2.00 

Morrey — Fundamentals  of 
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Soussy,  Bertrand  and  Mc- 
Farland  —  Pathological 
Histology   3.25 

Schafer— Histology   4.50 

Gynecology  and  Obstetrics 

Cragin  —  Obstetrics $8.00 

Hess  —  Premature  and 
Congcnitally  Diseased 

Infants    5.50 

Polak — Gynecology    4.50 

Tallant— Obstetrical  Nurs- 
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Medical  Journals 

The  American  Journal  of 
the  Medical  Sciences 
(Monthly).  Per  Year.  ..  .$6.00 

Progressive  Medicine 
(Issued  Quarterly),  Per 
Year   11.00 


Syphilis,  Skin,  G.  U.  and 
Venereal  Diseases 

Cabot — L'rology.  Xew  Edi- 
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Darier — Dermatology  8.50 

Hayden — Venereal    Disease  325 
Knowlea — Diseases    of    the 
Skin.      New     Edition     in 

Preparation  

Lumb — Gonorrhea    1.75 

MacLean— Renal    Disease..  2.00 
MacKee  —   X-Rays     and 
Radium     in    Diseases    of 

the   Skin 9.00 

Ormsby — Diseases    of    the 

Skin   10.00 

Pedersen— Urology    8.50 

Thom— Syphilis    5.50 

Thompson- Syphilis 7.00 

Children 

Graham — Diseases  of  Chil- 
dren   $7.50 

Hess  —  Premature  and 
Congenitally  Diseased 
Infants    5.50 

Koplik  —  Diseases  of 
Children  8.00 

Ruhrah  and  Mayer — Polio- 
myelitis    3.75 

X-Rays 

MacKee  —  X-Rays  and 
Radium  in  Diseases  of 
the   Skin $9.00 

Holmes  and  Ruggles  — 
Roentgen    Interpretation.  3.25 

Thoma  —  Oral  Roentgen- 
ology    6.00 


Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat 

Bacon— Otology $4.00 

Ballenger — Diseases   of  the 

Nose,  Throat  and  Ear..  7.00 
Ballenger   and    Wippern  — 

Diseases  of  the  Eye,  Ear, 

Nose  and  Throat 4.50 

Coakley  —  Diseases    of   the 

Nose   and   Throat 425 

Collins— Evolution    of    the 

Human   Eye 1.75 

Perkins — Otology  3.75 

Peter  —   Perimetry.      New 

Edition   in    1923 

Nursing 

Amoss  —  Qiemistry  and 
Chemical  Urinalysis  for 
Nurses    $225 

Brown — Principles  of  Nurs- 
ing     2.25 

Farr — Outlines  of  Internal 
Medicine  for  Nurses 2.75 

Fox  —  Bacteriology  and 
Protozoology   for   Nurses  225 

Parker  —  Materia  Medica 
and  Therapeutics  for 
Nurses   2.50 

Price — Hygiene  and  Sani- 
tation for  Nurses 225 

Tallant — Obstetrical  Nurs- 
ing     2.25 

Food,  Physiology,  Etc. 

Carter — Nutrition  and  Clin- 
ical Dietetics $7.50 

Joslin — Diabetic  Manual...  2.00 
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tion in  1923 

Robertson  —  Biochemistry.  8.(K) 
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Cummer — Clinical  Labora- 
tory Methods $5.50 

Flint— Physical    Diagnosis..  325 
Hare  —  Symptoms     in 

Diagnosis 6.00 

Norris — Blood  Pressure 4.25 

Simon — Clinical     Diagnosis  9.00 

Materia  Medica  and 
Therapeutics 

Culbreth—Matcria  Medica.$6.S0 

Cushny — Pharmacology  and 
Therapeutics   6.00 

Hare  —  Practical  Thera- 
peutics      6.50 

Thornton  —  Pocket  For- 
mulary   2.25 

Hygiene  and  Sanitation 

Edelman— Meat  Hygiene..  .$5.00 

Egbert — Hygiene  and  Sani- 
tation    3.50 

Fones — Mouth  Hygiene 5.00 

Hawes  —  Tuberculosis  and 
the   Community 1.75 

Park  — Public  Health  and 
Hygiene   10.00 

Price — Hygiene  and  Public 
Health    2.00 

Vedder — Syphilis  and  Pub- 
lic Health 3.00 


Practice  of  Nedicine 

Aaron  —  Diseases  of  the 
Digestive  Organs $10.00 

Brown — Rules  for  Recovery 
from  Pulmonary  Tuber- 
culosis    1.50 

Craig— Nerve  Exhaustion..  2.25 

Crotti— Thyroid  and  Thy- 
mus     15.00 

Dayton— Practice  2.25 

Fishberg  —  Pulmonary  Tu- 
berculosis      8.50 

Hare — Practical  Therapeu- 
tics    6.50 

J  o  s  1  i  n  —  Treatment  of 
Diabetes  Mellitus. 
New   Edition   in   1923 

Lynch  —  Diseases  of  the 
Rectum    and   Colon 6.50 

MacLean— Renal    Disease..  2.00 

Scheppegrell  —  Hay  Fever 
and  Asthma 2.75 

Wiggers  —  Circulation  in 
Health  and  Disease.  New 
Edition  in  1923 

Anatomy 

Bowen  —  AppI ied    Anatomy 

and  Kinesiology $3.75 

Gray— .\natomy  10.00 

Treves  —  Surgical  Applied 
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Ashhurst— Surgery  $10.00 

Braun  —  Local  Anesthesia. 
New  Edition  in  1923 

Brown— Oral   Surgery 8.00 

Cabot— Urology.  New  Edi- 
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Crotti— Thyroid  and  Thy- 
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Davison  and  Smith— Auto- 
plastic   liono    Surgery 4.50 

Farr  —  Local  Anesthesia. 
New  Work  Early  in  1923 

Kanavel — Infections  of  the 
Hand  5.50 

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Dislocations    7.50 

Stimson  —  Fractures  and 
Dislocations   7.50 

Treves  —  Surgical  Applied 
Anatomy    3.75 

Vaughan  and  Burnham — 
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Hospitals  Approved  for  Internships 

By  the  Caunell  on  Nadkil  Educntlon  lad  HMpHalt  •<  tk*  Aatrtua  Mwlle*l  AuoclitlM.  tU  Ncrtk  OMrbcrn  StrMt.  Cliktai*. 

Kevi«ed  to   March   15.   1923. 

The  following  643  bos^iiuls  offeriiif  3,671  internshipa  are  available  aa  foUowa:  General  hospitals  Section  I  arc  considered  in  posi- 
tion to  furnish  acceptable  internships  for  medical  graduates.  The  hospitals  in  Sections  II  and  III  offer  opportunities  for  physicians 
who  seek  further  training  along  certain  specialties.  Internships  in  one  of  these  hospitals,  therefore,  should  be  considered  aa  supple- 
mentary, and  should  be  based  on  an  internship  taken  in  a  general  hospital. 

There  may  be  other  hospitals  eligible  for  admission  to  this  list  which  are  omitted  either  because  they  have  failed  to  supply  infor- 
mation on  which  a  decision  regarding  them  can  be  based,  or  because  they  have  definitely  stated  that  they  do   not   use  interns. 

Explanation  of  symbols  occurring  in   Sections  I,   II  and  III  may  be  found  at  end  of  ubie. 

SECTION     I.    GENERAL    HOSPITALS,    500;     3,103     INTERNSHIPS;     120,295    BEDS. 


Number  o{  Bedt 


Name  ot  Hospital 


Location 


ALABAMA 

Hlllman  Hospital  

City  Hospital  

J.A.Andrews  Memorial  Hoip.(eol.)> 

ABK.\NSAS 

St.  Vincent's  loOnnary 

OALirOENTA 

Freano  Coimty  Hospital 

Seaside  Hospital  

Los  Angeles  County  Hospital 

Hospital  of  the  Good  Samaritan.... 

Methoillst    Hospital^    

St.  Vincent's  Hospital 

White  Memorial  Hospital' 

Fablola  Hospital  

Providence  Hospital  

San  DIcgo  County  Hospital* 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

Franklin    Hospital    

French  Hosplt.iI  

Hospital  for  Children' 

Lano  Hospital  and  Stanford  Univer- 
sity Hospital'  

Mary's  Help  Hospital 

Mount  ZIon  Hospital 

San  Francisco  Hospital' 

Southern  Paciflc  General  Hospital*. 

St.   Francis'  Hospital  

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

St.  Luke's  Hospital '»• 

St.  Mary's  Hospital 

University  of  California  Hospital '.. 

Alameda  County  Hospital' 

Santa  Barbara  Cottage  Hospital — 

COLORADO 
Oommunlty    (University)    Hospital.. 

St.  Francis  Hospital 

Children's  Hospital  

Denver  City  and  County  Hospital '. 

Mercy  Hospital  

St.  Anthony's  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

St.  Luke's  Hospital 

CONKECa'ICUT 

Bridgeport  Hospital  

St.  Vincent's  Hospital 

Hartford  Hospital    

St.  Francis'  Hospital 

Middlesex  County  Hospital' 

Grace  Hospital '  ||  

Hospital  of  St.  Raphael 

New  Haven   Hospital' 

Wm.  W.  Backus  Hospital 

St.  Mary's  Hospital 

Waterbury  Hospital  

DELAWARE 

Delaware  Hospital '  

Homeopathic  Hospital  

DISTRICT  OF  COLtTMBIA 
Central  Dfsp  and  Emergency  Hosp.'. 

Columbia  Hospital  for  Women 

Eastern  DIsp.  and  Casualty  Hosp.  .. 

Freedmcn's  Hospital  •  1 

Qalllnger  Municipal  Hospital' i 

Garfield  Memorial  Hospital 

Georgetown  University  Hospital 

George  Washington  Univ.  Hosi>.  ... 

Providence  Hospital 1 

Sibley  Memorial  Hospital 

FLORIDA 

St.  Luke's  Hospital I 

GEORGI.\  i 

Davls-Flscher  Sanatorltmi 

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Los  Angelc* i    57 

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Oakland 8S 

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San  Francisco 80 

San  Leandro 78 

Santa  Barbara 40 


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Colorado  Springs. 

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AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


Name  of  Hospital 


Location 


Number  ol  Beds 


Intenu 


(male 


Grady  Memorial  Hospital... 

Piedmont  Sanatorium  

St-  Joseph's  Infirm  ary 

University  Hosplt»l 

Macon  Hospital  •■ 

IDAHO 
St.  Alphonsus  Hospital 

ILLINOIS 
Alexian    Brothers'    Hospital 

patients  only)  

Augustana  Hospital  

Cook  County  Hospital  * 

Englewood    Hospital   

Grant  Hospital  

Hahemann  Hospital  > 

Hospital  of  St.  Anthony  de  Padua. 

Illinois  Central  Hospital 

Mary  Thompson  Hospital' 

Mercy  Hospital  

Michael  Beeee  Hospital' 

Mt.  Sinai  Hospital'..... 

Norwegian  American  Hospital 

Norwegian  Lutheran  Deaconess  Hos- 
pital »    

Post.Graduate  Hospital  '  (J)  

Presbyterian  Hospital*  

South  Shore  Hospital 

St.   Anne?«  Hospital 

St.  Bernard's  Hospital 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

St.  Lul;e"8  Hospital 

St.  Mary  of  Nazareth  Hospital 

Swedish  Covenant  Hospltai 

University  Hospital'  

Washington  Boulevard  Hospital 

Washington  Park  Hospital 

Wesley  Memorial  Hospital'" 

West  Side  Hospital 

Evanston  Hospital'   

St.  Francis  Hospital'  

Oak  Park  Hospital 

West  Suburban  Hospital 

IN-DIANA 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

Gary  Hospital  

St.  Margaret's  Hospital 

Indianapolis  Cty  Hospital 

Methodist  Episcopal  Hospital' 

Robert  W.  Long  Hospital' 

St.  Vincent's  Hospital 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital 

St.  Anthony's  Hospital 

IOWA 
Jennie  Fdmimdson  Memorial  Hosp.' 

Mercy  Hospital  

Iowa  Lutheran  Hospital 

Iowa  Methodist  Hospital' 

Mercy  Hospital  

Cniverslty  Hospital'  

St.  Joseph's  Mercy  Hospital 

KANSAS 

St.  Margaret's  Hospital 

Bell  Memorial  Hospital' 

Christ's   Hospital  

St.  Francis  Hnspitnl 

Wichita   Hospital   

KENTUCKY 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital 

Good  Samaritan  Hospital 

John  N.  Norton  Memorial  Infirmary. 

Louisville  City  Hospital ' 

St.  Anthony'*  Hospital 

LOUISIANA 

Charity  Hospital  of  Louisiana 

Hotel  DIeu   

Illinois  Central  Ballroad  Hospital... 

Touro  Infirmary'   

Shreveport  State  Charity  Hospital.. 
T.  E.  Scbumpert  Memorial  Sanlt.'.. 

MAINE 

Eastern  Maine  General  Hospital 

Central  Maine  General  Hosi>ital 

Maine  General  Hospital 

MARYLAND 

Church  Home  and  loflrmanr 

City  Hospitals.  Bay  View 

Franklin  Square  Hoipital 

Hebrew  Hospital'  

.lohns  Hopkins  Hospital ' 

Maryland  General  Hospital 

Merer  Hospital 

South  Baltimore  General  Hospital  >. 


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Atlanta... 
Atlanta... 
Augusta.. 
Macon.... 


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Chicago... 
Chicago... 
Chicago... 
Chicago... 
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Gary yes 

Hammond 90 

Indianapolis 200 

Indianapolis yes 

Indianapolis 46 

Indianapolis 138 

Lafayette 140 

Terre  Haute :  1S6 

Council  Bluffs I    49 

Davenport yes 

Des  Moines ,    06 

Des  Moines ;  100 

Dei  Moines yes 

Iowa  City ,  202 

Slouz  City ..    yea 

Kansas  City 200 

Rosedale 25 

Topeka 30 

Wichita 1S5 

Wichita t  114 

Covington 1    flo 

Lexington ye« 

Louisville ,.     50 

Louisville 120 

Louisville yes 


New  Orleans.. 
New  Orleans.. 
New  Orleans., 
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366 
78 
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100 
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Baltimore '    64  I 

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Baltimore 1  100 

Baltimore 166 

Baltimore I    26 


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1  yr. 

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18  mos. 

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May 
April 

June 
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June 

June 
May 
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May 

July 
April 
April 
May 


1  yr. 
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52 


HOSPITALS    APPROVED    FOR    INTERNSHIPS 


Name  ol  Hoapltal 


Location 


St.   Agnes'  Hospital 

St.  Josepli's   Hospital 

Union  Memorial  Hospital 

Dnlverslty  of  Maryland  Hospital'.. 
MASS.4CHU8ETT8 

Boston  City  Hospital 

Carney  Hospital  

Massacliiisetts  General  Hospital'".. 
Massacliusetts  Homeorathic  Hosp.'. 
New  England  Hospital  for  Women 

and  Children  ♦  

Peter  Bent  Brigham  Hospital 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital 

Brockton  Hospital'  

Cambridge  Hospital  

Chelsea  Memorial  Hospital 

Olty  Hospital  , 

Union   HospltaUl   ■ 

Biirbank  Hospital  >«    

Lawrence  General   Hospital 

Lowell  Corporation  Hospital 

Lowell  General  Hospital' 

St.  John's  Hospital 

Lynn  Hospital  

St.  Luke's  Hospital 

Newton  Hospital  

House  of  Mercy  Hospital 

Snicm  Hospital   

MtTcy  Hospital   

SprlDgfleld  Hospital 

Waltham  Hospital'  

Memorial  Hospital*  

St.  Vincent's  Hospital 

Worcester  City  Hospital 

MICHIGAN 

University  Hospital  

Battle  Creek  Snnltarlam  ' 

City  of  Detroit  Receiving  Hospital. 

Grace  Hospital'  

Harper  Hospital  

Henry  Ford  Hospital 

Providence  Hospital  

St.  Mary's  Hospital 

Blodgett  Memorial  Hospital 

Butterworth  Hospital  

St.  Mary's  Hospital 

Highland  Park  General  Hospital 

W.  A.  Foote  Memorial  Hospital 

Hackley  Hospital'   

MINNESOTA 

St.  Mary's  Hospital' 

Abbott  Hospital  

Minneapolis  General  Hospital 

Northwestern  Hospital'    

St.  Barnabas  Hospital 

St.  Mary's  Hospital 

Swedish  Hospital'    

University  Hospital'  

St.  Mary's  Hospital  (aa) 

Betliesda  Hospital  

Charles  T.  Miller  Hospital 

City  and  County  Hospital 

Mounds  Park  Sanitarium 

Northern  Pacific  General  Hospital... 

St.  Luke's  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

MISSISSIPPI 
Mississippi  State  Charity  Hospital.. 

Natchez  Hospital  • 

Mississippi  State  Charity  Hospital.. 

MISSOURI 
Kansas      City      General      Hospital 

(white  and  colored) 

Research  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

.St.  Luke's  Hospital 

St.  Mary's  Hospital 

.41exian  Brothers'  Hospital 

Barnes  Hospital  

Jewish  Hospital 

Missouri  Baptist  Sanitarium 

St.  John's  Hospital 

St.  Louis  City  Hoep.  No.  1  (white) . . 
St.  Louis  City  Hosp.  No.  2  (col.).... 

St.  Luke's  Hospital' 

St.  Mary's  Infirmary 

MONTANA 

St.  Ann's  Hospital 

Murray  Hospital 

St.  James  Hospital  ' 

NEBRASKA 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital 

Bishop  ClarksoD  Memorial  Hospital 


Number  of  Beds 


Interns 


—    I    «. 


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Baltimore 140 

Baltimore 190 

Baltimore yes 

Baltimore IM 


Boston 391 

Boston 71 

Boston ,  2(M 

Boston 1S3 


Boston I  yes 

Boston yes  ' 

Boston I    75  ' 

Brockton ;     54 

Cambridge |    n 

CiieUea '     M 

Fall  River '    3S 

Fall  River ,  yes 

FItchburg flO 

LawTCDoe 30 

Lowell I  yes 

Lowell 1  yes 

Lowell 1    51  I 

Lynn '  y«s  ] 

New  Bedford !    $2  '• 

Newton I     42 

Pittsfleld 1     56  i 

Sai'-m j     57  1 

Springfield 128  ' 

Springfield I  yes 

Wnltham [  yes 

Worcester '  yes 

Worcester 100 

Worcester !  175 

Ann  Arbor :    06 

BattleCreek 146 

Detroit 200 

Detroit 176 

Detroit I  300 

Detroit I  yes 

Detroit I  yes 

Detroit '  185 

Grand  Rapids \  yes 

I  Grand  Rapids :    38 

Grand  Rapids yes 

Highland  Park 34 

Jackson 40 

Muskegon 40 

Dul'lth 175 

Minneapolis 40 

Minneapolis :  120 

Minneapolis i    40  i 

Minneapolis I  100 

Minneapolis |  132 

Minneapolis !  115 

Minneapolis 78 

Rochester 325 

St.Paul i    72 

St.  Paul i    75 

St.  Paul 1  yes 

St.Paul I    45 

St.Paul I    70 

St.  Paul yes 

St.Paul !  yes 

Jackson '  100 

N.Ttrhez i    80 

Vicksburg 100 


Kansas  City.. 
Kansas  City.. 
Knnsas  City.. 
Kansas  City., 
Kansas  City.. 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis...., 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis 

St.  Louis 


Anaconda. 

Butte 

Butte 


Lincoln., 
Omaha., 


yes 
yes 
145 

«2 
100 

70 

93 
yes 
145 
100 
yes 

61 
yes 
100 

yes 

60 
90 

yes 
yes 


80 

71 

yes 

85 

359 

n 

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n 

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yes 

75 

27 

20 

22 

38 
yes 

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19 
yes 
yes 

39 
yes 

18 

87 

40 

SS 

16 

yes 

yes 
yes 

50 
137 

866 

196 
100 

SO 

80 
yes 
yes 

76 
yes 

20 
yes  I 

33 

45  : 

60 
26  ; 
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n 

100 
06 

200 
30 
75 

7— 
26 
60 

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20  240 

14  275 

yes  112 

32  246 

487  i  1.307 

50  213 

98  457 

S21  i    545 


100 
100 


yes 

yes 

66 

35 


yes 


50 
46 
8S 

23 

54 
yes 

16 

96 
yes 
yes 

48 
yes 

66 
126 

56 


142 
223 
200 
127 
164 
91 
125 
150 
128 
147 
100 
160 
128 
188 
126 
206 
160 


19  j    111 

40       200 

yes       188 


yes 
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60 


80 
159 

60 
124 

80 
yes 
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40 
yes 

72 
yes 

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40 

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75 

40 
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50 

54 

22 

35 

40 

80 

18 

06  , 
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66 

10 

yes 
10 


yes 

yes 
15 
53 


8 
8 
4 
16 

43 

4 

38 

18 


110 
200 
200 
375 

960 
500 
360 
350 
410 
150 
310 
200 
160 
128 
100 
108 
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200 
108 
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188 
22S 
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8 

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3 
6 
6 

198  ;  12 

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120  I  2 
216  4 
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125       1 


140 
160 
136 


....      100       8 

45       225       4 

6       206       8 


no     18 

165 


50 

35 

70 

110 

77 

47 

yes 

yes 

138 

84 

80 

22 

yes 

yes 

m 

34 

yes 

yes  j 

76 

yes 

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40 

10 

66 

15 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes  ' 

225 
150 
186 
250 
217 
110 
817 
204 
800 
192 
176 
175 

100 
110 
150 

150 

96 


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April  i    1  yr.  yes 

April  ;    1  yr.  yes 

May  1  yr.  '  no 

May  1  yr.  >  yes 


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April 

April 

ttt 

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March 
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Mareh 
April 
April 
April 
April 
Mar 
April 
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April 
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April 
April 

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April 
April 
April 
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April 
April 
Aprn 


1  yr.  !  yes 
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1  yr.    1  yes 


1  yr. 
16  mos. 
18  mos. 

1  yr. 

1  5T. 

1  yr. 

1  yr. 

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Atlantic  Citv  HosDltal 

Atlantic  City 

Bavonne 

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ves 

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Camden 

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ye* 
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Hackensack  Hospital 

yes 
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yes  i   no 
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yes 

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Hoboken 

ye* 

Rt    Marv'^  Hosoital 

ye*    no  i   no 
ye*    ye*      no 
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ye* 

Jersey  City 

ye* 

Jersey  City  Hospital ^ 

ye* 

Jersey  City 

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Monmouth  Memorial  Hospital 

Lone  Branch 

Montdatr...... 

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Newark 

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St.  James'  Hospital    

Newark. 

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St    Michael's  Hosoftal        

Newark. 

DO 

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ye* 

St    Marv's  Hosnltal               

OranffS.s* 

ye* 

Passaic  General  Hosnital  *     

Passaic. • 

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St    Marv'a  Hosnital 

Pauftlc.a 

yea 

Nathan    and    Miriam   Bamert    Me- 
morial Hospital  *■ 

Paterson 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 

no 
ye* 
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1  ye* 

Patereon  Gtencral  Hospital 

Patersoo 

1  ye* 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

Paterson 

yes 

Muhlenbers^  Hospital    

Plalnfleld 

ye*     ye* 
ye*  ;  ve* 

yes 

Mercer  HoAnltal 

yes 

St.  Francis'  Hospital 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 

ye* 

ye* 
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no 

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no 
no 
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yes 

William  McEioley  Memorial  Ho*p.  .. 

yes 

yes 

NKW  YORK 
Albany  Hospital  

Albany 

yee 

St.  Peter's  Hospital 

Albany 

yee 

yes 

Binghamton  City  Hospital^ 

Binghamton 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

ye*     ye* 
ye*    ye* 

ye*    ye* 
ye*     ye* 

yee  i   no 
TM     ves 

ye* 

Brooklyn  Hospital 

ye* 

BrowDSTlile    and    Esat    New    York 

DO 

ye* 

Hospital  ot  the  Holy  Family 

Jewish  Hospital      

y«* 
ye* 

Kings  County   Hospital 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn 

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ye*    ye*     ye* 
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Long  Island  College  Hospital* 

Methodist  Episcopal  Hospital 

Norwegian       Lutiieran       Deaconess 
Home  and  Hospital 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 

ye* 

St.  John'*  Hospital 

ye* 

St.  Mary'*  Hospital' 

yet 

St.  Peter's  Hospital 

no 

Swedish  Hospital  

yes 

WyckofT  Heights  Hoapltal 

yet 

Buftalo  City  Hospital  *  «» 

yM 

Buffalo  Columbias  Hospital 

Boffalo 

ye*    no 
yes    ye* 
ye*    ve* 

yes 

yc* 

DO 

ye* 
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no 
no 
ves 

yes 

Buffalo  General  Hospital 

BofTalo.*  •  • .  •  • 

yes 

Buffalo  Homeopathic  Hospital 

Buffalo  Hospital  ot  tbe  Sistan  of 
CJiarity  '•  

BntTslo 

yee 

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no 
ves 

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yes 

yes 

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yes 

Emergency  Hospital  ot  tbe  Sisters 
ot  Charity  •• 

Buffalo 

Buffalo 

Oil  tton  Sprints 

Klmira 

yet 

Erie  County  Hospital' 

yet 

Aniot-Ogden  Memorial  Hospital 

ves     ves 

yet 

Flushing  Hospital  and  Dispensary  ' 
Oiens  Falls  Hospital 

Flushing 

ye*    yc*    ye«  ;  yes 

yet 

St.  John'*  Long  Island  City  Uo*p. 
Nassau  Hospital  

Long  Island  City... 

Mlneola 

Mount  Vamon 

New  Bochelle 

New  York 

ye*    ye*    ye* 
no    yes  I  yes 
yes    yos    ye* 
ye*    yes    ye* 
no     yes    yes 
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no 
ye* 
yes 
yea 
yes 
yes 

no 
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Mount  Vernon  Hospital 

yet 

New  Rochelle  Hoapltal' 

yet 

Bellevue  Hospital '   

yet 

Beth  Israel  Hospital 

New  York       

yet 

City  Hospital  

New  York 

Correctional  Hoapltal  

New  York. 

no 

Fifth  Avenue  Hoepital 

New  York 

New  York 

no 
yes 
yes 
ye* 

yes 

ye* 
ye* 
no 

yes   

yes    ye* 

yet 

Fordbam  Hospital'  

no 

French  Hoapital  

New  York. 

New  York 

yes 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 
ye* 
yes 

ye* 
ye* 
ye* 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 

Gouverueur  Ho*pltal  

Bariem  Hospital  

Italian    BcDerolent    Institute    and 
Hospital 

New  York 

New  York. 

y« 

Knickerbocker  Hoipltal 

Lebanon  Hospital 

New  York.. 

yw 

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54 


HOSPITALS     APPROVED    FOR     INTERNSHIPS 


Name  of  Hospital 


Location 


.!- 


Lffiox  Hill  Hospital 

Lincoln  Hospital  and  Home 

Metropolitan  Hospital'  

Mt.  Mnal  Hospital 

Mew  Tork  Homeopathic  Medical  Col- 
lege and  Flower  Hospital* 

New   York   Hospital 

New  York  Inflrmary  for  Women 
and  Children'  

New  York  PostGraduate  Medical 
School  and  Hospital 

Presbyterian  Hospital*  

Boos«velt  Hospital  

St.  Francis'  Hospital 

St.    Luke's  Hospital 

St.  Mark's  Hospital' 

St.  Tlnoent's  Hospital 

Staten   Island    Hospital 

U.  S.  Marine  Hospital 

Cnltcd  Hospital   

Vasstir  Bros.  Hospital ' 

Highland  Hospital '  

Bochester  Gt'noral  Hospital 

Homeopathic  Hospital  >  

Ellis  Hospital  

Hospital  of  the  Good  Shepherd 

St.  Joseph's   Hospital' 

Syracuse  Memorial  Hospital' 

Samaritan  Hospital '  

Grasslands  Hospital  

St.  John's  Riverside  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

NORTH  CAROLINA 

Hlgbsmlth  Hospital' 

Bex  Hospital    

Jamea  Walker  Memorial  Hospital  *.. 
NORTH  DAKOTA 

Bismarck  F.vangellcal  Hospital' 

St.  John's  Hospital' 

OHIO 

Christ  Hospital  

Olnclnnatl  Gi'neral  Hospital' 

Good  Samiirltaa  Hospital 

Jewish  Hospital  

Olevclaml  City  Hospital' 

Lakeside  Hospital  

Mt.  SInal    Hospital 

St.  Alexis  Hospital" 

St.  John's  Hospital 

St.  Luke's  Hospital 

St.  Vincent's  Charity  Hospital 

Hawkes  Hospital  of  Mt.  Cannel 

Protestant  Hospital  Association.... 

St.  Francis'  Hospital*' 

Miami  Valley  Hospital' 

City  Hospital 

St.  Vincent's  Hospital 

St.  FJizabeth's  Hospital' 

Youngstown  Hospital' 

OKI^\HOMA 

St.  Anthony's   Hospital' 

State  University  Hospital 

OREGON 

Emanuel  Hospital  

Multnomah  County  Hospital 

St.  Vincent's  Hospital 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allcntown  Hospital'  

Sacred  Heart  Hospital 

Altoona   Hospital    

Bryn  Mawr  Hospital 

Chester  Hospital'  

Clearfield  Hospital   

G.  F.  Gelslnger  Memorial  Hospital.. 

Easton  Hospital  

Hamot  Hospital  

St.  Vincent's  Hospital' 

Harrlsburg  Hospital'  

Lancaster  General  Hospital' 

McKeesport  Hospital  

Chestnut   Hill   Hospital 

Franfcford  Hospital 

Frederick  Douglas  Memorial  Hospi- 
tal (colored)  '  

Germantown  Dispensary  and  Hosp. 

Hahnemann  Hospital 

Hospital  of  Protestant  Episcopal 
Church"  

Hospital  of  the  University  of  Penn- 
sylvania '    

Hospital  of  the  Women's  Homeo- 
pathic Association'  

Hospital  of  Woman's  Medical  Col.* 


New  York.. 
New  York.. 
New  York.. 
New  York- 
New  York.. 
New  York.. 

New  York.. 


New  Tork 

New  York 

New  Tork 

New  York 

New  York 

New  York 

New  Tork 

New  Tork 

New  York 

Port  Chester.. 
Fougbkeepsle.. 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Bochester 

Schenectady... 

Syracuse. 

Syracuse 

Syracuse 

Troy 

Valhana. , 

ToDken 

Yonken 


Fayettevtlle. 

Raleigh 

Wilmington. 


Bismarck.. 
Fargo 


Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Olevelaod 

Cleveland 101 

Cleveland ;  yea 

Cleveland |  yes 

Cleveland M 

Cleveland 1    «S 

Cleveland 190 

Columbus :  128 

Columbus SO 

Columbus I  yea 

Dayton 113 

Springfield 48 

Toledo IM 

Youngstown 96 

Youngstown !    92 

Oklahoma  City I    74 

Oklahoma  aty 125 

Portland yes 

Portland |    so 

Portland 196 

Allentown 96 

AUentown 

Altoona ;  yes 

Bryn  Mawr ;    37 

Chester 104 

Clearfield j    66 

DanvlUe |    60 

Enston i    66 

Erie 1    79 

Erie j  yes 

Harrlsburg |  yes 

Lancaster j    90 

McKeesport 105 

Philadelphia yes 

Philadelphia i  yes 

Philadelphia I  yes 

Philadelphia «7 

Philadelphia yes 

Philadelphia !  yes 


Philadelphia.. 

Philadelphia.. 
Philadelphia.. 


Numerical  and  other  referaiees  will  be  found  on  page  59. 


55 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


Name  of  Hospital 


Location 


Jefferson  Medical  College  Hospital.. 

Jewish  Hospital  of  Philadelphia 

The  Lankenau  Hospital 

Memorial  Hospital  , 

Mercy  Hospital  (col.)* *. 

Methodist  Episcopal  Hospital* 

Misericordia  Hospital 

Mt.  SInal  Hospital 

Pennsylvania  Hospital  

Philadelphia  General  Hospital* 

Philadelphia  Polyclinic  Hospital*... 

Presbyterian  Hospital 

Samaritan  Hospital  

St.  Agnes'  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital** 

St-  Mary's  Hospital 

Woman's  Hospital  of  Philadelphia  * 

.Allegheny  General  Hospital 

Mercy  Hospital  

Monteflorc  Hospital  Association*... 

Passavant  Hospital  *  

Pittsburgh  Homeopathic  Hospital*. 

Pittsburgh  Hospital  

Presbyterian  Hospital  

South  Side  Hospital* 

St.  Francis'  Hospital* 

St.  John's  General  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hosp.  and  Dispensary.. 

St.  Margaret's  Memorial  Hospital*. 

Western  Pennsylvania  Hospital* 

PottsvIIle  Hospital  

Heading  Hospital 

Robert  Packer  Hospital 

Hahnemann  Hospital 

State    Hospital    for    the    Northern 
Anthracite  Coal  Region  of  Pa.*... 

St.   Luke's   Hospital 

.Mercy  Hospital  *  

WilkesBarre  City  Hocpltal. 

Columbia  Hospital  *  

PHILIPPINE  ISLANDS 

Philippine  General  Hospital  * 
RHODE  ISLAND 

State  Inflrraary  

Memorial  Hospital 

Rhode  Island  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

SODTH   CAROLINA 

Roper  Hospital  »  

South  Carolina  Baptist  Hospital  * 
TENNESSEE 

Baroness  Erlanger  Hospital 

Knorrllle  General   Hospital 

Baptist  Memorial  Hospital  * 

Memphis  City  Hospital  * 

St.  Joseph's  Hospital 

Geo.  W.  Hubbard  Hospital  (col.)  >  » 

Nashville  City  Hospital 

Protestant  Hospital  ... 

St.  Thomas'  Hospital 
TEXAS 

Hotel  DIeu 

Baylor  Hospital  *  ... 

St.  Paul's  Sanitarium 

John  Sealy  Hospital  • 

St,  Mary's  Infirmary 

Baptist  Hospital  *  

Southern  Pacific  Hospital 

St.  Joseph's  Inflrraary 

Robert  B.  Green  Memorial  Hospital. 

Santa  Rosa  Infirmary 

.Santa  Pe  Hospital 

Temple  Sanitarium 

Providence  Sanitarium 
UTAH 

Thomas  D.  Dee  Memorial  Hospital.. 

Dr.  Grovee'  Latter  Day  Saint*'  Ho«- 
pIUI* 

Holy  Cross  Hospital 

Salt  Lake  Coonty  Hospital, 

St.  Mark's  Hospital 

VERMONT 

Mary  rietcher  Hospital 

Fanny  Allen  Hospital 

VIBOINIA 

Hospital  of  St.  TInoent  de  Paul  *. 

Norfolk  Protestant  Hospital 

Medical    Oollece   ot   VlTSlnIa,    Hos- 
pital Division*  

Retreat  for  the  Sick* 

Stuart  Circle  Hospital 

Virginia  Hospital 


Philadelphia 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia, 
Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh 
IMttsburgh 
ttsburgh 
Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh 
l'itt.«b(irKh 
Pittsburgh 
I'ittsburgh 
I'ittsburgh 
Pittsburgh 
PottsvIIle. 
Reading 
Sayre. 
Scranton 


Numerical  and  other  references  will  be  found  on  page  59. 


56 


HOSPITALS    APPROVED    FOR     INTERNSHIPS 


Location 

NumlWT  ol  Beda 

Interns 

a  >* 

Length    ot 
Service 

i 

s 

2 

1 

fc 

e 
1 

6 

S 

K 

■ 
■s 

m 

1 

!l 

Name  ot  Hoiplta) 

8 
1 

X 

s 

1 

1 

5 

• 

11 

'A 

at 

►.o 

I  5 

II  s 

Roanoke.  1 

80 
96 

yea 

76 

78 

78 
M 

yes 
86 
yes 

75 

» 

88 

y«i 
yea 

88 
120 

f5 

277 
60 

20 
56 

75 

H> 

yes 

ao 

25 
30 

yes 

SO 

yea 

75 

yes 

yea 

yes 

15 

SO 

IS 

yea 

yes 

80 

40 

yea 

180 

8»3 

M 

10 
M> 

yes 

60 
26 
yea 
80 
06 
20 

yea 

26 
yea 
yea 
yea 

"'ss' 

38 
yea 

yea 
20 
30 

yea 

20 

275 
81 

110 
200 

220 
200 

ISO 
130 
316 
105 
140 

120 
ISO 
170 

196 
130 
110 
200 

78 
ISO 

98 
ISO 

88 
186 
180 
108 
300 

945 

167 

2 

2 
2 

. 
1 

2 

I 

I 

Ap. 
Ap. 

Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 

April 
April 

April 
April 
Feb. 

2yr«. 
1  yr. 

2yra. 

yea  1  yea 

yea    yea 

1 

yea   yea 
ye«   yea 

no    tew 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 
y«* 

DO 

ye* 

DO 

ye* 
ye* 

DO 

»60 
no 

«50 

$75 
ye* 

yea 

Vniverilty  of  Virginia  Hoapltal  «.... 
WASUINGTON 

Cnlverslty 

re* 

Seattle 

no 

AAflttlA  mtv  Hniinltiil  ^*            

Seattle. 

TS* 

^AllttlA   Df^TiATiil   Hninit-al  1* 

SMttla. 

re* 

(Vtattifl. 

no 
no 

yes 

Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 

Ex. 
Ap. 
Ap. 

Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
A  p. 
A  p. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ex. 

Ap. 

Ap. 

April 

f 
April 

April 
April 
April 

May 

Indef. 
April 
April 
March 
April 
April 
April 
May 
March 
April 
April 
April 

March 

April 

1  yr. 
6  moa. 
1  yr. 

1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 

1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 

1  yr. 

1  yr. 

ye* 

ye* 
ye* 
yea 

DO 

ye* 
ye* 

no 
ye* 
ye* 
yes 
ye* 
ye* 
yea 
yea 
yea 
ves 

ye« 
ye* 
ye* 

ye* 
ye* 
ye* 

no 
ye* 
ye* 
ye* 
yea 
ye* 
yea 
ye* 
ye* 
ye* 

ye* 

ye* 
ye* 

ye* 

ye* 

*5I> 
ISO 
ISO 

ISO 
no 

n 

ISO 
no 

^ 
150 
*» 
ISO 
ISO 

135  (n) 

118 

ye* 

Spokane  Deaconess  Hospital  ^ 

yea    yea 

yea    yea 

DO  1  yea 
DO  1  yea 

yea  1  yea 

no    ye* 

DO    ye* 
yea    ye* 
yea    ye* 
ye*    ye* 
yea    yea 
ye*    ye* 
no  1  ye* 
DO    ye* 
yea    ye* 

yea 

ye* 

WKST  VIRGINIA 

Charleston 

Uanstord 

Wheeling 

Ashland 

Fond  du  Lac 

La  Crono 

ye* 

ye* 

Ohio  Valley  General  Hospital 

WI80OSSIN 

ye* 

yee 

yea 

fit    Airnps'  HosDital       

La  Crosse  1/utheran  Hospital 

St    PrimpJi'  Hosnital  .   .             

yea 

La  Croaae 

yea 

St     Marv's  HoADltal       

Madison 

no 

!St.  Joeeph'a  Hospital 

Columbia  Hospital   

Milwaukee  Hospital  (The  Patsavant) 

Marshfleld 

ye* 

Milwaukee 

ye* 

Milwaukee 

yea 

Milwaukee 

yea 

St.  Joaeph's  Hoapital 

St.  Mary'a  Hospital 

St.  Mary's  and  Mercy  Hospitals 

Milwaukee  County  Hospital' 

CANADA 
Vancouver  General  Hospital  > 

FOREIGN 
Pekin  Union  Medical  College  Hoap.» 

Milwaukee 

ye* 

Milwaukee 

yea    yes    yes 

yea 

Oabkoah 

ye*    yea 
ycsjyea 

yes    ye* 

1 
ye*  i  yea 

yea 
ye* 

yes 
yea 

ye* 

Wauwatosa 

Vancouver,  B.C 

PeklDg,  China 

y«* 
yes 
yee 

SECTION    II.     STATE   HOSPITALS   AND    HOSPITALS  FOR  THE  INSANE: 
TOTAL,    30;     INTERNSHIPS,    57;     BEDS,    49,383. 


Searcy  Hospital  

Bryee  Hospital 

Arkansas    State    Hospital    for    Nai^ 

vous  Disease*  

Livermore  Sanitarium  

Saint  Elizatx'th's  Hoppltnl  > 

CheroliiH'  State  Hospital' 

Indepencicnco  State  Hospital 

Bast  Louisiana  Hospital  tor  Insane 

(white  and  colored) ' 

Augusta  State  Hospital' 

Psychopathic    Department,    Boston 

State  Hospital'  

Sheppard    aud    Enoch   Pratt    Hosp. 
Danvers  State  Hospital   (Bathome 

P.  O.)' 

State  Infirmary'   

State  Psycliopathlc  Hospital 

Fergus  Falls  State  Hospital' 

New  Hampshire  State  Hospital'.... 

Central  Isllp  State  Hospital  ' 

Gowanda  State  Homeo.  Hosp 

Kings  Park  State  Hospital' 

Manhattan  State  Hospital 

St.  Lawrence  State  Hospital' 

Hudson  River  State  Hospital' 

Bloomingdale  Hospital'   

State  Hospital  at  Raleigh  ' 

North    Dakota    State    Hospital   tor 

the  Insane  

State  Hospital  for  the  Insane' 

Friends'  Hospital  

State  Hospital  for  Mental  Diseases  ' 

Butler   Hospital    

Central  State  Hospital 


Mt.  Vernon,  Ala. ... 
'I'uscaioosa,  Ala. ... 


Little  Rock.  Ark.  . . 

Livermore.  Cal 

Washington,  V.  C. 

Cherokee,  la 

Independence.  la. .. 

Jackson,  La 

Augusta,  Me 


Boston,  Mast. 
Towson,  Md. .. 


40 


10 


yes      yes 


Danvers.  Mass 

Tewksbury,  Mass.  . 
Ann  Arbor,  Mich. .. 
Fergus  Falls.  Minn 

Concord.  N.  H I 

Central  Isllp,  N.  T. 

CoUlns,  N.  Y 1 

Kings  Park.  N.  Y. .. 

New  York  City 

Ogdensburg,  N.  Y. 
Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.l 
White  Plains,  N.Y. 
Raleigh,  N.C ' 


Jamestown,  N.  D. ..;      t 

Allentown.  Pa ;    12 

Philadelphia,  Pa, 
Howard,  R.  I.  ... 
Proyidencf.  R.  I. 
Nashville.  Tenn. 


491 
yea 


I.Mb 


1 


H6 
1,1H> 


1,200 


1,000 

i,mo 

2#!« 
86 
ULV) 
I.ISO 
1,200 


yes    2,006 
1.200    1,200 


110 
ISO 


150 


62 


386 


1.11' 


180 
170 


20 


200 
40 


,3.500 

350 

1,150 

1,069 

1,066 

185 

1,3^ 

l.i'28 


1,625    l,e2o 
1,734    2400 


62 


yes    1,700 
1,440    1,440 
5.000 

1.C4T 


3,300 

350 

1,150 

1,275 
1,340 

18S 
1.385 

200 
1.188 


Ap.  j  Spring 
Ap.  {  March 

Ap.  I   Indet. 

•i- 


Ap.  ;  April 
Ap.  i  April 
Ap.      Indef. 


Ap. 
Ap. 


S      Ap. 

3    lAp. 


Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ex. 


Ind.  Ap. 
ln<l    Ex. 


Ind.   Ex. 
■2      IX. 

1  |Ap. 

2  Ap. 


{ Ap. 

Iap. 

I  Ap. 
|ap. 

I  Ap. 

Ap. 


March 
Indef. 

iDdef. 
April 

April 
Indef. 
April 
April 
Indef. 
Indef. 
Indef. 
Indef. 


Indet. 
Indef. 
Indef. 
April 

April 
April 
Indef. 
Indef. 
March 
April 


1  yr. 
1  yr. 

Indef. 


1  yr. 

itt 

Indef. 

Indef. 
1  yr. 

1  yr. 
1  yr. 

8  mo*. 
1  yr. 

1  yr. 
Indef. 
Smos. 
Indef. 

1  yr. 
Indef. 


Indet. 
Indet. 
Indet. 
1  yr. 

4mos. 

1  yr. 
Indet. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 
1  yr. 


no 


no 

DO 

no  i  yes 
no  yes 
no     no 

no  yes 
ye*    ye* 

I 
ye*  {  no 
ye*    no 


ye* 
ye* 


yes 
yes 
ye* 

ye* 
yes 

yes 

DO 


i>o 
yea 


no 


126 
llOU 

150 


ye*  ;  $.% 
yea  |50 
yea        jes 


ye* 
yes 


ISO 
HOO 


ye*  I  1900  (a) 
yes        1100 


no  ye*  ye* 

no  ye*  ye* 

jes  no  yes 

no  no  yes 

no  no  yes 

no  yes  yes 

no  yes  yes 
ye*  !  ye*  j  yes 

y«l : 1 

ye*  I  DO  '  yes  ! 
no    yea    yee 
no    yes    yes 
ye*    no    yes 

no  i  yes  :  yes 
yes  yes  yes 
no  I  no  '  yee 
yea  yee  !  yes 
yes  no  \  yes 
yea    yes  j  yes 


yea 
yes 
yes 
no 
yes 
yee 
yes 
yes 


|4S 
no 
1100 
ISO 
175 
$100 
1100 
1100 


yes  |1,200  (a) 

yes  $100 

yes  1100 

no  yes 

yes  yes 

ye*  no 

yes  Indef. 

yes  $50 

yes  $100 

ye*  ;       $40 


ye* 

yes 

no 
no 
yes 
ye* 

ye* 

ye* 
ye* 

no 
ye* 

ye* 

ye* 
no 
yes 
yes 
ye* 
yes 
yea 
ye* 
ye* 
ye* 
ye* 
y«* 

no 
yes 
yea 

yes 
yes 
no 


SECTION     III.     OTHER     SPECIAL     HOSPITALS:     TOTAL,     113;     INTERNSHIPS,    511;     BEDS,     17,189. 


Children's  Hospital  

Children's  Hospital  

Episcopal  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat  Hos- 
pital   

TubereulosI*  Hospital  

V.  S.  Soldiers  Home  Hospital 

Annie  W.  Durand  Hospital  of  the 
John  McCormIck  Institute  for  In- 
fectious Diseases'  

Chicago  Lying-In  Hosp.  and  Disp.» 

Chicago  Maternity  Hospital  * 

Children's  Memorial  Hospital' 

Henrotin  Memorial  Hospital" 


Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Washington,  D.  C. 
Washington,  D.  C. 
Washington,  D.  C. 


Chicago,  111. 
Chicago,  III. 
Chicago,  111. 
Chicago,  HI. 
Chicago,  111. 


40 


56 


SO 


155 
319 


60 


17 


06 
20 


140 

22 

185 

17 


96 
110 


156 
875 


Ap. 

Ap. 


2      Ex. 

2    I  Ap. 

lDd.j  Ap. 


60       4 

140     24 


185 ;  6 

75  i    3 


Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 


Oct. 

» 

Indet. 
April 
Indet. 


1 
Indef. 
Indef. 

\ 


1  yr. 
6mos. 


yes 
yes 


1  yr.  yea 
1  yr.  no 
Indet.     no 


C  mos.  DO 

6  mos.  yes 

6  mos.  yes 

1  yt.  yes 

1  yr.  yee 


yes 
yes 

ye* 
no 
no 


no 
yes 
no 
yes 
yes 


yes 
yes 

yes 
yes 
ye* 


yes 
no 
yes 
yea 


yea 
yes 

yes 
no 
yes 


yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 


$75 
$15 

$10 
no 
1120 


yes 
yes 

no 
no 
no 


(w) 

(x)  I  yee 
tees  yes 
no  \  yes 
no        yes 


Numerical  and  other  references  will  be  found  on  page  50. 


57 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


Name  of  Hospital 


Location 


Home  for  Deetitate  Crippled  Obil- 
dreo  *  

Illinois  Charitable  Eye  and  Ear 
Infirmary 

North    Chicago   Hospital  "^ 

Halstead  Hospital  i  "»    

Pope  Sanatorium    (medical) 

St.  Joseph's   Inflnnary   (surgical) . . . 

Illinois  Central   (Railway)    Hospital 

Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Hosp.  .. 

Maine  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary 

Baltimore  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat 
Charity  Hospital '  

Hospital  lor  Women  of  Maryland  • 

Nursery  and  Childs  Hospital  * 

James  Lawrence  Kemon  Hospital 
lor  Crippled  Children 

Thomas  Wilson  Sanitarium '  (chil- 
dren)      

Maryland  Tuberculosis  Sanatorium.. 

Boston  Consumptives  Hospital 

Boston  Disp.  and  Hosp.  for  children 

Boston  Floating  Hospital '  (medi- 
cal)      

Boston  Lying-In  Hospital 

Children's  Hospital  

OoUls  P.  Huntington  Memorial  Hos- 
pital "     

Infants'  Hospital  

Massachusetts  Charitable  Eye  and 
Ear  Infirmary  

St.  Mary's  Infant  Asylum  and 
Lying-In  Hospital  

Free  Hospital  for  Women" 

Children's  Hospital  of  Michigan'... 

Woman's  Hospital  and  lutaots' 
Home  ^  

Morgan    Park    Hospital  •» 

Nopeming  Sanatorium »  (tubercu- 
losis)      

State  Hospital  for  Indigent  Crip- 
pled and  Deformed  Children* 

Northern   Pacific   (Railway)    Hosp.> 

Northern  Pacific   (Railway)    Hosp... 

Children's  Mercy  Hospital' 

Barnard  Free  Skin  and  Cancer  Hosp. 

St.  Louis  Children's  Hospital* 

Montefiore  Country  Sanatorium  (tu- 
berculosis)     

Kingston  Avenue  Hosp.*  (Oont.) 

Childreo's  Hospital  >  •  

Babies*  Hospital  

Herman  Knapp  Memorial  Eye  Hosp. 

Jewish  Maternity  Hospital 

Lying-In  Hospital  of  the  Ctty  of 
New  York*  

Manhattan  Maternity  and  IMsp 

Memorial   Hospital   (cancer) 

Montefiore  Home  and  Hospital  tor 
Chronic  Dlseasea  

Neurological  Institute  ot  New  Tork. . 

New  York  Eye  and  Ear  Inflrmarr... 

New  York  Nursery  and  Child's  Hosp. 

New  York  Ophthalmic  Hospital 
(surgical)     

New  York  Orthopedic  Dispensary 
and  Hospital  

New  York  Skin  and  Cancer  Hoai*.  . . 

New  York  Society  for  Relief  ot  Bap- 
tured  and  Crippled 

Reconstruction    Hospital    (surgleal) 

Riverside  Hospital  (cont.  and 
tuber.)    

Seton   Hospital  (tuberculosis) 

Sloane  Hospital  for  Women 

St.  Mary's  Free  Hosp.  for  Ohlldnn. 

WlUard  Parker  Hospital  *  (medical) 

Woman's  Hospital  *  

St.  Charles  Hospital  for  Crippled 
Children  

Rutherford    Hospital    (surgical) 


Chicago,  III. 


Chicago,  ni 

Chicago,  III 

Halstead,  Kan.  . . 
'  Louisville,  Ky. ... 

:  Louisville,  Ky 

;  Paducab,  Ky 

;  New  Orleans,  La. 
!  Portland,  Me 


Baltimore,  Md. 
Baltimore,  Md. 
Baltimore,  Md. 


Hillsdale,  Md. . 


Mt.  Wilson.  Md.  .. 
State  Sanatorium, 

Md 

Boston,  Mass 

Boston,  Mass 


Boston,  Mass. 
Boston.  Mass.  . 
Boston,  Mass.  . 


Boston.  Mass. 
Boston,  Mass. 

Boston.  Mass. 


Boston.  Mass.  . . . 
Brookllne,  Mass. . 
Detroit,  Mich 


Number  of  Beds 


Interns 


yes 
yes 
SO 


100 


20 

yes 

yes 
50 

60 


U 


57 


yes 

yes 

10 

2S 


20 


yes 
yes 


S        = 


O  r«         Z 


S3 


It 


115 

ye« 
"io 


90 
00 
flO 


yes 

20 


U5 

175 
85 
70 
» 

100 
90 

eo 

100 
40 

us 

70 


Ap. 
Ex. 


Ap. 

Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 

Ap. 
Ap. 
Ap. 


n 


100 

I 

M 


U 

"w'i 

"I 

» i 
no 


«      S  Ap. 

75       S  Ap. 

4M  I    4  Ap. 

«a    U  Ap. 

SZ  !    4  Ap. 

H»     12  Ap. 

«  I    ft  j  Ap. 

IM  I    •  jEx. 

IS      t  Ap. 

80  I    8  Ap. 


no ! 


Ex. 


I 


95 


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I  Detroit,  Mich. 
I  Duluth,  Minn. 


Cincinnati   Tuberculosis   Sanat.***.. 

Cleveland  Maternity  Hospital* 

St.  Anne's  Infant  Asylom  uid  Ma- 
ternity Hospital  »    

Children's  Hospital « 

Portland  Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat 
Hospital*   

American  Oncologic  Hosp.   (cancer) 

Children's  Homeopathic  Hospital 

Children's  Hospital  of  Philadelphia. 


Nopemlog,  Minn.  . 


St.  Paul,  Minn.  .. 
Olcndlve,  Mont. .. 
Missoula,  Mont.  . 
Kansas  City,  Mo. 
St.  Louis,  Mo.  ... 
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Bedford  HIIU.N.T. 

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Cleveland,  Ohio. . . . 


Cleveland,  Ohio. 
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58 


HOSPITALS     APPROVED     FOR     INTERNSHIPS 


Name  ot  Hoipital 


JowlBh  Maternity  Hcxpltal  >  " 

Pennsylvania  Hospital,  Departmeot 
(or  Mental  and  Nervous  DlwaMi  * 

Philadelphia  UospltiU  tor  OonU- 
glous  DIseaw*  *  "   

Philadelphia  Lying-In  Charity  Hos- 
pital»  '>  

Philadelphia  Orthopedic  Hoep.  and 
Inflmiary  for  Ncrvoua  DlieaKS 

St.  Christopher's  Hoap.  for  Children 

St.  Vincent's  Maternity  Hospital.... 

West  Philadelphia  Hospital  tor 
Women  •    

Wills   Hospital    (eye) 

Children's  Hospital «   

Eye  and  Ear  Hospital  > 

Bosella  Foundling  and  Maternity 
Hospital 

Providence  City  Hospital  (conta- 
gious and   tuberculosis) 

Providence  Lying-In  Hospital 

Newell  and  Newell  baoitarluin  " 

Woman's  Hospital  of  the  State  of 
Tennessee '     

George  Ben  Johnston  Hemorial 
Hospital"     

Chesaiwake  and  Ohio  (Railway) 
Hospital  •     

Elizabeth  Buxton  Hospital  (surgi- 
cal)      

Sarah  Leigh  Hospital" 

Grace   Hospital"    

Johnston-Willis  Sanitarium"    

Sheltering  Arms  Hospital" 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital  (lorgleal 
and   medical)    

St.    Luke's    Hospital" 

Lewis-Gale  Hospital,   Inc.'" 

Children's  Orthopedic  Hospital  •• 

FIrland  Sanatorium  ••  (cent,  and 
tuberc.)     

Fairmont  Hospital,  No.  S" 

Northern  Pacidc  Railway  Hospital... 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital" 

Madison    Methodist    Hospital  •«  »».. 

Milwaukee  Children's  Hospital' 

Trinity  Hospital  »i  


Location 


Philadelphia,  Fa. . 
Phlladelpbla,  Pa. . 
Pblladalpbia,  Pa. . 
Philadelphia,  Pa. . 


Philadelphia,  Pa. ..  W  <1  ! 
Philadelphia,  Pa. ..  a>  W  i 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  ..     u        42 


Number  ot  Beds 


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Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Pittsburgh,  Pa. ... 
Pittsburgh,  Pa. ... 

Pittsburgh,  Pa. ... 


Providence,  R.  I. 
I'rovldence,  R.  I. 
Chattanooga, 
Tenn 40        10 


Naahvllle,  Tenn.  ...{  yei 
Abingdon,  Va |  yea  ; 


Clifton  Forge,  Va. 

Newport  News,  Va. 

Norfolk,  Va 

Richmond,  Va 

Richmond,  Va 

Richmond,  Va 


Richmond,  Va. 
Richmond,  Va. 
Roanoke,  Va. .. 
.Seattle,  Wash. , 


Seattle,  Wash 

Palrmont.  W.  Va. 
Tacoma,  Wash.  ... 

AppMon,  Wis 

Madison,  Wis 

Milwaukee,  Wis.  . . 
Milwaukee,  Wis.  .. 


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1.  Women  Interna  admitted. 

2.  No  maternity  work. 

3.  Internships  open  only  to  graduates  ot 

local  medical  school. 

4.  Women  Interns  only. 

5.  Two     Interns     furnished     every     two 

months  by  Buffalo  City  Hospital. 
8.  Previous  training  required. 

7.  Interns  furnished  from  Harper  Hospi- 

tal, Detroit. 

8.  Affiliated   with  Rush    Medical  College. 

Chicago. 

9.  Under  V.  S.  Department  of  Interior. 

10.  Affiliated    with    Northwestern    Univer- 

sity Medical  School. 

11.  Affiliated  with  the  University  of  Mary- 

land School  of  Medicine,  Baltimore. 

12.  Affiliated   with    University  ot    Buffalo 

Medical  Department. 
IS.  .4fflIIated  with  St.  .Mary's  Infant  Asy- 
lum   and    Maternity    Hospital,    Buf- 
falo, for  obstetric  training. 

14.  Affiliated  with  St.  Vincent's  Maternity 

Hospital,  Philadelphia,  for  obstetric 
training. 

15.  Affiliated    with    Pirland     Sanatorium, 

Seattle,  for  tuberculosis  training. 

16.  Affiliated    with    Children's    Orthopedic 

Hospital,     Seattle,     for     orthopedic 
training. 

17.  Affiliated  with  St.  Anne's  Infant  Asy- 

lum and  Maternity  Hospital,  Cleve- 
land, for  obetetric  training. 

18.  Two     Interns     furnished     every     two 

months  by  Cincinnati  General  Hosp. 

19.  Affiliated    with    St.    Alexia    Hospital. 

Cleveland,  for  Intern  training. 
30.  Interns  furnished  by  Jewish  and  Mt. 
Sinai  Hospitals.  Philadelphia. 

21.  Interns  take  2  to  4  months'  training  as 

part   of    their    two   year   course    at 
Philadelphia  General  Hospital. 

22.  Affiliated  with  Seattle  General  Hospi- 

tal for  Intern  training. 


'.23.  Affiliated  with   Seattle  (Tity  Hospital  (q) 
for  Intera  training. 

24.  First  alz  months'  Internship  at  Jack- 

son  Clinic,   Madison,   affiliated  with  (r) 
hospital. 

25.  Interns    furnished    by    Dnivertlty    of  <») 

California  Medical  School.  ft) 

26.  Women  Interns  admitted   to  the  dill-  (u) 

dren's  medical  service  only.  (v) 

27.  AffiUated   with   Ohio   State  Unlvertity  (w) 

Medical  School.  Columbus. 
2S.  Interns  supplied  by  Pennsylvania  Hos- 
pital. 

28.  Affiliated    with    Kensington    Hospital  (x) 

tor    Women.    Philadelphia,    tor    ob- 
stetric training.  (y) 

30.  Affiliated  with  St.  Mary  s  Infant  Asy- 
lum   and    Maternity    Hospital    and  (z) 
Providenee     Retreat,     Buffalo,     for 
obstetrical  and  neurological  training.  (aa) 

SI.  Surgical   service  predominates. 

82.  Research  hospital  for  malignant  dit-  (bb) 
eases. 

(a)  Per  year.  (cc) 

(b)  Twenty-flve  dollars  a  month  for  first 

six   months,   $50  a  month   lor  last  * 

six  months.  ** 

(c)  Twenty-flve    dollars    tor    first    three  ••* 

months,    $50    per    month    for    last  ""' 

three  months.  t 

(d)  Fifty  dollars  a  month  during  second  tt 

year, 

(h)  Seniors   $25    per   month.  tft 

(1)  Juniors  $20,  seniors  $45.  tttt 
(J)  For  postgraduate  students  only, 

(k)  Twenty-flve    dollars     for    first    three  tt{ 

months,  $50  for  remaining  months.  i;;! 

(I)  Receive  allowance  for  giving  ot  anee-  « 

thesia.  «» 

(m)  Fifteen  juniors,  4  seniors.  ### 

(n)  Bonus  of  $100  at  end  of  term.  II 

(o)  Twenty-flve  dollars  a  month  for  last  W 

four  months,  bonus  of  $100  at  end  i 

of   term.  {{ 

(p)  Nurses  training  school  not  registered.  HI 

59 


Fifteen  dollars  for  first  R  months,  $20 
tor  next  6  months  and  $25  for  last 
8  months. 

Thirty-flve  dollars  a  month  (or  first 
year,  $45  a  month  for  second  year. 

Bonot  of  $180  at  end  of  year. 

Bonus  ot  $300  at  end  of  year. 

FKty  to  $75  a  month  (or  seniors. 

Bonus  ot  $50  at  end  ot  year. 

Receive  senior  students  from  accredited 
schools  for  nurses  tor  a  course  of 
three  months  In  practical  and  theo- 
retical work. 

Twenty-flve  dollars  a  month  while  In 
outpatient  department. 

Twenty-flve  dollars  a  month  for  last 
three  months. 

Fifteen  dollars  a  month  for  first  6 
months.  $20  a  month  for  last  6  mos. 

Service  in  this  hospital  forms  part  of 
Mayo  Foundation  Fellowships. 

Six  hundred  dollars  first  year,  $750 
second    year   and   $1,000   third   year. 

One  hundred  dollars  a  month  for  sen- 
iors, $75  a  month  for  puniors. 

May  and  November. 

Every   six   months. 

May    and  July. 

Every  three  months. 

Every  two   months. 

Doctors  who  have  had  general  hospi- 
tal training  are  chosen  as  Interns. 

Juniors  six  months,  seniors  12  months 

Surgical  every  6  months,  medical 
every   6   months. 

B;very  four  months. 

One  every  6  months. 

April    and  July. 

February  and  July. 

Sixteen  seniors.  12  juniors. 

April    and   October. 

April  and  December. 

May  and  August. 

Resident  chosen  from  interns. 

Bonus  at  eod  of  year. 


MEDICAL   LIBRARIES 

OF  THE  UNITED  STATES,  PHILIPPINE   ISLANDS  AND  CANADA 


NOTE. — Th«  following  list  includes  Ubrarlu   belonging  to  medical  societies,  bosptt*!*,  medical  colleges,  suts  boards  of  health,  eta. 
The  figures  indicate  the  number  of  relumes. 


ALPHABETICAL     LIST 

Academy  of  Medicine  of  Northern  New 

Jersey,  Medical  Library  of N.  J. 

Alameda    County    Medical    Library Calif. 

Atlantic    City     Free    Public    Library, 

Medical    Department X.   J. 

Barlow  Medical  Library Calif. 

Baylor  University  College  of  Medicine 

Library  Texas 

Bellerue    Hospital,   Llbrar>-   of   ratho' 

logical  Department N.  Y. 

Berks  County  Medical  Society  Library.. Pa. 

Bexar  County  Medical  Library Texas 

Boston  City  Hospital  Medical  Library.  .Mass. 

Boston  Medical  Library Mass 

Boston  University  Medical  Library. ..  .Mass. 

Bureau  of  Laboratories,  Library  of.  ...N.  Y. 

California  State  Library Calif. 

Chenanco     County     Medical     Society 

Library  N.  Y. 

Cincinnati  Hospital  Medical  Library Ohio 

Cleveland  Medical  Library  Association.  .Ohio 

Clifton    Springs    Sanitarium    Medical 

Library N.  Y. 

College  of  rhyslcUns  of  Philadelphia, 

Library  of Pa. 

Columbia  University,  Library  of  Col- 
lege of  Physicians  and  Surgeons.  .X.  Y. 

Cornell  University  Medical  College  Li- 
brary   X.  Y. 

Craig  Colony,  Medical  Library  of N.  Y. 

Crelghton  University  College  of  Medi- 
cine Library   Xeb. 

Dalhousle  University,  Library  of  Med- 
ical  Faculty Halifax,  Canada 

Danvers  .State  Hospital  Library Mass. 

Dartmouth  Medical  School,  Library  of.X.  U. 

Dayton  Medical  Llbrao" Ohio 

Detroit  College  of  .Medicine  and  Sur- 
gery Library Mich. 

Dutchess-Putnam  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   N.  Y. 

Eclectic  Medical  College  Library Ohio 

Egbert  Lefevre  Memorial  Library X.  Y. 

EI  Paso  County  .Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   Tex. 

El  Paso  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary     Colo. 

Emon'    University.   Library  of  School 

of  .Medicine Oa. 

Enoch    Pratt    Free    Library,    Medical 

Department Md. 

Erie  County  Medical  Society  Library Pa. 

Evans  Memorial   Library  for  Clinical 

Research  and  Preventive  Medicine.. Mass. 

Evanston  Medical  Science  Library 111. 

Fall   Itlver  Medical    Society   Library. .  .Mass. 

Forbes  Library Mass. 

General  Medical  Foundation  of  Chi- 
cago Library   HI. 

George  Washington  University  Li- 
brary,  Department  of   Medicine.  .  .D.    C. 

Georgetown  Unlrenlty  Medical  Library. D.  C. 

Georgia   Medical   Society  of   Chatham 

County.  Lllirury  of Ga. 

Grand  Rapids  Public  Library Mich. 

<;rn»venor  IJbrary j(.  y. 

Hahnemann  Medical  College  and  Boi- 

pltal    Library Pa. 

Hanover  Public    Library ]pa. 

Harper  Hospital  Llbrao' '.Mich! 

Harrlsburg  Academy  of  Medicine,  li- 
brary of p, 

Hartford  Medical  Society  Library. .'.'.' .Coon." 


Harvard  Medical  School  Library Mass. 

Hennepin  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   Minn. 

Hygienic  Laboratory  Library D.  C. 

Indiana  University  Medical  School  Li- 
brary    Ind. 

Indianapolis   Public    Library,    Medical 

Department     Ind. 

Iowa  State  Library   Iowa 

Jackson  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   Mo. 

Janeway  Memorial  Library N.  Y'. 

Jefferson  County  Medical  Library Ala. 

Jefferson  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   Ky. 

Jefferson  Medical  College  Library Pa. 

Jersey  City  Free  Public  Library,  Med- 
ical  Department N.  J. 

John   Crerar  Library.   Department  of 

.Medical    Sciences III. 

Johns  Hopkins  Hospital  Library Md. 

Johns  Hopkins  University  Medical  De- 
partment Library Md. 

JohnH  Hopkins  University,  School  of 
Hygiene  and  Public  Health,  Li- 
brary of Md 

Kalamazoo  Academy  of  Medicine,  Li- 
brary of Mich. 

Lackawanna    County    Medical    Society 

Llbrarj- Pa. 

Lancaster   City   and   Coiinty   Medical 

Society   Pa. 

Lane    Medical    Library    of    Stanford 

University    Calif. 

La  Salle-Peru  Medical  Library 111. 

Laval   University,   Library   of  Faculty 

of  Medicine  of Quebec,  Canada 

Lawrenc#  General   Hospital,   Flanders 

Medical  Library  of Mass. 

Los  Angeles  County  Hospital   Medical 

Library Calif. 

Louisville  Free  Public  Library,  Med- 
ical Department Ky. 

Loyola  University  Library 111. 

Luzerne  County  Med.  Soc.  Library Pa. 

McGlll  University,  Faculty  of  Medi- 
cine, Library  of Montreal,  Canada 

.McLean  Hospital  Medical  Library Mass. 

Maine    Medical    Association    Library.  ..  .Me. 

Marquette  School  of  Medicine  Library..  .Wis. 

Massachusetts     State     Department     of 

Public  Health,  Library  of Mass. 

Mayo   Clinic  Library Minn. 

Medical    and    Chlrurglcal    Faculty    of 

Maryland,  Library  of Md. 

Medical    Society   of   City   and    County 

of  Denver  Library Colo. 

.Medical    .Society    of    County    of   Kings 

Lllirary   X.  Y. 

Meharry  Medical  College  Library Tenn. 

Mercantile   Library Pa. 

Mercy   Hospital   Library Iowa 

Mercy  Hospital  Staff  Library Pa. 

Michael  Ite<iic  Ili.spltnl  .Medical  Library.  .III. 

Michigan  Department  of  Health  Li- 
brary   Mich. 

Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  Li- 
brary   Wis. 

Morgan  County  Medical  Society  Library.. III. 

National  Health  Library  X.  Y. 

Nebraska     State    Medical    Association 

Library Neb. 

N«fr  Hampshire  State  Llbrar7,  Medi- 
cal Department N.  B. 


New  Haven  Medical  Association  Li- 
brary     Conn. 

Xew  York  Academy  of  Medicine  Li- 
brary   X.  Y. 

Xew    York    Eye    and    Ear    Infirmary 

Library N.Y. 

Xew  York  Homeopathic  Medical  Col- 
lege Library N.Y. 

New    York    Public    Library,    Medical 

Section   N.  Y. 

New  York  State  Medical  Library N.  Y. 

Northwestern        University        Medical 

School   Library m. 

Ohio  State  University  Medical  Li- 
brary   Ohio 

Ohio-Miami  Medical  College,  Univer- 
sity  of  Cincinnati,  Library Ohio 

Orleans  Parish  Medical  Society  Library.  .La. 

Pennsylvania  Hospital   -Mcilical  Library.  .Pa. 

Philippine  Bureau  of  Science  Library..?.  I. 

Physicians'  Library Mich. 

Pierce  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary    Wash. 

Pittsburgh  Academy  of  Medicine  Li- 
brary   Pa. 

Pittsburgh.  Carnegie  Library  of  Med- 
ical Department Pa. 

Psychiatric  Instltutite,  Library  of X.  Y. 

Public  Health  Division  of  the  Munici- 
pal Reference  Library N.  Y. 

Public    Health     Service,     Bureau    of. 

Library   D.  C. 

Pueblo  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary    Colo. 

Pulaski  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   Ark. 

tjuine    Library,   University   of  Illinois 

College  of  Medicine 111. 

Ramsey  County  Medical , Society  Li- 
brary     Minn. 

Redwood  Library   and  Athena:um R.   I. 

Rhode  Island  .Medical  Society  LIlirarj'.R.   I. 

Rochester  Academy  of  Medicine  Li- 
brary   X.  Y. 

Rockefeller  Institute  for  Medical  Re- 
search  Library N.  Y. 

Bush  Medical  College  Library III. 

St.  Louis  Medical  Society,  Library  of... Mo. 

St.  Louis  Municipal  Medical  Library Mo. 

St,  Louis  Public  Library,  Medical  De- 
partment     Mo. 

St.  Louis  University  School  of  Medi- 
cine Library Mo. 

San   Diego    Medical   Library    Asiocla- 

tlon  Calif. 

San  Francisco  County  Medical  Society 

Library Calif. 

Saranac  Laboratory  Library N.  Y. 

Savannah  Municipal  Hygienic  Labora- 
tory  Library Ca. 

Schuylkill     County     .Medical     Library 

Association    Pa. 

Sheboygan    Clinic   Library Wis. 

South    Bend    Public   Library,    Medical 

Department Ind. 

South  Carolina  .Medical  College  Library. S.  C. 

South   Highlands   Infirmary   Library.... Ala. 

Springfield  City  Library  Association.  ..Mass. 

istormimt   Meillral   Library Kan. 

Surgeon-Generals  Otlice,  Library  of.  .,D.  C. 

Syracuse  University,  Library  of  Col- 
lege of  Medicine N,  Y. 

Temple        University,        Professional 

Schools,  Library Pa. 


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MEDICAL    LIBRARIES 


Toronto  Academy  of  Medicine,  Library 

of   Canada 

Transylvania  Library Ky. 

Treadwell  Library,  Massachusetts  Gen- 
eral   Hospital Mass. 

Trudeau  Sanatorium   Medical  Library. N.   T. 

Tufts    College    Uedlcal     and     Dental 

School  Library Hau. 

Tulane  University,  School  of  Medi- 
cine, Library    L«. 

Union   Hospital   Medical   Library Masi. 

United   States    Naval    Medical    Schoul 

Library  D.  C. 

University  of  Alabama  School  of  Med- 
icine, Library  of Ala. 

University  of  Alberta  Medical  Library 

Edmonton,  Canada 

University  of  Arkansas  Medical  De- 
partment Library Ark. 

University  of  Buttalo  .Medical  Li- 
brary   N.  Y. 

University   of   California,    Library    of 

Medical  Department Calif. 

University  of  Colorado  Library Colo. 

University     of     GeorKla,     Library     of 

Medical    Department Oa. 

University  of  Iowa,  Medical  Library. .  .Iowa 

University  of  Kansas  School  of  Medi- 
cine Library Kan. 

University  of  Manitoba  Medical  Li- 
brary   WInnipei,  Canada 

University   of  Maryland   Library Md. 

University  of  Michigan  .Medical  Li- 
brary     Mich. 

TTntverslty      of      Minnesota     Medical 

School  Library Minn. 

University  of  .Missouri,  .Medical  Li- 
brary     Mo. 

University    of    Montreal,    Faculty    of 

Medicine,  Library  of Canada 

University    of    Nohraska,    Library    of 

College  of  Medicine Neb. 

University  of  North  Carolina  Library.. N.  C. 

University  of  North  Dakota  Library... N.  D. 

University  of  Oklahoma  Medical  De- 
partment, Library  cif Okla. 

University   of   Oregon   Medical   School 

*       Library   Ore. 

University    of    Pennsylvania,    Medical 

Department   Library Pa. 

University   of   Pittsburgh,   Library   of 

the  School   of  Medicine Pa. 

University  of  South  Dakota  Library.  ..S.  D. 

University    of    Tennessee    College    of 

Medicine  Library Tenn. 

University  of  Texas,  Medical  Depart- 
ment Library Texas 

University  of  Toronto  Library Canada 

University  of  Utah  Library Utah 

University     of     Vermont.     College     of 

Medicine  Library Vt. 

University  of  Virginia  Library V». 

University   of  West   Virginia   Medical 

Library  W.  Va. 

University  of  Wisconsin  Library Wli. 

Vancouver  Medical  Anoclatlon  Li- 
brary   Canada 

Vanderbilt  University  School  of  Med- 
icine   Library Tenn. 

Virginia  Medical  College  Library Va. 

Washington  Medical  Library  Associa- 
tion     Wash. 

Washington  University  Medical  School 

Library    Mo. 

Wayne  County  Medical  Society  Li- 
brary   Mich. 

Western    Reserve    University    Medical 

Library     Ohio 

Western    University    Medical     School 

Library London,  Canada 

Wheeling  Medical  Library  Association 

W.   Va. 

White  Memorial  BospiUl  Library Calif. 

Wile    Library Conn. 

William  Plerson  Memorial  Library  As- 
sociation   N.  J. 

Woman's  Medical  College  of  Pennsyl- 
vania Library Pa. 

Worcester   District  Medical  Library ...  Mass. 

Yale  University  Library Conn. 

York  County  Medical  Society  Library..  .Pa. 


NUMBER    OF    LIBRARIES.    198 

ALABAMA 
Birmingham 

Jefferson  County  Medical  Library,  Pub- 
lic Library,  Blnnlngham,  Ala.  Estab- 
lished 189S.  Mr.  Lloyd  W.  Josselyn,  Li- 
brarian, 2,200. 

South  Highlands  Infirmary  Library,  1127 
S.  12th  St.,  Birmingham,  Ala.  Established 
1919.  Miss  Eula  McWhorter,  Librarian. 
1.500. 

Mobile 

Library  of  School  of  Medicine,  Univer- 
sity of  Alabama,  Mobile,  Ala.  EatabUsbed 
1859  by  SUte  of  Alabama.    5,000. 

ARKANSAS 
Little  Rock 

Pulaski  Couniy  Medical  Society  Llbrao'. 
Little  Rock  Public  Ubrary.  Little  Hock. 
Ark.  Esubllshed  1915.  .Miss  Beatrice 
Prall,  Librarian.    S50. 

University  of  Arkansas  Medical  De- 
partment Library,  300  W.  Markham  St.. 
Little  Rock,  Ark.  Established  1879.  Miss 
Blake  Beem,  Librarian.     4,500. 

CALIFORNIA 
Lot  Anialw 

Barlow  Medical  Library,  712  N.  Broad 
nay,   Los   Angeles.     EsUblUhed    1906    by 
physicians  of  Los  Angeles.     Mrs.   Ida   D. 
Fellows,  Librarian.     10,000. 

Los  Angeles  County  Hosplul  Medical 
Library,  1100  Mission  Rd.,  Los  Angeles. 
Established  1914  by  Los  Angeles  County. 
Miss  Eleanor  Hamilton,  Librarian.     2,418. 

White    Memorial    Hospital    Library.    312 

N.   Boyle  Ave.,   Los  Angeles.     Established 

1920   by    College    of   Medical    Evangelists. 

.Miss  Mabel  D.  Edwards,  Librarian.     1,858. 

Oakland 

Medical    Library    of    Alameda    County. 
3105    Grove    St.,   Oakland,   Calif.      Estab- 
ll.shed     1915.       Miss     Lillian     McKlnnon, 
Librarian.     5,075. 
Sacramento 

California  State  Library,  The  Capitol, 
Sacramento,  Calif.  Established  1850  bv 
the  Legislature.  Mr.  Milton  J.  Ferguson, 
Librarian. 

San  Dltfo 

San  Diego  Medical  Library  Association. 
1230  First  National  Bank  BIdg..  San 
Diego,  Calif.  Established  1915  by  San 
Diego  Medical  Library  Association.  Mrs. 
Lucy  T.  Edwards,  Librarian.  4.000. 
San  Franelico 

Lane  Medical  Library  of  Stanford  Uni- 
versity. Sacramento  and  Webster  Sts.,  San 
Francisco.  Esubllshed  1895  by  Levi 
Cooper  Lane.  Miss  Louise  OpbOIs,  Li- 
brarian.    53,500. 

San  Francisco  County  Medical  Society 
Library,  909  Hyde  St.,  San  Francisco. 
Leo  Eloesser,  Librarian.     10,000. 

University  of  California.  Library  of 
Medical  Department.  Parnassus  and  2d 
Aves..  San  Francisco.  Established  1914. 
Miss  Eva  West,  Librarian.     14.000. 

COLORADO 
Boulder 

University  of  Colorado  Library.  Boulder. 
Colo.  Esubllshed  1885.  C.  Henry  Smith, 
Librarian.     7,279. 

Colorado  Springs 

El  Paso  Cotinty  Medical  Society  Library. 
Carnegie  Public  Library,  Colorado  Springs. 
Colo.  Esubllshed  1900  by  El  Paso  County 
Medical  Society.  George  A.  Boyd,  Libra- 
rian. 4,500. 
Denver 

Library  of  the  Medical  Society  of  the 
City  and  County  of  Denver,  1620  Court 
Place,  Denver.  Established  1893  by  the 
Colorado  Medical  Library  Association. 
Miss  Ruth  Jones,  Librarian.     17,243. 

Pueblo 

Library  of  the  Pueblo  County  Medical 
Society,  McCIellan  Library  Bidg.,  Pueblo, 
Colo.  Established  1896.  R.  W.  Corwin, 
Librarian.     4,000. 


CONNECTICUT 
Daabury 

Wile     Library,     Danbury     Hoaplul,     95 
Locust  Ave.,  Danbury,  Conn.     Established 
1910  by  Dr.  W.  C.  Wile.     Mist  Anna  M. 
Griffin,    Librarian.     1,500. 
Hartford 

Hartford  Medical  Society  Library,  Hunt 
Memorial  BIdg.,  38  Prospect  St.,  Hart- 
ford, Conn.  EatablUbed  1873  by  Hartford 
Medical  Library  AsiuKlation.  Walter  R 
Steinar,  Librarian.  9,650. 
Ntw  Havan 

Library  of  the  New  Haven  Medical  At- 
toclatlon,  234  Church  St.,  New  Haven. 
Conn.  EtUbllshed  1897  by  New  Haven 
Medical  Association,  Gustavus  Eliot,  Li- 
brarian.    3.000. 

Yale  University  Ubrary.  New  Haven, 
fonn.  Established  1701.  Mr.  Andrew 
Keogh,  Librarian.     47.000. 

DISTRICT  OF  COLUMBIA 
Washington 

(ieiirgetoBTj  University  Medical  Llbrar> 
S5th  and  N  8U..  N.W.,  Washington,  DC 
Eatablithed  1912  by  Dr.  George  M.  Kober 
Mr.  P.  A.  Corrigan,  Librarian.     2,937. 

Library,  Department  of  Medicine,  George 
Waahlngton  University,  1335  H  St.,  N.W  . 
Washington,  D.C.  Esubllshed  about  182r, 
by  the  University.  Mr.  W.  B.  King,  Li- 
brarian.    1,750. 

Library,  Hygienic  I.,aboratory,  25th  and 
E  Sts.,  N.W.,  Washington,  D.C.  Mur- 
ray Gait  Motter,  Librarian.     10,000. 

Library  of  the  Bureau  of  Public  Health 
Service  3  B  St.,  S.E.,  Washhigton,  D.C. 
Margaret  Doonan.   Librarian.     6,200. 

Library  of  the  Surgeon -General'a  Office. 
7th  and  B  SU..  8.W.,  Washington,  D.C. 
Esubllshed  1864  by  Dr.  John  S.  Billing^ 
for  U.  S.  Government.  Brig.  Gen.  Robert 
E.  Noble,  Librarian.     281,828. 

United  States  Naval  Medical  School  Li- 
brary, foot  of  24th  St.  N.W.,  Washington. 
D.C.  Established  1902.  .Miss  Caroline  E 
Peterson,  Librarian.     30,000. 

GEORGIA 

Atlanta 

Emory  University,  School  of  Medicine. 
Library.  Atlanta,  Ga.  Established  1910. 
Miss  Margaret  M.  Jemlson.  Librarian. 
5.400. 

Augusta 

Library  of  the  Medical  Department  of 
the  University  of  Georgia,  AugusU,  Ga. 
Esubllshed  1848.  Mrs.  Dahlia  .McFall. 
Librarian.     5.000. 

Savannah 

Library  of  the  Georgia  Medical  Societv 
of  Chatham  County,  612  Drayton  St ,  Sa- 
vannah, Ga.  Established  1804  by  Dr 
Noble  Wymberly  Jones  et  al.  for  the 
Georgia  Medical  Society.  V.  H.  Bassett. 
Librarian.     8,000. 

Library  of  the  Municipal  Hygienic  Lab- 
oratory. Board  of  SaniUry  Commissioners. 
City    Hall.    Savannah,     Ga.      Established 

1908.  1,800. 

ILLINOIS 
Chieago 

General  Medical  Foundation  of  Chicago 
Library.  2811  Cottage  Grove  Ave.,  Chi- 
cago.    Esubllshed  1855.     3.750 

John  Crerar  Library,  Department  of 
Medical  Sciences,  N.  Michigan  Ave. 
and  E.  Randolph  St.,  Chicago.  Esub- 
llshed 1906.  C.  W.  Andrews,  Librarian. 
79,285. 

Library  of  Rush  Medical  College,  1743 
W.  Harrison  St.,  Chicago.  Bsublisheii 
1899.  Miss  C.  A.  McAuIlff,  Librarian. 
26,481. 

Loyola  University  Library,  Medical  De- 
partment, 706  S.  Lincoln  St.,  Chicago. 
Established  1869.  Miss  Mary  Unseid,  Li- 
brarian.    3.000. 

Michael  Reese  HospiUi  Medical  Library. 
2900     EUit    Ave.,    Clilcago.      Esubllshed 

1909.  Emily  K.  Bufe,  Librarian,  5,500. 
Northwestern  University  Medical  School 

Library,  2421  S.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago. 
Established  1898  by  the  Alumni  of  the 
Medical  School.  Miss  Selma  Schneider, 
Librarian.     9,698. 


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AMERICAN     MEDICAi.     DIRECTORY 


Quine  Library,  College  of  Medicine,  Uni- 
Terslty    of   Illinois,    Congress  and   Honore 
Sts.,    Chicago.      Established    1896.      Miss 
Metta  M.  Loomls,  Librarian.     25,647. 
Evantton 

Medical  Science  Library,  1703  Orrlngton 
Ave.,    Evanston,     111.      Established    1909. 
Ida    Faye    Wright,    Librarian.      1,272. 
Jacksonville 

Library,  Morgan  County  Medical  So- 
ciety, Public  Library,  JacksonTllle,  111. 
Established  1872.  Darld  W.  Held,  Libra- 
rian.    3,000. 

La  Sail* 

La  Salle-Peru  Medical  Library,  151  6th 
Bt,  La  BaUe.  lU.  KaUbllshed  I91«  b7  T. 
W.  Matthiessen.  E.  W.  Wels,  Librarian. 
1,074. 

INDIANA 
Bloomlngton 

Indiana  University  Medical  School  Li- 
brary, Bloomlngton,  Ind.  Established  1903 
by  legislature.  W.  A.  Alexander,  Li- 
brarian.    3,000. 

■■dlanapolli 

Indiana  University  School  of  Medicine 
Library,  1040  N.  Michigan  St..  Indian- 
apolis. Established  1903.  EfTa  G.  Cosner, 
Librarian.    3,000. 

Indianapolis  Public  Library,  Medical 
Department,  20  E.  St.  Clair  St.,  Indianap- 
olis. Established  1873.  Mr.  C.  B. 
Rush,  Librarian.     11,000. 

South   Bend 

Medical  Department.  Public  Library. 
South  Bend,  Ind.  Established  1912  by 
Public  Library  and  St.  Joseph  County 
Medical  Society.  Miss  Virginia  M.  Tutt. 
Librarian.     2,500. 

IOWA 

Davenport 

.Mercy  Hospital  Lilirary,  Mercy  Hospital, 
Davenport,    Iowa.      Esubllshed     1915    bv 
Medical  SUIT  of  Mercy  Hospital.     Edward 
I*.   Strohbehn,  Librarian.     900. 
Des  Molaea 

Iowa  State  Library,  Historical  BIdg.,  Des 
Moines,  Iowa.  Established  1838.  Miss 
Francis  B.  van  Zandt,  Librarian.    5,735. 

Iowa  City 

Medical  Library  of  the  State  University 
of  Iowa,  Iowa  City,  Iowa.  Miss  Orace 
Wormer,  Librarian.     9.700. 

KANSAS 

Rosedale 

Library  of  the  School  of  Medicine  of 
the  Uolrersity  of  Kansas,  Rosedale,  Kan. 
Established  1905.  Miss  Opal  WoodrulT, 
Librarian.      5,000. 

Topaka 

Stormont  Medical  Library,  State  House, 
Topeka,  Kan.  Eatal>llshed  1889  by  Mrs. 
Jane  C.  Stormont.  WInlleld  rraeman.  Li- 
brarian.     2,000. 

KENTUCKY 
Lexlnaton 

Transylvania  Library,  Lexington,  Ky. 
Established  1T83.  Mrs.  Charles  F.  Nor- 
ton,  Librarian.     9,000. 

Louhvlll* 

Library  of  the  Jefferson  County  Medical 
Society  and  of  University  of  Louisville, 
Medical  Department,  101  W.  Chestnut  St.. 
Louisville,  Ky.  Esubllshed  1837  by  the 
University  of  Louisville.  Mlsa  Nell  Blor- 
dan.  Librarian.     6.000. 

Louisville  Free  Public  Library,  Medical 
Department,  4th  Ate.  and  Library  PI., 
Louisville,  Ky.  Established  1905  by  the 
city  of  Louisville.  George  T.  Settle, 
Librarian.     1,214. 

LOUISIANA 
New  Orleait 

Library,  School  of  Medicine,  Tulane  Uni- 
versity, 1S51  Canal  St.,  New  Orleans. 
Established  1843.  Mlaa  Jane  Grey  Rogers 
Librarian.     11,000. 

Orleans  Parish  Medical  Society  Library, 
•551  '^»»"'  ^*'  ^•'»  Orleans.  Established 
1?7«  by  Orleans  Parish  Medical  Society. 
S.  Challle  Jamison,  Librarian.     12,000 


MAINE 
Portland 

Library  Maine  Medical  Association,  79 
Bramhall  St.,  Portland,  Me.  Esubllshed 
1825  by  E.  E.  Holt;  reestablished  1911  by 
the  Maine  Medical  Association.     1,500. 

MARYLAND 
Baltfmora 

Enoch  Pratt  Free  Library.  Medical  De- 
partment, 106  W.  Mulberry  St.,  Baltimore. 
Established  1882  by  Enoch  Pratt.  Mr. 
Bernard  C.  Stelner,  Librarian.     1,871. 

Johns  Hopkins  Hospital  Library,  North 
Broadway.  Baltimore.  E.stabllshed  188!». 
Miss  Minnie  W.  Blogg,  Librarian.     25,500. 

Johns  Hopkins  University  Medical  De- 
partment Library,  Monument  and  Wash- 
ington Sts.,  Baltimore.  Established  1876 
by  Johns  Hopkins.  M.  L.  Raney,  Libra- 
rian.     19,216. 

Library  of  the  Medical  and  Chlrurglcal 
Faculty  of  Maryland,  1211  Cathedral  St., 
Baltimore.  Established  1830.  Miss  Marcla 
C.    Noyes,    Librarian.      35,000. 

Library  of  the  School  of  Hygiene  and 
Public  Health,  Johns  Hopkins  University. 
310  W.  Monument  St.,  Baltimore.  Ess- 
Ubltshed  1918.  Elisabeth  S.  Thies,  Li- 
brarian.     6,800. 

University  of  Maryland  Library,  Lom- 
bard and  Greene  Sts.,  Baltimore.  KsUb- 
llshed  1813.  Mrs.  Ruth  Lee  Briscoe,  Li- 
brarian.    15,000. 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Bostoa 

Boston  City  Hosplul  Medical  Library. 
818  Harrison  Ave..  Boston.  Esubllshed 
1891.    John  J.  Dowling,  Librarian.     3,696. 

Boston  Medical  Library.  8  Fenway,  Bos- 
ton. Esubllshed  1875.  John  W.  Farlow, 
LlbrarUn.     115,000. 

Boston  University  Medical  Library,  80 
E.  Concord  St.,  Boston.  Established  1873. 
Gertrude   L.   Hodges,   Librarian.     6,733. 

Evans  Memorial  Library  for  Clinical 
Research  and  Preventive  Medicine,  80  E. 
Concord  St.,  Boston.  Established  1911. 
Gertrude   L.    Hodges,   Librarian.      1,470. 

Library  of  Harvard  Medical  School,  240 
Ixjngwood  Ave.,  Boston.  Esubllshed  1819. 
France*  N.  A.  Whitman,  Librarian. 
37,378. 

Library  of  Tufts  College  Medical  and 
Dental  School,  41G  Huntington  Ave.,  Bos- 
ton. Esubllshed  1893  by  Faculty  of  Tulu 
College  Medical  School.  Miss  U.  M.  Bcbb, 
Librarian.     3,000. 

Sute  Department  of  Public  Health  Li- 
brary, State  House,  Boston.  Established 
1869  by  State  Board  of  Health.  Miss  ('. 
B.    Cole,    Librarian.      1,500. 

Treadwell  Library,  MassachusetU  Gen- 
eral Hosplul.  Blossom  St.,  Boston.  Es- 
tablished 1847  by  MassachusetU  General 
Hosplul.  Mrs.  Grace  W.  Myers,  Libra- 
rian.    10,651. 

Fall   River 

Lil.niiy  of  the  Fall  River  Medical  So- 
ciety, Union  Hospital,  Fall  River,  Mass. 
Established  1901.  Thomas  F.  Gunning, 
Librarian.      700. 

Union    Hospital    Medical    Library,    Fall 
River,    Mass.      Established    1907.      George 
L.  Richards,  Librarian.     440. 
Hathorns 

Danvers    State    Hospital    Library,    Ha- 
thnrne,    Mass.      Esubllshed    1902.      Custis 
Koch,  Librarian.     1,593. 
Lawrnea 

Flanders  Medical   Library   of   the  Law- 
rence  General    Hospital,   Lawrence,  Mass. 
Established  1912.    J.  Forrest  Bumham,  Li- 
brarian.     512. 
Northampton 

Forbes     Library,    Medical     Department, 

West  St,  Northampton,  Mass.     Esubllshed 

1894    by    Judge    Charles    Edward    Forbes. 

Joseph  Leroy  Harrison,  Librarian.     5,000 

Sprlnrllold 

City  Library  Association  of  Sprlngflcld, 
Medical  Department,  200  Bute  St.,  Hprlng- 
fleld,  Mass.  Established  1857  by  citizens. 
Mr.  Blller  C.  Wellman,  Librarian.    2,250. 


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Wavarlay 

McLean  HosplUl  Medical  Library,  Wa- 
verley,     Mass.      EsUblished     1887.      Miss 
Laura  F.  Phlibrook,  Librarian.     6,827. 
Woreester 

Worcester  District  Medical  Library,  18 
Kim  St.,  Worcester,  Mass.  EsUblished 
1822.  Albert  C.  Getchell,  Librarian. 
11,633. 

MICHIGAN 
Ann  Arbor 

Medical  Library  of  the  University  of 
Michigan,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.  Esubllshed 
1854.  Mr.  W.  W.  Bishop,  Librarian. 
39,592. 

BaHle  Creek 

Physicians'  Library,  Sanitarium  St., 
Battle  Creek,  Mich.  Established  1887  by 
Dr.  John  H.  Kellogg.  Lillian  Davis,  Libra- 
rian.    3,500. 

Dotroit 

Detroit  College  of  Medicine  and  Surgery 
Library,  1516  St  Antolne,  Detroit.  Es- 
tablished 1913.  Beatrice  Carmichael,  Li- 
brarian.    725. 

Harper  Hospital  Library,  Detroit  Es- 
Ublished 1914  by  trustees  of  Harper  Hos- 
pital.   Alice  L.  Bone,  Librarian.     1,188. 

Library  of  the  Wayne  County  Medical 
Society,  65  E.  High  St.,  Detroit  Es- 
tablished 1910.  Miss  Ethel  L.  GolT,  Li- 
brarian.     15,200. 

Brand  Raplda 

(.rand     Kaplds    Public    Library,     Grand 
Rapids,  Mich.     EsUblished   1871.     Mr.    S. 
H.  Ranck,   Librarian.     5,130. 
Kalamazoo 

Llljrary  of  the  Kalamazoo  Academy  of 
Medicine.  305  S.  Rose  St.,  Kalamazoo, 
Mich.  Estiibllslicd  1893  by  Dr.  Edwin 
H.  Van  Deusen.  Blanch  N.  Epier,  Chair- 
man Library  Committee.  1,000. 
Lanilni 

Library  of  Michigan  Department  of 
Health,  New  Stale  Office  Bldg.,  Lansing, 
Mich.  EstablUhcd  1873  by  Dr.  Henry  .S. 
Baker.  Miss  Charlotte  Jackson,  Librarian. 
1,000. 

MINNESOTA 
Minnsapolli 

Library  of  the  Hennepin  County  Medi- 
cal Society,  Donaldson  Bldg.,  Minneapolis. 
Established  1856  by  Hennepin  County  phy- 
sician*. Mrs.  Carrie  C.  Jones,  Librarian. 
6,670. 

Unlveralty  of  Minnesota  Medical  School. 
Library,    Minneapolis.      Established    1802. 
Miss  Eveline  C.  Lyon,  Librarian.     25,000. 
Roeh*st*r 

Mayo    Clinic     Library,    102,     2d    Are.. 
B.W.,  Rochester,  Minn.     Established   1907 
by  Dr.  W.  J.  Mayo.     Miss  Margaret  Brln- 
ton.  Librarian.     13,800. 
St  Paul 

Library  of  the  Ramsey  County  Medical 
Society,  Lowry  Bldg.,  St.  Paul.  EsUb- 
lished 1899  by  Ramsey  County  Medical 
Society.  Miss  Irene  Goette,  Librarian. 
13,000. 

MISSOURI 
Columbia 

Jledlcal  Library,  University  of  Missouri, 
Columbia,  Mo.     ^tabllshed  1873  by  Uni- 
versity of  Missouri.     Mr.   Henry   O.   Sev- 
erance, Librarian.     14,000. 
Kansas  City 

Library  Jaekaon  County  Medical  Society, 

Kansas    City,    Mo.      Established    1912    by 

physicians   and  surgeons  of  Kansas   City. 

Mrs.  Rosa  M.  Hibbard,  Librarian.     8,500. 

St  Louis 

Library  of  the  St  Louis  Medical  Society, 
8525  Pine  St,  St.  Louis.  EsUblished  1899. 
Miss  Lily   C.    Hanvey,   Librarian.      21.091. 

Library  of  the  Kt.  Louis  University 
School  of  Medicine,  1402  8.  Grand  Ave., 
St.  Louis.  EsUblUhed  1904  by  St  Louis 
University.  Barbara  G.  Freeman,  Libra- 
rian.    11,500. 

Library  of  the  Washington  University 
Medical  School,  Euclid  Ave.  and  Kings 
Highway,  St  Louis.  Reorganized  1910. 
Mis*  Ella  B.  Lawrence,  Librarian.    33,000. 


MEDICAL  JOURNALS 

OF  THE 

UNITED   STATES,   PHILIPPINE   ISLANDS,   PORTO   RICO   AND   CANADA 


NOTE. — Th«  following  list  Includes  otBclal  publlcatious  of  state  societies,  Journals  deroted  to  one  of  the  several  specialties  of 
medicine,  Ixinrii  of  heiillh,  etc.,  the  year  esta Wished,  publisher,  editor,  when  Issued,  and  suhscrlpthm  rate.  Publications  conforming  lo 
general  lo  the  standard  of  the  Council  on  Pharmacy  and  fhemlstry  of  the  Aiuerioan  M-'ilfsI  .Association  are  In  black  face  type.  Journals 
which  do  not  carry  advert Isenienls  are  In  black  face  type  and  are  preceded  by   a  si..:      *  'il'  circulation  is  giraa  only  wben  ■  sworn 

statement  has  been  furnished. 


ALPHABETICAL  LIST 

Abnormal    Psychology,    Journal    of Mass. 

Albany  Medical  Annals N.  Y. 

American  Institute  of  Homeopathy,  Th« 
Journal    of    III. 

American  Journal  of    Anatomy Pa. 

American  Jrurnal  nf    Clinical    Medicine.  .111. 

American  Journal  of  Diseases  of  Chil- 
dren    111. 

American  Journal  of  Electrotherapeu- 
tics   and    Kadlolojty X.  Y. 

American  Journal  of  Hyulene Md. 

Ainerlcun  Journal  o{  the  Medical 
ticieiices     Pii. 

American  Journal  of  Obstetrics  and 
Gynecology   Mo. 

AiiRMican  Journal    of    Ophthalmology.  ..  .111. 

American  Journal  of  Physiological 
Optics  Mass. 

American  Journal    of    Physiology Md. 

American  Journal  of  Psychiatry Md. 

American   Journal   of   Psychology N.    Y. 

American  Journal  of  Public  Health... N.   Y'. 

American  Journal   of   Roentgenology.  ..N.  Y. 

American  Journal    of    Surgery N.  Y*. 

American  Journal     of     Syphilis Mo. 

American  Journal  of  Tropical  Medicine.  .Md. 

American  Medical    Association    Bulletin — III. 

American  Medical  Association.  Journal 
of  the    III. 

American  Medical  Association,  Journal 
of,  EdlciiSn  en  Espanol HI. 

American  Medical  Pres-s N.  Y'. 

American    .Medicine    N.  Y*. 

American   Physician.  The   Pa. 

jVnierican  Revie.v    of    Tuberculosis Md. 

Anatomical  Record Pa. 

Anesthesia  and  Analgesia,  Current  Re- 
"searches  In   Ohio 

Annals  of  Clinical  Medicine Md. 

Annals    of    .Medical    History X.  Y'. 

Annals  of  Otology,  Khinology  and 
La r.^ngology    Mo. 

Annals  of  Surgery Pa. 

Archives  of  Dermatology  and  Syphllology  III. 

Archives  of  Diagnosis N.  Y". 

Archives  of  Internal   Medicine 111. 

Archives  of  Neurology  and   Psychiatry..  .111. 

Archives  of  Occupational  Therapy Md. 

Archives   of   Ophthalmology N.  Y'. 

Archives   of    Pediatrics X.  Y'. 

Archives    of   Psychology N.  Y". 

Archives  of  Surgery 111. 

Arizona  State  Board  of  Health  Quar- 
terly  Bulletin    Ariz. 

Arkansas   Medical   Society,  Journal  of.. Ark. 

Bacteriology.  Abstracts  of Md. 

Bacteriology,    Journal    of Md. 

Biological   Chemistry.  Journal  of X.  Y. 

Bone  and  Joint  Surgery,  Journal  of... Mass. 

Boston  Medical  and  Surgical  Journal.  .Mass. 

California  State  Board  of  Health  Quar- 
terly   Bulletin     Calif. 

California  State  Board  of  Health 
Weekly   Bulletin    Calif. 

California  State  Journal  of  Medicine.  .Calif. 

Canada  Lancet  and  Xational  Hy- 
giene     Canada 


Canadian  Journal  of  Medicine  and 
Surgery Canada 

Canadian  Medical  Association  Jour- 
nal   Canada 

Canadian  Practitioner  and  Review. .  .Canada 

Cancer    Research,    Journal    of Md. 

Chicago    Medical    Recorder 111. 

Cincinnati  Journal  of   Medicine Ohio 

(Unique    III. 

Cllnque,  La   Canada 

Colorado    .Medicine     Colo. 

Commonhealth    (The)     Mass. 

Comparative  Xeurology,  The  Journal  of.  .Pa. 

Comparative   Psychology,   Journal  of....Md. 

Delavvare  State  Medical  Journal Del. 

Dementia    Praecoi   Studies III. 

Eclectic    Medical   Journal Ohio 

Endocrinology     Calif. 

Experimental  Medicine.  The  Journal 
of   X.  Y. 

Experimental    Psychology.   Journal   of..X.   J. 

Experimental  Zoology.  The  Journal  of... Pa. 

Eye.   Ear,   Nose  and  Throat   Monthly III. 

Florida    Health   Xotes .Fla. 

Florida  .Medical  As.sociatlon,  Journal  of  ria. 

General  Physiology,  Journal  of .N.  Y. 

(ieorgla  Medical  Association,  Journal  of  Ca. 

Cood  Health   Mich. 

Hahnemannlan     .Monthly     Pa. 

Health     m. 

Health  Builder  .\.  Y. 

Health  News.  Monthly  Bulletin  of  Xew 
York  State  Department  of  Health.  ....\.  Y. 

Health  Offlcers'  Bulletin \.  Y. 

Health    Review     Mont. 

Healthy   Home    Mass. 

Healthy    Home    (Juarterly Mass. 

Homeopathic    Recorder    Pa. 

Hornsby's    Hospital    Magazine Mo. 

Hospital    Management    111. 

Hospital   Progress   Wis. 

Hospital     Social     Service N.  Y. 

Hospital  World,  The Canada 

Hygela 111. 

Illinois    Health    Xews 111. 

Illinois    Medical    Journal ill. 

Immunology,  Journal  of Md. 

I'lndepcndance  Medicale Canada 

Index   Medicus    D.  C. 

Index  to  Current  Medical  Literature. 
Quarterly  Cumulative III. 

Indiana  State  Board  of  Heatlh,  Month- 
ly Bulletin  of  the Ind. 

Indiana  State  Medical  Association. 
Journal   of   the Ind. 

Indianapolis    Medical    Journal Ind. 

Industrial  Hygiene.  Journal  of Mass. 

Infectious  Diseases,  .lournal  of III. 

International   Clinics    Pa. 

International   Journal  of   Surgery X,   Y'. 

Iowa    Health   Bulletin Iowa 

Iowa    Homeopathic  Journal Iowa 

Iowa  State  Medical  Society,  Journal. ..  .Iowa 

Johns  Hopkins  Hospital  Bulletin Md. 

Johns  Hopkins  Hospital  Reports Md. 

Journal-Lancet    Minn. 

Kansas  Medical  Society.  Journal  of. ...Kan. 


Kansas  State  Board  of  Health  Monthly 
Bulletin    Kun. 

Kentucky    Medical    Journal Ky. 

Kentucky    State   Board   of  Health,   Bul- 
letin   of    the Ky. 

l.alioratory       and       Clinical       .Me<llcinc, 
Journal     (jf     Mo. 

Laryngosc  .pj    Mo. 

Life  and  Heatlh D.  C. 

Long  Island  Medical  Journal X.  Y. 

I/ouislana      State      Board      of      Health 
Monthly    Bulletin    La 

L.^l^-In    Hospital    of    the    City    of    Xew 
York,   Bulletin  of  the X.  Y. 

Maine    Medical    Association.   Journal    of 
the    Me. 

.Maine     State      Department      of     Health 
Bulletin     , Me. 

Maryland    Psychiatric    Quarterly Md. 

Massachusetts     Department     of     Mental 
Diseases.    Bulletin    of    the Mass. 

.Massachusetts     General     Hospital,     Case 
RiH-ords     of     .Mass, 

Medical     and     Chirurgical     Faculty     of 
.Mar.\land.    Bulletin    of Md. 

Medical  Brief     Mo. 

Medical  Clinics  of  North   America Pa. 

Medical  Critic   and   Guide    X.    T. 

Medical  Herald  Mo. 

Medical   Insurance   and   Health   Conser- 
vation    Texas 

Medical  Library  Association.  Bulletin  of.Md 

Medical  Life  and  the  Medical  Pickwick. X.  Y. 

Medical  Progress  Ky. 

Medical  Record   and  Annals Tex. 

Medical  Research,  Journal  of   Mass. 

Medical  Review  of  Reviews N.  Y'. 

>ledlcal  Sentinel  Ore. 

Medical  Standard  HI. 

Medical  Summary  Pa. 

Medical  Times   N.  Y. 

Medical    Woman's    Journal Ohio 

Medical  World  ,  Pa. 

Medicine    Md. 

Mental  Hygiene   X.  Y'. 

Metabolic  Research.  Journal  of X.  J. 

Michigan   Public  Health Mich 

Michigan    State    Medical    Society.    Jour- 
nal   of    Mich. 

Military  Surgeon    D.  C. 

Minnesota    Medicine     Minn. 

Mississippi    Health    Bulletin Miss. 

Slissourl      State      Medical     Association, 
Jfiurnal    of    Mo. 

Modern   Hospital    111. 

Jlontana    Monthly    Bulletin    of   the    De- 
partment of  Public  Health Mont. 

Morphology,    Journal    of Pa. 

Mother  and   Child D.  C. 

National     Eclectic     Medical     Association 
Quarterly     Ohio 

National    Medical    Association,    Journal   _ 
of  the N.  J. 

Xational  Research  Council,  Bulletin  of.D.  C. 

National        Tuberculosis        Association. 
Monthly    Bulletin    of N.  T. 

Nation's    Health     HI. 

Nebraska    State    Medical    Journal Xeb. 


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Nerrous     and     Mental     Disease,     Jour- 
nal  of    N.  Y. 

Xew  Albany   Medical  Herald Ind. 

New  Hampshire  State  Board  of  Health, 

Bulletin  of N.  H. 

Xew    Jersey    Medical    Society,    Journal 

of  the    N.  J. 

New  Jersey  Public  Health  News N.  J. 

New     Orleans     Medical     and     Surgical 

Journal     La. 

New  York  Medical  Journal  and  Medical 

Record    N.  Y. 

New  York  Medical   Week N.  Y. 

New  York  State  Journal  of  Medicine.  .N.  Y. 

North  Carolina  Health  Bulletin N.  C. 

North    Dakota    State    Board    of    Health 

Bulletin     N.  D. 

Northwest  Medicine    Wash. 

Ohio  SUte  Medical  Journal Ohio 

Ohio's   Health    Ohio 

Oklahoma     State     Medical     Association, 

Journal  of  the Okla. 

Ophthalmic    Literature     111. 

Ophthalmology,  Otology  and  Laryngol- 
ogy, Journal  of Pa. 

Oregon's    Health Oregon 

Outdoor   Life,   Journal   of N.  Y. 

Pacific  Coast  Journal  of  Homeopathy.  .Calif. 

Parasitology,  Journal   of III. 

Pennsylvania    Health    Bulletin Pa. 

Pennsylvania    Medical   Journal Pa. 

Personnel  Research.  Journal  of Md. 

Pharmacology  and  Experimental  Ther- 
apeutics,  Journal   of Md. 

Philippine  Health  Service,  Monthly  Bul- 
letin of    P.  I. 

Philippine    Islands   Medical  Association, 

Journal    of    P.  I. 

Philippine    Journal    of   Science P.I. 

Physician    and    Surgeon Mich. 

Physiological  Rerlews  Md. 

Porto  Rico  Medical  A.ssoclation,  Bulletin 

of    P.  R. 

Practical    Medicine   and   Surgery Tex. 

Progressive   Medicine   Pa . 

Psyche   and   Eros N.T. 

Psychoanalytic  Review  D.  C. 

Psychological    Bulletin    S.J. 

Psychological    Clinic    Fa. 

Psychological  Bevlew  N.  J. 

Public  Health  Journal Canada 

IMibllc  Health   Reports D.  C. 

Quarterly    Cumulative   Index  to   Current 

Medical    Literature    111. 

Radiology,    Journal     of Neb. 

Rhode  Island   Medical   Journal R.I. 

Sexology     and     P.iycbanaiysis,     Journal 

of N.  T. 

Social   Hygiene,   Journal   of N.  T. 

Society    for    Experimental    Biology    and 

Medicine.    Proceedings    nf N.  Y. 

.Society  of   Medical  History,  Bulletin  of 

the III. 

South     Carolina     Medical     Association. 

Journal  of  the S.  C. 

.■*outhern   California   Practitioner Calif. 

.Southern    Medical    Journal Ala. 

Southern  Medicine  and  Surgery N.  C. 

Southwestern    Medicine    ArU. 

Surgery,  Ciynecology  and  ObMtetrlc.<i 
with  Internatinniil  Abstract  of  Sur- 
gery      111. 

Surgical  Clinics  of  North  America Pa. 

Surgical   Journal    HI. 

Tennessee     State     Medical    Association, 

.loumal    of    the Tenn. 

Texas  State  Board  of  Health,  Quarterly 

Bulletin Tex 

Texas   State   Journal    of    Medicine Tex. 

Therapeutic   Gazette    Mich. 

I'nion  Medicale  du  Canada Canada 

Cnlted  Stales  .Naval  Medical  Bulletin.  .D.  ('. 

IroloKlc  and   Cutaneous  Kevlew Mo. 

Crology.    Journal    of Md. 

rtah  Health   Bulletin Clah 

Vermont   State   Board    of  Bealth    guar- 

terly    Bulletin     Vt. 

Virginia    Health    Bulletin \t, 

Virginia    .Medical   Monthly Va. 


Vital   Statistics   Review N.  Y. 

Volta    Review    D.  C. 

West   Virginia   Medical   Journal W.  Va. 

Western    Medical    Review Neb. 

Western   Medical   Times Colo. 

Wisconsin    Medical    Journal Wis. 

Wisconsin  State  Board  of  Health.  Quar- 
terly   Bulletin     Wis. 


NC.MBER    OF  JOURNALS,   2ST 

ALABAMA 

SOUTHERN  MEDICAL  JOURNAL  (Journal 
of  the  Southern  Medical  Association). 
Empire  Bidg.,  Birmingham.  Established 
1908  ;  Southern  Medical  Association,  pub- 
lishers :  V.  Y.  Dabnev.  editor;  monlhly  ; 
$3.(10.      CIRCULATION   6,702. 

ARIZONA 
*ARIZONA    STATE    BOARD    OF    HEALTH 

BULLETIN,  l'hoeni.\.  Eslabllsbcd  liiOti  : 
State  Hoard  of  Health,  publishers;  A.  M. 
Tuthill,  editor  ;  quarterly  :  free. 
SOUTHWESTERN  MEDICINE,  Box  1328. 
Phoenix.  Esubllshed  1917  ;  New  Mexico 
Medical  Society,  Arizona  State  Medical 
Association,  £1  Paso  County  (Texas  i 
Medical  Society  and  Medical  and  Surgical 
Association  of  the  Southwest,  publishers  ; 
Warner  Watkins.  editor:  monthly;  J2.00. 
CIRCULATION  833. 

ARKANSAS 
ARKANSAS  MEDICAL  SOCIETY.  JOUR- 
NAL OF  THE.  Uiiyle  Bidg.,  Lllile  Kock. 
EstablishiHl  liiot;  .\rkansas  .MiHlicai  So- 
ciety, publishers;  Wm.  H.  Bathurst.  ed- 
itor; monthly:  $3.00.  CIRCULATION 
1.132. 

CALIFORNIA 
•CALIFORNIA  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH 
QUARTERLY  BULLETIN.  727  Fcrum 
Bidg.,  Sacramento.  Established  1922  ; 
California  Sute  Board  of  Health,  pub- 
lishers; Mr.  Guy  P.  Janes,  editor;  quar- 
terly :   free. 

•CALIFORNIA  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH 
WEEKLY    BULLETIN,    727    Forum    BldK  . 
Sacramento.       Esialiil.^hed     l'J22 ;     Calif 
omia  State  Board  of  Hcailh.  publishers  ; 
Mr.  Guy  P.  Jones,  editor ;  weekly  ;  free. 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  JOURNAL  OF  MED- 
ICINE, 5ii3  Market  St..  San  Francisco 
Eslabllshed  1902  ;  Medical  Society  of  tlir 
State  of  California,  publishers ;  W.  E. 
Mu.sgrave,  editor;  monthly;  H.OO.  CIR- 
CULATION  4,130. 

Endocrinology,  The  Bulletin  of  the  Also- 
ciation  for  the  Study  of  Internal  Secre- 
tions, 1103  Title  Insurance  Bidg.,  Los 
Angeles.  Established  1917 :  The  As- 
sociation for  the  Study  of  the  Internal 
Secretions,  publlahers ;  R.  G.  Hogklns, 
Ohio  8UU  UnlT.  Medical  School,  Colum- 
bus,  Ohio,   editor;  bi-monthly;   $8.00. 

Pacific  Coast  Journal  of  Homeopathy,  36H8 
California  St.,  San  Francisco.  Estab- 
lished 1883  ;  California  State  Homeopathic 
Medical  Society,  publishers;  Edgar  H. 
Howell,    editor ;    monthly  ;    $3.00. 

Southern  California  Practitioner,  942  Pa- 
cific Mutual  Bidg.,  Los  Angeles.  Estab- 
lished 1886;  Geo.  E.  Malsbary,  publisher 
and  editor;  monthly;   $1  no. 

COLORADO 

COLORADO  MEDICINE,  .Metropolitan  Bidg., 
Ihiucr.  Established  18l»3:  Coiora<lo 
State  Medical  Soiletv.  publishers;  Frank 
B.  Stephenson,  editor;  monthly;  $2.00. 
CIRCULATION    1.049. 

Western   Medi        ^  1839  Champa   St., 

Denver.         !  1882:       Minllcal 

Times    Pull  ■      npany.    publishers; 

George  L.  .Suvo.ss,  150  N.  Virginia  St.. 
Reno.  Nev.,  e<lltor;  monthly;  $1.00.  CIR- 
CULATION 2,051. 

DELAWARE 
Delaware  State  .Medical  Journal,  .109  .Ship- 
Ily  St.,  Wilmington.  Established  1910; 
Delaware  Stale  Medical  Sccietv.  publish- 
ers: W.  E<lwin  Bird,  editor ;  quarterly  ; 
$1.00. 


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•  BULLETIN      NATIONAL      RESEARCH 
COUNCIL,      1701      Massachusetts      Ave., 
Washington,     P.O.       National     Research 
Council,  publishers;  Irregular;  $5.00  per 
volume. 
•INDEX  MEDICUS.  Washington,  D.  C.     Es- 
tablished   1879 ;    Carnegie    Institution    of 
Washington,    publishers;    A.    N.    Tasker, 
editor;  quarterly;  $8.00.     CIRCULATION 
496. 
Life  and  Health,  Washington,  D.C.     Review 
and  Herald  Publishing  Association,   pub- 
lishers, Mr.  L.  A.  Hansen  and  Dr.  G.  H. 
Beald,  editors ;  monthly ;  $2.00. 
Mlliury    Surgeon,   7th    and  B    Sts.,    S.W.. 
Washington,      D.C.       Established     1902 ; 
Association   of   -Military   Surgeons   of  the 
United  States,  publishers;  Col.  James  E. 
Church,    editor;    monthly;    $4.00. 

•MOTHER  AND  CHILD,  532,  17th  St.  N.W., 
Washington.  DC.  Established  1920: 
American  Child  Hygiene  Association, 
publishers;  John  A.  Foote.  editor;  month- 
ly; $5.00.  CIRCULATION  4.286. 
PSYCHOANALYTIC  REVIEW.  3617,  10th 
SL,  N.W.,  Washington.  D.  C.  Esubllshed 
1913  ;  Nervous  and  Mental  Disease  Pub- 
lishing Company,  publishers  ;  S.  E.  Jelllire, 
64  W.  .56th  St.,  New  York,  and  W.  A. 
White,   editors  ;    quarterly  ;    $6.00. 

•PUBLIC  HEALTH  REPORTS,  Wa.shington. 
D.  C.  Established  1878:  United  States 
Public  Health  Service,  publishers;  Aasist- 
anl  Surgeon  General  B.  J  Llovd,  editor  ; 
weekly  :   $1.50. 

*UNITEO  STATES  NAVAL  MEDICAL  BUL- 
LETIN, Bureau  of  .Medicine  and  Surgery. 
Navy  Dept.,  Washington.  D.C,  Estab- 
lished 1907;  Superintendent  of  Docu- 
menta.  Government  Printing  Olflce,  pub- 
lisher:  W.  M.  Kerr,  editor;  monthly; 
$1.50.  CIRCULATION  4,500. 
VOLTA  REVIEW,  1601,  35th  8L  N.W  , 
Washington,  D.C.  Established  1890 : 
Volta  Bureau,  publishers :  Josephine  B. 
Tlmberlake.  editor  :  monthly  :  $3.00. 

FLORIDA 
FLORIDA  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION.  JOUR- 
NAL OF  THE.  i;il2  Consolidated  Hklg , 
Jack.sonvlllc.  Establlshiil  1913;  Florida 
Modlrnl  ,\ss«)rlatlon,  publishers ;  Graham 
K.  Ilcnsnn.  editor:  monthly;  $1.50.  CIR- 
CULATION 592. 
•HEALTH  NOTES.  JackaonvlUe.  Florida 
State  Board  of  Health,  publishers ;  Mr. 
S.  G.  Thompson,  editor  ;  monthly  ;  free. 

GEORGIA 
MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION  OF  GEORGIA. 
THE  JOURNAL  OF  THE,  il.'.  Forrest  Ave  , 
Atlanta.  Established  1911:  published 
under  direction  of  the  Council;  Allen  H. 
Bunce.  editor;  monthh  :  $:i.O0.  CIRCU- 
LATION   1,655. 

ILLINOIS 

American  Jn.stliuic  (jf  Homeopathy,  The 
Journal  of,  S21I  .Marshall  Field  Bidg., 
Chicago.  Established  1909;  Board  of 
Trustees  of  the  American  Institute  of 
Homeopathy,  publishers;  Carleton  A. 
Harkness,  editor;  monthly;  $3.00.  CIR- 
CULATION 3,525. 

American  Journal  of  Clinical  Medicine, 
47.'>7  HavenswoiKl  Ave..  Chicago.  Estab- 
lished IXict:  The  American  Journal  of 
Clinical  Midlclne  (inc.).  pulillsbers ;  A 
s.  Hiinllck.  cilltor:  nionllilv  :  $2. no. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  DISEASES  OF 
CHILDREN,  .',:i5  N.  Dearborn  St.,  Chi- 
cago. Estaiilished  1911;  American  Med- 
ical Association,  pubiishera  ;  II.  F.  Ilelm- 
holr,  editor;  monthly;  $4.00  CIRCULA- 
TION   2.714. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  OPHTHAL- 
MOLOGY. 7  W.  Madison  St  .  Chicago 
E.stahllshed  1918:  (Iphlhalmic  Publishing 
Company,  publishers ;  Edward  Jackson. 
217  Imperial  Bblg.,  Dinur,  editor; 
monlhly  ;  $10.00. 
•AMERICAN  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION 
BULLETIN,  .'>:(,',  N.  Dearborn  St..  Chi- 
cago. Kslabllshed  190.''.;  American  Medi- 
cal Association,  publishers:  five  timea  a 
year.      CIRCULATION   5,000. 


MEDICAL    JOURNALS 


AMERICAN  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION. 
JOURNAL  OF  THE,  r.35  N.  Dearborn  St., 
ChicaKo.  Established  1883 ;  American 
Medical  Asaiicliitlun,  puhlUhers ;  tieoruc 
H.  Simmons,  editor  ;  weekly  :  price  »«  00. 
CIRCULATION    78.380, 

AMERICAN  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION, 
JOURNAL   OF,    Edicidn   *n    EspaAol.   535 

X.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago.  KHtitbllshed 
IKW;  Amerlciin  .Medical  As.soclatlon, 
publishers ;  tJeorge  H.  Simmons,  editor ; 
semi-monthly;  $5.00.  CIRCULATION 
3,295. 

ARCHIVES  OF  DERMATOLOGY  AND 
SYPHILOLOGY,  535  N.  Dearborn  St., 
Chicago.  Established  1920;  American 
Medical  Association,  publishers;  William 
-Allen  rusey,  editor;  monthly;  fS.OO. 
CIRCULATION    1.275. 

ARCHIVES     OF      INTERNAL     MEDICINE, 

535  N.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago.  Estab- 
lished 1908 ;  American  Medical  Associa- 
tion, publishers;  Joseph  I,.  .Miller,  editor; 
msnthly;   t.VOO.     CIRCULATION  2.440. 

ARCHIVES  OF  NEUROLOGY  AND  PSY- 
CHIATRY, 5:i5  N.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago. 
Established  1919 ;  American  .Medical  As- 
sociation, publishers ;  T.  H.  Welsenburg. 
editor;  monthly;  $6.00.  CIRCULATION 
1,174. 

ARCHIVES  OF  SURGERY,  535  N.  Dear- 
born St.,  Chicago.  Established  1920; 
American  Medical  Association,  pub- 
lishers ;  Dean  Lewis,  editor ;  blmontoly ; 
)6.00.     CIRCULATION  2.825. 

Chicago  Medical  Recorder  and  Journal  of 
the  Medico-Legal  Society,  Mailers  Bldg., 
Chicago.  Established  1892;  Medical  Re- 
corder Publishing  Company,  publishers ; 
A.  K.  Reynolds,  E.  J.  Docring,  H.  T. 
Byford,  editors ;  monthly ;  $2.00. 

Clinlque,  1553  W.  Madison  St.,  Chicago. 
Established  1880 ;  Illinois  Homeopathic 
Medical  Association,  publishers ;  C.  A. 
Welrlck,    editor ;    monthly  ;    $2.00. 

DEMENTIA  PRAECOX  STUDIES,  A  Jour- 
nal of  Psychiatry  of  Adolescence,  80  N. 
Michigan  Are.,  Chicago.  Ksubllshed 
1918;  Society  for  Promotion  of  the  Study 
of  Dementia  Praecox ;  Bayard  Holmes, 
editor  and  publl.vhcr  ;  quarterly  ;  $5.00. 

EYE,  EAR,  NOSE  AND  THROAT  MONTH- 
LY. 17  N.  Wabash  Ave.,  Chicago.  Estab- 
lished 1922  ;  The  Professional  Press,  Inc., 
publishers;  Thos.  S.  Atkinson,  editor; 
monthly ;   $3.00. 

HEALTH.  Room  208,  106  W.  Randolph 
St.,  Chicago.  Established  1920 ;  The 
Home  Health  Publishing  Co.,  Inc.,  pub- 
lishers ;     Frederick     R.     Green,     editor : 

monthly;  $2,00. 

HOSPITAL  MANAGEMENT,  537  S.  Dear- 
born St.,  Chicago.  Established  1916 ; 
Craln  Publishing  Company,  publishers ; 
Mr.  G.  O.  Craln,  Jr.,  managing  editor; 
monthly;    $2.00.      CIRCULATION    3.171. 

HYGEIA.  535  N.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago. 
Established  1923;  American  Medical  As- 
sociation, publishers  :  Victor  C.  Vaughan, 
editor  ;    monthly  ;    $3.00. 

*ILLINOIS  HEALTH  NEWS,  Springfield, 
Established  1915  ;  Illinois  Department  of 
Public  Health,  publishers :  Isaac  D.  Raw- 
lings,    editor  :   monthly  ;   free. 

Illinois  Medical  Journal,  25  E.  Washington 
St.,  Chicago.  Established  1897 ;  Illinois 
State  Medical  Society,  publishers ;  Char- 
les J.  Whalen.  editor;  monthly;  $3.00 
CIRCULATION   7.800. 

•INFECTIOUS    DISEASES,    JOURNAL    OF. 

GST  S.  Wood  St..  ChicaBO.  Established 
1904 ;  John  McCormlck  Institute  for 
Infectious  Diseases,  publishers ;  Ludrig 
Hektoen  and  Edwin  0.  Jordan,  editors ; 
monthly  ;  $5.00. 

JOURNAL  OF  PARASITOLOGY,  Urbana. 
Established  1914 ;  Henry  B.  Ward, 
managing  editor;  quarterly:  $3.00. 
Medical  Standard,  536  S.  Clark  St.,  Chi- 
cago. Established  1885  ;  G.  P.  Engelhard 
&  Company,  publishers ;  Thos.  G.  Atkin- 
son,   editor:   monthly;    $1.50. 


MODERN    HOSPITAL.    22    E.    OnUrio    St.. 
Chicago.     Esubllshed  1913 ;  Modem  Hos- 
pital IMiblishing  Company,  Inc.,  publish- 
ers ;   Mr.  .1.  J    Weber,   managing  editor ;   i 
monthly;  $3  00.     CIRCULATION  7,215. 

.Nations  Health,  22  E.  Ontario  St..  Chlcag(. 
Kstablished  1921;  The  Modern  Hospital 
PubllHhlng  Company,  Inc.,  publishers . 
Mr.  S.  P.  .Moore,  managing  editor : 
monthly;  $3.00.     CIRCULATION  3,113. 

OPHTHALMIC  LITERATURE  (suppIeOMnt 
to  American  Journal  of  0phthalmolog7l, 
7  W.  .Madison  St.,  Chicago.  Established 
1904;  Ophthalmic  Publishing  Company, 
publishers  ;  Edward  Jackson.  217  Imperial 
Bldg.,  Denver,  editor  :  quarterly  :  $6.00. 
•QUARTERLY  CUMULATIVE  INDEX  TO 
CURRENT  MEDICAL  LITERATURE.  53.'. 
N.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago.  Established 
1916;  American  Medical  Association, 
publishers;  quarterly;  $6.00.  CIRCULA- 
TION, 1,129. 
•SOCIETY  OF  MEDICAL  HISTORY.  BUL- 
LETIN OF  THE.  535  N.  Dearborn  St., 
Chicago.  Esubllshed  1911 ;  Morris  Fish- 
bein,  editor;  Irregularly  ;  $3.00  per  vol. 

SURGERY,  GYNECOLOGY  AND  OBSTET- 
RICS WITH  INTERNATIONAL  AB- 
STRACT OF  SURGERY,  30  N  Michigan 
Ave,,  Chicago.  Establbhed  1905;  The 
Surgical  Publishing  Company  of  Chicago, 
publishers ;  Franklin  H.  Martin,  editor : 
monthly  ;    $12.00.  i 

Surgical  Journal,  542  Monadnock  Blk.,  Chi- 
cago. EstablLshed  1894  :  Magazines,  Inr  . 
publishers:  L.  J.  Mitchell,  ivlltor :  month- 
ly;   $2  00.       CIRCULATION     2.500. 

INDIANA 

•INDIANA    STATE    BOARD    OF     HEALTH. 
MONTHLY  BULLETIN  OF  THE,  Indian 
spoils.     Established  1900  ;  Bute  Board  ot 
Health,   publisher ;  J.    N.    Barty.  editor ; 
monthly ;  free. 
Indianapolis  Medical  Journal.  634  Occident- 
al Bldg.,  Indianapolis.     Established  18(7  :    , 
.Medical  and  Surgical   Monitor  Co.,  pub- 
lisher :  Samuel  E.  Earp  and  A.  W.  Bray-    j 
ton,  editors;  monthly:  $1.50.  , 

JOURNAL      OF    THE      INDIANA      STATE    | 
MEDICAL   ASSOCIATION,   406   W.   Berry 

St.,  Fort  Wayne.     Established    190S  :   In- 
diana   State    Medical     Association,    pub-    i 
Ushers;    Albert    E.     Itulson.    Jr..    editor: 
monthly;    $3.00.      CIRCULATION    3.256. 
New  Albany  Medical  Herald,  New  Albany. 
Ind.       Esubllshed     1880 :     New     Albany    ■ 
Medical     Herald     Company,     publishers:    i 
Charles  A.    Edelen,    Louisville,   Ky.,    ed- 
itor ;  monthly:  $1.00.  ' 

IOWA 

•IOWA  HEALTH  BULLETIN,  Capitol  Bldg  .  , 
Des  Moines.  Established  1887 ;  State  , 
Board  of  Health,  publishers;  Rodney  1'.  ! 
Fagen.  editor  ;   quarterly  ;  free.  ! 

Iowa  Homeopathic  Journal,  Des  Moines. 
Established  1907 ;  Hahnemann  Medical 
Association  of  Iowa,  publishers ;  G.  £. 
Royal,    editor  ;   monthly ;   $2.00.  \ 

IOWA  STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY,  JOUR-    i 
HAL  OF  THE,  Bankers  Trust  Bldg.,  Dos 
Moines.      Established    1911 ;    Iowa    State   ; 
Medical   Siwiety,   publishers ;  D.  S.  Fair- 
rhlld,     Clinton,    editor;    monthly;     $2.75. 
CIRCULATION  2.512. 

KANSAS 

KANSAS  MEDICAL  SOCIETY.  JOURNAL 
OF  THE,  Commerce  Bldg.,  Topeka.  Es- 
tablished 1902 :  Kansas  Medical  Society, 
publishers;  W.  E.  McVey.  editor;  month- 
ly: $2.U0.  CIRCULATION  1,604. 
•KANSAS  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH, 
BULLETIN  OF  THE,  Topeka.  Estab- 
lished 1905  ;  State  Board  of  Health,  pub- 
lishers ;  S.  J.  Crunibine.  editor  :  monthly  ; 
free. 

KENTUCKY 

KENTUCKY  MEDICAL  JOURNAL.  Bowling 
Oreen.  Established  1903  :  Kentucky  State 
Medical  .Association,  publishers ;  A.  T. 
McCormack.  editor ;  monthly :  $4.00. 
CIRCULATION    2,475. 


Medical  Progress.  Louisrllle.  Esubllshed 
1884 ;  The  Medical  Progress  Company, 
publishers ;  John  S.  Moremen.  editor ; 
monthly;  $1.00. 
•STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH  OF  KEN- 
TUCKY. BULLETIN  OF  THE,  522  W. 
Main  St.,  Louisville.  Established  1911  ; 
State  Board  of  Health  of  Kentucky,  pub- 
lishers ;  A.  T.  McCormack,  editor ;  month- 
ly ;  free. 

LOUISIANA 
•  LOUISIANA  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH 
MONTHLY  BULLETIN.  New  Orleans. 
Established  1911;  SUtc  Board  of  Health, 
publishers ;  Miss  Agnes  Morris,  editor ; 
8  Issues  per  year ;  free. 
New  Orleans  Medical  and  Surgical  Journal, 
1551  Canal  St.,  New  Orleans.  Estab- 
lished 1844  :  Louisiana  State  Medical  So- 
ciety, publishers;  H.  J.  Oelpl,  editor; 
monthly;  $2.00. 

MAINE 

MAINE  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION,  JOUR- 
NAL OF  THE.  148  Park  St.,  Portland. 
Esubllshed  1910 :  Maine  Medical  Asso- 
ciation, publishers  :  Frank  Y.  Gilbert,  ed- 
itor ;  monthly;  $2.00.  CIRCULATION 
752. 
•MAINE  STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF 
HEALTH  BULLETIN.  AugusU.  Estab- 
lished 1917  ;  SUte  Department  of  Health, 
publishers-  0.  F.  Kimball,  editor;  bi- 
monthly; fret.     CIRCULATION  4,466. 

MARYLAND 

ABSTRACTS  OF  BACTERIOLOGY,  Baltl 
more.  Established  1917  ;  Williams  and 
WUklns  Company,  publishers;  A.  Parker 
Hitchens,  editor;  monthly;  $5.00  per 
volume. 
•AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  HYGIENE, 
Johns  Hopkins  Press,  Baltimore.  Estab- 
lished 1921 ;  Johns  Hopkins  University. 
publishers ;  Charles  E.  Simon,  managing 
editor;  bi-monthly;  $6.00. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  PHYSIOLOGY. 
Mt.  Royal  and  Guilford  Aves..  Baltimore. 
Esubllshed  1898  ;  American  Physiological 
Society,  publishers  :  D.  R.  Booker,  editor  : 
monthly ;  $5.00  a  volume. 

American  Journal  of  Psychiatry,  Baltimore. 
EsUbltshed  1844;  Johns  Hopkins  Press, 
publishers;  E.  N.  Brush,  managing  edi- 
tor ;  quarterly ;  $5.00. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  TROPICAL 
MEDICINE.  Baltimore.  EstablUhed  1921  : 
Williams  and  Wllkins  Company,  publish- 
ers; "H.  J.  Nichols,  editor;  bi-monthly: 
$.1.00    per    volume. 

AMERICAN  REVIEW  OF  TUBERCULO- 
SIS, Williams  and  Wllkins  Company, 
Baltimore.  Established  1917;  National 
Tuberculosis  Association,  370  .Seventh 
Ave.,  New  York,  publishers;  Allen  K. 
Krause,  editor  ;  monthly  ;  $6.00. 

*ANNALS  OF  CLINICAL  MEDICINE,  Bal- 
timore. Esubllshed  1922  ;  Williams  and 
Wllkins  Company,  publishers ;  Frank 
Smithies,  Chicago,  editor;  bl-montbly; 
$6  00. 

ARCHIVES  OCCUPATIONAL  THERAPY, 
Baltimore.  Established  l!i22;  Williams 
and  Wilkins  Company,  publishers  :  W.  B. 
Dutton,  Jr.,  editor;  bi-monthly;  $5.00  per 
volume. 

BACTERIOLOGY.  JOURNAL  OF.  Baltimore. 
Established  1916 ;  Williams  and  Wilkins 
Company,  publishers ;  C.-E.  A.  Winsiow, 
editor:  bi-monthly:  $.'>.00  per  volume. 
•BULLETIN  OF  MEDICAL  LIBRARY 
ASSOCIATION,  1211  Cathedral  St.,  Bal- 
timore. Established  1911;  Medical  Li- 
brary -Association,  publisher  :  John  Ruh- 
rah  and  Miss  M.  C.  Noyes,  editors ;  quar- 
terly ;    free    to    members. 

CANCER  RESEARCH,  JOURNAL  OF.  Bal- 
timore. Established  1916 ;  Williams  and 
Wilkins  Company,  publishers ;  William 
H.  Woglom,  editor ;  quarterly  ;  $5.00  per 
volume. 

IMMUNOLOGY,  JOURNAL  OF,  Baltimore. 
Established  1916  ;  Williams  and  Wilkins 
Company,  publishers ;  Arthur  F.  Coca, 
editor ;  bi-monthly  ;  $5.00  per  volume. 


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♦JOHNS  HOPKINS  HOSPITAL,  BULLETIN 
OF  THE.  Baltimore.  Established  1889: 
Johns  Hopkins  Press,  publishers;  month- 
ly;   $4.00. 

*JOHNS  HOPKINS  HOSPITAL  REPORTS, 
Baltimore.  Established  1890  ;  Johns  Hop- 
kins Press,  publishers ;  Irregularly  ;  $3.00 
per  volume. 
JOURNAL  OF  COMPARATIVE  PSY- 
CHOLOGY, Baltimore.  Established  1921 ; 
Williams  and  Wilkins  Company,  publish- 
ers ;  Knight  Dunlap  and  Kohert  M. 
Yerkes,  editors ;  bi-monthly ;  $5.00  per 
volume. 

♦JOURNAL  OF  PERSONNEL  RESEARCH, 
Baltimore.  Established  1922 :  Williams 
and  Wilkins  Company,  publishers;  Mr. 
Leonard  Outhwaite,  editor;  monthly; 
$5.00. 

♦  MARYLAND   PSYCHIATRIC   QUARTERLY. 

Towson,  Md.  Established  1911 ;  Maryland 
Psychiatric  Society,  publishers;  William 
Kush  Dunton,  Jr.,  editor;  quarterly;  50 
cents. 

♦  MEDICAL  AND   CHIRURGICAL  FACULTY 

OF  MARYLAND,  BULLETIN  OF.  1211 
Cathedral  St..  Baltimore.  Established 
1908 ;  Medical  and  Surgical  Faculty  of 
Maryland,  publishers ;  8  times  a  year ; 
25  cents. 

MEDICINE.  Baltimore.  Established  1922; 
Williams  and  Wilkins  Company,  publish- 
ers; David  L.  Edsall  and  John  Rowland, 
editors;  quarterly;  $500  per  volume. 

PHARMACOLOGY  AND  EXPERIMENTAL 
THERAPEUTICS.  JOURNAL  OF.  Balti- 
more. Estiiblished  1909;  Williams  and 
Wilkins  Company,  publishers;  John  J. 
Abel,  and  Arthur  B.  Cushny.  editors; 
monthly  ;  $6.00  per  volume. 

PHYSIOLOGICAL  REVIEWS.  Mount  Royal 
and  tiuilford  .Wes..  Baltimore.  Estab- 
lished 1921  ;  American  Physiological  So- 
ciety, publishers;  D.  R.  Hooker,  editor; 
quarterly  ;    $6.00. 

UROLOGY,  JOURNAL  OF.  Baltimore  Es- 
tablished 1917;  Williams  and  Wilkins 
Company,  publishers;  Hugh  Hampton 
Young,  editor;  monthly;  $6.00  per 
volume. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

ABNORMAL  PSYCHOLOGY.  JOURNAL  OF 

194  Boylston  St..  Boston.  Established 
1900 ;  Richard  G.  Badger.  publUher ;  }Iot- 
ton  Prince,  editor;  quarterly;   $.>.00. 

♦AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  PHYSIOLOGI- 
CAL OPTICS  Southbrldge.  EstablUbed 
1920 ;  Ameriran  Optical  Company,  pub 
lishers;  Charles  Sheard.  editor;  quar- 
terly; $1.00. 
BOSTON  MEDICAL  AND  SURGICAL 
JOURNAL,  126  .Massachusetts  Ave..  Bos- 
ton. Established  1828:  Massachusetts 
Medical  .Society,  publishers;  "^''-^j}"}' 
Bowers,  editor;  weekly;  $6.00.  CIRCU- 
LATION 4, 048. 

♦CASE  RECORDS  OF  THE  MASSACHU- 
SETTS GENERAL  HOSPITAL.  Masaa- 
cbusetU  (ioneral  Hospital,  Boston.  Es- 
tablished 1915;  Massachusetts  General 
Hospital,  publisher ;  Richard  C.  Cabot 
and  Hugh  Cabot,  editors ;  weekly  ;  $8.00. 

♦  (THE)       COMMONHEALTH,       Bi-monthly 

bulletin  of  .MassachusetU  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Boston.  Established  1883  ; 
State  Depnrtinent  of  Public  Health,  pub- 
lishers :  .Merrill  E.  Champion,  editor;  bi- 
monthly ;    free. 

Healthy  Home.  Athol.  Esubllshed  1890 ; 
W.  H.  Brock  &  Company,  publishers ; 
Mr.  W.  H.  Brock,  editor  ;  monthly  ;  $1.50 
for  3  years. 

Healthy  Home  Quarterly.  Athol.  Estab- 
lished 1900 ;  W.  H.  Brock  tc  Company, 
publishers ;  Mr.  W.  H.  Brock,  editor ; 
quarterly;   $1.00   for  3   years. 

JOURNAL  OF  BONE  AND  JOINT  SUR- 
GERY. 372  MarlborouKh  St.  Bost"i 
Esubllshed  1918:  American  Orthopedic 
Association  and  British  Orthoiwllc  As- 
sociation, publishers:  E.  G.  Bracket!, 
editor  ;   quarterly  ;   $5.00. 


JOURNAL  OF  INDUSTRIAL  HYGIENE  AND 
ABSTRACT  OF   THE   LITERATURE.   240 

Longwood  Ave..  Boston.  Established 
1919;  Harvard  University  Press,  publi- 
shers ;  David  L.  Edsall.  editor ;  monthly  ; 
$6.00, 

♦  MASSACHUSETTS       DEPARTMENT       OF 

MENTAL  DISEASES,  BULLETIN  OF 
THE.  109  State  House.  Boston.  Estab- 
lished 1917 ;  Massachusetts  Department 
of  .Mental  Diseasjs,  publishers;  Walter 
E.  Fernald  and  George  M.  Kline,  editors  ; 
quarterly  :  free. 

♦  MEDICAL  RESEARCH,  JOURNAL  OF,   240 

Longwood  Ave.,  Boston.  Established 
1890;  Harold  C.  Ernst,  editor;  irregular: 
$5.00  a   volume. 

MICHIGAN 

Good  Health.  Battle  Creek.  Established 
1806;  Good  Health  Publishing  Company, 
publishers  :  John  Harvey  Kellogg,  editor  : 
monthly  ;  $2.50. 

MICHIGAN  STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY. 
JOURNAL  OF,  515  Powers  Theatre  Bldg.. 
Grand  Rapids.  Establislied  1902 ;  Michi- 
gan State  -Medical  Society,  publishers ; 
F  C.  Warnshuls,  editor ;  monthly  ;  $5.00. 
CIRCULATION  3,075. 

Physician  and  Surgeon,  The.  Detroit.  Es- 
ubllshed 1879 ;  John  William  Keatlnc. 
Ann  Arbor.  editor  and  publisher ; 
monthly;  $3.00. 
♦PUBLIC  HEALTH.  Lansing.  Established 
1885  ;  State  Board  of  Health,  publishers  : 
R.  M.  Olin,  editor;  monthly;  free. 

Therapeutic  Gazette,  Detroit.  Established 
1876;  E.  0.  Swift,  publlslier;  Hobart  A. 
Hare  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  editor;  monthly  ; 
$2.00. 

MINNESOTA 

Journal-Lancet,  839  Lumber  Kxchange. 
Minneapolis.  Esubllshed  1870 ;  Mr.  W. 
L.  Klien.  publisher;  W.  A.  Jones,  editor; 
semi-monthly  ;  $2.00. 

MINNESOTA  MEDICINE,  8U  Lowry  Build- 
ing, St.   Paul.     Established   1918:  .Minne- 
sota  State    .Medical   Association,    publish 
ers ;    Carl     B.     Drake,    editor ;    numlhly  : 
$3.00,     CIRCULATION  2.100. 

MISSISSIPPI 

♦  HEALTH     BULLETIN     OF     THE     MISSIS- 

SIPPI STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH. 
Jackson.  .Mississippi  State  Board  of 
Health,  publishers;  W.  S.  leathers,  edi- 
tor ;  free. 

MISSOURI 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  OBSTETRICS 
ANO  GYNECOLOGY.  St,  Louis.  Esub- 
llslied  1'.'20  ;  C.  V.  Mosby  Company,  pub- 
lishers :  Ci-'rge  W.  Kosiiiak.  e<ittur ; 
monthly  ;  $U.UO. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  SYPHILIS. 
.Metropolitan  BlUg.,  »t.  Louis.  Estab- 
lished 1917;  C.  V.  .Mosby  Company, 
publishers;  Wm.  H.  Deaderli-k,  editor; 
quarterly  ;  $7.00. 
♦ANNALS  OF  OTOLOGY,  RHINOLOOY  AND 
LARYNGOLOGY,  Times  Bldg..  St.  Louis. 
Esi;ilill8hfd  1892;  Mr.  Jonos  H.  Parker. 
publisher;  H.  W.  Loeb.  editor;  quarterly; 
$8.00. 

HORNSBY'S  HOSPITAL  MAGAZINE,  115 
E.  31st  St..  K  II         ■     ■     It    . 

pltal      Mag:< 
John  A.  H.iri 

LABORATORY  AND  CLINICAL  MEDI- 
CINE. JOURNAL  OF,  St.  Louis.  Estab- 
lished 1915;  C.  V.  Mosby  Company,  pub- 
ilsht-rs  ;  Victor  C.  Vaughan,  535  N.  Dear- 
born «i|  .  fhlcsgo.  »dlt.>r:  monthly;  $6.00 

Lar  ;.r    PI..     St. 

I  M     A.    Gold- 

sv  I  :     monthly  ; 

$C.(jO. 

Medical  Brief.  9th  and  Ollre  8U.,  8t. 
Louis.  Established  1873;  Henry  R. 
Strong,  publisher;  Thomas  G,  Atkinson, 
editor;  monthly;  $1.00. 

Medical  Herald  and  Electrotheraplst,  Kan- 
sas City.  Established  1881 ;  Charles 
Wood  Fassett,  publisher  and  managing 
e<lltor;  monthly;   $2.00. 


MISSOURI  STATE  MEDICAL  ASSOCIA- 
TION, JOURNAL  OF  THE.  3529  Pine 
St.,  St.  Louis.  Established  1904 ;  Mis- 
souri State  Medical  Association,  pub- 
lishers ;  E.  J.  Goodwin,  editor  ;  monthly  ; 
$2.00.     CIRCULATION   3.588, 

Urologlc  and  Cutaneous  Review,  3700  En- 
rlght  Ave.,  St.  Louis.  Established  1897  ; 
The  Urologlc  and  Cutaneous  Press,  pub- 
lishers;  Solomon  C.  .Martin.  Jr..  man- 
aging  editor;   monthly;   $3.00. 

MONTANA 

♦HEALTH  REVIEW.  lUlona.  Established 
1921;  State  Board  of  Health  of  Mon- 
tana, publishers;  W.  J".  Cogswell,  editor; 
senii-nionthly  ;  free. 

♦MONTANA  BULLETIN  OF  THE  DE- 
PARTMENT OF  PUBLIC  HEALTH. 
Helena.  Established  1907  ;  Sute  Board 
of  Health,  publishers ;  W.  F.  Cogswell, 
editor  :  monthlj'  :  free. 

NEBRASKA 

JOURNAL  OF  RADIOLOGY,  30r>  Arthur 
Bldg..  210  S.  l.'ith  St..  Omaha.  Estab- 
lished 1920 ;  Radiological  Publishing 
Company,  publishers  ;  A.  F.  Tyler  and  E 
W,    Rowe,   editors  ;    monthly  ;   $5.00. 

NEBRASKA  STATE  MEDICAL  JOURNAL, 
Omaha.  Established  1916 ;  Nebraska 
State  .Medical  Assoiiatioii,  publishers; 
F.  A.  Lon«.  editor :  monthly ;  $2.50. 
CIRCULATION    1.205. 

Western  Medical  Review.  1114  Farnam  St.. 
Omaha.  Established  1896 ;  Western  .Med- 
ical Review  Company,  publishers ; 
monthly;  $2.00. 

NEW   HAMPSHIRE 

♦STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH  OF  NEW 
HAMPSHIRE.  BULLETIN  OF  THE,  Con- 
cord. Established  1900;  State  Board  of 
Health,  publishers;  Charles  Dunian,  edi- 
tor ;  Irregular  ;  free. 

NEW  JERSEY 

♦JOURNAL  OF  EXPERIMENTAL  PSY- 
CHOLOGY. Princeton.  Established  1916; 
Psychological  Review  Company,  publish- 
ers: J.  B.  Watson,  editor;  bi-monthly: 
$4  2r,. 

♦JOURNAL  OF  METABOLIC  RESEARCH, 
.Morrlstown.  Establisheil  1922  :  Physiatric 
Institute.  .Morrlstown,  Now  Jersey,  pub- 
lishers: F.  M.  Allen,  editor;  monthly; 
$10.00. 

MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  NEW  JERSEY, 
JOURNAL  OF  THE.  14  S  Day  -St. 
Orange.  Establlshod  1904 ;  New  Jersey 
.State  Medical  Society,  publishers;  D  C. 
English,  Neu  Brunswick.  (Alitor;  month 
ly  :   $2  00.      CIRCULATION    2,101. 

National  Medical  As.soclatlon,  Journal  of 
The.  22:*  Hank  St.,  Newark.  Estab- 
lished 1909;  John  A,  Kenney,  Tuskegee 
Inslltute.  Ala,  editor;  quarterly;  $2  00 
CIRCULATION  3,346. 

PSYCHOLOGICAL  BULLETIN.  Princeton 
Ksialillshed  19(14  :  Psychological  Review 
(iiiniMiny,  publishers:  Shepherd  I.  Frans. 
edit  .r;  monthly  ;  $5.00. 

PSYCHOLOGICAL  REVIEW.  Princeton.  Es- 
tablished 1894 ;  Psychological  Review 
Company,  publishers  ;  Howard  C.  Warren, 
editor:  bl-monthlv:  $4  2.'.  alone,  with 
Psychological  Bullenlln.  $9  00. 

♦PUBLIC  HEALTH  NEWS,  Trenton.  Es- 
tablished 1915;  Department  of  Health  of 
New  Jersey,  publishers:  J.  ('.  I'riee,  edi- 
tor ;   monthly  ;  free. 

NEW  YORK 

Albany  Medical  Annals,  Albany,  Estab- 
lished 1880;  Alumni  Association  of  Al- 
bany Medical  College,  publishers :  J 
Montgomery  Mosher,  editor;  monthly; 
$2.00. 

American  Journal  of  Electrotherapeutics 
and  Radiology,  885  W.  End  Ave.,  New 
York.  Established  1882;  BclentlHc  Au- 
thors Publishing  Company,  publishers ; 
William  Beuham  Snow,  editor  ;  monthly  ; 
$5.00. 


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AMERICAN   JOURNAL   OF    PSYCHOLOGY. 

.Morrill  Hall.  Conifll  Inlverslty.  Illiacs. 
Establldliod  18S7 :  Karl  M.  Hallentuich. 
puhlishiT  :  K.  B.  TItrhcner.  editor;  iiuar- 
iprlv  :   |tl.50. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  PUBLIC 
HEALTH.  3T0  Sevenih  Avv..  \t-«  Yurk. 
Katabllsheil  1911  ;  Aniprloiin  VuMIr 
Health  .\ssoctali<»n.  pulillslicrK :  Mr.  A. 
W.  Hcdrldi.  inaiiittjiiiff  f-ditor ;  nicinthly  : 
;VO(i.     CIRCULATION  4.288. 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  ROENTGEN- 
OLOGY. 67  E.  59th  SL,  New  York.  Eit- 
tabllshcd  190G:  Paul  B.  Hoeber,  pub- 
lisher; H  .M.  Imboden,  editor;  monthly; 
)6.00. 

American  Journal  of  Surgery.  IS  E.  26th 
St..  New  York.  Established  1887;  Sur- 
gery Publishing  Company,  publishers ; 
Walter  M.  Brickner,  editor ;  monthly ; 
{2.00. 

American  Medical  Pres«,  280  Bmadway. 
-New  York.  Established  1922 :  American 
Medical  Press  Company,  publishers :  F. 
H.   McMechan.   editor;  monthly:   f-i.vO. 

American  Medicine.  18  E.  list..  Si  ,  New- 
York.  Estabil.sbed  1901  ;  American  Med- 
ical Publishing  Company,  publishers : 
H.  E.  Lewis,  editor;  monthly;  $2.00. 
oANNALS  OF  MEDICAL  HISTORY.  C;-C!< 
E.  59th  St..  New  Y^ork.  Established  1917  ; 
Paul  B.  Hoeber.  publisher;  Francis  R. 
Packard.  I'hlladelphia.  editor;  iiuartir 
ly;  »8.00. 

ARCHIVES  OF  DIAGNOSIS.  141  \V.  seth 
St..  New  York.  Established  1908;  Beb- 
raan  Company,  publishers:  quarterly; 
13.00. 

ARCHIVES  OF  OPHTHALMOLOGY.  2  W 
4.ith  St.,  New  Y^ork.  Established  166',i  ; 
(;.  P.  Putnian's  Sons,  publishers;  Arnoid 
Knapp.  editor;  bi-monthly:  $«.00. 

Archives  of  Pediatrics,  45  E.  ITth  .St.,  New 
York.  Established  1881;  E.  B.  Treat  * 
Company,  publishers:  H.  K.  Mlziell,  edi- 
tor; monthly:  $.').00. 
•  ARCHIVES  OF  PSYCHOLOGY.  Substation 
84,  New  York.  E.stiiblished  VMK,  ;  The 
Archives  of  Psychology,  publishers ;  It. 
S.  Woodworth,  editor:  irregularly;  )5.00 
per   volume. 

BIOLOGICAL  CHEMISTRY.  JOURNAL  OF. 
GOth  St.  and  Avenue  A.  Ne.v  York.  Es- 
tablished 190.';;  The  Kockefeller  In^^ll- 
tute  for  Medical  Research,  publisher-;  ; 
H.  v.  Dakln.  S.  K.  lieiiecllct.  1-.  B.  Met. 
del  and  D.  D.  Van  Slyke.  editors;  month- 
l.v  ;  JSOO  per  volume. 
•EXPERIMENTAL  MEDICINE.  THE  JOUR- 
NAL OF.  New  York.  Established  l>i'M  ; 
Rockefeller  Institute  for  Medical  He- 
search.  66th  St..  and  Avenue  A.,  publish- 
ers ;  Simon  Flexner  and  Peyton  Rous, 
editors;  monthly:  $3.00. 
•GENERAL  PHYSIOLOGY.  JOURNAL  OF. 
New  York.  Established  1918;  Rockefeller 
Institute  for  Medical  Research.  66th  ^: 
and  Avenue  A,  publishers ;  Jacques  Loeb 
and  ^V.  J.  V.  Osterhout,  editors;  bi- 
monthly ;  $5.00. 

Health  Builder.    Garden   City.      Established 
1922 ;     Doubleday.    Page    and    Company, 
publishers;   monthly;   $3.00. 
•HEALTH     NEWS.     MONTHLY    BULLETIN    I 
NEW  YORK   STATE   DEPARTMENT   OF    I 
HEALTH.     Albany.       Established     1884: 
New   Y'ork   State   Department   of   He:ilih.    | 
publishers :  Mr.   B.    R.    Rlckards.  editor ;    ] 
monthly ;  free.  ■ 

•HEALTH   OFFICERS'    BULLETIN,  Albany,    j 
Established    1916 :   New    York   State   De- 
partment of  Health,  publishers ;  Mr.  B.  R. 
Rickards,   editor;   monthly:    free. 
HOSPITAL  SOCIAL  SERVICE.  19  E.   T2nd 
St..   New   York.      Established    1919:   New 
Y'ork  Hospital  Social  .Service  .\ssociatinn. 
Inc..  publishers ;  E.  G.   Stlllm.-in,  editor ; 
monthly  ;  $3.00. 
International  Journal  of  Surgery.  18  E.  41st 
St..   New   York.      Established    1887;    In- 
ternational    Journal     of     Surgery     Com- 
pany,   publishers:    Paul    J.     Rosenheim, 
editor,    and    F'rank    C.    Lewis,    managing 
editor;  monthly;  $2.00. 


Long   Island   H«dlcil   Joutt"'     ■«-.4    w.>.h. 
Ington  Ave.,  Brooklyn.     1 
Auoclated    Physicians 
publlshert) ;    Henry    G.    V.n".u-i.    vuiui  . 
monthly ;    $3.00. 

•  LYING-IN    HOSPITAL    OF   THE   CITY   OF 

NEW  YORK.  BULLETIN  OF  THE.  307 
2d  Ave..  New  York.  K^tabilahed  1903; 
Lylng-In  Hospital  Press.  publUhers ; 
Geo.  W.  Konnak.  23  B.  93d.  St.,  New 
York,  editor:  quarterly:  II  00 

Medical  Critic  and  Guld. 
J'ark  \V.,  New  Y'ork  • 
Critic-tJulde  Company.  i<u  ' 

Robinson,  editor  :  monthly  ;  lii.uo. 

Medical  Life  and  The  M-dlcai  Pickwick.  12 
Mt.  Morrto  P;ii'  "-'  "  .\  York.  Medical 
Life  Preu,  i  Victor  Robinson, 

editor;  month. 

Medlcil  Review  ..f  Reviews.  220  \V    43d  St  . 
New  York.     EiUbllsbed  1885:  .Mr.  Fred 
eric  B.  Robinson,  publisher ;  H.  H.  Pelton 
and    M.    W.   Thewlls,   editon ;   montbly  ; 
|2.»0. 

Medlc»l  T  -  —        York 

Establi  pub- 

lisher; iihly; 

$2  00.      CIRCULATION    9.700. 

•  MENTAL     HYGIENE       (70     Seventh     Are., 

N.A    V  1^      ; •■     '■  -'  --I 


$;;,o0. 

•MONTHLY     BULLETIN      OF      NATIONAL 
TUBERCULOSIS       ASSOCIATION 
Seventh    .*ve..     New     York. 
1914;   National  Tubercultuiis   .\ 
publishers;     .Miss     Helena     V.     i*ii...r.i 
editor  ;  monthly  ;  free. 

Nervous  and  Mental  Itisea-ie.  Journal  of. 
64  W  56th  St..  .New  Y'ork.  Establisbei! 
1874;  Smith  Ely  J,l!i(Te,  publisher  m.'i 
editor;  monthly:  $10.00. 

New  Y'ork  Medical  Journal  and  M 
Record,  'ri  P.irk  PI  .  Now  Y'ork.  ). 
li-  KlUott    Pubiisli  I , 

1  ..    stragnell.   edi 

t.  :  .  ".  i 

NEW  YORK  MEDICAL  WEEK.  47  \V.  Sith 
St..  New  York.  EstaMlshed  19J2 ;  New 
Y'ork  Medical  Week.  Inc.  publishers;  .\ 
B.   Hlrsh.   editor :  weekly  :   $2.00.  [ 

NEW    YORK    STATE    JOURNAL    OF    MED-    i 
iCINE.   17  W.   4Sd  St..   New  York.     Es-    1 
tabllshed   1901;  Medical  Society  of  State 
of    New    Y'ork.    publishers ;    N.    B.     Van 
Etten,     acting    editor;     monthly;     $2.00. 
CIRCULATION    10.161. 

OUTDOOR  LIFE.  JOURNAL  OF.  370  Sev 
enlh  Ave  ,  New  York.  EstaMlshed  1904  : 
.National  Tuberculosis  Association,  pub- 
lishers; Philip  P.  Jacobs,  editor;  month- 
ly;   $2.00. 

•  PSYCHE  AND  EROS.  3681  Broadway.  New 

York.  Ksiablisbed  1920;  Samuel  A. 
Tannenbaum.  editor  and  publisher;  bi- 
monthly ;  $5.00 

•SEXOLOGY  AND  PSYCHANALY8IS.  JOUR- 
NAL OF.  12  Mt.  Mcrrls  Park  West.  New 
Y'ork.  Established  l'J23 ;  S.  A.  Tannen- 
baum, editor  ;  bi-moiuhly  :  $5.00. 

•SOCIAL  HYGIENE.  JOURNAL  OF.  370 
Seventh  Ave.,  New  Y'ork.  Established 
1914;  American  Social  Hygiene  Associa- 
tion, publishers;  Mr.  Maurice  A.  BIge- 
low.   editor;   quarterly;   $3.00. 

•SOCIETY  FOR  EXPERIMENTAL  BIOL- 
OGY AND  MEDICINE.  PROCEEDINGS 
OF  THE.  338  E.  2Cth  St.,  New  York. 
Established  1903 :  Society  for  Experi- 
mental Biology  and  Medicine,  publishers  ; 
Holmes  C.  Jackson,  managing  editor ; 
monthly.  May  to  Oct. ;  $3.00. 

•VITAL  STATISTICS  REVIEW,  Albany. 
Established  1916 :  New  York  State  De- 
partment of  Health,  publishers ;  Otto  R 
Eichel.  editor;  monthly;  free. 

NORTH  CAROLINA 

•  HEALTH      BULLETIN.      Raleigh.       Estab- 

lished 1884  ;  North  Carolina  State  Board 
of  Health,  publishers ;  Mr.  Ronald  B 
Wilson,   editor  ;   monthly  ;    free. 


monthly ;  $2.50. 


„A  t;„..^ry,  Charlofte. 
Medical  Jour- 
M .    L.    Town- 

.tiiiiii^oiiiery,    editors; 


NORTH    DAKOTA 

•NORTH      DAKOTA     STATE  BOARD     OF 

HEALTH  BULLETIN  '    i  lis.     Es 

tabllshed     1908;     N' i  i     State 

Board     of     Health,     i  U.     E. 

French,    editor;    quarterly,  free. 

OHIO 

Cincinnati  Journal  of  .Medicine.  .528  Walnut 
St..  Cincinnati.  Established  1920; 
Academy  of  Jfediclne.  publishers;  C.  t. 
Bonlfteld.  editor:  monthly;  $2.00.  CIR- 
CULATION 2,535. 
Current  Researches  In  Anesthesia  and 
Analgesia.    16    E.    Broad    St..    Columbui. 

■     V- ■     \--— 'vsia 

H. 


rt  ».M..|....I 


I  ucal  Journal,    630   W.   6lh   St., 

EaUbllshed    1836;    John    K. 
.    publisher ;    Harvey    W.   Teller, 
editor  .    Dionthly  ;   $2.50. 

liledlcal  Woman's  Journal.  21134  L'pland  PI., 
Walnut  Hill*.  Cincinnati.  Official  organ 
of  the  Medical  Woman's  National  Aaso- 
ciatlon.  Established  1893;  Woman's  Med- 
ical Journal  Publishing  Company,  pub- 
lishers; Margaret  H.  Rockhill,  managing 
editor  :  monthly  ;  $3.00. 

Ml  Eclectic  Medical  Association  Quar- 

..    630    W.    6tli    St.,    Cincinnati.      Es- 

;,.„li.shed  1909  ;  National  Eclectic  Medical 

Association,    publishers;    William    Nelson 

Mundi.  e<iit(.r:  quarterly:  $1  2*., 

•  (!■■-       r  i .  ■  ■  ■         i  .lie 

:  th, 

|'Ub.,J^l.i  1.-  ,    i.ii'l.lhi.v  ,    free. 

OHIO  STATE  MEDICAL  JOURNAL.  131  E. 
State  St.,  Columbus.  EsUblishcd  1905; 
Ohio  State  Medical  Association,  publish- 
ers: F.  H  Mc-Merhan,  editor;  monthly; 
$3.00.     CIRCULATION  4.858. 

OKLAHOMA 

OKLAHOMA  STATE  MEDICAL  ASSOCIA- 
TION. JOURNAL  OF  THE.  Barnes  BIdg.. 
Muskogee.  Establlsbe<l  1908 ;  Oklahoma 
State  Medical  Association,  publishers ; 
C.  A.  Thompson,  ed  tir ;  monthlv,  $4.00 
CIRCULATION   1.600. 

OREGON 

Medical  Sentinel,  Selling  BIdg.,  Portland. 
EaUbllshed  1893;  Medical  Sentinel  Pub- 
lishing Company,  publishers ;  Henry 
Waldo  Coe,  editor  ;  monthly  ;  $2.00. 
*OREGON'S  HEALTH,  Portland.  Oregon 
SUte  Board  of  Health,  publlsbera : 
(luarteily  :  free. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

AMERICAN  JOURNAL  OF  ANATOMY.  36th 
St.  and  Woodland  Ave.,  Philadelphia. 
Established  1901 ;  The  Wlstar  Institute 
of  Anatomy  anil  Biology,  publishers : 
Chas.  R.  Stockard.  editor;  bi-monthly; 
$7.50  per  volume. 

American  Journal  if  the  Medical  Sciences. 
Philadelphi.i.  Established  1820 :  Lea  & 
Febiger.  publishers :  John  H.  Musser  Jr.. 
editor :  monthly  ;  $6.00. 

American  Physician  (continuing  The  Med- 
ical Council).  420  Walnut  St..  Phil- 
adelphia. EsUblished  1896  :  C.  C.  Taylor, 
publisher:  Thomas  S.  Blair,  editor; 
monthly  ;  .$2.00.    CIRCULATION  12,825. 

ANATOMICAL  RECORD.  Woodland  Ave. 
and  36th  St.,  Philadelphia.  Established 
1906 ;  The  Wlstar  Institute  of  Anatomy 
and  Biology,  publishers ;  John  Lewis 
Bremer,  editor;  monthly;  $5.00  per 
volume. 

Annals  of  Surgery,  227  S.  Sixth  St.,  Phil- 
adelphia. Established  1884 ;  J.  B.  Llp- 
pincott  Company.  publishers :  I..ewi9 
Stephen  Pilcher.  New  Y'ork.  editor; 
monthly;  $7.50.     CIRCULATION   4.759. 


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COMPARATIVE  NEUROLOGY.  THE  JOUR- 
NAL OF,  36th  St.  and  Woodland  Ave., 
Philadelphia.  Established  1891 ;  The 
Wlstar  Institute  of  Anatomy  and  Biol- 
ogy, publishers  :  C.  Judson  Herrick,  Uni- 
versity of  Chicago,  managing  editor;  bi- 
monthly ;  $7.50  per  volume. 

EXPERIMENTAL  ZOOLOGY.  THE  JOUR- 
NAL OF,  36th  St.  and  Woodland  Ave.. 
Philadelphia.  Established  1904 ;  The 
Wistar  Institute  of  Anatomy  and  Biology, 
publishers;  Ross  G.  Harrison,  New  Ha- 
ven, Conn.,  managing  editor;  Issued  8 
times  a  year  ;  $7.50  per  volume. 

Hahncmanni.m  Monthly.  1629  Spruce  St., 
Philadelphia.  Established  1865  ;  Homeo- 
pathic Medical  Society  of  Pennsylvania, 
publishers  :  Clarence  Bartlett,  C.  S.  K»ue 
and  John  O.  Wurlz,  editors;  monthly; 
$3.00.      CIRULATION    1.800. 

Homeopathic  Recorder,  1011  Arch  St.  Phil- 
adelphia. Established  1885  ;  Boerlcke  and 
Tafel,  publishers;  R.  F.  Ralee,  editor; 
monthly ;  $2.00. 

♦  INTERNATIONAL   CLINICS.    Philadelphia. 

Established  1891 ;  J.  B.  Llppincott  Com- 
pany, publishers ;  Henry  W.  Cattell.  ed- 
itor ;  quarterly  ;  $10.00. 

•  MEDICAL  CLINICS  OF  NORTH  AMERICA, 

West  Washington  .Square.  Philadelphia. 
Established  1917  ;  W.  B.  Saunders  Com- 
pany publishers;  bl-monthly;  paper. 
$12.00;  cloth,  $16.00. 

Medical  Summary,  2321  Park  Ave.,  Phila- 
delphia. Established  1879 ;  R.  H.  An- 
drews, editor  and  publ'r  ;  monthly  ;  $1.50. 

Medical  World.  1520  Chestnut  St.,  Phila- 
delphia. EsUbllshed  1883  ;  Mr.  Edgar  S. 
Taylor  publisher;  John  C.  Rommel,  ed- 
itor; monthly;  $1.50.  CIRCULATION 
14.197. 

MORPHOLOGY,  JOURNAL  OF.  36th  St 
and  Woodland  Ave..  Philadelphia.  Es- 
tablished 1887;  The  Wistar  Institute  of 
Anatomy  and  Biology,  pubilshera;  0.  K. 
McClung.  editor ;  quarterly  ;  $12  per  vol. 

Ophthalmology.  Otology  and  Laryngology. 
Journal  of.  1724  Spruce  St..  Philadelphia. 
Established  1889  :  American  Homeopathic. 
Ophthalmologlcal,  Otologlcal  and  I.»ryn- 
gologlcal  Society,  publishers  :r..  W 
Mackenzie,  editor:  monthly;  $4.00.  CIR- 
CULATION 533. 

•  PENNSYLVANIA      HEALTH      BULLETIN. 

Harrlsburg.  EsUbllshed  1909  ;  State  De- 
partment of  Health,  publishers ;  Thomas 
W.   Jack.snn.    editor;    irregular;   free. 

•  PENNSYLVANIA      MEDICAL      JOURNAL. 

212  N.  3d  St..  Harrlsburg.  Established 
1897 ;  Medical  Society  of  the  SUle  of 
Pennsylvania,  publishers ;  Y.  L.  Van 
Sickle,  editor:  monthly;  $3.00.  CIRCU- 
LATION 7.432. 

•PROGRESSIVE  MEDICINE.  PhUadelphU. 
Established  1898;  Lea  and  Feblger.  pub- 
lishers ;  Hobart  Amory  Hare,  editor ; 
quarterly:    $11.00. 

•PSYCHOLOGICAL  CLINIC.  Woodland  Ave 
and  36th  St..  Philadelphia.  Establlshe<l 
1907;  The  P.sychological  Clinic  Press, 
publishers ;  Llghtner  Wltmer.  editor  ;  Ir- 
regular ;  $2.50. 

•SURGICAL  CLINICS  OF  NORTH  AMER- 
ICA. West  WashlnL'ton  Square.  Philadel- 
phia. Established  1917  :  W.  B.  Saunders 
Company,  publishers  ;  bi-monthly  ;  paper, 
$12.00;    cloth.    $16.00. 

RHODE  ISLAND 
RHODE  ISLAND  MEDICAL  JOURNAL,  1.^3 
Waterman  St.,  Providence.  EsUbllshed 
1917  ;  Rhode  Island  Medical  Association, 
publishers;  Frederick  N.  Brown,  editor; 
monthly;  $2.00.     CIRCULATION   746. 


SOUTH  CAROLINA 
SOUTH  CAROLINA  MEDICAL  ASSOCIA- 
TION. JOURNAL  OF  THE.  Greenville. 
Established  1905;  South  Carolina  Med- 
ical Association,  publishers;  Edgar  A. 
Htnes.  Seneca,  editor;  monthly;  $3.00. 
CIRCULATION  800. 

TENNESSEE 
TENNESSEE  STATE  MEDICAL  ASSOCIA- 
TION. JOURNAL  OF  THE.  154,  8th  Ave. 
X.,  Nashville.  Established  1908 ;  Ten- 
nessee State  Medical  Association,  pub- 
lishers :  Larkin  .Smith,  editor ;  monthly ; 
$2.00.      CIRCULATION    1.473. 

TEXAS 

.Medical  Insurance  and  Health  Conserva- 
tion. 210  Central  Bank  Bldi;..  Dallas. 
Established  1891 ;  M.  M.  Smith,  publisher 
and  editor  ;   monthly  :  $2.00. 

MEDICAL  RECORD  AND  ANNALS.  117  W 

Commerce  St.,  San  Antonio.  Established 
1907 ;  Harris  County  Medical  Society 
(Houston)  and  the  Bexar  County  Medical 
Society  (San  Antonio),  publishers;  W. 
Burton  Thornlng  and  Theo.  Y.  Hull,  edi- 
tors; monthly;  $1.50.  CIRCULATION 
l,«IS. 
Practical  Medlolne  and  Surgery,  Austin. 
EsUbllshed  1885;  Mrs.  F.  E.  Daniel, 
editor  and  publisher ;   monthly  ;    $2.00 

•TEXAS  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH 
QUARTERLY  BULLETIN.  Austin.  Es- 
Ubllshed 1922;  Texas  State  Board  of 
Health,  publishers :  W.  H.  Bea/.ley.  edi- 
tor :  iiuarterly  :  free. 
TEXAS  STATE  JOURNAL  OF  MEDICINE. 
207Mi  W.  lllh  .St..  Fort  Worth  Estab- 
lished 190.1 ;  .stale  Medical  As.tociation  iif 
Texas,  publishers  :  Holman  Tavlor.  editor  : 
monthly:  $2.50      CIRCULATION  3.63S. 

UTAH 
•UTAH    HEALTH     BULLETIN.    Salt    Lake 
City.     EsUbllshed   1916;  State  Board  of 
Health,  publishers ;  T.  B.  Beatty,  editor ; 
quarterly ;  free. 

VERMONT 
•VERMONT  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH 
QUARTERLY  BULLETIN.  Montpeller 
E.stnbllshed  1900  ;  Stute  Board  of  Health, 
publishers ;  Charles  F.  Dalton,  Burling- 
ton, editor  ;  quarterly  ;  free. 

VIRGINIA 

•VIRGINIA  HEALTH  BULLETIN,  Rich- 
mond. EsUbllshed  1908  ;  SUte  Board  of 
Health,  publisher  ;  monthly  ;   free. 

VIRGINIA  MEDICAL  MONTHLY,  104H  W. 
Grace  St.,  Richmond.  Established  1874  ; 
Medical  Society  of  Virginia,  publishers ; 
A.  C.  Brown,  Jr.,  editor;  monthly;  $2.00. 
CIRCULATION   2,150. 

WASHINGTON 
NORTHWEST  MEDICINE  (Representing 
State  A.ssnciatlons  of  Washington,  Ore- 
gon, Idaho  and  t't.ih),  Cobb  Bldg.,  Seat- 
tle. Established  1903  ;  Northwest  Medical 
Publishing  Association,  publishers;  Clar- 
ence A.  Smith,  editor:  monthly;  $2.00. 
CIRCULATION  2.441. 

WEST  VIRGINIA 
WEST  VIRGINIA  MEDICAL  JOURNAL. 
Huntington.  Established  1906  ;  West  Vir- 
ginia SUte  Medical  Association,  publish- 
ers; James  R.  Bloss,  editor;  monthly: 
$3.50.     CIRCULATION    1. 140. 


WISCONSIN 
HospiUI  Progress.  221  Grand  Ave.,  Mil- 
waukee. EsUbllshed  1920 ;  Catholic  Hos- 
pital Association,  publishers ;  Mr.  C.  B. 
MouUnler,  editor  ;  monthly  ;  $3.00. 
•QUARTERLY  HEALTH  BULLETIN  OF 
WISCONSIN  STATE  BOARD  OF 
HEALTH,  .Madison.  Established  1904: 
State  Board  of  Health,  publishers :  C.  A. 
Harper,    editor:    quarterly;    free.      CIR- 

culat:on  8.000. 
wisconsin    medical    journal.    514 

Wells  Bldg.,  Milwaukee.  Established 
1903:  State  Medical  Society  of  Wiscon- 
sin, publishers;  Rock  Sleyster,  editor: 
monthly;  $3.50.     CIRCULATION  2.089. 

PHILIPPINE  ISLANDS 
•PHILIPPINE  HEALTH  SERVICE.  MONTH- 
LY BULLETIN   OF.   Manila.     Established 
1921 ;     Government     of     the     Philippine 
Islands,    publishers;    monthly:    free. 
Philippine     Islandii     Medical      Association, 
Journal   of.   547   Herran,  Manila.     Estab- 
ILshed    1921;    Philippine    Islands    Medical 
Association,    publishers ;    Carmolo    Reyes, 
editor;    bl-monthly;    $5.00. 
•  PHILIPPINE  JOURNAL  OF  SCIENCE.  Ma- 
nila.     Establl.'ihcd    1906;   Bureau  of  Sci- 
ence,   publishers ;    Elmer    1).    Merrill,   ed- 
itor; monthly;  $5.00. 

PORTO     RICO 
BULLETIN    OF    THE    PORTO    RICO    MED- 
ICAL ASSOCIATION,  Box  I;i0ii.  San  Juan. 
Porto  Rico  Medical  Association,  publish- 
ers:  bl-monthly. 

CANADA 

Canada     Lancet     and     National     Hygiene. 
Sleepy     Hollow    Bldg.,    Toronto.      Estab- 
lished   1864;    Canada    Lancet    Company, 
publishers;  monthly;   $2.00. 
Canadian  Journal  of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 
145    College    St.,    Toronto,    Ont.      EsUb- 
llshed 1897  ;  W.  A.  Young,  publisher  and 
editor ;    monthly  ;   $2.00. 
Canadian  Medical  Association  Journal,  836 
University    St..    Montreal.    Que.      Estab- 
lished   Itll ;   Canadian   Medical    Associa- 
tion, publishers;  A.  D.  Blaekadsr,  editor; 
monthly ;   $6.00. 
Canadian     Practitioner     and     Review,     61 
Queen  St.,  E.,  Toronto,  OnL     Established 
1875;     The    Canadian     Practitioner     and 
Review,  publlsliirs  ;  .\dam  H.  Wright  and 
W.  H.  B.  Alklns,  editors:  monthly;  $2.00. 
Cllnlciue.    La..     Rue    Sto-Marle.    No     6456. 
Quartler  Bordeaux.  .Montreal,  Que     Estab- 
lished  1894;  Francois  I)e  Martlgny.  pub- 
lisher ;    R.    Vlllecourt.    editor ;    monthly ; 
$1  50.     CIRCULATION   3.792. 
Hospital    World.    145    College    St..    Toronto. 
E.stabllshed   1012;  W.   A.  Young,   manag- 
ing editor:   monthly;   $3.00. 
I'lndependance  M^dlcale,  Montreal.     Estab- 
lished  1920:  R.  Vlllecourt  publisher  and 
editor;  monthly;  $2.50. 
Public  Health  Journal.  207  York  Bldg.,  To- 
ronto, Ont.     Established  1909 ;  York  Pub- 
lishing    Co.,     Ltd..     publishers;     Gordon 
Bstes,   editor;   monthly;   $2.00. 
L'Union   Medlcale  du  Canada,  2734  Chrls- 
tophe  Colnmb    Montreal,  Que.  EsUbllshed 
1872:    T.     Vallquette.     publisher;    Albert 
LeSage,  editor ;  monthly  :  $3.00. 


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MENT SERVICE 

NOTE — Sec.  2,  Chap.  XJ,  of  Uie  By-Laws  of  the  American  Medical  Asaociatlun  prorldes :  "Commissioned  medical  offlcers  of  the 
United  State!)  Army.  United  States  Nary  and  the  United  States  Public  Health  Serrlce  shall  be  Fellows  of  this  Association  so  lone 
as  they  are  engaged  actlTely  in  their  resi>ectlve  serrlce  and  tbereaftar,  If  they  have  been  retired  on  account  of  aie  or  physical  disability." 

MEDICAL  OFFICERS  OF  THE  ARMY  OF  THE  UNITED  STATES 

Wltb  Year  of  Birth,  Medical  Collect  and  Tear  of  Graduation  and  Date  of  Present  Commission. 


ACTIVE    LIST 
NUMBER  OF  PHYSICIANS.  990 


Surf  eon-General 

With   rank  of   Miij»r  General 
IRELAND,  MERRITTE  \V..  b'67  ;  Mlch.7,'90. 
Pa. 2, '91;  Oct.4.18 

Assistants  to  the  Sunson-GMeral 

With  rank  of  BriKndlcr  General 
McCAW,    WALTER    DREW,    b'63 ;    Va.4,'82, 

N.Y.I. '84  :   .Mar.5,'19 
NOBLE,  ROBT.   E.,  b'TO  ;   N.Y.1,'99 ;  Mar.5, 

•19 

Colonels 
KEAN,     JEFFERSON     R.,     b'60 ;     Va.l.'83; 

July  1.'16 
GLENNAN,     JAMES     D.,     b'SS ;     D.C.3,"8.i. 

D.C.1,'86;  July  1.'16 
KEEPER,  FRANK  R.,  b'85  ;  Pa.I.'89  ;  July  1. 

'Iti 
FISHER,      HENRY      C,      b'ST  :      D.C.2,'91  ; 

May  I5,'n 
REYNOLDS,    FREDK.     P..     b'67;    Pa.l,'90 ; 

May  15, '17 
STARK,    ALEXANDER    N.,    b'69 ;    Va.I.'9J ; 

May  15,'17 
LYNCH,    CHAS,   b'68 ;    N.Y.15.'91;   May  15, 

•17 
MUNSON,    EDWARD    L.,    b^68 ;    Conn,l,'92 ; 

May  15,^17 
KENNEDY,     JAMES     M..     b^65 ;     Md.3,'92 ; 

May  l.l.'ir 
WILSON,  WM.  H.,  b'70  :  Pa.1,'92  ;  May  15,'17 
BRATTON,    THOS.    SUMTER,    b'68;    S.C.I, 

■90;  May  LI.'! 7 
SKINNER,  GEO.  A.,  b'70  :  Ill.l,'92;  May  15, 

'17 
DARNALL,    CARL    ROGER,    h'67  ;    Pa.2,'90 ; 

May  15,'17 
ASHFORD,     BAILEY    K.,     b'73 ;     D.C.2,'96 ; 

Mav  15, '17 
WEBBER,     HENRY     A.,     b'70;     Mass.l.'9«; 

May  15,'17 
CLAYTON.  JEREMIAH  BLACK,  b'72;  Md.l, 

'93  ;   Mav  15.  17 
CHAMBERLAIN,  WESTON  P.,  b'71 ;  Mass.l, 

'97  ;  Mav  15, 17 
SCHREINER,   EDWARD   R,.  b'73  :   Pa.1,'95  ; 

May  15.'17 
HARTSOCK.    FREDK.    M.,    b'75 ;    D.C.1.'97 ; 

May  15,'17 
DUVAL,     DOtGLAS     F.,     b'70;     Va.1,'94; 

May  15, '17 
MANLY.     CLARENCE     J.,     b'71 ;     KjA.-^T ; 

Mav  15,'17 
BAKER,  DAVID,  b'71 ;  Mo.28,'93  ;  May  15,'17 
TRUBY,  ALBERT  E.,  b'71 ;  Pa.1,'97  ;  May  15, 

'17 
FORD,     JOS.     HERBERT,     b73 ;     D.C.1.'97 ; 

May  15, '17 
ASHBURN,     PERCY     M..     b'72;     Pa.2,'93 ; 

May  15.'17 
DEAN,  ELMER  A.,  b'72  ;  Pa.1,'98  ;  May  15, 

'17 
WOLFE,  EDWIN  P.,  b'71 ;  D.C.1,'96  ;  May  15, 

'17 
GREENLEAF,    HENRY    S.,    b'70;    Pal, 'So; 

Sept.ll,'17 
HESS,  LOUIS  T.,  b'70  ;  Pa.2,'95  ;  Aug.30.'18 
COLLINS.     CHRISTOPHER     CLARK,     b'71; 

Va.l,'9D;  Oct.30,'18 


Lieutenant  Colenels 
PBED,  GEO.  P.,   b'74;  Va.l.'95 ;   .May  15.'17 
PORTER.  RALPH  8.,  b'75;  ni.1.97,  111. 6,98  : 

May  15,'17 
SHOCKLEY,    M.   AUGUST    WROTEN,    b'74; 

Mn  S,-98  ;  May  15. '17 
JONES.    PERCY    L..    b'75;   Tenn.6,'97 ;   May 

15. '17 
RUTHERFORD.  HENRY  H..  b'73;  Mo.3,'»8 

May  I5,'17 
RHOADS,  THOMAS  LEIDY,  b'70;   Pa.X.'93 

May  15,'17 
GILCHRIST,     HARRY     L..     b'70;     0.6.'9< 

May  15, '17 
LY8TER,     WM.     J.     L.,     b'69;     MIch.7,'94 

May  15.'17 
PERSONS,     ELBERT     E.     b'69;     Ill.6.'97 

May  15.'17 
BI8PHAM,  WM.  N..  b'7.1  ;  .Md.1,'97  ;  May  15 

'17 
RUFFNER,    ERNEST    L..    b'70;    N.Y.6,'94 

Mav  15. '17 
BAKER.  FRANK  ('  .  b'77 ;  D.C.t,'99  :  May  15. 

'17 
WILLIAMS.    ALLIE    W..    b'7l ;    N.T.10,'96 

May  15.'17 
REYNOLDS.     CHAS.     R.,      b'77;     Pa.l,'»9 

May  15,'17 
HUTTON.  PAUL  CHURCHILL,  b'75;   D.C.I 

'97;  May  15.'17 
DALE.  FRKDK.    ALLPORT,   b-72;    Pa. 1,00 

May  15, '17 
SHOOK,  JAY   RALPH,  b'78  ;   Md.l, '99;  May 

15, '17 
McANDREW.   PATRICK   H..  b'68;   Pa.l.'93 

May  15.'17 
EKWURZEL,    CEO.    MACY.   b'75;    Pa.l.'»7 

May  15.'17 
BUCK,     CARROLL     D.,     b'76 ;     Mlnn.4,'97 

May  15, '17 
ALLEN,  JOHN  H,  b'73;  D.C.1.'99 ;  May  13 

'17 
PATTERSON,    ROBT.    V..    b'77;    Que.  1, '98 

May  15.'17 
VAN  DISEN,  JAMES  W.,  b'71  ;  Mich.1,'96 

May  15. 17 
BROOKE.     ROGER,     JR.,     b'78;     Md.4,'00 

Mav  15,'17 
DeWITT,  WALLACE,  b'78  ;  Pa.l,'00  ;  May  15 

•17 
DE  LANEY.  MATTHEW  A.,  b'74;  Pa.l.'98 

May  15.'17 
HALLORAN.  PAIT,  STACY,  b'74;  Pa.l.'99 

May  15.'17 
NELSON,   KENT,  b'76  ;  Minn.4.'00  ;  May  15 

'17 
FIELD,  PETER  CONOVER,  b'69;  N.Y.l,^95 

Mav  15,'17 
SHAW,    HERBERT    GOSS,    b'76:    Cal.1,'98 

May  15. '17 
BRECHEMIN,    LOUIS,    JR.,    b'77;    Pa.2,'00 

Mav  15,^17 
WHITCOMB.  CLEMENT  C,  b'68;   Me.l,'91 

May  15,'17 
BARTLETT,  COSAM  J.,  b74  ;  Cal.2,'98 :  May 

15.'17 
MILLER,  REUBEN  BOYD,  b'71 ;  Mlch.7.'93 

Mav  15.'17 
HALL,    JAMES    FRANK,    b'73;    Maas.1,'99 

May  15.'17 
METCALFE,  RAYMOND  F.,  b'77  ;  N.Y.6,'00 

May  15. '17 
RICH,    EDWIN    WILLIS,    b72 ;    Mass.l. '00 

May  15,'17 


BOYER.    PERRY    L.    b'77:    Md.l, '99;    May 

15,'17 
PHALEN.  JAMES  M..  b'72;   Hl.U.'OO;  May 

15. '17 
MONCRIEF.  W.M.   H,  b'76:  Ga.l0.'97 ;   May 

15,'17 
LITTLK.    WM.     LAWSON,    Vli;    Pa.l.'OO ; 

May  IS.'IT 
8RKPARD,  JOHN  U.  b'70  ;  HLL-SS  ;  May  13. 

'17 
KELLER,   WM.   L..   b'T4  ;   Va.4.'99 ;   May  15. 

•17 
MORSE,  CHAS.   F.,  b74 ;  Vt.l.'96  ;   May  15, 

'17 
HANSELL.   HAYWOOD  8.,  b'75;  Ga.ll.'M ; 

May  15.'17 
GRI88INGER,  JAY  W.,  b'75;  Pa.l.'98;  Ma* 

15.'17 
PYLES.  WILL  L..  b'78;  D.C.l.'Ol ;  May  15. 

'17 
PIER80N,  ROBT.  HAMILTON,  b'74  ;  N.T.15. 

'98;  May  15.'17 
BLANCHARD,  ROBT.  MOORE.  b'T4 ;  O.a,**!  ; 

May  15,'17 
CI>ARK,  JOHN  ALEX.  b'7S ;  D.C.2,'98 ;  May 

15.'17 
MORRIS,    SAML.    J.,   b'77;   D.C.l.'Ol;   May 

15,'17 
COrriN.  JACOB  morgan,  b'78;  Pa.l.'OO: 

May  15.'17 
HATBAWAY.     LBVT     M..    b'77 ;    Va.1,'01 ; 

May  15.'17 
MURRAY.    ALEXANDER,    b'74;    D.C.1.'02 ; 

May  15. '17 
HL'^-'nNGTON,  PHILIP  W..  b'76;  D.C.1,'98  ; 

May  15,^I7 
FIFE,  JAMBS  D.,  b"71  :  Va.1,'97  ;  May  15.'17 
SCOTT,     GEO.    HOSKINS.     b'79 ;     Pa.l.'02: 

May  15.'17 
CRAIG.    CHAS.    FRANKLIN.    b"72 ;    Conn.1. 

'94;  May  15.'17 
VKDDKR.    EDWARD    BRIGHT.    b'TS ;    Fa.l. 

'01 ;  May  15.'17 
PIPES,    HENRY    FLANAGAN,    b'79;    B.C.I, 

'02;  May  15.'17 
FOSTER,    CHAS.    L..    b'7l ;    D.C.1,'02;    May 

15,'17 
BROWN,  ORVILLE  G.,  b'74;  D.C.l.'OO;  May 

15.'17 
SILER.    JOS.     FRANKLIN,    b'75 ;    Va.1,'98 : 

May  15,'17 
WBALEY.    ARTHUR    M..    b'72;    N.Y.6,'96 : 

May  15,'17 
SNYDER,    CRAIG    B.,    b'77;    lll.6.'02 ;    June 

25,'17 
BINGHAM,    ERNEST     G.,    b'76:    Ala.2,'01 : 

Aug.ll.'17 
HEYSINGER,    JAMES     D.,    b'77;    Pa.2,'01  ; 

Aug.l7,'17 
SMITH.  LLOYD  L.,  b'74;  Pa.l.'Ol ;  Sept.ll. 

'17 
HUGGINS.  JOHN  B..  b'78;  N.Y.6,02  ;  Sept. 

23  '17 
TEFFT.  WM.    H..    b'73;   Mlch.1,'98 ;  Dec.21, 

17 
DAVIS.  WM.  R.,  b'77  ;  Tenn.5,'98  ;  Jan.l.'lS 
WILLIAMSON,    LLEWELLYN    P.,    Mo.1,'97  ; 

Jan.l,'18 
OWEN,   LEARTUS  J.,  b'78;   Va.1,'00,   Md.3, 

'04;  Dec.3,'18 
WEED,  FRANK  W.,  b'81 ;  Md.l.'03;  Mar.l2, 

'19 
WICKLINE.    WM.   A.,   b'69;    Md.3,'95 ;    Mar. 

12,'19 


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AMERICAN    MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


FAIRCHILD.  DAVID  STURGESS,  JR.,  b'71 ; 

Ia.6.'97;  July  1, '20 
GARRISON".  FIELDING  H.,  b'70  ;   D.C.2,'93; 

July  1.'20 
BLOOMHAKDT,  FRED  HERMAN,  b'73  ;  Pa.l, 

•98;  JulT  1,'20 
PENDLETON.    ARTHUR     SYLBERT,    b'74 ; 

Pa.1,'95  ;  July  1/20 

Majon 

BAILEY.  HOWARD  H.,  b'74;  Va.l.'97  ;  July 

1.16 
FREEMAN,  PAUL  L.,  b'73;  D.C.1,'01 ;  July 

1.'16 
BRUNS,     EARL    HARVEY,     b79 ;     O.9,'03 ; 

July  1.'16 
GIBNER.    HERBERT    C,    b'79 ;    Conn.l,'03 ; 

Julv  1,'16 
LOVE,   ALBERT  G.,   b77  ;  Tenn.8,'04 ;  July 

].'16 
JONES,      HAROLD      WELLINGTON,      b'77 ; 

Mass.1,'01  :   Julv  1.'16 
REASONER.   MATHEW  A.,  b'75  ;   Ill.n,'99  ; 

Julv  1.'16 
NICHOLS,   HENRY   J.,   b-77 ;   Pa.l,'04;  July 

1,'I6 
HANSON,   LOUIS  H.,  b'77;   D.C.1,'04 ;   July 

HOrwoOD,  LUCIUS  L..  b'79  ;  Pa.2.'04  :  July 

1,'16 
FREEMAN,     CHAS.     E.,     b'73;     Mo.28,'99 ; 

July  1,'16 
RUKKE,  GUY  V.,  b'77;  Mich. 1, '04  :  Aus.13. 

'16 
PILLSBURY.       HENRY      CHURCH.      b'81 ; 

Mass.l,"06  ;  Dec.l8,'16 
KING,  EDGAR,  f84  :  Ark.l.'OB  ;  Jan.30,'17 
JOHNSON.  HOWARD  H.,  b'78  ;  O.9.'03  :  Mar 

3,'17 
BRYAN.  RAY  W.,  b'7B  ;  Ky.4,'97  ;  Mar.22.'17 
PURNELL,  HARRY  SELBV,  b'79;  Pa.l, '00  ; 

.Mav  15. '17 
RICHARDSON,  WM.  H.,  b'76 ;  0.6,01;  May 

l.'i,'17 
BARTLETT.     WM.     KAY,    b'78;    Pa.ll,'03; 

May  15,'17 
ASHFORD,  MAHLON.  b'81 ;  D.C.2,'04  ;   May 

15,'l" 
HUBER.     EDWARD     G.,     b'82 ;     Mlch.l,'05; 

May  1.'),'17 
LAMBIE,  JOHN   SIOUSSA,  JR.,  b'82;  P«.2, 

'OB  :   May  15, '17 
TASKER,  ARTHUR  NEWMAN,  b'78;  D.C.I, 

■06   May  iri.'K 
SNYDER.    HOWARD    McC,    b'81;   Pa.2/05 ; 

May  15,'17 
.McKINNEY,  GARFIELD  L..  b'81;  Pa.l,'06 ; 

May  15. '17 
PHILLIPS,  HIRAM  A.,  b"83 ;  Ky.5,'06;  May 

15,'17 
HART.  WM.  L.,   b'83;  Md.I,'06;   May  15,'IT 
TUTTI.E.     ARNOLD     DWIGHT ;      Md.1,06; 

May  15, '17 
HARMON.  DANIEL  WARWICK.  b'80  ;  Va.I, 

OS  :   M.1V  15. '17 
MA(;EE,  JAMES  CARRE;  Pa.2,'05;  May  15, 

17 
DUNBAH,  LEE  ROY,  b'81 ;  N.T.1,'08 ;  May 

1.1,' 17 
DEAR.     WM.     RICHARD,     b'83;     Pa.l,'06; 

Mav  15. '17 
SMITH,  W.M.  H.,  h'82;  Mo.2,'06  :  May  15.'I7 
COOK.  GEO,  W,,  b'SO:  Pa.l,'01  ;  May  15. "17 
MOUNT,   JAMES   R.:    Mo.32,'99 ;   May  15,'17 
JONES.     EDGAR     CLYDE,     b'79;     I'a.2,'06 : 

.May  15,  17 
HALL,   W.M.    EDWARD:    Mo.28,'00 ;  May  15, 

MCMILLAN,  CLEMENS  W.,  b'78;  Mo.!8,'»» ; 

.Mav  15. '17 
VANKIRK.  HARRY  H. :  0.3, '98;   May  15,17 
BASTION,  JOS.  E„  b'83  ;  D.C.2,'06  ;  May  15, 

WARRIXER,  BENJ.  B.,  b'73;  V».«,'9«;  May 

15.'17 
(AR1>.    DANL.    PARKER,    b'78;   N.Y.1B,'04 ; 

May  15,17 
DAVIS.    ADDISON    DI.MMITT,    b'83;    Pa. 2, 

•0«  :  .May  15,'17 
FRONK,  CLARENCE  K.;  Mo.34,'06:  May  15, 

GOI.DTHWAITE.    RALPH    HARVARD,    b'82: 

M.i!is  l.or. :   .May  15,  IT 
MILLER,  EDGAR  W.,  b'78;  Neb.8,'»» ;   May 

15,'17 
WRIGHT,  THKDK.  STARR.  b'T8;  X.T.l/M; 

May  15,' 17 
McDIARMlD,    NORMAN    L.,    b'79;    O.l.'Of: 

May  15,'17 


PARCE.     ALEXANDER     DWIGHT;     N.Y.19, 

'03  :  May  15. '17 
WILSON.    JAMES    ARTHUR.    b'SO;    MIch.l, 

05  ;   May  15. '17 
STAY-ER,  MORRISON  CLAY,  b'82;  Pa.2,'06; 

May  15, 'IT 
KERR,    ROBT.    W.,    b'80 ;    Conn. 1, '03;    May 

15,'17 
COBURN.    HENRY-    CLAY",    JR.,    b'78:    D.r. 

1.'03;  May  15,'17 
LEARY,    THOMAS    JAMES,    b'SO :    Pa.l,'OT  ; 

May  15,'IT 
JONES,    GLENN    IRVINE,    b'83;    D.C.I, '05 ; 

May  15,'17 
FOSTER,   GEO.  BURGESS,  JR.,  b-84  :  Pa. 2. 

•07;  May  15. '17 
DEMMER,    CHAS.   CARROLL,   b'83;   MIch.l, 

'06;  May  15,'17 
NAPIER.  EDWARD  LEROY,  b'83;  La.l,'06 ; 

May  15,'17 
FOX.    JAMES     SHELTON,    b'79:    Md.1,07 : 

May  15, '17 
McCORNACK.    CONDON   CARLETON,    b'SO: 

I'a.2.04;   Mav  15,'I7 
SHIELDS.    WM.     STEPHENS,    b'82;    Pall. 

•06  :    Mav  15.'17 
WELLES,    EDWARD    MURRAY.    JR.,    b'83: 

NY, 20. '07  :  May  15. '17 
FERENBAUGH.    THOMAS    LUDLOW,    b'81  : 

Md.7.09:  May  15. 17 
DE  VOE.   RALPH  GODWIN,  b'83:  Pa.l.'OS  ; 

May  15,'17 
REYNOLDS,    ROYAL,    b'Sl ;    Pa.l,'06 ;    May 

15, '17 
GENTRY,     ERNEST     R.,     b'84 ;     Md.7,'0g : 

May  15. '17 
HALLETT,    HARLEY    JAMES,    b'SO;    Pa. 2. 

05:   Mav  15, '17 
SHARPE,    HERBERT   HENRY,   b'83:  N.YS. 

on  :  Mav  13, 'IT 
HAVERKAMPF.     CHAS.     W.,    b'SO;    Kan. 2, 

•08;   May  15. '17 
KRA_MER,    FLOY'D,   b'84:    O.40.'0S  ;    May  15. 

"IT 
SHERWOOD.    JOHN   WESLEY",  b'81:  D.C.I. 

•08:  .Mav  15,^1T 
DAVIS.    ARTHUR    OSMON ;    Me.l,'0« ;    Mav 

15,-17 
BORDEN,     WM.     BENJ.,     b'80 ;     Md.l,'06 : 

May  15,'17 
BOWEN,  ALBERT  SIDNEY,  b'79:  ni.6,'D3 : 

May  15. '17 
SCHLANSER,    ADAM    EDWARD,   b'80;   0.1, 

08:    .May  15,' 17 
FLETCHER,   JOHN   P.,  b'84;  Vn.l,'08  ;  Mnv 

15.17 
BEERY".     HARRY     REBER,    b'82:    Ill.l.'OO : 

.May  15,'lT 
JIcAFEE.    LARRY    BENJ.,    b'83:    D.C,1,'06: 

.May  15,'IT 
WOODSON.   THO.MAS   DIPUY'.   b'82:    Mo.2, 

'07  :    .May  15,'17 
DARBY.  TAYLOR  EUGENE,  b'83;  Md.l.'04  ; 

-May  15.'1T 
HILL.  FELIX  R.,  b81 :  La. I, '08 :  May  15,17 
(  OOPER,    WIBB    EARL,    b85 ;    Tenn..5,'0T  : 

May  15. 'IT 
CASPF.R.    JOS. :    N,Y.1,'06  :   May  15. '17 
BEEUWKES.  HENRY;  Md.7,n«  ;  .May  I5,'17 
THEARLE,  WM.  H.,  b'84:  Md,3,'08:  .May  15. 

ALLEN,    WM.    HERSCHEL,    b85 ;    Pa.l,'0« ; 

Mav  15. '17 
AYDELOTTE.   JOHN   THOMAS,   b'85;  V».i. 

'06:  May  15. '17 
SHEEP,  WM.  LLOYD,  b'8I :  D.C.I, '06 ;  May 

15, 'IT 
MICHIE.     HENRY     CLAY,     b'82;     Va.l,'07  ; 

Mnv  15, '17 
HEFLEBOWER,     ROY    CLEVELAND,    b'84  : 

D.C.I, '06;  .May  15,'IT 
COOPER,     ALEXANDER     TAYLOR,     b'83: 

Pa, 11. '07:   May  15. '17 
GIBSON,    PAUL    W.,    b'84:    Ill.6.'08 ;    May 

15,'I7 
FLYNN,    THOMAS    JOS.,    b'Sl;    N.Y,S,'05 ; 

May  I5.'17 
REDIiY,  JOHN  J.:  Pa. 11, 07:   May  15. '17 
MARIETTA.  SHELLEY  URIAH.  b81  ;  111.11, 

•0!i;  .May  15.^17 
.MADDUX,    HENRY    CABELL,    b86 :    Val. 

•08:  May  15,^17 

Mcdonald,  robt.  clarence, bsi ;  l«.i. 

09:   May  15. 'IT 
EDWARDS.   GEO.    .MARTIN,  b'79;  Pa,l,'03  : 

-May  1.5,'IT 
FRENCH,    8ANF0RD    W.,    b'Sl;    D.C.1,'09: 

May  15,"17 
McKNIOHT,    JOHN    ROY",    b'SO;    Pa.2,'06; 

May  15, '17 


KEFAUVER,  LLOYD  A. ;  JId.4,'06 ;  May  15. 

'IT 
MeBRAYER.     CHAS.    EVANS,    bS3 ;    Md.l, 

•08  :  May  15. '17 
LAKE,  GEO.  BURT,  bSO ;  Ill,l,'02 ;  May  15, 

'17 
JOHNSTON,     JAMES     F.,     b'83;    Ala.4,09 ; 

May  15,'17 
CREIGHTON,    SAML.    S.,    b'79;    N.Y.6,'09 ; 

May  15,'17 
FOUCAR,  FREDK.  H.,  b'84:  N.Y.I, '07  ;  May 

15,^17 
DENTON,  WILLIAM,  b'78:  N.Y.2O,'0S  :  May 

15,'17 
CLARK,  .iLBERT  P.:  D.Cl.'OS  ;  Mav  15.  17 
SINER,   JOS,   LINTON,  b'S5 :  Pa.1,^09;  May 

15. '17 
CARTER.   HENRY  P. ;    Md.l. '03  :   May  15,'17 
STRONG,     FRANCIS     X.,     bS2 ;     Pa.2,'05: 

May  IS.'lT 
TRINDER.   JOHN   HOLMES,   b'Sl;  Pa.2,'04  ; 

May  15,17 
SKELTON,    ROBERT,    b'86 :    Pa.l,'08 :    May 

15,'17 
CONNOLLY,   PHILIP  BARRY,  b'86:  N.Y.19, 

•09:  May  15.'17 
QUALLS.    GUY    LOGAN,    b'83:     Mo.34,09 ; 

May  15,'17 
McENERY.    DOUGLAS  W.,   b'Sl;   D.C.I. 09: 

.May  15,17 
UPSHUR.    ALFRED    PARKER,    b'85;    Va.6, 

•08:  Mav  15.^17 
TURNBULL.    SAML.    JAY",    b86 :    D.C.I, 09; 

Mav  15, '17 
TARLETON,   LEBSON   OREN,  b'84;  Mass.l, 

'10:  Mav  15. '17 
BURNETT,    THOMAS    WARD,    b'82:    N.Y.I, 

08:   .May  15.'17 
POUST.    LUTHER   RAY.MOND,   b'85;   Pa. 11, 

'09  :  .May  15,'17 
MEEHAN,  JOHN   W.,  b"S4 ;  Neb.6,'08:   May 

15. '17 
INGOLD,  JOHN  GEO.,  b78 ;  IU.11,09;  .May 

15.^17 
SCOTT.  THOMAS  EWINC,  b^Sl  ;  Temi.l.'07  : 

May  15,'17 
WAI^SON,    CHAS.    .M.,    b'83;    Pa.2,'06:    -May 

15,'17 
QUADE,  OMAR  H.,  b'86;  Mo.2, OS;  May  15, 

•17 
HARWOOD.    THOS,    EVERETT  :    Tonn,S,^06  : 

May  15, '17 
MILLER,     ALVIX     (HAS,,     b  86 :     O.l,'09 : 

May  15.'17 
HARDAWAV.    ROBT.   MORRIS,   b'8T;  Mo.2, 

•10;   May  15.^17 
DAILEV.    MKHAEL    A,,    b'84;    Masai, '07: 

May  15.' 17 
HAIG.    (HE.<!TER    RAYMOND,    b'83;    Pi.l, 

'09:    Mnv  15. '17 
.MKISTER.     WM.     BERTRAM:     N  Y  19.'04  : 

May  I5,^17 
WILDE,    ADNA   GODFREY^,   fc' 

May  15,^17 
McMURDO,      HEW      BERNARD:      V.i.l.oT  ; 

May  15.^17 
BAYLLS.    JAME.S    EKNF-ST,    b84 ;    La.l,'10  : 

Mav  15, •K 
CHAPPELI.,  SIDNEY  LOVETT,  b'88 ;  DC.l, 

•09;  May  15. ^17 
HERBERT,   WM,   DEY.  b'81:  Pa, 2, '09;    May 

15, '17 
KIRK.   NORMAN  THOMAS,  b'88;  Md.1,^10 : 

Mav  15.^IT 
DUENNER,  ROBT.  HENRY',  b'83;  D,C.1,'10 ; 

May  15,'IT 
SMITH,  STEPHEN  HARRISON,  b'83  :  D.C.l, 

•06  ;  .Mav  15.^17 
LULL,   (iEO.    F..    b^87:   Pa.2,^ntt:   May  13,'ir 
BELL,    CLARBN<E    RALPH.    li'S3 :     Mo.34, 

■04:    May  15.'17 
WEIDNKR,   EDWARD  T.  B.,  b85  ;   Pa. 2,08  ; 

.May  15.  IT 
BLISS,     RAYMOND    W.,    b'88:     M«sa.7,'10; 

May  I5,'17 
HILLMAN,    CHAS.    CLARK,    b87 ;    IIl.l.'ll ; 

May  15,^17 
DALE,  HARRY  LOUIS,   bSii ;  111.1,11;  May 

15, '17 
CALLENDER.  GEO.  RUSSELL,  b^84  ;  .Mass.?, 

'08:  .Mav  15, '17 
PRATT,    JOHN    MURDOCH,   b'84;   Pa.L'Og; 

June  16, '17 
THODE.    EIDE    FREDK.,    b'88:    N.V.19,'n; 

June  16, "17 
VAUGIIAN.      WM.      WASHINIiTON,      b'Sfl : 

D.C.2.'I2;  June  16. '17 
BEAVEN,        COLERIDGE        LIVINGSTONE, 

1)'85:   Md.4.'(i8:  June  16. '17 
GANDY,    CHAS.    LEWIS,    b'89 ;    .Midi. 1.  12  ; 

June  16,^17 


72 


MEDICAL    OFFICERS    OF    GOVERNMENT     SERVICE 


ANDERSON',  JOHN  BERWICK,  b'86 ;  Tei.2, 

•|2  :  June  Ifi.'lT 
KERNS.    HARRY    XEAI..    b'SB ;    Mlch.l.'12; 

June  lO.'ir 
VON  KESSI.EH.  WILSDN  CARLISLE,   b'85 ; 

I'M. 11. '11  :  Juno  111.  IT 
WEBB,     LANl'HEAH     WESI.EV,    JR..    b'S6 : 

I'a  l.'ll :  June  16.'17 
BAl'EB.  LOUIS   HOPEWELL.   b'SK  :   .Mass.l. 

'li  ;  June  16, '17 
DAVENPORT,  WALTER   PAUL,  b'88  :  lU.U, 

11 :  June  16. '17 
CANNING,  AU.STIN  JAMES,  b'87  ;  Pa.l,'ll  i 

June  IB.  17 
(ilTHBIE.   WM.   GUY.   b'84 ;   Vt.2,10 ;  Jun« 

16. 17 
MelNTYRE.      HENRY      BLODCiETT.      b'lT ; 

N.Y.S.'OS;    July  l!».'ir 
H0(;AN,   DAVID   DURWARD:   Ill.l.i»6;   Oct. 

6/17 
.MAVNARU.    EDWI.N    BROOKS,    b'86:    V».I, 

'08  ;  Oct. 6. '17 
SCOTT,    RAYMOND    EWELL,    b'89 ;    Mo.lO. 

'10  ;  Oct.S.'l" 
HARDEN,    BOBT.    DU    BANT,    b'88;    Ga.ll. 

11  :  Oct. 6. '17 
OFFLTT.    HARRY    DU.MONT.    b'91 ;    D.C.2. 

'l:i:  Oct.6.17 
JONES.    AUGUSTUS    BENJ..     b'89:    G«.ll. 

'10:   Oct. 8. '17 
DIXON,   FRANK  HENRY,  b'90 :   Ind.20,'II : 

Oct.6,'17 
TEFFT,    LLOYD    EARL,    b'90 ;     Mlch.l,'ll : 

Oit.6.'17 
RILEY,  CHAS.  W.,  b'83;  Md.7,'0:  ;  Oct  6.'17 
O'CONNOR,     CHAS.     MALLON,     JR.,     b'89 ; 

Va.l.'lS:  Oct.e.'l? 
CHUNN.     GEO.     DA  VIES,     b'88:     Md.7,'13 : 

Oct. 8. '17 
HITTER.  CHAS.  GEO.,  b'85 ;  I11.6,'13  ;  Oct, 

6. '17 
MOORE.  HARVARD  CLAYTON,  b'87;  Or«.2, 

'13:  Oct.6.'17 
FREER.  ARDEN,  h'88 ;  N.Y.19,'13:  Oct.8,'17 
RICE.    WM.    FREDK.,    b'84:    Md.l,'14:    Oct. 

6.  17 
WILLIAMS.  ROBT.  PARVIN,  b'91 ;  0.41,'13  : 

Oct.6,'17 
NOYBiS,  EDWARD  ALLEN,  JR.,  b'»l ;  Ore.2. 

'13;  Oct. 6. '17 
SINCLAIR.    CHAS.    GEO.,   b'89;    Mlch.1,'14; 

Oct.6,'17 
SCHULE.  PAUL  ADOLPH,  b'81 :  Mlch.l.M2; 

Oct. 6. 17 
WILSON,   FRANK   W.,   b'88:   Md.1,'14;    Oct. 

6. '17 
PETTERS.    FREDK.   HENSEL,  b'9l;    N.Y.6. 

14;  Oct.e.'l" 
GAUL.     JOHN     STUART,     b'88;     Pa.ll,'13 ; 

Oct.6,'17 
DUCKWALL.     BERTRAM     FOSTER,     b'89; 

Mich. l.'ll;  Nov.6.'17 
McKELLAR.    HARRY   REX.    b'84;    Pa.2,'10: 

Jan.l5.'19 
LINCOLN,  HENRY  F..  Mo. 2.  05  :  Mar.28.'18 
CARBONELL.  FRANK  ARTUBO,  b'88  ;  Pa. 2, 

•11;  Mar.28,'18 
BEACH.    GEO.   CORWIN,    JR..   b'88:  Mo.20, 

'11:  Mar.28,'18 
DUNHAM.  .GEO.    CLARK,    b'87:    Ore.2.'14 : 

Mar.2S.'lS 
BOCOCK.   EDGAR    ALLEN,    b'92 ;    Va.4.'15  ; 

.\rar.28,"18 
BETHEA.    JAMES    ALBERTUS,   b'87;   La.l. 

13.  Mar.28.'18 
BAYLEY.    ALVIN   J.,   b'87  ;   Cal.2.'12 ;    Mar. 

28.'18 
GRANT.    DAVID   WALKER,    b'91:    Va.1,'15 ; 

Mar.2S,18 
WALKER,  JOH.X  EDWARD,  b'90;  Md.7,'15 ; 

Mar. 28. '18 
WINN.    DEAN   F.,   b'86:   Ga.l2,'10;    Mar,28. 

'18 
COATES,  EDWARD  AUGUSTUS,  JR..  b'89; 

Mass.7,'ll  ;  Mar.28,'18 
DIBBLE,  JOHN,  b'90;  Pa.1,'15  ;  Mar.28,'18 
SLOAT.    JESSE    IBVING,    b'88:    D.C.1,'12; 

Mar.28,'18 
ASH,  JAMES  EARLE,  b'84;  Pa.l.'OS:  Mar. 

2S.'1S 
PORTERFIELD.   HERBERT    DeWITT.    b'87; 

0.6. '14  ;  Mar.28."18 
GORE.  THOMAS  LEE.  b'92  ;  Pa.l.'l."; :   Mar. 

28,'18 
NORRIS,     SAML.     REILY,    b'85;    Mo.2.'12 ; 

Mar.2S.'18 
HAWLEY,  PAUL  RAMSEY,   b'91 :  0.41, '14  : 

Mar.28.'lS 
EMERSON.  GOUVERNEUR  VINCENT,  b'89  ; 

Pa.11.14  :Mar.2S.lS 


THOMAS,     WM.     CLARK,     b'91;     Md.7.'15 ; 

Mar.28.'18 
KRAFPT,    HENBT    LOUIS,   b'85:    Ill.ll.'tt ; 

Mar.28.'18 
McKIE.     ALVA     BURTON,     b'92;     La.l.'lS; 

Mar.28,'lS 
POLLOCK.  CARY  ROBT.,  b'88:  Tenn.5,'I5 ; 

Mar.28,'18 
NORRIS.  BENJ.,   ».,  h'tt;  0.41,'15 ;  Mar. 

28. '18 
WOOD.   CYRU8    BOTNTON,   b'«9  ;   III.«,'14  : 

Mar. 28. '18 
PARRISH,   ROBT.    EUNICE,  b'91:   Pa.2.'14 ; 

Mar. 28. 'l.** 
NEFF.    EMERY    BOWERS,    b'91;    111.11,'IS; 

Mar28.'18 
LXHMAN.  ASA  MARGRA^'E,  b'89  :  Fa. 2. '15  ; 

Mar.28.'18 
WILSON.    BASCOM    LEE.    b'89;    .Md.l.'lS; 

Mar.28.'18 
HAGINS.     W.M.     ARCHER.    b"«8 ;     Ga.l.'U ; 

Mar.28.'18 
PR0S8ER.    WM.   OSCAR   HAMPTON,   b'«7 ; 

Pa.l.'lS;  Mar.28.'18 
SIMMONS.    JAMBS    STEVENS,    b'9(> :   P».l. 

'l.l :  Mar.28.'lS 
FORTIER.    ROY    McLEAY,    b'8» ;    D.C.l.'IS: 

Mar.28,'lS 
FOX.  ROY  EDWARD,  b'88;  111.11,14;  Mar 

28.'18 
ROOHAN.    JAMES    FRANCIS,    b'gg ;    N.T.S. 

■12:  Mar.28.'18 
STANLEY.    ORAMEL    HENRY,    b'87;   Me.l. 

'12;  Mar.2S.'18 
BAKER.   WILLIS   POWER,   b'88;  N.Y.l.'lS : 

Mar.28.'18 
L«  BARON.     CHAS.,     JR..    b'91;     Ala.2.'14 ; 

Mar.28.'18 
CORBY.  JOHN    FRANCIS,   b"91 ;    Pa.H.'13 : 

Mar28,'l8 
KENNER.    ALBERT   WALTON,  b'89;  D.C.I. 

■ir,  ;  Mar,2.S,'18 
DENISON.  WALCOTT.  b'S9  ;  Mo.2.'U  ;  Mar. 

28.'18 
MOEKNO.     JOSEPH    de     ROI'LHAC.     b'92: 

D.C.l.'IS;   Mar.28.'18 
HILL.  ROBT.  BURNS,  b'90;  Md.l.'lS;  Mar. 

28. '18 
TUCKER.      PRESCOTT      STEARNS,      b'80 : 

Md.7,'15:  Mar.28,'18 
CORBETT.  SEWALL  MUNSON,  b'9«  J  D.C.I. 

•13;  Mar.28.'18 
VAN    VALZAH.    SHANNON    LAURIE,  b'gg; 

Md.7.'14;  Mar.28.'18 
HOWARD.    LEROV    TAYLOR,    b'89;    D.C.2. 

'13:  Mar. 28. 'IS 
HUME.   EDGAR   ERSKINE.   b'89:   Md.7.'13 : 

Mar.28.'lS 
GRIFKIS.  FRANK  C.    0.23. '9«  :  Aug.S.'lS 
MILLS,  FREDK.  HUBBELL.  b'71 ;  Pa.2,'94  : 

AUK.3.'18 
PIEBBOWER.   BENRT  C,  b'74 ;   Neb.g.'OO  ; 

AUK.3.'1S 
-MILTENBERGER.  VAL  E. :  Mo.34,'04  :  Aug. 

3. '18 
HAINES.  EDGAR  FREMONT,  b'83;  Mass.'j. 

'0«;  Auk. 3. 18 
BERLE.    CHAS.     KETTIG,     b'90;    Ky.2.14 ; 

Aug.3.'18 
BROWNE.  SAML.  McPHERSON,  b'91 ;  S.C.I. 

'14:  AU(I.3.'18 
WEISSINGER.   WM.  THOS.,  b'86;   La. l.'ll  ; 

Aug.3.'18 
GESSNER.    FRANCIS    EMIL.    b'90:    Conn.l. 

•12;  AUK.S.'IS 
WOLFF.  ROWLAND  DAXL.,  b'85  ;  D.C.I, '08  ; 

AuE.3.'18 
qUICKEL.    HERBERT    L.,    Ii'82 ;    Pa. 11. '06: 

Aug.3.'18 
.'iTLTlGEON.    JOHN    HOWARD,    b'87:    III-6. 

'14 :  Aug.3.'18 
WOOLFORD.  WOOD  SUE.  JR.,  b'88:  Ark.l, 

•09  :  Aug.3,'18 
WHITTIER.      RAYMOND      WRIGHT,      b'8« : 

Minn. 4. '12:  Aue.3.^18 
SMITH,   DAVID    ENGLISH,   b'89;   Mo.2.'14 : 

Aug.3.'18 
COOLEY.    ELIAS    EARLE.    b'90;    Pa.2,'12 : 

AUK.3,'18 
STOCKTON.  MAX  RIEBENACK,  b'92;  Pa.9, 

'15:  Aug.3.'18 
BLANCE,    CLARKE,    b'86;    Vt.2.'13 ;   Aug.3. 

'18 
CRAWFORD.  PAUL  MILLER,  b'90  ;  Ill.8.'12  ; 

AUK.3,'18 
FRANCIS,  JOS.   HAINES,  b'91  :   Tenn.6.'15  : 

AU6.3.'18 
NEBLETT.     HERBEBT    CLARENCE,     b'87: 

Va.4.14  :  Aug. 3. •IS 


KENDALL.  CHAS.   BENJ..   b'93 ;  Pa.lS.'lS : 

Aug.S.'lg 
COLE,    FRANK    LA  MONT,    b'90  ;  II1.11,'14  : 

AUK.3.'18 
BAKER,  CADMUS  JAMES,  JR.,  b'92:  Ark.l, 

•14:  Aug.3. •IS 
HURLEY.  THOS.    DREUX.  b'90:   Ark.l, '11 ; 

Aug.3. '18 
WOODARD.  GEOBGK  SAWYER,  b'ge ;  Pal, 

'15;  Auk  3.'18 
FRANKLIN.    GEO.     CHAS.     HENRY,     b'87! 

Cal.l.'12;  Aug.3.'18 
POX.    LEON    ALEXANDER,    b'90:    0.41.'12 ; 

Aug.3. '18 
FRANCE,  GERALD  D.,  b'g9  ;  CaI.9,'lS :  Aug. 

3. '18 
FELCH.    MINER    FRANK,    b'87  i    Cal.»,'13 ; 

Aug.3.'lS 
FOEIIT.MEYER.     WM.     AD0LPHU8.     b'88; 

(>  41. 'U  :   Aui;  :!.)S 
FREEU,\ND,       HERBERT      LENTZ,       bTe ; 

Mo. 34.  06:  Sept.l8.'18 
FARROW.    EDGAR  JAMES,   b'71 ;  Cal.2,'0«  : 

Sept. IS, '18 
PHILIPS.  HENRY  FULLER.  b'80  ;  Tex.t,'67  ; 

Sept.lS.'lS 
CURTIS.   NICHOLSON   FEW.   b'85;  0.«,'lt; 

Oct.».'18 
HEWITT.      JOHN     MICHAEL;      N.Y.18,'g9 : 

NoT.24.'lS 
CUMMINGS.      CLAUDE      WIGGINS.      b'gO : 

Tenn.5.'12:  Not.24,'18 
VILLARS.  HORACE  SUMNEB,  b'91 :  Minn  4. 

■1«:  Nov  24. '18 
TROUTT.   JAMES    MONROE,    b'83 ;    Tenn.5, 

'06;  Nov. 24. '18 
SPAETH.  EDMUND  BENJ.,  b'90  :  N.Y.6.'16  : 

Nov  24. '18 
MONTGOMERY.     JAMBS     BLAINE.     b'8» : 

Mas.H.l.'lS  :  Nor.24.'18 
McNABB.    PAUL    EDGAR,    b'87:    Pa. l.'ll; 

NoT.24.'18 
GRADY.    HENRY    WILEY.    b'»4 ;   Ala.2,'16; 

N0T.J4,'18 
DUGGINS,  PERCY  ELISHA,  b'90;  Va.l.'lS; 

NoT.24.'18 
.McCLINTIC.  BROWN  SHIRK,  b'84  ;  0.6,'»8  ; 

Niiv.24.'18 
WHITE.  SAML.  AUGUSTUS,  b87  ;  Md.7,'I6  : 

Nov.24.'18 
FITTS,  FRANCIS  MOYLAN,  b'92;  Va.4.'16  ; 

NoT.24.'18 
AYCOCK.   GEO.    FRANKLIN,   b'86;   Tenn.l. 

"U  :  NoT.24.'18 
MEBANE.  TOM  SPERRINC.  b'gg;  N.Y.1,'18; 

N0T.24.'1S 
ENDE.  FRANK  MACBETH.  o'88  ;  N.Y.6,'18; 

Nov. 24. '18 
COULTEB.   PHILIP   LOUIS,   b'»0 ;  0.41.12: 

NoT.24.'18 
GREENWELL.     ALBERT     WRIGHT,     b'90: 

Pa.l.'16:  Nov.24,'18 
SCOTT,    NORMAN    McLEAN.    b'89 ;    Maas.7, 

'11;  N0T.24.'18 
McGLHRE.  PATRICK  FRANCIS,  b'88;  Ma.", 

'16;  Nov.24.'18 
HUPTORD.    HENRY    KURTZ    BAUMGARD- 

NER,  b'90  ;  Pa.l,'16  :  Dec.3.'18 
SALE.   CHAS.   WALLACE;    Va.6.'07 ;   Jan.2. 

'19 
MAKEL.  HEBTEL  PHILIP,  b'88;  Md.7,'15: 

Mar.l,'19 
LOWRY,    ROBT.    HENRY,    JB.,    b'91;    lU.l, 

'14:  Mar.I,'19 
WE1J»S.    WARD    STANLEY'.    b^87 ;    Mass.l. 

16:  Mar.8.'18 
SCHWARTZ.    SEYIIOUR    CRANDAL,    b'86: 

N.Y.15.'14:  Mar.l2,'18 
BURNET.  BURGH   SMITH,  b'92:  S.C.1,'14 ; 
I        Apr.lS.'lSt 

KESMODEL,  KARL  FREDK.,  b'93  ;  La.l,'16  ; 

Mav  9.'19 
PILLSBUBY,      CUB'nS      DUDLEY',      b'89: 

Mich.5,'14:  July  1.'19 
MY'LL.    NELSON   ALLEN,  b'90;  MIch.l.'lS : 

Aug.31,'19 
SCOTT.    BOY    LORRAINE,    b'90:    Pa.l,'I6: 

Sept.3,'19 
SOUTHARD,    WM.   WHITE,    b'86:   Md.7,'16; 

Sept.5,'19 
DORSEY,  GEO.  HAMILTON,  b'92  ;  Md.1,'15  ; 

Sept.7.'19 
LaROCHE.    LAURENT    LASCELLES,    b'89: 

S.C.1,'15;  Sept.26,'19 
DOOLING.     HENRY     CHEESEMAN,     b'87; 

Pa. 11, '08;  Oct.2.'19 
MATLACK,  FRANK  SMEETON,  b'84:  Pa.l, 

•(16  :  Oct.4.'19 
GEXTZKOW.  CLEON  JOSEPH,  b  91 ;  D.C.I. 
15;  Dec.8.'19 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


CRAWFORD,     JAMES      PRINGLEY,      b'67 ; 

Md.1,'93;  Dec.l2.'19 
HALE,    ROBT.    ALEXANDER,    b'9I ;    Tex.2. 

•15;  De<?.16,'19 
HOWARD,  ALLEN  RICHMOND,  b'86  ;  Cal.l. 

'11  ;  Jan.4,'20 
BRADFORD,  HENRY  COLMORE,  b'85  ;  Va.6, 

•08  ;  Feb.5,"20 
TOWLER,    HARRY    HUNT,    b'85 :    Pii.2,'07 ; 

Mar.4,'20 
BOLIBAUGH,  ORAL  BEVERLY,  b'90 ;  Ill.l, 

•15  ;  Mar.6,'20 
DAVISON,   ROLAND  ALBERT,  b'90 ;  N.Y.8. 

•14;  Mar.25,'20 
CONNER.    HASKETT    LYTsCH.    b'84 ;    M47, 

•10;  Apr.8,'20 
CARROLL,  PERCY  JAMES,  b'91  ;  Ma.34,'14  ; 

May  10,'20 
FALISI,  JAMES  VINCENT,  b'85  ;  Ky.11,'08  ; 

May  16, '20 
PE-nT,  WM.   D.,  b'83  ;  Mo.2,'ll ;  May  23,'20 
MINGOS,  JAY  DEPVB,  b'89  ;  Pa. 2, -12  ;  Mav 

24.'20 
EBER,  ALBERT   H..   b'76  ;   Mlch.7,'97  ;  July 

1,^20 
BAYLEY,   EDMfND  WM.,  b75;  K»n.4,'98 ; 

July  1,'20 
STUCKY,    HARRISON    W.,    b'74 ;    IIH5,'»7 ; 

July  1,'20 
HENRY,     ZIBA     LINDLEY,     b'72;     O.S,'»6 ; 

July  1.'20 
GIFFIN,    ADOLPHE    MANGER,    b'76;   Md.9, 

■03 ;  July  1,'20 
MARSHALL.   THOS.    ROLLINS,   b'7I ;   Md.S, 

'93;  July  1,'20 
JONES,  GEO.   B.,  b^68;  Ind.8,^92:  July  1,'20 
TAYLOE,    ARMI8TEAD   K.,    b'75  :    Va.6, '97  ; 

July  1,'20 
WATTS,  JOHN   WADE;   La.l.'04;   July  1, '20 
O'CONNELL.    GEO.     ALBERT,    b^82 ;     La.l, 

•06;  July  1,'20 
BOWMAN,   JACOB   CARROLL,    b'82 ;   N.C.4, 

•10  ;  July  1,'20 
BREITLING.    JOS.    CISHMAN,    b'74;   M*.l, 

'97;  July  1,'20 
NORVELL,    BONAPARTE    PRESTON,    b'76; 

Mo.24,'00:   Julv  1,'20 
BYARS,    CASPER    RALPH,    b'75;    Pa.J.'tg ; 

July  1,'20 
MARCH,    IRWIN    BEEDE,    b'8I ;    Cal.1,'10 ; 

July  1,'20 
CONGER,    WM.    WATSON,    b'72;    Pa.I.'OS ; 

July  I. '20 
LYON.  JA.MES  A.,  b'82:  Md.9.'06:  July  ^•20 
POORE,   JAMBS    K.,   b'76;   N.Y.10,'97 ;   July 

I, '20 
BKCKFORD,   HENRY   8HEDD,   b'74;   N.H  1, 

■99;   July  1.20 
DRAKE,    CLARENCE    EUGENE,    b'72;    0.3, 

'98;  July  1,'20 
SOUDER.    CRAS.    G.,    b'81 ;    Md.7,'07 ;    July 

1,'20 
CHASE,  CHAUNCY  L. ;  Ky.1,'99  :  July  1, '20 
BRAIL8F0RD,     ALEXANDER     MOULTRIE, 

JR.,  b'71  ;  S.C.I, '97:  July  1,^20 
CAMPBELL.     REUBEN    ADOLPHl'S,    b'69 ; 

0;  July  1,'20 
INMAN,    LEWIS   E..   b'81 :   Mlch.5,'05 ;  "July 

I,'20 
BUROHERR,    EMIL    HENRY.    b'TS ;    Mo.S4. 

'09  :  July  1.'20 
MacDONALD.      CHAS.       EVERETT,      b'73 ; 

N.Y.5.'96;  July  1.'20 
PRESNELL.    JAMES    FREDK..    b'67;    Ii.3, 

■89;  July  1.^20 
VON    ZELINSKI.    WALTER    FRANZ,    b'8! ; 

111. 8, '08;  July  1.^20 
HAYEiS,  DANL,  J..  b'7I ;  Ill.l, '94;  July  1, '20 
LLOYD,     W.M.     HENRY,     b'77 ;     N.Y.I9,'0«; 

July  1,'20 
SMITH,    HERBERT    HOMER,    b69 ;    N.Y.IO. 

■96  :   July  1,'20 
SHACKELFORD,     ROBT.    BAYLOR    SAMP- 
SON, b'81:   Va.l.'OO;  July  1, '20 
SAPPINCTON,  WM.  FULFORD,  b'78 ;  Md.l, 

'01  :  July  1.'20 
HOLMES,     CLAUDE    DuVALL.    b'80 ;    111.1, 

'12:   July  1.'20 
WIL.MERDING.       WM.       EDWARD,       b'74; 

Tenn.11,'99;  July  1.'20 
CAIRNS,  DOUGLAS  WALKER,  b'77;  N.Y.I. 

'01 :   July  1,'20 
GREENE,   FRANK   N.,  b'6g ;   Pa.2,'90 ;   July 

1.'20 
POOLE.    FRANCIS  HERBERT,  b'72;   D.C.I, 

•02:   July  1.^20 
BRINSMADE,      DANL.      BRADLEY,      b'78; 

NY.  I. 00;  July  I, '20 
WINTER,    FRANK    ERNEST,    b'79 ;    D.C.8. 
06  ;  July  1,^20 


McKAY.    WM.    GEO.,    b'80 ;    Ill.l. "10;    July 

1,'20 
BAUMAN,    JOSEPH    WARREN.    b'70 ;   Pa.l, 

'96  ;    July  1.'20 
TITUS,    ELTON   LACROIX,   b'80;   Ind.8.'02 ; 

July  1,'20 
COUPAL,   JAMES    FRANCIS,    b'84;    Mass.7. 

•09;   July  1,20 
WITHERELL,  CARL  HAMLIN,  b'78  ;  Masai. 

'06  ;  July  1.'20 
CONNER.  HOMER  LEIGH,  b'76  ;  Mass.l.'OO  : 

July  1.'20 
WHITE,     JOS.      .MEADE,     b'73:      Md.3,'97 : 

.Tuly  1,'20 
COLE,    RICHARD    KING,    b'75;   Tenn.5,'99 ; 

July  1,'20 
NEWHOUSE.      OMER     ATHERTON.      b77 ; 

111. 1.^00:  July  1.^20 
CHASE,     DANL.     ROBT.,     b';9 ;    N.H.I, '05; 

July  1,'20 
BOYER.  GOUVERNEUR  H.,  b'81;  Pa.l.'07 ; 

July  1.'20 
COMPTON,  ARTHUR  GEORGE,  b'8I ;  D.C.I. 

'07;    Julv  1.'20 
MALLORY.     HERBERT     (  LIFFORD.     b78 : 

Ga.11,^02:   Julv  1,'20 
BROWN,    EDGAR   HAYES.   h^77  ;   Mo.20,02  ; 

July  1.^20 
OGILVIB,   ROY  KINROUGH,  b'8«  ;  P«.2,'03  ; 

July  1,'20 
GREENE,     LORIN     A.,     b'79;     Tenn.8,'02 : 

July  1,'20 
EVANS.    WM.    KNOWLES,    b'69;    Pa.l.'91  ; 

July  1.'20 
MONTGOMERY.        HERBERT        BRODGER. 

b'76;  D.C.I, '06;  July  1,'20 
PARSONS,   ALBRO  L.,  JR.,  b'82;   Ky.4.'04 : 

July  1,'20 
JACKSON,    ARTHUR   DUDLEY,    b'73;    111.6. 

'99;   July  1.'20 
.MURPHY,    WM.    ALEXANDER,    b'81;    Va.l. 

'10:  July  1,'20 
SHEPPARD,      PAUL      RICHARD      EDDINS. 

b'83;  Tenn.n.'08;  July  I. '20 
TODD,     MARTILLUS     L.,     b'69 :     Md.4.'97  ; 

July  1,'20 
DEWEY,   CHRISTIAN  HENRY,   b'80;  D.C.I, 

'07;   Julv  1,'20 
DWIRE.  FRANCIS   BELMONT,  b'77;   Cal.6, 

'06;  Julv  1.'20 
PARKER,    SAML.    FLETCHER,    b'82:    Ky.5, 

'05;  July  1.'20 
HANSON,    HERBERT   BILL,  b'72:   Vt.2,'99 ; 

July  1.'20 
PHILLIPS.    JAMES    EMORY,    b77 :    Mo.34, 

'11;  July  1.'20 
McCOY,    ALVA    DUTTON    STEARNS,    b'72 ; 

Cal.l.'99:  July  1,'20 
WETMORE.     WM.     OLENDOBF ;     D.C.I. '95; 

July  1,'20 
DABNEY,    ALBERT    SMITH,    b'79;    Tenn.5. 

'04:  July  1.'20 
LITTIG.    JOHN    VINCENT,    b'7» ;    Ill.l.'Ol  : 

July  1,'20 
HOY,     CLINTON     LUMAN,    b'76;     1II.1,'0« ; 

July  1,'20 
RILEY.   PHILANDER    CHASE,   b'73;    D.C.I. 

'99 :  July  l.'20 
MeGILL,  JOHN  FRANKLIN.  b'«7  :  Mo.8,'88  : 

July  1,'20 
MADIGAN.     JOHN     JOS.,     h'T9 :     D.C.l,'0» ; 

July  1,'20 
COLEY.  THOMAS  LUTHER.  b'fiH  :  Pa.l.'O.I ; 

Julv  1.'20 
LONGACRE.       RAYMOND      FORCE,      b'67 : 

Pa. 11. '91  ;  July  1.'20 
BEVERLEY,       EDWARD       PERCY,       b'75: 

Tcnn.ll.'99;    July  I. '20 
BANKS,   CHAS.   LINCOLN,  b'66  ;  N.Y.I. '91 ; 

July  1.'20 
MOULTON,    STARR    ABNER.    b'73;    Mai».7. 

'01;  July  1.'20 
HALL,    .MILTON   WtSTON.   b'78;    III. 11, '03; 

July  1,'20 
LONG,      THOMAS      LEE.      b  74 :      Ia.3.'05 ; 

July  1,^20 
PALMER,    ELBERT   ALONZO,    b'eo ;    N.Y.3. 

'96;  July  1, '20 
GREENE,    EDWARD   CHASE,    b'75;   MIch.l. 

'04;   July  1.'20 
ABSHER,      DARIUS      CLEVELAND,      b'82: 

Md.l, 09;  July  1.'20 
DUCKWORTH,   JOHN   FRANK,   b'76;   Ind.8. 

00 :  July  1.'20 
SHERMAN,    ADAM    EDWARD,    b'80;    Ill.l. 

•03;  July  1,'20 
Ht'NTER.     BAXTER     R.,     b'73;      Ky.4,'9< ; 

.luly  1,'20 
WYER,    HARRY     GAGE,    b'70 ;    Maai.l.'OO ; 

July  1,'20 


74 


SAWTELLE.    HENRY    F.,    b'78:    111.11,'M : 

Julv  1.'20 
MITCHELL.    WM.    HAYES,    b'78;    Vt.2,'05 : 

July  1.'20 
FRANCIS.    FRANK     DOIG,    b'79;     ni.6.'0S ; 

July  1.'20 
CHAPMAN,    WM.    ALLEN,    b'65 ;    Md.1,'87; 

July  1,'20 
ERVIN,  HUMPHREY  NEWTON,  b'8S ;  0.41. 

'12  ;  July  1.'20 
LEWIS,    NED    OVERTON,    b'82:    Mo.20,'05: 

July  1.'20 
ROBERTS,  DAVID  MICHAEL,  b'73  :  0.1, '95  ; 

July  1, '20 
ABBOTT,  EDWARD  JOHNSON,  b'70  ;  N.Y.S. 

'09 ;  July  1,'20 
OLMSTED.       BERTRAM       HENRY.       b'80; 

MIch.l, '11;    Julv  1.'20 
BLACK,  ALLEN   J.,   b'65:   V«.4,'84  ;  July  1, 

'20 
MARSHALL,  BENJ.  JOS.,  b'70;  Tenn.8,'»4  ; 

July  l,'2fl 
WALLACE.    JOHN,   b'82;    Oa.ll,'ll ;    July  1. 

'20 
ALLEN.    ROBT.    AURAND,    b'77;    I11.6,'07 ; 

Julv  1.'20 
BORDEN.      FRANK      R.,      b'74;      111.11, '02; 

July  1.'20 
PARMENTER.      EARL      LINWOOD.      b'79; 

Mo.20,'07:   Julv  1.'20 
VAN     BUREN.     KREDK.     ARTHUR,     b'76: 

111. 6. '04  :  .lulv  1.'20 
COVINGTON.    LEWIS    CLYDE,    b'80;    Va.6. 

'01;   July  1,'20 
GURNEY,    SAML.  CHAS.,   b'70;   Mlch.7.'00  : 

July  1.'20 
LINTHICUM.     EDGAR     SMITH :     Md.8.'05 : 

Md.4.'06;    July  1.'20 
GARDNER,    FLETCHER    M..    b'69;    .MIch.l. 

'91  :  July  1,'20 
MORRIS.    ROY    THOMAS,    b'76;    D.C.I, '07; 

July  1,'20 
FRANKLIN.      ALBERT      GALLATIN,      JR., 

b'73  :    Va.6.'97  ;    July  1.'20 
MARTIN,    CHAS.    PATRICK,    b'77;    Tenn.5, 

'00;  Julv  1.'20 
SCRUTCHFIELD.  GUTHRIE   EUGBNE.  b'70  : 

Mo.1,'94;  July  l,'2n 
LOVEWELL,    CHAS.    HUBART,    b'72;    II1.6, 

'98:    July  1.'20 
MacNAUGHTON.    PETER    DUNCAN,    b'88 ; 

MIch.l, '92:   July  1,'20 
HUME,  HOWARD,  b'82;  Va.l. '05;  July  1, '20 
MACKLIN,     WALTER     FULI.ARTON,     b'75; 

N.Y.I, '98;  July  1,'20 
ROBESON,    FIELDING    TECIMSEH,     b'73; 

N.Y.1,'95;  July  1,'20 
SHEPARD,    CHAS.    ANGELL.    li'71;    N.Y.6, 

'96 ;  July  1,'JO 
DOWNS,  JIRAH  MARSTON,  b'79;  III. 11. '06; 

Julv  1,'20 
HOFF.MAN,   W.M.    LOUIS,    b'79:    Mlnn.4,'04 : 

Julv  1.'20 
JUMP,  ULYDE  WATKIN8,  b'76:  Mich. 1,  02  : 

July  1.'20 
McCORMICK,    JOHN   JOS.,   bHO  :    D.C.2,'04 ; 

July  1,'20 
HITCHEN8,  ARTHUR  PARKER,  b'77  ;  Pall. 

'98;  July  1.'20 

Captalna 

HALL,   JOHN   RANDOLPH,   b'Mt;    Mo.2,'08 : 

NoT.24,'18 
WHITMORE,  W.M.  <'OTMAN,  b'.'<4  ;  Me.l,'09  • 

Not. 24, '18 
FELGER,    LOUIS,    b'92 ;    Cal.9,H  ;    Not.24. 

18 
WAGNER,  PAUL  STANISLAUS,  b'84;  Ill.l, 

'11  ;  No».24,'I8 
LaGARDE,     LOUIS     ANATOLE.     JR.,    b'85; 

D.C.I, '12;  NoT.24,'I8 
HARDING.  READ    BENEDICT,  b'91  ;  N.Y.S, 

'15;  Nov. 24, '18 
TRASK,    LEO    STEWART,    b'85;    Md.7,'18 ; 

Not. 24, '18 
MOORE,    EDWARD    LANE,    b'86;    Pa.2,'ll  ; 

Nov. 24, '18 
CANTER.      NOLAND     MACKENZIE.     b90 ; 

Md.7.'i:t  :  Not. 21.  18 
GREEN,  PHILIP  PALMER.  1p'«1  ;  Mo  34,'14  ; 

Nov.24,'18 
.lOHNSTON,      MEREDITH      RUTHERFORD 

b'91  ;    .Mo  2. '13:    Not. 24, '18 
SMITH,    ANDREW    WM.,    b'88;    Mlph.S,'!? ; 

Nov  24,'I8 
DUCKWORTH,      JAMES      WESLEY,      b'90 ; 

Ind.20,'12;  Nov.24,'18 
BAI,LANTYNE.       LOWVD       WHITCOMBE. 

b'87;  N.Y.15,'13;   Nov.24,'18 
CARDEN,  JOHN  JOS.,  JR.,  b'»0:  Md.7,'16; 

NoT.24.18 


MEDICAL    OFFICERS    OF    GOVERNMENT     SERVICE 


BBOWN,  HAROLD  (KiDKN,  b'9S ;  G>.5,'16  : 

NoT.24,'18 
STANLEY.  JOHN  MABION.  b'8S ;  Ky.4,'M : 

Xov.24,'18 
STRATTON,     ERNK8T     KKNNKTH.     b'89 ; 

1>.C.1.'16;  Nov. 24, '18 
SIMI-80N,   ROBT.    KEITH,    b'»l  :   Tex.I.'H; 

N. IV. 24/18 
STREIT,    PAUL    HBNRV.    b'91  ;    Tex.l.'16 ; 

Xov.J4,'18 
WEAVER,      LEONARD      WEBSTER,      b'86 : 

Ill.22,'12;  N0T.24,'18 
QI'INNELL.      EARLE      DOUGLASS.      b'8« : 

Minn  4, '13:  NOT.24.'18 
.MOOSE.  KRANK  M..  b'86;  Md.3.'14  ;  NoT.24, 

'18 
UAINES,  ARTHUR    RAYMOND,   b'»2 ;  Pa.l, 

'16;  Nor.24.'18 
MROWNE.     LEWIS     EDWLV     JOEL.     b'90 : 

lll.U.'ie  ;  Noy.:;i,'lN 
BRENN.  CHAS.   EARL,  b'94  ;  P«.2.'16  ;  Nov. 

24."18 
BLES8E,  FREDK.  A.,  b'88 ;  I]L4.'1S:  NoT.t4, 

'18 
FRASER.    HENRY  EARL,    b'88:   Tenn.5.'15; 

NoT.24,'18 
MEBANE,     DOT'OLAS     HAMILTON,     b'87  ; 

Tei.2,'16;  Nov. 24. '18 
ORBISON,      JAMES      ARCHIBALD.      b'8T ; 

111. 11, '13;  Nov. 24. '18 
KIMBROUGH.      JAMES      CLAUDE.      b'87: 

Tenn.5,'16;  Nov. 24. '18 
MOORE.  JOHN  JAY.  b'8S  ;  O.40.'lS;  Not. 24,    , 

'18 
ROCERS.    HAROLD    DANA,    b'89 ;    Pi.2.'16  ; 

Not.  24,'18 
GOLDINO,  HAROLD  HOHTON,  b'87 ;  N.Y.M, 

'U;  Not. 24. '18 
SIMA,    CHA.S.    EDWARD.     b'90 :     Md.1,'15: 

Not. 24. '18 
STARNES,     WM.     LOVE.     b'S'  ;     Tez.2,'14 ; 

NoT.24,'18 
DAWSON,  ALLAN  WILSON,  b'89;  Pa.2,'16 ; 

.\OT.24,'18 
ROBERTS.  EDWIN  HOWERTON,  b'tO  ;  Mo.2, 

'la:  Nov.24.'l8 
VADALA,  ANTHONY   JOSEPH,   b'92 ;   Pa.l. 

'16;  NoT.24.18 
NVLEN,   ARTHUR    HOWARD,    b'90;    N.Y.8, 

'13  ;  N0T.24.'18 
BOYLK,  WM.  ARCHDALL,  b'87;  Cal.lI.'IS; 

NoT.24,'18 
KYLE,    PAUL   MAXWELL    X..    b'91 ;    Md.l. 

'16;  NoT.24.'18 
McCAW.    WM.    WALKER,    b'90;    Pa.l2.'16: 

NoT.24,'18 
RIDOLPH,  MYRON  PARKHILL,  b'89  ;  Pa.9, 

1.5;  N0T.24,'18 
MADIGAN,  JOS.  P.,  b'91  ;  D.C.2,'1«;  NoT.24. 

■18 
MADIGAN.    PATRICK    S  .    b'87  ;    D.C.2,'12  ; 

NoT.24,'18 
POLLOCK,   WM.   CRAMER,   b"90 ;   Mo.S.'lt ; 

NoT.24,'18 
GRAHAM,  OTTIS  LEE.  b'87 ;  Ill.6,'14  ;  Not. 

24,18 
ST.  PETER,  MONTRAVILLE  ALFRED,  b'88  ; 

Pa.l2,'10  ;  NoT.24.'18 
WEAVER,     MAURICE    STEVEXSOX.     b'88; 

l'a.ll,'I6;  Nov. 24. 18 
BEARD8LEY,  WAYNE  ROSCOE.  b'84  ;  Pa.2. 

10;  Nov.24,'18 
riRTI,    RALPH    ELMER,    b'91  ;    Neb.5,'l« ; 

NoT.24,'18 
TONOLLA,    E.    HOWARD,    b'93 :     Md.1,'15; 

NoT.24,'18 
SMITH,  WM.  ALEXANDER,  b'88;  Pa.l,'16  ; 

NoT.24,'18 
PINGER,     FRANK     WM.,     b'91  ;     Cal.2,'16 ; 

NoT.24,'18 
HILLDRUP,  DON  GUERNSEY,  b'8;  ;  Ind.20, 

•15;  NoT.24.'18 
MURPHY.       EDWARD       SPENCER.       b'91; 

Nob.6.16:  XoT.24,'lsi 
SPARKEXBERGER,       FREDK.        HESSLER, 

b'72;  Tcnn.11,'97  ;  June  4,'20 
NEWTON,  RALPH  WALDO;  N.Y.5,'98 ;  June 

4.'20 
XEWLO'YE,  GEO.,  b'73  ;  Pa.n.'98  ;  June  4. '20 
STACEY,    ROYAL   KENDALL,    b'86;    Tex.6, 

'12  ;  June  4,'20 
ANDERSON,    JAMBS    BREXT.    b'92;    Va.4, 

"15  ;  June  4,'20 
VANDERBOGET,   CARLTON    LAKEY,  b'8S ; 

N.Y'.S.'IO  ;  June  4, '20 
FRIDGE,     BENJ.     FRANKLIN,     JR.,     b'91; 

Ala.2.'15;  June  4, '20 
PFEFFER,    CHAS.    AUGUST,    b'90;    Mo.34, 
12  :   lune  4, '20 


HOUKE,  RAE.  ELSWORTH,  b'tO ;  O.40.'13 : 

June  4, '20 
RICHARDS,  WALTER  LELAND,  b'88;  Md.l. 

'14;  June  4. '20 
GLENN.    <'HAS.    ROLAND,    b'91;    Pa.2,'14 ; 

June  4, '20 
TYNO,    FRANCIS    CARILIO.    b'83 :   0.6,'15 ; 

June  4,'20 
CULPKPPKB,     WM.     S.     b'87;     Ala.4.'ll : 

June  4. '20 
HUDDLE8T0N.  JARRETT  MATTHEW,  b'93  ; 

DC  1.16;  June  4. '20 
BOWEN.  ALBERT,  b'83  ;  Pa.l.'U  :  June  4.'20 
THORNE.  FRED  HAMILTON,  b'85 ;  Mau.6. 

'11  ;  June  14,'20 
HUDNALL.    JAMES    ROY.    b'88;    Ala.4.'13 ; 

June  16,'20 
SOGERS.    JOHN    ANDREWS,  b'89;   liaaa.7, 

'14  ;  June  18.'20 
DUCAT.   REGINALD,  b'84;  N.Y.8,'12;  Jnnc 

18. '20 
MILEAU,     ALEX,     JR.,     b'90;     Maas.7,'16 ; 

June  18, '20 
DENIT.  GUY    BLAIR,   b'91  ;    V«  4,'14  ;   June 

18.'20 
LANARAN.    CHAS.    RICE.    b'8» ;    Kjr.2,'lS 

June  19.'20 
LAVANTURK.     LEWIS     ADOLPHUS.     b'82 

III.19.'06;  Julv  l.'2n 
WILUS.  JOHN  MITCHELL,  b'86;  D.C.l/W 

July  1.'20 
rETTEROLF.  DANL.  WEBSTER.  b'6S ;  Pal 

•93;  July  1,'20 
McDANIEL,     ADOLPHl'S     ALFRED,     b'87 

Tei.2.'13  ;  July  1,'20 
BLACKWELL.  JAMES  HUBERT;  Ala. 4,06 

July  1,'20 
HI'XTER.    FLOYD    WM..    b'85:    Maai.6,'15 

July  1.'20 
JOHNSON.   JtruUS    ADAMS.   b'8» ;   Tenn.5 

'16;  July  1,'20 
HUTTON.  DANL.  COGDELL,  b'94;  Md.l,'16 

July  1,'20 
THOMAS,  ROBT.  E.,  b'87;  Md  4.'13  ;  July  1 

'20 
HA8SBTT,      LEONARD      WATSON,      b'86 

Maaa.7.'10;  July  l.'2fl 
GRAHAM.  STEPHEN  HARRY,  b'82;  Okla.l 

'15;  July  1.'20 
OSWALT,     JOHN      ROY,     b'87  :      Ala.2,'09 

July  1.'20 
CAMPBELL.    JOS     EDWARD,    b'92;    D.C.2 

■15  ;  July  1,'20 
SWARD.     ERIC     MARTIN     PAULUS,     b'84 

Neb.5,'ll;  July  1.'20 
BOWMAN,    PAUL    NEWKIRK,    b'86;    Pa.l 

■13;  July  1,'20 
SHAFFER,    EDWIN    FORREST.    JR..    b'86 

O.40.'09:    July  1.'20 
FARLOW.  MERTON,  ALMOND,  b'82;  lDd.20, 

'08  ;  Julv  1.'20 
WHITE,     LYLE     CHAS  .     b'81  ;     D.C.1,'10 

July  1.'20 
HARL.  VIRGIL  ANDERSON,  b'90;  Ky.2,'ll 

July  1,'20 
MILNE.    LOUIS    ARCHIE,    b'79 ;    Mo.8.'04 

July  1.'20 
RICE.    FREDK.    TALMAGE.    b'80 ;    111.4, ■OT 

July  1,'20 
TAYLOR,    HERBERT    WELLINGTON,    b'86 

Vt.2.'ll  ;  July  1.'20 
BROOKS.  HENRY:  Ga.1,'97  ;  Julv  1. '20 
HEARN,    HARRY    ELTON,    b'84;    I1I.8,'1S 

July  1,'20 
CHRIS'HAN.  OTTO,  b'80  ;  Mo.34.'04  ;  July  1 

■20 
McCONNELL.      SETH     ANDERSON,     b'86 

Tei.2.'16  ;  July  1.'20 
HIBBARD,    BURT,   b'77  ;   N.Y.6.'00  ;    July  1 

•20 
TEBBITT.       ROBT.       LAUNCELOT.       b78 

Mlnn.4,'04  ;  Julv  1,20 
KEELY,    HENRY    EDGAR,    b'82;    Pa. 2/08 

Julv  1.'20 
SIMMONS.       RALPH       HA\"\VARD.       b'89 

Mas,s.7/13;  July  1.'20 
O'DONNELL.    EARL    WM.,   b'92;    Cal.9,'15 

July  1,'20 
NEWMAN,   RICHARD   JAMES,    b'75 ;   Cal.l 

'02;  July  1.20 
WICKERT,     HOWARD     TILGHMAN,      b'88 

Pa. 2/14:  Julv  1,'20 
SAWY"ER.  HAROLD  PAYNE,  b'80;  Md.7,'06 

.lulv  1.'20 
SCHIRCH,     GEO.     JOS.,     b'86;     D.C.2/1S 

July  1.'20 
TURNER,  REEVE  H..  b'74  ;  N.Y.9,'99 ;  July 

1,'20 
BROWN.  AUBREY  KENNA.   b'80;   ni.8,'12 ; 

Julv  1.'20 


75 


HICK80N,    FBED    EARL,    b'83;    Ind.20/e9 ; 

July  1/20 
MXTZ,   CHAS.    WALTER,    b'90;  T«1D.5/12; 

July  1,'20 
ACKER  MAN.     STEPHEN     HULBERT,     JR., 

b'85;  X.Y.l.'ll  ;  Julv  1,'20 
nSHER.  HARRISON  HORTON,  b'84  ;  Pa. 12, 

■08;  July  1.'20 
SHELTON.    JOS.    RICHARD,    b'90;    Tenn.5, 

'13;  July  1.'20 
GIST,    EMORY    HOWARD,   b'85 ;    .Mo.28,'ll  j 

July  1.'20 
SHAFFER,     CARL     WM.,     b'87;     Va.1/15 ; 

July  1.'20 
KICK.    LUTHER   HOLDEN,    b'8$ ;    Pa.2,'M : 

July  1.'20 
WEAVER,   LOGAN   MITCHELL,   b'83;  Ky.2, 

'10:  July  1.'20 
WEST,     GEO.      BROOKS,     b'90;     Va.4/16 ; 

July  1/20 
DOW,  WM.  SCOTT,  b'80  ;  Ind.20,'09  ;  July  1, 

'20 
CAMPBELL.  DANL.  CURRIE,  b'86  ;  Teoil.6. 

'12;  July  1.'20 
(iANTT.  HARRY  BALDWIN,  JR..  b'87  ;  Md.l. 

'09:  July  1.'20 
FAUST.    DANL.    BA8C0M,    b'90;    Ala.2,'13 ; 

July  1,'20 
BURDELL,     WM      JOHN,     b'76 ;    V».l,'96 ; 

July  1,^20 
MAHON,     HUGH     WM.,     b'92:     N.Y.1,'16 : 

July  1/20 
REAGAN,    THOMAS   HAROLD,   b'90;  mil. 

•12:  July  1,'20 
I'ENTZ,    MARVIN    CHESTER,    b'82;    Mo.7, 

'05  :  July  1,'20 
NETTLES,  OBCAB  WINBORNE,  b'8« ;  8.C.1, 

'08  ;  July  1/20 
WILLLAM8,  DANL.   BENJ..  b'80;  Ga.l2,'07  ; 

July  1,'20 
.MEAGHER,  JOHN  IGNATIUS,  b'89  ;  N.Y.43, 

•13;  July  1,'20 
ELMORE.   SHIRLEY  QUINCY,  b'81 ;  Neb.6, 

'07  :  July  1,'20 
KINBERGER.  ALBERT  GLENN,  b'83  ;  Ky.2, 

'08;  July  1.'20 
.\NNIS,  REGINALD  FRANCIS,  b'78 ;  Tenn.l, 

'09;  July  1.'20 
MEDDI8,   VICTOR   NEWCOMB,   b'79;   Ky.5, 

'02;  July  1, '20 
C^PPS.   PAUL   GILBERT,  b'84;   Mo.I8,'08 ; 

July  1.'20 
MILLER.     HUBERT     LIVINGSTONE,     b'82; 

Pa.l, '05;  July  1.'20 
SOPER,    LEROY    DILMOKE,   b'92;   Vt.2/15 ; 

July  1,'20 
ODOM,  CLEVE  CARRUJGTON,  b'87;  Tenn.S, 

■16;  July  1,'20 
MAR'HN,  LOnE  GOODMAN.  b"92  ;  Ga.5/15  ; 

July  1.'20 
HORTON.  ROBT    WYNNE,  b'78;  Tex.2,'99 ; 

July  1,'20 
MOFFATT.  FRANCIS   JAMES,  b'79;  Mo.20, 

'04  ;  July  1,'20 
BULLOCK,    CHAS.    BOSS,    b'83:   Ga.lI/07 ; 

July  1.'20 
HESNER.     GEO.     EARL,     b'84;     ni.22,'ll ; 

July  1,'20 
MATSON.    JOHN    ARCHIE,    b'80;    la.3,'05 ; 

July  1/20 
.STROME,   FRANK    PAUL,    b'87;    Pa.ll,'15 : 

July  1,'20 
STRICKLER,  EDWARD  JONES,  b'85;  Ky.2, 

'07;  July  1,'20 
MEDDAUGH,       JOHN       LEONARD,      b'76: 

Mich. 7, '07  ;  July  1,'20 
BEESON.    JOHN    PIERCE,    b'83:    Mo.2,'05 : 

July  1/20 
MASON,  KIRK  PATRICK,  b'78;   Kan.3,'07 ; 

July  1.'20 
HARKER,  GLENN  LUTHER,  b'84  ;  Ga.9/13  ; 

July  1.20 
HAMRICK.      MARTIN      PASSMORE.     b'85; 

Pa. 1/11;  July  1,'20 
GIBSON,  IRA  JAMBS,  b'84;  ni.22,'09;  July 

1/20 
MASHBURN,     XEELY     CORNELIUS,     b'86: 

Tenn.5,'14;  Julv  1.  20 
POWERS,  JOHN  BREWER,  JR.,  b'81 ;  N.Y.I, 

■07  ;  July  1/20 
SPRUIT,   CHAS.   BOOTH,   b'86;    Mass.l/lS ; 

July  1.'20 
FLETCHER.    LINDSAY    Z.,    b'90:    I11.6,'16 ; 

July  1,'20 
GIBSON,    JOHN    SHAKELFORD,    JR.,    b'87; 

Va.6/I3  :  July  1,'20 
WOODWORTH,  JOHN  DAWSON  ROSWELL, 

b'75  ;  Mass. 7/01 ;  July  1,'20 
WRIGHT.   LUCIUS  FEATHERSTOXE,  b'85; 

Ga.11,'10;  July  1.'20 


AMERICAN    MEDICAL    DIRECTORY 


MOULTON.  PERCY  DAXL..  b'Sd  ;  Pa.2,'0T; 

July  1,'20 
COSTENBADER.       CLINTON       FRANKLIN. 

b'S;;  Vn.l.'lO;  July  1,'20 
COLE,   HENRY    S.,    b'T9  ;   111.10/02 ;   July  1, 

'20 
STONE.    FRED   OSCAR,    b'ST  ;    Tenn.10,'16 ; 

July  1.'20 
PRICE.   HERBERT  HALL,   b'87  ;    Mo.l0.'14  ; 

July  1,'20 
DEVERS,  WM.  ELIJAH  MOORE,  b'85  ;  111.11, 

■14  :  July  1,'20 
WHITE,    WM.     MONROE,    b"78 ;    Ga.ll.'OS; 

July  1,'20 
CARBALLEIRA     CANELLAS.     JOSE.     b'81 ; 

N.Y.15,'05;  July  1.'20 
BROWN,    SAML.    ELKAN.    b'82;    Va.l,"03; 

July  1.'20 
ATWOOD,  GEO.  ELLIOTT,  JR.,  b"i7  ;  Ga.l, 

■00:  July  1,'20 
DUFFY,  RALPH,  b'TT  :  Md.T.'OJ;  July  1,'20 
DYE,  JOHN  CALVIN,  bS4  ;  N.C.l.'o.'j ;  July 

1.'20 
STEENBERG,    HUBERT     SPENCER.     b'"6 ; 

Wls.3.'02:   July  1.'20 
CHANEY.   THOS.    MORRIS,   b'83 ;   Md,l,'06  ; 

July  1,^20 
JOHNSTON,  CLYDE  CLIFFORD.  b^S.l ;  Md.4. 

■09;  July  1,'20 
BUCKNER.     CHAS.     TEACKLE     CARTER, 

b'TT  ;  Md.l."99;  .luly  1.^20 
HARRISON,  ERNEST  FARRIS.  h'JfT  ;  Mo.S4. 

'12;  .(uly  1,'20 
TREICHLER,       ALBERT       .irLUS.       bT6 ; 

Its. IT. '02;  July  1.'20 

Mckenzie.  Patrick  jos..  b'si :  vt.2.'o.i : 

July  1.^20 
ROGERS.    GASTON    WILDER,    b'84 ;    Ala.4, 

■11  ;  July  1.'20  . 

MUELLER.   WM.    DANL..  h7«i  J|>ch.I.'»»; 

July  l,'2n 
CLARK,  HARRY  AINSWORTH.  b'SS ;  Mass.T. 

■10;  July  1.^20 
MILLER.    THOS.    HORACE.    b'SS;    Ill.l,'93 ; 

.luly  I.'20 
GANS.  CHAS.  CORE.  b'T8  ;  Pa.lJ.'O.^;  July  1. 

■20 
NKWGORD.    JULIUS     GIRARD.    JR..    b':9 ; 

Minn. 4. "03;  July  1,'20 
LITTLE,    OTIS    WILLIAMSON.    b'TO ;    Ky.2. 

"11  ;  Julv  1.^20 
LOVING.  ROYAL  SHEPHERD,   b'TT;  Tcx.3. 

■01,  III. 6.^02  ;  July  1,'20 
MORRIS,   ERNEST    .MARIETT.   b^8T ;   Que.l. 

■11;  July  1.'20 
GROW.  MALCOLM  CUMMINGS.  b'87;  Pa.2, 

■09;  July  1.'20 
IIABERER.  CHAS.  HENRY.  b'M ;  Kt.2.'93; 

July  1,^20 
HALL,     JAMES     CUSTIX,     b'iti     0«.S/tS; 

July  I, '20 
HAYES.  HAROLD  W.  S..  b';4 ;  Tenn.U.'M; 

July  1,'20 
VAN    HOOK,   HENRY    M.,   b'79 ;   Mo.34/02 ; 

July  1.'20 
SHELLHORN,       BARTLETT       LOCKWOOD, 

b'T.'i;  Mo.2».'9.-),   lll.l.'OO;  July  1,'20 
WILLIAMS,    SILAS    WALTER.    U"79 ;    Mo.7. 

'07  ;  July  1.'20 
STILES.    FRANK     NOBLE.    WM;    la.S.'tS ; 

July  1.^20 
BRETZ.     ROSS     BRADLEY.    b"83;    O.6/0« ; 

July  I. '20 
BLACKSHEAR.    EVERARD,   b'78 ;    Ca.l/M ; 

July  1.'20 
HERRICK.      JOHN      RUTHERFORD,      b'78; 

N.Y.20,'05:  July  1.'20 
HARVEY.      CLARENCE      CLINTON,      b'84; 

Kan. 2. '08;  July  I, '20 
PINNEY.    OLIVER    HENRY.    bT8 ;    O.l,'03; 

July  l."20 
(  LOWARD.  RALPH  ELIJAH,  b'8:i ;  Md.8,'13 ; 

July  1.'20 
BUTLER.    ROBT.    .MORRIS,   b'73  :    Ky.5,'»4  ; 

July  I. '20 
CLINAKD.  SHORES  ERA.STUS.  b'80 ;  Ga.l2. 

■OS;  .luly  1.'20 
MURPHY.   ROBT.   CORNELIUS.   b~» ;  111.8, 

■12;  July  1.^20 
OATMAN.     CLYDE     D.,     b'82;     X.Y.15,'0« ; 

JnU-  l.'2n 
HI!.  IK.S  RU-S-SELL,  b'73;  Pa.», 

i..\  .         iPK    VEHNON,   b^3.j;  Md.3, 

'U  ;  July  i/lil 
HENRY.  RALPH  EMERSON,  b'86 :  0.12,'lt', 

July  1.'20 
PRICK.    CARROLL   PORTEOl'8.    b'8« ;   O.l, 

'03:  July  1.'20 


JOHANNES.    HENRY  C. ;    I11.23,'05  ;   July  1. 

■20 
PERRY.    EARL    HUNTER,   b^78 :    Pa.ll,'03 ; 

July  1.^20 
STANTON.    DONALD    ION.   b'90 ;    ni.22.'17 ; 

July  1.'20 
CALLARD.  CHAS.  BERESFORD,  b^82  ;  Ont.6. 

■03;  July  ^■20 
BRUMMETT.  JAMES  SUTTON,  b'82;  Ky.2. 

■09 ;  July  1.^20 
MIX.    PERNIER    ALBERT,    b^77  ;    Cal.2,'04 ; 

July  1, '20 
CALLAHAN,    HEXKY    ALPHONSUS,    b^7» ; 

Mas3.1.'n6;  July  1.'20 
WHITELEY,    JOS.     HALL,    b'81  ;    111. 11, '07; 

.luly  1.'20 
HANSEN.    OSCAR    AMADEUS,    b^77  ;    III. 8. 

'06.  Ill.ll.'07  ;  July  1.'20 
ASHCRAFT.  JAMES  HARVEY.  b'T6  ;  Ala.2. 

'05  ;  July  1.'20 
BECK.   CLY'DE  McKAY.   b'86;   Tenn.l5,'««; 

Julv  1. '20 
KENWORTHY.    W.M.    BARTLE,   b'7S ;   P«.l, 

'9.'. ;  July  l.'iO 
NEWCOMB.   CVRENHS   ADELBERT.   b'86: 

N.Y.9.'10;  Julv  1.'20 
PILSBURV.      LAWRENCE       BELL.       b*74 ; 

Colo.3.'99.  N.Y.19,'03:  July  1.'20 
PORTER.     WM.     CLARE.     b'Sr. ;     N.Y.S.'OT ; 

July  1.'20 
MYERS,  DAVID  A.,  b'73;  Quel, '98;  July  1, 

'20 
OWEN.     .lAMES     BLISS,     b'86;     Ky.2,'10  • 

Julv  1.'20 
VENN.    FRANK    CADY,    b'»0 ;    Tenn.e.'l' ; 

Julv  I. '20 
DUNNING.    MILO    BENJ.,    b'74 ;    lnd.8.".  ,> ; 

July  I.'20 
CRAIG.    JOS.     SHERMAN,    b'82;    Md.3.'12 ; 

lulv  1.'20 
BIDWELL,  ALFRED  .MOHRELL.  b'88  ;  N.Y.I, 

•!.■. ;  July  1.'20 
FAVOUR.   RICHMOND.  JR..  b'78;  Md.I,'04 ; 

July  l.'iO 
GRIGGS,  GUY  DAVID.  b"8.5 ;  Ky.2.'10  ;  July 

l.^IO 
KIRKWOOD.      ROBT.      CARNAHAN,     b*86 ; 

P«.2.^08;  July  I. '20 
SULLIVAN.  DENNIS  WM  .  b'82;  Mo.2J.'lI ; 

July  l.'2fl 
(  HANDALL.     WALTER      MIDKIFF.      b"84 : 

.Mass.T. '10  :  Julv  1.'20 
CHAMOND.  JAMES  EDWARD.  b'T8  ;  Mlnn.S. 

■I)-.',:  July  1.-20 
(.ILHUS.    ADOLPH    THOS..    b'T9 :    111.18. '02, 

III. II. '03;  July  1.'20 
THORPE,  SAML.  L.,  b'Tl;  III.8.'93 ;  July  1. 

'20 
WALL.  HARRY,  b'80  ;  Va.l.'04  ;  July  1, '20 
WEISS.    JOHN     MICHAEL,    b'79;     Ill.l.'OS; 

July  1,'20 
KDMAINE.    FRANK    WM.,    b*78 ;    D.C.2.'05 ; 

July  1.'20 
MOENNIGIIOFF.    FRITZ    JOS.,    b'81  ;    Mo.8. 

•0.-)  ;   Julv  1,'20 

RHINE.  ARTHUR  CALVIN,  b'74;  111.11,12; 

July  1.'20 
SMITH.  RICHARD   PB!0»,  bT5;  P«J3.'12; 

July  1.'20 
BELL.    CHAS.     ARTHUR,    b'76 ;     Cal.1,'00 ; 

July  1.'20 
EASTON,       EDWARD       RAYMOND.       b'92; 

N.Y.I. '15:  July  9. '20 
T0U8EY.    THO.MAS    GRANT,   b'85;    N.Y.20. 

'1)6  ;  July  14."20 
YOUNG.  FRANK  WALKER.  b89  ;  Ala. 2.  12  ; 

July  18. '20 
WEATHERBY.     FRANCIS     ELWOOD.    b'»U ; 

l'a.2.'l.i:  July  IT. •20 
ODOM.  STANLEY  (ilBSON.  b'88;  Ala.4. '13: 

July  20. -20 
THOMAS.  ALFRED  ROBT..  JR..  b'88;  Pa  1. 

■12;  July  23. '20 
BROWN,  ROY  FARRINGTON.  b'89  ;  Mass.7. 

15:   July  2.''). '20 
KNAUER.   JOHN    GLENWOOD.    b'113;    Pa.9, 

■15;  Aug.8.'20 
WILCOX.  CLARK  ANSON,   b»0  ;  N.Y.9.16 ; 

Auii.8.'20 
STAM.MEL,  CHAS.  AUGUST,  b'g6 :  O.41.'10; 

AUK.9.'20 
McLELLAND.  W.M.  DAVIES,  b'SS;  P8.2.'13; 

Aui;  !».'20 
DHEIBELBIES.    Wll.MER    CLAYTON,    b'88; 

Vt.2.'10;  Au(.10.'20 
MUELLER.    CLIVK    PAUL,    b'87:    III.6.16: 

Auii.l3.'20 
HARDEMAN,      SAML..      b'8»;      Tcnn.S.'Il 

Auk  14. '20 


DAVIE.  NUCKOLS  THORNTON,  b'87;  La.l, 

■09:  Aug.l5,'20 
McCORMACK,     WM.     ELI.     b'87;     Ky.2.'II ; 

AUE.15.'20 
LLOYD.    REES    STEPHEN,   b'92:   Pa. 11. 16; 

Aug.l6.'2fl 
FIELD.    LOUIS   MARTIN,   b'84  :  Mlnn.4,'14 ; 

AUK.26.'20 
REINARTZ,     EUGENE    IVAN     GOTTFRIED. 

b'SH;   I'a.U.'Ui;   AuK.27.'20 
SCOTT.    VERNER    TRENARY,    b'88;    0.41, 

'13:  AuK:!7.2n 
STRONG.    EDWIN    BAY.MOND.    b'90 ;    II1.4. 

'13:   Aui;.2T,-20 
HAY'ES.  HENRY  JACKSON,  b'89;  Va.4.'14  ; 

Aug. 31. '20 
MIEHE.      W.M.      JOHN.      b'91:      Mo.I0.'16 ; 

Sept. 3, '20 
BERRY,    MORGAN   CLINT,   b'»0 :   Ark.l,'l6: 

.Sept. 3, '20 
BRACKNEV,    EDWIN   I.ELAND.   b'88;    111.4, 

'15;  Sept.:i.'20 
HOLT.    RUFUS    LEBOY.    b'90:    Tenu.j.'ll : 

Sept.8.'20 
FROITZHEIM.     WM.     J.,     b'86;      Md.3.'10 ; 

Sept. 10. '20 
PRATT.     FABIAN     LKK,    b'88;    Teiui.S,'U ; 

Sept. 10. '20 
HOUSTON.    WM.    HU.MES.    b'7.'; :    Md.l.'OO : 

Sept. 10. '20 
PUTNAM.    LINCOLN    FRANK,    b'92;   Tex.2. 

■i:>:  Sept. 10, 'iO 
STEWART.  THO.MAS  HILL,  JR.,  b'92;  Ga..>, 

14:  Sept. U, '20 
BROWN.     ELI      EDWIN.     b'91 ;     Tex.4,'15 ; 

Sept. 11. '20 
JENKINS.    WILBUR    GIBSON,    b'93 ;    Ga.l. 

'15:  Sept.  11. '20 
ARNEST.    RICHARD    TURBERVILLE.    b'92; 

Md.l.'16;  Sept. 13.  20 
DOUST.    HORACE    TYNER.    b'DO ;    I11.6.'15 : 

Sept  14. ■26 
HEELER.       MAXWELL       (iORDON.       b'92; 

N.Y.9.'I6;  Sept. IS. '20 
BARNWELL.    JOHN    DUBOSE.    b'90 ;    Va.l. 

'1(1 ;  Sept. 19, '20 
COOK.   EVERETT    I.E(  OMPTE.  b'88;   Md.l. 

'14:   .Sept. 20. '20 
CUDI.IPP.     RALPH     LESLIE,    fa's*  i    NX*. 

'15  :  Sept  27. '20 
FRANKLIN.    DANI...    b93  ;    Neh.6.'I4  :   Sept. 

29.'20 
CLAPP.   GORDON    AI)A.MS.  b'SU  :  Cal2.'ir); 

Sept. 29. '20 
CORNELL.    VIRGIL    HEATH.    b»0 ;    N.V.8. 

'13  :   Sept  30. '20 
O'BRIEN.     THEODORE     WALLACE,     b'91  . 

I'a.2.'13;   Oct. I. '20 
JIUNLY.     WM.      CHAS.,     b'»2 ;     Ore.2."16, 

Oct.  1.^20 
INMON.  EBNER  HOLMES,  b'87:  Tex.6.'09  ; 

Oct. 3. '20 
"WILSON.   ERNEST  LEROY.  b'SS:   Md.4. 11  . 

Ofl,4.'20 
EANES.   RICHARD   HENRY,  b'89;  Vb.4.'I1. 

Oct. 9. '20 
POSEY.      ORLANDO      JEFFERSON,      b'88; 

D.l'.2.'12  ;   Oct  9. '20 
GRECO.    ANTHONY    JOS.,    b'9« ;    N.Y.6.'17  ; 

Oct  9, '20 
BLAKELEY.      DALMAR      ROWLEY,      b'91; 

8.C.I.'12;   Oct.  10. '20 
PLATT.    ROBERT    JA.MES.    b'»l ;    La.l.'M  ; 

Oct.  13. '20 
CA.MI'IIELL.   WM.    HANSOM.   b'70  ;   0.2."97  ; 

Oct.13.^20 
MAXWELL.    CHAS.    LEVI,    b'»8  i    O.40,'l6 ; 

O(t.l«,'20 
WILLIAMS.   JAMES    NEAL.   b'8» ;  Vb.6.'12  : 

Ocl.l7.'20 
KEVTON,    JOHN    ARTHUR,    b'93;    Ln.l.'IO  ; 

Oct. 24. '20 
RAVI  HOFT^      HAROLD      VINCENT.  ■! 

NY  8. '13:   Oct. 29, '20 
Ct)X.    Wiy^LEV    CINTRA,    b'91;    N.Y.I. 'IS: 

Oct.30.'20 
JOHNSON.    LEVY    STEPHEN,    b'87:    Tex.2. 

'12  ;  Nov.2.'20 
CHANT.    BROOKS    COLLINS.    b'BO ;    111.22. 

■15:  Nov. 10.^20 
TENNEY,    ELMER    SETH,    b'7» ;    N.H.l.'e7 ; 

Nov.  13. '20 
LAYTON.   ROY  WILFRED.  b'SS  ;  Kan. 2. '13  ; 

Nov. 16. '20 
FOSTER,  WM.  BELL.  JR..  h94  ;  Tenn..5.'I6  ; 

Nov. 17. '20 
ST.  JOHN.  JOS.  HAROLD,  h'9I ;  Ti-nn.5,'15 ; 

Nor. 20. '20 
STEVES.  ERNEST  JACKSON,  b'SS;  Pn.ll, 
■12;  Nov. 22.  20 


/O 


MEDICAL    OFFICERS    OF    GOVERNMENT     SERVICE 


BRYANT.  JAMER  MALOXE.  JB.,  b'il ; 

(ia.R.'IS;  NoT.26.'20 
PATTERSON.  PAUL  MOVER,  b'89 ;  Mo.35, 

■12;  Xov.2;.'20 
DOVELL.  CHAVNCEY  ELMO,  h'90 ;  Md.l, 

'14  ;  Not. 29, '20 
rATTERSOX.  LUCIVS  KEXXEDY.  b'93 ; 

(Ja.S.'i:  :  Dec. 10, '20 
Ml  ELLER.   (HAS.   ROBT.,   JR.,   bSl; 

MIch.T.'lfi:  Dec. 11, '20 
DAVIS,    <HAS.    FLETCHER,    b'88 ;    Okla.l, 

•U:  Dec.12,20 
SMITH,   JOS.   WHEELER,   JR..  b'90;   N.Y.«, 

•13;   Dec. 12. '20 
JOXES,  ALFRED  EDWARD,  b'90 ;  ni.ll,'13; 

Dec. 18, '20 
rOLLIXS.    TATE    BENTON,    b-88 ;    Tenn.r.. 

■11  ;   Dec.l9.'20 
BEDINIJEH.    DAVID   WADE,    b'79  ;    0.9, '02  ; 

Hoc. 29, '20 
HEILMAX,     ADAM     GEO..     b86 ;     Pa.l.'n; 

.Ian.3.^21 
REDDK;.     fLARKNXE    MAXSFIELD.    b'92 : 

Mil.1.^17;   Jan. 12, '21 
REIBER.    MARTIX    ROBT.,  b'8S ;   D.CS.'M  : 

.Ian  l.'i.-21 
TURNER.    WM.    KENXETH.    b^88 ;    Mass.". 

■«9  ;  Jan.I5,'21 
WOLFE.    RAYMOND    CLYDE,   b'88:    Ind.20, 

■11;  Jan. 18, '21 
BOURBON,   ROLLA  PRESTON,  b'90;  Ill.ll, 

■16;  Jan. 19, '21 
KILGORE,   FLOYD  VERXE,  b'90;   K5:.2.'l«  ; 

Jan. 20. '21 
WOODLAND,     JOHN     C,     b'90:     Md.l, '15; 

Jan.20,-21 
KIRKHAM,       HAROLD       ARTHUR.       b'87 ; 

Mich. 7, '13:   Jan. 20, '21 
MARTENS,    W.M.    STANTON,    b'92;    X.Y.19, 

12;  Jan. 21.  21 
PERRY,    WALTER    LESLIE,    b'92;    Mass. 7, 

'IB:  Jan. 21. '21 
LIVBSAY,      HARVEY      ROBINSON,      b'9« : 

K.v.2,14;   Jan. 21. '21 
OSTRANDER.      FORREST      RALPH,      l.'.«iH  : 

Mlch.7,'l,'i;  Jan. 21.  21 
KING.     AUBIX     TILDEX.     b'76 ;     Va.l.'ll  ; 

Jan. 22. '21 
DART.    RAV.MOXD    OSBORXE,    b'90:    111. I. 

16:  Jan.23,'21 
LIEBERMAX.    JOHN    FRANK,    b'91 :    La.l, 

'13;    Jan. 23. '21 
DODSON,   BROOKE,  b'87  ;  Ky.2,'14  ;  Jan. 2.-.. 

'21 
McFARLAND,      FLETCHER      OLIN.      b'86 : 

111.1. '10;  Jan.27.'21 
BARTHOLOMEW.  DON  C.  b'88  ;  MIch.7.'l«  ; 

Jan.28.'21 
BENNETT.     WALTER     SCHNEIDER,    b'92 ; 

X.Y.S.'l.";;  Jan. 29. '21 
GALLAGHER,     JOS.     F.,     b'89;     que.l,'14 : 

Feb.8.'21 
JOHNSON,  HARRY  GARDNER,  b91  :  NY. 6, 

•15:  Feb. 27.  21 
WELCH.  JOHN   MURRAY,    b'92:   P«.ll,'16: 

.Mar.6,'21 
DuFRENNE.    MARTIX    FRED,    b'93;   Wls.6, 

'16;  Mar.l3,'21 
CARROLL.    WM.    JAMES,    b'93 :    X.Y.3,'16 : 

Mar.22,'21 
SOMERVILLE,  JOHX  WI130X.  b'81 ;  Va.l. 

'04  :  Mar.25,'21 
MANLOVE,  CHAS.  HENRY,  JR.,  b'87  ;  HI.22, 

'14;  Mar.30.'21 
SNIDER,  CLARENCE  ULM.  b'83  ;  Ore.l,'12  ; 

Apr.2,'21 
AVERY.    SAML.    DEMETICUS,    b'88;    IIl.l, 

'11  ;  Apr.9.^21 
REIXHARDT,    WM.     ROBT.    1J;WIS,     b^90  • 

Apr.9.'21 
WILLIAMSOX,     HOWARD      MOORE,     b'91  : 

Mo.2.'l."i :  Apr.l0.'21 
CLUNE.    FRAXCIS    JOS.,    b'91;    N.Y.9,'15 ; 

Apr.l0,'21 
COOK.     PHILIP     LEWIS,     b'90;     Pa.1,'16; 

Apr.15.21 
LINDOW,    GEO.    EDWARD   b'87;   Pa.ll.'H ; 

Apr.l6.'21 
SNELL,    CHAS.    FRE.MONT,    b'89;    Minn. 4. 

'13  :  Apr.18,21 
FIGUERAS,    JAIME    JULIAN,    b'89:    D.C.I, 

'16;  Apr.20,'21 
FLEMING.  WM.  DONALDSON,  b'92;  Colo.2, 

'17  ;  May  3.'21 
MURRELL.  RALPH   ELUS.  b'91 ;  Mo.7.'17  ; 

May  5.'21 
FONTAINE,      JAMES      MORRIS,      Va.l,'05: 

May  8,'21 
ESKE^V,   MILNBW    HUBBARD,   b'92:    Va  1, 

'17;  May  8,'21 


BISHOP,    HARRY    AL0V8IU6,    b'88:    Md.l, 

'12;  .May  9,'21 
CALI^AWAV.     WM.     OTIS.     I '87 ;     Ln.l.'U ; 

May  19. '21 
STANTON.    JOHN    EARL,    b'91;    IH.22,'13; 

May  24. '21 
MOORE,    LUTHER    RE.MI,    b'88;    III.11,'12; 

May  29,'21 
WATEROUS.   WILLARD  H.,  b'90;  ni.0,'16 ; 

Mav3n,'21 
MITCHELL,  CARL  RANDOLPH,  b'91;  lU.I. 

'15  :  June  3. '21 
HEALY.    MICHALE    GERARD,    b'89;    D.C.2. 

•16;  June  4,'21 
TOLSON,  WALTER  FRANCIS,   b'91  ;   D.C.2. 

'16;  June  9.'21 
BULLARD.     HUGH     JIAX.    t/fl  ;     Md.T.'17 ; 

June  11. '21 
KIXDERMAN,    HAROLD    WADE.    P«.2,'15; 

June  14, '21 
FISHER,    WM.    raOMAS.    b'72:    Ind.l8,'06 : 

June  27  .'21 
RE^'ER,  GEO.   WM.,  b'»4 :  Tenn.J.'lI ;  Jnly 

4, '21 
MALCOLM.  ROBT..  b'86;  N.Y.19.'10 ;  July  9, 

'21 
8EAB0LD.  PAt:L  SEIBERT.  b'89;  Pa.l.'lT  ; 

July  II. '21 
PETERS.   BYROX    JOHXSOX.   k^86 :    Ind.20. 

'16:  July  13.'21 
LAXGLEY.  CLAUD   CYKIL.    b'iU  ;   Ga.5,'15 ; 

July  13.'21 
DARXALL.  JOS.  ROGERS,  b'94  ;  .Mich. 1. '18  ; 

Julv  l.'i,'21 
ROSENBERG,    NATHAN,    b'94;    Ma«s.l.'17 ; 

July  17,'21 
MEISCH,    HENRY    WM.,    b'93:     Mo.34,'17 ; 

Julv  24,'21 
MCNEILL.  GEO.   PALMER.  JR  .   b'91;  Tln.l. 

•17;   July  27. '21 
LEWIS.   BENJ.   WM.,  b'92:    Mo.34.'17;  July 

28.'21 
HENDERSON.    CHAS.    WM.,    b'H3 ;    Tenn.5, 

17;  Aui;.2,'2l 
BIBB,    LEWIS    BRADLEY,    b'82  ;    Tex.2.'08  : 

Au(!.2.'21 
KIRKSEY,  OSCAR  THWE.\TT.  b'89;  Tex.2. 

•17  ;  Auit.3.'21 
DREW,    ARTHUR    WHEELER,    b'80 ;    111.6, 

'13:    Aug. 7, '21 
CRAWFORD,   WM.   SHELL,  b'91;   B.C.I, '14  ; 

AUK.3I.'21 
GUSTITES.    FRANK    Wit,    b'W}    P».l.'17; 

Alis.31,'21 
PROUT,      WM       SAML.,     b'89;     Kan.S.'lS ; 

Sept. 1, '21 
HAMILTON,      WALTER      FLEMING,     b'82; 

Ala. 4. '07;    Sept.3.^21 
PRATT,  ELGEN  CLAYTON,  b'84  ;  Wl».3,'08  ; 

Sept.4,'21 
CHA.MBERLIN,   FRANK   TENNY,  JR.,  b'92 ; 

111.43,'18;  .Sept.fi, '21 
MELTON,  HARRY  RIPLEY,  b'82  ;  Ky.3,'05  ; 

Sept. 8, '21 
DULLER,   JAMES    MARTIN,   b'90;  Pa.l.'li  ; 

Sept.9.'21 
HUTTER.   HOWARD   JOS.,   b'94;   Pa.ll.'16; 

Sept.21,'21 
HART,     CHAS.     VINCENT,    b'7- ;    Pa. 2, '03 : 

Sept. 22. '21 
CALMES,   HAMILTON   POPE,  b'90;  Tenn.6. 

•16;    Oct. 1, '21 
ROBESON,     DAVID    LORAN,    b'86:    Mo.43, 

'18;  Oct.S,'21 
McCARLEY.     THOMAS     RANDOLPH,    b'93; 

La.l. '17:  Oct.l2.'21 
HAVERSTOCK.      ARTHUR      DAVID,      b'84; 

Minn. 5. '09;    Oct.21.21 
.MORDECAI,  ALFRED,   b'89;   Md.l. '14  ;   Oct. 

23. '21 
DINGLE,    WM.    PRESLEY,    b'84;    I1I.17,'08 ; 

Oct.23.'21 
BROOKE,  JAMES  FRANK,  b'80:  Mo.35,'03  : 

Oct.23,'21 
BERINGER,     LESTER     EASTWOOD,     b'91 ; 

Wls.6,'15:  Oct. 24, '21 
MOORE,  LELAND  OUVER  WALTER,  bB9  ; 

Cal.1.12;   Oct.25,'21 
GILL.   WM.    DAVIS,    b'95 ;    Tenn.5,'17 ;    Oct. 

28. '21 
STEWART.  DAVID  LLOYD,  b'83:  111.22. '09  ; 

Oct. 30, '21 
McDERMOTT,   BERNARD   ANTHONY,    li  .'-4  ; 

Pa.l,'08;  >fov.l,-21 
TAMRAZ,    JOHN    MOORHAJ,    b'89;    N.Y.I, 

'17  ;   Nov.2,'21 
MERRIAM,   WM.    HARVEY;   Pa.1,^02 ;   Nov. 

7,'21 
MENDELSON,    JOS.    AARON,    b'91;    Pa. 13, 
13:  Nov.l5,'21 


SMOCK.    IRWIN    BRADFIELD,   b'8»;    Pa.I, 

'12:  Sej't.27.21 
CAS8ERLY.  EDWARD  ATHELSTANE,  b'*S  : 

111.22. '17:   Sept. 2.'., '22 
HOWARD.    FOSTER    CANNON,    b'88;    Ud,9. 

'12:  Jan  17,  22 
SHOOK,  CHAS.   FRANCIS,  b'94;  Neb.«,'16; 

Jan.l7.'22 
BLACK8H0RE.    WILBUR    MANSOS,    b'»I ; 

Tenn.8.'13  ;    Feb.25.'22 
MARTIX.  JOS.   1..  b'94;  in.42.'18 ;  Oct. 8, '21 
PEAK,  IRA  FRED,  b'94  ;  Tenn.8,'20 ;  Mar.l2, 

•22 
8TARKBS,   CARLTON   CUaLEY,  b'88;  0.6, 

■14:  Feb.28.'22 
BLESSE.  HENRY  STEVEN,  b'90:  HI. 22. '16; 

May  25, '22 
GARCIA     DE     QUEVEDO,    ALBERT,     b'93 ; 

Md.l, '15;  May  27 ,'22 
COOPER,   GEO.   FRANCIS,  b'94:   Mo.l0,'17 ; 

Aur.l2.'22 
REEVES,  SAML.  WINCHESTER,  b'80 ;  Pa. 9, 

'09  ;   June  19,'22 
SANDROCK,    GEO.    PAUL,    b'89;    III.22,'16; 

Aug. 27, 22 
WKLDON,      THOMAS      FRANKLIN,      b'91; 

N.Y.S,'14:  July  11,'22 
THOMPSON,   WM.    LEROY,    b'ftl ;  Pa.l.'lT ; 

July  6,'22 

First  Lieutenants 

ROYALS,    WALTER    CLIFTON,    b'88;    La.l, 
'17;  Julv  1,'2« 

Mcdowell,  .iames  bhea    m:   i-a.ii, 

'05  ;  .Itily  1.'20 
-  i        '     "V.  BEN  TILLMAN,  b  1'2  ;  (;a.5,'17  ; 

BARTON       WILLARD.      b'72; 
Mu.i?.  i'4  :  Julyl.'20 
HOBBS.  ARTHUR  AIJEXANDER,  b'94  ;  La.l, 
'19;   Dei  31,20 


RETIRED  LIST 
NUMBER  OF  PHYSICIANS,  143 


Brigad^er-Generals 

M08ELEY,  EDWARD  B.,  b^46 ;  Pa.1,^68 ; 
May  10, '07 — 7615  Fountain  Ave,  Los  An- 
geles 

WILCOX.  TIMOTHY  E.,  b'40 ;  X.y.3.'64 ; 
Apr.26. ■04—1841  California  St.  N.W., 
WashliiKti^n.  D.C 

Colonels 
ADAIR.  GEO.   W.,  b48;  Mlch.l,^7u;  Ftb.2j, 

■09— Favettevllle,  O 
GARDNER.     EDWIN     F.,     b'48;     X.Y.1,'75; 

Aug.3.'04 — HollUton,  Mass 
BYRNE.  CHAS.   B.,   b'46  :  Pal. '67;  Jan.28, 

'10—2316.  19th  St..  Washington.  D.C 
CORBUSIEK.     WM.     H.,     b'44 ;     N.Y.10,'67 ; 

Apr.lO.'OS— 612  Park  Ave.,  Plaineeld,  N.J 
OWEN,  WM.  O..  b'54:  Va.l. '78  :  Aug. 6.12— 

2719   Ontario    Rd.    N.W..   Washington,  D.C 
STEPHENSON,    WM..  b^56  ;   N.Y.I, '20;  Apr. 

12. '12— 119  State  St..  Portland.  Me 
HAVARD.  VALERY.  b'4«;  X.Y.5,'69  ;  Feb.l8, 

'10— Fairfield.  Conn 
RAYMOND,    HENRY    L,    b'r.7 :    N.Y.10,'80; 

May  9,'1.5 — Hotel  Whltcomb,  San  Francisco 
TOWN,   FRANCIS   L.,  b'36 ;   N.H.1,'60;   Oct. 

10.'96 — I.ancaster.  N.H 
FRICK,  EUCLID  B..  b'67  ;  Cal.2.'88 :  July  1, 

'16 — 426.  21st  Ave..  San  Francisco 
SNYDER.   HENRY   D..  b66  ;  Md.l. 90;  May 

15. '17 — Essex  Junction,  Vt 
STRAUB,   PAUL    F.,   b'65 ;   La.3.'86  ;    Oct.l, 

'92.     May  13. '17 — 1900    N.    Vermont    Ave., 

Hollywood.   Los   Angele".   Calif 
KIRKPATRICK.    THO.MAS    J.,    b'68 ;    Va.l, 

■89;  May  15.'17— 120  Walnut  St.,  Alexan- 
dria. La 
BANISTER.  JOHN  M.,  b'54:  Va.l.'78;  Dec. 

31.'10— Brandeis  Theater  BIdg..  Omaha 
TAY-LOR,  BLAIR  D.,  b'48:   Va.1,'69 ;  N.Y.5, 

'70;    Apr.30,'l  1—755    Piedmont    Ave.,    At- 
lanta, Ga 
USHER,    FRANCIS    M.    C,    b'71 ;    Pa.1,'92 ; 

Mav  15. '17- — Hickman.  Kv 
TRUBV.  WILLARD  F.,  b'72:  Pa.l.'97  ;  May 

I5.'17 — 23  Bidwell  Parkway,  Buffalo 
APPEL.  AARON  H.,  b56;  Pa.2,'78;  June  6, 

'11—49  W,  44th  St.,  New  York 
DAVIS,  W.M.  B..  b'48:  Va.l.'70;  Aug.5,'12— 

University  Club,  Baltimore 
EDGER,  BENJ.  J..  JR..  b'74  ;  Pa.1,'97;  May 

15,'17— 2251  Green  St.,  San  Francisco 


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ARTHUR,  WM.  H.,  b'56 ;  Md.l,'7T ;  Jan.l, 
'11—2130  Le  Boy  PI.,  Washington,  D.C 

RICHARD,  CHAS.,  b'54  ;  N.Y.IO.'VS;  Feb.18, 
'10 — 2448,  20th  St.  N.W.,  Washington,  D.C 

EBERT,  RUDOLPH  G.,  b'54;  N.Y.1D,'78 ; 
Dec.27,'10— 313  W.  11th  St..  Vancouver, 
Wash 

BRECHEMIN,  LOUIS,  b'52  ;  Pa. 1, '76— 440 
West  End  Aye.,  New  York  City 

BUSHNELL,  GEO.  E.,  b'53 ;  Conn.l.'SO— 
Bedford,  Mass 

CHURCH,  JAMES  ROBB,  b'66 ;  D.C.1,'93— 
Surgeon  General's  Office,  Washington.  D.C 

BIRMINGHAM,  HENRY,  b'54;  Mich. 1, '76: 
June  7, '11 — U.  S.  Soldiers'  Home,  Wash- 
ington, D.C 

BRADLEY,  ALFRED  E.,  b'64 ;  Pa.2,'87 : 
July  1,'16— Highland  Park,  HI 

WATERHOUSE,  SAML.  M.,  b'70 ;  O.l,'04 ; 
Dec. 3, '18 — Surgeon  General's  OfBce.  Wash- 
ington, DC 

LYSTER,  THEODORE  C,  b"75  :  Mich. I. '99; 
May  15,'17 — 4809  Elmwood  Ave.,  Los  An- 
geles. Calif 

BANISTER,  WM.  B.,  b6I ;  Ky.5,'8S— Pre- 
sidio, San  Francisco,  Calif 

FAUNTLEROY,  POWELL  C,  b'69  ;  Va.1,'93 
— The  Argyle  Hotel,  Charleston,  S.C 

FULLER,    LEIGH    A.,    b"68 ;    V».l,'9a— Wln- 

HARTNETT.  EUGENE  HOWE,  b'70;  N.T.I, 

'94 — Ft.    D.  A.   Russell.   Wyo 
LE^VIS,  WM.  P..  b'66;  Md.1,'93— 2828  Lyon 

St,  San  Francisco 
McCULLOCH,     CHAMPE     CARTER,     b'69; 

Va.l,'91 — City  Hall.  Cumberland,   Md 
RAND,     IRVING     W.,     b'66 ;     D.C.1.'92 — Ft. 

McDowell,    Angel    Island,   Calif 
WILLCOX,   CHAS.    L.,   b'65  ;    Va.1,'89— 14J7 

Punahou  St..   Honolulu,   T.  H. 
WILSON,  JAMES  S..  b'7I ;  Va.1,'92— Colum- 
bus Barracks,  Columbus,  0 
WINTER,      FRANCIS      ANDERSON,      b'6I ; 

Mo.2,'89 — Broad  Run,  Va 

Lieutenant-Colonels 

BORDEN,    WM.    C,   b'58 ;    D.C.1,'83;    Jan.!. 

'09—2306  Tracy  PI.,  Wa.shlngton.  D.C  ' 

OEDDINGS,  EDWARD   FROST,  b'68 ;   S.C.I,    ! 

'90  ;  May  15,'17— Cheyy  Chase,   Md 
VOSE.  WM.  E.,  b'77  ;  Va.1,'99  ;  May  I5.'17— 

1112  S.  Pasadena  Are.,  Pasadena.  Calif 
WHITMORE.   EUGENE   R.,    b74  ;    ni.ll.'99  : 

.May  15,'17— 1108,    16th    St.    N.W..    Wash- 
ington, D.C 
GIBSON.  ROBT.  J.,  b'54;  Conn.1,'79  ;  Jan.l, 

'10 — 152  Mansfleld  St.,  New  HiTen,  Conn 
MORRIS.    EDWARD    R.,    b'58;    N.Y.10,'8I  ; 

Feb.28,'09— 983     N.     Mariposa     Ave.,     Los 

.\nceles 
POWELL,  WM.  A.,  b'77;  Ga.ll,'00;  May  13, 

'17 — 763  Upper  Dr.,  Portland.  Ore 
PATZSKI,      JULIUS      H.,      b'38 ;      Pa.2,'«7 ; 

Apr.23,'04 — The    Westmoreland,    Washing- 
Ion,   D.C 
PORTER,  JOS.  Y..  b'47:  Pa.2.'70;  Mar.8,'07 

—429  Duval  St,  Key  West,  Fla 
POWELL,  JUNIUS  L.,  b'45  ;   Md.l,'«I;  May 

1, OS -The  Dresden,  Washington,  D.C 
B.^NTA,    WM.    P.,    b'73:    Ky.2,'94 ;    May  15, 

'17 — 1958  Cahuenga  St.,  Loi  Angelea 
TH0MA80N,     HENRY     D.,     b'58;     Pa.1,'82, 

Ont  3,'91  ;    May  15,'17— New   York  Homeo- 
pathic   Medical    School    and    Flower    Hos- 
pital, New  Y'ork  City 
SHII,I/)CK,    PAUL,    b'63;    N.Y.l,"a7  ;    Jan.l. 

■10—1937    Bryant  Ave.,    Minneapolis 
WOOD,  MAR.«II.M.T,  W.  b'46  :  ni.1,'73:  Apr 

23,'04— 121  St..  Bolae,  Ida 

WYETH,   M.M  H   C,   b'55;    N  Y.l. 

'78;  May  l,i;.      „.  .   ,v.  S3d  St..  New  York 

City 
GBUBBS,  ROBT.  B..  b72;  D.C.I, 'JS— Dudley 

Bldg. ;  Santa  Monica.  Calif 
CRABTREE.    GEO.    H.    (Col.    N.    A.),    b'70; 

Pa.U,'93— 2359  Boylaton  Ave.   N.,   Seattle 
RAGAN,     CHAS.     A..     b73 ;     DC.l.OO— 44S 

Riverside  Dr  ,  New  York  City 
DUNCAN,   WM.    A.,   b'77;   Tenn.S.'OS— Bus 

■ellvllle,  Ky 
GAPEN,     NELSON,     b'79;     D  Ct.'Ot — 1«15. 

17th  St.  N.W..  Waihlncton,  D.C 
DE    LnFFRE,    SAML.    M.,    b'75 ;    P».l.'»»— 

Y.  M.  C.  A..  PUttaburg,  N.Y 
WOODSON,  ROBT.  SCOTT,  b'65;  Tenn.5,'8», 

Tenn.1,'89;     Apr.7,'10— 1405     Beach     St.. 

BIrmlngbam.  Ala 


DAVIDSON,    WILSON    T.,    b'68 ;    Tei.2,'96 : 

Mav  15, '17 — Municipal   Bldg.,    Dallas,   Tex 
CARSWELL,     ROBT.     L.,    b"76 ;    Tenn.5,'00. 

May  15.'17 — 42  S.  Crest  Rd.,  Chattanooga, 

Tenn 
PALMER,  FRED.  W.,  b'72  ;  Mich.1,'94;  May 

15,'17— 517,  10th  St.,  Santa  Monica,  Calif 
MABEE,    JAMES    IRVING,    b'70;    0.3,'94— 

Letterman    General    Hospital.    San    Fran- 

EASTMAN,  WM.  R.,  b'73;  D.C.l.'Ol— 390  N. 
Broadway,  Y'onkers,  N.Y 

GOSMAN,  GEO.  HENRY  RANKIN-,  b'76 : 
Pa.1,'98— Ft.  Hamilton,  Brooklyn.  N.Y' 

HANNER,  JOHN  W.,  b'77;  Tenn. 5,"01— Let- 
terman General  Hospital,  San  Francisco 

JUENEMANN.  GEO.  F.,  b'75;  D.C.I, '97— 
Army  and  Navy  Club,  Washington,  D.C 

LOVING.  ROBT.  COURTNEY,  b'78 ;  Pall, 
'02— Walter  Reed  General  Hospital,  Wash- 
ington, DC 

ROBBINS,  CHANDLER  P.,  b'73  ;  Ky.5,'97— 
Columbus  Barracks,  Columbus.  O 

SMART,  WM.  M.,  b'79;  DC. 2, 02— Letter- 
man  General  Hospital.  San  Francisco 

BEVANS,  JAMES  L..  b'69;  IU.«.'93— Mend- 
ham,   N.J 

GREGORY,  JUNIUS  C,  b'75;  Va. 4. '00— 1892 
Sheridan  Rd.,  Evanaton,  III 

Majors 

CARTER,    W.    FITZHUGH,    b'50 ;    Va.1,'72: 

July  8,'09 -Crozet,   Va 
EGAN,    PETER   R.,   b'55;   N.Y.1,'80;    Apr.2. 

■06—247  B.  86th  St..  New  York  City 
CABELL,      JULIAN      M..      b'60 ;      Va.1,'86; 

Mar.29,'97 — ^Army    and    Navy    Club.    Port- 
land. Ore 
FARB.  CHAS.  W.,  b'76 ;  Va.2.'97  ;  Jan.I,'10 

—750,  7th  St.,  Buffalo,  NY 
JOHNSON.    RICHARD    W.,    b^55 ;    N.Y,5,'«0: 

Jan.l6.'09— 363    Melville   Ave.,    Palo    Alto. 

Calif 
PINKSTON.  OMAR  W..  b75;  Mo.8.'98 ;  July 

1.'16— Lyndhurst    Hotel.    Kansas   City,   Mo 
WORTHINGTON,    JOS.    A..    b'TS  ;    Mo. 34, '02  ; 

May  15,'17--313    Evergreen    Ave.,    Bradley 

Beach,  N.J 
CHILTON,  FRANK  NIFONG.  b'85  ;  Mo.2.'0»  ; 

May  15.'17 — Eugene.  Ore 
.MUDD,  LEO  C.  b'8I ;  Mo.34.'97  ;  May  IS.'IT 

—729.  2l8t  Ave..  San  Francisco,  Calif 
KNEEDLER,   WM.    L.,   b'56;    Pa.2,'79 ;   July 

11,'06— 1004  AdelU  St.,  Coronado,  Calif 
NEWGARDEN,  GEO.  J.,  b'64  ;  Pa.2,'89  ;  Apr. 

24,'07— 1633  Massachusetts  Ave.,  Washing- 
ton, D.C 
gUINTON,  WM.  W.,  1)'70;  N.Y.1,'92;  reb.26. 

'09 — 245  Elmwood  Ave,  HufTalo 
KBTCHAM,   CLARENCE  S,.   b'8i* ;   Md.7,'14  ; 

May  14,'16     Appalachian    Hall,    Ashevllle, 

N.C 
ROCKHILL,  EDWARD  P.  (Lieut.  Col.,  N  A.), 

b'72;    Pa.Il,'»5;    Feb.26, '09— Sliver    Oty, 

NM 
SHUFBLDT,     ROBT.     W.,    b'50 ;     D.C.1.'76: 

Apr.23,'04— 3356,  18lh  St.  N.W.,  Washing- 
ton, D.C 
SKINNER,  JOHN  O.,  b'45;  Md.1,'66;  Oct. 26, 

'93 — Tile  Pnrtner,  Washington,  D.C 
STILES,  HENRY  R.,  b'66;  Conn.1,'88-  July 

1,'05 — Cobalt,  Conn 
STONE,  JOHN  H.,  b'72  ;  D.C.I, '95  ;  June  20, 

'11—1421    Columbia    Rd.    N.W.,    Washing- 
ton. DC 
.SWIFT,   EUGENE  L,   b'63;   N.Y.1.84 ;  Dec. 

9,'01— SanU   Cruz,  Calif 
TEN  EYCK,  BENJ.  L.,  b'62  :  N,T.1.'8.'> ;  Aug. 

3. '03— 182  Lincoln   Ave.,  Newark.    .N.J 
WEBB,  WALTER  D..  b'72;  N,Y.1.'95  ;  Jan.l, 

'09— The   Parkwwd,  WaahlngVm,  DC 
WELLS,   GEO.    M.,   h'63 ;    Ky.1,'84.    III. 1. '86, 

N.Y.5,'91;    Mar  3I,'05— 2128   College   Ave.. 

Indianapolis 
YOST,   JOHN    D.,   b'72;   Maas.1,'98 ;    Mar.lS, 

'09— University  Club,  800  Lowell  St.,  San 

Francisco 
WALES.   PHILIP   G.,    b'61  ;    D.C.1,'83;   July 

13.'II— Menlo  Park,  Calif 
BROOKS,    WM.    H..   b'6S  :    Md.4,'««  ;   July  1, 

'13 — 2545  Laguna  St.,  Han  Franclaco 
ROBERTS.     WM.     M.,     b'72;     Md.l,'»6— % 

Fidelity  Trust  Co.,  Balllmnre 
HARRIS,  JESSE  B..  b'74  ;  N.Y.6.'01— Board 

of  Health,  Tampa,   Fla 
CRAFT,  EDGAR  D.,  b'80  ;  La.l.'05 — 1254  W. 

Santa    Barbara    .\ve.,   Los  Angeles 


ROBINSON.    JAMES    LEE.    b'84 ;    Md.7.'08 ; 

May  15,'17— 2414  W.  9Ui  Ave..  Los  Angeles 
VON    SCHRADER,    ALLBYNE,    b'87 ;    Mo.2, 

'09;    May  15,'17— 233    Xlmeno    Ave.,    Long 

Beach,  Calif 
NORTHINGTON,     EUGENE     G. ;     La.l,"03 ; 

May  15, "17 — Geo.    Washington    University, 

Washington,  D.C 
HAMMOND,  JOHNSON  FRANCIS,  b'87  ;  Ill.l. 

'10  ;     May  15. '17 — 4444     Greenwood     Ave.. 

Chicago 
CRUICE.     LE.MON     DOW,     b'88 ;     Pa. 2. 'IS ; 

June  16,'17 — Spencer  State  Hospital,  Spen- 
cer, W.Va 
BETTS,   CHAS.    ALLEN,   b'73;    II1.I,'00— Kt. 

D.  A.   Russell.  Wyo 
BURKBT,    JOHN    ANSON,    b'82 ;    Ia.3,'07— 

Hawarden,  la 
HUGHES.    LEONARD    S.,    b'T2 ;    Ky.4,'97— 

Letterman  General  Hospital,  San  Francisco 
SCHMITTER.    FERDINAND,    b'7ii ;    Md.7,'0a 

— 458  Delaware  Ave.,  Albauv,  X.V 
ARCHER,  W.M.  MEADE.  JR.,  b'78;   Va.4,04 

— Walter  Reed  General  Hospital.  Washing- 
ton.  DC 
BAILEY,  CORNELIUS  OLIVER,  b'ST  ;  Tei.2. 

'13 — Walter  Reed  General  Hospital,  Wash- 
ington, D.C 
CADE,  WM.  THATCHER.  JR.,  b'83  •  O.9.08 

— Westgate,  Calif 
GARCIA,  LEON  C,  b'83;  Mo. 34, '04— Waller 

Reed  General  Hospital,  Washington,  D.C 
MACY,     FREDK.     S..     b76 ;     Masa.7.'97— :i!i 

Whitehall  St.,  New   York  City 
MITCHELL.      LEOl'OLD.     b'8;  ;     La.I.'lO   - 

Tulane    University    Medical    School.    New 

Orleans,  La 
PABI8EAU,  GEO.  EMORY.  b'81 ;  Maa*.;,'09 

— FItzalmmona  General  Hospital,   Fltzaliii- 

mons,  Colo 
SNOW.    CORVDON    (JOODRUH  ;    III. 11. 04 

Flt/..simmiins     General     Hospital.     Fltnlm- 

mtitis,  Colo 
STIU'HEN,   HENRY    NEWELL,    b'77  ;   La.l, 

'01 — Walter  Reed  (ieneral  Hospital.  Wash- 
ington. D.C 
BKRPEL.  FREDK.   KARL,   b'93 ;    Md.7,'l«— 

TarifMlle.  Conn 

Captains 
BURT.   VICTOR,    b'47;    .Mo.l,':6;   Ocl.21,'!)I 

— 34  East  Ave.,  Norwalk,  Conn 
CHAPIN,   ALONZO   R,   b'59 ;   lU.I.'SS;   Mav 

10, '95— Ontario,  Calif 
CLOUD,     MARSHALL    M..    b'68       Mo  8 '92  • 

Nov. 14. '01—679     S.     Ardmore  'Ave.,     Lo.i 

Angeles 
HALLIDAY.    FRANCIS    A.,    b'4J;    Mo.2  "72 

Sept.  13.'08— Lexington.   Tex 
JARMS.    NATHAN   8.    (MaJ..   N.   A.),   b'60 ; 

N.Y.10.'84;  July  12.'01     New  York  Athletic 

Club,  New  York  City 
MINOR.    WM.   C,    b'35;   Conn. I. '63;    Dec.15. 

'70— Adjutant    General's    Office.    Washing- 
ton. DC 
HILL.    EBEN    C..    b'81  ;    Md.7,'07 ;    June  27, 

*1.1— The  Crecnway,  RalUmore,    Md 
TAYUIR,     ARTHUR     W..     b'37 ;     N.V.I,  HO 

Tcb.5.'92— Glcndale.  Calif 
WALKER.    FREEMAN     V.,    b'80 ;    Va  1  '81 

Aug.20.'n6— ItiulTliin.  S.C 
BUTTON.    FRANCIS    BEATTIE.    JR.,    b'»I  : 

Va.4.'14— FIt7.slmmons     General     Hospital. 

Fllzslmmons.  Colo 
PECK.    LUKE    BAKER.    b'6« ;    Ma»».7.'97— 

Miller  Field.  Staten  Island,  N.Y 
STEARNS.   CHAS     HENRY,  b'89 ;   Mo.24  92 

-Palo  Alto,  Calif 
COFFEY,   ALBION    McD  ,   b'74;    Mo.20,'97- - 

Corona  Apts.,  San  Antonio,  Tet 
HEWITT,  JOHN   EVERETT,  b'76;  Mo.20  ^il 

-    Fi    D.  A.  Russell.  Wyo 
BELL.     LEONARD     P.,     Ind.9,'91— Junction 

City.  Kan 
MERRICK.   JOHN    NEWTf)N.    b'88;  0.2S,'97 

— Alliance,  O 
BOLIN,  ZERA  EXLEY.  b'S8;  Pa  2,'14  ;  Trlp- 

ler  General  Himpltal,  Honolulu,  Hawaii 

First  Lieutenants 
OEER,  CHAS.  C,  h'71  ;    N.Y.10,'»5  ;   Dec.81. 

'04—410  University  Ridge 
FI8K,   OWEN  C.  bH4;  O.l,'07;   Feb,l,'18— 

3444  LIston  Ave.,  Cincinnati 


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MEDICAL    OFFICERS    OF    GOVERNMENT     SERVICE 


MEDICAL  OFFICERS  OF  THE  NAVY  OF  THE  UNITED  STATES 


with  Year  of  Birth.  Medical  CoUeg*  and  Year  of  Graduation. 


ACTIVE   LIST 

Nl'.MBER  OF  IMIVSK  lANS,  774 


STITT, 


Surseon-Genaral 
With  rank  of  Rear  Admiral 
EDWARD    R.    (b'67)— Pa.l.'89 


Medical   Dircetort 
With  rank  of  Rear  Admiral 
GRAYSON.    CARY    T.    (b'78)— Tenn.ll.'03 
BARBER.  GEOR(iE  H.    (b'64)— N.Y.1,'88 

Mccormick,  albert  m.  d.  (b"66)— Md.i. 

'88 

Madloal  Dircetort 

With  rank  of  Captain 

WIEBER,    FRANCIS    W.    F.     (b'61)— N.Y.8, 

■81 
BERRYHILL,  THOMAS  A.    (b'61)— D.C.1.'84 
FIELD,   JAMES    G.    (b'82)— Va.4,'85 
PICKRELL.   GEORGE    (b'62)— Va.4,'82 
GATES.    MANLEY    F.     (b'63)— Pa.ll,'88 
LOWNDES.    CHARLES  H.   T.    (b'66)— Md.l, 

'88 
(RANDALL.    RAND    P.    (b'68)— Pa.l.'ST 
SMITH,    GEORGE   T.    (b'66)— Va.1,'86 
VON     WEDEKIND.     LUTHER     L.     (b'64)  — 

N.Y.1,'86 
BOGERT.    EDWARD    B.    (b'67)— N.Y.1."8» 
KENNEDY,   ROBERT  M.    (b67)— Pa.1,'90 
BLACKWOOD,  NOHMAN  J.   (b'66)— Pa.2,'88 
ALFRED,  ADRIAN  R.   (b'64)— Mich.1,'89 
DeVALIN,    CILiRLES    M.     (b'69)— D.C.1,'»1 
RIGGS,    CHARLES   E.    (b'69)— Ia.3,'92 
LEYS,   JAMES  F.    (b'67)— Pa.l,'90 
COOK.    FRANK    C.    (b'69)— Mass. 1,'93 
FARENHOLT,  AMMEN    (b'71)— Mas8.1,'93 
KINDLEBERGBR,     CHARLES     P.     (b'70)  — 

Pa.l.'94 
DUNBAR.  ARTHUR  W.    (b'69)— Cal.2.'91 
RICHARDS.    THEODORE    W.    (b'TO)- D.C.I, 

'93 
ELLIOTT.  MIDDLETON  S.   (b'72)— D.C.1.'94 
PLEADWELL,    FRANK    L.     (b'72)— Maas.l, 

'96 
CARPENTER,   DUDLEY   N.    (b'74)— Mass  1. 

'96 
PRYOR.  JAMES  C.    (b'71)— Tenn.5.'94 
SPEAR.     RAYMOND     (b'73)— Pa.2.'95 
DENNIS,  JOHN  B.   (b'74)— Pa.l.'95 
GROW,     EUGENE    J.     (b'73)— N.H.1,'97 
McCULLOUGH,  FRANK  E.   (b'70)— Cal.2,'9I 
ANGENY,    GRANVILLE   L.    (b'68)— Pa.1,'94 
THOMPSON.    EDGAR    (b'72)— Mn.24.'93 
OARTOX.  WILL  M.    (b'75»-  Ia.4.'96 
BELL,   WM.    H.    (b'73)— Pa.l.'97 
CURL.   HOLTOX  C.    (b'72l— Callf.2,'97 

Medical    Inspacton 

With  rank  of  Commander 
WILSON,    HENRY   D.    (b'67)— Pa. 1. '89 
THOMPSON.    JOSEPH    C.    (b'74)— N.Y.1,'96 
BENTON,  FREDERICK  L.    (b'75)— N.Y.1,"96 
ORVIS.   RALPH   T.    (b'72)— Cal.l.'93 
HOLCOMB,    RICHMOND    C.     (b'74)— N.Y.8, 

'96 
WRIGHT,  BARTON  L.  (b'70)— Pa.1,'95 
ODELL,     HENRY     E.     (b'72)— Calif.2.'97 
MURPHY.    JOS.    A.    (b'76)— Pa.ll.'98 
KENNEDY,    JOHN    T.     (b'73)— N.Y.5.'94 
FISKE.   CHAS.    N.    (b'76)— Mass.l.'OO 
PLUMMER,    RALPH   W.    (b'74)— Ill.l.'97 
SNYDER,    JOHN    J.     (b'69)— Md.3,'93 
BLACK  WELL.    EDWARD    M.    (b'65)  -Md.1. 

•90 
FREEMAN.   GEO.    F.    (b'68)— ^L^S3.1.'96 
LEDBETTER.    ROBERT    E,    (b'77)— Pa.l.'99 
BUTLER.   CHARLES  ST.  J.    (b'75)— Va.l.'97 
RODMAN,    SAMUEL    S.    (b'77)— Kv.1,'98 
BRISTER.    JOHN    M.     (b'77)— Pa. 11. '98 
SHIFFERT,   HERBERT   0.    (b'72)— Pa.ll.'99 
SMITH,  CHARLES  G.    (b'78)— Va.1,'99 
IDEN.    JOHN    H.    (b'74)— Va. 1.99 
SEAMAN.    WILLIAM     (b'71)— Pa.1,'92 
RICHARDSON.  BOYALL  R.   (b'75)— Ya.1,'99 
STUART,   ALLEN    (b'64)— S.C.1,'89 
STEPP.    JACOB     (b'67)— Mass.1,'98 
TOLFREE,    HERBERT    M.     (b'73)— N.Y.IO, 

'97 
BISHOP.  LOUIS  W.    (b'72)— N.Y'.8,'96 
WEBB,    ULYSSES    R.    (b'74)— D.C.1.'90 
OMAN,  CHARLES  M.    (b'78)— Pa.1,'01 


BACHMANN,    ROBERT    A.     (b'Tt)— Hl.l.'OO 
HOYT.  ROBERT  E.    (b'79)— Mass.l.'Ol 
TRAYNOR.    JOSEPH    P.     (b'78)— Me.1,'01 
MURPHY,  JOHN  F.    (b'76)— Mlch.I.'OO 
BACKUS,    JESSE    W.    (b'79)— 111. 1,'99 
NEILSON.    JOHN   L.    (b'80)— .Mas.'i.l.'02 
DEAN.  FREDERICK  W.  8.  (b'74)— Tenn.U, 

'98    Pa  2  '01 
ELY,'  CLARENCE   F.    (b'79)— Pa.2,'02 
GEIOER,   ALBERT  J.    (b'76)— Mich. 1,'02 
ROSSITER.    PERCIVAL    8.    (b'74)— Md.l, '95 
(;RIEVE.   CHARLES  C.    (b'73)— Mlch.l.'Ol 
.MANCHESTER.    JOHN     D.     (b'TS)- 111  1,'99 
WOODWARD.  JAMES  S.  (b'80)— Md.4.'01 
RANDALL,   JAMES  A.    (b'77)— Ga.11,'01 
McLEAN,   ALLEN    D.    (b'73)— Mlch.7,'95 
HEINER,  ROBERT  G.    (b'77)— Va.l.'OO 
DORSEY.  BENJAMIN  H.    (b'78)— Md.1,'01 
WHEELER,     LEWIS     H.     (b'7«)— Conn.1,'97 
.MINK,  OWEN  J.    (b'79)— Mlch.l.'04 
SMITH.    HAROLD   W.    (b'-8)— Mass.l,'04 
PUGH,    WINFIELD    (b'80)— Pa.2.'01 
GILL.   JA.MES   E.    (b'78)— D.C.2.'01 
STOOPS.    ROBERT    E.    (b'78)— III. U,'M 
MAY,    HENRY    A.    (b'-4)— D.C.1.'99 
ANGWIN,  WILLIAM  A.    (b'79)— Cal.7,'03 
PORTER,    FREDERICK    B.     (b'75)— Tenn.5. 

'05 
DE88EZ,    PAUL    T.     (b'76)— D  C.2,'9T 
McLEAN,  NORMAN  T.  (b'75)— Mass.T.'OO 
CATHER.    DAVID    C.     (b'79)— Pa.l,'03 
RYDER,    CHARLES   E     (b'74)— Mass.1,'08 
ABEKEN,  FREDERICK  G.    (b'77)— Mo.I.'»9 
REEVES.   ISAAC    S.    K.    (b'81)— D.C.2,'03 
WICKES.   GEO.   L.    (b'74)— N.Y.5,'9« 
CLIFFORD,     ADDISON     B.     (b'T5)— Mich.l, 

'04 
VIOKERY.    EUGENE    A.    (b'79)— M»»s.l.'93 
WARNER.     RICHARD     A.     (b'78)— D.C.2,'01 

Surf  ton  i 
With  rank  of  Lieutenant  Commander 
PECK,  ALLEN  K.   (b'"3)— Cal.1,00 
SHAW,     HARRY     (b'73)— 111.1,02 
ZALESKY,    WM.  J.    (b'79)— Mlch.l.'OS 
OWENS,   WILLIAM   D.    (b'79»— D.C.2,'01 
FABWELL,  WREY  G    (b'821— Pa.l,'04 
BROWN,  HARRY   LEE    (b'75)— D.C.I, '01 
McDONELL.WM.    N.    (b'"6)-^.Mlnn.4,0:i 
.STALNAKER.  PAUL  R.   (b'80)— Tei.2,'04 
MUNGER,    (URTIS    B.    (b'78)— Cal.l,'03 
BROOKS,    FLETCHER    H.     (h'75)— Md.4.'n2 
MEARS.   JOHN   BOWDOIN    (b'79)— Va.l.'Ol 
HATHAWAY,    GEORGE    S.     (b'81)— Masai. 

■02 
SELLERS,    FRANK    E.     (b'75)— Va.l.'Ol 
OLD.  EDWARD  H.  H.    (b'76)— Va.l.'99 
WHITE.    EDWARD    C.     (b'83)— Pa.l.'O.I 
REED,  THURLOW  W.   (b'79)— N.Y.10,'03 
REED,    EDWARD    U.     (b'84)— Pa.l.'OS 
COLE.  H0W80N  WHITE,  JR.    (b'78)— Vt.l. 

'02 
WOODS.  EDGAR  L.   (b'82)— Va.l,'04 
JONES.  EDWIN  L.    (b'76)— Tex.2,'03 
FOSTER.  THO.MAS  G.   (bTS)— Va.l.'99 
WINN.   CONDIE   K.    (b'79)— Pa. 1  '04 
KAIFMAN.  JOHN  BROOKS  (b'78^— Pa.l.'03 
AMES.  MATTHEW  H.   (b'81)— Pa.l.'OS 
ROBNETT,  AUSEY  H.    (b'79)— D.C.1,'05 
HAYNES,   JAMES   P.    (b'80)— Tenn.S.'Ol 
ALLEN.    ABRAHAM    H.    (b'81)— Pa.ll.'OS 
LEE.    ANDRE   E.    (b'80)— Md.7,'06 
BUTTS.    HEBER    E.    (b'77)— D.C.1,'04 
GARRISON.     PHILIP     E.     (b'77)— D.C.l.'OB 
BAISON,    THOMAS    W.     (b'83)— D.C.1,'05 
DOWNEY,    JOHN    0.     (b'83)— Pa.I,'06 
MINTER,    JAMES    M.    (b'82)— Tenn.U,'03 
HIGGINS.     SPENCER     U      (b'76)— N.Y.I. '03 
STRAETEN,  RENIER  J.    (b'84)— Neb.6,'05 
HAY'DEN.    REYNOLDS    (b'8:i)— D.C.2.'05 
VALZ.    EDWARD    V.     (b'78)— Va.l,'03 
STUART,  MONTGOMERY  A.  (b'81)— Mich. 7. 

'07 
LONGABAUGH,  RUDOLPH  I.   (b'81)— Cal.2. 

'03 
KOLTES,    FRANK    X.    (b'77)— Ill.l,'03 
SHORT,    WILLIAM    H.     (b'81)— D.C.2,'04 
KELLEY,  HERBERT  L.    (b'80)— Md.7,'07 
MILLER.    JULIAN    T.    (b'Tl)— Va.1,'92 
GARRISON,   HARRY   A.    (b'78)— Pa.l.'OB 
DOLLARD.  HENRY  L.    (b'80)— N.Y.I. '02 
HUFF.    EARLE  PHINEAS   (b'79)— N.Y.I. '03 
HERMESCH,     HARRY'    R.     (b'78)— D.C.2,'07 


STEADMAN.     WILLARD    G..    JR.     (b'gl)  — 

N.Y.19.'08 
DONELSON,  MARTIN   (b'82)— Va.l,'06 
BAKER,    MYRON    C.    (b'79)— MaS8.7,'06 
CURTIS,   EL.MEB  E.    (b'77)— Mo.34.'05 
CASTO.  DON  H.   (b'81)— Va.l,'06 
BUNKER,  CHARLES  W.  0.   (b'82)— N.Y.20, 

'05 
LAWRENCE.    HOWARD    F.    (b'82)— N.Y.19. 

'04 
HOEMAN,    CHARLES    1.    (b'80)— Fa.l.'07 
HALE.   GORDON    D.    (b'77)— N.Y.1,'04 
HAY'WARD,   ALEXANDER    B.    (b'82)— Pa. 1, 

'04 
HIGGINS    MONTGOMERY  E.    (b'"9)— D.C.I, 

'04 
SHEPARD,   GEO.    WANZER    (b'78)— O.6.'03 
BROWN.     ERNEST    W.     (b'78)— D.C.1,'06 
SUTTON,     DALLAS    G      (b'83)— D.C.1,'06 
SCHMIDT,  LAWRENCE  MAURICE   (b'83)  — 

Ill.ll.'OO 
CHAMBERS.   WILLIAM    (b'84)— Pa.2,'07 
BACON,   8ANKEY    (b'81)— Neb.4,'05 
.MELHORN.   KENT  C.    (b'83)— Pa.l,'06 
BIELLO,   JOSEPH   A.    (b'80)— Pa. 2. '05 
RHOADES.   GEORGE   C.    (b'81 )— Pa.l.'06 
TOULON.     ALFRED    J.     (b'82)— Pa.ll,'06 
LANE,    HARRY    H.    (b'80)— Pa.2.'04 

Mcdowell,   ralph    w.    (b'83)— Pa.2,'05 

THO.MAS,  GEORGE  C.   (b'81)— Pa.2,'06     ' 
BOLANl),    MICAJAH     (b'77)— Va. 1/05 
PHELPS,    JOSEPH    ROYAL    (b'80)— MaM.l, 

•OS 
CLIFTON,  ALFRED  L.  (b'82)— Pa.l,'06 
TURNER,  HARRY  W.  B.   (b'84)— Pa.  1. '06 
HENRY.    REGINALD    B.    (b'81)— Va.l.'OT 
JOHNSON.     LUCKS     W.      (b'82)— Pa.l.'07 
SMITH,    CHANDLER    W.    (b'83)— Pa.9.'07 
COTTLE,   GEORGE   F.    (b'79)— NY  1,'05 
MANN,    WILLLAM    L.,    JR.     (b^84)— Mass.l. 

'08 
CUTHBEBTSON,    ROT    (b'84)— Mich. 1,'08 
WHITMORE.  GEORGE  BYRON  (b'80)— Pa. 2, 

'03 
NOBLE.   DONALD  H.    (b'82)— Pa. 1.04 
ZIEGLER.    JOHN    G.     (b'80)— Pa.l.'OI 
CLARK.  (;LENM0RE  F.    (b'80)— Pa.ll,'08 
KERR.     WILLIAM     M      (b'80)— NY  20,^05 
POLLAKD.   JOHN    B.    (b'80)— Va.l.'04 
RIKER.    GEORGE   A     (b'79)— Pa.2,'05 
DAVIDSON,     ANDREW     BLAINE     (b'84)  — 

Pa.2.'09 
IRVINE.     WILLIAM     L.     (b'8I)— Conn.l.'08 
WALTON,  DUNCAN   C.    (b'86)— Md.7,'09 
THOMAS.    GRIFFITH     EDWARDS     (b'82)  — 

Mich. 5. '08 
BLOEDORN,     WALTER     A.      (b'86)— Neb.6. 

'09 
CAMERER,      CLYDE     BRADLEY      (b'84)  — 

Mo.34,^09 
ROBERTSON,   GARDNER   E.    (V83)— N.Y.6. 

•06 
FRENCH,    GEORGE    R.    W,    (b^83)— Pa. 1.^08 
CONNOR,    WILLIAM    H.     (b'80)— .Mass.l.'OO 
McMULLIN,  JOSEPH  JOHN  A.    (b'85)— Pa. 

2. '08 
EATON.     WM.     E.     (b'82)— Mass.1,'05 
HOWARD,    JASPER    VICTOR    (b'82)— Pal, 

'09 
PRATT.  LESTER  LESLIE  (b'85)— O.3,'07 
JENKINS.    HARRY    E.     (b'80)— Md.l. '05 
O'MALLEY,    JOHN    J.     (b'81)— Md.3.'08 
HART.    STANLEY    D.    (b'81 )— N.Y.19,'06 
KRESS,    CLARENCE    C.     (b'84)— Mo.2,'05 
RIDDICK.    WILLARD    J.     (b'80(— Md.l,'05 
BASS,    JAS.   A.    (b'84)— Md.7.'09 
GEORGE,  CHESTEHl  M.    (b'87)— Pa.l,'09 
SHELDON,    LUTHER,    JR.     (b'83)— Mich.l, 

■09 
WOODLAND,     EDWARD     ELI  AS      (b'84)  — 

Pa.l.'lO 
LEDBETTER.    PENLIE    B.     (b'82)— Pa.2,'08 
LANING,    RICHARD    H.     (b'83)— Mlch.1,'08 
PARHAM.    JOHN    C.     (b'85)— Ala. 2. '06 
JONES.    ROBERT    F,    (b'86)— Va.l,'09 
BEECHING.   CHARLES  LEE    (b'81)— Mo.2», 

'08 
DAVIS,    ROBERT    G.     (b'83)— III. 1,'09 
FINDEISEN,    WM.    ERNEST    (b'85)— N.Y.I, 

'09 
BORDEN,  JOHN  THOMAS    (b'83)— S.C.1,'09 
BAKER.   CARROLL    R.     (b'85)— Pa.2.'09 
WILSON,    CLIFF    CICERO    (b'87)— Tex,2,'12 
CALVER,   GEORGE  W.    (b'87)— D.C.1.'12 


79 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


HUNT,    DANIEL     (b'89)— Pa.2,'12 
CARR,  CLAIDE   W.    (b'86)— IlI.l.'lJ 
PRIEST,   HOWARD    (b'84)— Ky.9.'06 
RIORDAN.    JOHN    F.    (b'89)— Mo.34,'12 
FOOTE.  OVID  C.    (b'ST)— Md.7,'12 
YOUNIE.   ARTHUR    E.    (b'87)— Ore.2,'12 
BEDDOE,    ARTHUR    E.    (b'85)— Pa.l.'lO 
RODDIS.   LOUIS   H.    (b'86)— Minn.4,'13 
HAIGLER,   FRANK  H,    (b'82)— Mo.20,'ll 
TERES.  FREDERICK   (b'90)— Pa.l,'I3 
CORNETT,  HORACE  V.    (b'87)— Va.1,'11 
BOBBITT,   JAMES   D.    (b'84>— I11.1,'1I 
MASSEY,  WILLIAM  H.    (b'86)— Colo.2.'12 
MCALLISTER,    HARVET    R.     {b'86)— Md.T, 

ESPACH,  WALTER  C.   (b'87)— 0.26,'n 
TRIBOr.    HOWARD    A.    (b'84)— Mass. 1. '12 
HETFIELD,    WILLIAM    B.     (b'SS)- Md.7.'ll 
HELM,   JESSE    BUNDREN    (b'85)— Ky.2,'ll 
FORTESCUE,   THOMAS   A.    (b'84)— Pa.2,'08 
HARGRAVE,  WILLIAM  W.    (b'86)— Va.4,'12 
BUCKLEY.    JOHN    (b'85)— Minn. 4, '09 
STEPHENSON,      CHARLES      S.       (b'86)  — 

Tenn.D.'12 
LHAMON,   RUSKIN   M.    (b'85)— Mo.2,'10 
ROSS.   CLARENCE   W.    (b'86)— Ore  2.'12 
WOOD,    CHARLETON    I.     (b'86)— Mlch.l,'I3 
TREIBLY.    CHARLES    E.     (b'82)— Pa  11,'07 
WATERHOUSE.  ROSCOE  M.  (b'86)— Mass.7, 

WICKERSHAM,  WILLIAM  W.   {b'88)— Pa.9, 

Mcdonald,   henry    (b'87)— cai.2,'12 

MICHAEL.  WILLIAM  H.    (b'S8)— Mcl.7,'13 
STOOPS,  WILLIA.M  A.    (b'87)— Mich  1.'12 
WILSON,  TAL.MADGE   (b'89)— Ga.l 'U 
B<)ONE.   JOEL   T.    (b'89)— Pa.9,'13 
STENHOUSE.  henry  M.    (b'89)— CoIo.2,'I3 
OMER.    JOY   A.    (b'85)— Mo. 20. '10 
CONKLIN,    FREDERIC     L.     (b'88)— Mich.  1. 
'13 

Passed  Assistant  Suneons 
With    rank    of    Lieutenant 
HARPER,   JOHN    (b'»0)— Pa.ll.'13 
MILLER.    RICHARD    H.    (b87)— Pa  2,'13 
RICHMOND.    PAUL     (b'91)— D.C.2.'14 
TAYLOR.  GEORGE  W.   (b'89)— La.1,'14 
VOGELSANG,    WALTER   A.    (b'88)— Tenn.6, 

GENDREAU.  ELPHEGE  A.  M.  (b'88)— D.C.2, 

WILSON.  GROVER  C.   (b'»3)— Tenn.6,'14 
CARSON,  VIRGIL  H.    (b'»3)— Va.4.'14 
MURDOCH.    FRANKLIN    F.     (b'89)— N.Y.9, 

.lENSEN.  HAROLD  L.    (b'88)— Cal.Il.'U 
COX,    THEODORE    E.     (b'90)— O  6.'16 
HALPIN,    JA.MES    a.     (b'90)— D  C  2 '12 
TROlT.    RU.SSELL    J      (l.'»2)    -N  V  19 '14 
LARSEN,  AUBREY  M.   (b'89)— Md.3,'13 
WILLIA.MS,  LOUIS  H.    (b'90)— .Md  7. '15 
KING.    OGDEN    D      (b'88)— Va.l.'U 
JACOBS.    IRVIN    W.    (b'88)— Masa.l.'iS 
PRIOLEAU.   PHILIP  F.    (b'91)— S.C.l.'l* 
ARBUCKLE,.  LOCKHART    D.     (b'88)— V«.4, 

NA'TTKEMPER,  ROBERT  L.    (b'89)— Ind  20 

12 
LAWHEAD,    W.    E.     (b'86)— Ind.l8,'07 
SHIELDS.  GEORGE  P.    (b'89)— Pa  1  '14 
LEE.    EDGAR   K.    (b'88)— Mass.l.'l,') 
OWEN.    JOHN    P.    (b'89)— Mo.34.'i:i 
TYLER,    GEO.     B.     (b'SS)- Va.4.'14 
FREEMAN,    ARTHUR    F.    (b'86)— Tenn.S.'U 
HARRIS,  JACK  H     (b'90)— Pa  2  '14 
ANDERSON,  THOMAS  C.   (b'88)— Mich  I  '14 
MctJRATH.   LEON   W.    (b'91)— SCI  'lO 
WHITMORE,     WILLIA.M     H.      (b'92)— Va.l. 

LOWMAN.    KENNETH    E.     (b'9I)— 8  CI  '16 
HEPLER,   ALEXANDER    B.    (b'89)— N.y!i9. 

'.'^JS"'    '^^^^    ^     (b'»2)— Ill.ll,'l.5 
ASTON.    MELVILLE    J.     (b'89)— D.r.1,'14 
i'.V.?i"i'^'    '■'"•-"'  ■>•    (b'9I)-III.6,'V5 
THJISON.    LEO.     C.     (b'»0)-D.C.l.'l« 
BAILED.  WILLIAM  O.    (b'89)— D  C  1 '12 
SMITH.   ALMA   C.    (b»2)-Mo.U.'15 
BENNETT,   JOHN   T.    (b'85)— Pa  2  '14 

HAKANSSO.V.     ERIK     G.     (b'86)— III  11  '15 
GASSER,   HOLLAND  B.    (b'90)~Pa  2  '  4 
STEPHENS,    E.    ARTHUR    (b'92)-ni  22 '16 
GARDNER,  HOWARD  E.   (b'93)— Md  3  '15 
AGNEW.  W.  J.  CIJkRKE   (b'91)-Vt  2 '14 
J0LDER8MA,  RUDOLPH  D.  (b'86)-Mlch  1. 

ALLEN.   JESSE    W.    (b'»3)— Mich  5  "IS 
BRYAN,  ALAN80N  L.    (b'SD-Tenn  5 '1« 
LEVIS,   WILLIAM    R.    (b'»47-pi  9,"  5 


NEELY,   ASHTON   E.    (b'89)— Pa.9. '15 
McINTYRE.  ROSS  T.    (b'87)— Ore.  1.' 12 
ROBINSON.    AARON    (b'86)— Md. 7. '14 
WHITE,   JOHN    R.    (b'86)— Mass.7.'09 
CLEMENT,    MORTIMER    T.     (b'92)— S.C.I, 

'16 
JENKINS,   RALPH    H.    (b'92)— Va.4.'16 
BARRETT.    PARK   M.    (b'84)— D.C.2,'ll 
BROWN.    EDWARD    A.     (b»l)— D.C.I, '15 
SPRUANCE.    HORACE    E.     (b'90)— Pa.2,'15 
MARTIN,    WILLIAM    L.    (b'91)— Pa.9,'15 
McDANIEL,    FREDERICK    L.     (b'91)— Md.l, 

•13 
DAVIS,   BRYTHON  P.    (b'90)— Cal.2.'I6 
CHAMBERS,   JOHN    H.    (b'93)— Pa.2,'16 
POTTER.    JAMES    E.    (b'89)— Tenn.5,'14 
WHITE.  JOEL  J.   (h'91)— Tenn.5.'16 
COREY.    DUN"NLEIGH     (b'90)— Cal.2,'18 
DCRRETT,  JOS.  H.   (b'8rt)— Ala.2,'10 
ROBERTS.    LYLE    J.     (b'89)— Minn. 4.'16 
WILLCUTTS,    MORTON    D.     (b'89)— Ind  20. 

■16 
LEAVENWORTH.     WILLIAM     S.      (b'90)  — 

Me.l.'ie 
LANE.   FRANKLIN   F.    (b'88)— Pa.l,'15 
HOOK,     FREDERICK    R.     (b'89)— Mo.20.'13 
GOSS,  ORVILLE   R.    (b'90)— Cal.2.'16 
O'ROURKE,     DONALD     H.     (b'93)— Hl.l,'17 
ROYSTER.     THO.MAS     S.     (b'91)— N.C.1,'16 
CRAIG.  RUSSELL  I.    (b'93)— N.Y.8,'16 
SHEA.  RICHARD  OB.    (b'88)— Md.3,'14 
TROXELL,  JACOB  W.   (b'88)— Pa.ll.'lS 
DAVIS.   WILUAM  D.    (b'88)— Mo.34,'16 
SULLIVAN.  PHILIP  S.    (bSO)— Mc.l.'l:! 
HAINES.  CHARLES  L.    (b'89)— Pa.2.'14 
MCCARTHY,     CHARLES     L.      (b'91)— Md.7. 

'16 

PERCY  W.   (b'89)— Pa.1,'16 
ALBIN   L.    (b'90)— Minn. 4.'16 
HILL    F.    (b'92)— Tenn.5.'15 
ADOLPH    E.    (b'89)— Cal.l,'12 
{b'93)— .Mass.7.'16 
S.   (b'91)— Orc.2,'16 


DREIFUS. 
LINDALL. 
WARREN, 
SCHMIDT, 
DUFF.  JOHN,  JR 
HARDING,  HARRY 


H.     (b'»l)— Tenn.6. 

(bSOj— Md.l.'lS 
F.    (b'88)— Ore.2,'13 
H.    H.    {b'95)— Pal. 


RILEY.  EDWARD  M.  (b'84)— .Md.4.'13 
CROSBY.  PAUL  T.  (b'90)— N.Y.15.'15 
ADAMKIEWICZ.       LADISLAUS        {b'93)  — 

Wls.li.'lf) 
LINEBERRY,     WILLIAM     T.     (b'»l)— Pa.2. 

'15 
SNOWDKN.     ROBERT 

'15 
MORROW,  THO.MAS  L 
NEUBERGER.   JULIUS 
TUHVILLE,    WILLIAM 

17 

LOCY.    FRANCIS    E.    (b'89)— Ill.6.'15 
BROWN.     CLARENCE     J.     (b'95)— Mo.2.'17 
DAKWIN.  W.M.  C.   (b'87)    -Tenn..-).'14 
WHITEHEAD.    ELY    L.     (b'84)— III  6.'17 
BGRGE.   MAURICE   A.    (b'90)— III. II. '17 
MANKIN.    GILBERT    H.     (b'ft2)— N.Y.20.'17 
BEHLOW.    WILLIAM   W.    (b'86)— Ma58.1.'12 
NORWOOD,   BENJAMIN   F,    (b'86)— Tenn.6. 

•12 
KELLY.    FRANK  L.    (b'91)— Mo.34.'16 
DEARING,    ARTHUR    H.    (b'»3)— Ma»«.l,'17 
SELBY.    GERALD    (b'89)— Ga.11,'11 
HENDERSON.   ROBERT   P.    (b^93)— Tenn.5, 

•17 
MILLER,    ROBERT    B.     (b'93)— D.C.I,'17 
BEALER.   FRANK    R     (Ii'!t2)— Ga.5,'I7 
SMITH.    EBEN    E.     Ib'iU )— .Md.7 '17 
SI'KNI  ER    WALTER  J.   Ib'HO)-  111.1.  16 
DOWLINf..     GEORGE     B,     (b'95)— D.C.1,'17 
ALBRI(;HT.    PAl'L   M.    (b'94)— Pa.I,'17 
Mc.MORRIKS.  EDWIN  D.   {b'89)— Va.l.'U 
ELLIS.    lAMES    W.    (b'88)— Pa. 1. '15 
HOUtiHTON.     JAMES     E.      (b'91 )— D.C.I,'17 
McCANTS,    JOHN    .M.    (b'92)— Va.l,'17 
SAVAGE.  CHARLES   H.    (b'90)— I,a.l,'17 
CHOISSER.  ROGER  M.  (b'9l)— III.I.'IT 
CARR.   GEORGE   P.    (b'89)— Vt.2.'15 
BARKER.    KEIBEN  A.    ( h'89)— Va.I,'17 
FORT,   WALTER  A.    (b'91 )— Mich. 1, '17 
JOHNSON.  LEWIS  W.    (b'»4)— Masa.7,17 
KEANKY,   FELIX    P.    (b'92)— Mo.34.^17 
8UMERLIN.   HAROLD    S.    (b'92)— Ind.20.'17 
KENNEDY.  GLENN  M.    (b'88)— D.C.1.'17 
THO.MAS,  JAMES   R.    (b'90)— III.11,'17 
SHIPLEY,   JOHN    L.    R.    (b'9fl)— Mo.34,'17 
PENNELL.    WALTER    J.     (b'92)— Mass.l.'17 
RYAN.   FRANK   W.    (b'96)— S.C.1.'17 
IVEKSON.    LOUIS     (b'90)— III. 11. '17 
Birr.  JOHN  M.    (b'94)— Pa.2,'17 
AR.MSTRONG.    VICTOR   8.    (b'89)— Hl.II.'n 
TEA.M,    ROBERT   B.    (b'9I)— NY  19,'17 
HARDIN,  EUGENE  D.   (b'87)— La  1,'17 
GREEDY.  PAUL   V.    (b'92)— Colo.2.'17 
DyKESHIRB.   WALLACE   B.    (f92)— N.T.8, 
16 


ANDERSON,    WALTER    M.    (b'89)— 0.40.17 
MARSHALL,     LESLIE    B.      (b'93)— Tenn  6. 

'17 
CANON.  ROBERT  T.    (b'91)— Tei.2,'17 
CARROLL,  FRANK  J.    (b'93)— N.Y.43,'17 
VANN.  JOHN  W.    (b'94)— Va.4,'17 
SU.M.MERS.    TOSON    0.    (b'SS)— Va.4  '17 
PARSONS.    ROBERT    P.     (b'91)— Mass.l.'U 
ADAMS.  JOHN  C.   (b'94)— Aln.2,'17 
VAN    GAASBEEK,    CHESTER    B.     (b'94)  — 

N.Y.3.'17 
McARTHUR.  GUY  B.    (b'90)— Mo.2.'17 
GIBBS.  FRANCIS  D.    (b'91)— D.C.2.'14 
MORSE.  CHARLES  E.    (b'93)— Vt.2.'17 
WHITE.  JOSEPH   W.    (b'92)— Mass.l.'l? 
COOK.    STERLING    8.     (b'93)— Va.4,'17 
POWELL,  JOHN  G.    (b'91)— Pa. 9, '17 
GROESBECK.      BERTRAM.      JR.       (b'94)  — 

D.C.1,'17 
RICHISON,   EARL    (b'89)— Ky.2,'15 
VANCE,  DEANE  H.    (b'91)— Colo.2.'17 
LA  FAVRE.   HARRY  B.    (b'93)— O  40. 'IT 
SALE,    JOHN    J.     (b'93)— Va.4. '17 
DAUS.    ERNEST    A.    (b'91)— Ore.2.'17 
MORING.    TRAVIS    S.     (b'92)— Ala. 2.'17 
GREENE.   LLOYD   B.    (b'92)— Ga.l.'17 
STORCH.     RAYMOND    B.     (b'95)— D.C.l.'U 
MUELLER,    LOUIS    E.    (b'93)— D.C  I.'IT 
HART.   LYNN    N.    (b'89)— CaHl,'17 
WELCH,   ROBERT  S.   G.    (b'92)— Md.l,'17 
HERTZOG,   FRANCIS    C.    (b'9:;i— Md.l.'lT 
SATTERLEE.  RICHARD  C.   (b'!>4)— D.C.l.'U 
SMITH.    LLOYD    E.     (b'9n)  — lil  Il.'lS 
GRISIER.  OTTO  W.    (b'87)— Mass.l.lS 
GREENWOOD,      WILBOURT     E.      (h'92)  — 

Mass.  7.' 17 
MONTtiOMERY,     MATHISON     J.      (b'94)  — 

Md.I.'17 
DOCKERY.     LYMAN     E.     b'92)— Wl».6,'17 
WHITE.    GEORGE    L.    (b'94)— Md.I,'l7 
COLLINS.    ROBERT   H.    (b'9I)— Ky.2,'17 
WILD.MAN.    OTIS     (b'90)— Ind.20'17 
DENNY.    LEONARD    H.     (b'87)— Mo.2.'09 
TAYLOR.    WILLIAM   R.    (b'91 )— Pb.I.'17 
WIMBKRLY.    ROBERT    W.     (b'94)— Ga  5 '17 
NORTHINOTON,    PAGE   O,    (b'92)— Va  4>I7 
MARQUETTE,    MARTIN    L.     (b'8«)— Ind.20. 

FIELDS.  JAMES  A.   {b'92)— Va.4,'lT 
BROADDUS.    CARL  A.    (b'94)— Va  4.'17 
MALCOMSON.    JOSEPH    E.     (b'86)— Mich. 7. 

OLIPHANT.     (IIARLES     L.     {b'89)— Mo.34, 

'17 
HOOKER.   JAMES   F.    (b'92)— Ky  2 '14 
HOLTOM.  BENJA.MIN  C.    (h'S9)— Mlch.l.'17 
BISHOP.    HUTCHINS    C.     (b'90)— Vt  2.'17 
PORTER.  JOHN   E.    (b'92)— Va.4.'15 
THOMPSON,     GEORGE     D.     (b'8«)— Ind  20 

'16 
RINEY.  CLAUDE  R.    (b'92)— Kan  2.'17 
BEATTY.    WILLIAM     E.     (b'92)— Mich  7. '17 
COLONNA.     CLAUDE     W.     (b'93)— Va  4. '17 
HOLDING.   BRUCE  F.    (b'93)— Va.4.'17 
GOLDEN.    WALDO    E.     (b'93)— Ill.U.'ir 
PEBEHDY.     WILFRED    M.     (b'91)— Conn. 1, 

GIBBS,  DOZIER  H.    (b'95)— Tenn.S.'lT 
HART,    JOHN    F.     (b'87)— ral.9,'12 
BYRNE.S.   W.M.   A.    (li'90)— Ill.ll.'IT 
SHINN.  HERBERT  L.    (b'94)— Md  1.'17 
NORBURN.    <  HARLE8    S.     (b'90)— Va  1    17 
BROWN,    CLAUDE    E.     {b'89)-^-Cal  11.'17 
BOONE.  HORACE  R.   (b'92)— Kan. 2, '17 
KELLEY.    ROBERT    E.    (b'87)— Md.3,'Il 
JOHN.^ON.    FENIMORE    S.     (b'02)— Pa  l.'IT 
BASKK.  HUGO   V.   A.    (b'90)— Ky  2  '17 
•  ROOKS.   WILLIAM   E.    (b'89)  — S.C.l.'U 
SHIELDS.    VICTOR    H.     {b'91)— Vl.2.'17 
MANNING.   WILBI'R   0.    (b'94)— D  C  1 '17 
SHELEY.    NELSON   W.    (b'92)— Mo.2.'17 
FERGUSON,    DAVID    (b'93)— Ga.S.'U 
JORDAN.    LEWIS   G.    (b'02)— NY,  Id '17 
MILLS.    STEPHEN    R.    (b'87)— I'a  12.'10 
TERRY.  JACK  8.   (b'93)— Tex. 2.'17 
BROWN,    JAMES   A.    (b'93)— 0.4.  17 
CHAMPION,    ALBERT    N.    (b'9fl)— Tei  2.'I« 
HUTCHINSON.    HOLLO    W.    (b'91)— MtM.l. 

ANDRUS.  CARLTON  L.    (b'88)— Cal.Il.'lT 
CLEMENTS,   FRANK  H     (b'93)— Ala. 2.'1T 
MULLALY,    EDWARD    F.    (b'90)— Cal  11 'IT 
FHAZER,    JOHN     L.     (b'92)  — Ky.2.'15 
HUD.SON.    MILLARD    F.     (b'S9)— Tenn  5  'IT 
HUBBELL.  JOSEPH  A.    (b'85)— III  22 '17 
I'OPPEN.    JOHN    R.    (b'93)— Mich  1. '17 
JOHNSON.   LINWOOD  H.    (b'HOj  — Me.l.'l« 
MELTON.    EDWARD    C.     (b'93)— Tenn.5,'l« 
EBERT.    EDWIN    C.    (b'89)— Wl.s  6    16 
STRINGER.  JOHN  T.    (b'SS)— Md.l.'L'. 


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E<  KERT    CEOBfJE  A.   <b'R(»— Vl.2.14 
KA(;i-K.    HAKOLD    E.     (b'»4)— K«n  2/17 
H0L(OMB.   HANSOM   U.    (b'87)— Vl.Z.'K 
KOBHIXS,   JOHN   H.    (b'90)— N.Y.3,'17 
MII.I.EK,    JAMES    E.    (b'91)— 111.22.'16 
RIVES,     JAMES     l>.     (b'»l)— Va.4.'16 
AI.I>EN,    (iEORC.E   A.    (b'«l)— Vt.2.'n 
LOWHY,  ELMER  F.    (b'87)— Ky  2,'17 
SHARl".    EI. WOOD   A.    (b'ftl)— Kan.2/15 
CASTEl.I.OE.    COI^V.     (b"88)— l'a,l,'17 
MclMNTOfK.  CEOROE  L.    (b'94)— Md.1  .'K 
HIGHENS,  HARKV   V.    (b"86)— Ark  1.17 
LANOIS.    ESDRAS     (ti'90)— Mliii.i.7.'17 
BVCHEK.    lARL  JOSEI'll    (b'9l))  — Pa.1,16 
I'ETERSON.    EIiWIN    (1/87)  — III. II, '15 
JUI>Y.  ARTIUR   SINCLAIK    (b'!»3l    -l'allf.9. 

•17 
MONT(;OMERV.  HOWARD  HOWLETT  (b'95) 

— II.C.l.'lT 
StOTT.    BEXTd.N    VAN    DYKE    (b'94)— 111. 

6. '18 
WENTZELL.  ALBERT  GOILD    (b'90)— D.C. 

2.1.". 
S(HWARTZ.   JOSEPH    LEON    (b9S)— <;«llf. 

9. '16 

WEEK.    HILLARD    LAKK    (bSK) Ind.20. 

13 
REVNEK.    DANIEL    COOPER    (b'94)— Pa. I. 

■18 
(;RAN(iEK,    FRED    WELLS    (h'»0)— Conn.l, 

'18 
FARRIOR.    JOHN    BROADHIRST     (b'M)— 

Ore.2.'18 
I'OMEBGY.   EARL   SPENCER    (b'88)— C».lf. 

7.13 
RUNNER,    JAMES    FLOYD     (b'89)— Mich  1, 

'17 
DAVIS.    ORRIN    OSCAR     (b'93)— P«.1,'I8 
Ml-LL.   WILLIAM    PETEIt    (b'88)— P«.2.1« 
(;01LI>.  .MARVIN  .MYEK    (b'iiO)— La.l.'H 
ALLEN,   CARY    DAVID    (bSK)— Vh.6.'16 
PF.Ll'SO.    JOSEPH    DOMINIC    (b'»4)  — X.Y. 

43. '18 
SMALL.    WILLIAM    DREW    (b'93)— Me.l.'i;! 
H-VVERLY.    NOR.MAN    JAMES    (b'94)— Neb. 

CARLL.   FRANCIS   WHIPPLE    (b'92)— Mel. 

•18 
FORBES,   SHERMAN   BALCH    (b'94l— Md.l. 

'18 
.McCALL,  EDCAR  FIRMAN  (b'87)— L«.l.'16 
NOLAN.  ROGER  ALEXANDER  (b'9»)— N.Y. 

19.  18 
ROBERTO.    NORMAN,     (b'95)— Pa.9.'18 
DAVIES.   WILLIAM   WALTER,  JR.    (bill)  — 

111,1. '21 
DAVIS.    LEO    LLOYD    (b'9I)— Mo.34.'lT 
DILL.    GEORGE    THEODORE     (b'91)— Va.4. 

'18 
McDER.MOTT.   EDWARD    LEO    (b'88)— N.Y. 

3. '16 
JOHNSON.    AMMI    LLOYT)     (b'92)— Mlch.l. 

21 
BLAKE,  WENDELL  PHILIPS  (b'88)— Calif. 

9  '13 
MOLONEY     JAMES    HOWE    (b'92)— Mas«.l. 

•18 
.MACKEY,   ROGER   DAVID    (b'92)— Va.l.'lS 
FETHERSTON,    JAMES    EDWARD    (b'90)  — 

111. 11. '18 
BROWN,  WARWICK  THOMAS   (b'90)— Kan. 

3  '13 
ARCHAMBEAILT,  CHARLES  PAHL   (b'<j4) 

— N.Y.3.'18 
.MAKER.  PAUL  PATRICK  (b'90)— Mo.34.'14 
ROBERTSON.  CARL  J.    (b'91 1— Mlch.7.'16 
BRADBURY.   WARREN  EDWIN    (b'90)— 111. 

22  *I2 
WYNN?  WILLIA.M   HERBERT    (b'91)— La.l. 

16 
PRBSCOTT.    EUSTACE    HAROLD     (b'94)  — 

S.C.I. '18 
SILVERMAN.   MAX    (b'93)— Ma8s.7,'l5 
SAR-nx.  LEA  BENNETT   (b'90)— La.l.'lS 
MULLER,    FREDERICK   WILLIAM    (b'88)  — 

Callf.9,'12 
MATHIS,  MAURICE  SOUDER    (b'89)— Pa.l. 

'17 
HALL,  WILUAM  WINTHROP  (b'»2)— Minn. 

4.'18 
PILLMORE,  GEORGE   ITLEY   (b'92)— Pa. 2. 

'17 
BARBOUR,  HERBERT  LEO   (b'88)— La.l.'lS 
WHITE,    REX   HARRY    (b-88)— TeniL.'i.ia 
SMITH.  JESSE  WILLIAM  (b'90)— Ky. 2. 17 
TABER,    THOMAS   HENRY    (b'93)— Me.l.  18 
GARDNER,    FRANCIS    PHILLIPS     (b'92)  — 

Va.4,'18 
ANDREWS,  JAMBS  EDWARD  (b'94)— Pa. 2, 

'18 
FUNK.  WILLIAM  HARRIS    (b'93)— Md.7.'20 


SLATTERY.  JOHN  NESTOR  (b'*."!)— Mlch.7, 

■18 
WILSON,   GEORGE    WHEELER    (b'91)— Mo. 

34,14 
PERRY,  WENDELL  H0L.ME8    (b'»«)— Pa.!. 

'19 
LOGUE,  JOSEPH  BRUCE    (b'«5)— Ca.l.'lg 
O'CONNOR,      WILLIA.M      H£NRY      (b'91) 

MaiS.7,'16 
CLOYD.   JOHN   ARCHER    (b'88)— Va.6.'I2 
NOBLE.  HARRY  JOHN   (b'96)— Mlch.7,"I7 
J08LIN,    ROYAL    KNIGHT     (b'8j)  — Mii»^.7. 

'17 
PIER80N,   ARTHUR  HORTON    (b'88)— N.Y. 

9,'14 
SULLIVAN,   EARLE    EUGENE    (b'90)— D.C. 

1.'17 
FITE,  HOUSTON  BARTOW   (b'85)— La  1.13 
LARSON,    GILBERT    HORACE    (b'88)— Wla. 

0LA88MIRE.    CHARLES    MILLER    (b'Se)  — 

Pa. 11.  14 
JOHNSON,  SAMUEL  EARLE    (b'Sg)— Tenn. 

S.'ll 

.Mcdonald,  bathune  freeman  (b'92) 

— I.a.I.'l* 
PLATT.    DANIEL    PHILIPS    (b'8i)— N.Y.19. 

07 
MAESH,  JOHN  ADAM    (b'87)— lnd.20.'«9 
HUNT.   REUBEN   HEYWOOD    (b'80)— Calif. 

1,'05 
OORDO.N.     JAMES     KENNETH     (b-91)— III. 

4.'17 
KRUMMES,    HARRY    PETER    (b'M)— Calif. 

s.'irf 

III   i  >  — lII.l.'Ol 

)•  1....I.1T 

Ai:  'lis    (t.'8!») 

— N.V.:.,  U, 
BRUCKSHAW,        ANDREW        NATHANIEL 

(b'81)— Mass.  5, '09 
HUMBERT,  JAMES    (b'92)— Ky.2.'17 
JA.ME.S.     WILLIAM     BONNER     (b'89)— Mo. 

2.  15 
SALB,   JOHN  AUGU.ST    (b'84)— lnd.I8.'07 
KENNEDY,     WILLIAM    FRANCIS     (b'88l  — 

Pa. 11, 11 
SCOTT,    .MeCLURE     (h'76)— Tenn.Il.'04 
MUNDELL.   JOSEPH   JOSHUA    (h'79)    -DC. 

2.'03 
WALKER.     FRANCIS     DAVID     (1.'88)  — Me. 

1.'13 
McCUNE.  ROYAL  ALBERT    (b'77)— N.Y.19. 

'04 
Mc>LAHON.  ROBERT  LEE   (b'75)— Tex.2.'!<6 
HILL.    FRANKLYN   CHAP.MAN    (b'88)— Pa. 

TATUM.     CHARLES    ROBERT     (b'W)— Va. 

1.'16 
PARKER.  GLENN  J.   (b'88)— Vt.2,'15 
LANE,    CHARLES    WALKER     (b'92)— Pa.9, 

16 
EAKINS.    FREDERICK   JAMES    (b'86)— Ky 

2. '10 
JOSES,    MAURICE     (b'91)— Calif. 2. '10 
PUOSLEY.    FREDERIC    NELSON     (b'83)  — 

.Mo.20.'06 
DUHIGG.    THOMAS    FRANCIS     (b'78|— P«. 

2,'02 
KENNELL,    LLOYD    ARMOUR     (b'89)— Pa. 

9, '17 
BLACKFORD.    COPE    MARTIN    (b'77)— Ky. 

5.'07 
ROOP,  CLAUDE  DILLER   (b'80)— Pa.!.'01 
GAINES.  BENJAMIN  WINSTON    (b'79)— 0. 

1.'09 
BENJAMIN,   JAMES    DEWITT    (b'87)— NY. 

19.'13 
BRIAN.   ENOCH   GEORGE    (b'80)— D.C.I. '03 
BRADY.     EMMETT     JAMES     (b'87)— Cailf 

11. '14 
KE£NER,    HARRY    ALUSON    (b'88)— III. 1, 

'17 
CUMMINGS.     EDWARD     JOSEPH     (b'90)  — 

Mass. 1. '15 
DICKENS,      PAUL     FREDERICK      (b'83)  — 

Tenn.1,'05 
KELLERS.  HENRY   CARSTEN    (b'74)— B.C. 

1.'94 
MINNICK,     WILLIAM     TELL      (b'79)— Ind. 

8,04 
HUitPHREYS.    LINCOLN    (b'91)— Ark.l.'lS 
CECHA.    ALVIN    HASTINGS    (b'91)— Neb.6. 

■15 
SLATER.     ERNEST     FREDERICK     (b'78)  — 

Mo.20,'99 
LITTLE,     RICHARD     MITCHELL      (b'78)— 

D.C.I, 02 
STOWE,    IRVING     ELMER     (b'68)— Mass.l. 

■99 


FIELD,    FRANCIS    PROCTOR     (b77)— N.'V. 

8.'03 
STEELE,    FLEETE    SHELTON     (b-SJ)— Va. 

4,'I3 
GILLS,  WILLIAM  AR.MISTEAD   (b'7«)— Va. 

4. (in 
MARSTELLER,   ACLPFAR  ARELL    (b'84)— 

Va.4.'06 
TOPPER.    JOHN    ALBERT    (b'80)— Pa. 2. '04 
8TEGEK,    EDWARD    MAPLES    (b'80)— Tex. 

2.'02 
YOHANNAN.     I0A8H     ISAAC      (l.'S'.l-Va. 

4,  15 
McGILL,      CHESTER      FRANCIS       (b'88)— 

Mass. T, '15 
QUIRK,   THOMAS   CHRISTOPHER    (b'86)  — 

.Mass. 7, ■IS 
DOCKERY,     EARL     EDWARD      (b'91)— III. 

22. '17 
TOWNER.  FRANK   HOUGH   (b'79)  -Pa. 9.06 
WHITESIDE.   ROSS   UNDERWOOD    (b'92)— 

Ga.S.'IK 
WHEATLEV,    CHARLES    (b'82)— D.C.I, '08 
FABEK.     ALBERT     HENRY,     JR.      (b'95)  — 

N.Y.S."I8 
SMITH,   CLARENCE   NICKKB80N    (b'85)— 

Pa.ll.'io 
ROWE.   WILLIAM   GI'Y    (b'79)— Mo.SO.'OO 
DAVI.S,    JOHN    i;KAHAM     lb'88)— Ia.3.'(Mi 
SCHIKR.     ANTON     ROBERT     (b'75)— Colo. 

3, '93 
BUNKLEY,  WILLIAM  SHEPHERD   (b'93)  — 

T«x4.'18 
KENNY.     CLEAVES     BISHOP     (b'92)— Va. 

«.'I8 
HERMAN.    GEORGE    GROVER     (b'93)— Mo 

34. '18 
QUINN,    GEORGE    POWERS     (b'91)— 111.22. 

'17 
LEUTSKER,    HOY    JOH.V    (b'92)— III  «,'18 
LUDWIG,    FREDERICK    (b'74)— Wl».3.'e2 
MOTT,     GE0R(;E     ERNEST     (b  87)— Ma»». 

7,'13 
MARSHALL,     JOHN     ROSS      (b'87)— Mass. 

1 '18 
CURRIER,    CYRUS    RICHARDSON    (b'8«)  — 

Mass.', '11 
FOUGEROUSSE.    HENRY    LOUIS     (b'8l)  — 

La.l.'08 
SPALDING.    OTIS    BCRGEiSS    (b'75)— Calif. 

1  '98 
HORRIGAN.   DAVID   EDWARD   (b'91)— DC. 

2,'18 
BBTTS,     NORMAN     SINCLAIR     (b'79)— Pa. 

9,'04 
BRANAN,  J.  HOWARD  (b'80)— N.Y.3,'03 
RIDEN.    VICTOR   BEACH    (b'93l— Ga.S.'lS 
SABISTON,    FRANK     (b'92l— Md.l.'18 
BOWLES,    JAMES     PURYEAR     (b'85)— Va. 

4.'11 
BRU.NSON,    CLYDE    WINDON     (b'92)— Pa. 

I.'IS 
BLACKWOOD,    JAMES    DOU(;LAS.    JR.     (b 

'81)— Pa.l. '03 
ANGELL.  WORCESTER  RANDOLPH  (b'78)0 
BARKER,  ZACHARIAH  ALVIN   (b'83)— Ore. 

1.'08 
BOSTICK.     JOHN     BENTON     (b'75)— Calif 

7. '13 
HUGHES.     FRANK    ALEXANDER     (b'83)  — 

Va.4.'06 
SLEDCJE,   ROBERT  FRANKLIN   (b'88)— Md. 

I. '18 
LEIGH.  WILUAM  FREDERICK   (b'90)— Pa. 

2.'1« 
GAITHER.  ALFRED   LONG    (b'93)— Pa.l.'lS 
FRANCIS.    CARROLL    HAMPTON     (b'84)— 

Pa. 11, '09 
STELTEB.  EMIL  JOSEPH   (b'88)— Mo,43.'17 
TERRELL.  JAMBS   FLOYD    (b'95)— Va.4.'18 
JEWELL,   JES.SE    DALE    (b'91)— Ore.2,'18 
MILLER,    HARVEY    WAVE     (b'84)— Ind.20, 

•12 
LANKFORD.    JOSEPH    FREDERICK     (b'85) 

— Ind.20,'09 
QUIN,     FRANK     WOODWARD     (b'78)— La. 

l,'ll 
TIERNEY.     FRANCIS     EDWARD      (b'93)  — 

NY. 43. '18 
COSTELLO,  CHARLES   ANTHONY   (b'77)  — 

Ill.l.'Ol 
AMMER.MAN,    CHARLES    CLARK     (b'68)  — 

D.C.I, '06 
TAY'LOR,     ELWIN     CARLTON     <b'75)— Pa. 

1,'01 
KAVENEY,    JOSEPH    JAMES     (b'80)— D.C. 

2,'04 
SPARKMAN,  EDWARD  HERIOT,  JR.   (b'80) 

—S.C.I, '04 
WHITING,    JAMBS    HAY-NOR     (b'72)— NY'. 

1.'96 


81 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTORY 


HARRISON,     FORREST     M.      (b'92)— D.C.I. 

■14 
NOBEEN,  HAROLD  ANDERS   (b"87)— Minn. 

4, '16 
TAYLOR,    EVERETT    BLAKELEY    (b'92)  — 

S.C.1,'17 
HART,     GEORGE     GRAHAM      (b'T8)— N.Y. 

1.'02 
WIGGS,  LESLIE  BYRON   (b'81)— Va.4.'07 
BRYANT,     FREDERICK     JAMES      (b'76)  — 

Caltf.7,'09 
WEBSTER,    FRANCIS    HOWE     (b'83)— Me. 

1.11 
THOMAS,     ROBERT     WILLIAM      (b'77)— O. 

1,'05 
RAFFERTY,   DONALD  GEORGE    (b'82)— Pa. 

12,-08 
LOWRY,  ROBERT  SPEAR  (b'80)— P«.ll.'04 
BURKE,    HAMPDEN    AULICK     {b'85)— Va. 

4,'07 
DICKINSON,     DWIGHT,     JR.      (b'86)— D.C. 

2. '09 
CHENERY,    ALAN    JEFFRIES     (b'90)— Va. 

4,'17 
GILMER,    JOHN    PARKER    (b'76)— Ky.1,'99 
DEY,    WALTER   PETTUS    (b'81)— Md.9,'04  ; 

La.l.'09 
HUGHES,  RICHARD  >VILLIAM   (b"88)— S.C. 

l,'ll 
GROFF,  CHRSTER  C.   (b'81)— Md.4,'05 
STOVER,      .MELVIN      SHELL       (b'96)— S.C. 

1,'17 
LEGGB,   KENNETH   DARTMOUTH    (b'95)  — 

Md.l,'17 
EPSTEIN,    WILLIAM    ABRAHAM     (b'9S)  — 

Colo.2,'17 
TINNEY,  ALFRED  GRANT  (b'79)— Pa.2,'03 
WHITE,  ARTHUR  JA\    (b'89)— 0.6,'17 
POMEROY,    RAY    EM.MET   ALFRED    (b'93l 

— Ore.2,'16 
WYATT,    HARRISON   LEE    (b'88)— Mo.2,'H 
SHADDAY,  ALVA  ADRAIN  (b'»l)— Ky.2,'17 
LAWLER,     ROBERT     JAMES     (b'82)— N.Y 

6,'04 
BROWN.  CYRUS  CATHEY   (b'86)— Md.7,'12 
HUBBARD,   HENRY  DeWITT    (b'95)— Calif. 

9,'17 
CROUSE,  WILLIAM  FORREST   (V89)— N  C 

4,'17 
HENRY,    JONATHAN    EDWARDS     (b'82)  — 

Colo.2,'ll 
MANION.    JAMBS    LORNE    (b'83)— P«.l.'10 
FISH,   GUY    (b'91)— N.Y.3,'15 
FITZ-SIMONS,    LOUIS    ELWOOD     (b'87)  — 

S.C.l.'K 
TAYLOR.     CHARLES     WALLACE     (b'92)  — 

Callf.5,"17 
HOLTOGEL.    CLARENCE    FLOYD     (b'»l)  — 

Ky.2.'17 
SMITH,  JOHN  GREGG    (b'90)— ya.4,'15 
CANNON,     HENRY     GRADEY      (b'89)— G«. 

11, '12 
POLAK.    ISAAC    BENJAMIN    (b'94)— Mms. 

7,'18 
WEST.    HIRA.M    BACHELDEB    (b'79)— N.B. 

1,'00 
SHAAB,   CAMILLE    M.    (b'91)— Pa  2 '1« 
HASELTON,   FREDERICK  RUSSELL    (b'»2) 

— Ga.5,'18 
YORK,    DBSSE  ATHILL    (b'93)— G».5,'18 
MU.NSELL,    WILBERT    WATKINS    (b'78)  — 

111  4. '01 
MOORE.  WILLIAM    (b'90)— Ind  20.'18 
FARMER,   JOHN    LEE    (b'95)— Tex  4,'18 
-MOYNAN,      WILLIAM     THOMAS      (b'79)  — 

.N.Y.I.'Ol 
O'CO.NNELL.   JOHN    THOMAS    (b'89)— Neb 

6, '18 
STONE,   LESLIE  OGBURN    (b'95)— Pa  2   18 
HERNANDEZ-USERA.     VINCENT     (b-98)  — 

D.C2.'18 
WEBER.    HENRY    CHARLES     (b'87)— WU. 

WARD,    ERNEST    (b'94)— Tex.4.'18 
HAYWORTH.   ROY  WASHINGTON    (b'»5)  — 

ADAM.S,    BENJAMIN    HARRISON     (b'88)  — 

Ia.3,'18 
SCHWARTZ,       FREDERICK      LEONHARDT 

(b'97)— N.Y.6,'17 
HINE8.  CLIFFORD  CENTNER    (b'94)— D.C 

1.'17 
CRAGIN,    HORACE    STUART    (b'89)— M»s». 

THOWBRIDGE,     STUART     J.      (b'»I)— WU. 

6. '15 
BOWMAN,  DAVID  OBERON   (b'87)— 0.6 '18 
0;NEIL.  JOHN   BROOKS    (b'93)— Va.l,'18 
tHILDS,   COLVIN   BURR    (b'85)— III  6.'09 
ATCHISON,     CHARLES     MOHAN       b'8I)- 


SIGLER,     BAXTER     HOPEWELL     (b'92)  — 

Tenn.6,'18 
JOHNSON,   WALTER   RALEIGH    (b'8S)— 111. 

8,'12 
KIMBALL.     JAMBS     CALVIN      (b'89)— Me. 

1,'18 
HARRELL,    WILLIA.M    HENRY    (b'95)— Pa. 

1,18 
DeFONEY,  (LINTON  GITHENS  (b'8T)— Pa. 

1,'10 
DICKSON,   JA.MES    GILLESPIE    (b'93)— Pa. 

1,'18 
WHITE,     SA.MUEL     HOWARD      (b'92)— Md. 

1,'18 
ROBLES,    CHARLES   WALTER    (b'84)— Md. 

I, '18 
GOODBODY,     EDWARD    JOSEPH     (b'94)  — 

N.Y.43.'18 
HUNTER,     DeWITT     TALMADfiE     (b'86)  — 

Md.1,'18 
BLACKWELL,    RICHARD   BERTRAM    (b'93) 

— Va.4,15 
SUTHERLIN,    CECIL    GLENN     (b'87)— Ind, 

20,'1$ 
ANGEL,  FURMAN    (b'96)~Pa.2,'18 
TERRELL,   CHARLES   GALLOWEY    (b'86)  — 

Tenn.6,'17 
JOHNSTON,    HOWELL    COMPTON    (b'87)  — 

I11.4,'12 
CARTER,     THOMAS     LESLIE      (b'92)^-Va. 
4,'17 

Assistant  Surftons 
With  ranic  of  Lieutenant,  Junior  Grade 
BRAUN,   JEROME    (b'80)— La.1,'10 
GUTHRIE.      WILSON     GREGORY      (b'93)  — 

Tenn.6.'18 
PETERS,     DAVID     BOATLER     (b'81)— D.C. 

1,'17 
BEHRENS,    CHARLES    FREDERICK     (b  96) 

— Pa.l.'20 
DESAUTELS.     ALBERT    JOSEI'H     (b'»«)— 

Vt.2,'20 
BARKER.    FRANK    TALMAGE    (b'94)— Md. 

l.'I9 
COCHRANE.    ROBERT    .M.     (b'92)— Pa.l.'17 
BULLOCK.     DUNCAN     DOUGLAS     (b'93) 

8.C.1,'20 
HOLLANDER,   BEN    (b'89)— D.C.I, '20 
FLOTTE,     CAMILLE     JOSEPH     (b'95)— Pa 

1,'19 
CLARK.     CHARLES     EUGENE     (b'94)— Pa 

13.'19 
BANVARD,  NAVY  FRANCIS  XAVIER  (b'96) 

.Md.l,'20 
OlONNOR,    JA.MKS    JOSEPH    (b'»S)— N«b. 

6.'19 
EDMISTEN.    LOYD   LEWIS    (b'96)— 111.  1. '20 
ROHOW,    FRED    .MEHTKN     (h)t6> —111.22.' 17 
MOXON,      FRANK      .MACQUAIHE      (b'89) 

Wl8.6,19 
MILLAN,    LYLE   JORDAN    (b'»«)— D.C.I, '21 
DUNCAN.    ROBERT    E     (b'94)— Pa.2.'19 

Acting  Assistant  Surgeons 

With  rank  of  Lieutenant,  Junior  Grnile 
PAYNE.  JAMKS  HENRY    (b'63)--  Masai. 89 
MICHELK,      ROBERT      HENRY      (b'79)      II) 

1,'00 
TOWNSEND,    WILLIAM    Gt  Y     (b'64)— Md 

1  '88 
MctwAN,  SAMUEL  WILSON   (b'85)— Minn 

4.'10 
8TSAENS,    ALBERT   W,    (b'85)— Masa.7,'10 
HEFFER.NAN,   DAVID  A,    (b'81)— Maaa.1,02 
RUSSELL,  WORTHINGTON  8.    (b'70)— N  V 

5.'93 
MacISAAC.   JOHN   A.    (b'74)— MMt.l.'96 
ERSKINE.    EARL    B.    (b'9e)— Neb  5 '14 


U.     8.     NAVY     RETIRED 
NUMBER  or  PHYSICIANS,  111 

Surgaons-Ganeral 

With  rank  of  Rear  Admiral 

VAN  REYPEN,  WILLIAM  K,   (b'40)— N.Y.S. 

'«2 
RIXEV.  PRESLEY  MARION  (b'5I)— Va.l,'7» 
BKAISTED.   WILLIAM   C.    (b'64)— N.Y.1.'88 

Madloal   DIraetors 

With  rank  of  Rear  Admiral 

WIN8L0W.      GEORGE     FREDK.      (b'42)  — 

MaM.1,'64 
COOKE,    GEORGE    HENRY    (b'36)— Pa.4,'57 


Medieal   DIraoton 
With   rank  of  Commodore 
DICKINSON.    DWIGHT     (b'47)— N,Y.6,'69 
GREEN,     EWARD     HARRIS     (b'52)— N.Y.I, 

'14 
DU  BOSE.  WILLL4M  R.   (b'54)— Va.l.'75 
GATEWOOD,    JAS.    D.     (b'54)— Va.1,'79 

Medical   Directors 
With  rank  of  Captain 
DIXON,    WM.    SUEL    (b'47)— D.C.2,'68 
STREETS,  THOMAS  HALE    (b'47)— Pa,l.'76 
SIMONS,   MANLY  HALE    (b'49)— Mlch.l,'71 
BOYD,    JOHN    CALVERT     (b'50)— N.Y  5,'72 
BERTOLETTE,   DANIEL  NICHOLAS    (b'51l 

—Pa. 2, '72 
RHOADES.     ARCHIBALD     CRAIG     (b'36)  — 

N.Y.I, '59 
DERR,  EZRA  ZACHARIAS    (b"51)— Va.l.'rO. 

N.Y.5.'72 
DICKSON.    SAMUEL   HENRY    (b'49)— Pa  2, 

'90 
LOVERINO.     PHILLIPS     ADAMS     (b'5I)  — 

Mas8.1,'75 
HIBBKT.  CHAS.  T.    (b'51)— Va.1,'74 
GARDNER.     JAMES    EDWIN     (b'50)— La.I. 

76 
DIEHL.  OLIVER    (b'56)— Pa.2.'79 
EDGAR.  JOHN  M.    (b'58)  — Pa.l.'SO 
LEACH.   PHILIP    (b'55)— 111.1.-81 
CUBTI.-i,    LLOYD    W.    (b"',i6l— Pa  1  '80 
NASH,    FRANCIS    S.     (b'54)— Va  1.'77 
STOKES.    CHAS.    y     (b'63)— N.Y.1,'84 
SPRATLING,    LECKINSKI    W.    (b'67)— NY. 

MORRIS,    LEWIS    (b'67)-  -Md  I. '90 
FAUNTLEKOY.    ARCHIBALD     M.     (b'76)  — 
Va.l.'01 

Medical    Inspaetors 

With   rank  of  Commander 

3TKPHENS0N.  FRANKLIN  BACHE  (b'48)  — 

STEELE.  JOHN  MURRAY  (b'5S)— Pa  1.'73 
ECKSTEIN.  HENRY  CLAY  (b'36)— Pa.1,'62 
LUMSDEN,     GEORGE     PEEBLES     (b'53)  — 

Va.4."76 
RUSSELL,     AVERLY      CLAUDE     HOLMES 

(b'53)— Va. I, '78 
BIDDLE,    CLE.MENT     (b'54)— Pa  2 '78 
KITT8,  HENRY  BIRD   (b'58)— Va.I,'80 
FURLONG,    FRANCIS    M      (b'73)— D  C.S,'95 
ASSBRSON,     FREDERICK     A.      (b'79)— Va. 

JOHNSO.V,  MOULTON  K.  (b'69)— Va  1  '95 
OHNESORG,    KARL    (b'73)-Pa.l,'95 

Surtaont 

With  rank  of  Lieutenant  Commander 

MACiRlDER,    ALEX.     FITZHUGH     (b'49)  — 

I)  (•.4, '71 
BALDWIN,    LLOYD     BYRON     (b'53)— Pal, 

'74 
CORDEIRO,    FREDERICK    JOAQUIN    BAR- 

B08A    (b'59l— Ma»«.l,'84 
KITE,   ISAA(-  WALTER    (b'6I)— Va.4,'85 
DECKER,   CORBIN   J.    (b'61)— Pa  2 '80 
URIE,    JOHN     FRANCIS     (b'62)— Ma88.I.'88 
ROTHGANGER,  GEORGE   (b'64)— Cal.l,'8a 
BAGG.   CHAHI.ES    I'ERRY    (b'66)— Cal.6,'88 
BUCHER.  WILLIAM  HENRY  (b'74)— Pa. 11, 

'96 
HUN'HNGTON,  ELON  OBED    (b"69)— N.Y.I 

'96 
GRUNWELL,    ALFRED    GILBERT    (b'7S)  — 

DC.  I, '95 
GUTHRIE,  JOSEPH   ALFRED    (b'66)— Va  1 

'90 
B0(;AN,    FRED    M     (b'7I )— D.C.I,'9S 
DVKEH,  JAMES  H.    (b'73)— V«.l,'97 
EVTINGE,    ERNEST  0.  J.    (b'80)— N.Y.I, '04 
STRITE,  CLARENCE  E.    (b'77)— Md  4.'02 
BAKER,    JOHN    W.     (b'OO)-  Mn»8.1,'0.'> 
TAYLOR,  JUIXSON  L.    (bSl)     Tex  2, '03 
JBNNESS.    BURT    F.     (h'76)      N.H.I. '99 

Passed  Assistant  Surtaoni 

With  rank  of  Lieutenant  Commander 
MORAN.     (HARLES     L.     (b'79)— .Mn»«.l.'05 
DOD(iE.    ARTHUR    H      (b'78)— Pa  2.'04 
PHILLIPS.     EAKLE     W.     (b'83)— N  Y.20.'05 
SIIEEHAN,   ROBERT   F.    (bSD— N  Y.6.'04 
BOW.MAN.   FOSTER    H.    (b'86)— Pa. 1. '13 
QUINN,   JAMB.M    M.    (I)'S8)— Md.4.'ll 
HOWARD,  JA.MES  .MANNING,  JR.    (b'»l)  — 

Va.l,'15 
KB()NE.      WILLIAM      FRANK      (b'92)— La. 

1.  16 


82 


MEDICAL     OFFICERS     OF     GOVERNMENT     SERVICE 


Sunaen* 

With  rank  of  Lieutenant 
GAINES,    JAMES    HENBY    (b'48)— Pa.2,'70 
GUITERAS,   DANIEL   M.    (b'53)— Pa.1,'74 
CRAIG,    THOMAS    CANBY    (b'55)— Pa.l.'SO 

Pauad  Auiitant  Surgeons 

With   rank   nf   Lieutenant 

MYEItS.  TALLYRAND  DESAIX   (b'4«)— Pa 

2. 'tis 
HEEFENGER.   ARTHUR    COWTON    (b'52)  — 

Md.1,'75 
LIPPINCOTT,     GEORGE     COOTE      (b'SO)  — 

MORGAN.    DANIEL    HENRY     (b'TO)— Md.l, 

"91 
BELL,    WILLIAM    LISLE     {b'75)— Cal.2,'88 
DELANCY.     CHAS.     HERMANCE     (b"66)  — 

N.Y.I,'91 
McDONNALD,    PAUL    EWINO    (b'72)— D.C. 

1.'98 
MAYERS,     GEORGE     MARSHALL     (b'77)  — 

Va.l,'»0 
SHOOK.  FRANCIS  MARION   (b'80)— MIch.l. 

'04 
MUNSON.  FRANCIS  M.  (b'78)— Pa.U.*99 
HALTON,    EDWARD    P.     (b'82)— Conn.l.Or. 
McCLANAHAN,  KICE   KEMPER    (b'73)— Pa. 

^.■98 


LA   MOTTE,   HENBY    (b'68)— Pa.1,'89 
OLSON,      GEORGE      MANGHILL      (b'83)  — 

Minn. 4. '04 
STANI.EY,     ARTHUR     CAMP     (b'82»— D  C 

l.'Oe 
JOHNSTON,    HENBY    CABAVA'n     (b95) 

Va.4,'I6 

Paaaad  AulaUnt  Sttrgaont 
With     rank    of    Lieutenant.     Junior     Grade 
BATTLE.    SAMUEL    W.     (b'54)— N.Y.10.'75 
STONE.    LEWIS    HIRAM     (b'68)— N.Y.1.'89 
BBODBICK.    BICHARD    GODFREY    (b'70)  — 

Cal.l.'»2 

Aiiiitant  Surgaoni 

With  rank  of  Lieutenant 

nCKEL.     WIU.IAM     HANNA      (b-87)— Mo 

2.'11 
LAR8EN,    REUBEN    l^ONARD    (b'90l— III. 

(.'16 
LKYIN.     OeCAB     SAMUEL      (b'90)— Minn. 

4.'ie 
KENNISON.    SAMUEL    (b'9I)— M«»».l,'17 
HH.DEBKANU,    C.USTAVE    JOHN     (b'92)  — 

111.11, '17 
WILLIAMS,    WILLIAM   PILGRIMA    (bil4) 

N.Y.19,'17 
GILBERT,    BOYD    (b'8T)— fl«.5.'l« 


DOLAN,    FBANCIS    PATRICK     (b'92)— Wla. 

6,'I4 
HLTFMAN.    LE8TEB    D.     (b'90)— Ind.20.'I6 
BLAKE.     WILUAM     CAMPBELL     (b'93)— 

Md.7,'17 
inLLER,   WILLIAM    McCARTNKY    (b'9I)  — 

III. 22, '16 
ANDREWS,    EDWARD    DAVID    (b'87)— SC. 

1,'17 
HATCHER,  CHARLES   .MILLER    (b'88)— Va. 

4, '17 
ASHLEY,   GLAI8TER   HEROD    (b'90)— Colo 

2, '15 
LATIMER,  JAMES  BROCKINGTON  (b'tl)— 

S.C.l.'K 
CALDWELL.     KENNETH    SIMMS     (b'»t)  — 

MlnD.4.'18 
DYKR,   HENRY   LATHROP    (b'96)— Me.l,'18 
THOMPSON,     DAVID     CHESTER     (b'81)  — 

Man. 1, 05 

AailtUnt  Surgaont 

With  rank  i<f  Lieutenant,  Junior  Grade 
FLAGO,  SAMUEL  DAY  (b'38)— Pa.2.'59 
UPPITT.    THOMAS    McCORMICK     (b'73)  — 

Va.6.'97 
STONE,     MACK     VORHEES     (b:.-;)— Calif. 

2, '96 
SUTTON,    RICHARD    LIGHTBURX    <b'78)  — 

Mo.ZO.'Ol:  D.C.I,  04 


MEDICAL  OFFICERS  OF   UNITED  STATES  PUBLIC   HEALTH   SERVICE 

with  Year  of  Birth.  College  and  Year  of  Graduation,  Dat«  of  Present  Conunlaalon.  and  Date  of  Bnterinc  Serrtee. 


NUMBER  OF  PHYSICIANS,  MS 


Surgeon -General 
CUMMING,    HUGH    S.— Va.l,'9:f :    Va.8,'94  ; 
Apr.22,'ll ;  May  25,'94 

Assistant  Surieon-Generals 

WHITE.    MARK    J.    (b'75)— Ga.10,'97 ;    Mar. 

3. '13;  July  29.'98 
KERR.  JOHN  W.   (b'71)— 0.6.'97  ;  Mar.S/IS  ; 

Dec  23, '98 
LONG,  JOHN  D.— Pa.1,'97;  Mar.3,'l3;  Apr. 

9. '00 
LLOYD,      BOLIVAR     J.      (b'72)  -Tex.2,'97 ; 

Mar.3,'13  :  Apr.9,00 
STIMSON.    ARTHUR    M.    (b'TtJI   -N.Y.8.'98; 

Aug.l4.'14;  July  17, '02 
SMITH,  FREDK.  C.   (b'74)— Pa.2.'03  ;  Jan. 3. 

■16:  July  2.5, '03 
DRAPER,    WARREN   F.    (b'83)— Mas.s.1,'10 : 

Aug.l4,'14:  July  12,  10 

Assistant  Surgeon -GMierals  At  Large 
CARTER,  HENBY  R.  (b'53)— Md.1,'79 ;  Mar. 

6,'15;    May    5,'79 
BLUE,    RUPERT    (b'68)— Md.1,'92 :    May    1, 

'09;  Mar.3,'93 
WHITE.   JOSEPH  H.— Md.3,'83;   Mar.22.'15  ; 

Oct.2,'84 
WILLIAMS,     LOUIS     L.     (b'59)— S.C.I, '80 ; 

May  8,'16;  Feb.6.'85 

Senior    Surgeons 
AUSTIN,  HIRAM  W.— MIch.l. '75  ;  Mar.3.'13  ; 

Feb.23,'76 
GASSAWAY.    JAMES    M.— Pa.2.'82 ;    Mar.3, 

13;  Apr.i;,'76 
STONER.    GEORGE    W.— X.Y.10.'76 ;    Mar.3. 

■13;   Oct.28.'76 
IRWIN.  FAIRFAX— Pa.l. '77  ;  Mar.S.'lS  ;  May 

5  '79 
BANKS.  CHARLES  E.— N.H.I, '78  ;  Mar.3,'13; 

July  6. '80 
CARMICHAEL,      DUNCAN      A— Que.1,'73 ; 

Mar.3,'13;  Feb.4,'81 
KALLOCH,    PARKER    C— Pa. 2, '81 ;    Mar.l3. 

'13;  Jan.23.'82 
GLENNAN,  ARTHUR  H.— N.Y.5.'82  ;   Mar.3, 

'13  ;   June   6.'83 
BROOKS.   STEPHEN  D.    (b'53)— Ma5S.l.'82 ; 

.Mar.3. '13;   Mar.15,'84 
PETTUS,    WILLLAM    J.— Va.4,'84 ;    June    9, 

'17;  Feb.5,'86 
MAGRUDER.  GEORGE  M.— Va.l.'84  ;  Jan.23. 

•00;  Apr.24,'86 
COBB,    JULIUS    O.— S.C.1,'83;    May    21.'02 ; 

Feb.21,'88 
GUITERAS,     GREGORIO     M.     (b'63)— Pa.l, 

85  ;  May  19, '20  ;  July  23, '08 


PERRY,  JAMBS  C.  (b'63l— Md.I.'SS ;  Mar.6, 

'15:  Mar.2I,'89 
YOUNG.   GEO.   B.    (b'60)— Md.1,'87  ;  June  2, 

'06;  Jan.30,'90 
STIMPSON,  WM.  G.   (b'65)— D.C.I, '88;  June 

2,'06;  Mar.  11, '90 
BROWN,    BENJ.    W.    (b'6I)— Va.1,'86 ;    Dec 

1 9, '07  :  Juoe23.'90 
GABDNER.     CHAS.     H.      (b'»4)— D.C.I.'JO : 

May  I. '09;  Jan.28.'92 
SPRAGUE.     EZRA     K.     (b'66)— Mass  6.'»0 : 

May  I, '09:  Apr.19.93 
PIERCE.     CLAUDE     C.     (b-78)— Tenn.9.'98 : 

Mar. 4,15;   June  22.'00 

Surgeons 
CARRINGTON.    PAUl.   M.    (b'62)— Md.3,'83 ; 

Jan. 23. '99;    Jan. 16, '85 
STONER.  JAMES  BUCHANAN  (b'61)— Pa.2. 

'85;  Jan.lO.'O:);  Feb. 21. '88 
NYDEGGER.     JAMES     ARCHIBALD— Md.l. 

'92  ;  Feb.4.'09  ;  July  1,'92 
OAKLEY,    JAMES    H  — I11.8.'»l ;    Mayl,'09  ; 

Mar.21.'93 
WICKES.  HENBY  W.  (b'69)— Md.l,'»» ;  Aug. 

3, '10;  May  25, '94 
COFER.   LELAND   E  — Va.4,'89  ;  Apr.22,'ll ; 

Not, 21, '90 
MATHEWSON,     HENRY     SMITH      (b'67)  — 

N.Y.I, '93:  Feb.22,'12;  Apr.V96 
CLARK.     TALIAFERRO— Va.I.'90;      Feb.23. 

*12  •    Mftr  ^S  '97 
LA VINDEr!' CLAUDE    H.    (b'72)— Va.I,'95  ; 

Mar.3.'13;   Mar.25.'97 
Mcmullen,     JOHN— Md.l,"95 ;     Mar.S.'lS : 

May  12,'97 
GRUBBS,    SAMUEL    BATES    (b'71)— N.Y.I, 

'96  ;  .Mar.3.'13  ;  May  17, '97 
FOSTER.   MILTON   H.— Pa.1,'97  ;   Mar.3,'13  ; 

.Mar.7,'98 
LUMSDEN,     LESLIE     L.— Va.1,'94 ;     Mar.3, 

*13  ■  Msr  9  '98 
FRIcks,  LiUMSFORD  D.  (b'73)— Tenn.9.'97  ; 

M.ir.3.'13  :  JulT  29.98 
HEISER.      VICTOR      G.— Pa.2.'97 ;      Mar.3. 

'13;  Aug.3.'98 
BILLINGS.      W.      CHESTER   —   Mass.1,'94 ; 

Mar.3.'13;  Dec.23.'98 
ROBINSON,    DANA    E.— 0.1,'96 ;    Mar.3,'13; 

Dec  23  '98 
CORPUT,    GUSTAVE    M.— Ga.10,'97 ;   Mar.3. 

'13  ■  Dec  23  '98 
KING,     WAL'TER    W.— La.1,'97  ;    Mar.3.'13 ; 

Mar.9,'99 
RAMUS,  CARL— III. 1,'97  ;  Mar.3,'13;   Mar.9, 

'99 
MOORE.       DUNLOP— Pa.l.'93;       Mar.3,'13; 

May  31,'99 
FOX,  CARROLL— Pa.l.'97  ;  May  12,'13  ;  July 

25,'99 


OOLDBERGER  JOSEPH— N.Y.I0,'85:  Mar.3. 

'13 ;   July  2S.'99 
KORN,  WILLIAM  A.— Conn.l.'»I:  Mar.S.'lS: 

July  25.'99 
TROTTER.  FREDK.  E— Va.1,'95;  Mar.3,'13; 

July  25,'99 
VOGEL,     CHARLES     W.      (b'70)— Md.3,'»5 : 

Mar.3,'13;  July  25, '99 
GWYN.  MATTHEW  K.— Md.«,'»7 ;  MAr.3,'13  : 

Aug.3.'98 
SCHERBSCHEWSKY.   JOSEPH   W.    (b'73)  — 

N.H.I. '99;   .Mar.3. '13;  Nov  2, '99 
Mclaughlin,  ALLAN  J.— Mich.7,'96 ;  Mar 

3,'I3  :   Apr.3,'00 
GLOVER.     MERWIN    W.     (b'74)— D.C.2.'98 ; 

Mar.3.'13 ;  Apr.9.'00 
FRANCIS.      EDWARD— 0.9,'97  ;     Mar.3,'13  ; 

June  22.'00 
BAHHENBERG.   LOUIS  P.H— 0.8,'96;  Mar. 

3.'13;   June  22, '00 
McCOY.     GEORGE    WALTER     (b'76)— Pa.l. 

•98:  Mar.3,'13;  June  22,'00 
WARREN,  BENJ.  S.    (b71)— La.l.'9I ;  Mar. 

3,'13;  June  22,  00 
BOGGESS,  JOHN  SAMUEL   (b'T3)— 0.9,'98 ; 

Mar.3.'13;   June  22,'00 
WILSON,  EGBERT  L— Tex.2,'98  ;  reb.3,'14  ; 

NoT.22,'99 
BURKHALTER,    JOHN   T— Md.9,'99;   reb.3, 

'14  ;   June  22,'00 
RUCKER.    WILLIAM     C— Ill.l,'97 ;    Aug.l4, 

'14;  July  27, '02 
CREEL.     RICHARD    H.— Mo.20,'00 :    Aug.l4, 

'14;  Julv27,'n2 
EBERSOLE.     RUEL     E.— Va.l.'OO ;     Aug.l4, 

'14  ;  July  27,'02 
TBASK,     JOHN     W.— Vt.2,'04 ;     Aug.l4,'14: 

Aug.l6,'02 
FOSTER,    ALBERT   D.— Mich  1.'99 ;    Dec.31, 

'14;  NoT.17,'02 
ROBERTSON,   HOLCOMBE   McG— Va.l.'OO  ; 

Dec.31.'14;  NoT.17.'02 
ROBERTS.  NOR.\LAN   (b'76)— Pa.l.'97  ;  Jan. 

3.'16;  July25.'03 
COLLINS.    GEORGE    L.    (b'52)— Maas.l.'OO ; 

Jan.3.'16 ;    July  25,'03 
EBERT,     HARVY     G.— Va.1,'01 ;     Jan.3,'16 ; 

July  25.'03 
MANNING.  HERBERT  M.— D.C.l.'OO  ;  Jan. 3. 

'16;  July25,'03 
MeKEON,    FRANCIS    H.— D.C.2,'02 ;    July  3, 

'16  ;  May  2,'04 
SWEET,  ERNEST  A.— N.Y.3,'00  ;  July  3,'16 ; 

May  2,'04 
FROST.  WADE  H.— Va.l,'03  ;  reb.3,'09  ;  Jan. 

13.'05 
MULLAN,     EUGENE     H.— Md.l,'03;     Feb.2, 

■09 ;     Jan.l3,'05 
DE     VALIN,     HUGH— Pa.l, '99  ;     Dec.l5,'09  ; 

Aug.30,'05 


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i;UTHRIE.  MARSHAL  C— N.C.l.'Ol ;  Dec.15. 

■09;  Aug.30.'05  ,_,,, 

SIMPSON,  FRIENCH— Tex.2,'03  ;  Jnn.l8,'ll ; 

Oct.l,'06 
HURLEY,      JAMES      RAYMOND       (b'80)  — 

Calif.2,'03;  Dec.20,'ll ;  May  4, '07 
BRYAN,     WILLIAM     M.— Va.l.'OS;     June  2, 

'11  ;  May  4,'07 
MARSHALL,  EDWARD  R.— Mlch.l,'05 ;  Jan. 

27  .'12;  Aug.8,'07 
KRULISH,       EMIL— D.C.1,'0d;      Dec.20.'Il  ; 

Aug.8,'07 
WARXER.  HARRY  J.— D.C.l.'O.  ;  June  a,20  ; 

Apr.S.'OS 
OLESEN,      ROBT.  —  D.C.2,'05  ;      June  5.'20  ; 

Apr.l,'08 
PREBLE,   PAUI^Md.7,07  ;   May  4, '21 ;  Oct. 

20.'08 
GRIMM,    RANDOLPH    M.    (b'S2)— Md.7.'08 ; 

Mav  4. '21  :  Oct. 20. 'OS 
RIDLOX.  JOSEPH   B.— Me.l,'06;   May  4,'21 ; 

Oct.20,'08 
FAUNTLEROY,      CHARLES      M.— Va.l,'06 ; 

Mav  4. '21 :  Apr.l,'08 
HAS.'iELTIXE,    H.    E.— M(I.4,'04  ;   May  4,'21 ; 

July  21,'09 
LEAKE,    JAJIES    P.— La.l.'Ol ;    Mass.l,'07 ; 

Aui:.7,'13:   July  21. '09 
KOLB.     LAWRENCE— Md.l, '08;     May  4, '21  ; 

July  21,'09 
TIRNIPSEED,  DAVID  C— La.l,'04  ;  May  4. 

•21:   Mar.li.'lO 
KNIGHT,    CARLISLE   P.    (b'80)— D.C.1,'04 ; 

May  4, '21 ;  Mar.l6.'10 
THOMPSON.     L.     R.— Ky.4.'03;     May  4, '21 ; 

Septe.'lO 
PARCHER,     GEORGE— Masa.l.'lO :     May  4, 

'21 ;  Mar.22,'ll 
SCHWARTZ,     LOUIS- Pa.2,'05;    May  4, '21 ; 

Mar.22,'ll 
HETERICK,    ROBERT   H.— O.l,'06:    O.i.'ll ; 

Mav4.'21  ;  Oct. 2.  II 
WILLIAMS,  CHAKI.KS  U— Va.1,'11 ;  July  3, 

•16;  May  13.'12 
KEMPF.     GROVER     ANDREW— Ind.I(),'10; 

Mav  4,  21;  Aug.12.^12 
NEILL.     .MATHER    H.— Ma«9.1.'09 ;    Aug.27. 

21 ;  Mar.3,'13 
WHITE.    HARRY    F.— Va.6,08 ;    Aug.27.'21 ; 

Mar.5.'I3 
CARMEIJA,    FRANCIS    A.— Pa.2,'ll ;    Aug. 

27, '21  ;  Mav  12. '13 
HOOPER.     LIONEL     E.— D.C.J.'U ;    Aug.27. 

21 :  May  12. '13 
SCOTT.    ERXE.ST   W.— Va.l.'04  :   AuK.27.2I ; 

May  12,'13 
BOLTEN.    JOSEPH— Pa. II, "U:    Aug.27, "21 ; 


July  22/13 

de: 

22.'13 


LIDDELL.  T.  J.— La. 1, '12:  Aug.27,'21 ;  July 


CODY,H.C.— Que.l.'OS  iJuljr  22, '13  ;JuIy22.13 
TREADWAY,  W.  L  — .Mo.28.'07  ;  Aug.27.  •:!  ; 

July  22/13 
SMITH,     HOWARD     F.— .Md.4,'09 ;     8e|.t  28, 

'21;  Sept. 5. 13 
WELDON,    LON    0.— Ky.ll,'08 ;   8ept.28,'21 ; 

Sept.5,'I3 
SLAUGHTER,  W.  H.   (b"86)— AU.2,'12 ;  Oct. 

21, '21  ;  I)ec.2,'13 
TOWNSEND.   J.   G.— (b'88)— D.C.2/12;   Oct. 

21. '21;    Dec  2.'13 
JONES.  WALTER  .M.   (b'83)— Mo.2.'07  ;  Oct. 

21,^21;   I>ec.2,'13 
.SWEENEY.     ALVIN     R.— Pa.2,'08 ;     Mar.25, 

■22:   Mny  12,  13 
WAY80N      NEWTON    E.     (b'gS)— Md.7/1« : 

Mar.25.'22;  Feb. 24, '14 
WALLER,   C.    E.    (b'8«)— D.C.1/10;   Mar.25. 

22  ;  Feb.24.'14 


FACET.  F.  M.   {b'88)— La.I/11;  Mar.25,'22  ; 

Feb.24/14 
LINSON.  J.  H.   (b86)— 111.1, 'It;  Mar.i5/22  ; 

Feb.24,'14 
AKIN,    C.    V.    (b90)— La.1,11;    Mar.25.'22 ; 

Feb.24/14 
MILLER,    K.    E.     (b86)— Md.7,^12 ;    Mar  23. 

•22;  Feb.24,'14 
WILSON,    J.    G.     (b'i4)— P».l/98:    Mar.25, 

■22;  Feb.24.']4 
WARING.  C.   H.    (b'82)— Mlss.l.'O":  Aug.21, 

22;  AUE.14,'14 
WHEELER,  G.  A.    (b^85)— Va.l,'13 ;  Aug.21. 

-22;  Aug.l4.'14 
W^RLEY.  JAMES  F.    (b'82)— Pa.l.'OS  :  May 

4. '21  ;    Sept. 14.^14 
WITTE.   WM.   C.    (b'88)— 111. 20.'13;   Sept. 14, 

14;   Sept. 14,^14 
COX.  ORA  H.   (b'861— Pa.l.'lS;   Sept. 14. '14; 

Sept.l4.'14 
LOMBARD,   M.   S.    (b'88)— Ncb.C.'lO ;   Sept. 

14,'14;  Sept.14/14 
TANNER,  W.  F.    (b'88)— Ga.ll.'lO ;  8ept.l«. 

■14;  Sept.l4,'14 
UICHEL,    CARL    (b'90)— ni.ll,'12 ;   Sept.ll. 

•14:  Sept.14/14 
ALLEN,  B.  L.  (b'88)— Pa.2/13 ;  Sept.14/14: 

Sept.l4,'I4 

Pastwl  Atiistant  Sarfaoni 

EARLE.  BAYLIS  H.    (b'70)— S  C.l.'i'i  ;  Deo. 

IS.OJ  ;  Apr.'.i.'OO 
PETTYJOHN.     JOSEPH— Tenn.ll,'»7;     Feb. 

IK.'OSi;   .May  2.'04 
SPRATT.    ROBT.    D.— La.l.'02:    Dec.22/08; 

May  2. '04 
ASHFORD,     FRANCIS     A.— D.C.2/01 :     Dec. 

13.09;    Oct. 25".  03 
CHAPIN.     CHAS.     W.      (b  77)— N.Y.20/03; 

Jan.27.'12;  Aug.S.'O" 
GILLESPIE.    JULIAN    .M.     (b'82)— Md.l.^OJ ; 

Auc  14.14;  July  12.'10 
CHRISTIAN.  S.  L.   (b87)— La.l/lJ ;  Dec.31. 

'14:  Dec.31/14 
McDEVITT.    C.   J.    (b'87)-0.41/It:  Dec.31. 

•14;  Dec.31/14 
SPENCER,    R.    R.    (b'88)— Ud.7/13;  D<c.31, 

•14;  Dec.3I,'14 
TEUFEL,    W.    C.    (b'»0)— Pa.I/13;    Dec.31. 

'14:  Dec.31,'14 
WILLUlMS,    L.     L.,    jr.,     (b'8»)— Va.l,'13: 

Apr.l.'lS;   Apr.l,'lS 
PRATHER,  DAVID  J.  (fST)- Ky.2,^09  :  Apr. 

I.'IS;  Apr.l.'lS 
LAKE,   GLEASON   C.    (b'83)— Ul.l,'14 ;  Jan. 

3.'I8:  Aug.2.'15 
BEAN.     W.M.     S..    JR.— Va.l.'14:    Nov.8,J9; 

Aug  2.'1.1 
ANDERSON,  THOS.  B.  B.   (b^91)— Ta.1,'14  : 

Jan.3,'16;   Aug.2,'15 
SPENCER,  HERBERT  A— Pa.U.'OS;  Jan. 3. 

'16;  Aug.2.'15 
WILDMAN.   HENRY    V..   JR.    (b'g9)— N.Y.I, 

■12;  Jan.3,'16;  Aug.2,'I5 
SAVERS.     R.     R.      Ib'H.'i)— N.Y.6.14:     May 

1».^20:  Dec. 31. 14 
STEWART,  PAUL  M.    (b'88)— 0.41, '14:  Mar. 

3. "20  :   Dec.31. '14 
ERNST.     EDWARD     C.     (b'88)— N.Y.I.'U ; 

Mav  19. '20;  Jan.lO.'Ig 
GOR.MAN.   PETER  J.    (b'83)— Pa.l/lO  ;  May 

19. ^20;  Jan.ln.lO 
REICHARII,      JOHN      D.      (b'89)— Md.7,'14 : 

June  14. '20:    .Mav  8. '16 
MURRAY,     VANCE     B.      (b'8g)— N.T.1/11  ; 

Aug. 27. '21  ;   .luly  14. 'IB 
E8KEY.     CLIFFORD     R.      (b'^)- ni.l.'12 . 

Sept.20.'20;  Aug.  IK.  It! 


HARRISON,  WALTEB  T.    (b"86)— Mo. 20/11 ; 

Oct. 2(5. '20:    Oct. 20. '16 
ARMSTRONG.    CHARLES    (b'86)— Md.7,'15 ; 

Oct. 27. '20  :  Oct. 20. '16 
DYER,   R.    EUGENE    (b'86)— Tex. 2,'15  :   Oct. 

31, '20:   Oct. 20. '16 
FULLER,     JUSTIN     K.     (b'88)— Cal.ll,'15 ; 

Oct. 27, '20:  Oct. 20. '16 
HART.   ROBERT   W.    (b'89)— 0.41.14  ;   Jan. 

31. '21;  Jan.lS,^17 
PARRAN,    THOMAS,   JR.    (b'93)— D.C.2/15 ; 

Aug.27. '21  :    Mar.20.17 
TAPPAN,   JOHN   W.    (b'66)— Va.1,98:   Aug. 

27,'21  ;  Mar.iO/17 
SANDIDCE.  ROY  P.   (b'89)— Va.l,'14 ;  Aug. 

27.  21  :   .Mar.20,'17 
WILLIAMS.     RAI,PH     C.     (b'88)— Ala.2/10 : 

Aut.27,-21;  Mar.'20,'17 
MOSS.MAN,  PAUL  D.   (b87)— 0.40,12  ;  Aug. 

27. '21  ;   Mar.20.'17 
WAUGH,     RICHEY     L.     (b'88)— Sllnn.4,'15 ; 

Aug.27.  21  ;  Mar.20,'17 
TRIMBLE,  HARRY  E.  (b'90)—Va. 1.16  ;  Aug. 

27, '21  ;   Julv  i»,'17 
GIORDANO.   ANTHONY  A.    S.    (b'90)— Pa.l 

16;  Aug  27. '21  :   July  24, '17 
ZIEGLER,  .MARK  V.    (b.9U— .Md.1,'1,% ;  Aug. 

27, '21 ;  July  24. '17 
FARIS.    JAMES    E.    (b'89)— Va.l.'lO ;    Aug. 

27.21:  July  24, •K 
HARALSON,    M.    F.    (b^93)— Va.l.'lS :    Mar. 

16.22:   Oct.3,'19 
MAHONEY,  J.  F.   (b^89)— Wls.6,'14  ;  Mar.ll. 

•18;   Mar.18,'22 
PORTER.  R,  E.  (b'90)— Al».2,'l«;  July  8/18; 

July  13, '22 
MOUNTIN,  J.  W.   (b'90)— Wls.6.'14;  July  17. 

'22:  Jan  3, '19 

Assistant    Surgeons 
NOB.MENT.  RICHARD  B..  JR.   (b'91)— Md.l, 

'14;    Sept.S.'lX;  Aug.21,'19 
>nTCHELL,  C.  W.  (b'89)— 111.1,'10  ;  Sept.5.'18 
TOMLIN.     RUS.SELL     E.     (b'91)— 111.11.16 ; 

Mar.3.'20  ;   Mar. 3. •20 
FAGET.     EDOIARD     B.      (b'93)— La.l,'14 : 

June  5, '20  :  June  5. '20 
TUCKER.   LEO  W.   (b^95)— La.1,^18 ;  June  3. 

'20  :  June  .I.  20 
SCULLY.    LESTER    CHAS.     (b'89)— Mich. I. 

•15;   Sept.3lP.^20  ;  Sept.30/20 
TURNER.      FLOYD      C.       (b89»— 111.22.'16 : 

8ept.3fl,'20  ;    Sept. 30, '20 
FULLERTON,  LYNX  A.    (b'91)— Mlnn.4.'16  : 

Sept.30.'20:     Sept  30, '20 
KIXG.      MARIOX      R.      (b'89)- tallf.U,'17 : 

Sept. 30.  20;  Sept. 30, '20 
TROIE.  FORTUNATE  A.  (b91)— Conn.l,'19  ; 

Mav  4,  21  ;  May  4, '21 
l.n.LIE.     RALPH     D.      (b'96)— Callf.ll,'20; 

May  4, '21 ;  .May  4, '21 
PAULONIS,  JOS.  F.  (b'94)— N.Y.I, '20;  July 

20,'21;   Julv  20.  21 
-MAXCY,     KENNETH     F.     (b'89)— Md.7,'15 ; 

Sept. 28. '21  :    Scpt.28.'2I 
BYINGTON,  I.,EC:RAND  B.  (b'94)— I».3/I9 : 

Sept.2S,'21  ;    Sept. 28.^21 
VELDEE,    MILTON    V.     (b'90)— Masi.1,^19 : 

Sept. 28.^21 ;  Sept  28.^21 
ROGERS.     LIEt'EN     .M.     (b^90)- Tex.2.'16 ; 

Mar.3.'22 :   M,ir.3.22 
OODEN,  HILAIKE  D.  (b'96)— La. 1. '20 :  Mar. 

''S  '22  "   Mar  23  '22 
LAWRENCE.    RALPH    L.     (b97)— 8.r.l,'21  : 

June  30, '22  ;  June  30.'22 
SOHEXSEX.    EDWIX    C.    (b'95)— Neb.5.'21  : 

Aug. 4. '22;  Aug. 4. '22 
FRAXKE.     FBEDK.     A.     (b'97)— D.C.I, '21  ; 

Aug.21. '22:   Aug  21. '22 
RA8MUS.SEN.  HENRY    A.  (b'04)— Neb.fl.'lS 
HOLLIXGSWORTH.  WM.  Y.  (li'Sl)— Va.l.'H 


MEDICAL  OFFICERS  OF  INDIAN  FIELD  SERVICE 

With  Year  of  Birth.  Medical  College  and  Year  of  Graduation,  and  Address.  Arranged  Alphabetically   by  Agency  or   School. 


NU.MBEK   OF    PHYSICIANS.    117 

Field  Service  at  Larte 
Chief  Medical  SuperTlaor.  Washington.  D.C., 

Robt.   E.    L.   Newbeme.  ^■72  ;  DC. 2. 93 
Medical  Superrlaor,  Greenville,  Calif.,  Walter 

8.  Stevena.  b'84  :  Mo.l0,'12 
Medical  Superviaor.  Washington.  DC.  Wm. 

C.  Barton,  b'84;  Mo. 28, 11 
Special    Physician    at    Large.     Washington, 

DC,  James  8.  Perltlns.  b'66  ;  La.1,'83 


Special  Physician  at  Large.  Washington. 
DC,  Len  Lenton  Culp.  b"73:  N.Y.H».'99. 
Ill, 17. '00 

Special     Phvslclan     at     Large.     Washlngtim. 

DC.  Ralph  Ha.vnor  Rom,  b'«7  ;  D.C.2,'91 

Indian  Field  Service 

Albufjuerque  Indian  .School.  Alburiuertiue, 
X.M.;  PhyKlrl.ui.  AU.prt  Matthew  Wiggles- 
worth.  \i": :  'I 

Bismarck.    Ir  -A.    Blamarcli.    N.D. ; 

Physician    I  i     Smyth, b'32  ;  III. 11,'92 


Blackfect  .Agcncv.  Browning.  Mont.  ;  Physi- 
cian,   Wyllc  Little   Keli,  b'83;   Mo.7,'09 

Blaciifeet  Agency.  Browning.  .Mont  :  Physi- 
cian, ('has    E.  Yatea,  b'73  ;  III  11.^04 

Blackfeet  Agcncv.  Browning,  Mont. ;  Physi- 
cian.  Wni.    A.    Fahey.   b^8S ;   N.Y.15.^04 

Canton  Inaanc  Asylum,  Canton,  S.I).:  Physi- 
cian, Harry  Reld  Hummer,  b^7«  ;  D.C.2,'9» 

Cantonment  Agency,  Canton,  Okla. ;  Physi- 
cian,   Edgar    E.    Hart,   b"68 ;   Mo.7,'96 


84 


MEDICAL    OFFICERS    OF    GOVERNMENT    SERVICE 


Cinon  Sanatorium.  Btewart,  NaT. ;  Phjrtt- 
clan.    Anthony    HuITaker.    b'63  ;   Calif.  1. 'BO 

Cherokee  School,  Churokee.  N.C. ;  Phfalclan, 
Russell  n.  Holt,  t)'TO  ;  Va.4,'99 

Cheyenne  and  Araiiaho  Agency,  Concho. 
Okla. ;  Physician.  Clifton  P.  Gillespie, 
Mla8.2.'ll 

Cheyenne  and  Arapaho  Agency,  Concho, 
Olcla. :  Physician.  Thomaa  I-ane.  b'58  ;  Mo. 
l.'Sti 

Cheyenne  River  Agency.  South  Dakota  :  Phy- 
sician. Talbert  Benson  Hughes,  b'73 ; 
Tenn.9.02 

Cheyenne  Rlrer  Agency.  South  Dakota:  Phy- 
sician, Frank  H.    Creamer,   b'85  ;  la. 3. '08 

Clillocco  School.  Chllocco,  Okla.  :  Physician, 
Edward    F.    Menger,   b'8l :   Pa. 11. '09 

<'boct.iw-Chlck«saw  Sanatorium.  Talihina. 
Okla..  Physician,  W.  Edgar  Van  Cleave. 
b'77;    Ky.9.'05 

Choctaw-Chickasaw  Sanatorium.  Talihina. 
Okla.:  Physician,  Robt.  M.  Shepard,  b'g» ; 
Tenn.6.'13 

Coeur  d'Alene  Agency,  Bonnen  Ferry.  Ida. : 
Physician,  Ezra  Esber  Fry.  b'75 ;  Ont.l. 
•02 

Coeur  d'Alene  Agency.  Lorrento.  Ida.  :  Phy- 
sician.   Fred    Barteau.    b'SO  :   Pa  1.08 

Colorado  River  Agency.  Parker.  Ariz. :  Phy- 
sician, Mary  Ann  Israel  Nettle,  b'8I ;  D.C. 
S.'O.-) 

Colvllle  Agency,  N'espeleni.  Wash.;  Physi- 
cian, Cornelius  Wilson  Lane.  b'8a :  111.4. 
'05 

Crow  School,  (row  Agency,  Mont. ;  Physi- 
cian, Hartroan  L.  Oberlander,  b'61 ;  N.Y. 
15,'87 

Crow  School,  Crow  Agency.  Mont.;  Physi- 
cian. Ira  D.  Nelson,  b':8 ;  Ia.lO.'04 

Crow  School.  Crow  Agency,  Mont.;  Plivsl- 
clan.  Bernard  Jo«.  Neary,  b'76 ;  Kyi.'ll 

Crow  Creek  Agency.  Ft.  Thompson.  S.D. ; 
Physician.  Daniel  A.  Richardson,  b'65: 
N.Y.ri,'89 :  Colo.4.04 

Fallon  School.  Fallon,  Ner. ;  Physician, 
Franklin    E.    Nichols,    b'62;    III  4.'90 

Flandreau  School.  Flandreau,  S.D  :  Physi- 
cian. Albert  Sparr  Rider,  b'76;  III  1,00 

Flathead  Agency.  Dixon,  Mont. ;  Physician, 
Walter    Scott   Johnston,   b'78 ;    Mo.5.'08 

Ft.  Apache  Agency,  Ft.  Apache,  Ariz. ;  Phy- 
sician. Fred   l.«e,   b'84  ;   Mo.7.'08 

Ft.  Belknap  Agency.  Harlem.  Mont.;  Physi- 
cian, H.  E.  Levin,  b'79  ;  WI9.3.04 

Ft.  Berthold  Agency.  Elbowoods.  N.D. ;  Phy- 
sician, .Mary  H.   McKee.   b'S.!  ;   Pa. 7. '88 

Ft.  Bldwell  School.  Ft.  Bidwell.  Calif. :  Phy- 
alrian,  Winston  D.  Coates,  b'58 ;  Callf,4.'96 

Ft.  Hall  Agency.  Ft.  Hall.  Ida. ;  Phvalclan, 
Henry    R.    Wheeler,    b'83 :    Mo.20.'96 

Ft.  Peck  Agency,  Poplar.  Mont.  ;  Physician. 
Clarence  Dale  Fulkersoh,   b'71;    Ind  ».':t,S 

Ft.  Peck  Agency,  Popular.  Mont  ;  Physician. 
Thos.   H.    Chattle.   b'64 ;  Vt.2.'87 

Ft.  Tottcn  Agency.  Ft.  Tottcn,  N.D. ;  Physi- 
cian. Geo.  Martin,  b'53  ;  Mich.l.'74 

Ft.  Vuma  School.  Yuma.  Ariz. ;  Physician 
Leon    Jacob!*,    b'78;    III. 1. '03 

Genoa  Indian    School,    Genoa.   Neb. ;  Physi- 
cian.   Homer   Davis,   b'68 :   Neb.a.'OO 
Greenville  School.  Greenville.  Calif. ;  Phy- 
sician. Henri  A.   Morel,  b'77  ;  Pa. 3. '07 

Harasupai  School,  Supal,  via  Grand  Can- 
yon, Ariz. ;  Physician,  Geo.  John  Laben, 
b'68:  Ill.n.'OO 

H.nyward  Indian  School.  Hayward.  Wis. ; 
Physician,  Geo.  A.  Larsen.  b'72  :  III.17,'00 

JicariUa  Sanatorium.  Dulce.  N..M. :  Physi- 
cian. Geo.   L.  W.vckolT.  b'74  ;  la. 3, '97 

Keshena  Agency.  Kestaena.  Wis.;  Physician, 
Lawrence  W.  White,  b'72  ;  D.C.4.'02 


Ktowa  Hospital,  Anadarko,  Okla. ;  Physician, 
Henry    W.    Langhelm,   b'7l  ;   III.4,'UU 

Klamath  Agency,  Klamath  Agency,  Ore  ; 
Physician,  Wm.  W.  Abbott,  b'89;  Md.t.'OS 

Lac  du  Flambeau  Agency.  Lac  du  Flambeau. 
Wis. ;  Physician.  Edward  Quinn.  b'56  ;  III. 
1.'78 

Laona  Indian  School,  Laona,  Wis.;  Physi- 
cian, Ernest  U.  Ovitz,  b'85;  III. 6, '12 

Leech  Lake  Agency,  Onlgum,  Minn. ;  Physi- 
cian. Zacbariah  Eugene  House,  b''5;  D.C. 
1,'03 

Leupp  Agency,  Leupp,  Ariz. :  PhyslcUn, 
Samuel   T.    Campbell,   b'74 ;   Mo.8.'98 

Muapa  River  Agency,  Overton,  Nev.  ;  Physi- 
cian. Carl  B,  Boyd,  b'73;  D.C.2.'98 

MoquI  Agency.  Keams  Canon,  Ariz. ;  Physi- 
cian, Roger  V.  Parlett.  b'87  ;  Md.l.'l! 

MoquI  Agency.  Oralbl.  Ariz.  ;  Physician, 
Jacob  S.  Shields,  b'65 ;  lBd.8.'94 

Mt.  Pleaaant  School.  Mt.  Pleaaant.  Mich. ; 
Physician,   Geo.   H.   Phllllpa,   b'38  ;   O.».'80 

Navajo  Agency,  Ft.  Deflance,  Ariz. :  Physl- 
ciiin.    r.ilk    Richards,   b'78;    Ind.l8,'0« 

N-  >   "ncy,  ftalananca,  N.Y. ;  Physl- 

'   D.  Lake,  b'46 ;  0.6, '68. 

N'  i.'blos.    Espanola.    N.M.  :    Physl- 

cUn.  Cliis.   Leroy  Brock,  b'84;   D.C.l.'U. 

Northern  Pueblos,  Taos.  N..M. :  Physician, 
Jan   Jacob    Bergmans,    b'69  :    Colo. I. '99 

Osage  Indian  School.  Pawhuska.  Okla  :  Phy- 
sician.  Geo.   W.   Corn.   bUO :   Mo.8.'S» 

Pawnee  Agency.  Pawnee.  Okla. ;  Physician. 
Felix  T.  (iasllneau.  b'88  ;  Okla. 1. '18 

Pawnee  Agency.  Whiteagle.  Okla. ;  Physi- 
cian. Otis  Elmer  Lovelady.  b'69  ;  Ma.2g.'»9 

Pawnee  Agency.  Bedrock.  Okla.;  Phyalcian, 
Harry  Mcijuown.  ti'74  :  Tor  3,'01 

Phoeuiz  Sanatorluii  Ariz. ;  Phyal- 

cian, Arthur  J.    \  ■^J  :    D.C. 1, '08 

Pierre   Indian    Sch'  S.D  ;    Physi- 

cian. Chas.  M.  Ilijlli.^iec,  b  07  ;  Pa.I,'U3 

Pima  School,  Sacaton.  Ariz. :  Physician. 
Eugene   W.    Hawkins.    b'Sl ;    Tenn.ll.'Oj 

Pine  Rtdge  Agency.  Pine  Ridge.  S.D  :  Phy- 
slclaii,  John  S.  Llndlev,  b'60 ;  Ky.2.'8g 

Pine  Ridge  Air.n.v  Ph...  k  ,1,.,.  >;  n  ;  phy. 
sician.  Isl^l  .13 

Pilnvstono    In  1  ,    Minn. ; 

Physician,  lit.  ,. .  i  ,.  li:,^nr,,  i>'83;  III. 
11. '84 

Pueblo  Bonlte  -Vgency.  Crown  Point.  N.M. ; 
Physician,  Alfred  M.  Ganaway,  b't>6 ;  Mo. 
18. '92 

Red  Ciur  Agency,  Bayfield,  Wis. ;  Physician, 
Samuel  L.  Pickett,  b'61:  la. I. '88 

Red  Lake  Agency,  Red  Lake,  Mlnu. ;  Physi- 
cian,   Harry    Harlan,    b'83;    Mo.l0,'I2 

Bed  Lake  Agency,  Orr.  Minn  :  Phvsiclan, 
Peter  A.   Slattery.  b'75  ;  Ncb.6.0S 

Kixky  Boy's  Agency.  Box  Elder.  Mont. ; 
Physician,  John  Wendell  McKenzle.  Que. 
l.'lS 

Rosebud  Day  Schools.  Hamlll.  S.D. ;  Physi- 
cian. Chas.  Otis  Wilklns.  b'72;  la  10.'06 

Rosebud  Agency,  Rosebud,  S.D. ;  Physician, 
Wm.  R.   Eddleman.  b'88  ;  Tenn.G.'I2 

Round  Valley  Agency.  Covelo.  Cailf. ;  Physi- 
cian. John   S.    Hogshead,  b'65;   Mo  7. '99 

Rapid  City  School.  Rapid  City.  S.D. ;  Phy- 
sician. Henry  James  Toppin  Ince,  b'70: 
N.Y.  10. '98 

Sac  and  Fox  Sanatorium.  Toledo,  la. ;  Phy- 
sician. Jacob  Breid.  b'69  ;  111. 11. '02 

Salem  Indian  School.  Chemawa.  Ore.  ;  Phy- 
sician. Mary  Canaga  Rowland,  b'73;  Mo. 
30. '01 ;   Neb.6.'05 

Salt  River  Agency,  Tempe.  Ariz.;  Physi- 
cian. Reginald  J.  H.  Stroud,  b'86 ;  Colo. 
2. '12 

San  Carlos  Agency,  San  Carlos,  Ariz.  ;  Phy- 
sician. Ellsha  C.   Williams,  b'74  ;  Ky.2,'b6 


Santa  T»  School,  Santa  Fe.  N.M. ;  Physician. 
James  A.  Massle,  h'71  ;  Oni.l.'»2 

Seger  School.  Colony,  Ok'.n. :  Physician, 
Joseph  Edward  Chllders.  b'86 ;  Tenu.}.'13 

Sells  Agency.  Sells.  Ariz.;  PhyslcUn,  Don 
G.   Lynwalter.    Ii'92  ;   Mo. 44, '19 

Sells  Agency.  Sells.  Ariz. ;  Physician.  Chas. 
Glrault   Andrews,   b'77  ;   Tenn.8.'02 

Seneca  School.  Wyandotte.  Okla. ;  Phy.slclan. 
Fenwick  Blefl*  Deans,  b'65;  Ho.2S.'97 ;  III. 
17, '07 

Shawnee  Indian  School,  Shawnee.  Okla. ; 
Physician.  Walter  Claudlua  Bradford. 
b'78:    .Mo  20.01. 

Shoshone  Agency,  Ft.  Washakie,  Wyo. ;  Phy- 
sician. Herbert  V.   Hailman.   D.C.I, '07 

Shoshone  Agency.  BUerton.  Wyo.;  Physi- 
cian. Chas.  E.  Lane,  b'74  :  OS. '98 

Siletz  Agency.  Slletz,  Ore. :  Physician. 
Franklin   .Marlon  Carter.  b'4»  ;  Ore.l.'Ti 

Southern  Pueblos.  .\ll>U(|Uerque,  N.M. ;  Phy- 
sician,  Augustus   Davis,   b'77 :    Ky.5.'04 

Southern  Ute  Agency.  Ignaclo,  Colo. ;  Phyal- 
clao,  Carl  Lefforge,  b'72;  Ill.lO.'Ol,  III. 4. 
'08 

Spokane  Agency.  Wellplnit,  Wash. ;  Physi- 
cian. Jonathan  R.  Collard.  b'66  ;  Pa. 2, '91 

Spokane  Hospital.  Wellpinlt.  Wash. ;  Physi- 
cian. Wm.  Lemon  White,  b'57  :  Ore.2,'9fl 

Standing  Hock  A«ency.  Ft.  Yates.  N.D  : 
PhyslcUn.  Willis  8.  Bennett,  h'76 ;  la.l«, 
'08 

Standing  Bork  Agency,  Ft.  Yates,  N.D. : 
Physician,  Zach  .Monroe  Laugbliu.  b'78 : 
Ind.l.'Oo 

Tomah  .School.  Tomab.  Wis. ;  Physician, 
Arthur  Edward  Winter,  b'74  :  II1.8,"J8 

Truxton  Canon  Agency.  Valentine.  Ariz. ; 
Physician,  Chas.  L.  Woods.  b'6»:  Tnd.  10, 
'94 

Tulallp    S.  1  Wash. :    Phy.sidan. 

Lee  H.  '  ;'),'13 

Cnitah    an  i.    Ft.     Duchasne, 

Utah:  l*U.)$ii;iun,  I'laiik  C.  Myers,  b'oo; 
-Mich.  1. '83 

Wahpeton  School.  Wahpeton,  N.D. :  Physi- 
cian, Blake  McKenzle  Lancaster,  b'81 ; 
Ont.3,'94 

Walker  River  Ae*"- -  ■'■■'■•irz.  Nev.:  Physi- 
cian. Wm.  Lifi  ..    b'SO;  0.«,'83 

Walker  River  A,.  .rz.   Nev.;  Physi- 

cian, Granville  i-me^t  i.eavltt.  b'72;  Cailf. 
1.'03 

Warm  Srrln;"  .\r''ncv.  Warm  Springs.  Ore. : 
Pill  '  -      ih.   b'84 ;   La  1.08 

West!  Owyhee.    Nev.; 

Pii>  :      s,  b'66;  Mo.«.'94 

White  Earth  Agency.  White  Earth.  .Minn.  : 
Physician.  Ira  McConnaugbey  Roadman, 
b'65;  .Mlnn.4.'9g 

Winnebago  Hospital,  Winnebago,  Neb. ;  Phy- 
sician.  Dudley  A.  Moore,  b'79 ;   Ia.8.'06 

Zuni  Agency,  Blackrock.  N.M. ;  Physician. 
Jessie   G.   Marshall,   b'75;   \'.C.4,'99 

Oklahoma  SchooU   (FIv*  Civilized  Tribts) 

Cherokee  Orphan  Training  School.  Tahle- 
quata.  Okla. ;  Physician,  Wm.  Griffin  Blake, 
b'45;  Mo.1,'86 

Eufaula  Boarding  School,  Eufaula,  Okla. ; 
Physician,  Wm.  A.  Tolleson.  b'69;  Mo.  1, 
'95 

Jones  Male  Academy.  HarUhome.  Okla. ; 
Physician,  Wm.  Walter  Samea,  b'61 :  Mo. 
1.'96 

Mekusukey  Academy,  Seminole.  Okla. :  Phy- 
sician, Jasper  Newton  Harber,  b'79 ;  Mo. 
28. '05 

Wheelock  Academy.  MlUerton.  Okla. ;  Physi- 
cian. Addle  W.  Clarkson,  b'69  ;  La.l.'94 


85 


MEMBERS  OF  SPECIAL  SOCIETIES 

NOTE. — This  list  Includes  names  of  members  of  these  societies  arranged  alphabetical!;  by  sutes.     Xuraberj  In  parenthesis  following  the 
names  Indicate  societies  In  which  membership  Is  held. 

INDEX  TO  SOCIETIES 

PAGK  PAGE 

A— Surgery.  Gynecology,  Ob«etrici  and  Anesthesia 86  D— Peaiatrics  and  Internal  Medicine    124 

E — Neurology  and  Psychiatry 131 

B-Ophthdmolo«y.  Otology.   Laryngology  and  Rhinology ....  107  F-P.thology.  Bacteriology  and  Anatomy    138 

C — Dermatology  and  Urology 120  G — Roentgenology 14ft 

SURGERY,  GYNECOLOGY,  OBSTETRICS  AND  ANESTHESIA 


A— SOCIETIES 

DUMBER  OF  MEMBERS,  3,;!04 


10, 
II. 

12, 
13. 
14, 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 

21. 
22. 
23. 
2S. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 


American    Association    of    Obstetricians 

and    Gynecologists. 
American  Gynecological  Society. 
American  Orthopedic  Association. 
American    Proctologic  Society. 
American  Surgical  Association. 
Southern  Surgical  Association. 
Western   Surgical   Association. 
Boston — Obstetrical    Society    of     Boston. 
Boston  Orthopedic   Club. 
Brooklyn  Gynecological  Society- 
Chicago  Gynecological  Society. 
Chicago  Orthopedic  Society. 
Chicago  Surgical  Society. 
Cincinnati  Obstetrical  Society. 
New  York  Obstetrical  Society. 
New  York  Surgical  Society. 
Philadelphia  Academy  of  Surgery. 
Philadelphia  —  Obstetrical     Society     of 

Philadelphia. 
American    Association   of  Anesthetists. 
Association  of  Surgeons  of  St.   Louis. 
St.   Louis   Surgical   Society. 
Washington    (D.C.)    Surgical   Soeiety. 
Interurban   Orthopedic   Club. 
Milwaukee  Surgical  Society. 
American  College  of  Surgeons. 
Detroit  Surgical  Society. 
American  Society  of  Clinical  Surgeons. 
Society  of  Nsurological  Surgeons. 
New  England  Surgical  Society. 
Chicago  Society  of  Anesthetists. 
New  York  Society  of  Anesthetists. 


ALABAMA 


Birmingham 
Benedict,  Saml.  R.   (28)   Empire  Bldg 
Cocke,    Norborne    P.     (28)    Jeffenon    Bank 

Bldg 
Davis,  John  D.  8.  (1.  28)  2029  Ave.  G 
Drennen.    Wesley    E.    (28)    American    Trust 

BldB 
Heiriln,  Howell  T.  (28)   Empire  Bldg 
Hefriln,  Wyall   (8.  28)   Woodward  Bldg 
Hotan,  Edcar  P.,  (6,  28)    Empire  BIdg 
Jones,  Walter  C.   (28)  8t.  VIncent'.i  Hospital 
Jordan,  William  M.   (6,  28)  Empire  Bldg 
Ledbetter,  Saml.  U,  Jr.  (6,  28)  Empire  Bids 
Tyeland.  Jos.   (28)  Flnit  Natl.  Bank  Bldg 
I.,upton,  Frank  A.  (8)  Woodward  Bldg 
.Magruder,    Thos.   V.    (28)    JelTerson    County 

Bank  Bldg 
Mason,  Jamea  H.    (6,  28)    Jefferson  Countv 

Bank  Bldg 
McAdory,   Wellington  P,    (6.  28)    2430     11th 

Ave.  N 
McOahey.  Robt.  C.  (21)   2400,  5lh  Ave 
Prince,  Edmond  M.  (28)  1127  8.  12th  8t 
Rogers.  Mack   (6,  28)   2118  Ave  H 
Solomon.  Edwin  P.   (28)  Woodward  BldE 
Talley,  Dyer  F.  (6,  28)   1808,  7th  Ave 


Torrance,  Gaston  (1,  6)  Woodward  Bldg 
Whelan,  Cfaas.  (28)  First  Natl    Bank  Bldg 
Wilder,  William  H.  (28)   Woodward  Bldg 
Wilson,   Cunningham    (281    JelTerson    County 

Bank  Bldg 

Mobile 
Acker,  Paul  J.   M.    (281    l.ns   (iovtnimont  Si 
Cole.  Bert>ert  P.   (6,  28|   Van  Antwerp  Bldg 
Dreaper,  Kdward  B,  (281  170  Conti  .St 
Henderson,  Wm.  T.   (28)    259  St.  Francis  8t 
Mastln,  Wm.  .McD.  (5.  6,  28)   13  8.  Joachim 

8t 
Sherard.   Frank   Ross   (28)    309  OoTemment 

St 
Wlnthrop,  Gllman  J.  (28)  Van  .Antwerp  Bldg 

State  at  Large 
Baker.  Jamea  N.  (6,  28)  Montgomery,  Ala 
Blue,  John  H.   (28)   Montgomery,  Ala 
BrouKhton.  Louis  E.   (28)   Andalusia.  Als 
DuBose,  Francis  G,  (6,  28)   Selma,  Ala 
Frasler,  Alfred  8,  (28)   Dothan,  Ala 
Fumlss,  John  N.  (28)  Selms,  Als 
Harper,  Wm.  Wade  (28)  8elma.  Ala 
Hill,  Luther  U    (28)  Montgomery,  Ala 
Hill.  Robt.  8.    («.  28)  Montgomery,  Ala 
Hubbard.  T.  Brannon  (28)  Montgomery,  Ala 
Kenan,  James   (28)    8elma,  Ala 
Lacy,  Edward  P.  (28)  Bessemer,  Ala 
Moody,  Earle  F.   (28)   Dothan,  Ala 
.Noland,  Lloyd  (6,  28)  Fairfield.  Ala 
Palmer,  Jesse  G.   (28)  Opellks.  Ala 
Smith.  Malcolm  D.   (281  Prattvllle,  Ala 
Spratling,  LecklnskI  Ware  (28)  Waveriy,  Ala 
Stabler,  Andrew  L.   (28)    C.recnvllle.  Ala 
Waldmp.  R.  W.    (28)   Bessemer.  Ala 
Westcott,  Wm.  B     (28)   .Montgomery,  Ala 

ARIZONA 
State  at  Large 
Adamson,  Edward  W.   (2K|    Douglas,  Ariz 
Bacon,  John  E,    (28)   Miami,  Arts 
Bridge,  Oeorge  A.    (28)   Bisbee,  Aria 
Carson.  Harry  R.    (21)   Phoenix,  ArU 
Clync,  Meade   (28)  Tucson.  Ariz 
Dodge,  Geo    E.   (28)   Tucson,  Ariz 
Fllnn,  John  W.  (21)  Presrott,  ArlJ 
Goodrich.  George  E.   (28)  Phoenix,  Arir. 
flunter,  Clarence   (28)   Globe.  Ariz 
Holt,  Wm.  A.    (28)   Globe.  Ariz 
Kennedy,  Roderick  D.   (28)   Globe,  Ariz 
Palmer.  E.   Payne  (28)   Phoenix,  Aril 
Randolph,  Wm.  M.   (28)  Bisbee,  Ariz 
Smith.  Turner  B.    (28)   MorencI,  Ariz 
Smith,  Wlllard  W.  (28)  Phoenix.  Ariz 
-Sweek,  Wm.  O.   (28)   Phoenix.  Ariz 
Tuthlll,  Alexander  Mackenzie   (28)   Phoenix. 

Ariz 
Wlnslow.  F.  R.   (28)  Hayden.  Ariz 
Wright.  Fredk.  T.  (28)    Douglas.  Ariz 
Wylle.  WInfrod  (28)  Phoenix   Ariz 
Younl,  Clarence  E.    (2S)   Prcscott,  Ariz 

ARKANSAS 
State  at  Large 

Altman,  Guslave  G.  (28)   Helena.  Ark 
Barlow,  Edward  E.    (28)   Dcrmott,  Ark 
Blakely,  Rupert  M.   (28)   Little  Rock,  Ark 
Bratlon.   Thimas    8,    (28)    Hot    Springs   Na- 
tional Park.  Ark 


Brookaher,  Wm,  R,,  Sr,  (28)  Fort  Smith,  Ark 
Brown.  Geo.  8.   (28)  Conway,  Ark 
Cannon,  George  F.  (28)  Hope,  Ark 
Cardie,  Cbas.  H.  (28)  BentonvlUe,  Ark 
Chace,  Archibald  E.  (28)  Texarkana,  Ark 
Cooper,  St.  Cloud   (28)  Fort  Smith.  Ark 
Dale,  John  R.  (28)  Texarkana,  Ark 
Dorr,  Robinson  C,   (28)  BatesTllle,  Ark 
Ellis,  FAlward  F,  (28)   Fayettevllle,  Ark 
Foltz,  James  A.    (28)  Fort  8mlth,  Ark 
Gann,  Dewell,  Jr,  (28)  Little  Rock.  Ark 
Gregg,  Andrew  S.  (28)  PayetteTllle,  Ark 
Haverkampf,    Ma],    Charles     W.     (28)     Hot 

Springs  National  Park,  Ark 
Jenkins,  J.  8.    (28)  Pine  Bluff.  Ark 
Laws,  Wm,  V,  (28)  Hot  Springs,  Ark 
Lutwrloh,  P.  W.  (28)  Joneaboro,  Ark 
Mock,  Will  H.   (28)   Prairie  Grove.  Ark 
Ogden.  Mahlon  D.   (28)  Little  Rock,  Ark 
Perkins,  Charles  F,  (28)  Rogers,  Ark 
Rowland,  John  F.  (18)  Hot  Springs.  Ark 
Runyan,  Jos,  P,  (1)  Little  Bork,  Ark 
Scarborough,  James  I.    (28)   Little  Hock,  Ark 
Smiley,  H    H.  (28)  Texarkana.  Ark 
Smith.  John  J,    (28)    Paris,  Ark 
Smith,  Wells  F.    (28)    Uttle  Rock,  Ark 
Snodgrass,  Wm.  A.  (28)  Little  Rock,  Ark 
Southard,  Jefferson  D.    (28)   Fort  Smith,  Ark 
Stroud,  Homer  A.    (28)   Joneaboro,  Ark 
Tribble,  Albert  H.   (28)   Hot  Springs,  Ark 
Watklns.  A.  (28)   Little  Rock,  Ark 

CALIFORNIA 
Lot  Angeles 
Alnley,  Frank  C.  (28)  Brockmsn  Bldg 
Alden.  Eliot  (28)  Trust  snd  Savings  Bldg 
Bryan,  Geo.  C.  (28)  1837  N.  Wilton  PI 
Bryant.  Ernest  A.   (28)  Pacific  Electric  Bldg 
Burke,  W.  P.    (28)    Merritt  Bldg 
Buskirk,  Wm.  H.    (28)    Pacific   ,Mutunl    Bids 
Cochran,  Guy  (7,  28)    Pacific  Electric  Bldg 
Coffey,   Titan    (28)    .Marsh    Strong  Bldg 
Cooke,  A,  B.   (28)    606  8.  Hill   8t 
Cooke,  Harry  T.  (20.  21)   1408  Fuller  Ave 
Dillon,  Edward  T.  (28)  Brockman  Bldg 
Doane,  P.  8.   (28)    Consolidated  Really  Bldg 
Dunlop,  John   (3,  2.%,  26,  28)   Baker  Detwiler 

Bldg 
Dye,    Wllloughby    G.    (28)    401    8.    Harvard 

Blvd 
Edwards,  Wm.  A.   (28)  Security  Bldg 
Galley,  J.  K.   (28)   82.1  N.  Kenmore  Ave 
Oelder,  E.    E.    (28)    Merritt  Bldg 
Rastrelter,    Rolland   F.    (21)    Brorkm.in   Bldg 
Henry,  Walter  O.    (28)  Marsh-Slroni;  BUIk 
HoUlngsworth.   Loren   D.    (28)    Garland  Bldg 
Howard,  Henry  W.    (28)  Chapman  Bldg 
Hugglns,  Walter  L.  (28)  Consolidated  Realty 

Bldg 
Kahn,  Maurice  G    (7.   28)   Brockmnn  Bldg 
Kaull,  L,   P.    (28)    1023  Paclflr  .Mulu.-il  Bldg 
Kennedy,   John   T.    (28)    I'.S.    Navv,    Marine 

Recruiting  Station 
KIger,   Wm.  H.    (4,  28)   ConaoUdsted  Realty 

Bldg 
King,  John   r.    (28)  623  N.  Kenmore  Ave 
Klrkley,  Cyrus  A.  (28)  432  8.  Serrano  Ave 
Kurtz,   Cari    (28)    Ifellman   Bldg 
Lazard,  Edmond  M     (28)   Brockman   Bldg 
Loblnger.  Andrew  S    (28)  Merritt  Bldg 
Lowman.  Charles  i^R.  (3)  Brockman  Bldg 


86 


SURGERY,    GYNECOLOGY,     OBSTETRICS    AND    ANESTHESIA 


Mark«nzt*.    WUbur    W.    (28)    Holllncswortli 

Bids 
Mstbews,  Jos.  M.  (4)  Aivmrado  Hotel 
Mayo.  B.  N.   (28)   Hibernian  BldK 
McArthur,  Wm.  Taylor  (28)  Security  Bldg 
McHugh.  T.    (28)    Van  Nuys  BldK 
McReynolda,  Robert  P.  (28)   Coulter  Bld( 
Moore,    Edward    C.    (7,    28)    MerchanU   Na- 
tional Bank  Bldg 
Moore,    Melvin   L.    (28)    Mercbanta   National 

Bank  Bide 
MorrUon,  Wayland  A.    (28)   KerckbofT  BUIk 
Morton,  Lewis  B.  (7,  28)  Brockman  Bldg 
I'hllllps,  Chaa.  K.   (28)    527  W.  7th  St 
Plneaa.  Oo.    (21)   Brockman  Bldg 
Hand,  Carl  W.    (28)    racinc  Mutual  Bldg 
Richardson,  Wm.  W.  (7.  28)  Brockman  Bldg 
RInkenberger,   F.   W.    (28)    Merchants    Natl. 

Bank  Bldg 
Roberts   Jean  M.  (21)  3014  Kenwood  Are 
Koth.  Leon  J.    (28)    Baker- DelwUer  Bldg 
Schlffbauer,  H.  E.  W.    (28)    Title  Insurance 

Bldg 
Seymour,   Eleanor   (21)    TonsoUdated  Realty 

Bldg 
Seymour,  James  H.   (28)  Brockman  Bldg 
Shaw.  Henr)-  N.    (28)  Paclflc  Mutual  Bldg 
Skeel,    Roland    E.     (1,    28)    Title    Insurance 

Bldg 
Slemons,  J.  .M.   (2,  28)   Paclflc  Mutual  Bldi: 
Smith,  Rea  E.  (S.  7,  28)  MerchanU  National 

Bank  Bldg 
Smith,  Wllbum  (28)  Brockman  Bldg 
Southworth,  Henry  E.  (28)  405  8,  Hill  St 
Straub,   Paul  F.   (28)    1900  N.   Vermont  Ate 
Sturgeon,  Chan.  T.   (28)   .Merritt  Bldg 
ITioraason,    Geo.     (28)     711    Baker-DetwlUer 

B:dg 
Toland,  Clarence  fi.    (7.   28)    Baker-DetwUer 

Bldg 
Tvroler,  Adolph   (28)   KerckholT  Bldg 
Van  KaatboTen,  Jean  J.  A.    (28)    Brockman 

Bldg 
Weber,  Wm.  L.   (28)   Paclflc  Electric  Bldg 
Wltherbee,  Orrvllle  0.   (28)  527  W.  7th  St 
Yerxa,  Chas.  W.  (28)  Paclflc  Electric  Bldg 
Zerflng,  Chas.  E.    (28)   2127  W.  6th  8t 

Oakland 

Abbott.  C.  L.    (28)    Central  Bank  Bldg 
Adams.  Lemuel  P.   (28)    Federal  Realty  Bldg 
Buteau.  Saml.  H.   (I,  28)    1307  Broadway 
Crosby,  Danl.  (28)  20th  and  Webster  St 
Crowley,  DennU  D.    (28)   Central  Bank  Bldg 
DePuy,  Clarence  A.    (28)    532,   15th   St 
Dukes,  Chas.  A.    (28)   Central  Bank  Bldg 
Emerson,  Mark  L.  (28)    1307  Broadway 
Ewer,  Edward   N.    (28)    Federal  Realty  Bldg 
Fearn.   John    R.    (28)    First   National    Bank 

Bldg 
C.rls.slm,  John  de  L.  (28)  Dalziel  Bldg 
Hadden,    David    (1,    28)    Oakland    Bank    of 

Savings  Bldg 
Hamlin,  Oliver  D.   (28)   Federal  Realty  Bldg 
Lohse,  John  L.    (28)  Dalztel  Bldg 
Rothganger,    George    (28)    4501    Ban    Pablo 

Stratton,  Robt.  T.    (28)  496.  20th  St 

San  Francisco 
Alden,  Bertram  F.   (28)   126  Post  St 
BalUy,  Thos.  E.   (28)   Flood  Bldg 
Banister,  Wm.   B.    (28)    U.S.  Army 
Barrett,  Gilbert  M.  (28)   275  Post  St 
Bartlett,  Edwin  I.   (28)   291  Geary  St 
Botsford,  Mary  E.  (21)  807  Francisco  St 
Brunn,  H.irold  (28)   350  Post  St 
Burrows,  John  Robt.   (21)   2238  California  St 
Caglleri,  Guldo  E.   (28)   21  Columbus  Are 
Camplcke,  Paul  S.   (28)   Physicians  Bldg 
Carpenter,  Frank  B.   (28)  Howard  Bldg 
Cotrey,  Walter  B.   (28)  Medical  Bldg 
Collins.  Asa  W.    (28)    126  Post  St 
Draper.  .Alfred  L.   (28)  Shreve  Bide 
Edger,  Benl.  Jones,  Jr.  (28)  2251  Green  St 
Edwards,   Geo.    M.    (28)    Letternian    General 

Hospital 
Fehlelsen,   Fredk.    (28)    400  Clayton   St 
Fisher,  Arthur  L.   (28)    909  Hvde  St 
Fiske,     Charles    Norman     (28)     U.S.    Navy. 

Naval  Training  Station 
C.allwey,  John  (28)   177  Post  St 
Gentry,   Ernest  R.    (28)    Letterman    General 

Hospital 
Gllcreest,  Edgar  I,.   (6)  3698  California  St 
Oilman,  Philip  K.    (28)   350  Post  St 
Hall,  J.  U.   (28)   Whitney  Bldg 
Hanner,    John    W.    (28)    Letterman    General 

Hospital 
Hawkins,  Wm.  J.  (28)  70  Baker  St 
Hoffman,  Lawrence  H.  (28)   177  Post  St 


Howe.   Louis  P.   <M)   nood  BIdt 

HunUngton.  Thos.  W.  (5,  28)  Mills  Bids 
Hyman.  Solomon    (28)    Butler  Bldg 
Jacobs.  8,  N.  (28)  208  Post  St 
Kavanagh,  Mary  F.  (21)  1482  Sutter  St 
Lartlgau,  August  J.   (28)   391  SuUer  St 
Levlson,  Chas.  0.  (28)  Flood  Bklg 
Lynch,  IVank  W.    (2,   11.  28)    Unlrerslty   of 

California  HosplUl 
Mackintosh,  Wm.  C.   (28)   1095  Market  St 
Martin.  Jean  (21)  775  Post  St 
McCbesney.  Geo.  J.   (28)    Flood  Bldg 
Mosgrove.  Anna  M.  (21)  524  Sutter  St 
Murphy,   .Mary  W.  T.    (21)   3732  Sacramento 

St 
Naffzlger,  Howard  C.   (31)    291  Geary  Bt 
O'Connor,  James  H.    (28)  Medical  Bldg 
Orella,  Fermln  R.   (28)   323  Geary  St 
Palmer,   Caroline  B.    (21)    2401   Sacramento 

St 
Qulnn,  William  (28)  1044  Railroad  Ave 
Rethen,  Theodore  C.   (28)  Phelan  Bldg 
Rethwilm,  Lornill  A.  (21)  Lane  HosplUl 
Rlxford,  Emmet   (5,  28.  30)    1795  California 

St 
Ryan.  Russell  C.  (28)  Flood  Bldg 
Hyfkogel.  Henry  A.  L.  (28)  516  Sutter  St 
Shepard,  John  L.   (28)   U.S.  Army,  Presidio 
Somers.  Geo.  B.  (28)  Lane  HosplUl 
Spalding.  Alfred  B.  (2,  28)  Lane  Hospital 
SUInaker.   Paul  R.    (28)    U.S.   Navy.   Naval 

Training  Sutlon 
Stevens,  Burt  S.  (28)   Medical  Bldg 
StUlman,  Stanley   (5.  28)   2101  Webster  St 
Sutton.  (George  E.   (28)    177   Post  St 
Teass,  Chester  J.   (28)   Medical  Bldg 
Terry,  Wallace  I.   (5.  28)  240  Stockton  St 
Thome.  Isaac  W.  (28)   516  Sutter  St 
Tomllnson,  Richard  F.    (28)    Flood  Bldg 
Towns,  E.  B.  (31)  Lane  Hospital 
Tniby,    Albert    E.     (28)     Letterman    General 

HosplUl 
Wakefleld,  W.  FrancU  B.   (2,  28)    1065  Sut- 
ter St 
Ward,  James  W.   (28)  391  Sutter  St 
WatUns,  James  T,    (3,   28)    Bu.<h  and  Hyde 

Sta 
Weeks,  Alanson  (28)  350  Post  St 
Wllllu,  Emma  K.  (28)  408  Stockton  St 
Wlnterberg,  Walter  H.   (28)  516  Sutler  St 
Wood,  Dorothy  A.   (21)    1390.  7th  Ave 
Zobel,  Alfred  J.   (4.  28)   210  Post  St 

State  at  Lart* 
Adams,  Bon.  0.  (28)  Riverside.  Calif 
Anderson,  Axcel  E.  (28)  Fresno,  Calif 
Baumelster,  Edward  E.   (28)  Chlco,  Calif 
Seattle,  David  A.  (28)  San  Jose,  Calif 
Breyer.  John  H.  (28)  Pasadena,  Calif 
Brown.  Rexwald   (28)   Santa  Barbara.  Calif 
Burger.  Thos.  0.   (28)  San  Diego.  Calif 
Burlew,  Jesse  Manning  (28)  Sanu  Ana.  Calif 
Chase.    Theodore    L.     (28)    SanU    Barbara. 

Calif 
Chldester.  Walter  C.  (28)  San  Mateo,  Calif 
Clark.  Jonas  (28)  GUroy,  Csllf 
Clark,  Vernon  G.  (28)  San  Diego.  Calif 
Craycroft.  Harry  J.  (28)    Fresno,  Csllf 
Culler.  Robt.  M.   (28)   Sanu   Barbara,  Calif 
Ctuningham,  BenJ.  F,    (28)    Santa  Barbara, 

Calif 
Curl,  Holton  C.    (28)  San  Diego,  Calif 
EyUnge,  Ernest  O.  J.   (28)  Redlands,  CaUf 
Falrehlld,  Fred  R.  (28)  Woodland    Calif 
Falk,  Chas.  C.   (28)   Eureka,  Calif 
Farenholt,  Ammen  (28)  Mare  Island.  Calif 
Flint,   Joseph  M.    (5,   28)    McCloud,   Calif 
Galvln,  A.  H.  (28)  Anaheim,  Calif 
Gould,  Elisha  T.  (28)  Sonora.  Calif 
Gundry,  Frank  J.   (28)  Bakersfleld,  Calif 
Hagadom,  Mary  E.    (21)  Pasadena,  Calif 
Hammond.  Robt.  R.  (28)  Stockton,  Calif 
Hare,  Chas.  B.    (28)  Santa  Monica,  CaUf 
Harry,  Chas.  R.   (28)   Stockton.  Calif 
Henderson,    Andrew    M.     (28)     Sacramento, 

Calif 
Hllllard,  Carlos  0.  (28)  Redlands,  Calif 
Hoag,  Junius  C.   (28)    Pasadena,  Calif 
Hotchkiss,  Lucius   Wales    (5.    2S,    30)    Santa 

Barbara,  Calif 
Hull,  Leonard  C.   (28)  Holllster,  Calif 
Jones,  Wm.   H.    (28)    Long  Beach,  Calif 
Keller,  Lester  (28)   Yorba  Linda,  Calif 
I.*gge,  Robt.  T.   (28)    Berkeley,  CaUf 
Livingston,  Wm,  R.    (28)   Ojmard,  Calif 
Lockwood,  Chas.  D.   (7.  28)    Pasadena,  Calif 
Manchester,  John  D.  (28)  Mare  Island.  Calif 
Manton.  Walter  (2,  28,  29)  Pasadena,  Calif 
Marshall,  .Tohn  S.   (28)   Berkeley,  Calif 
Martin.    Lieut.    Wm.    L.     (28)     Mare    Isl.ind. 

Calif 


Mattlion,  Fitch  C.  E.  (28)  Pasadena,  CaUf 
Mattlson,  Kami.  J.  (28)  Pasadena.  Calif 
McBumey.  B.  A.  (28)   Pomona,  Calif 
McConnell,  Allen  B.   (28)   Fresno,  Calif 
McCormlck,  Albert  M.D.    (28)    Mare  IsUnd, 

Calif 
McDowell,  Ralph  W.  (28)  San  Diego,  Calif 
McGee,  Harry  S.  (28)  Pasadena,  Calif 
Mcl'heeters.  E.  R.  (28)  Modesto.  Calif 
Mills.  Henry  W.  (28)  San  Bernardino,  Calif 
Nellson,  John  Land  (28)  San  Diego.  Calif 
Newman.  Henry  P.  (2,  28)   San  Diego.  Calif 
Odell.  Henry  Edward  (28)  Mare  Island.  Calif 
Oldenbourg,  Louise  A.    (21)   Berkeley.  CaUf 
O'Neill,  B.  J.,  Jr.  (28)  Saa  Diego,  CaUf 
Percy.  J.  F.   (1.  7.  11,  U)  San  Diego,  CaUf 
Pettis.  John  H.  (28)  Fresno.  Calif 
Phllllpa.  Percy  Todd  (28)   Santa  Cruz.  Calif 
Power.  WalUr  B.  (28)   Redlands.  Calif 
Rees.  Clarence  E.   (28)  San  Diego,  Calif 
Reynolds.  Harry  B.   (28)  Palo  Alto.  Calif 
Robinson.  Saml.  (7,  28)  SanU  Barbara.  CaUf 
Rodl.  Chas.  H.    (28)    Pasadena,  Calif 
Savage,    Pblllp    H.    (28)     San    Bernardino, 

Calif 
Shaw,  Joseph  H.  (28)  Sanu  Rosa,  Calif 
Sberk,  Henry  H.  (6.  7.  28)    Paaadena.  Calif 
Sldebotham.  Harold  (28)  Goleta.  CaUf 
Snyder.  Crayton  C.   (28)  Pasadena.  Calif 
Sproat,  Saml.  M.   (28)  Portola.  CaUf 
Stover,  Wm.  M.  (28)  San  Luis  Obispo.  Calif 
Strong,  David  C.   (28)  San  Bernardino.  Calif 
Swindt.  Jos.  K.   (28)   Pomona.  Calif 
Thompson.  Elmer  H.   (28)  Burbank.  Calif 
Tbomer,  Moses   (28)  SanU  Maria,  Calif 
Van  Zwaluwenburg,  Cornelius  (28)  Riverside, 

Calif 
Wahrer,  Carl  W.  (28)  Sacramento,  CaUf 
Weir    Thos.  F.  (28)  San  Diego.  Calif 
Wegeforth,  Paul  (28)  Coronado.  Calif 
Wleber.  Francis  W.  F.  (28)  San  Diego.  CaUf 
Wilis.    Wm.    Le    M.    (28)    South    Pasadena, 

Calif 
Wilson,  Doxey  R.  (28)   San  Jose,  Calif 
Wilson.  Horace  P.  (28)  Whluler,  CaUf 

COLORADO 
Denvar 
Burns,  T.   Mitchell   (28)    Metropollun  Bldg 
Cary.  Foster  H.   (28)  Metropollun  Bldg 
Catterson,  Alden  D.   (28)  1498  S.  Pearl  St 
Charles,  Robt.  L.   (21)  Metropolitan  Bldg 
Cohen,  Haskell  M.  (28)   Metropollun  Bldg 
Dean,  Edward  F.  (28)   Metropolitan  Bldg 
Dorset,  Bernard  C.  (21)  Commonwealth  Bldg 
Fowler,  0.  S.    (7,  28)   Metropolitan  Bldg 
Frank.  Robert  T.   (2.  28)   Majestic  Bldg 
Freeman,    Leonard    (5,    7.    28)    Metropolitan 

Bldg 
Gehrung,  E.  C.   (28)  4177  Ring  St 
Grant,  Wm.  W.   (7.   28)    Mack  Bldg 
Hegner,  Casper  F.   (7,  28)    .Metropollun  Bldg 
Ingraham,  Clarence  B.,  Jr.  (2,  28)  MetropoU- 

tan  Bldg 
Jayne.  Walter  A.   (28)   Majestic  Bldg 
Jones,  8amL  F.    (3,  7,  28)   Majestic  Bldg 
Lyman,   Chas.  B.    (7,  28)   Metropollun  Bldg 
Mantor,  Hugh  E.  (28)  Mack  Bldg 
McAmls,  Leon  C.  (22.  28)  Imperial  Bldg 
McGraw,  Henry  R.  (7)  Metropolitan  Bldg 
McNaught,  Francis  H.    (7,   28)    Metropollun 

Bldg 
Metz.  Chas.   W.    (21)   Majestic  Bldg 
Packard    Geo.  B.   (28)    Metropolitan  Bldg 
Powell,  Cuthbert  (7.  28)  314,  14th  St 
Roe.  John  F.    (28)  Metropolitan  Bldg 
Roehrlg.  Karl  F.  (21)  Imperial  Bldg 
Rogers,  Frank  E.   (28)   .Majestic  Bldg 
Root,  Matt  B.    (28)   Majestic  Bldg 
Spltzer,    Wm.     Maxwell     (28)     Metropolitan 

Bldg 
Tennant.  Chauncey  E.  (7.  28)  Empire  Bldg 
Wetherlll.  Horace  G.   (7,  28)  1127  Race  St 
WUcox,   Henry  W.    (28)    Majestic  Bldg 
Williams,  Aubrey  H.  (7)  Metropolitan  Bldg 

State  at  Large 

Allen,  Lloyd  R.   (21)   Colorado  Springs,  Colo 
Baker.  Wm.  T.  H.   (28)   Pueblo,  Colo 
Bruns,   Earl   H.    (28)    Fltzslmons,   Colo 
Bull.  Heman  R.  (28)   Grand  Junction.  Colo 
Corwin,  Richard  W.   (7,  28)   Pueblo,  Colo 
Epler,  Crura   (28)    Pueblo,  Colo 
Espey,  John  R.   (28)  Trinidad,  Colo 
Glllasple.   Carbon    (28)    Boulder,   Colo 
Green,  Hiram   A.    (28)    Boulder,  Colo 
Hadley,  Edgar  (28)  Montrose,  Colo 
Hanford,    Peter    0.     (28)    Colorado    Springs, 
Colo 


87 


AMERICAN     MEDICAL     DIRECTOJ^Y 


Hanson,  Kund   (28)    Grand  Junction.  Colo 
Hartwell,    John    B.    (28>    Colorado   Springs. 

Colo 
Hoag.  David  E.    (21)    Pueblo,  Colo 
Kickland,  Wm.  A.    (28)   Fort  Collins.  Colo 
King.  Walter  W.    (28)   Cripple  Creek,  Colo 
Mayhew,  David  P.  (',  28)  Colorado  Springs, 

Colo 
McKlnnie,  Lewis  H.  (7,  28)  Colorado  Springs. 

Colo 
Moncrief,  Wm.  Henry   (28)   Fitzsiraons.  Colo 
Reed,  Walter  %V    (28)  Boulder,  Colo 
Richmond,  Claude  E.  (21)  Colorado  Springs, 

Colo 
Senger   Wm.   (7,  28)  Pueblo,  Colo 
Smith.  H.irry  A.    (28)  Delta,  Colo 
Stoddard.  Thos.  A.   (2S)    Pueblo,  Colo 
Thearle.   Wm.   H.    (28)    Fitzslmons,  Colo 
Tucker,     Beverley     (281     Colorado    Springs, 

Colo 

CONNECTICUT 

Hartford 

Bell.  Geo.  X.   (28,  32)  179  Allyn  St 
Boucher,  John  B.  (28)  2.i  Charter  Oak  Ave 
Chester,  Thos.  W.   (28)  50  Farmington  Ave 
Cook,  Ansel  G.    (28)   54  Pratt  St 
Cragin,   Donald  B.    (28)    179  Allyn   St 
Felty,  John  W.    128)   750  Main  St 
Hepburn,  Thos.   N.    (28)    179  Allyn  St 
Lampson,   Edward  R.   (28.  32)    179  Allyn  St 
McCook.  John  B.    (28)    390   Main  St 
.VcPartland,  Patrick  F.    (28)   232  Church  St 
Root.  Joseph  E.   (28)   67  Pearl  St 
Rowlev,  Alfred  M.  (28.  32)  Profe.wlonal  BIdg 
Swett,  Paul  P.    (3.  9.  28)   803  Main  St 
Wells.  Ernest  A.  (28.  32)  580  Asylum  St 
Worthen,  Thacher  W.    (28)    179  Allyn   St 

Naw  Hiven 

Cnrmalt,  Wm.  H.   (5)   261  St.  Rnnan  St 
Creadlck,  A.  Xowell  (28)  New  Haven  Hospital 
Crowe,  Willis  H.   (28)  71  College  St 
DufTy.  Wm.   Core   (28)    Sew  Haven   Hospital 
Hartshorn,  Willis  E.   (28.  32)  87  Trumbull  St 
Harvey,   Saml.  C.   (28,  31)   New  Haven  Hos- 
pital 
Jackowitz,  Gabriel  1.  (28)  347  Orange  St 
McDermott.  Terence  S.   (28)    1334  Chapel  St 
Mendilio,  Anthony  J.  (28)  42  College  St 
Rand.  Richard  F.  (28)  246  Church  St 
Reiilv.  Francis  H.   (28)  296  Columbus  Are 
Russell,  Thos.  H.    (28)   57  Trumbull  St 
Thnms.  Herbert  (28)  59  College  St 
Ti.wn.shend,  Raynham  (28)  233  Church  St 
Verdi.  Wra.  F.   (5,  28,  3!)   27  Elm  St 
Whittemore  E.  Reed  (28)  19  Whitney  Ave 

State  at  Ltri* 

Anderson.  Henry  (J.   (28)  Waterbury,  Conn 
Barber,  Walter  I,.,  Jr.  (28)  Waterbury,  Conn 
Brown.  Chas.  H.   (28)  Waterbury,  Conn 
Brown,  David  C.    (28)    Danbury,  Conn 
Brownlee.  Harris  F.   (28)   Danbury,  Conn 
ChatTee.  Jemme  S.  (28)  Sharon.  Conn 
Crane,  Augiislln  A.  (2S)  Waterbury.  Conn 
Dye.  .I(hn  Sinclair  (281  Waterbury.  Conn 
Froraen,  Ernest  T.    (28)  New  Britain.  Conn 
C.srilck.  Saml.  M.    (28)   Bridgeport.   Conn 
Gwlfrcy.  Chas.  C.    (28)   Bridgeport,  <"onn 
Hertzberg,  Geo.  R.  R.    (2K)   Bridgeport.  Conn 
Hawley.  Geo.  W.   (3.  26.  28)  Bridgeport.  Conn 
Hyde.   Fritz  C.    (28)    Greenwich.  Conn 
KIrschbaum,    Edward    H.     (28)     Waterbury. 

Conn 
I.oveland.  John  E.   (28)   MIddletnwn,  Conn 
MacI.ean,  Donald  R.    (21)   Stamford,  Conn       ■ 
Mitchell.  James  T.  (28)    Mlddletown,  Conn       j 
Morlarly,  James  h.    (28)   Waterbury,  Conn 
MuIIins.  Saml.  F.  128)  Danhurv.  Conn  j 

Ov^ri ...  L     «"Mnm  B.   (28.    '"'    \:,„.f.„,    cmn   I 
Pi"  :!.  C.   (28)   1-  I'onn       ; 

p."  .  n  Asa   (2s  .  Conn    ' 

Ri.l,,-,...  r,,,..„rd  R.    (28)  Hrii.i:'p..'n.  Conn 
Busnell.  E.   (34)   Waterbury.  Conn 
Shea.  John  F.   (28)    Bridgeport,  Conn 
Smith,  Edward  W.  (28)  Merlden,  Conn  ; 

Smith.  Geo.  M.   (28.  32)   Waterbury,  Conn 
Stevens,  Frank  W,  (28)  Bridgeport,  Conn         ] 
Stratton,'  Edward  A.    (28)    Danburv,  Conn        . 
Tracey.  Wm.  J.    (28)   Norwalk.  Conn 
Trecartln.  David  M,   (28)  Bridgeport,  Conn 
Waterhouse,  Henry  E.  (28)  Bridgeport,  Conn 
Wright.  John  W.   (28)    Bridgeport.  Conn 

DELAWARE 
Wilmlnfton 
Bird.    Wm.    E.    (28)    Dupont   Bldg 
Draper.  James  A.    (28)    1015  Washington   8t 
Palmer.  John,  Jr.   (28)    1900  Delaware  Ave 


Spackman.  James  G.  (28)  Homeopathic  Hos- 
pital 
Speer,  Wm.  H.    (28)  805  West  St 
Springer.  Harold  L.  (28)  1013  Washington  St 
Wertenbaker.  Wm.   (28)   912  Delaware  A»e 

DISTRICT  OF  COLUMBIA 
Washington 

Abbe.  Truman  (25)  Stonelelgh  Ct 
Abeken,  Fredk.  G.   (28)   f.S.Navy 
Angwin.  Wm.  A.  (28)   U.S.Navy 
Arthur,  Wm.  H.    (28)    2130  Le  Roy  PI 
Ashford.  Mahlon  (28)  U.S.Army 
Austin,  Hiram  W.    (28)   U.S.P.H.S 
Bachmann,  Robt.  A.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Baker.    Carroll    Rever    (A28)    U.S.Navy 
Balloch,  Edward  A.    (6,   25,   28)    1621   Con- 
necticut Ave 
Bell,  Wm.  H.   (28)   U.S.Navy 
Betts,  Norman  S.   (28)  U.S.Navy 
Biello,  Jos.   A.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Birmingham.  Henry  P.   (28)   U.S.Army 
Bishop.  I>iul3  W.   (28)   U.S.Navy 
Bliss.  Raymond  W.  (28)  U.S.Army 
Blue.   Rupert    (28)   U.S.P.H.S 
Boone,  Joel  T.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Borden.  Danl.  U  (25,  28)  The  Rochamheau 
B  .rden.  Wm.  C.   (25.  28)  2306  Tracy  St 
Bovee.  John  W.   (2,  «,  28)  Tile  Koihambeau 
Bowen,  W.  S.    (28)    2103  Rhode  Island  Are. 

N.E 
Braisted,  Wm.  Clarence  (28)  U.S.Navy 
Brooke,  Roger   (28)    U.S.Army 
Bunker,  Chas.   W.  0.    (28)   U.S.Navy 
Butler,  Chas.  S.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Cahlll.  James  A.,  Jr.  (28)  1830  JelTerion  PI 
Camerer,  Clvde  B.  (28)  U.S.Navy 
Canning.  Austin  J.   (28)    U.S.Army 
Carr,  Claude  W.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Cather,  David  C.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Chamberlain,  Weston  R.   (28)   U.S.Army 
Chambers,  Wm.   (28)  T'.S.Navy 
Chipman.  Cline  H.    (21)    142U  Rhode  I«:ard 

Ave.  N.W 
Clark.  Albert  Patton  (28)  U.S.Amiy 
Clifford.  Addlscm  B.  (28)   U.S.Navy 
Clifton,  Alfred  Lee  (28)  U.S.Navy 
Collins.  C.  Clark    (28)    U.S.Army 
Craig.  Chas.  F.   (28)  U.S.Army 
Cn'lghton,   Saml.   S.    (28)    U.S.Army 
Crooson.  Henry  J.  (25)   1746  M  St    N.W 
Curiimlng.  Hugh  8.   (28)    U.S.P.H  S 
Cumraings.  Edward  J.   128)   U  S..N.iv\ 
Darnall,  Carl  R.   (28)  U.S.Army 
Davis,  Wm.  R.   (28)   U.S  Army 
Del.aney.  Matthew  A.   (2,'<)  US  Atniv 
DeS4ez,  Paul  T.   (28)  1".S.Navy 
EjiL.n,  Wm.  E.   (28)   U.S.Navy 
Elliott,  Middleton  Stuart,  Jr.   (28)    U.S.Navy 
Erving,   Wm.   G.    (3.    25.   28.  28)    I'l-'!    <  — 

nectlcut  Ave.  N.W 
Farwell.  Wrey  G.   (28)  U.S.Navy 
Field,  James  Gaven  (28)  U.S.Navy 
Fife.  James  D.    (28)   IT.S.Army 
Ford.  Jos.  Herbert  (28)  U.S.Army 
Fowler,  Harry  A.    (25.  28)    1621  Connecticut 

Ave 
Fuller,  Homer  G.  (25)  The  Farragut 
liannon.  James  A.   (25)    1915  Biltmore  St 
Garnett,    A.    Y.    P.    (1)     1824    Massa<hu»ett< 

Ave 
Garrison.  Harry  Alfrwl  (28)   US  Navy 
(-■alfvvood.  James  Iniiican  (28)    U.S.Navr 
(Mlihrist,  Harry  L.   (28)    U.S.Army 
(■Icniian.  James  D.    (28)    U.S.Army 
Gravson,  Cary  T.   (28)    U.S.Navv 
Grieve,  Chas.  Courtney    (28)    U.S..\a>v 
Grissinger.  Jay  W.   (28)    U.S.Army 
(;roover.    Thoe,    A.     (25)     1621    Connecf.cut 

Ave.  N.W 
Gwvnn.  Wm.  C.   (25)    1514,  30lh  St.  N.W 
Hauner.  Francis  R.   (6.  25,  28)  The  Farragut 
Hall,  Custls  L.    (25)    I6th  St.  N.W 
Halloran.   Paul  S.    (28)   U.S.Army 
U.(vnes.  Jame.s  Plummer  (28)  I'.S.Navy 
HIgglns.  Montgomery   K.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Hooe,    A.    Barnes    (25.   28)    1220.    16th   St 

N.W 
How.    Robt.   A.    (25)    The  Burlington 
Horgan,   Edmund   J.    (25,   28)    Stnneleigli   (I 
Hi)»ard.    Deane    C.    (28)    U.S.Arniv 
H.nl.    Robt.    Eustis    (28)    I'.S.Navy 
Huff.   Earle   P.    (28)    US  Navy 
Huttim,    Paul    C.     (28)    U.S.Armv 
Ideii.   John   Hooe    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Ireland.    Merrltte   W.    (28)    IS.  Army 
Jackson,  Virgil  B.   (25.  ?8)    1801  K  81.  N.W 
Johnson.   Howard   H.    (28)    U.S.Army 
.lohnson.  Lucius  W.    (28)    US. Navy 
Jones,   Percy    L.    (28)    U.S.Army 


Juenemann.   Geo.    F.    (28)    U.S.Army 
Kane.   Howard    F.    (28)    Stonelelgh    Ct 
Kaufman,   John    Brooks    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Kearney,    Henrv    W.    (21)     1229    0    St.    N.W 
Keller,  Wm.    L.    (28)    U.S.Army 
Kelley,  John  T.  Jr.   (28)    1312,  15th  St.  N.W 
Kennedy,    Robt.    Morris    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Kerr.  Harry  H.    (6,   25.  28.   31)    1742  N   St. 

N.W 
Kirk,  Norman  T.    (28)    U.S.Army 
Ijimb,   Robt.    S.    (25)    Stonelelgh   Ct 
Uirkln,  P.   Edward   (25)    1726  M  St.   N.W 
Lawrence.  Howard  F.   (28)   U.S.Navy 
I^wson.  Huron  W.    (28)    1706  Rhode  Island 

Ave.    N.W 
Ledbetter,  Robt.  Emmet    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Irfhr.  Louis  C.    (25.  28)    1737  H  St.  N.W 
I^wls,  Buff  G.    (25)    1311,   14tli  St.   N.W. 
Lewis,   Harry  S.    (25,   28)    2839  Connecticut 

Ave 
Lowe,  Thos.   F.    (25)    1316   New    Hampshire 

Ave 
Uvnch.  Chas.    (28)    U.S.Army 
.Macdonald.   Thos.    L.    (28)    1501    Massachu- 
setts   Ave.    N.W 
Magee,  M.  D'A.    (25)    1623  Connecticut  Ave. 

N.W 
Marburv.  Wm.   B.    (28)    1015,   16th   St.   N.W 
Martel,  Leon  A.    (25)    1720  M  St.  N.W 
.Martin,   Thos.    Chas.    (25)    The   Rochiui' 
.\lcCaw.   W.    D.    (28)    Army    .Medical    S 
.McCullough.   Frank   Edward    (28)     U..-^N    .. 
McDiil.    John   Rich    (28)    U.S.P.H.S. 
McDonald,    Robt.    C.    (28)    U.S.Army 
.Mclean,    Allen    Donald    (28)    U.S.Navy 
.Mc.Mullln.   Jos.   J.    A.    (28)    ir.S.Navy 
Melhorn,   Kent   Churchill    (28)    ll,8.Navy 
.Merrill,  Waller  H.  (25)  Medical  Science  Bidu 
.Miller.  Gideon  B.  (2,  25.  28)   1730  K  St.  N.W 
Miller.  Reuben  B.    (28)    U.S.Anny 
Minter.  James   M.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Mitchell,   James  F.    (5,  6.  25.  28,   30)    1344, 

19lh    St.    N.W 
Moran,  John   F,    (1,   6,   25.   28)    2426   Penn- 
sylvania  Ave.    N.W 
Morse.    Chas.    F.    (28)    U.S.Anny 
.Moulden.  W.   R.    (25)    The    Montana 
.Mundell.   Joe.   J.    (JS,  28)    I.'.S.Navy 
Munger,    Curtta    B.    (28)     U.S.Navy 
Murphy.    Jos.    A.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Nelil.   Thos.    E.    (25)    1344,    19th   St.    N.W 
.Newell.  Wm.  s.   (25)   The  Ansberry  Medical 

Science    Bldg 
Nlcli..lnH.   Henry  J.    (28)    U.S.Anny 
Noble.    Hobt.    E.     (28)     U.S.Army 
Northliiulon,   Eugene  G.    (28)    George  Wash- 
ington   University    Medical    School 
0-.Malley.  John   Jos.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Oman,    chas.    Maiden    (28)    L'.S.Navv 
Owen,   Wm.    O.    (28)    2719   OnUrlo  Rd     N  « 
I'arce,   Alexander  Dwight    (28)    U.S.Amiy 
Parker.    >:dwnrd    M.     (25,    28)    1726    M.    Si 

N.W 
Patterson,    Robt.    Urle     (28)     U.S.Anny 
Phalen,  James   M.    (28)    U.S.Army 
Phelps,  Jos.    Royal    (28)    U.S  Navy 
Plerson,   Robt.    Hamilton    (28)    U.S.Armv 
Plllsbury,  Henry  C.    (28)    U.S.Army 
IMeadwell.    Frank   I.*ster    (28)    U.S.Navv 
Prentiss.  Danl.  W.   (25.  281    1213  M  St.  N.W 
Putzkl,   Paul   8.    (28)    Columbia   Hospital 
Ralson,    Thos.    W.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Ransdell,  Robt,  C.    (28)   2013  Massachusetts 

Ave.    N.W 
li.Msoner.  Mathew  A.    (28)    US. Army 
U...-.I,    Edward    U.    (28)    US. Navy 

It I.   Thurlow   Weed    (28)    U.S.Navy 

Reeves,  Wm.   P.    (25)    100   E.   CaplUI   Ave 
Relchelderfer,  Luther  H.   (25,  28)    1721  Con- 
necticut   Ave.    .N.W 
Reynolds,    (lias.    R.    (28)    U.S.Anny 
RhnaiLs.  Thos.   L,    (28)    U.S.Army 
RIgglcs,  John    1„    (28)    1911    1   St.    N,W 
Kiggs.   Chas.    l^iwarii    (28)    U.S.Navy 
UiilK'rtson,   Gardner   E.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Rodman.    Snml.    S.    (28)  .I.'.S.Navy 
Rigers.   Jos.    D.    (25)     1400    M    81.    N.W 
Uosilter,  Perceval  Sherer  (28)  U.S.Navy 
Rucker.    Wm.    Colby    (28)     I' S.P.H.S 
Russell,  Murray  A.    (25)   2314.  2nth  St 
Sa^iborn,  Chas.  F.  (28)  U.S. Veterans'  Bureau 
Sawyer.    C.    E.    (281    Army    and    Navy    Bldg 
Sihlanscr,    Adam    (28)     U.S.Army 
Sellers.    Frank    E.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Shands.  Aurellus  R.   (3,  6,  28)  901,  16th  St 

N.W 
Sheldon,   Luther   Jr.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Shepanl,   Geo,    W.    (28)    U.S.Navy 
Slier.  Jos.    Franklin    (28)    l^.S.Army 
Smith,  (has.  Gurdon   (28)   lI.B.Nary 


88 


SURGERY,    GYNECOLOGY.     OBSTETRICS    AND    ANESTHESIA 


Smith,  Reo.    Turkcr    (28)    f.S.NaTy 
Smith.  Harold    W.    (28)     li.S.Navy 
Smith.  IJoyd  Llewellyn    (28)    T.S.Army 
."ipeiir.   K«ym<ind    (28)    I'.S.Navy 
SiiriKK.   Wm.    .M.    (25)    815   Connet-tlout    Ave 
staiiltv,  A.   (amp    (28)    The  Farragtit 
Slavi-lv.  Albert   I-.    (25,  28)    1744  M  St.  X.W 
StItI,   Edward   Khndea    (28)    C.S.Navy 
Stone,   l-iaai-   S.    (6,  28)    St(.neleli:h    (I 
Strine,    Howard   Francis    (28)    l^.S.Xavy 
SiiUlvaii,   Kc.tit.    Y.    (25,  28)    Stoneleich  Ct 
Titus.    Elijah    While    (28)    815    Connecticut 

Ave 
Tritile,    Ceo.    Bamett    (28)    I'.S.Navy 
Tutlle,   Arnold  Uwiiiht    (28)    I'.S.Array 
Vaufthan,  (imi.  T.   (5,  «.  25,  28)   1718  1  St. 

X.W 
WaUon.    Chas.   M.    (28)    U.S  Army 
Warner,   J.    W.    (15)    1027    Vermont    Ave 
Warner,   Otio    N.    (21)    Provldinre    Ho»|iii«i 
Warner.   Richard   Ambrose    (2N)    rs\    ■■ 
Webb,    rivs   Robt.    (28)    i;.S.Xa\\ 
Weetl.    Frank   W.    (28)    U.S.Anu\ 
Welles,  Edward  M.  Jr.    (28)    USArjov 
Welllnnton,  ,Iohn  R.   (25,  28)   1712  I.anler  PI 
White,  (has.  S.    (23,  28)    911,  lt;th  St.  X.W 
Wlnii.   (dndlc  K.    (28)    U.S.Xavv 
w,  iff.   Jklwin  I'hillp   (28)    IVS.Army 
Wu.,(l».    Edgar    Lyons    (28)    L'.S.Navy 
Younit.  Wm.   0.    (25)    1523   L  St.   X.W 
Zalesky,   Wm.   J.    (28)    L'.S.Navy 

FLORIDA 
State  at  Large 
Beckman.  Ceo.  E.  (21)  Jacksonville,  Fla 
Ho.vd.  John  E.  (28)  Jacksonville,  Fla 
larlton,  I-eland  F.   (28)  Tampa.  Fla 
Imy,  Ciaston  (21)  Jack.sonville,  Fla 
DeGarmo,  Wm.  B.   (28)  Cncoani!!  Crmc    V!.^ 
Helms.  John  S.    (6.  2,s  i    - 
Holden.  Gerrv  R.  ((!.  :;- 
Kime,  Kufua  R.    (28)   " 
Lincoln.  Walter  R.   (1 ' 
Rogers.  Carey  P.    (6,  .i 
S.iyles,  Chas.  F.   (28)    ^ 
SMiiih,  Dean  T.   (28)    l>aM>.ii.i.  l.a 
smiih.  M.  A.   (28)   St.  Petersburir.  Fin 
Swift.  Milne  B.   (28)   Orlando.   Fla 
Teeter,  Edmund  H.   (28)  Jacksonville.  Fla 
Tiirck.  Raymond  C.  (28)  Jacksonville.  Fla 
Waas,  Fredk.  J.    (28)  Jacksonville.  Fla 
Webb,  W.  D.   (25.  28)   St.  Augustine.  Fla 

GEORGIA 
Atlanta 

Barneti.  .-iciMon  T.    (28)   20  E.  Linden  St 
Bartholomew,  Rudolph  A.   (28)    20  Ponce  dc 

I^tm    Ave 
Ben.son.   .Marion  T.   (28)   Atlanta  Xafl  Bank 

Bide 
Blackwell.  Edward  Maurice  (28)  V.S.Navy 
Boland.  Frank  K.  (6.  28)  436  Peachiree  St 
Campbell.  James  L.  (28)  Doctors'  Bklc 
t  hamplon.  Wm.  L.  (28)   Grant  Bldg 
Collier.  Thos.   J.    (21)   Doctors'  Bldg 
Davis.  Edward  C.    (28)    25  E.  Linden  .St 
Davison.  Thos.  C.  (28)  Doctors'  BlOg 
Denton.  John  F.  (28)  Doctors'  Bldg 
Dowman,  Chas.  E.,  Jr.  (6,  28,  31)  78  Forrest 

Ave 
Earnest.  John  G.  (6)  165  Juniper  St 
Elkin,  Wm.  S.  (6,  28)   Candler  Bldg 
Ellis.  James  X.   (28)  Fourth  Xat'l  Bank  Bldt 
Goldsmith.  Wm.  S.  (fi.  28)   Healev  Bldg 
Hardin.  Lewis  S.    (2S)   Hurt  Bldg 
Highsmith,   Emmett  D.    (28)    Trust  Company 

of   Georgia    Bldg 
Hodgson.  Fred  G.  (3.  6,  28)  746  Peachfree  St 
H.jke.  Michael   (3)   15  W".  Alexander  St 
Holmes.  Walter  R.,  Jr.  (28)  Doctors'  Bldg 
Huguley,  Geo.  P.  (28)   54  Forrest  Ave 
.Matthews.  Oscar  H.  (28)  65  Forrest  Ave 
McCord,  James  R.  (28)   373  Courtland  St 
-Miller.  Hal   C.    (2S)    Hurt  Bldg 
Nicholson,  Wm.  P.   (6,  28)  Pine  and  Peach- 
tree  Sts 
Noble.  Geo.  H.   (1,  2.  6,  28)  186  S.  Prvor  St 
Person,  Weldon  E.   (28)   Candler  Bids; 
Porter.  Ralph  S.    (28)   I'. S. Army 
Reid.  K.  Lowder  (21)   403  Greenwood  Ave 
Selman.  Wm.  A.  (28)  79  Forrest  Ave 
Shallenberger.   Wm.  F.    (28)    Hurt  Bide 
Westmoreland,  Willis  F.  (1,  6,  28)  331  Cotui- 

land  St 
Yankey,  Worth  E.  (21)  436  Peachtree  St 

Augusta 

Akerman,  Jos.   (28)    Hftii  Harper  St 
Bernard.  Guy  T.    (28)   204,  13th  St 


Crane,  Chas.  W.  (28)  Lamar  BIdR 
Doughty.  Wm.  H.,  Jr.  («,  28)    822  Greene  8t 
(Joodrich.  Wm.  H.  (28)  Lamar  Bldg 
Michel,  Henry  M.  (28)  Herald  Bldg 
Rhodes.  Robt  L.   (6,  28)   Lamar  Bldg 
Travlor.  Geo.  A.    (28)    Lamar  Bldg 
Wright,  Thos.  R.    (28)   402.  »th  St 

Statt  at  Larga 

Bi  Ga 

Br  Kenning,  tia 

DoM  Mile.  Ga 

Folks,  Wm.  Mur;:an  Ci.M  Wu.vcroas,  Ga 
Goldwalte,  Ralph  Harvard   (28)  Ft.  Benolng, . 

Oa 
Ooss,  Ralph  M.  (28)  Athena,  Oa 
Hansen,  Haywood  S.   (28)  Ft.  Bennlng,  Ua 
Harbin,  Robt.  M.  (28)   Rome,  Ga 
Harbin.  Wm.  P.   (28)   Rome,  Ga 
Harrold,  Chas.  C.   (28)    Macon,  Ga 
Hllsman.  Agnew  H.   (28)  Albany,  Ga 
Jones,  Jabez    (28)   Savannah.  Ga 
IJttle.  Alexander  G.  (28)  Valdosta,  Ga 
Little.  Arthur  D.  H.  (28)  ThomaiTllIe.  Ca 
Nolan,  Chas.  T.    (28)  Marietta.  Ga 
Norton,  Walter  At)ell  (28)  Savannah.  Oa 
I'aher.  Chas.    (28)  Savannah,  Ga 
VanDu.sen,  James  Wallace  (28)  Ft.  Bennlng. 

Ga 
Waring,  Thos.  P.  (6.  28)  Savannah,  Ga 
Watt,  Chas.  H.  (28)   Thomasvlile,  Ca 
Weaver,  Olln  H.  (28)  .Macon.  G a 
White,  Geo.  R.  (1,  28)  Savannah,  Ga 

IDAHO 
State  at  Large 

Alexander,    Duncan   Lome    (28)    Twin   FalN 

ld» 
Cr^rlthers.  Warner  H.  (28)  Moscow,  Ma 
-       ,v    Osra'  C.   (28)   Lewlston.  Ida 
'  lilTord  M.   (28)  Idaho  Falls.  Ida 
'  !    Will.  F.   (28)  Pocatello.  Ida 

Luclen  P.   (28)   Boise.  Ida 
Frank   W.    (28)    Blackfoot.  Ida 
\  Chas.  R.   (28)  Wallace,  Ida 

Mullen.  Thos.  F.  (28)   Pocatello.  Ida 
Xevvton.  Abram  M.   (28)   Pocatello,  Id.i 
Numbers.  Jos.   R.   (2s     H.  i^.-     Ida 
Plltengcr.  Fred  A.  Ma 

Roberts.  Edward  X  Ho.  Ida 

Scott,  Chas.  R.  (28) ;..,.<.  Ida 

ShalT.  Chas.  W.    (28)    Lewisjon.  Ida 
Spencer.  Harry  D.   (28)  Idaho  Falls,  i 
Springer.  John  S.    (28)   Boise.  Ida 
Stewart.  James  L.  S.  (28)   Boise,  Ida 
Taylor.  John  M.   (28)   Boise.  Ida 
Wright.  Wm.  A.   (28)   Pocatello,  Ida 

ILLINOIS 
Chicago 

Allport.  Walter  H.  (13)  40  Bellevue  PI 
Anierson.  Geo.  C.  (28)  31  X.  State  S' 
Andrews.  Edward  W.   (5,  7,  13,  28,  30)    122 

S.  Michigan  Ave 
Andrews.  Frank  T.  (2.  11.  28)  448  Barry  Ave 
Atkeisson.  John  E.    (21,  33)   1954  Milwaukee 

Bachelle,  Cecil  V.  (28)   30  X.  Michigan  Ave 
Bacon.  Chas.  S.  (U,  28)  2156  Sedgwick  St 
Baer,  Jos.  U  (2,  11,  28)   104  S.  Michigan  Ave 
Bailey,  E.  Stillman  (28)  22  E.  Washingt-  n  St 
Barnes.  Walter  S.  (28)   29  E.  Madison  St 
Barrett.   Channing  W.    (1,   2,  11,   28)    25   E. 

Washington   St 
Bartholonieu.    Anna    I*    L.    (21,   33)    Wesley 

Memorial  Hospital 
Baum.  W.   L.   (28)   30  X.  Michigan  Ave 
Beck,  Carl   (13.  28)  2551  X.  Clark  St 
Beck.  Emil  G.   (7,  13,  28)  2551  X.  Clark  St 
Behrendt.  Arthtir  J.   (12)   2424  Armltage  Ave 
Belfleld,  Wm.  T.   (28)   31  X.  State  St 
Besley,  Fred.  A.  (5,  7,  13,  28)  104  S.  Michi- 
gan Ave 
Bettman,  Ralph  B.  (28)  104  S.  Michigan  Ave 
Bevan.  Arthur  D.  (5,  6,  12,   13.  28,  30)    122 

S.   Michigan  Ave 
Birk.  .lohn  W.  (28)   4654  Sheridan  Rd 
Black.  Arthur  D.    (28)    122  S.  Michigan  Ave 
Blomgren,   W.    L.    (21)    3400    Lawrence    Ave 
Bouffleur.  Albert  1.    (28)   63  E.  Adams  St 
Brophv.  Truman  W.    (28)   81  E.  Madison  St 
Brougham.  Edward  J.    (13,  28)    163  W.  Chi- 
cago Ave 
Brown,  Edward  M.   (13.  28)   24  E.  Washing- 
ton   St 
Buchblnder,  Jacob  B.    (13)   104  S.  Michigan 

Ave 
Buck,   Carroll   Deforest    (28)    r.S.Army 


Buford,  Coleman  O.  (13,  38)    12Z  8.  Michi- 
gan   Ave 
Bussey,   Geo.   N.    (28)    I8I0  Wilson   Ave 
Buawell,    CUrk   A.    (28)    1953    Inrtng    Park 

BlTd 
Byford.    Henry    T.    (3,    7,    11,    33)    People* 

Gas    Bldg 
Carter,  Thos.  A.    (38)    190  X.   State   St 
Cary,  Frank    (28)    30  N.   Michigan    Ave 
ChUlett,   Howard   H.    (13,   28)    4721    Ureeo- 

w  ood    Jl  V  9 
Christopher,  Fredk.    (13)    25   E.   Washington 

St 
Clark,    Chaa.   C,    (38)    765   Oakwood    Blvd 
aark.   Peter  8.    (28)    104  S.   Michigan  Ave 
riiver,    Paul    M.    (28)    850    K.    47th   St 
Conklln,  Alice   I.    (28)    32   X.   SUte  St 
C(K.mb«.    Sylvan    (13.    28)     25    E.    Washing- 
ton   St 
Corbus,  Budd  C.   (38)    30  N.   Michigan   Ave 
Cornell,    Edward    L.    (28)    122    S.    Michigan 

Ave 
Coulter,    John    Stanley    (28)    5   N.    Wabash 

Ave 
Crile.   D.    R.   W.    (13)    2106   Sedgwick   8t 
Cubblns.   Wm.    R.    (7,   13,   38)    2»   E.   Madi- 
son  St 
Culbertaon,  Carey    (2,   11,  28)   30  N.  Michi- 
gan   Ave 
Cupler.  Ralph  C.    (13.  28)   2259  W.   24rh  St 
Curtis.  Arthur  H.    (2,   11,  28)    104  S.  Mlchl- 

Dagg.  Thos.  L.  (21)  25  E.  Washington  St 
Davenport,  Geo.  U  (13.  281  31  N.  State  St 
David,  Frank  E.  (28)  25  E.  Washington  8t 
David.  Vernon  C.   (7.  13)   25  E.  Washington 

St 
T>     is,    Ray   H.    (38)    30   N.    Michigan    Ave 
(  arl    B.    (5,    7,    13,    28.    30)     122    8. 

■  i.   Iiigan    Ave 
liavjs,   Geo.   G.    (13,   38)    208   S.   LaSalle   St 
Davis,  Thos.  A.    (13,  28)    1830  W.    Harrison 

St 
Davison,  Chas.  (13.  28)  University  Hospital 
Dean.  Elmer  A.  (28)  U.S.Army 
DeLee,  Jos.  B.  (2,  11.  28)  426  E.  51st  St 
Delprat,  John  C.  (28)  25  E.  Washington  St 
Docring,  Edmund  J.  (28)  81  E.  Madison  St 
Donlon,  Stephen   £.    (28)    4758  W.   Madlaun 

St 
Dooley,  Harry  J.   (28)    17  S.   Crawford  Ave 
•<  -'   nd.  Wm.  A.  N.    (11,  28)    25  E.  Wash- 
•  .n    St 

..11.  Guy  G.    (28)    135   Park  Row 
l>']>ii.y.    Emillus    C.     (11,    13,    28)     122    S. 

Michigan    Ave 
Diiir.    R.    Robinson    (28)     1118    W.    35th    St 
Dyas.  Fredk.  G.   (7,  13,  28)   25  E.  Waahing- 

t"n   St 
KlirnKinn.  Fred  J.  E.    (28)    2059  W.   21st  Si 
'  Danl.    N.     (7,    13,    28)     30    X. 

Ave 
i     ..^   ..     1^-on    (28)    714   Grace  St 
Fischmann.  Egon  W.   (28)  602  W.  North  Ave 
Fltz-Patrlck,  Gilbert    (28)    122   S.    Michigan 

Ave 
Flannery,    R.    E.    (28)    2014    W.    North    Ave 
Fowler.   Edson   B.    (28)    7   W.   Madison  St 
Frank.  Jacob  (12,  13,  28)   25  E.  Washington 

St 
Frankenthal,     Lester     E.     (11,     28)     5     S. 

Wabash    Ave 
Friend,  Emanuel   (13,  28)   5  N.  Wabash  Ave 
Fuller,  Wm.   (7.  12,  13.  28)   25  B.  Washing- 
ton  St 
Gatewood    (13,   28)    122   S.   Michigan   Ave 
Gibson,  Harold  K.   (11)    30  X.  Michigan  Ave 
Gilmer,  Thos.  L.   (28)    122  S.  Michigan  Ave 
Golden.   John   F.    (13.   28)    104   S.    Michigan 

Goldspohn.  Albert  (1,  11,  28)  2120  Cleve- 
land  Ave 

(Joldstlne,  Mark  T.  (11,  28)  25  E.  Wash- 
ington   St 

Graham.  Archie  J.   (28)   6250  S.  Halsted  St 

Graham,  David  W.  (13,  28)  7  W.  Madison 
St 

Graham,  John  A.  (28,  31)  30  N.  Michigan 
Ave 

Green.  Geo.  W.    (28)    4654  Sheridan   Rd 

Greensfelder,  Louis  A.  (13,  28)  104  S.  Mich- 
igan Ave 

Grosvenor,  Wallace  F.  (28)  4700  Sheridan 
Rd 

Hagens.  Garrett  J.    (28)    7207  S.  Halsted  St 

Haines,  Frances  E.  (21,  33)  25  E.  Wash- 
ington   St 

Halstead,  Albert  E.  (5,  7,  13,  28)  30  N. 
Michigan   Ave 

Hammond,  Walter   C.    (28)    6253    Ellis   Ave 


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Hancheft,     Wm.     McMtcken     (13)      122     S. 

Michigan    Ave 
Harden,   Robt.   W.    (12)    24   N.    Wabash  Ave 
Harger,  John  Ross   (13.  28)   25  E.  Washing- 
ton  St 
Harris,   Malcolm   L.    (5,   7,    12,    13,   28,   30) 

25  E.   Washington  St 
Harsha,  Wm.  M.   (T,  13,  28)  30  N.  Michigan 

Ave 
Harsha.  Wm.  Thos.  (28)  30  N.  Michigan  Ave 
Harvey.    Andrew   M.    (28)    836    S.    Michigan 

Blvd 
Harvey.  James  A.   (28)   25  E.  Washington  Si 
Heaney,  Noble  S.    (2,  11,  28)    104  S.  Michi- 
gan  Ave 
Henderson,  E.   E.    (28)    2725   W.    North   Ave 
Herb.   Isabella   C.    (21,   33)    110   S.   Ashland 

Blvd 
Herbst,  Robt.  H.    (28)    104  S,  Mlelilgan  Ave 
Hessert.    Wm.     (7,     13,    28)     547     Fullerton 

Parkway 
Hewitt,   Wm.    F.    (28.    33)    122   S.    Michigan 

HlUis,   David   S.    (11.   28)    104   S.    Michigan- 
Holmes,    Rudolph    W.     (2,    11,    28)     9,S2    X. 

Michigan   Ave 
Hopkins.  C.  W,    (7.  13,  28)   322  N.  Wells  St 
Homer,  D.  A.    (11)    209  S.   State  St 
Howland,   Edward   D.    (28)    30  N.    Michigan 

Ave 
Iseman,  Lawrence  L.    (13,  28)   30  S.  Michi- 
gan Ave 
Jackson,  Harry  (13,  28)  104  S.  Michigan  Ave 
Jacobs,  Chas.  M.    (3,  12,  28)   31  N.  SUte  St 
Jones,  Haruid    (13)    122  8.   Michigan  Ave 
Kscln,  Waiburga    (33)    5960  Hermiuge  Ave 
Kahlke,  Chas.   E.    (13,  28)    25  E.   Washing- 
ton St 
Kanavel.   Allen    B.    (5,    7,    13,    28.    30     31) 

30  N.  Michigan  Ave 
Kelley,  Thos.   H.    (28)    818  E.    75th  St 
Kerr,  Norman   (12,  13,  28)    25  E.  Washing- 
ton St 
Keyes,  A.  Belchman  (11,  28)   112  S.  Michi- 
gan Are 
Knowles,   Myrtha    (33)    St.    Lukes    Hospital 
Koch,  Sumner  L.    (13)    30  N.   Michigan  Ave 
Kolischer,    Gustave    (11)     108    N.    Sute    St 
Koll,   Irvin   S.    (28)    31    N.   Sute   St 
Krause,   H.    (21)    25  E.  Washington  St 
Kretschmer,  Herman  L.  (7)  122  S.  Michigan 

Ave 
Kreuscher,  Philip  H.    (13,  28)   30  N.  Michi- 
gan Ave 
Kuflewskl.  Wladyslaw  A.   (28)   1725  S.  Ash- 
land Ave 
Lackner,    Julius    E.    (28)     1(M    8.    Michigan 

Ave 
Lee,  W.   Geo.    (11)    4557  Broadway 
Lesplnasae,   V.   D.    (28)    7  W.   Madison  St 
Lewis,    Dean    D.    (5,    6,    7,    13.    28     30     31) 

122  8.   Michigan  Ave 
Lewis,  Henry  F.    (II)    25  E.  Washington  St 
lobdell,    Effla    L.     (28.    33)     Marshall    Field 

BIdg 
Logan,  Wm.   H.    (28)    20   E.   Madison   St 
Loun-sburj-.    BenJ.    F.    (13.    28)    2449    Wa.Hh- 

Ington   Blvd 
Luken.    Martin    G.     (28)     1954    Irving    Park 

Blvd 
Lundgren,    Albert    T.     (28)    2155    Clereland 

Are 
Lyons.   Mary    (33)    5200  W.  Madison  St 
Mack.  Burton  W.   (28)  4159  W.  North  Ave 
Magnuson.  Paul  B.   (13,  28)  30  N.  .Michigan 

Are 
Mammen.  Goeke  H.  (28)  2706  N.  Rockwell  81 
Martin,    Franklin    H.    (2.   6,    U.    28)    30    N. 

Mlchip.tn   Ave 
McArthur.  Lewis  L.  (5.  7.  12,  13,  28,  30)  122 

S.   .Michigan   Are 
McArthur,  Sellm  (13)   122  8.  Michigan  Ave 
McAullIT,  Geo.  R.  (21)  923  Alrdrle  PI 
McCoIlum,  Sally  J.  (21,  33)  29  E.  Madison  8t 
McEwen,  Marr  «.   (28)   25  E.  Washington  St 
McOowan,  John  B.    (28)   72  W.  Adams  St 
McGulnn,  James  J.   (28)  30  N.  Michigan  Ave 
McKenna,  C.  Hugh  (28)   3511  Archer  Ave 
McNealy,  Raymond  W.  (13)  25  E.  Washing- 
ton St 
McWhorter,  Golden  L.  (13,  28)  122  8.  Michi- 
gan Ave 
Meany,  John  J.  (28)  4801  W    M.irlHon  St 
Meyer,  Karl  A.    (13)    Unh  "     i.lul 

Mlilcr,  Edwin  N.  (13)  122  ,  Ave 

Mock.  Harry  E.    (13.  28)    U  ..an  Ave 

Monahnn.  James  J.  (28)  25  K.  Wu-'lilngton  St 
Monash.  David  Falkner   (28)   4735  S.  Michi- 
gan Are 


Montgomery,  A.  H.  (13)  122  S.  Michigan  Are 
Moore,   Frank  D.    (13,   28)    30   N.   Michigan 

Moorhead,  Edward  L  (13,  28)  31  N.  State  St 
Moorehead,  Fredk.  B.  (28)    122  S.  Michigan 

Ave 
Morf.  Paul  F.   (13.  28)   746  Fullerton  Ave 
Morgan,  Benj.    (21)    3508  Ogden  Are 
Morgan,  Wm.  E.   (13)  2526  Calumet  Ave 
Morton.  Frank  R.   (28)  25  E.  Washington  St 
Mueller.  Geo.   (28)  209  S.  State  St 
Nadeau,  Oscar  E.   (13.  28)   2106  Sedgwick  St 
Neir,  James  M.  (13,  28,  33)   104  8.  Michigan 

Are 
Nuzum,  John  (13)  2106  Sedgwick  St 
Ochsner.    Albert  J.    (5,  6,    13,   28,   30)    2106 

Sedgwick  St 
Ochsner,   Edward    R.    (6.    12,    13,    28)    2155 

Cleveland  Ave 
Oden,  Rudolph  J.  E.    (28)   5412  N.  Clark  St 
Ofner,  Oscar  (28)   635  Center  St 
Olentine,   Fred  Blue    (28)    4754   Washington 

Blvd 
Oliver,  Paul   (13,  28)   30  N.  Michigan  Are 
O'Neill.  A.  August  (28)  4607  Chaniplain  Ave 
Orth.  Danl.  A.   (28)  209  S.  State  St 
Paddock.  Chas.  E.   (11,  28)    104  S.  Miclilgan 

Ave 
Parker,  Chas.  A.  (12)  7  W.  Madi.wn  St 
Parkes,  Chas.  H.   (28)  1910  Llnct>ln  Ave 
Patera,  Edward   (281    1809  Loomls   St 
Pavltk,  0.  S.  (11.  28)  801  .Milwaukee  Are 
Pennington,  John  Rawson  (4,  28)  31  N.  State 

St 
Percv,  Nelaon  M.  (5,  13.  28)  2106  Bedrwick 

St 
Pfelfer.  John  P.  (28)   1572  Milwaukee  Are 
Phemlster,  Dallas  B.    (5,   13.  28,   30)    122   S. 

Michigan  Ave 
Phlfer.  Chas.  H.  (28)  30  N.  Michigan  Are 
Pierce,   Frank  E.    (13,  28)    104  S.  Michigan 

Are 
Plummer,  Saml.  C.  (5,  7.  13.  28)  25  E.  Wash- 
ington St 
Pond.  Darwin  B.   (28)  4363  Lincoln  Ave 
Porter,  John  L.   (3.  7,  12,  28)   7  W.  Madison 

St 
Post,  Geo.  W..  Jr.   (28)  4158  W.  Lake  8t 
PotU,  Herbert  A.  (28)   31  N.  State  St 
Redden,  Edward  N.   (28)17  8.  Crawford  Ave 
Reed.  Cha.t.  B.  (11.  28)  31  N.  State  St 
Richter.  Harry  M.   (7,  13,  28)   104  8.   Michi- 
gan Ave  ' 
RIdlon.  John  (12,  28)   7  W.  Madison  St 
Riebei.  Ernest  C.  (13)  302  W.  63d  St 
Ries.  Emll   (U)   30  N.  Michigan  Are 
Roberg,  Oscar  T.   (28)  2749  W.  Foster  Are 
Rogers,  Ca.ssius  C.  (13,  28)  25  E.  Washington 

St 
Ryan.  Lawrence  (13,  28)  32  N.  State  St 
Rycrson,  Edwin  W.  (3.  12,  28)  122  8.  Michi- 
gan Are 
Sadler,  Lena  K.  (28)   533  Dirersey  P«rk»a\ 
Sadler.  Wm.   S.    (28)    533  Dirersey  Parkwai 
Sanford,  Wiliard  C.  (28)  31  N.  State  St 
Saurenhaus.  Ernst  (28)   .50  Bellerue  PI 
Sawyer,  Chas.  F.   (IS.  28)    104  8.   Michigan 

Are 
Schiller,  Hcllodor   (28)  29  E.  Madison  St 
Schmitz,   Henry   (1,  II,  28)    23  E.  Washing 

ton  St 
Schochet.  8.  S.  (11)   5310  Michigan  Ave 
Schoenberii.  A.  John   (28)   747  Fullerton  Ave 
Schrager.  Victor  L.    (13)   3300  DouglaH  Blvd 
Schrneder.  Geo.  H.   (28)   2705  W.  North  Ave 
Schroeder.    Wm.    E.     (13,    28)     Wesley    Me 

mcirlal  Hospital 
Scifirt.  Mathlas  J.   (28)  30  N.  Michigan  Am- 
.■<i'nii.  Emanuel  J   (13)   25  E.  Washlnt'lon   St 
.-^hackclton.  Wm.   E.    (13)    25   E.  Washlnglnn 

St 
Simon,  Ludwig  8.  (28)  31  N.  Bute  At 
Smith.  Edwin  M.    (12)  861  N.  LaSalle  81 
Speed.  Kellogg,  (5.  7.   13,  28)   122  8.  Michi- 
gan Ave 
Stahi.  Frank  A.   (11)   31  N.  State  St 
Steele,  Danl.  A.  K.   (13.  28)   ,30  N.  Michigan 

SIcIn,  Irving  F.    (II)  30  N.  Michigan  Ave 
Straus.  D.  C.  (13,  28)  30  N.  Michinan  Are 
Strauss.  Alfred  A.   (28)   104  8.  Michigan  Are 
Strawn.  Julia   C.    (28)   22   E.  Washington  .St 
Sullivan,  Thos.  J.   (13,  28)   4729  S.   Ashland 

Ave 
Swen.snn,    Carl    C.     (13,    28)     440    Fullerton 

Parkway 
Swift.   Wm,   J.    (28)   220  8.  State   8t 
Taruowiky,  Geo.  de  (11,  13,  28)  30  N.  Mich- 
igan Are 
Test,  F.  C.   (12)  30  N.  Mldil(an  Ave 

90 


Thomas.  Henry  B.   (12.  28)    30  N.  Michigan 

Are 
Thompson.  Geo.  F.  (13.  28)  -1100  W.  Madison 

St 
Thompson,  Wm.  M.  (11,  28)  23  E.  Washing- 
ton  St 
Van  Hook,  Weller  (13)   31  N.  State  St 
Van  Hoosen.  Bertha  (28)  25  E.  Washington 

St 
Vaughan.  Roger  T.  (7.  IS,  28)  30  N.  Michi- 
gan Ave 
Waters,  Oren  J.  (28)   3  W.  Delaware  PI 
Watklns,  Thos.  J.   (2.  11,  28)    104  S.   Michi- 
gan  Are 
Webster.  John  C.  (2)   104  S.  Michigan  Are 
Werellus  Axel   (28)   30  N.  Michigan  Ave 
Wiener.  Alex.  C.  (12)  225  N.  .Michigan  Ave 
Williams.  Danl.  H.  (28)  3129  Indiana  Are 
Wolfer.  .John  A.  (13,  28)  30  N.  Michigan  Are 
Woolston.  Wesley  John    (28)   25  E.   Wa.shing- 

ton  St 
Wynekoop,  Chas.  I.   (28)  737  Sheridan  Bd 
Wynekoop,  OUbert  H.  (28)  4500  Sheridan  Rd 
Xelouskt.  Thaddeus  Z.   (28)   1053  .Milwaukee 

Ave 
Yarros.  Rachelle  S.  (28)    Sno  S.  Halsted  St 
Zabokrtaky.  Jos.   (28)   31  N.  State  St 
Zapffe.  Fred  C.   (28)  25  E.  Washington  St 
Zimmerman,  Augustus  G.   (28)  30  N.  Michi- 
gan Are 

State  at  Large 
.Vppelle.  Geo.  C.   (21)   Champaign,  111 
Babcock,  Henry  S.   (28)    Danville.  Ill 
Bacon.  Jay  Harrey   (28)    Peoria,  111 
Bacon,  Jos.  B.  (1,  28)   Macomb.  Ill 
Barton.  Francis  W.  (28)   Danville.  HI 
Best.  Chas.  L.  (28)  Freeport.  Ill 
Hispham.  Wm.  N.   (28)   Ft  Sheridan,  111 
Black,  Carl  E.  (7,  28)   Jacksonville.  Ill 
Bondurant.  Flint  (28)   Cairo.  Ill 
Brodrlck.  Frank  W.  (28)  Sterling.  Ill 
Brown,  Paul  F.  (28)  Maywood,  III 
Hryan,  Thos.  A.    (28)    Mattoon,  til 
Burns,  J.  Robt.  (28)    Freoport.  Ill 
Carter,  Wm.  J.  (28)    Mattoon,  111 
Catlln.  Sanford  R.   (2S)   Rockford,  III 
Chandler,  Augustus  W.    (28)    Rochelle.  Hi 
Clark,  Dwlght  F.  (28)   Eranston.  Ill 
cohn,  Kugcn   (28)  Kankakee,  III 
Coleman,  Everett  P.   (28)   Canton,  111 
Coleman,  James  E.   (28)  Canton,  111 
Collins,  CUtTord  U.   (7,  28)   Peoria,  Hi 
Cnlhane,  Thos.   H.   (28)   Rockford,  III 
Danforth,  Wm.  C.  (2,  II,  28)  Eranston.  Ill 
DeValln,  Chas    M.  (28)  Great  Lakes.  Ill 
Dreyer,  John  W.    (28)   Aurora,  111 
East,  Clarence  W.   (28)   SprinEfleld.  Ill 
Harngev,  Wiliard  B.  (33)  Rockford,  111 
Kdmonson,  (i.  S.   (28)   Clinton.  Ill 
Kyster,  (im.  L.  (28)   Rock  Island,  III 
Finch,  James  II.   (28)   Champaign,  III 
I'oley.  John  C,  (28)  Waukegan,  HI 
Ford,  Ernest  J.    (28)    Evanston,  III 
Kranlng.  Edward  C.  G.   128)   (iaiesliiirg.  III 
Franklin,  John  H.  (7.  28)  Spring  Valley,  HI 
(illl,  Jamei  Edward   (28)  Great  Lakes,  111 
i;rant.  John  J,   (28)    Froeport,  III 
Cray,  Wm.  L.  (28)   Clmmpaign,  III 
Green,  John  A.   (28)   Rockford.  Ill 
Gregory.  Junius  Claiborne  (28)    Eranston.  Ill 
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