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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 

GIFT OF 
Dr. Annette Howell 






THE AMERICAN 



PHYSICIAN-'^ SURGEON 



BLUE BOOK 



A DISTINCT CLYCLOPEDIA OF 1919 

FIVE THOUSAND MEDICAL BIOGRAPHIES 



REPRESENTATION A CRITERION OF DISTINCTION 



THOMAS WILLIAM HERRINGSHAW 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. 



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AMERICAN BLUE BOOK PUBLISHERS 

1919. 



Eutered according to act of Congress 

in the year 1919, by 

THOMAS WILLIAM HEBBINGSHAW 
in the office of the Librarian of Con- 
at Washington, D. C. 



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rpHE main purpose of Herringshaw's AMERICAN PHY- 
* SICIAN AND SURGEON is to present in one volume a 
standard National Ecyclopedia of Biographical Reference, 
giving appropriate notices of all those who are identified in 
any capacity with the science of Medicine and Surgery. 

This work is thoroughly National, covering every part 
of the United States, and records in enduring form some- 
thing of the history of the foremost leaders in the Medical 
World — an invaluable acquisition to the world's libraries 
and historical archives. 

We feel confident that this authentic collection of Bio- 
graphy will meet with a hearty welcome at the hands of an 
intelligent public; and with such continued and courteous 
aid and co-operation our best eifforts will be directed in 
making Herringshaw's AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND 
SURGEON more and more complete from year to year. 

The Editoi-s. 




PUBLISHER'S NOTE 



Mistakes will undoubtedly be found in this volume, but they 
exist not for want of painstaking efforts to avoid them, but generally 
from imperfect manuscripts or conflicting statements of standard 
authorites, What is worth recording at all, is worth recording care- 
fully and correctly; and when mistakes are discovered, a memorandum 
of the erors should at once be sent to the American Blue Book 
Publishers, for correction in future editions of this work. 




ADDENDA. 



ABT, ISAAC ARTHUR, Physician of 104 South Michi- 
gan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 18, 1867, in Wilm- 
ington, 111. He is professor of diseases of children in the 
NTorth western University Medical School; and attending 
physician to the Children's Hospital, Michael Reese Hos- 
pital. 

ALBRIGHT, CHARLES EDGAR, Life Insurance Ex- 
pert and Medical Director of 209 South LaSalle Street, 
Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 1, 1867, in Dancyville, Tenn. 
From 1891-1903 he was assistant medical director of the 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company of Milwau- 
kee. Since 1904 he has been a life insurance expert. He is 
dii-ector of the Wisconsin National Bank; the Wisconsin 
Securities Company, both of Milwaukee, and a director of 
the Wisconsin Trust Company of Milwaukee. He is the 
largest individual writer of life insurance in the world. 

ANDERSON, JOHN A., Physician and Author of 195 
College Avenue, New Brunswick, N.J., was born March 14, 
1873, in Fredericksburg, Va. In 1896 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Virginia; and attended 
Thompson Yates Laboratory. He has been assistant surgeon 
on the United States Public Health and Marine Hospital 
Service ; and has been sanitary observer at Glasgow, Oporto 
and Liverpool. In 1909-16 he was director of the hygiene 
laboratory at Washington, D.C. He is a fellow of the Amer- 
ican Association for the Advancement of Science ; a member 
of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacterio- 
logists, American Medical Association and other organiza- 
tions. He is a contributor of articles and bulletins on toxins, 
tubercle bacilli, the etiology of typhus fever and measles 
and other topics. 

BACON, ASA SINGER, Superintendent of the Presby- 
terian Hospital of Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 15, 1866, in 
Midland City, Mich. He is superintendent of the Presby- 
terian Hospital; and treasurer of the American Hospital 
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BAKER, JENNIE VAN HOLLAND, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 512 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y,. was born May 
25, 1851, in Brooklyn, N.Y. She received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women. 
She was chief-of-staff to the Memorial Hospital for Women 
and Children ; and for twenty-five years was amember of the 
Board of Managers of that hospital. She is treasurer of the 
Memorial Dispensary for Women and Children ; is a member 
of the American Institute of Homoepathy, the Kings County 
Homrepathic Medical Society and the National Woman Suf- 
frage Association. 

BAILEY, FRED W., Physician of Security Bank Build- 
ing, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was born in 1878 in Iowa City, 
Iowa. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. from the State 
University of Iowa, College of Medicine ; and has since prac- 
ticed medicine. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association. 

BARTLETT, CLARENCE,Physician and Author of 1435 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 22, 1858, in 
Brookljm, N.Y. In 1875 he graduated from the Central High 
School of Philadelphia, Pa. ; and in 1879 received the degree 
of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital 
of that city. Since 1879 he has practiced medicine in Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. ; and is now professor and head of the depart- 
ment of medicine in the Hahnemann Medical College Hos- 
pital. He is a member of the American Institute of Homro- 
pathy; the Pennsylvania Homoepathy Society, the Philadel- 
phia Academy of Medicine and is a honorary member of the 
New York State Homoepathy Medical Society. He is a mem- 
ber of the Union League Club. He is the author of Clinical 
Medicine Diagnosis; Clinical Medicine Treatment; Practice 
of Medicine, in two volumes and numerous article.s in med- 
ical journals. For many years he has also been editor of the 
Hahnemann Monthly. 

BLESH, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Surgeon and Patriot of 
131fi West Seventeenth Street, Oklahoma City, Okia., was 
bom Jan. 6, 1866, in Lock Haven, Pa. He was educated at 
the Campell Normal School at Holton, Kan. ; and in 1889 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Univer- 



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sity Medical School. In 1910-11 studied in the University of 
Vienna. He has practiced in Rio, Wis. ; in Hope, Kan. ; in 
Lost Springs, Kan. ; in 1893-1908 in Guthrie, Okla; and since 
1908 in Oklahoma City. Since 1902 he has practiced surgery 
exclusively. He is professor of clinical surgery in the Uni- 
versity Medical School of Oklahoma City; and a fellow and 
governer of the American College of Surgeons. He is a mem- 
ber of the American State and County Medical Associations : 
and in 1911-12 was president of Medical Association of the 
Southwest. He is a Scottish Rite Mason; and a memiber o^ 
the Men's Dinner Club, and the Oklahoma Golf Club. In 1917 
he was commanding first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve 
Corps, and chief surgeon of the Base Hospital at Fort Sam 
Houston, and the same year became major. 

BOEKER, HERMAN, Physician and Surgeon of 20 East 
Ninetieth Street, New York City, was born Nov. 24, 1857, 
in Hanover, Germany. He is professor of materia medica 
and therapeutics in the School of Chiropody of New York; 
and specializes in chentical ray and electro-therapy. 

BROWN, HEMAN HAMPTON, Physician of 31 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born July 8, 1863, in Jersey 
Shore, Pa. For a number of years he was president of the 
Illinois Medical College. He is now professor of ophthalmol- 
ogy in the Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat College ; and 
Ophthalmlologist to the Columbus and Tribune Hospitals. He 
is a member of the American Medical Association ; the Illi- 
nois State Medical Society; the Tri-State Medical Society; 
the Mississippi Valley Medical Society ; the Chicago Medical 
Society; Chicago Ophthalmological Society; and the Amer- 
ican Academy of Ophthalmology. 

BULKLEY, LUCIUS DUNCAN, Physician, Dermatolo- 
gist and Author of 531 Madison Avenue, New York City, 
was born Jan. 12, 1845, in New York. Since 1882 he has been 
attending physician for the New York Skin and Cancev 
Hospital. He is the author of Manual of Diseases of the 
Skin and other works. 

BYRNES, WILLIAM J., Physician of 207 Masonic Tem- 
ple, Minneapolis, Minn., was born in 1859. In 1882 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan, 

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department of medicine and surgery ; and in 1883 began to 
practice medicine. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association and is connected with various other organiza- 
tions and ckibs. 

CASE, JAMES THOMAS, Surgeon, Roentgenologist, Au- 
thor and Patriot of Battle Creek, Mich., was born Jan. 5, 
1882, in San Antonio, Texas. In 1899-1900 he attended the 
University of California; and in 1905 received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Illinois Medical School. In 1908- 
10 he was house surgeon and since 1910 associate-surgeon 
of the Battle Creek Sanitarium. Since 1912 he has been 
professor of roentgenology at the Northwestern University 
Medical School. In 1917 he was commanding major of the 
Medical Reserve Corps, and in 1917-18 was in general charge 
of X-Ray work with the American Expeditionary Forces in 
France. Since 1916 he has been editor of the American Jour- 
nal of Roentgenology. He is the author of X-Ray Examina- 
tion of the Alimentary Tract, in four volumes. He is a men> 
ber of the City Club of New York City ; and of the Athelstan 
Club of Battle Creek, Mich. 

CHURCHMAN, JOHN WOOLMAN, Surgeon of 59 Col- 
lege Street, New Haven, Conn., was born Jan. 8, 1877, in 
Burlington, N.J. In 1898 he received the degree of A.B., and 
in 1901 the degree of A.M. from Princeton University; and 
in 1902 received the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hop- 
kins University. From 1902-11 he was connected with the 
Johns Hopkins University as resident surgeon and instruct- 
or in surgery. Since 1914 he has been professor of surgery 
in Yale University. He is first lieutenant in the Medical 
Reserve Corps; and was president of the Board of Exam- 
iners of the Medical Reserve Corps for the State of Connec- 
ticut. He is a fellow at the American College of Surgeons; 
a member of the American Association of Pathologists and 
Bachterologists ; a member of the Association of Military 
Surgeons ; and a member of the New England Surgeons So- 
ciety. He is a member of the Graduates Club, the Lawn Club 
of New Haven and the Cap and Wown Club of Princeton. He 
is associate editor of the American Review of Tuberculosis. 

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CLOSE, STUART, Physician and Author of 248 Hancock 
Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Nov. 24, 1860, in Oakfield, 
Wis. In 1885 he graduated with the degree of M.D. from the 
New York Homoepathic Medical College; took a two year 
course in the medical department of the University of the 
Pacific. He traveled in the South Sea Island in 1883, making 
special studies of tropical fevers. He has been president of 
the International Hahnemannian Association ; and was the 
founder of the Brooklyn Hahnemannian Association. He has 
a valuable collection of rare books and paintings; and is a 
noted genealogist. He is often called upon to address med- 
ical societies and colleges in different states ; and is the au- 
thor of valuable contributions to Medical Leliterature. 

COLE, CHARLES KNOX, Physician, Manufacturer, 
Statesman and Author of 738 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, 
N.Y., was born April 5, 1852, in Plainfield, 111. He was one 
of the organizers and first president of the American Acad- 
emy of Railway Surgeons; president of the Montana State 
Senate ;president of the Montana State Medical Association ; 
and president of the Helena Herald Company. He is now 
president of A. Schrader's Son, incorporated ; and governor 
of the Rocky Mountain Club of New York. He is the author 
of several original monographs on surgical subjects. 

COX, MARION LOVE, Physician and Banker of Canton, 
Texas, was born Feb. 22, 1870, in Canton, Texas. He is a 
successful physician ; and a member of several medical asso- 
ciations. He is president of the First National bank of Can- 
ton, Texas; and is prominently identified with the social 
business and public affairs of his city, county and state. 

DE LANG, MATTHEW A., Physician of Washington. 
D.C., was born March 6, 1874, in Waymart, Pa. He was 
White House physician under president Taft. He is major of 
the medical corps of the United States Army. 

DION, THOMAS J., Physician of 59 Cross Street, West 
Quincy, Mass., was born Feb. 19, 1868, in Quebec, Canada. 
He was educated at the Joliette and Sherbrooke Colleges of 
the Province of Quebec ; and in 1891 received the degree of 
M.D. from the Laval Medical School of Montreal. Since 1891 
he has practiced his profession in West Quincy, Mass. ; and 

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since 1893 has been a member of the medical and surgical 
staff of the Quincy City Hospital. In 1903 he was a member 
of the School Board ; in 1905 was a member of the Board of 
Health ; and in 1917-18 was city physician. He is a member 
of the Massachusetts Medical Society. He is a prominent 
Mason ; and a member of the Quincy Club and a member of 
the Town River Yacht Club. 

DOERING, EDMUND J., Physician of 81 East Madison 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1856 in New York City. He 
was formerly surgeon in the United States Marine Hospital 
Service, He is president of the Illinois Division of the Med- 
ical Reserve Corps ; president of the Medico Legal Society ; 
editor of the Chicago Medical Recorder; consultant to the 
Michael Reese Hospital ; and governer in the American Col- 
lege of surgeons. He is ex-president of the Chicago Medical 
Society and the Chicago Gynecological Society. 

DOWNEY, GEORGE H., Retired Physician and Surgeon 
of 60 Wall Street, New York Ctiy, was born Dec. 12, 1864, 
in Galveston, Texas. He has been examiner for several life 
insurance companies ; and was formerly president of the 
Flushing National bank. He is now president of the Rowan 
Realty Company ; and vice-president of the Henry P. Booch 
Securities Corporation. He is a member of the Queen-Nassau 
Medical Society and the New York State and American Med- 
ical Associations. 

DUNHAM, HENRY KENNON, Physician and Author of 
2503 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Maich 3, 
1872, in Fairview, Ohio. In 1888-91 he was a student in the 
University of Cincinnati; and in 1894 received the degree 
of M.D. from the department of medicine of that institution. 
He did research work in London, England. In 1896-99 he 
at St. George's Hospital of London, England. In 1896-99 he 
was assistant in medicine at the Miami Medical College ; and 
since 1904 has been professor, and since 1914 director of 
the Tuberculosis Clinic in the University of Cincinnati. In 
1917 he did special war work without rank or pay. He was 
president of the Cincinnati Anti-Tuberculosis League. He is 
the author of Stereo-Roentgenography, Pulmonary-Tubei- 

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culosis. He is a member of the Country Club, the University 
Club, the Literary Club and the Men's Art Club. 

EDWARDS, E. GARD,Physician of La Junta, Colo., was 
born Dec. 5, 1870, in Smithmills, Pa. He is a descendant in 
the parental line from the grandfather of the famous Jon- 
athan Edwards. He was educated at the New Bloomfield 
Academy; received the degree of M.S. from Lafayette Col- 
lege ; and the degree of M.D. from the University of Pitts- 
burgh. He took a post-graduate course in biology in the 
Washington and Jefferson University; and surgery in the 
Philadelphia Polyclinic and Chicago Polyclinic. In 1897-1902 
he practiced his profession in Norridgewock, Maine; and 
since 1902 in La Junta, Colo. For three years he was captain 
of Company H. Second Regiment Colorado National Guard; 
and for three years was also captain of the Medical Corps. 
In 1909 he was commissioned in the Medical Reserve Corps 
of the United States Army. 

ELLINGWOOD, FINLEY, Physician and Author of 32 
North State Street, Chicago, III, was born Sept. 12, 1852, 
in Manchester, Ind. He received and academic education ; 
and in 1878 received the degree of M.D. from the Bennett 
Medical College of Chicago. He has practiced medicine in 
Braidwood, and in Kankakee County, 111. ; and since 1884 in 
Chicago, 111. In 1884-1900 he was professor of chemistry; 
and in 1907 professor of materia medica and therapeutics in 
the Bennett Medical College. In 1884-1906 he was editor of 
the Chicago Medical Times ; and since 1906 has been editor 
of Ellingwood's Therapeutics. He is the author of Eclectic 
Medical Annual ; Ellingwood's New American Materia Med- 
ica and Therapeutics; Ellingwood's Practice of Medicine; 
and Ellingwood's Normal Pregnancy and Labor. He resides 
at 2209 Central Street, Evanston, 111. 

EWING, JAMES, Pathologist and Author of 477 First 
Avenue, New York City, was born Dec. 25, 1866, in Pitts- 
burg, Pa. In 1888 he received the degree of A.B. and in 1891 
the degree of A.M. from Amherst ; in 1891 received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons ; 
and in 1911 received the honorary degree of ScD. from the 
University of Pittsburgh. Since 1899 he has been professor 

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Of patholog-y at the Cornell Medical School of New York 
City. He is director of Cancer research in the Memorial 
Hospital. He is the author of Clinical Pathology of Blood: 
and valuable articles in medical publications. He is a mem- 
ber of the Century Club and of the University Club. 

FINGER, HENRY JAMES, Apothecary Chemist of San- 
ta Barbara, Cal., was born March 19, 1853, in San Francisco, 
Cal. He was educated in the public schools; and California 
College of Pharmacy. He was a clerk in a drug store at 
Redwood City, Cal., and in 1872 removed to Santa Barbara. 
Since 1891 he has been a member of California State Board 
of Pharmacy. He is the author of California's Pharmaceut- 
ical law, act regulating, the sale of poisons, act regulating 
itinerant vendors of drugs and California laws relating to 
detention and cure of inebriates and drug victims. In 1911 
was appointed by president Taft a delegate to the Interna- 
tional Opium Conference, at The Hague; and is a member 
of the California Pharmaceutical Association. He is the 
author of numerous papers and published addresses concern- 
ing narcotic and other habit-forming drugs ; and is regarded 
as an authority on these subjects, 

FLICK, JOSEPH D., Superintendent of 321 East Forty- 
second Street, New York City. He is superintendent of the 
New York Society for the Relief of the Ruptured and Crip- 
pled. 

FORBES, HENRY HALL, Physician and Surgeon of 106 
East Thirty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Maich 
20, 1868, in New Bedford, Mass. He was educated at the 
Friends' Academy ; and graduated from the medical depart- 
ment of Columbia University. He is surgeon of the Naval 
Militia and passed assistant surgeon in the United States 
Navy. He is a member of the New England Society, Sons of 
the Revolution, the Sons of Veterans of the Civil War, and 
secretary of the Veterans Association of the Spanish-Amer- 
ican War. He is a trustee of the Northern Dispensary, and 
physician to the French Hospital. He was in active sei-vice 
with the American Expeditionary Forces in France. He is a 
member of the City Club, the Hospital Graduates' Club, the 
Bedford Golf Club, and the Country Club. 

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FUTTERER, GUSTAV A., Physician of 25 East Wash- 
ington Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 17, 1850, in 
Hanover, Germany. In 1874 he entered the United States 
Navy as a apothecary, cruised until his discharge in 1878; 
and then studied and taught medicine in Germany. Since 
1889 he has practiced his profession in Chicago; and is a 
specialist in diseases of the heart, lungs and other inner 
organs. He is first lieutenant in the United States Medical 
Reserve Corps. 

GOODWIN, HENRY TIMROD, Physician and Surgeon 
of Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N.Y., was born in Charles- 
ton, S.C. He received the degree of M.D. from the Long 
Island College Hospital of Brooklyn. For about ten years 
was medical officer in United States Marine Hospital ser- 
vice; now surgeon to St. Vincent's Hospital, Richmond 
borough, New York City ; and examiner for New York Life 
Insurance Company. Passed assistant surgeon to United 
States Marine Service up to 1906, when he resigned while 
in command of Marine Hospital of Louisville, Ky.,to take up 
private practice on Staten Island, where he had been sta- 
tioned at Marine Hospital previous to going to Louisville. 

GUITERAS, JUAN, Physician and Pathologist of Hav- 
ana, Cuba, was born Jan. 4, 1852, in Matanzas, Cuba. He 
was educated at La Empress, Matanzas; and in 1873 re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania, subsequently receiving the honorary degree of Ph.D. 
from that institution of learning. Since 1881 he has served 
as an expert in yellow fever and in all epidemics; and in 
1898 was on the staff of General Shafter as yellow fever 
expert in the Santiago campaign. Since 1900 he has heefi 
professor of general pathology and tropical diseases in the 
University of Havana ; and president of the National Board 
of Health ; a director in the Las Animas Hospital ; and pro- 
minent in Cuba politics. He was president of the Second 
National Medical Congress of Cuba; and vice-president of 
the Association of Health Officers of North America. He is 
editor of La Revista de Medicina Tropical; and the author 
of papers on yellow fever and other tropical diseases. 

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HATCH, JETHRO AYERS, Physician, Surgeon and 
Statesman of Kentland, Ind., was bom June 18, 1837, in 
Chenango County, N.Y. He was educated at Batavia Col- 
lege ; and in 1860 received the degree of M.D, fromi the Rush 
Medical College of Chicago, 111. The same year he began the 
practice of medicine in Kentland, Ind. He served in the 
Civil war and attained the rank of major and surgeon. In 
1872-73 he was a member of the Indiana State Legislature; 
and in 1895-97 was a member of the Fifty-fourth Congress. 
He was commander of his Post-Grand Army of the Rep- 
ublic for several terms; became a master Mason; and in 
1870 was made a royal arch mason. He died Aug. 3, 1812, 
in Victoria, Texas. 

YOUNG, GEORGE CURSON, Physicia, Surgeon and 
Author of 34 East Church Street, Washington, N.J., was 
born in 1840 in Wisbeach, England. In 1867 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Edinburg, Scotland. He is the au- 
thor of Therapeutics in Nature and other works. 

YOUNG, HUGH HAMPTON, Physician of 330 North 
Charles Street, Baltimore, Md., was born in 1870. In 1894 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Vir- 
ginia. He is president of the Lunacy Commission of the 
State of Maryland. 

YOUNG, JAMES KELLY, Surgeon and Author of 222 
South Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was bom April 
29, 1862, in Trenton, N.J. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author 
of Synopsis of Human Anatomy and other works. 

ZAHORSKY, JOHN, Physician of 1460 South Grand 
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born in 1871. In 1895 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Missouri Medical Col- 
lege. He is president of the Association of American Teach- 
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ABBE, ROBERT, Surgeon and Lecturer of 13 W. Twelfth 
Street, New York City, was born April 30, 1851, in New 
York City. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Columbia University. Since 1884 he has been surgeon to 
St. Luke's Hospital. In 1889-97 was professor of surgery 
in the New York Post-graduate Medical School; and since 
1898 has been lecturer on surgery in the Columbia Medical 
School. 

ABBOTT, ALEXANDER CREVER, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 4229 Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Feb. 26, 1860, in Baltimore, Md. In 1884 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is the 
chief of bacteriology, pathology and disinfection in the 
Bureau of Health ; president of the Board of Health of Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. ; and fills the chair of hygiene and bacteriology 
in the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of The 
Principles of Bacteriology. 

ABBOTT, CARROLL WAITE, Physician and Su) geon of 
Waterville, Maine, was born on Aug. 27, 1855, in Rumford, 
Maine. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from Maine 
Medical School of Bowdoin College. He has been superin- 
tendent of Schools ; and mayor of Waterville, Maine. He has 
been president of the Waterville Clinical Society. 

ABBOTT, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Physician of 201 So. 
Main Street, Elmira, N.Y., was born Sept. 1, 1875, in Elmi- 
ra, N.Y. In 1902 he graduated from the College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons of Baltimore, Md. He is the author of 
several Medical Monographs. 

ABBOTT, WALLACE CALVIN, Physician and Editor 
of 4753 East Ravenswood Park, Chicago, was born Oct. 12, 
1857, in Bridgewater, Vt. In 1885 he received the degree of 

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M.D. from the Medical Department of the University of 
Michigan. He is president of The Abbott Laboratories; and 
is also managing editor of The American Journal of Clinical 
Medicine and president of The Abbott Press. 

ABEL, JOHN J., Physician and Author of Baltimore, 
Md., was born May 19, 1857, in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1888 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Strass- 
burg. Since 1893 he has been professor of pharmacy at the 
Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of Researches 
on Animal Tissues and Fluids. 

ABELE, LUDWIG HERMAN, Physician and Surgeon 
of 209 South State Street, Chicago, 111., was born July 6, 
1865, in Germany. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Freiburg, Germany. He is professor 
of ophthalmology in the Post-Graduate Medical School. 

ABRAMS, ALBERT, Consulting Physician and Author 
of 291 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born Dec. 8, 
1863, in San Francisco, Cal. He was educated at the Uni- 
versity of Heidelberg, Germany, graduating in 1882 with 
the degree of M.D. He has received the degrees of A.M., 
M.D., LL.D. and F.R.M.S. He was formerly president of the 
Emanuel Sisterhood Polyclinic, and professor of pathology 
and director of the Medical Clinic of Cooper Medical College, 
Department of Medicine of Stanford University. He is the 
founder of Spondylotherapy, the Utilization of Abram's Re- 
flexes in Diagnosis and Treatment. He is the author of 
Diseases of the Heart and other works. 

ACHESON, ALEXANDER W., Soldier and Physician of 
Denison, Texas, was born Oct. 12, 1842, in Washington, Pa. 
In 1867 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. He served in the Civil War. He has been 
mayor of his city. 

ACKEN, JOHN TUNYAN, Physician, Surgeon and In- 
ventor of 409 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was 
born Aug. 13, 1856, in Griggstown, N.Y. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical University of the City 
of New York. He is the inventor of the medical quick stitch. 

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ACKER, GEORGE N., Physician and President of 913 
Avenue, Washington, D.C. In 1874 he received the degiee 
of M.D. from the College of American Medicine and Sur- 
gery. He is president of the American Pediatric Society. 

ADAMS, CHARLES, Physician and Surgeon of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 29, 1847, in North- 
hamptonshire, England. He was educated in Milwaukee, 
Wis. ; and in 1862 became a bookkeeper to his father in the 
live stock business in Chicago. In 1869 he became a student 
in the Hahnemann College until 1872, spending a year in 
that institution as house surgeon. After studying a year in 
London, he practiced medicine in Chicago until 1896, since 
which time his practice has been confined exclusively to 
surgery. He has been professor of surgical pathology in the 
Hahnemann Medical College ; and professor of the principles 
and practice of surgery in the Chicago Homeopathic Col- 
lege. For nearly fifteen years he was surgeon-major of the 
First Illinois Infantry; and since 1908 has been surgeon- 
general of the Illinois National Guai'd with the rank of brig- 
adier-general. He is also president of the Association of 
Military Surgeons of the United States. 

ADAMS, EDWARD, Physician, Surgeon and Author of 
300 Central Park West, New York City, was born July 29, 
1877, in New York City. He received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical Department of Cornell University. He is 
the author of a score of medical monographs. 

ADAMS, FRANCIS JOSEPH, Physician and Surgeon of 
Great Falls, Mont., was born Dec. 16, 1859, in Fort Crook, 
Cal. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from the med- 
ical department of Georgetown University. In 1882 87 he 
was assistant surgeon in the United States Army; aad is 
surgeon-general of the Spanish War Veterans. He is now 
major and surgeon of the First Montana Volunteer infan- 
try. He is a member of the State Board of Medical Exam- 
iners for Montana. 

ADAMS, JAMES FORSTER ALLKVNE, Naval Surgeon, 
Physician and Author of Pittsfield, Mass., was bom March 

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20, 1844, in Boston, Mass. He graduated from the high 
school of Dedham, Mass.; attended Lawrence Scientific 
School ; and in 1866 graduated from Harvard Medical School 
In 1862-63 he was a medical cadet in the United States Ar- 
my; m 1864-65 was acting assistant-surgeon in the United 
States Navy; and served in Washington and in the east gulf 
blockading squadron. Since 1867 he has been in the active 
practice of his profession in Pittsfield, Mass. He is the ;iu- 
thor of Cremation and Burial; Sanitary Forest Culture; 
The Prevention of Diseases in Massachusetts; and various 
other medical works. 

ADAMS, JEDIDIAH HOWE, Physician and Author of 
324 South Twenty-fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Aug. 19, 1866, in Union Springs, N. Y. In 1889 he gradu- 
ated from the medical department of the University of Chi- 
cago. He is editor of the University Medical Magazine. He 
is the author of Life of D. Hayes Agnew and other works. 

ADAMS, SAMUEL SHUGERT, Physician and Pedia- 
trist of 1801 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C, 
was born July 12, 1853, in Washington, D.C. In 1879 he 
graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine. 
He is a professor of the theory and practice of medicine at 
Georgetown University. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM J., Banker and Physician of Robert 
Lee, Texas, was born Feb. 1, 1871, in Cotton Gin, Texas. In 
1892 he graduated from the medical department of the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee. He is* president of the First National 
Bank. 

ISAAC ADLER, Physician and Author of 22 East Sixty- 
second Street, New York City, was born April 6, 1849, in 
Germany. In 1871 he graduated from the University of 
Heidelberg. In 1892 was professor of clinical pathology at 
the New York Polyclinic Medical School. 

AIMAR, C. P., Physician and Surgeon of 4 Vanderhorst 
Street, Charleston, S.C. In 1894 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical College of the State of South Caro- 
lina. He is president of the Roper Hospital PolycUnic Med- 
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AITKIN, CHARLES WILLIAM, Physician and Banker 
of Flemingsburg, Ky., was born Dec. 16, 1859, in Sherburne, 
Ky. In 1880 he graduated from the Medical College of 
Ohio. He is president of Fleming County National Bank. 

ALBEE, FRED HOUDLETT, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was 
born April 13, 1876, in Alma, Maine. In 1899 he duly re- 
ceived the degree of A.B. from Bowdoin College, Brunswick, 
Maine; in 1903 the degree of M.D. from Harvard University 
and in 1916 the degi'ee of Sc.D. from the University of Ver- 
m_ont. In 1908, 1909 and 1913 he took post-graduate studies 
in Vienna, Berlin, Paris, Liverpool and London. He has been 
assistant professor. Head of the Depart?rent at the Cornell 
Medical College. He is visiting surgeon to the Post-Graduate 
Hospital; and consulting surgeon to the Waterbury; Muh- 
lenberg, the Mary Fletcher, the German, the Staten Island 
and Lutheran Hospitals. He is professor of orthopedic sur- 
gery at the University of Vermont; and to the Post-Grad- 
uate Medical School. He is a member of the American Med- 
ical Association, American Orthopedic Association, the New 
York Academy of Medicine and the Interurban Orthopedic 
Club and other clubs and societies. 

ALBERT, HENRY, Physician and Scientist of Iowa 
City, Iowa, was born Oct. 11, 1878, in Walcott, Iowa. In 
1902 he graduated from the Medical Department of the 
University of Iowa. He has made original researches in the 
bacteriology and biology of the natural waters of Iowa, He 
is professor of pathology and bacteriology at the State Uni- 
versity of Iowa. 

CHARLES S. ALBERTSON, Physician and Obstetrician 
of Oswego, N.Y., was born Feb. 9, 1852, in Rush, N.Y. He 
graduated from the Cleveland University of Medicine anc' 
Surgery. He has been president of Erie County Medical 
Society. 

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ALBRIGHT, JACOB DISSINGER, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 3228 North Broad Street, Philpdelpbia, Pa., 
was born Jan. 29, 1870, in Lancaster County, Pa. In 1893 
he graduated from the Medico-Chirurgical College of Phila- 
delphia and received the degree of M.D. He is the author of 
The General Practitioner as a Specialist and other works. 

ALCORN, DAVID NICHOLAS, Physician, Surgeon and 
Aurist of Stevens Point, Wis., was born Oct. 19. 1856, in 
Warren County, Pa. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical Department of the University of Illinois. 
He is proprietor of the Stevens Point Eye and Ear Infir- 
mary of Wisconsin. 

ALDEN, PHILO L., Physician of Hammondsport, N.Y., 
was born Aug. 27, 1856, in Howard, N.Y. In 1887 he gradu- 
ated from the Medical Department of the University of 
Buffalo. For six years he was president of the United 
States Pension Board. 

ALDERMAN, WILLIAM N., Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Athens, Ohio, was born Nov. 27, 1853, in Morgan 
County, Ohio. In 1877 he graduated from the Medical Col- 
lege of Ohio and received the degree of M.D. He is presi- 
dent of the Athens National Bank. 

ALDRICH, WALTER JOHNSTON, Physician, Surgeon, 
and Obstetrician of 3 Cherry Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt., was 
born Nov. 3, 1866, in Lyman, N.H. In 1893 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Medical College. In 1912 
he was a member of the Vermont State Legislature ; and in 
1914 was progi'essive candidate for governor of Vermont. 
He is United States Pension Examiner and Life Insurance 
Examiner. He is a trustee for the State School for Feeble- 
Minded. 

ALEXANDER, DATE R., Physician of Holmes Street, 
Kansas City, Mo. In 1910 he graduated from the Eclectic 
Medical University and received the degree of M.D. He is 
secretai'y of the Eclectic Medical University of Kansas. 



AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND STJEGEON 

ALLEE, WILLIAM S., Physician, Banker and States- 
man of Olean, Mo., was born Jan. 20, 1852, in Missouri. In 
1875 he graduated from the Missouri Medical College of St. 
Louis, Mo. Since 1890 he has been president of the Miller 
County Exchange Bank. He has bee^n state senator. 

AINSWORTH, FREDERICK CRAYTON, Army Surgeon 
of Washington, D. C, was born Sept. 11, 1852, in Woodstock, 
Vt. Since 1892 he has been chief of the record and pension 
office at Washington, D. C. ; and in 1899 was given the rank 
of brigadier-general. 

ALLEN, ALFRED R., Physician of 2013 Spruce Street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of 
the American Psycho-Pathological Association. 

ALLEN, CLARENCE EUGENE, Physician and Banker 
of Swanton, Vt., was born Jan. 23, 1856, in East Farnham, 
Canada. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical Department of McGill University. He is president 
of the Swanton Savings Bank and Trust Company. 

ALLEN, CLARENCE JEAN, Physician of Winchester, 
Mass., was born July 24, 1853, in Pomfret, Vt. In 1884 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ver- 
mont. He has been president of the Winchester Improve- 
ment Association ; and the Middlesex East Medical Society ; 
and executive officer of the Winchester Board of Health for 
nine years. 

ALLEN, DUDLEY PETER, Surgeon of 8811 Euclid 
Avenue, was born March 25, 1852, in Kinsman, Ohio. He 
graduated from the Harvard Medical School, and in 1883 
began the practice of surgery in Cleveland. For twenty- 
three years he was a teacher of surgery in the Medical De- 
partment of the Western Reserve University, and is now 
professor emeritus. He has been president of the Ohio 
State Medical Society. He has been visiting surgeon to the 
Charity Society Hospital, chief of the surgical department 
of Lakeside Hospital and consulting surgeon to the City 
Hospital and other institutions. 

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ALLEN, GARDNER WELD, Physician and Author of 
419 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was born Jan. 19, 1856, 
in Bangor, Maine. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He is the author of Our Navy 
and the Barbary Corsairs. 

ALLEN, HORACE NEWTON, IMedical Missionary and 
Diplomat and Author of 410 Valentine Building, Toledo, 
Ohio, was born April 23, 1858, in Delaware, Ohio. For sev- 
eral years he was medical missionary of the Presbyterian 
Church in China. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Miami Medical College. He is the author of Korean 
Tales and other works. 

ALLEN, JAMES ROSS, Physician and Surgeon of 129 
Hamilton Street, Olean, N.Y., and was born Aug. 31, 1869, 
in Odessa, Ontario, Canada. He was educated in the high 
schools of Trenton, Canada, at Albert College, Belleville, 
Canada and Queen's University, Kingston, Canada; gradu- 
ated from Queen's Medical College and received the degree 
of M.D. He is surgeon to the Erie Railroad; former house 
surgeon to Kingston General Hospital and visiting surgeon 
to the Olean General Hospital, He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, Medical Society of the State 
of New York, Cataraugus County Medical and the Olean 
Medical Societies. He is the author of many papers read 
before various medical societies. 

ALLEN, JOHN S., Physician, Pharmacist and Banker of 
Keithsburg, 111., was born Nov. 23, 1851, in Galesburg, 111. 
In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical De- 
partment of New York University. He is president of the 
Citizens' State Bank ; and has been mayor of his city. 

ALLEN, JOHN QUINCY. Physician of Montrose, Colo., 
was born Oct. 21, 1854, in West Newton, Ind. In 1883 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical College. 
In 1909-11 he was mayor of Montrose; and is now vice- 
president of the Commercial Association. 

ALLING, ARTHUR NATHANIEL, Physician, Oculist 
and Author of New Haven, Conn., where he was born July 1, 

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1862. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from Columbia 
University of New York City. He is the author of Diseases 
of the Eye. 

ALLPORT, FRANK, Physician and Surgeon of 7 West 
Madison Street, Chicago, 111,, was born Feb. 22, 1856, in 
Watertown, N.Y. In 1876 he received his medical degree of 
M.D. from the Chicago Medical College. He was president 
of the Chicago Ophthalmology Society. He is eye and ear 
surgeon to St. Luke's Hospital and oculist to many railroads 

ALT, GUSTAV ADOLPH, Physician, Surgeon and Foun- 
der of St. Louis, Mo., was born Aug. 13, 1851, in Baden. In 
1883 he founded and edited the American Journal of Oph- 
thalmology. He is now professor of ophthalmology in the 
St. Louis University. In 1875 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Heidelberg. 

ALTON, CHARLES DELANCEY, Physician and Author 
of Hartford, Conn., was born May 9, 1845, in Kenosha, Wis. 
In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College of New York City. Since 1878 he has 
been medical referee for the United States of the Connecti- 
cut Mutual Life Insurance Company of Hartford. He is the 
author of The Therapeutic Value of Mountain Forests. 

AlVlBERG, EMIL, Physician of 270 Woodward Street, 
Detroit, Mich., was born May 1, 1868, in Santa Fe, N.M. He 
is a graduate of the Realgymnasium, Elberfeld, Germany; 
in 1888 from the Gymnasium in Arnsberg; and in 1894 from 
the University of Heidelberg. He was an interne in the eye 
department of the Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, at Boston; and took post-graduate courses in 
Berlin and Vienna. He has been engaged in practice at De- 
troit since 1898. He is a member of the American Otological 
Society, Wayne County and Michigan State Medical Soci- 
eties, American and Chicago Medical Societies, the National 
Confederation of State Medical Examining and Licensing 
Boards and the National Council of the National Economic 
League. 

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AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

AMES, ELWIN WITT, Physician and Surgeon of Zam- 
boanga, P.I., was born Sept. 1, 1867, in Moore County, Minn. 
He was educated at the University Medical School of Kan- 
sas City, Mo. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of St. Thomas, Manilla. He is a civil engineer 
and followed railroad location and construction in the states 
of Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Georgia. He 
then became a medical officer in the Spanish-American war 
and in the Philippine Insurrection. He is now captain and 
surgeon in the Philippine Constabulary; and provincial 
health officer for the province of Lanao, P.I. 

AMOS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Physician, Surgeon 
and author of Portland, Ore., was born Sept. 3, 1869, in 
Cleveland, Ohio. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Willamette University of Portland, Ore. He is the 
author of Monographs on Anaesthesia and other medical 
subjects. 

AMUNDSEN, ALBERT C, Physician and Banker of 
Cambridge, Wis., was born April 1, 1855, in Albion, Wis. He 
graduated from New York University; and in 1882 received 
the degree of M.D. He is president of the Bank of Cam- 
' bridge. 

ANDERS, HOWARD S., Physician and Surgeon of 115 
South Twentieth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 
12, 1866, in Norritonville, Pa. In 1890 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1894- 
96 he was instructor in clinical medicine, in 1897-99 was 
lecturer and since 1899 h^s been professor of physical diag- 
nosis in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. He 
is also physician to the Samaritan and Philadelphia General 
Hospitals. 

ANDERS, JAMES MESCHTER, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1605 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
July 22, 1854, in Montgomery County, Pa. In 1897 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. He is president of the American Climatological As- 
sociation. He is the autlvor of House Plants as Sanitary 
Agents and other works. 

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ANDERSON, ROBERT S., Banker, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 115 South Main Street, Princeton, Ind., was bom 
July 24, 1861, in Princeton, Ind. In 1884 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. He is 
surgeon to the Southern Railway. 

ANDERSON, WINSLOW, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 1065 Scutter Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born 
in 1860 in Middleboro, Mass. In 1884 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of California. In 1900-04 he 
was surgeon-general of the National Guard of California- 
He is the author of Mineral Springs and Health Resorts of 
California. 

ANDREWS, A. H., Physician of 32 North State Street, 
Chicago, 111. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the State University of Iowa. He is secretary of the Illinois 
School of Electro-Therapeutics. 

ANDREWS, EDWARD WYLLYS, Surgeon and Author 
of 32 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 25, 
He was born March 25, 1856, in Chicago, 111. In 1878 he re- 
ceived the degree of A.B. and A.M. from Northwestern Uni- 
versity; and in 1881 received the degree of M.D. from the 
Northwestern University Medical School. He has been sur- 
geon-in-chief to Cook County and Mercy Hospitals; attend- 
ing surgeon to Michael Reese Hospital and was head of the 
Department of Surgery to the Northwestern University 
Medical School. Since 1889 he has been United States sur- 
geon to the Bureau of Pensions. He is a member of the 
American Medical and American Surgical Association, the 
American College of Surgeons, the Loyal Legion and other 
scientific and educational societies. He is the author of 
Surgery of the Stomach and other works. 

ANDREWS, J. L., Physician and Editor of 1229 Carr 
Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Memphis Hospital Medical College. He is editor 
of the Memphis Medical Monthly. 

ANDREWS, J. W., Physician of Mankato, Minn. In 1877 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical Col- 

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lege. He is president of the State Board of Medical Exam- 
iners and a member of other organizations. 

ANDREWS, REUBEN H., Physician and Editor of 2321 
North Park Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. In 1874 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He 
is editor and publisher of the Medical Summary. 

ANDREWS, ROBERT ROBBINS, Surgeon and Author 
of Cambridge, Mass., was born Aug. 7, 1844, in Boston, 
Mass. In 1903 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from Harvard 
University Medical School. He is president of the American 
Academ.y of Dental Science. 

ANSHUTZ, EDWARD POLLOCK, Physician and Editor 
of 1011 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born March 23, 
1846, in Clarington, Ohio. In 1909 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Herring Medical College and Hospital of Chicago. 
He is editor of the Homoeopathic Recorder. 

ANTHOINE, ISAIAH GILMAN, Physician and Surgeon 
of Nashua, N.H., was born March 25, 1846, in Windham, 
Maine. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical School of Maine. He has been president of the Cen- 
ter District Medical Society. 

ANTISDALE, EDWIN SAWYER, Physician, Oculist and 
Inventor of 31 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born 
May 17, 1861, in Manchester, N. Y. In 1890 he received the 
degi'Qe of M.D. from the University of Michigan of Ann 
Arbor, Mich. He was assistant surgeon of the Illinois Char- 
itable Eye and Ear Infirmary. In 1902 he was granted a 
United States patent on a book rest. 

APPEL, DANIEL MITCHELL, Physician and Surgeon 
of Washington, D.C., was born Oct. 28. 1854, in Philadelphia 
Pa. He was assistant surgeon in the United States Army in 
1876, and was promoted to surgeon in 1895 with the rank 
of major. 

ARBUTHNOT. THOMAS SHAW, Physician of 6423 
Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., was born Feb. 18, 1871, in 
Allegheny, Pa. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Yale University of New York City. He is dean of the Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. 



AMEEICAN PHYSTOTAN" AND SURGEON 

ARENDS, KATHARINE, Physician of 251 West Ninety- 
seventh Street, New York City, was born Jan. 24, 1871, in 
Berlin, Germany. She graduated from the New York Med- 
ical College and Hospital for Women; and took post-grad- 
uate courses in various institutions. In 1907 she received 
the degree of M.D. from New York Medical College. She is 
resident physician in the Laura Franklin Free Hospital for 
Children ; and clinical assistant in the New York Ophthalmic 
Hospital and in the Women's Medical College and Hospital 
of New York City. 

ARMSTRONG, ALFRED W., Surgeon of Canandaigua, 
N.Y., was born in 1876 in North Pennington, Vt. In 1901 he 
received the degree of A.B. from Syracuse University; and 
in 1904 M.D. from the Syracuse Medical Department. He is 
surgeon to the coroner of Ontario County; and surgeon to 
Thompson Memorial Hospital. He is a member of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association, New York State Society, Central 
New York Medical and Surgical Association, Ontario County 
Society and the Canandaigua Society. 

ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL TREAT, Physician and Army 
Surgeon of New York City, was born Nov. 2, 1859, in St. 
Louis, Mo. In 1898-1901 he was major and brigade surgeon 
in the United States Army. In 1879 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Washington University. 

ARNEIL, JAMES RAE, Physician and Author of 506 
Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colo., was born March 6, 
1869, in Depere, Wis. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. Since 1904 he has been 
professor of medicine at the University of Colorado. He is 
author of Clinical Diagnosis and Urinalysis. 

ARNOLD, ERNST HERMANN, Physician and Author 
of 46 York Square, New Haven, Conn., was born Feb. 11, 
1865, in Germany. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Yale University. He is president of the New Haven 
Normal School of Gymnatics. He is the author of Elemen- 
tary Apparatus Work and other works, 

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ARNOLD, HERBERT A., Physician, Surgeon and Auth- 
or of Ardmore, Pa., was born Aug. 4, 1857, in Norristown, 
Pa. During the Spanish-American War he was surgeon in 
the Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry; and since has been 
treasurer of the Association of Military Surgeons of the 
United States. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Jefferson Medical College. He is the author of Mono- 
graphs and valuable articles contributed to medical and sci- 
entific journals. 

ARNOLD, HORACE D., Physician of 520 Common- 
wealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. In 1885 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Harvard University. He is deari of the 
Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine. 

ARNOLD, WILL FORD, Physician of 1309 Chestnut 
Street, Bowling Green, Ky., was born Sept. 27, 1862, in 
Woodburn, Ky. He graduated from the Medical Depiutment 
of the University of Tennessee. He was commissioner in the 
Navy Department; and in 1904 was retired for physical 
dissability. 

ARONSTAM, NOAH E., Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 32 Adams Avenue, Detroit, Mich., was born Feb. 18, 1873, 
in Russia. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Heidelburg, Germany. For several years he 
was professor of dermatology in the Michigan College of 
Medicine. He is the author of two medical works. 

ARP, AUGUST H., Physician of Moline, 111. In 1882 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the State University of 
Iowa. He is president of the Board of Physicians of the Mo- 
line City Hospital. He is chief surgeon and physician of the 
Deere and Company Shops; surgeon of the Chicago, Rock 
Island and Pacific Railway ; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 
Railway and the Tri-City Railway. He is counsellor of the 
Illinois State Medical Society; member of the Staff of Phy- 
sicians of the Moline Public Hospital and St. Anthony Hos- 
pital of Rock Island, 111. 

ARTHUR, DANIEL HOUSTON, Physician of Gowanda, 
N.Y., was born Sept. 26, 1861, in Ashland, Ohio. In 1887 he 

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received the degree of M.D. from the New York Homoeopa- 
thic Medical College and Flower Hospital. He was physician 
superintendent of the Gowanda State Homoeopathic Hos- 
pital and a member of various societies. 

ASH, ROBERT HENRY, Physician and Surgeon of 115 
Main Street, Canastota, N.Y., was bom Aug. 20, 1857, in 
Ohio, N.Y, He attended the medical college and received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Buffalo and from the Hahnemann Medical College of 
Chicago. He has been surgeon to the New York Central and 
New York State Railways, He is health officer of the vil- 
lage of Wampsville, N.Y. He is a member of the American- 
State and County Medical Societies and of various other 
scientific and educatonal associations. 

A"SHBY, THOMAS ALMOND, Physician, Surgeon, Foun- 
der and Author of 1125 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md., 
was born Nov. 18, 1848, in Warren County, Va. In 1859 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mary- 
land. In 1882 he founded the Woman's Medical College of 
Baltimore. He is the author of Diseases of Women and var- 
ious other works. 

ASHFORD, BAILEY KELLY, Surgeon and Author of 
Washington, D.C., was born Sept. 18, 1873, in Washington, 
D.C. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from George- 
town University. He has been major of the medical corps 
of the United States Army. He is the author of Anemia in 
Porto Rico and other works. 

ASHLEY, JOHN J., Physician of Meadowbrook Rest, 
East Chatham, N.Y. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from New York University. He is a successful physician 
and a member of several medical and scientific societies. 

ASHLEY, MAURICE C, Physician of Middletown, N.Y., 
was born July 3, 1863, in Port Republic, N.J. In 1892 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Homoeopathic Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. He served as captain and assistant 
surgeon in the Spanish-American War. He is now medical 
superintendent of the Middletown State Hospital. 

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ASHTON, WILLIAM EASTERLY, Physician and Au- 
thor of 2011 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., where he was 
born June 5, 1859. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He is professor of gyn- 
ecology at the Medico-chirurgical College of Philadelphia. 
He is the author of Practice of Gynecology. 

ASHWORTH, WALTER C, Physician of Glenwood, N.C. 
He was born Sept. 7, 1868, in Ashboro, N.C. In 1892 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Baltimore, Md. He has been postmaster of 
Glenwood; and is a member of the North Carolina Medical 
Society and of the American Medical Association. He is su- 
perintendent of the Glenwood Park Sanitarium. 

ASKENSKDT, FRITZ CONRAD, Physician and Educa- 
tor of 1210 Fouth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., was born Jan. 18, 
1865, in Wenersborg, Sweden. In 1889 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Pulte Medical College. He is president of 
the Scandinavian Association of Louisville; and has been 
president of the Kentucky Homeo-Medical Society. 

ATKINS, FRANCIS HIGGINSON, Soldier, Army Sur- 
geon and Author of Las Vegas, N.M., was born April 15, 
1843, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1865 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. In 1873-84 he 
was surgeon in the United States Army. He is the author 
of Joseph Atkins and other works. 

ATKINSON, GORDON T., Banker and Physician of 
Crisfield, Md., was born Dec. 28, 1846, Somerset County, 
Md. In 1869 he received the degiee of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He is president 
of the Marine Bank. 

ATKINSON, JAMES L., Physician and Surgeon of Pop- 
lar, Mont., was born Sept. 17, 1856, in Mount Vernon, 111. In 
1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the Missouri Med- 
ical College. He is now government physician to the Fort 
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ATKINSON, OZIAS BENEDICT, Physician and Banker 
of Florence, Texas, was born April 22, 1868, in Florence, 
Texas. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Tennessee. He is president of the Florence 
State Bank. 

ATKINSON, T. G., Physician and Editor of 212 Metro- 
politan Building, St. Louis, Mo. In 1905 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the American College of Medicine. He is 
editor of the Medical Brief. 

ATWOOD, CHARLES EDWIN, Physician of 14 East 
Sixtieth Street, New York City, was born July 21, 1861, in 
Shoreman, Vt. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Since 1905 he has 
been in private practice. For several years he was associate 
editor of the American Journal of Insanity. 

AUER, JOHN Physiologist and Pharmacologist of 274 
State Street, Flushing, N.Y., was born March 30, 1875, in 
Rochester, N.Y. He was educated at the University of 
Michigan and Johns Hopkins Medical School. For one year 
he ^yas instructor in physiology in the Harvard Medical 
School. He is now associate member of the Rockefeller In- 
stitute for Medical Research. 

AUGUR, GEORGE JACOB, Physician, Surgeon and Sci- 
entist of Oakland, Cal., was bom Oct. 1, 1853, in West Ha- 
ven, Conn. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Yale University. In 1882-98 he was attending physician of 
the Fabiola Hospital of Oakland, Cal. He has been a mem- 
ber of the International Hahnemannian Association. 

AUSTIN, CHARLES S., Farmer, Physician and Surgeon 
of Carrollton, Mo., was born Nov. 10, 1862, in Carroll Coun- 
ty, Mo. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from Mis- 
souri Medical College. He has been coroner and health offi- 
cer of Carroll County ; and a member of the City and County 
Boards of Health. He is engaged in agricultural pursuits. 

AUSTIN, HIRAM W., Physician of 1140 Jefferson Ave- 
nue, Detroit, Mich. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michirran. He is assistant surgeon 
general of the United States Public Health Service. 

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AVERILL, MRS. MARIA BROWN, Physician of 3220 G 
Street, San Diego, Cal., was born Feb. 23,1834, in Milbourne, 
Canada. In 1889 she received the degree of M.D. from the 
Hahnemann Medical College. She was in the practice of 
medicine in Chicago in 1887-89, and since that time in San 
Diego. She has been vice-president of the California State 
Homeopathic Society, and is chairman of the local advisory 
board. 

AVERITT, KIRBY GLADSTONE, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Cedar Creek, N.C., was born March 10, 1870, in Sted- 
man, N.C. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Baltimore Medical College. He has attained success in the 
practice of medicine. 

AVEY, OLIVER HAMMOND, Physician and Banker of 
Payette, Idaho, was born Dec. 31, 1867, in Logan, Ohio. In 
1901 he received the degree of M.D. from Rush Medical Col- 
lege of Chicago. He has been president of the Board of Edu- 
cation. He is president of the Payette National Bank; and 
president of the Payette Valley Land and Orchard Company. 

AXTELL, JOHN THOMAS, Physician and Surgeon of 
Newton, Kansas, was bom Aug. 11, 1856, in Roseville, 111. 
In 1897 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the Bellevue 
Hospital Medical College. For many years he filled the 
chair of orthopedic surgery in the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of the University of Kansas City. He is the pro- 
prietor of the Axtell Hospital and Training School for 
Nurses of Newton. 

AVARS, EMERSON WINFIELD, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Allegany County, N.Y., was born Aug. 21, 1866, in 
Dodge Center, Minn. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Balti- 
more, Md. He is a member of several medical associations 
and scientific societies; and is president of the Allegany 
County Medical Society. 

AVERS, JOSEPH GERRISH, Physician of Port Jervis, 
N.Y. He became medical director with the rank of rear ad- 
miral in the Medical Corps of the United States Navy, and 
is now retired. 

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AYERS, WINFIELD, Surgeon of 616 Madison Avenue, 
New York City, was born in 1864, in Oakham, Mass. In 
1893 he received the degree of M.D. from Bellevue Medical 
Hospital and College of New York City. He is adjunct pro- 
fessor of genito-urinary diseases in the New York Post- 
Graduate Medical School. 

AYRES, STEPHEN COOPER, Soldier, Oculist and Au- 
rist of 4 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born in 
June, 1840, in Troy, Ind. In 1864 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. He became assistant 
surgeon in the United States Volunteers; and in 1865 was 
brevetted captain. 

BABBITT, OTIS H., Physician and Surgeon of 178 Gen- 
esee Street, Auburn, N.Y., was born March 19, 1854, in Ot- 
sego, N.Y. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
New York Homoeopathic Medical College. For seven years 
he was a teacher in the public schools. For fourteen years 
he practiced as physician and surgeon in Cooperstown, and 
since 1896 in Auburn. He has been president of the Board 
of Education, and president of the Village of Cooperstown. 

BABER, ERL ARMITAGE, Physician and Managing Of- 
ficer of Dayton, Ohio, was born May 3, 1883, in Griggsville, 
111. In 1909 he received the degree of M.D. from the Univer- 
sity of Louisville. He is a successful physician and a mem- 
ber of the American Medical Association, the American 
Academy of Medicine, and the American Medico-Psycholo- 
gical Association. Since 1911 he has been superintendent of 
the Dayton State Hospital. 

BACHMAN, CHARLES W., Physician of 221 North 
Sixth Street, Reading, Pa., was born in 1856 in Reading, Pa. 
In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. 

BACKENSTOE, MARTIN J., Physician and Banker of 
500 Chestnut Street, Emaus, Pa., was born Oct. 9, 1867, in 
Emaus, Pa. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. He is president of Emaus Na- 
tional Bank and a director of other corporations. 

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BADING, GERHARD AUGUSTUS, Surgeon and Public 
Official of 294 Far well Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., was born 
Aug. 31, 1870, in Milwaukee, Wis. In 1896 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Rush Medical College. He has been 
United States examining surgeon for pensions. He is now 
mayor of Milwaukee. 

BAETJER, FREDERICK HENRY, Surgeon of 4 East 
Madison Street, Baltimore, Md., was born Aug. 7, 1874, in 
Baltimore, Md. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from 
John Hopkins University of Baltimore. Since 1901 he has 
been director of the department of Roentgenology of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. He has been president of the 
American Roentgen Ray Society. 

BAILEY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Physician and Au- 
thor of 506 First National Bank Building, Lincoln, Neb., was 
born June 22, 1860, in Littleton, N.H. In 1881 he received 
the degree of. M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College, at 
Philadelphia. He has been president of the National Homeo- 
pathic Society and other medical societies. He is the author 
of Present Status of Paedology. 

BAILEY, FREDERICK RANDOLPH, Physician and 
Author of 1165 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, N.J., where 
he was born Oct. 26, 1871. Since 1896 he has practiced med- 
icine. He is the author of Textbook of Histology and other 
works. 

BAILEY, PEARCE, Physician and Author of 52 West 
Fifty-third Street, New York City, was born July 12, 1865, 
in New York. In 1899 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is a specialist on diseases of the mind and the nervous 
system; and is the author of Accident and Injury, their 
Relation to Disease. 

BAILLY, THOMAS E., Physician and Gynecologist of 
San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1869 in New Jersey. He is 
gynecologist to St. Mary's Hospital. 

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BAINBRIDGE, WILLIAM SEAMAN, Physician of 34 
Gramercy Park, New York City, was bom Feb. 17, 1870, in 
Providence, R.I. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Columbia College. He is surgeon and gynecologist to 
the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital; and professor of 
surgery to the New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hos- 
pital. He was a volunteer surgeon during the Spanish- 
American War. In 1907 he was honorary president of the 
Heidelberg Congress on cancer. He is a member of the Ar- 
my and Navy Club, Washington, D.C. ; Quill, Columbia Uni- 
versity and Students' Club. He is a contributor to medical 
and scientific literature; and is the author of The Cancer 
Problem, Life's Day and other works. 

BAIRD, WILLIAM JAMES, Physician of Boulder, Colo., 
was born June 21, 1861, in Coalfire, Ala. He was educated 
in the University of Alabama; and in 1881 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He has 
been editor of the foreign literature department of the Den- 
ver Medical Times. He gave the Gregory canyon, compris- 
ing of one hundred and sixty acres, to the city of Boulder 
to be used as a public park. He is the founder and since 
1903 secretary of the Boulder City Improvement Associ- 
ation. He is scout master and scout commissioner of the 
boy scouts of America ; and is also president of the Boulder 
Young Men's Christian Association. He is a member of the 
Boulder County Medical Society ; the Colorado State Medical 
Association and the American Medical Association. 

BAKER, ANTHONY GEORGE, Physician and Author 
of 404 Susquehanna Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Feb. 2, 1849, in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. Since 
1897 he has been physician-in-chief at the Chinese Medical 
Dispensary. He is the author of History of the Germans in 
America and other works. 

BAKER, ARCHIBALD McEACHERN, Surgeon and Gy- 
necologist of 126 Rutledge Avenue, Charleston, S.C, was 
born in 1862, in Red Banks, N.C. In 1889 he received the 

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degree of M.D. from the Medical College of South Carolina. 
He is president of the Baker Sanatorium ; and clinical pro- 
fessor of abdominal surgerj'^ and gynecology. 

BAKER, CHARLES WARRINGTON, physician and sur- 
geon of Stanwood, Iowa, was born Feb. 12, 1854, in Sedalia, 
Ohio. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the Star- 
ling Medical College. He has been president of the Cedar 
County Medical Society of Iowa. 

BAKER, DE FORREST, Physician and Educator of 484 
The Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio, was born Sept. 17, 1851, in Co- 
lumbia, Ohio. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Homoeopathic Hospital College. He is a member of the 
leading medical associations and scientific societies. 

BAKER, EUGENE, Physician, Surgeon, Lecturer and 
Public Official of 108 West Seneca Street, Ithaca, N.Y., was 
born April 16, 1853, in Denton Corners, N.Y. In 1882 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan ; 
and graduated from Cornell University with the degree of 
B.S. He has attained eminence in the practice of medicine 
in his native state; has filled the position of health officer 
and alderman of Ithaca, N.Y. ; and is still engaged in the 
active practice of medicine in that city. He is a noted lec- 
turer at Cornell University on obstetrics and the practice 
of medicine. 

BAKER, FLAVIUS J., Physician and Banker of 94 W'sd- 
nut Street, Lockport, N.Y., was born July 18, 1848, in An- 
dover, N.Y. He was educated at Genesee University under 
private tutors ; in 1867 received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of New York ; is also a post-graduate of the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. He is instructor of gynecology and 
specific district of the Lockport City Hospital ; and presi- 
dent of the Lockport Academy of Medicine. He has been 
president of Niagara County Medical Society; and a mem- 
ber of the New York State Medical Society. He is the au- 
thor of Burns, Treatment of Ulcers, Preventive Medicine; 
and is the inventor of the Gynecological Table. 

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BAKER, FRED, Physician of 1332 C. Street, San Diego, 
Cal. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. He is president of the Southern Cal- 
ifornia Medical Society. 

BAKER, GEORGE FALES, Physician and Capitalist of 
1818 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born July 14, 
1863, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1887 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is director of 
the National Bank of Northern Liberties and other corpor- 
ations. 

BAKER, HENRY BROOKS, Surgeon and Farmer of 
Holland, Mich., was born Dec. 29, 1837, in Brattleboro, Vt. 
In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. from the Homoeo- 
pathic College of Buffalo, N.Y. In 1873-1905 he was secre- 
tary of the Michigan State Board of Health. 

BAKER, J. NORMENT, Physician of 602 South Perry 
Street, Montgomery, Ala., was born April 11, 1876, in Ab- 
ingdon, Va. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Virginia. He is president of the Medical 
Association of Alabama. 

BAKER, S. JOSEPHINE, Physician and Surgeon of 33 
West Ninety-sixth St., and 139 Center St., New York City. 
She was born Nov. 15, 1873, in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In 1898 
she received the degree of M.D. from the Women's Medical 
College; New York Inf iraiary ; and for one year was interne 
at the New England Hospital, Boston, Mass. In 1907-08 she 
was assistant to the Commissioner of Health; since 1901 
she was with the Department of Health of New York City; 
and since 1909 has been director of the Bureau of Child Hy- 
giene of the Department of Health. She is a lecturer on 
public health at New York University and Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College; and a lecturer on public health nursing at 
Columbia University. She is a member of the New York 
Academy of Medicine, New York County and State Medical 
Societies, the American Medical Association and the Amer- 
ican Association for the Study and Prevention of Infant 
Mortality; the American School of Hygiene and American 

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Public Health Associations, and the National Conference of 
Charities and Correction ; and is also a member of the Cos- 
mopolitan and Wom/en's City Clubs. She is the author of 
numerous monogi'aphs and articles on child hygiene. 

BAKER, SMITH, Physician, Neurologist and Scientist 
of 37 Winston Building, Whitesboro, N.Y., was born Sept. 
25, 1850, in Marcy, N.Y. In 1871 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Michigan. He has been lectur- 
er on the preservation of health at Colgate University. 

BAKETEL, H. SHERIDAN, Physician of 81 Fulton St., 
Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in Hopedale, Ohio. In 1895 he re- 
ceived the degree of H.D. from Dartmouth Medical College. 
He is editor of the Medical Times; and first-lieutenant in 
the Medical Reserve Corps. 

BALCH, ALFRED WILLIAM, Physician, Surgeon and 
Scientist of Boston, Mass., was born Aug. 27, 1873, in East 
Saginaw, Mich. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He has been instructor and as- 
sistant professor in the Harvard Medical School. In 1901-04 
he was assistant surgeon and in 1904-09 past assistant sur- 
geon in the United States Navy. Since 1912 he has been 
professor of medical chemistry and toxicology in the med- 
ical school of Tufts College. He is the author of several 
scientific works. 

BALCH, GALUSHA B., Physician, Genealogist and Au- 
thor of 136 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, N.Y., was born 
Feb.'e, 1839, in Plattsburgh, N.Y. In 1860 he i-eceived the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. During the Civil War he was assistant 
surgeon in the ninety-eighth regiment of the New York 
Volunteers. He is superintendent of the Westchester Coun- 
ty Society. He is the author of The Balch Genealogy. 

BALDWIN, BENJAMIN JAMES, Physician of Mont- 
gomery, Ala., was born Nov. 16, 1856, in Bullock County, 
Ala. In 1877 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from Bellevue 
Medical College. He is president of the Alabama State Med- 
ical Association. 

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BALDWIN, EDWARD H., Physician of 85 Clinton Ave- 
nue, Newark, N.J. In 1895 he received the degi'ee of M.D. 
from the New York Homoeopathic Medical College. He is 
president of the State Board of Medical Examiners. 

BALDWIN, EDWARD ROBINSON, Physician and wri- 
ter of Saranac Lake, N.Y., was born Sept. 8, 1864, in Bethel, 
Conn. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from Yale 
Medical School. He is director of Saranac Laboratory; Tru- 
deau School ; and vice-president of Trudeau Sanatorium and 
trustee of Reception Hospital and General Hospital. He has 
been a member of the Saranac Lake School Board and pres- 
ident of Saranac Lake Board of Health. He is a contributor 
of various laboratory studies to the Journal of Medical Re- 
search and other medical periodicals. 

BALDWIN, JAINTSS FAIRCHILD, Surgeon and Author 
of 115 South Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, was born Feb. 
12, 1850, in Orangeville, N.Y. In 1874 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College of Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Since 1900 he has been surgeon and chief of 
staff at the Grant Hospital of Columbus, Ohio. He is the 
author of Operative Gynecology and other medical mono- 
graphs. 

BALDY, JOHN MONTGOMERY, Physician and Author 
of 2219 DeLancey Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born June 
16, 1860, in Danville, Pa. In 1884 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is consulting 
surgeon of the Frederick Douglas Hospital; and is the au- 
thor of American Text-Book of Gynecology. 

BALL, HALSEY JAY, Physician, Surgeon and Public 
Official of 18 Tompkins Street, Cortland, N.Y., was born on 
Aug. 12, 1868, in Cortland, N.Y. In 1887 he graduated from 
Cortland State Normal School ; and in 1890 received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the New York Homoeopathic Medical Col- 
lege. He is health officer of the City of Cortland; surgeon 
to Cortland County Hospital and visiting physician of the 
Children's Home. He is a member of the County and State 
Medical Societies; and is first vice-president of the New 

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York Cortland County Medical Society and New York State 
Medical Sanitary Officers Association. 

BALL, JAMES MOORES, Physician and Ophthalmolo- 
gist of 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born Sept. 4, 
1862, in West Union, Iowa. He received the degree of M.D. 
from the Iowa State University; and studied abroad. He 
has made a specialty of diseases of the eye. In 1894-1910 
he was professor of ophthalmology in the St. Louis College 
of Physicians and Surgeons; and since 1910 has been dean 
and professor of ophthalmology in the American Medical 
College. He is the author of Ball's Modern Ophthalmology; 
and Andreas Vesalius, the Reformer of Anatomy. For two 
years he was editor of the Annals of Ophthalmology. 

BALL, LEWIS HEISLER, Physician and Statesman of 
Marshalltown, Del., was born Sept. 21, 1861, in Stanton, Del. 
In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. He has been State treasurer of Delawai^e. 
He has been a member of Congress and United States sen- 
ator. 

BALL MICHAEL VALENTINE, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of Warren, Pa., where he was bom Feb. 14, 186S. 
In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. Since 1898 he has been practicing as a 
specialist in eye and ear diseases. He is the author of Es- 
sentials of Bacteriology. 

BALL, OTHO FISHER, Physician and Publisher oi St. 
Louis, Mo., was born June 20, 1875, in Waterloo, Iowa. He 
was educated at the University of Wisconsin; and in 1897 
received the degree of M.D. from St. Louis College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons. In 1897-99 he practiced his profession 
in St. Louis, Mo.; and since 1899 has been managing editor 
of the Interstate Medical Journal. Since the establishment 
of The Modern Hospital in 1913, he has been president of 
the company publishing this magazine. 

BALLENGER, EDGAR GARRISON, Physician of 805 
Healy Building, Atlanta, Ga. In 1901 he received the c'egree 
of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is editor of 
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AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SUEGEON 

BALLENGER, WILLIAM LINCOLN, Physician and Au- 
thor of 31 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 
26, 1861, in Economy, Ind. In 18^1 he received ihe d-igree 
of M.D, from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Since 
1895 he has practiced otology in Chicago. He is rhe author 
of Otology and Laryngology. 

BALLOCH, EDWARD ARTHUR, Surgeon and Educator 
of 1511 Rhode Island Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C., 
was born Jan. 2, 1857, in Somersworth, N.H. In 1879 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from Howard University. He is 
dean of the Howard University School of Medicine. 

BANNING, ARCHIBALD TANNER, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 242 South Fourth Avenue, Mount Vernon, N.Y., was 
born May 15, 1854, in New York City. In 1873 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Cincinnati College of Medicine and 
Surgery. Since 1903 he has been health officer of the city 
of Mount Vernon. 

BANNISTER, HENRY MARTYN, Physician of 828 Jud 
son Ave,, Evanston, 111., was born July 25, 1844, in Cazeno- 
via, N.Y. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Columbian University. He was co-editor with Dr. G. S. 
Jewell, of the Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 
which they had established. 

BARBAT, J. HENRY, Physician and Suregon of 275 
Post Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1862 in Calif- 
ornia. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of California. He is instructor in surgery in the 
medical department of the University of California. 

BARCHFELD, ANDREW JACKSON, Physician and 
Statesman of 106 Eighteenth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa., was 
born May 18, 1863, in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Jefferson Medical College. In 1905- 
09 and since 1913 he has been a member of Congress. He 
received the i-e-election foi- the term of 1915-17. 

BARCLAY, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Physician and In- 
ventor of 1620 Fifth Avenue, Jacksonville, Pa., was born 
Feb. 13, 1842, in Jacksonville, Pa. In 1866 he received the 

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degree of M.D. from Long Island College Hospital. In 1893 
he discovered and applied gold compounds, in which he suc- 
cessfully combined gold with bromine, mercury, arsenic and 
other metals. 

BARDEEN, CHARLES RUSSELL, Anatomist of Mad- 
ison Wis., was born Feb. 8, 1871, in Kalamazoo, Mich. In 
1897 he received the degree of M.D. from Johns Hopkins 
University. He is dean of the University of Wisconsin Col- 
lege of Medicine. 

BARKAN, ADOLPH, Physician and Otologist of 135 
Stockton Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1844 in 
Eperies, Hungary. In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. 
f]'om the University of Vienna. He is professor of otology 
in the Cooper Medical College. 

BARLOW, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Physician, Surgeon 
and Statesman of Spencer, W.Va., was born June 29, 1874, 
in Beverley, W.Va. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Baltimore Medical College. He has been surgeon 
for the Wheeling Steel and Iron Company and other corpo^:- 
ations. He is now superintendent of the Second Hospital 
for the Insane; and surgeon for the Baltimore and Ohio 
Railroad Company. Since 1911 he has been a member of the 
West Virginia State Legislature. 

BARLOW, WALTER JARVIS, Physician of 616 Secur- 
ity Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born Jan. 22, 1868, in 
Ossining, N.Y. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He has practiced medicine in New York and Los Angeles, 
California. 

BARNES, FRANK HASELHURST, Physician of Stam- 
ford, Conn., was born June 17, 1872, in Mohawk, N.Y. In 
1896 he received the degree of M.D. from New York Medical 
College. He is clinical instructor of neurology to the Post- 
Graduate Hospital. He is medical superintendent of Dr. 
Barnes' Sanitarium. 

BARNES, HARRY LEE, Physician and Surgeon of Wal- 
lum Lake, R.I., was born Aug. 10, 1877, in Adams, Mass. In 

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1898 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Vermont. In 1905-13 he was resident physician and super- 
intendent of the Rhode Island State Sanatorium ; and since 
1910 has been secretary and treasurer of the American 
Sanatorium Association. In 1910-12 he was president of the 
Burrillville Anti-Tuberculosis Association. 

BARNES, NOBLE PRICE, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 611 Maryland Avenue, Washington, D.C, was born 
Aug. 16, 1871, in Holmes County, Ohio. In 1893 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Baltimore Medical College. In 
1900 he was one of the organizers of the American Thera- 
peutic Society; and was its secretary for five years. He is 
the author of The Evolution of Medicine and other works. 

BARNES, ROLLIN H., Physician and Editor of St.Louis. 
He was born July 22, 1872, in Fredericksburg, Ohio. In 1897 
he received the degi^ee of M.D. from Marion-Sims College of 
Medicine, at St. Louis, Mo. He was formerly professor of 
proctology to the St. Louis Physicians and Surgeons Med- 
ical College and American Medical College. He is consuting 
proctologist to the City Infim1a,ry and St. John's Hospital ; 
and is also editor and publisher of The Proctolgist. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association, the St. Louis 
Medical Society, the Missouri State American Proctologic 
Society and the Southern Illinois Medical Society. 

BARNEY, GEORGE DEVERELL, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 21 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Oct. 
19, 1865, in Darien, Conn. In 1889 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Long Island Medical Hospital College, Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. He discovered a new treatment for consumption. 

BARR, GRANVILLE WALTER, Physician, Lecturer 
and Author of Keokuk, Iowa, was born Oct. 25,1860, in Med- 
way, Ohio. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. Since 1902 he has been editor 
and proprietor of the Keokuk Standard. He is the author 
of Shacklett and other works. 

BARROW, CHARLES A., Physician and Banker of New 
Straitsville, Ohio, was born March 21, 1865, in England. He 

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received the degree of M.D. in 1893 from Kentucky School 
of Medicine. He is president of the Martin Bank Company. 

BARROWS, FRANKLIN WILLIAM, Physician, Zoolo- 
gist and Scientist of 1364 Michigan Street, Buffalo, N.Y., 
was born Jan. 24, 1863, in Springfield, 111. In 1893 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. 
In 1888-1903 he was instructor of science at the Central 
High School of Buffalo, N.Y. 

BARTON, P]DGAR R., Physician and Surgeon of Frazee, 
Minn., was born May 26, 1872,in South Bridgton, Maine. He 
was educated in the public schools of Portland, Maine and 
Minneapolis, Minn. ; and in 1901 received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Minnesota, the College of Medicine 
and Surgery. Since 1901 he has been engaged in the prac- 
of medicine at Frazee. He is president of Frazee Drug Com- 
pany. He is surgeon to the Northern Pacific Railway Com- 
pany and Nichols-Chisolm Lumber Company. He has been 
president of the Village Counci at Frazee ; secretary to the 
Board of Health ; assistant county physician and deputy cor- 
oner. He is a member of the Clay-Becker County Medical 
Society, the Minnesota State and American Medical Asso- 
ciations and a member of the University Club. 

BARTON, JAMES LUNDIE, Physician of Memphis. Tenn 
He was born Oct. 30, 1866, in Lexington- Miss. He attended 
the grammar schools; the Memphis Institute; the Vander- 
bilt University of Nashville; arid in 1895 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical Department of that insti- 
tution. In 1896 the addendum degiee of M.D. was conferred 
by the University of Nashville. He has been secretary, vice- 
president arid president of the Memphis and Shelby County 
Medical Society. He is visiting surgeon to the Anne Brink- 
ley Home; and attending physician and surgeon and obste- 
trician to the Ella Oliver Refuge Home. He is medical ex- 
aminer for the Illinois Life Insurance Company of Chicago ; 
and medical examiner of various other life and fraternal 
organizations. 

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BARUCH, SIMON, Physician, Surgeon and Author of 

51 West Seventieth Street, New York City, was born July 
29, 1840, in Germany. In 1862 he received the degree of 
M.D. from West Virginia University College, He is the 
originator and active propagandist of free municipal cleans- 
ing baths, many of which have been built in New York City. 
He is the author of Uses of Water in Modern Medicine and 
other works. 

BASCH, SEYMOUR, Physician, Educator and Author 
of 40 West Eighty-eighth Street, New York City, was born 
December, 1871, in New York City. In 1894 he received the 
degree of M.D. from New York University. He is a post- 
graduate instructor of the University of Berlin ; clinical pro- 
fessor of medicine at Fordham University and attending 
physician to Lebanon Hospital. He is a member of New 
York State and County Medical Societies and other organ- 
izations. He i$ the author of papers on Gastric Crises of 
Tabes, Mineral Waters in Gastro-Intestinal Diseases, The 
Stomach and Intestinal Gases and other works. He is also 
translator and editor of Boas' Diseases of the Intestines. 

BASCOM, FRANCIS S., Physician of 815 Boston Build- 
ing, Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Rush Medical College. He is president of the 
State Board of Health. 

BASHORE, HARVEY BROWN, Physician and Author 
of West Fairview, Pa., where he was born July 31, 1864. In 
1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. He is the author of Outlines of Rural Hy- 
giene and other works. 

BASS, CHARLES CASSEDY, Physician and Author of 
741 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La., was born July 29, 
1875, in Carley, Miss. In 1899 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Tulane University. He is professor of experimen- 
tal medicine and director of the Laboratories of Clinical 
Medicine of Tulane University. He is the author of Hook- 
worm Disease and other works. 

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BASSETT, VICTOR H., Physician of 402 Henry Street, 
Savannah, Ga. In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Johns Hopkins University. He is hbrarian of the Georgia 
Medical Society. 

BATESON, JOHN C, Physician, Lecturer, Founder and 
Author of 126 Adams Avenue, Scranton, Pa., was born July 
25, 1854, in Iowa. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. 
from New York University. He is the founder of an organ- 
ization known as the United Christians; and has lectured 
extensively on Christian Union and physical laws. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association; and a mem- 
ber of various other medical associations and scientific so- 
cieties. 

BATHURST, WILLIAM R., Physician and Dermatolo- 
gist of 2522 Broadway, Little Rock, Ark., was born in No- 
vember, 1876, in Mount Union, Pa. In 1899 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of the South. He was 
educated in Philadelphia and limits his practice to derma- 
tology. He is a member of the County, State, Southern and 
American Medical Associations. He is secretary of the Fa- 
culty and professor of dermatology in the medical depart- 
ment of the University of Arkansas. He is editor of the 
Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society ; and also treasurer 
of that society. 

BAYLISS, FRANK P., Physician of 611 Whitesboro St., 
Whitesboro, N.Y. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Syracuse University. He is proprietor of the Whites- 
boro Sanitarium. 

BEARD, RICHARD OLDING, Educator and Physician 
of 802 Donaldson Buildmg, Minneapolis, Minn., was born 
Dec. 20, 1856, in England. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Northwestern University. He has been president 
of the Minnesota Academy of Medicine. He is secretary of 
the Medical School and associate professor of physiology in 
the University of Minnesota. He is a member of the Amer- 
ican Public Health Association, the American Medical As- 
sociation and various other medical and scientific societies. 

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BEATES, HENRY, JR., Physician of 202 South Six- 
teenth Street, New York City, was born Dec. 20, 1857, in 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania; and in 1911 the de- 
gree of Sc.D. from Washington and Jefferson Colleges. In 
-1911 he was president of the State Board of Medical Exani- 
iners. He is a member of the American and Northern Med- 
ical Associations, American Therapeutic Association, Amer- 
ican Academy of Political and Social Science ; and is honor- 
ary member of Erie County, Monmouth County and Dela- 
ware County Medical Associations. He has been president 
of the National Confederation State Medical Examining and 
Licensing Board. 

BECK, CARL, Surgeon and Author of 373 Sixty-first 
Street, New York City, was born April 4, 1856, in Gei-many. 
In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is president 
of St. Mark's Hospital and other medical societies. He is 
the author of Manual of Surgical Asepsis and other works. 

BECKETT, WESLEY WILBUR, Physician and Founder 
of Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Building, Los Angeles, (^al. 
was born May 31, 1857, in Forest Grove, Ore. In 1888 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of South- 
ern California. He was one of the founders of the Idylwild 
Sanatarium in San Jacinto Mountains. 

BEEBE, BROOKS FORD, Physician and Proprietor of 
414 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born in 1850 in 
Ohio. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Ohio. In 1880-1910 he was a teacher in the med- 
ical College of Ohio, the last ten years as professor of men- 
tal diseases. Since 1900 he has been proprietor of the Grand- 
view Sanitarium. He is the author of numerous monographs 
and papers along medical lines. 

BEEBE, HENRY E., Physician and Banker of Sidney, 
Ohio, was born July 24, 1849, in Carey, Ohio. In 1873 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Homoeopathic Hos- 
pital College. He is president ( f the Citizens' National Bank. 

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BEESLEY, WALKER WORTH, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Bokoshe, Okla., was bom Nov. 30, 1879, in Paris, 
Texas. In 1907 he received the degree of M.D. from Barnes 
Medical College. He is president of the State Exchange 
Bank. 

BELL, GEORGE HUSTON, Physician and Surgeon of 
40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was born Aug. 
10, 1866, in Mount Sidney, Va. He was educated at the Au- 
gusta Military Institute ; and in 1897 received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Virginia. He is senior assistant 
surgeon to the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. He is a 
member of the Academy of Medicine; American Ophthal- 
mological Society; Southern Society, and is also a member 
of the City Club and Ardsley Country Club. 

BELL, J. N., Physician and Editor of 506 Washington 
Arcade, Detroit, Mich. In 1892 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Detroit College of Medicine. He is editor of 
the Harper Hospital Bulletin. 

BELLAMY, RUSSELL, Surgeon and Physician of 20 
West Thirtieth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 12, 
1871, in Wilmington, N.C. In 1892 he received the degree 
of M.D. from New York University. He is a successful 
physician. 

BENDELL, JOSEPH LEWI, Physician and Surgeon of 
178 State Street, Albany, N.Y., was born April 19, 1880, in 
Albany, N.Y. In 1903 he received the degree of A.B. from 
Yale University and in 1907 the degree of M.D. from the 
Albany Medical College. For one year he was surgical pa- 
thologist to Bender Laboratory; has been instructor in 
pathology and bacteriology to the Albany Medical College; 
and is now instructor in surgery in that institution. He is 
a fellow of the American College of Surgeons ; a member of 
the Advisory Medical Council of New York State Library. 
He is the author of The Treatment of Shock as apphed to 
Emergency Surgery and other works. 

BENDER FRED P., Physician and Surgeon of Caro, 
Mich., was born Aug. 9, 1874, in Caresco, Mich. In 19v>k: iie 



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received the degi'ee of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He is president of the Tuscola County Medical Asso- 
ciation ; and is mayor of his city. 

BENEDICT, A. L., Physician and Author of 228 Sumner 
Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born in Buffalo, N.Y. He has 
received the degrees of A.B., M.D. and A.M.; and in 1888 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. 
He has been vice-president of the American Academy of 
Medicine. He is superintendent of Ethnology of the Pan- 
American Exposition. He is a member of the American 
Academy of Medicine; the Medical Society of the State of 
New York and other associations. He is editor of the Buf- 
falo Medical Journal; and is author of Golden Rules of Die- 
tetics, and Practical Dietetics. 

BENEDICT, S. C, Physician of Athens, Ga. In 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D. from Miami Medical College. 
He is president of the State Board of Health. 

BENDIXEN, P. A., Physician of 404 Lane Building, 
Davenport, Iowa. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College of Chicago, 111. He is pres- 
ident of the Iowa and Central District Medical Association. 

BOWLING, BENJAMIN, Physician and Author of 215 
Cooper Street, Camden, N.J., was born Jan. 23, 1849, in Bal- 
timore, Md. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of the 
Medical Society. He is the author of Contagion and other 
works. 

BENJAMIN, FLOYD ALLEN, Physician of Cherry 
Creek, N.Y., was born in 1874 in Alfred, N.Y. He attended 
Alfred University High School ; and in 1906 received the 
degree of M.D. from Jefferson Medical College of Philadel- 
phia, Pa. He is examiner for ten old line Life Insurance 
Companies. He is a member of the New York State and 
County Medical Societies and of other organiaztions. 

BENNETT, ISAIAH, Soldier, Physician and Surgeon of 
Wilsonville, Nebr., was born in 1832 in Madison County, O. 
In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from Lincoln Med- 

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ical College. He served in the Civil War. He was captain 
of Company I, thirty-third Regiment Ohio State Guard. 

BENNETT, JOHN WILSON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Public Official of Long Branch, N.J., was born Jan. 15, 
1864, in Eldora, N.J. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. He 
has been president of the Long Branch City Board of 
Health since 1890; and in 1903-04 he was president of the 
New State Board of New Jersey. He is now director of the 
New York and Monmouth Park Steamboat Company. 

BENNETT, W. FERRY, Physician of Crestline, Ohio, 
was born April 8, 1854, in Ohio. He is an eminent physician 
of Crestline. 

BENSEL, WALTER, Physician of 335 West Eighty- 
fourth Street, New York City, was born Jan. 22, 1869, in 
New York City. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. Since 1907 he has been sanitary superintendent of 
the City of New York. 

BENSON, BENJAMIN G., Physician and Editor of 2136 
Benton Street, St. Louis, Mo. In 1888 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from St. Louis College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. He is editor of the Weekly Bulletin of the St. Louis 
Medical Society. 

BENTLEY, EDWIN, Physician, Surgeon and Educator 
of 71-75 Urquhart Building, Little Rock, Ark., was born 
July 3, 1824, in Connecticut. In 1850 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the New York University. He served in the 
Civil War as a post-surgeon. He was professor of surgery 
in the Industrial University of Arkansas. 

BERDSALL, GEORGE A., Physician and Surgeon of 
Alexandria, Neb. In 1888 he received the degree of JM.D. 
from the University of Illinois. He is president of the So- 
ciety of Surgeons of the St. Joseph and Grand Island Rail- 
way. ''-^'" 

BERGEY, DAVID HENDRICKS, Physician, Scientist 
and Author of 206 South Fifty-third Street, Philadelphia, 



AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

Pa., was born Dec. 27, 1860, in Montgomery County, Pa. In 
1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. Since 1903 he has been assistant professor 
of bacteriology in the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
the author of Handbook of Practical Hygiene and other 
works. 

BERKELEY, GEORGE CARLTON, Physician and Sur- 
geon of St. Albans, Vt., was born July 10, 1870, in West- 
ford, Vt. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Vermont. He was captain in the first infan- 
try of the Vermont National Guard in 1898; and was its 
major and surgeon in 1899-1910. He has been president of 
Franklin County Medical Society; and is the owner of the 
Colonial Inn of St. Albans, Vt. He is also colonel and chief 
surgeon on the staff of the governor of Vermont; and ex- 
pert examiner for the United States Pension Bureau. 

BERKLEY, HENRY J., Physician and Author of 1305 
Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md., was born July 17, 1860, in 
Baltimore, Md. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the John Hopkins University, of Baltimore, Md. Since 
1889 he has been a practicing physician of Baltimore. He 
is the author of Treatise on Mental Diseases. 

BERMANN, ISIDOR SAMUEL LEOPOLD, Physician 
and Journalist of 2341 Eighteenth Street, Northwest, Wash- 
ington, D.C., was born Jan. 7, 1845, in Darmstadt, Germany. 
In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from Wurzburg Uni- 
versity, Germany; was educated in the private schools of 
Darmstadt and Frankfort, and received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Marbui-g. He has practiced his 
profession in Baltimore; and since 1885 in Washington. He 
is a member of the Ameiican Medical Association; the 
Washington Academy of Science and the Washington Med- 
ical Society. 

de BERMINGHAM, JOSE M., Physician of 106 West 
Forty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 23, 1876, 
in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was educated in the public schools; 
at St. John's Military Academy of Manlius, N.Y. ; and in 

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1896 received the degree of M.D. from New York Univer- 
sity. He is a member of the County Medical Society, Mi- 
croscopical and Medical-Surgical Societies ; and of the Friars 
and Woodland Clubs. 

BEST, WILLIAM P., Physician and Surgeon of 2218 
East Tenth Street, Indianapolis, Ind., was born Aug. 3, 1864, 
in Fairfield, Ind. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati. He is 
secretary of the National Eclectic Medical Association. 

BETZ,.L H., Physician of 301 East King Street, York, 
Pa. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from Jefferson 
Medical College. He is librarian of the York County Medical 
Society. 

BEVAN, ARTHUR DEAN, Physician and Surgeon of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1861 
in Chicago, 111. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Rush Medical College, of Chicago. He is president and sur- 
geon of the Presbyterian Hospital. 

BEVAN, CHARLES FREDERICK, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 807 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. In 1871 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mary- 
land. He is dean of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

BEYEA, JAMES LOUIS, Physician of 235 Second Ave., 
New York City, was born July 28, 1837, in Goshen, N.Y. In 
1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the New York Ho- 
moeopathic Medical College of New York, and since has been 
engaged in the practice of medicines in New Yoi-k City. In 
1861 he enlisted in the seventh regiment New York State 
Militia ; in 1862 went to California by steamer ; and went to 
Mexico in 1864. For over twenty-five years he has been a 
member of the New York and California National Guards, 
having, after an absence of fourteen years, rejoined the 
same New York regiment and holds a medal for long and 
faithful service. He has traveled extensively in Eui-ope. 

BEYER, HENRY GUSTAV, Surgeon and Lecturer of 
Washington, D.C., was born Oct. 28, 1850, in Saxony. He 
was educated in Hohenstein Ernstthal; received the degree 

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of M.D. from Bellevue Hospital Medical College; M.R.C.S. 
from London in 1881; and Ph.D. in 1887 from Johns Hop- 
kins Universitity. In 1876 he was appointed from New 
York, assistant surgeon of the United States Navy; and 
since 1910 has been medical inspector and medical director 
of the Navy. He served at the Naval Hospital, Brooklyn; 
on Monitor Passaic ; training ship Portsmouth ; special duty 
at Washington and at many other duties. Since 1904 he has 
been professor of hygiene at the Naval Medical School ; and 
lecturer on naval hygiene at the War College, Newport, R.I. 
In 1907 was a delegate to the International Congress, Stock- 
holm, Amsterdam, Berlin and Rome; and in 1912 president 
and secretaiy of the military, naval and tropical hygiene at 
the International Congress Hygiene, at Washington. He is 
a contributor to medical jounials and retired from naval 
service in 1912. 

BICKHAM, WARREN STONE, Surgeon, Educator and 
Author of 440 Riverside Drive, New York City, was bom 
Aug. 23, 1861, in Shreveport, La. He received the degi-ees 
of Phai-.M. and M.D. from Tulane University; and in 1887 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Co- 
lumbia University. He has been instructor of surgery in 
the Post-graduate Medical School and Hospital; and in- 
structor of surgery in the New York Polyclinic ; and is now 
surgeon of the Manhattan State Hospital. He is a fellow of 
the New York Academy of Medicine. He is the author of 
a text-book on Operative Surgery and of numerous contri- 
butions to medical journals. 

BICKNELL, FREDERICK T., Physician and Surgeon of 
222 Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born April 
20, 1842, in Vermont. In 1870 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Rush Medical College. He is president of the 
California Hospital and California Health Resort. 

BIDDLE, THOMAS COKE, Physician of Topeka, Kans., 
was born Sept. 14, 1857, in Putnam County, Ind. In 1881 he 
received the degree of M.D. from Rush Medical College, of 
Chicago. Since 1899 he has been superintendent of the To- 
peka State Hospital. 



AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

BIERRING, WALTER L., Physician of 1210 Equitable 
Building, Des Moines, Iowa. In 1892 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the State University of Iowa. He is president 
of the State Board of Health. 

BIGELOW, WILLIAM STURGIS, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 56 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
April 4, 1850, in Boston, Mass. In 1874 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Harvard University. He has been an 
instructor in surgery in the Harvard Medical School. He is 
the author of Buddhism and Immortality. 

BIGGS, GEORGE PATTEN, Pathologist and Lecturer of 
133 West Seventy-first Street, New York City, was born 
Oct. 26, 1867, in Trumansburg, N.Y. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Bell Medical College ; and is a post- 
graduate from the Hygienic Institute of Berlin. For seven 
years he was assistant pathologist of the New York Health 
Department and since 1902 has been pathologist. He has 
been assistant pathologist of the Bell Medical College; and 
lecturer of special pathology in the University and Bell. 
Hospital Medical College. He is a member of the Academy 
of Medicine, New York Pathological Society, Alumni Asso- 
ciation and the American Association of Pathology and 
Bacteriology. 

BIGGS, HERMANN MICHAEL, Physician and Scientist 
of 113 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
Sept. 29, 1859, in Trumansburg, N.Y. In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Cornell University. In 1902-04 he 
was chief medical officer of the bacteriological laboratory 
in the Health Department of New York City. Since 1914 he 
has been State Commissioner of Health. 

BILLINGS, FRANK, Physician, Surgeon and Author of 
122 South Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born in 
1854 in Highland, Wis. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is dean of the Rush 
Medical College and has been president of the American 
Medical Association. He is the author of Year Book of 
Medicine and other works. 

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BINNIE, JOHN FAIRBAIRN, Surgeon and Author of 
302 Argyle Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born April 22, 
1863, in Scotland. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He is the au- 
thor of Manual of Operative Surgery. 

BISHOP, H. D., Physician and Editor of 760 Rose Build- 
ing, Cleveland, Ohio. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Homoeopathic Hospital College of Cleveland, 
Ohio. He is editor and publisher of the Medical and Surgical 
Reporter. 

BISHOP, HERBERT MARTIN, Physician of 2627 Hoo- 
ver Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born Jan. 15, 1844, in New 
London, Conn. In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Yale University, of New Haven, Conn. He served as assis- 
tant surgeon during the civil war. He has been president of 
the California State Homeopathic Society. 

BISHOP, LOUIS FAUGERES, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 54 West Fifty-first Street, New York City, was 
born March 14, 1864, in Brunswick, N.J. In 1889 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. He is clinical professor of 
heart and circulatory diseases at the Fordham University 
School of Medicine of New York City. He is the author of 
Heart Disease and Blood Pressure and other works. 

BISHOP, SETH SCOTT, Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 31 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born Feb. 7, 
1852, in Fond du Lac, Wis. In 1876 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Northwestern University of Chicago, 111. He 
is honorary president of the Silver Cross Hospital of Joliet. 
He is the author of Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear 
and other works. 

BISHOP, WILLIAM THOMAS, Soldier, Physician and 
Surgeon of 211 Pine Street, Harrisburg, Pa., was born Nov. 
11, 1840, in Hummelstown, Pa. In 1879 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Rush Medical College. During the Civil 
War he served in the Pennsylvania Regiment and attained 
the rank of second lieutenant. Then for ten years he was 

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engaged principally in the banking business. Since 1879 he 
has practiced medicine in Hanisburg, Pa. ; and in 1886-1910 
was medical examiner for the Pennsylvania Railroad Com- 
pany. He has been president of the American Electro-ther- 
apeutic Association; president of the Harrisburg Patholo- 
gical Society ; and president of the Dauphin County Medical 
Society. He was surgeon of his post, Grand Army of the 
Republic; and became post-commander. 

BISSELL, MARY TAYLOR, Physician and Author of 
106 East Fifty-second Street, New York City, was born in 
1855 in Brooklyn, N.Y. She is the author of Household Hy- 
giene and other works. 

BISSELL, WILLIAM GROSVENOR, Sanitary Expert 
of Buffalo, N.Y., was born Jan. 30, 1870, in Lockport, N.Y. 
In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Buffalo; and attended the Army Medical School. Since 
1894 he has been chief of the Bureau and bacteriologist of 
the Department of Health of Buffalo, N.Y. He is a lecturer 
on military hygiene to the Long Island College Hospital, 
Brooklyn; examiner in preventive medicine and hygiene to 
the New York State Board of Medical Examiners; sanitary 
expert of the Northern Steamship Company and health ex- 
pert of Chautauqua Institution. He is secretary of the 
Patholgical Section of Buffalo Academy of Medicine and 
lieutenant of the Medical Reserve Corps, United States 
Army; and is a member of various organizations. 

BLACK, CARL B., Physician and' Librarian of Ayfers 
Bank Building, Jacksonville, 111. In 1887 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Northwestern University of Chicago. 
He is Hbrarian of Morgan County Medical Society. 

BLACK, GREENE VARDIMAN, Dentist of 31 West 
Lake Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 3, 1836, in Scott 
County, 111. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Northwestern University. He is dean of the Northwestern 
University Dental School. He is the author of Anatomy of 
the Human Teeth and other works. 

BLACKMAN, WILLIAM WALDO, Physician, Surgeon 
and Anatomist of 519 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was 



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born May 25, 1856, in Bridgewater, N.Y. In 1877 he receiv- 
ed the degree of M.D. from the New York Homoeopathic 
Medical College and Hospital. In 1883-88 he was assistant 
professor of anatomy in the New York Homeopathic Med- 
ical College; and in 1888-96 was professor of that college. 
He is a member of the American Institution of Homeopathy 
and the Long Island Historical Society. 

BLACKWOOD, ALEXANDER LESLIE, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 9151 Commercial Avenue, Chicago, 111., 
was born July 28, 1852, in Quebec, Canada. In 1888 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical 
College. Since 1888 he has practiced in Chicago. He is the 
author of Diseases of Heart and Lung and other works. 

BLAINE, HARRY GORDON, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 119 Dale Avenue, Chicago Junction, Ohio, was 
born Nov. 25, 1858, in Wheeling, W.Va. In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Indiana Eclectic Medical Col- 
lege. In 1884 he founded the American Medical Compend, 
of which he was editor and owner for the ten succeeding 
years. In 1885-92 he was professor of diseases of the mind 
and nervous system in the Toledo Medical College. He is 
the author of The Physician, His Relation to the Law; A 
Manual on Venereal Diseases; Blaine's Medical Footprints 
and other works. 

BLAISDELL, ALBERT FRANKLIN, Physician and Au- 
thor of Winchester, Mass., was born Aug. 31,1860, in South- 
ampton, Mass. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He has been physician to the Rhode 
Island Hospital. He is the author of Study of the English 
Classics, and other works. 

BLAIR, WILLIAM WIGHTMAN, Ophthalmologist of 
Pittsburgh, Pa., was born Nov. 30, 1866, in Blair, Pa. He 
has received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Med- 
ical College. He is professoi- of ophthalmology in the Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh. Since 1911 he has been a member of 
the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member 
of the State Medical Society and other organizations. 

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BLAKE, CLARENCE JOHN, Physician and Otologist 
of 226 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass., was born Feb. 23, 
1843, in Boston, Mass. In 1865 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Hai'vard University; and was educated in Vi- 
enna. In 1871-88 he was instructor, in 1888-1913 professor 
of otology at Harvard Medical School, and since 1913 pro- 
fessor emeritus. He has been president of the Otological 
Society, president of the Physical Educational Association 
and president of the Ninth International Otological Con- 
gress. Since 1871 he has been aural surgeon to the Massa- 
chusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. He has made 
valuable lesearches in acoustics and telephony. 

BLAKE, JOHN BAPST, Surgeon and Scientist of 161 
Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born April 4, 1866, in 
Boston, Mass. In 1861 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He is instructor in surgery at the Har 
vard Medical School; and is part author of the Case Teach- 
ing in Surgery. 

BLAKE, JOSEPH AUGUSTUS, Physician, Author and 
Poet of 108 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York City, was 
bom Aug. 31, 1864, in San Francisco, Cal. In 1889 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. Since 1903 he has been 
professor of surgery in the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of Columbia University. He is the author of On The 
Wing and other works. 

BLANCHARD, WALLACE, Surgeon and Author of 15 
East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 16, 
1849, in Fredonia, N.Y. In 1869 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Northwestern University of Chicago. Since 1869 
he has practiced in Chicago. He is the author of consider- 
able literature upon orthopedic surgery. 

BLUE, RUPERT, Physician and Surgeon of Washing- 
ton, D.C. In 1892 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from the 
University of Maryland; also received the degrees of D.D., 
P.H. and F.A.C.S. He is surgeon-general of the United 
States Public Health Service. 

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BLUMER, GEORGE, Physician and Educator of 64 
Trumbull Street, New Haven, Conn. In 1891 he receiv?d the 
degree of M.D. from the Cooper Medical College. Since 1910 
he has been dean of Yale University Medical College. 

BODINE, JAMES MORRISON, Physician and Educator 
of 512 Atherton Building, Louisville, Ky., was born Oct. 2, 
1831, in Fairfield, Ky. In 1864 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. Since 1907 he 
has been president of the Faculty of the University of 
Louisville. He is president of the American Medical College 
Association. 

BOEHM, JOHN C, Physician and Surgeon of St. Cloud, 
Minn., was born June 12, 1860, in Wienn, Austria. In 1893 
he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Medicine 
and Surgery. He is president of the United States Pension 
Examining Board. 

BOERICKE, WILLIAM, Physician and Editor of 391 
Sutter Street, San Francisco, Cal. In 1880 he received the 
degi'ee of M.D. from the Louisville Medical College. He is 
editor of the Pacific Coast Journal of Homeopathy. 

BOHN, FRANK P., Physician and Banker of Newberry, 
Mich., was born July 14, 1866, in Indiana. In 1890 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of In- 
diana. He is president of the Newberry State Bank. 

CHARLES FREDERICK BOLDUAN, Physician of N.Y. 
He was born May 7, 1873, in Bielefeld, Germany. In 1893 
he received the degree of Ph.G. from_ the College of Phar- 
macy of New York City ; in 1901 received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, at Columbia 
University; and in 1903 took post-graduate studies in the 
University of Beilin. He is a specialist in bacteriology and 
pathology; since 1905 has been professor of bacteriology 
and hygiene at Fordham University; and since 1904 has 
been bacteriologist in the Research liaboraioiy, in the De- 
partment of Health, of New York City. He is the author of 
Immune Sera; translator from German of: Serum Diagno- 
sis; Collected Studies on Immunity; and Suppression of 

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Tuberculosis. He is a member of New York State Medical 
Association, the King's County Medical Society and New 
York Pathological Society. 

BOLDT, HERMAN JOHANNES, Physician, Surgeon 
and Inventor of 39 East Sixty-first Street, New York City, 
was born June 24, 1856, in Berlin, Germany. In 1879 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of the City 
of New York. He is the inventor of various gynecological 
instruments. He has been president of the German Medical 
Society of New York, 

BOLTON, BENJAMIN MEADE, Physician and Bacter- 
iologist of 1523 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C., was 
born April 7, 1857, in Richmond, Va. In 1879 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Virginia. Since 
1897 he has been connected with the Bureau of Animal In- 
dustry as an expert in experimental therapeutics. 

BOND, CHARLES SUMNER, Physician and Public Of- 
ficial of 112 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Ind., was born 
in 1856 in Webster, Ind, In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is a teach- 
er in the Indiana Medical College; and is health officer of 
Richmond. 

BOND, HOLDSWORTH WHEELER, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Gynecologist of 508 North Grand Avenue, St. 
Louis, Mo., was born Sept. 29, 1867, in Port Republic, Md. 
In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from St. Louis Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons. He has been instructor ol 
anatomy at the Marion Sims College of Medicine. Since 1906 
he has been health commissioner. 

BOND, YOUNG HANCE, Physician of 916 North Tay- 
lor Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born July 18, 1846, in Cal- 
vert County, Md, In 1867 he received the degree of M,D. 
from the University of Maryland. He has been president of 
the Marion-Sims College of Medicine. He is president of 
the Overland Real Estate Company. 

BONDURANT, E. DU B., Physician and Educator of 166 
Conti Street, Mobile, Ala. In 1887 he received the degree 

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of M.D. from the University of Virginia. He is dean of the 
University of Alabama School of Medicine. 

BONNAR, JOHN DUNCAN, Physician, Lecturer and 
Author of 144 Jewitt Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born May 
7. 1852, in Canada. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of New York. He is the author of 
James Turnbull or Pioneer Life in Canada. 

BOOZE, WILLIAM S., Physician and Statesman of 
Hotel Rennert, Baltimore, Md., was born Jan. 9, 1862, in 
Baltimore, Md. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. In 
1897-99 he was a member of Congi'ess. He is president of 
the League of Republican Clubs of Maryland. 

BORDEN, WILLIAM CLINE, Army Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 3306 Tracy Place, Washington, D.C., was born May 
19, 1858, in Watertown, N.Y. In 1883 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Columbian University. He served in 
the Spanish- American War; and in 1901 became major and 
surgeon in the United States Army. He is the author of 
Use of the Roentgen Ray by the Medical Department of the 
United States in the War with Spain, and other works. 

BOSKWITZ, GEORGE W., Physician and Editor of 244 
West Seventy-third Street, New York City. In 1876 he 
graduated from the Eclectic Medical College. He is editor 
of the Eclectic Review. 

BOSSIDY, JOHN COLLINS, Ophthalmologist of 419 
Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was born June 17, 1860, in 
Monterey, Mass. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Georgetown University. He has been visiting physi- 
cian of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Boston Insane Hospital and 
Arlington Hospital. He is now visiting physician of Mount 
Sinai Hospital. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association and New England Ophthalmological Association 
BOSTICK, JOHN BENTON, Naval Surgeon of 1534-lst 
Street, San Diego, Cal., was born Aug. 5, 1875, in Indian 
Territory. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of San Francisco, Cal. 

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He is assistant professor of histology in the Medical De- 
partment of Baylor University. 

BOSTON, LEONARD NAPOLEON, Physician, Lecturer 
and Author of 1819 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was 
born March 18, 1871, in Town Hill, Pa. In 1896 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medico-Chirurgical College. 
He is the author of Textbook of Clinical Diagnosis of La- 
boratory Methods and other works. 

BOSWELL, CHARLES JAMES, Physician and Banker 
of Mounds, III, was born Oct. 10, 1876, in Mt. Pleasant, 111. 
In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the Humboldt 
Medical College. He is president of the First State Bank of 
Mounds ; and has been mayor of his city. 

BOSWORTH, FRANCKE HUNTINGTON, Physician, 
Educator and Author of 41 Park Avenue, New York City, 
was born Jan. 25, 1843, in Marietta, Ohio. In 1868 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from Bellevue Hospital. He is 
professor of diseases of the throat at Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He is the author of Handbook of Diseases 
of the Throat and Nose and other works. 

BOTTOMLEY, JOHN TAYLOR, Physician and Surgeon 
of 165 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 24, 
1869, in Lee, Mass. He attended schools of Lee ; in 1889 he 
received the degree of A.B. from Holy Cross College; in 
1894 the degree of M.D. from Harvard University and in 
1916 the degree of LL.D. from Holy Cross College. In 1898 
he was first surgeon to the Massachusetts Hospital Ship 
during the Spanish-American War. For five years he was 
visiting physician to the Boston City Hospital and was su- 
pervising surgeon to the Boston City Hospital Relief Station 
was assistant in surgery to the Harvard Univei'sity Medical 
School ; and since 1910 has been surgeon-in-chief to the Car- 
ney Hospital, at Boston, Mass. In 1908 he was appointed 
first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of the United 
States Army ; and since 1913 has been a lecturer on surgery 
in the Harvard Graduate School of Medicine. He is a mem- 
ber of the American Medical and American Surgical Asso- 

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ciations, the American Society of Clinical Surgery, Amer- 
ican College of Surgeons, New England Surgical and Boston 
Surgical Societies, Massachusetts Medical Society, the As- 
sociation of Military Surgeons of the United States and The 
National Institute of Social Sciences. He is also a nvember 
of the University, Union Boat and Harvard Clubs of Boston. 

BOURQUE, NORBERT O'DEON, Physician of 3832 
Rhodes Avenue, Chicago, 111. In 1903 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Paris, France. He is regis- 
trar of the Chicago Hospital College of Medicine. 

BOVAIRD, DAVID, Physician and Scientist of 137 East 
Sixtieth Street, New York City, was born Sept. 28, 1867, in 
Coulterville, Pa. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. He is visiting physician to the Seaside Hospital of 
St. John's Guild. 

BOWDITCH, HENRY PICKERING, Soldier, Physician 
and Educator of 416 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass., was 
born April 4, 1840, in Boston, Mass. In 1902 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Harvard University. He served in the 
Civil War and attained the rank of major. In 1876 he was 
professor of physiology at the Harvard Medical School. 

BOWDITCH, VINCENT YARDLEY, Physician of 506 
Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born July 7, 1852, in 
Weston, Mass. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He is president of the American Sana- 
torium Association. 

BOWEN, ASA B., Physician, Surgeon and Banker of 
Maquoketa, Iowa, was born April 12, 1842, in Eastford, 
Conn. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from Albany 
Medical College. He is president of the Farmers' Trust and 
Savings Bank. 

BOYD, TRUMAN OSBORNE, Physician and Surgeon of 
Twin Falls, Idaho, was born Sept. 26, 1869, in Coshocton, 
Ohio. He holds the certificate of the Examining Board. He 
is the owner of a private hospital. 

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BOYD, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Physician of 110 No. 
Main Street, Quincy, 111., was born July 12, 1874, in Ger- 
manton, N.C. He received the degrees of B.S. and M.D. from 
George Washington University; and in 1880 received the 
degree of M.D. from the Chicago Homoeopathic Medical 
College. In 1911-13 he was assistant superintendent of the 
Westport Sanitarium of Westport, Conn. He is first lieu- 
tenant in the Medical Reserve Corps, United States Army. 
He now practices his profession in Macon, limited to di- 
seases of the mind and of the nervous system. 

BRACKEN, HENRY MARTYN, Physician and Public 
Official of Capitol Building, St. Paul, Minn., was born Feb. 
27, 1854, in Noblestown, Pa. In 1877 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
New York City. Since 1897 he has been secretary and ex- 
ecutive officer of the Minnesota State Board of Health. He 
is the author of Infection and Disinfection. 

BRACKETT, ELLIOTT GRAY, Physician and Surgeon 
of 166 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., was born April 6, 
1860, in Newton, Mass. In 1886 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Harvard University. He is now surgeon to the 
orthopedic department of the Massachusetts General Hos- 
pital. 

BRADFORD, EDWARD HICKLING, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 133 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., 
was born in 1848 in Boston, Mass. In 1873 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Harvard University. Since 1872 he has 
been in the active practice of medicine in Boston, Mass. ; 
and is a member of the American Medical Association. He 
is the author of Treatise on Orthoepedic Surgery. 

BRADFORD, THOMAS LINDSLEY, Physician and Au- 
thor of 1862 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
June 6, 1847, in Francestown, N.H. In 1869 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He 
is the author of A Homoeopathic Bibliofcraphy of the Uni- 
ted States from 1825 to 1891 and other works. 

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BRADLEY, EDWARD R., Physician of 357 South Hill 
Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1865 in California. He 
received the degree of M.D. in 1889 from the Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College. He is consulting physician to the Los 
Angeles Orphans Home. 

BRAINERD, HENRY G., Physician and Dean of 609 
Exchange Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born May 23, 
1852, in Londonderry, N.H. In 1878 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is dean in the 
College of Medicine, the University of South California. 

BRAYTON, ALEMBERT W., Physician and Author of 
330 Newton Claypool Building, Indianapolis, Ind., was born 
March 3, 1848, in Avon, N.Y. In 1878 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Iowa Medical College. He is the author of 
Birds of Indiana ; Mammals of Ohio ; and Fishes of Southern 
Allegheny Region, with Twenty Species New to Science. 

BRAND, ADOLPH, Physician and Dermatologist of 
New York City, was born in 1878 in Hungary. He was edu- 
cated in New York University; and in 1904 received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Columbia University. He is attending urologist and derma- 
tologist to the West Side German Dispensary and Hospital ; 
chief of the Department of Dermatology of Bartholomew's 
Clinic; also attending dermatologist to the Southern Dis- 
pensary and Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases. 
He is a member of the American, New York State and 
County Medical Societies. 

BRAND, ELI T., Physician of Tower Grove Avenue, St. 
Louis, Mo. In 1908 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Washington University. He is secretary of the St. Louis 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

BRECHEMIN, LOUIS, Physician of 5305 Delmar Ave- 
nue, New York City. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is colonel in the 
Medical Department of the United States Army. 

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BREISACHER, LEO. Physician and Educator of 233 
Seminole Avenue, Detroit, Mich., was born in Detroit, Mich. 
He was educated at the University of Pennsylvani^i : and 
in 1892 received the de^'ee of M.D. from the University of 
Berlin. Germany. Since 1892 he practiced in Detroit; was 
clinical professor of Gastro-Enterology to the Detroit Col- 
lege of Medicine ; consulting physician to Harper Hospital ; 
and a member of the staff to Farrand and St. Mary's Train- 
ing Schools. For two years he was professor of physiology 
at the University of Pennsylvania, He is a member of the 
American Society of Physiologists, the American Medical 
Association, Michigan State and Wayne County Medical So- 
cieties, American Men of Science, the American Association 
for the Advancement of Science, American Society of Na- 
turalists and of the Detroit Board of Commerce. He is also 
* member of the Detroit and University Clubs. 

BREWER, CHARLES P., Physician and Editor of 509V2 
Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas. In 1902 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Fort Worth University. He is editor 
of the Texas Courier-Record of Medicine. 

BREWSTER, FLORA ALZORA, Journalist, Physician 
and Surgeon of 1221 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Mo., was 
born Feb. 26, 1852, in Alfred, N.Y. In 1900 she received the 
degree of M.D. from Omaha Medical College. She was the 
former physician in charge of the home for fallen women 
and of the Female House of Refuge of Baltimore. She is 
now proprietor and surgeon in charge of the sanitarium. 

BRIDGE, NORMAN, Physician, Educator and Author 
of Los Angeles, Cal., was born Dec. 30, 1844, in Windsor, 
Vt. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the North- 
western University of Chicago, 111. Since 1873 he has been 
a teacher in various chairs; and is now emeritus professor 
of medicine to the Rush Medical College. He has twice been 
president of the Chicago Board of Education. He is the au- 
thor of The Penalties of Taste and Other Essays; Lectures 
on Tuberculosis; and fifty papers on medical and cognate 
subjects in medical journals and books, 

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BRIDGES, JAMES ROBERT, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Kahoka, Mo., was born Oct. 19, 1863, in New Ha- 
ven, Mo. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Keokuk, Iowa. He is 
president of the Kahoka Savings Bank. 

BRIEN, AUGUSTUS A. E., Physician of 137 Myrtle St., 
Manchester, N.H., was born Oct. 10, 1859, at Simon of Bag- 
ot, Province of Quebec, Canada. He was educated at St. 
Hyacinthe College and at Jacques Cartier Normal at Mon- 
treal; and has received the degrees of M.D. and CM. For 
five years he was town physician of Pembroke and Allen- 
town, N.H. ; and is now general-president of the Association 
Canado-America, a mutual order of over sixteen thousand 
members. He is a member of the New Hampshire Board of 
License Commission of which he is the treasurer and clerk. 
He is also a member of various clubs and societies. 

BRIGGS, ALEX B., Physician of Ashaway, R.I. In 1872 
he received the degree of M.D. from Harvard University. 
He is president of the State Board of Health. 

BRIGGS, CHARLES S., Physician and Editor of 3021/2 
Fifth Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. In 1875 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Nashville. He is 
editor and publisher of the Nashville Journal of Medicine 
and Surgery. 

BRIGGS, FREDERIC MELANCTHON, Physician of 31 
Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born Nov. 23, 
1857, in Langwood, Mass. In 1883 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Harvard Uniyersity. He is secretary of Tufts 
College Medical School. 

BRIGGS, HENRY W., Physician of 1026 Jackson Street, 
Wilmington, Del. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Albany Medical College. He is president of the State 
Board of Medical Examiners. 

BRIGGS, LLOYD VERNON, Physician and Commission- 
er of 64 Beacon Street, Boston- Mass., was born Aug. 13, 
1863, in Boston, Mass, He attended the public schools and 
the Boston Latin School Chauncy Hall School, Tufts Med- 
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the de^i'ee of M.D. He has been president of the Boston 
Dispensary Medical Staff; vice-president of the Massachu- 
setts Society of Examining Physicians and treasurer to the 
Tyler Street Day Nurseiy. He is commissioner of the Alien 
Insane to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ; is a member 
of the State Board of Insanity and trustee to Sharon Sani- 
tariom. He is a member of the National Hospital Associ- 
ation ; served sir years in the First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 
and for five years was a member of the Old Colony Com- 
mission ; is also consulting physician to the Boston Childrens 
Aid Society. He is honorary member of the Missouri, Kan- 
sas and Georgia Historical Societies ; a member of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association, American Medico-Psychological 
Association, Massachusetts Medical Society, Boston Med- 
ical Library, and of the Medico-Psychological Society of 
France. He is also a member of St. Botolph, Boston City, 
Boston Press, National Arts, Old Colony and the Economic 
Clubs. He is trustee of the Pilgrims Society and vice-presi- 
dent of the Hancock Historical Society of New Hampshire. 
He is the author of several books on history and genealogy; 
also author of many bills passed by the Massachusetts Leg- 
islature of a Constructive Nature for the Regulation of In- 
sane Institutions. 

BRIGGS, WALDO, Physician, Surgeon, Founder and In- 
ventor of 2600 Gamble Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born 
July 2, 1854, in Bowling Green, Ky. In 1876 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Nashville. He has 
founded the St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
He devised the Briggs phimosis forceps and other useful 
surgical instruments. 

BRILL, ABRAHAM ARDENS, Physician, Psychiatric 
and Author of 55 Central Park West, New York City, was 
born in 1874 in Austria. In 1903 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is chief of clinic of psychiatry in the College 
University of New York City. He is the author of many 
papers on Psychiatry, Neurology, and Normal and Abnor- 
mal Psychiatry; and makes a specialty of nervous and of 
mental diseases. 

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BRINTON, LEWIS, Physician, Editor of 1923 Spruce 
Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. In 1883 he graduated from the 
Medical College of Philadelphia, Pa. He is editor of the 
American Journal of Gastro-Enterology. 

BRONSON, ADOLPH, Physician and Surgeon of San 
Francisco, Cal., was born Jan. 28, 1877, in Algona, Iowa. 
In 1895 he graduated from the Acme Business College at 
Seattle; and in 1904 received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicans and Surgeons of San Francisco. He is 
a registered Pharmist by examination in the State of Wash- 
ington. He is house physician at the City and County Hos- 
pital at San Francisco. He is a member of the King County 
Medical Society and the Washington State Medical Society. 

BROOKS, HENRY TURNER, Physician and Author of 
40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was bom Sept. 
18, 1861, in Baltimore, Md. In 1887 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. Since 1901 he 
has been professor of pathology in the New York Post- 
graduate School. He is the author of Manual of Clinical 
Microscopy and Chemistry. 

BROOKS, HERBERT T., Physician of 879 Madison Ave- 
nue, Memphis, Tenn. In 1906 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Nashville. He is dean of the 
University of Tennessee College of Medicine. 

BROOKS, JOHN GRANT, Physician and Surgeon of 
Paducah, Ky., was born Oct. 5, 1840, in Montgomery Coun- 
ty, Tenn. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. He has been president of the 
Kentucky State Medical Society. He is proprietor of Brooks 
Infirmary. 

BROOKS, M. J., Physician of New Canaan, Conn. He is 
proprietor of the Dr. Brooks' Sanatorium; and is physician 
in charge of the New Canaan Sanatorium for Tuberculosis. 

BROOKS, STEPHEN D., Physician and Surgeon of 206 
South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born Nov. 23, 
1853, in Salem, Mass. In 1882 he graduated from the Har- 
vard Medical School. He is senior surgeon in the United 
States Public Service. 

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BROOMELL, ISAAC NORMAN, Dentist and Author of 
302 North Fiftieth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 
25, 1858, in Chester County, Pa. He is the author of Anat- 
omy and Histology of the Mouth and Teeth; and Practical 
Dentistry and other works. 

BROPHY, TRUMAN WILLIAM, Physician and Dean of 
81 East Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 12, 
1848, in Will County, 111. In 1880 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Rush Medical College of Chicago. He is dean 
of the Chicago College of Dental Surgery. 

BROSE, LOUIS D., Physician and Anatomist of 501 
West First Street, Evansville, Ind., was born April 20, 1859, 
in Evansville, Ind. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been profes- 
sor of anatomy in the Evansville Medical College; and for 
many years was oculist and aurist in St. Mary's Hospital. 
He is a member of the American Medical Association; In- 
diana State Medical Society; and other scientific and med- 
ical researches. 

BROTHERS, SAMUEL F., Physician and Public Official 
of 96 Jersey Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Oct. 29, 
1864, in New York City. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the New York College of Pharmacy ; also the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
He was one of the founders of the Journal of American 
Medicine; and in 1898-1905 owned and edited the Medicine 
and Pharmaceutical Journal of New. York City. He was 
nominated for assembly from the Fourth Assembly Dis- 
trict, Manhattan, on the Good Government ticket, with the 
indorsement of the regular Republican organization and the 
Independent Labor Party. In 1906 he was appointed chief 
clerk of the Municipal Court of the City of New York. He 
is third vice-president of the Hearst Independence League 
of the twenty-second assembly district of Kings County. 

BROWER, WILLIAM, Physician and Banker of Spring 
City, Pa., was born Feb. 25, 1840, in Chester County, Pa. 
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Medical College. He is president of the National Bank of 
Spring City and other corporations. 

BROWN, ARTHUR M., Physician of 205 Alabama Pen- 
ny Savings Bank Building, Birmingham, Ala. In 1891 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He is president of the National Association of Colored 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

BROWN, CHARLES HENRY, Physician of Columbia 
Boulevard, Waterbury, Conn., was born Oct. 26, 1866, in 
Bridge water, N.Y.. He was educated at the West Winfield 
Academy, Cazenovia Seminary, of New York ; in 1890 grad- 
uated from the New York College of Pharmacy ; and in 1893 
received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Department 
of the University of the City of New York. He has been 
gynaecologist and radiographist to Waterbury Hospital. He 
is a member of the American Medical Association and other 
educational and scientific societies. 

BROWN, EDWARD JOSIAH, Physician and Surgeon of 
524 Syndicate Building, Minneapolis, Minn., was born Jan. 
14, 1851, in Burke, Vt. In 1879 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Dartmouth Medical School. In 1888 he was 
president of the Hennepin County Medical Society of Minn- 
esota. 

BROWN, FRANCIS HENRY, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 15 State Street, Boston, Mass., was born Aug. 8, 
1835, in Boston, Mass. In 1861 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Harvard University. He served in the Civil War 
as assistant surgeon. He is the founder of the Children's 
Hospital in Boston. He is the author of Harvard Univer- 
sity in the War of 1861-65 and other works. 

BROWN, GEORGE VAN INGEN, Surgeon and Author 
of 31 North State Street, Chicago, III, was born Jan. 15, 
1862, in St. Paul, Minn. In 1878 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of 
Chicago. He has been president of the Minnesota State 
Board of Dental Examiners. He is the author of The Sur- 
gery of Oral Diseases and Malformations. 

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BROWN, JOHN EDWIN, Physician and Ophthalmolo- 
gist of Dayton, Ohio, was born May 30, 1864, in Malta, Ohio 
He received the degrees of B.S. and M.A. from Ohio Wes- 
leyan University; and in 1887 the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Ohio; also studied at Vienna. He was 
assistant surgeon to the National Military Home at Day- 
ton, Ohio; since in practice at Columbus, Ohio. For six 
years he was ophthalmologist to Ohio Penitentiary; since 
1895 to the Ohio State School for Blind, and since 1900 to 
the Ohio Institution for Deaf. He has been professor at the 
Ohio Medical University; eight years professor of diseases 
of the nose and throat at Starling-Ohio Medical College; 
and since 1914 at Ohio State University College of Medicine. 
He is director of the Produce Exchange Bank. He has been 
a delegate to the International Ophthalmological Congress 
at Utrecht in 1889 and Naples in 1909. He is a member of 
various medical organizations and clubs. 

BROWN, JOSEPH ADDISON, Physician and Banker of 
Silex, Mo., was born Nov. 7, 1858, in Blountville, Tenn. In 
1889 he received he degree of M.D. from the Hospital Col- 
lege of Medicine. He is president of the Silex Savings Bank ; 
and has been mayor of his city. 

BROWN, JUSTUS MORRIS, Army Surgeon of Hacken- 
sack, N.J., was born Dec. 8, 1840, in Ohio. In 1862 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. During the Civil War he was assistant surgeon in 
the United States Army. In 1904 he was retired with the 
rank of brigadier-general. 

BROWN, LAWRASON, Physician of 104 Main Street, 
Saranac Lake, N.Y., was born Sept. 29, 1871, in Baltimore, 
Md. He is a graduate from Johns Hopkins University, and 
has received the degiees of A.B. and M.D. In 1900-01 he 
was assistant resident physician of the Adirondack Cottage 
Sanitarium; and in 1901-12 was resident physician. Since 
1912 he has been visiting physician to Adirondack Cottage 
Sanitarium and Reception Hospital. He is a member of the 
Association of American Pliypicians, American Sanatorium 

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Association, Bibliophile Society of Boston and other organ- 
izations. He is president of the Good Roads Association and 
is a member of the Grolier Club of New York. 

BROWN, ROBERT LUDINGTON, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 1352 Market Street, Extension, Parkersburg, W.Va. 
was born Aug. 19, 1854, in Kingwood, Va. In 1881 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege of Medicine. He has been captain and quartermaster 
in the regular army. 

BROWN, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS, Physician of Sioux 
Falls, S.D., was born June 25, 1848, in North Cove, N. Car. 
In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College, of Philadelphia. He has been president of 
the South Dakota State Medical Society; and was the first 
president of the Sioux Valley Medical Association. 

BROWN, SAMUEL HORTON, Physician, Dermatologist 
and Author of 1901 Mount Vernon Avenue, Philadelphia, 
Pa., was born Nov. 16, 1878, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1899 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania School of Medicine. He has been consulting derma- 
tologist in the Methodist Orphanage. He is the author of 
Eczema and Its Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment, 

BROWN, SANGER, Physician of 1604 South Wabash 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Feb. 16, 1852, in Canada. In 
1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hos- 
pital and Medical College. He is physician in charge of the 
Kenil worth Sanitorium. 

BROWNELL, EVERETT (MRNSEY, Physician and Ed- 
ucator of 137 West Sixty-ninth Street, New York City, N.Y. 
He was born June 1, 1878, in Clifton Park, N.Y. In 1900 he 
received the degree of A.B. from Union College; and in 1908 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physician and Sur- 
geons, of Columbia University. In 1900-04 he was master of 
Modern Languages at Hoosac School ; and travelled exten- 
sively in Europe. He is assistant in Medicine to Lincoln Hos- 
pital; and assistant attending physician to Bellevue Hospi- 
tal; and is first lieutenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of 

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the United States Army. He is a member of the Roosevelt 
Hospital Alumni Society; and the County and New York 
State Medical Societies. 

BROWNING, WILLIAM, Physician, Neurologist and 
Author of 54 Lefferts Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born on 
July 7, 1855, in New London County, Conn. In 1881 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Leipsic. 
Since 1901 he has been professor of diseases of the mind 
and nervous system at the Long Island College Hospital. 
He is the author of The Veins of the Brain and Its Envel- 
opes and other works. 

BRUMBAUBH, GAIUS MARCUS, Physician and Auth- 
or of 509 Massachusetts Avenue, Northwest, Washington, 
D.C., was born May 7, 1862, in Huntingdon County, Pa. In 
1885 he received the degi*ee of M.D. from the University of 
Howard. Since 1899 he has been a member of the third 
board of the United States Pension Examining Surgeons. 
He is the author of Genealogy of the Brumbach Families. 

BRUNDAGE, ALBERT HARRISON, Physician and Au- 
thor of Brooklyn, N.Y., was born March 3, 1862, in Candor, 
N.Y. He was educated at New York University Medical 
School, Long Island College and the University of Nash- 
ville. He was the founder and president of the Brooklyn 
Medical Society; and has been president of the Brooklyn 
College of Pharmacy. He is the author of A Manual of 
Toxicology; Practical Points in Physiology; Principal Facts 
Relating to Poisons; and of other medical works. He is a 
member of numerous medical and scientific organizations. 

BRUNS, HENRY DICKSON, Physician, Oculist and Au- 
thor of 211 Camp Street, New Orleans, La., was born in 
1859 in Charleston, S.C. In 1888 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Jefferson Medical College, of Philadelphia, Pa. 
He is surgeon-in-charge of the eye department of the Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. He is the author of several 
medical monographs and other works. 

BRUNS, ROBERT MARTIN, Physician of 1401 Park 
Avenue, Baltimore, Md., was born March 22, 1876, in New 

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Orleans, La. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Johns Hopkins University. He has been active in promoting 
state care for the insane. 

BRUSH, EDWARD N., Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of Towson, Baltim.ore, Md., was born ' April 23, 1852, in 
Glenwood, N.Y. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Buffalo. Since 1897 he has been 
associate editor of the American Journal of Insanity; and 
since 1891 he has been physician-in-chief and medical su- 
perintendent of the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital. 

BRUSH, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Soldier, Physician, 
Surgeon and Statesman of 462 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, 
was born Oct. 4, 1842, in Huntington, N.Y. In 1876 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Long Island Hospital. 
He served in the Civil War and attained the rank of captain. 
He has been a representative and a member of the State 
Senate. 

BRUSO, C. FRANK, Physician and Public Official of 
380 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born in 1866 in Buffalo, 
N.Y. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Buffalo. He is official medical examiner to the 
United States Civil Service Commission; and has been ma- 
jor and brigade surgeon in the United States Army. 

BRYAN, WORCESTER ALLEN, Surgeon, Educator and 
Author of Nashville, Tenn., was born Sept. 1, 1873, in Alex- 
andria, Tenn. In 1896 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from 
Vanderbilt University. Since 1911 he has been professor of 
surgery and clinical surgery in the Vanderbilt University. 
He is the author of Principles of Surgery and other works. 

BRYANT, FRANK AUGUSTUS, Physician and Educa- 
tor of 62 West Fortieth Street, New York City, was born 
Oct. 18, 1851, in North Jackson, Pa. In 1895 he received the 
degiee of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College 
of New Yovk City. Since 1888 he has conducted the Bryant 
School for Stammering. 

BRYANT, WILLIAM SOHLER, Physician of 19 West 
Fifty-fourth Street, New York City, was bom May 15, 1861, 

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in Boston, Mass. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He is now consulting otologist to 
the Manhattan State Hospital. ' 

BRYCE, CLARENCE A., Physician, Surgeon and Editor 
of 4 East Clay Street, Richmond, Va. In 1871 he 'received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia. He 
is editor and publisher of the Southern Clinic. 

BRYSON, CHARLES W., Physician and Dean of 401 
Delta Building, Los Angeles, Cal. In J882 he received the 
degree of M.D, from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Keokuk, Iowa. He is dean of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, Medical Department of the University of 
Southern Cafifornia. 

BUDD, J. D., Physician, Surgeon and Statesman of Two 
Harbors, Minn., was born May 5, 1848, in Lancaster, Wis. 
In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
College of Minnesota. He has been a member of the State 
Legislature ; and has been president of the Commercial Club 
and a member of other clubs and organizations. 

BUCK, ALBERT HENRY, Physician, Surgeon, Otolo- 
gist and Author of 855 Seventh Avenue, Hewlett, L.I., N.Y., 
was born Oct. 20, 1842, in New York City. In 1867 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. He is the author of Di- 
seases of the Ear and other works. 

BUCK, JIRAH DEWEY, Physician and Author of Fifth 
and Walnut Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Nov. 20, 
1838, in Fredonia, N.Y. In 1864 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Homeopathic Hospital College of Cleveland, 
Ohio. He has been president of the American Institute of 
Homoeopathy. He is the author of Study of Man and other 
works. 

BUDGE, DAY ID C, Physician of Logan, Utah. In 1900 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical Col- 
lege. He is president of the State Board of Medical Ex- 
aminers ; and a member of educational organizations. 

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BUECHELER, WILLIAM ADAM, Physician of 742 But- 
ternut Street, Syracuse, N.Y., was born Oct. 9, 1880, in 
Syracuse, N.Y. He was educated in the Syracuse High 
School and Syracuse University; and in 1906 received the 
degree of M.D. from Syracuse Medical College. He is at- 
tending physician to St. Mary's Infant and Maternity Hos- 
pital ; and assistant surgeon to the Hospital of the Good 
Shepherd. He is a member of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, Syracuse Academy of Medicine, Onondaga County 
and New York State Medical Societies. 

BUERGER, LEO, Physician, Educator and Author of 40 
East Forty-first Street, New York City, was born Sept. 13, 
1879, in Vienna. In 1897 he received the degree of A.B. 
from the College of the City of New York ; and in 1901 M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of New York. 
He is associate surgeon of pathology in Mt. Sinai Hospital; 
visiting surgeon to the Har Mohriah Hospital and Beth Da- 
vid Hospital, N.Y. ; and is instructor in clinical surgery at 
Columbia University, N.Y. For one year he was engaged in 
bacteriological studies for the Pneumonia Commission; and 
is the author of numerous papers on bacteriological, patho- 
logical and surgical topics. He is a member of the New York 
Pathological Society and other scientific organizations. 

BUHLIG, WALTER HERMAN, Physician of 5533 Union 
Avenue, Chicago, 111. In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Northwestern University. He is librarian of the 
Northwestern University Medical School. 

BULETTE, WILBUR WESTLY, Physician and Librar- 
ian of 207 Central Block, Pueblo, Colo. In 1888 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Pennsylvania University. He is 
librarian of the Pueblo County Medical Society. 

BULLARD, ERNEST LUTHER, Physician of Rockville, 
Md,, was born April 19, 1859, in Montgomery County, Va. 
In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Med- 
ical College of Chicago. Since 1910 he has been proprietor 
of the Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium for nervous and mental 
diseases. 

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BULI.ARD, FRANK DEARBORN, Physician and Au- 
thor of 112 West Ninth Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born 
Dec. 27, 1860, in Lincohi, Maine. In 1888 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Southern Cahfornia. 
He has been president of the Southern Cah!fornia Medical 
Association. He is the author of Cupid's Choice and various 
other works. 

BULLARD, WILLIAM N., Physician of 89 Marlboro 
Street, Boston, Mass. In 1880 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Harvard University. He is president of the 
American Neurological Association. 

BULLOCK, JOSEPH GASTON JSAILEY,. Physician, 
Genealogist and Author of Cheyenne, S.D., was born 1850. 
In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
College of South Carolina. He has filled numerous govern- 
ment medical positions. He is superintendent of the Indian 
School at Cheyenne Agency, S.D. He is the author of The 
Indian Question and other works. 

BULLOWA, JESSE G., Physician, Educator and Author 
of 62 West Eighty-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
Oct. 19, 1879, in New York City.. He was educated in the 
College of the City of New York and Columbia University ; 
and received the degrees of A.B. and M.D. He has been ad- 
mitting physician to Mount Sinai Hospital; assistant visit- 
ing physician to the Willard Parker Hospital and Riverside 
Sanatorium. He is adjunct professor of clinical m.edicine in 
the New York Polyclinic also a lecturer. He is a member of 
the American Medical Association and the New York Acad- 
emy of Medicine and is the author of Adrenalin in Asthma 
and Colloidal Protection in Milk. 

BULSON, ALBERT E., Physician and Editor of 219 
West Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College, of Chi- 
cago, 111. He is editor and publisher of the Journal State 
Medical Association. 

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BUNCE, ALLEN HAMILTON, Physician of Atlanta, 
Ga., was born Sept. 5, 1889, in Bulloch County, Ga. In 1908 
he received the degree of A.B. from the University of Geor- 
gia; and in 1911 the degree of M.D. from Atlanta School of 
Medicine. He is associate professor of pathology and phy- 
siology of the Atlanta School of Medicine, also pathologist 
to the College Hospital and Georgia Baptist Hospital. He is 
also physician to the Atlanta Anti-Tuberculosis Association 
and examining physician to Georgia State Tuberculosis San- 
itarium. He is the author of a Campus Verse and Outlines 
of Physiology. 

BUNDY, ZACHARY TAYLOR, Physician and Surgeon 
of Austin, Texas, was born Feb. 27,1849, in Olive Hill, Tenn. 
In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from St. Louis Col- 
lege of Homoeopathy. He has been president of Briggs 
Medical Society of Ellis County, Texas. He is now surgeon 
to the Texas State Confederate Home at Austin. 

BURCH, LUCIUS E., Physician of Eve Building, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Vanderbilt University. He is dean of the Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity Medical Department. 

BURDICK, ALFRED STEPHEN, Physician, Editor and 
Author of 4753 East Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, 111., was 
born Feb. 15, 1867, in De Ruyter, N.Y. In 1891 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Rush Medical College, of Chicago. 
Since 1904 he has been editor of the American Journal of 
Clinical Medicine. He is the author of a Standard Medical 
Manual. , 

BURKE, HAMPDEN AULICK, Physician and Surgeon 
of 343 West Washington Street, Petersburg, Va., was bom 
Dec. 17, 1885, in City Point, Va. In 1907 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia. He is 
president of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Surgeons. 

BURLEIGH, CHARLES, Physician, Genealogist and 
Author of 31 Centre Street, Waverley, Mass., was born on 
Feb. 26, 1855, in Lewiston, Maine. In 1891 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medl' al School of Maine. He is the 

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author of Burleigh Ingalls Guild Genealogies ; and a prolific 
contributor to historical and genealogical publications. 

BURNAP, WILLARD L., Physician and Surgeon of 
Fergus Falls, Minn., was born Jan. 28, 1874, in Dover, N.II. 
In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Med- 
ical College. He is the owner and also physician and surgeon 
to the Pelican Rapids Hospital and is health officer. 

BURNHAM, .J. FORREST, Physician and Librarian of 
99 Bradford Street, Lawrence, Mass. In 1901 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Harvard University. He is librar- 
ian of the Lawrence General Hospital. 

BIJRNSIDE, ELEANOR E. H., Physician and Founder 
of J 79 Dearborn Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born Aug. 22, 
1841, in North Brookfield, Mass. She studied medicine with 
Dr. Holman of Oxford, Mass.; and graduated in New YorV:. 
In 1867 she attended the Female Medical College of Bostoji; 
and began to practice in Morris, N.Y. She founded and has 
charge of the Woman's Hospital and Foundlings Home, of 
Detroit. She specializes in electrical work, using Bolle's 
system; also special attention to the treatment of Cancer. 

BURR, CHAUNCEY REA, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 130 Park Street, San Jose, Cal., was born on Oct. 16, 
1862, in Portland, Maine. In 1888 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Harvard University. In 1905 he was vice-consul 
of Spain. He has been president of the Portland Medical 
College. He is the author of The Worth of a Man. 

BURR, CHARLES WALTS, Physician and Educator of 
1918 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born on Nov. 16, 
1861, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1886 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1901 he 
has been professor of mental diseases in the University of 
Pennsylvania. 

BURR, COLONEL BELL, Physician of Flint, Mich., was 
born Nov. 3, 1856, in l-ansing, Mich. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons- 
He is medical director of the Oak Grove Hospital. 

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BURRAGE, THOMAS JAYNE, Physician and Internist 
of 139 Park Street, Portland, Maine, was born Nov. 15, 1875, 
in Portland, Me. He was educated in Portland; received 
the degrees of A.B. and A.M. in 1898-99 from Brown Uni- 
versity; in 1903 the degree of M.D. from Harvard Medical 
School; and for one year was an interne at Massachusetts 
General Hospital. He has been instructor in histology to 
the Medical School of Maine ; pathologist to the Maine Gen- 
eral Hospital ; and physician to the Portland Charitable Dis- 
pensary, Portland Tuberculosis Class and the Female Or- 
phan Asylum. He is professor of clinical medicine to Bow- 
doin Medical School. He is a member of the American Med- 
ical Association, Maine Medical Association ; the Deltn Kap- 
pa Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa Fraternities ; also a member 
of the Aesculapian Club of Boston. 

BURRAGE, WALTER LINCOLN, Physician and Gyne- 
cologist of 282 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
Oct. 21, 1860, in Boston, Mass. In 1888 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Harvard University. He has been gynae- 
cologist to out-patients and visiting gynaecologist to the 
Carney and Saint Elizabeth Hospitals. 

BURRETT, CLAUDE ADELBERT, Surgeon and Edu- 
cator of Columbus, Ohio, was born July 13, 1878, in Roches- 
ter, N.Y. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Cleveland Homoeopathic Medical College. In 1905-14 he 
was a member of the Faculty of the University of Michigan. 
Since 1914 he has been dean of the College of Homoeopathic 
Medicine of the Ohio State University, and professor of 
surgery. He is a member of the Phi Gamma Delta Frater 
nity, American Institute of Homoeopathy ; and in 1915 was 
president of the Surgical and Gynaecological Society. 

BURROUGHS, SAMUEL RAYMOND, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Banker of Buffalo, Texas, was born Oct. 3, 1842, 
in Tuskaloosa County, Ala. Since 1896 he has practiced 
medicine in Buffalo, Texas. In 1869 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Fort Worth School. He is president of the 
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ions other corporations. He served in the Confederate Army 
during the Civil War in the First Texas Regiment. He has 
been chairman of the Democratic District and Rtate Execu- 
tive Committees ; and has been president of the Texas State 
Board of Medical Examiners. 

BURROWS, FREDERICK N., Banker and Physician of 
Bathgate, N.D., was born in 1856 in Canada. In 1885 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Rochester Eclectic Med- 
ical College. He is president of the Citizens' National Bank. 

BURT, STEPHEN SMITH, Physician, Educator and Au- 
thor of 1515 Broadway Street, New York City, was born 
Nov. 1, 1850, in Oneida, N.Y. In 1875 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
New York City. He is professor of medicine and physical 
diagnosis at the New York Post-graduate Medical School. 
He is the author of Exploration of the Chest in Health and 
Disease and other works. 

BURTON, HIRAM RODNEY, Physician and Statesman 
of Lewes, Del., was born Nov. 13, 1841, in Lewes, Del. In 
1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Medicine. He is a member of Congress. 

BUSH, JOHN STANDISH FOSTER, Physician of 651 
Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was born June 4, 1850, in 
Burlington, Vt. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He is physician to the Children's 
Mission, and one of its directors. 

BUSHNELL, GEORGE ENSKJN, Army Surgeon of Ft. 
Bayard, N.M., was born in Massachusetts. In 1880 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical Department of 
Yale University. He served in the Spanish-American War. 
Since 1898 he has been major and surgeon in the United 
States Army. 

BUTLER, GEORGE FRANK, Physician and Autlior of 
31 North State Street, Chicago, III., was horn on INTarch 15, 
1857, in Moravia, N.Y. In 1889 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Rush Medical College. lie i;^ the author of A 
Textbook of Materia Medica and other works, 

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BUTLER, GLENTWORTH REEVE, Physician and Au- 
thor of 226 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Dec. 
31, 1855, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1880 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital, of 
Brooklyn, N.Y. He is the author of Emergency Notes and 
other works. 

BUTLER, WILLIAM J., Physician of 7 West Madison 
Street, Chicago, 111. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. He is dean of the Chicago 
College of Medicine and Surgery, Medical Department of the 
Valparaiso University. 

BUTLER, WILLIAM MORRIS, Neurologist and Author 
of 507 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was bom March 26, 
1850, in Maine, N.Y. He received the degrees of A.B. and 
A.M. from Hamilton College ; and in 1873 the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. Since 1883 he has been a specialist in nervous and 
mental diseases at Brooklyn; and in 1874-83 was first as- 
sistant physician to the Middletown State Homoeopathic 
Hospital; since 1890 has been consulting alienist to the fcame 
hospital. Since 1904 he has been professor of mental di- 
seases to the New York Homoeopathic College and Flower 
Hospital ; and is consulting neurologist to the Memorial Hos 
pital and Infants' Hospital. He is the autlior of Mental Di- 
seases and Their Homoeopathic Treatment, tlome Care for 
the Insane and other works. 

BYFORD, HENRY TURMAN, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was 
born Nov. 12, 1853, in Evansville, Ind. In 1873 he received 
the degree of M.D. the Northwestern Medical College of 
Chicago. He is professor of gynaecology in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago. He is the author of 
Manual of Gynaecology and other works. 

BYNUM, JOHN, Physician of Winston-Salem, N.C. In 
1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical De- 
partment of Yale University. He is president of the Board 
of Medical Examiners of The State of North Cai^olina. 

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BYRNE, JOHN, Physician and Surgeon of 224 Sixth 
Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Oct. 13, 1825, in Ireland. 
In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the Long Island 
College Hospital. He has made a specialty of cancers; and 
has operated before large audiences of leading surgeons. 

CABOT, HUGH, Physician of 1 Marlboro Street, Boston, 
Mass. In 1892 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from Harvaid 
University. He is president ofl;he American Association of 
Genito-Urinary Surgeons. 

CABOT, RICHARD CLARKE, Physician, Educator and 
Lecturer of 89 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
May 21, 1868, in Brookline, Mass. In 1892 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Harvard University. Since 1912 he has 
been chief of the medical staff of Massachusetts General 
Hospital; and since 1908 has been assistant professor of 
Harvard Medical School. He is a lecturer of philosophy at 
Professor Josiah Royce's Harvard Seminary; and is consult- 
ing physician to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 
and the North Eastern Hospital. He has been director of 
the Boston Children's Aid Society; and a member of I'o 
Association of American Physicians and of other organiza- 
tions. He is the author of Clinical Examination of the Blood 
Case Histories in Medicine and other works. 

CADWALLADER, ISAAC H., Physician of St. Louis, 
Mo. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush 
Medical College of Chicago. He is physician-in-charge of 
the Missouri Baptist Sanitarium. 

CADWALLADER, J. C, Banker and Physician of 4320 
Main Avenue, Norwood, Ohio, was born June 21, 1866, in 
Morrow, Ohio. In 1907 he received the degree of M.D. fiom 
the University of Cincinnati. He is staff physician to the 
Bethseda Hospital. He is vice-president of the Nor\^'ood 
National Bank and other corporations. 

CAILLE, AUGUSTUS, Physician and Author of 753 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born April 1, 1854, in 
Madison, Ind. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He was a delegate 

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to the International Medical Congress at Berlin, Germany. 
He is the author of Diagnosis and Ti'eatment of Disease. 

CAINE, ARTHUR TUBAL, Physician of Anoka, Minn. 
He was born May 24, 1875, in St. Paul, Minn. He was edu- 
cated at Stillwater High School; the University of Minn- 
esota receiving the degree of M.D. in 1899. In 1898-99 he 
was house physician to the City and County Hospital of St. 
Paul, Minn.; for five years was coroner and health officer 
of Anoka City and County ; and for five years was a mem- 
ber of the First Regiment, Minnesota National Guard. He 
is surgeon to the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and 
M. A. and C. R. Railways ; is also president of the Pension 
Examjining Board of the United States. He is a member of 
the American Medical Association ; the Commerce and Auto 
Clubs and various other clubs and societies. 

CALDWELL, EUGENE WILSON, Physician, Inventor 
and Author of 480 Park Avenue, New York City, was bom 
in 1870 in Savannah, Mo. In 1905 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege. He is the inventor of many appliances used with Ro- 
entgen Rays. He is pait author of The Roentgen Rays in 
Therapeutics and Diagnosis. 

CALLAWAY, JOHN R., Physician and Surgeon of Mes- 
calero, N.M. He has been in the practice of medicine for 
many years. He is a prominent physician of Mescalero,, and 
has filled numerous positions of trust and honor. 

CALVERT, WILLIAM JEPHTHA, Physician and Path- 
ologist of Dallas, Texas, was born Oct. 7,1871, in Lexington, 
Ky. In 1893 he received the degree of A.B. from Kentucky 
University; and in 1898 the degree of M.D. from Johns Hop- 
kins University. For three years he was first lieutenant 
and assistant surgeon in the United States Army ; has been 
professor of pathology at Washington University ; professor 
of medicine at Baylor University; and since 1913 professor 
of clinical medicine at Bayloi- University Medical School. In 
1899-1901 he was a member of the Board of Health of Man- 
ila, P.I., and in 1915 at Dallas, Texas. He is a contributor 
of numerous articles to medical journals. 

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CAMAC, CHARLES NICOLL B., Physician of 128 East 
Sixtieth Street, New York City, was born Aug. 6, 1868, in 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania; and took post-grad- 
uate work at Johns Hopkins University. He has been pro- 
fessor of clinical medicine at Cornell University Medical 
College, and is now assistant professor of clinical medicine 
at Columbia University, the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. He is a contributor to various medical journals. He 
is a member of the American, State and County Medical As- 
sociations, Philadelphia Academy of National Sciences and 
other medical and scientific organizations. 

CAMFIELD, BRADFORD A., Physician and Dean of 140 
North State Street, Chicago, 111. In 1894 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College, of Chicago. He 
is dean of the Chicago College of Ophthalmology and Otol- 
ogy ; and a member of various organizations. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD MURRAY, Physician and 
Banker of South First Avenue, Mount Vernon, N.Y., wa;'. 
bom Oct. 27, 1843, in Wiltshire, England. In 1878 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. He is consulting physician to the New York 
Infant Asylum; Home for Incurables and Mount Vernon 
Hospital ; and is president of the Mount Vernon Trust Cofa- 
pany. He is a member of the American and Mount Vernon 
Medical Society, the Academy of Medicine, the Socic-ty of 
Medical Jurisprudence and other organizations. 

CAMPBELL, ARTHUR JOSEPH, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Middletown, Conn., was born March 25, 1856, on the 
Isle of Wight, England. In 1885 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of Balti- 
more. He has been pension examiner for his county; and 
medical examiner for the Aetna, Northwestern and other 
life insurance companies. He is post-surgeon for the State 
Militia. 

CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH, Physician of 3550 Reading 
Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Feb. 3, 1862, in Ripley, 
Ohio. She is president of the Visiting Nurses' Association. 



AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

CAMPBELL, JAMES ALEXANDER, Physician, Oculist 
and Author of 207 Mermod-Jaccard Building, St. Louis, Mo., 
was born Jan. 12, 1847, in Platteville, Wis. In 1869 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Homoeopathic College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. For thirty-five years he was 
professor of ophthalmology and otology in the Home Med- 
ical College of Missouri. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN D., Physician and Statesman of Pi- 
oche, Nev., was born July 9, 1853, in Hartland, Mich. In 
1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Michigan. For many years he has been a member of the 
Republican State Central Committee. In 1905-09 he was a 
member of the State Senate. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 394 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Nov. 
7, 1865, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1892 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Long Island College Hospital. He has been pres- 
ident of the Kings County Medical Society; and president 
of the Medical Society of the State of New York. He is 
surgeon in the second brigade New York National Guard 
with the rank of major. He is surgeon-in-chief to Trinity 
Hospital, and consulting surgeon to the Jamaica Hospital 
and other hospitals. He is the author of Surgical Anatomy 
and other works. 

CANED Y, FRANCIS JOEL, Physician and Capitalist of 
Shelburne Falls, Mass., was born July 9, 1846, in Heath, 
Mass. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. from Michi- 
gan University. He is president of the Masseanit Yarn 
Mills. 

CANNON, WALTER B., Physician of Boston, Mass. In 
1900 he received the degree of M.D. from Harvard Medical 
School. He is president of the American Physiological So- 
ciety and a member of other organizations. 

CAPLES, BYRON M., Physician of Waukesha, Wis., was 
educated at Willamette University and in 1889 received the 
degree of M.D. He is superintendent of the Waukesha 
Springs Sanitarium. 

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CAREY, DANIEL GRAHAM, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of Elmira, N.Y., was born Nov. 22, 1842, in Middle- 
town, N.Y. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Pennsylvania. In 1883 he established the 
Waverly Farmer. He is the author of Doctor Carey's Guide 
to Health. 

CARMALT, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician of 261 St. 
Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn., was born Aug. 3, 1836, in 
Friendsville, Pa. In 1861 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. He is professor emeritus of surgery in Yale Univer- 
sity ; and is a membei' of medical organizations. 

CARMAN, ALBRO R., Physician of 27 West One-hun- 
di^ed and Twenty-seventh Street, New York City, N. Y. 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical Department of the 
University of the City of New York. He is a member of the 
Harlem Medical and New York County Medical Societies, 
the Academy of Medicine, the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. West Side Physicians and Physi- 
cians Mutual Aid Associations, the Harlem Board of Com- 
Imerce, the Society of Medical Jurisprudence, the Medical 
Association of Greater New York, the American Congress 
of Internal Medicine and the American Medical Associate -^n. 
He is a fellow of The Am,erican College of Physicians, the 
American Medical Association and Manhattan Medical As- 
sociation. 

CARMICHAEL, THOMAS HARRISON, Physician and 
Educator of 7127 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born Jan. 27, 1858, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1886 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege. In 1897-1908 he lectured on pharmaceutics ; in 1908-13 
was professor of pharmacodynamics; and since 1913 has 
been associate professor of materia medica in the Hahne- 
mann Medical College. He has been president of the Amer- 
ican Institute of Homoeopathy. 

CARPENTER, GEORGE CLIFTON, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 1629 South Second Street, Lowell, Mass., was 

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born Nov. 24, 1843, in Northfield, Vt. In 1911 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the State College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Indiana. He has been postmaster. He is now 
engaged in writing a work on Medical Reform Subjects. 

CARPENTER, JAMES GIVEN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of Stanford, Ky., was born Aug. 24, 1854, in Huston- 
ville, Ky. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
New York University. He is president of the Southeastern 
Kentucky Medical Society; and has been United States ex- 
amining surgeon for pensions. He is the author of The Ideal 
Doctor and other works. 

CARPENTER, JULIA WILTBERGER, Physician and 
President of 2636 Park Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born 
in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1870 she received the degree of M.D. 
She has twice been vice-president of the Cincinnati Acad- 
emy of Science; and has been president of the Cincinnati 
Obstetrical Society. 

CARR, CEYLON S., Physician and Editor of 984 Oak 
Street, Columbus, Ohio. In 1877 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Chicago Homoeopathic Medical College. He 
is editor of the Columbus Medical Journal. 

CARR, E. ARTHUR, Physician and Public Official of 
141 South Twelfth Street, Lincoln, Neb. In 1897 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College 
and Hospital. He is president of the State Board of Health. 

CARR, WALTER LESTER, Physician and Author of 
68 West Fifty-first Street, New York City. In 1882 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the New York Medical Uni- 
versity. He is consulting physician to the New York Eye 
and Ear Infirmary. He is the author of Practice of Pedia- 
trics and other works. 

CARR, WILLIAM P., Physician of 1418 L Street. North- 
west, Washington, D.C. In 1888 he received the degree of 
M.D, from the Medical Depai'tment of the Columbian Uni- 
versity. He is president of the Medical Society of Northern 
Virginia and the District of Columbia. 

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CARROLL, JOHN VALENTINE, Physician and Banker 
of Fort Benton, Mont., was born Feb. 14, 1854, in New York 
City. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from New 
York University. He is president of the Northwestern Live 
Stock Company ; and president of the First Mortgage Loan 
Company at Great Falls, Mont. 

CARSON, GEORGE R., Physician of Flood Building, 
San Francisco, Cal. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Cooper Medical College. He is president of the Pa- 
cific Association of Railway Surgeons. 

CARSTENS, J. HENRY, Surgeon and Obstetrician of 
620 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich., was born June 9, 
1848, in Germany. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Detroit Medical College. He has been president of 
the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecolo- 
gists and is a memlper of other organizations. 

CARTER, HERBERT SWIFT, Physician and Author of 
66 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Sept. 
19, 1869, in Orange, N.J. He has received the degrees of 
B.A., M.A. and M.D., and took post-graduate work in Ber- 
lin. For one year he was assistant in pathology in Cornell 
Medical School ; and since 1908 has been associate in clinical 
medicine in Columbia University ; and is associate attending 
physician to the Presbyterian Hospital. He is a member of 
the American Medical Association and the New York Acad- 
emy of Medicine. He is the author of Diet Lists of the 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

CARTER, JAMES MADISON GORE, Soldier, Physician 
and Author of 1309 North Hobart Boulevard, Los Angeles, 
Cal., was born April 15, 1843, in Johnson County, 111. In 
1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern 
University Medical School. He served in the Civil War. He 
is the author of Outlines of Medical Botany of the United 
States and other works. 

CARTER, WILLIAM S., Physician and Dean of 1427 
First Street, Galveston, Texas. In 1890 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
dean of the University of Texas, Department of Medicine. 

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CARY, CHARLES, Physician of 340 Delaware Avenue, 
Buffalo, N.Y., was born in 1852 in Buffalo, N.Y. In 1875 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. 
He is emeritus professor of chemical medicine in the Uni- 
versity of Buffalo. He is attending physician to the Buffa- 
lo General Hospital ; and president of the Buffalo Cremation 
Company. 

CARY, EDWARD H., Physician and Dean of 11 South- 
western Life Building, Dallas, Texas. In 1898 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege. He is dean of the Baylor University College of Med- 
icine, at Dallas. 

CASSELBERRY, WILLIAM EVANS, Physician and 
Laryngologist of 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., 
was born Sept. 6, 1858, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1879 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. Since 1883 he has been engaged in the practice of 
his profession in Chicago ; and since 1894 has been professor 
of laryngology in Northwestern University Medical School. 
He has been president of the American Laryngological As- 
sociation; president of the Chicago Laryngological Associ- 
ation ; and is a member of the National Tuberculosis Asso- 
ciation and other organizations. 

CASTLE, CHARLES H., Physician and Editor of Read- 
ing Road and Huchins Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1885 he 
received the degree of M.D. from Miami Medical College. He 
is editor of the Lancet Clinic. 

CASTLE, CURTIS HARVEY, Educator, Physician and 
Statesman of Merced, Cal., was born Oct. 4, 1848, in Knox 
County, 111. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Keokuk, Iowa. In 
1897-99 he was a member of Congress. 

CATHELL, DANIEL WEBSTER, Physician and Author 
of 1636 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md., was born 
Nov. 29, 1839, in Worcester County, Md. In 1865 he receiv- 
ed the degree of M.D. from the Long Island College Hospi- 
tal. He is the author of The Book on the Physician Himself, 
and Things that Concern Reputation and Success. 

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CATTELL, HENRY WARE, Physician, Editor and Au- 
thor of 3709 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Oct. 
7, 1862, in Harrisburg, Pa. In 1895 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1894-97 
he was editor of the International Medical Magazine. He 
now edits Medical Notes and Queries. He is the author of 
Post-Mortem Pathology. 

CAVERLY, CHARLES S., Physician, Surgeon and Edu- 
cator of 9 Court Street, Rutland, Vt., was born Sept. 30, 
1856, in New Hampshire. In 1881 he received the degree «.f 
M.D. from Dartmouth Medical College. Since 1891 he has 
been president of the Vermont State Board of Health ; and 
since 1902 has been professor of hygiene in the College of 
Medicine. He is the author of various medical and historical 
papers. 

CHACE, ARCHIBALD EASTWOOD, Physician Surgeon 
and Author of 76 Broadway, Tarrytown, N.Y., was born 
May 11, 1883, in Detroit, Mich. He received the degrees of 
A.B. and M.D. from Cornell University. He was formerly 
instructor of Materia Medica at Cornell University Medical 
College; and is now attending surgeon of Tarrytown Hos- 
pital. He is a member of the County, State and American 
Medical Associations, and the Medical Jurisprudence. He is 
the author of the Method of Detecting Tubercle Vacilli in 
Spinal Fluid and other works. 

CHADDOCK, CHARLES GILBERT, Physician, Neurol- 
ogist and Author of 3705 Delmar Building, St. Louis, Mo., 
was born Nov. 14, 1861, in Jonesville, Mich. In 1885 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Michigan School of Ho- 
moeopathy and Surgery. He is professor of diseases of the 
nervous system in the Medical Department of the St.^Louis 
University. He is the author of Outline of Psychiatry and 
other works. 

CHALMERS, THOMAS C, Physician and Surgeon of 88 
Continental Avenue, Forest Hills Gardens, N.Y., was born 
Jan. 3, 1868, in New York City. In 1897 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. 

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In 1898-1903 he was major-surgeon in the United States 
Volunteers. He is attending physician and president of the 
Medical Board of the Queensboro Contageous Hospital, De- 
partment of Health. 

CHAMBERLIN, JEHIEL WESTON, Physician, Oculist 
and Aurist of 734 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minn., was born 
Oct. 28, 1857, in Rock Falls, Wis. In 1882 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is chief 
ophthalmic surgeon to various railroad companies and hos- 
pitals. He is a member of the leading patriotic, medical and 
scientific associations of America. 

CHAMBERS, PORTER F., Physician and Gynaecologist 
of 49 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
in Russell County, Ala. In 1876 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New 
York City. He is professor of clinical gynecology in the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

CHANCELLOR, EUSTI ATHIUS, Physician and Author 
of 308 North Sixth Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born Aug. 29, 
1854, in Chancellorville, Va. He attended public schools; in 
1876 received the degree of M.D. from the University of Vir- 
ginia; and in 1877 from the University of Maryland. In 
1878 he was assistant resident physician in the University 
Hospital of Maryland. He is the author of Researches Upon 
Treatment of Delirium Tremens; and the following publi- 
cations contain a brief review respecting the lineage, colle- 
giate, social and professional qualifications of Dr. Chancellor 
which are as follows : The St. Louis Republic, The Western 
Insurance Review. The Royal Arcanum Journal, The Sunday 
Mirror, The Jeffersonian Republican, The Industrial and 
Home Monthly, The National Traveler, The City of St. Lou- 
is and its Resources, Eminent American Physicians and Sur- 
geons, National Encyclopedia of American Biography and 
the Royal Arcanum Guide. 

CHANDLER, W. T., Physician and Poet of Campbells- 
ville, Ky., was born Dec. 12, 1852, in Campbellsville, Ky. In 
1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the Louisville 

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Medical College. He is the author of Rustic Rhymes, a vol- 
ume of poems and other works. 

CHANDLER, WILLIAM JESSUP, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 123 Milligan Place, South Orange^ New Jersey. 
He was born July 11, 1842, in Montrose, Pa. In 1868 he re- 
received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. He has been president of 
Essex County Medical Society; president of the Society of 
the Alumni at Bellevue Hospital; and was secretary to the 
Medical Society of New York and is now president of that 
society. He is consulting surgeon of the Orange Memorial 
Hospital; and is chairman of the Committee of Publication 
of The Journal of The Medical Society of New Jersey. He 
is also deacon and elder of the Trinity Presbyterian Church 
of South Orange) N.J. ; and is a fellow of the Medical So- 
ciety of New Jersey and a member of other societies. 

CHAPIN, CHARLES VALUE, Physician and Author of 
the City Hall, Providence, R.L, was born in 1856 in Rhode 
Island. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Medical College, of New York City. He is superin- 
tendent of the Health of Providence. He is the author of 
Municipal Sanitation in the United States and Sources and 
Modes of Infection. 

CHAPIN, HENRY DWIGHT, Physician and Author of 
51 West Fifty-first Street, New York City, was born Feb, 4, 
1857, in Steubenville, Ohio. In 1881 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
New York City. He is the author of Theory and Practice of 
Infant Feeding and other works. 

CHAPIN, JOHN BASSETT, Physician and Author of 
244 Main Street, Canandaigua, N.Y., was born Dec. 4, 1829, 
in New York City. In 1853 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Williams College. He was president of the Physicians 
New York Hospital. He is now retired from business. He 
is the author of Compendium of Insanity, for Physicians 
and Students. 

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CHAPMAN, HARVEY SPRAGUE, Physician, Surgeon 
and Banker of Masonic Temple, Pontiac, Mich., was bom 
April 16, 1863, in New Baltimore, Mich. In 1885 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan, of Ann 
Arbor. He is president of the American Savings Bank. 

CHARLES, EMILY C, Physician and Dean of 51 West 
Fifty-first Street, New York City. In 1894 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the New York Medical College and 
Hospital for Women. He is dean of the New York Medical 
College for Women. 

CHASE, IRA CARLETON, Physician and Dean of 303 
Western National Bank Building, Fort Worth, Texas. In 
1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hos- 
pital and Medical College. He is dean of the Fort Worth 
School of Medicine, Medical Department of Texas Christian 
University. 

CHASE, JOHN, Physician and Ophthalmologist of 412 
Majestic Building, Denver, Col., was born Dec. 10, 1856, in 
Ann Arbor, Mich. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. He is a successful phy- 
sician; and a member of the County, State and National 
Medical Societies. He has been professor of ophthalmology 
in the State University; and state president of the Sons of 
the American Revolution. Since 1909 he has been adjutant 
general of Colorado. 

CHASE, ROBERT HOWLAND, Physician, Alienist and 
Author of the Asylum Park, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Jan. 30, 1845, in Salem, Mass. In 1869 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 
1893 he has been medical superintendent of the Friends 
Asylum for the Insane in Philadelphia. He is the author of 
General Paresis and other works. 

CHASSAIGNAC, CHARLES LOUIS, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Editor of 211 Camp Street, New Orleans, La., was 
born Jan. 25, 1862, in New Orleans, La. In 1883 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Tulane University of Louisiana. 
He has been president of the Orleans Parish Medical Society 

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for three years ; was president of the Louisiana State Med- 
ical Society ; and is now professor of genito urinary and rec- 
tal diseases in the New Orleans Polyclinic, as well a presi- 
dent of the institution. He is president of the New Orleans 
Sanitarium; and editor of the New Orleans Medical and 
Surgical Journal. 

CHEESMAN, TIMOTHY MATLACK, Physician of Gar- 
rison-on-Hudson, New York, was born Jan. 29, 1853, in New 
York City. In 1859 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He 
is a director of the New York County National Bank. 

CHEEVER, DAVID WILLIAMS, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 20 Hereford Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
Nov. 30, 1831, in Portsmouth, N.H. In 1901 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Harvard University. He has contri- 
buted extensively to medical journals; and has edited three 
volumes of the Medical and Surgical Reports of the Boston 
City Journal. 

CHETWOOD, CHARLES HOWARD, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 25 Park Avenue, New York City, was 
born Oct. 1, 1866, in Elizabeth, N.J. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital and Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of Compend of Genito-Urinary Di- 
seases and other medical works. 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM HENRY, Soldier and Physician 
of Omaha, Neb., was born March 31, 1844, in Bergen Coun- 
ty, N.J. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Omaha Medical College. Tie served in the Civil War. Since 
1890 he has filled the chair of materia medica and principles 
of therapeutics in the Omaha Medical College of Nebraska. 

CHURCH, ARCHIBALD, Physician and Educator of 
the Pullman Building, Chicago, 111., was born in 1861 in 
Fond du Lac, Wis. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Illinois. He is professor of nervous 
and mental diseases and medical jurisprudence in the North 
western University Medical School. lie is the author ox 
Textbook on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 

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CHURCH, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Physician Surgeon 
and Author of 118 Cajon Street, Redlands, Cal., was born in 
1858 in Texas. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore, Md. 
He now confines his practice to the eye and ear. He has 
been president of the Austin and Terrell Medical Societies 
of Texas ; and president of the Academy of Medicine of Los 
Angeles. He is the author of several papers on medical sub- 
jects and other works. 

CHURCHILL, FRANK S., Physician and Editor of 1259 
North State Street, Chicago, 111. In 1890 he received the 
degi'ee of M.D. from Harvard University. He is editor of 
the American Journal of Diseases of Children. 

CILLEY, ARTHUR HUTCHINS, Physician and Surgeon 
of 126 East Thirty fourth Street, New York City, was born 
in 1870 in New York City. In 1896 he graduated from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons and received the de- 
grees of A.B. and M.D. He is visiting orthopedic surgeon 
to the Sea View Hospital and assistant surgeon to the Hos- 
pital for Ruptured and Crippled. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, the Academy of Medicine 
and other organizations. He is also a member of the Mili- 
tary Order of the Loyal Legion and the Union League Club. 

CLAIBORNE, JOHN HERBERT, Surgeon, Artist and 
Author of 11 East Forty-eighth Street, New York City, was 
born June 29, 1861, in Louisburg, N.H. In 1883 he received 
the degree of M.D. He served in the Spanish- American War. 
He is the author of Theory and Practice of the Ophthalmo- 
scope and other works. 

CLAPP, EBEN PRATT, Physician and Public Official 
of 1420 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, 111., was born March 10, 
1859, in Rome, 111. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital. He has 
been health commissioner of the City of Evanston. 

CLAPP, ELMER FREDERICK, Physician and Surgeon 
of Iowa City, Iowa, was born April 10, 1843, in St. Lawrence 
County, N.Y. In 1870 he rec^.ved the degree of M.D. from 

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the Bellevue Medical College and Hospital. He served in 
the Civil War for five years, 

CLAPP, HERBERT CODMAN, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 419 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
Jan. 31, 1846, in Boston, Mass. In 1867 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Harvard College. Since 1885 he has 
been professor in the Boston University School of Medicine. 
He is the author of Is Consumption Contagious. 

CLARK, ARTHUR WELLINGTON, Physician, Surgeon 
ar^i Genealogist of Jackson Building, Lawrence, Kan., was 
born Dec. 7, 1859, in Lawrence, Mass. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Harvard University. He has been 
professor of obstetrics and gynaecology in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Boston. He is the author of a 
Genealogy of the Houghton Family. 

CLARK, FRED H., Physician and Editor of El Reno, 
Okla. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity Medical College. He is editor and publisher of the 
Southwest Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

CLARK, GEORGE HARDY, Physician and Author of 
304 East Fourth Street, Waterloo, Iowa, was born May 13, 
1860, in Utica, 111. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, of Chi 
cago. Since 1900 he has been attending physician to the 
Presbyterian Hospital of Waterloo. He is the author of The 
ABC Manual of Materia Medica. 

CLARK, JOHN EDWARD, Physician, Surgeon and Ed- 
ucator of 608 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Mich., was born 
Jan. 13, 1850, in Suffolk, England. In 1877 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan, Ann Ar- 
bor. He has been professor of chemistry and physics in the 
Detroit College of Medicine. He is surgeon-general of the 
Michigan National Guard. 

CLARK, JOHN GOODRICH, Gynecologist of 2017 Wal- 
nut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born on June 4, 1867, in 
Wayne County, Ind. He was educated at Earlham College 
and the Ohio Wesleyan University ; and received the degree 

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of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been 
associate in gynecology at Johns Hopkins University; and 
since 1899 has been professor of gynecology in the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the College of 
Physicians of Philadelphia; chairman of the Board of Pub- 
lic Instruction ; and is a contributor to medical journals. 

CLARK, JOSEPH NELSON, Physician, Druggist and 
Banker of Harrisburg, Pa., was born Nov. 12, 1839, in Har- 
risburg, Pa. In 1867 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Georgetown University. He served as sergeant-major in 
the Pennsylvania reserves during the Civil War; and in 
1865-68 was in the adjutant-general's office in the War De- 
partment. He has been president of the Cottage Hill Col- 
lege of York, Pa. ; and since 1873 has practiced medicine in 
Harrisburg. He is president of the Peoples Savings Bank 
of Harrisburg. Since 1889 he has been a wholesale and re- 
tail druggist ; and is the owner of the McNeil Medicine Com- 
pany and of a drug store in Scranton. 

CLARKE, FRANK H., Physician and Neurologist of 146 
Mai-ket Street, Lexington, Ky., was born Dec. 27, 1853, in 
New Orleans, La. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of Evansville. He is medical su- 
perintendent and consulting neurologist of the Eastern 
Kentucky State Hospital for the Insane; and of the Good 
Samaritan Hospital. 

CLARKSON, HENRY MAZYCK, Physician and Author 
of Haymarket, Va., was born Nov. 6, 1835, in Charleston, 
S.C. In 1859 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. He is vice-president of the Med- 
ical Society of Virginia. He is the author of Songs of Love 
and War and other works. 

CLOUD, RALPH E., Physician of Houston, Texas. In 
1907 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Texas. He is resident physician of The Heights Sanitarium. 

CLOYD, AUGUSTUS DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon of 
Omaha, Neb., was born Feb. 17, 1860, in Howard County, 
Mo. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from Missouri 

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Medical College. Since 1898 he has been sovereign physician 
or supreme medical director of the Woodmen of the World, 
the second largest fraternal beneficiary organization i]i 
America. 

CLUNESS, WILLIAM R., Physician of 354 Pine Street, 
San Francisco, Cal., was born Dec.29, 1835, in Ontario, Can- 
ada. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of California. He is medical director of the Pacific 
Mutual Life Insurance Company of California. 

COAKLEY, CORNELIUS GODFREY, Physician, Lar- 
yngologist and Author of 53 West Fifty-sixth Street, New 
York City, was born Aug. 14, 1862, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 
1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Med- 
ical Hospital and College. He is professor of laryngology in 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of Columbia Uni- 
versity. He is the author of Diseases of the Nose and of 
the Throat and other works. 

COAN, TITUS MUNSON, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 424 West One Hundred and Nineteenth Street, New 
York City, was born Sept. 27, 1836, in Hilo, Hawaii. In 1861 
he received the degree of M.D, from the College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is director of 
the New York Bureau of Revision. He is the author of 
Ounces of Prevention and Topics of the Times. 

COATES, GEORGE MORRISON, Physician and Path- 
ologist of 2032 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
March 24, 1874, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1898 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He 
has been resident physician in the Pennsylvania Hospital. 
Since 1903 he has been major and surgeon in the Pennsyl- 
vania National Guard. 

COBB, CAROLUS MELVILLE, Physician, Laryngolo- 
gist and Author of 419 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was 
born March 24, 1861, in Casco, Maine, Since 1901 he has 
been professor of laryngology and otology in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Boston. He is the author of a 
medical monograph. 

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COBB, JOSEPH PETTEE, Physician and Dean of 5004 
Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was bom June 12, 1857, in 
Abington, Mass. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College. He was dean of the 
Hahnemann Medical College. He has been president and 
trustee of the American Institute of Homoeopathy; and is 
now president of the Chicago Society of the New Church. 

COBB, 0. HOWARD, Physician of Syracuse State In- 
stitute, Syracuse, N.Y., was born April 27, 1880, in Corn- 
wall-on-Hudson, N.Y. In 1906 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Southern Homoeopathic Medical College and 
Hospital. He is superintendent of the Syracuse State In- 
stitute for Feeble Minded Children. 

COBB, WILLIS F., Physician and Surgeon of Lyle, 
Minn., was born June 14, 1847, in Limington, Maine. In 
1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern 
University Medical School. He is president of the Board of 
Education; and is president of the Lyle Telephone Com- 
pany. He is a member of various organizations. 

COE, HENRY CLARKE, Surgeon and Obstetrician of 
8 West Seventy-sixth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 
10, 1856, in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1881 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Harvard University. He is professor of 
gynecology at the University of Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College. He is the author of numerous medical monographs. 

COE, HENRY WALDO, Physician and Editor of 516 
Selling Building, Portland, Ore. In 1880 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. He is 
editor and publisher of the Medical Sentinel. 

COHEN, JACOB DA SILVA SOLIS, Physician, Author 
and Lecturer of 2113 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born Feb. 28, 1838, in New York City. In 1860 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. He is the author of Diseases of the Throat and other 
works. 

COHEN, SOLOMON SOLIS, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 1525 Walnut Street, Philadelphia* Pa., was born 

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Sept. 1, 1857, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1883 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. Since 
1902 he has been professor of clinical medicine hi the Jef- 
ferson Medical College. He has been president of Philadel- 
phia County Medical Society. He is the author of Thera- 
peutics of Tuberculosis and other works. 

COLCORD, AMOS W., Physician of Clairton, Pa., was 
born Oct. 14, 1863, in Coudersport, Pa. In 1893 he gradu- 
ated from the American Health College, and in 1893 re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. In 1908-16 he was president of 
the Board of Health of Clairton Boro. 

COLE, GEORGE HENRY PHILIP, Physician and Bank 
er of 318 Washington Avenue, Roanoke, Va., was born on 
Dec. 15, 1856, in Northampton County, N.C. In 1879 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the American Health Col- 
lege. He is president of the American Trust Company of 
Roanoke. 

COLE, GEORGE L., Physician and Educator of Temple 
Auditorium, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1861 in New 
York. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is professor of Ma- 
teria Medica in the University of Southern California. 

COLE, HILLS, Physician and Editor of 1748 Broadway 
Street, New York City. In 1894 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the New York Homoeopathic Medical College and 
Flower Hospital. He is editor of the North American Jour- 
nal of Homoeopathy. 

COLEMAN, DANIEL EPHRAIM SICKLES, Physician 
and Educator of 101 West One Hundred and Seventy-eighth 
Street, New York City, was born July 20, 1872, in New 
York City. He received the degrees of Ph.B. and M.D. from 
the New York Homoeopathic Medical College. He has be m 
a lecturer on pharmacology; and is professor in Mateiia 
Medica of the New York Homoeopathic College and Flower 
Hospital; and is also a lecturer on Materia Medica to the 
Metropolitan Hospital Training School; and is examiner in 
Lunacy of the State of New York. He is a member of the 

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American Institute of Homoeopathy, International Hahne- 
mann Association; and is president of the American Asso- 
ciation of Clinical Research. He is the author of Verifi- 
cation of Nux Vomica, The Minimum Dose, Surgery Not 
Always the Last Resort and other works. 

COLEMAN, THOMAS DA VIES, Physician and Author 
of 503 Greene Street, Augusta, Ga., was born Jan. 13, 1865, 
in Augusta, Ga. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York University. For thirteen years he was 
a member of the Board of Health of Augusta. He is the 
author of numerous medical Monographs. 

COLEY, WILLIAM BRADLEY, Physician and Surgeon 
of 40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was born Jan. 
12, 1862, in Westport, Conn. In 1884 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Yale University ; also received the degrees of 
B.A. and M.A. In 1909 he was appointed professor of clin- 
ical surgery in Cornell Medical School of New York City; 
and is first lieutenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of the 
United States Army. He is the author of Chapter on Her- 
nia; and numerous Monographs on The Treatment of Ma- 
lignant Tumors, and on Abdominal Surgery. 

COLLINGS, HOWARD PAXTON, Physician and Bank- 
er of Hot Springs, Ark., was born Jan. 30, 1865, in Rock- 
ville, Ind. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Medical Hospital and College of New York City. 
Since 1892 he has practiced in Hot Springs. He has been 
president of the Hot Springs Medical Society ; and ex-chair- 
man of surgical and medical sections of the State Medical 
Association. He is a member of the Arkansas State Medical 
Society; the American Medical Association, and other sci- 
entific and medical researches. 

COLLINGS, SAMUEL P., Educator and Physician of 
Hot Springs, Ark., was born Feb. 4, 1845, near Rockville, 
Ind. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jef- 
ferson Medical College of Philadelphia. He has been demon- 
strator of anatomy in the Indian Medical College. 

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COLLINS, HOWARD DENNIS, Anatomist and Author 
of 50 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York City, was born 
July 9, 1868, in New York City. In 1893 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He has been assistant demonstrator of 
anatomy at the Columbian University. He is the author of 
Textbook on Physiology. 

COLLINS, JOSEPH, Physician, Neurologist and Author 
of 37 West Fifty-fourth Street, New York City, was boin 
Sept. 22, 1866, in Brookfield, Conn. In 1888 he received rhe 
degi^ee of M.D. from New York University. He has been 
president of the New York Neurological Association; tvnd 
a member of various organizations. He is the author of The 
Faculty of Speech and other works. 

COLLINS, KATHARINE RICHARDS, Physician and 
Scientist of 204 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga., was 
born March 23, 1863, in New Albany, Ind. In 1893 she re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. 
In 1894-1902 she was a practicing physician of Atlanta ; and 
since 1908 has been assistant director of the Georgia State 
Board of Health. For five years she was bacteriologist and 
assistant director in the Research Laboratory of the De- 
partment of Health in New York City. She is the author of 
scientific papers on Diphtheria Antitoxin. 

COMBE, FREDERICK J., Physician, Surgeon and Pub- 
lic Official of Bedell Building, Brownsville, Texas, was born 
March 4, 1867, in Matomoros, Mexico. In 1889 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Tulane University of Louisiana. 
During the Spanish- American War he was major and sur- 
geon in the United States Volunteers. He is director of the 
Brownsville Board of Trade. 

COMINGS, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Physician of 12 
East Eighth Street, Eugene, Ore., was born July 14, 1857, 
in East Berkshire, Vt. In 1886 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Vermont. He is city health 
officer; and is also examiner to numerous life insurance 
companies. 

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CONKEY, CHARLES D., Physician of 1301 Tower Ave- 
nue, Superior, Wis. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Tulane University of Louisiana. He is president of the 
Interurban Academy of Medicine. 

CONKLIN, WILLIAM JAMES, Physician and Business 
Man of Fishkill, N.Y., was born Jan. 28, 1846, in Cornwall, 
N.Y. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. from New 
York University. For fourteen years he was United States 
examiner for pensions. He is now vice-president of the 
Fishkill Electric Railway. 

CONKLIN, WILLIAM JUDKINS, Physician and Phy 
siologist of 17 East First Street, Dayton, Ohio, was born 
Dec. 1, 1844, in Sidney, Ohio. In 1868 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Cincinnati. For three 
years he was professor of physiology in Starling Medical 
College of Columbus. He is president of the trustees of the 
Dayton Public Library and Museum. 

CONNOR, AUGUSTUS CAMILLUS, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Lexington, Texas, was born Nov. 9, 1858, in Amite 
City, La. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Tulane University of Louisiana. He has been local surgeon 
for several railroads and medical examiner for various in- 
surance companies. He received a medal for the best collec- 
tion of living medical plants at the World's Cotton Centen- 
nial Exposition in 1884. He was a contributor to the Thir- 
teenth National Congress of Americanists. 

COOK, CHARLES H., Physician of Natick, Mass. In 
1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College. He is president of the Federation of 
State Medical Examining Boards of the United States. 

COOK, HENRY WIREMAN, Physician of Eleventh and 
Nicollet Streets, Minneapolis, Minn. In 1902 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University of 
Baltimore. He is president of the Amer-ican Association of 
Medical Examiners. 

COOK, JOSEPH TOTTENHAM, Physician and Surgeon 
of 636 Delawai'e Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born in Lud- 

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lowville, N.Y. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Homoeopathic Hospital College. He has been president 
and secretary of the Medical and Surgical staff of the Buf- 
falo Homoeopathic Hospital; and president of the Buffalo 
Society of Vermonters. 

COOK, R. HARVEY, Physician of Oxford, Ohio. In 1894 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of 
Ohio. He is physician-in-chief of the Oxford Retreat. 

COOKE, CLINTON T., Physician of 602 Alaska Build- 
ing, Seattle, Wash. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Atlanta School of Medicine. He is president of the 
Pacific Coast Oto-ophthalmological Society. 

COOKE, JOSEPH BROWN, Surgeon and Author of 16 
Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, N.Y., was born March 24, 
1868, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. In 1890 he received the 
degi-ee of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Columbia University. Since 1903 he has been obstetric 
surgeon to the New York Polyclinic Medical School and 
Hospital. He is the author of Manual of Obstetrical Tech- 
nique and other works. 

COOLEY, JAMES SETH, Physician, Surgeon and Edu- 
cator of Mineola, N.Y., was born June 29, 1845, in South 
Hartford, N.Y. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from 
New York University; and attended North Granville Acad- 
emy, Fort Edward Institute and Williams College. For five 
years he was an instructor in Fort Edward Institute, and 
for three years was principal of Glens Falls Academy. In 
1877-80 he was in medical practice in Hudson Falls, in 1880- 
86 in Luzerne, in 1886-95 in Glen Cove, and has been cor- 
oner, school commissioner and district superintendent of 
schools. 

COOLIDGE, EMELYN LINCOLN, Physician and Au- 
thor of 850 West End Avenue, New York City, was born 
Aug.9, 1873, in Boston, Mass. In 1900 she received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Cornell University. Since 1902 she has 
conducted the babies' page in the Ladies' Home Journal. 
She is the author of The Mothers' Manual. 

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COOPER, J. M., Physician and Editor of El Reno, Okla. 
He holds a certificate from the Examining Board. He is 
editor of the Southwest Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

COOPER, CHARLES NOAH, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Campbell, Cal., was born May 27, 1844, in Ohio. 
In 1869 he received the degree of M.D. from Northwestern 
University Medical School. He served in the Civil War. He 
is president of the Bank of Campbell. 

COPELAND, ROYAL SAMUEL, Physician, Ophthal- 
mologist and Author of 58 Central Park, New York City, 
was born Nov. 7, 1868, in Dexter, Mich. In 1889 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. For 
thirteen years he was professor of ophthalmology and otol- 
ogy in the University of Michigan, and since 1898 has held 
the same chair and dean ship in the New York Homoeopa- 
thic Medical College and Flower Hospital. He has been 
president of the American Institute of Homoeopathy, and 
president of the American Homoeopathic Ophthalmological, 
Otological and Laryngological Society. He is the author of 
a Textbook on Refraction. 

COPLIN, WILLIAM M. L., Physician and Author of 
Jefferson Medical College Building, Philadelphia, Pa., was 
born Nov. 1,1864, in Clarksburg, W. Va. In 1886 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He is professor of pathology and bacteriology at the 
Jefferson Medical College. He is the author of Manual of 
Pathology and other works. 

COPELAND, JOHN WESLEY, Physician and Banker 
of Lyndonville, Vt., was born June 17, 1840, in Moretown, 
Vt. In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Vermont. He is president of the Lyndon Savings 
Bank of Lyndonville. 

COPLIN, WILLIAM M. L., Physician Educator and Au- 
thor of Jefferson Medical College Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
He was born Nov. 1- 1864, in Clarksburg, W. Va. In 1886 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He is professor of pathology and bacteriology at the 

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Jefferson Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia. He 
is a member of the American Medical Association and of 
various other scientific and educational associations. He is 
the author of a Manual of Pathology and other works. 

CORLETT, WILLIAM THOMAS, Physician, Surgeon, 
Dermatologist and Author of 3618 Euclid Avenue, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, was born April 15, 1854, in Orange, Ohio. In 
1877 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Wooster. Since 1885 he has been professor of dermatology 
at the Western Reserve University. He is the author of 
Treatise on the Acute Infectious Exanthemata. 

CORNING, JAMES LEONARD, Physician and Author 
of 53 West Thirty-eighth Street, New York City, was born 
Aug. 28, 1855, in Stamford, Conn. In 1878 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Wurzburg, Germany. 
He discovered spinal anaesthesia in 1885. He is the author 
of Brain Rest and other works. 

CORSON, EUGENE ROLLIN, Physician and Author of 
10 Jones Street, Savannah, Ga., was born July 20, 1855, in 
Washington, D.C. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Southern Medical College. He is on the staff of 
the Savannah Hospital. He is the author of Vital Equation 
and other works. 

CORWIN, ARTHUR M., Physician and Author of 15 
East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 24, 
1864, in Hawaii. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College of Chicago, 111. Since 1902 
he has been professor of diseases of the nose and throat in 
the Chicago Clinical School. He is the author of Essentials 
of Physical Diagnosis. 

CORWIN, RICHARD WARREN, Physician, Surgeon 
and Educator of Pueblo, Colo., was born May 24, 1852, in 
Binghamton, N.Y. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan; in 1905 the degi'ee of 
LL.D. from the University of Colorado. For four years he 
was instructor at the University of Michigan; since 1881 
has been chief surgeon and since 1900 superintendent of the 

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sociological department of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Com- 
pany. He is professor of surgery in the University of Colo- 
rado; and is a lecturer on medical sociology and on other 
themes. He has been president of the Colorado State Con- 
ference of Charities and Corrections ; and is a fellow of the 
American College of Surgeons. 

COTTON, ALFRED CLEVELAND, Soldier, Physician 
and Author of 3218 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, III, was 
born May 18, 1847, in Griggsville, 111. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College, of Chi- 
cago. He served in the Civil War. He has been president 
of the Chicago Pediatric Society, president of the Chicago 
Medical Society ; and president of the Illinois State Medical 
Society. He is the author of Diseases of Children and other 
works. 

COUNCIL, WALTER WOOTEN, Physician, Surgeon 
and Public Official of Cordova, Alaska, was born May 25, 
1882, in North Carolina. He graduated from the University 
of North Carolina and received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Virginia. In 1909-12 he was health officer of 
Cordova; and has held numerous positions of trust and 
honor. He is physician to the Copper River R. R. Hospital. 

COUNCILMAN, WILLIAM THOMAS, Physician, Edu- 
cator and Author of 78 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass., was 
born Jan. 1, 1854, in Maryland. In 1878 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Harvard Medical School. He is an in- 
structor at Harvard Medical School. He is the author of 
Contribution to the Study of Inflammation and other works. 

COURTNEY, WALTER, Physician and Surgeon of Brai- 
nerd, Minn., was born Sept. 18, 1855, in Ontario, Canada. In 
1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the Detroit Med- 
ical College. Since 1888 he has been chief surgeon of the 
Northern Pacific Railroad. He is president of Upper Miss- 
issippi Medical Society. 

COVEY, CALVIN EDSON, Physician and Surgeon of 
Lansing, Mich., was born in 1858, in Grand Lodge, Mich. In 

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1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann 
Medical College and Hospital. He has been president of the 
American Association of Physicians and Surgeons. Since 
1906 he has been president-general of the International 
Association of Medical and Surgical Specialists. 

COWELL, WALTER A., Physician, Public Official and 
Author of 302 North Barry Street, Olean, N.Y., was born 
April 5, 1879, in Albany, N.Y. In 1905 he graduated from 
the Albany Medical College and received the degrees of A.B. 
and A.M. For two years he was health officer of Olean; 
and is on the Medical Staff of Olean General Hospital. He 
is a member of Olean Medical and Surgical Club and the 
New York State Medical Society. He is the author of The 
Diagnostic Value of an Examination of the Blood ; The San- 
itary Production of Milk ; and other works. 

COWEN, LEWIS C, Physician and Banker of Rising 
Sun, Ind., was born Nov. 12, 1848, in Kentucky. In 1901 he 
received the degi'ee of M.D. from the Medical College of 
Ohio. He is president of the Rising Sun deposit Bank. 

COWLES, JOSIAH EVANS, Physician and Surgeon of 
716 American Bank Building, Los Angeles, Cal, was born 
May 14, 1855, in Yadkin County, N.C. In 1880 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is 
visiting surgeon to the Pacific Hospital. 

COX, A. J., Physician and Editor of Manila, P.I. In 1886 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical Col- 
lege. He is editor of the Philippine Journal of Science. 

COX, MARION LOVE, Physician and Banker of Can- 
ton, Texas, was born Feb. 22, 1870, in Canton, Texas. In 
1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the Kentucky 
School of Medicine. He is president of the First National 
Bank of Canton. 

COX, WILLIAM COLUMBUS, Physician and Surgeon of 
1604 Hewett Street, Everett, Wash., was born Sept. 20,1858, 
in Flinty Branch, N.C. He war, educated in public schools ; in 
1892 received the degree of M.D. from Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He has been mayor at Genesee, Idaho and at Everett, 

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Wash. ; and is now surgeon to the Northern Pacific Railway 
and to the Everett Street Railway. He was president of the 
Washington Medical Society ; and is a member of Snohomish 
County Medical Society, Washington State Medical Society, 
the American Medical Society and the American Associ- 
ation of Railway Surgeons. He is also a member of the Cas- 
cade, Everett Golf and Country and Everett Commercial 
Clubs. 

CRAGIN, EDWIN BRADFORD, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 113 West Ninety-fifth Street, New York 
City, was born Oct. 23, 1859, in Colchester, Conn. In 1886 
he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is the author 
of Essentials of Gynecology; and is one of the authors of 
the American Textbook on Gynecology. 

CRAIG, C. S., Physician of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. 
In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Buffalo. He is president of the American Society of 
Tropical Medicine. 

CRAIG, HENRY AUGUSTUS, Bacteriologist and Au- 
thor of 46 Franklin Avenue, New Brighton, N.Y,, was born 
March 8, 1881, in Germantown, N.J. He was educated at 
Delaware Academy of New York; and fn 1904 received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Columbia University. He is bacteriologist and patholo- 
gist of the S. R. Smith Infirmary, and bacteiiologist to St. 
Vincent's Hospital. He is a member of the Richmond 
County Medical Society, and the New York State and 
American Medical Associations. He is the author of several 
papers on Bacterial Vaccines; and other works. 

CRAMPTON, CHARLES WARD, Physician and Author 
of 157 East Sixty-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
May 26, 1877, in New York City. In 1900 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York. For three years he was assistant director of 
the Physical Trainin.a; New York Public Schools; in 1904 
was a lecturer of the Olympic Congress at St. Louis ; and is 

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secretary of the Public Schools Athletic League. He is the 
author and editor of Crampton Hygiene Service and various 
books and articles on Hygiene, athletics and health of school 
children. He is a fellow of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science and the American Academy of 
Physical Training. 

CRANDALL, FLOYD MILFORD, Physician and Editor 
of 113 West Ninety- fifth Street. New York City, was born 
May 2, 1858, in Belfast, N.Y. In 1884 he received the degree 
of M.D. from New York University. Since 1808 he has been 
consulting physician in the Infants' and Children's Hospital 
and since 1893 has been adjunct-professor in the New York 
Polyclinic. He has been president of the County Medical 
Society, and president of the section on pediatrics of the 
New York Academy of Medicines. 

CRANDON, LE ROT GODDARD, Surgeon and Author 
of 366 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born 
Jan. 15, 1-873, in Chelsea, Mass. In 1898 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Harvard University. He has been visit- 
ing surgeon of the Boston City Hospital, and is instructor 
in surgery at the Hawaii Medical School. He is the author 
of Surgical After-Treatment. 

CRARY, DAVID, JR.. Physician of 926 Maine Street, 
Hartford, Conn., where he was born April 26, 1842. He was 
educated in the publics chools of Hartford ; and in 1869 re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from Yale Medical School. Since 
1869 he practiced medicine in Hartford; and in 1875-1910 
was physician to Hartford County Jail. He is a member of 
the Am.erican Medical Association, Connecticut Medical So- 
ciety^ Hartford County and Hartford City Medical Society 
and to the Yale Alumni Association. 

CRARY, GEORGE W., Physician and Dermatologist of 
535 Park Avenue, New York City, was born Jan. 3. 1864, in 
Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1881 he graduated from the Brooklyn 
Polytechnic Institute ; and i-eceived the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical Department of Columbia Ufuversity. Since 1885 
he has been engaged in medical pracli;:e; has been insuuc- 

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tor of physiological chemistry in the Post-Graduate Medical 
School and assistant demonstrator of anatomy of the Med- 
ical Department of Columbia University. He has been as- 
sistant consulting- dermatologist to the New Yoik Lying-in- 
Hospital; and is now consulting dermatologist to the Gen- 
eral Memorial Hospital, New York Infant Asylum, Lincoln 
Hospital and other hospitals. He is a member of the Man- 
hattan Dermatological Society and other organizations. 

CRIADO, LUIS FERNAND, Physician and Pathologist 
of 616 West One Hundred and Sixteenth Street, New York 
City, was born Feb. 11, 1857, in Havana, Cuba. In 1875 he 
received the degree of A.B. from St. Louis College ; and in 
1879 the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. He has been professor and demonstrator of pa- 
thology and hystology at the Long Island Hospital College; 
and is medical examiner of the Equitable Life Assurance 
Society of New York City. In 1893 he was Spanish and 
English speaking secretary to the section in pathology of 
the First Pan-American Congress held at Washington, D.C. 
and was commissioned examiner in lunacy. He is author of 
many articles on medical, surgical and electrical subjects 
and is the inventor of various electrical instruments and 
devices. He is a member of various medical societies. 

CRILE, GEORGE W., Physician and Surgeon of 1021 
Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, was born Nov. 11, 1864, 
in Chili, Ohio. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Wooster University; and has received the degrees of A.B., 
A.M., Ph.D. and F.R.C.S. He has been a lecturer and dem- 
onstrator of histology, professor of physiology, and prin- 
ciples and practice of surgery in Wooster University; and 
since 1900 has ibeen professor of clinical surgery in the 
Western Reserve University. He is surgeon to the Lakeside 
Hospital. He is the author of Surgical Shock, Surgery of 
the Respiratory System and other medical works. 

CRISP, JOHN DOUGLAS, Physician and Surgeon of 
311 Wyoming Building, Denver, Colo., was born May 9,1858, 
in Apple Pie Ridge, 111. In 1005 he received the degi'ee of 

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M.D. from the Denver Homoeopathic Medical College. He 
is vice-president of the Brown Electrical Company of Colo- 
rado, He is the author of Orpah and other worl;s. 

CRONSON, REUBEN, Physician and Gynecologist of 
133 West One Hundred and Twenty-second Street, New 
York City, was born in 1862 in Russia. In 1888 he gradu- 
ated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons and re- 
ceived the degrees of A.B. and M.D. ; is also a post-graduate 
of Vienna. He is visiting gynecologist of the Philanthropin 
Hospital ; and president of the Medical Board of that hospi- 
tal. He is a member of the New York County Medical So- 
ciety, Harlem, German and other organizations. 

CROOK, HARRISON, Physician and Surgeon of 106 
The Sherman Hotel, Washington, D.C., was born April 13, 
1850, in Maryland. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Georgetown University. For the past ten years he 
has been surgeon to the Providence Hospital. 

CROTHERS, THOMAS DAVISON, Physician and Au- 
thor of 142 Fairfield Avenue, Hartford, Conn., was born 
Sept. 21, 1842, in West Charlton, N.Y. In 1865 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. Since 
1880 he has been president and superintendent of Walnut 
Hill Asylum at Hartford. He is editor of the Journal of 
Inebriety and is the author of Disease of Inebriety and va- 
rious other works. 

CROWDER, THOMAS R., Physician of Chicago, Illinois. 
He was born Feb. 6, 1872, in Sullivan, Ind. In 1894 he grad- 
uated from De Pauw University; and in 1897 received the 
degi-ee of M.D. from the Rush Medical College of Chicago. 
He entered the service of The Pullman Company in 1905 as 
superintendent of Sanitation; and is now director of the 
Department of Sanitation and Surgery of The Pullman Com- 
pany. He is a member of the American Medical Association 
and various medical and scientific societies. He is also a 
member of the University and Quadrangle Clubs. 

CROWLEY, DENNIS DAVID, Physician, Surgeon and 
Educator of Oakland, Cal, was born in 1858 in Ireland. He 

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attended the Bennett Medical College ; and in 1884 received 
the degree of M.D. from the Med. Dept. of the University of 
'Illinois. For four years he was health officer at Oakland, 
Cal. ; was a member of the State Board of Health for four 
years; and has been surgeon-general of the State of Calif- 
ornia under Governor Pardee. Since 1900 he has been di- 
rector and professor in the Oakland College of Medicine and 
Surgery. He is a fellow of the American College of Sur- 
geons, and is a member of Alameda County Medical Asso- 
ciation, the California Academy of Medicine, the Medical 
Society of the State of California and the American Medical 
Association. 

CRUM, H. HERBERT, Physician and Health Officer of 
300 East State Street, Ithaca, N.Y., was born July 10, 1871, 
in West Candor, N.Y. He attended Cornell University; in 
1900 graduated from the Cleveland Homoeopathic Medical 
College and received the degrees of B.L. and M.D. He is 
health officer of Ithaca, N.Y., and was for some time San- 
itary Supervisor of the New York State Department of 
Health. He is a member of the American Institute of Ho- 
moeopathy and the New York State Homoeopathic Society. 

CRUMBINE, S. JAY, Physician and Dean of 1303 Tyler 
Street, Topeka, Kans. In 1889 be received the degree of 
M.D. from the Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery. 
He is dean of the School of Medicine ol" the University of 
Kansas. He is president of the Conference of State and 
Provincial Boards of Health of North America. 

CUDDEBACK, WnXIAM I.OUIS, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Port Jervis, N.Y., was born April 26, 1854, in Port 
Jervis, N.Y. In 1906 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Cornell University Medical College. He has been president 
of the Port Jervis Board of Education ; and in 1900-13 was 
president of the National Bank. 

CUDMORE, JOHN HOMER, Physician of 216 East 
Thirty-ninth Street, New Yor-k City, was born Oct. 17, 1883, 
in New York City. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Cornell University Medical College. For two years he 

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has been house physician to the Second Medical Division of 
Bellevue Hospital. He is a member of the Society of the 
Alumni of Bellevue Hospital; New York County and State 
Medical Society; American Medical Association and the 
Phi Alpha Sigma Club. 

CULBRETH, DAVID MARVEL REYNOLDS, physician 
Public Official and Author of 1307 North Calvert Street, 
Baltimore, Md., was born Dec. 4, 1855, in Willow GiK)ve, Del. 
In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. fiom the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore, Md. He has been 
state commissioner for a number of years ; and is a member 
of the leading medical and scientific associations. He is the 
author of Pharmaceutic Botany and other works. 

CULLEN, THOMAS STEPHEN, Physician and Gyne- 
cologist of 3 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Md., was born 
Nov. 20, 1868, in Bridgewater, Ontario. In 1890 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Toronto University. He is a suc- 
cessful abdominal surgeon of Baltimore, Md. Since 1899 he 
has been an associate in gynecology at the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, and an associate professor in gynecology at the 
Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore, Md. 

CULPEPPER, MALLORY, Physician and Banker of 
Dayton, N.M., was born Sept. 23, 1871, in Weston, La. In 
1894 he received the degree of M.D. from Tulane University 
of Louisiana. He is president of the Bank of Dayton. 

CULVER, CHARLES MORTIMER, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 36 Eagle Street, Albany, N.Y., was born Sept. 28, 
1856, in West Tl-oy, N.Y. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Albany Medical College and Union University. 
He has been vice-president of the Orphan Asylum. 

CUNNINGHAM, RUSSELL MeWHORTER, Physician 
and Statesman of Ensley, Ala., was born Aug. 25, 1855, in 
Mount Hope, Ala. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He has been 
a representative and a member of the State Senate. In 
1903-07 he was lieutenant-governor of Alabama. 

CURRIER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Physician and 
Banker of Nashua, N.H., was born March 8,1841, in Wilmot, 

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N.H. In 1864 he received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is 
president of the Nashua Trust Company. 

CURRY, GROVE P. M., Physician and Surgeon of Mt. 
Kisco, N.Y., was born Jan. 8, 1866, in New York City. In 
1892 he received the degree of M.D. from New York Urfi- 
versity; and took post-graduate courses in the New York 
Post-Graduate School and Hospital. He was connected for 
one year with the New York Asylum on Blackwell's Island. 
He is health officer and registrar of the village of Mount 
Kisco. 

CURTIS, FREDERIC COLTON, Soldier, Physician and 
Educator of 17 Washington Avenue, Albany, N.Y., was born 
Oct. 19, 1843, in Unionville, S.C. In 1866 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He served in the Civil War. He has been 
professor of dermatology in the Albany Medical College. 

CURTIS, GEORGE LENOX, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 71 Central Park West, New York City, was born 
April 19, 1854. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He has been professor of 
surgery, and his practice is chiefly in surgery and electro- 
therapeutics. He is the discoverer of Ozone as applied to 
Medicine. He is president of the Curtis-Richmond Mining 
Company. He is the author of many articles on surgery and 
electro-therapeutics, and is a recognized authority on these 
subjects. 

CURTIS, HENRY HOLBROOK, Physician and Author 
of 21 East Thirtieth Street, New York City, was born Dec. 
15, 1856, in New York City. In 1880 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Yale University. He is a specialist in laryn- 
gology. He is the author of Voice Building and Tone Plac- 
ing and other works. 

CUSHING, HARVEY WILLIAMS, Surgeon and Author 
of 305 Walnut Street, Biookline, Mass., was born April 8, 
1869, in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1895 he received the degi'ee of 
M.D. from Harvard University. Since 1911 he has been 

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associate professor of surgery in the Harvard University. 
He is the author of The Pituitary Body and Its Disorders. 

CUSHING, HERBERT HOWARD, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 451 South Fifty-first Street, Philadelphia, 
Pa., was born June 5, 1872, in Burmah. In 1899 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Jefferson Medical College. Since 
1899 he has been director of the laboratories of histology 
and embryology in the Woman's Medical College. He is the 
translator of Boehm, Davidoff and lluber's Textbook of 
Histology and other works. 

CUSHMAN, ROBERT ARTHUR, Physician and States- 
man of Princeton, Ind., was born March 2, 1876, in Prince- 
ton, Ind. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Indiana. In 1912 he was a delegate to the 
Democratic National Convention; and has been mayor of 
his city. 

CUSTIS, J. B. GREGG, Physician of 912 Fifteenth St., 
Northwest, Washington, D.C. In 1903 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Johns Hopkins University, of Baltimore, 
Md. He is president of the Board of Medical Supervisors. 

CUTLER, CONDICT WALKER, Physician and Author 
of 135 West Seventy-Sixth Street, New York City, was born 
Feb. 27, 1859, in Morristown, N.J. In 1882 he received the 
degi'ee of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. In 1888-1902 he was physician-in-chief 
to the New York Dispensary. He is the author of a Manual 
of Differential Medical Diagnosis and other works. 

CUTLER, ELBRIDGE GERRY, Physician and Author 
of 214 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 7, 1846, 
in Farmington, Maine. In 1872 he received the degree of 
M.D. Since 1875 he has practiced medicine in Boston. He 
is the author of Percussion Outlines. 

CUTLER, FRANK HARVEY, Physician of Cedar Falls, 
Iowa, was born in 1855 in Plainfield, 111. In 1882 he received 
the degi'ee of M.D. from the Northwestern University Med- 
ical School. He is treasurer of the Board of Pension Ex- 
aminers of Waterloo. 

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CUTTER, JOHN ASHBURTON, Physician and Author 
of 266 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York City, was 
bom June 27, 1863, in Woburn, Mass. In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. He is joint author with his father 
Dr. Ephraim Cutter, of Fatty Ills and Their Masquerades 
and Food. 

DA COSTA, JOHN C, Physician and Author of 264 So. 
Fifteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born June 13, 1871, 
in Pottstown, Pa. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. In 1898-99 he was first 
lieutenant assistant surgeon of the United States Volun- 
teers. He is the author of various works. 

DA COSTA, JOHN CHALMERS, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1831 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was bo4'n 
Nov. 15, 1863, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1885 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is 
the author of A Manuel of Modern Surgery. 

DAKE, WALTER MARSHALL, Physician and Libi-ar- 
ian of 42014 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark., was born 
Jan. 16, 1855, in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1877 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He 
is the director of the Howard Library and has himself col- 
lected a private library of ten thousand valuable works. 

DALE, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician and Banker of 
Harrisburg, Ore., was born Feb. 9, 1879, in lola, Wis. In 
1904 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical 
College. He is president of the Farmers' and Merchants' 
Bank ; and has been mayor of his city. 

DALTON, C. F., Physician and Editoi- of Montpelier, Vt. 
In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Vermont. He is editor of the Bulletin State Board of 
Health. 

DALTON, WILLIAM ROBERT INGE, Soldiei, Physi- 
cian and Author of 807 Third Avenue, Seattle, Wash., was 
born Dec. 6, 1841, in Livingston, Ala. He received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the St. Louis College of Physicians and 

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Sui'geons. He served four years in the Confederate Army 
and Navy; served one month in the Peruvian Navy; and 
served four months in the Brazilian Navy. He is president 
of the American Pharmaceutical League; and practices 
medicine in Seattle, Wash. He is the author of Hyper-Acid- 
ity, a Cause of Skin Diseases and a large number of other 
medical articles. 

DANA, CHARLES LOOMIS, Physician and Scientist of 
53 West Fifty-third Street, New York City, was born March 
25, 1852, in Woodstock, Vt. In 1877 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He 
has been professor of nervous diseases in the Dartmouth 
Medical College. He is the author of Tejirtbook of Nervous 
Diseases and other works. 

D'ANCONA, ARNOLD A., Physician and Dean of 739 
Shrader Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in New York. 
In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of California. He is dean in the medical department of the 
University of California. 

DANFORTH, LOOMIS L., Physician and Surgeon of 49 
West Fifty-second Street, New York City, was born in Mon- 
ticello, N.Y. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is senior professor of the Maternity Department of the 
Flower Hospital and chief of the maternity staf I" at Hahne- 
mann Hospital of New York. 

DANFORTH, WILLIAM CLARK, Physician of 1620 
Hinman Avenue, Evanston, 111., was born July 30, 1878, in 
Chicago. In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. Since 1905 
he has been instructor in clinical surgery in the Northwest- 
ern University Medical School. 

DANIEL, FERDINAND EUGENE, Physician, Journa- 
list and Author of Austin, Texas, was born July 18, 1839, in 
Emporia, Va. In 1862 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the New Orleans School of Medicine. He served in the Civil 
War as a surgeon. Since 1885 he has edited and published 
the Texas Medical Journal of Austin, Texas. He is the au- 
thor of The Strange Case of Bruno and other works. 

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DANIELS, ALFRED DORANCE, Physician, Siiigeon 
and Banker of 18 Atlantic Street, Rhinelander, Wis., was 
born Aug. 11, 1853, in Paris, Maine. In 1876 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Detroit Medical College. He is 
president of the Oneida Gas Company. 

DARBY, JOHN EATON, Educator, Physician, Natural- 
ist and Scientist of 10504 Pasadena Avenue, Northeast, 
Cleveland, Ohio, was born Aug. 20, 1835, in Williamstown, 
Mass. In 1861 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Western Reserve University. In 1867-87 he was surgeon 
for the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railway Company. Since 
1895 he has been a member of the Medical Board of the 
City Hospital of Cleveland. 

DARLINGTON, THOMAS, Physician and Public Official 
of 27 Washington Square, New York City, was born Sept. 
24, 1858, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He received the degree of C.E. 
from the University of the City of New York; and in 1880 
graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 
1904 and 1906 he was appointed commissioner of health of 
the city of New York. He has been president of the Amer- 
ican Climatological Society. 

DARRINGTON, JOHN, Physician of Yazoo City, Miss. 
In 1892 he received tlie degiee of M.D. from the Tulane 
University of Louisiana. He is president of the Tri-State 
Medical Association of Mississippi Arkansas and Tennessee. 

DAVEY, BERTEN M., Physician of 206 Oakland Build- 
ing, Lansing, Mich. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery. He is 
Supreme Archon of the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity. 

DAVIS, ASA BARNES, Physician and Surgeon of 42 
East Thirty-fifth Sti-eet, New York City, was born Sept. 28, 
1861, in Preston, Conn. In 1889 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City; and graduated fiom Vermont Academy. He is 
attending surgeon of the Lying-in-hospital of the City of 
New York, is a fellow of the College of Surgeons of Amer- 
ica, and consulting gynecologfst to Vassal- Brothers' Hos- 
pital of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

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DAVIS, BRYON B., Gynecologist of 200 Bee Building, 
Omaha, Neb. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Minnesota Hospital Medical College. He is president of 
the Western Surgical and Gynecological Association. 

DAVIS, CHARLES EDWARD, Soldier, Physician and 
Surgeon of Oneonta, N.Y., was born in 1846 in Milan, Ohio. 
In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Buffalo. For many years he was editor and proprietor of 
the Marcellus News. He has several times been president 
of the Marcellus Medical Society. 

DAVIS, CHARLES GILBERT, Physician and Author of 
22 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born Oct. 14, 
1849, in Clay County, Mo. In 1871 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati. 
He is the author of The Philosophy of Life. 

DAVIS, CHARLES HENRY STANLEY, Physician and 
Statesman of 132 East Main Street, Meriden, Conn., was 
born March 2, 1840, in Goshen, Conn. In 1866 he received 
the degree of M.D. from New York University. He has been 
a representative in the State Legislature. He is the author 
of History of Wallingford and Meriden and other works. 

DAVIS, EDWARD PARKER, Obstetrician and Author 
of 250 South Twenty-first Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was 
born Sept. 16, 1856, in Syracuse, N.Y. In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He has 
been professor of obstetrics in the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege ; and in 1890-98 was editor of the American Journal of 
Medical Sciences. He has been president of the American 
Gynaecological Society, American Medical Association, the 
Philadelphia Obstetrical Society and various other societies. 
He is the author of Treatise on Obstetrics and other works. 

DAVIS, FRANCIS WILLIAM, Physician and Surgeon 
of 142 West Twelfth Street, New York City, was born Sept. 
17, 1862, in Champion, N.Y. In 1903 he received the degree 
of M.D. from New York University; attended the State 
Normal College at Albany; and has received diplomas from 
several institutions. For eight years he taught school; and 

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since 1893 has practiced medicine in New York City. He is 
physician to the New York Hospital, out-patient depart- 
ment; and a captain in the National Volunteer Emergency 
Service. 

DAVIS, FRANCLYN ELBERT, Physician and Author 
of 620 Riverside Drive, New York City, was born June 21, 
1858, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He has received the degrees. of 
B.A., Ph.G. and M.D. He has traveled all over the world; 
and was the first man to introduce into this country ser- 
ums from the Institut Pasteur, Paris ; and also to introduce 
oxygen apparatus for the life-saving of the miners. He is 
director-general of the National Vokniteer Emergency Ser- 
vice. He is a member of various organizations. 

DAVIS, GWILYM G., Physician of 1814 Spruce Street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of 
the American Orthopedic Association. 

DAVIS, JAMES W., Physician of Windle, Tenn., was 
born in 1868, in Watsburgh, Tenn. In 1895 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical College of South Carolina ; 
also graduated from the University of New Orleans. He is 
a member of the Cumberland Medical Association and of 
various other medical societies and orders. He is a member 
of the Republican Party; and has held several positions of 
trust and honor. 

DAVIS, JOHN DANIEL SINKLER, Surgeon and Gyne- 
cologist of 2029 Avenue G, Birmingham, Ala., was born 
Jan. 19, 1859, in Trussville, Ala. In 1879 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia. He 
has been president of the Birmingham Surgical and Gyne- 
cological Society; president of the Jefferson County Med- 
ical Society; vice-president of the Southei'n Surgical and 
Gynecological Association ; vice-president of the American 
Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He is now 
professor of surgery in the University of Alabama. 

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DAVIS, NATHAN SMITH, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 
5, 1858, in Chicago, 111. In 1883 he received the degree of 
A.M. from Northwestern University; in 1883 the degree of 
M.D. from the Chicago Medical College ; and took post-grad- 
uate medical courses at Heidelberg and Vienna. In 1884 he 
was appointed assistant professor of pathology in the North 
western University Medical School ; became professor of the 
principles and practice of medicine, and was secretary and 
later dean of Northwestern University for many years. He 
is physician to Mercy, Wesley and St. Luke's Hospitals in 
Chicago, and consulting physician to the Washington Home. 
Since 1890 he has been first-vice-president of the United 
States Pharmacopoeia Convention; was a member of the 
Pan-American Medical Congress; and was councilor of the 
section of pathology of the Ninth International Medical Con- 
gress. He is a fellow of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science ; a member of the American Clima- 
tological Association, the American Therapeutic Association 
the American Academy of Medicine ; the American Medical 
Association, the Illinois State Medical Society; the Chicago 
Medical, Pathological and Neurological Societies; the Amer- 
ican Tuberculosis Society and Chicago Tuberculosis Insti- 
tute. He is past recording secretary and librarian of the 
Chicago Academy of Science; at present chaiiTnan of the 
Board of Scientific Governors; and is a member of various 
other educational and scientific associations, fraternities 
and clubs. For years he has been a trustee of Northwestern 
University ; was formerly vice-president of the Young Men's 
Chrisitian Association, of which he is now a trustee. He is 
the author of Consumpion — How to Prevent, and How to 
Live With It, Diet in Health and Disease ; and is also a con- 
tributor to cuiTent medical literature. 

DAVIS, T. HENRY, Physician and Public Official of 21 
South Eighth Street, Richmond, Tnd. In 1869 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Homoeopathic Medical College. 
He is president of the State Board of Health. 

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DAVIS, WILLIAM HOPE, Physician and Author of 289 
Decatur Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Sept. 1, 1837, in 
Attica, N.Y. In 1861 he received the degree of M.D. from 
New York University. He organized and was secretary of 
the Electric Medical Association of Illinois. He was secre- 
tary of the National Medical Association for ten years. 

DAVIDSON, ANSTRIJTHER, Physician, Botanist and 
Author of 1018 Los Angeles Investment Building, Los An- 
geles, Cal., was born Feb. 19, 1860, in Scotland. In 1881 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Glas- 
gow, Scotland. He was president of the Southern California 
Academy of Science; and is now editor of its Bulletin. He 
is the author of Plants of Los Angeles County and other 
works. 

DAWSON, E. B., Physician of 3220 Oak Street, Kansas 
City, Mo. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Ohio. He is president of the American 
Association of Orifical Surgeons. 

DAY, FRANK LESLIE, Physician of 72 Waterman St., 
Providence, R.I., was born Aug. 18, 1856, in South Attle- 
boro, Mass. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He is now visiting physician to the 
Rhode Island Hospital and consulting physician to St. Jo- 
seph's Hospital. 

DAYTON, HUGHES, Physician and Author of 201 West 
Fifty-fifth Street, New York City, was born May 13, 1873, 
in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicans and Surgeons of New York 
City, Since 1898 he has practiced medicine. He is the au- 
thor of Practice of Medicine. 

DEADERICK, WILLIAM HEISKKLL, Physician and 
Author of Dugan-Stuart Building, Hot Springs, Ark., was 
born Feb. 7, 1876, in KnoxviJle, Tenn. In 1898 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Vanderbilt University. He is 
the author of A Practical Study of Malaria. 

DEADY, CHARLES, Physician of 2020 Broadway, New 
York City, was born Aug. 27, 1850, in New York City. In 

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1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the Homoeopathic 
Medical College and Hospital. He is surgeon of the New 
York Ophthalmic Hospital. 

DEAN, HENRY MUNSON, Physician and Army Sur- 
geon of 605 West Third Street, Muscatine, Iowa, was born 
Nov. 8, 1836, in Canaan, Conn. In 1861 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He served in the Civil War as a surgeon. 
He has been president of the Iowa and Illinois Central 
Medical Association ; president of the Muscatine Academy 
of Medicine; president of the Eastern Iowa Medical Asso- 
ciation and also president of the Muscatine County Medical 
Society. 

DEAN, MARY MEAD, Physician and Librarian of 901 
North Calvert Street. Baltimore, Md. In 1901 she received 
the degree of M.D. from the Souther Homoeopathic Med- 
ical College. She is librarian of the Maryland State Homo- 
eopathic Society. 

DEAVER, JOHN B., Surgeon and Author of 1634 Wal- 
nut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. In 1878 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is sur- 
geon-in-chief to the German Hospital of Philadelphia; and 
is professor of practice of surgery in the University of 
Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia. He is the author of Surgical 
Anatomy, in three volumes; and other medical works. 

DEEBLE, HORACE MORGAN, Physician and Surgeon 
of 704 Third Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., was 
born July 18, 1851, in Washington. In 1880 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical Department of Columbia 
University. He has been acting assistant surgeon in the 
United States Army. 

DEFENDORF, ALLEN ROSS, Physician, Lecturer and 
Author of 29 College Street, New Haven, Conn., was born 
Dec. 21, 1871, in Savannah, Ga. In 1896 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Yale University. He is a lecturer in 
psychiatry at Yale University. He is the author of Clinical 
Psychiatry and other works. 

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DeFOREST, HENRY PELOUZE, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 150 West Forty-seventh Street, New York City, 
was born Dec. 29, 1864, in Fulton, N.Y. In 1890 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. Since 1903 he has been professor 
of obstetrics at the New York Post-Graduate Medical 
School. , 

DeGARMO, WILLIAM B., Physician and Author of 616 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born April 24, 1849, 
in West Troy, Wis. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of the City of New York. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association. He is the 
author of Abdominal Hernia and other works. 

DeJERNETT, W. B., Physician of Commerce, Texas. In 
1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the Belle vue Hos- 
pital and Medical College. He is president of the Associ- 
ation of Surgeons of the Cotton Belt Railway System. 

DELAFIELD, FRANCIS, Physician and Author of 5 
West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born Aug. 3, 
1841, in New York City. In 1863 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He was the first president of the Association of 
American Physicians and Pathologists. He is the author of 
a Handbook of Post Mortem Examinations and Morbid An- 
atomy and other works. 

DeLANCEY, CHARLES HERMANCE, Surgeon of 186 
Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born June 15, 1872, in 
Newburgh, N.Y. About 1897 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Columbia University of New York City. He was 
a surgeon to the Bellevue Hospital of New York City; and 
surgeon in the United States Navy. He served with dis- 
tinction during the Spanish- American War; and was com- 
mended for service during the revolution in Santo Domingo. 

DELATOUR, HENRY BEECKMAN, Physician and Ed- 
ucator of 73 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born 
March 27. 1866, in New York City. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Coll ;Te of Physicians and Surgons 

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of Columbia College. He is clinical professor of surgery in 
the Long Island College Hospital; attending sui-geon of St. 
John's and Norwegian Hospitals; and consulliiig surgeon to 
St. Mary's Hospital, Jamaica, L.I. He is a member of the 
Crescent, Montauk and University Clubs; and also of the 
American Surgical Association. 

DeLEE, JOSEPH BOLIVAR, Physician, Founder and 
Author of 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was 
born Oct. 28, 1869, in Cold Springs, N.Y. In 1891 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Univer- 
sity Medical School. He is the author of Obstetrics for 
Nurses and other works. 

DEMPSTER, JAMES H., Physician and Editor of 142 
Missouri Avenue, Detroit, Mich. In 1909 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Detroit College of Medicine and 
Surgery. He is editor of the Detroit Medical Journal. 

DENNIS, FREDERIC SHEPARD, Educator, Surgeon 
and Author of 62 East Fifty-fifth Street, New York City, 
was born April 17, 1850, in Newark, N.J. In 1874 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital and 
Medical College. Since 1882 he has been visiting surgeon to 
the Bellevue and St. Vincent's Hospitals of New^ York City. 

DERBY, BASKET, Physician and Author of 7 Hereford 
Street, Boston, Mass., was born June 29, 1835, in Boston, 
Mass. In 1858 he received the degree of M.D. from the Har- 
vard University Medical School. He is the author of The 
Modei'n Operation for Cataract. 

DERCUM, FRANCIS XAVIER, Neurologist and Author 
of 179 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Aug. 10, 
1856, in Philadelphia, Pa. He has received the degrees of 
A.B., A.M., M.D. and Ph.D. Since 1887 he has been neurol- 
ogist to the Philadelphia Hospital, For nine years he was 
instructor of nervous and mental diseases in the University 
of Pennsylvania; and since 1892 has been professor of ner- 
vous and mental diseases in the Jefferson Medical College. 
He is a member of the Neurological Society of Pai'is; the 
Neurological and Psychiatric Society of Vienna; and also a 

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member of the Royal Medical Society of Budapest. He is 
the author of Rest, Mental Therapeutics and Suggestion; 
Clinical Manual of Mental Diseases ; and other works. 

DeROALDES, ARTHUR WASHINGTON, Surgeon and 
Founder of 624 Gravier Street, New Orleans, La., was born 
Jan. 25, 1849, in Opelousas, La. In 1869 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Tulane University of Louisiana. In 1889 
he founded the Eai', Nose and Throat Hospital of New Or- 
leans, of which he is surgeon-in-chief. He is the author of 
Post Nasal Adenoid Growths and Their Treatment and of 
other medical works. 

DETTMAN, CHARLES A., Physician of Burke, Idaho. 
In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. from the Milwaukee 
Medical College. He is president of the State Board of 
Medical Examiners. 

DEVRIES, JOSEPH CARLISLE, Physician, Pathologist 
and Author of 71 Van Sicklen Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was 
born May 26, 1874, in New York City. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from New York University. In 1899- 
1903 he was professor of pathology in the Medical Depart- 
ment of George Washington University. In 1903-05 he was 
commissioned A. A. surgeon, with the rank of lieutenant, in 
the United States Navy ; and for four years was captain and 
assistant surgeon in the Medical Department of New York 
National Guard. He is the author of Seasickness and of 
several other medical works. 

DEWEES, J. HIGHLEY, Physician and Surgeon of 186 
South Park Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born July 12, 1869, 
in Kennedyville, Md. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is visiting surgeon 
to the Mercy Hospital. 

DEWEY, RICHARD, Physician and Medical Director of 
the* Milwaukee Sanitarium, Chicago, 111. In 1869 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. 
He is medical director in charge of The Milwaukee Sani- 
tarium for Mental and Nervous Diseases. 

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DEWEY, WILLIS ALONZO, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 809 Catherine Street, Ann Arbor, Mich., was born 
Oct. 25, 1858, in Middlebury, Vt. In 1880 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the New York Homoeopathic Medical 
College. In 1896 he became professor of materia medica in 
the Homoeopathic Medical College of the University of 
Michigan. He is editor of the Medical Century; and is the 
author of Practical Homoeopathic Therapeutics; Essentials 
of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and other works. 

DEYNARD, ADALBERT BRITTON, Ophthalmologist 
and Author of 333 West Fifty-first Street, New York City, 
was born Jan. 28, 1849, in Picton, Canada. In 1875 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of New 
York City. He is the author of Eye Muscle and other mono- 
graphs. 

JOSE A. DIAZ, Physician of Union Street, Tajardo, 
Porto Rico, was born Dec. 25, 1870- in Porto Rico. He re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical Department of 
Columbia University, at New York City. He has been act- 
ing assistant surgeon in the United States Army ; municipal 
physician and pathologist for the Seventh District of Porto 
Rico ; and was director of The American Station. He is now 
acting assistant surgon of the United States Public Health 
Service; and is medical inspector for the Eighth District 
Sanitation Service of Porto Rico. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association and various other societies. 

DICKEY, JOHN LINDSAY, Physician and Capitalist 
of Wheeling, W. Va., was born Jan. 23, 1855, in Wheeling, 
W.Va. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. He is a director of the National 
Exchange Bank. 

DICKINSON, ROBERT LATOU, Obstetrician and Au- 
thor of 168 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Feb. 
21, 1861, in Jersey City, N.J. In 1882 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. He is ob- 
stetrician to the Methodist Episcopal Hospital; and gyne- 
cologist to St. Mary's Hospital. He is co-editor of the Amcr 
ican Textbook of Obstetrics. 

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DIEFENDORF, ALLEN ROSS, Physician, Lecturer and 
Author of 29 College Street, New Haven, Conn., was born 
Dec. 21, 1871, in Savannah, N.Y. In 1896 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Yale University. Since 1896 he has 
practiced medicine; and is a lecturer in psychiatry at Yale 
University. He is the author of Clinical Psychiatry. 

DIENST, GEORGE ELIAS, Physician, Clergyman and 
Author of 374 Maple Avenue, Aurora, 111., was born March 
8, 1858, in Hamilton County, Ind. In 1898 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the National Medical University of 
Chicago. Since 1898 he has been a practicing physician. He 
is the author of Paul Anjiro; What to do for the Head and 
What to do for the Stomach. 

DIETRICK, THOMAS SCOTT, Physician of Washing- 
ton, N.J., was born Nov. 1, 1866, in Everittstown, N.J, In 
1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann 
Medical College. He is president of the Board of Trade ; and 
medical inspector of schools of his city. 

DIMOND, STACY BANCROFT, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Albany, 111., was born on Jan. 5, 1864, in Boone 
County, 111. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D, from the 
College of Medicine, State University of Iowa. He has been 
engaged in the practice of medicine since 1889. He is pres- 
ident of the First National Bank of Albany. 

DINEEN, JAMES M., Physician of 225 West Wayne 
Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. In 1879 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Rush Medical College, He is president of the 
State Boai'd of Medical Registration and Examination. 

DISHAROON, H. B., Physician and Surgeon of Roanoke, 
Ala. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore, Md. He is 
president of the Central of Georgia Railway Surgeons As- 
sociation. 

DIXON, ARCHIBALD, Physician and Surgeon of Hen- 
dei-son, Ky., where he was born Mai'ch 4, 1844, He received 
ithe degree of B.B. from Sayre School of Frankfort. Ky. ; 
and was educated at the University of Toronto, Canada. He 

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has been president of the Kentucky State Medical Associ- 
ation, the Mississippi Valley Medical Association and the 
McDowell Medical Society; and was a member of the Ken- 
tucky State Board of Health and the Kentucky State Board 
of Tuberculosis Commissioners, He is now a member of the 
Kentucky Board for Charitable Institutions. He is also a 
member of the Kentucky State Medical Association, Miss- 
issippi Valley Medical Association, the Southern Medical 
Society, Henderson County Medical Association and of the 
Mississippi Valley Tuberculosis Conference. 

DIXON, LEWIS SEAVER, Physician of 232 Clarendon 
Street, Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 26, 1845, in New York 
City. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from Harvard 
University. He is a member of the New England Ophthal- 
mological Society. 

DIXON, SAMUEL G., Physician and Surgeon of Harris- 
burg, Pa., was born March 23, 1851, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 
1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. He is president of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences. Since 1905 he has been commissioner of health of 
Pennsylvania. 

DOCK, GEORGE, Physician and Scientist of 1806 Lo- 
cust Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born April 1, 1860, in Hope- 
well, Pa. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. He has been professor of the 
theory and practice of medicine at the University of Mich- 
igan. He is a fellow of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. 

DODD, JOHN M., Physician and Surgeon of 220 East 
Second Street, Waynesburg, Pa. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Sterling Medical College of Colum- 
bus, Ohio. He is chief surgeon to St. Joseph's Hospital of 
Ashland, a member of the Wisconsin Board of Medical Ex- 
aminers, examiner for various insurance companies, and a 
member of several technical and educational societies. In 
1908 he was president of the Ashland Advancement Asso- 
ciation, in 1911 was president of the Wisconsin State Med- 
ical Society, and in 1911-13 was mayor of his city. 

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DODGE, FRANKLIN A., Physician and Banker of Le 
Sueur, Minn., was born Oct. 11, 1862, in Beetown, Wis. In 
1886 he received the degree of M.D. from New York Uni- 
versity. He is president of the Farmers' State Bank. 

DODGE, HENRY NEHEMIAH, Dentist, Author and 
Poet of Morristown, N.J., was born May 19, 1843, in New 
York City. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He 
has practiced his profession in New York City and Morris- 
town, N.J. since 1870. He is the author of Christus Victor ; 
and John Murrays Landfall Mystery of the West and other 
poetical works. 

DODGE, WASHINGTON, Physician and Educator of 
212 Laguna Street, San Francisco, Cal., v/as born in 1859 in 
California. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of California. He is professor of therapeutics in 
the University of California. : 

DODGE, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician and Surgeon of 
205 Quincy Street, Hancock, Mich., was born June 4, 1862, 
in Panama, N.Y. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. He 
is a member of the International Medical Association. 

DODSON, JOHN MILTON, Physician and Scientist of 
25 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was bom Feb. 17, 
1859, in Berlin, Wis. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. He has been dean of stu- 
dents in the Rush Medical College. 

DOERN, W. G., Physician and Dean of Milwaukee, Wis. 
In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the Keokuk 
Medical College. He is dean of the Milwaukee Post-Grad- 
uate Medical College. 

DOGETT, FREDERICK FOBES, Physician of 805 East 
Broadway, Boston, Mass., was born Feb. 22, 1855, in Barn- 
stable, Mass. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He has held many important positions 
and is a member of several societies and orders. 

DOIG, ROBERT LEEPER, Physician of 12 Sefton Blk., 
San Diego, Cal. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. 

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from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Keokuk, la. 
He is president of the San Diego County Medical Society. 

DONOHUE, FLORINCE O., Physician and Surgeon of 
409 South Warren Street, Syracuse, N.Y., was born Oct. 8, 
1850, in Syracuse, N.Y. In 1877 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. He is president 
of the American Anti-Tuberculosis League. 

DONOHUE, FRANK M., Physician and Banker of 139 
Albany Street, New Brunswick, N.J., was born Aug. 17, 
1859, in New Brunswick, N.J. In 1881 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the New York University. He is presi- 
dent of the Peoples' National Bank. 

BORLAND, WILLIAM ALEXANDER NEWMAN, Phy- 
sician and Author of 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, 111. 
He was born at Hilton Head, S.C. He has been surgeon to 
the Second Troop, Philadelphia City Cavalry. He is profes- 
sor of obstetrics in the Chicago College of Medicine and 
Surgery; and professor of gynecology in the Post-Graduate 
Medical School of Chicago. He is a fellow of the American 
College of Surgeons ; is a member of the American Medical 
Association ; the College of Physicians of Philadelphia ; and 
is first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps, of the 
United States Army. He is the author of A Cluster of 
Pearls; The American Illustrated Medical Dictionary; The 
American Pocket Medical Dictionary, the Age of Mental Vi 
tality and other works. 

DORR, EDWARD E., Physician and Editor of Des 
Moines, Iowa. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical Department of the University of Iowa. He is 
editor and publisher of the Iowa Medical Journal. 

DORSET, FRANCIS OSWALD, Educator and Physician 
of 1217 No. New Jersey Street, Indianapolis. Ind., was born 
Nov. 12, 1869, in Indianapolis, Ind. In 1893 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Yale University. He is associate pro- 
fessor of medicine in the Indiana University School of Med- 
icine, and attending physician to the Indianapolis City 
Hospital. 

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DOUGHTY, WILLIAM H., Physician and Educator of 
Augusta, Ga. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical College of Georgia. He is dean of the Medical 
College of Georgia. 

DOUGLAS, ORLANDO B., Physician and Surgeon of 20 
Pleasant Street, Concord, N.H., was born Sept. 12, 1836, in 
Cornwall, Vt. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of the City of New York. He served in the 
eighteenth Missouri Volunteers during the Civil War. He 
has practiced in New York City; and since 1901 has prac- 
ticed his profession in New Hampshire. He was the first 
president of the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention 
of Consumption; and president of the New Hampshire Or- 
phans' Home. He is the author of Modern Methods of 
Treating Nasal Catarrh and other medical works. 

DOW, EDMUND LE ROY, Physician of 17 East Sixty- 
fifth Street, New York City, was born Jan. 22, 1870, in 
Syracuse, N.Y. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is visiting surgeon to Bellevue Hospital. 

DOWDALL, GUY G., Physician of 135 Park Row, Chi- 
cago, 111. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical Department of the College of Physicans and Sur- 
geons. He is permanent secretary of the Joint Association 
of Surgeons of the I. C. and Y. & M. V. Railway Company. 

DOWLING, J. I., Ophthalmologist of 116 Washington 
Avenue, Albany, N.Y. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the New York Homoeopathic Medical College 
and Hospital of New York City. He is president of the 
American Homoeopathic Ophthalmological and Oto-Laryn- 
gological Society. 

DOWLING, LEE H., Clergyman, Physician and Author 
of Fort Wayne, Ind., was born May 18, 1844, in Bellville, 
Ohio. During the Civil War he served as chaplain. He is 
the author of The Crown of Sunday School Songs and of 
other works, 

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DOWLING, OSCAR, Physician of 318 First National 
Bank Building, New Orleans, La., was born Oct. 29, 1866, 
in Montgomery County, Ala. In 1880 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Vanderbilt Medical College. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association ; and associate 
editor of the Journal of the Southern Medical Association. 
He has been director of the Louisiana State Association. He 
is now president of the Louisiana State Board of Health; 
and is serving his second term of 1912-16. 

DOZIER, ORION T., Physician, Inventor and Author 
of 2106 Humboldt Avenue, Birmingham, Ala., was born 
Aug. 18, 1848, in Marion County, Ga. In 1874 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Atlanta Medical College. In 1892 
he was the originator and organizer of the Regents of the 
White Shield; and since* 1876 he has held the office of Su- 
preme Regent Commander. He is the inventor and paten- 
tee of hame for harness, a portable elevator, and a mailing 
machine. He is the author of Foibles of Fancy and Rhymes 
of the Times; and Poems Patriotic. 

DRENNAN, MICHAEL COYLE, Physician and Med- 
ical Director of 124 North Third Street, Easton, Pa. In 
1863 he received the degree of M.D. He became medical 
director with the rank of rear admiral, in the Medical Corps 
of the United States Navy, and is now retired. 

DREWRY, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Physician of 16 Fil- 
more Street, Petersburg, Va., was bom March 10, 1860, m 
Southampton County, Va. In 1884 he received the df^greo 
of M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia. Since 1896 
he has been superintendent of the Central State Hospital. 
He has been president of the Medical Society of Virginia, 
and is a member of the Virginia State Conference Charities 
and Correction, American Medico-Psychological Association 
and the National Association. 

DRISCOLL, WILLIAM EDGAR, Physician and Surgeon 
of Muncie, Ind., was born Oct. 26, 1858, in Muncie, Ind. In 

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1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Col- 
lege of Ohio. He is a member of the leading medical asso- 
ciations and fraternities. He is the authoi- of a monograph 
entitled A Mild Epidemic of Smallpox and other works. 

DRUNERT, NATHANIEL L., Physician and Banker cf 
Triixton, Mo., was born Jan. 10, 1862, in Warren County, 
Mo. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from St. Louis 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is president of the 
Truxton Bank. 

DRURY, ALEXANDER GREER, Physician and Author 
of 704 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Feb. 
3, 1844, in Covington, Ky. In 1868 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1910 
he has been professor emeritus in the University of Cin- 
cinnati. He is the authoi- of Legends of the Apple and of 
various other works. 

DUANE, ALEXANDER, Phl^slcian and Author of 139 
East Thirty-seventh Street, New York City, was born Sept. 
1, 1858, in Malone, N.Y. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He served in the Spanish-American War. He 
is the author of Student's Medical Dictionary and various 
other works. 

DU BOIS, HENRY K., Physician and Surgeon of Port 
Orange, Fla., was born Aug. 31, 1847, in New Berlin, Wis. 
In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue 
Medical College and Hospital. Since 1889 he has been a 
member of the Board of Medical Examiners for Florida. 
Since 1905 he has been president of the Florida State Med- 
ical Association. 

Dubois, JULIAN Arthur, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Sauk Center, Minn., was born Jan. 8, 1856, in 
Azlatan, Wis. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Rush Medical College. He is president of the Merchants' 
National Bank. 

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DU BOSE FRANCIS GOODWIN, Physician and Surgeon 
of 400 Lauderdale Street, Selma, Ala., was born Sept. 27- 
1873, in Maplesville, Ala. He was educated at Marion Mili- 
tary Institute of Ala; in 1893 received the degi'ee of M.D. 
from Tulane University of Louisiana at New Orleans, La. 
In 1896 he took post-gi'aduate courses in New York City; 
in 1900 in London- Berlin and Vienna; and in 1902 in London 
and Paris. He has been president of the Dallas County 
Medical Society; and chairman of the Surgical Section of 
the Southern Medical Association. He is now surgeon-in- 
charge of the Vaughan Memorial Hospital of Selma, Ala. He 
is a member of the American' College of Surgeons, American 
Medical Association, the Southern Medical Association and 
various other medical and scientific societies. 

DUDLEY, EMELIUS C, Physician and Author of 32 
North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born May 29, 1850, in 
Westfield, Mass. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. 
fi;om the Long Island College and Hospital. He is the au- 
thor of Principles and Practice of Gynecology. 

DUDLEY, WILLIAM HENRY, Surgeon and Ophthal- 
mologist of 610 Exchange Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was 
born Jan. 1, 1855, in Madison, Conn. He has received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of New York and the 
University of Southern California. In 1893 he was resident 
assistant surgeon of the New York Ophthalmic and Aural 
Institution. He is a member of the Los Angeles County 
Medical Association, chairman of the eye and ear section of 
the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological 
Association; and the American Academy of Ophthalmology 
and Oto-laryngology. He is attending clinical ophthalmol- 
ogist to the Medical Department of the University of Cal- 
ifornia. 

DULLES, CHARLES WINSLOW, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 4104 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Nov. 29, 1850, in Madras, India. In 1875 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
manager of the University Hospital, University of Penn- 
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DUNCAN, LOUIS C, Naval Physician of Fort Bliss, 
Texas, was born Jan. 2, 1869, in Meriden, Kansas. In 1891 
he graduated from the Kansas Medical College. He is cap- 
tain in the Medical Corps of the United States Army. He 
is the author of History of the Medical Department of the 
United States Army during the Civil War. 

DUNHAM, EDWARD KELLOGG, Physician, Patholo- 
gist and Scientist of 35 East Sixty-eighth Street, New York 
City, was born Sept. 1, 1860, in Newburgh, N.Y. In 1886 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the American Electrical 
College of Ohio. Since 1899 he has been professor of path- 
ology in the University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege. 

DUNN, JAMES H., Physician and Surgeon of Minneap- 
olis, Minn., was born May 29, 1853, in Fort Wayne, Ind. In 
1878 he received the degree of M.D. from New York Uni- 
versity. He has been consulting surgeon to the Great Nor- 
thern Railroad Company. He has been president of the 
Minnesota State Medical Association. 

DUNSMOOR, JOHN M., Physician and Surgeon of 256 
South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born March 12, 
1855, in Minneapolis, Minn. In 1900 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Medicine, University of South 
Carolina. In 1874-86 he taught in the public schools; and 
for ten years was clerk of the Superior Court. He has been 
secretary of the Masonic Board of Relief, and assistant su- 
perintendent of the Los Angeles County Hospital. He is 
attending physician to the Masonic Orphan's Homfe. 

DU PONT, ALFRED CAMILLE, Physician and Educator 
of 310 West Twenty-third Street, New York City, N. Y. 
He was born Nov. 28, 1867, in New York City. He was edu- 
cated in France and America; and in 1895 received the de- 
gree of B.A. and M.D. from New York University. He is 
examiner in lunacy for the State of New York; is a fellow 
of the Medical Society of Greater New York ; and life mem- 
ber of the Society of Science, Letters and Arts of London, 
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versity ; the Alumni of the French Hospital and colonel for 
the National Volunteer Emergency Service. He is director 
of the Grand Conservatory of Music ; one of the organizers 
of the Pleiades Club; and is honorary president of Chopin 
Society. He is also a member of fraternal orders, societies 
and clubs. 

DWIGHT, EDWIN WELLES, Physician and Author of 
87 Milk Street, Boston, Mass., was born Aug. 11, 1863, in 
Auburn, N.Y. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He has been professor of legal med- 
icine at Tufts College Medical School. He is the author of 
Toxicology and other works. 

DYER, ISADORE, Educator and Physician of 124 Bar- 
onne Street, New Orleans, La., was born Nov, 2, 1865, in 
Galveston, Texas. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Yale University. He has been president of the New 
Orleans Parish Medical Society; president of the Louisiana 
State Medical Society ; vice-president of the American Med- 
ical Association, and president of the Southern Medical As 
sociation. He is now president of the American Dermato- 
logical Association, and dean and professor of dermatology 
in the Medical Department of Tulane University. 

EAGLESON, JAMES BEATY, Physician and Surgeon 
of 512 Burke Building, Seattle, Wash., was born Aug. 30, 
1862, in Chillicothe, Ohio. In 1885 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He 
was in the United States Marine Hospital Service, and sur- 
geon-general of N. G. W. He served as president of the 
State Medical Examining Board, and the State Board of 
Health ; and is vice-president of the Young Men's Christian 
Association. He is a member of the Medical Reserve Corps, 
United States Army; a member of the Chamber of Com- 
merce and other organizations. 

EARL, ROBERT O., Surgeon and Banker of 583 Endi- 
cott Arcade, St. Paul, Minn., was born Aug. 27, 1872, in 
Elon, Iowa. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Minnesota. He is president of the Scan- 
dinavian Savings Bank. 

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EARLE, EDWIN G., Physician and Surgeon of 2549 
North Clark Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 29, 1866, 
in Birmingham, Iowa. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chi- 
cago, 111. He has been adjunct professor of medicine in the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago. He is med- 
ical examiner for the Royal Arcanum, Columbian Knights 
and the Fraternal Mystic Circle. 

EARLE, FRANK BRECKENRIDGE, Educator, Physi- 
cian and Surgeon of 22 East Washington Street, Chicago, 
111., was born Oct. 22, 1860, in Illinois. In 1885 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Chicago. He is professor of pediatrics in the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is medical examiner 
for the Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Company and of 
other corporations. 

EARP, SAMUEL E., Physician and Editor of 241/2 Ken- 
tucky Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. In 1882 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Central College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. He is editor of the Journal State Medical Asso- 
ciation; and a member of various organizations. 

EASTMAN, CHARLES ALEXANDER, Physician and 
Author of Amherst, Mass., was born in 1858 in Redwood 
Falls, Minn. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Boston University. He has been government physician at 
Crow Creek, S.D. He is the author of An Indian Boyhood. 

EASTON, FREDERICK EDWARD, Physician and Pub- 
lic Official of 1117 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, N.Y., 
was born Dec. 18, 1861, in Cedarville, N.Y. In 1884 he le- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Long Island College 
Hospital. In 1904-06 he was alderman of Syracuse. 

EATON, SAMUEL LEWIS, Physician of 340 Lake Ave., 
Newton Highlands, Mass., was born Jan. 15, 1853, in Lan- 
caster, Wis. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Yale University. He is proprietor of the Highland Hall 
Sanatarium. 

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EBERHART, NOBLE MURRAY, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 25 East Washington Street, New York City, 
was born April 21, 1870, in Benton Harbor, Mich. In 1894 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Bennett College 
of Eclectic College. He is the author of a series of text 
books on entomology and zoology. 

ECCLES, ROBERT GIBSON, Physician and Chemist of 
681 Tenth Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Jan. 1, 1848, in 
Scotland. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Long Island College Hospital. He is the author of Food 
Preservatives and other works. 

ECKHARDT, WILLIAM R., Physician and Surgeon of 
913 Chronicle Building, Houston, Texas, was born Sept. 15, 
1864, in Texas. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Tulane Uniyersity of Louisiana. He has been visiting 
physician to a charity hospital in Texas. 

EDELEN, CHARLES A., Physician and Editor of 1200 
South Sixth Street, New Albany, Ind. In 1894 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. 
He is editor of the New Albany Medical Herald. 

EDGAR, JAMES CLIFTON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 102 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York 
City, was born June 14, 1859, in New York City. In 1913 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University and 
Bellevue Hospital. He is professor of obstetrics at Cornell 
University. He is the author of The Practice of Obstetrics. 

EDES, ROBERT THAXTER, Physician and Author of 
419 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 23, 1838, 
in Eastport, Maine. In 1861 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He is the author of Nature and 
Time in the Cure of Diseases. 

EDMUNDS, CHARLES WALLIS, Educator, Physician 
and Author of 1619 Cambridge Road, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
was born Feb. 22, 1873, in England. In 1901 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. Since 1907 
he has been professor of materia medica and therapeutics 
in the University of Michigan. He is part author of A Lab- 
oratory Guide in Experimental Pharmacology. 

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EDSWELL, DAVID L., Physician of 80 Marlboro Street 
Boston, Mass. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of the 
American School Hygiene Association. 

EDWARDS, ARTHUR R., Physician and Dean of 104 
South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111, In 1891 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern University Med- 
ical School. He is dean of the Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

EDWARDS, ARTHUR ROBIN, Physician and Author 
of 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was* born on 
June 23, 1867, in Chicago, 111. In 1891 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical 
School. He is dean of the Northwestern University Medical 
School. He is the author of The Practice of Medicine and 
other works. 

EDWARDS, CHARLES M., Physician and Editor of 106 
West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. In 1896 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University College of Medicine 
He is editor and publisher of the Virginia Medical Semi- 
Monthly Magazine. 

EGBERT, SENECA, Physician and Educator of 4814 
Springfield, Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Feb. 17, 
1863, in Petroleum Centre, Pa. In 1888 he received the de- 
gi-ee of M.D. from the Department of the University of 
Pennsylvania. Since 1893 he has been professor of hygiene 
and dean of the Department of Medicine. Since 1898 in the 
Medico ChirurgicaJ College of Philadelphia. 

EGGLESTON, GARY, Physician, Pharmacologist and 
Author of 508 West One Hundred and Fourteenth Street, 
New York City, was born Aug. 18, 1884, in Brooklyn, N.Y. 
In 1907 he received the degree of M.D. from Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College. Since 1911 he has been an in- 
structor in pharmacology in the Cornell University Medical 
School. He is the author of Essentials of Prescription Wri- 
ting and other works. 

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EINHORN, MAX, Physician, Surgeon and Inventor of 
20 East Sixty-third Street, New York City, was born Jan. 
10, 1862, in Russia. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Berhn. He is a member of the New 
York Academy of Medicine and other medical associations. 
He is the author of Diseases of the Stomach. 

EISENDRATH, DANIEL NATHAN, Physician and Au- 
thor of 31 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 
8, 1867, in Chicago, 111. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical School. He 
is attending surgeon to Cook County Hospital of Illinois. 
He is the author of a Text-book of Clinical Anatomy and 
other works. 

EITEL, GEORGE G., Physician and Surgeon of Willow 
and West Fourteenth Streets, Minneapolis, Minn. In 1888 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Minnesota Hos 
pital Medical College. He is chief surgeon of Eitel Hospital. 

ELDER, CHARLES S., Physician and Editor of 446 
Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colo. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Denver College of Medicine. He is 
editor of the Colorado Medicine. 

ELDER, CHARLES S., Physician of 446 Metropolitan 
Building, Denver, Colo. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Denver College of Medicine. He is president 
of the State Board of Medical Examiners. 

ELIOT, GUSTAVUS, Physician and Librarian of 209 
Church Street, New Haven, Conn. In 1880 he received the 
degree of M.D. from^ Columbia University. He is librarian 
of the New Haven Medical Association. 

ELKIN, WILLIAM S., Physician and Dean of 27 Luckie 
Street, Atlanta, Ga. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is dean of the 
Atlanta Medical College. 

ELLINGWOOD, FINLEY, Physician, Editor and Pub- 
lisher of 32 North State Street, Chicago, 111. In 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D. from Bennett i^.Icdical College. 
He is editor and publisher of Ellingwood's Therapeutist. 

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ELLIOTT, ARTHUR R., Physician and College Presi- 
dent of 31 North State Street, Chicago, 111. In 1889 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. He is president of the Post-Grad- 
uate Medical School of Chicago. 

ELLIOTT, GEORGE ROBERT, Physician and Surgeon 
of 48 East Twenty-sixth Street, New York City, was born 
in 1860 in Cayuga County, N.Y. In 1881 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Columbia University He was ortho- 
pedic surgeon to the Montefiore Hospital. 

ELLIS, EDWARD FOREST, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of 20 East Center Street, Fayetteville, Ark., was 
born Aug. 19, 1863, in St. Clair County, Mo. In 1885 he 
received the degi'ee of M.D. from Missouri Medical College. 
He is president of the First National Bank of Fayetteville. 

ELLIS, H. BERT, Educator, Ophthalmologist and Phy- 
sician of 304 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., was born 
May 17, 1863, in Lincoln, Maine. In 1888 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Southern California. 
He is professor of ophthalmology in the University of 
Southern California. 

ELOESSER, LEO, Physician and Librarian of 135 Stock 
ton Street, San Francisco, Cal. He has received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Heidelberg. He is librarian 
of the San Francisco County Medical Society. 

ELSNER, JOHN, Physician and Scientist of 1014 Four- 
teenth Street, Denver, Colo., was born in 1845, in Vienna, 
Austria. In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is known as the 
father of the County Hospital; and is also a member of the 
State, City and County Medical Societies. 

ELTING, ARTHUR WELLS, Physician and Surgeon of 
119 Washington Avenue, Albany, N.Y., was born Oct. 6, 
1872, in South Cairo, N.Y. In 1894 he received the degree 
of A.B. and M.D. from Yale University. He is surgeon to 
the Albany City Hospital; St. Peter's Hospital and Child's 
Hospital of Albany. 

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ELY, THOMAS COX, Physician of 2041 Green Street, 
Philadelphia, Pa., was born July 29, 1863, in Holindel, N.J. 
In 1887 he received the deg-ree of M.D. from tho University 
of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Aniierican Academy 
of Medicine. 

EMANS, J. SEYMOUR, Physician and Surgeon of Rain- 
bow Lake, N.Y., was born Jan. 16, 1864, in Poughkeepsie, 
N.Y. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from Columbia 
University. He has been instructor of medicine in the New 
York Post-graduate Medical School and Hospital; and for 
five years was a member of the New York Board of Health. 

EMERSON, CHARLES P., Physician and Dean of 602 
Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Ind. In 1894 he re- 
ceived the degi'ee of M.D. from Amherst College. He is 
dean of the Indiana University School of Medicine. 

EMERSON, CHARLES PHILLIPS, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 602 Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Ind,, was 
born Sept. 4, 1872, in Methuen, Mass. In 1894 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Amherst College. He has been 
associate in medicine and resident physician in the Johns 
Hopkins University of Baltimore; and assistant professor 
of medicine in Cornell University of Ithaca. He is now pro- 
fessor of medicine and dean in the Indiana University 
School of Medicine. 

EMERSON, GEORGE H., Physician of Bucksport, Me. 
In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
School of Maine at Bowdoin College. He is chairman of the 
State Board of Registration of Medicine. 

EMERSON, JUSTIN EDWARDS, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 128 Henry Street, Detroit, Mich., was born Aug.ll, 
1841, in Hawaii. In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Williams College. He has been assistant physician in 
the Michigan Insane Asylum at Kalamazoo. In 1893 he 
was president of the American Academy of Medicine. 

EMERY, WILLIAM H., Physician of 109 Warwick St., 
Boston, Mass., was born May 11, 1818, in Sail ford, Maine. 
In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. fron\ Plarvard Uni- 
versity. In 1882-83 he was surgeon of the First Battalion 

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Cavalry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. He is a member 
of the Massachusetts Medical Society, and of the Norfolk 
District Medical Society. 

EMERY, Z. TAYLOR, Physician of 66 Broadway, New 
York City, was born Feb. 22, 1847, in Novi, Mich. In 1874 
he received the degree of M.D. from Detroit Medical Col- 
lege and from the Long Island College Hospital. For three 
years he was commissioner of health for the City of Brook- 
lyn; and for seventeen years medical director of the Man- 
hattaTi Life Insurance Company. He is regent of the Long 
Island College Hospital; and has been attending physician 
of Kings County for fourteen years. He is the inventor of 
a cork pessary ; and is a member of various organizations. 

EMMET, THOMAS ADDIS, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 95 Madison Avenue, New York City, was bom May 
29, 1828, in Virginia. In 1850 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is the author 
of The Principles and Practice of Gynecology. 

ENGER, ANTON, Physician of 51 Bay Seventeenth 
Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Sept. 16, 1866, in Norway. 
In 1897 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the L^niversity 
of Christiana, Norway; and took post-graduate studies in 
Sweden and Germany. He is a member and physician of 
Knights of the White Cross; Sons of Norway; Daughters 
of Norway ; Associated Physicians of Long Island ; and is a 
member of various other organizations. 

ENGLAND, W. L., Physician, Druggist and Banker of 
Jewett, Ohio, was born in 1853 in Steuben ville, Ohio. In 
1881 he received the degree of M.D. from the Columbus 
Medical College. He is president of the Jewett State Bank. 

ENGLE, PERRY, Physician and Surgeon of Newton, 
Iowa, was born July 16, 1841, in Findlay, Iowa. In 1871 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan; and took post-gi'aduate courses in the Long Island 
Medical College. He has been alderman of his city; served 
as a member of the School Board; and was a member of the 
State Senate in the twenty-third and the twenty-fourth 
General Assemblies. 

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ENGLISH, DAVID COMBS, Physician and Editor of 
New Brunswick, N.J. In 1868 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is editor of the Journal Medical Society of 
New Jersey. 

ENGLISH, VIRGIL P., Physician and Author of 2183 
East Seventy-fourth Street, Cleveland, Ohio- was born Jan. 
8, 1858, in Salem County, N.J. In 1892 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Cleveland Hon"toeopathic Medical 
College. He is proprietor of the Ohio State Publishing 
Company. He is the author of Mental Physical Culture and 
other works. 

ERDMANN, CHARLES ANDREW, Physician and An- 
atomist of Minneapolis, Minn., was born in 1866, in Mil- 
waukee, Wis. He received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Minnes- 
ota. Until 1896 he was demonstrator of anatomy, became 
assistant professor of anatomy, and since 1900 has been 
professor of anatomy in the Medical Department of the 
University of Minnesota. 

ERICHSEN, HUGO, Physician, Founder and Author of 
240 Chandler Avenue, Detroit, Mich., was born June 22, 
1860, in Detroit, Mich. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery. He 
has been assistant editor of the Detroit Clinic. He founded 
the Michigan Cremation Association and the Detroit Cre- 
matorium. He is the author of The Cremation of the Dead 
and other works. 

ERNST, HAROLD C, Pathologist of 8 Greenough Av- 
enue, Boston, Mass. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He is secretary of the American 
Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists. 

ESHNER, AUGUSTUS A., Physician and Author of 
1019 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 17, 
1862, in Memphis, Tenn. In 1888 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is the author 
of Essentials of Diagnosis and other works. 

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ESTES, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Surgeon and Author 
of South Bethlehem, Pa., was born on Nov. 28, 1855, in 
Brownsville, Tenn. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Virginia. Since 1883 he has been a 
lecturer on physiology and hygiene in the Lehigh Univer- 
sity. He is the author of Treatment of Fractures. 

EVANS, LESLIE BALLARD, Physician and Banker of 
Clarkton, N.C., was born Feb. 15, 1869, in Fayetteville, N.C. 
In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
College of Medicine. He is president of the Bank of Bladen. 

EVANS, NIELS CHRISTIAN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Mount Horeb, Wis., was born July 10, 1857, in 
Perry, Wis. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Illinois ; and since 1884 has practiced his 
profession in Mount Horeb. In 1887-1909 he conducted a 
drug business, which is still carried on by his son. He has 
also been identified with other business interests; is chief 
surgeon of a hospital ; is engaged in farming ; and is presi- 
dent of the State Bank of Mount Horeb and other corpor- 
ations. He has been president of his city, a member of the 
Wisconsin State Assembly and is also United State Pension 
Surgeon. 

EVE, DUNCAN, Physician of 702 Church Street, Nash- 
ville, Tenn., was born May 1, 1853, in Augusta, Ga. In 1874 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He is professor of surgery and dental sur- 
gery at the Vanderbilt University of Nashville. 

EVE, ROBERT CAMBELL, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 4 King Building, Augusta, Ga., was born May 15, 
1843, in Augusta, Ga. He is the author of Influence of the 
Ovaria in the Uterine Disorders and other works. 

EVERHART, OLIVER T., Physician and Genealogist 
of Hanover, Pa., was born May 18, 1832. In 1856 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. 
He has been assistant surgeon in the United States Army. 
He is the author of History of the Everhart and Shower 
Families and other works. 

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FAIRBANKS, ARTHUR WILLARD, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Ethnologist of 591 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., 
was born Oct. 9, 1869, in Boston, Mass. In 1894 he received 
the degree of M.D. from Harvard University. He is one of 
the Board of Directors of the Fairbanks family in America 
Association; a member of the Boston Society of Natural 
History and various other organizations. 

FAIRBRAIRN, HENRY ARNOLD, Physician and Au- 
thor of 249 McDonough Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born 
May 5, 1855, in Catskill, N.Y. In 1877 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Virginia. He has been 
president of the Medical Society of Kings. He is the author 
of The College Warden and other works. 

FAIRBROTHER, H. C, Physician and Surgeon of East 
St. Louis, 111. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Washington University Medical School. He is presi- 
dent of the Surgeons Association of the Rock Island Lines. 

FAIRCHILD, DAVID GRANDISON, Botanist and Sci- 
/entist of Washington, D. C, was born in April 7, 1869, in 
Lansing, Mich. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Since 1889 
he has been botanist ; and since 1903 has had charge of the 
foreign explorations. He organized the work of seed and 
plant introduction in the United States Department of 
Agriculture at Washington. 

FAIRCHILD, DAVID S., Educator, Physician, Surgeon 
and College President of Columbus. Ohio, was born Sept. 16, 
1847, in Fairfield, Vt. For two years he was president of 
the Iowa College of Physicians and Surgeons. Since 1897 he 
has been special examining surgeon of the Milwaukee Rail- 
road ; and is a member of the American Medical Association 
and other organizations. 

FAIRMAN, CHARLES EDWARD, Physician and Au- 
thor of Lyndonville, N.Y., was born Dec. 28, 1856, in Yates, 
N.Y. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from Wash- 
ington University Medical School. Since 1889 he has been 
United States Pension Examiner. He is the author of Fungi 
of Western New York. 

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FAISON, JOHN MILLER, Physician and Statesman of 
Faison, N.C, was born April 17, 1862, in Faison, N.C. In 
1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Virginia. He has been a member of Congress for the term 
of 1911-15. 

FARLOW, JOHN WOODFORD, Physician and Laryn- 
gologist of 234 Clarendon Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
Aug. 28, 1853, in Boston, Mass. In 1877 he received the 
degree of M.D. from Harvard University. He has been 
clinical instructor in laryngology at the Harvard Medical 
School. 

FARRAR, LILIAN K. P., Physician and Gynecologist 
of 40 West Ninety-sixth Street, New York City, was born 
in Newton, Mass. In 1900 she received the degree of M.D. 
from Cornell University. She has also done post-graduate 
work in Vienna, Austria. She has been instructor of di- 
seases of women in the New York Post-Graduate Medical 
School and Hospital ; and gynecologist to the Post-Graduate 
Dispensary. She is medical examiner for the New York 
Life Insurance Company. 

FARRELL, PATRICK JOSEPH HOSHIE, Surgeon and 
Educator of 32 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born 
March 18, 1864, in India. In 1892 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine; was educated 
in the private schools of Calcutta, India ; in England and in 
Germany. In 1898 he was surgeon of the Spanish-American 
and Philippine wars; and is professor in the Chicago Col- 
lege of Medicine and Sui'gery. In 1908-09 he was comman- 
der-in-chief of the Army of the Philippines. IJe is a mem- 
ber of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otol- 
ogy and other o]'ganizations. 

FASSETT, CHARLES WOOD, Medical Editor and Phy- 
sician of 613 Lathrop Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born 
Feb. 14, 1862, in Middlebuiy, Ind. He has been a lecturer 
on medical history in the University Medical College of 
Kansas City, Mo. ; and since 1900 has been secretary of the 
Medical Society of the Missouri Valley. For twenty-five 
years he has been managing editor of the Medical Herald. 

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FAVILL, HENRY BAIRD, Physician and Educator of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III, was born Aug. 14, 
1860, in Madison, Wis. In 1883 he received the degTee of 
M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He has been president 
of the Chicago Medical Society. In 1898 he was appointed 
Ingalls professor of preventive medicine and therapeutics 
in Chicago. 

FAY, FRANKLIN GOBLE, Physician and Surgeon of 
529 Slater Street, Worcester, Mass., was born March 22, 
1865, in Elgin, 111. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Long Island College Hospital. He has been pres- 
ident of the Sacramento Valley Medical Society; and pres- 
ident of the California State Medical Society. 

FELLOWS, GURNEE, Physician and Oculist of 30 No. 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born April 27, 1863, in 
Milwaukee, Wis. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital. He has 
studied medicine in Vienna, Paris and London. He is at- 
tending oculist and chief of staff at Hahnemann Hospital. 

FELTER, HARVEY WICKES, Physician and Author of 
1728 Chase Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born June 15, 
1865, in Rensselaer, N.Y. In 1888 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Institution. He is the 
author of Medical Monographs. 

FERGUSON, JOHN P., Physician and Surgeon of 2408 
West Market Street, Louisville, Ky., was born Oct. 28, 1865, 
in Jonesboro, Tenn. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He has been instructor 
in the Hospital College of Medicine. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association. 

FERRIS, ALBERT WARREN, Physician, Neurologist 
and Founder of Reservation Commission, Albany, N.Y., was 
born Dec. 3, 1856, .'n Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of the City of New 
York. He has been incorporator, director and financial sec- 
retary of the Pringle Memorial Home of Poughkeepsie. 

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FERRIS, HARRY B., Physician and Educator of 150 
York Street, New Haven, Conn., was born May 21, 1865, in 
Old Greenwich, Conn. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Yale University. He is professor of anatomy in 
the Medical Department of Yale University. 

FEST, FRANCIS T. B., Physician and Bacteriologist of 
East Las Vegas, N.M., was born Nov. 2, 1860, in Germany. 
He was educated in the Universities of Heidelberg and Ber- 
lin; and has received the degrees of M.D. and S.C.D. He 
came to the United States in 1886 and became colonel and 
sergeant-general in the Medical Reserve Corps of the United 
States Army. He has been president of the New Mexico 
Medical Society; and vice-president of the American Inter- 
national Congress and Tuberculosis. 

FIELD, ARCHELAUS G., Physician a.nd Public Official 
of 1314 Twelfth Street, Des Moines, Iowa, was born Nov. 
15, 1829, in Ontario County, N.Y. In 1864 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York. He is president oi' the Des Moines School of 
Technics. He has been president of the Iowa State Medical 
Society and mayor of his city. 

FIELD, BENJAMIN RUSH, Soldier, Physician and Au- 
thor of 415 Northampton Street, Easton, Pa., was born 
Nov. 3, 1861, in Easton, Pa. In 1893 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He served in 
the Spanish-American War and attained the rank of lieu- 
tenant-colonel in the Thirteenth Regimient Infantry Penn- 
sylvania National Guard. He has been mayor of Easton, Pa. 
He is the author of Medical Thoughts of Shakespeare and 
other works. 

FIELDER, FRANK SIDNEY, Physician and Surgeon 
of 1 West Eighty-first Street, New York City, was born in 
1866 in Dansville, N.Y. He has received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has been 
assistant surgeon in the United States Navy. 

FINNEY, JOHN M. T., Physician of 1300 Eutaw Place, 
Baltimore, Md. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 

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Harvard University. He is president of the American Col- 
lege of Surgeons. 

FIREBAUGH, ISAAC L., Physician of Robinson, 111. In 
1875 he received the degree of M.D. from Miami Medical 
College. He is president of the Association of Big F^our 
Railway Surgeons. 

FISCHEL, WASHINGTON EMIL, Physician and Edu- 
cator of Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mo., was born May 
29, 1850, in St. Louis, Mo. In 1905 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Washington University. He is professor of 
clinical medicine in the Medical Department of Washington 
University. 

FISCHER, CHARLES SEBASTIAN, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, was born Jan. 28, 
1847, in New York City. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Columbia College and M.A. from Trinity College. 
For two years he was in New York Hospital Out-Patient 
Department; also clinical assistant to the College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons of New York. He is a memlber of the 
Medico-Legal Society and other organizations. 

FISCHER, HERMANN, Surgeon, Educator and Author 
of New York City, was born April 24, 1871, in Clausthal, 
Harz Mountains, Germany. In 1896 he graduated from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; 
and is a post-graduate of Berlin and Leipzig. He is instruc- 
tor in clinical surgery of the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons; consulting surgeon to Rockaway Beach and United 
Portchester Hospital; also adjunct visiting surgeon of the 
German Hospital. He is the author of Two Cases of Rare 
Congenital Malformations, Fibroma of the Stomach, In- 
juries of the Pancreas and various other works. 

FISCHER, LOUIS, Physician and Author of 155 West 
Eighty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Nov. 21,1864, 
in Austria. In 1884 he received the degi^ee of M.D. from 
New York University. He is the author of Infant Feeding 
in Health and Disease and other works. 

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FISCHER, MARTIN HENRY, Physician and Author of 

Southeast corner of Bryant Avenue and Telford Street, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, was born Nov. 10, 1879, in Germany. In 1901 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical Col- 
lege. Since 1905 he has been professor of pathology at the 
Oakland School of Medicine. He is the author of Physiology 
of Alimentation and other works. 

FISHER, ALBERT W., Physician of 815 Erie Street, 
Toledo, Ohio. In 1860 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Jefferson Medical College. He is dean of the Toledo 
Medical College, Department of Medicine. 

FISHER, CHARLES E., Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 31 Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 7, 
1853, in North Benton, Ohio. In 1903 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Northwestern University. He is the au- 
thor of Fisher's Diseases of Children and other works. 

FISHER, EDWARD D., Physician and Neurologist of 
19 West Fifty-second Street, New York City, was born in 
1856 in New York City. In 1878 he received the degi-ee of 
M.D. from New York University. He is consulting physician 
to the Manhattan State Hospital. 

FISHER. JUDSON C, Physician and Surgeon of 45 
William Street, New York City, was born April 16, 1886, in 
Renoro, Pa. He received the degree of Ph.B. from Syracuse 
Univ. ; and in 1913 took M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Columbia University. In 1907-09 he was 
associate director of athletics at Syracuse ; for one year was 
professor of athletics at Washburn College, Topeka, Kans. ; 
and in 1913 received first appointment at the open examin- 
ation at the City Hospital, N.Y. He is now chief medical ex- 
aminer for the Globe Indemnity Company of New York; 
and instructor in surgery to the Post Graduate Medical 
School and Hospital of New York. He is a fellow of the 
American Medical Association ; a member of the County ard 
State Medical Societies ; the West Side Clinical Society ; the 
Clinical Society of the Post Graduate Medical School and 
Hospital ; the Clinical Society of the City Hospital Alumni ; 
also the Casualty and Surety Clubs and various fraternal 
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FISK, ARTHUR LYMAN, Physician of 41 West Fif- 
tieth Street, New York City, was born in May, 1860, in St. 
Paul, Minn. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University. He has been surgeon to Trinity Hos- 
pital, the Babies' Hospital and St. John's Guild, Seaside 
Hospital and other institutions. 

FISK, EUGENE LYMAN, Physician and Medical Dir- 
ector of 25 West Forty-fifth Street, New York City, N. Y. 
He was born Jan. 1, 1867, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was edu- 
cated at Trinity School, of New York City; and in 1888 
graduated with honors and received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of New York. He practiced medicine in 
Brooklyn and was attached to the Brooklyn East District 
Brooklyn and was attached to the Brooklyn East District 
Dispensary and Hospital until 1891, when he became med- 
ijcal examiner for the Equitable Life Assurance Society, 
serving in New York City, Chicago and St. Louis until 1898, 
when he resigned and became connected with the Medical 
Department of the Provident Savings Life Assurance So- 
ciety of which he was appointed assistant medical director 
in 1900, and medical director in 1903. He is a fellow of the 
American Medical Association; the New York Academy of 
Medicine ; and is a mmber of the American Medical Associ- 
ation and other medical societies. He is the author of Es- 
says on Insurance and scientific subjects. 

FISKE, JAMES PORTER, Surgeon and Founder of 32 
West Forty-eighth Street, New York City, was born Nov. 
22, 1866, in New York City. In 1891 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
New York City. He was one of the founders of the School 
for Crippled Children in New York City. 

FITCH, WILLIAM EDWARD, Gynecologist, Lecturer 
and Author of 355 West One-hundred and Forty-fifth St., 
New York City, was born May 29, 1867, in Burlington, N.C. 
In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Suigeons, at Baltimore. He has been a lec- 
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adjunct attending gynecologist of the Philanthropin Hos- 
pital of New York City. He is first lieutenant of the Med- 
ical Reserve Corps of the United States Army. He is the 
author of Some Neglected History of North Carolina, and 
Fitch's Medical Pocket Formulary and other works. 

FITE, FRANCIS B., Physician of Muskogee, Okla. In 
1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the Southern 
Medical College. He is president of the State Board of Med- 
ical Examiners. 

FITZGIBBON, THOMAS, Educator and Physician of 
415 Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., was born on March 1, 

1854, in Troy, N.Y. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. Since 1893 he has been 
professor of the diseases of women in the Wisconsin College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

FITZPATRICK, THOMAS VANHOOK, Physician of 19 
West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born April 9, 

1855, in Nicholsville. In 1875 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery ; 
studied abroad, and received the degree of Ph.D. from Twin 
Valley College. He has gained special distinction as a spec- 
ialist in diseases of the ear, nose and throat. 

FLEMING, ERNEST WILLIAM, Physician of 924 Trust 
and Savings Building, Los Angeles, Cal. In 1885 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. 
He is an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist. 

FLEMING, JAMES MONRO, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Mount Vernon, Texas, was born May 1, 1858, in 
Clarksville, Texas. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Vanderbilt University. He is president of the First 
National Bank. 

FLETCHER, BURRELL ALEXANDER, Physician and 
Banker of Augusta, Ark., was born Oct. 14, 1862, in Lafay- 
ette County, Miss. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is president 
of the Augusta Title and Trust Company. 

FLETCHER, HUBERT H., Physician of Winchester, 111. 

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111 1899 he received the de^-ee of M.D. from Barnes Medical 
College. He is president of the Tri-State Medical Society of 
Iowa, Illinois and Missouri. 

FLEXNER, SIMON, Physician and Editor of 150 East 
Sixty-first Street, New York City. In 1889 he received the 
deg^ree of M.D. from the University of Louisville. He is 
editor of the Journal of Experimental Medicine. 

FLEXNER, SIMON, Physician, Educator and Scientist 
of 150 East Sixty-first Street, New York City, was born 
March 25, 1863, in Louisville, Ky. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Louisville. He is the 
director of laboratories, Rockefeller Institute for medical 
research of New York City. He is a noted pathologist and 
bacteriologist; and the discoverer of a curative serum for 
epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis. 

FLICK, LAWRENCE F., Physician and Author of 738 
Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Aug. 10, 1856, in 
Carrolltown, Pa. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He is the author of 
Consumption a Curable and Preventable Disease. 

FLINT, AUSTIN, Physician, Surgeon and Author of 118 
East Nineteenth Street, New York City, was born March 
28, 1836, in Northampton, Mass. In 1857 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. In 1895 
he was president of the New York State Medical Associ- 
ation. He is the author of Physiology of Man, in five vol- 
umes, and other works. 

FLINT, JAMES MILTON, Physician of Stoneleigh Ct., 
Washington, D.C. In 1860 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Harvard University Medical School. He became 
medical director with the rank of rear-admiral, in the M-^d- 
ical Coips of the United States Navy, now retired. 

FLINT, JOSEPH MARSHALL, Surgeon and Anatomist 
of 320 Temple Street, New Haven, Conn., was born July 8, 
1872, in Chicago, III. In 1900 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins 
University. Since 1907 he has been professor of surgery at 
Yale University. 

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FOOTE, DELLIZON ARTHUR, Physician and Surgeon 
of Paxton Block, Omaha, Neb., was bom April 14, 1860, in 
Leroy, Ohio. He has been president of the National Obste- 
trical Society, the American Institute of Homeopathy; and 
Missouri Valley Homeopathic Medical Society. He is now 
vice-president of the Physicians Casualty Association of 
America. 

FOOTE, JOHN AMBROSE, Physician and Author of 
1849 Mintwood Place, Washington, D.C., was born June 9, 
1874, in Archbald, Pa. In 1906 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Georgetown University. He is the author of 
The Essentials of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

FORD, CLYDE ELLSWORTH, Physician of 1021 Pros- 
pect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, was born March 26, 1874, in 
Leetonia, Ohio. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
He has been secretary of the Board of Health of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

FORDYCE, JOHN ADDISON, Physician and Author of 
8 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
Feb. 16, 1858, in Guernsey County, Ohio. In 1881 he re- 
teived the degree of M.D. from the Chicago Medical Col- 
lege. He is professor of dermatology and syphilology in the 
Columbia University; and is visiting dermatologist to the 
City Hospital. He is the author of numerous Monographs on 
subjects connected with dermatology and syphilis. 

FORGET, ALPHONSUS JOSEPH, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 1047 South Bonnie Brae Street, Los Angeles, Cal., 
was born May 14, 1859, in Paris, France. He has received 
the degrees of A.M., M.S. and M.D.; and in 1874 received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Louvain. Since 
1894 he has practiced medicine in Los Angeles, Cal. He is a 
member of the California State Homoeopathic Society and 
of the South California Homeopathic Medical Society. He 
has been a lecturer on physiology in the St. Thomas Po.st- 
Graduate School of the University of Louvain in Belgium. 

FORT, RUFUS E., Physician of Nashville, Tenn. Tm. 
1894 he received the degree of M.D. from Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity. He is president of the State Board of Health. 

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FORWOOD, WILLIAM STUMP, Physician and Author 
of 526 First Street, Pewee Valley, Ky., was born Jan. 27, 
1830, in Darlington, Md. In 1887 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Louisville Medical College. He is the author of 
Descriptive Account of Mammoth Cave and other works. 

FOSTER, BURNSIDE, Physician and Editor of 821 Low- 
ry Building, St. Paul, Minn. In 1886 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Harvard University Medical School. He is 
editor of the St. Paul Medical Journal. 

FOSTER, JAMES IRDLE, Physician, Surgeon and Bank 
er of Huntsville, Tenn., was born April 15, 1874, in Hunts- 
ville, Tenn. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Lincoln Memorial University. He is president of the First 
National Bank. 

FOSTER, MARTIN D., Physician and Statesman of 01- 
ney, 111., was born Sept. 3, 1861, in West Salem, 111. He has 
received the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Col- 
lege in 1882. He has been maj'or of his city. In 1907-15 he 
was a member of Congress. 

FOSTER, ROBERT HEATH, Physician, Surgeon and 
Navy Official of Kaye Building, Meridian, Miss., was born 
Sept. 13, 1884, in Shiloh, Miss. In 1898 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Tulane University of Louisiana. He is 
lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of the Navy. 

FOSS, ALVINE WARREN, Physician of Rockland, 
Maine, was born Dec. 27, 1871, in Poland, Maine. In 1904 he 
received the degi-ee of M. D. from the Harvard University 
Medical College. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association. 

FOSTER, JAMES I., Banker, Physician and Surgeon of 
Huntsville, Tenn., was born March 15, 1874, in Huntsville, 
Tenn. In 1901 he received the degree of M. D. from the 
Lincoln Memorial University. He has been president of 
the First National Bank. He is serving his sixth term as 
County Health Officer from 1914-15. 

FOSTER, WILLIAM DAVIS, Physician of Kansas City, 
Mo., was born Sept. 7, 1841, in Van Buren County, Iowa. In 
1869 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Col- 

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lege of Missouri. He has been assistant surgeon of the 
seventh Missouri cavahy volunteers. 

FOWLER, HARRY ATWOOD, Surgeon of 1332 Mass 
Avenue, Washington, D. C, was born Sept. 22, 1872, in 
Boston, Mass. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Johns Hopkins University. He is secretary of the Amer- 
ican Association of Genito-Urinary Surgeons. 

FOWLER, P. VAN BENSCHOTEN, Physician of Centre 
Moriches, N. Y., was born Feb. 6, 1866, in Newburgh, N. Y. 
In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medico- 
Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. For four years he was 
secretary of the Suffolk County Medical Society; and is a 
merrtber of the American Medical Association, the State 
Medical Society and Associated Physicians of Long Island. 

FOX, GEORGE HENRY, Soldier, Physician and Author 
of 616 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Oct. 8, 
1846, in Ballston Spa, N. Y. In 1889 he received the degi'ee 
of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He has been 
president of the New York State Medical Society. He has 
published Photographic Illustrations of Skin Diseases. 

FRANCE, JOSEPH IRWIN, Physician and Statesmian of 
St. Deposit, Md., was born Oct. 11, 1873, in Port Deposit, 
Md. In 1895 he graduated from Hamilton College of Clinton, 
N.Y. ; and attended the University of Leipzig, Germany, and 
Clark University, of Worcester, Mass. In 1903 he received 
the degi-ee of M.D. from the College of Physicans and Sur- 
geons of Baltimore. He has been a member of Maryland 
State Senate; in 1908 was a delegate to the National Re- 
publican Convention; and is now a member of the United 
States Senate from Maryland for the term of 1917-23. He 
has been secretary of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty 
of Maryland ; and is a trustee of Hamilton College. 

FRANCINE, ALBERT PHILIP, Physician and Author 
of 1932 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Dec. 8, 
1873, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1898 he received the degee 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania He is the 
author of The Modern and Specialized Treatment of Pul- 
ntonary Tuberculosis. 

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FRANZONI, CHARLES WILLIAM, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 605 I Street, Washington, D.C., was born Aug. 15, 
1837, in Washington, D.C. In 1905 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the George Washington University. He has 
been president of the Medical Association of the District of 
Columbia. 

FRASER, EDWIN JOSEPH, Physician, Surgeon and 
Scientist of San Francisco, Cal., was born Aug, 14, 1830, in 
Ontario, Canada. In 1864 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital. In 
1900-05 he was general manager of the insurance of the in- 
surance department of the U. B. R. E, He is the author of 
several monographs and contributions to medical and scien- 
tific literature. 

FRAZIER, CHARLES HARRISON, Surgeon and Sci- 
entist of 1724 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was bom 
April 19, 1870, in Germantown, Pa. In 1892 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. 
He is professor of clinical surgery in the school of medicine 
<)f the University of Pennsylvania. 

FREEMAN, ALBERT HOWARD, Physician of Starke, 
Florida, was born July 3, 1866, in Marshall County, Ky. In 
1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the Kentucky 
School of Medicine. He has been president of the Florida 
State Medical Society. 

FREEMAN, EDWARD DUNN, Physician and Banker 
of Osgood, Ind., was born Nov. 4, 1853, in Manchester, Ind. 
In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
College of Ohio. He is president of the Osgood Bank. 

FREEMAN, LEONARD, Surgeon of 424 Metropolitan 
Bldg., Denver, Colo., was born Dec. 16, 1860, in Cincinnati, 
Phio. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Ohio. He has been president of the 
Colorado State Medical Society. He is professor of surgery 
in the medical department of the University of Colorado. 

FREEMAN, ROWLAND GODFREY, Physician of 8 
West Seventh-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
June 11, 1859, in New York City. In 1881 he received the 

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degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
New York City. He is adjunct professor of pedriatics in the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical School. 

FREER, OTTO TIGER, Physician of 25 East Washing- 
ton Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 8, 1857, in Chicago. 
In 1879 he received the degi^ee of M.D. from the Rush Med- 
ical College. Since 1896 he has been professor of diseases 
of the throat and nose at the Chicago Polyclinic. He is a 
member of the Royal Society of Medicine, London. 

FREIBERG, ALBERT HENRY, Orthopedic Surgeon of 
19 West Seventh Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Aug. 
17, 1868, in Cincinnati, Ohio In 1890 he received the degree 
of M.D. from ahe Medical College of Ohio. He has been 
president of the American Orthopedic Association. Since 
1902 he has been professor of orthopedic surgery in the 
Medical Department of the University of Cincinnati. 

FRENCH, EDWARD, Physician of Medfield, Mass., was 
born March 17, 1857, in Deerfield, Iowa. In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Dartmouth Medical School. He 
is superintendent of the Medfield State Hospital. 

FRENCH, HARLEY E., of Grand Forks, N. D. In 1907 
he received the degree of M.D. from the North Western 
University Medical School. He graduated from the North 
Western Medical School. He is dean of the University of 
North Dakota College of Medicine. 

FRENCH, JOHN M., of Milford, Mass. He graduated 
from the University of Vermont. In 1877 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Vemiont. He is 
librarian of the Thurber Medical Association. 

FRENCH, PINCKNEY, Surgeon and Educator of 
Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo., was born May 10, 1852, in 
Audrian County, Mo. In 1873 he received the degi'ee of 
M.D. from the Miami Medical College. He has been pro- 
fessor of anatomy in the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Chicago, 111. 

FRENCH, SALPHRONIUS H., Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of 40 Church Street, Amsterdam, N. Y., was born 
July 16, 1837, in Broome County, N. Y. In 1859 he received 

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the degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. He 
served in the civil war. He is president of the Amsterdam 
Savings Bank. 

FRETZ, CLAYTON DETWEILER, Physician and 
Banker of Sellersville, Pa., was born Nov. 16, 1844, in Bucks 
County, Pa. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Uinversity of Pennsylvania. He is president and direc- 
tor of the Sellersville National Bank. 

FRICK, JOHN, Physician and Public Official of 364 N. 
Garland Avenue, Memphis, Tenn., was born Sept. 20, 1865, 
in Memphis, Tenn. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Memphis Hospital Medical College. He is chief 
assistant of food and drugs inspector in the Department of 
Food and Drugs, in the State of Tennessee. 

FRIEDENWALD, HARRY, Ophthalmologist of 1029 
Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md., was born Sept. 21, 1864, 
in Baltimore, Md. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Johns Hopkins University. Since 1902 he has been 
professor of ophthalmology and otology in the college of 
Physicians and Surgeons. He is the author of Life, Letters 
and Addresses of Aaron Friedenwald. 

FRIEDENWALD, JULIUS, Physicians and Author of 
1013 N, Charles Street, Baltimore, Md., was born Dec. 20, 
1866, in Baltimore, Md. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M. D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Balti- 
more. He is a professor of diseases of the stomach at the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. He is the 
author of Diet in Health and Disease and other medical 
works. He was appointed by President Taft as first lieu- 
tenant of the reserve medical corps. United States Army. 

FRITSCHE, LOUIS ALBERT, Physician, Surgeon and 

Banker of New Ulm, Minn., was born May 28, 1862, in 

Lafayette, Minn. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 

the University of Michigan. He is president of the Brown 

County Bank. 

FRITZ, WALLACE, of 1600 Summer Street, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. In 1894 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from 
the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. He is dean 
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FRONCZAK. FRANCIS EUSTACE. Physician of 806 
Fillmore Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y., was born Sept. 20, 1874, in 
Buffalo. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Buffalo. Since 1907 he has been assistant 
health commissioner of Buffalo. 

FRY, HENRY DAVIDSON, Physician, Obstetrician and 
Author of 1929 Nineteenth Street, Washington, D.C., was 
born April 11. 1853, in Richmond, Va. In 1876 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He 
is the author of Maternity. 

FRYE. DANIEL WADSWORTH, Physician and Banker 
of 4819 Second Avenue, Pitteburgh, Pa., was born April 20, 
1870, in Pennsylvania. In 1897 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Western Pennsylvania Medical College. He 
is president of the Hazlewood bank and a director of other 
corporations. 

FULLER, CHARLES GORDAN, Surgeon, Oculist and 
Artist of 32 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was bom April 
9, 1856, in Jamestown, N.Y. In 1881 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Chicago Homoeopathic Medical College. 
He has been major and surgeon in the First regiment of the 
Illinois National Guard. 

FULLER, EUGENE. Surgeon and Author of 252 Lex- 
ington Avenue, New York City, was born May 8, 1858, in 
Wayland. Mass. In 1884 he received the degi'ee of M.D. 
from the Harvard University Medical School. He is the 
author of Diseases of the Genito-Urinary system. 

FULLBRTON, ANNA M., Physician and Author of 
Nashville Road, Dehra Dun, U. P., India, was born Aug. 16, 
1853, in Agra, India. About 1878 she received the degi^ee 
of M.D. from the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. 
She has been Clinical Professor of Gynecology in the Wom- 
an's Medical College of Pennsylvania; and a Lecturer on 
Surgery and Operative Midwifery in Medical School for 
Women in North India. She is the author of Books on 
Nursing; and a contributor to Obstetrical and Gynecological 
journals. 

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FULTON, FRANK TAYLOR, Physician of 36 Prospect 
Street, Providence, R. I., was born April 28, 1867. in West- 
moreland County, Pa. In 1899 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. He is visiting 
physician of the Rhode Island Hospital. 

FURBUSCH, CHARLES LINCOLN, Physician of 510 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born December 2, 
1863, in New York City. In 1893 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. 
He has been chief sanitary officer of Havana. Since 1911 
he has been chairman of the Philadelphia Milk Commission. 

FUSSELL, HILTON HOWARD, Physician of 421 
Lyceum Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 24, 1855, 
in Eelvidere, Pa. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1911 he has 
been professor of applied therapeutics in the University of 
Pennsylvania. 

FUTCHER, THOMAS BARNES, Physician of 23 West 
IFranklin Street, Baltimore, Md., was born Jan. 1, 1871, in 
Canada. In 1893 he received the degi^ee of M.D. from the 
Toronto University. Since 1901 he has been associate pro- 
fessor of medicine in the Johns Hppkins University. 

FYFE, JOHN WILLIAM, Physician and Author of 
Saugatuck, Conn., was born Feb. 27, 1839, in Swan's Island, 
/Maine. In 1887 he received the degi*ee of M.D. from the 
Eclectic Medical College of New York. He is president of 
the Connecticut eclectic state medical examination board. 
He is the author of Genealogy of the Fyfe Family and other 
works. 

GABRIEL, MGRDITCH SIMB AD, Physician of 410 West 
Twenty- third StreeT, New York City, was born Dec. 15, 1856, 
in Eghin, Armenia. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
!from the Central Turkey College. He is president of the 
Armenian General Progressive Association ; and president of 
the Ottoman Red Crescent Society. He is the author of The 
Regeneration of the Armenians; the Art of Elocution and 
other works. 



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GAGE, HOMER, Surgeon of 72 Pearl Street, Worcester, 
Mass., was born Oct. 18, 1861, in Worcester, Mass. In 1887 
he received the deg-ree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical College. He is surgeon to the Worcester, City and 
Memorial Hospitals. 

GAGE-DAY, MARY, Physician of Kingston-on-Hudson, 
N.Y., was born in Worcester, N.Y. In 1888 she received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. She 
is lecturer for the State Department of Health on various 
medical topics. 

GAINES, LEWIS McFARLAND, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 1023 Empire Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., was born May 16, 
1878, in Staunton, Va. In 1903 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. He has received 
the degrees of A.B. and B.S. from Hampden-Sidney College ; 
In 1904-07 he was professor of anatomy and physiology in 
the Wake Forest College; and in 1911-12 was professor of 
neurology in the Atlanta School of Medicine. Since 1913 
he has been professor of nervous and mental diseases in 
the Atlanta Medical College. Hte is a member of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association ; and ^he Georgia Medical Associa- 
tion. 

GALE, SPARRELL, Physician of 139 Salem Avenue, 
Roanoke, Va. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is president of the Association of Surgeons of the Nor- 
folk and Western Railway. 

GALGANO, PANCRAZIO G., Physician of 225 East 
Twenty-eighth Street, New York City, was born Nov. 19, 
1877, in Albano di Lucania, Italy. He graduated from the 
Naples university and received the degree of M.D. ; and took 
a post-graduate course in the Hospital Incurables of Naples. 
He is a successful physician of New York City, and assistant 
to the New York Polyclinic Hospital. 

GALLAGHER, CHARLES T., Physician and Statesman 
of Mount Sterling, Ohio, was born Sept. 22, 1870, in Mount 
Sterling. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery. In 1906-12 he 

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was Mayor of his city. He is now a member of the State 
Senate. 

GALLANT, ALBERT ERNEST, Surgeon and Gyne- 
cologist of 616 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born 
June 27, 1861, in Sudbury, England. In 1890 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of New York City. He graduated from the med- 
ical department of Columbia University of New York City; 
and in 1903-06 was professor of gyneology in the New York 
School of Clinical Medicine, of which institution he was 
vice-president and treasurer in 1904-06. He is treasurer of 
the American Therapeutic Society. He is the author of 
over sixty papers on medical subjects. 

GALLAUDET, BERN BUDD, Educator, Surgeon and 
Author of 110 East Sixteenth Street, New York City, was 
born Feb. 11, 1861, in New York City. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Sui'geon of New York City. He is the author of Surgery 
Quiz Com|3ends. 

GALLOWAY, ETHELBERT H., Physician of Jackson, 
Miss. In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Nashville He is editor of the Health Bulle- 
tin. 

GALVIN, J. W.. Physician and Surgeon of 1917 Third 
Street, Louisville, Ky., was born Jan. 18, 1862, in Cadyville, 
■N. Y. In 1894 he received the degi'ee of !M.D. from the 
University of Louisville. He is assistant in obstetrics and 
clinical gynecology in the Kentucky School of Medicine . 

GALLWEY, JOHN, Physician and Surgeon of 177 Post 
Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born Aug. 17, 1863, in Cali- 
fornia. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of California. He has been surgeon-general of 
the California National Guard. 

GAMBER, WILLIAM PERRY, Physician of Muskegon, 
Mich., was born Dec. 27, 1854, in Fayette, Ohio. In 1881 he 
received the degree of M.D. irowi the Western Reserve Uni- 
versity. He is the author of numerous medical papers. 

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GANT, SAMUEL GOODWIN, Surgeon and Author of 
205 West 57th Street, New York City, was born May 9, 
1869, in Knoxville, Mo. In 1897 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Missouri Medical College. He has received 
the degrees of M.D., and LL.D. Since 1899 he has been 
professor of the diseases of the colon, rectum and anus in 
New York Post Garduate Medical School and Hospital He 
is a member of the Am.erican Medical Association; the 
American Proctologic Society; and the New York Academy 
of Medicine. He is the author of Constipation and Intestinal 
Obstructions; Diarrheal, Catarrhal and Parasitic Diseases 
of the Gastro-Intestinal Tract; and other works. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM S., Physician and Surgeon of 6 
West Preston Street, Baltimore, Md. In 1885 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Baltimore. He is editor of the Journal Alumni 
Association College Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM SISSON, Gynecologist and 
Author of 6 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Md., was born 
Sept. 23, 1861, in Athens County, Ohio. In 1885 he received 
the degree of M.D. from, the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Baltimore. Since 1893 he has been professor 
of gynecology in the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
He is the author of Text Book of Gynecology. 

GARRISON, CHARLES GRANT, Physician, Lawyer and 
Jurist of Merchantville, N. J., was born Aug. 3, 1849, in 
Swedesboro, N.J. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1884 he was judge 
advocate general of New Jersey. Since 1888 he has been 
an associate justice of the supreme court of New Jersey. 

GARRISON^ FIELDING HUDSON, Physician and 
Surgeon of 2532 Thirteenth Street, Washington, D.C., was 
born Nov. 5, 1870, in Washington, D.C. In 1893 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Georgetown University. Since 
1903 he has been editor of the Index Medicus. He is the 
author of An Introduction to the History of Medicine and 
other works. 

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GARRISON, JOHN BOGGS, Physician and Surgeon of 
616 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Jan. 8, 1849, 
in Blawenburg, N. J. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the New York Homeopathic Medical College. He 
is consulting laryngologist to the New York State Depart- 
ment of Health. 

GARVIN, LUCIUS FAYETTE CLARK, Soldier, Phy- 
sician and Statesman of Lonsdale, R. I., was born Nov. 13, 
1841, in Knoxville, Tenn. In 1867 he received the degree of 
M.D. Harvard University Medical School. He has been a 
representative in the Rhode Island State Legislature; and 
a member of the State Senate. In 1903-04 he was Governor 
of Rhode Island. 

GARY, I. CLARK, Physician and Surgeon of 22d and 
Archer Avenue, Chicago, 111. In 1889 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical School. 
He is superintendent of the Peoples Hospital and Training 
Rchool for Nurses. 

GATES, JOSEPH A., Physician and Financier of Kenyon 
Minn., was born Sept. 11, 1870, in Rochester, Minn. In 1895 
he received the degree of M.D. from the New England Uni- 
versity of Arts and Sciences. He is president of the Reed 
Pope Development Company. 

GATES, LOWELL MASON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Director of 802 Mulberry Street, Scranton, Pa., was born 
[.TVIjarch 26, 1852, in Scott, Pa. In 1878 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He has 
been president of the Lackawanna County Medical Society. 
He is director of the Board of Trade Real Estate Company. 

GATEWOOD, JAMES DUNCAN, Medical Director and 
Author of Washington, D.C., was born May 24, 1857, in 
Halifax County, Va. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Virginia Medical Institute. Since 1912 he has been 
in command of the Naval Medical School and Naval Hospital 
at Washington, D.C. He is the author of Naval Hygiene. 

GAVIN, MICHAEL FREEBERN, Physician of 546 
Broadway, South Boston, Mass., was born on May 12, 1844, 
in Ireland. In 1864 he received the degree of M.D. from the 

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Harvard University Medical School. He has been trustee 
of the union institution for savings, and a director of the 
Mattapan Deposit and Trust Company. He is a member 
of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement and various 
medical societies. 

GAY, FREDERICK CLIFFORD, Physician of 447 Han- 
cock Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born April 18, 1864, in 
Belfast, Maine. He was educated in the public and private 
school of Maine; in 1891 graduated from the New York Uni- 
versity Medical College ; practiced in Maine two years ; in 
Vera^ont nine years; and since 1902 in New York and 
received the degree of M.D. He is examiner for the Pru- 
dential Insurance Company; and is on the staff of pi'ivate 
surgical sanitarium. He is the author of Alkaloidal Thera- 
peutics and other works. 

GAY, STONEWALL JACKSON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Lineville, Ala., was born May 28, 1863, in Davis- 
ton, Ala. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Southern Medical College. In 1904 he was probate judge of 
Clay County. He is president of the Citizen's National Bank 
of Lineville. 

GAYLORD, HARVEY RUSSELL, Surgeon of 103 Oak- 
land Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born Oct. 4, 1872. in Sagi- 
naw, Mich. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Pennsylvania University. He is director of the State 
Institute for the Study of Malignant Diseases. He is the 
author of Reports of State Cancer Laboratory. 

GEHRMANN, ADOLPH, Physician and Surgeon of 31 
North State Street, Chicago, 111. In 1890 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical 
School. He is president of the Columbus Medical Labora- 
tory. 

GEIGER, JACOB, Surgeon of 614 Francis Street, St 
Joseph, Mo., was born July 25, 1848, in Wurttemberg, Ger- 
many. He was brought to America in 1856; and in 1P72 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Louis- 
ville. In 1907 he received the degree of LL.D. from the 
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AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SUEGEON 

in St. Joseph, Mo.; and since 1883 has been dean and pro- 
fessor of surgery in the Ensworth Medical College of St. 
Joseph, Mo. He is president of the American Exchange 
Bank, the St. Joseph Transfer Company, and is the owner 
of St. Francis Hotel. 

GEIL, D. F., Physician and Banker of Broadway, Va., 
was born May 28, 1864, in Dayton, Va. In 1893 h^ received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. He i$ president of the First National Bank. 

GEIST, EMIL SEBASTIAN, Orthopedic Surgeon of 614 
Syndicate Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn., was born May 9, 1878, 
in St. Paul, Minn. In 1900 he- received the degi'ee of M.D. 
from the University of Minnesota. He is orthopedic sur- 
geon for the St. Mary's and other hospitals. 

GAY, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Surgeon of 665 Boyls- 
ton, Street, Boston, Mass., was born Jan. 14, 1842, in Swan- 
zey, N. H, In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University Medical School. Since 1872 he has been 
surgeon to the Boston City Hospital. 

GELLHORN, GEORGE, Gynecologist of 508 N. Grand 
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born Nov. 7, 1870, in Germany. 
In 1895 he received the degi^ee of M.D. from the University 
of Wurzburg. He is a member of the medical staff of the 
St. Luke's Hospital. 

GEOHEGAN, WILLIAM ANTHONY, Physician of 3026 
Price Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born June 21, 1859, in 
Paris, 111. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Pulte Medical College. He has been president of the Hom- 
eopathic Medical Society of Ohio. 

GEORGE, EDGAR JESSE, Physician, Oculist and Aurist 
of 110 North Wabash Avenue, was born May 17, 1863, in 
Fairfield, Iowa. In 1891 he graduated from the Chicago 
Homeopathic Medical College. He has been professor of 
opthalmology and otology in the Chicago Homeopathic Med- 
ical College; attending oculist and aurist of the Chicago 
Homeopathic Hospital, the Cook County Hospital, Frances 
Willard Hospital, and the Chicago Union Hospital, and was 
secretary of the Illinois Homeopathic Medical Association. 

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He is now professor of opthalmolog"y and otology in the 
Hahnemann Medical College; and attending oculist and 
aiirist to the Hahnemann Hospital. He is a member of the 
American Institute of Homeopathy, the Illinois Medical So- 
ciety and the Homeopathic Medical Society of Chicago. 

GEORGE, JOHN C, Physician of Orchard Springs, Day- 
ton, Ohio. In 1908 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Miami Medical College. He is resident medical director of 
the Orchard Springs Sanitarium. 

GERE, GEORGE GRANT, Surgeon and Author of 1031 
Fillmore Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born Dec. 27, 1848, 
in Greene, N. Y. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical Institute Cincinnati, Ohio. Since 1886 he 
has been professor of sui'gery in the California Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of a series of lectures on Callopratic 
Surgery. 

GERRISH, FREDERIC HENRY, Physician and Author 
of 675 Congi'ess Street, Portland, Maine, was born March 
21, 1845, in Portland, Maine. In 1869 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Medical School of Maine, Eowdoin College. 
Since 1892 he has been visiting surgeon to the Maine gen- 
eral hospital of Portland. He has been president of tho 
Maine State Board of Health. He is the author of Anti- 
septic Surgery and other works. 

GERSTER, ARPAD GEYZA CHARLES, Surgeon and 
Author of 34 East Seventy-fifth Street, New York City, 
was born Dec. 28, 1848, in Hungary. In 1872 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Vienna. Since 
1878 he has been surgeon to the German Hospital of New 
York City. He is the author of the Rules of Septic and 
Antiseptic Surgery. 

GETTY, ROBERT W., Physician, Surgeon and County 
Official of Hamilton, Mont., was born Jan. 20, 1868, in White 
Bear, Minn. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Uhiversity of Pennsylvania. He is county coroner for 
his sixth term of 1912-14. 

GIBB, JOSEPH SCRIBNER, Physician of 1907 Chest- 
nut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Feb.. 11, 1859, in 

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Philedelphia, In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1893 he has been 
surgeon in charge of the eye, nose and throat department 
of the Episcopal Hospital. 

GIBBON, JOHN H., Surgeon and Author of 1608 Spruce 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born on March 16, 1871, in 
Charlotte, N. C. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He served in the 
Spanish-American war. Since 1907 he has been profesor of 
surgery at the Jefferson Medical College. 

GIBBS, SAMUEL WHELPLEY, Physician of 263 Pine 
Street, Fall River, Mass., was born July 20, 1855, in Fall 
River, Mass. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Dartmouth Medical College. He was city physician of Fall 
River, and attending surgeon of the City Hospital for three 
Vears. For twenty years he was examiner of the Phoenix 
Life Insurance Company ; and for fifteen years examiner of 
the Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company. For nine years 
he was assistant surgeon general and chief surgeon of the 
Department of Massachusetts, Patriarchs Militant, with the 
rank of lieutenant-colonel. He is life member of the Na- 
tional American Red Cross Association ; is a member of the 
American Association of Medical Examiners, the Fall River 
Medical Society, the National Security League Inc. and of 
various other societies and organizations. He is also a mem- 
ber of the Congregational Randall and Republican Clubs ; is 
also a member of the Fall River Chamber of Commerce. 

GIBBY, HERBERT B., Physician and Surgeon of 96 
*South Franklin Street, Wilkesbarre, Pa. In 1895 he 
received the degi-ee of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is president of the Association of Surgeons 
of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. 

GIBNEY, VIRGIL PENDLETON, Physician, Surgeon 
and author of 16 Park Avenue, New York City, was bom 
Septeni(ber 29, 1847, in Jessamine County, Ky. In 1871 he 
received the degi-ee of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He has been for several years professor 
in the medical department of the Columbia University. He 
is the author of The Hip and Its Diseases. 



AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON 

GIBSON, CHARLES REUEL, Physician and Banker of 
Woodsville, N. H., was born May 12, 1852, in Alstead, N. H. 
In 1875 he received the degree of M.D, from the Medical 
School of Maine at Bowdoin College. He is president of the 
Woodsville Savings Bank. 

GIBSON, LORENZO P., Physician and Surgeon of 19 
Urquhart Bldg., Little Rock, Ark., was born Aug. 18, 1855, 
in Little Rock, Ark. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He has been president 
of the Arkansas Medical Society. He is acting assistant 
surgeon to the United States Marine Hospital Service. 

GIBSON, SAMUEL CARROLL, Surgeon of Reno, Nev., 
was born Sept. 9, 1857, in Steelville, Mo. In 1879 he received 
the degi-ee of M.D. from the Missouri Medical College. Since 
1899 he has been president of the Nevada State Board of 
Health. Since 1900 he has been chief surgeon of the Ne- 
vada, California and Oregon Railroad Company. 

GIFFEN, ROBERT EMMETT, Physician and Surgeon of 
Lincoln, Neb., was born Aug. 25, 1859, in Coatsville, Pa. In 
1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College. He studied in the University of New 
York and at Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He was 
major and chief surgeon in the United States volunteers 
during the Spanish-American war. He has been surgeon- 
general of the Nebraska National Guard. He is attending 
surgeon to the St. Louis Hospital of Lincoln. 

GIFFORD, HAROLD, Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon 
of Omaha, Neb., was born Oct. 18, 1858, in Milwaukee, Wis. 
In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Michigan 
School of Homoepathy, In 1879 he received the degree of 
B.Sc. from Cornell College; in 1882 received the degree of 
M.D. fromi the University of Michigan, later receiving the 
honorary degree of M.A. from that institution; and took 
post-graduate studies in New York, Vienna and Zurich. 
Since 1886 he has practiced his profession in Omaha; and 
since 1903 has been professor of ophthalmology and otology 
^n the University of Nebraska. Since 1897 he has been 
editor of the Ophthalmic Record. 

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GILBERT, FRANK Y., Physician of 148 Park Street, 
Portland, Maine. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. He 
is editor of the Maine Medical Journal. 

GILCHRIST, THOMAS CASPAR, Physician of 330 N. 
Charles Street, Baltimore, Md., was born June 15, 1862, in 
England. In 1907 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Maryland. Since 1898 he has been clinic pro- 
fessor of dermatology in the Johns Hopkins University. He 
has been president of the American Dermatological Asso- 
ciation. 

GILE, JOHN MARTIN, Physician of Hanover, N. H., 
was born March 8, 1864, in Pembroke, N. H. In 1890 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Dartmouth Medical 
School. Since 1910 he has been dean and professor of clinical 
surgery in the Dartmouth Medical School. 

GILES, JABEZ EDWARD, Physician and Author of 156 
Fifth Avenue, New York City, was born Jan. 23, 1853, in 
Rockport, Mass. In 1884 he received the degre of M.D. from 
the New York University. Since 1898 he has been oph- 
thalmic surgeon to the Manhattan eye, ear and throat hos- 
pital, lie is the author of Nursing in Diseases of the Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat. 

GILFILLAN, W. WHITEHEAD, Physician and Oculist 
of 31 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was bom Dec. 
14, 1868, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1890 he received the degi'ee 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is consulting oculist to St. Vincent's Hos- 
pital of State Island. 

GILLESPIE, GEORGE YANCEY, Physician and Banker 
of Duck Hill, Miss., was born Aug. 4, 1855, in Lafayette 
County, Miss. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical Department University of Mississippi. He is 
president of the Duck Hill Bank. 

GILLESPIE, ROBERT L„ Physician of 714 Davis Street, 
Portland, Ore. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Willamette University. He is medical director of the 
White Cross Sanitorium. 

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GILLIAM, DAVID TOD, Soldier, Educator, Surgeon and 
Author of 333 State Street, Columbus, Ohio, was born April 
3, 1844, in Hebron, Ohio. In 1871 he received the degi'ee of 
M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. He served in the 
civil war as a corporal. He has been professor of gyne- 
cology at the Starling Medical College. He is the author of 
Pccket-Book of Medicine and other works. 

GILLILAND, SAMUEL HOWARD, Physician and Bac- 
,tV3riologist of Marietta, Pa., was born on Dec. 10, 1877, in 
Oak Hall Station, Pa. In 1904 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1902-06 he was 
bacteriologist to the state livestock sanitary board of Penn- 
sylvania, and became its executive ofRcer and secretary. 
Since 1911 he has been director of laboratories in the Penn- 
sylvania State Department of Health. 

OILMAN, ROBERT WINTHROP, Physician and oph- 
thalmologist of Detroit, Mich., was born Nov. 2, 1865, in 
Detroit, Mich. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Detroit College of Medicine. He has been assistant sur- 
geon to the British Ophthalmic Hospital in Jerusalem. 

GILMER, THOMAS LEWIS, Physician and Dentist of 
Chicago, 111., was born Feb. 19, 1849, in Lincoln County, Mo. 
In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the Quincy Col- 
lege of Medicine. He has received the degrees of D.D.S., 
M.D. and ScD. Since 1891 he has been professor of oral 
surgery in the Northwestern Uniiversity Dental School; 
and is oral surgeon to St. Luke's Hospital. He is a member 
of the American Medical Association ; the Illinois State 
Medical Society ; Chicago Medical Society ; the State Dental 
Society ; and other medical and scientific organizations. 

GILMORE, ROBERT, Physician and Surgeon of 506 
Ware Blk,, Omaha, Neb., was born June 4, 1856, in Ireland. 
In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the Queens Uni- 
versity. He is a contributor to medical magazines and 
reviews. 

GILMOUR, ANDREW JAMES, Dermatologist of 133 E. 
57th Street, New York City. He was born March 1, 1871, in 
Fulton, N. Y. He was educated at Fulton Union School; 

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Falley Seminary; Margate College, Kent, England; Phillips 
Academy; graduated from^ the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, New York City; received the degree of Ph.B. 
from Columbia Colege; also studied abroad at the Uni- 
versity of Gottingen in Gennany and Vienna, Austria. He 
has been attending surgeon of St. Mary's Free Hospital for 
Children; for five years was captain and assistant surgeon 
of the Medical Department of the State of New York, 
assigned for duty to the Thirteenth Artillery District; and 
is assitant surgeon of the Dispensary at Cornell University 
Medical College; attending dermatologist of New York City 
Childrens Hospital and Schools ; consulting dermatologist of 
Manhattan State Hospital and Englewood Hospital. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association of Military 
Surgeons and the Society of Moral Prophylaxis. In 1915 he 
made the first Ascent of Mount Cavell in Alberta, and of 
other unnamed peaks in British Columbia. He is the author 
of A Retractor for Minor Surgery, The Hypodermic Treat- 
ment of Syphilis, Report of a Case of Herpes Facialis, A 
Case of Gumma of the Lower Eye Lid. A Case of Artificial 
Dermatitis and other works. 

GINNASI, FRANCIS, Physician and Inventor of 118 
MacDougal Street, New York City, was born Feb. 14, 1859, 
in Bologna, Italy. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York University. He attended the university 
of Brussels, graduated from the New York University and 
took a post-graduate course in Gordon's Hospital. He has 
been assistant physician to the New York Dispensary, visit- 
ing Physician to the Italian sailors' hospital of Brooklyn and 
visiting physician to the Italian home. Hje is the inventor 
of an acetylene gas generator. 

GIRDNER, JOHN HARVEY, Physician and surgeon of 
47 West Seventy-first Street, New York City, was bom 
March 8. 1856, in Cedar Creek, Tenn. In 1879 he received 
the degree of M.D, from the Long Island College Hospital. 
He is the author of Newyorkitis and other works. 

GITTINGS, J. CLAXTON, Physician and Author of 3942 
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 23, 1874, 

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in Williamsport, Pa. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the co-author 
of Artificial Feeding of Infants. 

GIVINS. AMOS J., Physician of Stanford, Conn. He 
gi-aduated from Stanford Medical College ; and received the 
degree of M.D. He is proprietor of Dr. Givins' Sanitarium. 
GLASSCOCK, S. S., Physician of 910 Rialto Bldg., 
Kansas City Kans. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. He is president of the Med- 
ical Association of the Southwest. 

GI-EASON, CHARLES M., Physician and Surgeon of 811 
Fork Street, Manitowoc, Wis., was born March 11, 1869, in 
Lima, Wis. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Rush Medical College. He has been city physician and presi- 
dent of the County Medical Society. 

GLEASON, EDWARD BALDWIN, Educator, Physician, 
Surgeon and author of 2033 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 
Fa., was born Oct. 13, 1854 in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is chemical professor and a member of the 
senior faculty of the medico-chirurgical college of Phila- 
delphia. He is the author of Essential of Diseases of the 
Ear and other works. 

GLENN, W. S., Physician and Surgeon of 125 Pugh 
Street, State College, Pa. In 1883 he graduated from the 
Street, State College, Pa. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati, Ohio. 
He is president of the National Eclectic Medical Association. 
GLOSEMEYER, LOUIS HENRY, Physician and Banker 
of O'Fallon, Mo., was born Dec. 27, 1872, in Marthasville, 
Mo. In 1897 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the Beau- 
mont Hospital Medical College St. Louis, Missouri. He is 
president of the Gennan-American Bank. 

GLOVER, GEORGE B., Physician of Monticello, Fla. In 
1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. He is president of the Board of Medical 
Examiners. 

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GOBLE, EZRA T., Physician and Banker of Earlville, 
III, was born Oct. 6, 1850, in Paw Paw, III In 1874 he re- 
ceived the degi'ee of M.D. from the Rush Medical College, 
Chicago. He was twice mayor of his city. He is president 
of the Earlville National Bank. 

GODFREY, F. H., Physician of Chelsea, Vt. In 1881 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Col- 
lege of New York City. He is president of the State Board 
of Medical Registration. 

GOEPP, R. MAX, Physician o 1716 Locust St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is dean of the Phila- 
delphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine. 

GOFFE, JAMES RIDDLE, Surgeon of 616 Madison Ave., 
New York City, was born Aug. 10, 1851, in Kenosha, Wis. 
In 1881 he received the degi^ee of M.D. from the Bellevue 
Hospital Medical College. He has received the degrees of Ph. 
B., Ph.M., M.D. Since 1896 he has been professor at the 
New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital ; and since 
1905 professor in the Dartmouth Medical College. He is 
president of the International Congress for Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. He is a member of the American College of 
Surgeons ; and the New York State Medical Association. 

GOGSWELL, WILLIAM F., Physician of Capitol Bldg., 
Helena, Mont. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Dallrousie University Medical Faculty. He is editor of 
the Bulletin Department Public Health. 

GOLDBERGER, ISIDOR HARRY, Physician of 1066 
Clay Avenue. He was born Aug. 24, 1888, in New York City. 
He was educated in the DeWitt Clinton High School ; in 1910 
graduated from the University and Bellevue Hospital Med- 
ical College ; and received the degiee of M.D. For one year 
he was house physician for the J. Hood Wright Memorial 
Hospital; in 1911-12 house physician of the New York 
Nursery and Childs Hospital; and is assistant director of 
Educational Hygiene of the Department of Education; also 
assistant to the Chair of Pediatrics of the Bellevue Medical 
College. He is a member of Bronx County Medical Society, 

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Progi'esive Literary Society ; the American Medical Associa- 
tion ; and of the Bronx County Milk Commission. 

GOLDEN, WILLIAM W., Surgeon and Public Official of 
Elkins, W. Va., was born in 1867 in Russia. In 1892 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the New York University. 
He is president of the West Virginia State Board of Health 
for the term of 1911-15. 

GOLDSTEIN, MAX A., Physician of 4060 Washington 
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. In 1892 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Missouri Medical College. He is editor and 
publisher of The Laryngscope. 

GOLDTHWAIT. JOEL ERNEST, Surgeon of 272 Marl- 
borough Street, Boston, Mass.. was born June 18, 1866, in 
Marblehead, Mass., in the year of 1885 he received the 
degree of S.B. from Massachusetts Agricultural College and 
M.D. in 1890 from' Harvard University, and since in practice 
at Boston. He was house officer of the Boston City and 
Children's Hospitals; assistant orthopaedic surgery, from 
1902, now instructor of orthopaedics at Harvard Medical 
School; and orthopaedic surgeon of Massadigestant. He 
established a research laboratory in New York; and is con- 
sulting chemist of Parke, Davis and Company. He is presi- 
dent of the Takamine Ferment Company and the Chicago 
International Takamine Ferment Company. In 1906 was 
decorated by Emperor of Japan with Fifth Order of the 
Rising Sun; and in 1913 was appointed by the Emperor a 
member of the Royal Academy of Science. He is a mlember 
of the Lotos, Chemist, Drug and Chemical, New York Ath- 
letic, Bankers and Nippon Clubs. 

GOLER, GEORGE W., Physician of 173 Alexander St., 
Rochester, N. Y., was born Aug. 24, 1864, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uiiiverslty 
of Buffalo. He has been president of the Hospital Medical 
Society. Since 1896 he has been health officer of his city. 

GOODALE, JOSEPH LINCOLN, Physician of 258 
Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born aJn. 22,1868, in 
Saco, Maine. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard University Medical College. Since 1908 he has 

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been instructor in laryngology in the Harvard Medical 
School. 

GOODELL, RICHARD HENRY, Physician and Surgeon 
of Richford, N. J., was bom Oct. 28, 1839, in Clarkson, 
N. Y. He was educated in the Toronto School of Medicine ; 
received his license in New York in 1864 ; and for Missouri 
in 1890. He is assistant surgeon of the New York Cavalry 
in Richford, N. Y. 

GOODHUE, EDWARD SOLON, Physician and Author 
of Holualoa, Hawaii, T.H,, was born Sept. 29, 1861, in Pro- 
vince of Quebec. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. 
fvovn, the Rush Medical College. He has received the de- 
grees of A.B. and A. M. In 1892-95 he practiced medicine in 
Riverside, Cal. ; and in 1895 was appointed government 
physician to Hawaii. In 1909 he was a delegate to the in- 
ternational congress on inebriety held in London and the 
same year was a delegate to the international congress on 
leprosy held in Norwaj'. Since 1909 he has been proprietor 
of the Kona Hospital. He is the author of Verses from the 
Valley; Beneath Hawaiian Palms and Stars; Songs of the 
Western Sea ; and other works. 

GOODHUE, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Physician of Keala- 
kekua, Hawaii, H. I., was born Oct. 4, 1869, in Canada. In 
1897 he received the degree of M.D. Since 1904 he has been 
$urgeon to the Molokai Leper Clinic. He is medical super- 
intendent of the Molokai Leper Settlement. 

GOODMAN, CHARLES, Physician and Author of 809 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born June 14, 1871, 
in Hungary. He graduated from the Medical Department 
of the Western Reserve University, and received the degree 
of M.D. ; and is a post-graduate of the House Staff, Charity 
Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hospital. For three years he was 
assitant in gynecology to the New York Polyclinic Hospital ; 
attending surgeon Beth Israel Hospital, Montefiore Home; 
and chief of Mt. Sinai Hospital Dispensary. He is a member 
of the American, New York State, New York County, and 
Harlem Medical Societies; Mt. Sinai Alumni and of the 
Metropolitan, Eastern and Physicians Mutual Aid Associa- 

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tions. He is the author of Surgery in Syphilis, Venesection 
in Pneumonia, Report of Interesting Genito-Urinary Cases, 
Intestinal Obstruction, Rupture of Uterus and Cei-vical 
Placents and other works. 

GOODMAN, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Physician of 136 
West Eighty-seventh Street, New York City, was born Jan. 
22, 1873, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1891 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Wurzburg, Germany. Since 
1895 he has practiced medicine; is visiting physician to the 
A.A. Jacobi ward for children in the German hospital. 

GOODWIN, EDWARD J., Physician and Surgeon of 
3525 Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo. In 1894 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the St. Louis Medical College. He is 
editor of the Journal Missouri State Medical Association. 

GOODMAN, SAMUEL, Physician of 148 Townsend St., 
Boston, Mass., was born July 5, 1866, in Kova, Russia. In 
1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann 
Medical College and Hospital. He is the author of The 
Danger of Premature Interment among the Jews; and the 
Signs of Death ; and other works. 

GORDINIER, HERMON CAMP., Physician of 89 Fourth 
Street, Troy, N.Y., was born May 21, 1864, in Troy, N.Y. 
In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from Albany Medical 
College; in 1896 A.M. from Williams College; and attended 
the University of Prague, Bohemia. He engaged in practice 
at Troy, N. Y. Since 1895 he has been professor of phy- 
siology and anatomy of the nervous system of the Albany 
Medical College ; and since 1915 professor of the practice of 
medicine at that college. He is attending physician to the 
Protestant Orphan Home and the Samaritan Hospital, at 
Troy. He is a member of the American Mdeical Association, 
Association of American Physicians, New York State Med- 
ical Society, American Neurological Association and the 
Amercan Therapeutic Society. 

GORDON, ALFRED, Physician and Author of 1812 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 2, 1870, in 
Paris, France. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 

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the University of Paris, France. In 1899-1909 he was asso- 
ciate in nervous and n^ental diseases in the Jefferson Medical 
College of Philadelphia. He is neurologist for the Douglas 
memorial and other hospitals. He is the author of Diseases 
of the Nei*vous System. 

GORDON, SETH CHASE, Physician, Surgeon and 
Political Economist of 157 High Street, Portland, Maine, 
was born Aug. 17, 1830, in Fryeburg, Maine. In 1855 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Dartmouth Medical 
School. He has been vice-president of the American Medical 
Association. He is one of the vice-presidents of the anti- 
imperialist league for Maine. 

GORDON, WILMER I., Physician and Surgeon of 2236 
East 105th Street, Cleveland, Ohio. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. He is 
dean of the National School of Manual, Physical and Sug- 
gestive Therapeutics. 

GORGAS, WILLIAM C, Physician and Surgeon of War 
Department, Washington, D.C. In 1875 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of South Sewanee, Tenn. 
He is surgeon-general in the medical department of the 
United States Army with the rank of brigadier-general. 

GORHAM, GEORGE H., Physician and Statesman of 
Bellows Falls, Vt., was born Oct. 9, 1857, in Westminster 
West. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the New 
York University. In 1908 he was a member of the state 
legislature; and has been president of the eVraiont State 
Medical Society. 

GORTON, DAVID ALLYN, Physician and Author of 632 
Eleventh St., Booklyn, N.Y., was born Nov. 22, 1832, in 
Broadalbin, N.Y. In 1858 he received the degree of M.D. 
from^' the Hugeio-Therapeutic College of New York. He is 
the author of The Monism Man ; or, the Unity of the Divine 
and Human; The Principles of Mental Hygiene and other 
works. 

GORTON, ELIOT, Physician and Writer of Summit, N. 
J., was born July 26, 1863, in Newburgh, N.Y. In 1888 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Long Island College 

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Hospital. He was educated at the White Plains Military 
Institute; the Norwegian University; and received the 
degrees of M.D. and L.I. from the medical college. Since 
1902 he has been owner and resident physician of the Fair 
Oaks Sanitarium. He is a member of the Morris County 
Medical Society; the American Medico-Psychological Asso- 
ciation ; and Kings County Medical Society. He is a writer 
on neurological subjects. 

GOSS, FRANCES WEBSTER, Physician of 149 Warren 
St., Boston, Mass., was born July 3, 1842, in Salem, Mass. 
In 1869 he received the degTee of M.D. from the Harvard 
University Medical School. He has been vice-president of 
the Massachusetts Medical Society. 

GOTTHEIL, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Physician and Author 
of 154 W. Seventy-seventh St., New York City, was born 
April 5, 1859, in Berlin, Germany. In 1882 he received the 
degree of M.D. fron| the College of Physicians and Sug'eons 
of New York City. He is the author of Illustrated Skin 
Diseases ; and Manual of General Histology. 

GOUGH, R. H., Oculist and Aurist of Fort Worth, Texas, 
was born No, 22, 1875, in Sulphur Springs, Texas. In 1901 
he received the deg-ree of M.D. from the Barnes Medical 
Colleg-e. He has been professor of otology in the Medical 
Department of the Texas Christian U(niversity; and chair- 
man of the Physicians Club of Fort Worth, Texas. 

GOULD, EDWIN R., Physician of 160 Jefferson Street, 
Buffalo, N. Y., was born Sept. 28, 1868, in Rochester, 
ilnd. He was educated in the public and high schools of 
Rochester, Ind. ; in 1900 graduated from the University of 
Buffalo, Medical Department; and was an interne at the 
Buffalo General Hospital eighteen months. He is a member 
of the Buffalo Academy of Medicine and Erie County, New 
York Medical Societies and the American Medical Associa- 
tion. 

GOULEY, JOHN WILLIAM SERVERIN, Physician and 
Author of 11 East Forty- third Street, New York City, wa» 
boi-n March 11, 1832, in Nevv^ Orleans, La. In 1853 he re- 
jceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 

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and Surgeons of New York City. He is professor in the 
(University of New York. He is the author of Diseases of 
Man and other works. 

GRAD, HERMAN, Physician of 40 East 41st Street, New 
York City, N.Y. He was born in 1872 in Austria. He was 
educated in Austria; graduated from the New York Uni- 
versity Medical College and received the degi'ee of M.D. He 
is attending surgeon of the Woman's Hospital, New York 
City. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons-; 
and a member of the New York State Medical Society, New 
Yorlv County, New York Obstetrical and New York Man- 
hattan Medical Asociation. He is also a member of the 
Alumni Newark City Hospital, Alumni Woman's Hospital 
jand of other organizations. 

GRADWOHL, RUTHERWAND B. H„ Physician of 803 
803 N. Garrison Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. In 1898 he received 
hte degi'ee of M.D. from the St. Louis Medical College. He 
is editor of The Laboratory News. 

GRAFFT, JAMES G., Physician and Banker of Trenton, 
Ohio, was born Feb. 25, 1867, in Seven Mile, Ohio. In 1893 
he received the degree of M.D. from Miami Medical College. 
He is president of the Bank of Trenton County. 

GRAHAM, NEIL F., Physician and S'lrgeon of 909 New 
York Avenue, Washington, D. C, was born Feb. 9, 1840, in 
Canada. In 1862 he received the degree of M.D. from 
Medical Department of Western Reserve University. He 
served in the civil war as a surgeon. He is professor of 
surgery of Howard University of Washington, D.C. He is 
also clinical lecturer on surgery at the Freedman's Hospital. 

GRANDIN, EGBERT HENRY, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 116 West Seventy-sixth Street, New York City, 
was born Sept. 6, 1855, in Trenton, N.J. In 1880 he received 
the degree of M.D, from the Harvard University Medical 
School. He has been president of the New York Obstetrical 
Society. He is the author of Practical Obstetrics and other 
works. 

GRANT, CHARLES S., Physician, Surgeon and Founder 
of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., was born Nov. 29, 1845, in 

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Hobart, N.Y. In 1897 he received the degTee of M.D. from 
the State University of Iowa College of Medicine. He was 
one of th founders of the New York State Medical Associa- 
tion. 

GRANT, HENRY HORACE, Physician, Surg-eon and 
Author of Louisville, Ky., was born Dec. 12, 1853, in Peters- 
burg, Ky. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefierson Medical College. He is professor of surgery in the 
University of Louisville. He is the author of Principles of 
Surgery and other works. 

GRANT, W. EDWARD, Physician and Surgeon of 
Louisville, Ky. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Jefferson Medical College. He is dean of the University 
of Louisville, Medical Department. 

GRAVES, SCHUYLER COLFAX, Surgeon of Grand 
Rapids, Mich., was born March 6, 1858, in Kalamazoo, Mich. 
In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Michigan. He served as chief surgeon in the Spanish- 
American war. 

GRAVES, WILLIAM PHILLIPS, Physician of 244 Marl- 
boro Street, Boston, Mass., was born Jan. 29, 1870, in An- 
dover, Mass. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard University Medical School. Since 1911 he 
has been professor of gynecology in the Harvard Medical 
School. 

GRAY, GEORGE MORRIS, Physician of 405 18th St., 
Kansas City. He was born March 4, 1856, in Waukegan, 111. 
In 1879 he graduated from the Kansas City Medical College ; 
1880 from Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New York 
City. In 1913 he was president of the Kansas State Medical 
Society ; and has been mayor of Kansas City, Kans. He has 
been president of the Riverview State Bank of Kansas City, 
Kans., and has filled various other positions of trust and 
honor. He is now chief surgeon to St. Margaret's Hospital ; 
and president of the State Board of Medical Exaniination 
and Registry of Kansas. He is a member of the American 
Medical Association, the Kansas State Medical Society; is a 
fellow of the Amei'ican College of Surgeons. 

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GRAYSON, CHARLES PREVOST, Physician and 
Author of 1435 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Oct. 15, 1859, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1881 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 
1904 he was appointed clinical professor in the Medical 
Department of the University of Pennsylvania. He is the 
author of Disseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear. 

GREEN, CHARLES MONTRAVILLE, Physician of 78 
Marlborough, St., Boston, Mass., was born Dec. 18, 1850, in 
Medford, Mass. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard University Medical School. Since 1907 he has 
been visiting in charge of the Boston Lying-in Hospital. 

GREEN, CRAWFORD RICHMOND, Physician and 
Author of 25 Second St., Troy, N.Y., was born Sept. 8, 1881, 
in Troy, N.Y. In 1906 he received the degTee of M.D. from 
the New York Homeopathic Medical College. He is the 
author of Preventive Medicine. 

GREEN, JOHN ORNE, Physician and Surgeon of 2G7 
Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., was born June 7, 1841, in 
Lowell, Mass. In 1866 he received the degre«^ of M.D. from 
Harvard University Medical School. In 1869-70 he was in- 
structor in aural surgery in Hai'vard. He is aural surgeon 
in the Boston City Hospital. 

GREEN, SAMUEL ABBOTT, Physician, Librarian and 
Author of 1154 Boylston St., Boston, Mass., was born March 
16, 1830, in Groton, Mass. In 1854 he received the degree 
of M.D. froni the Harvard University Medical School. He 
has been librarian of the Massachusetts Historical Library. 
He is the author of The Early Records of Groton and other 
works. 

GREENE, CHARLES LYMAN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 914 Lowry Bldg., St. Paul, Minn., was born Sept. 
21, 1862, in Gray, Maine. In 1890 he received the degi'ee of 
M.D. from the College of Medicine and Surgery of the Uni- 
versity of Minnesota. He is medical director of the Minne- 
sota Mutual Life Insurance Company. He is the author of 
the Medical Examination for Life Insurance and Its Asso- 
ciated Clinical Methods and other works. 

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GREENE, ROBERT HOLMES, Surgeon and Author of 
78 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York City, was born April 
27, 1861, in Brunswick, Maine. In 1886 he received te de^'ee 
of M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. He 
is surg-eon to the City, French and Metropolitan Hospitals 
of New York City. He is the author of Healthy Exercise. 

GREENMAN, MILTON JAY, Physician and Aanatomist 
of 3618 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., v/as born June 
14, 1866, in North East. Pa. In 1892 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1905 
he has been director of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy, at 
the University of Pennsylvania. 

GRIFFITH, FREDERICK RICHARDSON, Surgeon, In- 
ventor and author of 49 East Sixty-fourth Sti'eet, New oYrk 
City, was born Sept. 17, 1873, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1897 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania He has been acting assistant surgeon in the Penn- 
'sylvania National Guard. He is the author of Handbook of 
Surgery and other works. 

GRIFFITH, JEFFERSON DAVIS, Surgeon and Obste- 
trician of Kansas City, Mo., was born Feb. 12, 1850, in Jack- 
son, Miss. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
medical department of the University of New York. For 
many years he was dean of the Kansas City Medical Col- 
lege. In 1898 he was major and chief surgeon in the LJnited 
States volunteers; and also served with distinction as 
surgeon-general of Missouri. He has been president of the 
Medical Association of Missouri ; and president of the Asso- 
ciation of Military Surgeons of the United States. 

GRIFFITH, J. P. CROZER, Physician and Author of 
1810 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Jan. 5, 1856, 
in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1889 he was visit- 
ing physician to St. Agnes Hospital and to the Howard Hos- 
pital. In 1891 he was professor if clinical medicine at the 
Philadelphia Polyclinic; and for many years has been pro- 
fessor of the diseases of children at the University of Penn- 
sylvania and physician to the children's hospital and home. 

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Since 1896 he has been consulting physician to the Woman's 
Hospital; and also consulting physican to the St. Christo- 
pher's Hospital for Children. He is the author of The Care 
of the Baby and other works. 

GRIGGS, STEPHEN ELIUD, Physician and Author of 
325 Northern Bank and Trust Bldg., Seattle Wash., was 
borii in 1879 in Pawnee City, Neb. He has received the 
degree of A.B. and M.D. and has attained success in the 
practice of medicine. He is the author of Souls of the In- 
finite. 

GRINDON, JOSEPH, Physician and Author of 3894 
Washington Blvd., St. Louis, Mo., was born Aug. 20, 1858, 
in St. Louis, Mo. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
fron"^ the St. Louis Medical College. Since 1912 he has been 
professor of deiTuatology in the St. Louis University. He 
is the author of Diseases of the Skin and other works. 

GRISSIM, J. D., Physician and Surgeon of First National 
Bank Bldg., Oakland, Cal. In 1893 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
New York City. He is librarian of Oakland College of 
Medicine and Surgery. 

GROSS, MAURICE H., Physician and Author of 40 East 
Forty-first St., New York City, was born Feb. 23, 1866, in 
Roumania. He was educated in Austria; graduated in 
Vienna Allgemenines Krankenhaus. He is visiting Gastro- 
Enterologist of the Har Moriah Hospital of New York City ; 
and is a member of the American Medical Association and 
the New York County and German Societies. He is the 
author of various papers on diseases of the stomach and in- 
testines ; and inventor of Duodenal ube. 

GROSSE, FREDERICK K. W., Physician and Author of 
200 West 88th Street, New York City, was born Feb. 9, 
1869, in Hilchenbach, Germany. He studied medicine and 
natural science at the universities of Freiburg, Leipzig, Kiel, 
Bonne and Halle ; and took post-graduate courses in Halle 
and Leipzig. For six years he practiced medicine in Leip- 
zig; and since 1906 has been instructor in hydrotherapy. 
He is a member of the German, Yorkville and Post-Graduate 

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Medical Societies, of New York, County Medical Society and 
American Medical Associaton; GeiTnan- American National 
Alliance, Literary Society, American Truth Society and 
other org-anizations. He is the author of The Hot Full Bath, 
The Oxyg-en Bath, Hydriatic Management of Bums, Dietary 
Rest Cures and numerous others on medical items and on 
GeiTnan race and political questions. 

GRULEE, CLIFFORD GROSSELLE, Physician and 
Author of 104 South Michig:an Avenue, Chicago, 111., was 
born Jan. 3, 1880, in Newport, Ky. In 1903 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Miami University. Since 1912 he 
has been assistant professor of children's diseases in the 
Rush Medical College. He is the author of Infant Feeding. 

GUNDRY, ALFRED T., Physician and Surgeon of the 
Gundry Sanitarium of Athol, Cantonville, Md. In 1894 he 
received the degree of M.D. from] the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Baltimore. He is medical director of the 
Gundry Sanitarium. 

GUNDRY, LEWIS H., Physician and Surgeon of 114 
W. Franklin Street, Baltimore, Md. In 1890 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Baltimore. He is manager of the Relay Sanitarium. 

GUNLRY^ RICHARD FITZ HARRIS, Physician of Ca- 
tonsville, Md., was born April 21, 1866, in Dayton, Ohio. In 
>1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. He has been presi- 
dent of the Baltimore County Medical Association. He is 
head of the Richard Gundry Home for the Treatment of 
Mental and Nervous Diseases. 

GUNNELL, FRANCIS M., Physician and Surgeon of 600 
Twentieth Street, Washington, D. C. In 1846 he received 
the degree of M. D. from the Columbia University. He be- 
came medical director in the medical corps of the United 
States Navy with the rank of Rear Admiral, now retired. 

GUTHRIE, JAMES RENWICK, Physician and Surgeon 
of 1005 Locust Street, Iowa City, Iowa. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the State University of Iowa. He 

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is dean of the State University of Iowa College of Medicine. 

GUTHRIE, LEWIS VAN GILDER, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Hunting-ton, W. Va., was born Jan. 8, 1868, in Point 
Pleasant, W. Va. In 1889 he received the degi'ee of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. For the past twenty years he has been superin- 
tendent of the State Hospital. 

GWATHNEY, JAMES T., Physician and Surgeon of 40 
East Forty-first Street, New York City. In 1893 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Nashville. He is 
president of the National Society of Anaesthetists. 

HAGADORN, J. LEE, Physician and Surgeon of 424 
South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1872, in 
Vassar, Mich. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Southern California. He is instructor in 
the Practice of Medicine in the University of Southern Cali- 
fornia. 

HAGAN, RALPH, Physician and Surgeon if 424 South 
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., was born May, 1872, in St. 
Paul, Minn. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Southern California. In 1896-1901 he was 
police surgeon of Los Angeles. 

HAGGARD, GEORGE DELANCY, Physician and Public 
Official of 3400 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., was 
bom Jan. 18, 1857, in Fairpoint, Minn. In 1893 he received 
the degi^ee of M.D. from the University of Minnesota. He is 
president of the milk commission of his city. He is an in- 
structor of physiology in the medical department of the 
University of Minnesota ; and is a member of the executive 
committee of the County Medical Society; and the County, 
State and American Medical Association ; and the State Pro- 
hibition Cominittee. 

HAHL, ARTHUR O., Physician of Clarence, N. Y., was 
born May 27, 1881, in Buffalo, N. Y. In 1908 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. He 
graduated from the University of Buffalo ; and for one year 
was house physician to the home hospital. He is a member 
of the Gross Medical Club and various other societies. 

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HAKES, SOLOMON P., Physician and Banker of Tioga, 
Pa., was born June 2, 1861, in Parish, N.Y. In 1889 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the New York University. 
He is president of the Grange National Bank. 

HALBERT, HOMER VALMORE, Physician of 22 East 
Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 6, 1858, in 
Otsego, N.Y. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Hahnemann Medical College. Since 1898 he has been 
senior professor of clinical medicine in the Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

HALE, HENRY EWING, Physician and Educator of 64 
West Fiftieth Street, New York City. He was born Aug. 4, 
1869, in Princeton, N. J. He was educated at Princeton Uni- 
versity and College ; received the degrees of A.B. and A.M. ; 
and the degree of M.D. from Columbia College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. In 1899-1908 he was demonstrator of Ana- 
tomy of Physicians and Surgeons ; and is chief of clinic and 
instiructor in Applied Therapeutics at Physicians and Sur- 
geons College. He is now chief of Clinic at Babies' Hospital 
arid assistant attending physican of Randall's Island Hos- 
pital. He is a member of the County Medical Society, 
American Therapeutic Society, American Medical Associa- 
tion, and the Alumni of the Presbyterian Hospital. He is 
the author of Human Anatomy and other works. 

HALE, WILLIAM, Physician, Author and Poet of 45 
Biddle Street, Gloucester, Mass., was bom Jan. 18, 1856, in 
Dover, N.H. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D, from 
the New York University. He is the author of Shore Life 
in Song; A Fearless Fisherman and A Dauntless Viking. 

HALE, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician and Author of 
237 N. Twentieth Street, Detroit, Mich., was born Sept. 5, 
1852, in Belfast, Ireland. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. fron-^ the Jefferson Medical College. He has been presi- 
dent of l^he Polytechnic of Chicago. He is the author of 
Respiration and other works. 

HALL, C. LESTER, Physician of 525 Bryant Bldg., 
Kansas City, Mo., was born March 10, 1845, in Saline Coun- 
ty, Mo. In 1867 he received the degree of M.D. from the 

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Jefferson Medical College. He has been president of the 
'Medical Associaton of Missouri. He is professor of the 
diseases of women in the Medico-Chirurgical College, 

HALL, JOSIAH NEWHALL, Educator and Physician of 
1344 Ehzabeth Sti'eet, Denver, Colo., was born Oct. 11, 
1859, in North Chelsea, Mass. In 1882 he received the degree 
of M. D. from the Harvard Universitw Medical School. In 
1903-04 he was president of the Colorado State Board of 
Health. He has been mayor of Sterling, Colo. 

HALL, PHILIP LOUIS, Banker and Physician of 1200 
Street, Lincoln, Neb., was born Feb. 25, 1850, in White 
County, Indiana. He was educated in the hig-h school of 
Omaha; and in 1883 received the degi'ee of M.D. from Rush 
?.Tedical College, Chicafro. He practiced medicine at Millard 
and Mead, Neb.; organized and was cashier of the Bank of 
Mead from 1885-97; secretary of Nebraska State Banking 
Boa^^d from 1897-1901 • and for six years cashiei- of Columbia 
National Bank. In 1907 he organized and has since been 
president of the Central National Bank, Lincoln ; also presi- 
dent of the Bank of Mead since 1897. In 1898-1904 he was 
chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee; in 
1908-12 a member and vice-chairman of the Democratic Na- 
tional Committee; and chaiiTnan of trustees of the State 
School for Dependent Children. He is a member of Ne- 
braska Bankers' Association and Nebraska State Medical 
Society; also regent of the University of Nebraska. 

HALL, WILLIAM COCHRAN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Manufacturer of Coffeyviile, Kans,, was bora Oct. 29, 1860, 
in Bell, Ohio. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. He is 
president of the Good Samaritan Hospital and of the CoITey- 
ville Pottery and Clay Manufacturing company. 

HALL, WINFIELD SCOTT, Educator, Physiologist and 
Author of 2431 Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 
h, 1861, in Batavia, 111. In 1886 he received the de^-ee of 
M.D. from the Northwestern University. He gi^aduated 
from the Northwestern University yith the degrees of B.S. 
and M.D. ; and from Leipzig University with the degree of 

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M.D., A.M. andPh.D. Since 1895 he has been professor of 
physiology and in 1901-13 was junior dean of faculty at the 
Northewstern University Medical School. * He is the author 
of Textbook of Physiology; Manual of Experimental Phy- 
siology and other works. 

HALLETT, C. DeWAYNE, Physician and Surgeon of 274 
West Eighty-sixth Street, New York City, was born in 1866 
in Harwich, Mass. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York Homeopathic Medical College. He 
graduated from the New York Homeopathic Medical College 
and Flower Hospital; and took post-graduate courses in 
London and Berlin. He has been president of the New York 
Homeopathic Medical Society; and president of the Amer- 
ican Ophthalmological, Otological and Laryngological So- 
ciety. He is surgeon to the New York Ophthalmological 
Hospital, the Hahnemann Hospital and the Laura Franklin 
Free Hospital for Children. He is the author of several 
medical works. 

HALLOCK, FRANK KIRKWOOD, Physician and Sci- 
entist of Cromwell, Conn., was born Aug. 18, 1860, in Oyster 
Bay, N.Y. Since 1890 he has been a specialist in neurology 
and medical director of Cromwell Hall Health School. He is 
president of the Savings Bank. 

HALLOWELL, MADELINE A., Physician of Vineland, 
N.J., was born March 21, 1885, in Conshohocken, Pa. In 1906 
she received the degree of M.D. from the Wom'an's Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. In 1907 she was resident physician 
to the Philadelphia Maternity Hospital ; assistant physician 
at the New Jersey State Village for Epileptics, at Skillman, 
N.J. ; and since 1909 has been medical director and superin^- 
tendent of the New Jersey State Institution for Feeble- 
Minded. She is a member of the National Association for the 
Study of Feeble-Minded, New Jersey State Association of 
Charities and Corrections, National Association for the 
Study of Epilepsy, American Medico-Psychological Associa- 
tion, Philadelphia Neurological Association and Psychiatrical 
Association. She is pursuing original scientific work in in- 
vestigation of cause and proper treatment for deficients and 
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AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

HALSEY, JOHN TAYLOR, Physician of 921 Canal 
Street, New Orleans, La., was born Nov. 8, 1870, in Eliza- 
beth, N. J. In 1893 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. Since 
1904 he has been professor of pharmacology therapeutics 
amd clinical medicine in the Medical Department of the 
Tulane University. 

HALSTEAD, ALBERT EDWARD, Surgeon of 30 North 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born April 21, 1868, in 
Ottawa, Canada. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from; the Northwestern University. He is professor of 
purgery in the School of Medicine in the University of Illi- 
nois; and is fellow of the American Surgical Association, 
and of the International Surgical Society. He is first lieu- 
tenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States 
Army; and has been president of the Chicago Surgical So- 
ciety. 

HALSTED, WILLIAM STEWART, Physician and Sci- 
entist of 1201 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md., was born Sept. 
23, 1852, in New York City. In 1877 he received the degi'ee 
of M.D. from the Medical Department of Columbia Uni- 
versity. Since 1889 he has been surgeon-in-chief of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital and professor of surgei-y at Johns 
Hopkins University. 

HAMILTON, ALLAN McLANE, Physician, Inventor and 
Author of 36 E. Fortieth Street, New York City, was bom 
Qct. 6, 1848, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1870 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He is the author of The Modern Treat- 
ment of Headaches and other works. 

HAMILTON, GORDON B., Physician and Surgeon of 
Reno, Nev., was bom Feb. 24, 1877, in Boston, Ma&V5. In 
1906 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennyslvania. He is colonel on the Governor's staff and 
chief surgeon of the Nevada National Guard. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM R., Physician and Surgeon of 
Weiser, Idaho. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Toronto. He is president of the State 
Board of Health. 

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HAMLIN, MONT., M., Physician and Writer of 1259 N. 
Kings Highway Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. In 1881 he received 
the degi'ee of M.D. from the American Medical College. He 
is editor and publisher of the American Medical Journal. 

HAMLIN, OLIVER D., Physician and Surgeon of 506 
Union Savings Bank Bldg., Oakland, Cal., was born in 1870, 
in Alameda County, Cal. In 1894 he received the degi-ee of 
M.D. from the Cooper Medical College. He is president of 
the Oakland Board of Health. 

HAMMAN, LOUIS VIRGIL, Physician of 714 Park Ave., 
Baltimore Md., was born Dec. 21, 1877, in Baltimore, Md. 
In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hop- 
kins University. He is a contributor on medical subjects. 

HAMMER, THOMAS B., Physician of 401 Walnut St., 
Des Moines, Iowa. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
N.Y. from the Physical-Medical College. He is president of 
the American Association of Physio-Medical Physicians and 
Surgeons. | 

HAMMOND, FRANK CLINCH, Physician of 3338 North 
Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born March 7, 1875, in 
Augusta, Ga. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Jefferson Medical College. Since 1903 he has been 
adjunct professor of gynecology and since 1910 dean of the 
Medical Department of the Temple University. He has been 
president of the Philadelphia Clinical Association. 

HANCOCK, JAMES COLE, Ophthalmologist of 2 Rector 
Street, New York City, was bom April 24, 1865, in Fulton, 
N.Y. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, of New York City. He is 
consulting ophthalmic surgeon to the New York State Hos- 
pital and other hospitals. 

HANDERSON, HENRY ABENZER, Physician of 1924 
66th Street, Cleveland, Ohio, was born March 21, 1837, in 
Orange, Ohio. In 1867 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He has been president of the Cleveland Medical Library 
Association. He is a contributor to medical journals. 

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HANEY, JAMES PARTON, Physician and Author of 
1233 Third Avenue, N.Y., was born April 16, 1869, in New 
York City. In 1888 he graduated from the New York City 
College; in 1892 he graduated from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, and received the degrees of B.S. and 
M.D. For four years he has been a lecturer of the New 
York University School on Pedagogy; and in 1896-1909 
was director of art and manual trainng of the New York 
City Elementary Schools. Since 1907 he has been director 
of the Ai't Department of the New York University Summer 
School; and since 1909 director of art in the New, York City 
High Schools. He is a member of the Eastern Manual 
Training Teachers' Association; International Drawing As- 
sociation ; Society for the Promotion of Indusrial Education ; 
and of the Phi Gamma Delta Fi'aternity and Salmagundi 
Clubs. He was for some time associate editor of the Manual 
Training Magazine; and is the author of several contribu- 
tions on Teaching, Industrial Education and others works. 

HANLEY, LAWRENCE G., Surgeon and Lecturer of 428 
Porter Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born at Derby, Conn. In 
1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Niagara Uni- 
versity He was the first surgeon of the accident ambulance 
in Buffalo. 

HANRAHAN, JOHN DAVID, Physician of Rutland, Vt., 
was born June 18, 1844, in Rathkeale, County Limerick, Ire- 
land. He attended New York Med. University ; Georgetown 
University; and in 1867 received the degree of M.D. from 
New York University. He served in the Civil War as as- 
sistant surgeon. He has been county comimssioner, trustee 
of the village of Rutland, president of the board and village 
president. In 1885 he was appointed president of the Rut- 
land County Pension Board by President Cleveland ; and in 
1893 resigned to accept the postmastership of Rutland. He 
has been a delegate to all the National Conventions ; served 
as chairman of the Rutland County Democratic Committee, 
and as a member of the State Committee. 

HAPPELL, JAMES McANDREW, Physician of Buffalo, 
N.Y. He was born June 17, 1877, in Silver Creek, N.Y. He 

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was educated in the Olean High School, Olean, N.Y. ; in 1908 
graduated from the University of Buffalo ; and received his 
license to practice in New York State the same year. 

HARDAWAY, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, Physician and 
author of Lister Bldg., St. Louis, Mo., was born Jan. 8, 1859, 
in Mobile, Ala. In 1870 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from 
the St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is the 
author of Essentials of Vaccination and Manual of Skin 
Diseases. 

HARDENBERGH, DANIEL BAILEY, Physician and 
Surgeon of Middletown, N.Y., was born March 13, 1866, in 
Port Jervis, N. Y. In 1891 he received the degi'ee of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has been 
president of the Young Men's Christian Association and of 
the Orange Medical Society. 

HARE, CHARLES H., Physician of 485 Beacon Street, 
Boston, Mass. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvad University Medical School. He is dean of the 
Boston Polyclinic. 

HARE, HOBART AMORY, Physician and Author of 
1801 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Sept. 20, 
1862, in Philadelphia, Pa. He has received the degrees of 
B.Sc. and M.D. from the University of Pennyslvania, and 
gi'aduated from the Jefferson Medical College. In 1890 he 
was professor of children's diseases in the University of 
Pennyslvania, and since then has been, professor of thera- 
peutics at Jefferson Medical College, and was physician to 
Jefferson Hospital. He is the author of a Textbook of Prac- 
tical Therapeutics; a Text-book of Practical Diagnosis; a 
Text-book of the Practice of Medicine; and The Medical 
Complications and Sequellae of Typhoid Fever. He has been 
awarded prizes for medical essays from various Universities 
and Medical Societies both American and Foreign. He is a 
fellow of the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Phila- 
delphia, and the Association American Physicians. He is 
also a member of the Philadelphia, Union League, Uni- 
versity, Corinthian Yacht and the Rabbit Clubs. 

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HARKIN, F. McD., Physician and Surgeon of 209 Sav- 
ings Bank Bldg., Marquette, Mich., was bom Oct. 22, 1863, 
in Vankleek Hill, Ont., Canada. In 1885 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicans. He is acting 
assistant surgeon in the United States Public Health Service. 

HARLAN, HERBERT, Physician and Surgeon of 506 
Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. In 1879 he received the 
degi^ee of M.D. from the Uiiiversity of Maryland He is 
president of the Board of Medical Examiners of Maryland. 

HARLOW, W. P., Physician and Sui-geon of Denver, 
Colo. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. He is dean of the Colorado School of 
Medicine, Medical Department of the University of Colorado. 

HARPER, WILLIAM, Physican and Founder of Byron, 
^ich. He was born March 5, 1838, in Erie County, Ohio. 
He was educated in the district schools of Deerfield; and 
subsequently attended the University of Michigan; and in 
1866 received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical 
College of Chicago. For twenty years he practiced medicine 
in the village of Ai'gentine ; for nine years in Deerfield, and 
since then in Byron, Mich. He has filled many local posi- 
tions of trust and honor ; and in 1890 was elected a member 
of the Michigan State Legislature. He was active in the 
.founding of the State Bank of Byron, and was elected 
vice-president. 

HARRINGTON, FRANCIS BISHOP, Surgeon of 114 
Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born on Aug. 15, 
1854, in Salem; Mass In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Since 1900 he has been 
a lecturer in the Harvard University. He is a contributor 
to Medical Journals. 

HARRINGTON, ARTHUR HUDSON, Physican and Sur- 
geon of Howard, R. I., was born July 27, 1855, in Worcester, 
Mass. In 1879 he received the degree of A.B. from Brown 
University; and in 1882 received the degree of M.D. from 
the Jefferson Medical College. For two years he practiced 
in Providence, R.I. ; in 1884-94 was assistant physician to 
Danvers Insane Hospital; has been medical director of the 

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Bridgewater State Hospital; superintendent to Danvers 
'State Hospital for the Insane. He is a member of the 
Rhode Island State Medical Society, the American Med- 
ical Psychological Association, the Boston Society of Psychi- 
atry and Neurology and Northeastern Society of Psychiatry. 
He is also a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity and 
of the University and other clubs of Providence. 

HARRIS, EDWARD, Physician and Surgeon of Bloom- 
ington, Ind. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Hahnemann Medical College. He is president of the 
Monon Surgical Association. 

HARRIS, E. ELIOT, Physician of 33 W. Ninety-third 
Street, New York City. In 1880 he received the degi'ee of 
M.D. from the New York University. He is president of 
the American Society of Medical Economics. 

HARRIS, HENRY FAUNTLEROY, Physician and 
Author of State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga., was born March 10. 
1867, in Chambers County, Ala. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Atlanta Medical College. He is 
secretary of the Georgia State Board of Health. He is the 
author of Health on the Farm. 

HARHIS, H. T., Physician and Sui^geon of Basin, Wyo. 
In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Nebraska. He is president of the State Board of Health. 

HARRIS, MALCOLM L., Physican of 32 N. State Street, 
Chicago, 111. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Rush Medical College. He is secretary of the Chicago 
Policlinic. 

HARRIS, THOMAS JEFFERSON, Physician of 104 East 
Fortieth Street, New York City, was bora July 25, 1865, in 
Claremont, N.H. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is adjunct pro- 
fessor of the nose and throat in the New York Post-Grad- 
uate Medical College and School. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM JOHN, Physician and Author of 
3514 Lucas Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born June 17, 1852, 
in Shrewbury, England. In 1875 he received the degi'ee of 
jM.D. from the Homo Medical College of Missouri. He is 

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surgeon to the Good Samaritan and Christian Hospital of 
St. Louis. He is the author of Alcohol, Its Rational Use, 
and other works. 

HARRISON, WALLACE K., Physician of 1244 N. State 
Street, Chicago, III, was born Aug. 11, 1848 in Bethlehem, 
Conn. In 1884 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from the Yale 
University. He is supreme medical examiner of several 
fraternal insurance societies. 

HARPER, CORNELIUS A., Physician of Tuberculosis 
Sanitarium, Madison, Wis. In 1889 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Wisconsin. He is editor of 
Bulletin Staite Board of Health. 

HARSHA, WILLIAM McINTIRE, Physician and Surgeon 
of 30 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., was bom June 15, 
1855, in Harshaville, Ohio. In 1883 he received the degi'ee 
of M.D. from the Chicago Medical College. He received his 
education in the public schools of Harshaville, the North 
Liberty Academy, and received the degrees of B.S. and A.B. 
from the National Normal University of Lebanon, Ohio. He 
studied in the University of Michigan and in 1883 graduated 
from the Chicago Medical College. He has been surgery 
member in the Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
now the University of Illinois^ since 1896, and is also a mem- 
ber of the board of directors of that institution. He is pro- 
fessor of surgery and clinical surgery in the College of 
Medicine, the University of Illinois. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, the American Academy of 
Medicine, the American College of Surgeons, the Illinois 
Medical Society, the Mississippi Valley Medical Association, 
the Chicago Medical and Surgical Societies, and The Insti- 
tute of Medicine of Chicago. He is medical director of the 
order of Columbia Knights, of which he is also a trustee, and 
a mem)Der of the Physicians and University and other clubs. 

HART, EDGAR E., Physician and Banker of Longdale 
Okla., was born 1872, in Illinois. In 1896 he received the 
degree of M. D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, He is president ofthe Bank of Longdale. 

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LASHER, HART, Physician, and Educator of 1925 Flet- 
cher Avenue, Los Ang-eles, Cal., was born Jan. 11, 1879, in 
Taberg, N.Y. He was a cadet of the United States Naval 
Academy; and in 1903 received the deg-ree of M.D. from Sy- 
racuse University, the College of Medicine. In 1903-05 was 
in the employ of State Custodial Asylum, Rome, N.Y. ; be- 
gan the study of diseaseti of the skin at the New York Skin 
and Cancer Hospital, and of urology at the Post-Graduate 
Hospital until 1907 ; studied in hospitals in London and in 
Paris and the United States Marine Hospital. In 1909-12 he 
was associated with Dr. Granville MacGov/an now practicing 
alone ; specializes in dermatology and urology ; and is spec- 
ialist for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. He 
is now professor of dermatology to the College of Medical 
Evangelists; and since 1914 first lieutenant of the Medical 
Reserve Corps, United States Ai-my. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, the American Urological As- 
sociation, the State Medical Society; and of the Rotary and 
the Sierra Madre Clubs, 

HARTE, RICHARD HICKMAN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1503 Spruce Street, Philadelphia,; Pa., was born 
Oct. 23, 1855, in Rock Island, 111. In 1878 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 
1902 he has been associate professor of surgery in the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. He is the author of a Hand-Book 
of Local Therapeutics. 

HARTMAN, SAMUEL BRUBAKER, Physician and Man 
ufacturer of 513 East To\vtl Street, Columbus, Ohio, was 
born April 1, 1830, in Harrisburg, Pa. In 1857 he received 
the degi'ee of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. In 
1890 he established a sanitarium for the treatment of chro- 
nic diseases. 

HARTSHORN, WINFRED MORGAN, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 56 Central Park West, New York City, 
was born April 27, 1874, in Ellsworth Falls, Maine. He was 
educated at Yale College ; and in 1903 received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sui'geons of 
New York City, He is attending physician to the Roosevelt 

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Hospital, Out-Patient Department. He makes a specialty of 
•pediatrics and obstetrics. He is the author of Feeding of 
Children and other medical works. 

HARTWELL, JOHN A., Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of Washington, D.C., was bom in 1869 in Sussex, N.J. He 
received the degTees of Ph.D. and M.D. from' Yale University 
and is a post-graduate of the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. For three years he has been assistant professor of 
physiology; and since 1907 clinical and assistant professor 
of surgery to Cornell University Medical College. He is di- 
rector of surgery to Bellevue Hospital ; consulting surgeon 
to Lincoln Hospital, Lawi'ence Hospital and the United Hos- 
pital of New York. He is a member of the American Med- 
ical Association, New York State and County Medical Socie- 
ties, New York Academy of Medicine, the Quiz Medical So- 
ciety; and is also a member of the University, Yale, Grad- 
uate, American Yacht Clubs ; and the Ai-my and Navy Clubs 
of Washington, D.C. He is the author of papers dealing 
with Current Surgical Topics, more particularly those con- 
nected with Intestinal Surgery. 

KARTELL, MILTON BIXLER, Physician and Educator 
of 3644 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Jan.l2, 
1854, in Fayetteville, Pa. Since 1891 he has been professor 
of deiTnatology in the Unversity of Pennsylvania. He is a 
contributor to medical journals. 

HARVEY, PHILIP FRANCIS, Surgeon and Army Offi- 
cial of 1424 K Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C, was 
bom Dec. 12, 1844, in Thorneville, Ohio. He is a graduate of 
the University of Iowa; and received the degi-ee of M.D. 
from Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New York City. 
In 1868 he was appointed assistant surgeon of the United 
States Army ; and v/as promoted colonel in 1903. He sei'ved 
in the Civil War; the Spanish- American War and the Phil- 
ippine Insui-rection. In 1886-88 he was professor of surgery 
in the National University of Washington. He is the author 
of numerous papers and pamphlets. 

HASELTINE, BURTON, Oculist, Aurist and Author of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, C^'cago, 111., was bom Sept. 27, 

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1874, in Richland Center, Wis. He was educated at Cleve- 
land University of Medicine ; Allegheny College ; and has re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College. 
He is senior professor of diseases of the throat and nose to 
the Hahnemann Medical College; and is consulting-surgeon 
to Cook County Hospital. In 190,0-04 he was editor of the 
Clinique ; and is president of the National Homeopathic So- 
ciety of Eye and Ear Specialists. He is a member of the 
Board of Governors of the American College of Surgeons. 

HASENCAMP, OSCAR, Physician and Editor of Adams 
and Michigan Avenues, Toledo, Ohio. In 1877 he received 
the degi'ee of M.D. front the University of Tennessee. He 
is editor of the American Medical Compend. 

HASTINGS, CHARLES J. C. O., Surgeon and Medical 
Officer of Health of 252 Russell Hill Road, Toronto, Canada, 
was bora Aug. 23, 1858, in the Township of York, Ontario. 
He is president of the Great Lakes International Pure Wa- 
ter Association; president of the Canadian Public Health 
Association ; president of the Aesculapian Society ; and vice- 
president of the American Public Health Association. He 
has practiced medicine and surgery for twenty-four years 
in Toronto, Canada. 

HASTINGS, JUDSON WORTHINGTON, Physician and 
Public Official of Agawam, Mass., was born June 13, 1853, 
in Suffield, Conn. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. He is town clerk, treasurer and tax collector. 

HASTINGS, THOMAS WOOD, Physician and Author of 
172 East Seventy-first Street, New York City, was born on 
Sept. 29, 1873, in St. Louis, Mo. He received the degrees of 
A.B. and M.D. from Johns Hopkins University. He has been 
house officer of Hopkins Hospital ; surgeon of the Hospital 
Ship of Maine; in 1901-06 was instructor of clinical path- 
ology in the Medical College of Cornell Universty ; and since 
1906 has been professor. He has been substitute clinical 
pathologist of the Prcsliyterian Hospital ; assistant visiting 
physician of Cornell Medical College Dispensary; and since 
1908 of Bellevue Hospital. Hp ^^^ a member of the American 

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Medical Association of Advisory Clinical Research; Public 
Health Association; the Association of Pathology and Bac- 
teriology; the Association of Tuberculosis and the Society 
of Internal Medicine and the New York Academy of Med- 
icine. He is author of Clinical Medicine and other works. 

HATCH, JOHN LEFFINGWELL, Surgeon of 30 West 
Fifty-first Street, New York City, was born Sept. 8, 1863, in 
Rochester, N.Y. He received the degree of B.Sc. from the 
University of Rochester; received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania; and in 1888 received the 
Medical News prize at that University, and the George B. 
Wood gold medal the same year ; he also studied in France 
and Germany. He has been sanitary inspector at the Port 
of Antwerp, Belgium, in the United States; Marine Hospital 
service, during the cholera epidemic of 1892-93; and is a 
specialist ir^ Genito-Urinary Surgery in New York City. He 
is a member of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia, the 
American Urological Association, the New York Physicians 
Association; and is a fellow of the Royal Miscroscopical So- 
ciety of Great Britain. He is late lecturer on bacteriology 
and demonstrator of miorbid anatomy at the University of 
Pennsylvania; adjunct professor of laryngology in the New 
York Clinical School of Medicine ; and assistant in the Gen- 
ito-Urinary Clinic at the Post-Graduate Hospital of New 
York City. He has contributed largely to m.edical literature 
and to magazines. 

HAWLEY, DONLY CURTIS, Physician and Surgeon of 
Burlington, Vt., was born Oct. 31, 1855, in Fletcher, Vt. In 
1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Vermont. In 1905-06 he was president of the American A- 
cademy of Medicine. 

HAYES, WILLIAM VAN VALZAH, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 34 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was bom 
Sept. 22, 1867, in Lewisburg, Pa. In 1893 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. In 1904 he was elected professor of di- 
seases of the digestive system at the Nev/ York Polyclinic 
School and Hospital. 

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HAYNE, JAMES ADAMS, Physician of Columbia, S.C., 
was born March 18, 1872, in Baltimore, Md. In 1905 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of South 
Carolina. Since 1911 he has been state health officer and 
secretary of the State Board of Health of South Carolina. 

HAYNES, IRVING SAMUEL, Physician and Author of 
107 West Eighty-fifth Street, New York City, was bom 
Aug. 29, 1861, in Saranac, N.Y. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the New Yjork University. Since 1888 
he( has been professor of practical anatomy in the Univer- 
sity Medical College. He is the Author of Manual of Anato- 
my and other works; 

HAYS, ISSAC MINIS, Physician and Author of 266 
South Twenty-first Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born ^ July 
26, 1847, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1868 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He ^ has been 
editor of the American Journal of the Medical Sciences and 
of the Medical News. He is the author of The Chronology of 
Benjamin Franklin and other works. 

HAYNES, JOHN RANDOLPH, Physician of Los Ange- 
les, Cal., was born June 13, 1853 in FaiiTnount Springs, Pa. 
He is president of the civil service of Los Angeles. In 1874 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. 

HAYNES, ROYAL STORRS, Physician and Editor of 
375 West End Avenua New York City, was born Oct. 25, 
1877, in Dedham^ Mass. In 1903 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Columbia University. He is editor of Archives of 
Pedriatics. 

HAYS, HENRY CORNWELL, Physician of the Rialto 
Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born in 1867 in Ohio. In 
1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the Washington 
and Jefferson College. He is resident superintendent of the 
Bonner Springs Lodge and Sanitarium. 

HEALD, GEORGE H., Physician and Editor of 38 Syca- 
more Avenue, Tacoma Park, Md., was born June 12, 1861, 
in California. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from 

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the Cooper Medical College. He is the editor of Life and 
Health. 

HEALY, WILLIAM P., Physician and Dean of 535 Park 
Avenue, New York City, was born in 1876 in Maryland. In 
1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the Southern' 
Homcepathic Medical School. He is dean of the Ford 
University School of Medicine. 

HEAED, JAMES DELAY AN, Physician of 6101 Penn 
Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., was born Jan. 9, 1870, in Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. Since 1912 he has been profes- 
sor of medicine in the University of Pittsburgh. He is a 
contributor on medical subjects. 

HEARNE, JOSEPH CARTER. Physician of Fourth and 
Ashland, San Diego, Cal., was born March 26, 1851, in 
Kentucky. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. He served in the civil war. He is 
manager and owner of the Hearne training school for 
nurses of San Diego. 

HEATH, FREDERIC CARROLL, Physician of 720 
Newton Claypool Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind., was born Jan. 19, 
1857, in Gardiner, Maine. In 1884 her received the degree 
of M.D. from th Medical School of Maine. Since 1905 he has 
been clinical professor of diseases of the eye in the Indiana 
University Medical College. He has been president of the 
Indiana State Medical Society. 

HECHELMAN, HERMAN WILLIAM, Educator, Physi- 
cian and Surgeon of 711 E. Parkway, Allegheny, Pa., was 
born Aug. 10, 1848, in Germany. In 1869 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. In 1886 
he was elected professor of anatomy at the Western Penn- 
sylvania medical college. 

HECKEL. EDWARD BALTHASAR, Ophthalmologist 
of 719 Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa., was born Jan. 30, 
1865, in Allegheny, Pa. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Belle vue Hospital Medical College. Since 1912 

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he has been president of the Pittsburgh Ophthalmology 
Society. He is a contributor on ophthalmology. 

HECHT, D 'ORS A Yl, Physician of 10406 South Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1874 in' Illinois. In 1898 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestera 
University School. He is president of the Mississippi Valley 
Medical Association. 

HEDDEN, A. WIETING, Physician and Surgeon of 600 
South Warren Street, Syracuse, N.Y., was born May 21, 1866 
in Lowville. In 1893 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from 
the Albany Medical College. He is great medical exantiner 
of the Knights of the Maccabees of the World for the state 
of New York. 

HEDGES, SAMUEL P., Physician of 4557 Broadway, 
Chicago, 111., was born July 23, 1841, in New York. He has 
been President of the Illinois State Homeopathic Society. 

HEFFRON, JOHN LORENZO, Physician and Author of 
608 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, N.Y., was born Nov. 29, 
1851, in New Woodstock, N.Y. In 1881 he i^ceived the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Syracuse University. He has been 
President of the Syracuse Academy of Medicine; and Pre- 
sident of the Central New York Medical Association. 

HEG. ELMER EOOSWORTH. Physician of 719 Cobb 
Bldg., Seattle, Wash., was born Feb. 23, 1861 in Waupun. 
Wis. In 1887 he recelived the degree of M.D. from the Belle- 
vue Hospital Medical College. He has been president of the 
King County Medical Society. He has been president of the 
State Board of Health. 

HEISER, VICTOR GEORGE, Physician and Ilygienist 
of 61 Broadway, N.Y., was born in 1873 in Pennsylvania. In 
1897 he received the degree of M.D. from Jefferson Medical 
College. He is director for the East of the International 
Health Commission and Rockefeller Foundation of New 
York. He is the author of Sanitary Code for the City of 
Manila; Manual foi- the Bureau of Health; and other works. 
HEINTZ, EDWARD LOUIS, Physician of 1856 West 
Chicago Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born April 27, 1874, in 

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Rolla, Mo. He is Secretary and one of the founders of the 
University Ht)spital, and is Attending- Physician to the 
same. He has been Piesident of the Ahimni Association of 
the Colleg-e of Medicine of the University of Ilhnois. 

HEISLER. JOHN CLEMENT, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 3829 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Feb. 27, 1862, in Lycoming county. Pa. In 1883 he received 
the deg-ree of M.D from the Philadelphia College of Phar- 
macy. Since 1897 he has been professor of anatomy in the 
medico-chirurgical college. He is the author of A Text Book 
of Embryology. 

HEKTOEN, LUDWIG, Physician and Editor of 5803 
Washington Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1863. In 1887 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Illinois. He is editor of the Journal of Infectous Diseases. 

HELMUTH, WILLIAM TOD. Physician and Surgeon of 
616 Madison Avenue, N.Y., was boi-n Feb. 24, 1862. in St. 
Louis, Mo. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
New York Homcepathic Medical College. Since 1900 he has 
been professor of surgery in the New York Homoeopathic 
Medical College; is surgeon to the Flower hospital; and 
consulting sui'geon to various hospitals. , 

HEMMETER, JOHN COHNHEIM- Physician, Composer 
and Author of 739 University Parkway, Baltimore, Md., 
was born April 25, 1864, in Baltimore, Md. In 1890 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity. He is professor of physiology and clinical professor of 
medicine in the university of Maryland. He is the author 
of Diseases of the Stomach and other works. 

HENDRICKSON SKIDMORE, Physician of 1275 Birgen 
Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born April 11, 1841i in Floral 
Park, Town of Hempstead, N.Y. He was educated in New 
York University; graduated from the Univei'sity Medical 
College in 1866; received license to practice in New York 
State and Jamaica in 1876 and Brooklyn in 1906. He re- 
ceived the degrees of A.B. and A.M. ; Valedictorian of the 
Class of '63 (received Latin and Mathematical Prizes). He 

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is attending physician of the Home for Aged Men in Brook- 
lyn. He is a member of Kings County Medical Society, New 
York State Medical Society and the American Medical 
Association. , 

HENRY, CHARLES PHILIP, Physician of 1629 Race 
Street, Washington, D.C., was born June 5, 1863, in Phila- 
delphia, Pa. In 1882 he mceived the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1889 he has been 
assistant surgeon to the United States navy with the rank 
of lieutenant. 

HENRY, FREDERICK PORTEOUS, Physician and 
Auhor of 144 South Eighteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born July 21, 1844, in Middlesex county, N.J. In 1868 
he received the degree of IV^.D. from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. Since 1891 he has been professor of 
principles and practice of medicine in the Woman's medical 
college of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Anaemia and 
other works. 

HENRY, JOHN NORMAN, Physician' of 252 South 
Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Sept. 12, 1873, 
in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1893 he received the degree of A.B. 
and in 1895 the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. Hie is physician to the Pennsylvania Hospital: 
clinical professor of medicine at the Woman's Medical 
College; and is assistant physician to Philadelphia Hospital. 
He is a member of the Officer's Reserve Corp, Medical 
Department; a member of the Executive Council, Big 
Brother's Association; and is a fellow of the College of 
Physicians, He is a member of the Board of Directors of 
the Philadelphia County Medical Society, the University 
Extension Society and the General Alumni Society; and is 
also a member of the Philadelphia, University Barge, Ger- 
mantown. Cricket, University, Racquet and Corinthian 
Yacht Clubs. 

HENRY, NEI^ON HERRICK, Physician and Surgeon 
of 59 West Ninth Street, New York City, was born April 
27, 1855, in Staten Island. N.Y. He served in the Spanish- 

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American war and attained the rank of mayor and chief 
surgeon. In 1899, 1900 and 1901 he was a representative in 
the state legislature; 1902-10 adjutant-general of the state 
of New York; 1910-15 surveyor of the port of New York; 
and since 1915 water register of the city of New York. 

HENRY, REGINALD BUCHANAN, Physician of Wash- 
ington, D.Q. He was born May 23, 1881, in Garden City, L.I., 
N.Y. He received the degree of M.D. from the Univt^rsity 
of Virginia. In 1903 he was appointed assistant surgeon 
vdth the I'ank of lieutenant in the United State Navy ; and 
in 1911 was appointed past assistant surgeon. He is a 
member of the Association of Military Surgeons of the 
United States and various other clubs and societies. 

HEPBURN, NEIL JAMIESON, Oculist, Aurist and 
Author of 317 West Twenty-third Street, New York City, 
was born Oct. 8, 1843, in Lonaconing, Md. In 1868 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. He has been a representative in the Oregon 
state legislature. In 1885-97 he was a member of congress. 

HERBERT, J. FREDERICK, Physician and Oculist of 
Flanders Building, Philadelphia, Pat., was born Jan. 8, 1860, 
in Philadelphia, Pa. He was educated in a private school and 
received the degree of M.D. from Jefferson Medical College. 
Since 1883 he has practiced medicine in Philadelphia, Pa. 
He has invented several instruments which have proved of 
gi^eat value to his profession. Hoi is the author of a mono- 
graph entitled Preservation of the Eyesight. 

HERRICK, CLINTON B., Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1 St. Paul Place, Tvoy, N(.Y., was born Aug. 27, 
1859, in West Troy, N.Y. In 1880 he received the d-^gree 
of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. He has been 
president of the Medical Association of New York. He is 
the author of Railway Surgery. 

HERRICK, JAMES BRYAN, Physician and Author of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 
11, 1861, in Oak Park, 111. In 1888 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. Since 1900 he has 

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been professor of m'edicine at the Rush Medical College of 
Chicago. He is the author of A Handbook of Medical Diag- 
nosis. 

HERRING, ARTHUR P., Physician and Editor of 407 
Professional Building, Baltimore, Md., was born in 1875/. In 
1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the Baltimore 
Medical College. He is editor of the Bulletin of Medical and 
Chirurgical Faculty. 

HERTER, CHRISTIAN ARCHIBALD, Physician and 
Author of 819 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born 
Sept. 3, 1865, in Glenville, Conn. In 1903 he was professor 
of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at Columbia University. 
He is the author of Diagnosis of Nervous Diseases, and 
other works. 

HERTZLER, ARTHUR, E., Surgeon of 1004 Rialto 
Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born July 26, 1870, in West 
Point, Iowa. In 1894 he received the degree of M|.D. from 
the North-Western University. In 1902-09 he was professor 
of Pathology in the University Medical College of Kansas 
City, and since 1909 has been associate-professor of surgery 
in that institution. He has made researches on the anatomy 
and pathology of the peritoneum and kindred subjects. 

HERZOG, MAXMILIAN JOSEPH, Physician of 59 East 
Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born Sept. 17, 1858, 
in Germany. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical College of Ohio. Since 1906 he has been profes- 
sor of Pathology in the Chicago Veterinary College. He is 
the author of Text Book on Disease Producing Micro-organ- 
isms. 

HESS, FREDERICK A., Physician of 526 West Division 
Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born May 22, 1851, in Bergen, 
Noi^way. Since 1873 he has practiced mjedicine in Chicago; 
and has been Visiting Physician to the County Hospital ; 
and Physician to the Women's Christian Temperance and 
Tabitha Hospitals. He is a member of the Chicago Medical 
Society ; the State Medical and American Medical Associa- 
tions; National Geographic Society; American Association 

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for the Advancement of Science; and the Press CUib of 
Chicago. , 

HESS, H. McCLELLAN, Naprapathic Physician of 14 
East Jackson Boulevard, Chicag^o, Illinois, was born Novi 
21, 1871, near Williamsport, Pa. He was associate founder 
of the Chicago College of Naprapathy; and in 1908-1912 
was Secretary Manager and Instructor in that institution. 
He now devotes his entire time to private practice. He is 
President of the American Naprapathic Association. 

HEUEL, EMIL, Physician and Surgeon of 151 West 
Eighty-seventh Street, was born in New York City. In 1889- 
1904 he was Visiting Surgeon to St. Joseph's Hospital. He 
has been President of the American Electro-Therapeutic 
Association. 

HEWLETT, ALBION WALTER, Physician of 1835 Cam- 
bridge Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan, was born Nov. 27, 1874, 
in Petaluma, California. In 1900 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. Since 1908 he 
has been professor of Internal Medicine and director of the 
Clinical Laboratory of the University of Michigan. 

HEWITT, WILLIAM F., Physician of 122 South Mich- 
igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in Evanston, 
Illinois. He was formerly Resident Physician at the Presby- 
terian Hospital. He is now Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology in Rush Medical College ; Attending Obstetrician 
to the Out-Patient Obstetrical Department, Presbyterian 
Hf spital ; and a member of the Obstetrical Staff of the 
Weshington Park Hospital. 

HEWSON, ADDINELL, Educator and Surgeon of 3120 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was born Sept. 
2, 1855, in Philadelphia, Pa. He was educated in the 
Protestant Episcopal Academy of Philadelphia, received the 
degree of A.B. and A.M. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania, and the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical 
College of Philadelphia. In 187982 he was Clinical Assistant 
in the Surgical Department, in 1882-84 in the Ophthalmic 
Department; and in 1890-94 was chief of the Surgical 

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Departmeiit of the Jefferson Medical College Hospital, He 
was connected with the chair of Anatomy in Jefferson 
Medical College, was Assistant Demonstrator, Prosector, 
Denionstrator, and in 1902-06 was Assistant Professor. In 
1879 88 he was dispensary surgeon at St. Mary's Hospital; 
in 1887-1904 at the Episcopal Hospital; and since 1894 has 
surgeon to St. Timothy's Hospital at Roxburgh; and in 
1886-1900 physician to the Philadelphia Orphan Asylum. 

HEYM, ALBRECHT B. T., Physician of 25 East Wash- 
ington Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born Feb. 4, 1862, in 
Leipzig, Germany. Since 1898 he has practiced in Chicago. 
He is now professor and head of the Department of 
Neurology and Psychiatry in the Chicago College of M(;d- 
icine and Surgery; Attending Neurologist to Alexian 
Brothers' Hospital, St. Mary's of Nazareth Hospital and the 
Frances Willard Hospital ; and is Consulting Neurologist to 
the Cook County Hospital. 

HEYSINGER, ISAAC WINTER, Physician of 1521 
Poplar Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was born March 
27, 1842, in Fayetteville, Pennsylvania. lu 1867 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. 
Since 1884 he has been President of the Philadelphia Nov- 
elty Manufacturing Company. He is the author of The 
Battle Against Prosperity and other worka 

HEYWOOD, CHARLES W., Physician and Surgeon of 
Riverside, Illinois, was born Oct. 14, 1871, in Troy, New 
York. He was formerly Surgeon to the Cook County 
Hospital. He is now Surgeon to the St. Anthony De Padua 
Hospital. 

RICKEY, PRESTON Physician of 211 Shurley Building, 
Detroit, Michigan. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. 
front the University of Michigan.He is editor of the Journal 
of Roentgenology. 

HICKSON, WILLIAM JAMES, Physician and Psycho- 
pathologist of Chicago, Illinois, was born January 21, 1874, 
in New Yoik City. He has received the degree of A.B., A.M. 
and in 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the Univer- 

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sity of Pennsylvania. In 1913 he was director of the Medical 
Search Department of the Training School of Vineland, N.J, 
Since 1914 he has been director of the Psychopathic Labor- 
atory of the municipal court of Chicago ; is also professor 
of Clinical Psychology in the Illinois Post Graduate School. 

HIDDIlESON, CLIFFORD S, Physician of Akron, Ohio. 
He graduated from the Medical Department of the Univer- 
sity of Cincinnati ; and is a member of the American 
Medical Association and other medical societies. In 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D/. from the Medical College of 
Ohio. He has attained success in the practice of his profes- 
sion and has filled various positions of trust and honor. 

HIGHSMITH, JACOB FRANKLIN, Surgeon of Fayette 
ville, North Carolina, was born Sept. 1, 1868, in Hives, 
North Carolina. He was educated at Wake Forest College; 
and received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical 
College. He is an organizer and has been President of the 
Highsmith Hospital Company since 1906. He is a member 
of the American Medical Association ; the Tri-State Medical 
College and is president of the North Carolina Board of 
Medical Examiners. 

HILDRETH, JOHN LEWIS, Physician of Winchester, 
Mass., was born Nov. 29, 1838, in North Chelmsford, Mass. 
In 1867 he received the degree of M.D. from the Dartmouth 
Medical School. Since 1886 he has been physician and 
surgeon to the Cambridge Hospital. He is a member of the 
Massachusetts Medical Society, and other organizations 

HILL, CHARLES, Physician and Author of 6301 Cot- 
tage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born June 27, 
1862, in Leland, Illinois. In 1902 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Northwestern University. He is the author 
of A Manual of Histology and OrganogTaphy. 

HILL, EDWARD CURTIS, Physician, Microscopist and 
Author of 632-636 Metropolitan Building, Denver Colorado, 
was born Oct. 5, 1863, in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1891 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Gross Medical College. 
He is the author of Pain and Its Indication and other works. 

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HILL, GARDNER G., Physician and Banker of Keene, 
New Hampshire, was born March 20, 1829, in Winchester, 
New Hampshire. In 1856 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Castleton Medical College. He is President of the 
Keene Savings bank. 

HILL, RANDOLPH WILLIAM, Physician of 253 South 
Broadway, Los Angeles, California, was born January 20, 
1854, in Lexington, Virginia. In 1876 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. He has been 
President of the California State Board of Health. 

HILL, GEORGE RICHARD, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Kendall, Wisconsin, was born July 28, 1852, in 
Shanksville, Pennsylvania. In 1886 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Bennett Medical College. He is President 
of the Kendall State bank. 

HILL, GERSHOM HYDE, Soldier, Physician, Alienist 
and Author of Drake Park, Des Moines, Iowa, was born 
May 8, 1846, in Garnavillo, Iowa. In 1874 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He served 
in the civil waii. He is Superintendent of the Retreat, a 
Private Hospital. He is the author of ten Biennial Reix)rts 
of the hospital for the insane. 

HILL, JACOB W., Physician of 136 North Lafayette 
Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is President of 
the State Board of Health. 

HILL, LESLIE GRANT, Physician of Watertown, South 
Dakota, was born in 1868. In 1895 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is Pres- 
ident of the State Board of Health and Medical Examiners. 

HILL, SAMUEL SMITH, Physician of Wernersville, 
Pennsylvania, was born May 9, 1868, in Mercer county, 
Pennsylvania. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Western Pennsylvania Medical College. Since 1897 he 
has been Superintendent of the State Asylum; for the Insane 
He is vice-president of the Wernersville National bank. 

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HILL, WILLIAM STANLEY, Physician and Banker of 
Pelham, Georgia, was born in 1866 in Warwick, Georgia. 
In 1892 he received the degree of M.Di. from the Atlanta 
Medical College. He is President of the Pelham Land Loan 
and Imi)wovement Company. 

HILLER, HIRAM MILLIKEN, Surgeon of Chester, 
Pennsylvania, was born March 8, 1867, in Kahoka, Missouri. 
In 1908 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. He is Surgeon for the Baltimore and Ohio 
Railroad and Chester Hospital. Hp is a writer on the wild 
tribes of Borneo. Ceylon and other eastern peoples. 

HILLS, ALFRED KIMBALL, Physician of 541 West 
End Avenue, New York City, was born October 23, 1840, 
in Hudson, New Hampshire. In 1870 he received the degree 
of M.D from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is Pres- 
ident and editor of the Medical Times. 

HINDS HUGH, Physician and Surgeon of 1415 Gregory 
Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born in South Bend, Indiana. 
He was educated in the public schools of his native state. 
He received the degree of M.D. ; and is a member of several 
Medical Societies. He now ])ractices his profession in 
Chicago; and stands high in the profession. 

HINBS, CHARLES, Physician and Postmaster of Forest 
Grove, Oregon, was born October 25, 1858, in Forest Grove, 
Oregon. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital. He has served two terms as a membar 
of the state legislature; and since 1912 has been postmaster 
of his city. He is the owner of the Pacific Drug Company. 
...HINES, EDGAR, Phvsician of Seneca, South Carolina, 
was born in 1867. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of South Carolina. He is editor of 
the Journal South Carolina Medical Association, 

HILUSDALE, GUY, Physician and Author of Hot 
Springs, Virginia, was born October 26, 1858, in Brooklyn, 
New York. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Amherst College. He is a associate professor of Climitol- 
ogy in the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of 

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The American Climatolog'y and Chemical Association. Me 
is the author of Acromeg-aly and other works. 

HINSDALE, WILBERT B., Physician of 317 South 
State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, was born May 25, 1851. 
In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the Cleveland 
Medical College. He is editor of the University Homoepathic 
Observer. ; 

HIRSCHFELDER, JOSEPH OAKLAND, Physician, 
Scientist, and Author of 275 Post Street, San Francisco, 
California, was born September 8, 1854, in Oakland, Califor- 
nia. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Leipzig. Since 1882 he has been professor of 
Clinical Medicine in the Cooper Medical College; and since 
1909 has also filled the same chair in the Leland Stanford 
University, and Emeritus same 1912, He is the author of 
a Monograph on the Treatment of Tuberculosis. 

HIRSHBERG, LEONARD KEENE, Physician, Surgeon, 
Scientist and Writer of 1937 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, 
Maryland, was born January 9, 1877, in Baltimore, Mary- 
land. He received the degrees of A.B. and M.D. from the 
Johns Hopkins University; received the degree of M.A. 
from Loyala College ; and studied in the Universities of 
Berlin and Heidelberg. He is Visiting Physician of the city 
hospital and the Maryland hospital and other hospitals. He 
lias been President of the Physicians' Civic club ; and Pres- 
ident of the American Association of Clinical Research. He 
is the author of What To Do For The Baby ; Practical Bac- 
teriology; and other works. 

HIRST, BARTON COOKE, Physician and Author of 
1821 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was born 
July 20, 1861, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He has ])een professor of obstetrics in the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Text Book of 
Obstetrics and other works. 

HITCHCOCK, FREEMAN ST. CLAIR, Physician and 
Surgeon of 616 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born 

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^jovembel• 17, 1883, in New York City. In 1907 he received 
the deg-ree of M.D. from the New York Homoepathic 
Medical Colleg-e. He is the author of In the World of 
Psychology. 

HITCHCOCK, WM. WESLEY REED, Physician of ^!029 
Merchant Bank Building-, Los Angeles, California, was born 
in 1854, in Carroll County, Illinois. In 1879 he received the 
degi-ee of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is Treas- 
urer of the California Hospital Company. 

KITCHENS, A. PARKER, Physician of GlenoiJen, 
Pennsylvania, was born September 14, 1877, in Dolmar, 
Pennsylvania. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the MedicoChirurgical College of Philadelphia. He is direc- 
tor of the Molford Biological Laboratories of G^enolden, 
Pennsylvania. He is managing editor of the Journal of 
Bacteriology. 

HOAG, ERNEST BRYANT, Physician of 2715 Wooltey, 
Berkeley, California, was born March 23, 1868, in Evanston, 
Illinois. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Northwestern University Medical School. He has been a 
lecturer on public health in the LIniversity of California; 
and has practiced medicine in Pasadena since 1902. He is 
the author of Hygiene for Public Schools and other works. 

HOBSON, SARAH MATILDA, Physician of 22 East 
Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 1?61. In 
1890 she received the degree of M.D. from the Boston 
University. She is editor of the Journal American Institute 
of Homeopathy. 

HOCH, AUGUST, Psychiatrist and Editor of Wards 
Island, New York City, was born April 20, 1868, in Basel, 
Switzerland. Since 1910 he has been director of the Psychi- 
atric Institute of New York State Hospitals for the Insane, 
Ward's Island, New York. He has been President of the 
New Yoi'k Psychiatric Society. 

HODD, JOSEPH N., Physician and Banker of Eros, 
Louisiana, was born November 8, 1869, in Hood Mill, 
Louisiana. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the 

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ijniversity of Louisiana. He is President of the Eros Statd 
bank. 

HODGE, EDWIN RICHARD, Physician, Lecturer and 
Anatomist of Army Medical College, Washington, D.C, was 
born in 1860. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Georgetown University. He is the Anatomist to the 
Army Medical Museum of Washington, D.C. 

HODGE, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician of 324 Buffalo 
Avenue, Niagara Falls, New York, was born May 27, 1865, 
in Cambria, New York, He was educated in the University 
of the City of New York; and received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical Department of the Hahnemann Medical 
College. He was assistant surgeon of the University of 
Michigan ; and is senior member of the firm of Drs. Hodge 
and Wilson. He was surgeon for the New York Central 
Railway Company, the International Railway Company and 
other corporations ; examiner of the New York Life Insur- 
ance Company, the Vermont Life Insurance, Berkshire Life 
Insurance, Standard Life Insurance, Provident Life Insur- 
ance, Masonic Life Insurance and the Traveler's Insurance 
Companies. He has been President of the New York State 
Homoepathic Medical Society; a member of the American 
Medical Association, New York State Medical Society, 
Western New York Homoepathic Medical Society. Niagara 
County Medical Society and the American Institute of 
Homoepathy. He is trustee of the Young Men's Christian 
Association ; chairman of the advisory board of Niagara 
Falls Memorial Hospital; and a member of the Associate 
Staif of the Buffallo Homoepathic Hospital. He is a member 
of the Buffalo and Niagara Clubs. 

HODGE, JOHN WESLEY, Physician, Surgeon and 
Philanthropist of Gluck Building, Niagara Falls, New York, 
was born November 20, 1851, in Cambria, New Yoi'k. In 
1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Chicago 
Homoepathic Medical College. He is a leader in the move- 
ment for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination in 
America. He is a Special Agent of the American Society for 
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 



AMfiRiCAJ^ PHYSiCIAl^ AND SttRGfiON 

HODGES, JAMES HAKRISON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Scientist of Jacksonville, Florida, was born June 16, 1866, 
in Worthington Springs, Florida. In 1888 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Baltimore. He lectures on Surgery and Medicine in the 
Florida Medical Association. He is President of Florida 
Medical Association. 

HOFFMAN, .JOHN R., Physician of 235 West Washing- 
ton Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 1865. In 1891 he 
i^ceived the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Univer- 
sity Medical College. He is Secretary of the Chicago Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat College. 

HOFHEIMER, JUSTINIAN ALMAN, Physician and 
Surgeon of 123 West One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Street, 
New York City, as born July 9, 1861, in New York City. 
In 1890-96 he was Chief Surgeon in the Out-patient Depart- 
ment of Harlem hospital; and is now Attending Surgeon 
to St. Elizabeth's hospital. 

HOLDEN, GEORGE WALTER, Physician of Agnes 
Memorial Sanatorium, Denver, Colorado, was born Septem- 
ber 17, 1866, in Barre, Massachusetts. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from) the University of Vermont. Since 
1904 he has been Superintendent and Medical Director of 
the Agnes Memorial Sanatorium. He is vice-president of 
the National Association Hospital Superintendents. 

HOLDEN, GERRY ROUNDS, Surgeon of 215 Lama 
Street, Jacksonville, Florida, was born September 12, 1874, 
in Concord, New Hampshire. He received the degree of B.A. 
from Yale ; and in 1901 the degree of M.D. from the Johns 
Hopkins University. In 1906-10 he was Attending Gynecol- 
ogist to St. Luke's hospital; and since 1910 has been gynec- 
ologist to the Florida state hospital for insane. He is a 
fellow of the American College of Surgeons; a member of 
the State Medical Association; the Southern Medical Asso- 
ciation; and other medical institutions. 

HOLINGER, JACQUES, Physician and Surgeon of 5 
North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 1865, 

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in Switzerland. He has been Assistant Ear, Nose and Throat 
Clinic, Basel, Switzerland, and Eye and Ear Inflnnary 
Chicago; and an Instructor in Northwestern University 
Medical School. He is Surgeon of the Ear, Nose and Throat 
at Alexian Brothers' Hospital, the GeiTnan Hospital, St. 
Joseph's Hospital and St. Elizabeth Hospital. 

HOLLAND, JAMES W, Physician of 2006 Chestnut 
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was bom in 1849. Ijn 
1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. He is dean of the Jefferson Medical College. 

HOLUS, STARR CLARENCE, Physician of Adams, 
New York, was born August 8, 1878, in Sandy Creek, New 
York. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. fromi the 
Syracuse University. He is health officer of his town. He 
has been President of the Jefferson County Medical Society. 
In 1918 he was Commissioned Captain in the Medical Corps. 

HOLLISTER, FRANK CANFIELD, Educator and 
Physician of 264 West 77th Street, Bellevue, Connecticut, 
was born June 14, 1866, in Greenwich, Connecticut. In 1890 
he received the degree of M.D, from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. Since 1905 he has been Physician at the 
Gouverneur and St. Elizabeth hospitals. 

HOLLOPETER, WILLIAM CLARENCE, Physician and 
Author of 1411 Spi'uce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
was born in 1855, in Munsey, Pennsylvania. In 1877 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is Attending Physician in Children's Diseases 
at Philadelijhia and St. Joseph's hospitals. He is the author 
of A Textbook Hay Fever. 

HOLLY, EUGENE D., Physician of Candor, New York, 
was boi-n November 23, 1873, in Candor, New York. He was 
educated in the Candor Fi-ee Academy; graduated from the 
Cleveland Ilomtrpathic College ; received license to pi'actice 
in New York in 1879; and received the degi'ee of M.D. He 
is a member of the Broome County Homffipathical Medical 
Society and Tioga County Medical Society. 

HOLMES, BAYARD, Jr., Physician of 30 North Mich- 
igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was bom October 17, 1879, 

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in Yorkville, Illinois. He is engaged in the general practice 
of his profession. 

HOLMES, BAYARD TAYLOR, Educator, Surgeon and 
Author of 108 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois, was 
born July 29, 1852, in North Hero, Vermont. In 1888 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Univer- 
sity. He is Senior Professor of Surgery in the Medical 
Department of the University of Illinois. He is the author 
of Surgical Emergencies. 

HOLMES, CHRISTIAN R., Physician and Educator of 8 
East Eighth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born October 18, 
1857, in Veile, Denmark. He was educated in Denmark, 
Germany and America; and in 1886 received the degree of 
M.D. from Miami Medical College. In 1890-1904 he .was 
professor of Otology in the Miami Medical College; and 
since 1904 has been Oculist and Aurist in the Medical 
Department of the University of Cincinnati. Since 1914 he 
has been dean in the University of Cincinnati. He is a mem- 
ber of the American Opthalmology Society; the Cincinnati 
Academy of Medicine; and other Scientific and Medical 
Institutions. 

HOLMES, JAMES B., Physician of 100 Lafayette Ave- 
nue, American National Bank Building, Tampa, Florida, was 
born in 1852. In 1871 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from 
the Atlanta Medical College. He is Sui3€rintendent of the 
Halcyon Sanatorium. 

HOLTON, HENRY DWIGHT, Surgeon of Brattleboro, 
Vermont, was born July 24, 1838, in Rockingham, Vermont. 
In 1860 he received' the degree of M.D. from the New York 
University. He has been President of the Vermont Society 
of the S.A.R. Since 1897 he has been President of the Le- 
land and Gray Seminary. 

HONAN, .TAMES HENRY, Physician and Author of 
936 Hickman Road, Augusta, Georgia, was born November 
6, 1859, in Delphi, Indiana. In 1895 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. Since 1910 he has 
been Special Lecturer on Cardio-vascular Diseases in the 
University of Georgia. He is the author of What Heart 
Patients Should Know and Do and other works. 



AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

HONEY, SAMUEL ROBERTSON, Soldier, Lawyer and 
Statesman of 17 Eldon Road, Kensington, W. S. London, 
England, was born in 1842 in England. He taught school 
for two years, and in 1860 came to America. In 1860-62 he 
was Sergeant and Sergeant-Major of the Second Battalion 
of the Fifteen Regiment United States Infantry, in 1863 he 
became first Lieutenant, in 1866 Captain of the Thirty- 
Third Infantry, and in 1874 was brevetted Captain for 
gallant and meditorious services during the Atlanta Cam- 
paign and at the Battle of Jonesboro, being severely wound- 
ed. He also participated in the Chickamauga-Missionary 
Ridge and Atlanta Campaign, and in 1867-68 was Acting 
Assistant judge advocate general on the staffs of Generals 
Pope and Meade. In 1869-1905 he practiced law. In 1887-88 
he was Lieutenant-Governer of Rhode Island; and in 1891- 
92 was Mayor of Newport, Rhode Island. In 1893-94 he was 
the leader of the Rhode Island House of Representatives; 
and in 1892 and 1904 was Delegate to the Democratic 
National Conventions. 

HOOD, JOSEPH N., Physician and Banker of Eros, 
Louisiana, was born November 8, 1869, in Hood Mill, Louis- 
iana. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Louisville. He is President of the Eros State 
bank. 

HOOKER, EDWARD BEECHER, Physician of 721 Main 
Street, Hartford, Connecticut, was born February 26, 1855, 
in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1877 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Boston University. He has been President of 
the American In'stitution of Homoepathy. 

HOOPER, VERNON J., Soldier and Physician of 1993 
Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, was born December 
27, 1870, in South Lyon, Michigan. In 1898 he received the 
degree of M.D. from; the Michigan College of Medicine.Since 
1898 he has practiced medicine. He served as Captain and 
Assistant Surgeon in the United States Volunteers in the 
Philippines; and as major and surgeon in the first infantry 
Michigan national guard. 

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HOOVER, MERRITT O., Physician and Surgeon of 1536 
Grand Avenue, Chicag"o, Illinois, was born November 12, 
1871, in Union, Ohio. He has been Professor of Orthopedic 
Surgery in the Jenner Medical College ; and Medical Inspect- 
or of the Board of Health. He is now Attending Surgeon to 
St. Elizabeth's hospital. 

HOPKINS, GEORGE GALLAGHER, Physician and 
Surgeon of 350 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 
was bom June 9, 1843, in Peoria, Illinois. He is Regent 
Counsellor and Consulting Surgeon to the Long Island 
College hospital. 

HOPKINS, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS, Dentist and Author 
of 235 Marlborough, Boston, Massachusetts, was bom 
September 12, 1858, in Jersey City, New Jersey. In 1880 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicans 
and Surgeons in New York City. He has been professor of 
the theory and practice of dentistry at Tufts College. He is 
the author of The Care of the Teeth. 

HOPKINS, THOMAS A., Physician of 714-717 Century 
Building, St. Louis, Missouri, wos boi'n in 1867. In 1894 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Missouri Medical 
College. He is editor of The Medical Fortnightly. 

HORNER, JAMES RICHEY, Physician and Neurologist 
of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, was born June 7, 1861, in 
Tarentum, Pennsylvania. He has received the degree of A. 
M. and M.D. Until 1896 he was engaged in general practice 
in Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Pennsylvania ; and spent near- 
ly a year as Assistant Neurologist to the Queens Square 
hospital of London, England. He is now in the exclusive 
practice of Mental and Nervous Diseases. He has been 
secretary and editor of the Official Journal of the American 
Institute of Homcepathy, and is now a trustee of that cvgan- 
ization. 

HORNSBY, JOHN ALLAN, Physician of 6 North Mich- 
igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born December 19, 1861, 
in St. Louis, Missouri. He was formerly Foreign Exchange 
Editor of the Chicago Record Herald ; and late Superinten- 
dent of the Michael Reese hospital. He is now Lieutenant 

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of the United States Army Medical Reserve Corps; Editor 
of The Modern Hospital ; and is a hospital expert. 

HORSLEY, JOHN SHELTON, Surgeon and Author of 
617 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia, was born 
November 24, 1870, Levingston, Virginia. In 1892 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Virginia. 
He has been President of the Richmond Academy of 
Medicine and Surgery. He is surgeon in charge of the St. 
Elizabeth 's hospital. He is part author of American Practice 
of Surgery. 

HORTON ALDEXANDER F., Physician, Publisher and 
Author of 373 Fourth Avenue, New York City, was born 
April 15, 1858, in Skaneateles, New York. He is President 
and Treasurer of the Imperial Publishing Company. 

HOTCHKISS, LUCIUS WALES, Surgeon of 59 West 
Forty-eighth Street, New York City, was born December 
31, 1859, in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons New York City. Since 1909 he has been professvr 
of Clinical Surgery in the College of Physicans and Sur- 
geons. 

HOTCHKISS, LUCIUS WALES, Surgeon and Educator 
of 59 West Forty-eighth Street, New York City, was born 
December 31, 1859, in New Haven Connecticut. Since 1909 
he has been' professor of Clinical Surgery in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York; Visiting Sui'geon to 
Bellevue hospital; and Consulting Surgeon to numerous 
hospitals. 

HOUGHTON, MONTAFIX W-, Surgeon of 511 West- 
minster Street, Providence, Rhode Island, was born May 
22, 1880, in Washington, D.C. He graduated in 1904 from 
the Medical Department of George Washington University. 
In 1907 he was Commissioned Lieutenant and Surgeon of 
the R.I.N.M. and since 1905 has performed practically every 
capital operation in the U.S.P.II. Service. His private 
surgical practice has been a wide experience in addition to 
his immigration and quarantine duty. 

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HOUSTON, JOHN ALEXANDER, Physician of North- 
ampton, Massachusetts, In 1880 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical School of Maine. He is librarian of 
the Northampton State hospital. 

HOWARD, EWING FOX, Physician of First National 
Bank Building, Vicksburg, Mississippi, was born in 1874. 
In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from th© Tulane 
University of Louisiana. He is Editor and Publisher of the 
Mississippi Medical Monthly. 

HOWARD, HERBERT BURR, Physician of Huntington 
and Frances Avenues, Boston, Massachusetts, was born 
March 24, 1855, in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. In 1884 he 
i"eceived the degi'ee of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. He has been President of the American 
Hospital Association.Since 1908 he has been Superintendent 
of the Peter Bent Brigham hospital. 

HOWARD, WILLIAM FORREST, Surgeon and Public 
Official of Pocatello, Idaho, was born July 26, 1868, in 
Portsmouth, Ohio. He has received the degree of B.S., A.B., 
and in 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Kansas. He has been President of the Idaho 
State Medical Society; and Pi-esident of the Tri-state 
Medical Society. 

HOWARD, WILLIAM LEE, Physician, Surgeon and 
Authoi' of Westboro, Massachusetts, was born November 1, 
1860, in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1890 he received the 
degree© of M.D. from the University of Vermont. He is a 
Lecturer on Morbid Psychology at the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons at Westboro. He is the author of The Perverts 
and other works. 

HOWAT, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Physician of Ham- 
mond, Indiana, was born June 2, 1869, in Canada. In 1892 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Pennsylvania. He has been President of the Lake County 
Medical Society, and the Indiana Medical Association. 

HOWE, ALEXANDER CODLING, Physician and 
Laryngologist of 40 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, New 
York, was born June 10, 1863, in New York City. He is 
Assistant Surgeon of the Manhattan Eye and Ear hospital. 



AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

HOWE, LUCIEN, Opthalmic Surgeon of 522 Delaware 
Avenue, Buffalo, New York, was born September 18, 1848, 
in Standish, Maine. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Long Island College hospital. He is Vice-president 
of the Medical Society for the State of New York. Since 
1879 he has been professor of Opthalmology in the Univer- 
sity of Buffalo. 

HOWE, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, Physician and Medical 
Inspector of Albany, New York, was born September 11, 
1862, in Phelps, New York. He was educated in the Phelps 
High School; graduated from Hobart College, and the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. In 
1888-1909 he was engaged in general practice at Phelps 
when he became director of the Division of Communicable 
Diseases in the New York State Department of Health. In 
1910 he became the first State Deputy Comimissioner of 
Health of New York City until 1914. In 1915 he was 
appointed by the Regents of the State of New York as State 
Medical Inspector of Schools under the direction of 
Pi'esident Finley of the University of the State of New 
Yoi'k. He has been active in health and educational work for 
many years and is now devoting his entire time to the 
health direction of the schools of the State of New York. 

HOWELL, SAMUEL MATTHEW CRAWFORD, Phy- 
sician and Banker of Midland City, Alabama, was born 
October 10, 1869, in Echo, Alabama. In 1913 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Clark University. He is Pres- 
ident of the First National bank and of the People's 
Fertilizer and Gin Company. 

HOWELL, THOMAS, Physician of 8 West 16th Street, 
New York Hospital, New York City, was born in 1868. In 
1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the Dartmouth 
Medical College. He is President of the American Hospital 
Association. 

HOWELL, WILLIAM HENDERSON, Physician and 
Banker of Leesburg, Florida, was born January 10, 1859, 
in Alabama. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from 

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the Atlanta Medical College. He is President of the Citizens' 
bank. He has been mayor of his city. 

HOWES, PITTS EDWIN, Physician of 703 Washington 
Street, Boston, Massachusetts, was born in 1853. In 1881 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical 
College. He is editor of the Journal of Therapeutics and 
Dietetics. 

HOYT, HERBERT W., Physician and Laryngologist of 
33 Clinton Avenue, Rochester, New York, was born July 3, 
1863, in Wellsville, New York. He was educated in the 
Wellsvile Graded School, Genesee Normal, the University 
of Rochester; and graduated from the Boston University 
School of Medicine in 1891. He has received the degrees of 
A.B, and M.D. ; and is a Post-graduate of (Hospitals in New 
York and Europe. He is Laryngologist to the Rochester 
Homoepathic hospital; Consulting Laryngologist to Batavia 
hospital. He is a member of the Monroe County Homoepa- 
thic Medical Society; Western New York and New York 
State Homoepathic Medical Societies, American Institute of 
Homoepathic, Rochester Academy of Medicine, Monroe 
County Medical Society, American Medical Association and 
other organizations. He is also a member of the Delta 
Kappa Epsilon and University Clubs. 

HUBBARD, ALBERT E., Physician and Surgeon of 372 
Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York, was born in 1869, in 
Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, n 1894 he graduated from' the 
University of Buffalo; and received the degree of M.D. He 
is Surgeon to^the Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary; and is a 
member of the Erie County, New York State, Buffalo 
Ophthalmological Club, and the American Academy of 
Ophthalmology and Otology Laryngology. 

HUBBARD, GEO. WHIPPLE, Physician of 1118 First 
Avenue, Nashville, Tennesse, was born in 1841. In 1876 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Nashville. He is dean of the Meharry Medical College, 
"^alden University (Colored). 

HUBBARD, .JOEL D., Physician and Statesman of 
Versailles, Missouri, was born November 6, 1860, in Mar- 

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shall, Mo. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Missouri Medical College. In 1895-97 he was a member of 
cong-ress. 

HUBBARD, THOMAS, Physician of 515 Nicholas 
Building-, Toledo, Ohio, was born July 22, 1859, in Ashta- 
bula, Ohio. In 1882 he received the deg-ree of M.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. Since 1914 he has been 
President of the American Laryng-olog"ical Association. 

HUBBELL, EUGENE, Physician and Surgeon of 138 
East Sixth Street, St. Paul, Minnesota, was born November 
26, 1855, in Reedsburg, Wisconsin. He was educated at the 
Elvoy Seminary at Oshkosh, and received the degree of 
M.D. from the Normal and Hahnemann Medical College fit 
Chicag-o, Illinois. He has ben first Vice-president of the 
American Association and Orificial Association; and is now 
President of the American Association of Orificial Surgeons. 
He is a member of the American Association of Orificial 
Surgeons, the American Institute of Homoepathy, the 
Minnesota Homoepathic Institute, the Minneapolis Homoe- 
pathic Society and other educational and scientific associa- 
tions. 

RUBER, GOTTHELF CARL, Physician and Author of 
Ann Arbor, Michigan, was born August 30, 1865, in India. 
Since 1914 he has been Director of the Anatomical 
Laboratory of University, Michigan. 

HUCKABOY, GEORGE MANLY, Physician and Banker 
of Vivian, Louisiana, was born November 27, 1874, in 
Garfild, Louisiana. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Mephis Hospital Medical College. He is President 
of the Vivian State bank. 

HUDDLESTON, JOHN HENRY, Physician of 145 West 
Seventy-Eighth Street, New York City, was born July 11, 
1864, in Boston, Masachusetts. In 1891 he received the 
degi-ee of M.D. from the Harvard University. He is Visiting 
Physican to the Riverside Sanatorium and other hospitals. 

HUFFMAN, IRA E-, Physician of Res. 825 East Third 
Street, Oflice 40 South Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, was 
born in 1870. In 1901 he rerei /ed the degree of M.D. from 

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the Drake University. He is President of the State Board 
of Medical Examiners. 

HUFFMAN, OTTO V., Physician ,and Educator of 89 
Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, New oYrk, was born February 
7, 1882, in Dayton, Ohio. In 1903 he received the degree 
of M.D. from jthe Columbia University. He is dean of the 
Long- Island College hospital of Brooklyn, New York. 

HUGHES, CONDURANT, Physician of Mount Vernon, 
Missouri, was born August 4, 1865, in Miami, Missouri. 
In 1890 he received the degre of M.T>. from the Misouri 
Medical College. He was educated at the Washington 
University of St. Louis, Missouri. He is a successful phy- 
sican and a prominent member of the democratic party. 
He is now serving his first term of 1913-17 as Superintend- 
ent of the Missouri State Sanatorium. 

HUGHES, CHARLES HAMILTON, Physician, Founder 
and Author of 3858 West Pine Boulevard, St. Louis, 
Missouri, was born May 23, 1839, in St. Louis, Missouri. In 
1859 he received the degree of M.D. from the Washington 
University. He served in the civil war and attained the rank 
of Major and Army Surgeon. He is President of the faculty 
and professor of Nervous Diseases in the Barnes Medical 
College of St. Louis. He is the author of Shuttle Pulse and 
other works. 

HUGHES, MARC RAY, Educator, Physician and Neu- 
rologist of 508 North Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, 
was born February 15, 1878, in St. Louis, Misouri. In 1898 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Barnes Medical 
College. He has been adjunct professor of Neurology at 
Barnes Medical College. In 1901 he was Associate Editor of 
the Alienist and Neurologist. 

HULET, ARTHUR GIBBONS, Pharmacist of Phoenix, 
Arizona, was born April 23, 1869, in Bloomfield, Iowa. Since 
1903 he has been Secretary of the Arizona State Board of 
Pharmacy. 

HULL, ALEM PRICE, Physician and Banker of 25 
Houston Avenue, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, was born 
December 7, 1848, in Washingtonville, Pennsylvania. In 1873 

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he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical 
College. He is President of the Farmer's and Citizens' bank 
and other corporations. 

HUMPHREYS, FREDERICK H., Physician of 156 Wil- 
liam Street, New York City, was born September 7, 1847, 
in Utica, New York. He was educated at Rensselaer Poly- 
technic Institute ; the School of Mines of Columbia Univer- 
sity; Bellevue Hospital Medical College; and the University 
of Vienna. He is President of Humphreys Company. He has 
traveled extensively in North and South America, Europe 
and Africa. He was formerly private in the Seventy-first 
Regiment of the New York National Guard; and Assistant 
Foreman of the Washington Volunteer Steam Fire Com- 
pany, and the Trop Fire Department. He is a member of 
the Chi Phi Fraternity, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
Museum of Natural History, Academy of Sciences of New 
York, British Medical Association, New Jersey Historical 
Association, and the Society of Colonial Wars, the New 
York Chamber of Commerce and ^'^'ashington Headquarters 
Association. He is chairman of the Executive Committee 
and Secretary of the Morristown Horse Show. He is also a 
member of the Metropolitan, National Arts, Drug and 
Chemical, Rumson Country, Whippany River, Somerset, 
Morristown Golf and Morristown Field Clubs. 

HUN, HENRY, Physician and Author of 149 Washing- 
ton Avenue, Albany, New York, was born March 21, 1854, 
in Albany, New York. In 1879 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University. Since 1885 he has been 
professor of Nervous Diseases in the Albany Medical 
College. He is the author of Guide for American Medical 
Students in Europe, Differential Diagnosis of Nervous 
Diseases and other medical works. 

HUNT, EDWARD LIVINGSTON, Physician of 41 East 
Sixty-third Street, New York City, was born February 2, 
1871, in New Orleans, Louisiana. About 1893 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, New York City. He is Instructor in Neurology in 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia Univer- 

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sity. He is Visiting' Neurologist to the City hospital, the 
New York City Home for the Aged, the Workhouse and 
Penitentiary; is consulting neurologist to the Lincoln hos- 
pital; and Associate Consulting Neurologist to St. Luke's 
hospital. 

HUNT, JOHN WESLEY, Physician of 919 Cobb Build- 
ing, Anderson, Indiana, was born October 10, 1834, in 
Groveland, New York. In 1904 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Yale University. He served on the House 
Surgical Staff in Bellevue hospital of New York City. In 
1862 he was placed in charge of the Mill Creek hospital, 
near Fortress Monroe. 

HUNT, PRESTON, Physician of Texarkana, Texas, was 
born in 1866, In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is 
President of the Tri-state Medical Society of Arkansas, 
Louisiana and Texas. 

HUNT, RALPH HUDSON, Physician of 29 Harrison 
Sti-eet, East Orange, New Jersey, was born December 9, 
1869, in Camden, Maine. In 1894 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Medical School of Maine. He is President 
of the Essex County Mosquito Extermination Commission. 
He is attending physician to the Orange Memorial hospital. 

HUNT, WILLL\M J. Physician and Surgeon of 21 Notre 
Dame Street, Glens Falls, New York, was born October 16, 
1863, in Qeensbury, Warren county, New York. In 1891 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Baltimore ; and did post-graduate work in 
New York City. He is Surgeon to the Glens Falls hospital 
and President of the staff. He is a member of the American 
Medical Association, the New York State Medical Society 
and various other medical and surgical societies. 

HUNTER, EDWIN LLEWELLYN, Physician of 122 
South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born March 
25, 1874, in Fond du Lac, ^^'isconsin. He was President of 
the Hahnemann Clinical Society of Hahnemann College ; 
and Adjunct Professor of Surgery in the Hahnemann 
College. 

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HUNTER, PAULL STUART, Physician of 3101 Lowell 
Street, Denver, Colorado, was born March 29, 1877, in 
Morg-antown, West Virginia. In 1904 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Colorado School of Medicine. Since 1900 
he has been a platform lecturer on China. He is a Contrib- 
utor to Magazines. 

HUNTER, PAULL S., Physician of 3101 Lowell Street, 
Denver, Colorado, was born March 29, 1877, in Morgantown, 
West Virginia. In 1904 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Colorado School of Medicine. He is editor of the State 
Board of Health Bulletin. 

HUNTER, RIPLEY HAYES, Physician of Bullard, 
Texas, was born December 20, 1858, in Farmington, Ten- 
nessee, In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Nashville. He is President of the Citizens' 
State bank and other corporations. 

HUNTINGTON, GEORGE SUMMER, Physician and 
Surgeon of 437 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York City, 
was born March 21, 1861, in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1884 
he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons of New York City, In 1887 he was 
Attending Surgeon at the Roosevelt and Bellevue hospitals. 
In 1881 he was Chief Clinical Surgeon at the Vanderbilt 
Clinic. 

HUNTINGTON, THOMAS WATERMAN, Suigeon of 
350 Post Street, San Francisco, California, was born Jan- 
uary 16, 1849, in Rockford, Illinois. In 1876 he i-eceived the 
degree of M.D. from the Harvard University. Since 1910 he 
has been Chief Surgeon of the Western Pacific Railroad 
Company. He has been Vice-president of the American 
Surgical Association. 

HUNTOON, (JARDNER A., Physician of 1086 Twenty- 
fifth Street, Des Moines, Iowa, was born in 1874. In 1896 
he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the State University 
of Iowa. He is Editor and Publishei'of the Iowa Honm^pathic 
Journal. 

HUPP, FRANK LeMOYNE, Physician of 61 Fourteenth 
Street, Wheeling, "^^'est Virginia, was born in 1865. In 1887 

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he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Phy- 
sicans and Surgeons of New York City. He is Librarian of 
the Wheeling Medical Library Association. 

HURD, AKTHIJR WILLIAM, Physician of 570 Forest 
Avenue, Buffalo, New York, was born December 26, 1858, 
in Galesburg, Illinois. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Buffalo. He has been President 
of the Buffalo Academy of Medicine. Since 1894 he has been 
Superintendent of the Buffalo State hospital. 

HURD, HENRY MILLS, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 1023 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland, was 
born May 3, 1845, in Union City, Michigan. He was educated 
at the University of Michigan, receiving the degrees of A.B. 
in 1863, M.D. in 1866, A.M. in 1870 and the honorary degree 
of LL.B. in 1895 from that Institution of learning. In 1873- 
89 he was Superintendent of the Eastern Michigan Asylum. 
at Pontiac; in 1889-1906 was Professor of Psychiatry ai: the 
Johns Hopkins University; and became Emeritus Professor 
in 1906. In 1889-1911 he was Superintendent of the Johns 
Hopkins hospital. In 1890-1911 he was Editor of the Johns 
Hopkins hospital Bitlletin and of the Johns Hopkins hos- 
pital Reports. Since 1897 he has been one of the Editors of 
The American Journal of Insanity; and since 1913 one of 
the Editors of the Modern Hospital. He is a member of the 
Mai yland State Lunacy Commission. In 1896 he was 
President of the American Academy of Medicine ; in 1898-99 
was President of the American Medica-Pychological Asso- 
ciation; and in 1912 was President of the American 
Hospital Association. He is the Author of Hints to Hospital 
Visitors ; and Institutional Care of the Insane in the United 
States and Canada, in four volumes. 

HURDON, ELIZABETH, Physician and Author of 31 
West Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland, was born in 1868 
in Cornwall, England. In 1895 she received the dfjgree of 
M.D. from the College. Since 1899 she has been Assistant in 
Gynecology at the Johns Hopkins University. She is the 
Author of The Vermiform Appendix and Its Diseases, 

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HURTY, JOHN N., Physician and Author of Indian- 
apolis, 'Indiana, was born February 21, 1852, in Lebanon, 
Ohio. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D, from the 
Cential College of Physicians and Siirg^eons. Since 1896 he 
has been State Health Commissioner to Indiana. He is the 
Author of Health with Life. 

HUSSEY, ALBERT E., Physician of 16 East Seventh 
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born in 1878. In 1901 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of 
Ohio. He is Editor of the Therapeutic Digest. 

HUTCHINGS, RICHARD HENRY, Physician of Og- 
densburg, New York, was born August 28, 1869, in Clinton, 
Georgia. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital. He is Superintendent of the St. Lawrence 
State hospital. 

HUTCHINS, ELLIOT HOLSWORTH, Physician and 
Surgeon of 2217 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland, was 
born in 1880, in Battle Creek, Maryland. He was educated 
in the public schools of his county; in 1902 received the 
degree of A.B. from St. John's College at Annapolis, Mary- 
land; and in 1906 received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical Department of Johns Hopkins University. He has 
been Resident Surgeon to St. Ague's hospital of Baltimore, 
Maryland. He is now Visiting Surgeon to that hospital and 
to the Church Home and Infirmary and Mercy hospitals. 
He is Consulting Surgeon to the South Baltimpre Eye and 
Ear hospitals; Assistant Surgeon to the Out-Patient De- 
partment of Hopkins hospital; and Surgeon of the Balti- 
more Police Department. He is also Surgeon to various 
railroad companies and has been Associate Professor of 
Surgery in the University of Maryland and the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons Medical School. He is a member 
of the American Medical Association, the American College 
of Surgeons, the State and City Medical Societies and 
various other associations. 

HUTCHINS, FRANK FRAZIER, Physician of 507 
North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, was bom 
February 9, 1870, in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1892 he re- 

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ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of 
Indiana. Since 1908 he has been Professor of Mental and 
Nervous Diseases in the Medical Department of the Indiana 
University. 

HUTCHINSON, RANDALL, Physician and Surgeon of 
330 Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, California, was bora 
January 19, 1860, in Mercer county, New Jersey. In 1887 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University |0f 
Pennsylvania. He is Medical Examiner for the California 
State Life Insurance Company. 

HUTCHINSON,, WOODS, Physician, Lecturer and 
Author of 38 EastForty-ninth Street, New York City, was 
born January 3, 1862, in Selby, England. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D.from the University of Michigan. He is 
Professor of Clinical Medicine at the New York Polyclinic 
Institution. He is the author of The Gospel According to 
Darwin and other works. 

HUYSER, WILLIAM C-, Physician of 456 McNair 
Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan, was born in 1886. In 1911 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Illinois. He is Librarian of the Academy of Medicine. 

HYDE, MILES GOODYEAR, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 45 West Ninety-second Street, New York City, 
was boi-n June 12, 1842, in Portland, New York. He has 
been Surgeon to the Elmira, Cortland and Northern rail- 
road. He is the author of The Girl from Mexico and other 
works. 

HYLTON, WILLIAM NATHANIEL, Physician and 
Banker of Gresham, Nebi-aska, was born May 22, 1862, in 
New Virginia, Iowa. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of' Nebraska. He is President of the 
First National bank, 

IGr.AUER, SAMUEL, Physicain of 22 West 7th Street, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, was born December 28, 1871, in Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Cincinnati. Since 1910 he has been Associate 
Professor of Otology in the College of Medicine in the 
University of Cincinnati. 

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IKIRT, GEORGE P., Physician and Statesman of East 
Liverpool, Ohio, was born in 1852 in West Beaver, Ohio. 
In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from the Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. In 1893-95 he was a member of cong- 
ress. In 1884 he founded the East Liverpool Crisis. 

ILL, EDWARD JOSEPH, Physician of 1062 Broad 
Street, Newark, New Jersey, was born May 23, 1854, in 
Newark, New Jersey. In 1875 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He has been President of the Medical Society 
for the State of New Jersey. He is Surgeon to the Women's 
hospital. 

ILLOWAY, HENRY, Physician and Author of 1113 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born November 29, 
1848, in Bohemia. He was educated in the public schools 
and by private tutors; and received his medical education 
at Miami Medical College of Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1869-70 he 
was Resident Physician to the Cincinnati hospital; was 
Professor of the Diseases of Children at the Cincinnati 
College of Medicine and Surgery ; and Visiting Physician to 
the Jewish hospital of that city. He is the author of Con- 
stipation in Adults and Children, with Special Reference to 
Habitual Constipation and Its Most Successful Treatment 
by Mechanical Methods; The American Text-Book of the 
Diseases of Children; and other works. 

INGALS, E. FLETCHER, Physician of 104 South Mich- 
igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, He has been Professorial 
Lecturer on Medicine in University of Chicago since 1901. 
He is the author of Diseases of the Chest, Throat and Nose 
and other articles on the same subject. 

INGLIS, DAVID, Physician and Surgeon of 500 Shurly 
Building, Detroit, Michigan, was born December 27, 1850, 
in Detroit, Michigan. In 1871 he received th(t> degree of M.D. 
author of The Relation of Insanity to our Social Organiza- 
tion and other works. 

ISEMAN, LAWRENCE L., Surgeon of 30 North Mich- 
igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 1879, in Law- 

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rence, Kansas. He is Assistant Chief Surgeon to the Illinois 
Central Railroad Company. 

JACK, FREDERICK LAFAYETTE, Physician of 215 
Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, was born January 3, 
1861, in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1883 he received the 
degree of M.D, from the Harvard University. Since 1913 he 
has been Surgeon-in-chief of the Massachusetts Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary. He has been President of the 
American Otological Society; Vice-president of American 
Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society; and is 
a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society ; and many 
others. 

JACKSON, CHARLES W., Physician of 1 West Sixty- 
third Street, Watertown, Connecticut, was born October 29, 
1864, in New York City. He was educated in the publia 
schools and private schools of his native city. In 1881 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the New York University. 
He has been President of the County Society of Alienists; 
and is vice-president of Watertown West. Company, and 
chairman of the Watertown Fire District. He is a member 
of Watertown Club and other organizations. 

ACKSON, CLARENCE MARTIN, Physician of Minne- 
apolis, Minnesota, was born in 1875. In 1910 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Missouri. He is dean 
of the University of Missouri School of Medicine. 

JACKSON, EDWARD, Surgeon and Author of 318 
Majestic Building, Denver, Colorado, was born March 30, 
1856, in Goshen, Pennsylvania. In 1878 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 
1900 he was Opthalmologist to the Arapahoe county hos- 
pital of Denver, Colorado. He is the author of Diseases of 
the Eye and other works. 

JACKSON, GEORGE THOMAS, Physician and Author 
of 11 East Forty-eight Street, New York City, was born 
December 19, 1862, in New York City. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of New York City. He is the author of Diseases 

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of the Hair and Scalp ; Baldness and Hand-Book of Diseases^ 
of the Skin. 

JACKSON, HENRY, Physician of 380 Marlboro Street, 
Boston, Massachusetts, was born October 25, 1858, in 
Boston, Massachusetts. He received the degree of A.B. and 
in 1884 he received the degree of M.D. fromj the Harvard 
University Medical School. Since 1897 he has been physician 
to the Boston city hospital. He is a member of Association 
of American Physicians. He is the author of various articles . 
in leading medical journals. 

JACKSON, JAMES HATHAWAY, Physician of Dans- 
ville. New York, was born June 11, 1841, in Peterboro, New 
York. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Since 1882 he has been 
physician in charge of the Jackson Health Resort. 

JACOBI, ABRAHAM, Physician and Author of 19 East 
Forty-seventh Street, New York City, was born May 6, 
1830, in Germany. In 1851 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Bonn, Germany. Since 1870 he has 
been professor in the College of Physicians. He is the 
author of Diphtheria and other works. 

JACOBS, HENRY BARTON, Physician and Author of 
11 Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Maryland, was born June 
2, 1858, in South Scituate, Massachusetts. In 1887 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University. 
He is President of the Hospital for Consumptives of Mary- 
land. He is the author of Some Distinguished American 
Students of Tuberculosis. 

JACOBSOHN, WILLIAM, Physician and Author of 237 
West One Hundi-ed and Eleventh Street, New York City, 
was born September 1, 1870, in New York City. He is 
Consulting Physician to the German Odd Fellows' IlomeJ 
and Orphan Asylum; and physician to Lebanon hospital. 
He is the author of Significance and Management of Fever 
in Children and other works. 

JACOCKS, WILLIAM PICARD, Physician of 61 Broad- 
way, New York City, was born December 9, 1877, in 
Windsor, North Carolina. In 1911 he received the degree 

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of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1915 
he has been Acting Director for West Indies of International 
Health Commission. 

JAMES, ROBERT JOHN, Physician of 817 Northern 
B and T. Building', Seattle, Washington, was born in 1872, 
in Cardiff, Wales. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical Department of Hamline University. He is 
the aiithoi' of Surgical and Medical Diseases of the Lower 
Extremities and other works. 

JAMES,, WALTER BELKNAP, Physician and Educator 
of 17 West Fifty-fourth Street, New York City, was born 
May 11, 1858, in Baltimore, Maryland. He is professor of 
Clinical Medicine in Columbia University; and Consulting 
Physician to the Manhattan Eye and Ear hospital and New 
York Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

JAMESON, HENRY, Physician of 608 Hume-Mansur 
Building, Indianapolis, Indiana, was born September 9, 1848 
in Marion county, Indiana. In 1871 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is 
now President of the Board of Park Commissioners of 
Indianapolis; and has held various positions of trust and 
honor. 

JAMIESON, R. C, Physician of 604 Washington Arcade, 
Detroit, Michigan, In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. He is editor of The Leu- 
cocyte. 

JAMISON, ALCINOUS BERTON Physician and Author 
of 43 West Forty-fifth Street, New York City, was born 
Septerrflier 1, 1851, in Wooster, Ohio. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Fort Wayne, 
Indiana. He is the author of The Anus and Rectum, Their 
Physiology, Anatomy and Pathology. 

JANEWAY, THEODORE CALDWELL, Physician and 
Educator of 131 East Sixtieth Street, New York City, was 
born November 2, 1872, in New York City. Since 1909 he 
has been Bard Professor of Medicine; and since 1911 Visit- 
ing Physician to the Presbyterian hospital. He is the author 
of the Clinical Study of Blood Pressure; and articles in 
medical journals. 



AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

JANKO, NEHEMIAH, Physician and Surgeon of 166 
West One Hundred and Twenty-ninth Street, New York 
City, was born August 25, 1872, in Kishoneff, Russia. He 
was educated in the Russian Imperial Gymnasium ; gra- 
duated from the University of New York; and in 1898 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Baltimore Medical 
School ; and is a post-graduate of the Surgeons New York 
School of Clinical Medicine. He is physician to the Good 
Samaritan Dispensary; is also physician to the Beth Israel 
Hospital Dispensary. He is a member of the Eastern Medical 
Society the New York County Medical Society and of other 
clubs and societies. 

JANNEY, OLIVER EDWARD, Physician of 825 New- 
ington Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, was born March 8, 
1856, in Washington, D.C. In 1881 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is the author 
of The Making of a Man and other works. 

JARVIE, WILLIAM, Dentist of 105 Clinton Street, 
Brooklyn, New York, was born July 14, 1841, in Manchester, 
England. He is a director of the Co-operative Law Company. 

JARVIS, GEORGE OGLIVIS, Physician of Ashland, 
Ore., was born in 1873. In 1898 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is President 
of the American Association for the Study of Spondyl- 
otherapy. 

JARVIS, HENRY C, Physician and Banker of Schell 
City, Missouri, was born February 19, 1849, in Troy, Illinois. 
In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the St. Josephs 
Hospital Medical College. He is President of the Schell City 
bank. 

JARVIS, NATHAN S., Physician and Surgeon, the 
Manhattan club. New York City, was born in 1860, in Bal- 
more, Maryland. In 1899-1912 he was Lieutenant-Colonel 
and Brigade Surgeon in the National Guard of New York; 
retired in 1912. 

JAY, FRANK WEBSTER, Physician of 2510 Indiana 
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born September 1, 1868, in 
Marion, Indiana. Since 1890 be has practiced medicine in 

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Chicago, and served as a Surgeon in the Spanish-American 
War. 

JAYNE, WALTER ADDISON, Surgeon of Denver, 
Colorado, was born December 4, 1853, in Orange, New 
Jersey. He received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. Since 
1894 he has been professor of Gynecology and Abdominal 
Surgery in the University of Denver and the University of 
Colorado. He has been President of the Colorado State 
Medical Society, the Denver County Medical Society and the 
University club; and has been Vice-president of the Denver 
club. 

JEFFERSON, HERBERT PERRY, Physician, Inventor 
and Financier of 74 Boylston Street, Winthrop, Massachu- 
setts, was born February 13, 1856, in Andover, Massachu- 
setts. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University Medical College. He is Treasurer and 
General Manager and General Manager of the Jelakur Wool 
and Fibre Teating company of Boston. 

JELKS, JAMES THOMAS, Physician and Surgeon of 
480 Prospect Avenue, Hot Springs, Arkansas, was born May 
20, 1849, in Uchee, Ala. In 1903 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Memphis Hospital Medical College. He is 
Consulting Surgeon of Missouri Pacific and Iron Mountain 
Railroad. He edits the Hot Springs Medical Journal. He is 
the author of valuable articles on surgery and kindred 
topics. 

JELKS, JOHN LEMUEL, Surgeon of 806 Tennessee 
Trust Building, Memphis, Tenn., was born July 5, 1870, 
in Bells, Tenn. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D^ 
from the Memphis Hospital Medical College. He has been 
President of the American Proctologic Society. He is a 
contributor on medical topics. 

JELLIFFE, SMITH, ELY, Physician and Author of 64 
West Fifty-sixth Street, New York City, was born October 
27, 1866, in New York City. Since 1902 he has been editor 
of the Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases. He is the 
author of Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System and 
other works. 



AMEEICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

JENNINGS, CHARLES GODWIN, Physician of 435 
Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, was born February 4, 
1857, in Leroy, New York. In 1879 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Detroit Medical College. Since 1897 he has 
been professor of medicine in the Detroit College of Med- 
icine Surgery. He has been President of the American 
Pediatric Society. 

JEPSON, SAMUEL LAWRENCE, Journalist and Phy- 
sician of 81 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, West Virginia, was 
born April 7, 1842 in St. Clairsville, Ohio. In 1868 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. 
He has been President of the Board of Education; and 
President of the West Virginia State Medical Society. Since 
1906 he has been editor of the West Virginia Medical 
Journal. ^ 

JERMAIN, LOUIS F., Physician of 1701 Grand Avenue, 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was born in 1867. In 1894 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern University Med- 
ical College. He is dean of the Marquette University School 
of Medicine. 

JEWETT, CHARLES SHERMAN, Physician of 892 
Main Street, Buffalo, New York, was born March 16, 1865, 
in Moravia, New York. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He has been Clinical Pathologist of the Buffalo 
Hospital Sisters of Charity. 

JOHNSON, CHARLES NELSON, Dentist, Author and 
Poet of 22 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois, was 
born March 1, 1860, in Canada. In 1910 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical 
College. He is professor of operative dentistry at Chicago 
College of Dental Surgery. He is the author of Poems of the 
Farm and other works. 

JOHNSON, FRANK SEWARD, Physician and Educator 
of 2521 Prarie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born April 18, 
1856, in Chicago, Illinois. In 1878 he received the degree of 
A.M. from Northwestern University ; and M.D. in 1881 from 
the Chicago Medical College. He is Emeritus Dean and 

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Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine in the Medical 
Department of Northwestern University; is Attending 
Physician Michael Reese hospital and consulting physician 
to Mercy hospital of Chicago. He is a member of the Amer- 
ican Medical Asociation, Chicago Medical Society, Illinois 
State Medical Society, Chicago Academy of Sciences and 
other organizations. ^ 

JOHNSON, GEORGE HENRY, Soldier, Physician and 
Surgeon of Atchison, Kansas, was born October 5, 1842, 
near Mount Vernon, Illinois. In 1869 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Homoepathic Medical College of Missouri. 
He served in the civil war. He has been President of the 
Board of Examining of Atchison, Kansas. 

JOHNSON, HENRY LOWRY EMILUS, Physician of 
1821 Jefferson Place, Washington, D.C., was born November 
11, 1858, in Washington, D.C. In 1882 he received the 
degi'ee of M.D. from the Columbia University. He has been 
president of the Medical Association of the District of 
Columbia. Since 1897 he has been Professor of Gynecology 
in the Washington Post-Graduate School of Medicine. 

JOHNSON, JAMES CLARENCE, Educator, Physician 
and Author of 55 East Harris Street, Atlanta, Georgia, was 
born April 9, 1865, in Troup county, Georgia. In 1887 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Atlanta Medical 
College. Since 1898 he has been Professor of Physiology at 
the Atlanta College of Physicans and Surgeons. He is the 
author of Pathology of Fever. 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH H. S., Physician of 1518 North 
Washtenaw Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born August 30, 
1856, in Portland, New York. He founded the National 
Medical University and was a Professor in the same for 
many years. 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH TABER, Physician and Educator 
of Cherrydale, Virginia, was born' June 30, 1845, in Lowell, 
Massachusetts. In 1^65 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Georgetown Medical College ; attended Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College and Georgetown and George Washington 
Universities; and received the degrees of M.D., A.M., Ph.D. 

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and LL.D. In 1867 he began to practice at Washington; 
took dogree in Obstetric Operations at Vienna; in 1868-72 
was Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and 
Children ; Acting- Assistant Surgeon of United States Army ; 
in 1874 a lecturer, in 1876 professor of Obstetrics, now 
Emeritus professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery 
of the Medical Department of Georgetown University, D.C. ; 
and has been President of the faculty thirty years. He is 
Consulting Surgeon to six hospitals; is a member of the 
American Gynecological Society, Southern Surgical and 
Gynecological Association, Gynecological and Obstetrical 
Societies; is a fellow of Britain Gynecological Society and 
American Colleg-e of Surgeons. He is also a member of the 
Association of Military Surgeons of United States, Sons of 
the American Revolution and Mayfllower Descendants and 
other societies. 

JOHNSON, LUTHER, Physician and Surgeon of Bour- 
bon, Indiana, was born in 1836, in Eindlay, Ohio. He has 
been United States examiner for pensions. He has been 
President of the Marshall county Medical Society. 

JOHNSON, N. I^iDOIT, Physician and Surgeon of 209 
South State Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born March 1, 
1869, in Morrison, Illinois. He is engaged in the general 
practice of his profession. 

JOHNSON, OTTO IRITHIOF, Physician of winthrop, 
Minnesota, was born April 5, 1875, in Sweden. In 1881 he 
came to America with his parents. He was educated in the 
public schools of St. Paul; and in 1902 received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, at 
HamJine University; and served one year as an interne at 
Bethesda hospital. Since 1903 he practiced medicine in 
Winthrop. He is a member of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, the Minnesota State Medical Society and Camp 
Reliance Medical Association and other associations. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT WILKINSON, Surgeon of 101 
West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Maryland, was born 
September 8, 1854, in Rockland, Maryland. In 1879 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. f i on the University of Pennsyl- 

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vania. Since 1909 he has been Emeritus Professor of 
Surgery in the Baltimore Me(Jical College. He has been 
President of the Clinical Society of Maryland. 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA, Physician of 1518 North Wash- 
tenaw Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born August 23, 1889, 
in Chicago, Illinois. She has been Professor of Histology in 
the National Medical College ; and President of the Woman's 
Democratic club of the Fifteenth Ward. 

JOHNSON, WALLACE, Educator, Physician and 
Author of Washington, D.C., was born May 2, 1867, in 
Middletown, Ohio. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of Ohio. He is part author of 
Surgery. 

JOHNSTON, CHRISTOPHER, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 21 West Twentieth Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 
was born December 8, 1856, in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1880 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Maryland. Since 1899 he has been Associate Professor of 
Oriental History at the Johns Hopkins University. He is 
the author of Epistolary Literature of the Assyrians and 
Babylonians. 

JOHNSTON, GEORGE BENJAMIN, Educator, Phy- 
sician, Surgeon and Founder of 405 East Grace Street, 
Richmond, Virgina, was born July 25, 1853, in Virginia. In 
1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
New York City. He has been Professor of Gynecology and 
of Abdominal Surgery at the Medical College of Virginia. 
He is one of the founders of the Old Dominion hospital. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES CHEW, Physician and Editor of 
115 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York City, was born in 
1869, in Louisville, Kentucky. Since 1908 he has been 
Assistant Professor of Dermatology in Cornell Medical 
College. 

(JOLLY, JOHN C, Physician and Banker of Lake, 
Indiana, was born November 5, 1857, in Spencer county, 
Indiana. He has received the degrees of B.S. and M.D. from 
the Kentucky School of Medicine. He has been president of 
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Realty Company; and has been identified with various other 
business enterprises. He is still actively engaged in the 
practice of medicine, banking and farming ; and is a member 
of I the State Medical Society. He is President of the Lake 
State bank. He is President of the Nancy Hanks Lincoln 
Buria Ground Board; and is active in religious and educa- 
tional work. 

JOLLY, WILLIAM, JAMES, Physician of 225 Lee 
Building, Oklahon^a City, Oklahoma, was born in 1852. In 
1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Col- 
lege of South Carolina. He is dean of the University of 
Oklahoma School of Medicine. 

JONAS, AUGUST FREDERICK, Surgeon of 45 Brandei^ 
Building, Omaha, Nebraska, was born June 12, 1858, inj 
Arlington, Wisconsin. In 1877 he I'eceived the degree of M. 
D. from the Bennett Medical College; attended Ludwig 
Maximilian University, Munich in 1884; and took post- 
graduate work at Vienna, Berlin and Paris. Since 1877 he 
has been engaged in the practice of medicine. Since 1892 he 
has been Professor of Surgery in the Medical Department 
of the University of Nebraska; is Surgeon to Nebraska 
Douglas Company, Wise Memorial hospitals ; Chief Surgeon 
of the Union Pacific Railway ; Division Surgeon of the Chi- 
cago and Northwestern Railway; and Assistant Surgeon of 
the Chicago and St. Paul, and M- and Ohio Railroads. He 
is a member of the American Medical Association, American 
Surgeons Association, Western Surgeon and Gynecological 
Association, Missouri Valley Medical Association, Omaha- 
Douglas County and Nebraska State Medical Societies and 
the American Railway Association. He is also a member of 
the Commercial, Omaha Country, University and Omaha 
clubs. 

JONES, CHARLES HAMPSON, Physician of Baltimore, 
Maryland, was born December 11, 1858, in Baltimore, 
Maryland. About 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Edinburgh of Scotland. Since 1000 he has 
been Assistant Commissioner of Health for Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

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JONES, EDWARD GROVES, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 714 Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia, was born 
January 14, 1874, in Chattanooga county, Georgia. In 1900 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Atlanta College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. He is Professor of Gynecology in 
the Atlanta School of Medicine ; and is Proctor of that Ins- 
titution. He is the author of Notes on Obstetrics and Gynec- 
ology and other works. 

JONES, EDWIN EMERY, Physician of Colebrook, New 
Hampshire, was born January 4, 1870, in Loudon, New 
Hampshire. In 1888 he graduated from Pembroke Academy ; 
studied at Dartmouth College one year; and in 1894 received 
the degree of M.D. from Dartmouth Medical College. He 
practiced medicine at Norwich, Vermont, Concord, Vermont, 
and since 1898 at Colebrook, New Hampshire. He has been 
House Surgeon to the Mary Hitchcock hospital, at Hanover, 
New Hampshire, in 1894 ; and was Post-master of the Even- 
ing Star Lodge Masons. Since 1911 he has been Surgeon to 
Dr. Jones Private hospital at Colebrook; since 1904 has 
served on the Board of Education ; and in 1904-14 was 
chairm.an. He is a member of Coos County Medical Society, 
the New Hampshire State Medical Association and the 
American Medical Association. 

JONES, HEBER, Physician of 1108 Exchange Building, 
Memphis, Tennesse was born September 11, 1848, in Philip 
County, Arkansas. In 1869 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Virginia. He has been President of 
the Tennessee State Board of Health. 

JONES, LELAND D.. Surgeon of San Diego, California, 
was born July 6, 1879, in Neosho Falls, Kansas. He was 
educated in the Dublic schools of his native town and at 
the University of California. He has been President of the 
San Diego Dental Society ; since 1916 he has been President 
of the Southern California Dental Association and is dir- 
ector of the San Diego Y.M.C.A. He is a member of the 
Southern California Dental Association; B.P.O.E., K. of P., 
M.W.A.F.B., Musical Organizations, San Diego Co. Dental 
Association, National Dental Association, Dental Protective 

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Association, National Mouth Hygiene Association, and 
Chamber of Commerce. 

JONES, JOHN ROBERT, Physician and Surgeon of 
2299 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, was born June 29, 
1847, in Ireland. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. Since 1872 he has prac- 
ticed with success in Detroit. He is prominently identified 
with many medical and scientific associations. 

JONES, PHILIP MILLS, Physician of 930 Butter Build- 
ing, San Francisco, California, was born January 17, 1871, 
in Brooklyn, New York. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. Since 1902 he 
has been editor of the California State Journal of Medicine. 
He has been vice-president of the American Academy of 
Medicine. 

JONES, ROBERT ELAM, Physician and Banker of 
Crystal Springs, Mississippi, was born October 5, 1843, in 
Utica, Mississippi. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Tulane University of Louisiana. He is President 
of the Bank of Commerce. 

JONES, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Physician of 613 
Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota, was born May 
B4, 1859, in St. Peter, Minnesota. In 1881 he i-eceived the 
degree of M.D. from the New York University. Since 1900 
he has been Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases ini 
the University of Minnesota. He has been President of the 
Minnesota Academy of Medicine. 

JONES, WILLIAM HARRIMAN, Physician of 131 Pine 
Avenue, Long Beach, California, was born August 22, 1876, 
in Battle Creek, Michigan. In 1899 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Cooper Medical College. He has been 
President of the Public Health Association of Southern 
California. 

JOSLIN, ELLIOTT PROCTOR, Physician of 81 Bay 
State Road, Boston, Massachusetts, was born June 6, 1869, 
in Oxford, Massachusetts. In 1895 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Harvard University. Since 1912 he has 
been Assistant Professoi- of Theory and Practice of Physic 
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JUDD, ASPINWALL, Surgeon of 137 West Sixty-ninth 
Street, New York City, was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. 
In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicans and Surgeons of Columbia University. He was 
formerly Radiologist to the Post Graduate Medical School 
and Hospital and Adjunct Professor of Surgery in that 
Institution ; Vice-president and Surgical Director of Luth- 
eran hospital; and Attending Surgeon to he Broad Street 
hospital. He is a meniber of the American Medical Associa- 
tion; Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of New York; 
Medical Association of Greater New York ; and other organ- 
izations. 

JUDSON ADONIRAM BROWN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 53 Washington Square, New York City, was born 
April 7, 1837, in Brumah. In 1865 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. During the civil 
war he was Assistant Surgeon in the United States Army. 
He has been Pension Examining Surgeon, He is the author 
of The Influence of Growth on Congenital and Acquired 
Deformities. 

JUETTNER, OTTO, Physician and Author of 628 Elm 
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born February 3, 1865, in 
Germany. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Ohio. Since 1909 he has been Professor 
of Clinical Medicine and Physical Therapeutics in the Cin- 
cinnati Polyclinic and Post-Graduate School. He is the 
author of Daniel Drake and his Followers and other works. 

JUNKERMAN, GUSTAVUS, Dentist of 213 West Court 
Street, Cincinati, Ohio, was born February 14, 1859, in 
Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of Ohio. Since 1893 he has been 
dean of the Cincinnati College of Dental Surgery. 

JUNKERMAN, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Physician and 
Surgeon of 138 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. In 1889 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Med- 
ical College. He has been President of the Columfbus Homoe 
Clinical Society. 

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KAHLO, GEORGE, DWIGHT, Physician and Surgeon 
of Hotel Greenbriar, Indianapolis, Indiana, was born April 
27, 1864, in Napoleon, Ohio. In 1891 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He has 
been a Surgeon in the Indiana National Guard. His practice 
is now limited to Internal and Diagnosis. 

KAHN, HARRY, Physician of 30 North Michigan Ave- 
nue, Chicago, Illinois, was born July 18, 1869, in Huntington, 
Indiana. He has been Professor in the Northwestern School 
of Pharmacy since 1900. He is Attending Laryngologist to 
Michael Reese hospital. 

KAHN, MAX, Physician, Chemist and Author of 1056 
Hoe Avenue, New York City, was born March 17, 1887. He 
graduated from Cornell University and has received the 
degrees of M.D., M.A. and Ph.D. He is director of the 
Chemical and Physiological Laboratories of the Beth Israel 
hospital of New York City; and Associate, in Biological 
Chemistry in Columbia University. He is the author of 
Moliere and The Physician ; Shakespeare's Knowledge of 
Medicine; History of the Lithotomy Operation; Rambam, 
the Physician and numerous other medical works. 

KAHN, MORRIS H., Physician and Author of 165 West 
Seventy-first Street, New York City. He is the author of 
Studies in Hemogglutination and other Medical Monographs. 

KAKAZA, THEODORE MASIZA, Physician of 807 
Blake Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, was born May 6, 1878, 
in Healdtown, South Africa. He was educated at Zonnebloem 
College of Capetown; and at the Wilberforce University of 
Ohio. In 1906 he received the degree of M.D. from tha 
Medical College of the University of Toronto; and took a 
post-course at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons 
at Edinburg, Scotland. He is Physician to the Sisters of 
Charity hospital; and Lecturer in Diseases of Childi-en, 
Hygiene and Bacteriology to the Training School for Nurses 
of the Sisters of Charity hospital of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

KALINOWSKI, NICHOLAS, Physician and Surgeon of 
4814 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born 
November 28, 1885, in Zagorow, Poland. He received the 

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degree of M.D. from Chicago College of Medicine and 
Surgery. He is editor of the Polish Medical Journal ; and of 
the Polish Binlstyn Tom. Lek. Polskich. He is a member of 
the Chicago Medical Society and Chicago Polish Medical 
Society, and of other organizations. 

KANAVEL, ALLEN BlICKNER, Surgeon of 30 North 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 1874, in 
Sedgwick, Kansas. He is Attending Surgeon to Wesley 
hospital ; and is Associate Editor of Surgery, Gynecology 
and Obstetrics. 

KANE, BAYARD, Physician of West Chester, Pennsyl- 
vania, was born in 1871. In 1899 he received the degree of 
M.D. He is a noted Neurologist and Psychiatrist. He holds 
a fellowship in the American Medical Association. He re- 
sides on Fern Hill Farm, near the Railroad Station of Fern 
Hill, West Chester, Pennsylvania. 

KARREMAN, ADRIAN REGINALD, Physician of 6417 
Stewart Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in Grand 
Rapids, Michigan. He graduated from the University of 
Michigan, from Rush Medical College and from the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons; and was Surgeon Major of 
Cavalry E. He is now Medical Examiner for several societies. 

KAUFMAN, JACOB, Physician of 52 East Fifty-eighth 
Street, New York City, was born in 1860. In 1885 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Strausburg, 
Germany. He is President of the American Gastro-Enter- 
ological Association. 

KEATING, JOHN WILLIAM, Physician of 722 East 
Kingsley, Ann Ar})or, Michigan. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is 
Editor and Publisher of the Physician and Surgeon. 

KEBLER, LYMAN FREDERICK, Physician and Che- 
mist of 1322 Park Road, Washington, D.C., was born June 
8, 1863. In 1906 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
George Washington University. He is Chief of the Drug 
Division. Bureau of Chemistry of the United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture at Washington. 

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KEEFE, JAMES EUCHERIUS, Dentist of 104 South 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born February 20, 
1864, in Chicago, Illinois. He has been engaged in the prac- 
tice of dentistry since 1886 ; and is President and Treasurer 
of the Haskell Post-Graduate Dental College. 

KEEFE, JOHN WILLIAM, Surgeon of 262 Blackstone 
Boulevard, Providence, Rhode Island, was born April 25, 
1863, in Worcester, Massachusetts. He attended Worcester 
High School ; studied at the University of Michigan ; and in 
1884 received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Depart- 
ment of the University of New York. For two years he was 
an interne at the Bellevue hospital. He is Attending Surgeon 
to the Rhode Island hospital ; and Consulting Surgeon to 
the Providence City hospital. Memorial hospital of Paw- 
tucket, A.I. ; Woonsocket hospital, of Woonsocket, Rhode 
Island, St. Joseph's and the Providence Lying-in hospitals 
of Providence. He has been President of the American 
Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and Sociol- 
ogists; and was President of the Rhode Island Medical 
Society. He is a member of the Providence, American and 
Rhode Island Medical Association, the American Obstetrical 
and Gynecological Association and the Alumni Association 
of Bellevue hospital. He is also a member of the University 
and Hope Clubs. 

KEELER, ELMER E., Physician of 3315 Warren Street, 
Syracuse, Ne\v York, was born in 1861. In 1886 he I'eceived 
the degree of M.D. from the New York Homcepathic Medical 
College. He is Editor and Publisher of the Good Health 
Clinic. 

KEELEY, MILTON R., Physician of Leslie and Keeley 
Co., Dwight, Illinois. In 1886 he i-eceived the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. He is President of The 
Leslie E. Keeley Company. 

KEEN, WILLIAM MILLIAMS, Educator and Surgeon 
of 1729 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was 
born January 10, 1837, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 
1862 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. He has been President of the American 

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Philosophical Society; and Emeritus Professor of Surgery 
in the Jefferson Medical College. 

KEENBY, HOMER I., Surgeon of 620 Medical Building, 
Portland, Oregon, was born May 8, 1876, in Tinn county, 
Oregon. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. He is President of three financial 
concerns. 

KEILLER, WILLIAM, Physician and Author of 1209 
Avenue C, Galveston, Texas, was born July 4, 1861, in 
Scotland. In 1890 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the 
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Since 1891 he 
has been professor of Anatomy in the University of Texas. 
He is part author of Text-Book on Anatomy by American 
Authors. 

KELLEY EUGENE R-, Physician of 604 Cobb Building, 
Seattle, Washington. In 1906 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Johns Hopkins University. He is editor of the 
Bulletin State Board Health. 

KEELEY, SAMUEL WALTER, Physician and Surgeon 
of Cleveland, Ohio, was born September 15, 1855, in Adams- 
ville, Ohio. About 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Western Reserve University. He has been President of 
the Ohio State Pediatric Society. He is the author of About 
Children and other works. 

KELLOGG, EDWARD BRINLEY, Physician of 1084 
Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts, was born August 
21, 1850, in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. In 1882 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical School of Maine. He is 
Assistant Medical Director of the John Hancock Mutual 
Life Insurance company. 

KELLOGG, EDWARD LELAND, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 48 West Fifty-first Street, New York City, was 
born August 1, 1872, in Homer, New York. He is Chiefs 
Examiner for the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company. 
He is the author of Information for Patients and other 
Monographs. 

KELLOGG, EDWIN WELLES, Physician and Surgeon 
of 107 East Ninty-first Street, New York City, was born- 

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December 19, 1878, in Walla, Walla, Washington. He is the 
author of Surgical Appendicitis and other Medical Mono- 
graphs. 

KELLOGG, JOHN HARVEY, Physician of Battle Creek, 
In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the Belleivue)' 
Michigan, was born February 16, 1852, in Tyrone, Michigan. 
Hospital Medical College. Since 1875 he has practiced in 
Battle Creek; and since 1876 has been Superintendent of 
the Battle Creek Sanitarium. He is the Inventor of improved 
apparatus and instruments for medical and surgical pur- 
|)Oses. He is Author of two series of Text-Books and Charts 
on Physiology for Use of Schools; Man the Masterpiece; 
Art of Masage; Rational Hydrotherapy; Light Therapeut- 
ics; Colon Hygiene; Neurasthenia; also many technical 
papers and articles. For forty wears he has been the editor 
of Good Health. 

KELLOGG, THEODORE H., Physician of Riverdale-on- 
Hudson, New York, was born May, 1841, in Grahamville, 
South Carolina. He has received the degrees of A.B. A.M. 
and M.D. He served in the Civil War; and was pensioned 
for services rendered as First Lieutenant of the Seventh 
Squadron Rhode, Island Cavalry. For ten years he was in 
private practice in New York City; was Superintendent of 
the Willard State hospital; and since 1897 has been phy- 
sician in charge of Dr. Kellogg's House. He is the author of 
Text-Book on Mental Diseases and several monographs. 

KELLY, HOWARD ATWOOD, Physician of 1418 Eutaw 
Place, Baltimore, Maryland, was born February 20, 1858, in 
Camden, New Jersey. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. fron> the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1899 he 
has been Pi'ofessor of Gynecology in the John Hopkins 
University. He is the author of Operative Gynecology and 
other works. 

KELLEY, WH.LIAM WEBBER, Physician of North 
Washington Street, Wilner Building, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 
was boin in 1876. He is President of the Fox River Valley 
Medical Society. 

KELSEY, CHARLES BOYD, Physician and Author of 

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44 East Twenty-ninth Street, New York City, was bom 
November 19, 1850, in Farmington, Connecticut. He is 
Assistant Demonstrator in Anatomy in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. He is the author of Standard 
Text-Books; and Associate Editor of the Annual of the 
University Medical Sciences. 

KEMPER, GENERAL WILLIAM HARRISON, Physi- 
cia and Author of Muncie, Indiana, was born December 16, 
1889, in Rush County, Indiana. In 1865 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Indiana Medical College. He has been 
President of the Delaware County Medical Society. He is 
the author of Medical History of the State of Indiana and 
other works. 

KEMPSTER, WALTER, Physician and Author of 426 
Jackson Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was born May 25, 
1841, in London, England. He is Professor of Mental 
Diseases in the Wisconsin College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. He is the author of A Roman Dinner and other 
works. 

KENE, JOSEPH ALPHONSE, Physician of 64 Greene 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, was born July 4, 1857, in New 
Rochele, New York. He is Medical Examiner for the Civil 
Service Commission of New York City. 

KENERSON, VERTNER, Surgeon of 181 Allen Street, 
Buffalo, New York, was born February 28, 1866, in Boston, 
Massachusetts. He has received the degrees of A.B., A.M. 
and M.D. from Yale University. He served as interne in the 
New York hospital and Hudson hospital in New York City. 
He has been Attending or Consulting Surgeon to three 
hospitals in Buffalo; and Past Assistant Surgeon of the 
Forty-seventh Regiment of the National Guard of New 
York. He is a member of all medical societies. He served 
fourteen monuths in the United States Army during the 
Spanish- American War ; and is a member of the University 
club. 

KENNEDY, WALLACE DANIEL, Farmer, Physician 
and Banker of Metter, Georgia. In 1891 he received the 

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degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia. He is 
President of the Bank of Metter. 

KENNER, ROBERT COLEMAN, Physician of 2505 
Portland, Oregon, was born in 1859, in Louisville, Kentucky, 
In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Louisville. He is Editor, and Publisher of the Therapeutic 
Record. 

KENNEY, JOHN A., Physician of Jaskque Institute, 
Alabama, was born June 11, 1874, in Albemarle County, 
Virginia. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from ihe 
Leonard Medical College. For eight years he was Secretary 
and, for one year President of the National Medical Asso- 
ciation. 

KENWORTHY, W. B., Physician and Insurance Pres- 
ident of Milford, Pennsylvania, was born in 1873 in Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is President 
of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New Jersey. 

KEPLER, CHARLES OBER, Surgeon of 362 Comttnon- 
wealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, was born August 
20, 1868, in Burhank, Ohio. In 1899 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Harvard University Medical College. He is 
Examining Surgeon for the Boston Consolidated Gas 
Company. 

KERLEY, CHARLES GILMORE, Physician and Author 
of 132 West Eighty-first Street, New York City, was born 
June 23, 1863, in Red Hook, New York. In 1880 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the New York University. Since 
1903 he has been Professor of the Diseases of Children irt 
the New York Polyclinic Medical School. He is the author 
of Practice of Pediatrics and other works. 

KERN, MAX, Physician and Surgeon of 486 East 
Thirty-first Street, Chicago, Illinois, was born in Stanis^jvi, 
Austria. He received the degree of M.D. from the Chicago 
College of Medicine and Surgery. He has been a member of 
the Committee of Amalgamation of Eastern and Western 
Jewish Medical Fraternities; editor-in-chief of Aleph-Yodh- 
He Medic; and Secretary of the Staff of Douglas hospital. 

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He is Associate in the Department of Surgery of Jenneii 
Medical College. He is a member of Aleph Yodh He Medical 
Fraternity, Zeta Mu Phi, Chicago Medical Society; is a 
fellow of the American Medical Association, and a member 
of other organizations. 

KERR, ELLIS K., Physician of 30 North Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 1875, in Chicago, 
Illinois. He is Assistant Professor of Medicine in Rush Med- 
ical College ; and is^ Lieutenant of the United States Army 
Medical Reserve Corps. 

KERR, JOHN W., Physician of Bureau of P.H. and M.H. 
Service, Washington, D.C. In 1897 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Medical Department of Western Reserve 
University. He is President of the American Association of 
Medical Milk Commissioners. 

KERR, LeGRAND, Physician and Author of 42 Gates 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, was born May 11, 1870, in 
New York. He is Consulting Physician to the Industrial 
Home for Children and Rockaway Beach hospital. He is the 
author of The Care and Training of Children; Surgical 
Diseases of Children ; and other works. 

KERR, WILLIAM WATT, Physician of 391 Sutter 
Street, San Francisco, California, was born June 27, 1857, 
in Edinburgh, Scotland. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from' the University of Edinburgh. He is Professor 
of Medicine in the University of California. 

KESL, GEORGE MATTHEW, Surgeon of 1130 Stone 
Street, Port Huron, Michigan, was born October 26, 1886, 
in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1908 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Washington University of St. Louis, Missouri 
He is Assistant Surgeon in the United States Public 
Service; and First Lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Coi-ps 
of the United States Army. 

KEYES, A. BELCHAM, Surgeon and Gynecologist of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, was born in 
1862, in Ashingdon, Essex, England. He is Professor of 
Gynecology in the Chicago Policlinic Post Graduate School ; 
Assistant Professor of the same at Rush Medical College; 

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Gynecologist to the Presbyterian, Policlinic and Chicago 
Maternity hospitals; Surgeon to the Cook County hospital; 
and Firs Lieutenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of the 
United States Army. 

KEYES, EDWARD L., Surgeon and Author of 100 East 
Seventy-ninth Street, New York City, was born August 28, 
1843, in Charleston, South Carolina. In 1866 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the New York University. Since 1872 
he has been a Lecturer on Dermatology in Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He is the author of several medical works. 

KEYS, THOMAS L., Physician and Banker of Rockwell, 
Texas* was born May 21, 1856, in Murray, Kentucky. In 
1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Louisville. He is President of the Citizens' National bank. 

KIDDER, FRED THOMAS, Physician and Statesman of 
Woodstock, Vermont, was born October 14, 1858, in Wood- 
stock, Vermont. .In 1907 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Vermont. He has been President of 
the Vermont State Medical Society. He has been a State 
Senator and Representative. 

KIEB, RAYMOND FRANCIS CHARLES, Physician of 
Matteawan, New York, was born August 24, 1881, in Low- 
ville. New York. He is Medical Superintendent of the 
Matteawan State hospital. 

KILBOURN, JUDSON GILES, Surgeon of 247 Genesee 
Street, Utica, New York, was born January 11, I860,, ir* 
Plainfield, New York. In 1884 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the New York University. Since 1906 he has 
been Surgeon to the St. Luke's hospital. 

KILBRIDE, JOHN S., Physician of Canby, Minnesota, 
was born December 23, 1865, in Dubuque, Iowa. He was 
educated in public schools; at the Iowa City Academy; at 
the Central High School; and in 1893 received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicains and Surgeons, of 
the University of Illinois. In 1893 he began the practice of 
Medicine at Dawson, Minnesota; later removing to Canby, 
Minnesota. He is a member of the American Medical 

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Association, the Minnesota State Medical Association and 
of various other medical societies. 

KILLIANI, OTTO GEORGE THEOBALD, Surgeon and 
Author of 44 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York City, 
was born September 5, 1863, in Barvaria. In 1889 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Halle. He 
is Surgeon to the German hospital and is Professor of 
Clinical Surgery in the Columbia University. He is the 
author of Surgical Diagnosis. 

KILMER, THERON WENDELL, Physician, Educator 
and Author of 165 West Eighty-fifth Streeit, New York 
City, was born March 7, 1872, in Chicago, Illinois. Since 
1898 he has been a Lecturer in the Department of Educa- 
tion, New York. He is the author of Practical Care of the! 
Baby; and other works. 

KIMBALL, ARTHUR HERBERT, Ophalmologist and 
Physician of Washington, D.C., was born March 13, 1875, 
in Washington, D.C. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Johns Hopkins University. He is Opthalmologist 
for the Government hospital for the Insane. 

KING, ALBERT FREEMAN AFRICANUS, Physician 
and Author of 1315 Mass Avenue, Washington, D.C, was 
born January 18, 1841, in England. In 1861 he received the 
degi-ee of M.D. from the Columbia University. He is Con- 
sulting Physician to the Children's hospital. He is the 
author of Mosquitoes and Malaria. 

KING, HOWARD D., Physician of 124 Baronne Street, 
Medical Building, New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1906 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Tulane Unievrsity of 
Louisiana. He is Librarian of the Orleans Parish Medical 
Society. 

KING, JAMES JOSEPH, Physician and Author of 328 
Lexington Avenue, New York City, was born March 9, 1882, 
in Columbia, Tennessee. In 1904 he received the degree of 
A.B. from the University of Tennessee; and in 1907 M.D. 
from the University of Louisville. He was Resident Physi- 
cian of the Children's hospital, Philadelphia ; House Surgeon 
to St. Bartholomew's Clinic; since 1913 his practice being 

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limited to the treatment of Ear, Nose and Throat. He is 
Attending Laryngologist to the Hospital for Ruptured and 
Crippled and Assistant Surgeon to the New York Eye' and 
Ear Infirmary. He is acively interested in Relation to Focal 
Infection to Tonsils, to Systematic Conditions, such as 
Rheumatism. He is a fellow of the American Medical 
Association ; a member of New York Academy of Medicine, 
Manhattan Medical Society, Authors League of America, 
Tennessee Society in New York, the New York Southern 
Society, Phi Kappa Phi and Alpha Kappa Kappa ; also of 
the Elks Club. He is the author of Diseases of Ear, Nose 
and Throat from The Practitioners' Viewpoint; and is a 
Contributor to Medical Journals. He has devised surgical 
instruments for use in throat. 

KING, JOHN C', Physician and Surgeon of Livingston 
Avenue, Banning, California, was born February 9, 1853, in 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1874 he received the degree 
of^M.D. from the University of Nashville. He has been 
President of the South California Medical Society; Prest- 
ident of the California State Medical Society ; and President 
of the California State Board of Medical Exaniiners. Hei* 
is vice-president of the First National Bank of Coachella. 

KING, JOHN CHESTON, Physician, Educator and 
Founder of 303 Rhodes Building, Atlanta, Georgia, was born 
November 1, 1865, , in Jackson, Louisiana. He received the 
degree of A.B. from the Centenary College of Louisiana in 
1885; the degree of M.D. from Atlanta Medical College in 
1895; and studied in New York City, Berlin and London in 
1902-03. At the age of twentyfive he was Professor of 
Greek and Latin in the Acadia Literary and Commercial 
College of Louisiana. In, 1904 he founded the Howell Park 
Sanitarium; and in 1914 founded the Chester King San- 
itarium. He is vice-president of the West End Bank and 
director of the Brookhaven Estates. He is a member of the 
Ti*i-State Medical Association and other Associations; and 
is honorary menM)er of the Chicago Medical Association. 

KING, OSCAR A., Physician of 7 West, Madison Street, 
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, was born in 1851. In 1878 he re- 

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ceived the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Med- 
ical College. He is Superintendent of the Lake Geneva 
Sanitarium. 

KING, SAMUEL THOMAS, Physician and Surgeon of 
351 Adelphi Street, Brooklyn, New York, was born April 
29, 1857, in Warrensburgh, New York. In 1883 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of New York City. He has been a member of the 
City Health Board. 

KINNEY, ALFRED C, Physician of 506 Eilers Building 
Astoria, I Oregon, was born in 1850. In 1872 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. 
He is President of the State Board of Health. 

KINTZING, FARCE Physician and Author of Baltimore, 
Maryland, was born January 31, 1861, in Liberty, Pennsyl- 
vania. In 1887 he received the degree of D.M. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of The Signs 
of Internal Disease and other works. 

KINYOUN, JOSEPH JAMES, Physician of Washington, 
D.C., was born November 25, 1860, in East Bend, North 
Carolina. He is Bacteriologist to the Health Department at 
Washington, D.C., also Pathologist of the Tuberculosis 
hospital, at Washington, D.C. 

KISER, CHARLES R., , Physician and Banker of 204 
Madison Avenue, Madison, Illinois, was born November 7, 
1866, in Dayton, Ohio. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. He is President of 
the Tri-City State bank. 

KLEIN, SIMON ROBERT, Physician and Scientist of 
818 East Two Hundred Sixteenth Street, New York City, 
was born December 23, 1868, in Austria. He is Registrar 
of the American Association of Clinical Research. 

KLINE, LUTHER BASSETT, Physician of Catawissa, 
Pennsylvania, was born in 1842. In 1867 ,he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is 
editor of The Roster. , 

KLOTZ, HERMANN GUSTAV, Physician of 616 Mad- 
ison Avenue, New York City, was born August 21, 1844, 

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in Germany. In 1868 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Leipzig of Germany. Since 1879 he was 
Attending Physician for Skin and Venereal Diseases in the 
German hospital. 

KNAPP, ARNOLD, Physician of 10 East Fifty-fourth 
Street, New York City, was born in 1869. In 1892 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons in New York City. He is editor of Archives 
of Pediatrics. 

KNAPP, JACOB HERMANN, Physician of 26 West 
Fortieth Street, New York City, was born March 17, 1832, 
in Dauborn, Prussia. He has been Professor of Ophthalm- 
ology in the Medical School of New York University. 

KNAPP, PHILIP COOMBS, Physician and Author of 
535 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, was born June 
3, 1858, in Lynn, Massachusetts. In ,1878 he received the 
degree of M.D, from the Harvard University. He has been 
President of the American Neurological Association. He is 
part author of A System of Legal Medicine and other works. 

KNEEDLER, WILLIAM LUDWIG, Surgeon of Coron- 
ado, California, was born January 9, 1856, in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Jefferson Medical College. ^He was educated at the 
University of Pennsylvania, and at the Jefferson Medical 
Colege. In 1901 he attained the rank of Major Surgeon in 
the United States Am>y, and in 1906 was retired. 

KNIGHT, AUGUSTUS S., Physician and Medical Di- 
rector of 1 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born 
November 21, 1864, in Manchester, Massachusetts. In 1891 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. He is Medical Director of the Metropolitan 
ILiife Insurance company; and is a member of numerous 
clubs and medical societies. 

KNIGHT, CHARLES CALVIN, Physician and Banker 
of 1018 Park Street, Peekskill, New York, was born April 
16,. 1833, in Stafford, Connecticutt. In 1855 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the New York University. He is vice- 
president of the Peekskill S-ivings bank. 

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KNIGHT, CHARLES HUNTOON, Physician of 147 
West Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, was born Nov. 
22, 1849, in Easthampton, Mass. He is a director of the 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat hospital. 

KNISKERN, EMORY LEROY, Physician on CentraUa, 
Wash., was born Oct. 3, 1868, in BerHn, Mich. In ,1895 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He is President of the Carnegie Library Board of 
Centraha. 

KNOPF, S. ADOLPHUS, Physician and Author of 16 
West Ninety-fifth Street, New York City, was born Nov. 
7, 1857, in Halle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Since 1908 he has 
been Professor of Medicine in the New York Post Graduate 
Medical School., He is the author of Tuberculosis, a prevent- 
able and Curable Diseases and a Contributor to Leading 
Medical Journals. 

KNOX, ROBERT WHITE, Surgeon of Houston, Texas, 
was born Nov. 21, 1859, in Danville, Ky. In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University, of Virginia. He has 
been President of the South Texas Medical Association. 

KOBER, GEORGE MARTIN, Physician and Author of 
1603 Nineteenth Street, Washington, D.C., was born March 
28, 1850, in Germany. In 1873 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Columbia University. He is Professor of 
Hygiene and dean of the Medical Department of the 
Georgetown University. He is the author of Milk in Relation 
to Public Health and other works. 

KOENIG, ADOLPH, Physician of Edge wood Park, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., was born Oct. 30. 1855, in Switzerland. In 1879 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He has been President of the Medical 
Society for the State of Pennsylvania. 

KOLB, HENRY B., Physician of 1203 Light Street, 
Sielings Sanitarium, Catonsville, Md., was born in, 1882. In 
1908 he received the degree of M.D. from the Maryland 
Medical College. He is Superintendent of the Sieling's 
Sanitarium. 

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KOLLE, FREDERICK STRANGE, Physician, Therap- 
eutist and Author of 12 East Thirty-first Street, New York 
City, was born Nov. 22, 1871, in Hanover, Germany. In 1893 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Long- Island College 
Hospital. He is the author of The X-Ray and various novels 
and scientific monographs. 

ROLLER, CARL, Physician and Surgeon of 681 Madison 
Avenue, New York City. In 1882 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Vienna. He is the Discoverer 
of the Use of Cocaine. 

KOLLOCK, CHARLES WILSON, Physician of 88 Went- 
worth Street, Charleston, S.C, was born on April 29, 1857, 
in, South Carolina. He received his medical degree from the 
University of Pennsylvania. He has been President of the 
South Carolina Medical Association. 

KOONS, HARRY E. H., Physician of Danville, Va., In 
1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the Southern 
Homoepathic Medical College. He is President of the 
Southern Homoepathic Medical Association. 

KOPLIK, HENRY, Physician of 30 East Sixty-second 
Sti^t, New York City, was born Oct. 28, 1858, in New 
York City. He was graduated fron^, the College of the New 
York with the degree of A.B. and in 1881 received the 
degi^ee of M.D. from the Columbia University. In 1885-86 
he traveled, Attending European Clinic^; and was Attend- 
ing Physician to the Good Samaritan Dispensary, and at 
Mount Sinia hospital. He was the discoverer of an ^early 
sign of Measles by which the disease is recognized before 
the Eruption appears on the body, and he also discovered 
a Bacillus which causes Whooping Cough. In 1890 he first 
established Milk Depots for the Distribution of Sterilized 
Milk from Medical Dispensaries for the Poor, He is a mem- 
ber of the Association of American Physicians, the New 
York Academy of Medicine, the American Pediatiic Society, 
the International Society, and the New York County Medical 
Society. His specialty is the Diseases of Infancy and Child- 
hood. He is the author of Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. 

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KOSMAK, GEORGE W., Physician of 23 East Ninty- 
third Street, New York City, was born in 1873. In 1889 he 
received the degree of M.D, from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons in New York City. He is editor of the Amer- 
ican Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and 
Children. 

KOYL, CHARLES HERSCHEL, Physicist and Consult- 
ing Engineer of 18 Broadway, New York City, was borni 
Aug. 14, 1855, in Amherstburg, Ont., Canada. In 1887-89 
he was professor of physics in Swarthmore College. He has 
been president of the National Drying company; and vice- 
president of the National Switch and Signal company. He is 
a contributor to scientific journals on physics and engineer- 
ing. 

KRAFT, OSCAR H., Oculist of 5 East Washington 
Street, Chicago, III, was born in Albany, N.Y, He is Attend- 
ing Oculist to the German and Sheridan Park hospitals ; and 
the Chicago Half Orphan Asylum and Day Nursery; and 
President of the North Side Medical Society. 

KRAMER, SIMON PENDLETON, Surgeon and Author 
of 22 West Seventh Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Jan. 
1, 1868, in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1888 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. Since 1910 he hag 
been surgeon to the Cincinnati Hospital. He is the author 
of Memoirs on Surgery and Physiology of Central Nervous 
System. 

KRAUSS, JAMES, Physician and Surgeon of 419 Boyls- 
ton Street, Boston, Mass., was born, July 1, 1866, in Austria- 
Hungary. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Boston University of Medicine. He is the founder and 
permanent secretary of the American Association of Clinical 
Research. 

KRAUSS, WILLIAM, Physician of Memphis, Tenn., was 
born June 13, 1861, in Germany. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Memphis Hospital Medical College. 
Since 1910 he has been professor of tropical medicine in the 
College of Medicine in the University of Tennessee. 

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KUBALA, S. F., Physican and Surgeon of 3959 West 
Sixteenth Street, Chicago, 111., was bora Nov. 13, 1878, in 
Weimer, Texas. In 1910 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Texas Medical Department. He is engaged 
in general practice as a surgeon. He is a metmber of the 
State Medical Society, Bohemian Medical Society and other 
organizations. 

KUHNS, R. H., Physician and Surgeon of 4407 Berkely 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 12, 1889, in Cincinnati, 
Ohio. He is Attending Surgeon to the West Free Dispens- 
ary; Associate Surgeon to the American Hospital Deutsch 
Eylan, Germany; and Fir^t Lieutenant in the Medical Re- 
serve Corps of the United States Army. 

KUNITZER, ROBERT, Physician of 7 West One Hun- 
dred and Twenty-first Street, New York City, was born Feb. 
18, 1866. He was formerly professor of medicine in the New 
York Medical College. He is now visiting physician to the 
Sydenham hospital ; and chief of the medical department of 
Sydenham Post Graduate hospital and dispensary. He is a 
member of the Masonic order and Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows. 

KURTZ, JOSEPH, Educator, Physician and Surgeon of 
1801 Toberman Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born April 
16, 1842, in Germany. In 1892 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the University of California. He is professor of 
clinical surgery in the University of Southern California. 

KYLE, .TORN .lOHNSON, Physician and Author of 702 
Title Ins. Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal., was boi-n May 27, 1869, 
in Auroi-a, Tnd. In 1889 he received the degi-ee of M.D. fi'om 
the Miami Medical College. Since 1913 he ha« been professor 
of laryngology in the University of Southern California. 

LABACE, ERNES, Surgeon of 1828 South Rittenhouse 
Square, Philadelphia, Pa., was born July 9, 1861. in New 
Orleans, La. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Tulane University of Louisiana. Since 1892 he has been 
professor of surgery in the Medico-Chirurg College. 

LACKNER, ERNEST L., Physician of 31 North State! 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born Oct. 6, 1851, in Racine, Wis. 

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He is physician to the Michael Reese and German Hospitals, 
children's department. He is a menrtlaer of the Press and 
City Clubs. 

LADINSKI, LOUIS J., Physician of 1289 Madison Ave- 
nue, New York City, was born Oct. 15, 1862 in Russia. In 
1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is consult- 
ing gynecologist to the Jewish hospital, and has contributed 
to medical literature. 

LAGORIO, ANTONI, Physician of 812 Dearborn Avenue 
Chicago, 111., was bora March 6, 1857, in Chicago, 111. He 
has practiced in Chicago since 1879. He is a membetr and 
President of the Public Library Board. 

LAKE, DAVID HUGHES, Physician and author of 
Kingston, Pa., was born in 1865 in England. In 1885 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. 
He is the author of Man, The Product Heredity and En- 
vironment. 

LAMB, DANIEL SMITH, Physician and Pathologist of 
2114 Eighteenth Street, Washington, D.C., was born May 
20, 1843 in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1867 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Georgetown. He is professor 
of anatomy in the medical department of the Harvard Univ- 
ersity at Washington. 

LAMB, ROBERT B., Physician and Superintendent of 
447 Third Avenue, Troy, N.Y., was born August 4, 1869, in 
Jamestown, N.Y. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Albany Medical College. He is medical superinten- 
dent of the Matteawan state hospital. 

LAMBERT, ALEXANDER, Physician and Trustee of 
Nyack, N.Y., was born Dec. 15, 1861, in New York City. 
He is First Lieutenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of the 
United States Army. 

LAMBERT, SAMUEL WALDRON, Physician and Col- 
lege dean of 130 East Thirty-fifth Street, New York City, 
was born June 18, 1859, in New York. Since 1904 he has 
been dean of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

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LAMONT, JOHN G., Physician and Surgeon of Dun- 
seith, N.D., was born Jan. 30, 1870, in Ontario, Canada. In 
1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the Trinity Med- 
ical College. He is a successful physician and surgeon; and 
in 1914 became lecturer of the American medical associa-' 
tion. He is now serving his third term of 1915-19 as super-- 
intendent of the North Dakota state sanatorium. 

LANGDON, FRANK WARREN, Physician and Author 
of Seventh and Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Dec. 
1852, in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1881 he received the degi^ee of 
M.D. from the Miami Medical College. Since 1909 he has 
been professor of psychiatry in the College of Medicine in 
the University of Cincinnati. He is the author of the Aphas- 
ias and Their Medico-Legal Relations. 

LANGE, J. CHRIS, Physician of 158 Bellefield Avenue, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., was born Feb. 24, 1847, in Bremen, Ger- 
many. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the, 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is consulting physi- 
cian to the Mercy, St. John's, south side, and the Reinemann 
maternity hospitals. 

LANGE, SIDNEY, Physician of 5 Garfield Place, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, was born in 1879. In 1903 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. He isi 
president of the American Roentgen Ray Society. 

LANGFELD, MILLARD, Physician of 430 Brandeis 
Theatre Building, Omaha, Neb., was born Oct. 7, 1872, in 
Glasgow, Mo. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D, from 
the Johns Hopkins Univei'sity. Since 1906 he has been pro- 
fessor of medicine in the John A. Creighton Medical College. 

LANPHEAR, EMORY, Physician and Sui-geon of 3447 
Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born July 16, 1859, in Mitlis, 
Turkey. He was educated at the Hartford Institute; at 
Kansas State Normal School; in 1881 received the degree 
of M.D. from Missouri Medical College; also studied at the 
Chicago Post-Graduate School; Chicago Polyclinic, New 
Yoi-k Post-Graduate School, Berne, Switzerland; and re- 
ceived the degrees of A.M., Ph.D. and LLD. In 1885-89 he 
was professor of nervous and mental diseases at the Univer- 

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sity of Kansas; in 1889-92 professor of orthopedic surgery 
at the University Medical College; was professor of oper- 
ative surgery to the Kansas City Medical College; and was 
professor of surgery at St. Louis College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. Since 1911 he has been clinical professor of 
surgery to the National University and professor of surgical 
gynecology to the American Polyclinic, He is also firsf 
lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps, of the United 
States Army; and chief surgeon to the German Hospital, 
of St. Louis. He has been president of the Tri-State Medical 
Society; is secretary of the St. Louis Academy of Medicine; 
founder and treasurer of the Medical Society of the United 
States; and a member of the National Association of Mil- 
itary Surgeons. He is the author of Surgical Therapeutics 
and other works. 

LASHIER, BION WILLIS,Physician, Surgeon and Bank- 
er of Armour, S.D., was born Sept. 9, 1858, in Columbus, 
Wis. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush 
Medical College of Chicago. He is president of the Farmers' 
and Merchants' bank. 

LATHROP, ARTHUR B., Physician and Banker of 
Swan ton, Ohio, was born Sept. 27, 1856, in Berkey, Ohio. 
In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Starling 
Medical College. He is president of the bank of Swanton. 

LAUGHINGHOUSE, CHARLES O'HAGAN, Physician 
and Director of Greenville, N.C., was born Feb. 25, 1871, in 
Pitt County, N.C. He is a Director of the Greenville Bank- 
ing and Trust Company and other corporations. 

LAVANTURE, LEWIS A., Physician and Surgeon of 
Ritzville, Wash., was born Oct. 10, 1882, in Rutland, Vt. He 
is first lietenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of the United 
States Army. 

LAVINDER, CLAUDE HERVEY, Physician, Surgeon 
and Lecturer of Ellis Island, N.Y., was born July 24, 1872, 
in Lynchburg, Va. Since 1897 he has been associated with 
the United States Public Health Service of Ellis Island ; and 
since 1912 has been surgeon. In 1912 he was president of 
the National association for the Study of Pellagra. 

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LAW, JAMES, Physician of 15 East 127th Street, New 
York City, was born in 1854, in Scotland. He was educated 
in Scotland; graduated from the University Medical Col- 
lege, New York City in 1891 and received the degree of M, 
D. Since 1891 he has been in practice at New York City. 
He is a member of the County Medical Society, Harlem 
Medical Association, Physicians Mutual Aid, the Academy 
of New York, New York and American Medical Associations. 

LAWRENCE, FLORUS FREMONT, Surgeon of 328 
East State Sti-eet, Columbus, Ohio was born March 16, 
1863, in Wadsworth, Ohio. In 1885 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Columbus Medical College. Since 1900 he 
has been chief of the staff and surgieon in the Lawrence 
hospital; and clinical lecturer at Starling, Ohio, medical 
college. 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT MEANS, Physician and author 
of 117 Bay State Road, Boston Mass., was bom May 14, 
1847, in Boston, Mass. In 1869 he received the degree of 
A.B. from Harvard University; and in 1873 the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Medical College. He is 
the author of Historical Sketches of Some Members of the 
Lawrence Family ; The Magic of the Horse Shoe ; The Des- 
cendants of Major Samuel Lawrence of Groton, Mass., and 
other works. 

LAWSON, HURON WILLIS, Physician of 1117 Vt. 
Avenue, Washington, D.C., was born March 15, 1873, in 
Disco, Mich. In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Columbia University. Since 1912 he has been associate' 
professor of obstetrics in teh George Washington Univer- 
sity. 

LAYMAN, DANIEL W-, Physician of 1236 North New 
Jersey Street, Indianapolis, Ind., was boi-n June 1, 1872, in 
Indianapolis, Ind. He was educated at the Indianapolis Pub- 
lic Schools; received the degree of B.S. from Butler College; 
and in 1898 received the degree of M.D. fi'om the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. He has 
been visiting physician to the Indianapolis Orphan Asylum ; 
attending laryngologist to tlie Indianapolis City Hospital 

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and Orphans Home. He has been clinical professor of the 
nose, throat and ear in the Indiana Medical College. He is a 
member of the American Laryngological, Rhinological and 
Otological Society, the American Medical Association and 
the County and State Medical Societies. 

LAYMON, H. E., Physician and Banker of Warren, Ind., 
was born Dec. 23, 1867, in Warren, Ind. In 1897 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Indiana. He 
is president of the First National bank. 

LAZARO, LADISLAV, Physician and Statesman of 
Washington, La., was born June 5, 1872, near Ville Platte, 
La. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the Flint 
Medical College of New Orleans. He served two teiTns as a 
member of the Louisiana state senate; and since 1913 he 
has been a member of congress. 

LEAK, WHARTON GREEN, Physician and Banker of 
East Bend, N.C., was born April 30, 1874, in Francisco, N.C. 
In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the North 
Carolina Medical College. He is president of the Yadkin 
Valley bank. 

LEALE, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Physician of 604 Mad- 
ison Avenue, New York City, was born March 26, 1842, in 
New York. During the civil war he was executive officer iin 
the United States army in the General hospital at Washing- 
ton. He has been president of the New York County Medical 
association ; and in 1881 was a delegate to the London Inter- 
national Medical Congress. 

LEATHERS, WALLER SMITH, Physician of Oxford, 
Miss., was born in 1872. In 1896 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Virginia. He is dean of the 
Medical Department University of Mississippi. 

LEAVITT, SHELDON, Physician and Author of 4665 
Lake Park Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born April 9, 1850, in 
Grand Rapids, Mich. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D., 
from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is the author of 
The Psychic Solution of the Problem of Cure ; Paths to the 
Heights ; Psychotherapy in Medicine and Surgery ; The Bet- 
ter Part; and several other works on Psychotherapy. He is 

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a member of the American institute of homcepathic and 
several other socities. 

LEBENDIG, ABRAHAM, Physician of 203 Joseph Ave- 
nue, Rochester, N.Y., was born July 4, 1887, in New York 
City. He was educated at DeWitt Clinton High School, New' 
York and East High School, Rochester, N.Y. ; and graduated 
frorri the University of Rochester. Since 1908 he has been 
bacteriologist of the Rochester Infant Summer Hospital; 
and in 1910 has received the degree of M.D. from the CoP 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons. He is Special Deputy 
Health Officer, city physician and Life Insurance Examiner 
of Rochester, N.Y. He is a member of Monroe County and 
New York State Medical Societies. 

LE BOUTILLIER, WILLIAM G., Physician of 170 West 
Seventy-third Street, New York City, was born Dec. 21, 
1859, in New York City. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He has been acting assistant surgeon in the 
United States army. 

LE CONTE, ROBERT GRIER, Surgeon of 1530 Locust 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born July 17, 1865, in Long 
Branch, N.J. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is consulting surgeon of 
the Germantown Hospital. 

LE CRON, WILBUR L., Physician of 141 Wisconsin 
Street, Milwaukee, Wis., was born in 1883. In 1908 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity. He is librarian to the Marquette Medical Society. 

LEE, ELMER, Physician and Editor of 125 West Fifty- 
eighth Street, New York City, was born in 1856 in Piqua, 
Ohio. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Missouri Medical College. He is editor of Health Culture 
Magazine. 

LEE, HILDEGARDE U, Physician of Carlisle, Pa., was 
born March 26, 1886, in Centersville, Pa. In 1891 she re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Woman's Medical Col- 
lege of Pennsylvania. 

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LEE, JOHN MALLORY, Physician of 179 Lake Avenue, 
Rochester, N.Y., was born Sept. 29, 1852, in Cameron, N.Y. 
He was educated at Penn Yan Academy, and private tutel- 
ag-e three years; in 1878 he received the degreje of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan ; and post-graduate studies 
at the College and Polyclinic, New York. He has been sur- 
g-eon, consulting surg-eon and surgeon-in~chief to the Ro- 
chester Homoepathic Hospital; in 1895-1907 state medical 
examiner under Regents of the State of New York; presi- 
dent of the joint Board of Medical Examiners representing 
the three schools of medicine for six years; and in 1894- 
1914 censor of the Cleveland Homoepathic Medical College. 
He is now consulting surgeon to the Hahnemann and 
Gowanda State Hospital and proprietor of Lee Private 
Hospital. He has been director of the American Fruit 
Product Company; is director of Duffy-Mclnnerney Com- 
pany and Duffy-Powers Department Store. He is a member 
of the American Institute of Homoepathy; New York State, 
Western New York and Monroe County Homoepathic Medical 
Societies; Rochester Medical Society and various other or- 
ganizations. He is also a member of Rochester Chamber of 
Commerce. Is the author of many articles, published addres- 
ses, etc. on medical and surgical topics and one of the 
authors of the Fisher-MacDonald Text-Book of Surgery. 

LELAND, GEORGE ADAMS, Physician and Surgeon of 
354 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 
7, 1850, in Boston, Mass. In 1878 he received the degree of 
M.D. from, the Harvard University. Since 1893 he has been 
professor of oto-laryngology in the Dartmouth Medical 
School. 

LEEMING, JOHN, Physician and Surgeon of 1537 East 
Sixtieth Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 17, 1859, in 
Brantford, Ontario, Canada. In 1886 he received the degree 
of M.D. from Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of London, England. He has been acting surgeon at the 
Chicago Baptist Hospital and Cook County Hospital ; and is 
now professor of medical juris-prudence at Chicago Kent 
College of Law. He is second vice-president of the American 

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Medical Association and is a member of various other med- 
ical societies, 

LEENHEER, CORNELIUS A., Physician of 30 North 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in Rotterdam, 
Holland. He is Captain in the Medical Corps of the Illinois 
National Guard. 

LE FEVE, GEORGE L., Physician of 317 Jefferson 
Street, Muskegon, Mich., was born in 1865. In 1891 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical 
College. He is preside,nt of the Michigan State Board of 
Registration in Medicine. 

LEGGE, ROBERT THOMAS, Educator and Surgeon of 
Berkeley, Cal., was born July 16, 1872, in San Francisco, Cal. 
In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of California. He. is university physician and professor of 
hygiene at the university of California. He is also a fellow 
of the American college of surgeons; and first lieutenant 
M.R.C, United States army. 

LEGRIS, MARIE JOSEPH ERNEST, Physician, States- 
man of Arctic, R.I., was born May 8, 1857 in Louisville, P.Q., 
Canada. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from Vic- 
toria Medical College, at Montreal, Canada. He practiced 
medicine at Natick, R.I. ; and since 1881 at Arctic, R.I. For 
ten years he was director of the Centreville National Bank ; 
for five years was a member of Warwick Town Council; 
was treasurer of St. John Baptist Society of Centreville, R.I. 
for eighteen years; and president four years; and since 
1885 he has been trustee of St. Jean-Baptiste Church, ab 
Centreville. For five years he was a representative of the 
Rhode Island Legislature. He, is a member of the AmericM i 
Medical Association, Rhode Island and Kent County Medical 
Societies, the L'Union St.-Jean-Baptiste d'Amerique, the 
Foresters, the Franco-American Knights of Columbus, the 
Re,d Men and Knights of Pithias. 

LELAND, THOMAS B., Physician of 86 Post Street, 
San Francisco, Cal., was born Sept. 19, 1870. in Jamestown, 
Cal. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni-" 
versity of California. He in coroner for the city and county 
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LENNON, MILTON BYRNE, Physician of 135 Stockton 
Stree(t, San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1877. In 1901 he 
received the degree of M.D, from the University of Cahfor- 
nia. He is Kbrarian of the University of California Medical 
Department. 

LENONT, CHARLES B., Surgeon of Virginia, Minn., 
was born Sept. 30, 1869, in Northfield, Minn. In 1899 he 
re,ceived the degree of M.D. from^ the College of Medicine 
and Surgery. He is chief surgeon to the Duluth, Winnipeg 
and Pacific railroad. 

LEONARD, ALEXANDER THOMAS, Physician and 
Surgeon of Philan Building, San Francisco, Cal., was bom 
in Ireland. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Edinbui'gh. 
He; is senior surgeon of St. Mary's Hospital. 

LEONARD, CHARLES HENRY, Physician and Author 
of 3087 West Garfield Boulevard, Detroit, Mich., was born 
March 28, 1850, in Akron, Ohio. In 1874 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Cleveland College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. He has been president of the Wayne County 
Medical Society. He is the author of The Hair and Its Dis- 
eases and other works. 

LEONARD, THOMAS H., Physician and Surgeon of 
Lincoln, 111., was born March 31, 1877, in Wabasha county, 
Minn. In 1904 he received the degree of M.D. from the- 
American College of Medicine and Surgery. He is superin- 
tendent of the Lincoln state school and colony. He is a 
member of the county, state and American medical associ- 
ations. 

LEOPOLD, ISAAC, Physician of 1428 North' Broad 
'Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Jan. 6, 1864, in Phila- 
delphia, Pa. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Department of Medical University of Pennsylvania. He 
has been medical director of the Jewish maternity hospital. 

LEOPOLD, JEROME S., Physician and Author of 701 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Aug. 18, 1881, 
in Chicago, 111. In 1903 he received the degree of A.B. from 
Harvard College ; in 1906 received the degree of M.D. from 

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Harvard Medical School; and for several years studied in 
Vienna, Berlin, Munich and Breslau in Children's Diseases. 
He is a,djunct attending physician to Willard Parker and 
Riverside Hospitals and Hebi^ew Infant Asylunt; adjunct- 
visiting physician in the Children's German Hospital; also 
assistant in Children's Diseases at Columbia University. He 
is a member of the New York State Medical Society, the 
Academy of Medicine of New York; Mount Sinai Alumni; 
the American Medical Association ; and of the Harvard Club 
of New York City. He is the author of The Significance of 
Tuberculides in the Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Infancy, 
Some Glimpses of Pediatric work in Austria and Germany; 
on the So-called Casein Masses in Infants' Stools; Non- 
protein Nitrogen of the Blood in Children and various other 
works. 

LEROY, LOUIS, Physician of 1307 Exchange Building, 
Memphis, Tenn., was born Sept. 15, 1874, in Chelsea, Mass. 
In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medico- 
Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. Since 1911 he has been 
professor of the theory and practice of medicine in the 
University of Tennessee. He is the author of Pulmonary 
Tuberculosis and other works. 

L'ESPERANCE, OSCAR R. T., Physician and Surgeon 
of 100 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. In 1909 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Boston University School of 
Medicine. He has been assistant physician to the Floating 
Hospital, interne to the Roxbury Homcepathic Dispensaiy; 
interne to the Massachusetts Homcepathic Hospital; and 
assistant surgeon to the Genitourinary department of the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. He is a member of Mass- 
achusetts Medical Society, the Boston Homcepathic Medical 
Society, the American Urological Society, and of various 
other medical and scientific societies. 

LESPINASSE, VICTOR, Physician of 7 West Madison 
Street, Chicago, III, was born Dec. 2, 1878, in Aurora, 111. 
He is Urologist to the Englewood Hospital ;Associate Genito- 
urinary Surgeon to Wesley Hospital; Assistant Profes'ior 
Qf Genito-Urinary Surgery in Northwestern University; 

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and Surg-eon to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. He is 
Ex-President of the Chicago Urological Society. 

LETOURNEAU, ROBERT ANTOINE, Surgeon of 122 
South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Feb. 9, 1862, 
in Boui-bonnais Grove, 111. He was Surgeon to the Cook 
County Hospital. He is now Surgeon to the Rhodes Avenue 
Hospital ; and is President of the Attending Medical Staff. 

LEWI, MAURICE J., Phy.sician and Educator of 1123 
Broadway, New York City, was boni Dec. 1, 1857, in Albany, 
N.Y. In 1877 he received the deg-ree of M.D. from the 
Albany Medical College. For twenty two years he was sec- 
retaiT of the New York state board of medical examiners. 

LEWI, WILLIAM GRANT, Physician and Therapeutist 
of 296 Lark Street, Albany, N.Y., was boni March 23, 1870, 
in Albany, N.Y. In 1904 he was City Physician of Albany, 
N.Y. 

LEWIS, BRANSFORI), Surgeon and Educator of 495 
Lindell Boulevai'd, St. I^juis, Mo., was Ijorn Nov. 14, 1862, 
in St. Charles, Mo. He graduated from Smith Academy; in 
1884 i-eceived the degree of M.D. from the Missouri Medical 
College ; and took courses in surgeiy at London, Paris, Ber- 
lin and Vienna ;and received the de^'ees of B.S. and F. A.C.S. 
fj-om SI. Louis University. In 1884-89 he was junior, senior 
and assistant superintendent of the City and Female Hos- 
pitals ;is professor of genito-urinary surgery to Marioii-Sims 
College ; and genito-urinary surgeon to St. John's and Frisco 
Hospitals and St. Ann's Founding Hospital. He is a member 
of the American Medical Association, American Association 
of Genito-Urinary Surgeons, Missouri State Medical Society ; 
is president of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association, 
American Urological As.sociation ; honorary member of 
Kentucky State and Tennessee State Medical Societies; and 
is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is co- 
author of Cystoscopy and Urethroscopy and author of many 
papers on genito-urinary surgery. 

LEWIS DANIEL, Physician of 616 Madison Avenue, 
New York City, was boin Jan. 17, 1846, in Alfred, N.Y. He 
is commissioner of health of the State of New York; and 
president of the American Congn^ess of Tuberculosis. 



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LEWIS, ERNEST SIDNEY, Surgeon of 829 St. Charles 
Street, New Orleans, La., was born Sept. 24, 1840, in New 
Orleans, La. In 1861 he received the degi^ee of M.D. from 
the University of Louisiana. He has been president of the 
Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association. 

LEWIS, FRANCIS PARK, Physician of 454 Franklin 
Street, Buffalo, N.Y. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Pulte Medical College. He is president of the 
American Association for the Conservation of Vision. 

LEWIS, FRANK CLARK, Physician of 57 West Fifty- 
eighth Street, New Yoi-k City, was horn in 1877. In 1902 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ver- 
mont. He is editor of the International Journal of Surgery, 
and is a member of the Vermont State Medical Association.' 

LEWIS G. GRIFFIN, Physician of 600 University Block, 
Syracuse, N.Y., was born Dec. 17, 1865, in Avoca, N.Y. In 
1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the Albany Med- 
ical College. He is oculist to the hospital of the good shep- 
herd; and special United States pension examiner. 

LEWIS, H. EDWIN, Physician of 84 William Street, 
New York City, was born in 1875. In 1897 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Vennont. He is 
editor of the Amei'ican Practitioner. 

LEWIS, MARGARET C, Physician of 4027 Spring 
Garden Street, Philadelphia, Pa. In 1895 she received the 
degree of M.D. from the Womans Medical College of Penn- 
sylvania. She is secretai'y of the Society of Ilomujpathicians. 

LEWIS, ROBERT, Physician and Educator of 48 West 
Fortieth Sti-eet, New York City, was born Mai'ch 8, 1862, in 
New York City. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia Univer- 
sity. Since 1901 he has been surgeon to the New York Eye 
and Ear Infn-mary; professor of clinical otology to the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons in 1908, and has since been 
engaged in the special pi-actice of otology and rhinology. He 
is consulting otologist to the Flushing, St. Francis and Sea 
View Hospitals. He is a contributor to The Reference Hand- 
book of he Medical Science ••, second and third editions of 

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articles ; The Mastoid Operations, Affections of the Auricle, 
Anatomy and Physiology of the Auricle; a contributor to 
American Practice of Surgery of Surgical Diseases and 
Wounds of the Ear; also a contributor to medical journals 
on otological subjects. He is a fellow of the American 
College of Surgeons; has been president of the American 
Otological Society ; chairman of New York County and State 
Medical Societies; and is a member of the New York Oto- 
logical Society, the American Medical Association, the New 
York Academy of Medicine, the New York Social Hygiene 
Society and the National Association for the Study and 
Prevention of Tuberculosis. He is also a member of the 
Hospital Graduates Club, Xi Graduate Chapter, Phi Gamma 
Delta; also the Columbia, Century and University Clubs. 

LEWITT, WILLIAM B., Physicia and Surgeon of 2702 
California Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in Ann 
Arbor. Mich. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is professor in the medical department of the University 
of California. 

LIBMAN, EMAUEL, Physician and Educator of 180 
East Sixty-fourth Street, New York City, was born in 1872, 
in New York City. He is consulting physician to Har Moriah 
hospital; and professor of clinical medicine in Columbia 
university. 

LICHTY, JOHN ALDEN, Physician of 4634 Fifth Ave- 
nue, Pittsburgh, Pa., was born Feb. 26, 1866, in Meyersdale, 
Pa. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania. Since 1910 he has been physician-in- 
chief to the Mercy Hospital. 

LILLIE, CHARLES W., Physician of 2290 Collinsville 
Avenue, East St. Louis, 111., was born in 1848. In 1888 he 
received the degree of M.D, from the Beaumont Hospital 
Medical College. He is editor of the General Practitionc.. 

LINCOLN, DANIEL FRANCIS, Physician and Author 
of 131 Myrtle Street, Boston, Mass., was born Jan, 4, 1841, 
in Boston, Mass, In 1864 he received the degree of M,D, 
from, the Harvard University Medical College. He is the 
author of School Hygiene and other works. 



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LIND, JOHN EDWARD, Physician and Author of Wash- 
ington, B.C., was born April 7, 1888, in Washing-ton, D.C^ 
In 1909 he received the degree of M.D. from the George 
Washington University. He has been resident physician of 
the Washington asyhim hospital. He is now senior assistant 
physician to the Government hospital for the insane. He is 
the author of numerous scientific articles and collection of 
songs, with music by Reginald de Koven. 

LINDEN, FRANK CUTLER, Physician of 1901 South 
Halsted Street, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 19, 1860, in 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Illinois. He is President of the Jen- 
ner Medical College; is professor of pratice in the samei 
college; Consulting Physician to the American Hospital; 
and Examining Physician for I.O. Heptasophs. 

LINDLEY, WALTER, Physician and Sui-geon of 1414 
South Hope Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born Jan. 13, 
1852, in Monrovia, Ind. In 1875 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. He has been 
president of the California state medical society. He is the 
editor and publisher of the Southern California Prac^ Mioner. 
He is the author of California of the South and other woi'ks. 

LINDSAY, DAVID MOORE, Surgeon of 444 East South 
Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, was born March 29, 1862, in 
Ireland. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Univei'sity of Edinburgh. Since 1910 he has been consulting 
opthalmic surgeon to the St. Mark's Hospital. He is the 
author of Camp Fire Reminiscences and other works. 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM SHARP, Physician of 1256 West- 
ern Avenue, Topeka, Kan., was born Aug. 28, 1852, in 
Mechanicstown, Ohio. In 1874 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Keokuk, 
la. In 1879-85 he was assistant superintendent in the State 
hospital for insane. He is superintendent of Chi-ist's hospital 
cottages for nervous cases. He is a contributoi- to medical 
papers, 

LINES, MARY LOUISE, Surgeon of 285 Washington 
Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1859 in Brooklyn, N.Y. 

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She was educated in the pubhc schools and at Adelphi 
Academy; and in 1884 graduated with the degree of M.D. 
from the Homoepathic Medical College of the University of 
Michigan. She was assistant in the Manhattan Eye and Ear 
Hospital; visiting surgeon to the Memorial Hospital for 
Women and Children ; also visiting surgeon to the Dispen- 
sary. She is now visiting associate surgeon to the Eye and 
Ear Cumberland Street Hospital and Dispensary ; and visit- 
ing surgeon to the Eye, Ear Nose and Throat Memorial 
Hospital and Dispensary for Women. She is a member of 
Kings County Homcepathic Medical Society, the New York 
State Medical Society, the American Institute of Homoe- 
pathy, the Brooklyn Woman's Club and of various other 
clubs and societies. 

LINGO, WILLIAM BERNARD, Physician of 88 Cooper 
Street, Atlanta, Ga. In 1903 he received the degree of the 
Southern College of Medicine and Surgery. 

LINK, J. JOSEPH, Physician and Surgeon of 2102 South 
Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born April 1, 1863. He 
was educated at Wesleyan University and Northwestern 
University Medical School. He has been director of the 
Department of Surgery in the National University of Arts 
and Sciences ; and is director of the Surgical Department of 
National University of Arts and Sciences ; and visiting sur- 
geon to St. Louis City Hospital. He is a member of the St. 
Louis, Missouri, Mississippi Valley and Tri-State Medical 
Societies, the American Medical Association, Association of 
the Southwest, also a member of the Illinois, Missouri and 
Iowa Medical Societies. 

LINNELL, BIRD MePHERSON, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1866. In 1893 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. 
He is editor of the Bulletin Alumni Association of Rush 
Medical Colleg"e. 

LINSZ, HENRY PHILLIP, Physician of 2224 Chapline 
Street, Wheeling, W.Va. In 1894 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is president of 
the Association of Surgeons of the Pennsylvania Railroad 
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LITTIG, LAWRENCE WILLIAM, Surgeon and Con- 
sultant of 614 Putnam Building, Davenport, la., was born 
July 20, 1858, in Davenport, la. In 1883 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the State University of Iowa. He is 
attending surgeon at the Mercy hospital and the St. Luke 
hospital. 

LITTLE, CHARLES F., Physician and Banker of Man- 
hattan, Kan., was born Jan. 27, 1836. In 1863 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. 

LITTLEFIELD, CHARLES WENTWORTH, Physician 
and Surgeon of 442 Central Building, Seattle, Wash., was 
born Dec. 17, 1859, in Mankato, Minn. In 1896 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Medical College; 
In 1886-90 he practiced medicine in Arkansas, in 1890-97 in 
Kansas, in 1897-1909 in Indiana and since 1909 in Washing- 
ton. He has made scientific researches on experiments with 
chemical solutions which produced living organisms. He is 
the author of The Twelve Vitalized Tissue Remedies; and 
other works. 

LIVENGOOD, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Physician and 
Banker of Boswell, Pa., was born in 1864, in Jenner, Pa. In 
1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the Baltimore 
Medical College. He is president of the First National bank. 

LIVINGSTON, MARGARET MARY McMANlTS, Physi- 
cian and Surgeon of 550 Belmont Avenue, Chicago, 111., was 
born in Scotstown, Ireland. Her practice is limited to the 
diseases of women. She is a member of the Medical Women's 
Club of Chicago and the Medical Society of the United 
States. 

LLOYD, BOLIVAR JONES, Physician and Surgeon of 
235 Central Building, Seattle, Wash.,was born May 10, 1872, 
in Bryan, Texas. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Northwestern Medical School. He has been United 
States quarantine officer of Nome, Alaska ; and private phy- 
sician to the president of Ecuador. He is in charge of the 
United States public health and marine hospital service at 
Seattle. 

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LLOYD, HENRY WILLIAM, Physician of 8 St. Nichlos 
Place, New York City, was born in 1878. In 1902 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical Chirurgical College of 
Philadelphia. 

LLOYD, SAMUEL, Physician and Surgeon of 12 West 
Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born Aug. 4, 1860, in 
Jersey City, N.J. In 1882 he received the degree of B.S. 
from Princeton University ; in 1884 the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical Department of the University of Vermont ; andl 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has 
been house-surgeon of the New York Post-Graduate Hos- 
pital ; professor of surgery of the New. York Post-Graduate 
Medical School; and attending surgeon of Randall's Island 
Hospital and Lebanon Hospital. He is now attending surgeon 
of the Post-Graduate Hospital, St. Francis Hospital; and 
consulting surgeon of the Benedictine Sanitarium, Italian 
Hospjal, and St. Mary's Hospital. He is a member of the 
Am,erican Medical Association, New York State and County 
Medical Societies, Lenox Medical and Surgical Society, 
Northwestern Medical and Surgical Society, Physicians 
Mutual Aid Association, New York Academy of Medicine, 
and other organizations. 

LOBDELL, EFFIE L., Physician and Surgeon of 22 
East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born at Wash- 
ington Island, Wis. She was educated at Green Bay, Wis.; 
in 1891 graduated from the Medical Department of thJa 
University of Indiana, and has since practiced medicine in 
Chicago. She was appointed a member of the Staff of the 
Illinois Eastern Hospital for Insane at Kankakee under 
Governer Altgeld; 1893-5 a member of the Staff of the 
Mary Thompson Hospital ; 1900-4 a member of the Attend- 
ing Staff of the Cook County Hospital; and appointed a 
member of the Staff of the Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis 
Sanitarium of Chicago. She is ex-president of the Medical 
Woman's Club of Chicago; Secretary of the Illinois State 
Medical Women's Society; Chairman of the Compulsory 
Industrial Insurance Committee of the Chicago Medical 
Society; member of the Chicago and Illinois State Medical 

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Societies; and a member of the Daughters of the Renais* 
sance, Cordon Club, Illinois Women's Press Association and 
the Woman's City Club. 

LOBENSTINE, RALPH WALDO, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 162 East Seventy-first Street, New York City, was 
born July 24, 1874, in Leavenworth, Kan. In 1896 he grad- 
uated with the degree of A.B. from the Yale University; 
in 1900 received the degi-ee of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Columloia University; and later 
studied abroad. He was resident surgeon at the Sloane INIat- 
ernity Hospital for two years; and later attending suigeon 
to the New York Lying-in Hospital, and adjunct assistant 
attending gynecologist to the Bellevue Hospital. He is a 
member of the Academy of medicine, the Quiz Medical So- 
ciety of New York, the Obstetrical Society and the Ameir- 
ican Association of Obstetricians. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association and of the State and County 
Medical Society; and a member of Yale Club. 

LOCKE, EDWIN ALLEN, Physician o f 311 Beacon 
Street, Boston Mass., was born Oct. 15, 1874, in Halifax, 
Mass. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University. He is chief of the Staff" of the Boston 
Comsumptive Hospital. 

LOCKWOOD, CHARLES DANIEL, Surgeon of 412 
Dodworth Building, Pasadena, Cal., was born Jan. 22, 1868, 
in Effingham, 111. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Since 1902 he 
has been professor of surgery in the College of Dentistry in 
the Univei'sity of Southern California. 

LOCKWOOD, GEORGE RAE, Physician and Author of 
18 East Fifty-second Street, New York City, was born 
March 7, 1861, in New York City. He received the degree 
of A.B. and in 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
Since 1903 he has been professor of clinical medicine in the 
Columbia university. He is the author of Practice of Med- 
icine; Diseases of the Stomach; and other works. 

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LODGE EDWIN, Physician and Surgeon of 76 Broad- 
way, Detroit, Mich., was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was 
educated in the public schools, at the University of Mich- 
igan; and in 1871 received the deg-ree of M.D. from the New 
York Homoepathic College. He practiced medicine in Ionia, 
San Francisco and since 1875 at Detroit ; and is manager of 
Joseph H. Berry estate. He is president of the Northern 
Iron and Chemical Company, Dwight Lumber Company, 
Welded Steel Barrel Company, Colonial Asphalt Company 
and the Sanilac Stock Company; is vice-president of the 
Charcoal Iron Company of America, the 0. and W. Thum 
Company, Detroit Heating and Lighting Company, the Sa- 
ratoga Mining Company and is secretary of Berry Brothers. 
He has been a member of Old Detroit Light Guard ; and is 
trustee of the Grosse Pointe Farms. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association and various other societies. 

LODOR, C. H., Physician of 3136 Indiana Avenue, Chi- 
cago, III, was born Oct. 26, 1858, in Philadelphia, Pa. He is 
Neurologist to the Lakeside Hospital. He is ex-president of 
the Chicago Neurological Society; and the author of num- 
erous monographs. 

LOEB, ADRAIN, Merchant of 210 Central Avenue, Los 
Angeles, Cal., was born June 11, 1866 in Avenche, Switzer- 
land. He is a member of the firm of Loeb, Fleishman and 
company, wholesale fruit and produce merchants of Los 
Angeles. 

LOEB, CLARENCE, Physician of 87 Humboldt Building, 
St. Louis, Mo., was born in 1876. In 1899 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Marian Sims Medical College. He 
is editor of the Annuals of Ophthalmology. 

LOEB, HANAU WOLF, Physician and Scientist of 537 
North Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born Aug. 25, 
1865, in Philadelphia, Pa. He has received the degrees of 
A.B., A.M. and in 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Ensworth-Central Medical College. Since 1904 he has 
been professor of ear, nose and throat diseases in the St. 
Louis university, and is now also dean of the school of med- 
icine. Since 1898 he has also edited Annals of Otology, 
Rhinology and Laryngology. 

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LOEB, VIRGIL, Physician of St. Louis, Mo., was born 
Feb. 28, 1883, in Columbia, Mo. In 1906 he receaved the 
degree of M.D. from St. Louis University. Since 1907 he has 
been professor of oral surg'ery in the St. Louis University. 

LOEBINGER, HUGO J., Physician and Author of 32 
Edgecombe Avenue, New York City, was born Aug. 16, 
1863, in Rybuik, Germany. He was educated in GeiTnany 
and graduated from the University of Berlin. He has prac- 
ticed his profession in New York, California, Texas and 
Montana ; and in 1900 was a meml^er of the Montana State 
Board of Health. He is the author of New Local Therapy of 
Tuberculosis, Pulmonaris; and various other works. He is 
also the patentee of a method for obtaining dry products 
from liquids of every description without the use of heat, 
chemicals or vacuum. 

LOGAN, JAMES ELMORE, Physician of 1208 Wyan- 
dotte Street, Kansas City, Mo., was born Oct. 16, 1861, in 
Nicholasville, Ky. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University Medical College. He has been president 
of the American Laryngological Association. Since 1885 he 
has been professor of th^ diseases of nose and throat and* 
clinical otology in the University Medical College. 

LOGAN, MILBURN HILL, Physician, Suigeon, Chemist 
and Author of San Francisco, Cal., was born Aug. 5, 1855, 
in Richview, 111. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Memphis Hospital Medical College. He is the 
author of A System of Organic Chemistry and various other 
scientific works. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM G., Physician and Dentist of 29 
East Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born in Morrison, 
111. He is ex-president of the Illinois State Dental Society 
and Chicago Dental Society. He is professor of Oral Pathol- 
ogy in the Chicago College of Dental Surgery. 

LONG, ELI HERR, Physician, Surgeon and Author of 
1339 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born July 24, 1860, in 
Erie county, N.Y. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Buffalo. He is the author of Tables 
for Doctor and Druggist and numerous medical articles. 

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LONG, JOHN WESLEY, Physician of 119 Church 
Street, Greensboro, N.C., was born in 1859. In 1883 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Vanderbilt University. 
He is president of the Southern Surgical and Gynecological 
Association. 

LONG, SEELEY FREDERICK, Surgeon of 21 Buena 
iVsta Avenue, San Francisco, Cal., was born Feb. 19, 1855, 
in Canada. In 1910 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of California. Since 1898 he has been president 
and chief surgeon of the Buena Vista sanatorium. He is a 
contributor to medical journals. 

LONGCOPE, WARFIELD THEOBALD, Physician and 
Medical Director of 174 East Seventy-ninth Street, New 
York City, was born March 29, 1877, in Baltimore, Md. Since 
1914 he has been Director of the Medical Service of the 
Presbyterian Hospital of New York City. 

LONSDALE, JOHN GERDES, Banker and Broker of 
111 Broadway, New York City, was born April 4, 1872, in 
Memphis, Tenn. He is vice-president of the Little Rock, 
Hot Springs and Texas railroad ; and director of the Secur- 
ity bank of Hot Springs and the New York Hotel company. 

LONGEWAY, GEORGE E., Dentist of Great Falls, 
Mont., was born Feb. 6, 1847, in Montreal, Canada. He has 
been president of the state dental society. He is now pres- 
ident of the Montana state board of dental examiners. 

LONGYEAR, HOWARD WILLIAMS, Physician and 
Surgeon of 32 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Micb., was 
born July 24, 1852, in Lansing, Mich. In 1875 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of New York City. He has been president of the 
American association of obstetricians and gynecologists. 

LONIGO, EMIL VICTOR, Physician and Surgeon of 
1362 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, Cal., was born Feb. 29, 
1847, in Paris, France. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of California. He is a perpetual 
member of the Italian red cross society. He is the author 
of Progress in the Etiology of Diseases, in which a first hint 
was given of the direct source of malarial fevers from the 
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LOOMIS, WALTER HARRISON, Physician and Surgeon 
of 13618 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, Ohio, was bom 
Jan. 16, 1874, in Tlinkhannock, Pa. He was educated at the 
Montrose High School and at the Wyoming Seminary of 
Kingston, Pa. In 1904 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Cleveland Homoepathic Medical College of the Ohio State 
University. In 1904-06 he was house physician and surgeon 
to the Huron Road Hospital; and in 1907-12 founded and 
built the Eddy Road Hospital; and was the founder and 
owner of East Cleveland Hospital. For six years he was a 
member of the Pennsylvania National Guard and served one 
year in the Spanish-American War. He is now surgeon to 
the East Cleveland Hospital ; and medical examiner for the 
Columbia Life Insurance Company, the American Central 
Life Insurance Company and the Ohio State Life Insurance 
Company. He is a member of the American Institute of 
Homoepathy, the Ohio State, Eastern Ohio and Cleveland 
Homoepathic Medical Societies. 

LOVELAND, BRADFORD CHURCHILL, Physician and 
Author of Syracuse, N.Y., was born Feb. 18, 1862, in New- 
ark, N.Y. He is the author of numerous Medical Mono- 
graphs. 

LORD, FREDERICK TAYLOR, Physician of 305 Beacon 
Street, Boston, Mass., was born Jan. 16, 1875, in Bangor, 
Maine. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University. Since 1909 he has been instructor in 
clinical medicine in the Harvard Medical School. He is the 
author of articles on medical subjects. 

LORD, JOHN PRENTISS, Surgeon of 830 City National 
Bank Building, Omaha, Neb., was born April 17, 1860, in 
Dixon, 111. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from\the 
Rush Medical College. Since 1886 he has practiced in Oma- 
ha; and since 1893 has confined his practice to surgery ex- 
clusively. In 1893-1913 he was a professor of surgery in the 
Creighton medical school ; and since 1913 has been professor 
of orthopedic surgery in the medical department of the 
University of Nebraska. He has been president of the Neb- 
raska state medical association, president of the Western 

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surgical association and president of the American ortho- 
pedic association. 

LORENZE, EDWARD JULIUS, Physician of 1658 Lex- 
ington Avenue, New York City, was born about Jan. 8, 1868, 
in New York City. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York University. From 1886-88 he was 
assistant and house-physician in the Bellevue Hospital Med- 
ical College. 

LOVETT, ROBERT WILLIAMSON, Physician of 234 
Marlboro, Street, Boston, Mass., was born Nov. 13, 1859, in 
Beverly, Mass. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvai-d Univei'sity. He is assistant professor of orth- 
pedic surgery in the Harvard University. 

LOVVORN, JAMES L., Physician and Banker of Bow- 
don, Ga., was born Aug. 5, 1862, in Alabama. He was ed-* 
ucated in Bowdoin College and received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Georgia. In 1886 he began the prac- 
tice of medicine and has since been connected with a drug 
store at Bowdon, Ga. In 1905 he organized the Bank of 
Bowdon, of which he is president; in 1907 organized and 
built Bowdon Oil Mills, and has since been president; and 
in 1909-13 he organized, built and is president of Bowdon 
Railroad. He is a member of Caroll County Medical Society, 
the Georgia Medical Association, the American Medical 
Association, the American Pharmaceutical Association ; and 
is a Mason, Elk, Shriner and Odd Fellow. He is also treas- 
urer of the Board of Trustees of Bowdon College. 

LOWE, CLEMENT BELTON, Physician, Educator and 
Author og 145 North Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was 
born April 30, 1846, in Salem, N.J. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. Since 
1885 he has been professor of materia medica at the Phil- 
adelphia college of pharmacy. 

LOWELL, W. HOLBROOK, Physician and Surgeon of 
101 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., was born in 1875. In 
1902 he received the degree of M.D. from Harvard Univer- 
sity Medical School. He is assistant in ophthalmology to the 
Harvard Graduate School of Medicine ; is assistant ophthal- 

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mic surgeon to the Boston City Hospital ; and assistant 
ophthalmic surgeon to the Massachusetts Charitable Eye 
and Ear Infirmary ; and is connected with other institutions. 
He is a memiber of the American Medical Association and 
Massachusetts Medical Society; is secretary of the New 
England Ophthalmic Society and is a member of various 
other clubs and societies. 

LOWMAN, WILLIAM RICHMOND, Physician of 4 West 
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S.C., was born in 1888. He re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Baltimore, M.D. ; in 1891 attended the 
Polyclinic and Post-Graduate School of New York City ; and 
in 1894 received the degree of A.M. from the National Uni- 
versity of Chicago. He is physician for Orangebuig College ; 
censor to the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia; 
county physician for Orangeburg County; and surgeon to 
the Atlantic Coast Line. He is a member of South Carolina 
Medical Association, the Tri-State Medical Association of 
the Carolinas and Virginia, the American Medical Associa- 
tion, the National Science Association of America; the Na- 
tional Geographic Society and the American Society for 
Extension University Teaching. He is treasurer of the 
Orangeburg County Medical Society and fills various other 
positions of trust and honor. 

LUDWIG, ROSCOE FULLER, Dentist of 57 East 
Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 29, 1865, 
in Waldboro, Maine. He served in the Civil War, and since 
1867 has practiced dentistry. 

LUST, BENEDICT, Physician and Editor of 112 East 
Forty-first Street, New York City, was born Feb. 3, 1872, 
in Germany, He is president of the American Naturopathic 
Association. 

LUTZ, FRANK JOSEPH, Physician and Surgeon of 1630 
South Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born May 24, 1855, 
in St. Louis, Mo. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. 
from' the Washington University Medical School. Since 1901 
he has been professor of surgery in the medical department 
of the St. Louis university. 

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LYDSTON, (lEORGE FRANK, Surgeon and Author of 
32 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1858 in 
Tuolumne, Cal. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is the author of 
numerous surgical treatises and works on medical sociology. 

LYLE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Physician of 19 West 
Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born March 3, 1861, 
in Georgetown, Ky. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of Ohio. He is clinical professor of 
diseases of the chest in the University of Cincinnati. He has 
been medical inspector of the Ohio State Board of Health. 

LYLE, WILLIAM CLIF1T0N, Physician of 300-2-4 Har- 
rison Building, Augusta, Ga., was born in 1837. In 1893 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Georgia. 
He is editor of the Journal Medical Association of Georgia. 

LYNCH, JAMES L., Physician and Surgeon of Winona, 
Minn., was born July 7, 1865. In 1900 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is president of 
the Winona county Medical Society. 

LNYCH, JEROME M., Physician and Author of 57 East 
Fifty-second Sti'eet, New York City, was born in Ireland. 
In 1895 he recived the degree of M.D. from the Rush Med- 
ical College. He studied in Dublin, Edinburgh and London ; 
and graduated from the Chicago University Medical School. 
He has been vice-president of the American Proctologie 
Society; and a lecturer in Cornell Medical College. He is 
consulting proctologist to the Nassau hospital and other 
institutions. He is he author of numerous medical works. 

LYNN, BASCOM, Physician of Carlsbad, Texas, was 
born Sept. 8, 1864, in Freestone county, Texas. In 1898 hel 
received the degree of M.D. from the Kentucky School of 
Medicine. He has attained success in the practice of med- 
icine; and is now superintendent of the state tuberculosisi 
colony at Carlsbad. 

LYON, AURELIUS AUGUSTINE, Physician of 726 
Sixteenth Avenue, Nashville, Tenn., was born in 1838, in 
1861 he received the degree of M.D. from the Washington 
University Medical College. He is president of the Associa- 

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tion of Medical Officers of the Army and Navy of the Con- 
federacy. 

LYON, IRVING PHILLIPS, Physician of 531 Franklin 
Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born in 1870 in Hartford, Conn. 
In 1893 he received the degree of A.B. from Yale Univer- 
sity ;and in 1897 received the degree of M.D. from Johns 
Hopkins University. Since 1898 he has been practicing 
medicine in Buffalo; is assistant professor of medicine at' 
the University of Buffalo and is attending physician to the 
Buffalo General Hospital. He is a member of the American 
Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, the Buffalo 
Academjy of Medicine, the American Medical Association, 
Erie County Medical Society and Phi Beta Kappa Society. 
He is also a member of the University and other clubs. 

LYON, PALMER HEATH, Physician and Surgeon of 
Saratoga Springs, N.Y., was born Nov. 6, 1876, in Jersey? 
City, N.J. He holds a commission as First Lieutenant in the 
Medical Reserve Corps of the United States Army. 

LYON, SAMUEL BACKUS, Physician and Educator of 
White Plains, N.Y., was born Aug. 25, 1841, in Palmer, 
Mass. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Columbian University. He is medical superintendent of 
Bloomingdale asylum. New York City. 

MABBOTT, JOHN MILTON, Physician of 17 Fifth Ave- 
nue, New York City, was born on July 14, 1862, in Water- 
bury, Conn. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He 
is now attending obstetrician to the New York infant asy-^ 
lum and other hospitals. 

MacARTHUR, ARTHUR FREDERIC, Engineer of 11 
Pine Street, New York City, was born Oct. 24, 1860, in 
Oramel, N.Y. He is president of the MacArthur Brothers 
and company ; and connected with other corporations. 

MacARTHUR, ROBERT D., Physician of 140 Dearborn 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 1, 1843, in Glengary, 
Ontario, Canada. He is a member of the Chicago Medical 
College. 

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MacDONALD, A. D., Physician and Statesman of Kali- 
spell, Mont., was born Oct. 17, 1861, in Wickham, New 
Brunswick. He has served three terms as a member of the 
Montana state legislature from Flathead county; and in 
1913 was elected speaker of the house. He has been a mem- 
ber and chairman of the school board; health officer of his 
city and county; and president of Flathead county Medical 
Society. 

MacDONALD, CARLOS FREDERICK, Physician and 
Scientist of 15 East Forty-eighth Street, New York City, 
was born Aug. 29, 1845, in Niles, Ohio. In 1889-1906 he was 
president of the New York Lunacy Commission. 

MacDONALD, JOHN WILLIAM, Surgeon and Author 
of 1023 North Grand Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., was born 
June 25, 1844, in Nova Scotia. In 1905 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the St. Louis University. He is surgeon 
in chief to the Mineapolis city hospital. He is the author of 
surgical diagnosis and treatment. 

MacDONAIJ), JOSEPH, Physician of 92 William Street, 
New York City, was born in 1870. In 1904 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Baltimore University. He is editor 
of the American Journal of Urology. Member of the Medical 
Society of New Jersey. 

MacEVITT, JOHN COWELL, Physician of 407 Clinton 
Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1856. In 1878 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Keokuk, 111., He is editor of the New York 
State Journal of Medicine. 

MacGOWAN, GRANVILLE, Educator and Physician of 
624 Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1857 in 
Iowa. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni-^ 
versity of Pennsylvania. He is professor of diseases of the 
skin in the University of Southern California. 

MACK, CHARLES SAMUEL, Physician, Clergyman and 
Author of 2353 Maplewood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio, was born 
Dec. 18, 1856, near Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1883 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. Since 1908 he has been pastor of 

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the church of the New Jerusalem. He is the author of Prin- 
ciples of Medicine and other works. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN NOLAND, Physician and Critic of 
605 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md., was born Oct. 20, 
1853, in Baltimore, Md. In 1877 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the New York Ihiiversity. He is vice-president of 
the American Laryngological Association. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH ALEXANDER JAMES, Sur- 
geon and Director of 910 Corbett Building, Portland, Ore., 
was born Jan. 13, 1859, in Manitoba, Canada. He has re- 
ceived the degrees of M.D., CM., L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S. ; and 
has studied in London, Berlin, Paris and Vienna. In 1887- 
1907 he was engaged in the practice of medicine ; and since* 
1907 in operative and clinical surgery in the university of 
Oregon. He is a director of the Lumberman's national bank ; 
and in 1905 was a director of the Lewis and Clark exposi- 
tion. He has been president of the Portland Academy of 
Medicine, president of the Oregon State Medical Association, 
and president of the Portland City and County Medical So- 
cieties. 

MACLACHLAN, CHARLES, Surgeon-General of New 
Rockford, N.D., was born July 13, 1861, in Canada. He is 
surgeon-general of the North Dakota national guard with 
the rank of colonel. 

MacLACHLAN, DANIEL A., Educator, Physician and 
Pathologist of 1301 Majestic Building, Detroit, Mich., was 
born Nov. 10, 1852, in Canada. In 1879 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Detroit College of Medicine and Sur- 
gery. Since 1899 he has been dean of the Detroit homoepath- 
ic college. 

MACLEAN, DANIEL, Educator, Physician, Surgeon and 
College President of 948 Maiket Street, San Francisco, Cal., 
was born Jan. 27, 1843, in Prince Edward Island. In 1874 he' 
received the degree of M.D. fro tme Bennett Medical Col- 
lege. Since 1880 he has been presi(ient of the California 
Medical College. 

MacWHINNIE, ARTHUR MORGAN, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 610 Leary Building, Seattle, Wash., was 

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born Dec. 24, 1874, in New Bedford, Mass. He is the author 
of The Much Abused Nose, and other works. 

MAGEE, THOMAS L., Physician of 1425 C. Street, San 
Diego, Cal. In 1863 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Nashville. He is president of the Training 
School for Nurses in Gochenauer-Ketchum Sanitarium. 

MAHAN, ISAAC LENNOX, Physician, Government Of- 
ficial and Court Librarian of Federal Building, St. Paul, 
Minn., was born May 31, 1841, in Bowling Green, Ind. He 
was educated in private schools; at Whitewater College; 
and in 1866 received the degree otf M.D. from Rush Medical 
College of Chicago, 111. He was engaged in private practice 
in Terre Haute, Ind. Failing in health he accepted a position 
in the treasury department and later for efficiency was 
appointed Indian Agent and after serving many years was 
promoted to United States Indian Inspector. He then settled 
permanently in St. Paul, Minn. ; and in 1892 was appointed 
Librarian of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, of 
the Eighth Circuit and is still serving. He is prominent 
Mason and Knight Templar, and has held high offices in 
that order; and is Department Commander of the of the 
Minnesota Grand Army of the Republic. 

MAHAN, LITTLE LOE, Physician and Banker of Hemp- 
stead, Texas, was born Aug. 22, 1861, in Franklin county, 
Ala. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Ken- 
tucky School of Medicine. He is president of the Citizen's' 
State bank. 

MALCOLM, J. DOUGLAS, Physician of 301 East 68th 
Street, New York City. He was educated in the public 
schools of his native city. In 1904 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Columbia University. He is clinical assistant 
of the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital and Seton Hos- 
pital. He is a member of the Phi Sigma Kappa Club and 
other organizations. 

MALLORY, FRANK BURR, Physician, Pathologist and 
Author of 240 Longwood Avenue, Brookline, Mass., was 
born Nov. 12, 1862, in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1890 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University Medical 
School. He is part author of Pathological Technique. 

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MALONEY, JOHN BARTHUM, Physician and Surgeon 
of Key West, Fla. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been city 
health officer, 

MALSBARY, GEORGE ELMER, Physician and Author 
of 500-501-502 Auditorium Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was 
born June 3, 1873, in Hutchinson, Kan. In 1896 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. He is 
the author of Practice of Medicine. 

MALTBIE, BIRDSEY LUCIUS, Chemist and Author of 
East Orange, N.J., was born Sept. 19, 1864, in Cattaraugus, 
N.Y. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the Alba- 
ny College of Pharmacy, He is president of The Maltbie 
Chemical Company of Newark, N.J. He is president of The 
Alumni Association of the Albany College of Pharmacy; 
and president of the American Association of Pharmaceut- 
ical Chemists. He is the publisher of Maltbie's Practical 
Pharmacy, Maltbie's Genealogy ; and was editor of the Phy- 
sicians Drug News. 

MANDEL, ARTHUR RUDOLPH, Physician of 150 East 
Fortieth Street, New York City, was born June 7, 1877, in 
Boston, Mass. He is professor of pathology in New York 
University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Colleges; and 
pathologist to St. Vincent's hospital. 

MANLEY, ORVILLE T., Physician and Surgeon of 
Warren, Ohio, He received the degree of M.D. from Cleve- 
land College of Physicians and Surgeons; and attended the 
Medical Department of Ohio Wesleyan University. He has 
been house surgeon to St. Alexis Hospital. He is a member 
of the American Medical Association and other medical 
societies. His practice is limited to surgery; and gives spe- 
cial attention to nerve and brain surgery. 

MANN, MATTHEW DERBYSHIRE, Physician and Au- 
thor of 37 Allen Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born July 12. 
1845, in Utica, N.Y. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Sui'geons of New York 
City. He is the author of a Manual of Prescription Writing, 
and other works. 

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MANNING, EDWARD C, Physician of 357 South Hill 
Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in Winnebago County, 
Wis. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Hahnemann Medical College. He is vice-president of the 
California State Homoepathic Society. 

MANNING, GUY EDMUND, Physician of 391 Sutter 
Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1865. In 1890 he> 
received the degree of M.D. from the Woman's Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. He is librarian of the Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

MANNING, ISAAC HALL, Physician of Chapel Hill, N. 
C, was born in 1866. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Miami Medical College. He is dean of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, Medical Department. 

MANTON, WALTER PORTER, Physician and Author 
of 32 Adams Avenue, Detroit, Mich., was born Aug. 3, 1857, 
in Providence, R.I. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D, 
from the Harvard University Medical College. He is the 
author of A Syllabus of Lectures on Human Embryology 
and other works. 

MANTZER, JOHN F., Physician, Surgeon and Banker 
of Ephrata, Pa., was born March 18, 1862, in Pennsylvania. 
In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. He is president of the Farmers' National 
bank. 

MARCY, HENRY ORLANDO, Surgeon and Author of 
180 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born June 
23, 1837, in Otis, Mass. In 1864 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Medical College. He is 
surgeon to the surgical hospital of Cambridge, Mass. He is 
the author of The Animal Suture and other works. 

MARKH AM, ERNEST ARTHUR, Physician, Genealogist 
and Statesman of Durham, Conn., was born Oct. 16, 1853, 
in Windsor, Vt. He was educated at the Wadsworth School 
of Hartford, Conn.; and at the, Hartford High School and 
Middletown High School. He graduated from the Eclectic 
Medical College of New York City, in which institution he 
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grees of A.B. and A.M. from the Wesleyan University. In 
1895-96 he was a representative in the Connecticut General 
Assembly. He has been vice-president of the Connecticut 
Eclectic Medical College. He has been president of the Ex- 
amining Board ; and a director of the Central National bank 
of Middletown. He is now Health Officer and Medical Ex- 
aminer for the town of Durham^; president of the Aqueduct 
Company ; and a director of the Middletown Trust Company. 
He is a member of the National Eclectic Medical Society, 
the Sons of the American Revolution, Knights of Pythias 
and the Connecticut Historical Society, He is post surgeon 
for the Connecticut State Guard; First Lieutenant Medical 
Reserve Corps; and also on the United Sates Reserve and 
Red Cross. He is the author of a work on the Markham 
Family. 

MARKOE, JAMES WRIGHT, Physician and Surgeon of 
20 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born July 19, 
1862, in New York City. He was educated at St. Paul's 
School, Concord, N.H. ; and in 1881 received he degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Colum- 
bia University. After graduating in medicine he spent one 
year studying in Munich, Germany ; and returned to be first 
house surgeon of the Sloane Maternity Hospital. In 1890> 
he organized the Midwifery Dispensary which has since 
been conducted by the Society of the Lying-in-Hospital. He 
is medical director and attending surgeon of the Society of 
the Lying-in-Hospital ;and consulting gynecologist to Vas- 
sar Hospital. He is a fellow of the Academy of Medicine; 
also consulting gynecologist to the Neurological Institute 
and to the Caledonian Hospital, Brooklyn. He is a member 
of the Metropolitan, Century, Racquet and Tennis and New 
York Yacht Clubs. 

MARKLEY, ARTHUR JACKSON, Physician of 432 
Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colo., was born in 1874. In 
1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the Miami Medical 
College. He is librarian of the Medical Society of the City 
and County of Denver. 

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MARLOW, FRANK WILLIAM, Physician of 733 Uni- 
versity Block, Syracuse, N.Y., was born in 1858. In 1885 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Syracuse University 
College of Medicine. He is librarian of the College of Med- 
icine, Syracuse University. 

MARSH, EDWARD FRANK, Physician of 448 Ninth 
Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Nov. 14, 1858, in Granby, 
N.Y. For three years he was coroner of Oswego county; 
and was a member of the twelfth Assembly district. 

MARSHALL, CHARLES E., Physician of 952 Fillmore 
Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born Oct. 6, 1866, in Port Chil- 
ton, Ohio. In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Albany Medical College. He is professor of bacteriology and 
hygiene in the Michigan Agricultural College. 

MARSHALL, CLARA, Physician and Author of 258 
South Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in West 
Chester, Pa. In 1875 she received the degree of M.D. from 
the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. She is the 
author of History of the Women's Medical College of Penn- 
sylvania. 

MARSHALL, JOHN, Educator, Physician, Chemist and 
ford, Del., was born Aug. 31, 1854, in Georgetown, Del. In 
1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College. He was educated at the Delaware College 
and at the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. He is 
a successful physician ; and trustee of Delaware college. He 
was president pro tern, of the senate ; and has held numerous 
positions of trust and honor. 

MARSHALL, JOHN, Educator, Physicia, Chemist and 
Author of 1718 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Feb. 
9, 1855, in Reading, Pa. In 1878 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author 
of A Course for Systematising Qualitive Testing. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM, Physician of 112 North Front 
Street, Milford, Del., was born Nov. 26, 1880, in Milford, 
Del. In 1905 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni-. 
versify of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the Medical 
Department of the University of Pennsylvania. He is phy- 
sician in charge of the Milford tuberculosis dispensary. 

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MARTIN, CLARENCE, Physician of 3700 Morgan 
Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born in 1877. In 1898 he gi^ad- 
uated from the State University of Missouri. In 1900 he 
received the degree of M.D. ; and has since attained success 
in the practice of his profession in St. Louis, Mo. He is a 
member of ten medical associations. He is editor of the 
Technical Supplement Urologic and Cutaneous Review. 

MARTIN, FRANKLIN H., Surgeon and Author of 30 
North MijChigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born July 13, 
1857, in Oconomowoc, Wis. In 1880 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Chicago Medical College. He is the author 
of Electricity in Diseases of Women. 

MARTIN, HENRY M., Physician of Scarbrough Drug 
Company, Anniston, Ala. In 1899 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Virginia. He is president of the 
Chicago Ophthalmic Colleg'e. 

MARTIN, .lOHN GREENE, Physician of Black Building, 
Lake Charles, La., was born in 1863. In 1891 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Dartmouth Medical School. He is 
president of the State Board of Medical Examiners. 

MARTIN, SYDNOR LEE, Physician and Banker of 
Leaksville, N.C., was born June 20, 1863, in Leaksville, N.C. 
In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the Baltimorq^ 
Medical College. He is president of the People's bank. 

MARTIN, WALTON, Physician and Authoi- of 151 East 
Sixty-third Street, New York City, was born Feb. 3, 1869, 
in Stanton Island, N.Y. He is the author of Physics and 
Chemistry and other works. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM, Medical Inspector, United States 
Navy, Retired, was born Feb. 7, 1849, in New Orleans, La. 
He was educated in the Jesuits' College of New Orleans,; 
and graduated with the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
Department of the University of Louisiana. In 1865 he 
entered the United States Navy, and was honorably dis- 
charged in 1868. In 1871 he was appointed apothecary in 
the United States Navy; in 1874 became acting assistant 
surgeon; and in 1880 was assigned as quarantine officer at 
Ship Island, Miss. In 1882 he was appointed assistant sur-< 

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Ship Island, Miss. In 1882 he was appointed assistant surgeon 
by special act of congress, for honorable and meditorious 
fever duty at Pensacola and Navy Yard, and in 1888 on 
Surgeon by special act of congress, for extraordinary Meri-J 
torious services. He retired in 1893; and in 1906 was pro- 
moted to Medical Inspector, United States Navy, retired. He 
has travelled extensively in So. America and in Europe. He 
is a member of the Bohemfian Club and the Olympic Club of 
San Francisco, Cal. 

MASON, AMOS LAWRENCE, Physician of 265 Claren- 
don Street, Boston, Mass., was born April 20, 1842, in Salem 
Mass. He received the degree of A.B. and in 1872 received 
the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University. Pursued! 
his medical studies in Berlin, Vienna, Paris and London. Ih 
1878-1903 he was physician and now consulting physician 
to the Boston City hospital. 

MASON, LEWIS DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon of 
171 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born June 21, 
1843, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1866 ihe received the degree of 
M.D. from the Long Island College Hospital. In 1882-94 he 
was consulting physician to the Kings County Inebriates' 
Home. He is president of the Brooklyn City Bible society; 
and ex-president of the American Society for the Study and 
Cure of Inebriety. 

MASON, SELMA N., Physician of Empire Building, 
Clarksburg, W.Va., was born in 1876. In 1900 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Columbia University. He is 
superintendent of the Kessler Hospital. 

MASON, TIMOTHY ROSEBURG, Physician and Banker 
of 507 Germania Street, Columbus, Ohio, was born May 10, 
1852, in Green County, Pa. In 1885 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Starling Medical College. He is president 
of the Bank of Sugar Grove. 

MASSEY, GEORGE BETTON, Physician and Author of 
Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 15, 1858, in Massey, Md. 
In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Conservative Gynecol- 
ogy and Electro-Therapeutics. 

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MASTIN, JAMES WILLIAM, Physician of 719 Mack 
Building", Denver, Colo., was born' in 1857. In 1898 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Denver Homoepathid 
Medical College. He is editor of The Critique. 

MATAS, RUDOLPH, Physician of 255 St. Charles Street, 
New Orleans, La., was born Sept. 12, 1860, in Bonnet Carre, 
La. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from the Tulane, 
University of New Orleans. He is the author of Physical 
Basis of Crime, and various other medical monographs. 

MATHEWS, FRANCIS H., Physician of Liberty, Mc, 
was born in 1866. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University Medical College. He is president of the 
State Board pf Health. 

MATHEWS, GEORGE S., Physician of 263 Benefit 
Street, Providence, R.I., was born in 1862. In 1888 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. He is librarian of the Rhode Island Hospital. 

MATHEWS, JOSEPH McDOWELL, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 408 Masonic Temple, Louisville, Ky., was 
born May 29, 1847, in Newcastle, Ky. In 1867 he received 
the degree of M.D from the University of Louisville. He is 
the author of Mathews on Diseases of the Rectum. 

MATTISON, FITCH C. E., Physician and Surgeon of 
Pasadena, Cal., was born May 4, 1861, in Louisville, Ky. He 
has been president of the Los Angeles County, the Southern 
California and the California State Medical Association. 

MAURY, JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of Rochester, Minn., was born Aug. 21, 1871, in New 
York City. He is the author of Surgical Diffei-entials. 

MAUS, LOUIS MARVIN, Physician of Governoi-s Island, 
N.Y., was born in 1851. He is colonel in the Medical Depart- 
ment of the United States Army. 

MAXEY, EDWARD ERNEST, Physician and Author of 
204 Idaho Building, Boise, Idaho, was born Aug. 21, 1867, 
in Irvingston, 111. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D.- 
from the University of Illinois. He has been president of the 
Idaho State Medical Association. He is the author of a 
number of scientific papers notably on Rocky Mountain 
Spotted Fever. 

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MAXWELL, THOMAS O., Physician of 1112 East Ninth 
Street, Austin, Texas, was born in 1855. About 1877 he re-» 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Vanderbilt University 
Medical College. He is president of the Texas Ti*aining 
School for Detectives and Sanitarium for Mental and Ner- 
vous Diseases. 

MAY, CALVIN SLOANE, Physician of 205 West Fifty- 
seventh Street, New York City, was born June 1, 1848, in 
Naugatuck, Conn. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Yale University. He has been superintendent of 
the state hospital for the insane at Danvers. 

MAY, CHARLES HENRY, Physician, Oculist and Au- 
thor of 698 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Aug. 
7, 1861, in Baltimore, Md. He was educated at the College* 
of the City of New York ; took special studies in chemistry ; 
and in 1883 graduated from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Columbia University. In 1883-87 he took a 
special course of study of the eye and ear abroad. In 1883 
he began practice as physician and surgeon in New York 
City; and since 1887 has been a specialist of the eye and ear. 
He is the author of Manual of Diseases of the Eye, which, 
has been translated into several languages. 

MAY, JAMES VANCE, Physician and Author of Dor- 
chester Center, Mass., was born July 6, 1875, in Lawrence, 
Kan. In 1894 he received the degree of A.B. from the Uni- 
versity of Kansas ; and in 1897 received the degree of M.D, 
from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1897-98 hef was 
resident physician for the Philadelphia Hospital ; in 1899- 
1900 was assistant physician to the Brigham Hall Hospital 
for Insane at Caandaigua, N.Y. ; and in 1902 was acting 
assistant surgeon in the United States Army. In 1902-11 he 
was assistant physician to the Binghamton State Hospital; 
and in 1911 was medical superintendent of the Matteawan 
State Hospital of New York. In 1911-16 he was pi^sident of 
the New York State Commission of Lunacy ; in 1916-17 was 
superintendent of the Grafton State Hospital at North 
Grafton, Mass. ; and since 1917 has been superintendent of 
the Boston State Hospital at Dorchester Center, Mass. He 

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became First Lieutenant, later Captain and is now Major in 
the Medical Reserve Corps. He is author of numerous con-i 
tributions to medical institutes. He is a prominent Mason; 
and a member of the American Medico-Psychological Asso- 
ciation and various other Societies and Clubs. 

MAY, WILLIAM B., Physician and Surgeon of 184 
North Allen Street, Albany, N.Y., was born March 7, 1858, 
in Toronto, N.Y. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Buffalo. In 1898-1910 was milk in- 
spector of the city of Buffalo, and in 1901-10 was also diag- 
nostician in smallpox and other communicable diseases. 
Since 1910 he has been director of the division of commu- 
nicable diseases in the New York department of health at 
Albany. 

MAYO, HARRY NATHANIEL, Physician and Surgeon 
of 510 Salt Lake City, Utah, was born Sept. 10, 1867, in 
Washington, La. He has received the degree of B.S. and in 
1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the Baltimore 
Medical College. He is medical director and third vice-pre- 
sident of the Continental Life Insurance and Investment 
company. He has been past grand commander of the grand 
commandery of the Utah Knights Templar; and president 
of the Salt Lake Medical Society. 

MAYO, WILLIAM JAMES,Surgeon of Rochester, Minn., 
was born June 29, 1861, in Le-Sueur, Minn. He has received 
the degrees of A.M., F.R.C.S., LL.D., D.Sc. ; and in 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He is a member of the leading medical and scientific 
societies. He has been president of the Minnesota State 
Medical Society. He is now surgeon to St. Mary's hospital. 

McALESTER, ANDREW WALKER, Opthalmologist of 
600 Bryant Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born Feb. 19, 
1876, in Columbia, Mo. He received the degrees of B.L., 
A.B., M.D. and F.A.C.S. from the University of Missouri. 
For four years he was chairman of ophthalmology in the 
University of Kansas; and in 1907-10 was secretary of the 
Missouri State Medical Association. He is oculist of Mercy 
Hospital and the ICansas City General Hospital. He is a f el- 

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low of the American College of Surgeons, and a member of 
Jackson County. ^Missouri State and the American Medical 
Associations. 

McBRlDE, JAMES HARVEY, Physician and Author of 
201 Dodworth Building. Pasadena. Cal.. was born Jan. 23, 
1S49, in La Fayette. Ore. In 1S73 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He has 
been president of the American Academy of ^Medicine. He 
is the author of Health and Education of Girls and other 
works. 

McBRH:)E, ROBERT EDWIN, Physician of Las Cruces. 
N.^I.. was born Feb. 21. 1S73. in La Pourche Parish, La. In 
1S06 he received the degree of M.D. from the Tulane Uni- 
versity of Louisiana. He is editor of the New Mexico Med- 
ical JouiTial. 

McBURNEY, CHARLES, Educator. Physican and Sur- 
geon of 88 East Thirty-first Street. New York City, was 
born Feb. 17. 1S45. in Roxbury. ^Mass. Since 1S96 he has 
been professor of clinical surgery in the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

McCAMPBELL, EUGENE FRANKLIN, Physician and 
Medical Professor of Columbus. Ohio, was born April 15, 
18S3, in Mai"ys\ille, Ohio. Since 1907 he has been an In- 
structor of Chemical Physiology in the Stai'ling ^Medical 
College. 

McCANN, THOMAS ADDISON, Physician of 115 North 
Perry Street. Dayton, Ohio, was born in 1S59. In 1S91 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Halmemann ^ledical 
College. He is president of the State ^Medical Board. 

McC-\RTHY, PATRICK HENRY, Physician of 5 Owsley 
Block. Butte. ^lont.. was born in 1S76. In 1902 he received 
the degi-ee of M.D. from the John A. Creighton ]\Iedical 
College. He is president of the State Board of ^ledical 
Examiners. 

McCASKEY. GEORGE ^V., Physician and Surgeon of 
Physical Defense Building. Fort \Va\Tie, Ind., was bom Nov. 
9. 1853. in Delta. Ohio. In 1877 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He has been a 

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president of the Indiana State Medical Society. He' is pro- 
fessor of medicine in the Medical School of the Indiana Uni- 
versity. 

McCLANE, FRANK ELMER, Physician and Surgeon of 
ZeButt Building:, Ocala, Fla., was born Sept. 15, 186,2 in 
Lyons, Iowa. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical Department of Barnes University of St. Louis, 
Mo. He has been superintendent of the Excelsior Sanitarium 
of Mount Vernon, 111. ; and organized and built this sanita- 
rium iH 1898; and for a number of years was superintendent 
of the Carlsbad Spa, Nashville, 111. He has been president of 
the Medical and Surgical Institute of Carthage, 111. He is 
now president of the Doctor McClane Institute of Ocala, Fla. 
He is vice-president for Florida of the Medical Society of 
the United States ; and is a commissioned officer of the Med- 
ical Reserves, U.S.A. 

McCLELLAN, GEORGE BRINTON, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Weir, Kan., was born Oct. 26, 1864, in Warrensburg, 
Mo. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the North- 
western Medical College. He is medical examiner for the 
New York Life and other corporations. 

McClelland, JAMES Henderson, Surgeon, Edu- 
cator and Journalist of Mt. Zion Hospital, San Francisco, 
Cal., was born May 20, 1845, in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1876-77 
he was a professor in the Hahnemann Medical College. 

McClelland, LEFFERTS AUGUSTTNE, Physician 
and Educator of 78 McDonough Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was 
born Aug. 10, 1863, in Brooklyn, N.Y. he is professor of 
diseases of the ear, nose and thi-oat in Brooklyn Post- 
Graduate Medical School, of which he was a founder. 

McCONAUGHY, ROBERT, Physician and Surgeon of 
York, Neb., was born April 6, 1852, in Mount Pleasant, Pa. 
In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson 
Medical College of Philadelphia, Pa. In 1876-85 he was 
Division Surgeon of the Pennsylvania Railroad at Mou'jt 
Pleasant and Scottdale, Pa. Since 1885 he has practiced in 
York, Neb. He is physician and health officer of the City of 
York. In 1887-1914 he was secretary to the United States 

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Board of Pension Examiners. In 1917-18 he was vice-presi- 
dent of the American Association of Railway Surgeons ; and 
since 1914 has been president of the Surgeon's Association 
of the Chicago Burhngton and Quincy Raih'oad Company. 
In 1899 and 1900 he was president of the Nebraska State 
Medical Association. In 1909-10 he was grand commander 
of the Knights Templars of Nebraska. 

McCORMACK, ARTHUR T., Physician of Bowling Green, 
Ky. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is secre- 
tary of the Kentucky State Medical Association. He is editor 
of the Kentucky State Journal. 

McCORMACK, JOSEPH N., Physician of Bowling Green, 
Ky., was born in 1847. In 1870 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Miami Medical College. He is editor of the 
Bulletin State Board of Health. 

McCORMICK, CHARLES ALFRED, Physician of 4210 
Wilcox Avenue, Chicago, 111. In 1898 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Illinois Medical College. He is president of 
the McCormick Medical College. 

McCORMICK, JOHN HENRY, Physician, Educator, 
Lecturer, College President and Author of Washington, D. 
C, was born March 25, 1870, in Washington, D.C. Since 
1900 he has been president of Gaithersburg Seminary of 
Maryland. He is the author of Text Book of Anthropology. 

McCOWEN, JENNIE, Educator, Physician, Surgeon, 
Lecturer and Author of 1020 East Fourteenth Street, Dav- 
enport, Iowa, was born June 15, 1845, in Harveysburg, Ohio. 
In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the State Uni- 
versity of Iowa. Since 1893 she has been president of the 
Woman's Alliance. 

McCREADY, E. BOSWORTH, Physician of 909 Keenan 
Building, Allegheny, Pa., was born June 6, 1880, in Alle- 
gheny, Pa. In 1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medico-Chirurgical College. He has practiced medicine for 
many years; and is. a member of the American Medical 
Association and various other medical and scientific societies. 

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Mcculloch, CHAMPE carter, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 1831 LaMont Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., was 
born Sept. 10, 1869, in Waco, Texas. In 1892 he received 
the degree of M.D. and in 1904 the degree of A.M. from 
Columbia University of New York City. He was formerly 
executive officer in the Sanitary Department of the Isthmian 
Canal Commission, He is librarian in he Surgeon-General's 
Library; and curator in the Army Medical Museum at 
Washington, D.C. He has been president of the American 
Medical Association ; and is a member of the American Lib- 
rary Association. He holds the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in 
r the Medical Corps of United States Army. 

McCURDY, JAMES HUFF, Physician, Educator and 
Editor of Springfield, Mass., was born Dec. 2, 186C, in 
Princeton, Maine. He attended Princeton High School; the 
International Y.M.C.A. Training School, at Springfield,Mass. ; 
in 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from the New York 
University; and in 1907 was an honorary graduate to the 
Sargent Normal School. He has been assistant secretary of 
the Bangor Young Men's Christian Association; physical 
director at Auburn and athletic and aquatic director of New 
York City Young Men's Christian Associations; and in 
1893-95 was physical and medical director of Twenty-third 
Branch Association of New York. Since 1895 he has been 
instructor at the International Young Men's Christian As- 
sociation Training School ; has been a lecturer at the Har- 
vard Summer School in 1903-11; and since 1911 a lecturer 
on gymnastic therapeutics at the University of California. 
Since 1906 he has been editor of the American Physical 
Educational Revue. He is a member of the Academy of 
Physical Education, Physical Directors' Society, the Society 
for the Study of Athletics, the National Educational Asso- 
ciation and other organizations. He is the author of Biblio- 
graphy of Physical Training. 

McCULLOM, JOHN HILDRETH, Physician of 818 Har- 
rison Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born in 1843. In 1869 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. He is librarian of the Boston City Hospital. 

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McCURDY, STEWART LEROY, Physician and Author 
of 8104 Jenkins Arcade Building-, Wilkinsburg, Pa., was 
born July 15, 1859, in Bowerston, Ohio. In 1881 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Columbia Medical College. He 
is the author of Manual of Orthopaedic Surgery and other 
works. He is professor of the Western University of Pitts- 
burgh. 

McDERMITH, SAMUEL T., Physician and Surgeon of 
507 Wyoming Building, Denver, Colo., was born Aug. 1, 
1848, in Lancaster, Ohio. In 1876 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Universityof Louisville. Since 1895 he has 
been supreme physician and medical director of the Frater- 
nal Union of America. 

McDowell, george Washington, Physician of 

40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was born June 
17, 1860, in New York City. In 1886 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Homcepathic Medical College. He is pro- 
fessor of otology in the New York Homcepathic Medical 
College and Hospital. 

McDUFFIE, MARSHALL WILLIAM, Gynecologist of 
571 Park Avenue, New York City, was born in 1882 in 
Henderson, N.C. He was educated in the public schools of 
Portsmouth, N.Y. and East Orange, N.J. ; in 1904 graduated 
from the New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Flow- 
er Hospital ; licensed to practice in New York State the same 
year and received the degree of M.D. He was formerly 
assistant demonstrator of Anatomy; in 1906 dem;onstrator 
of Anatomy; lecturer on Regional Anatomy, General Ana- 
tomy, Obstetrics and assistant professor of Obstetrics to 
the Post-Graduate Flower Hospital. He is now assistant 
professor of Gynaecology to the Flower Hospital. He has 
been attending obstetrician, consulting obstetrician to the 
Flower Hospital ; has been assistant attending surgeon to 
St. Gregory's Hospital and attending obstetrician to Hahne- 
mann Hospital. He is on the staff of the Metropolitan Hos- 
pital ; a member of the American Institute, New York State 
and County Medical Society, Alpha Sigma Alumni, Flower 
Hospital Alumni, the Clinical Club and the Academy of 
Pathological Science. 

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McGALLIARD, WILLIAM MILLEN, Physician and 
Banker of Donaldsonville, La., was born Feb. 14, 1838, in 
North Carolina. In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the New Orleans School of Medicine. He is president of the 
Bank of Donaldsonville. 

McGEHEE, EDWARD LARNED, Physician of 921 Ca- 
nal Street, New Orleans, La., was born April 4, 1852, in 
Wilkenson county. Miss. In 1902 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Tulane University of Louisiana. He is physi- 
cian in charge of the Poydras Orphan Asylum and president 
of corporations. 

McGILL, JOHN A., Physician and Manufacturer of 21C'() 
Indiana Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1844, in Toronto, 
Canada. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University School of Medicine of Cleveland, Ohio. He is 
president of the Illinois St. Andrews Society ; Commandant 
of the Canadian Veterans' Association of the United States 
of America; and chairman of the Board of Governors of 
the Scottish Old People's Home at Riverside, 111. He is life 
member of the Press Club; is a member of the Americ .n 
Medical Association and of various other societies and or- 
ganizations. 

McGINNIS, EDWIN, Surgeon of 104 South Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 20, 1877, in Orland, 
Cook County, 111. He is instructor of laryngology and rhinol- 
ogy in Rush Medical School ; attending surgeon to St. Fran- 
cis Hospital ; associate attending laryngologist to the Home 
for Crippled Children; and assistant laryngologist to the 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

McGLANNAN, ALEXIUS, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 114 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Md., was born 
July 24, 1872, in Baltim,ore, Md. About 1895 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Baltimore, Maryland. Since 1899 he has been surgeon of 
the marine corps. He is the author of Manual of Physics and 
Inorganic Chemistry and other works. 

McGOWAN, JOHN PATRICK, Physician of 40 East 
Forty-first Street, New York City, was born April 28, 1865, 

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in Irvington, N.J. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is consulting 
surgeon of the French Hospital. 

McGUIRE, FRANK AUGUSTINE, Physician and Au- 
thor of 74 West Eighty-fifth Street, New York City, was 
born July 1, 1851, in New York City. In 1877 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the New York University. He is 
the author of many works on scientific subjects. 

McGUIRE, STUART, Physician of 513 East Grace 
Street, Richmond, Va., was born in 1867. In 1891 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Virginia., 
He is president of the Southern Medical Association. 

McGURREN, CHARLES J., Physician and Surgeon of 
Devil's Lake, N.D., was born April 27, 1873, in Eagle, N.Y. 
In 1904 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
Department of Hamlin University. He has been county phy- 
sician for Grand Forks county; health officer for Ramsey 
county; and secretary of the North Dakota State Board of 
Health. In 1913 he became superintendent of public health 
of North Dakota. 

McINTIRE, CHARLES, Educator, Physician and Lec- 
turer of 52 North Fourth Street, Easton, Pa., was bom Aug. 
30, 1847, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1868 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Lafayette College. In 1902-03 he was pres- 
ident and for twenty-five years was secretary of the Amer- 
ican Academy of Medicine. 

McKEE, ALBERT BROWN, Physician of 350 Post 
Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1862, in Californiaa 
In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the Cooper 
Medical College. He is professor of ophthalmology in the 
Medical Department of Stanford University. 

McKEE, JAMES ANDERSON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Statesman of 5 Elks Building, Sacramento, Cal., was born 
June 6, 1854, in Crawford county. Pa. In 1886 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. In 1905- 
09 he was a member of the California state senate. 

McKEE, ORVIL O., Physician, Surgeon and Banker of 
Caldwell, Ohio, was born Feb. 9, 1854, in Caldwell, Ohio. In 

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1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Michigan. He is president of the Citizen's National bank. 

McKENNA, JOHN B., Surgeon and Statesman of East 
Providence, R.L, was born Aug. 31, 1863, in New York City. 
In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He has been a 
representative in the State Legislature. 

McKENZIE, ROBERT TAIT, Physician, Sculptor and 
Author of 26 South Twenty-first Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born May 26, 1867, in Canada. In 1892 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the McGill University. Since 1904 hel 
has been professor and director of the department of phy- 
sical education at the university of Pennsylvania. 

McKENZIE, WILLIAM WHITE, Physician of Salisbury, 
N.C., was born Oct. 12, 1869, in Salisbury, N.C. He was 
educated at the Academic University of North Carolina, and 
Jefferson Medical Colleg^e. He has been surgeon of the 
Southern Railway Company; in 1893-1903 was city physi- 
cian of Salisbury, and was a member of the Board of Medical 
Examiners. He is a member of the North Carolina Medical 
Association, Rown County Medical Society, American Med- 
ical Association, and has been vice-president ofthe Tri-State 
of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. 

McKIM, WILLIAM DUNCAN, Physician of 1701 Eight- 
eenth Street, Washington, D.C., was born Feb. 14, 1855, in 
Baltimore, Md. He is the author of Heredity and Human 
Progress. 

McKINNEY, THOMAS THEODORE, Physician of Den- 
ver, Texas, was born Aug. 16, 1869, in Van Alstyne, Texas. 
He was educated in the rural schools, Sherman High School 
and received the degree of M.D. from Meharry Medical Col- 
lege of Nashville, Tenn. He has been grand medical examiner 
for the G.U.O. of O.F. of Texas; is local medical examiner 
for the Standard Life Insurance Company of Georgia; and 
is local examiner for the various lodges of the City of Den- 
ison. He is now grand medical examiner for the Odd Fellows 
of Texas ; and local medical examiner for the Standard Life 
Insurance Company of Geoigia. He took post-graduate 

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courses at Philadelphia Polyclinic and School for graduates 
in medicine in 1901 ; the Post-Graduate Medical School and 
Hospital at Chicago, in 1909 ; and took post-graduate course 
at the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor in 1911. He is 
a member of the Lone Star Medical Association, the Amer- 
ican Medical Association and other societies. 

McKINNEY, WILLIAM GLENN,Physician and Scientist 
of 125 Union Station, Pittsburgh, Pa., wos born May 26, 
1868, in Kingston, Ohio. He has received the degrees of 
A.B., A.M. and in 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Eclectic Medical College. In 1894-1900 he was physician 
to Philadelphia. In 1900-10 he was medical examiner of the 
relief department of the Pennsylvania Railway Company at 
Jersey City and since 1911 at Pittsburgh, Pa. He has con- 
tributed to the Maryland Medical Journal and various papers 
on medical and scientific subjects. 

McLANE, JAMES WOODS, Physician and Educator of 
107 East Thirty-eighth Street, New York City, was born 
Aug. 19, 1839, in New York City. He is president of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University ; 
and president and trustee of Roosevelt Hospital. 

McMICHAEL, GEORGE HERVEY, Physician and Au- 
thor of 356 Maryland Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born in 
Waterford, Ont., Canada. In 1911 he graduated in medicine 
from the University of Niagara at Buffalo, and has received 
the degrees of M.D., DD.S. and L.D.S. In 1904-05 he was a 
member of the Civil Service Commission for the City of 
Buffalo. He is the author of Alcoholism as a Disease, 
Humane Control for Alcoholics, and other works. 

McMULLAN, OSCAR, Physician and Banker of Eliza- 
beth City, N.C., was born Dec. 4, 1856, in Mecklenburg 
county, Va. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Virginia. Since 1899 he has been president of 
the Citizen's bank. 

McMURRAY, ROBERT JOHN, Physician and Banker of 
St. Francisville, 111., was born Feb. 12, 1853, in Cincinnati, 
Ohio. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the Med- 
ical College of Ohio. He is president of the First National 
bank of St. Francisville. 

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McNABB, CHARLES PORTER, Physician of 503-504 
Bank and Trust Building, Knoxville, Tenn., was born in 
1858. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee. He is dean of the Medical Department 
of the Lincoln Memorial University (Tenn. Medical College). 

McNALLY, MICHAEL, Physician and Surgeon of Mich- 
igan Valley, Kan., was born May 8, 1847, in Lockport, 111. 
He is medical examiner for the Travelers Life Insurance 
Company of Hartford; and is a member of the leading 
American medical and scientific societies. 

McNAUGHT, FRANCIS HENRY, Educator, Physician 
and Surgeon of 316 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colo., 
was born June 15, 1856, in Hobart, N.Y. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. He has been professor of obstetrics 
in the university of Denver. 

McPHAIL, DONALD THOMAS, Physician of 616 Mad- 
ison Avenue, New York City, was born Dec. 6, 1871, in Nova 
Scotia. He was educated at Sydney Academy and Dahlhousie 
College, Nova Scotia; and took post-graduate work in Lon- 
don and Berlin. He is a specialist in the diseases of the eye, 
ear and throat ; attending physician to the^ Manhattan Eye 
and Ear Hospital, and New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; 
and ophthalmic surgeon to the Northeastern dispensary. He 
is a member of the New York County and State Medical 
Societies; and a meber of the British Schools and Univer- 
sity clubs. 

PHERSON, D. C, Physician and Banker of Ellsinore, 
Pa., was born March 13, 1861, in Indiana. In 1893 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Barnes Medical College. 
He is president and director of the bank of Ellsinore. 

MePHERSON, ROSS, Sui-geon and Author of New York, 
was born May 31, 1876, in Cambridge, Mass. In 1898 he 
received the degree of A.B. from Harvard University; and 
in 1902 M.D. from Harvaid Medical School. He has been 
house surgeon to Carney Hospital, Boston, and of the^ New 
Yoi-k Lying-in-Hospital. Since 1904 he has practiced in New 
York City. He is attending surgeon of the New York Lying- 

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in-Hospital ; consulting- obstetrician to the United Port 
Chester Hospital and Caledonian Hospital ; an a fellow of 
the American College of Surgeons. He is president of the 
Harvard Medical Society; a member of the American Asso- 
ciation of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; Massachusetts 
Medical Society, New York State and County Society, New 
York State Society and the American Medical Association^ 
He is the author of many articles on obstetrical subjects; 
and is a member of the Harvard and Players Clubs. 

McREYNOLDS, JOHN OLIVER, Physician and Oph- 
thalmologist of Trust Building, Dallas, Texas, was born July 
23, 1865, in Elkton, Ky. He has received the degrees of B.S., 
M.S., LL.D. and his nredical degree from the college of phy- 
sicians and surgeons of Baltimore. He has made five trips 
to Europe, attending eye and ear clinics in London, Paris, 
Berlin and Vienna. He has taught mathematics, natural 
sience and astronomy in various schools and colleg-es. In 1903 
he organized and has since been dean and professor of 
ophthalmology in the Southwestern Unive(rsity Medical 
College. He is president of the Trust Building Company and 
a director in the Southland Life Insurance Company. 

MeSWEENEY, PATRICK E., Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Burlington, Vt., was born Feb. 24, 1862, in Glen 
Falls, N.Y. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Vermont. He is president of the Champlain 
Trust Company. 

McVEY, WILLIAM E., Physician of 612 Kansas Avenue, 
Topeka, Kan., was born in 1864. In 1888 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Medical College of Kansas City. He 
is editor of the Journal Kansas Medical Society. 

McWILLIAMS, CLARENCE ARTHUR, Surgeon of 32 
East Fifty-third Street, New York City, was born in 1870, 
in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surg-eons of New York 
City. He was assistant surgeon in the United States Armty 
hospital ship relief during the Spanish-American war. He is 
instructor in surgery at the College of Physicains and Sur- 
geons of the Trinity hospital. 

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MEANS, WILLIAM J., Physician of 715 North High 
Street, Columbus, Ohio, was born in 1853. In 1873 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Cincinnati College of 
Medicine. He is dean of the Starlin-Ohio Medical College. 

MEARA, FRANK SHERMAN, Educator and Physician 
of 400 West End Avenue, New York City, was born lit 
Salem, Mass. He received the degrees of A.B. and Ph.D. 
from Yale and in 1895 the degree of M.D. from the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. Since 1903 
he has been a teacher; and since 1909 professor of therap- 
eutics in Cornell University Medical College in Nqw York 
City. He is associate attending physician to St. Luke's hos- 
pital and other hospitals. 

MEDRICK, RAPHAEL FREDERICK, Insurance Official 
of Ball Street, Port Jervis, N.Y., was born Jan. 16, 1869, in 
Port Jervis, N.Y. In 1892 he received the degree of A.B. 
from Williams College; received the degrees of A.B. and 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania; and is a post- 
graduate of the New York Clinics. He is examiner in lunacy 
of New York State. He is examiner of the New York In- 
surance Company ; Provident Life and Trust Company ; John 
Hancock Life Insurance; Metropolitan Life Insurance; 
Michigan Mutual Life Insurance; and is president and dir- 
ector of The Nutley Heights Realty Company. He is a miem- 
ber of the Medical Association of the Greater City of New 
York; the Medical Society of the State of New York; and 
is a charter member of Williams Club and various other 
organizations. 

MEEKS, WILLIAM DEMARQUIS, Physician of Massius 
Mill's, Va., was born Sept. 15, 1860, in Nelson county, Va. 
In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. He is the author of 
a paper on Skin Coloring from Continued Use of Nitrate of 
Silver and other works. 

MELENDY, Mrs. MARY RIES, Physician and Author 
of 3815 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 27, 1841, 
in Switzerland. She is the author of Perfect Woman and 
other works. 

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MELTZER, SAMUEL JAMES, Physician of 13 West 
Twelfth Street, New York City, was born in 1851. In 1882 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ber- 
Hn, Germany. He is president of the Association of Amer- 
ican Physicians. 

MEMMINGER, ALLARD, Physician and Author of 34 
Montague Street, Charleston, S.C., was born Sept. 30, 1854, 
in Charleston, S.C. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of South Carolina. He has been 
state chemist of South Carolina. He is the author of Science 
in the Field and other works. 

MENDELSON, WALTER, Physician and Author of 159 
West Seventy-fourth Street, New York City, was born April 
9, 1857, in Philadelphia, Pa. He is Alumni Trustee of Colum- 
bia University. 

MERCER, ALFRED CLIFFORD, Physician and Author 
of 324 Montgomery Street, Syracuse, N.Y., was born July 
5, 1855, in Syracuse, N.Y. In 1878 he received the degree^ of 
M.D. from the American Eclectic Medical College. Since 
1904 he has been professor of pediatrics at Syracuse univer- 
sity. He is the author of An Experimental Study of Aperture 
as a Factor in Microscopic Vision and other works. 

MERRILL, CYRUS STRONG, Surgeon and Oculist of 
27 South Hawk Street, Albany, N.Y., was born Sept. 21, 
1874, in Bridgeport, Vt. In 1871 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. 

METCOFF, SAMUEL, Physician of 1140 Blue Island 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 16, 1879, in Russia. He 
is first vice-president of the West Side Physicians' Club; 
and is Medical Examineir for the Modern Woodmen. 

METTLER, LEE HARRISON, Physician and Author of 
25 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born June 1, 
1863, in New York City. In 1886 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is thei autlior 
of Treatise on Diseases of the Nervous System. 

MEYER, ALFRED, Physician and Educator of 785 
Madison Street, New York City, was born June 18, 1854, in 

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New York. Since 1910 he' has been clinical professor of med- 
icine in New York University and Bellevue Medical College. 

MEYER, WILLY, Surgeon of 700 Madison Avenue, New 
York City, was born July 24, 1858, in Germany. In 1890 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Bonn. 
In 1886-93 he was pi'ofessor of clinical surgery in the Wo-" 
man's Medical College of New York City ; and since 1887 has 
been professor of surgery in the New York post-graduate 
Medical School and Hospital; and attending physician to 
German Hospital. In 1887 he introduced eystoscopy into the 
United States ; and in 1897 was the first in the United States 
to perform Bottini's operation. Since 1908 he has been en- 
gaged in solving the problem.^ of thoracic suiyery. 

MEYERDING, HENRY W., Physician and Surgeon of 
Rochester, Minn., was born Sept. 5, 1884 in St. Paul, Minn. 
He received the degree of B.S. in 1907, and in 1909 the de- 
gree of M.D. from the University of Minnesota. He has been 
surgeon in the medical corps of the Minnesota National 
Guard. In 1908 he was interne at the state insane asylum; 
in 1909-10 he was interne at the city and county hospital, 
St. Paul, and in 1910-11 was house surgeon to St. Mary's 
hospital of Rochester. 

MEYLAN, GEORGE LOUIS, Physician and Educator of 
New York City, was born July 22, 1873 in Brasus, Switzer- 
land. Since 1903 he has been a professor in Columbia Uni-; 
versity; and since 1907 director of the White Mountain 
Camp for Boys. 

MICHEL, JAMES F., Physician, Real Estate Broker and 
Banker of Farmingdale, N.Y., was born April 14, 1865 in 
Syracuse, N.Y. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Syracuse University. He is vice-president of the First 
National bank of Farmingdale. 

MILBANK, WILLIAM EDWARD, Manufacturer Physi- 
cian and Sui'geon of 111 State Street, Albany, N.Y., was 
born Maich 8, 1841 in Coemans, N.Y. In 1872 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. He has 
been surgeon to the Albany Homoepathie hospital. 

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MILLER, ANSEL L, Physician of Brattleboro, Vt., was 
born in 1857. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is president of the Connecticut River Valley Medical 
Association. 

MILLER, ARTHUR WENZEL, Physician of 211 Lowry 
Building, St. Paul, Minn., was born Aug. 18, 1870 in Bush- 
nell, 111. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Minnesota. He is assistant bacteriologist to 
the Minnesota state board of health ; assistant health corrtr 
missioner to the city of St. Paul; and coroner to Ramsey, 
Minn. 

MILLER, CLIFTON MEREDITH, Physician and Scien- 
tist of 3 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va., was born April 
21, 1873 in Richmond, Va. In 1892 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia. He has been 
professor of anatomy and professor of otology and rhinology 
in that institution. Since 1913 he has been assistant surgeon 
to the United States Marine Hospital Service. He has been 
a member of the Richmond City Council. He has been presi- 
dent of the Richmond Academy of Medicine and Surgery; 
and is laryngologist, rhinologist and ophthalmologist to 
various hospitals. 

MILLER, DAYTON CLARENCE, Educator, Physicist 
and Author of Cleveland, Ohio, was born March 13, 1866 in 
Strongville, Ohio. Since 1893 he has been profesor of phy- 
sics in the Case applied scool of science. He is the author of 
Laboratory Physics. 

MILLER, EDGAR CALVIN LeROY, Physician of Rich- 
mond, Va., was born in 1867. In 1894 he received the degre^ 
of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is librarian of 
the Medical College of Virginia. 

MILLER, FRANK EBENEZER, Physician and Throat 
Specialist of 22 West Thirty-first Street, New York City, 
was born April 12, 1859 in Hartford, Conn. Since 1890 he 
has been laryngologist to the Metropolitan College of Music. 
In 1900 he wrote The Voice ; and invented a process of ^ero 
electrotomy for tonsils. 

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MILLER, JOSEPH LEGGETT, Physician of 122 South 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1867. In 1895 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Uni- 
versity Medical School. He is editor of the Archives of 
International Medicine. 

MILLER, ROBERT F., Physician of San Antonio, Texas, 
was born Jan. 9, 1866 in Gay Hill, Texas. In 1893 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Tulane University of Louisiana. 
He was educated at Austin College of Texas, the Hampden 
Sidney College of Virginia, the University of Texas, Tulane 
University and the University Berlin; and has received the 
degrees of C.L., A.B. and M.D. In 1906-11 he was chief 
oculist to the Frisco railway at St. Louis; and in 1903-07 
was major in the Medical Department of the Texas National 
Guard. In 1903-04 he was president of the North Texas 
Medical Association. 

MILLER, S. M., Physician and Surgeon of 507 Jefferson 
Building, Peoria, 111., was born Aug. 13, 1873. In 1899 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Univer- 
sity Medical School. He is president of the Peoria Associa- 
tion for the Prevention of Tuberculosis. 

MILLS, CHARLES KARSNER, Physician and Author 
of 1909 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Dec. 
4, 1845 near Philadelphia, Pa. In 1869 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Philadelphia. He has been 
president of the American Neurologist Association. 

MILLS, WALTER SANDS, Physician of 324 West 
Eighty-ninth Street, New York City, was born May 17, 1865 
in New York City. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York Homoepathic Medical College. He is 
attending physician to the Metropolitan hospital. 

MILNAMOW, JOHN T-, Physician of 4159 West Lake 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1855 in Cortland, 111. He is 
president of the attending staff at St. Ann's hospital. 

MINER, WARREN AUGUSTUS, Physician of 21 Spring 
Street, Ossining, N.Y., was born in 1853 in New York City. 
He entered Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. ; the 
New York University in 1882 ; received the degrees of M.D. 
and A.M. ; and is a post-graduate of the New York Eye aiid 



AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

Ear hospital. He is physician to Ossining hospital; is a 
member of Westchester County Medical Society ; New York 
State Society and the American Medical Association. 

MINOT, JAMES JACKSON, Physician of 188 Marlbor- 
ough Street, Boston, Mass., was born Oct. 11, 1852, in Bos- 
ton, Mass. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University Medical School. He is now physician of 
the Massachusetts genral hospital and of the Long Island 
hospital. 

MINTON, HENRY BREWSTER, Physician of 165 Jora- 
lem,on Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1866. In 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the New York Homoe- 
pathic Medical College. He is president of the State Board 
of Medical Examiners. 

MITCHELL, CLIFFORD, Physician, Scientist and Au- 
thor of 140 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 
28, 1854 in Nantucket, Mass. In 1878 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Chicago Homoepathic Medical College. He 
is the author of Diseases of the Urinany Organs and other 
works. 

MITCHELL, EDWIN WATERMAN, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 4 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born 
May 29, 1854 in Newark, Ohio. In 1882 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. He is pro- 
fessor of clinical medicine in the Medical Department of the 
University of Cincinnati. 

MITCHELL, LOUIS J., Physician of 29 East Madison 
Street, Chicago, 111. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago. He 
is editor of the Railway Surgical Journal. 

MITCHELL, PHILIP SIDNEY, Physician and Surgeon 
of Muskogee, Okla., was born Feb. 7, 1854 in Salem, Ky. In 
1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the Kentucky 
School of Medicine. Since 1896 he has been examiner for 
the Mutual Life Assurance Company. 

MITCHELL, WAYLAND, Physician and Banker of Lew- 
iston, N.C., was born Sept. 9, 1871, in Powellsville, N.C. In 
1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
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AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

MOFFITT, HERBERT CHARLES, Physician of 240 
Stockton Street, San Francisco, CaL, was born in 1868. In 
1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard Uni- 
versity Medical School. He is dean of the University of 
California, Medical Department. 

MONCURE, WILLIAM, Jr., Physician of Tucker Build- 
ing, Raleigh, N.C., was born in 1880. In 1902 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
dean of the Leonard Medical School. (Medical Department 
of Shaw University.) 

MONTGOMERY, EDWARD EMMET, Educator, Physi- 
cian and Author of 1426 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born May 15, 1849, in Newark, Ohio. In 1874 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of Practical Gynecology. 

MOODY, GEORGE H., Physician of 315 Brakenridge, 
San Antonio, Texas. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Tulane University of Louisiana. He is resident 
physician of Dr. Moody's Sanitarium. 

MOONEY, THOS. T., Physician of 98 Plymouth Avenue, 
Rochester, N.Y., was born in 1874. In 1896 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Faculty of Medicine Queens Uni- 
versity. He is president of the Association of Surgeons of 
the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway. 

MOORE, JAMES EDWARD, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1788 Fremont Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., was 
born March 2, 1852 in Clarksville, Pa. In 1873 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of Moore's Orthopedic Surgery and 
other works. 

MOORE, LUMAN GORDON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of Kinsman, Ohio, was born Feb. 16, 1849, in Kins- 
man, Ohio. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Long Island College Hospital. He is president of the Kins- 
man Banking Company. 

MOORE, MELVIN L., Physician of 356 South Spring 
Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in Lakeville, Ind. In 1880 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical Col- 

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leg^e. He is professor of obstetrics in the University of 
Southern Cahfornia. 

MOORE, RICHARD CHANNING, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Omaha, Neb., was born Nov. 25, 1841, in Quincy, 111. 
In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. from the North- 
western University Medical School. He is professor of mental 
diseases in the Omaha Medical College. 

MOORE, VERANUS ALVA, Physician, Educator and 
Author of Ithaca, N.Y., was born April 13, 1859, in Jefferson 
County, N.Y. In 1887 he received the degree of B.S. from 
Cornell University, and in 1890 the degree of M.D. from 
George Washington University. In 1895-96 he was chief 
division inspector of animal pathology and the bureau of 
animal industry in the United States Department of Agri- 
culture. He has been professor of comparative pathology, 
bacteriology and meat inspection of the New York State 
Veterinary College, and Cornell University; and since 1908 
has been director. He is a member of the Medical Associa- 
tion of America, the Association of Pathology and Bacteri- 
ology, Association of Tuberculosis, Veterinary Medical Asso- 
ciation, Association of Bacteriology, the American Medical 
Association, Public Health Association and the New York 
Medical Association. He has written articles on Tubercle in 
Milk, Bovine Tuberculosis, Fowl Typhoid, Diptheria in 
Chickens, Swine Plague, Rabies, Laboratory Methods and 
Apparatus; Pathology of Infections Diseases of Animals, 
Microbology, Bovine Tuberculosis an its Control and other 
works. 

MOOREHEAD, FREDERICK BROWN, Oral Surgeon of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Oct. 14, 
1875 in Mineral Point, Wis. He is dean and head of the 
Department of Oral Surgery and Pathology in the College 
of Dentistry of the University of Illinois ; assistant professor 
of surgery in Rush Medical College ; and oral surgeon to the 
Presbyterian hospital. He is a member of the University, 
Chicago Automobile, and Oak Country Clubs. 

MOREHOUSE, GUEL G., Physician of Owatonna, Minn., 
was born Oct. 27, 1876 in Owatonna, Minn. He was educated 

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in Owatonna High School, graduating in 1897; and in 1902 
received the degree of M.D. from the Bennett College of 
Medicine and Surgery of Chicago; attended the American 
College of Medicine and Surgery ; and for two years was an 
interne at Cook County hospital. Since 1904 he has been 
engaged in the practice of medicine at Owatonna; has been 
president of both high schc^ol and medical classes. In 1914- 
16 he was mayor of Owaton/iia. He is president of Owatonna 
Hotel Company; and is a member of and Adsit. He is a 
member of Masonic bodies and Zurah Shrine and Knights 
of Pithias. 

MOREMEN, JOHN S., Physician of 2414 Portland Ave- 
nue, Louisville, Ky., was born in 1865. In 1890 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. 
He is editor of the Medical Progress. 

MORGAN, ARTHUR C, Physician of 3118 Diamond 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1869. In 1897 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medico-Chirurgical Col- 
lege of Philadelphia. He is librarian of the Medico-Chirurg- 
ical College. 

MORRIS, CHRISTOPHER C, Physician of Garrison 
Avenue, corner of Franklin Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. In 1884 
he received the degree of M.D. from the State University of 
Missouri. He is chief surgeon of the St. Louis Baptist Hos- 
pital. 

MORRIS, JAMES CHESTON, Physician and Author of 
1514 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 28, 
1831. In 1854 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. He has been vice-president of the 
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. 

MORRIS, ROBERT NELSON, Physician and Surgeon of 
7 West Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born July 14, 1860 
in Reading, Mich. He was dean of the Hering Medical Col- 
lege of Chicago and vice-i^resident and professor of Practice 
in the Hering Medical College. 

MORRIS, ROBERT TUTTLE, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 616 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born 
May 14, 1857, in Seymour, Conn. In 1882 he received the 

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degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. In 1907 he was president of the Amer- 
ican Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He is 
the author of How We Treat Wounds To-Day and other 
works. 

MORRISON, NORMAH H., Physician and Surgeon of 
360 South Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1853 
in Missouri. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Kansas City Medical College. He has been Police Surgeon 
and Chief Surgeo of the Santa Fe Coast Line Hospital. He 
is now Chief Surgeon of the Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital 
Association. 

MORTON, HENRY H., Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 32 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 
1861, in Hoboken, N.J. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. frorm the Long Island College Hospital. He is the au- 
thor of A Medical Work. 

MORTON, ROSALIE SLAUGHTER, Physician, Educat- 
or and Lecturer of 701 Madison Avenue, Hotel Leonoui, New 
York City, was born Oct. 28, 1876 in Lynchburg, Va. Since 
1916 she has been adjunct professor of gynecology in the 
New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital ; and is a 
member of the lecture staff of the New York State Depart- 
ment of Health and New York City Department of Educa- 
tion. 

MOSER, WILLIAM, Physician and Author of Brooklyn, 
N.Y., was born Aug. 2, 1868 in New York City. In 1882 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Long Island College 
Hospital. He is physician to the German hospital. 

MOSHER, ELIZA MARIA, Physician and Author of 
Galen Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1846 in Cayuga 
County, N.Y. She graduated from Fried's Academy, Union 
Springs, N.Y. ; and in 1875 received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Michigan. She has been resident physician 
to Massachusetts Reformatory for Women, also superin- 
tendent; in 1883-86 associate professor of physiology and 
resident physician to Vassar College ; and in 1896-1902 pro- 
fessor of hygiene, Department of Literature, Science and 

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Arts, and women's dean at the University of Michigan. 
Since 1888 she has been a lecturer on physiology, at Chau- 
tauqua Summer School of Physical Education ; and in 1903- 
06 was a lecturer on hygiene at Adelphi College, Brooklyn. 
She is the author of Health and Happiness ; and is a member 
of the American Medical Association and American Public 
Health Association. 

MOSHER, HARRIS PEYTON, Physician of 828 Beacon 
Street, Boston, Mass., was born Oct. 21, 1867, in Woodfords, 
Maine. In 1892 he received the degree of A.B. from Harvard 
University; and in 1896 received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard Medical School. In 1896 he was house officer to the 
Massachusetts General Hospital ; in 1897 to the Boston 
Lying-in-Hospital; in 1898 was assistant surgeon of the 
United States Army; and is assistant in anatomy, otology 
laryngology to the Harvard Medical School. He is also as- 
sistant aural surgeon to the Massachusetts Charitable Eye 
and Ear Infirmary; and assistant physician of the Depart- 
ment for Diseases of the Throat and aural surgeon to Mass- 
achusetts General Hospital. He is a member of the American 
Medical Association, St. Botolph Club and various other 
medical associations and clubs. 

MOSHER, JESSE MONTGOMERY, Physician of 170 
Washington Avenue, Albany, N.Y., was born in 1864. In 
1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Albany Med- 
ical College. He is editor of the Albany Medical Annals. 

MOSS, EDWIN S., Physician and Banker of Williams- 
burg, Ky., was born Dec. 27, 1859 in Pineville, Ky. In 1881 
he received the degree of M.D. from Hospital College of 
Medicine of Louisville, Kentucky. He is president of the 
First National bank. 

MOITLDINC;, D. C, Physician of 440 South Dearborn 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 16, 1870, in Elburn, 111. 
He is president of the National White Cross League, and 
physician-in-charge of the Burr Oak Sanatorium, Wheaton, 
111. 

MOYER, HAROLD NICHOLAS, Physician and Surgeon 
of 4533 Ellis Avenue, Chicago., Ill, was born Aug. 14, 1858 

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in Canajoharie, N.Y. He was formerly major sargeon of the 
Second Regiment Illinois National Guard. 

MUDD, JOSEPH ALOYSIUS, Soldier, Physician and 
Author of Hyattsville, Md., was born Sept. 10, 1842 in Lin- 
coln county. Mo. In 1864 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Maryland. In 1861 he enlisted in the 
confederate army ; participated in several battles in Miss- 
ouri ; and in 1864 became assistant surgeon. He is the author 
of History of Lincoln County, Mo. ; With Porter in North 
Missouri ; and What I Saw at Wilson's Creek. 

MUDGE, MURRAY P., Physician of Middleport, N.Y., 
was born Feb. 14, 1870 in North Hartland, Niagara County, 
N.Y. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the Nia- 
gara University. He is health officer of the town of Hart- 
land, N.Y. 

MUIRHEAD, ARCHIBALD L., Physician of 2816 Pop- 
pleton Avenue, Omaha, Neb., was born in 1865. In 1893 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He is editor of the Western Medical Review. 

MUMFORD, JAMES GREGORY, Educator. Physician, 
Surgeon and Author of 29 Commonwealth Avenue, Clifton 
Springs, N.Y. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard I'niversity Medical School. 

MUNDY, WILLIAM NELSON, Physician of Forest, 
Ohio, was born May 7, 1860, in Jersey City, N.J. In 1893 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Col- 
lege. He is secretary of the State and also of the National 
Eclectic Medical Association. He is editor of the National 
Eclectic Medical Association Quarterly. 

MUNK, JOSEPH A., Physician of 33714 Hill Street, Los 
Angeles, Cal., was born in 1847. In 1869 he received the de- 
degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical College. He is dean 
of the California Eclectic Medical College. 

MUNSON, E., Optometrist and Optician of Phoenix, 
Ariz., was born April 28, 1875 in Donovan, 111. He is presi- 
dent of the Arizona Board of Examiners and Optometry. 

MUNSON, EDWARD LYMAN, Surgeon, Inventor and 
Author of Washington, D.C.. was born Dec. 27, 1868 in New 

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Haven, Conn. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard University Medical School. In 1898-1902 he 
was assistant to the surgeon-general of the United States 
Army. He is the author of Theory and Practice of Military 
Hygiene. 

MURDOCK, EZEKIEL PRICE, Soldier, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 1824 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 
111., was born Dec. 15, 1845 in Dearborn county, Ind. In 1880 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical Col- 
lege. He is United States examining surgeon for pensions. 
He is the author of Teratology. 

MURPHY, JOHN BENJAMIN, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1857. In 1908 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. 
He is president of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of 
North America. 

MURPHY, JOHN B., Physician and Inventor of 2526 
Calumet Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 21, 1857, in 
Appleton, Wis. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Rush Medical College. He is distinguished for the in- 
vention of the anastonnosis button, a valuable appliance for 
abdominal surgery. 

MURPHY, JOSEPH A., Physician of Washington, D.C., 
was born Nov. 23, 1878, in Washington, D.C. In 1905 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the George Washington 
University. He is medical supervisor in the United States 
Indian Service. 

MURPHY, MARION WASHINGTON, Physician and 
Banker of Ringgold, Ga., was born Nov. 24, 1862, in Grant- 
ville, Ga. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. fi-om the 
Atlanta Medical College. He is president of the bank of 
Ringgold. 

MURRAY, FRANK WISNER, Physician and Surgeon of 
32 West Thirty-ninth Street, New York City, was boi-n in 
1855 in Goshen, N.Y. He is attending surgeon to the New 
York Hospital; consulting surgeon to St. Luke's Hospital 
and New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; and Paul Kimball 
Hospital of Lakewood, N.J. 

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MURRAY, GRACE P., Journalist and Physician of 50 
West Forty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Oct. 16, 
1848, in KilHng-ly, Conn. In 1882 she i"eceived the degree of 
M.D. from the Woman's Medical College of New York Infir- 
mary. She is a journalist of the New York Medical Record. 

MUSGRAVE, WILLIAM E., Physician of General Hos- 
pital, Manila, R.L, was born in 1869. In 1901 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Columbian University. He is 
dean of the College of Medicine and Surgery, University of 
the Philippines. 

MUSGROVE, THOMAS WILLIAM, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Sultan, Wash., was born Nov. 4, 1841 in New Bruns- 
wick, Canada. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard University Medical College. For over half a 
century he has been identified with the temperance move- 
ments. He is the author of several medical articles. 

MYERS, ALBERT WILLIAM, Physician of 90 Lincoln 
Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., was born in 1872. In 1898 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is editor of the Wisconsin Medical Journal. 

NAGEL, JOSEPH DARWIN, Physician and Author of 
106 East Thirty-eighth Street, New York City, was born 
Nov. 20, 1867, in Hungary. He is consulting physician of the 
French Hospital. 

NAMMACK, CHARLES EDWARD, Physician and Ed- 
ucator of 42 East Twenty-ninth Street, New York City, was 
born June 24, 1856, in New York. He is visiting physician 
to Bellevue, St. Lawrence and St. Vincent's hospitals; and 
since 1898 has been professor of clinical medicine of Cornell 
University Medical College. 

NANCE, WILLIS O., Physician of 30 North Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born May 28, 1871 in Kewanee, 
111. He is surgeon to the Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary; 
and an alderman in the sixth ward in Chicago. 

NASON, WILLIAM ABBOT, Entomologist of Algon- 
quin, 111., was born June 21, 1841, in Hallowell, Maine. In 
1866 he received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern 
University; and the degrees of A.M. and M.A.A. from Wil- 

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liams College. He is a member of the Entomological Society, 
the Philadelphia Entomological Society, the Illinois Acad- 
emy, McHenry County Medical Association; and is past 
president of the Fox River Valley Medical Association. 

NAYLOR, JAMES BALL, Physician, Author and Poet 
of Malta, Ohio, was born Oct. 4, 1870, in Morgan county, 
Ohio. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Starling Medical College. He is the author of The Sign of 
the Prophet and other woi'ks. 

NEFF, GEORGE W., Physician and Banker of Mason- 
town, Pa., was born Dec. 9, 1854, in Masontown, Pa. In 1870 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical 
College. He is president of the First National bank. He has 
been a meml)er of the state legislature. 

NEISW ANGER, CHARLES SHERWOOD, Physician of 
22 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 14, 
1849 in St. Clairsville, Ohio. Since 1898 he has been engaged 
in the practice of medicine. He is the author of Suggestions 
in Electro-Therapeutics ; and is professor of General Electro- 
Therapeutics of the Illinois School of Electro-Therapeutics. 

NELLIS, CHARLES, Physician of Johnstown, N.Y., was 
born Jan. 13, 1860, in East Palatine, N.Y. In 1881 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Med- 
ical College. He is the author of The Treatment of Post 
Partum Haemorrhage and other medical works. 

NELSON, DANIEL THURBER, Physician of 2400 In- 
diana Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 16, 1839 in Mil- 
ford, Mass. He has practiced medicine in Chicago since 1865 ; 
and was professor of clinical Gynecology in the Rush Med- 
ical College. He is the inventor of several surgical instru- 
ments. 

NEUHAUS, GEORGE EMILE, Physician of East 
Twelfth Avenue, corner of Clermont Street, Denver, Colo., 
was born in 1866. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is physician 
in charge of the Mounty Airy Sanatorium. 

NEWBERRY, FREDERICK H., Physician of 1131 David 
Whitney Building, Detroit, Mich., was born March 22, 1878 

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in Michigan, In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Michigan. In 1913-15 he was first lieuten- 
ant in the Medical Reserve Corps of theUnited States Army. 

NEWMAN, DEWITT CLINTON, Physician of 326 Rook- 
ery Building, Spokane, Wash., was born Sept. 14, 1857 in 
Quincy, Ohio. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Starling Medical College. He is secretary and treasurer 
of the Washington Medical Society of Spokane County, 
Wash. 

NICHOLS, HENRY STRONG, Physician of 802 Corbett 
Building, Portland, Ore., was born in 1868. In 1895 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical 
College. He is president of the State Board of Medical 
Examiners of Oregon. 

NICHOLS, JOHN BENJAMIN, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1321 R.I. Avenue, Washington, D.C., was born in 
1867 in Cazenovia, N.Y. In 1891 he receivd the degree of 
M.D. from the Columbian University. He is the author of 
Clinical Laboratory Methods. 

NILES, WALTER LINDSAY, Physician of 56 East 
Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, was born Jan. 2, 1878 
in Lebanon, N.Y. In 1900 he attended Cornell University, 
held a State Scholarship, was elected to Sphinx Head; and 
in 1902 received the degree of M.D. from that University. 
In 1904-06 he was assistant physician to the Bellevue Out- 
Patient Department; and in 1904-08 to Cornell Dispensary 
and Lincoln Hospital. For ten years he was an instructor in 
medicine at Cornell University Medical College. He is as- 
sistant professor of clinical medicine at Cornell University 
Medical College ; and assistant attending physician to Belle- 
vue Hospital. He is a member of the New York Academy of 
Medicine, the American Medical Association, and the Phi 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity. He is also a member of Cornell 
University Club. 

NISBET, JAMES DOUGLAS, Physician and Author of 
34 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born July 30, 
1861, in Waxhaw, S.C. In 1886 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Louisville Medical College. He is the author 
of Diseases of the Stomach. 

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NISBET, WALTER OLIN, Physician of 612 Realty 
Building:, Charlotte, N.C., was born in 1866. In 1889 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of South 
Carolina. He is dean of the North Carolina Medical College. 

NOBLE, RICHARD JORDAN, Physician of Selma, N.C., 
was born in 1853. In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Kentucky School of Medicine. He is president of 
the Association of Southern Railway Surgeons. 

NOBLE, WILLIAM LINCOLN, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 23, 1860, in Russell, 
N.Y. Since 1888 he has practiced medicine in Chicago. His 
practice is limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. In 1916 
he was elected president of the Illinois State Medical Society. 

NOLTE, LEWIS GUSTAVUS, Educator, Physician and 
Surgeon of 747 Cass Street, Milwaukee, Wis., was bom Dec. 
19, 1862, in Milwaukee, Wis. In 1886 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is professor of surgery and clinical surgery 
in the medical department of Marquette University. 

NORBURY, FRANK PARSONS, Physician of Jackson- 
ville, III, was born Aug. 5, 1863, in Beardstown, 111. In 1888 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Lons Island College 
Hospital. He is the author of Value of Circumcision, and 
the Necessity of Modifying the Old Methods of Operating 
and other medical monographs. 

NORDLANDER, ANDERS GUSTAVUS E., Physician 
of Boulder, Colo., was born April 10, 1860, in Sweden. He 
attended the National Normal University of Ohio, Washing- 
ton College of Tennessee, the Northern Illinois College and 
in 1902 received the degree of M.D. from the Medical De- 
partment of the University of Louisville. He took post- 
graduate studies both in Europe and America; and took 
special courses in genito-urinai-y, venereal and cutaneous 
diseases in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and 
Hospital at Chicago. He has been county physician and 
health officer of Boulder County, Colo. ; and is now medical 
examiner for nearly all leading life insurance companies of 
the United States. He is a member of the Texas Ph^nna- 

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ceiitical Association, the American Miscroscopical Society, 
the Scandinavian Research Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, the Royal Swedish Medical Association of 
Sweden and various other medical associations and clubs. 

NORRIS, GEORGE WILLIAM, Physician and Author of 
1530 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Jan. 1, 1875 
in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is assistant pro- 
fesor of medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
the author of Studies in Cardiac Pathology. 

NORRIS, RICHARD COOPER, Physician and Author of 
500 North Twentieth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Nov. 9, 1863, in Havre de Grace, Md. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
the author of American Text-Book of Obstetrics and other 
works. 

NORTHRUP, WILLIAM PERRY, Physician of 57 East 
Seventy-ninth Street, New York City, was born Jan. 11, 1851 
in Peterboro, N.Y. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. He is a specialist in children's diseases and professor 
of diseases of children in the New York University and 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New York. He is also 
attending physician to the Presbyterian hospital of New 
York City; and is a constant contributor to medical and 
scientific publications. 

NORTON, ARTHUR RRIGHAM, Oculist and Author of 
30 East Fifty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Sept. 
15, 1856, in New Marlborough, Mass. He is the author of 
Ophthalmic Diseases and Thei'apeutics. 

NORTON, RUPERT, Physician of 1117 North Calvert 
Street, Baltimore, Md., was born in 1867. In 1893 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. He is editor of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin. 

NOVY, FREDERICK GEORGE, Physician of 721 Forest 
Avenue, Ann Arbor, Mich., was born Dec. 9, 1864, in Chi- 
cago, 111. He received the degrees of B.S., M.S., Sc.D. and 

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M.D. ; in 1888 attended the Hygienic Institute of Berlin ; in 
1894 the Pathological Institute, at Prague; and in 1897 at 
the Pasteur Institute, of Paris. He has been instructor of 
hygiene and physiological chemistry; assistant professor; 
junior professor in 1893-1902 ; since 1902 has been professor 
of bacteriology; and since 1909 has been director of hygienic 
laboratory at the University of Michigan. He is past member 
of the Michigan Board of Health ; and in 1901 United States 
Commissioner to Investigate the Bubonic Plague in Califor- 
nia. He has been president of the Society of Bacteriology; 
was corresponding member of the Philadelphia Pathological 
Society ; a member of the Physiological Society, the Society 
of Experimental Biology, the Association of Pathology and 
Bacteriology, the Michigan Medical Society and is honorary 
member of various medical societies and academies. He has 
written on various subjects such as: Chemistry of Bacteria; 
the Cultivation of Anerobes; New Anerobic Bacillus; Im- 
munizing Action of N.on-bacterial products; etiology of 
Diptheria, Yellow Fever and Plague; Formaldehyde and 
Sulphur Disinfection. — Organic Peroxids and various other 
works. 

NOYES, EDMUND, Dentist of 108 North State Street, 
Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 16, 1842 in Abington, Mass. He 
was secretary and president of the Chicago Dental Society. 
He is now editor for the Illinois State Dental Society ; and is 
professor of ethics and jurisprudence in the Northwestern 
University Dental School. 

O'BRIEN, MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER, Physician of 161 
West One Hundred and Twenty-second Street, New York 
City, was born Dec. 25, 1859 in Manhattanville, New York 
City. Since 1905 he has been clinical assistant in the Post- 
Graduate Medical School and Hospital, and a lecturer on 
medicine, and adjunct professoi- at Fordham University. He 
is past president of the Harlem Medical Association. 

OCHSNER, ALBERT .JOHN, Physician and Surgeon of 
2106 Sedgwick Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 3, 1858 
in Baraboo, Wis. He is the author of a Text Book of Clinical 
Surgery and other works. 

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OCHSNER, EDWARD H., Surgeon of 2038 Lane Court, 
Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 12, 1868 at Honey Creek, Wis. 
He is president of the Illinois State Charities Commission. 

O'GORMAN, FRANCIS MICHAEL, Physician and Au- 
thor of 1298 Jefferson Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born Sept. 
27, 1877, in Buffalo, N.Y. He is the author of Craimotomy 
and Abortion and other medical works. 

OHMANN-DUMESNIL, AMANT HENRY, Journalist, 
Physician and Author of 5 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo., 
was born Sept. 30, 1857 in Dubuque, Iowa. In 1880 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Louis Medical College. 
He is editor and proprietor of the St. Louis Medical and 
Surgical Journal. Since 1881 he has been a specialist in 
dermatology. He is the author of Hand-book of Dei^matology 
and other works. 

OLNEY, STEPHEN, Physician and Surgeon of Sioux 
Falls, S.D., was born March 2, 1846 in Warren, Pa. In 1868 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Western Reserve 
University. He has been state medical examiner. 

OPIE, EUGENE LINDSAY, Physician of 1806 Locust 
Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born in 1873. In 1897 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. He 
is dean of the Washington University Medical School. 

OPPENHEIM, NATHAN, Physician and Author of 50 
East Seventy-ninth Street, New York City, was born Oct. 
17, 1865 in Albany, N.Y. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is the author of Care of the Child in Health 
and other works. 

ORR, HENRY D., Physician of 5 South Wabash Avenue, 
Chicago, 111., was born in 1877 in Ohio. He is major of the 
Medical Corps of the Illinois National Guard, assigned to 
the First Cavalry. 

ORR, WILLIAM P. Jr., Physician of Lewes, Del., was 
born in 1857. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of the State 
Board of Health and Delaware State Medical Society. 

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OSTROM, LOUIS, Physician and Oculist of 304 People's 
National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111., was born May 1, 
1874, in Sweden. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Missouri Medical College. He is oculist to the 
Chicago, Rock Island and Peoria railroad. 

OTIS, EDWARD OSGOOD, Physician of 301 Beacon 
Street, Boston, Mass., was born Oct. 29, 1848, in Rye, N.H. 
In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard 
University. His specialty is diseases of the lungs and climat- 
ology. He founded the tuberculosis department of the Bos- 
ton Dispensary; and is its senior physician. He has been 
president of the American Climatological Association; and 
president of the Boston Association for the relief and con- 
trol of tuberculosis. 

OTT, ISAAC, Physician, Physiologist and Author of 18 
North Fourth Street, Easton, Pa., was born Nov. 30, 1847 
in Northampton county. Pa. In 1869 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1894 he 
has been professor of physiology at the Medico-Chirurgical 
College of Philadelphia, Pa. He is the author of Action of 
Medicines and other works. 

OVERALL, GEORGE WHITTFIELD, Physician and 
Author of 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born 
Dec. 31, 1849 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. In 1875 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is the 
author of Non-surgical Treatise and Diseases of the Prostate 
Gland and Adnexa. 

OVERMEYER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Physician and 
Banker of Leiter's Ford, Ind., was born March 27, 1856 in 
Lindsey, Ohio. He is president of the Leiter's Ford bank. 

OVERMEYER, GEORGE WILLIAM, Physician and 
Surgeon of Raymond. Wash., was born Jan. 7, 1863, in 
Tulaski county, Ind. He is president of the Willapa Harbor 
Hospital and School for Nurses. 

PACKARD, FRANCIS B., Physician and Author of 302 
South Ninteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born March 
23, 1870 in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1892 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1901-06 he 

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was editor of the Am/erican Journal of the Medical Sciences. 
He is the author of History of Medicine in America. 

PADELFORD, CHARLES EUGENE, Physician of 
Canandaigua, N.Y, was born Sept. 20, 1869, in Canandaigua, 
N.Y. He was educated in the Canandaigua High School and 
Academy; in 1905 graduated from the University of Buf- 
falo; licensed to practice in New York the same year and 
received the degree of M.D. He is corner and health officer 
of his city. He is a member of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, the New York State and Orleans County Society. 

PADEN, CHARLES M., Physician of 25 East Washing- 
ton Street, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 6, 1863 in Camden, 
Ind. He is' an anesthetizing speciahst; and is president of 
the Lake Shore Sanitarium. 

PAGE, CHARLES EDWARD, Soldier, Physician and 
Author of 120 Fremont Street, Boston, Mass., was born Feb. 
23, 1840, in Norridgewock, Maine. He is the author of Hqw 
to Treat the Baby and other works. 

PAGE, HENRY, Army Surgeon of 14 Springdale Road, 
Atlanta, Ga., was born Sept. 1, 1870, in Princess Anne, Md. 
In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. In 1894-96 he was resident physician of the 
Chilren's Hospital of Philadelphia, Pa. He is army surgeon- 
director of Instruction of Militia of various states. 

PAINE, ARTHUR RICHARDS, Physician of 379 Wash- 
ington Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in Holden, Mass. 
In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is president 
of the professional staff of the Brooklyn hospital. 

PAINE, NATHANIEL EMMONS, Physician, Neurologist 
and Inventor of West Newton, Mass., was born July 14, 1853 
in New Hartford, N.Y. In 1875 he received the degree of 
M.D. from, the Albany Medical College. He has been super- 
intendent of the Westborough Insane hospital of Westbor- 
ough, Mass. 

PAINTER, CHARLES FAIRBANK, Physician of 372 
Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass. In 1895 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Harvard University. He is editor of 
the American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery. 

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PALMER, ARTHUR H., Physician of Pasadena, Cal., 
was born in 1857 in Brooklyn, Pa. He is past president of 
the Southern Cahfornia Dental Association. 

PALMER, ARTHUR WORRALL, Physician of 162 West 
Fifty-fourth Street, New York City, was born in 1862. In 
1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the New York 
Homcepathic Medical College. He is editor of the Journal of 
Ophthalmology, Otology and Laryngology. 

PALMER, CHAUNCEY D., Gynecologist and Author of 
3529 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, was bom Sept. 18, 
1839, in Zanesville, Ohio. In 1862 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. Since 1870 he has 
been professor of obstetrics at the Medical College of Ohio. 

PALMER, HAROLD L-, Physicia of Utica State Hospi- 
tal, Utica, N.Y., was born in 1865. In 1890 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He is librarian of the Utica State Hos- 
pital. 

PALMER, JARRETT WILLIAM, Physician of Ailey, 
Ga., was born in 1874. In 1899 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Maryland Medical College. He holds a fellowship 
in the American Medical Association. He is president of the 
State Board of Medical Examiners; and president of the 
Medical Association of Georgia. 

PALMER, JOHN, Jr., Physician of 1900 Delaware Ave- 
nue, Wilmington, Del. In 1882 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of 
the Baltimore and Ohio Association of Railway Surgeons. 

PALMER, LORING B-, Physician of 781/2 South Broad 
Street, Atlanta, Ga. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is president of the 
Tri-State Medical Association of Colored Physicians, Den- 
tists and Pharmacists of Alabama, Florida and Georgia. 

PALOK, JOHN OSBORN, Surgeon and Educator of 287 
Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1870 in Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. He is professor of obstetrics and gynecology in 
the Long Island College hospital and Dartmouth Medical 
College; obstetrician to the Methodist Episcopal hospital; 
and consulting gynecologist to various hospitals. 

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PANTZER, HUGO OTTO, Surgeon and Educator of 7601 

Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Ind., was born June 
9, 1858, in Sheboygan, Wis, He was educated at Milwaukee 
University, Medical College of Indiana; and at universities 
of Strassburg, Munich, Wurzburg, Berlin, Vienna, Paris and 
London. He has been professor of surgery, pathology and 
clinical gynecology to the Central College of Physicians and 
Surgeons; professor of clinical gynecology at the Medical 
College of Indiana ; is now president and dean of the Depart- 
ments of Hygiene, Anatomy and Physiology of the Normal 
School of Gymnastic Teachers. He is a member of the 
American Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pan- 
American Medical Association, International Medical Asso- 
ciation and Marion County Medical Society. He is gynaecol- 
ogist to Indianapolis City Hospital and Dispensary ; and has 
a private sanitarium for Operative Surgery and Diseases of 
Women. 

PAQUIN, PAUL, Physician and Author of 29 Haywood 
Street, Asheville, N.C., was born June 23, 1860, in Canada. 
In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Missouri. He is superintendent of the Oakland Heights 
Sanitarium of Asheville. He is the author of The Supreme 
Passions of Man and other works. 

PARDEE, GEORGE COOPER, Physician and Statesman 
of 1206 Broadway, Oakland, Cal., was born July 25, 1858, 
in San Francisco, Cal. In 1885 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Leipzig. In 1903-07 he was 
governer of the state of California. 

PARENT, JOSEPH SWEETMAN, Physician of Galway 
Valley, N.Y., was born Sept. 10, 1861, in the Town of Charl- 
ton, Saratoga County, N.Y. He was educated in the public 
schools and at Charlton Academy. In 1886 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. He took a 
post-graduate course at the New York Post-Graduate Med- 
ical School. He has been health officer of the town of Charl- 
ton for several years; and has been health officer of the 
town and village of Galway for four years. He is a member 
of Saratoga County Medical Society, New York State Med- 

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ical Society, American Medical Association and other organ- 
izations. 

PARK, WILLIAM HALLOCK, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 315 West Seventy-sexth Street, New York City, 
was born in 1863 in New York City. In 1886 he received thel 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He is professor of bacteriology and 
hygiene at the University of New York. He is the author of 
Pathogenic Micro-organisms. 

PARKER, EDWARD FROST, Educator and Physician 
of 70 Hassell Street, S.C, was born Dec. 16, 1867, in Charl- 
eston, S.C. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of South Carolina. He is professor of diseases 
of the eye and ear in the medical college of the state of 
South Carolina. 

PARKER, IVAN BRYAN, Physician, Surgeon and Bank- 
er of Hill City, Kan., was born July 11, 1871, in Iowa. In 
1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
Medical College. He is president of the Graham. County 
State bank. 

PARKER, JAMES HENRY, Soldier, Physician, Mer- 
chant and Banker of 18 East Sixty-ninth Street, New York 
City, was born Jan. 4, 1843, in Johnston county, N.C. In 
1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the St. Louis 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1891 he was made 
president of the United States National bank. 

PARKER, JASON SAMUEL, Physician of 12 Church 
Street, White Plains, N.Y., was born April 18, 1879, in 
Lyons, N.Y. In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Fordham University. He was educated at the Lyons 
High School; and received the degree of M.D. from the 
Cornell University Medical School. He is captain in the 
medical corps of the New York National Guard ; and attend- 
ing surgeon to the White Plains city hospital. 

PARKES, CHARLES HERBERT, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1872. In 1897 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. f)om the Rush Medical College. 
He is editor of the Bulletin of the Chicago Medical Society. 

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PARKKR, JOHN RAINKY, Physician of Goldsboro, N. 
C, was born in 1877. In 1901 ho received the de^nee of M.D. 
from the University CollcKO of Medicine of Richmond, Va. 
He is president of the Seaboard Medical Association of 
Vij'^rinia and North Carolina. 

PARKS, liRODIE W., Physician and Banker of Bourbon, 
Ind., was born Nov. '27, ISfjl, in Bourbon, Ind. In 1876 he 
received the (\i\\fY(i(i of M.D. f»om the Paish Medical College. 
He is president of the Bourl)on Bankinj^ Company. 

PARSONS, FRANK SKARS, Physician and Author of 
367 Adams Street, Doichester, Mass., was born Dec. 21, 
1862, in Northampton, Mass. In 1886 he received the decree 
of M.D. from the New York University. He is the author of 
Infant Dress and Pleurisy and other works. 

PARKKR, .JOSEPH BENSON, Physician of 4425 Spruce 
Street, Philadel[)hia, Pa., was born in 1841. He became med- 
ical director in the medical corps of the United States Navy, 
with the rank of jear admiral, now retired. 

PARTRH)(;E, EDWARD LASEL, Physician and Author 
of 10 Fifth Avenue, New York City, was born Sept. 27, 1853, 
in Newton, Mass. In 1875 he received the decree of M.D. 
from the Colle;?e of Physicians and Surg'cons of New York 
City. He has been visiting' physician to the New York hos- 
pital. H(! is the author of Manual of Obsteti'ics. 

PATCH, FRANK WALLACE, Physician of Woodside 
Cottages, Framin^ham, Mass., was born March 22, 1862. in 
Wayland, Mass. In 1888 he received the de^'ree of M.D. frorri 
the Boston Univei'sity School of Medicine. He has l)een pres- 
ident of the Framing'ham Improvement Association. 

PATCHEN, (;E0R(;E henry. Physician and Author 
of 13 Central Park West, N.Y., was born Sept. 27, 1845, in 
Beaver Dam, N.Y. He jjraduated fj-om the New York 
Homa'pathic College; and has attained success in the prac- 
tice of his profession in New York City. He is the authoi' of 
How Should We Bieathe; The Chiropractic Idea; and num- 
erous other medical monographs. 

PATERSON, EVARARD W. E., Physician of 45 Monroe 
Avenue, Crand Tlapids, Mich., was born June 13, 1870, in 
1914-15; is I'esident fellow of the New York Academy of 

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Linwood, Ontario, Canada. In 1907 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Grand Rapids Medical College. He has 
attained prominence as a successful physician ; and has held 
several positions of trust and honor. He is a member of the 
American Society, the South Western Michigan Triological 
Society, and various other societies and associations. 

PATON, STEWART, Physician, Surgeon and Author of 
Princeton, N.J., was born in 1865 in New York City. In 1889 
he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of New York City. He is the author of 
Text-book on Psychiatry for Use of Students and Practi- 
tioners of Medicines. 

PATRICK, HUGH TALBOT, Physician, Neurologist and 
Author of 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was 
born in 1860 in New Philadelphia, Ohio. In 1884 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of Disorders of Sleep and other works. 

PATTON, JOSEP McINTYRE, Physician and Author of 
108 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1860 in 
Ralston, Pa. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the New York University. Since 1891 he has been i)rorcssor 
of diseases of the chest at Chicago Polyclinic. He is the 
author of Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Heart, Lungs 
and Pleura. 

PAUL, GEORGE PHILIP, Physician and Author of 
Round Lake, N.Y., was born Nov. 11, 1879, in Troy, N.Y. 
In 1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue 
Hospital Medical College. He is the author of Nursing in the 
Acute Infections Fevers. 

PAUL, WILLARD AlKJUSTUS, Physician and Author 
of 48 Charlotte Street, Dorchester, Mass., was born July 19, 
1855, in Patkman, Maine. In 1881 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is the au- 
thor of My Symphony and other works. 

PEARSON, CHARLES B., Physician of Hillsdale, Md., 
was born in 1863. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. He is proprietor of the 
Pearson Home. 

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PEASE, CLIFFORD A., Physician of 301 College Street, 
Burlington, Vt., was born in 1872. In 1888 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
president of the New York and New England Railway Sur- 
geons Association. 

PEASE, CHARLES GIFFIN, Physician, Dentist and 
Lecturer of 101 West Seventy-second Street, New York 
City, was born Dec. 4, 1854, in New York City. In 1891 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the New York Homoepathic 
Medical College. He is president of the Non-Smoker's Pro- 
tective League of America. 

PECK, ROBERT ELLSWORTH, Physician of 62 Park 
Street, New Haven, Conn., was born Nov. 8, 1866, in New* 
Haven, Conn. He was educated at the Sheffield Scientific 
School ; at Yale University in 1890 ; in 1893 received the 
degree of M.D. from Yale Medical School ; and did postgrad- 
uate work in New York Hospitals. Since 1894 he has prac- 
ticed in New Haven, and specializes in nervous and mental 
diseases. In 1894-1907 he was attending physician to New 
Haven Dispensary ; in 1898-1907 chief of the neurological 
clinic of that dispensary; and in 1895-1907 was medical 
attendant to the New Haven County Jail. Since 1894 he 
has been clinical assistant; and since 1898 instructor of 
neurology in the Yale Medical School. He is also physician- 
in-charge of the Peck Sanatorium, at Woodmont, Conn. ; and 
of the Elm City Private Hospital, at New Haven, Conn. He 
is a member of the Connecticut State, New Haven County, 
New Haven and American Medical Associations; is also a 
member of the Graduates Club. 

PEERS, ROBERT A., Physician and Surgeon of Colfax, 
Cal. He is president of the California Association for the 
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. 

PENCE, CLYDE D., Physician of 3338 Ogden Avenue, 
Chicago, 111., was born in 1868. He is editor and publisher 
of the Illinois Medical Journal. 

PENROSE, CHARLES BINGHAM, Surgeon and Author 
of 1720 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Feb. 1, 
1862, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1884 he received the degree of 

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M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author 
of Text Book of Diseases of Women, 

PEPPER, WILLIAM, Physician of University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1874. In 1897 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is dean of the University of Pennsylvania, 
School of Medicine. 

PERKINS, WILLIAM MARTIN, Physician of 830 Canal 
Street, New Orleans, La., was born in 1873. In 1897 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Tulane University of 
Louisiana. He is editor of the Bulletin State Board of Health. 

PERRONE, ETTORE F., Physician and Surgeon of 40 
Washington Square, New York City, was born in Vaccarizzo, 
Albanese, Italy. He was educated in the University of Italy ; 
graduated in 1902 with the degree of M.D. ; and was licensed 
to practice in New York State in 1905. He was appointed 
surgeon of the Italian Army and served two years. He is 
now attending physician to the New York Dispensary. He is 
a member of the American Medical Association, the New 
York State and County Medical Societies, New York Phy- 
sicians Association and the New York Academy of Medicine. 

PERROW, MOSBY GARLAND, Bacteriologist and 
Scientists of Lynchburg, Va., was born Sept. 20, 1876, in 
in Campbell county, Va. He has received the degrees of A.B., 
A.M., and Ph.D. Since 1906 he has been city chemist and 
bacteriologist; and since 1910 health officer of Lynchburg. 
He has made extensive researches in the chemistry and 
bacteriology of milk and water. 

PERSHING, HOWELL T., Educator, Physician, Scientist 
and Authoi- of 1169 Race Street, Denver, Colo., was born 
March 18, 1858, in Johnstown, Pa. In 1883 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
the author of The Disorders of Speech and other works. 

PERSONS, ELI SHERIDAN, Physician and Health Of- 
ficer of Gilboa, N.Y., was born May 7, 1867, in Prattsville, 
N.Y. He is health officer of the towns of Blenheim and 
Comesville, N.Y. 

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PETERSON, FREDERICK, Physician of 20 West Fif- 
tieth Street, New York City, was born March 1, 1859, in 
Faribault, Minn. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Buffalo. In 1888-1903 he was chief 
of clinic in the department for nervous diseases of Columbia 
University, In 1899-1900 he was president of the New York 
Neurological Society; and in 1901-04 was president of the 
New York State Commission of Lunacy. He is part author 
of Peterson and Haine's American Text-book of Legal Med- 
icine, in two volumes. 

PFAHLER, GEORGE E., Physician of 1321 Spruce 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1874. In 1898 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Temple University. He 
is president of the American Electro-Therapeutics Associ- 
ation. 

PHELPS, ALONZO S., Physician, Surgeon and Public 
Official of Martinsville, 111., was born in 1872 in Delaware, 
Iowa. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Hahnemann Medical College. In 1905-07 he was mayor of 
Martinsville, 111. 

PHILLIPS, CORNELIUS J., Physician of 301 West Gar- 
field Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 13, 1857, in 
Wyocena, Wis. He is a member of the staff of St. Bernard's 
hospital. 

PHILLIPS, JOHN K, Physician of Westinghouse Build- 
ing, Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1883 he received the degi-ee of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He is colonel in the 
Medical Department of the United States Army. 

PHILLIPS, RICHARD JONES, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 123 South Thirty-ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born May 30, 1861, in Chester county. Pa. In 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He has been adjunct professor of diseases of the eye 
at the Philadelphia Polyclinic. He is the author of Spectacles 
and Eye Glasses. 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL C, Physician and Surgeon of 40 
West Forty-seventh Street, New York City, was born June 
9, 1857, in Hammond, N.Y. He is aural surgeon of the Man- 
hattan Eye and Ear Hospital. 

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I^ICKARD, JOHN EVERITT, Physician and Surgeon of 
Reno, Nev., was born July 14, 1856, in Thamesvile, Ontario, 
Canada. He is medical examiner for the Germania Life 
Insurance Company and other corporations. 

PIERCE, EUGENE BENNETT, Physician and Surgeon 
of Howell, Mich., was born Sept. 2, 1875, in Putney, Vt. In 
1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Michigan. He is superintendent of the Michigan State San- 
atorium for Tuberculosis. 

PIERCE, NORVAL H., Physician of 22 East Washington 
Street, Chicago, III, was born May 13, 1863, in Washington, 
D.C. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the College 
of Physicains and Surgeons; and later took post-graduate 
courses at Wurzburg Bavaria, and Vienna, Austria. He was 
passed assistant surgeon in the United States Navy during 
the Spanish-American war. He is now professor and head 
of the department of otology, laryngology and rhinology in 
the Medical College of the University of Illinois ; surgeon in 
the ear department of the Illinois State Charitable Eye and 
Ear Infirmary ; member of attending staff in the department 
of diseases of nose and throat at St. Luke's Hospital, Michael 
Reese Hospital and Passavant Memorial Hospital. He has 
been professor of otology at the Chicago Post-Graduate 
School ; and later at the Chicago Polyclinic. He is a member 
of the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States Army; 
one of the governors of the American College of Surgeons ; 
member of the Chicago Institute of Medicine ; the American 
Medical Association; and the American Otological Associ- 
ation. 

PIERCE, VALENTINE MOTT, Physician and Manufac- 
turer of 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y. In 1891 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. He was 
formerly president of the Proprietary Association of Amer- 
ica ; and is now president of the World's Dispensary Medical 
Association at Buffalo. He is also president of the Pierce 
Glass Company, president of the Pierce Natural Glass Com- 
pany and other coi-porations. 

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PIERSOL, GEORGE MORRIS, Physician of 1927 Chest- 
nut Sti-eet, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1880. In 1905 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is editor of the American Journal Medical 
Sciences. 

PIERSON, HERMON WILFRIED, Physician of 116 
South Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born July 14, 
1856, in Mecca, Ohio. He was professor of Materia Medica 
in the Hering Medical College. He is now president of the 
Telegraph Mining Syndicate ; and is secretary of the Florida 
Key's Sponge and Fruit Company. 

PIERSON, WILLIAM HORTON, Physician and Surgeon, 
of 101 McDonough Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 
Smith ville, N.Y. He was educated in the public high schools ; 
in 1883 graduated from the New York Homoepathic College 
and received the degree of M.D. He is a physician to Ward's 
Island Hospital and vice-president of the Medical Board of 
that hospital; is medical director and lecturer to nurses at 
Bethesda Sanitarium. He is a member of Kings County 
Medical Society, State and American Institution of Homce- 
pathy, Brooklyn Medical Club, Hospital Surgeons' Associa- 
tion, Physicians Association of Long Island; also the Union 
League Club. 

PIERSON, WILLIAM MORRIS, Physician and Banker 
of Fountaintown, Ind., was born Aug. 10, 1850, in Green- 
field, Ind. He is president of the Union State bank. 

PIFFARD, HENRY GRANGER, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 256 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, 
was born Sept. 10, 1842, in Piffard, N.Y. He is consulting 
surgeon to the City hospital. He is the author of Diseases 
of the Skin. 

PILCHER, LEWIS STEPHEN, Surgeon and Author of 
145 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born July 28, 1845, 
in Adrian, Mich. In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. In 1885-95 he was pro- 
fessor of surgery at the New York Post-Graduate Medical 
School. He is the author of a Book on Treatment of Wo.unds ; 
and other works. 

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PILGRIM, CHARLES W., Physician and State Superin- 
tendent of Poiig-hkeepsie, N.Y., was born March 27, 1855, 
in Monroe, N.Y. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. In 1893-1906 he was 
medical superintendent of the Hudson River State Hospital, 
in 1906 was president of the State Commission in Lunacy, 
and the returned to his former position of superintendent of 
the Hudson River State Hospital in Poughkeepsie. He has 
been president of the American Medical Psychological So- 
ciety. 

PINARD, PHILLIP H. A., Physician and Surgeon of 
Jefferson, S.D., was born Oct, 17, 1851, in Canada. In 1887 
he received the degree of M.D. from the St. Louis College 
of Physicans and Surgeons. He is a member of the Sioux 
Valley Medical Association and a member of the State Med- 
ical Society of South Dakota. 

PINKHAM, JOSEPH GURNEY, Physician and Banker 
of 64 Nahant Street, Lynn, Mass., was born Oct. 20, 1839, 
in West Gardiner, Maine. In 1866 he received the degree of 
M.D. from Long Island College Hospital. He is president of 
the Commonwealth Savings bank. 

PINNER, ZACHARY TAYLOR, Physician and Banker 
of Pomaria, S.C., was born June 2, 1878, in Arden, N.C. In 
1905 he received the degree of M.D, from the Chattanooga 
Medical School. He is president of the bank of Pomaria ; and 
has been mayor of his city. 

PLECKER, JAMES HENRY, Physician and Surgeon of 
5469 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born April 
4, 1842, in Harrisonburg, Va. He served three years in the 
Civil War, Since 1876 he has practiced medicine in Chicago. 

PLUMMER, SAMUEL C, Surgeon of 25 East Washing- 
ton Street, Chicago, 111,, was born April 27, 1865, in Rock 
Island, 111. He is chief surgeon of the Chicago, Rock Island 
and Pacific Railway; and attending surgeon to St. Luke's 
Hospital, 

PLUMMER, WILLIAM WARD, Physician and Surgeon 
of 523 Franklin Street, New York City, was born in Dec, 
1876, in Buffalo, N.Y. In 1902 he received the degree of M. 

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D. from the University of Buffalo. He is orthopedic surgeon 
to the Buffalo General Hospital, the Children's Hospital and 
surgeon to the Erie County Hospital. He is the author of 
numerous papers on Orthopedic Surgery. 

POER, JOHN M., Physician of West Point, Ga. In 1898 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Atlanta Medical 
College. He is president of the Chattahoochee Valley Med- 
ical and Surgical Association. 

POHLY, ALBERT G., Physician and Author of 640 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born July 1, 1869, 
in Germany. He is the author of Ulcers of the Throat and 
other medical monographs. 

POLLITZER, SIGMUND, Physician, Dermatologist and 
Author of 1 West Seventieth Street, New York City, was 
born June 12, 1859, on Staten Island, N.Y, He has received 
the degrees of B.A., M.A., and in 1884 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He spent four y^ars in medical work in 
Heidelberg, Berlin and Vienna. In 1885-86 he was surgeon, 
with the rank of major, in the Servian-Bulgarian war. Since 
1890 he has been engaged in the special practice of derma- 
tology. In 1914-15 he was president of the American Derma- 
tological Association. He is the author of about seventy-five 
papers on subjects in the field of physiology and derma- 
tology. 

POOL, EUGENE HILLHOUSE, Physician of 107 East 
Sixtieth Street, New York City, was born in New York City. 
He graduated from Harvard in 1895 and received the degree 
of A.B., and in 1899 received the degree of M.D. from Col- 
umbia LTniversity. He engaged in the practice of medicine 
in New York City, and is a well known physician. He is 
interested in the business and public affairs of his city. He 
is a membei' of the Society of Colonial Wars ; and is also a 
member of the University, Harvard, Union, Century and 
Apawamis Clubs. 

POPE, JOHN HUNTER, Physician and Author of Mar- 
shall, Texas, was born Feb. 12, 1845, in Washington, Ga. 
In 1874-75 he was secretary of the Harrison County Medical 

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Association; and in 1879-80 was president of the Texas 
State Medical Association. He is the author of a History of 
Epidemic of Yellow Fever at Marshall, Texas; and Report 
on the Science and Progress of Medicine. 

PORTER, EUGENE HOFFMAN, Sanitarium and Med- 
ical Editor of Upper Lisle, Broom county, N.Y., was born 
Aug. 7, 1856, in Ghent, N.Y. In 1885 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the New York Homcepathic Medical College. 
Since 1905 has been New York state commissioner of health ; 
and since 1897 manager of the State Insane Hospital. Since 
1902 he has been editor-in-chief of the North American 
Journal of Homoepathy. He is president of several business 
organizations; and has large farming, dairying and cream- 
ery interests. 

PORTER, JOHN LINCOLN, Surgeon of 8 West Madison 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1864, in Alstead, N.H. He 
received the degree of M.D. from the Northwestern Univer- 
sity in 1894. Fi-om 1894-6 he was resident physician at St. 
Luke's Hospital; and from 1896-1900 was an instructor in 
the Medical School of the Northwestern University. He is 
now attending sui'geon to St. Luke's Hospital ; and professor 
of orthopedic suigery in the Medical Department of the 
University of Illinois. 

PORTER, JOSEPH GATES, Physician and Surgeon of 
Jacksonville, Fla., was born Oct. 21, 1847, in Key West, Fla. 
Since 1889 he has been state health officer of Florida. 

PORTER, WILLIAM EVELYN, Physician of 34 Nassau 
Street, New York City, was born in Hartford, Conn.; s. 
William and Julia I. Porter. He studied abroad and subse- 
quently entered Harvai'd University for his academic course, 
and later the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City, foi- the course in medicine. He se.vved as an 
interne at Bellevue Hospital and lectured on gynecology at 
the New Yoik Polyclinic for foui'teen years. He is consulting 
gynecologist to the Manhattan State Hospital. He is a 
member of the Association of Life Insurance Medical 
Directors of America, of which he served as president in 
1914-15; is resident fellow of the New York Academy of 

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Medicine ; member of the American Medical Association ; the 
New York State Medical Society; the New York County- 
Medical Society; the Society of the Alumni of Bellevue 
Hospital and the Physicians' Mutual Aid Association. He is 
also a member of the Harvard, New York Athletic, Columbia 
Yacht Clubs and of the Bankers Club of America. 

PORTER, WnXIAM HENRY, Physician and Author of 
46 West Eighty- third Street, New York City, was born Sept. 
4, 1853, in New York City. He is a pathologist to the North- 
eastern Dispensary, and attending physician to the New 
York Post-Graduate Hospital. He is the author of Renal 
Diseases and Urinary Analysis ; and a contributor to medical 
journals. 

PORTER, Wn.LIAM TOWNSEND, Educator, Physiol- 
ogist and Author of Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 24, 1862, 
in Plymouth, Ohio. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Washington University. Since 1906 he has been 
professor of physiology at Harvard University. He is the 
author of Introduction to Physiology. 

POSEY, WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Physician and Author 
of 2049 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born July 5, 
1866, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1889 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author 
of The Eye and Nervous System and other works. 

POST, M. HAYWARD, Physician of 520-533 Metropolitan 
Building, St. Louis, Mo., was born in 1851. In 1877 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the St. Louis Medical Col- 
lege. He is president of the American Ophthalmological 
Society. 

POSTLEWAIT, JOHN ARTHUR, Physician and Banker 
of Tarkio, Mo., was born in 1850 in Norwood, 111. nl 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical 
College. He is president of the Farmers' bank. 

POTTENGER, FRANCIS MARION, Physician of Mon- 
rovia, Cal, was born Sept. 27, 1869, in Slater, Ohio. He was 
educated in the public schools and college of his native city ; 
and has received the degree of A.M., M.D. and LL.D. He is 
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of the lungs and throat. He has been president of the 
Southern CaHfornia Medical Association and is a member of 
other organizations. 

POTTER, EVAN STYLES, Physician and Surgeon of 
223 West Seventy-ninth Street, New York City, was born 
July 30, 1869, in Himrods, N.Y. He is lecturer and demons- 
trator of anatomy and operative surgery in the New York 
Post-Graduate College and Hospital. Since 1903 he has been 
medical expert of the law department of the City of New 
York. 

POTTER, MOLLIS E., Physician of 122 South Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in Wonewoc, Wis. He has 
been vice-president of the American X-Ray Society; and a 
teacher of chemistry in high schools and colleges. He is now 
in the X-Ray Department of the Presbyterian Hospital. His 
practice is limited to the use of X-Rays in Diagnosis and 
Treatment. 

POTTER, NATHANIEL BOWDITCH, Physician of 591 
Park Avenue, New York City, was born Dec. 25, 1869, in 
Keeseville, N.Y. He is assistant professor of clinical med- 
icine in Columbia University; and editor of Sahli's Diagnosis 
and Ortner's Therapeutics. 

POTTER, THOMPSON E., Physician of 120 South 
Seventh Street, St. Joseph, Mo., was born in 1849. In 1875 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical 
College. He is secretary of the Ensworth Medical College. 

POTTER, WILLIAM WARREN, Physician of Mediapolis, 
Iowa, was born Dec. 31, 1838, in Strykersville, N.Y. He 
served as assistant surgeon during the civil war. 

POTTS, CHARLES SOWER, Physician, Neurologist and 
Author of 2018 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Jan. 30, 1864, in Philadeli)hia, Pa. In 1885 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is 
professor of neurology at the Medico-Chirurgical Post-Gra- 
duate School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is the 
author of Manual of Nervous and Mental Diseases. 

POU, ROBERT EDWARD, Physician, Surgeon and Neu- 
rologist of 20 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was 
born Feb. 1, 1872, in Columl)u;', Ga. About 1895 he received 

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the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. He is neurologist to the Lying-in- 
Hospital and assistant neurologist to the Vanderbilt Clinic 
and other institutions. 

POULSEN, J. WILLIAM, Physician and Surgeon of 25 
East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born in Chicago, 
111. He is engaged in the general practice of his profession 
in Chicago. 

POWELL, FRANKLIN, Physician of Madison Street and 
Fifth Avenue, Chester, Pa., born in 1849. In 1881 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. fromi the Hahnemann Medical 
College. He is president of the International Hahnemann 
Association. 

POWELL, ISAAC W., Physician and Banker of Holcomb, 
Mo., was born in 1853 in Louisville, Ky. In 1888 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Louisville Medical College. He 
is president of the bank of Holcomb. 

POWELL, JEHU Z., Physician, Surgeon and Author of 
Logansport, Ind., was born Aug. 13, 1848, in Cass CQunty, 
Ind. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. He is the author of History of Cass 
County, in two volumes. 

POWELL, T. ELHANAN, Dentists of 25 East Washing- 
ton Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 3, 1865, near Mt. 
Sterling, Ky. He is professor of Comparative Anatomy in 
the College of Dentistry of the University of Illinois. 

POWELL, WILLIAM M., Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of Clayton, N.Y., was born Feb. 14, 1862, in PhiladeU 
phia, Pa. He is the author of Essential of Diseases of 
Children and other works. 

POWERS, JOHN BENJAMIN, Physician and Banker of 
Wake Forest, N.C., was born June 17, 1854, in Pender 
county, N.C. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Long Island College Hospital. He is president of Jackson 
and Powers. 

PRATT, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Physician of 60 Or- 
chard Street, New Bedford, Mass., was born in 1862. In 1891 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University. 
He is president of the New England Pediatric Society. 

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PRATT, EDWIN HARTLEY, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 6, 1849, in Tow- 
anda. Pa. He graduated from the University of Chicago in 
1871, and received the degree of LL.D. in 1886. In 1873-06 
he was professor of anatomy in the Hahnemann Medicaf 
College; in 1876-83 professor of the same in the Chicago 
Homoepathic Medical College; 1883-09 professor of surgery 
and 1889-1902 professor of orificial surgery in the same 
institution ; several years professor of orificial surgery in the 
Hering Medical College ; twenty years attending surgeon to 
the Cook County Hospital; and nine years editor of the 
Journal of Orificial Surgery. He is ex-president of the 
Illinois Homoepathic Association ; the founder of the orificial 
philosophy; author of Composite Man; and a text book of 
orificial surgery. 

PRATT, GEORGE N., Physician of 30 North Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born June 29, 1876, in Chicago, 
111. He is associate surgeon to the Cook County Hospital. 

PRATT, H. PRESTON, Physician and Scientist of 36 
South State Street, Chicago, III, was born March 23, 1860, 
in Warren, 111. He has devoted much of his time to scientific 
research and has invented a number of valuable devices 
along the lines of Telephonic, Telegraphic, and Electro- 
Therapeutical appliances. His X-Ray Laboratory in Chicago 
was the first established for practical medical work. 

PREBLE, ROBERT BRUCE, Physician and Author of 
30 North Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, III., was born March 
14, 1866, in Chicago, 111. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical School. He 
is professor of medicine at the Northwestern University. 

PRENTICE, ALFRED CARLYLE, Physicain, Surgeon, 
Merchant and Author of 226 West Seventy-eighth Street, 
New York City, was born Feb. 18, 1875, in Adams Center, 
N.Y. He is instructor of surgery in Roosevelt Hospital 
Training School for Nurses; is president of the Indian River 
Fruit Company; and vice-president of the Kissemmec Fruit 
Company. He is the authoi- of Cancer — Its Nature and 
Treatment and the Cause and Effects of Rontgen Rays. 

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PRESNELL JAMES FREDERICK, Surgeon of 1002 
Wilson Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born March 22, 1867. He 
is first lieutenant and assistant surgeon of the United States 
Army Medical Reserve Corps. 

PRICE, BYRON SPRAGUE, Physician and Surgeon of 
65 Central Park West, New York City, was born Feb. 22, 
1872, in Springfield, New Brunswick. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the McGill University of Montreal. 
He has practiced his profession in Canada, Missouri, New 
York and New Jersey. He is a member of the British Asso- 
ciation and of the American Medical Association. He makes 
a specialty of surgery and chronic diseases. 

PRICE, GEORGE M., Physician, Sanitarian and Author 
of 202 Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born May 21, 
1864, in Russia. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the New York University. He is the author of Handbook on 
Sanitation and other works. 

PRICE, HENRY REESE, Physician and Surgeon of 435 
Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Dec. 19, 1850, in 
St. Clair, Pa. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He has been president of 
the Board of Trustees of Lehigh University. 

PRITCHARD, WILLIAM BROADDUS, Physician of 143 
West Seventy-second Street, New York City, was born June 
12, 1862. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. He wrote 
an article on Disseminated Sclerosis and is the author of 
various papers for medical journals. 

PRIDDY, ALBERT SIDNEY, Physician of Madison 
Heights, Va., was born in 1865. In 1886 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Baltimore. He is president of the National Association 
for the Study of Epilepsy and the Care and Treatment of 
Epileptics. 

PRINCE, MORTON, Physician of 458 Beacon Street, 
Boston, Mass., was born in 1854. In 1879 he received the 
degre of M.D. from the Harvard University. He is editor of 
the Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 

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PRUDDEN, THEOPHILE MITCHELL, Educator, Phy- 
sician and Author of 160 Central Park, New York City, was 
born July 7, 1849, in Middlesbury, Conn. In 1875 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Yale University. He is the. 
author of On the Great American Plateau and other works. 

PUFFER, FRANK L., Physician and Banker of Bird 
Island, Minn., was born Api'il 29, 1852, in Rensselaer Falls, 
N.Y. In 1877 he received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Science and Medicine of Newark, N.J. He is president 
of the bank of Bird Island. 

PURCELL, MICHAEL J., Physician and Surgeon of 800 
North Clark Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 7, 1878, 
in North Leeds, Wis. In 1912 he graduated from the Chicago 
College of Medicine and Surgery; and is also a graduate in 
pharmacy. He is now city physician, city of Chicago. He is 
a member of the Chicago Medical Society, Illinois State 
Medical Association, and the Phi Delta Medical Fraternity. 

PURVIANCE, WILLIAM E., Army Surgeon of 40 
Canadian Building, Manila, R.I., was born April 3, 1865, in 
Warren county, Ind. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Jefferson Medical College. Since 1904 he has held the 
rank' of major and surgeon in the United States Army. 

PUSEY, WILLIAM A., Physician of 7 West Madison 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1865 in Elizabethtown, Ky. 
He is professor emeritus of dermatology in the University 
of Illinois; and dermatologist to St. Luke's and Auguj^ana 
Hbspitals. He is the author of numerous works in his spe- 
cialty. 

PUTNAM, JAMES JACKSON, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 106 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass., was born 
Oct. 3, 1846, in Boston, Mass. In 1870 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Washington University. He is the author 
of Memoirs of Dr. James Jackson, His Father and His 
Brothers. 

PYLE, JOHN SHERMAN, Educator, Surgeon and In- 
ventor of 308 Wayne Building, Toledo, Ohio, was born Feb. 
22, 1865, in Dennison, Ohio. Tn 1886 he received the degree 
of M.D. from) the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is 

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professor of anatomy and clinical surgery at the Toledo 
Medical College. 

PUTNAM, WARREN EDWARD, Physician and Surgeon 
of 124 South Street, Bennington, Vt, was born May 6, 1857, 
in Putnam, Ontario, Canada. In 1881 he i-eceived the degree 
of M.D. from the Baldwin University. He has been president 
of the Bennington Board of Health. He has been surgeon- 
general of Vermont. 

QUACKENBOS, JOHN DUNCAN, Physician and Au- 
thor of 127 West Seventy-third Street, New York City, was 
born April 22, 1848, in New York City. He was educated in 
the Collegiate School of New York City; received the de^ 
grees of A.B. and A.M.; and in 1871 the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1870 he 
was tutor or rhetoric in Columbia College; 1884-91 adjunct 
professor of English language and literature; 1891-04 pro- 
fessor of rhetoric in Columbia and Barnard Colleges; and 
has since devoted himself to private pi'actice in New York 
City, specializing in nervous and mental diseases and psy- 
chotheraphy. He is the author of A History of the English 
Language ; The State Care of the Insane ; Telepathy : Is It a 
Fact of a Delusion?; Body and Spirit; The Geological An- 
cestors of the Brook Trout ; and other educational works on 
literary and scientific subjects. 

QUAY, GEORGE H., Physician of 818 Rose Building, 
Cleveland, Ohio, was born in 1857. In 1883 he received the 
degi^ee of M.D. from the Homoepathic Medical College. He is 
dean of the Cleveland-Pulte Medical College. 

QUIMBY, CHARLES ELIHU, Physician and Educator 
of 278 West Eighty-sixth Street, New York City, was born 
June 21, 1853, in New Ipswich, N.H. Since 1895 he has been 
clinical professor in New York University; and since 1895 
has been visiting physician to the City Hospital, New York. 

QUIN, ROBERT ARNOT, Physician and Banker of 
Vicksburg, Miss., was born July 10, 1857, in Memphis, Tenn. 
In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is president 
of the Home Savings bank. 

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QUINE, WILLIAM EDWARD, Physician of 3160 India- 
na Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1847. In 1869 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. f rorrn the Northwestern University 
Medical School. He is dean of the University of Illinois, 
College of Medicine. 

QUINLAN, WILLIAM WHEELOCK, Physician of 108 
South LaSalle Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 10, 1867, 
in Lake Forest, 111. In 1904-1911 he was professor of the 
Diseases of Children in the Chicago Polyclinic ; and is Med- 
ical Referee for insurance companies. 

QUIN, CHARLES MICHAEL, Physician of 140 Cray 
Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., was born Feb. 21, 1882, in Fish- 
kill Landing. He was educated in Stamford, Conn. ; in 1905 
graduated from' Columbia College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons and received the degree of M.D. ; and is a post-gra- 
duate of St. Vincent's and Foundling Hospitals, New York 
City. He was elected health officer of his city; and is a 
member of Mount Vernon and Westchester County Medical 
Societies. 

QUINTARD, EDWARD, Physician, Educator and Au- 
thor of 145 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York City, was 
born Jan. 21, 1867, in Stamford, Conn. Since 1900 he has 
been vice-president and professor of medicine in the New 
York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. He is the 
author of Battle Hymn and Litany ; Sonnets ; Sea Babies and 
Othe Babies ; also other works. 

RAMSEY, DOUGLAS C, Physician and Surgeon of 
Mount Vernon, Ind., was born May 16, 1860, in Clay County, 
111. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Wash- 
ington University. He has been president of Indiana State 
Board of Health. 

RALPH, BENJAMIN B., Physician of 529 Highland 
Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., was born Dec. 12, 1874, in Kansas 
City, Mo. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Kansas City Medical College. He is president and physician 
in charge of the Ralph Sanitarium. 

RALPH, BENJAMIN BURROUCJHS, Physician of 529 
Highland Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., was born in 1873. In 

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1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the Kansas City 
Medical College. He is editor and publisher of the Medical 
Record. 

RAND, JOHN PRENTICE, Physician of 5 Benefit Street 
Worcester, Mass., was born in Francestown, N.H. In 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D. from New York Homoepathic 
Medical College and Flower Hospital. Since 1907 he has been 
president of the Massachusetts Medical Society; was presi- 
dent of the Massachusetts Surgical and Gynaecological 
Society ; of the Alumni Association ; in 1908 on the staff of 
the New York Homoepathic Medical College and Flower 
Hospital; and in 1903-10 trustee of Massachusetts State 
Sanatorium. He is now consulting physician of Westboro 
State Hospital ; visiting physician of the Westboro State 
Hospital ; visiting physician to Worcester Hahnemann Hos- 
pital ; and is a lecturer to the Boston University School of 
Medicine. He is a member of the American Institute of 
Homoepathy, Massachusetts Medical Society and Massachu- 
setts Surgical and Gynaecological Society. 

RANDALL, BURTON ALEXANDER, Physician and 
Author of 1717 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Sept. 21, 1858, in Annapolis, Md. In 1880 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the LTniversity of Pennsylvania. He has 
been clinical professor of ear diseases in the University of 
Pennsylvania. He is the author of Photographic Illustration 
of the Anatomy of the Ear and other medical works. 

RANSOHOFF, JOSEPH, Surgeon, of Livingston Build- 
ing, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born May 26, 1853, in Cincinnati, 
Ohio. In 1874 he received the degree of M.D. from the Med- 
ical College of Ohio ; and in 1877 the degree of F.R.C.S. in 
London. Since 1877 he has been in surgical practice in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. In 1877-78 was demonstrator of anatomy, in 
1879-81 professor, in 1891-1902 surgeon of anatomy and 
clinical surgery, in 1902-05 professor of Principles of Sur- 
gery, and since 1905 has been professor of Surgery and Cli- 
nical Surgery in the Medical College of Ohio. He is a mem- 
ber of the American Association fo the Advancement of 
Science, the Southern Surgical and Gynaecological Associ- 

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ation and the Western Surgical Association, He has con- 
tributed extensively to current standard surgical works. 

RAVOGLI, AUGUSTUS, Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 348 Bryant Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Feb. 7, 
1851, in Italy. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Rome, Italy. He was professor of derma- 
tology in the medical college department of the University 
of Cincinnati. He is the author of The Hygiene of the Skin 
and other works. 

RAY, JAMES MORRISON, Physician of 300 Atherton 
Building, Louisville, Ky., was born in 1861. In 1882 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Louisville. 
He is president of the American Academy of Ophthalmology 
and Otolaryngology. 

KAYEVSKY, CHARLES, Physician and Author of Lib- 
erty, N.Y., was born March 27, 1856, in Russia. In 1896 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He is visiting physician to the Workmen's 
Circle Sanitarium for the Treatment of Tuberculosis. He is 
the author of Treatment of the Tuberculine Reactions and 
other medical monographs. 

RAYMOND, JOSEPH HOWARD, Educator, Physician 
and Physiologist of 145 Willow Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was 
born Nov. 18, 1845, in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1868 he received 
the degree of M.D, from the Long Island College Hospital. 
He is professor of physiology and hygiene in the Long Island 
College Hospital, He is the author of Text-book of Human 
Physiology and other works. 

RAYMOND, JOSEPH HOWARD, Physician of 145 Wil- 
low Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1845. In 1868 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Long Island College 
Hospital, He is secretary of the Faculty of the Long Island 
College Hospital. 

READING, ARTHUR H., Physician and Surgeon of 6444 
University Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 29, 1863, 
in Niles, Mich, He was formerly president of the Chicago 
Eclectic Medical Society. 

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REED, CHARLES ALFRED LEE, Educator, Surgeon 
and Author of Union Central Building, Cincinnati, Ohio, was 
born July 9, 1856, in Noble County, Ind. In 1874 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Cincinnati College of Medicine 
and Surgery. In 1893 he founded and was secretary-general 
of the First Pan-American Medical Congress; in 1901-02 
was president of the American Medical Association; and 
was president of the Seventh Pan-American Medical Con- 
gress, .at San Francisco in 1915. He is surgeon to various 
Hospitals. He became president of the Western Association 
for the Preservation of Medical Records. Since 1902 he has 
been professor of clinical gynecology at the University of 
Cincinnati. He is the author of Text-book on Gynaecology; 
Diseases of Women ; and Marriage and Genetics. 

REED, CHARLES BERT, Physician of 31 North State 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 1, 1866, in Harvard, 111. 
He has been president of the Chicago Gynaecological Society, 
and obstetrician to the Wesley Hospital. He is the author of 
many medical pamphlets. 

REED, WALTER, Educator, Physician, Surgeon and 
Scientist of Columbia University, New York City, was born 
Sept. 15, 1851, in Gloucester County, Va. Since 1897 he haS 
been professor of pathology and bacteriology in Columbia 
University. 

REGARD, EMIL, Physician, Surgeon and Banker of 
Mansura, La., was born in 1871 in Mansura, La. In 1894 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Tulane University of 
Louisiana. He is president of the Central Bank and Trust 
Company, 

REGENSBERGER, MARTIN, Physician of 209 Post 
Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born in 1854. In 1875 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Munich. 
He is president of the State Board of Health. 

REGISTER, EDWARD CHAUNCEY, Physician and 
Author of 36 South Tyron Street, Charlotte, N.C., was born 
Oct. 20, 1860, in Rose Hill, N.C. Since 1891 he has been 
editor of the Charlotte Medical Association. He is the au- 
thor of several medical works. 

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REICHERT, EDWARD TYSON, Educator, Physician 
and Author of Philadelphia, Pa., was born Feb. 5, 1885, in 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a professor of 
physiology in the ITniversity of Pennsylvania. He is the 
author of A Text-l)ook of Physiology. 

REILLY, THOMAS F., Physician and Educator of 220 
West One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street, New York City, 
was born May 30, 1871, in Easton, Pa. He is professor of 
applied therapeutics in the medical department of Fordham 
University. He is the author of Text-books on medical 
economics. 

REITER, HENRY, Physician and Surgeon of 639 East 
Eleventh Street, New York City, was born Aug. 15, 1^78, 
in Austria-Hungary. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Baltimore University. He is chief of clinic in cht; 
children's department of the Austria-Hungary Hospital; 
and is a member of the Eastern Medical Society, the Phy-. 
sicians' League and various other medical and fraternal 
orders. 

REMONDINO, PETER CHARLES, Physician, Author 
of 1502 Fifth Street, San Diego, Cab, was born Feb. 10, 
1846, n Turin, Italy. In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. 
from Jefferson Medical College. He served in the civil war 
as acting assistant surgeon in the United States Army ; and 
was surgeon of Artillery in the French Army war. He has 
been a member of the California State Boai'd of Health 
eight years ; and is a member of the Board of Pension Ex- 
aminers, at San Diego, Cal. He is the author of History of 
Circumcision, Mediteri-anean Shores of America, Climiatic 
Treatment of Consumption ; and editor of the National 
Popular Review of Hygiene and Applied Sociology and other 
works. For eighteen years he was physician and surgeon to 
St. Joseph's Hospital ; and is now a lecturer on the History 
of Medicine in the medical depai'tment of the University of 
Southern California in Los Angeles. He is a memV)er of the 
County, District and State Medical Societies in California, 
American Medical Association, New York Medico Legal 

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Society, and the American Association for the Advancement 
of Science. 

REYNOLDS, ARTHUR ROWLEY, Physician of 140 
North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born July 21, 1854, 
in Meaford, Ontario, Canada. He was commissioner of health 
in Chicago. He is now first lieutenant of the Illinois Medical 
Reserve Corps, United States Army. 

REYNOLDS, CECIL EDWARD, Surgeon of 506 Ex- 
change Building, New York City, was born Nov. 24, 1880, 
at Paxton Hall, in Huntingdonshire, England. He was edu- 
cated at Malvern College; the University College and Hos- 
pital, of London, England; in 1904 received the degree of 
M.D. frorr^ The Royal Colleges of Physicains and Surgeons 
of London; and the degree of D.Ph. from Cambridge Uni- 
versity, England. He has been assistant demonstrator of 
anatomy at the University of London; house surgeon and 
obstetric assistant in the University College Hospital; and 
has been school doctor to the Berkshire County Council and 
London County Council. He is attending surgeon to the 
University of California and to Graves Memorial Clinic. He 
is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 
the British Medical Association ; and is a fellow of the Royal 
Institute of Public Health of London and of the American 
Medical Association. 

RHOADS, J. N., Physician, Inventor and Author of 1635 
South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Aug. 26, 
1859, in Montgomery County, Pa. In 1885 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is the 
author of The Sequel of a Thunder Storm and other works. 

RHU, AUGUSTE, Surgeon and Author of Marion, Ohio, 
was born April 5, 1849, in Seneca County, Ohio. He was 
educated in the high schools of Dayton ; and in 1885 received 
the degree of M.D. from the medical department of the 
Western Reserve University. In 1887 he graduated from' the 
Chicago Ophthalmic College ; and took post-graduate courses 
in New York City, Chicago and Baltimore. He began to 
practice at Marion in 1885; in 1894 was president of thes 
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to the Big Four Railway Company and the Pennsylvania 
Railway Company. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association, the Ohio State Medical Society, the Mississippi 
Valley Medical Association; has been president of Marion 
County Medical Association and numerous other medical 
societies and organizations. 

RICE, .JOSEPH MAYER, Physician, Journalist and Au- 
thor of 9 Chester Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 
20, 1857, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1881 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is the author of The Public School System of 
the United States. 

RICE, LUCIEN GRIGGS, Physician of Barnett Building, 
Albuquerque, N. Mex., was born in 1870. In 1898 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the New York University. He is 
president of the State Board of Health and Medical Exa- 
miners. 

RICEN, LEO, Physician of 656 Flander Street, Portland, 
Ore., was born March 22, 1872, in Odessa, Russia. He re- 
ceived the degree of Ph.D. from the University of Kosan, 
Russia; and in 1901 received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical Department of the University of Oregon. Since 1903 
he has been an American citizen ; and is instructor of inter- 
nal diseases in the University of Oregon Medical School. He 
has a diploma from the Pasteur Institute of Paris ; and took 
post-graduate work in both Vienna and Paris. He is a mem- 
ber of the American Medical Association, the Portland Med- 
ical Society and the Oregon State Medical Society. 

RICHARD, CHARLES, Physician and Army Officer of 
543 Greenwich Street, New York City, was born Nov. 10, 
1854, in New York. Since 1915 he has been medical supply 
officer of the United States Army, and has been brevetted 
colonel. 

RICHARDS, GEORGE LYMAN, Physician of 259 Pros- 
pect Street, Fall River, Mass., was born in 1863. In 1886 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical College. He is librarian of the Fall River Medi al 
Society. 

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RICHARDS, GEORGE LYMAN, Physician of 259 Pros- 
pect Street, Fall River, Mass., was born in 1863, In 1886 ne 
received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. He is president of the New England Oto!og- 
ical and Laryngological Association. 

RICHARDSON, CHARLES WILLIAMSON, Physician 
and Author of 1317 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C., 
was born Aug. 22, 1861, in Washington, B.C. In 1878-80 he 
was a student at the George Washington University, and in 
1884 received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Depart- 
ment of that institution ; and the same year also received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. 
Since 1891 he has been professor of laryngology and otology 
at the George Washington University. In 1902-03 he was 
president of the American Laryngological, Rhinological and 
Otological Society; in 1914-15 was president of the Amer- 
ican Otological Society ; and in 1904 was president of liie 
Medical Society of the District of Columbia. He is a member 
of the Cosmos Club, the Chevy Chase Club, the University 
Club and of the Army and Navy Club. He has contributed 
medical articles to the Reference Handbook of the Medical 
Sciences, and to other standard works; and numerosu med- 
ical monographs. In 1917 he was a major in tihe Medical 
Reserve Corps. 

RICHARDSON, MARK WYMAN, Physician of 145 State 
House, Boston, Mass., was born in 1867. In 1889 he received 
the degree of M.D. from- the Harvard University. He is 
librarian of the State Board of Health. 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM D., Physician and Banker of 
134 East Broadway, Centralia, 111., was born Sept. 14, 1851, 
in Ohio. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Keokuch, Iowa. He 
is president of the Home Building and Loan Association, 
Merchants' State bank and Richardson Drug Company. 

RICHENS, L. BELLE, Physician of 27 Williams Street, 
Auburn, N.Y., was boi-n July 17, 1876, in Auburn, N.Y. She 
was educated in the Auburn High School, Pratt Institute 
Kindergarten Normal Course, Brooklyn. In 1910 she re- 

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ceived the degree of M.D. from the Cornell University Med- 
ical College. She is a lecturer to the Virginia Osborne Train- 
ing- School, N.Y. ; and is medical inspector of the Auburn 
Public Schools. She is a member of Cayuga County Medical 
Society, New York State and American Medical Associa- 
tions; American Electro-Therapeutic Association and the 
Physicians Mutual Aid Association. 

RICHTER, JULIUS, Physician, Surgeon and Educator 
of 69 East Parade Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y., was born Dec. 19, 
1876, in Allegheny, Pa. He was educated in Buffalo public 
schools ; the College of Commerce and Central High School ; 
in 1904 graduated from the University of Buffalo and re-» 
ceived the degree of M.D. For one year he was interne at 
the German Deaconess Hospital. He is general and orthopedic 
surgeon to the Post-Graduate Hospital of New York; and 
private instructor in surgery to J. J. McGrath. He is a mem- 
ber of Erie County Medical Association, the Academy of 
Medicine, the American Medical Association and other 
organizations. 

RICKETTS, BEN*JAMIN MERRH^L, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Proctoi-sville, Ohio, was born May 20, 1857, in Law- 
rence County, Ohio. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Miami Medical College. He was appointed city 
physician of fronton; and in 1882-83 was coroner of Law- 
rence county. Since 1885 he has practiced in Cincinnati, 
devoting his attention to general surgery. In 1888 he was 
elected professor of dermatology; and in 1909 was elected 
honoi-ary ]:)i'ofessor of thoracic surgery in the Barnes and 
American Medical Colleges of St. Louis, Mo. He has been 
president of the Cincinnati Microscopical and Pathological 
Society; and vice-president of the Ohio State Medical So- 
ciety. He has received the degrees of Ph.D. and LL.D. and 
other honorary degrees. He is the author of Surgery of the 
Heart and Lungs and other medical works. 

RIDLON, .TOHN, Orthopedic Surgeon of 7 West Madison 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 24, 1852, in Clarendon, 
Vt. About 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
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was educated in Tufts College. He has been professor of 
orthopedic surgery in the Northwestern University; in the 
Chicago Post-Graduate Medical School ; in the Northwestern 
Woman 's Medical School ; and in the Rush Medical College. 
He is now consulting orthopedic surgeon to the Michael 
Rees, Mei-cy and Evanston Hospitals, also to the Newport 
Hospital of Rhode Island. He was major in the Medical 
Reserve Corps of the United States Arrny. He is a member 
of the Chicago Medical Society; the State Medical Society 
and many other societies and clubs. 

RIES, EMIL, Physician of 77 East Washington Street, 
Chicago, 111., was born July 5, 1865, in Stuttgart, Germany. 
In 1903-04 he was president of the Chicago Gynecological 
Society. He is professor of gynecology in the Post-Graduate' 
School of Chicago. 

RIESMAN, DAVID, Physician and Author of 1715 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born March 25, 1867, 
in Germany. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is associate author of 
American Textbook of Pathology. 

RIGDON, RUFUS LEE, Physician and Surgeon of 291 
Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born Sept. 4, 1859, 
in Sacramento, Cal. In 1887 he received the degi-ee of M.D. 
from the Cooper Medical College. He is genito-urinary sur- 
geon in the Cooper Medical College. 

RILEY, CASSIUS MARCELLUS, Physician, Chemist 
and Author of Alton, 111., was born April 16, 1844, in Del- 
awai-e County, Ohio. In 1870 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Miami Medical College. He is the author of Tox- 
icology and other works. 

RILEY, GEORGE W., Osteopathic Physician of 14 East 
Thirty-first Street, New York City, was born in Lerna, 111. 
He is ex-president of the Osteopathic Society of the city of 
New York and the New York Osteopathic Society. 

RIPLEY, GEORGE H., Physician of 215 Wisconsin 
Street, Kenosha, Wis., was born in 1860. In 1891 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. 
He is president of the State Board of Medical Examiners. 

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RIPPERGER, ALBERT A., Physician of 616 Madison 
Avenue, New York City, was born in 1861. In 1893 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. fronu the University of Munich, 
He is editor of the New Yorker Medizinische Monatsschrift. 

RISLEY, SAMUEL DOTY, Soldier, Physician, Scientist, 
Inventor and Author of 2018 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 
Pa., was born Jan. 16, 1845, in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1870 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He is the author of The More Frequently Occuring 
Forms of Conjunctival Disease and other works. 

RITTENHOUSE, WILLIAM, Physician of 2920 Warren 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 5, 1852, in Ontario, 
Canada. He was formerly president of Jenner Medical Col- 
lege ; and vice-president of the Illinois Medical College. He 
is now professor of obstetrics in Loyola University. 

RIXEY, PRESLEY MARION, Physician and Surgeon of 
1518 K. Street, N. W., Washington, D.C., was born July 14, 
1852, in Culpeper County, Va. He was educated in the 
schools of Culpeper and Warrentown, Va. ; in 1873 graduated 
in medicine from the University of Virginia; and the same 
year matriculated at Jefferson Medical College of Philadel- 
phia, Pa. In 1874 he entered the United States Navy an 
assistant surgeon ; became past assistant surgeon in 1877 ; 
and surgeon in 1888. In 1900 he was promoted to medical 
inspector; and in 1902 became surgeon-general with the 
rank of rear-admiral. He spent eleven years at sea; and on 
shore was attached successively to the naval hospital at 
Philadelphia, the navy yard at Norfolk and at the naval 
dispensary at Washington, D.C. In 1898 he became physician 
to the White House, and accompanied the president on all 
his journeys and was for this reason in Buffalo whcMi presi- 
dent McKinley was assassinated; was present and assisted 
at the operation and took ofTicial charge of the case; and 
was continued as i)hysician to president Roosevelt. 

ROBBINS, FREDERICK W., Physician of Ki-esge Build- 
ing Detj-oit, Mich., was born in 1857. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Detroit Medical College. He is dean 
of the Detroit Post-Graduate School of Medicine. 

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ROBENS, THOMAS, Physician and Author of 25 Rock 
Street, was born April 25, 1839, in Gansevoort, N.Y. He was 
educated under private tutors ; graduated in 1877 from the 
Eclectic Medical College; and in 1880 from the National 
Institute of Eclectic Medicine of the United States. He is a 
member of the National, State and County Medical Societies. 
He is the author of Improvement in Medical Practice, Essay 
on Catarrh of the Bladder, Fibrous Tumor of the Uterus' 
Complicated with Pregnancy, and an Essay of the Portal 
Circulation. 

ROBERTS, DEERING J., Physician of 136 Fourth Ave-l 
nue, Nashville, Tenn., was born in 1840. In 1860 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Nashville. He is 
editor and publisher of the Southern Practitioner. 

ROBERTS, DUDLEY D-, Physician and Author of 84 
Remsen Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born March 1. 1874, in 
Newark, N.J. He is visiting gastroentologist to the Brooklyn 
Hospital and Long Island College Hospital Dispensary. He 
is the author of numerous papers on his specialty. 

ROBERTS, GEORGE W., Surgeon and Gynecologist of 
170 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York City, was born in 
1866, in Underbill, Vt. In 1887 he graduated with the degree 
of Ph.B. from the University of Illinois ; in 1889 received 
the degree of M.D. from New York Hom(P]iathic Medical 
College and Hospital; and did post-graduate work for one 
year in various European universities and hospitals. Since 
1890 he has practiced medicine in New York City; and for 
the past twenty years has been an exclusive specialist in 
surgery and gynecology. He is a member of the University 
Club, the Manhattan Club and the New York Athletic Club. 

ROBERTS, JOHN BINGHAM, Surgeon and Author of 
313 South Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Feb. 29, 1852, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1874 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. He is the 
author of Practice on Modern Surgery and other works. 

ROBERTSON, CHARLES MOORE, Ear, Nose a^d 
Throat Surgeon of 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., 
was born in Columbus City, Iowa. He was professor of ear, 

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nose and throat in the College of Medicine, Union, Iowa; 
and later associate professor of the ear in Northwestern 
University. He is professor, head of the department and 
trustee of the Ear, Nose and Throat Polyclinic ; and is first 
lieutenant of the United States Army Medical Reserve 
Corps. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons ; 
and late major and chief surgeon of Volunteer. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN DILL, Surgeon of 32 North State 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 8, 1871, in Indiana 
County, Pa. He is chief surgeon to the Jefferson Park Hos- 
pital. In 1915 he was appointed commissioner of health. City 
of Chicago. 

ROBIN, ALBERT, Physician of 1223 Market Street, 
Wilmington, Del., was born in 1875. In 1897 he received %he 
degree of M.D, from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of St. Joseph. He is editor of the Delaware State Medical 
Journal. 

ROBINSON, ANDREW R-, Physician and Author of 159 
West Forty-ninth Street, New York City, was born July 31, 
1845, in Ontario, Canada. Since 1884 he has been professoi* 
of dermatology in the New York Polyclinic Medical School 
and Hospital. In 1887 he was president of the Dermatological 
Section of the Ninth International Medical Congress, Wash- 
ington. 

ROBINSON, BEVERLEY, Physician and Author of 42 
West Thirty-seventh Street, New York City, was born 
March 22, 1844, in Philadelphia, Pa. He is the author of 
Inhalers and Inhalants. 

ROBINSON, G. WILSE, Physician of 3001 Lydia Ave- 
nue, Kansas City, Mo., was born Aug, 1, 1871, in Appleton 
City, Mo. He was educated at A]ipleton City Acadom,y and 
Missouri University; and in 189G received the degree of 
M.D. from Beaumont Hospital Medical College of St. Louis, 
Mo. He has been superintendent of the State Hospital at 
Nevada, Mo.; superintendent of the Kansas City General 
Hospital; and professor of i>hysiology and neui'ology at the 
University Medical College of Kansas City, Mo. He is now 
superintendent of the Puritan Sanitarium ; neurologist to 

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the Kansas City General Hospital, German Hospital, St. 
Joseph Hospital, Christian Church Hospital and Mercy 
Hospital. He is a member of the Jackson County, Missouri 
State and American Medico-Psychological Associations, the 
Medical Association of the South-West, the Southern Med- 
ical Association, the Kansas City Academy of Medicine, the 
Tri-State Medical Society and the Medical Society of Mis- 
souri Valley. 

ROBINSON, RALPH, Physician and Surgeon of 970 
Ridge Roard, Lackawanna, N.Y., was born Aug. 31, 1880, 
in Southhold, Long Island, N.Y. In 1906 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Fordham University. Since 1909 he 
has been health officer of the city of Lackawanna. He is also 
assistant surgeon to the Mercy Hospital of Buffalo. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM JOSEPHUS, Physician, Editor 
and Author of 12 Mt. Morris Park, West, New York City, 
was born Dec. 8, 1869, in Mt. Morris, N.Y. In 1893 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the New York University 
Medical College. He is president of the Medical Board and 
chief of the genito-urinary and dermatological department 
of Bronx Hospital and Dispensary ; and editor of the Amer- 
icon Journal of Urology. He is the author of Never Told 
Tales; Sexual Problems of Today; and other works. 

ROBINSON, JOHN A., Physician of 30 North Michigan 
Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born July 26, 1855, in Richland, 
Ind. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush 
Medical College. He has been a professor of medicine at the 
Rush Medical College. He is president of the Illinois State 
Board of Health ; and president of the Medical Staff Tribune 
Convalescent Hospital. 

ROCKWELL, ALPHONSO DAVID, Physician and Au- 
thor of Flushing, N.Y., was born May 18, 1840, in New 
Canaan, Conn. In 1864 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He is the author of 
Medical and Surgical Uses of Electricity and othei- works. 

ROCKWELL, WILLIAM HAYDEN, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 43 East Eightieth Street, New York City, 
was born Sept. 21, 1867, in Brattleboro, Vt. In 1892 he rQ-« 

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ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. He is the author of Pocket 
Text-book of Chemistry and Physics and other works. 

RODDY, WILLARD A., Dentist of Frisco Building, St. 
Louis, Mo., was born Aug. 25, 1865, in Boone County, Mo. 
He was educated in the public schools and at the Missouri 
Dental College, graduating in 1888. Since 1888 he has been 
practicing in St. Louis. He is pi'esident of the Missouri State 
Dental Society, the Board of Dental Examiners; is a mem- 
ber of the Missouri State Dental Society, the St. Louis Den- 
tal Society, the National Dental Association, the National 
Association of Dental Examiners and the Washington TJni- 
versity Alumni Association. 

RODMAN, JOHN C, Physician and Surgeon of West 
Main Street, Washington, N.C., was born Dec. 27, 1870, in 
Washington, N.C. He was educated in University of North 
Carolina; and in 1892 received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New York City. He 
has been president of the Seaboard Medical Association of 
Virginia and North Carolina; and vice-president of the 
North Carolina Medical Society. He is now president of 
Beaufort County Medical Society of North Carolina. 

ROE, JOSEPH FRANKLIN, Physician of 25 Main Street, 
Binghamton, N.Y., was born June 27, 1871, in Candor, N.Y,4 
In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the Cleveland 
University. He attended Cornell University, graduated from 
the medical department of Cleveland College; and did post- 
graduate work in New York City and in Vienna and Lon- 
don. He is oculist and aurist to the Binghamton City Hospi- 
tal ; and makes a specialty of diseases of the eye, ear, nose 
and throat. 

ROGERS, ALBERT CLARK, Physician and Surgeon of 
508 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 
1850 in New York. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York University. He has been house surgeon 
of the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital. 

ROGERS, ARTHUR CURTIS, Physician of Faribault, 
Minn., was born in 1856. In 1883 he received the degree of 

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M.D. from the University of Iowa. He is editor of the Jour- 
nal of Psycho-Asthenics. 

ROGERS, BUELL SUMMER, Physician of 25 East 
Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1863 in Wis- 
consin. He is major and surgeon of the Illinois National 
Guard. 

ROGERS, DANIEL WESTON, Physician and Surgeon 
of 2204 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born 
Aug. 16, 1866, in Holbrook, Mass. He is clinical instructor 
in the Post-Graduate Medical School; and is major and sur- 
geon of the Illinois National Guard. 

ROGERS, FREDERICK T., Physician of 117 Broad 
Street, Providence, R.I., was born in 1859. In 1880 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the New York University. 
He is editor of the Providence Medical Journal. 

ROGERS, JOHN, Surgeon and Educator of 102 East 
Thirtieth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 19, 1866, 
in New York City. He is surgeon to St. Francis and Bellevue 
Hospitals. Since 1908 he has been professor of clinical sur- 
gery in Cornell University Medical College. 

ROGERS, JOHN C«, Physician Surgeon and Statesman 
of 810 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born March 
26, 1835, in Ireland. In 1865 he received the degi-ee of M.D. 
from the Washington University. He served in the civil 
war. He has been a member of the State Senate. 

ROGERS, L., Physician of 546 Surf Street, Chicago, 111., 
was born in 1856. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is dean of the 
National Medical University of Chicago. 

ROGERS, OSCAR H., Physician of 346 Broadway, New 
York City, was born Sept. 6, 1857, in Green Island, N.Y. 
Since 1912 he has been chief medical examiner for the New 
York Life Insurance Company. In 1906-08 he was president 
of the Association of Life Insurance Medical Directors. 

ROMAN, CHARLES V., Physician of 1303 Church 
Street, Nashville, Tenn., was born in 1854. In 1890 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from: the Lincoln Memorial Uni- 
versity. He is editor of the Journal of the National Medical 
Association. 

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ROMINE, GEORGE L-, Physician and Surgeon of 41 
Bridge Street, Lambertville, N.J., was born April 17, 1852, 
in Stockton, N.J. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is district surgeon 
of the Pennsylvania Railway. 

ROOT, ARTHUR GUERNSEY, Physician of 218 State 
Street, Albany, N.Y., was born Aug. 12, 1867, in Greenfield, 
Mass. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the Al- 
bany Medical College. He is the author of Deviations of the 
Nasal Septum and other medical works. 

ROOT, EDWARD K., Physician of 990 Asylum Avenue, 
Hartford, Conn., was born in 1857. In 1879 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the New York University. He is presi- 
dent of the Association of Life Insurance Medical Directors 
of America. 

ROOT, WILLIAM WEBSTER, Physician and Educator 
of Slaterville Springs, N.Y., was born Aug. 19, 1867, in 
Niagara Falls, N.Y. In 1904 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Albany Medical College. In 1895-1903 he was ins- 
tructor of chemistry in the Chicago Manual Training School 
and the University of Chicago. He is physician to the 
Emergency Hospital of Parke Davis and Company of Detroit, 
Mich. 

ROSE, ACHILLES, Physician and Author of 173 Lex- 
ington Avenue, New York City, was born Nov. 4, 1839, in 
Ruhla, Germany. He was educated in GeiTnan and American 
Universites. He is a prominent physician of New York City ; 
and a knight of the Greek Order of the Savior. He is the 
author of several books on medical and medico-liistorical 
subjects, and also books about the modern Greek language,' 
some of which have been translated into German and Greek. 

ROSE, MALCOM CAMERON, Surgeon of 130 Post Ave- 
nue, New York City, was born in 1869 at Ottawa, Canada. 
He graduated from the Toronto Collegiate Institute ; in 1891 
received the degree of Ph.G. from Toronto University ; nnd 
in 1896 received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. He is 
physician of the eye departT^^ent at the Manhattan Eye, Ear 

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and Throat Hospital. He is a merniber of the County Medical 
Society, the American Medical Association and Washington 
Heights Medical Society ; and is a prominent Mason. 

ROSENAU, MILTON JOSEPH, Physician, Sanitarian 
and Author of 65 Naples Road, Brookline, Mass., was born 
Jan. 1, 1869, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1889 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Harvard Medical School. He is the 
author of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene and other 
works. 

ROSS, FRED ERNEST, Physician of 2012 Peach Street, 
Erie, Pa., was born in 1872. In 1897 he received the degreei 
of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. He is librarian of 
the Erie County Medical Society. 

ROSS, JOHN WILLIAM, Dentist, Artist and Author of 
170 Mohawk Street, Cohoes, N.Y., was born in 1852 in Man- 
chester, England. He is the author of Joe's Place and other 
works. 

ROSS, WALTER HOWARD, Physician and Surgeon of 
215 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1870, in 
Cory, Pa. He is physician to the Bethanny Hospital. 

ROTHROCK, A. M., Physician of 132 South Ninth Street, 
Reading, Pa., was born May 12, 1870, in West Chestei', Pa. 
In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. For many years he was a physician to the 
Alabama Tuberculosis Sanatorium ; and is now a successful 
physician of Reading, Pa. He was visiting physician to the 
Mount St. Michael's Sanatorium until that institution was 
discontinued ; and is a member of the leading medical socii! 
eties and has filled several positions of trust and honor. 

ROTTER, OSKAR, Physician and Author of 161 East 
Eighty-ninth Street, New York City, was born July 21, 1865, 
in Landeck, Silesia, Germany. He received his education at 
the Royal St. Matthias Gymnasium, Breslau, Germany; 
graduated from New York University Medical College in 
1891, and received the degree of M.D, from New York Uni- 
versity. He has been secretary of the Federation of Medical 
Leagues ; is a delegate of the Federation of Medical Econo- 
mic Leagues; chairman of the committee on Economic Re- 

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search, in Yorkville Medical Society. He is associate editor 
of The Medical Economist and local medical examiner Order 
of Tribe of Ben-Hur. He is a member of the Yorkville Med- 
ical Society, Yorkville Physicians Economic League, Associ- 
ation for Culture and the Sunrise Club. He is the author of 
The Economic Problem as it Affects the Medical Profession, 
An Attempt to Cope with the Economic Problem within tha 
Practice of Medicine, Some Remarks on the Medico-Econo- 
mic Movement, The Medico-Economic Movement ; its Recent 
Organization and Activity; Causes, History and Achieve- 
ments of the Medico-Economic Movement in New York. 

ROTZELL, Wn.LETT ENOS, Physician, Naturalist and 
Author of 5819 Master Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
June 19, 1871, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1892 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. Since 
1905 he has been professor of medical botany at the Hahne- 
mann Medical College. He is the author of Man, An Intro-» 
^luction to Anthropology. 

ROWLAND, HENRY COTTRELL, Surgeon and Author 
of 55 Wall Street, New oYrk City, was born May 12, 1874, 
in New York. He served on the United States Army Hospital 
Ship Relief, as surgeon. He is the author of Sea Scamps; 
To Windward ; The Wanderers ; and other works ; and many 
short stories and articles in the leading magazines. 

RUBLE, WELLS ALLEN, Physician of Lomia Linda, 
Cal., was born in 1868. In 1906 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the American Medical Missionary College. He is 
editor of the Medical Evangelist. 

RUEDIGER, ERNEST HENRY, Educator and Physician 
of Manila, R.I., was born April 12, 1875, in Fountain City, 
Wis. He has been assistant in the t'jiological division of the 
Bureau of Science of Manila ; and is now associate' professor 
of pathology and bacteriology in the University of the 
Philippines. 

RUGGLES, ARTHUR H-, Physician of Butter Hospital, 
Providence, R.I., was born in 1881. In 1906 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. 
He is secretary of the New England Society of Psychiatry. 

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RUHRAH, JOHN, Educator, Physician and Author of 11 
East Chase Street, Baltimore, Md., was born Sept. 26, 1872, 
in ChilHcothe, Ohio. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. 
H;e is editor of the Bulletin of the Medical Library Associ- 
ation. He is the author of Manual of Diseases of Infants and 
Children. 

RULAND, FREDERICK DAVIS, Physician of 40 East 
Forty-first Street, New York City, was born in 1865. AboutI 
1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He is medical 
superintendent of The Westport Sanitarium. 

RUMER, JAMES F., Physician, Surgeon and Statesman 
of Davison, Mich, was born Dec. 12, 1852, in Logan County, 
Ohio. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. from the Ken-j 
tucky School of Medicine. He has been a member of the 
State Senate. 

RUNNELLS, MOSES THURSTON, Physician of 219 
Argyle Building, Kansas City, Mo., was born in 1849. In 1902 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Kansas City Uni- 
versity. He is dean of the Kansas City Hahnemann Medical 
College of the Kansas City University. 

RUNNELS, ORANlGE SCOTT, Surgeon of 522 North 
Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Ind., was born June 11, 1847, in 
Fredonia, Ohio. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Chicago Homcepathic Medical College. Since 1890 he has 
been surgeon-in-chief- and a proprietor of the Runnels Sur- 
gical Hospital. 

RUST, JOHN W., Physician and Surgeon of 440 South 
Dearboi-n Street, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 12, 1870, in 
Orland, 111. He is health officer of Spring Forest; Medical 
Examiner for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New 
York; surgeon for the Chicago and Joliet Electric Railroadi 
Company; and president of the Chicago and Desplaines 
Valley Highway Improvement Club. 

RUTH, CHARLES EDWARD, Physician of 407 Equal- 
able Building, Keokuk, Iowa, was born Aug. 17, 1861, in 
Iowa City, Iowa. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. 

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from the State University of Iowa. He is the author of New 
Attachment for Obstetrical Forceps and other medical 
works. 

RYDER, GOLDFREY, Physician and Surgeon of 321 
Pleasant Street, Maiden, Mass., was born July 16, 1854, in 
Provincetown, Mass. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Harvard University Medical School. He is presi- 
dent of the Middlesex Medical Society. 

RYDER, LEWIS A., Physician of 824 Kansas Avenue, 
Topeka, Kan., was born in 1861. In 1883 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is 
president of the State Board of Medical Registration and 
Examination. 

RYERSON, EDWIN W., Surgeon of 122 South Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in New York City. He is 
professor of orthopedic surgery in the Chicago Polyclinic; 
assistant professor of surgery in Rush Medical College; 
orthopedic surgeon to the Children's Memorial and St. 
Elizabeth's Hospital, and Home for Destitute Children ; and 
is first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of the Unit- 
ed States Army. He is a fellow of the American College of 
Surgeons; and a member of the Saddle and Cycle, Univer- 
sity, Onwentsia and Casino Clubs; and resides at 999 Lake 
Shore Drive. 

SACHS, BERNARD, Physician and Author of 116 West 
Fifty-ninth Street, New York City, was born Jan. 2, 1858, 
in Baltimore, Md. He was educated in the schools of New 
York City and at Harvard University; in 1882 graduated 
from the University of Strasburg and received the degrees 
of A.B. and M.D. He was formerly professor of Mental and 
Nervous Diseases to the New York Polyclinic, but resigned 
in 1905 ; is at present neurologist to Bell Hospital and Mount 
Sinai Hospital; also consulting physician to the Manhattan 
State Hospital. He is a member of the New York Academy 
of Medicine; Association of American Physicians; American 
Neurological Association; also of the Charaka and Harvard 
Clubs. He is author of a Text-book on Nervous Diseases of 
Children; contributions on neurological subjects chiefly, 

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Amaurotic Family Idiocy; Tumors of Cord, Syphilis of 
Brain, Allopath and other works. 

SADLER, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1875. In 1906 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the American Medical Mis-- 
sionary College. He is director of the Chicago Institute of 
Physiology Therapeutics. 

SAHLER, CHARLES OLIVER,Physician and Founder, of 
Kingston, N.Y., was born June 23, 1854, in Ulster County, 
N.Y. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. For 
twenty-seven years he practiced medicine in Ulster County, 
N.Y. ; and in 1899 founded the Sahler Sanitarium of Kings- 
ton, N.Y. He is the author of Psychic Life and Law; and 
American Psychologist. He is a member of the American 
Physicians and Surgeons' Association of Chicago, 111. 

SAIZAN, JOSEPH PHILLIP, Physician, Planter and 
Banker of Opelousas, La., was born Nov. 18, 1867, in Leon- 
ville. La. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Tulane University of Louisiana. He is president of the Union 
Bank and Trust Company. 

SAJOUS, CHARLES EUCHARISTE DE MEDICI, Phy- 
sician and Author of 2043 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born Dec. 13, 1852, at sea near France. In 1878 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of Curative Treatment of Hay Fever 
and other works. 

SALDE, CHARLES BLOUNT, Physician and Author of 
245 West Seventy-fourth Street, New York City, was born 
May 15, 1874, in Columbus, Ga. He is chief of clinic in 
general medicine and instructor of physical diagnosis in the 
University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Colleges. He is the 
author of Physical Examination and Diagnostic Anatomy; 
and various medical papers. 

SALEEBY, NAJEEB MITRY, Physician and Author of 
Manila, R.I., was born Feb. 7, 1870, in Lebanon, Syria. In 
1897 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College. In 1898-1901 he was acting assistant 

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surgeon in the United States Army ; in 1901-03 he was cap- 
tain and assistant surgeon of the United States Volunteers ; 
in 1903-06 he was superintendent of schools for the Moro 
Province, Mindanao, P.I. ; and in 1907-11 he was surgeon in 
charge of the University Hospital at Manila. He is the au- 
thor of The History of Sulu ; Studies in Moro History, Law 
and Religion; Sulu Pteader; The Moro Problem; Origin of 
the Malayan Filipinos and other works. 

SALISBURY, SAMUEL S., Physician of 526-29 Brad- 
bury Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in Georgetown, 
Ohio. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Hahnemann Medical College. In 1894 he was a member of 
the Los Angeles Board of Health. 

SALMON, THOMAS WILLIAM, Physician and Author 
of 50 Union Square, New York City, was born Jan. 6, 1876, 
in Lansingbug. N.Y, Since 1915 he has been medical director 
of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene ; and on the 
staff of Rockefeller Foundation. He is the author of Immi- 
gration ; Prevention of Mental Disease ; and a contributor to 
scientific journals. 

SALOMON, LUCIEN F., Physician and Editor of 527 
Canal Street, New Orleans, La., was born May 21, 1850, in 
New Orleans, La. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Tulane University of Louisiana. He has a large 
and successful practice in New Orleans ; and is a member of 
numerous medical and scientific societies. He is the author 
of several medical monographs and medical papers contri- 
buted to medical literature. 

SAMUEL, EDMUND WILLIAM, Physician, Business 
Pi-esident and Statesman of Mount Carmel, Pa., was born 
Nov. 27, 1857, in Wales. In 1880 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Jefferson Medical College. In 1905-07 he was 
a member of congress. 

SAMUELSON, AARON, Physician and Surgeon of 4500 
Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born Dec. 25, 1881, in New 
York City. In 1905 he i-eceived the degree the degree of M. 
D. from the Long Island College Hospital. He has been a 
teacher of gymnastics and athletics in the New York City 

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public school playgrounds. He is a successful physician of 
New York City; and medical examiner for the Fidelity 
Mutual Life Insurance Company and other organizations. 

SANDERS, ROBERT ZINK, Physician of 301 Mulliken 
Building, Decatur, 111., was born in 1887. In 1911 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Illinois. He is 
librarian of the Decatur Medical Society. 

SANFORD, WILLARD C, Physician and Surgeon of 31 
North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1865 in Maren- 
go, 111. He is president of the staff of St. Elizabeths's Hos- 
pital. 

SANTEE, ELLIS MONROE, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of Hinckley, Maine, was born on Aug. 13, 1863, in 
Hughesvile, Pa. In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Homoepathic Medical College. He is the author of Re- 
pertory of Convulsions and Santee Genealogy. 

SANTEE, EUGENE IRVING, Physician and Banker of 
532 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 19, 
1841, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1866 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is vice-presi- 
dent of the Northern Trust Company. 

SANTEE, HARRIS ELLETT, Physician and Author of 
2806 Warren Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Oct. 15, 1864, 
in Snodes, Ohio. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from- 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is professor of anatomy 
at the Jenner Medical College. He is the author of the Ana- 
tomy of Brains and Spinal Cord. 

SATTERLEE, FRANCIS LeROY, Physician and Educat- 
or of 6 West Fifty-sixth Street, New York City. He is pro- 
fessor of physics, chemistry and metallurgy in New York 
College of Dentistry ; and late surgeon for the Eighty-fourth 
Regiment of the National Guard of New York. He is the 
author of Treatise on Rheumatism. 

SATTERLEE, GEORGE REESE, Physician and Author 
of 125 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York City, was 
born Nov. 3, 1873, in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. In 1898 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. He is the author of Outlines of 
Human Embryology. 

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SATTERLEE, HENRY SUYDAM,PhyRician of 175 East 
Seventy-first Street, New York City, was born June 4, 1874, 
in New York City. In 1896 he received the degree of A.B. 
from Harvard University; and in 1900 received the degree 
of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Columbia University.In 1902-03 he was interne at St. Luke's 
Hospital, New York ; in 1903-07 was attending physician to 
the New York Dispensary; in 1907-11 was attending physi- 
cian to that hospital ; and in 1911-15 was assistant attending 
physician to Willard Pai-ker and Riverside Hospitals of New 
York. In 1915 he was comissioned in the Medical Reserve 
Corps of the United States Army. He is a member of New 
York County and State Medical Societies, the American 
Medical Association and other medical and educational so- 
cieties. 

SATTERTHWAITE, THOMAS EDWARD, Physician and 
Author of 7 East Eightieth Street, New York City, was 
born March 26, 1843, in New York. He is consulting physi- 
cian to the Post-Graduate Babies, Orthopedic and Manhattan 
State Hospitals. He is ex-president of New York Patholo- 
gical Society. He is the author of Manual of Histology: 
Practical Bacteriology ; and Diseases of the Heart and Aorta. 

SATTLER, ERIC ERICSON, Physician and Author of 
109 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Nov. 4, 1859, 
in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Miami Medical College. He is the author of History 
of Tuberculosis. 

SAVAGE, WATSON LEWIS, Physician and Educator of 
56 West Forty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Nov. 
26, 1859, in Cromwell, Conn. Since 1890 he has been presi- 
dent and medical director of the Dr. Savage Physical Devel- 
opment Institute, Ltd., and in 1895 organized and has since 
been president of the New York Normal School of Physical 
Education. He is president of the American Association for 
the Advancement of Physical Education. 

SAVIDGE, EUGENE COLEMAN, Physician and Author 
of 66 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born Oct. 
21, 1863, in Maryland. In 1891 he received the degree of 

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M.D. from the New York University. He is the author of 
Gallery of Prominent Men and other works. 

SAWYER, A. L., Physician and Surgeon of 4052 West 
Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 8, 1880, in 
Grand Island, Neb. For four years he was associated with 
the Old Northwestern Masonic Aid Association. He is now 
surgeon for the Continental Casualty ; and a member of the 
staff of the West Suburban Hospital, Oak Park. He is a 
member of the Oak Park Country Club. 

SAXE, G. A. DeSANTOS, Physician and Author of 72 
West Forty-fifth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 22, 
1876, in St. Petersburg, Russia. Since 1907 he has been 
instructor in the Post-Graduate Hospital. 

SAYRE, C. EDWARD, Gynecologist and Surgeon of 29 
East Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born March 8, 1862, 
in Madison, N.J. He is professor of Gynecology in the Hering 
Medical College and Hospital; Gynecologist to the Chicago 
Homoepathic Hospital ; and Surgeon to the Lakeside Hospi- 
tal. He is a member of the Chicago Medical Society, the 
Mississippi Valley Medical Society, the Chicago Homcepathic 
Medical Society, the Englewood Homcepathic Medical Society 
and the Illinois Homoepathic Medical Society. 

SAYRE, REGINALD HALL, Surgeon and Educator of 
14 West Forty-eighth Street, New York City, was born Oct. 
18, 1859, in New York City. He was educated in Churchill 
and Maury's School, and received the degree of A.B. from 
Columbia College, and M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He was assistant to the chair of surgery at 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College; and in 1890-97 to the 
chair of orthopedic surgery; in 1897 was adjunct professor. 
In 1898-1910 he was clinical professor orthopedic surgery in 
the New York University and Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College ; and since 1910 has been professor of orthopedic 
surgery. He is consulting surgeon of Hackensack Hospital, 
the Home for Crippled Children of Newark, Mountainside 
Hospital of Montclair, Englewood. 

SCHELLING, HENRY LOUIS, Surgeon of 264 Stuyve- 
sant Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1863 in Brooklyn, 

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N.Y. He is surgeon to the Bushwick Hospital, and Coney 
Island and Brooklyn Railroad. He is director of the People's 
National bank ; and trustee of the Hamburg-Savings bank. 

SCHENCK, PETER LAWRENCE, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 95 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Oct. 25, 
1843, in Flatbush, L. I., N.Y. In 1882-1914 he was consulting 
surgeon to Kings County Hospital ; 1889-1905, visiting phy- 
sician to Kings County Penitentiary ; and retired from active 
practice in 1907. 

SCHEPPEGRELL, WILLIAM, Physician, Laryngologist 
and Author of 844 Maison Blanche Annex, New Orleans, 
La., was born Sept. 22, 1860, in Hanover, Germany, of 
American parents, he received a high school and college 
education ; and received the degree of M.D. from the Med- 
ical College of South Carolina; afterwards receiving the de- 
gree of M.A. from the College of Charleston. Until 1890 he 
practiced his profession in Charleston, S.C. ; and then re- 
moved to New Orleans, where he was appointed assistant 
surgeon of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hos]3ital. He is 
the inventor of many appliances used for special treatment 
of the ear, nose and throat. He has been president of the 
American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology; 
and past vice-president of the American Laryngological, 
Rhinological and Otological Society. He is president of the' 
American Hayfever Prevention Association, and chairman 
of its research department. He is a member of the United 
States Volunteer Medical Service Corps. He is president of 
the Audubon Park Commission; is president of the New 
Orleans Opera Association ; is president of the Walnut Street 
Improvement Association and president of the Louisiana 
Moral Photoplay Association. He is associate editor of The 
Laryngoscope ; and the author of various treatises valuable 
in the medical world. He is a member of the Chests Club, 
the Checkers and Whist Club, and of the Round Table Club. 

SCHERZER, ALBERT H., Engineer of 304 South Dear- 
born Street, Chicago, 111., was born July 22, 1865, in Peru, 
111. He is president and chief engineer of The Scherzer Roll- 
ing Lift Bridge Company, designers and builders of railways 
and highway bridges. 

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SCHIFFMAN, RUDOLPH, Physician and Surgeon of 505 
South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, Cal., was born Aug. 1, 1845, 
in St. Louis, Mo. He was educated at Washington Univer- 
sity, St. Louis University; and in 1867 received the degree 
of M.D. from the St. Louis Medical College. In 1867 he was 
acting assistant surgeon in the United States Army; in 
1888-92 was a member of the Park Commission ; and in 1889 
was president of the Board of Education, at St. Paul ; in 1890 
was president of the Common Council, at St. Paul ; and in 
1908 was city commissioner of Pasadena, Cal. ; and president 
of Arroyo Park Association of Pasadena. He is president of 
Laguna Ranch Company, Redlands Heights Branch Compa- 
ny, the Arrowhead Realty Corporation, the International 
Magnesite Company, also president of the American Magne- 
site Company of Porterville, Cal. He is a member of the 
Annandale, Altadena Country and Midwick County Clubs, 
of Pasadena. 

SCHIMPF, HENRY WILLIAM, Educator, Physician and 
Author of 443 West Thirty-fourth Street, New York City, 
was born Feb. 14, 1868, in New York City. In 1897 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Long Island College 
Hospital. He is the author of Textbook of Volumetric Ana- 
lysis and other works. 

SCHINDEL, CHARLES MAGILL, Physician, Surgeon 
and Banker of 425 North Twenty-fourth Street, South 
Omaha, Neb., was born in 1863 in Maryland. In 1887 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College, He is president of the Live Stock National 
bank. 

SCHLEIF, WILLIAM, Physician and Author of 2117 
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Sept. 26, 1868, 
in Milwaukee, Wis. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1890 he has 
been instructor in pharmacy at the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SCHLIVEK, KAUFMAN, Physician and Author of 122 
West One Hundi'ed Twentieth Street, New York City, was 
born in 1881 in New York City. He is the author of Cerebro- 
spinal^ Lues, and other medical monographs. 

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SCHMAHL, PHILLIP J. R., Physician of 2116 Honey- 
well Avenue, New York City, was born in 1885. In 1911 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the New York Homoepathic 
Medical College. He is editor of The Chironian. 

SCHMITT, A. EMIL W., Physician of 50 Central Park 
Avenue, New York City, was born in 1873. In 1895 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. He is president of the 
National Association for the Study and Education of Excep- 
tional Children. 

SCHOLL, WILLIAM M., Orthopedic Specialist of 112 
South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born June 22, 
1882, in LaPorte, Ind. He is president of The School Man- 
ufacturing Company, manufacturers of patented orthopedic 
appliances with offices in Chicago, New York, London ; and 
president of The School Manufacturing Company, Limited, 
Toronto, Canada. He is a member of the Chicago Association 
of Commerce, the Illinois Manufacturers' Association and 
the Chicago Shoe and Leather Men's Association ; and is a 
member of the Rotary Club and the Illinois Athletic Club. 

SCHROEDER, WILLIAM, Jr., Surgeon of 61 Bioadway, 
New York City, was born in Brooklyn. He was educated at 
the Polytechnic institute of Brooklyn; Brooklyn College of 
Pharmacy; Long Island College Hospital; and has received 
the degrees of M.D., B.S., Fh.Gr. and Ph.D. He is attending 
surgeon to the Harbor Hospital, Brooklyn ; medical director 
and chief surgeon of the Employers Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany of New Yoi-k ; and chief surgeon to A.G. Spalding and 
Sons of Brooklyn. He is a member of the Kings County 
Medical Society; New York State Medical Society; Amer- 
ican Medical Association ; past president of the Alumni 
Association of the Brooklyn College of Pharmacy; a nvem- 
ber of the Crescent Athletic ; Rotaiy of Brooklyn ; Long 
Island Automobile Clubs, and a membei' of numerous other 
societies and organizations. 

SCHROEDER, WILLIAM EDWARD, Surgeon of 25 
East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1867 in 
Cook County, 111, He has been engaged in the practice of 

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surgery in Chicago since 1891. He is professor of surgery 
and clinical surgery in the Northwestern University Medical 
School ; and is first lieutenant of the United States Army 
Medical Reserve Corps. 

SCHWARZ, HENRY, Physician of 440 North Newstead 
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born Nov. 14, 1855, in Giesen, 
Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. In 1876 he graduated from St. 
Louis College of Pharmacy; in 1879 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the St. Louis Medical College; and took post- 
graduate study at the University of Giesen, Germany. For 
one year he served as assistant to the University Female 
Hospital at Giesen and Heidelberg, in charge pro tem., and 
as first assistant teacher of mlidwifery in 1881-83 ; and since 
1883 has practiced in St. Louis. In 1886 he was appointed 
clinical lecturer on gynecology to St. Louis Medical College ; 
in 1889 professor of gynecology to that college; and si^ice 
1900 has been pi'ofessor of obstetrics and gynecology to 
Washington Medical School. He is a fellow of the Americfan 
Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; is a member 
of the St. Louis Medical Society, the Missouri State and 
American Medical Association and the Verin Deutschen 
Aertzte. 

SCHWARTZ, LEO SAMSON, Physician and Surgeon of 
500 Hopkinson Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Sept. 6, 
1882, in Russia. He graduated from Cornell Medical School, 
and has received the degree of Ph.G., and in 1908 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Cornell University Med- 
ical School. He is gynecologist to the Jewish Hospital of 
Brooklyn ; and assistant adjunct Polhemus clinic in the Long 
Island College Hospital. 

SCHWEINITZ, GEORGE EDMUND DE, Physician and 
Author of 1705 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
in 1858 in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1881 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is profes- 
sor of ophthalmology in the University of Pennsylvania. He 
is the author of Diseases of the Eye and other works. 

SCOTT, ALEXANDER H.. Soldier, Physician and Sur- 
geon of St. Joseph, Mich., was born Sept. 19, 1840, in School- 

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crapt, Mich, In 1867 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Michigan. He has been alderman ; and for 
three terms was mayor of St. Joseph, Mich. 

SCOTT, ARTHUR CARROLL, Surgeon and Author of 
Temple, Texas, was born July 12, 1865, in Gainesville, Texas. 
He received his medical degree from Bellevue Medical Col- 
lege of New York City; and for two years was interne in 
the Western Pennsylvania Hospital at Pittsburgh. He is 
chief surgeon of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway; 
and is senior surgeon of the Temple Sanitarium. He is chair- 
man of the Board of Councilors of the Texas State Medical 
Association. He is a member of the Texas State Medical 
Association, the American Medical Association, the South- 
ern Medical Association and the Southern Surgical and 
Gynecological Associations. During the World-War he was 
a member of the Texas Committee of the National Council 
of Defense; and chairmian of the Medical Advisory Board 
for the twelfth district of Texas. He is the author of Mono- 
graphs on Appendicitis, Skin Grafting, Hysterectomy, Intes- 
tinal Avastomasis, Goiter, Hernas and other surgical sub- 
jects. 

SCOTT, HENRY BARBOUR; Physician of Beechhurst 
Sanitarium, Louisville, Ky., was born in 1878. In 1906 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Central University. He 
is superintendent of the Beechburst Sanitarium. 

SCOTT, RICHARD JOHN ERNEST, Physician, Writer 
and editor of 307 West Seventy-ninth Street, New York 
City, was born Jan. 7, 1863, in Whitchurch, Hampshire, 
England. In 1901-12 he was gynecologist to Demilt Dispen- 
sary. Since 1905 he has been on the editorial staff of the 
Medical Record; and is editorial writer for the New York 
Medical Journal. 

SCRATCHLEY, FRANCIS ARTHUR, Physician and 
Neurologist of 330 West Fifty-ninth Street, Palenvillc, N.Y., 
was born in 1858 in New Orleans, La. He is si)ccial lecturer 
in neuropathology in the Medical College of the state of 
South Carolina; and consulting neurologist to the Home for 
Incurables. He is also lecturer for the department of educa- 
tion of New York. 

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SCUDDER, CHARLES LOCKE, Surgeon and Author of 
209 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born in 1860 in Kent, 
Conn. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the Har- 
vard University Medical School. He is the author of Treat- 
ment of Fractures and other works. 

SCUDDER, CHAUNCEY CHARLES T., Physician of 2 
South Patterson Park Avenue, Arlington, Md., was born in 
1872. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. He is m'edical 
director of The Arlington Rest Sanatorium. 

SCUDDER, JOHN KING, Physician of 630 West Sixth 
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born in 1865. In 1888 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Insti- 
tution. He is librarian of the Eclectic Medical College. 

SCUDDER, JOHN KING, Physician of 630 West Sixth 
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born May 16, 1865, in Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Eclectic Medical Institution. He is editor of the Eclectic 
Medical Journal. 

SEABROOK, HARRY HARTSHORNE, Physician and 
Ophthalmologist of 118 East Seventy-second Street, New 
York City, was born Oct. 23, 1859, in Keyport, N.J. In 1881 
he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of New York City. He has been attending 
ophthalmological surgeon of St. Luke's Hospital. 

SEDGWICK, JULIUS PARKER, Educator and Physician 
of 614 Syndicate Building, Minneapolis, Minn., was born 
May 27, 1876, in Wrighstown, Wis. In 1899 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is attend- 
ing pediatrist to the University Hospital, the Northwestern 
and Abbott Hospitals ; and associate professor, in charge of 
the division of pediatrics. University of Minnesota. He is 
treasurer of the American Association of Medical Milk Com- 
missions ; director of the American Association for the study 
and prevention of infant mortality and vice-president of the 
Minneapolis Infant Welfare Society. He is the author of 
various publications on pediatric subjects, 

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SEFTON, FREDERICK, Physician and Bank Director 
of Auburn, N.Y., was born July 29, 1859, in England. In 
1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the Yale Univer- 
sity. He was a member of the Board of Education of the 
city of Auburn. He is a director of Cayuga County National 
bank. 

SEIFERT, GEORGE W., Physician of 68 South First 
Street, San Jose, Cal., was born April 18, 1860, in Santa 
Clara, Cal. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. He is president of the San Jose 
Board of Health. 

SEIFERT, MATHIAS JOSEPH, Surgeon of 30 North 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1866 in Chi- 
cago, 111. He is an alumnus of The Teachers' Seminary, St. 
Francis, Wis. ; The Chicago Musical College, and the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. He has been professor of Physical Diagnosis 
and Anesthesiology in the University of Illinois and adjunct 
professor of operative surgery, and instructor of senior 
medicine in the same college; and assistant to William E. 
Quine, dean of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He 
is now surgeon to St. Mary of Nazareth Hospital, and pro- 
fessor of surgery and head of the department of surgery in 
The College of Medicine. He is the author of a Manual of 
Practical Gynecology and numerous monographs on medical 
and surgical subjects; and is a member of the Physicians' 
Club, the Illinois State Medical Society, the Chicago Medical 
Society, the National Geographic Society, the American 
Medical Association and a fellow of the American College of 
Surgeons. 

SELBY, CLARENCE D., Physician, Surgeon and Editor 
of Toledo, Ohio, was born July 21,1878, in Des Moines, Iowa. 
He received the degree of M.D. from the medical depart- 
ment of the Western Reserve University. Since 1905 he has 
practiced his profession in Toledo; for eight years was visit- 
ing surgeon to St. Vincent's Hospital; and since 1911 has 
been visiting surgeon to the Flower Hospital. Since 1913 he 
has been managing editoi* of the Ohio State Medical Journal. 

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SELL, EDWARD HERMAN MILLER, Physician and 
Author of 137 West Ninety-fourth Street, New York City, 
was born Aug. 16, 1832, in Upper Saucon Tp., Lehigh Coun- 
ty, Pa. In 1866 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College. In 1871 he organized the 
first practical gynecological operative course of the world at 
the University of Vienna; and discovered a cure for the 
morphine habit. He is the author of The Opium Habit ; and 
a contributor to medical literature. 

SELLERS, MARTIN LA FAYETTE, Physician, Surgeon 
and Banker of Anderson, Mo., was born May 26, 1870, in 
Anderson, Mo. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Barnes Medical College. He is cashier of the State Bank 
of Anderson. 

SERVOSS, GEORGE L., Physician of Gardnerville, Nev., 
was born in 1867. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Medical College of Indiana. He is editor of the 
Denver Medical Times. 

SEUFERT, EDWARD C, Physician of 25 East Wash- 
ington Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1873 in Wurzburg, 
Germany. He is professor of clinical medicine in the Chicago 
College of Medicine and Surgery; physician-in-chief of the 
American Hospital and Training School for Nurses; and 
attending physician to St. Elizabeth's Hospital. He is the 
author of A Book on Medical Treatment and numerous mon- 
ographs. 

SEWARD, FREDERICK W., Physician of 200 West 
Seventieth Street, Goshen. N.Y., was born in 1845. In 1866 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ver- 
mont. He is proprietor of the Interpines. 

SEWARD, JOHN PERRY, Physician and Educator of 
616 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Dec. 20, 
1868, in Philadelphia, Pa. He was educated in public and 
private schools of Wilmington, Del ; New York College Uni- 
versity ; graduated from the New York Homoepathic Medical 
College and Flower Hospital in 1893 ; and received the de- 
grees of A.B. and M.D. In 1911 he was president of the 
Homoepathic Medical Society. County of New York ; in 1894- 

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1902 was demonstrator of anatomy, lecturer of anatomy, 
lecturer and professor of Materia Medica at the New York 
Homrepathic Medical College ; and was professor of hygiene 
and dietetics to the New York Medical College and Hospital 
for W'om.en. He is now professor of practice to the New York 
Medical College and Hospital for Women; attending physi- 
cian to Hahnemann Hospital ; consulting physician to Laura 
Franklin Hospital ; also consulting gastro-enterologist to the 
Broad Street Hospital. He is a member of the American 
Institute of Homoepathy; Homoepathy Medical Society of 
the County and State of New York ; the Academy of Patho- 
logical Science ; and is also a member of Columbia University 
Club, Dunham Club and the Phi Beta Kappa Society. 

SHAFFER, NEWTON MELMAN, Physician, Surgeon 
and Orthopedist of 31 East Forty-ninth Street, New York 
City, was born Feb. 14, 1846, in Kinderhook, N.Y. In 1867 
he received the degree of M.D. from the New York Univer- 
sity Medical College. Since 1868 has been engaged first in 
private practice and subsequently as an orthopedic surgeon. 
In 1876-98 he was surgeon in chief of the New York Ortho- 
pedic Dispensary and Hospital; an in 1898-1911 was pro- 
fessor of orthopedic surgery at Cornell University Medical 
College. He is the founder of the American Orthopedic Asso- 
ciation, of which ho has been president. 

SHAMBAUGH, GEORGE ELMER, Physician of 122 
South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 15, 
1869, in Clinton County, Iowa. He is otologist at the Pi-esby- 
terian Hospital ; and professor of otology and laryngology in 
Rush Medical College. He is ex-president of the Chicago 
Lai-yngological and Otological Society. 

SHARPLES, CASPER W.,Physician of 520 Burke Build- 
ing, Seattle, Wash., was born in 1866. In 1888 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He 
is president of the North Pacific Surgical Association. 

SHATTUCK, FREDERICK CHEEVER, Educator and 
Physician of 135 Mai'lborough Sti-eet, Boston, Mass., was 
born in 1847. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard Medical School. He has been professor of clin- 
ical medicine at Harvard University. 

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SHAW, ARTHUR LEE, Physician of Craig- Colony for 
Epileptics of Sonyea, N.Y., was born Aug. 26, 1885, in Ithaca, 
N.Y. About 1910 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Syracuse University Colleg-e of Medicine. He has been first 
assistant physician, New Jersey State Village for epileptics 
at Skillman, N.J. He is now physician-in-charge Admission 
Service Craig Colony for Epileptics. He is also the secre- 
tary-treasurer of the National Association for the Study of 
Epilepsy. 

SHAW, THOMAS BOND, Physician of 24 Oxford Street, 
Worcester, Mass., was born Dec. 3, 1866, in Worcester, Mass. 
In 1890 he received the degree of A.B. from Yale Univer- 
sity; in 1893 received the degree of M.D. from Dartmouth 
Medical College ; and is a post-graduate student at the Roo- 
sevelt and other hospitals ; also studied in Vienna and Paris. 
In 1896 he began to practice at Worcester; and is staff 
surgeon to the Second Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. He 
is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the Wor- 
cester District Society, the American Academy of Medicitie, 
the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, 
the Dartmouth College Alumni Association and the Alumni 
Association of Kings County Hospital, at Brooklyn, N.Y. 
He is also a member of the Automobile, Tatassit Canoe, 
Commonwealth, Lakeside Boat, Yale, University, Graduates' 
and Lake Placid Clubs. 

SHELDON, EDWARD BREWSTER, Playwright of 19 
Gramercy Park, New York City, was born Feb. 4, 1886, in 
Chicago, 111. He is the author of Salvation Nell; The Nigger; 
The Boss ; The Princess Zim-Zim ; and other plays. 

SHELTON, GEORGE GREGORY, Physician of Ridg- 
field, Conn., was born Aug. 24, 1853, in Birmingham, Conn. 
In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the New York 
Homoepathic Medical College. From 1883 he has practiced 
medicine ; and is now emeritus professor of materia medica 
in the New York Homoepathic Medical College. He has trav- 
eled extensively in Europe, Egypt, America, Alaska, Mexico 
and the West Indies. He has retired from active business; 
and is vice-president of the First National bank of Ridge- 
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SHEPHERD, BANKS A., Physician of Lexington, Miss., 
was born May 14, 1855, in Dadeville, Ala. In 1877 he gra- 
duated from Vanderbilt University and from Nashville 
University. Since 1890 he has been district surgeon of var- 
ious railroads; for four years was a member of the Missis- 
sippi State Board of Health ; and has filled numerous other 
positions of trust and honor. 

SHEPPARD, FRANCIS MARION, Physician and States- 
man of Waynesboro, Miss., was born Dec. 22, 1868, in Mon- 
ticello. Miss. In 1893 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from 
the University of Louisville. In 1896 he was a member of 
congress. 

SHEPPARD, .lOHN EVANS, Physician and Educator of 
130 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born June 1,1859, 
in Greenwich, N.J. He is consulting aurist to the Brooklyn 
Eye and Ear, Brooklyn Jewish, and St. Catherine's Hospi- 
tals. Since 1895 he has been professor of otology in the Long 
Island College Hospital. 

SHERTZER, A. TREGO, Naval Officer, Physician, Sur- 
geon, Genealogist and Author of 25 West Preston Street, 
Baltimore, Md., was born May 16,1844, in Lancaster County, 
Pa. In 1869 he received the degree of M.D. from the Univer- 
sityu of Maryland. He is the author of the History of The 
Trego Family and other woi-ks. 

SHERWOOD-DUNN, BERKELY, Physician, Banker and 
Authoi-, of Waldorf-Astoria, New York City. He is president 
of the New York and Delaware Railroad Company, and the 
Aiken Ti'ust and Savings bank; vice-president of the First 
National bank of Aiken ; and dii-ector of the bank of Wagen- 
er, S.C. He is the author of Medical Education in France; 
How I Married in Fiance ; From Obscurity to Fame in One 
Day; and other works. 

SHINE, FRANCIS EPPES, Physician and Surgeon cf 
Bisbee, Ariz., was born Jan. 13, 1871, in St. Augustine, Fla. 
In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Virginia. In 1901-02 he was instructor of surgery in the 
medical department of Cornell University. He is chief sur- 
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surgeon of Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company 
of Bisbee, Ariz. He is a fellow of the American College of 
Surgeons; and a member of the Medical Reserve Corps of 
United States Army. 

SHIRLEY, JOHN FLETCHER, Physician and Capitalist 
of Honea Path, S.C., was born March 14, 1858, in Honea 
Path, S.C. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Maryland. He is a member of the firm of Finly 
and Shirley. 

SHURLY, BURT RUSSELL, Physician and College Dean 
of 544 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich., was born July 4, 
1871, in Chicago, 111. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Detroit College of Medicine. He is dean of the 
Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery. 

SHUTE, DANIEL KERFOOT, Physician and Author of 
1719 De Sales Street, Washington, D.C., was born Oct. 22, 
1858, in Alexandria, Va. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Columbian University. He is the author of 
A First Book in Organic Evolution. 

SICKELS, WALTER, Physician of 201 Newton Avenue, 
Astoria, L.I., N.Y., was born Aug. 11, 1870, in New York 
City. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from the New 
York University. In 1889-92 he was assistant chemist in the 
New York University Medical Library. He has been resident 
physician to Loomis Hospital and to St. Mary's Hospital for 
Children. He is examining physician for the New York and 
Queen's County railroad employes, and for the Equitable 
Life and other insurance and fraternal orders. 

SILL, ELISHA MATHER, Physician of 75 Essex Street, 
New York City, was born in 1873 in Geneva, N.Y. In 1898 
he received the degree of M.D. from the New York Univer- 
sity. He is attending physician to the Good Samaritan Hos- 
pital. He is the author of The Child, Its Care, Diet and 
Common Ills. 

SIMMONS, GEORGE H., Physician of 535 North Dear- 
born Street, Chicago, 111., was born Jan. 2, 1853, in England. 
In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann 
Medical College. In 1899-1911 he was general secretary of 

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the American Medical Association ; and since 1899 editor of 
the American Medical Association Journal. 

SIMMONS, SHERMAN EDWARDS,Physician and Bank- 
er of 13 East Main Street, Norwalk, Ohio, was bora Nov. 6, 
1861, in Hinton, Ohio. In 1881 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Pulte Medical College. He is president of the 
Citizens' Banking- Company. 

SIMON, CARLETON, Physician, Writer and Lecturer of 
114 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 
28, 1871, in New York City. He discovered the sleep center 
in the brain ; and is the inventor of the Simon spygmograph 
to measure pulse tracings. He is the author of The Line 
Between Crime and Insanity ; Inheritance ; and other works. 

SIMON, CHARLES E., Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 1734 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md., was born Sept. 23, 
1866, in Baltimore, Md. In 1890 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is the author of 
Clinical Diagnosis and Physiological Chemistry. 

SIMONS, FRANK EDGAR, Physician and Surgeon of 
Canajoharie, N.Y., was born April 28, 1851, in Phoenix, N. 
Y. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the Albany 
Medical College. He is surgeon to the New York Central and 
Hudson River Railroad Company; and a member of the 
leading medical associations. 

SIMPSON, CHARLES EDWARD, Physician, Surgeon 
and Banker of Norway, Iowa, was born July 12, 1873, in 
Iowa. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. from the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. He is president of the First National 
bank. 

SIMPSON, .lAMES ASA, Surgeon of 15005 Cimarron 
Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born Jan. 4, 1874, in TTi-oy, 
Eexas. He was educated at Vanderbilt University. He has 
been chief surgeon and division surgeon of several railroads; 
and is now surgeon in the ITnited States Army. He has 
attained success as a gynecologist and obstetrician. He is 
now stationed in Manila, R.T. 

SIMPSON, JOHN NATHAVYN, Physician of Morgan- 
town, W.Va., was born in 1869. In 1902 he received the 

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degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. He is 
dean of the West Virginia University College of Medicine. 

SIMS, Wn.LIAM P., Surgeon and Statesman of Bisbee, 
Ariz., was born June 22, 1874, in Millersburg, Tenn. In 1911 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Memphis, He is state senator. 

SEAMAN, LOUIS LIVINGSTON, Surgeon and Author 
of 147 Fifth Avenue, New York City, was born Oct. 12, 1851, 
in Newburg", N.Y. He served as surgeon during the Spanish- 
American War ; and is surgeon-general of the Spanish- Amer- 
ican War Veterans. He is the author of Observations in 
China and other works. 

SKEEL, FRANKLIN DEUEL, Ophthalmologist of 361 
Mock Street, New York City, was born in Feb. 1851 in Sterl- 
ing Valley, N.Y. Since 1895 he has been surgeon to the New 
York Eye Infirmary. 

SKILLING, WILLIAM QUALL, Physician of 118 East 
Main Street, Lonaconing, Md., was born Oct. 20, 1859, in' 
Ashland, Ohio. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Maryland Medical School. He is the au- 
thor of Intra-Peritoneal Ruptures of the Bladder and other 
works. 

SKINNER, CLARENCE EDWARD, Physician of 67 
York Square, New Haven, Conn., was born June 8, 1868, in 
New Haven, Conn. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Yale University. He is the author of Therapeutics 
of Dry Hot Air. 

SKINNER, HENRY, Physician and Entomologist of 
Philadelphia, Pa., was born March 27, 1861, in Philadelphia, 
Pa. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania. He is the author of numerous papers 
on original researches in entomology. 

SLEGHT, BEVIER HAS BROUCK, Physician and Au- 
thor of 644 Clinton Avenue, Newark, N.J., was born Sept. 
13, 1857, in Sleghtsburg, N.Y. In 1882 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is 
the author of A Medical Work. 

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SLOAN, GEORGE A., Neurologist and Physician of 241 
West Ferry Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born in April 1877 in 
Buffalo, N.Y. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Buffalo. He is attending neurologist to 
Erie County Hospital. He is a member of the Academy of 
Medicine of Erie County and other organizations. 

SLOAN, JOHN RANDOLPH, Physician and Surgeon of 
Stanley, Kan., was born Jan. 18, 1851, in Green County, Ind. 
In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the Kansas 
City Medical College. He is a member of several medical 
associations. 

SLOAN, MARY N., Physician of 241 West Ferry Street, 
Buffalo, N.Y., was born in 1877 in Buffalo, N.Y. In 1900 She 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Buffalo. 
She is a member of the Women's Medical Club. 

SLUSS, .JOHN WILLIAM, Surgeon and Author of Indi- 
anapolis, Ind., was born Aug. 27,1867, in Cloverdale, Indiana. 
In 1893 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
College of Indiana. Since 1905 he has been professor of 
clinical surgery in the Indiana University Medical School. 
He is the author of Emergency Surgery, 

SMART, SAMUEL JAMES, Physician, Druggist and 
Banker of Logansport, La., was born Sept. 13, 1851, in Lees- 
ville, 111. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Tulane University. He is president of the bank of Logans- 
port. 

SMEDLEY, NATHAN JAY, Physician and Surgeon and 
Author of 3730 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111., was bom Jan. 
25, 1863, in Belvidere, 111. He graduated from Northwestern 
University Medical School in 1887, and has since been eng- 
aged in the practice of his profession in Chicago. He is 
associated with Emma J. Warren, M. D. ; Superintendent of 
the Warren Hospital, Ellis Avenue; pi-esident of the Ger- 
man-American Surgical Company of New York, physicians' 
supplies; and a medical director of the Royal T^ife Insurance 
Company. He is a member of the Chicago Medical and Illi- 
nois Medical Societies, and American Medical Association: 
member of I.O.F. ; Union Park I^dge, A.F.A.M. ; York Chap- 

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ter St. Bernards Commandery and the Shrine; and other 
fraternal organizations. 

SMITH, ABRAM ALEXANDER, Physician of 18 West 
Fiftyfirst Street, New York City, was born March 25, 1847, 
in Wantage, N.J. Since 1898 he has been professor of prin- 
ciples and practice of medicine and clinical medicine in the 
University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Colleges; and is 
consulting physician to various hospitals. 

SMITH, ALAN WELCH, Physician and Surgeon of Port- 
land, Ore., was born Sept. 13, 1871, in Dunkirk, Md. In 1895 
he received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of Baltimore Maryland. He has been 
president of the Portland City Board of Health; and presi- 
dent of the Portland Medical Society. 

SMITH, ALDEN E., Physician of 126 Stephenson Street, 
Freeport, 111., was born in 1860. In 1884 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Chicago Homoepathic Medical College. 
He is pi'esident of the Rock River Institute of Homoepathy. 
SMITH, ALICE MAUDE, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 11031/2 South C. Street, Tacoma, Wash., was born 
Jan. 14, 1867, in Quebec, Canada. In 1896 she received the 
degree of M.D. from the Noi'thwestern University. She has 
taken special studies in the universities of Chicago and Wis- 
consin. She organized the training school for nurses at the 
State Hospital at Tewkesbury, Mass. ; and in 1897 reorgan- 
ized the Jackson Park Sanitarium for Children in Chicago. 
She is professor of social hygiene in the University of Puget 
Sound at Tacoma. She is the author of Study in Heredity; 
A Study in Hygiene and other medical works. 

SMITH, ALLEN JOHN, Physician, Pathologist and Au- 
thor of Philadelphia, Pa., was born Dec. 8, 1863, in New 
York City. In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. Since 1903 he has been pro- 
fessor of the University of Chicago. He is the author of 
Lessons and Laboratory Exercises in Bacteriology. 

SMITH, CHARLES DENNISON, Physician of 12 Arse- 
nal Street, Portland, Maine, was born in 1855. In 1879 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Medical School of 
Maine. He is president of the Maine State Board of Health. 

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SMITH, CHARLES NORTH, Physician of 234 Michigan 
Avenue, Toledo, Ohio, was born in 1860, In 1882 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege. He is president of the American Association of Obste- 
tricians and Gynecologists. 

SMITH, CLARENCE AUSTIN, Physician and Surgeon 
of 719-722 Cobb Building, Seattle, aWsh., was born Jan. 24, 
1861, in Derby, Conn. In 1887 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Columbia University. He has been president of 
the Washington State Medical Association. He is editor-in- 
chief of the Northwest Medicine Journal. 

SMITH, DAVID THOMAS, Physician, Lawyer and Au- 
thor of 125 East Broadway, Louisville, Ky., was born Nov. 
12, 1840, in Hardin County, Ky. In 1903 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Detroit College of Medicine and Sur- 
gery, He is a lecturer on medical jurisprudence in the 
University of Louisville, Ky, He is the author of Obstetric 
Problems and other works, 

SMITH, DEAN TYLER, Educator, Physician and Author 
of 712 East Washington Street, Ann Arbor, Mich,, was born 
Sept. 9, 1860, in Portland, Mich. In 1887 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Chicago Homoepathic Medical College. 
He is professor of surgery and clinical surgery in the Uni- 
versity of Michigan Homoepathic College. 

SMITH, EDWARD WIER, Physician of 34 West Main 
Street, Meriden, Conn., was born Oct. 17, 1854, in Meriden, 
Conn. He received a preparatory education at Hopkins 
Grammar School, New Haven, Conn. ; in 1878 received the 
degree of A.B, from Yale University ! was a student of Yale^ 
Medical School one year; and in 1882 received the degree of 
M.D. from McGill I^niversity of Montreal, Canada. Since 
1882 he has practiced in Meriden, Conn. ; and is surgeon to 
Meriden Hospital. He has been president of New Haven 
County Medical Association ; and is a member of the State 
Committee for National Defense. He is a member of the 
Connecticut State Medical Society, the Meriden and New 
Haven County Medical Societies, the American Medical As- 
sociation and the American Academy of Medicine. 

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SMITH, ELSWORTH S., Physician and Educator of 4502 
Maryland Street, St. Louis, Mo., was born Jan. 1, 1864, in 
St. Louis, Mo. He has received the degrees of A.B. and A.M. 
from St. Louis University; and M.D. in 1887 from the St. 
Louis Medical College. He was junior and assistant phy- 
sician and assistant superintendent to St. Louis City Hos- 
pital ; in 1890-99 demonstrator in anatomy and instructor in 
physical diagnosis and assistant in the medical clinic of St. 
Louis Medical College ; and has been physician to St. Louis 
City Hospital. He is clinical professor of medicine at Wash- 
ington University Medical School and physician-in-chief to 
St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital. He is also physician to St. 
Luke's Hospital ; consulting physician to the Jewish Hospi- 
tal, Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital and St. Louis 
Maternity Hospital. He is a m.ember of the American Phy- 
sicians St. Louis Medical Society, St. Louis Society of Inter- 
nal Medicine, the Mission State Medical Society and the 
American Medical Association and of various clubs. 

SMITH, ETHAN HENRY, Surgeon of 701 Phelan Build- 
ing, San Francisco, Cal., was born March 14,1864, in Berrien 
County, Mich. In 1883-84 he was a student in the medical 
department of the University of Michigan; and in 1889 re- 
ceived the degree- of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College of New York City. Since 1904 he has been professor 
of orthopedic surgery and clinical surgery, and in 1908-13 
was a trustee and dean of the faculty, in the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of San Francisco, Cal. He is sur- 
geon to the San Francisco Hospital ; and orthopedic surgeon 
to the Northwestern Pacific Railway. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, the Medical Society of the 
State of California, the San Francisco County Medical So- 
ciety and the Western Orthopedic Club. 

SMITH, EUGENE HANES, Educator and Dentist of 
283 Dartmouth Street, Boston, Mass., was born Oct. 23, 
1853, in Oldtown, Maine. He was educated at the Allen 
English and Classical School of Newton, Mass., and in 1874 
graduated from the Harvard Dental School. Since 1895 he 
has been dea,n of the Harvard Dental School. For two terms, 

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he was president of the American Academy of Dental 
Science ; and is a member of the American Dental Associa- 
tion, the Massachusetts Dental Society and the New York 
Institute of Stomatology. He is a contributor of numerous 
professional papers to the Proceedings of Dental Societies 
and scientific publications. He is a member of the Boston 
Club, the University Club, the Harvard Union Club, the 
Oakley Country Club and the Harvard Club of Boston, Mass. 

SMITH, EUGENE RILEY, Physician and Surgeon of 
Toledo, Iowa, was born Oct 4, 1851, in Fagundus, Pa. In 
1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical 
ollege. He has been surgeon and director to the Home Med- 
ical and Surgical Infirmary of Toledo, Iowa; and has been 
United States examining surgeon. 

WADSWORTH, CHARLES CURTIS, Physician of 2610 
California Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born May 27, 
1849, in Madison, Ohio. In 1874 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
He is secretary of the Board of Examiners. 

SMITH, EVERETT R., Physician and Surgeon of 520 
West Seventh Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1846 in 
Vermont. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. fi'om th^ 
Rush Medical College. He is vice-president of the California 
Hospital Company. 

SMITH, FRANK TRESTER, Physician of 826 Market 
Street, Chattanooga, Tenn., was born March 2, 1853. in 
Aurora, Ind. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Michigan. Since its formation in 1889 he 
has been comiected with the Chattanooga Medical College. 

SMITH, .JOSEPH LYCUR(iUS, Physician and Banker of 
Hoagland, Ind., was born Feb. 7, 1852, in Ohio. In 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical Col- 
lege. He is president of the Hoagland State bank. 

SMITH, .lULIA HOLMES, Retired Physician of 839 
North Dearborn Sti'eet, Chicago, 111., was l)orn Dec. 23, 1839, 
in Savannah, Ga. She is the widow of Sal)in Smith of New 
London, Conn. In 1877-1911 she was engaged in active med- 
ical practice in Chicago. She has been a trustee of the Uni- 

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versity of Illinois, the first woman trustee; three times 
president of the Chicago Woman's Club; secretary of the 
Chicago Homo-pathic Society; and president of the Wilson 
and Marshall Organization. She is president of the Illinois 
Woman's Democratic League ; and is a member of the Fort- 
nightly Club, the Chicago Womlan's Club, the Alternate Club, 
the Twentieth Century Club ; the Illinois Woman's Press 
Association, the Press League, the American Institute of 
Homoepathy; a director of the Illinois Training School for 
Nurses ; and a contributor to medical and literary magazines 
and newspapers. 

SMITH, MATHEW M., Physician of Southwestern Life 
Building, Dallas, Texas, was born in 1864. In 1891 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D, from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He is editor of the Texas Medical News. 

SMITH, MORGAN, Physician of State National Bank 
Building, Roanoke, La., was born in 1868. In 1906 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Vanderbilt University. 
He is dean of the medical department. University of Arkan- 
sas. 

SMITH, MYRON W., Physician of Red Wink, Minn., was 
born Oct. 27, 1871, in Rockford, 111. In 1890 he received the 
degree of B.S. from the University of North Dakota; and in 
1895 received the degree of M.D. and in 1894 the degree of 
Ch.B. from Boston University. For two years he practiced 
medicine in Oil City, Pa. ; in 1898 came to Red Wing ; and is 
chief-of-staff to Red Wing Hospital. He is now president of 
Goodhue County Sanatorium Commission ;and county health 
officer of Goodhue County. In 1916 he was president of the 
^oodhue County Medical Society; is a fellow of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association, the Southern Minnesota Medical 
Society ; and is a member of Minnesota State Medical Asso- 
ciation. 

SMITH, ROBERT PERCY, Physician of Cobb Building, 
Seattle, Wash., was born in 1868. In 1891 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Baltimore. He is president of the State Board of Medical 
Examiners. 

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SMITH, WILLIAM H., Physician and Surgeon of Shell 
Rock, Iowa, was born Feb. 9, 1851, in Sheboygan County, 
Wis. In 1878 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from the 
Northwestern University Medical School. He has been health 
officer of Shell Rock; and is local surgeon to the Chicago, 
Rock Island and Pacific railroad. 

SMITH, WILLIAM MORGAN, Physician of 111 North 
Alfred Street, Alexandria, Va., was born in 1859. In 1880 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mary- 
land. He is president of the State Board of Health. 

SMITH, WILLIAM WALTER, Clergyman and Physician 
of 73 Fifth Avenue, New York City, was born May 27, 1868, 
in New York City. He has received the degrees of A.B., A.M. 
and in 1895 the degree of M.D. from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of New York City. In 1886-92 he was a 
lay reader in the Heavenly Rest of New York City; wai» 
curate in 1892-1900; in 1902 was founder and missionary of 
Christ church of Bronxville; in 1901-07 was also chaplain 
of the House of Refuge; and since 1909 has been curate of 
St. Andrew's church of New York City. He is the author of 
Sunday School Teaching ; The Doctrines of the Church ; The 
History and Use of the Prayer Book ; Religious Education ; 
and other works. 

SMITH, WINFORD HENRY, Physician and Author of 
Johns Hopkins Hospital of Baltimore, Md., was born July 
11, 1877 in West Scraboro, Maine. In 1899 he received the 
degree of A.B, from the Bowdoin College; and in 1903 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. In 1903-05 he was interne and resident gynecologist 
in the Lakeside Hospital of Cleveland, Ohio ; in 1905-06 \vas 
hospital physician in the health department of New York 
City; and in 1906-09 was superintendent of Hartford Hos- 
pital of Connecticut. In 1909-11 he was general medical 
superintendent of the Bellevue and Allied Hospital in New 
York City; and since 1911 has been superintendent of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital of Baltimore, Md. In 1917 he was 
major in the Medical Reserve Corps on the staff of the 
surgeon-general of the Army at Washington, D.C. In 19 IG 

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he was president of the American Hospital Association. Tie 
is a member of the Maryland Club, the Country Club, and 
the Elkridge Kennejs. He is the author of numerous papers 
of medical and on subjects relating to hospital management. 

SMITHIES, FRANK, Physician of 30 North Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 21, 1878, in Elland, 
Yorkshire, England. He has been instructor in medicine and 
demonstrator of clinical medicine in the University of Mich- 
igan ; physician to the University Hospital of Ann Arbor, 
Mich. ; assistant pathologist to the Moabit Hospital, Berlin, 
Germany; and gastroenterologist to the Mayo Clinic, Ro- 
chester, Minn. He is now gastro-enterologist to the Augus- 
tana Hospital ; and medical directo-in-chief of the Cential 
Business Men's Association of Chicago. He is the author of 
Cancer of the Stomach and other works ; associate editor of 
The Physicians and Surgeons, Ann Arbor, Mich. ; and is a 
fellow of the Gastro-enterological Society ; and a life member 
of the Press Club. 

SMITHWICK, JOHN WASHINGTON PEARCE, Physi- 
cian, Surgeon and Author of La Grange, N.C., was born 
Aug. 19, 1870, in Bertie County, N.C. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is 
the author of The Young Mountaineer ; and The Passing of 
the Negro Race and other works. 

SNODGRASS, BOYD B., Physician and Surgeon of Ro- 
chester, Pa. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Marian Sims College of Medicine. He is president of the 
Rochester Board of Health. 

SNYDER, EDWARD EUGENE, Physician of 27 Mmi 
Street, Binghamton, N.Y., was born in Newark Valley, N.Y. 
He was educated in the public schools and Academy of 
Tioga County ; graduated from Hahnemann College in 1872 ; 
received licensed for New York and Pennsylvania; reiceived 
the degree of M.D. and is a post-gi-aduate of London and 
Vienna. He is consulting physician to Binghamton City Hos- 
pital. He is a member of the Amierican Institute: of Homoe- 
pathy. New York State Homoepathic Medical and Interstate 
Medical Societies, the Southern Trio Medical and Broome 

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County Homoepathic Medical Societies; is also a member of 
the State Board of Medical Examiners of New York. 

SNYDER, OTHA W. F., Physician of 177 North State 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1849. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Physicians Medical Institutd 
He makes a specialty of Obesity Treatments. 

SOLLMANN, TORALD HERMANN, Educator, Physi- 
cian, Scientist and Author of 4327 Superior Street, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, was born Feb. 10, 1874, in Ge.rmany. In 1896 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Western Reserve Uni- 
versity. Since 1904 he has been professor of pharmacology 
and materia medica at the Western Reserve Medical Col- 
lege. 

SOMERS, ANDREW B., Physician and Surgeon of 44G 
Brandeis Building, Omaha, Neb., was born Aug. 24, 1847, in 
Greensboro. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. He 
has been president of the Omaha and Missouri Valley Med- 
ical Societies. 

SOPER, HORACE WENDELL, Physician of 316 Wall 
Building, St. Louis, Mo., was born Aug. 25, 1867, in Hills- 
boro. 111. He was educated in the public schools of Ramsey : 
at Jacksonville. High School ; and in 1894 received the degree 
of M.D. from the medical department of Washington Uni- 
versity. In 1906-07 he also took post-graduate work at Vien- 
na, Berlin and Paris. For one year he was assistant physician 
to the City Hospital, practiced medicine in St. Louis until 
1908, his practice now being limited to disease of the diges- 
tive system. He is a member of the Medical Society of the 
City Hospital Alumni, the St. Louis Medical Society, the 
Missouri State and American Medical Association and the 
American Gastro-Enterological Association. He is also a 
member of the Ethical Society and the University Club. 

SORKNESS, PAUL, Physician and Surgeon of Faigo, 
N.D., was born Oct. 17, 1867, in Wisconsin. In 1895 he re- 
ceived the degi'ee of M.D. from the College of Medicine and 
Surgery of the LIniversity of Minnesota. He is serving his 
second term of 1914-17 as president of the State Board of 
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SOUCHON, EDMOND, Educator, Physician and Invent- 
or of 2403 St. Charles Street, New Orleans, La., was born 
Dec. 1, 1841, in Opelousas, La. In 1867 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Tulane University of Louisiana. lr( 
1885-1915 he was professor of anatomy and clinical surgery 
at Tulane University. 

SOUTH, JOHN G., Physician of McClure Building, Frank- 
fort, Ky., was born in 1873. In 1897 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Louisville. He is president 
of the State Board of Health. 

SOUTH, LILLIAN HERALD, Physician of Bowling 
Green, Ky., was born in 1878. In 1904 she received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Woman 's Medical College of Pennsyl- 
vania. She is president of the Association of Southern Med- 
ical Women. 

SOUTHARD, WILLIAM FREEMAN, Physician and 
Editor of 760 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born 
in San Francisco, Cal. In 1872 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Harvard University Medical School. He is pro- 
fessor in the College P. and S. He is editor of the Pacific 
Medical Journal. 

SOUTHWORTH, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Physician 
and Surgeon of 723 Fidelity Building, Tacoma, Wash., was 
born Feb. 7, 1860, in Thedford, Ont. In 1887 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the State University of Iowa. For two 
years he was president of the Tacoma Art League. He is the 
author of True Metaphysical Science. 

SPALDING, JAMES ALFRED, Physician and Author of 
627 Congress Street, Portland, Maine, was born Aug. 20, 
1846, in Portland, N.H. In 1870 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. He is the 
author of The Sympathetic Diseases of the Eye. 

SPALDING, WARREN CLYDE, Physician, Surgeon and 
Poet of 202 West One Hundred Tthird Street, New York 
City, was born in 1857 in Rensselaer, N.Y. In 1881 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. 
He has been surgeon to the Omaha Remedial Institute. 

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SPEARS, WILLIAM T., Physician, Surgeon and Poet of 
Rutledg-e, Ga., was born Sept. 10, 1854, in Morgan County, 
Ga. In 1884 he received the degree of M.D. from the Atlanta 
Medical College. He is the author of Sentiments of Leisure 
Hours. 

SPECHT, JOHN, Physician of West Superior, Wis., was 
born June 22, 1860, in Black River Falls, Wis. In 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the College of Physiciart^s 
and Surgeons of Keokuk, Iowa. He was the founder and at 
one time president of the Douglas County Medical Society. 

SPENCER, HUNTER B., Physician of 217 East Main 
Street, Staunton, Va. In 1907 he i-eceived the degree of M. 
D. from the University College of Medicine. He is dean of 
the Staunton Post-Graduate Medical School. 

SPENZER, JOHN GEORGE, Physician, Chemist and 
Author of 420 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio, was born 
Sept. 6, 1864, in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1884 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Western Reserve University. Since 
1896 he has been professor of general and medical chemistry 
at the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is 
the author of the Principles of Pharmacology and other 
works. 

SPILLER, WILLIAM H., Physician of 307 Second Ave- 
nue, New York City. In 1894 he received the degiee of M.D. 
from the University of Virginia. He is editor of the Journal 
of Mental and Nervous Diseases. 

SPINK, MARY ANGELA, Physician of 1140 East Mar- 
ket Street, Indianapolis, Ind., was boi-n Nov. 18, 1863, in 
Washington, Ind. In 1887 he received the degree of INT.D. 
from the Medical College of Indiana. She is president of the 
Dr. W. B. Fletcher's Sanatorium. 

SPITZKA, EDWARD ANTHONY, Anatomist, Physcan 
and Educator of 63 East Ninety-fn-st Street, New York City. 
He received the Devoe Prize at the College of the City of 
New York ; and the degree of M.D. in 1902 from the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1906-14 he was piofessor of 
general anatomy at Jcflei-son Medical College; and directo' 
of Daniel Baugh Institution of Anatomy. He is the author 

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of Articles on Brain Anatomy. He is a fellow of the Amer- 
ican Philosophical Society; member of the Comimittee the 
Chamber of Commerce of New York, the Society of Colonial 
Wars, and of the Engineers and Bayside Yacht Club. 

SPIVAK, CHARLES DAVID, Educator, Librarian, Phy- 
sician and Author of 1421 Court Place, Denver, Colo., was 
born Dec. 25, 1861, in Russia. He has been professor of 
clinical medicine at the Denver and Gross Medical School. 

SPRADLING, RICHARD HARGRANE, Physician of 141 
South Twelfth Street, Lincoln, Neb., was born in 1863. In 
1904 he received the degree of M.D. from the Omaha Med- 
ical College. He is dean of the Cotner University Medical 
College, Medical Department of Cotner University. 

SPRENG, THEODORE FREDERICK HENRY, Physi- 
cian and Surgeon of 110 Davidson Building, Sioux City, 
Iowa, was born Feb. 20, 1853, in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1879 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical 
College. He has been president of the Hahnemann Medical 
Association of Iowa. 

SQUIER, J. BENTLY, Physician of 49 East Forty-ninth 
Street, New York City, was born in 1873. In 1894 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Columbia University. He 
is president of the American Urological Association. 

STAFFORD, CHARLES D., Physician of Kemmerer, 
Wyo., was born in 1876. In 1897 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Fort Wayne College of Medicine. He is pres- 
ident of the State Board of Medical Examiners. 

STANTON, SAMUEL CECIL, Physician of 159 North 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born June 28, 1856, in New- 
tonville, Mass. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Northwestern University Medical School. He was secre- 
tary of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United 
States. He is a member of the editorial staff of the Journal 
of the American Medical Association. 

STAPLES, HENRY LORING, Physician and Author of 
405 Andrus Building, Minneapolis, Minn. In 1886 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical School of Maine. He is.' 
professor of clinical medicine in the University of Minne- 
sota. He is the author of The Minerals of Parsonfield. 

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STARK, MEYER M., Physician and Surgeon of 106 East 
Eig-hty-first Street, New York City, was born in 1876 in 
New York City. In 1895 he received the degree of A.B. from 
the College of the City of New York; gi-aduated from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1899 ; and graduated 
as house-surgeon of the Post-Graduate Mount Sinai Hospi- 
tal. He was commissioned to the United States Army Med- 
ical Reserve Corps; and is adjunct attending surgeon to 
Sydenham Hospital. He is a member of the Amei'ican Med- 
ical Association, New York State, New York County and 
New York Academy Medical Associations ; and of the Meti'o- 
politan, Harlem, Eastern and Mt. Sinai Alumnaes. 

STARR, LOUIS, Physician and Author of 1818 South 
Rittenhouse Square; Philadelphia, Pa., was born in Phila- 
delphia, Pa. In 1871 he received received the degree of M.D^ 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of 
Hygiene of the Nursery and other works. 

STARR, MOSES ALLEN, Physician and Author of 111 
Broadway, New York City, was born May 16, 1854, in 
Brooklyn, N.Y. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is the author of Text-books on Nervous Diseases. 

STEARNS, HENRY S., Physician of 45 West Fifty- 
eighth Street, New York City, was born Dec. 4, 1861, in 
Yonkers, N.Y. He is director of John N. Stearns and Com- 
pany. He has been president of the New York County Med- 
ical Society; and president of the Society of the Alumni of 
Bellevue Hospital. 

STEDMAN, CHESTER JEWETT, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Fort Canby, Pacific Coast, Wash., was born May 6, 
1878, in Brown's Island, W.Va. About 1898 he received his 
medical degree from the Baltimoi'e Medical College, and is 
a graduate of the United States Army Medical School. In 
1903 he invented a section lifter and slide holder foi* use in 
pathologic laboratoi"ies. He has been first lieutenant and 
captain in the United States Aimy Medical Cori^s, and in 
1910-11 was in private practice in Portland, Ore. He is now 
physician to the United States Engineer Department, Co- 
lumbia River Jetty Project. 

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STEDMAN, HENRY RUST, Physician of 48 Beacon 
Street, Boston, Mass., was born Sept. 19, 1849, in Boston, 
Mass. He recived a preparatory education at the Boston 
Latin School; in 1871 received the degree of M.D. from 
Harvard University; and in 1875 from Harvard Medical 
School. He was medical house officer to the Boston City 
Hospital; assistant physician to Edinburgh Royal Asylum, 
West Riding Asylum, Yorkshire, England ; assistant physi- 
cian and acting superintendent to Danvers Insane Hospital ; 
and since 1884 has been superintendent and resident physi- 
cian at Bournewood, Brookline, Mass. He is a member of 
the American Neurological Association, the American Med- 
ico-Psychological Association, the Massachusetts Medical 
Society, the New York Psychitry Society, the Boston Society 
of Medical Improvement and of various other societies. He 
is also a member of the Union, St. Botolph, Harvard and 
Boston Clubs. He is editor of the department of insanity of 
Buck's Reference Handbook of the Medical Sciences; and is 
the author of numerous contributions on mental and ner- 
vous diseases to medical journals and papers. 

STEDMAN, THOMAS LATHROP, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 1425 Broadway, New York City, was born 
Oct. 11, 1853, in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1877 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City, He is the author of Modern Greek Mas- 
tery and other works. 

STEDMAN, WILLIAM G., Physician and Author of 441 
West Avenue, Rochester, N.Y., was born Oct 13, 1859, in 
Perth, Ontario, Canada. He was educated at Perth, Ottawa 
and Toronto, Ont., Canada; and Buffalo, N.Y. ; attended 
Buffalo University, Medical Department; received the de- 
gree of M.D. from Perth Collegiate. He is a member of the 
County, State and American Medical Associations and Ro- 
chester Pathological Society. He is the author of Ti-eatment 
of Burns and other works. 

STEEDLY, BENJAMIN BROADUS, Surgeon of Spar- 
tanburg, S.C, was born Dec. 24, 1874, in Barnwell County, 
S.C. In 1890-92 he was a student in the University of Geor- 

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gia; and in 1901 received the degi-ee of M.D. from tlie Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. He 
also studied in the New York Polyclinic, the New York Post- 
Graduate Medical School and various European Clinics. In 
1902-08 he practiced in Gaffney, S.C.; and since 1909 in, 
Spartanburg, S.C. ; specializing in surgery. He is president 
of the Steedly Hospital Company. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, the Southern Medical Asso- 
ciation, the Tri-State Medical Association and the South 
Carolina Medical Association. He has been president of the 
Spartan Medical Club ; and is a member of the Rotary Club. 
He is the author of several published monographs describ- 
ing original methods in surgical operations. 

STEELE, DANIEL ATKINSON KING, Surgeon of 30 
North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1852, in 
Eden, Ohio. He is president and senior professor of surgery 
in the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois; 
president and surgeon of the University Hospital ; president 
of the consulting staff of the Chicago Tuberculosis Sanita- 
rium ; and consulting surgeon to Michael Reese Hospital. 

STEINER, RALPH, Physician of 312 Scarbrough Build- 
ing, Austin, Texas, was born in 1859. In 1883 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is 
president of the State Board of Health. 

STEINER, WALTER RALPH, Educator, Physician and 
Pathologist of 4 Trinity Street, Hartford, Conn., was born 
Nov. 18, 1870, in Frederick City, Md. He received the de- 
grees of A.B. and A.M. from Yale University, and in 1898 
he received the degiee of M.D. from the John Hopkins Uni- 
versity. In 1901-12 he was pathologist and bacteriologist to 
the Hartford Hospital; and since 1913 has been consulting 
pathologist and bacteriologist to that institution. Since 1912 
he has also been secretary of the congress of American Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons. 

STEINHARDT, IRVING DAVID, Physician and Author 
of 310 West Ninety-ninth Street, New York City, was liorn 
Jan. 19, 1878, in New York City. Pie was educated in tiie 
New York public and preparatory schools; in 1906 he gra- 

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dilated from the College of Physicians and Surgebns; and 
in 1906 received the degree of M.D. from Columbia Univer^ 
sity. He is physician in the department of orthopedic sur- 
gery in the New York Hospital ; attending orthopedic sur- 
geon of Bronx Hospital and Dispensary ; assistant pediatrist 
of Mount Sinai Hospital; and assistant surgeon to Cornell 
University Medical College. He is a member of the Harlem 
and Eastern Medical Associations; New York County and 
New York State Medical Associations; American Medical 
Associatsion, German Medical Society and other organiza- 
tions. He is first lieutenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of 
the United States Army. He is the author of Ten Sex Talks 
to Girls and Ten Sex Talks to Boys ; also the inventor of the 
Steinhardt Weak Foot Plate. 

STELWAGON, HENRY WEIGHTMAN, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 1634 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born Dec. 3, 1853, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1875 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. He is the author of Essentials of Diseases of the 
Skin. 

STENGEL, ALFRED, Physician and Author of 1728 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 3, 1868, in 
Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D. frorti 
the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of A Text- 
book of Pathology. 

STENHOUSE, HENRY MERRITT, Surgeon of 2960 
Denver Place, Denver, Colo., was born Dec. 7, 1889, in Den- 
ver, Colo. He was educated at the University of Colorado; 
and at the United States Naval Medical College of Washing- 
ton, D.C. He is assistant surgeon in the United States Navy; 
and is now stationed in the United States Naval Hospital, 
P.I. 

STEPHENSON, WILLIAM, Physician of War Depart- 
ment, Washington, D.C, was born in 1856. He is colonel in 
the medical department of the United States Army, ' 

STERN, HEINRICH, Physician of 250 West Seventy- 
third Street, New York City, was born in 1868. In 1888 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the St. Louis College of 

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Physicians and Surgeons. He is editor of the Archive o^ 
Ophthalmology. 

STERNE, ALBERT EUGENE, Physician of 1820 East 
Tenth Street, Indianapolis, Ind., was born in 1866. In 1891 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ber^ 
lin. He is sii])erintendent of Norways Sanatorium, Inc. 

STEVENS, CYRUS LEE, Physician of Athens, Pa., was 
born in 1851. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical College of Evansville. He is editor and publisher 
of the Pennsylvania Medical Journal. 

STEVENS, GEORGE THOMAS, Physician Surgeon and 
Author of 40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was 
born July 25, 1832, in Essex County, N.Y. He received thei 
degree of Ph.D. from Union College; and in 1857 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Castleton Medical College. He 
served in the Civil War as assistant surgeon and sui'geon. 
In 1865-80 he practiced in Albany, N.Y., and since 1880 in 
New York City. In 1883 he received the highest prize from 
the Royal Academy of Medicine at Berlin for a treatise on 
Functional Diseases of the Nervous System ;and has devised 
numerous instruments. He is the author of Flora of the 
Adirondacks ; Functional Nervous Diseases and other works. 
STEVENS, JAMES FRANKLIN, Physician and Medical 
Professor of Lincoln, Neb., was born Aug. 19, 1859, in Van 
Buren, 111. Since 1913 he has been professor of Introductory 
Medicine in the University of Nebraska. 

STEVENS, WILLIAM STANFORD, Physician and Fin- 
i ncier of 295 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born June 
13, 1859, in Boston, Mass. In 1883 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. He is 
president of the Northei-n Telephone Company. 

STEVENSON, ANDREW WILLIS, Physician and Sur- 
geon of Yacolt, Wash., was boin July 26, 1882, in Albert 
Lea, Minn. In 1906 he received the degi-ee of M.D. from the 
IMiversity of Illinois. He is president and manager of the 
Stevenson Drug Company; and is a member of the County 
Medical Society; State of Washington Medical Society and 
other organizations. 

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STEVENSON, DAVID WlLtiAM, iPhysician of Union 
National Bank Building, Richmond, Ind., Was born in 1866. 
In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the Rush Med^ 
ical College. He is president of the Union District Medical 
Society. 

STEVENSON, MARK DELIMON, Oculist and Author of 
165 East Market Street, Akron, Ohio, was born Feb. 18, 
1876, in Canada. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. He is the author of Photos- 
copy. 

STEWART, GEORGE TAYLOR, Physician and Surgeon 
of 741 Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Nov. 25, 
1855, in New Milford, Conn. He is superintendent of the 
Hospital Department of Health of New York. 

STEWART, GEORGE WALTER, Educator and Physi- 
cian of 233 South Jefferson Avenue, Saginaw, Mich., was 
born Feb. 22, 1876, in St. Louis, Mo. In 1892 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is pro- 
fessor of physics and head of the department at the State 
University of Iowa. He is the author of several scientific 
articles; and has made valuable researches in architectural 
acoustics; high resistance and kindred topics. 

STEWART, WILLIAM .lOHN SHEAFF, Physician of 
LaGuaria, Venezuelo, was born May 31, 1867, in Reading, 
Pa. He received the degrees of A.B. and M.A. from Trinity 
College; and in 1891 received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Virginia. For four years he was assistant sur- 
geon of the United States Marine Hospital Service; also in 
1896-98 when he resigned. Since 1899 he has been acting 
surgeon of the United States Army in the Philippines; in 
1901-02 captain and assistant surgeon of the United States 
Volunteers; and has been contract surgeon of the United 
States Army for one year. In 1903-10 he has been acting 
assistant surgeon of the United States Public Health Ser- 
vice, at Rio de Janeiro; and since 1911 at Venezuela. He has 
served in the Spanish- American and Philippine Campaigns ; 
and served in Cuba on Transports and in the Southern 
Philippines. He is a member of the Southern Medical So- 
ciety, and of the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity. 

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STILLMAN, STANLEY, Physician and Surgeon of 2101 
Webster Street, San Francisco, Ca., was born in 1861 in 
California. In 1889 he received the degree of M.D from th& 
Cooper Medical College. He is professor of surgery in the 
Cooper Medical College. 

STILLMAN, WILLIAM OLIN, Physician, Antiquarian, 
Philanthropist and Author of 287 State Street, Albany, N. 
Y., was born Sept. 9, 1856, in Normansville, N.Y. In 1878 he 
received the degree of M.D, from the Albany Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of Mineral Springs of Saratoga. 

STIMSON, DANIEL MacMARTIN, Surgeon and Edu- 
cator of 405 Park Avenue, New York City, was born Jan. 2( 
1844, in Edinburgh, N.Y. He is professor of surgery in the 
Women's Medical College ; and is consulting surgeon to Mt. 
Sinai Hospital, Loomis Sanitarium. 

STIMSON, LEWIS ATTERBURY, Surgeon, Educator 
and Author of 277 Lexington Avenue, New York City, was 
born in August 1844 in Paterson, N.J. Since 1898 he has 
been professor of surgery in Cornell University Medical 
College. He is the author of Operative Surgery; and Frac- 
tures and Disclocations. 

STINCHFIELD, AUGUSTUS W., Physician and Banker 
of Rochester, Minn., was born in 1842 in Phillip, Maine. In 
1868 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical School 
of Maine. He is president of the First State bank of Roches- 
ter; president of the Deering State bank of Noi'th Dakota 
and president of the Farmei's and Merchants' bank of 
Granville, North Dakota. During the civil war he served in 
the Thirty-ninth Regim^ent Wisconsin Volunteers. 

STINCHFIELD, HERBERT COLFAX, Physician and 
Surgeon of 2102 LaSalle Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal., was 
born in 1870 in California. In 1S99 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Southern California. He is 
resident physician and surgeon of Los Angeles County Ho.s- 
pital. 

STOKES, CHARLES FRANCIS, Physician and Surgeon 
of Washington, DjC, was born Feb. 20, 1863, in Brooklyn, 
N.Y. Since 1903 he has been military surgeon in the Unitedl 
States Medical School. 

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STONE, BINGHAM HIRAM, Physician of 497 South 
Willard Street, Burlington, Vt., was born in 1874. In 1899 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ver- 
mont. He is editor of the Vermont Medical Monthly. 

STONE, SOLON BUCKLEY, Physician, Surgeon and 
Educator of Portine, Mont., was born Feb. 26, 1855, in Ran-l 
dolph, Vt. In 1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Columbia University of Washington, D.C. He is a fellow of 
the Massachusetts Medical Society. 

STORER, JOHN HUDSON, Physician and Surgeon of 
30 Edgecombe Avenue, New York City, was born March 11, 
1866, in Westminster, Conn. In 1844 he gi'aduated from thd 
Norwich Free Academy ; in 1888 received the degree of A.B. 
from Yale University ; and in 1891 the degree of M.D. from 
the New York Homoepathic College and Hospital. He is visit- 
ing physician to the Hahnemann and Metropolitan Hospitals 
of New York ; and is director of the Saxon Realty Company. 
He is a member of the Ological Science, New York State and 
New York County Homcepathic Society and the Materia 
Medica Society. He is also a member of the Heights, Yale 
and Clinical Clubs. 

STORY, EUGENE C, Physician of 103 Fifth Street, 
Olymphia, Wash., was born Jan. 6, 1856, in Clyde, N.Y. In 
1879 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Michigan. He is United States Civil Service Medical Ex- 
aminer for Olympia, Wash. 

STOVER, GEORGE H., Physician of 216 Metropolitan 
Building, Denvei', Colo., was born in 1871. In 1893 he ref 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Denver College of Med- 
icine. He is editor of The Critique. 

STOWELL, JAMES HERBERT, Physician and Surgeon 
of 31 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 29, 
1854, in Delavan, Wis.- He is ex-president of the< Chicago 
Medical Society. He is medical director of the United States 
Annuity and Life Insurance Company; and ex-chairman of 
the Medical Section of the American Life Insurance Con- 
vention. 

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STRAIT, THOMAS JEFFERSON, Soldier, Physician and 
Statesman of Lancaster, S.C, was born Dec. 25, 1846, in 
Chester, S.C. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical College of South Carolina. In 1893-99 he was a 
member of congress. 

STRAUSS, DAVID C, Surgeon of 5 South Wabash Ave- 
nue, Chicago, 111., was born July 11, 1882, in Chicago, 111. In 
1911-13 he took post-graduate work in surgery in the med- 
ical centers of Europe. He has been associate in clinical re- 
search at Michael Reese Hospital and attending anaesthetist 
to the same ; and attending radiographer to the Cook Coun- 
ty Hospital. He is now associate attending surgeon to Mi- 
chael Reese Hospital ; attending surgeon to the West Side 
Free Dispensary and the Central Free Dispensary of Rush 
Medical College; assistant in surgery in Rush Medical Col- 
jlege ; and instructor in surgery in the Graduate School of 
Medicine in Chicago. He is a member of the American Med- 
ical Association; the Illinois, Chicago, Chicago Pathological 
and German Medical Societies ; American Medical Associa- 
tion of Vienna and Berlin ; the Book and Play Club ; Phi 
Beta Pi Medical Fraternity ; and the author of many original 
publications on surgical subjects. 

STRINGFIELD, C. PRUYN, Physician and Surgeon of 
111 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 12, 
1866, in Washington, D.C. He was president of the Chicago 
Medical Examiners Association. He is now medical exanv 
iner for the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company. 

STRONG, RICHARD PEARSON, Physician and Biologist 
of 390 Comonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born in 
March, 1872, at Fortress Monroe, Va. In 1897 he received the 
dcgi oe of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. In the 
Spanish-American war he was first lieutenant and assistant 
surgeon in the United States Army; and became director of 
the biological laboratory in the University of the Phili])- 
pines. He is now connected with the department of tropical 
ntedicne in the Harvard University Medical School. 

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STURM, MAURICE A., Physician of 237 West Seventy- 
fourth Street, New York City, was born March 25, 1881, in 
New York City. He was educated at the New York Mihtary 
Academy; in 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University; 
and attended the University of Berlin and the Ecole de Med- 
icine at Paris, France. He has been instructor in the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, and in the German Hospital of 
New York City. His time is now mainly devoted to private 
factors and research work. He is a member of the County 
and State Medical Societies; and a member of the Medico- 
Legal Society and various other medical societies and asso- 
ciations. 

STURTEVANT, MILLS, Physician and Surgeon of 955 
Park Avenue, New York City, was born April 7, 1882, in 
New Hampshire. He received the degree of A.B. from Dart- 
mouth College, and in 1908 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. He is instructor in medicine at the New York Univer- 
sity. 

SUESS, CHRIS. LESTER, Gynecologist and Physician 
of 90 Central Avenue, Lancaster, N.Y., was born May 28, 
1876, in Buffalo, N.Y. He was educated at St. Mary's School 
of Buffalo, N.Y. and the High School of Lancaster, N.Y. In 
1903 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Buffalo. He took post-graduate studies in New York, Chica- 
go, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, Erie County and Central 
Medical Societies; and specializes in Electro-Gynecology. 

SULLIVAN, DENNIS EDWARD,Physician of 320 Four- 
teenth Avenue, Concord, N.H., was born Aug. 23, 1863, in 
Augusta, Maine.In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Michigan College of Medicine. He has been a member of 
the United States Board of Pensions; and president of the 
Concord Board of Health. 

SULTAN, GEORGE, Physician of 3325 West Twelfth 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born May 1, 1861, in Russia. He has 
been a member of the Board of Commissioners of Cook 
County; and is now a member of the Chicago Plan Com^ 
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SUMMERS, JOHN EDWARD, Surgeon and Author of 
618 Brandeis Building, Omaha, Neb., was born Jan. 2, 1858, 
in Fort Kearney, Neb. For three years he was a student in 
the United States MiHtary Academy; in 1881 received the 
degre of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Columbia University ; and for two years studied in Vien- 
na, Austria. In 1881-83 he was acting assistant surgeon in 
the United States Army; was surgeon-general in the Neb- 
raska National Buard; and was on the staffs of governors 
Boyd and Shallenberger, with the rank of colonel. He is 
professor of clinical surgery in the medical department of 
the University of Nebraska. In 1816 he was vice-president 
of the American Surgical Association ; and has been presi- 
dent of the Nebraska State Medical Society. He is a member 
of the Omaha Club, the University Club, the Commercial 
Club, the Palimpsest Club and the Omaha Country Club. He 
is the author of Modern Treatment of Wounds ; a contribut- 
or to Binnie's Ti*eatise on Regional Surgery ; and is also the 
author of numerous articles on Surgical Subjects. He re- 
sides at 3624 Dewey Avenue, Omaha, Neb. 

SUMNER, GUILFORD HERMAN, Physician of State 
House, Des Moines, Iowa, was born Nov. 11, 1857, in Maren- 
go, 111. In 1896 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
State University of Iowa. For the past seven years he has 
been secretary executive officer in the Iowa State Board of 
Health. 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN PRESTON, Physician and Au- 
Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born in J854. In 
Feb. 9, 1854, in Charlestown, Mass. In 1879 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Boston University School of Med- 
icine. In 1883-97 he was editor of the New England MediCcil 
Gazette. He is the author of Hints on Urinary Analysis. 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN PRESTON, Physician of 295 
Commanwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., was born in 1854. In 
1879 he received the degree of M.D. fi'om the Boston T^ni- 
versity. He is dean of the Boston Univeisity School of Med- 
icine, Homcepathic. 

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SWAN, CHARLES J., Specialist of 30 North Michijran 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Sept. 25, 1864, in Mansfield, 
Pa. He graduated from Hahnemann Medical College and 
Northwestern University Medical School. Since 1892 he has 
practiced his profession in Chicago; and has been Eye and 
Ear Surgeon to the Baptist and Hahnemann Hospitals ; and 
professor of the Eye and Ear in Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege. He is now eye and ear surgeon to the Evanston Hos- 
pital, 

SWAN, WILLIAM DONNISON,Physician of 167 Brattle 
Street, Cambridge, Mass., was born Jan. 1, 1859, in Kenne- 
bunk, Maine. In 1881 he received the degree of A.B. from 
Harvard University; and in 1885 the degree of M.D. from 
that university. In 1885 he was house officer to the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital ; and in the Boston Lying-in-Hos- 
pital. Since 1893 he has been visiting physician to Cam- 
bridge Hospital; and resigned in 1912; and since 1893 was 
visiting physician to the Avon Home. He is now a member 
of the Board of Consultation to Cambridge Hospital ; and is 
also trustee to that hospital. He is a member of the Cam- 
bridge Society for Medical Improvement, the Massachusetts 
Medico-Legal Society and of the Union and Oakley County 
Clubs. 

SWANN, JOSEPH CHARLES, Physician of Wedowee, 
Ala., was born Feb. 22, 1869, in Alabama. He has been phy- 
sicain-in-charge of the United States Penitentiary at Atlan- 
ta, Ga. He is president of the bank of Wedowee. He is pres- 
ident of the Randolph County Medical Society. 

SWARTWOOD, FRED ADELBERT, Physician of Was- 
eca, Minn., was born in 1860 in Cannon City, Minn. In 1886 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He has been president of the Waseca Telephone Com- 
pany. 

SWARTZ, GARDNER TABER, Physician of 70 Water- 
man Street, Providence, R.I., was born in 1857. In 1879 he 
received the degree of M,D, from the Harvard University. 
He is editor of the Bulletin State Board of Health. 

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SWAYZE, GEORGE BANGHART HENRY, Physician 
and Author of 1726 North Twenty-second Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., was born Feb. 3, 1833, in Hope, N.J. In 1859 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He has been founder and editor of the Mahanoy City 
Gazette of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Yarb and 
Cretine, or Rising from Bonds. 

SYMONDS, BRANDRETH, Physician and Author of 34 
West Nassau Street, New York City, was born March 4, 
1863, in Ossining, N.Y. In 1884 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. Since 1903 he has been medical professor of the 
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York City. He is 
the author of Manual of Chemistry and other works. 

TAGGART, EDWARD J., Physician of Bremerton, 
Wash., was born March 2, 1863, in Stockport, Ohio. In 1888 
he received the degree of M.D, from the Omaha Medical 
College. He has been president of the Bremerton Park Board. 
He is president of the Kitsat County Lawyers and Loan 
Association. 

TAKAMINE, JOKICHI, Research Chemist of 334 River- 
side Drive, New York City, was born Nov. 3, 1854, in Tak- 
aoka, Japan. In 1883-87 he was chemist of the Department 
of Agriculture and Commerce in Japan. He was chief che- 
mist of the Tokio Fertilizer Works; and is consulting che- 
mist of Parke, Davis and Company. He has been president 
of the Nippon Club of New York ; and is honorary vice- 
president of the Japan Society, He is a member of the 
Imperial Academy of Japan and is connected with the bus- 
iness and public affairs of New York City. 

TALBOT, EUGENE SOLOMON, Dentist and Author of 
122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born March 
2, 1847, in Shai'on, Mass. In 1910 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is the author of 
Degeneracy and other works. 

TALBOT, ROBERT JAMES, Physician of 955 Niagara 
Avenue, Niagara Falls, N.Y., was born Aug. 27, 1881, in 
Niagara Falls, N.Y. He was educated at Niagara University 

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and Baltimore Medical College ; grduated in 1908, B.M.C. at 
Baltimore, Md, He is health commissioner of Niagara Falls ; 
surgeon to the Lehigh Valley Railroad; attending physician 
of Niagara University ; and for one year resident physician 
to the Medical and Surgical Hospital. He is a member of the 
New York Academy of Medicine and Niagara County Med- 
ical Society. 

TALLEY, DYER FINDLEY, Surgeon of 1808 Seventh 
Avenue, Birmingham, Ala., was born Dec. 5, 1865, in Wood- 
lawn, Ala. In 1887 he received the degree of B.A. from Uni- 
versity of Alabama; in 1892 the degree if A.M. from the 
same institution; and in 1892 also received the degree of 
M.D. from Tulane University. He also did post-graduate 
work in New York City and London, England. For two years 
he was ambulance surgeon in the Charity Hospital of New 
Orleans, La. ; and since 1892 has practiced in Birmingham, 
Ala. He is also professor of surgery in the University of 
Alabama Graduate of School of Medicine. He is a trustee of 
the Jefferson County Medical Library Association. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association, the Medical 
Association of Alabama, the Southern Medical Society and 
the Southern Surgical and Gynecological Society. He is a 
member of the Southern Club, the Country Club and the 
Roebuck Springs Golf and Automobile Clubs. 

TALLMAN, ELIHU DUANE, Physician of 739 West 
Eighty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 5, 1854, 
in East New Milford, Pa. In 1882 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is treasurer of 
the Englewood Medical Society. 

TANCIL, RICHARD F., Physician and Banker of 601 
North Thirtieth Street, Richmond, Va., was born in Fauquier 
County, Va. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University. He is president of the Union Brick 
Company. 

TANNER, HERBERT BARTLES, Physician and Public 
Official of Kaukauna, Wis., was born Feb. 13,1859, in White- 
water, Wis. He is president of the Fox River Medical So- 
ciety. 

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TAYLOR, CHAtlLfiS IJ^REMONf, t>ky§lci^n and Pui>^ 
lisher of 1520 Chestnut Stretit, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
July 13, 1856, in Attica, Ind. In 1880 he received the degree 
of M.D. fronii the Central College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. He has been president of the American Medical Edit- 
ors' Association. He is the editor and publisher of The Med- 
ical World. 

TAYLOR, CHARLES FREMONT, Physician of 1520 
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1856.1n 1880 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Central College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. He is editor and publisher of the 
Medical Woi-ld. 

TAYLOR, EDWARD WINSLOW,Physician of 453 Marl- 
boro Street, Boston, Mass. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University. He is editor of the Bos- 
ton Medical and Surgical Journal. 

TAYLOR, FIELDING LEWIS, Physician of 112 East 
Sixtieth Street, New York City, was born May 24, 1868, in 
Martinsville, Va. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Virginia. He has been chief of the 
surgical clinic of the out-patient department of the Hudson 
Street Hospital. 

TAYLOR, HENRY LING, Surgeon and Author of 125 
Fifty-eighth Street, New York City, was born March 17, 
1857, in New York. Since 1902 he has been professor of 
orthopedic surgery in the Post-Graduate Medical School and 
Hospital of New York. He is the author of Orthopedic Sur- 
gery for Practitioners. 

TAYLOR, HOLMAN, Physician of 206 Western National 
Bank Building, Fort Worth, Texas, was born in 1874. In 
1899 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Texas. He is editor of the Texas Stan. Journal of Medicine. 

TAYLOR, HOWARD CANNING, Physician of 32 West 
Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born Maich 17, 1868, 
at Green's Farms, Conn. In 1888 he received the degree of 
Ph.B. from Yale University; and in 1891 received the degree 
of M.D. from Columbia University, College of Physicains 
and Surgeons. Since graduation he has been engaged in the 

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practice of medicine in Ntiw York City ; and in 1891-94 Wa^ 
an interne in Roosevelt Hospital. He is attending gyneco- 
logist to Roosevelt Hospital; and consulting gynecologist 
to Greenwich General Tarrytown, Stamford and Sharon 
Hospitals. He is a member of the New York Academy of 
Medicine, the New York Obstetrical Society, the New York 
County Medical Society, and the American Gynecological 
Society. He is also a member of Yale, University and Ex- 
terne Clubs. 

TAYLOR, HUGH LEMEN, Physician and Surgeon of 
418 Majestic Building, Denver, Colo., was born in Belleville, 
111. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the Denver 
Medical College. He has been surgeon to the Union Pacific 
Railway, and surgeon to the American Smelting and Refining 
Company. He is a member of the American Medical Associ- 
ation, Colorado State Medical Society and the American 
Railway Surgeons. 

TAYLOR, JOHN MADISON, Physician, Neurologist 
and Author of 1504 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
July 4, 1855, in Lancaster County, Pa. In 1878 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He 
is joint author of Manual of Diseases of Children. 

TAYLOR, JOHN MADISON, Physician of 1504 Pine 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1855. In 1878 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. He is editor of the Monthly Cyclopedia and Medical 
Bulletin. 

TAYLOR, JOHN MARTIN, Physician and Surgeon of 
509 Empire Building, Boise, Idaho, was born April 3, 1861, 
in Lafayette County, Mo. In 1900 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been 
president of the Idaho State Medical Association. 

TAYLOR, STEPHEN LIVINGSTON, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 644 St. Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born 
Aug. 17, 1868, in Lake Forest, 111. He was educated at the 
Rome Academy of New York, at Hamilton College, received 
the degree of A.B. from Amherts College; and in 1894 the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 

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6f New York City. He is United States pensibri examining' 
surgeon ; and physician to the Brooklyn Orphan Asylum and 
other institutions, 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM WALLACE, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 6 West One Hundred and Sixteenth Street, New 
York City, was born Sept. 13, 1871, in Charlottestown, Can. 
In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Minnesota. He is a tutor in the New York Polyclinic. 

TEED, EDWARD LEWIS, Physician of Lisle, N.Y., was 
born June 7, 1864, in Masonville, N.Y. He received his edu- 
cation at Unadilla, N.Y. ; in 1886 graduated from the Long 
Island College Hospital ; licensed to practice in New York, 
Wisconsin, California and received the degree of M.D. He is 
health officer of Lisle, N.Y. ; and is a member of the New 
York State and Broome County Medical Societies and the 
American Medical Association. 

TENNEY, ALONZO C, Physician and Surgeon of 25 
East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1873 in 
Kendall County, 111. He is president of the Illinois Homoe- 
pathic Medical Association. 

TENNEY, BENJAMIN, Physician and Surgeon of 308 
Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass., was born Oct. 6, 1863, in 
Thetford, Vt. He received his preparatory education at Bar- 
re Academy; in 1883, and in 1887 received the degi'ees of 
A.B. and A.M. from Dartmouth College ; and in 1892 the 
degree of M.D. from Harvard Medical School. In 1893-1901 
he was instructor in anatomy at the Harvard Medical School ; 
was physician to the Boston City Hospital for two years, 
resigned, and was appointed surgeon of the hospital continu- 
ing for one year. He is now surgeon to the Boston Dispens- 
ary and Berkeley Infirmary. He is a fellow of the American 
College of Surgeons; a member of the American Medical 
Association, the American Urological Association, the Mass- 
achusetts Medical Society ; also the University of Engineei's 
Clubs. 

TENNEY, LEWIS S., Dentist of 25 East Washington 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1869. He was professor of 
Operative Technics in the Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery, and president of the Chicago Dental Society. 

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TERRES, JOHN B., Physician, SUrgean, Biplomat and 
American Consulate of Port au Prince, Haiti, was born Sept. 
25, 1847, in Charlotte, N.C. He received a thorough educa- 
tion in the private schools of his native state; and in 1866 
graduated from the Richmond Medical College with the de- 
gree of M.D. He attained success in his profession in the 
state of New York. In 1882-1904 he was United States vice- 
consul-general ; and in 1904 was appointed American consul 
from the State of New York. He is now United States consul 
to Port au Prince, Haiti. 

TERRY, MARSHALL ORLANDO, Physician and Au- 
thor of Mamaroneck, N.Y., was born June 21,1848, in Water- 
vliet Centre, N.Y. For four years he was president of the 
United States Pension Examiners. He is the author of 
Terry's Manual Rotary Dilitation and other works. 

THACHER, JOHN SEYMOUR, Physician and Educator 
of 20 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born in 1856 
in New Haven, Conn. He is visiting physician to the Presby- 
terian and Roosevelt Hospitals. 

THAYER, ADDISON S., Physician of 10 Deering Street, 
Portland, Maine, was born Aug. 5, 1858, in Medway, Mass. 
In 1886 he received the degree of M.D. from the Bowdoin 
College. He is professor of medicine and dean of Bowdoin 
Medical College. 

THAYER, WILLIAM SYDNEY, Physician and Author 
of 406 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md., was born June 23, 
1864, in Milton, Mass. In 1889 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Harvard University. He is the author of The 
Malarial Fevers of Baltimore and other works. 

THELBERG, ELIZABETH BURR, Physician and Edu- 
cator of Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., was born Oct. 
29, 1860, in Bangor, Maine. In 1884 she graduated from the 
Woman's Medical College of the New York Infirrnary. She 
was resident physician to the New York Infant Asylum, 
physician to the Nursery and Childs Hospital at Staten 
Island ; and since 1887 has been resident physician and pro- 
fessor of physiology and hygiene at Vassar College. She is 
a member of the American Association for the Advancement 

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bf Science, American Medical Association, New York State 
Medical Society, Dutchess County Medical Society, Woman's 
Medical Association of New York City, and of New Yoi'k 
State, National Federation for the Control of Child Labor, 
National Geographic Society, and the Society of Social and 
Moral Prophylaxis, and a member of the Tuesday Club of 
Poug-hkeepsie and Dutchess County Medical Club. 

THEWLIS, MALFORD WILCOX, Physician of Wake- 
field, R.L, was born in 1889. In 1911 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin Col- 
lege of Brunswick. He is a medical examiner for the State 
Mutual Life Assurance Company and for the Prudential Life 
Insui'ance Comipany. He is a member of the American Med- 
ical Association, the Rhode Island Medical Society and Wash- 
ington County Medical Society. 

THOMAS^ ALBERT ELLSWORTH, Playwright and Au- 
thor of 80 Washington Square, New York City, was born in 
1872 in Chester, Mass. He has been special writer reporter 
and editor of the New York Sun and other papers. He is the 
author of The Rainbow ; and other works. 

THOMAS, CHARLES PRESTON, Surgeon and Banker 
of Santa Monica, Cal., was born Nov. 12, 1864, in Lincoln, 
Mo. In 1888 he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the Univer- 
sity of Oregon. He is surgeon to the St. Catherine Hospital. 
He is president of the Merchants' National bank of Santa 
Monica, Cal. 

THOMAS, FLAVEL SHURTLEFF, Physician and Au- 
thor of South Hanson, Mass., was born Sept. 7, 1852, in 
Hanson, Mass. He i-eceived the degi-ees of B.Sc, and M.Sc. 
from Syracuse University; D.Sc. from McGill University, 
M.D. from Harvard University; and the degrees of M.A. and 
LL.D. fiom Shui-tleff College. He is a physician to the Gor- 
don Rest Sanatorium, and is also school physician and town 
physician to the town of Hanson. He has been professoi' and 
dean in the National University, and has wiitten upon med- 
ical education and general university education. He is one 
of the editors of The Standard Dictionary of the English 
lianguage, and is author of A Dictionary of University De- 

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grees, and of many pamphlets, and magazine articles on 
medical and educational subjects. He has been president of 
the Hanson Old Home Week; president of the dedication of 
the Hanson Soldier's Monument; and of Rev. Frederick 0. 
MacCartney Monument at Rockland, Mass. ; and is secretary 
of the Hanson Impiovement Society. He is a member of the 
Author's League, the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, Harvard Union, Syracuse University, Cor- 
nell and Hatherly Medical Clubs; also the Maquan Sanator- 
ium. 

THOMAS, HOMER M., Physician of 22 East Washington 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1858 in Wayland, Iowa. He 
has been president of the Illinois Club. 

THOMAS, ROLLA L., Physician of 792 East McMillan 
Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born in 1858. In 1880 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical College. 
He is d^a*" of tne Eclectic Medi'^al Colloo-e 

THOMAS, WILLIAM STURGIS, Physician and Surgeon 
of 240 West Seventy-first Street, New York City, was born 
in 1871 in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In 1892 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Columbian University. He served through 
the Spanish-American war as assistant surgeon in the Unit- 
ed States Navy. He resigned in 1898 and became chief of 
the surgical clinic fo St. Luke's Hospital of New York City 
and served as such for twelve years, and is now examining 
surgeon to that institution and consulting physician to the 
New York Home foi- Convalescents. He served throughout 
the World-war as lieutenant in the medical corps of the 
United States Navy. 

THOMPSON, AUGUSTINE, Physician and Surgeon of 
601 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born in Union, Maine. 
In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard 
University. He served in the civil war. He originated the 
Moxie Nerve Food Company. 

THOMPSON, CLAUDE A., Physician of Barnes Build- 
ing, Muskogee, Okla., was born in 1874. In 1900 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Kansas City Medical College. 
He is editor of the Journal Oklahoma State Medical Associ- 
ation. 

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THOMPSON, EDMUND BURKE, Physician of 838 West 
End Avenue, New York City, was born Feb. 1, 1859, in 
Springdale, Ohio. He was educated in high schools and under 
private tutors ; g-i-aduated in 1882 from the New York Uri- 
versity Medical Colleg'e; and was an interne at St. Joseph's 
Hospital. He is assistant superintendent of Hospitals for 
Insane at Winnebaofo, Wis., Independence, Iowa and Topeka, 
Kansas. He is a member of the New York County, American 
Medical Association and the Medical Society of the State of 
New York and other orp^anizations. 

THOMPSON, SOLOMON HENRY, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 1512 North Fifth Street, Kansas City, Kan., was 
bom Aug. 10, 1870, in Charleston, W.Va. In 1892 he received 
the degree of M.D. fiom the Harvard University. He is a 
lecturer on anatomy, physiology and hygiene at the Western 
University. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM OILMAN, Physician and Edu- 
cator of 61 West Forty-ninth Street, New York City, was 
born December, 1856 in New York City. In 1877 he received 
the degree of Ph.R. from Yale University; and in 1881 re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physician^ 
and Surgeons of Columbia University. He has been professor 
of physiology and of therapeutics to New York University 
Medical College, was visiting physician to the New York and 
Presbyterian Hospitals. He is emeritus professor of medicine 
in Cornell University Medical College of New Yoi'k City; 
consulting physician to the Bellevue and Woman's Hospitals, 
and the New York State Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled. 
He is the author of a Text-book of Practical Medicine, and 
Practical Dietetics. He is a fellow of the New York Academy 
of Sciences ; a member of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, the Association of American Phy- 
sicians, the New York State, New York County and Amer- 
ican Medical Associations, the New Yoi'k Clinical Society, 
Practitioners Society, the New York Medical and Surgical 
Society, and the Society of the Alumni of the New York, 
Bellevue and Presbyterian Hospitals; is also a member of 
Delta Psi Fraternity, Century Association and University 
Clubs. He is president of the New York Botanical Garden. 

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THOMSON, WILLIAM HANNA, Physician and Authoi* 
of 70 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York City, was born in 
1833 in Syria. In 1859 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Albany Medical College, He is the author of The Parables 
and Their Home and other works. 

THORINGTON, JAMES, Physician and Author of 2031 
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born June 6, 1858, 
in Davenport, Iowa. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He is emeritus professor 
of the diseases of the eye in the Philadelphia Polyclinic and 
College for graduates in medicine. 

THRASH, ELMORE C, Physician of 428 Cander Build- 
ing, Atlanta, Ga. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Louisville. He is physician in charge 
of Dr. Thrash's Private Sanatorium. 

THRASHER, ALLEN BENTON, Physician and Surgeon 
of Seventh and Race Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born July 
6, 1851, in Fayette County, Ind. In 1873 he received the de- 
gree of A.B. and in 1875 the degree of A.M. from Butler 
College; and in 1881 received the degree of M.D. from the 
Medical College of Ohio. Since 1881 he has practiced med- 
icine in Cincinnati, Ohio, and in 1901-06 was a trustee of the 
Cincinnati Hospital. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association, the Ohio State Medical Association, and in 1914 
was president of the Cincinnati Academy of Medicine. He is 
a thirty-two degree Mason ; and a member of the Queen City 
Club, the Cincinnati Country Club, the Cincinnati Golf Club 
and the Cincinnati Automobile Club. 

THROGMORTON, HIRAM LAFAYETTE, Physician, 
Surgeon and Banker of Pocahontas, Ark., was born Nov. 17, 
1870, in Wolf Creek, 111. He has been postmaster of his city. 
He is president of the People's Real Estate and Abstract 
Company. 

THURBER, SAMUEL WOOD, Physician and Laryngo- 
logist of 104 East Thirty-ninth Street, New York City, was 
born Sept. 4, 1867, in Walpole, Mass. He is chief of clinic and 
instructor in the department of laryngology in Columbia 
University; and laryngologist to the Orphans Home and 
Asylum. 

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TIFFANY, FLAVEL B., Physician of 805 McGee Street, 
Kansas City, Mo., was born in 1846. In 1874 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is pres- 
ident of the Medical Society of the Missouri Valley. 

TILDEN, JOHN HENRY, Physician and Author of 784 
Broadway, Denver, Colo., was born Jan. 21, 1851, in Van- 
burensburg, 111. In 1872 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Eclectic Medical College. He has lectured on anatomy 
and physiology at the American Medical College of St. Louis, 
Mo. He is the author of Punished Before Birth and other 
works. 

TILTON, BENJAMIN TROWBRIDGE, Physician and 
Author of 14 East Fifty-eighth Street, New York City, w^as 
born July 17, 1868, in Newport, R.I. In 1893 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Freiburg. He has 
translated Die Specielle Chiurgie, in two volumes, and other 
works. 

TINKER, MARTIN BUEL, Physician, Surgeon, Inventor 
and Author of Ithaca, N.Y., was born March 17, 1869, in 
Granville, Mass. He received the degree of B.S. from Har- 
vard University, graduated from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege of Philadelphia, attended the University of Berlin, and 
studied in Leipzig, Bern, Paris, London and Glasgow. In 
1903-11 he was professor of surgery in Cornell University. 
He is now surgeon to the Clifton Springs Sanitarium. He is 
the inventor of the three-blade abdominal retractor. He is 
the author of twenty-five papers on medical subjects. 

TINKHAM, HENRY CRAIN, Physician of 46 North 
Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vt., was born in 1856. In 1883 
he received the degree of M.D. fromj the I^niversity of Ver- 
mont. He is dean of the University of Vermont, College of 
Medicine. 

TINKHAM, HENRY CRAIN, Physician of 46 North 
Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vt., was born in 1856. In 1883 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Ver- 
mont. He is editor of the Vcimont INh^dical Monthly. 

TITUS, EDWARD CODDINCJTON, Physician and Lec- 
turer of 127 West Eleventh Street, New York City, was born 

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Feb. 25, 1863, in New York. He is ex-president of New York 
State Medical Society. 

TOMPKINS, CHRISTOPHER, Physician of 116 East 
Franklin Street, Richmond, Va., was born in 1847. In 1870 
he received the degree of M.D., from the Medical College of 
Virginia. He is dean of the Medical College of Virginia. 

TOMPKINS, JAMES, McCAW, Physician of 116 East 
Franklin Street, Richmond, Va., was born in 1883. In 1906 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of 
Virginia. He is editor of the Old Dominion Journal of Med- 
icine and Surgery. 

TOREK, FRANZ, Physician and Educator of 1021 Mad- 
ison Avenue, New York City, was born April 14, 1861, in 
Breslau, Germany. He is attending surgeon to the New York 
Skin and Cancer Hospital. He is ex-president of the German 
Medical Society. 

TOWLE, FRED SCATES, Physician of Portsmouth, N. 
H., was born Dec. 28, 1863, in Boston, Mass. He was edu- 
cated in the public schools; in 1893 received the degree of 
M.D. from the Medical Departnisent of Columbia University ; 
and took post-graduate work in the hospitals of New York. 
For one year he practiced medicine in Boston ; and since in 
Portsmouth. In 1897-99 he was surgeon-general on the staff 
of governor George A. Ramsdell ; and is surgeon for the 
Baltimore and Maryland Railroad and Cottage Hospital of 
Portsmouth. He is a member of Portsmouth, Strafford Coun- 
ty and Rockingham Medical Societies, New Hampshire State 
Medical Society, the New Hampshire Surgeons Club and the 
American Medical Association. He is a thirty-second degree 
Mason. Knight Templar; a miember of I.O.O.F., Knight of 
Pythias and Sons of the American Revolution. He lost his 
life Oct. 10, 1819 in a fire in the United States Hospital, 
while a member of the Medical Corps. 

TOWNSEND, JOSEPH HENDLEY, Physician of 62 
Trumbull Street, Hartford, Conn., was born in 1862. In 1887 
he received the degi'ee of M.D. from the Yale University. He 
is librarian of the State Board of Health. 

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TOWNSEND, JOSEPH HENDLEY, Physician of 62 
Trumbull Street, Hartford, Conn., was born in 1862. In 1887 
he received the deg-ree of M.D. from the Yale University. He 
is editor of the Bulletin State Board of Health. 

TOWNSEND, SMITH J.,Physician and Surgeon of Paton, 
Iowa, was born Jan. 16, 1869, in Geneva, 111. In 1892 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Western Reserve Univer- 
sity. He has been health commissioner and medical examiner 
of various large life insurance companies. 

TOWNSEND, WILLIAM GUY, Physician of 2740 St. 
Paul Street, Baltimore, Md., was bora Sept. 27, 1864. in 
Royal Oak, Md. In 1888 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Maryland. He is acting assistant surgeon 
in the United States Navy. 

TOWNSEND, WISNER R., Surgeon of 125 West Fifty- 
eighth Street, New York City, was born Aug. 5, 1856, in 
Staten Island. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is professor of orthopedic surgery in the New York 
Polyclinic. 

TRACY, IRA OTIS, Physician of the Brooklyn State 
Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Sept. 17, 1858, in Lisbon, 
N.Y. He attended Canton Academy, St. Lawrence University 
and the University of Michigan, in 1882 graduated from the 
College of Physicians and Sui'geons in the City of New York ; 
and received the degree of LL.B. from the Brooklyn Law 
School. For the past twenty-five years he has devoted his 
attention almost entirely to mental and nervous diseases; 
and has given much study to medical jurisprudence, and the 
history of medicine. Since 1890 he has been first assistant 
physician at the Long Island Hospital, at Brooklyn, N.Y. He 
is a member of the American Medical Association, the New 
York State Medical Society, New York Academy of Med- 
icine, Medical Society of Kings County, Long Island Histor- 
ical Society, Kings County Historical Society, Sons of the 
Revolution, The American Scenic and Ilistoi'ic Preservation 
Society; and is a life member of the American Historical 
Association, American Museum of Natural History, and 
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TRASK, JOHN WILLIAM, Physician of 3311 Newark 
Street, Washington, D.C., was born Feb. 18, 1877, in Bay 
City, Mich. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Michigan. He is assistant surgeon-general in 
the United States Public Health Service. He is the author of 
various monographs on subjects related to vital statistics. 

TRAVER, DAVID B., Physician and Banker of 145 South 
Front Street, Steelton, Pa., was born March 14, 1841, in 
York County, Pa. In 1869 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Jefferson Medical College. He is president of the 
People's bank. 

TRIMMER, OLIVER SMITH, Physician and Banker of 
Pacific Grove, Cal., was born Dec. 8, 1833, in New York. In 
1864 he received the degree of M.D. from the Western Re- 
serve University. He is president of the Pacific Grove bank. 

TRUDEAU, EDWARD LIVINGSTON, Physician and 
Founder, of Saranac Lake, N.Y., was born Oct. 5, 1848, in 
New oYrk City. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
In 1884 he founded the Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium; and 
in 1894 he founded the Saranac Laboratory for the study of 
tuberculosis. 

TRUEWORTHY, JOHN WESLEY, Physician and Sur- 
geon of 253 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 
1843 in Troy, N.Y. In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. He is president of the 
Woman's Hospital. 

TUCKER, GENEVIEVE, Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 329 East Fifteenth Street, Davenport, Iowa, was born 
Nov. 25, 1858, in Waupaca, Wis. In 1880 she received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. She is the 
author of Mother, Baby and Nursery. 

TUCKER, WILLIS GAYLORD, Physician and Chemist 
of Albany Medical College Building, Albany, N.Y., was born 
Oct. 31, 1849, in Albany, N.Y. In 1890 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. Since 1881 he 
has been professor of chemistry to the Albany College of 
Pharmacy. 

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TULEY, HENRY ENOS, Educator, Physician and Au- 
thor of 3 Magnolia Apts., Louisville, Ky,, was born Jan. 11, 
1870, in Louisville, Ky. In 1888 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the University of Louisville. He is the author of 
Obstetrical Nursing and Pediatrics and other works. 

TULOS, ANDREW JAMES, Physician and Banker of 
Raleigh, Miss., was born April 3, 1867, in Shongelo, Miss. In 
1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Tennessee. He is president of the Raleigh State bank. 

TUOHY, EDWARD LEO,Physician of 510 Fidelity Build- 
ing, Duluth, Minn., was born in 1878 in Minnesota. In 1905 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Min- 
nesota. He is president of the St. Louis County Tuberculosis 
Commission. 

TURNBULL, CHARLES SMITH, Physician and Author 
of 1935 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Nov. 
10, 1847, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1871 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. For ten years 
he was the chief of the aural department of Jefferson Med- 
ical College of Philadelphia. 

TURNER, ALICE, Educator, Physician and Writer of 
Colfax, Iowa, was born March 13, 1859, near Migo, Iowa. Tn 
1884 she received the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Keokuk, Iowa. She has been 
health officer of her city ;and has contributed valuable papers 
to current literature on hygiene. 

TUTTLE, GEORGE MARVENE, Physician and Author 
of 4917 Maryland Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., was born Sept. 21, 
1866, in Morris, N.Y. In 1891 he i-cccived the degree of M.D. 
from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City. He is the author of Manual of Diseases of Children. ; 

TYSON, HENRY HAWKINS, Physician of 47 West Fif- 
ty-first Street, New York City, was born July 27, 1865, in 
New York City. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the New York University. He is the originator of an in- 
strument foi- tattooing the eye, known as Dr. Tyson's Tattoo- 
ing Needle. 

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TYSON, JAMES,Physician, Educator and Author of 1506 
Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Oct. 26, 1841, in 
Philadelphia, Pa. In 1863 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been medical 
professor at the University of Pennsylvania. 

UTLEY, JAY HATHEWAY, Physician of 416 Bradbury 
Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1858. In 1883 he 
received the degree of M.D, from the Bellevue Hospital Med- 
ical College. He is professor of medicine in the University of 
Southern California. 

UNDERFILL, EUGENE H., Physician of 2221 Chestnut 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. In 1893 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is editor of 
the Guide Book. 

VALLE, CHARLES CARPENTER, Physician and Sur- 
geon of San Diego, Cal., was born June 10,1850, in Frederick- 
town, Mo. He is medical examiner for the Woodmen of the 
World and other fraternal orders. 

VAN DEN BURG, WILLIAM H., Physician and Educat- 
or of 30 West Forty-eighth Street, New York City, was born 
Feb. 17, 1862, in Waterloo, N.Y. Since 1904 he has been pro- 
fessor of the practice of r-^^dicine in the New York Homo&- 
pathic Medical College and Hospital. In 1902 he was president 
of the Homoepathic Medical Society of New York county. 

VANDER VEER, EDGAR ALBERT. Physician of 28 
Eagle Street, Albany, N.Y., was born in 1873. In 1898 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Albany Medical College. 
He is president of the American Medical Editors Association. 

VANDER VEER, JAMES NEWELL, Physician, Author 
of 8145 State Street, Albany, N.Y., was born Dec. 12, 1877, 
in Albany, N.Y. He was educated at Albany Academy, Union 
College ; graduated from Albany Medical College in 1903, and 
received the degree of A.B., A.M. and M.D. ; also studied in 
Berlin, Berne and Vienna. Since 1915 he has been clinical 
professor of genito-urinary surgery, and since 1914 attend- 
ing surgeon to the Albany Hospital; is also attending sur- 
geon of the Albany Free Dispensary. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, American Academy of Med- 

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icine, American Urological Association, the Medical Societies 
of New York State and Albany County ; is also a member of 
the Clinical, Alpha Delta Phi, Army and Navy, Albany Coun- 
try, Albany, Wolferts Roost Country, Fort Orange and Uni- 
versity Clubs. lie has been captain of the medical corps, 
National Guard of New York State ; and is a life member of 
the Anglo-American Medical Association of Berlin, Germany. 
He is the author of a number of papers on genito-urinary 
surgery ; collaborator in the English translation The Diseases 
of Children. 

VAN DUSEN, JAMES WALLACE, Military Surgeon, 
United States Army, Manila, P.I., was born March 29, 1871, 
in Norwalk, Ohio. In 1897 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Michigan. He served in the Spanish- 
American war ; in 1901-09 was first lieutenant and captain in 
the medical corps of the United States Army, and since 1910 
has been major. He served in the Philippine insurrection and 
in the Moro campaign. 

VAN DYUN, JOHN, Physician of 466 James Street, Syr- 
acuse, N.Y., was born in 1843. In 1865 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. He is presi- 
dent of the Lackawanna Association of Railway Surgeons. 

VAN HARLINGEN, ARTHUR, Physician and Author of 
1831 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born Oct. 25, 
1845, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1867 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author 
of Handbook of Local Theiai)eutics and other woi'ks. 

VAN HOOSEN, BERTHA, Physician and Surgeon of 32 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in 1863 in Rochester, 
Mich. She is attending gynecologist to the Cook County, 
Provident and Mary Thom])son Hospitals. 

VAN KIRK, FRANK W., Physician of Jackman Building, 
Janesville, Wis., was born in 1875. In 1901 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Rush Medical College. He is editor 
of the Wisconsin Medical Rocoider. 

VAN LENNEP, WILLIAM B., Physician of 1421 Spruce 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1853. In 1880 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. fiom the Hahnemann Medical 
CoWaffft, He is dean of the Ilahnemann Modical College. 



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VAN RENSSELAER, HOWARD, Physician of 123 State 
Street, Albany, N.Y., was born June 26, 1858, in Albany, N. 
Y. He was educated at Albany Normal School, St. Paul's 
School at Concord, N.H. ; the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons ; and has received the degi'ee of Ph.B. from Yale Uni- 
versity. He was an interne at the New York Hospital; and 
studied in European Hospitals. Since 1889 he engaged in the 
practice of medicine in Albany, N.Y., and is professor of 
materia medica and therapeutics at Albany Medical College. 
He is attending physician to Albany Hospital for Incurables, 
St. Peter's Hospital, Child's Hospital and the Home for 
Friendless. He is medical examiner for leading insurance 
companies. He is a member of the New York State Medical 
Society, Albany County Medical Society and the American 
Therapeutic Society. He is a contributor to medical journals 
and was formerly editor of the Albany Medical Annals. He 
is president of the Charity Organization Society and the 
Boy's Club; and is a member of the Fort Orange, Albany 
County, Racquet, Camera and Calumet Clubs. 

VAN REYPEN, WITJ.IAM KNICKERBOCKER, Naval 
Surgeon of 1021 North Fifteenth Street, Washington, D.C., 
was born Nov. 14, 1840, in Bergen, N.J. In 1902 he retired 
with the rank of rear-admiral. 

VAN SLYCK, DAVID BERNARD, Physician of 60 South 
Grand Avenue, Pasadena, Cal., was born March 2, 1829, in 
Perry, N.Y. He attended Caryville Collegiate Seminary; and 
in 1852 received the degi-ee of M.D. from Buffalo University 
Medical Department. In practice at New York from 1852-61 ; 
and was surgeon to the 101 New York Infantry and twenty- 
second New York Cavalry during the Civil war. Has been in 
Libby Prison two months ; surgeon-in-chief of the Second 
Brigade, Third Division, Calavry Corps; also Provisional 
Brigade ; and medical inspector and director of Army of the 
Shenandoah. For ten years he was in practice at Burlington, 
N.J. ; ten years at Brooklyn, Mass. ; and since 1887 at Pas- 
adena, Cal. He was president of Southern California Medical 
Society and Pasadena Medical Society. 

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VAN VALZAH, WILLIAM WARD, Physician and Au- 
thor of 34 West Fiftieth Street, New York City, was born 
Dec. 11, 1849, in Buffalo Cross Roads, Pa. He is the author of 
Diseases of the Digestive Tube, and other works. 

VARNER, GEORGE W., Physician, Surgeon and Banker 
of 1002 West Frankhn Street, Evansville, Ind., was born July 
7, 1862, in Chrisney, Ind. In 1886 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Kentucky School of Medicine. He is vice-presi- 
dent of the West Side bank. 

VAUGHAN, ELMER E., Surgeon of 2235 Fremont 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born Aug. 18, 1865, in Vermont. 
He has been president of the Chicago Homoepathic Medical 
Society; and was president of the Parent Teachers' Associ- 
ation of the North Division High School. He is president of 
the Board of Directors of the Chicago Union Hospital and 
Ti aining School ; is president of the Alumni Association of 
H.nhnemann Medical College; and president of Minocqua 
Tennis Club. He is a member of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation and of various other educational and medical soci- 
eties. 

VAUGHAN, ROGER T., Surgeon of 30 North Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born May 1, 1878, in Chicago, 111. 
He was formerly senior surgeon in the Dunning Institutions* 
and adjunct professor in St. Luke's Hospital. He is now 
night wardom at the Cook County Hospital; instructor in 
surprry at Rush Medical College; attending surgeon to the 
Cook County Hospital ; and surgeon to the Soo Line. He is a 
member of the Chicago Surgical Society; Western Surgical 
Association ; Fellow of the American College of Surgeons ; 
and a member of the South Shore Country and Univerr'ty 
Clubs. 

VAUGHAN, VICTOR CLARENCE, Educator, Physician, 
Surgeon and Author of 221 South State Street, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., was born Oct. 27, 1851, in Mount Airy, Mo. In 1878 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mich- 
igan. He served in the Spanish-American war. Since 1800 he 
has been dean of the depaitment of medicine and su>-gery 
in the University of Michigan. 

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VEASEY, CLARENCE ARCHIBALD, Physician, Sur- 
geon and Author of 404 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash., 
was born Aug. 9, 1869, in Pocomoke City, Md. In 1890 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege. He is the author of A Manual of the Diseases of the 
Eye and other works. 

VECKI, VICTOR, Physician and Surgeon of 381 Bush 
Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born Dec. 8,1857, in Agram, 
Croatia. In 1881 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Imperial University of Vienna. He is the author of several 
medical works. 

VIETOR, Mrs. AGNES C, Physician, Lecturer and Sci- 
entist of Philadelphia, Pa., was born in Philadelphia, Pa. In 
1892 she received the degree of M.D. from the Womian's 
Medical College of New York. She assisted in the organiz- 
ation of the National Association for the Study and Preven- 
tion of Tuberculosis; and in 1906 was a member of the 
fifteenth international medical congress at Lisbon. 

VINCENT, WALTER S., Physician and Statesman of 
Burlington, Vt., was born June 4, 1838, in Chelsea, Vt. He 
was a student at the Medical School of Hanover, N.H. ; and 
in 1861 received the degree of M.D. from the Medical Col- 
lege of Burlington, Vt. During the Civil war he served as 
assistant surgeon and surgeon in the Ninth Vermont Regi- 
ment, until the close of the war when he settled in Burling- 
ton in 1866. He is manager of the Vermont Electric Com- 
pany. In 1902-03 he was a member of the Vermont House 
of Representatives. He is a member of the American Medical 
Association, the Loyal Legion, G.A.R. and Sons of the 
American Revolution; also the Algonquin and Ethan Allen 
Clubs. 

VITT, RUDOLPH SIMON, Physician and Public Official 
of 3924 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo., was born May 29, 
1874, in Washington, Mo. He was educated in the public 
schools of Washington, Mo., and at the age of thirteen began 
apprenticeship in a drug store; in 1893 he graduated from 
St. Louis College of Pharmacy; and in 1904 received the 

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degree of M.D. from the medical department of St. Loui^ 
University. For twelve years he was engaged in the drug 
business previous to graduation in medicine; and since 1904 
has practiced medicine in St. Louis. He has been treasurer 
of National Association of Retail Druggists ; is a member of 
the American Medical Association, and the Missouri State 
and St. Louis Medical Associations ; and is also a member of 
various fraternal organizations. 

VOLDENG, MATHEW NELSON,Physician and Surgeon 
of Cherokee, Iowa., was born Jan. 21,1863, in Decorah, Iowa. 
He received the degree of A.B. from Luther College, at 
Decorah, Iowa, and the degree of M.D. from the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago; and in 1895-96 did 
post-graduated work in Berlin, Paris and Vienna. In 1888-95 
he was assistant physician at the Independence State Hc^- 
pital of Iowa. Since its opening in 1902 he has been super- 
intendent and medical director of the Cherokee State IIos- 
])ital ; and is now superintendent of the new institution 
located at Woodward, Iowa. He is the author of numerous 
paeprs on mental and nervous diseases. 

VON ADELUNG, EDWARD, Physician and Lecturer of 
1206 Broadway, Oakland, Cal., was born in 1867 in Missouri. 
In 1892 he leceived the degree of M.D. from the University 
of California. He is health officer of the city of Oakland. 

WAGLER, CHARLES GRAY, Physician and Surgeon of 
Hampton, N.Y., was boi-n Oct. 10, 1856, in Minden. N.Y. He 
is president of the American Medico-Psychological Associ- 
ation. 

WAINWRIGHT, JOHN WILLIAM, Physician of 80 
Washington Square, East, New York City, was boi-n in 1850. 
In 1875 he received the degree of M.D. from the Miami Med- 
ical College. He is editor of the Archives of Diagnosis. 

WAITE, HERSCHEL NAPOLEON, Physician, Suigeon 
and Founder, of Johnson, Vt., was born Fell. 13, 1850, in 
Stowe, Vt. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Eclectic Medical College. He was president of the Vermont 
State Eclectic Medical Society. 

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WALCOTT, HENRY PICKERING, Physician of 145 
State House, Cambridge, Mass., was born in 1838. In 1861 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical School of 
Maine. He is chairman of the State Board of Health. 

WALDO, RALPH, Physician of 54 West Seventy-first 
Street, New York City, was born Sept. 24, 1860, in Scotland, 
Conn. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the New 
Ycrk University. He is the author of Condylomata; Their 
Etiology and Treatment and other works. 

WALKER, Mrs. EMMA ELIZABETH, Physician and 
Author of 426 East Twenty-sixth Street, New York City, 
was born July 18, 1864, in Springfield, Mass. In 1898 she 
received the degree of M.D. from the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. She is the author of Beauty, Through Hygiene. 

WALKER, FRANK B., Physician of 115 Watson Street, 
Detroit, Mich., was born in 1867. In 1892 he received tlie 
degree of M.D. from the Detroit College of Medicine. He is 
registrar of the Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery- 

WALKER, FRANK B., Surgeon of 115 Watson Street, 
Detroit, Mich., was born April 25, 1867, in Hunter's Creek, 
Mich. In 1892 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Detroit College of Medicine. He is president of the Wayne 
County Medical Society. 

WALKER, JOHN BALDWIN, Surgeon of 50 East Thir- 
ty-fourth Street, New York City, was born Jan. 16, 1860, ia 
Lodi, N.J. He is visiting surgeon to the Hospital for Rup- 
tured and Crippled; and consulting surgeon to the Manhat- 
tan State Hospital. 

WALKER, OLIVER D., Physician of 702 South Santa Fe 
Street, Salina, Kan., was born in 1860. In 1886 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of Keokuk, Iowa. He is president of the State Board 
of Health. 

WALLACE, RAYMOND, Physician of The Elizabeth 
Flats, Chattanooga, Tenn., was born in 1876. In 1902 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. 
He is editor and publisher of the Southern Medicine and 
Surgery. 

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WALLS, CHARLES BRUCE, Physician of 22 East 
Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 20, 1857, in 
Scotland. He served with the First Illinois Volunteer Infant- 
ry in the war with Spain. He was oppinted first lieteunant 
of the United States Ai-my Medical Reserve Corps in 1911, 
and is also major and surgeon of the First Illinois National 
Guard. 

WALLS, FRANK XAVIER, Physician of 30 North Mich- 
igan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1869, in Toronto, 
Canada. He is attending physician to several hospitals ; and 
in 1911 was appointed first lieutenant of the United States 
Army Medical Reserve Coi-ps. 

WALSH, JAMES JOSEPH, Educator, Physician and Au- 
thor of 887 Longwood Avenue, New York City, was born 
April 12, 1865, in Archbald, Pa. In 1902 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He is the author of Makers of Modern 
Medicine and The Popes and Science. 

WALSH, JOSEPH, Physician and Educator of 736 Pine 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in Parsons, Pa. In 1895 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He has been president of the Pennsylvania Society 
for the Prevention of Tuberculosis. 

WALTER, JOSEPHINE, Physician of 61 West Seventy- 
fourth Street, New York City, was born in New York City. 
She was educated in New York City; in 1883 graduated 
from the New York Infirmai-y and received the degree of 
M.D. She is also a post-graduate and was educated in Berlin, 
Paris, Leipzig and Vienna. She is consulting physician to 
the New York Infirmary and Gynecologist of the Montefiore 
Home. She is a moml)ei' of the Academy of Medicine of New 
York Woman's Medical Association of New York and New 
York State, Harvey Society, American Medical Association, 
County Medical Society and other organizations. 

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, Surgeon and Teacher of 
386 Washington Avenue. Bi-ooklyn, N.Y., was born Nov. 22, 
1866, in Newton, N.J. In 1889 he received the degi-ee of M. 
D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 

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City. He is the author of Works on Surgery and Medical 
Sociology. 

WARD, FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE, Physician and 
Author of 2700 Broadway, San Francisco, Cal., was born 
July 10, 1860, in San Francisco, Cal. In 1887 she received 
the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Hospital College. 
She has the largest practice of any woman physician west 
of Chicago, and has written extensively for medical journals. 

WARD, GEORGE GRAY, Jr., Surgeon of 71 west Fif- 
tieth Street, New York City, was born Aug. 15, 1868, in 
London, England. In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Long Island College Hospital. He has been presi- 
dent of the New York Obstetrical Society. He is first lieu- 
tenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States 
Army. 

WARD, JAMES WILLIAM, Surgeon and Educator of 
391 Sutter Street, San Francisco, Cal., was born March 14, 
1861, in Minneapolis, Minn. He graduated from high school, 
San Jose, Cal ; and in 1883 received the degree of M.D. from 
New York Homoepathic Medical College and Hospital. He has 
been a member of the medical staff of Wards Island and 
Homoepathic Hospitals and resident physician to Hahnemann 
Hospital ; and has been professor of gynecology and abdo- 
minal surgeon to Hahnemann Medical College of the Pacific 
for twenty-eight years. He has served as gynecologist to 
Fabiola Hospital, and president of the Health Department 
of San Francisco ; also chairman of the Medical Board Nur- 
sery for Homeless Children. He is one of the founders of 
the Southern Homoepathic Dispensary, Homoepathic Sani- 
tarium ; and founder of the Hahnemann Hospital in 1905 ; 
and is surgeon of that hospital and San Francisco City Hos- 
pital. He is president of the American Institute of Homoc- 
pathy; a member of the British Homoepathic Association, 
California State Homoepathic Medical Society ;also a member 
of the Sons of the American Revolution, and Bohemian, 
Unanimous Clubs. 

WARD, JOHN LA BRUCE, Physician of State Board of 
Health, Columbia, S.C, was born in 1882. In 1905 he received 

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the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of South Car- 
olina. He is president of the Southeastern Sanitary Associ- 
ation. 

WARD, SAMUEL BALDWIN, Physician of 281 State 
Street, Albany, N.Y., was born in 1842. In 1864 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Georgetown University. He is 
dean of the AllDany Medical College, m,edical department of 
Union University. 

WARD, SAMUEL BALDWIN, Educator and Physician 
of 281 State Street, Albany, N.Y., was born June 8, 1842, in 
New York City. In 1864 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Georgetown University. Since 1884 he has been profes- 
sor of theory and practice of medicine in the Albany Medical 
College. 

WARNER, LUCIEN CALVIN, Physician, Philanthropist 
and Author of 141 Broadway, New York City, was born Oct. 
26, 1841, at Cuyler, N.Y. He attended De Ruyter Academy; 
in 1865 graduated from Oberlin College ; and in 1867 received 
the degree of M.D. from New York University. He received 
the degree of A.M. for post-graduate work in 1870, and 
LL.D. in 1900 from his alma mater. He has lectured exten- 
sively throughout the country on health subjects ; and has 
written two popular medical books, The Functions and Dis- 
eases of Women, and Man in Health and Disease. In 1894 he 
formed a partnership with his brother under the name of 
Warner Brothers Company, of which he is vice-president 
and seci-etary ; and in 1900 he organized the Warner Chem- 
ical Con^pany, of which he is president. He is also president 
of the International Phosphate Company, Warner Baking 
Powder Company ; director of the Home Insurance Company 
and the Monaich Chemical Company; and was also one of 
the organizers and fust president of the Hamilton Bank of 
New York and the Woman's Hotel Company. He is trustee 
of Oberlin College; gave $125,000 for its Conservatory of 
Music; $90,000 for a gymnasium; was president of the Har- 
lem Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association, to 
which he gave $50,000 for their present building. He is a 
member of the New England Society, the Descendants of the 

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Mayflower, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American 
Museum of Natural History, the New York Chamber of 
Commerce; is a member of the University, Adirondack 
League, Scarsdale Golf and the Congregational, of which he 
was president in 1889-94. 

WARNSHUIS, FREDERICK COOK, Physician of 891/2 
Monroe Avenue,- Grand Rapids, Mich., was born in 1880. Tn 
1902 he received the degree of M.D. from the Grand Rapids 
Medical College. He is editor of the Journal Michigan State 
Medical Society. 

WARREN, CHARLES EVERETT, Physician of North 
Easton, Mass., was born Nov. 5, 1858, in Neponset, Boston, 
Mass. In 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University Medical School. He is the author of 
Aphorisms on Diseases of Children and various other med- 
ical monographs. 

WARREN, HOWARD CROSBY, Physician of 123 Lib- 
rary Place, Princeton, N.J., was born June 12, 1867, in 
Montclair, N.J. Since 1904 he has been head of the psycho- 
logical laboratory of Princeton University; also co-editor of 
the American Naturalist. He is a member of the American 
Psychological Association. 

WARREN, JOHN COLLINS, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 58 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born May 
4, 1842, in Boston, Mass. In 1866 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. Since 
1887 he has been professor at the Harvard University. He is 
the author of The Anatomy and Developement of Rodent 
Ulcer and other works. 

WARREN, JOSEPH WEATHERHEAD, Physician and 
Medical Professor of Harrisburg, Pa., was born June 24, 
1849, in Springfield, Mass. Since 1913 he has been assistant 
to the commisioner of health of Pennsylvania. 

WARTHIN, ALDRED SCOTT, Educator, Physician, 
Pathologist and Author of 1020 Ferden Road, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., was born Oct. 21, 1866, in Greensburg, Ind. In 1891 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of 
Michigan. He is professor of pathology and director of the 

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pathological laboratory. He is the author of Practical Path- 
ology and other works. 

WASHBURN, GEORGE HAMLIN, Physician of 377 
Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass., was born May 22, 1860, in 
Constantinople, Turkey. He has lived abroad most of the 
time until 1876 ;was educated in the preparatory department 
of Robert College, Constantinople ; in 1882 received the de- 
gree of A.B. from Amherst College ; and in 1886 M.D. from 
Harvard University. In 1886 he began to practice at Boston ; 
is professor emeritus of obstetrics at Tufts College Medical 
School ; is late visiting gynecologist to St. Eliazbeth's Hos- 
pital ; and consulting surgeon to Free Hospital for Women. 
He is a member of the American Medical and Massachusetts 
Medical Societies, Boston Obstetrical Society, Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; and the University and Harvard Clubs. 

WATERMAN, A. H., Physician of 112 W^est Randolph 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born in Minneapolis, Minn. He is 
resident physician at the Hotel Sherman. He is ex-grand 
president of the Phi Alpha Gama Fraternity ; and is a mem- 
ber of the Chicago Medical Society and the American Med- 
ical Society and the American Medical Association; and a 
member of the Hamilton Club. 

WATERMAN, SAMUEL A.,Surgeon of 7845 Winnecoma 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born June 28, 1868, in Illinois. He 
is surgeon to the Englewood Hospital ; and chief surgeon of 
the Auburn Park Hospital. 

WATERS, BERTRAM HOWARD, Physician and Bacte- 
riologist of 40 East Forty-first Street, New York City, was 
born Sept. 4, 1867, in Pittsburgh. Pa. In 1913 he was direct- 
or of tuberculosis clinics for the city of New York ; and 1908 
a lecturer for the New York State Department of Health. 

WATERS, MOSES H., Physician of 725 Majile Avenue, 
Terre Haute, Ind., was boi'n July 26, 1837, in Lowville, N.Y. 
In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. fioiii tiie New York 
Homa^pathic Medical College. He has been president of the 
Indiana Institution of Hom(vi)athy. He is sui'geon of the 
Travelers Insurance Company. 

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WATHEN, JOHN ROACH, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 205 Gaulbert Building, Louisville, Ky., was born 
June 27, 1872, in Louisville, Ky. In 1898 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is the 
author of Epitome of Histology. 

WATKINS, THOMAS J., Surgeon of 104 South Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1863 in Utica, N.Y. He is 
surgeon to St. Luke's Hospital ; and professor in the North- 
western University Medical School. 

WATKINS, THOMAS JAMES, Physician of 5436 East 
End Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born in 1863. In 1886 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College. He is president of the American Gynecological 
Association. 

WATSON, EDWARD WILLIARD, Physician, Author 
and Poet of 38 South Nineteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born Jan. , 1843, in Newport, R.I. In 1865 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He 
is the author of Songs of Flying Hours and other works. 

WATSON, IRVING ALLISON, Physician, Surgeon and 
Editor of Concord, N.H., was born Sept. 6, 1849, in Salis- 
bury, N.H. In 1871 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Vermont. He has compiled and edited the New 
Hampshire Registration Reports, and is the author of 
numerous papers and articles to medical journals. 

WATSON, WILLIAM PERRY, Physician of 116 Giffard 
Street, Jersey City, N.J., was born May 17, 1854, at Bolton- 
on-Lake George, N.Y. In 1878 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He is now assistant medical director of the Pru- 
dential Insurance Company. 

WAUGHOP, PHILIP REXFORD, Physician and Surgeon 
of 304 Melrose Avenue, Seattle, aWsh., was born Feb. 1, 
1868, in Blue Island, 111. He received the degree of A.B. and 
in 1894 the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. In 1900-03 he was Hawaian government 
physician and health officer; and now practices his profes- 
sion in Seattle. He is contributor to medical journals on 
leprosy and other skin diseases. 

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WAY, JOSEPH HOWELL, Physician of Waynesville, 
was born Nov. 22, 1865, in Waco, Texas. He attended the 
Medical College of Virginia; in 1886 received the degree of 
M.D. from Vanderbilt University ; licensed to pi-actice in 
1885, at the age of nineteen, after passing examination in 
the class of 1885 before the State Board of North Carolina, 
making the highest grade of class. He is local surgeon of 
the Southern Railway; state medical examiner of the Koyal 
Arcanum for North Carolina; was a member of the State 
Board of Medical Examiners, the State Board of Health ; 
and trustee of Ti'inity College, N.C. He is charter member 
and director of the First National bank, Champion bank, and 
the Bryson City bank. He is a member of the Tri-State 
Medical Association ; the American Medical Association, 
Southern Medical Society, and other organizations. He is 
lieutenant in the United States Army Medical Reserve Corps ; 
in 1908 was a member of the International Congress of 
Tuberculosis; and is a contributor on medical subjects. 

WAYLAND, CHARLES A., Educator, Physician and 
Surgeon of 140 North Third Street, San Jose, Cal., was born 
April 8, 1866, in Monterey, Cal. In 1891 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical College. In 
1893 he was elected physician and surgeon of the county 
hospital of Santa Clara County, Cal. 

WEAVER, .JACOB J., Physician and Banker of Union- 
town, Md., was born June 19, 1848, in Carrol County, Md. 
He is president of the First National bank. 

WEAVER, JOHN ERASTUS, Physician of Syracuse, N. 
Y., was born Dec. 13, 1848, in Penfield, N.Y. He was edu- 
cated in the common schools and seminary; at Elmira Free 
Academy, Syracuse University ; and in 1875 graduated from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1875 he received 
license to practice in Massachusetts; in 1879 for New York 
State and received the degrees of B.S., M.S. and M.D. He is 
a member of the Rochester Pathological and Central New 
York Medical Associations. 

WEAVER, RUFUS B., Educator and Physician of 224 
North Broad Street, Philadel])hia, Pa., was born Jun. 10, 

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1841, in Gettysburg, Pa. In 1865 he received the degree of 
M.D, from the Pennsylvania Medical University. He is pro- 
fessor of applied anatomy in the Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege. 

WEBBER, SAMUEL GILBERT, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of Brookline, Mass., v^as born July 24, 1838, in Bos- 
ton, Mass. In 1865 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Harvard University Medical School. He is the author of 
Treatise on Nervous Diseases and other works. 

WEBER, G.T., Physician of 606 East Main Street, Olney, 
111., was born Sept. 10, 1868, in Ingersham, 111. In 1894 he 
receivd the degree of M.D. from the Missouri Medical Col- 
lege. He is president of the Olney Sanitarium Company. 

WEBSTER, DAVID, Surgeon of 24 East Forty-eighth 
Street, New York City, was born July 16,1842, in Cambridge, 
N.C. Since 1885 he has been surgeon to the Manhattan Eye 
and Ear Hospital ; and is senior surgeon and chairman of 
the Board of Surgeons of that hospital. 

WEBSTER, HENRY GOODWIN,Physician of 364 Wash- 
ington Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born Oct. 7, 1870, in 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Since 1907 he has been surgeon to the New 
York Police Department; and is editor of the Long Island 
Medical Journal. 

WEBSTER, HENRY GOODWIN,Physician of 364 Wash- 
ington Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1870. In 1895 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Columbia Univer- 
sity. He is editor of the Long Island Medical Journal. 

WEBSTER, RALPH WALDO, Physician and Author of 
8 North State Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 16, 1873, 
in Monmouth, 111. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Rush Medical College. Since 1905 he has been 
biological chemist to the Cook County Hospital. He is the 
author of Laboratory Manual of Physiological Chemistry 
and other works. 

WEEDON, LESLIE WASHINGTON, Physician and Sci- 
entist of Tampa, Fla., was born April 27, 1860, in Sanders- 
ville, Ga. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
New York University. He has been president of the County 
Board of Health. 

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WEEKS, JOHN ELMER, Physician and Army Officer of 
46 East Fifty-seventh Street, New York City, was born Aug. 
9, 1853, in Painesville, Ohio. Since 1900 he has been a pro- 
fessor in New York University and Bellevue Hospital Med- 
ical College. 

WEIR, ROBERT FULTON, Physician and Surgeon of 11 
East Fifty-fourth Street, New York City, was born Feb. 16, 
1838, in New York City. In 1859 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City. He served in the Civil war. He has been president 
of the American Surgical Association. 

WEIS, JOSEPH DEUTSCH, Physician and Educator of 
1448 Jackson Avenue, New Orleans, La., was born June 12, 
1872, in New Orleans, La. He received the degree of M.D. 
from Harvard University. He was house officer of the Mas- 
sachusetts General Hospital ; assistant histologian of the 
Harvard Medical School ; and since 1907 has been assistant 
professor of medicine at Tulane University; and professor 
of of tropical medicine at Tulane Univei'sity. He is visiting 
physician to Charity Hospital, Touro Infirmary, New Or- 
leans ; and chief of clinic to chair of medicine at Tulane 
University. During the World-War he served in France. He 
is a member of the American Medical Association, Massa- 
chusetts Medical Society, Boston Society of Medical Science, 
Louisiana State Medical Society, Orleans Parish Medical 
Society, and New Orleans Medical Research Club. 

WEIS, WILLIAM DANIEL, Physician, Surgeon and 
Banker of 641 South Hohman Sti-eet, Hammond, Ind., was 
born Nov. 28, 1873, in Indiana. In 1904 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the American College of Medicine and 
Surgery. He is vice-president of the Citizens* German 
National bank. 

WEISSE, FANEUIL DUNKIN, Physician, Founder and 
Author of 108 East Thirtieth Street. New York City, was 
born Aug. 27, 1842, in Watertown, Mass. In 1864 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. He is the author of Practical Hu- 
man Anatomy. 

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WELBORN, JAMES Y., Surgeon of 712 South Fourth 
Street, Evansville, Ind., was born in 1873 in Stewartsville, 
Ind. In 1899 he received the degree of M.D. from the Hum- 
boldt Medical College. He is proprietor of Evansville San- 
itarium, and pi'esident of the Vanderburgh County Anti- 
Tuberculosis Society. He limits his practice to surgery. 

WELBOURN, ALASCO CARLO, Physician of 818 Secur- 
ity Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1871. In 1891 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Eclectic Medical 
College. He is editor of the California Eclectic Medical Jour- 
nal. 

WELCH, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician, Educator and 
Author of 807 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md., was born 
April 8, 1850, in Norfolk, Conn. In 1875 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He is the author of General Pathology of 
Fever. 

WELLES, CHARLES STUART, Physician, Author and 
Poet of 1 East Thirty-ninth Street, New York City, was 
born in 1860. In 1885 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Dartmouth Medical School. He is the author of Lilian 
and other works. 

WELLS, BROOKS HUGHES,Physician and Gynecologist 
of 52?) Madison Avenue, New York City, was born July 28, 
1859, in New Haven, Conn. Since 1893 he has been profes- 
sor of gynecology in the New York Polyclinic; and since 
1892 editor of the American Journal of Obstetiics 

WELCH, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician of 807 St. Paul 
Street, Baltimore, Md., was born in 1850. In 1875 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. He is president of the State Board 
of Health. 

WELLS, CLARENCE ARTHUR, Physician and Surgeon 
of Musselman Building, Quincy, 111., was born Dec. 4, 1870, 
in Warren County, 111. In 1897 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Missouri Medical College. Since 1899 he has 
been president of the Board of the United States Pension 
Examiners. 

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WELLS, BROOKS HUGHES, Physician of 523 Madison 
Avenue, New York City, was born in 1859. In 1884 he i-e- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of New York City. He is editor of the Amer- 
ican Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Wo%nen and 
Children. 

WELLS, GEORGE HARLAN, Physician of 1807 Chest- 
nut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born in 1880. In 1902 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Hahnemann Medical 
College. He is editor of the Hahnemannian Monthly. 

WELLS, JOSEPH EZRA,Physician of Cyntheana Street, 
Mt. Olivet, Ky., was born Oct. 25, 1860, in Mt. Olivet, Ky. 
In 1891 he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical 
College of Ohio. He is the author of Gunshot Wounds of the 
Femur and various other medical monographs. 

WELLS, WALTER AUGUSTINE, Physician and Author 
of 815 Conn Avenue, Washington, D.C., was born March 6, 
1870, in Baldensburg, Md. In 1891 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Georgetown University. He is professor of 
laryngology and otology at the University of Georgetown. 
D.C. He is the author of Thesaurus of Medical Words and 
Phrases. 

WELLS, WILLIAM HUGHES, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 1135 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born 
Sept. 25, 1859, in West Philadelphia, Pa. In 1891 he received 
the degree of M.D, from the Jefferson Medical College. He is 
the author of Compend of Gynecology. 

WELTY, CULLEN F., Surgeon of 210 Post Street, San 
Francisco, Cal., was born Feb. 22, 1866, in Beach City, Ohio. 
In 1890 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. He has been president of the San Francisco 
County Medical Society. He is now chief in otology in the 
San Francisco Polyclinic ; and suigeon of the ear, nose and 
throat in the San Francisco Hospital. 

WESCOTT, CASSIUS D., Physician of 22 East Washing- 
ton Street, Chicago, 111., was born May 25. 1861, in Salisbury 
Center, N.Y. He is attending ophthalmologist to St. Luke's 
and the Washington Boulevard Hospitals ; and is first lieu- 

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tenant of the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States 
Army. He is a member of the University Ckib. 

WESSELER, FREDERIICK WILLIAM,Physician of 3195 
South Grand Avenue, St, Louis, Mo., was born Dec. 28, 1841, 
in Dubois County, Ind. In 1866 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Washington University. He is president of 
Glades Realty and Investment Company. 

WEST, OLIN, Physician of Capitol Building, Nashville, 
Tenn. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. from the Van- 
derbilt University. He is editor of the Journal Tennessee 
State Medical Association. 

WESTBROOK, RICHARD WARD,Surgeon and Educator 
of 1145 Dean Street, Broklyn, N.Y., was born Feb. 3, 1864, 
in New Haven, Conn. Since 1906 he has been attending sur- 
geon to the Brooklyn Hospital. He is ex-president of the 
Brooklyn Medical Society. 

WESTERVELT, JOHN CHASE, Physician and Banker 
of 1709 South Broadway, Shelbyville, 111., was born June 7, 
1855, in Westerville, Ohio. In 1879 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Bennett Medical College. He is vice-president 
of the First National bank and Citizens' Savings and Loan 
Association. 

WHALEN, CHARLES JOSEPH, Physician and Surgeon 
of 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 
11, 1868, in Madison, Wis. In 1887 he graduated with the 
degree of A.M. from the Watertown University of Wiscon- 
sin; in 1891 graduated with the degree of M.D. from the 
Rush Medical College; and in 1896 received the degree of 
LL.B. from' the Lake Forest University. He has been chief 
of clinics, instructor of clinics, and associate professor of 
the Rush Medical College ; and for eight years was professor 
of surgery in the Chicago Polyclinic. For two years he was 
surgeon and for two years was gynecologist in the County 
Hospital. He is a member of the consulting staff of the Cook 
County Hospital ; in 1905-07 was commissioner of health. He 
has been four times a delegate from Illinois to the American 
Medical Association ; in 1913-14 was president of the Chi- 
cago and of the Illinois State Medical Societies, and in 1914- 

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16 was president of the Chicago Medical Society. He is a 
member of the American PiibHc Health Association, the 
American Academy of Medicine, the Physicians Club of 
Chicago, and the Chicago Laryngological and Climatological 
Society. He is the author of numerous published monographs 
on medical topics. 

WHARTON, HENRY REDWOOD, Physician and Author 
of 1725 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 23, 
1853, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1876 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is surgeon to 
the Presbyterian and to the Children's Hospitals. He is the 
author of Surgery and Bandaging, 

WHEAT, JAMES EDGAR,Physician, Sui-geon and Bank- 
er of San Fernando, Cal., was born April 10, 1862, in Frank- 
lin, N.Y. In 1900 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
University of Southern California. He is president of the 
First National bank of San Fernando. 

WHEATON, CLARENCE LLOYD, Physician of 2733 
North Clark Street, Chicago, 111., was born May 27, 1873, 
in Fort Pembina, N.D. He is visiting physician to the Chi- 
cago Winfield Tuberculosis Sanitarium ; and superintendent 
of survey in the Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. He is 
ex-president of the North Side Branch of the Chicago Med- 
ical Society; and first lieutenant of the Medical Reserve 
Corps of the United States Army. 

WHEELER, CLAUDE LAMONT,Physician and Surgeon 
of 418 East Sixteenth Sti-eet, New York City, was born in 
1854 in Montreal, Canada. He graduated from McGill Uni- 
versity of Montreal, receiving the degrees of M.D. and B.A. ; 
and subsequently took post-graduate course in the New York 
Polyclinic, where he was an interne. He is editor of the New 
York Medical Journal. 

WHEELER, JOHN, Physician of Plymouth, N.IL, was 
bom May 16, 1872, in Alton, N.H. In 1895 he received the 
degi'ee of A.B. from Dartmouth College ;and in 1808 i-eceivod 
the degree of M.D. from Daitmouth Medical College In 
1898-99 he was an interne to a hospital on the Massachusetts 
State Farms ; and since 1899 has practiced at Plymouth, N.H. 

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He has ben surgeon to the Boston and Maine Railroad ; and 
was a member of the Board of Pension Examining Surgeons. 
He is a member of the American Medical Association and 
various other educational societies. 

WHELPLEY, HENRY MILTON, Physician, Biologist 
and Author of 2342 Albion Place, St. Louis, Mo., was born 
May 24, 1861, in Battle Creek, Mich. In 1883 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. In 
1900-07 he was professor of materia medica and pharmacy 
in the medical department of the Washington University. 
He is the author of Curtman's Chemical Lecture Notes and 
other works. 

WHITE, CALVIN S., Physician of Selling Building, 
Portland, Ore., was born in 1868. In 1894 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of Oregon. He is editor 
of the Bulletin State Board of Health. 

WHITE, CHARLES HENRY, Physician of Center Sand- 
wich, N.H., was born Nov. 18, 1838, in Center Sandwich, 
N.H. In 1862 he received the degree of M.D. from the Har- 
vard University Medical School. He became medical director 
in the Medical corps of the United States Navy with the 
rank of rear-admiral, now retired. 

WHITE, CORTLAND YARDLEY, Physician, Surgeon 
and Author of 1808 Diamond Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was 
born Aug. 12, 1873, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1895 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He 
is the author of The Blood. 

WHITE, FRANKLIN WARREN, Physician of 322 Marl- 
borough Street, Boston, Mass., was born Oct. 23, 1869, in 
Boston, Mass. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Harvard University Medical School. He is visiting sur- 
geon of the Boston City Hospital. 

WHITE, GEORGE STARR, Physician, Surgeon, Author 
of 327 South Alvarado Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born 
July 13, 1866, in Danbury, Conn. He was educated under 
private tutors; at Yale University and Cornell University 
Medical College; and in 1908 received the degree of M.D. 
from the New York Homoepathic Medical College and Flower 

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Hospital. He is the inventor and designer of wire working 
machinery and electrical machines, also physicians and sur- 
geons apparatus ; discoverer of magnetic meridian and color 
method of diagnosing disease ; and is a lecturer on diagnosis 
and modern physical therapeutics. He is a member of the 
American Medical Association, American Institute of Hom- 
oepathy, American Electro-Therapeutic Association, the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, and 
The Archaeological Institute of America. He is the author of 
Guide Book to Infant Feeding, Fermented Milk in Health 
and Disease and a Lecture Course on Diagnosis and Physical 
Therapeutics. 

WHITE, JAMES WILLIAM, Physician, Surgeon and Au- 
thor of 1810 South Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pa., 
was born Nov. 2, 1850, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1871 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. He is John Rhea Barton professor of surgery in the 
University of Pennsylvania. He is joint-author of American 
Text-book of Surgery and other works. 

WHITE, JOHN BLAKE, Physician and Author of 1013 
Madison Avenue, New York City, was born Oct. 9, 1850, in 
Charleston, S.C. In 1874 her received the degree of M.D. 
fiomi the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Yo^k 
City. He has been a lecturer of the Post-Graduate Medical 
College. He is the author of numerous medical and surgical 
papers. 

WHITE, ROBERT V., Physician of 212 South Main Ave- 
nue, Scranton, Pa. In 1901 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is president of the 
Interstate Federation of Homoepathic Societies of New York 
and Pennsylvania. 

WHITE, WILLIAM H., Physician and Banker of Bloom- 
field, N.J., was born in 1837 in New York.In 1860 he received 
the degree of M.D. fiom the Pennsylvania Medical College. 
He is pi-esident of the Bloomfiold Trust Company. 

WHITE, Wn.LIAM RUSHMER, Physician of Ellicott 
City, Md., was boin in 1872. In 1900 he received the degree 



AMERICAN t>HYSlCtAN ANt> StJftGfiON 

of M.D. from the Toronto University Medical Faculty. He is 
superintendent of the Patapsco Manor Sanitarium. 

WHITE, WILLIAM S., Physician and Surgeon of 22 East 
Washington Street, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 30, 1864, in 
Greenwood, 111. In 1888 he graduated from the Chicago 
Homoepathic Medical College. He opened and put in operation 
the Rochester Homoepathic Hospital, Rochester, N.Y. He has 
ben attending physician to the Cook County Hospital, a 
nfember of the advisory staff of the Monroe Hospital; and 
captain and assistant surgeon in the Illinois National Guard. 

WHITEHEAD, RICHARD HENRY, Educator, Physician 
and Author of Charlottesville, Va., was born July 27, 1865, 
in Salisbury, N.C. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Virginia. He is professor of anatomy 
and dean of the medical department in the University of 
Virginia. He is the author of Anatomy of the Brain. 

WHITESIDE, GEORGE SATTUCK, Surgeon and Author 
of Portland, Ore., was born in 1873 in Boston, Mass. In 1897 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Harvard University 
Medical School. He is the author of about twenty papers on 
surgical subjects. 

WHITMAN, CHARLES H., Physician of 405 South Hill 
Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 1856. In 1890 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of Illinois. He 
is librarian of the County Hospital Library. 

WHITMAN, ROYAL, Surgeon and Educator of 283 Lex- 
ington Avenue, New York City, was born. Oct. 24, 1857, in 
Portland, Maine. He is professor of orthopedic surgery in 
the New York Polyclinic Medical School. In 1895 he was 
president of the American Orthopedic Association. 

WIDNEY, JOSEPH POMEROY, Physician and Author 
of 150 West Adams Street, Los Angeles, Cal., was born Sept. 
26, 1841, in Miami County, Ohio. In 1867 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the University of California. Since 1868 
he has practiced medicine in Los Angeles; and has been 
president, founder and dean of the College of Medicine of 
the University of Southern California. He is the author of 
Race Life of the Arvan People and other works. 

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WIENER, MEYER, Physician of 308 North Sixth Street, 
St, Louis, Mo., was born in 1868. In 1896 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Missouri Medical College. He is editor 
of the Annuals of Ophthalmology. 

WIGGIN, FREDERICK, HOLME, Physician, Surgeon 
and Gynecologist of 55 West Thirty-sixth Street, New York 
City, was boi-n Dec. 26, 1853, in England. Since 1892 he has 
been visiting surgeon to the New York Hospital, 

WIGHTMAN, ORRIN SAGE, Physician of 113 West 
Seventy-eighth Street, New York City, was born May 6, 
1873, in New York City. He was educated in the University 
Grammar School ; in 1895 received the degree of B.A. from 
New York University; and in 1898 received the degree of 
M.D. from New York University Medical School. In 1898- 
1900 he was an interne at Gouverneur Hospital ; and since 
1900 has practiced medicne in New York City. He has been 
adjunct professor of medicine to New York Polyclinic Hos- 
pital ; and visiting physician to the North Westei*n Dispen- 
sary. He is clinical professor of medicine to the New York 
Polyclinic; and visiting physician to the City Hospital, He 
is a fellow of the Academy of Medicine; is a member of 
County New York Medical Society, the New York State 
Society, the American Medical Association, the Medico-Sur- 
gical Society, the West End Medical Society, the Rockland 
County Medical Society; the Alumni Society of the Gouver- 
neur and City Hospitals; and a member of Psi Upsilon 
Fraternity, 

WILBUR, RAY LYMAN, Physician of Lune Hospital, 
San Francisco, Cal,, was born in 1875. In 1889 he received 
the degree of M.D. fiom^ the Cooper Medical College. He is 
dean of the Leland Stanford Junioi- University Department 
of Medicine. 

WILCOX, DEWITT GILnERT,Physician of 419 Roylston 
Street, Boston, Mass., was boin in 1858. In 1880 he received 
the degree of M.D. liom tlio Cleveland HonKcpathic Medical 
College. He is president of the American Institute of Hom- 
oepathy. 

WILCOX, DE WITT (;iLBERT,Physician and Surgeon of 
419 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass., was born Jan. 15, 1858, 
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in Akron, Ohio. In 1880 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Cleveland Homoepathic Medical College. Since 1890 he 
has conducted his own private hospital under the name of 
Lexington Heights Hospital. 

WILCOX, HERBERT BUDINGTON, Physician of 159 
East Seventieth Street, New York City, was born July 1, 
1874, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is adjunct attending physician 
to Bellevue Hospital ; and attending physician to the Man- 
hattan Eye and Ear Hospital. 

WILCOX, REYNOLD WEBB, Physician and Educator 
of 579 Broadway, New York City, was born March 29, 1856, 
in Madison Conn. In 1878 he received the degree of A.B. 
from Yale ; in 1881 received the degree of A.M. from Hobart 
College, the degree of M.D. from Harvard University; and 
in 1892 the degree of LL.D. from Maryville College; and in 
1915 the degree of D.C.L. from Wittenberg College. In 1890- 
1908 he was memV)er of the Board and consulting physician 
to St. Mark's Hospital ;and professor of medicine in the New 
York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. He is 
consulting physician to the Nassau, Ossining and Eastern 
Long Island Hospitals. He is president of the American 
Medical Association of Jurisprudence, American Therapeutic 
Society, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, the Medical Asso- 
ciation of Greater City of New York, the American College 
of Physicians and the American Congress on Internal Med- 
icine. He is a member of the Society of American Wars, 
Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, Society of 
the War of 1812, and the Military Order of Loyal Legion; 
and is also a member of the Metropolitan, Church and Army 
and Navy Clubs. 

WILDER, WILLIAM HAMLIN, Physician of 122 South 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., was born Dec. 16, 1860, in 
Covington, Ky. He is head of the department and professor 
of ophthalmology in the Rush Medical College; surgeon to 
the Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary; ophthalmologist to the 
Presbyterian Hospital, Children's Memorial Hospital and 
Home for Crippled Children. 

WILE, IRA SOLOMON, Physician of 230 West Ninety- 
seventh Street, New York City, was born Nov. 29, 1877, in 

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tlochester, N.Y. In 1912 he was a member of the Board of 
Education. 

WILE, IRA SOLOMON, Physician of 230 West Ninety- 
seventh Street, New York City, was boi-n in 1877. Tn 1902 
he received the degree of M.D. from the University of Penn 
sylvania. He is editor of the Medical Review of Reviews. 

WILGUS, SIDNEY D., Physician of 25 East Washin^rton 
Street, Chicago, 111., was born Feb. 16, 1872, in Buffalo, N.Y. 
In 1895-1902 he was a member of the medical staff of St. 
Lawrence State Hospital; 1902-04 alienist in the Psycho- 
pathic Wards of Greater New York ; 1904-10 chainnan of 
the New York State Board of Alienists; 1910-12 superin- 
tendent of the Elgin State Hospital ; 1912-13 superintendent 
of the Kankakee Illinois State Hospital; 1913-17 propri(^tnr 
of the Wilgus Sanitarium ; and 1915-16 surveyed sta'^^c ins- 
titutions of Tennessee and Connecticut for the National 
Committee for mental hygiene. He is a mem|ber of the City 
Club, Chicago; Sons of the American Revolution; American 
Medical Association; Illinois State and Tri-State Medical 
Societies; Chicago Neurological Society; and American 
Medico-Psychological Society. 

WILLIAMS, ALFRED OSIN, Physician of 120 South 
Court Street, Ottumwa, Iowa, was born in 1850. In 1875 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the State University of 
Iowa. He is president of the Association of Surgeons of the 
Chicago, Bui'lington and Quincy Railroad. 

WILLIAMS, ALLIE WALTER, Surgeon of Manila. P.I., 
v^as born Jan. 28, 1872, in Columbus, Ga. Since 1901 he has 
been assistant sui'geon in the United States AiTny. 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES FREDERICK,Physician of 1230 
Sumter Street, Columbia, S.C, was born in 1875. In 1891) he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Mary- 
land. He is editor of the Bulletin State Board of Health. 

WILLIAMS, DAVID A., Physician and Banker of Nian- 
gua, Mo., was born Sept. 18, 1854, in Tennessee. In 1882 he 
received the degreo of M.D. fi-om the Mis.souri Medical Col- 
lege. He is pi"osidont of the Citizens' State bank. 

WILLIAMS, EDWARD HUNTINGTON, Physician and 
Author of 120 West Thirty-second Street, New York City, 

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\vas born Nov. 1, 1S68, in Durand, 111. He is the author of 
A History of Science ; The Forest Pilot ; and other works. 

WILLIAMS, FRANCIS HENRY, Physician and Author 
of 505 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born April 15, 
1852, in Uxbridge, Mass. In 1877 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. He is the 
author of The Roentgen Rays in Medicine and Surgery. 

WILLIAMS, HAROLD, Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 528 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass., was born Dec. 5, 1853, 
in Brookline, Mass. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Harvard University Medical School. He is the au- 
thor of Silken Threads and other works, 

WILLIAMS, HENRY SMITH, Physician, Surgeon and 
Author of 29 Washington Square, New York City, v/as ,oorn 
March 4, 1863, in Durand, 111. In 1884 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Northwestern University Medical School. 
He is the author of History of Science and other works. 

WILLIAMS, HERBERT UPHAM, Physician, Patholgist 
and Author of 24 High Street, Buffalo, N.Y., was born Nov. 
28, 1866, in Buffalo, N.Y. In 1889 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Buffalo. Since 1894 he has been 
professor of pathology and bacteriology at the University of 
Buffalo. He is the author of Manual of Bacteriology. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN WHITRIDGE, Physician, Obstetri- 
cian and Author of 1128 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md., 
was bom Jan. 26,1866, in Baltimore, Md. In 1888 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is 
dean of the Johns Hopkins Medical School. He is the author 
of Textbooks of Obstetrics and other works. 

WILLIAMS, SHERMAN, Physician of 346 Metropolitan 
Building, Denver, Colo., was born in 1868. In 1898 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the University of George- 
town. He is president of the State Board of Health. 

WILLIAMS, LINSLY RUDD, Physician and Trustee of 
884 Park Avenue, New York City, was born Jan. 28, 1875, 
in New York City. He is deputy commissioner of health for 
the State of New York. 

WILLIAMS, RALPH, Educator and Physician of Los 
Angeles Inverst Building, Los Angeles, Cal., was born in 

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1871 in Tennessee. In 1893 he received the degre of M.D. 
from the University of Southern CaHfornia. He is associate 
professor in the University of Southern Cahfornia. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM ROBERT, Physician and Author 
of 65 West Eighty-fifth Street, New York City, was born 
June 13. 1867, in Watertown, Wis. In 1895 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of New York City. He is the author of Essentials of the 
Practice of Medicine. 

WILLIAMSON, CHARLES SPENCER, Physician of 25 
East Washington Street, Chicago, Til., was born May 15, 
1872, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is professor and head of the 
department of medicine in the College of Medicine of the 
University of Illinois ; and professor of gastro-enterology in 
the Chicago Polyclinic. He is a member of the University 
and other clubs; the American Medical Association and 
many other societies. 

WILLIS, JOHN CALVIN, Educator, Physician and 
Banker of 425 Walnut Street, Lexington Ky., was born Nov. 
1, 1868, in Lawrenceburg, Ky. In 1906 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Kentucky University. He is president 
of the Morehead State bank. 

WILLIS, JOHN L. M., Physician and Surgeon of Eliot, 
Maine, was born Feb. 11, 1856, in Chelsea, Mass. In 1877 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Medical School of 
Maine. He is president of the New England Federation of 
Medical Examining Boards. 

WILLIS, PARK WEED, Physician and Surgeon of 1256 
Empire Building-, Seattle, Wash., was born July 10, 1867, in 
Milton, Ore. He received the degree of B.S. from Whitman 
College and in 1891 the degi'ee of M.D. from the I^niversity 
of Pennsylvania. He is surgeon to the Seattle Lighting Com- 
pany and other corporations; and fust lieutenant in the 
Medical Reserve Coi'ps of the Ignited States Army. He is the 
author of several monograiihs on medical sul).iccts. 

WILMOTH, AR(;US DAVID, Physician of 417 Masonic 
Building, Louisville. Ky., was born in 1874. In 1896 he re- 
ceived the degree of ]\I.D. froni the Louisville Medical Col- 
lege. He ja president of th(< Ohio Valley Medical Associa- 
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WILMETH, FRANK LINCOLN, Physician of 516 Rich- 
ards Block, Lincoln, Neb. In 1894 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the Lincoln Medical College. He is president of 
the National Confederation of Eclectic Medical Colleges. 

WILSON, DUNNING STEELE, Physician of 121 West 
Chestnut Street, Louisville, Ky., was born Nov. 24, 1876, in 
Louisville, Ky. In 1894 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Louisville College of Pharmacy. He is medical director 
and superintendent of the Board of Tuberculosis, Hospital 
and Sanatorium and Dispensary. 

.WILSON, FRANK E., Physician and Statesman of 1242 
Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in 1857 in Rox- 
bury, N.Y. In 1882 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Jefferson Medical College. Since 1889 he has practiced med- 
icine at Brooklyn, He is a member of congress for the term 
of 1913-15. 

WILSON, JAMES CORNELIUS, Physician and Author 
of 1517 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born March 25, 
1847, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1895 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author 
of The Summer and Its Diseases. 

WILSON, ROBERT Jr., Physician of 165 Ruttedge Ave- 
nue, Charleston, S.C., was born in 1867. In 1892 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the Medical College of South Car- 
olina.He is dean of the Medical College of the State of South 
Carolina. 

WILSON, WILLIAM HENRY, Physician of 3129 Rhodes 
Avenue, Chicago, 111. In 1898 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the Hahnemann Medical College. He is registrar of the 
Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital. 

WILSON, WALTER JOHN, Physician and Pharmacist 
of David Whitney Building, Detroit, Mich., was born Feb. 6, 
1876, in Detroit, Mich. In 1897 he received the degree of M. 
D. from the Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery. He is 
associate professor of pharmacology and therapeutics and 
medicine in the Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery. Hb 
is vice-president and trustee elect of the Wayne County 
Medical Society; chairman of the medical section of the 
Michigan State Medical Society; and alternate delegate to 

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the American Medical Association. He is senior attendin.'t? 
physician to St. Mary's Hospital; and is a member of the 
Republican party. He is a member of the Detroit Board of 
Congress, the Business Men's Club of the Y.M.C.A. and a 
member of the Telegraph Athletic Club. 

WINFIELD, JAMES MACFARLANE, Physician of 47 
Halsey Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born in Ulster Park, N. 
Y. He was educated at the Starr's Military Institute ; and in 
1882 received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. In 1900-05 he was professor of diseases of 
the skin in the Long Island College Hospital ; and visiting 
physician to Kings County Hospital and Long Island College 
Hospital. He has travelled and studied in Europe. He is a 
member of the American Medical Association, Dermatolog- 
ical Association, New York State Medical Society, Kings 
County INIedical Society, New York Dermatological Society, 
Associated Physicians of Long Island and the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science. He is also a 
member of the City, Crescent Athletic, Masonic and Univer- 
sity Clubs. 

WING, ELBERT, Physician of 2156 West Adams Street, 
Los Angeles, Cal., was born Oct. 3, 1852, in Collinsville, 111. 
He was educated in Whii^ple Academy ; received the degrees 
of A.B. and A.M. from Illinois College; and M.D. from the 
Chicago Medical College. He was an interne at Cook County 
Hospital ; and a post-graduate of Berlin, Prague and \^ienna. 
From 1885-1902 he was in practice in Chicago; and since 
1902 is in practice at Los Angeles. For five years he was a 
demonstrator of pathology in in the Chicago Medical Col- 
lege and Northwestern University Medical School; in 1885- 
88 was pathologist of St. Luke's and County Hospitals; and 
in 1892-1902 was attending neurologist of St. Luke's Hos- 
pital. For two years he was professor of nervous and mental 
diseases in the Northwestern University Medical School. He 
is a member of the Chicago Medical Society. Illinois State 
Medical Society, Los Angeles County Medical Society, Cal- 
ifornia State Medical and the American Medical Association. 

WINN, JOHN F., Joui-nalist. Physician and Author of 5 
West Grace Street, Richmond. Va., was born Sept. 13, 1852, 

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in Fluvanna County, Va. In 1875 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Virginia. He is the author of 
One Thousand Cases in Students' Out-Door Obstetric Prac- 
tice. 

WINSLOW, GEORGE FREDERICK, Physician of 1065 
South Water Street, New Bedford, Mass., was born in 1842. 
He became medical director in the medical corps of the 
United States Navy with the rank of rear admiral, now 
rt tired. 

WINSLOW, KENELM, Physician and Surgeon of 360 
Empire Building, Seattle, Wash., was born in 1863 in Bos- 
ton, Mass. He has received the degrees of B.A.S., M.D.V. 
and in 1883 he received the degree of M.D. from the Har- 
vard University Medical School. He is the author of Produc- 
tion and Handling of Clean Milk. 

WINSLOW, NATHAN,Physician of 3304 Walbrook Ave- 
nue, Baltimore, Md., was born in 1878. In 1901 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is 
editor of the Maryland Medical Journal. 

WINTERBURN, GEORGE WILLIAM, Physician and 
Author of 145 West Eleventh Street, New York City, was 
born Sept. 19, 1845, in New York City. He has been physi- 
cian-in-chief to the Manhattan Hospital. He is the author of 
The Value of Vaccination and other works. 

WINTERS, JOSEPH E., Physician and Educator of 25 
West Thirty-seventh Street, New York City, was born Jan. 
11, 1850, in Minnisink, N.Y. Since 1898 he has been profes- 
sor of the diseases of children in Cornell Medical College; 
and since 1882 visiting physician to Demilt Dispensary. . 

WITHINGTON, CHARLES FRANCIS, Physician and 
Author of 35 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass., was born Aug. 
21, 1852, in Brookline, Mass. In 1888 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the Harvard University Medical School. He is 
the author of The Relations of Hospitals to Medical Educa- 
tion. 

WITTE, MAX ERNEST, Physician, Psychiatrist of Cla- 
rinda, Iowa, was born Jan. 31, 1859, in Berlin, Germany. He 
attended the German Lutheran College of Galena, 111. ; and 
jji 1881 received the degree of M.D. from the College of 

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Medicine, State University of Iowa. In 1881-98 he was as- 
sistant physician to Mt. Pleasant State Hospital; superin- 
tendent of Clarinda State Hospital since 1898 ; and a lecturer 
on mental diseases in the College of Medicine, State Univer- 
sity of Iowa. He is a member of Page County Medical So- 
ciety, Iowa State Medical Society, American Medical Associ- 
ation, American Medico-Psychological Association, American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, and Phi Rho 
Sigma; is also a Mason and Knight Templar. He is a con- 
tributor of many articles to medical journals. 

WOLBARST, ABRAHAM LEO, Surgeon of 113 East 
Nineteenth Street, New York City, was born Aug. 9, 1872, 
in New York City. He was educated at the College of the 
City of New York ; and in 1898 received the degree of M.D. 
from Columbia University of New York City. He has been 
assistant surgeon in the New York Polyclinic Hospital and 
Medical College ; and assistant surgeon to the Good Sam- 
aritan Dispensary of New York City. He is now consulting 
genito-urinary surgeon to the Central Islij) State Hospital ; 
and genito-urinary surgeon to the West Side German and 
Israel Hospital Dispensaries. He is also professor of genito- 
urinary diseases in the New York School of Clinical Med- 
icine. He is a member of the American Urological Association, 
the American Medical Association, the American Academy 
of Social and Political Science and various other medical 
associations and societies. 

WOLCOTT. ROBERT HENRY, Physician of 2100 B. 
Street, Lincoln, Neb., was born in 1868. In 1893 he received 
the degree of M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is 
dean of the College of Medicine of the University of Neb- 
raska. 

WOLFE, THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN, Physician, 
Scientist and Author of Succasunna, N.J., was born in 1847 
in Kcnvil, N.J. In 18(58 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. 
He is the author of Litcraiy Sh lines and other works. 

WOLFSTEIN, DAVID I., Physician and Author of 22 
West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, was born Jan. 11, 
1862, in Hannil)al, Mo. In ISSS he i-eceivec| the degree of 

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M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio. Since 1898 he has 
been a specialist in nervous and mental diseases. He is the 
author of Neuron Theory in Relation to the Diseases of the 
Brain. 

WOOD, ALLEN MARY,Physician, Lecturer and Author 
of 823 East Eighteenth Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was born 
Oct. 19, 1841, in Delta, Ohio. She was founder, publisher 
and editor of the New Crusade. She is the author of Man 
Wonderful in House Beautiful, and other works. 

WOOD, CASEY ALBERT, Physician, Oculist and Au- 
thor of 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born Nov. 
21, 1856, in Canada. In 1878 he received the degree of M.D. 
from the University of Bishops College. In 1877-1886 he 
practiced medicine in Montreal, Canada; and now practices 
his profession in Chicago, 111. He has been president of the 
Chicago Ophthalmological Society. He is the author of sev- 
eral text-books on diseases of the eye. 

WOOD, FRANK M.,Physician and Surgeon of 209 South 
State Street, Chicago, 111., was born in June, 1871 in Mar- 
shall, Mich. In 1912 he was attending bacteriologist to the 
Practitioners College and the Eye, Ear and Throat College ; 
and in 1914 associate physician in the Chicago College of 
Medicine and Surgery. He is director of the Wood Sero- 
Vaccine Institute. His practice is limited to treatment by 
the use of specific agents, serums and vaccines. 

WOOD, MARSHALL WILLIAM, Soldier, Physician and 
Surgeon of Boise, Idaho, was born June 3, 1846, in Water- 
town, N.Y. In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from the 
Rush Medical College. He was a medical officer in the Ignited 
States Army. Since 1904 he has held the rank of lieutenant- 
colonel in the United States Army; and is now retired. 

WOODHULL, ALFRED ALEXANDER, Physician, Sut- 
geon and Author of Princeton, N.J., was born April 13, 
1837, in Princeton, N.J. In 1859 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1904 he was 
advanced to the rank of brigadier-general ; and was retired. 
He is the author of Notes on Military Hygiene and o'her 
works. 

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WOODRUFF, EDWIN GOULD, Physician and Surgeon 
of 29 Williams Street, Auburn, N.Y., was born in 1865 in 
Aurora, Cayuga County, N.Y. In 1891 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Dartmouth Medical School, He was 
educated at Columbia College and at Dartmouth; and has 
done post-graduate work in Berlin and Vienna. He is attend- 
ing physician to the Auburn City Hospital. He is a member 
of Auburn City, Central New York, Cayuga County and the 
Amei'ican Medical Associations. 

WOODRUFF, THOMAS ADAMS, Opthalmologist of 32 
North Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111., was born in 1865 
in St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada. In 1888 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the McGill University. He was profes- 
sor of ophthalmology in the post-graduate medical school. 
In 1908 he was third vice-president of the American Med- 
ical Association and president of the Chicago Ophthalmol- 
ogical Society. He is now opthalmic surgeon to St. Luke's 
Hospital ; ophthalmic surgeon to St. Anthony de Padua Hos- 
pital ; and surgeon to the Society of Colonial wars. He was 
vice-president of the British Empire Association ; and from 
1908-12 was president of the Calumet Club. He is editorial 
secretary of the Ophthalmic Record. He is the author, with 
Dr. Casey, of Commoner Disease of the Eye. 

WOODS, MATTHEW, Physician of 1307 South Broad 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., was born May 29, 1848, in Ireland. 
In 1873 he received the degree of M.D. from the University 
of Pennsylvania. He was the originator of the Journal of 
Zoophily and for some years editor. 

WOODWARD, JULIUS HAYDEN, Physician, Surgeon 
and Educator of 200 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York 
City, was born May 31, 18.^)8, in Castloton. Vt. In 1913-16 he 
was director of instruction in Ophthalmology ; and since 
1908 has been professor of ophthalmology in the New York 
Post-Cradiuite Medical School and nosi)ilal. 

WOODWARD, WH.LIAM CREKJUTON, Physician of 
1782 Lanier Place. Washington, D.C., was liorn in 1867. In 
1899 he received the degree of M.D. fi-om the (loorgotown 
University. He is president oC the American Public Health 
Association. 

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WOOF, JOSEPH THOMAS, Physician and Surgeon of 
5644 West Madison Street, Chicago, 111., was born April 17, 
:!872, in Chicago, 111. In 1906-07 he was surgeon to the City 
of Chicago ; and has been instructor of anatomy in the Col- 
lege of Physicians. He is now medical examiner for Modern 
Woodmen of America, Royal Neighbors of American, and 
Mystic Workers of the World; and is visiting physician to 
the Frances Willard and St. Anns Hospitals. 

WOOLSEY, GEORGE, Physician, Surgeon and Author 
of 117 East Thirty-sixth Street, New York City, was born 
May 2, 1861, in New Haven, Conn. In 1885 he received the 
degree of M.D. from the Columbia University, He is visiting 
surgeon to the Bellevue Hospital. 

WORCESTER, JOSEPH WARREN,Surgeon of 61 North 
Street, Middletown, N.Y., was born March 31, 1860, in Mid- 
dletown, Orange County, N.Y. In 1888 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons 
of Baltimore. For seven years he was operator for the late 
Dr. Ferdinand Hasbrouck; and is a lecturer in the New 
York dental school on the care of children's teeth. He is the 
author of papers on the Use of Nitreous Oxid Gas and on 
Care of Teeth ; and is the inventor of Worcester's Amalgam 
Carrier. 

WORKMAN, WILLIAM HUNTER, Physician and Au- 
thor of 123 Pall Mall, London, England, was born Feb. 16, 
1847, in Worcester, Mass. About 1872 he received the de- 
gree of M.D. from the Harvard University. He has been 
physican to the Worcester Memorial Dispensary; and visit- 
ing surgeon in the Memorial Hospital in Worcester, Mass. 
In 1889 he retired from practice; and has since been eng- 
aged in travel. He is the author of Mrs. Workman of Alge- 
rian Memories; Sketches Awheel in Iberia; Through Town 
and Jungle, Ice-Bound Heights of the Mustagh and other 
works. 

WRENN, JOHN QUINCY, Physician, Surgeon and Pub- 
lic Official of Placerville, Cal., was born in 1844 in Westfield, 
Tnd. In 1876 he received the degree of M.D. from the Med- 
ical College of OhiQ. He has been mayor of his city, 

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AMERICAN PHYSlcrAN AND StTRGEON 

WRIGHT, JOHN WESTLEY, Physician, Oculist and 
Author of 601 Central National Bank Building, Columbus, 
Ohio, was born July 17, 1842, in Freeport, Ohio. He is pro- 
fessor of ophthalmology in the Ohio Medical University. 
He is the author of Text-book of Ophthalmology. 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM A., Physician and Thayer, Iowa, 
was born May 9, 1857, in Spark County, 111. In 1888 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Chaddock School of 
Medicine. He is medical examiner for the New York Life 
Insurance Company. 

WULFAHRT, WILLIAM GUTTMAN, Physician and 
Suigf on of 97 East One Hundred and Sixteenth Street, New 
York City, was born in 1877 in Russia. In 1907 he received 
degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. 
He is the author of Medical Charity. 

WURDEMANN, HARRY, VANDERBILT, Physician of 
711 Cobb Building, Seattle, Wash., was born in 1865.1n 1888 
he received the degree of M.D. from the Columbian Univer- 
sity. He is editor of the Ophthalmology. 

WYETH, JOHN ALLAN, Surgeon and Author of 244 
Lexington Avenue, New York City,wa s born May 26, 1845, 
in Marshall County, Ala. In 1869 he received the degree of 
M.D. from the University of Louisville. He is the author of 
Text-book on Sui'gery and other works. 

WYLIE, WALKER GILL, Soldier, Physician, Surgeon; 
Founder and Author of 28 West Fortieth Street, New Yo?k 
City, was boi-n Sept. 2, 1848, in Chester, S.C. In 1871 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. He is the author of Hospitals, Their Organ- 
ization and Construction. 

WYMAN, HARRY H., Physician of Aikens, S.C, was 
born in 1875. In 1895 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the Medical College of South Caiolina. He is president of 
the State Board of Medical Examiners. 

YARROW, HARRY CRECY, Physician and Author of 
926 Seventeenth Street, Washington, D.C., was born Nov. 
19, 1840, in Philadelphia, Pa. In 1861 he received the degree 
of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the 
author of Introduction to the Study of Mortuary Customs 
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AMERtCAtC t>fiYStCtAN AlTt) StTRGEOM 

YATES, ALBERT, Physician, Surgeon and Banker of 
Washington, Mich., was born Sept. 13, 1842, in England. In 
1872 he received the degree of M.D. from the Detroit Med- 
ical College. He is president of the Washington Savings 
bank. 

YENCER, WARTIN WASHINGTON, Physician and 
Statesman of 22 North Fourteenth Street, Richmond, Ind., 
was born Dec. 27, 1871, in Lancaster, Ohio. In 1897 he re- 
ceived the degree of M.D. from the Central College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons. Since 1902 he has been a represen- 
tative in the Indiana state legislature. 

YOUNG, GEORGE BRIGHT,Surgeon and Commissioner 
of City Hall, Chicago, 111., was born May 12, 1860, in New 
Orleans, La. In 1887 he received the degree of M.D. from 
the University of Maryland. He has been surgeon of the 
United States Public Service ai>d is now commissioner of 
health of Chicago. 

ZAPFFE, FREDERICK, CARL, Physician of 32 North 
State Street, Chicago, III, was born in 1873. In 1896 he 
received the degree of M.D. from the University of Illinois. 
He is editor of the Bulletin Association, American Medical 
College. 

ZUEBLIN, ERNEST, Physician and Scientist of the 
Cincinnati Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Pricehill, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, was born April 15, 1876, in St. Gall, Switzerland. He 
studied in the medical schools of Heidelberg, Zurich, Lau- 
sanne, Munich and Wurzberg. In 1909-12 he was professor 
of medicine and in 1916 professor of clinical and experimen- 
tal medicine at the University of Maryland at Baltimore. 
Since 1917 he has been resident medical director of the 
Cincinnati Tuberculosis Sanitarium. He is a member of the 
American Therapeutic Society, the Am,erican Association 
for the Advancement of Science; the National Association 
for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis and of various 
other medical and scientific bodies. He is a member of the 
Florestan Club, the Baltimore Club and the Cincinnati Auto- 
mobile Club. 

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