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In presenting this, the first edition of The Doctor's Who's Who, 
to the Public, the Editor is enabled to write Finis to a successful under- 
taking. This volume completes The Doctor's Recreation Series, 
a project which has been carried out as originally planned and con- 
sisting of the following: 

Vol. I. — The Doctor's Leisure Hour: Facts and Fancies of In- 
terest to the Doctor and his Patient. Arranged by Porter Davies, 
M. D. 

Vol. II. — The Doctor's Red Lamp : A Book of Short Stories con- 
cerning the Doctor's Daily Life. Selected by Charles Wells Moulton. 

Vol. III. — In The Year 1800: Being a Relation of Sundry Events 
Occurring in the Life of a Practitioner in the Year 1800. A novel, 
by Samuel Walter Kelley, M. D. 

Vol. IV. — A Book About Doctors: By John Cordy Jeaffreson, 
author of "The Real Lord Byron," "The Real Shelley," "A Book 
About Lawyers," etc., etc. 

Vol. V. — The Doctor's Window: Poems by the Doctor, for the 
Doctor and about the Doctor. Edited by Ina Russelle Warren, with 
an introduction by William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. 

Vol. VI. — Passages From The Diary of a Late Physician : By 
Samuel Warren, author of "Ten Thousand a Year," "Now and Then," 

Vol. VII. — The Inn of Rest: Divers Episodes in Hospital Life 
Relative to the Doctor, the Nurse and the Patient. Edited by Sheldon 
E. Ames. 

Vol. VIII. — Doctors of The Old School: Being Curiosities of 
Medicine and Ancient Practice. Arranged by Porter Davies, M. D. 

Vol. IX. — The Shrine of Aesculapius: A Recital of Various 
Exploits, Projects and Experiences of the Medical Student. Edited 
by Oswold Sothene. 

Vol. X. — The Doctor's Domicile: Concerning the Home Life of 
a Physician, his Wife, Family and Friends. Edited by I. Arthur 

Vol. XL — A Cyclopedia of Medical History: A Ready Refer- 
ence of Medical Practice from the Earliest Times, Biographical and 
Statistical. Edited by Charles Wells Moulton. 

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Vol. XII. — The Doctor's Who's Who: A Biographical Diction- 
ary of Living Practitioners in all parts of the world. Edited by 
Charles Wells Moulton. 

Undertakings of this kind, it is generally found, prove more ardu- 
ous than at first anticipated, and this series of books has proven no 
exception to the rule. As completed, however, it will stand as some- 
thing unique in the book world, and will illustrate the richness of the 
purely literary side of medical literature. 

We have called this the first edition of The Doctor's Who's Who 
for the reason that it is anticipated that another edition will be de- 
manded by the Public in due season. When the Editor began the 
collection of material for this volume, his ambition was to make it 
complete along the line marked out for him by the Publishers, — 
namely, to include in its pages every foreign physician of extraor- 
dinary repute, and every American physician who has one of the fol- 
lowing requirements, either past or present: 

Authors of medical works published in book form. 

Professors in recognized colleges conferring the M. D. degree. 

Editors of prominent medical journals. 

Superintendents of important State medical institutions. 

Presidents of important medical societies. 

Although the Editor had much information at hand, it will be read- 
ily understood that a work of this kind would not be made authentic 
without the co-operation of the doctors "who are who." Our request 
for data met, in most instances, with a prompt response. We relied 
upon the doctors, and where names are omitted, that should appear, 
we must lay the charge to the doctor's oversight, not the publishers'. 
This applies to the name that is known to everyone, as well as to the 
scientific, if less famous, brother. 

Returning our thanks for the generous co-operation of the many, 
and hoping to add the delinquents, as well as the newcomers, to a 
new edition at no distant day, we take leave of our "dear doctors," 




ABERCROMBIE, John Robert; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1869; 
^ John Abercrombie and Elizabeth S. (Daniel) Abercrombie; ed. 
pub. schs. of Baltimore and City Coll.; A.B., Johns Hopkins 
Univ. 1893; grad. M.D. Univ. of Maryland, 1895; Asst. Resident 
phys. Univ. Hosp. 1895-96; Lecturer on Materia Medica, Woman's 
Med. Coll. 1898-1903 ; and prof, of Materia Medica and Dermatology ; 
chief of Clinic to Professor of Dermatology Univ. Hosp. ; mem. Med. 
and Clinic Faculty of Maryland; Am. Med. Assn., etc. Unmarried. 
Residence: 827 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore, Md. 
ABRAMS, Albert; physician; b. San Francisco, Cal., 1863; s. Marcus 
Abrams and Rachel A. Abrams; grad. A.M. Portland Univ., 1892; 
M.D. Univ. of Heidelberg, 1882 ; post-grad. Courses London, Berlin, 
Vienna, and Paris; prof. Pathology, Cooper Med. Coll., 1893-98; 
pres. Alumni Assn., Cooper Med. Coll., 1888; pres. San Francisco 
Medico-Chirurgical Soc, 1893; vice-pres. State Med. Soc. of Cal., 
1894; pres. Emanuel Sisterhood Polyclinic; m. Jeanne Irma Roth, 
1897, San Francisco, Cal. Author: Manual of Clinical Diagnosis, 
New' York, N. Y., 1890; Transactions of the Antiseptic Club, New 
York, N. Y., 1895; The Blues, New York, N. Y., 1904; Diseases 
of the Heart, Chicago, 111., 1900; Diseases of the Lungs and Pleura, 
St. Louis, Mo., 1903 ; Scattered Leaves of a Physician's Diary, St. 


Louis, Mo., 1900; Hygiene (in Cohen's System of Physiologica and 
Therapeutics), Phila., Pa., 1903; Man and His Poisons, 1905; and 
valuable papers contributed to the various medical and scientific 
journs. Residence: Cor. Van Ness Ave. and California St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

ADAMI, John George; physician; b. Manchester, Eng., 1862; s. John 
George Adami and Sarah Ann Ellis (Leech) Adami ; ed. Owens Coll., 
Manchester ; Christ's Coll., Cambridge, Eng. ; Breslau and Paris ; 
grad. B.A., Cambridge; F.R.S.S., Edinburgh, 1898; Canada, 1902; 
M.A., M.D., (ad eundem) M'Gill, 1899; LL.D., Univ. of New 
Brunswick, 1900; m. 1894, Mary Stuart Cantlie, Montreal; prof, of 
Pathology, M'Gill Univ., Montreal, since 1892; Fellow of Jesus Coll., 
1 89 1 ; head of the pathological dept, Royal Victoria Hosp. ; etc. 
Clubs: Saville; St. James. Author: numerous papers on pathological 
subjects, contributed to English, American and French journs. ; in- 
cluding observations upon the Mammalism Heat (with Prof. Roy), 
trans. ; Middleton Goldsmith Lectures upon Inflammation ; Articles on 
Inflammation, Allbutt's System of Medicine, etc. Residence: M'Gill 
Univ., Montreal, Que. 

ADDISON, Christopher; M.D., B.S., Lond., F.R.C.S., England; Lec- 
turer on Anatomy, Charing Cross Hosp. Med. Sch. ; b. Hogsthorpe, 
Lincolnshire, 1869 ; s. of Robert and Susan Addison ; ed. Trin. 
Coll., Harrogate; St. Bartholomew's Hosp.; m. 1902, Isobel Gray; 
Hunterian Professor (1901) and Examiner in Anatomy, the Royal 
Coll. of Surg, of England; Member of the Faculty of Medicine 
and of the Board of Human Anatomy and Morphology, Univ. of 
London; Member of the Council of the Anatomical Soc. of Great 
Britain and Ireland, etc. ; late prof, of Anatomy, Univ. Coll. Shef- 
field; late editor of the Quarterly Med. Journ., etc. Author: On 
the Topographical Anatomy of the Pancreas and Adjoining Viscera 
— memoir published by Univ. Coll., Sheffield ; On the Topographical 
Anatomy of the Abdominal Viscera in Man, etc., Proceedings of 
the Royal Soc, 1898, vol. lxiv. (abstract) ; On the Topographical 
Anatomy of the Abdominal Viscera in Man, etc.. The Journ. of 
Anatomy and Physiology, in four parts, vols, xxxiii, xxxiv, xxxv; 
and various other papers in Med. Journs. Residence: Wican Croft, 
Northwood, Middlesex, England. 

AHERN, Michael Joseph; physician; b. Quebec, 1844; s. Patrick 
Ahem and Catherine (Nunen) Ahern; ed. com. schs. of Quebec till 
1862; grad. M.D. Laval Univ., 1868; asst. interne Marine and Immi- 


grant Hosps., Quebec, 1867-68; Gov. of the Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
Prov. of Quebec; m. 1876, Georgine Marcotte, Quebec (died, 1896). 
Prof, of anat. and clinical surg. Laval Univ. ; mem. Quebec. Med. 
Soc. ; Societe Internationale de Chirurgie. Residence: 24 Garden 
St., Quebec. 

ALDRICH, Henry C;homeop. physician; b. Minneapolis, Minn., 1857; 
s. Cyrus Aldrich and Clara A. (Heaton) Aldrich; ed. pub. schs. and 
State Univ.; grad. Dental Dept., Univ. of Pa., 1879; Hahnemann 
Med. Coll. of Phila., 1881 ; m. 1905, Grace R. Aldrich, St. Paul, 
Minn. ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Minn. State Homeo. Inst. ; Wis. 
State Homeo. Soc. ; Minn. Homeo. Soc. ; Am. Assn. of Orificial 
Surgs. Formerly prof. Clinical diseases of women, Med. Dept. Univ. 
of Minn. Clubs: Masonic. Was for 12 years editor of the Minn. 
Homeo. Magazine. Residence: 2431 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, 
Minn. c/ 

ALLCHIN, William Henry; physician; b. London, Eng., 1846; s. of 
Dr. Allchin of Bayswater ; ed. privately ; Univ. Coll., London ; Fellow 
and Censor Royal Coll. of Phys., London ; Harveian Orator, R.C.P., 
1903; Fellow Royal Soc. of Edinburgh; medical scholar (gold 
medal) Univ. of London, 1871 ; examiner and member of the Con- 
sultative Board of the Director-General of the Medical Service of the 
Royal Navy ; formerly examiner in Medicine at the Univ. of London, 
The Royal Coll. of Phys. and the Med. Dept. of the Army; 
senior phys. to the Westminster Hosp. ; member of Senate of 
the Univ. of London ; Life Gov. of Univ. Coll ; pres. of the 
Med. Soc. of London, 1901-2; m. Margaret Holland of New 
York, 1880. Clubs: Athenaeum, Conservative. Author: Duodenal 
Indigestion (Bradshaw Lecture, R.C.P.), 1891 ; The Breaking Strain 
(oration Med. Soc. Lond.), 1896; Some Relationships of Indigestion 
(Hunterian Soc. Lecture), 1897; various articles in Quain's Dic- 
tionary of Medicine, Keating's Cyclopaedia of Diseases of Children, 
Allbutt's System of Medicine, The Lancet, and the Westminster Hos- 
pital Reports ; editor of A Manual of Medicine, 5 vols. Residence: 
5 Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

ALLEGER, Walter Wheeler; physician; b. Scranton, Pa., i860; s. 
Thomas Jefferson Alleger and Mary Jane (Wheeler) Alleger; ed. 
com. schs. of Scranton, Pa., Forestport, N. Y., Washington, D. C, 
Herkimer, N. Y., Port Leyden, N. Y., and Boonville high sch. ; grad. 
Howard Pharmaceutic Coll., 1883; Howard Med. Coll., 1884; post- 
grad. M.D. deg., Georgetown Univ., 1890; followed by special courses 


in pathology and bacteriology; m. 1884, Edith Sophia Hanzsche, 
Rockville, Md. ; postal clerk, Washington, D. C, chemical laboratory 
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture ; Med. examiner U. S. Bureau of Pensions 
in charge (under Medical Referee) of the U. S. Pension Ex. Surgs. ; 
prof. Bacteriology, Med. Pharmaceutic and Dental Dept., Howard 
Univ. Author: various papers contributed to Medical and Microscop- 
ical journs. Residence: 143 U St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

ALLEN, Henry C; homeop. physician; b. Canada, 1836; s. Hugh Allen 
and Martha (Billings) Allen; ed. grammar sch. of London, Ont. ; 
grad. M.D. Cleveland Homeopathic Coll; post-grad. M.C. P. & S., 
prof. Materia Medica, Herius Med. Coll. and Hosp. ; Dean of the 
Faculty; m. 1867, S. Louise Goold. Author: Therapeutics of Con- 
sumption ; Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever, Phila., Pa. ; Key-Notes 
and Characteristics of Leading Remedies ; Editor: Medical Advance. 
Residence: 5142 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. 

ALLINGHAM, Herbert William; physician; b. London, Eng. ; grad. 
F.R.C.S., London; surg. to the Household of H. M. the King, and 
surg.-in-ordinary to the Prince of Wales; late surg. Great North 
Central Hosp ; asst. surg. and lecturer on Operative Surgery, St. 
George's Hosp.; consulting surg., Surgical Aid Soc. Author: many 
medical works. Residence: 25 Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, 
London, Eng. 

AMES, Azel; physician; b. Chelsea, Mass., 1845; s - Azel Ames and 
Louise (Lufkin) Ames; ed. Phillips Acad., Andover; grad. Harvard 
Univ. Med. Sch., M.D., 1871 ; m, 1866, Sarah Dering Thomas. 
Served 1st Lt. 2nd La. eng'rs., U. S. A. in Civil War; well-known 
sanitary eng'r and expert ; mem. and sec. 2d Mass. Metrop. Drainage 
Commn. ; delegate International Sanitary Congresses, Copenhagen 
and The Hague ; mem. Board of Judges, U. S. International Exposi- 
tion, 1876; surg. gen. G. A. R., 1882-83; maj. and brig. surg. Span- 
ish-American War; dirct. of vaccination, Porto Rico, 1899; hon. 
mem. State Med. Socs., Cal. and Mich., Am. Public Health Assn. 
(sec. 3 yrs.) ; Am. Soc. Tropical Med.; Am. Historical Assn.; Natl. 
Geographical Soc; Pilgrim Soc, (Plymouth, Mass.) ; Loyal Legion; 
Assn. Mil. Surg. U. S., etc. Author: Sex in Industry, 1875 (out 
of print) ; The Mayflower and her Log, 1901, Boston, Mass.; Ele- 
mentary Hygiene for the Tropics, 1902, Boston, Mass. ; The Family 
and Vicissitudes of John Phillips, Sr., 1905, Maiden, Mass. ; and 
has contributed to the Atlantic Monthly, Appleton's Cyclopedia, 
and med. and lit. mags. Clubs: Army and Navy Club; Wash- 


ington Army and Navy Club, New York City; Arts Club, Lon- 
don, Eng.; Harvard Union, Cambridge, Mass. Residence: 24 Yale 
Ave., Wakefield, Mass. 

AMES, Robert Parker Marr; physician; b. Springfield, Mass, 1856; 
s. Samuel Ames and Olive (Marr) Ames; ed. high sch., Springfield, 
Mass.; grad. Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila., 1880; asst. surg. U. S. 
Marine Hosp. Service, 1881-90; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Mass. State 
Med. Soc, etc.; Supervisory Censor Hampden Dist. Med. Soc. ; m. 
1882, Mary Benson, Hoboken, N. J. Residence: 26 Seventh St., 
Springfield, Mass. 

ANDERS, James Meschter; physician; b. Montgomery Co., Pa., 1854; 
s. Samuel D. Anders and Christina Anders; ed. pub. schs., also 
Acad., Wadsworth, O.; grad. M.D., Med. Dept., Univ. of Pa., 
1877; Ph.D., Univ. of Pa., LL.D., Ursinus Coll.; prof, of 
Theory and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, Medico- 
Chirurgical Coll. ; consulting physician to the Jewish Hosp. Assn., 
Phila.; m. 1903, Margaret G. Wunderlich, Phila., Pa. Author: 
House Plants as Sanitary Agents, Phila., Pa., 1887; Text Book of 
The Practice of Medicine, Phila, Pa., 1897; and various important 
papers to the Am. Jonrn. Med. Sciences; Journ. Am. Med. Assn.; 
Am. Medicine, etc. Clubs: Union League, Medical, Phila., and The 
Alpha Mu Pi Omega Med. Fraternity, Univ. of Pa. Residence: 
1605 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

ANDERSON, Dr. Elizabeth Garrett; b. London, Eng., 1836; d. of 
Newson Garrett of Aldeburgh, Suffolk; ed. privately. Began to 
study medicine in i860; Colls, of Surgeons and Physicians refused 
to admit her to their examinations ; was admitted to the examinations 
of the Soc. of Apothecaries and obtained its license to practice in 
1865 ; passed the medical examinations of Univ. of Paris and received 
M.D. degree, 1870; m. J. G. S. Anderson, 1871 ; elected to first school 
board for London, 1870; from 1866 to 1890 senior physician to New 
Hosp. for Women ; dean of the London Sch. of Medicine for Women, 
1883-1903; lecturer on Medicine, ditto, 1876-98; pres. of East Angli- 
can Branch of British Med. Assn., 1896-97; hon. sec. Imp. Vaccina- 
tion League. Residence: 114A Harley Street, W. ; Aide House, 
Aldeburgh, Suffolk, Eng. 

ANDERSON, Richard John; physician; b. Ballybot, Newry, 1848; s. 
of Robert Anderson and Elizabeth Harcourt ; ed. the Newry Sch. ; 
Queen's Coll. and Belfast Hosps. ; and after graduation worked in 
Leipzig, London, Paris, Heidelberg, and Naples. Two gold medals 


at graduation, and several scholarships and exhibitions (Sir Robert 
Peel, John Charters, Andrew Malcolm, and Mackay Wilson exhibi- 
tions in science, medicine, and classics) ; in. Hannah Perry, B.A., 
Belfast; prof, of Natural History (Biology, Zoology, Botany), 
Geology, and Mineralogy, Queen's Coll., Galway; Examiner in 
Geology, Royal Univ., Dublin; held a medical and sanitary ap- 
pointment, 1873-75; demonstrator of (and lecturer on) Anatomy, 
1875-83 ; clinical lecturer and attendant, Co. Galway Infirmary, 
1890-91; prof, of Natural Science since 1883; examiner in Botany 
(Int. Board), 1889-90, 1899- 1900. Author: about 70 papers in 
British and Continental journals and some booklets and pamph- 
lets ; joint conductor of the International Journal of Anatomy 
and Physiology (London, Leipzig, and Paris) since 1884; an 
original collaborateur of the Anat. Anzieger, 1887; inventor of a 
revolving microscopic arrangement and other things. Residence: 
Queen's Coll., Galway; Beech Hill House, Donoughmore, Ireland. 

ANDERSON, Thomas M'Call; physician; b. Scotland; ed. Edinburgh, 
Glasgow, Dublin, Paris, Wiirzburg, Berlin, and Vienna; prof, of 
Clinical Medicine, Glasgow Univ., 1874-1900; examiner in Medicine 
and Pathology for the British and Indian Medical Services, 1897- 
1901 ; senior phys., Western Infirmary of Glasgow ; regius prof, of 
Medicine, Glasgow Univ., since 1900; representative of the Univ. 
on the General Medical Council, 1903 ; pres. of the Glasgow Conserv- 
ative Assn. (Coll. Division). Author: A Treatise on Diseases of the 
Skin, 2nd ed. 1894; Lectures on Clinical Medicine, 1877; Curability 
of Attacks of Tubercular Peritonitis and Acute Phthisis (Galloping 
Consumption), 1877; The Parasitic Affections of the Skin, 2nd ed. 
1868; On Psoriasis and Lepra, 1865; On Eczema, 3rd ed. 1874; 
Treatment of Diseases of the Skin, with an Analysis of 11,000 Con- 
secutive Cases, 1872 ; On Syphilitic Affections of the Nervous Sys- 
tem : their Diagnosis and Treatment, 1889 ; Contributions to Clinical 
Medicine, 1898. Clubs: Conservative; Western, Glasgow; Golf, 
Prestwick. Residence: 9, The University, Glasgow. 

ANDREW, Charles Fisher; physician; b. New Salem, 111., 1871 ; s. 
John Andrew and Harriet L. Andrew; ed. New Salem high sch., 
Lombard Univ. and Normal Sch., Dixon, 111. ; grad. M.D. Missouri 
Med. Univ., 1895; studied in Vienna, 1900; m. 1896, Elizabeth Tur- 
rell, Longmont, Colo. ; lecturer on Hygiene and Med. Jurisprudence, 
Univ. of Colo., 1896; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and 
associate to chair of Medicine, 1899 ; local supt. Dr. Andrew's Private 


Hosp. ; pres. Colo. Lunacy Commrs. ; mem. Am. Med. Soc. ; Colo. 
State Med. Soc, etc. Residence, Longmont, Colo. 

ANNANDALE, Thomas; physician; b. Newcastle, 1838; ed. Bruce's 
Academy, Newcastle; Edinburgh Univ.; m. Eveline Nelson, 1874. 
M.D., F.R.C.S., England and Edinburgh ; F.R.S.E. ; D.C.L. Durham; 
senior surg. Edinburgh Royal Infirmary; regius prof, of Clinical 
Surgery, Univ. of Edinburgh, since 1877; consulting surg. Royal 
Sick Children's Hosp., and Royal Maternity Hosp. ; formerly private 
asst. to Prof. Syme ; demonstrator of Anatomy under Prof. Goodsir, 
and lecturer upon Surgery Extra-Mural School. Clubs: University, 
Edinburgh. Author: Injuries and Diseases of Fingers and Toes; 
Surgical Appliances and Minor Surgery ; Pathology and Operative 
Treatment of Hip-joint Disease; On Diseases of the Breast, and many 
other publications on surgical subjects. Residence: 34 Charlotte 
Square, Edinburgh. 

ARCHINARD, Paul Emile; physician; b. New Orleans, La., 1859; 
ed. by Jesuits ; grad. Spring Hill Coll., La. ; post-grad, courses Tulane 
Univ. and N. O. Polyclinic; m. 1891, C. Loubert, New Orleans, La.; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Public Health Assn. ; Parish of Orleans 
Med. Assn. ; asso. prof. Nervous Diseases, Tulane Univ., and N. O. 
Polyclinic. Author: Lea's & Co. Epitome Series of Bacteriology and 
articles on nervous diseases in Reference Handbook of Medical Sci- 
ence, etc. Residence: 12 19 N. Rampart St., New Orleans, La. 

ARMSTRONG=HOPKINS, Saleni; physician; b. London, Ont., 1855; 
d. of Rev. William L. and Elizabeth (Summers) Armstrong; ed. 
pub. schs., Michigan ; high sch., Blair, Neb. ; Northwestern Univ. ; 
Woman's Med. Coll., N. Y. Infirmary, 1882-83; grad. Woman's 
Med. Coll. of Pa., 1885 ; post-grad, course in obstetrics and gynecol- 
ogy, Phila. Lying-in Charity Hosp., 1885; Mt. Vernon Institute of 
Elocution and Languages, 1885 ; was interne, New England Hosp., 
Boston, Mass., 1885-86; sent as med. missionary to India, 1886; 
founded and was physician-in-chief of Khetwadi Castle Hosp. and 
Khetwadi Castle Med. Missionary Training School for Nurses, Bom- 
bay, India, 1887-89; was appointed by British government physician- 
in-charge to The Woman's Hosp., Dispensary and Training Sch. for 
Nurses, Hyderbad, Sindh, India, 1893 ; m. Karachi, India, 1893, Rev. 
George F. Hopkins, A.M. ; returned to America, 1893 ; resident phys., 
The Armstrong-Hopkins Private Hosp. for Women and Children, 
Omaha, Neb., 1893-95; has since practiced med. and surg., lectured 
and preached the Gospel in Col., Del., Va., D. C. and N. Y. Author: 


"Motto and Resolutions of a Little Girl," "A Divine Call to Foreign 
Missionary Service," "Record of Daily Work," "Extra-Uterine 
Fcetation," "Fruit of Suffering" (poems), "Within the Purdah," 
"Heroes and Heroines of Zion," "In the Zenana Homes of Indian 
Princes," "Record of Daily Work and Diary," "Khetwadi Castle;" 
mem. Soc. American Authors ; N. Y. State Med. Assn. ; Am. Med. 
Assn. ; Soc. for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and 
Commerce, London, Eng. Residence: 637 S. Salina St., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

ARNDT, Hugo Rudolph; physician; b. Germany, 1848; ed. in Ger- 
many; grad. Cleveland Homeo. Coll., 1869; m. 1st, 1869, Lucy M. 
Miles, Ohio; 2nd, 1888, Flora Blackman, Michigan. Prof. mat. med. 
and clinical prof, of nervous diseases, Homeo. Coll., Univ. of Mich. ; 
prof, of Practice of Medicine and Diseases of the Nervous System, 
Hahnemann Med. Coll. of the Pacific, San Francisco ; mem. British 
Homeo. Soc. ; Mass. Homeo. Med. Soc. ; Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; ex- 
pres. of Western Acad, of Homeo. ; Mich. State Soc. of Homeo. ; Cal. 
State Homeo. Med. Soc. Author: (jointly) Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics, Phila., Pa., 1880; System of Medicine, 3 vols., Phila., 
Pa., 1885-86; Arndt's Practice of Medicine, Phila., Pa., 1899; First 
Lessons in Symptoms ; Tocology of Leading Homeo. Remedies, 
Phila., Pa., 1904. He has also edited the Medical Counselor, and 
Pacific Coast Journal of Homeopathy, and has been on comm. of 
consultation for various British med. publications. Address: 701 
James Flood Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 

ARNOLD, Herbert Alonzo; physician; b. Norristown, Pa.; j. Thomas 
G. Arnold and Sophia F. Arnold ; ed. Norristown pub. sch. ; grad. 
Norristown high sch., 1874; M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1878; m. 
1880, Ann Louise Harley, Lower Merion, Pa. ; ex-pres. Penn. State 
Med. Soc. ; mem. Montgomery Co. Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; 
Surgeons of U. S. (treasurer since 1899) \ asst - sur S-> N. G., Pa., 
1895-98; surg. squadron, Pa. vol. cavalry, Spanish- American War, 
1898; same service during Porto Rican invasion; maj. and surg., 6th 
Rgt., N. G., Pa., 1901 to present. Author: various papers contributed 
to the med. journs. Residence: Ardmore, Pa. 

ASHLEY, Maurice Cavilier; physician; b. Port Republic, N. J., 1863; 
.y. David B. Ashley and Almira (Cavilier) Ashley; ed. pub. sch. and 
high sch. of Port Republic; grad. 1892, Hahnemann Med. Coll. of 
Phila. ; m. 1888, Harriet Mead of Jersey City, N. J. ; mem. Am. Inst. 
Homeo. ; Am. Med. Psychological Assn. ; Psychiatrical Soc. of N. Y. ; 


N. Y. State Homeo. Med. Soc. ; Assn. Mil. Surgs. U. S., etc. ; Med. 
Supt. State Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, N. Y., since 1902; capt. 
and surg. of 1st Rg. N. G., N. Y. Clubs: Masonic. Author: various 
papers on the treatment of the insane, published in the med. journs. 
Residence: Middletown, N. Y. 

ATKINSON, William Biddle (Bittle); physician; b. Delaware Co., 
Pa., 1832; grad. Jefferson Med. Coll., Philadelphia, 1853; surg. U. S. 
Vols., 1862 ; lecturer on Diseases of Children, Jeff. Med. Coll., 1882 ; 
prof. Sanitary Science and Diseases of Children, Medico-Chirurgical 
Coll., Phila., 1887; mem. of several medical societies; board of trus- 
tees, Philadelphia Dental Coll. since 1862. Author: Hints in the 
Obstetric Procedure, 1879; Therapeutics of Gynecology and Obstet- 
rics, 1881 ; Physicians and Surgeons of the United States, 1879, and 
of many articles in med. journs ; especially on obstetrics, diseases of 
women and children, etc. Permanent sec. Am. Med. Assn., 1864-99; 
same of Med. Soc. of State of Pennsylvania, 1862-96 ; edited several 
med. journs. Residence: 864 East Chelton Ave., Germantown, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

ATWOOD, Charles Edwin; physician; b. Shoreham, Vt., 1861 ; s. Ed- 
win S. Atwood and Laura R. (Moore) Atwood; grad. B.S. Cornell 
Univ., 1880; M.D. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. (now part of New 
York Univ.), 1883; m. 1896, Helen Pearce Jarvis, New York; asst. 
phys. Hudson River State Hosp., 1885-87; asst. phys., Utica State 
Hosp., 1887-92; asso. editor Am. Journ. of Insanity, 1887-92; first 
asst. phys. Soc. of the N. Y. Hosps., Bloomingdale and White Plains, 
1892-1905 ; asst. in Neurology, Columbia Univ. since 1892; student of 
Neurology, Vienna, Berlin, and London, 1905-06; mem. Am. Medico- 
Psycholog. Assn. ; N. Y. Co. Med. Soc. ; Am. Social Science Assn. ; 
Am. Soc. of Arts, Science, and Literature. Author: important con- 
tributions on Nervous and Mental Disorders to the Am. Journ. of 
Insanity ; N. Y. Med. Record ; N. Y. Med. Journ., etc., and co-author 
of Lectures, Utica State Hosp. Training Sch., 1892. He has also 
served as medical expert in the courts. Residence: 10 W. 16th St., 
New York City. 



BABCOCK, William Davidson; physician; b. Evansville, Ind., 1851; 
s. Elisha Spurr Babcock and Agnes (Sutherland) Babcock; ed. com. 
schs. of Evansville; grad. Lafayette Coll., 1872; M.D., Evansville 
Med. Coll., 1878; post-grad, work, New York, Vienna, and Austria; 
A.M., Lafayette Coll. ; m. 1892, Katherine Casey. Sec., Coll. of Med. 
Univ. of So. Cal. ; prof. Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat, Coll. 
of Med. Univ. of Cal. Clubs: Sunset and University. Author: 
various articles on the eye and ear for the med. journs. Residence: 
736 So. Alvarado St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

BACON, Charles Sumner; physician; b. Spring Prairie, Wis., 1856; s. 
John Bacon, Jr. and Chloe Ann Bacon ; grad. M.D., North Western 
Univ. Med. Sch., 1884; prof. Obstetrics, Chic. Polyclinic, since 1895; 
prof. Obstetrics, Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Med. Dept. Univ. of 111. ; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; 111. State Med. Soc. ; Chic. Gynecological 
Soc. ; Chic. Path. Soc; Chic. Acad. Med.; studied in Europe, 1891 
and 1894-95 ; m. 1895, Marie von Rosthorn, Vienna, Austria. Author: 
valuable papers on obstetrics, contributed to various med. journs. 
Residence: 426 Center St., Chicago, 111. 

BAILEY, William; physician; b. Bridgeport, Ky., 1833; s. S. Bailey 
and Mary (Church) Bailey; ed. Ky. Military Institute; grad. A.M., 
Ky. Military Institute, 1854; M.D., from Ky. Sch. of Med., Univ. of 
Louisville, 1857; m. 1859, Susan H. Owens, Shelby ville, Ky. ; taught 
in Ky. Med. Inst, 1853-56; prof, of med. in Hosp. Coll. of Med., 
Louisville, Ky., 1871-85; prof. Therapeutics, Materia Medica and 
Public Hygiene, Med. Dept. Univ. of Louisville, 1885-1900; since, 
emeritus prof, of same ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; ex-pres. Ky. Med. 
Assn. and Am. Public Health Assn. ; State Board of Health, etc. 
Residence: 215 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 

BAIRD, Julian William; chemist; b. Battle Creek, Mich., 1859; ^. 
Abram Henry Baird and Sarah Elizabeth Baird ; ed. pub. schs. Jack- 
son, Mich. ; grad. Univ. of Mich., 1882; M.A. and Ph. C, 1883 ; M.D. 
Harvard Univ. Med. Sch., 1890; asst. chem. laboratory dept. pharm. 
Univ. of Mich., 1882-83; instructor in chem. in charge of qualitative 
analysis and assaying, 1883-86, Lehigh Univ. ; since 1886, prof, 
analytical and organic chem. and since 1887, dean Mass. Coll. of 
Pharmacy, Boston ; m. Hattie B. Ellinwood ; mem. Mass. Med. Soc. ; 
Boston Soc. Med. Sciences ; Am. Pharm. Assn. ; Am. Chem. Soc. ; 


Soc. Chem. Industry (London, Eng.). Residence: 102 St. Botolph 
St., Boston, Mass. 

BAKER, Albert Rufus; physician; b. Salem, Pa.; s. Benjamin Frank- 
lin Baker and Salina (Pershing) Baker; grad. 1879. Western Reserve 
Univ. Med. Dept., Cleveland, O. ; post-grad. London, Vienna, and 
Paris, 1881-83; eye, ear and throat specialist; m. 1885, Emily L. 
Schackelton, Pittsburg, Pa. Editor: Cleveland Medical Gazette, 1885- 
96; prof, of Ophthalmology, Otology and Laryngology, Cleveland 
Coll. Phys. and Surgs., since 1888; chairman of faculty, 1898-1902; 
pres. Cuyahoga Co. (Cleveland) Med. Soc, 1892; chairman of section 
of Ophthalmology of Am. Med. Assn., 1892-94; pres. Am. Med. Coll. 
Assn., 1900-01 ; oculist and aurist to the Alexis and Cleveland gen. 
hosps., since 1887. Author: valuable papers contributed to the med. 
journs. and Mag. of Western History ; mem. Am. Acad, of Med. ; 
Am. Med. Assn. ; Ohio State Med. Assn. ; Cleveland Acad, of Med., 
etc. Clubs: Century, Colonial, Country. Residence: 824 Logan Ave., 
Cleveland, O. 

BALDWIN, James Fairchild; surgeon; b. Orangeville, N. Y., 1850; s. 
Cyrus H. Baldwin and Mary (Fairchild) Baldwin; grad. Oberlin 
Coll., 1870; A.M., 1876; M.D. degree Jefferson Med. Coll., 1874 
(1st prize thesis, $100) ; m. 1st, 1874, Fidelia Finch, Wellington, O. ; 
2nd, 1889, Ida Strickler, Columbus, O. ; prof. Columbus Med. Coll., 
1875-82; prof, and chancellor, Ohio Med. Univ., 1892-99; surg. and 
chief of staff, Grant Hosp., 1900; mem. Ohio State Med. Soc; Am. 
Med. Assn. ; Am. Assn. Obstet. and Gynecologists. Author: Opera- 
tive Gynecology, Columbus, O., 1899; and various papers on surgery 
and gynecology to prominent med. journs. Residence: 405 Town St., 
Columbus, O. 

BALFOUR, Andrew; physician; b. Edinburgh, 1873; s. of T. A. G. 
Balfour and Margaret Christall of Elgin, N. B. ; ed. George Watson's 
Coll. and Univ., Edinburgh ; Cambridge ; grad. M.B., CM., Edin., 
1894 ; visited United States, Canada and W. Indies as ship's surgeon ; 
advanced student, Caius Coll. Camb. ; D.P.H. Camb. 1897; M.D. 
gold medal thesis, Univ. Edin., 1898; director, Chemical and Bac- 
teriological Research Laboratories, Gordon Coll. Khartoum, since 
1902 ; m. 1902, Grace Nutter ; Thesis on Toxicity of Dye-Stuffs, with 
special reference to River Pollution; B.Sc in Public Health, Edin. 
1900; served as civil surgeon in South African War, 1900-01 (medal 
clasps — Natal, Transvaal). Clubs: Turf, Cairo; Sudan, Khartoum. 
Joint author: Lewis and Balfour's Public Health and Preventive 


Medicine, and many literary productions and novels. Address: Khar- 
toum, Sudan. 

BALL, Sir Charles Bent; Kt. ; physician; s. of late Robert Ball, Dub- 
lin; ed. Trin. Coll., Dublin; M.D., M.Ch., F.R.C.S.L; Hon. F.R.C.S. 
Eng. ; Regius Prof, of Surg., Univ. of Dublin, and Surg., Sir 
Patrick Duns' Hosp. ; Hon. Surg, to the King in Ireland; Member 
General Med. Council; m. Annie J. Kinahan, Dublin. Clubs: Con- 
stitutional, Kildare St., Univ., Dublin. Med. Scholarship, senior 
Moderatorship, and gold medal Natural Science; Surg. Travelling 
Prize, Univ. of Dublin; Lane Lecturer at San Francisco, 1902; 
Member of Advisory Board for Army Med. Service ; Erasmus Wil- 
son Lecturer, Royal Coll. of Surgs. of England, 1903. Author: 
Various surgical works. Address: 24 Merrion Square, Dublin. 

BALL, James Barry; physician; phys. Dept. for Diseases of Throat, 
Nose, and Ear, West London Hosp. ; Physician for Diseases of 
Throat and Ear SS., John and Elizabeth Hosps. ; Lecturer on Dis- 
eases of Throat, Nose, and Ear, West London Post-Grad. Coll.; 
Physician, Rock Assurance Company. Author: Handbook of Dis- 
eases of the Nose and Pharynx; Intubation of the Larynx. Address: 
12 Upper Wimpole St., W., London, Eng. 

BALL, Michael Valentine; physician; b. Warren, Pa., 1868, of Ger- 
man parentage ; ed. com. schs. Buffalo, N. Y. ; grad. Jefferson Med. 
Coll., 1889; studied with Virchow and Koch in Berlin, 1889-90; un- 
married. Resident at German Hosp., Phila., 1890-91 ; instructor 
Niagara Univ., Buffalo, N. Y., 1891-92; phys. to State Penitentiary, 
Phila., 1892-95; instructor bacteriology, Polyclinic, Phila., 1896. 
Since 1898 — practicing as specialist of the eye and ear; mem. Acad. 
of Sciences, Phila. ; Acad, of Sciences, Warren, Pa. ; Am. Med. 
Assn. Author: Essential Bacteriology, 1891, and various editorial 
and clinical articles in the med. journs. Residence: Warren, Pa. 

BALL, Otho Fisher; physician; b. Waterloo, la., 1875 ; s. James Moores 
Ball, M.D., and Martha (Glover) Ball; took special science course, 
Univ. of Wis. 1892-94; grad. M.D., St. Louis Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 
1897; post-grad. Med. Sch., New York, 1898; editor: Interstate Med. 
Journ. since 1899; active in reorganizing Am. Med. Editor's Assn. 
and Vice-Pres. of same 1902-03; m. 1897, Leonora M. Clague, St. 
Louis, Mo. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. Clubs: Mercantile. Residence: 
3737 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

BANTOCK, George Granville; physician and surgeon and F.R.C.S 
Edin. ; Consulting Surg. Samaritan Free Hosp.; also Cottage 


Hosps. St. Mary Cray and Sidcup; Fellow (late president) British 
Gynecological Soc. ; Fellow Obstetric Soc. ; Hon. Fellow Obs. Soc, 
Edinburgh, and American Gynec. Soc. ; Corr. Fellow Gynec. Soc, 
Boston, U.S.A., and Obst. Soc., Leipzig; Hon. Member Soc. Bel- 
gique de Gynec. et d'Obst.; Member Associe Btrangers (Soc. de 
Gynec); Societe d'Obst. et Gynec. et de Pediatric de Paris, etc. 
Formerly Consulting Surg., Hosp. for Women, St. Vincent Square. 
Resident Surg., Royal Maternity Hosp., Edinburgh. Author: Treat- 
ment of Ruptured Perineum, 2nd ed., 1888; many other medical 
works and contributions to med. journs. Address: 14 Upper Hamil- 
ton Terrace, N. W. ; (Consulting Rooms), 36 Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, W., London, Eng. 

BARBER, David Cossat; physician; b. Indiana, 1862; ed. com. schs. 
of Indiana and Claverack Coll., N. Y. ; grad. A.B., Moores Hill Coll., 
1882; A.M. 1885; M.D. Miami Med. Coll., 1886; prof. Pathology 
and Clinical Med. Univ. Med. Coll. of Los Angeles for 18 years; m. 
1892, Nellie B. Yates, San Francisco, Cal. ; mem. Board of Educa- 
tion, Los Angeles; Supt. City and Co. Hosp., and Chief Surgeon 
6 years; Med. Exam., Union Central Life Ins. Co. Clubs: Univer- 
sity. Residence: 1100 Mission Road, Los Angeles, Cal. 

BARBOUR, A. H. Freeland; physician; M.A., B.Sc, F.R.C.P., phys. 
Royal Maternity Hosp., Edinburgh ; Lecturer on Midwifery and 
Diseases of Women, Edinburgh Med. Sch. ; asst. phys. Gynecological 
Dept., Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh. Author: (with Dr. Berry Hart) 
Manual of Gynecology ; Spinal Deformity in its Relation to Obstet- 
rics ; Atlas of the Sectional Anatomy of Labour ; The Sectional Anat- 
omy of Labour, and its Bearing on Clinical Work. Address: 4 
Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

BARKER, Lewellys Franklin; physician; b. Norwich, Conn., 1867; s. 
James F. Barker and Sarah J. Barker ; ed. Canadian pub. schs. and 
Pickering Coll. ; grad. M.D. Univ. of Toronto Med. Sch., 1890; M.D., 
1905 ; studied in Univ. of Leipzig, 1895 ; Munich and Berlin, 1904 ; 
m. 1903, Lillian H. Halsey, Baltimore, Md. ; mem. Assn. of 
Am. Phys. ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Johns Hopkins Comm. to Philippines, 
1899; special plague comm. (U. S. treasury dept.), 1901. Author: 
The Nervous System and its Constituent Neurones, N. Y., 1899; 
Laboratory Manual of Human Anatomy, Phila., Pa., 1904; English 
Trans, of Shalsteholz' Hand Atlas of Human Anatomy, Phila., Pa., 
1901-05. Address: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

BARNES, Fancourt; physician; j. of Robert Barnes, M.D.; ed. Mer- 


chant Taylors' Sch. ; Coll. de Honfleur, France ; Lincoln Coll., Ox- 
ford. M.D. ; physician to the Royal Maternity Charity of London ; 
Ch.M., Aberd.; M.R.C.P., Lond.; F.R.S.E. Formerly sub-editor: 
British Med. Journ., and editor: British Gynecological Journ. ; 
hon. corresp. mem. Gynecological Soc, Boston, U.S.A.; hon. mem. 
Academie Imp. de Medecine, Constantinople; mem. corresp. de la 
Societe de Gynecologie et d'Obstetrique de Paris ; consulting physi- 
cian to the Royal Maternity Charity of London ; late consulting 
physician British Lying-in Hosp. ; senior physician Chelsea Hosp. 
for Women. Clubs: Conservative, New Oxford and Cambridge, 
Royal Thames Yacht. Author: System of Obstetric Medicine; 
Manual of Midwifery for Midwives ; Perineorrhaphy by Flap 
Splitting. Address: 15 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, 

BARNETT, Charles E.; physician; b. Wapakoneta, O., 1866; .?. 
Rev. W. C. Barnett and Frances M. (Sullivan) Barnett; acad. ed. 
Normal Coll., Edgewood, Tenn., 1888; grad. Ft. Wayne Med. Coll., 
1890. Unmarried. Post-grad. Chicago Polyclinic, 1893; Sewannee 
Univ. Med. Dept., 1894; Vienna and Berlin, 1905; prof. G. A. Sur- 
gery and Surg. Anatomy, Ft. Wayne Coll. of Med. ; mem. Am. 
Med., State Med., Mississippi Valley, Free State and Ft .Wayne Socs. 
Author: Many papers on medicine and surgery contributed to va- 
rious journs. Residence: 918 Calhoun St., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

BARNHILL, James Uriah; surgeon; b. Wattsville, O. ; grad. B.S., 
N. W. Univ., 1876; A.M. later; grad. Ph.D., the Univ. of Wooster; 
M.D., Columbus Med. Coll., 1883. Studied surgery and gynecology 
at Johns Hopkins Univ. 1901 ; asst. 1883-91, and prof. 1892, Colum- 
bus Med. Coll.; prof. 1892 to present, Ohio Med. Univ.; present 
chair principles of surgery and clinical surgery, Ohio Med. Univ. ; 
surgeon to "Christian Home" Hosp. (later Columbus Hosp. for 
Women) 1888-1902; obstetrician to Protestant Hosp. 1898-1902; 
surgeon to same 1902 to present time ; trustee Columbus Hosp. for 
Women, 1897-1902; trustee Ohio Med. Univ. since 1896. Author: 
History of the Public Schools of Columbus, O., 1892; Outlines of 
Principles of Surgery, 1902; Historical Sketches of the American 
Medical Association, 1899 ; History of the Medical Colleges of Colum- 
bus, O., and papers on various surgical subjects; mem. Columbus 
Acad, of Med.; Ohio State Med. Assn. (since 1884); Am. Med. 
Assn.; Miss. Val. Med. Assn.; Am. Acad, of Med.; Nat. Assn. of 
Pen. Exg. Surgs., etc; asso. ed. (1894- 1899), editor from July 1899 


to present time, of the Columbus Med. J own. Residence: 248 E. 
State St., Columbus, O. 

BARNHILL, John F.; physician; b. Illinois, 1865; .?. Robert Barnhill 
and Angeline (Shirts) Barnhill; ed. pub. sch. and Union high sch. ; 
grad. Central Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1888; clinical post-grad, work in 
New York, 1896; London, Eng., 1897; Berlin, 1899; Vienna, 1900; 
prof. Physiology, Central Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 1891-98; and prof. 
Otology since 1901. Author: various papers contributed to the 
med. journs. Residence: 323 N. Delaware St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

BARR, Granville Walter; physician; b. Medway, O., i860; s. Dr. J. 
C. Barr and Katherine (Doll) Barr; ed. High School, Mt. Carmel, 
111.; grad. Asbury (now De Pauw) Univ., 1880; Rush Med. Coll, 
1882-83; M.D. Jefferson Med. Coll., 1884; surg. Ills. Division Sons 
of Veterans, 1890; prof. Mat. Med. and Therapeutics, Coll. Phys. 
and Surgs., Keokuk, la., 1890-98; m. 1884, Annabelle Applegate, 
Laurence Co., 111. Edited dept. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
la. State Med. Journ., 1893-94. Author: a number of reports of 
original research in drug dynamics, especially acetanilid, antipyrine, 
kola, and Idiosyncrasy and Drugs, contributed to med. journs. 
He also wrote "Skacklett" (a novel), and various short stories for 
McClure's and other periodicals. Residence: 319 Franklin St., Keo- 
kuk, la. 

BARRETT, Channing Whitney; physician; b. Blissfield, Mich., 1866; 
j. David F. Barrett and Martha C. (Dewey) Barrett; ed. pub. schs. ; 
Fayette Normal Univ., Fayette, O. ; and Hillsdale Coll. ; grad. M.D. 
Detroit Coll. of Med., 1895; m. 1896, Lula May Alvord ; prof. Gyne- 
cology, Chicago Clinical Sch.; adjt. prof. Gynecology and Clinical 
Gynecology, Univ. of 111. Med. Sch.; Gynecologist and surg. to 
Marion Sims Hosp. Author: Monographs, various papers on opera- 
tive surgery, etc. Residence: 346 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

BARTLETT, Charles Joseph; physician; b. Sutton, Vt., 1864; s. Jos. 
Bartlett and Rachel (Fletcher) Bartlett; ed. Barton Landing, Vt., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. ; grad. Yale Acad. Dept., B.A., 1892, M.D., 1895; 
m. Genevieve Bristol Kinne, Ypsilanti, Mich., 1898; asst. prof. Pa- 
thology, Yale Med. Sch., 1897-99, prof. 1900, pathologist for New 
Haven Hosp. 1900, Med. Examiner, same pi. Residence: 96 Sher- 
man Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

BARTOW, Edward; chemist; b. Glenham, N. Y., 1870; .?. Charles E. 
Bartow and Sarah Jane (Scofield) Bartow; ed. com. schs. Fishkill- 
on-Hudson, 1885-88; grad. Williams Coll. 1892; post-grad, courses, 


Gottingen, George Augusta Univ. Ph. D. ; m. 1895, Alice Abbott, 
Rochester, N. H. ; mem. Deutschen Chemischen Gesellschaft, Am. 
Chem. Soc, A.A.A.S., and Kansas Acad, of Sc. ; instructor, Williams 
Coll., 1892-94 and 1985-97; asso. prof., chem., Univ. of Kansas, 
1897-1905; director, State Water Survey, Univ. of 111., 1905. Clubs: 
(frat.) Author: many articles on chemical subjects contributed to 
the various journs. Residence: 917 W. Green St., Urbana, 111. 

BARUQH, Simon; physician; b. Schwersenz, Germany, 1840; s. Ber- 
nard Baruch and Teresa (Green) Baruch; ed. Royal Gymnasium, 
Posen, Germany; grad. Med. Coll. of Va., 1862; served as field surg. 
in Lee's army, 1862-65; consulting specialist on clinical diseases in 
New York City since 1881. Diagnosed first recorded case of per- 
forating appendicitis successfully operated on (reported by Dr. 
Sands, in N. Y. Med. Journ., 1889) ; prof. Hydrotherapeutics, N. Y. 
Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; mem. N. Y. Acad. Med.; N. Y. Co. Med. 
Assn. ; pres. S. C. Med. Assn., 1874 ; physician to Hood- Wright 
Memorial Hosp. ; m. 1867, Isabel Wolfe, New York City. Originated 
and introduced free municipal cleansing baths. Author: Uses of 
Water in Modern Medicine, Detroit, Mich., 1891, (German Trans., 
Stuttgart, 1897) ; The Principles and Practice of Hydrotheraphy, 
1898; and various papers to the leading med. journs., chiefly sanita- 
tion and cleanliness of person. Residence: Hotel Majestic, New 
York City. 

BASKETTE, William Howard; physician; b. Fesaquena Co., Miss., 
1855 ; .?. John H. Baskette and Matilda K. (Duval) Baskette; grad. 
M.D., Vanderbilt Univ. 1889; m. 1878, Mary L. Copeland, Nashville, 
Tenn., (died 1903) ; prof. Obstetrics, Meharry Med. Coll., Walden 
Univ.; prof. Pediatrics, same univ. Residence: 420^ Union St., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

BASTIAN, Henry Charlton; physician; b. Truro, 1857; ed. Univ. 
Coll. London; prof. Pathological Anatomy, Univ. Coll. 1867-87; prof. 
Principles and Practice of Medicine, 1887-95; M.A., M.D. (London), 
F.R.S., F.L.S. ; Consulting Physician to the National Hosp. for the 
Paralysed and Epileptic, and to the Univ. Coll. Hosp. (Physician 
from 1867-97) ; Emeritus Prof, of the Principles and Practice of 
Medicine and of Clinical Medicine, Univ. Coll. London ; late Censor 
of the Royal Coll. of Physicians of London ; m. Julia Orme of 
London, Eng. Author: A Monograph on the Anguillulidae or Free 
Nematoids, 1865 ; The Modes of Origin of Lowest Organisms, 1871 ; 
The Beginnings of Life, 1872; Evolution and the Origin of Life, 


1874; Clinical Lectures on the Common Forms of Paralysis from 
Brain Disease, 1875; The Brain as an Organ of Mind, 1880; Par- 
alyses: Cerebral, Bulbar, and Spinal, 1886; Various Forms of Hys- 
terical or Functional Paralysis, 1893; Lumleian Lectures on Some 
Problems in Connection with Aphasia and other Speech Defects, 
1897; A Treatise on Aphasia and other Speech Defects, 1898; many 
articles on diseases of the Nervous System in Quain's Dictionary of 
Medicine; Studies in Heterogenesis, 1904. Club: Athenaeum. Ad- 
dress: 8a Manchester Sq., London, Eng. 

BATTLE, Kemp Plummer; specialist in diseases of the ear, nose and 
throat; b. Raleigh, N. C, 1859; s. Kemp P. Battle and Martha A. 
Battle; ed. Bingham Sch., 1871-75; grad. A.B. Univ. of N. C, 1875- 
79 ; M.D. Univ. of Va., 1881 ; M.D. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1882 ; 
interne Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1883-84; interne Blackwell's Island In- 
sane Asylum, 1884; Asst. Surg. U. S. Marine Hosp. service, 1884-85; 
prof, physiology, Leonard Med. Sch., Shaw Univ., 1885 ; m. 1890, 
Eliza N. McKee, Raleigh, N. C. ; mem. N. C. State Med. Examining 
Board, 1897- 1900; prof. Ear, Nose, and Throat, med. dept. Univ. of 
N. C, 1902. Residence: 217 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh, N. C. 

BAUGHMAN, Grier; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1864; s. Charles C. 
Baughman and Willette (Stevens) Baughman; ed. priv. sch., acad. 
ed. Thomas H. Norwood's Univ. Sch., Univ. of Va. ; grad. Med. 
Coll. of Va., 1897; m. Wilhelmina Reeve, Washington, 1904; post- 
grad. Vienna, Dublin; mem. Richmond Acad. Med. and Surgery; 
Med. Soc. of Va. ; Southern Surg, and Gynecol. Soc. ; editor: Old 
Dominion Journ. of Medicine and Surgery. Author: contribs. to 
med. and surg. journs. Residence: 26 N. Laurel St., Richmond, Va. 

BAUMGARTEN, Gustav; physician; b. Clausthal, Germany, 1837; s - 
Dr. F. Ernst Baumgarten and Louise (Beckmann) Baumgarten ; grad. 
St. Louis Med. Coll., 1856; studied in Univs. of Gottingen, Berlin, 
Prague, and Vienna, 1856-59; asst. and past asst. surg. U. S. N. 
1861-65; prof, physiology St. Louis Med. Coll., 1873-87; prof. spl. 
pathology and therapeutics, 1887-93 ; prof, practice of med. in same 
sch. and prof, practice of med., med. dept. Washington Univ. since 
1893 ; mem. Acad, of Science of St. Louis, 1856; St. Louis Med. Soc, 
1859 ; Assn. Am. Phys., 1886, and its pres., 1899. Besides numerous 
papers, he wrote articles on "Diffuse Affections of the Kidney," 
"Pulse," and "Sphygmograph," in Wood's Reference Handbook of 
Med. Sc. ; m. 1865, Aminda Hillegeist, St. Louis, Mo. Club: Civil 
Service Reform Assn. Residence: 4900 Berlin Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 


BEALL, EHas James; physician; b. Macon, Ga., 1835; .9. Dr. J. Beall 
and Susan Varner (Neal) Beall; ed. com. schs. Hamilton and Macon, 
Ga. ; grad. Univ. of La., with med., ad eundem and hon. deg. M.D., 
St. Louis Med. Coll. (now Washington Univ.) ; post-grad. N. Y. 
Polyclinic; N. Y. Coll. Phys. and Surgs. ; Studied Hosps. of London, 
Paris and Berlin ; m. Fannie Van Zandt, Marshall, Tex. ; Emeritus 
Prof. Principles and Practice of Surg, and Clinical Surg., and 
pres., Faculty, Med. Dept., Fort Worth Univ. Author: Monographs 
and various papers on Med. and Surg, subjects contributed to med. 
journs. ; letters from Europe to Daniel's Med. Journ., etc. Resi- 
dence: Saginaw, Texas. 

BECKWITH, David Herrick; physician; b. Bronson, O., 1825; .?. 
William W. Beckwith and Anna Beckwith ; cd. com. schs. of Bron- 
son and Norwalk, O. ; grad. Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1849; m. 
1850, Marie Paris Haynes. Publisher of the Ohio Med. and Surg. 
Reporter, 1867-80. Author: various articles and addresses; has writ- 
ten much on sanitation and a History of the Cleveland Homeopathic 
College, 1 850- 1 880, etc. Residence: 94 Dorchester Ave., Cleveland, 

BEDDARD, Arthur Philip; physician; ed. Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(Scholar) ; Guy's Hosp. (Scholar). F.R.C.P. ; physician, West Lon- 
don Hosp. ; assistant physician, Demonstrator of General Pathology, 
and Curator of Museum, Guy's Hosp. Author: (Joint) Practical 
Physiology. Address: 44 Seymour St., London, Eng. 

BEEBE, Brooks Ford; physician; b. Ohio, 1850; .?. William Beebe, 
M.D., and Elizabeth (Rathbone) Beebe; ed. pub. schs. of Barlow and 
Marietta, O. ; Marietta Coll., 1878-79; grad. Med. Coll. of Ohio; 
A.M. deg. Marietta Coll., 1905 ; asst. to chair of physiology, Med. 
Dept. Univ. of Cinn. ; lecturer on Physical Diagnosis, ten years; 
prof, of mental diseases, four years ; m. 1898 ; court expert on nervous 
and mental diseases; supt. Grandview Sanitarium for the past five 
years, and recently leased by him. One of the originators and man- 
agers of the New Ohio State Med. Journ. Clubs: Masonic, Elks, 
Business Men's. Residence: Grandview Sanitarium, Cincinnati, O. 

BEEVOR, Charles Edward; physician; b. London, 1854; s. of late 
Charles Beevor and Elizabeth Burrell; ed. Blackheath Proprietary 
Sch. ; Univ. Coll., London ; M.D., London, 1881 ; Fellow of the Royal 
Coll. of Physicians, 1888; Croonian Lecturer, Royal Coll. of Physi- 
cians, 1903 ; m. Blanche Adine Leadam. Physician to the National 
Hosp. for the Paralysed and Epileptic, Queen Square, and the 


Great Northern Central Hosp. Clubs: Athenaeum, Arts. Author: 
On Diseases of the Nervous System ; Scientific Papers on the Nerv- 
ous System. Address: 135 Harley St., London, Eng. 

BELL, John Malseed; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1865 ; s. Thomas 
Bell and Margaret (Malseed) Bell; ed. com. schs. of Phila. and 
Girard Coll., 1873-80; grad. North Western, 1892; post-grad. Phila. 
Polyclinic, 1896; m. 1896, Harriet Braddock, Phila., Pa.; prof. Chem., 
Central Med. Sch., St. Joseph, Mo., 1895 5 P r °f- Chem. and Gastro- 
intestinal Med., Ensworth Med. Coll., St. Joseph, 1900. Residence: 
2805 Lafayette St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

BELL, John W.; physician; b. Ohio, 1853; ed. pub. and normal schs. 
of Ohio; grad. Ohio Med. Coll., Cincinnati, 1876; post-grad. Med. 
Sch., New York; Univ. of Prague, Austria; m. 1890, Kate M. Jones; 
prof. Theory and Practice of Med., Minn. Coll. Hosp., 1886-89; 
prof, of Phys. Diagnosis and Clinical Med., Univ. of Minn., 1889-95 ; 
pres. Minn. State Med. Assn. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Gastro- 
Enterological Assn.; Hennepin Co. Med. Soc. ; State Senator, 1890- 
94. Clubs: Minn. Commercial, Minnehaha. Author: numerous 
articles published in the med. journs. Residence: 2301 Bryant Ave., 
So. Minneapolis, Minn. 

BELL, Robert; physician; b. Toronto, 1841 ; s. of late Rev. Andrew 
Bell ; ed. gram. schs. of the county of Prescott ; M'Gill and Edinburgh 
Univs. ; studied and graduated in Science, Medicine, and Surgery, 
M'Gill Univ. ; studied Chemistry under Dr. Sutherland and Dr. T. 
Sterry Hunt in Montreal ; and under Lord Playfair and Profs. 
Dittmar and Crum Brown in Edinburgh; elected F.C.S., 1866; m. 
Agnes Smith of Glasgow ; a mem. of the Am. Inst, of Mining En- 
gineers, 1 88 1 ; is one of the foundation Fellows of the Royal Soc. of 
Canada; received the deg. of D.Sc, in course, at M'Gill Univ.; hon. 
LL.D., Queen's; D.Sc, Camb. ; mem. of the Govt. Geographical 
Board. Has been Canadian correspondent of the Royal Scottish 
Geographical Soc. ever since its foundation; was a Royal Commr. 
on Mineral Resources of Ontario, 1888-89 '■> nas published over two 
hundred reports and papers, mostly on geology, biology, geography, 
and folklore ; prof, of Chemistry and Natural Science in Queen's 
Univ., Kingston, 1863-67; hon. chief of Algonquin Indians of Grand 
Lake. Clubs: Rideau, Ottawa. Address: Geological Survey, Ot- 
tawa, Canada. 

BELLOWS, Howard P.; physician; b. Fall River, Mass., 1852; j. 
Albert F. Bellows ; ed. com. schs. of Amherst, Mass., and New York 


City; grad. B.S., Cornell Univ., 1875; M.S., 1878; M.D., Boston 
Univ. Sch. of Med., 1877; M.S., Cornell Univ., 1878; m. 1880, Mary 
A. Clarke ; prof. Otology, Boston Univ. Sch. of Med. ; consulting 
Aural Surg, to Mass. Homeo. Hosp. ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeop- 
athy ; ex-pres. Am. Homeo. Ophthalmological, Otological and Laryn- 
gological Soc. ; ex-pres. Mass. Homeo. Med. Soc, etc. Author: 
papers contributed to the med. journs., mostly relating to diseases of 
the ear, and the scientific "proving" of drugs. Residence: West 
Newton, Mass. 

BELT, Edward Oliver; physician; b. Frederick Co., Md., 1861 ; s. 
John Lloyd Belt and Sarah Eleanor (McGill) Belt; ed. pub. schs. of 
Frederick Co., and Frederick Coll., Frederick, Md. ; grad. Univ. of 
Maryland, 1886; post-grad, work, Johns Hopkins Univ. and Univ. of 
Vienna; m. 1899, Emily Walker Norrell, Washington, D. C. Resi- 
dent phys. Presbyterian Eye and Ear Hosp., Baltimore, 1886-88 ; visit- 
ing surg. to same, 1889; prof. Ophthal. and Otology, Howard Univ. 
since 1890; surg. to Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp., and its 
originator ; Ophthal. and Otologist to Freedmen's Hosp. and to the 
Baltimore and Ohio R. Rd. ; mem. Med. Soc, District of Columbia ; 
Am. Med. Assn. ; Soc. Ophthalmologists and Otologists of Washing- 
ton and ex-pres. of same. Clubs: Univ. ; National Geographic Soc. 
Author: a great many important papers on medical and scientific 
subjects contributed to the leading med. journs. Residence: 816 Con- 
necticut Ave., Washington, D. C. 

BETTS, Benjamin Franklin; homeopathic physician; b. Warminster, 
Pa., 1845; J - J°hn Betts and Sarah (Malone) Betts; grad. Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll. of Phila., 1868; studied in Europe, 1868-70; prof. 
Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy, Hahnemann Coll., 1873; or- 
ganized Dept. Gynecology, 1876, and was its professor till 1893 5 ^ ec_ 
tured on diseases of children and hygiene ; was consulting gynecol- 
ogist to the Hahnemann Med. Coll. Hosp. and Woman's Homeo- 
pathic Hosp. of Phila. ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeopathy, Homeopathic 
Med. Soc. of Pa., Am. Acad, of Political and Social Science, etc. ; m. 
1871, Lucy C. Corse, Baltimore, Md., (since died). Residence: 1609 
Girard Ave., Phila., Pa. 

BIDWELL, Edwin Curtis; physician; b. Tyringham (now Monterey), 
Mass., 1821 ; s. Barnabas Bidwell and Betsey (Curtis) Bidwell; ed. 
Lenox Acad. ; grad. Williams Coll., 1841 ; M.D. degree Med. Dept., 
Yale Univ., 1844; m. 1856, Isabella Calder Gibson, (died, 1888); 
Surg., 31st. Mass. Vols., 1862-65; examining surgeon for pensions, 


1869-81; mem. Am. Inst. Civics; G. A. R. ; pres. Vineland, N. J. 
Hist, and Antiq. Soc. Author: papers on the portability of Cholera In- 
fection, which was (1849) a mooted question in Med. Science; dis- 
covered, 1880, fungus of the black rot of the grape since named 
Laestadia Bidwellii by Prof. Pierre Viala of Montpelier, France, in 
his honor. Residence: 801 Plum St., Vineland, N. J. 

BIGGS, Hermann Michael; physician; b. Trumansburg, N. Y., 1859; 
s. Joseph H. Biggs and Melessa I. (Pratt) Biggs; ed. Trumansburg 
and Ithaca, N. Y. ; grad. A.B. Cornell Univ., 1882; M.D. degree 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1887; chief Med. officer, pathologist, and 
dirct. bacteriol. labs., N. Y. City health dept, 1892, to date; prof, 
therapeutics and clin. med. adjt. ; prof, of med., Univ. and Bellevue 
Hosps. Med. Coll., 1898 to date; m. 1898, Frances M. Richardson, 
Hornellsville, N. Y. ; mem. N. Y. Acad, of Med. ; Nat. Assn. Study 
and Prev't of Tuberculosis ; N. Y. State and Co. Med. Assns. ; Am. 
Med. Assn., etc. Clubs: University, Century Assn. Residence: 5 
West 58th St., New York City. 

BINNE, John F.; surgeon; b. Stirling, Scotland, 1863; ^. Rev. Wm. 
Binne, D.D. ; ed. Aberdeen Univ.; grad. 1882, M.B., CM., 1886; 
Fellow Amer. Surgical Assn. ; prof, surgery, Kansas State Univ. ; 
mem. Societe Internationale de Chirurgie, France. Author: Manual 
of Operative Surgery, 1905. Residence: Kansas City, Mo. 

BINSWANGER, Otto S.; physician; b. in Germany, 1854; s. Oswald 
Binswanger and Caroline Binswanger; ed. in Germany; grad. Univ. 
of Md. ; prof, of chem. and toxicology, Willamette Med. Coll., 1882- 
87 ; prof, of chem. and toxicology, Med. Dept., Univ. of Oregon ; m. 
1890, Guda Braverman, San Francisco, Cal. ; ex-pres. Portland Med. 
Soc. Residence: 275 24th St., Portland, Ore. 

BIRKETT, Herbert Stanley; physician; b. Hamilton, Can., 1864; s. 
Wm. Birkett and Caroline Amelia (Ball) Birkett; ed. England; 
acad. ed. Med. Faculty, M'Gill Univ., Montreal ; grad. M'Gill Univ., 
1886; m. 1899, Margaret McNaughton, Glengarry, Can.; Prizeman 
in anat. obstet. and clin. med.; jun. demonstrator anat., 1889; sen. 
demonstr., 1894; rhinologist and laryngologist, Montreal Dispensary, 
1889; and Gen. Hosp., 1890-98; Roy. Vict. Hosp., 1898; Mont. Chil. 
Hosp. ; aurist, Mackay Inst. ; vice-pres. Amer. Laryng. Assn. ; mem. 
Laryng. Assn., London, Eng., etc. Clubs: Royal, St. James, St. 
Lawrence Yacht, Montreal. Author: Diseases of the Nose, Throat, 
and Ear, 1903, and other works on the Throat, etc., joint, with Dr. 
Cameron, Hare's Syst. of Pract. Therap., many valuable contribs. to 
press. Residence: 252 Mountain St., Montreal, Can. 


BISHOP, Hudson D.; homeopathic physician; b. Smithville, O., 1866; 
s. Abner B. Bishop and Mandilla (Hartman) Bishop; ed. Medina, O. 
high sch., Oberlin, and Ohio State Univ., 1884-87; grad. M.D. Cleve- 
land Homeop. Coll., 1890; m. 1892, Bessie M. Spitzer, Medina, 
O. ; surg. Cleveland Homeop. Hosp. ; Gynecologist City Hosp. ; surg. 
Maternity Hosp. ; lecturer on Chemistry, Cleveland Homeop. Med. 
Coll., 1890-93 ; now prof, of surg. in the same Coll. Author: Obstet- 
ric Duties of Mothers and Nurses, Cleveland, 1904. Residence: 70 
Ingleside Ave., Cleveland, O. 

BISHOP, Louis Faugeres; physician; b. New Brunswick, N. J., 1864; 
s. James Bishop and Mary F. Bishop; ed. St. Paul's Sch., Concord, 
N. H.; grad. A.B., Rutgers Coll., 1885; (A.M., 1889) ; M.D., Coll. 
of Phys. and Surg., New York, 1889; m. 1899, Charlotte D. Gruner; 
resident physician, St. Mark's Hosp., 1889-92; sec, N. Y. Acad, of 
Med. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. Clubs: Calumet, Columbia University, 
Sons of the Revolution. Author: Theory and Treatment of Rheu- 
matism, N. Y., 1904; Diagnosis and Treatment of Gout; Important 
points in the Treatment of Pneumonia; Blood Pressure, 1904; and 
various papers, chiefly on disorders of the circulation, contributed to 
the current med. press. Residence: 54 W. 55th St., New York. 

BISHOP, Seth Scott; surgeon; b. Fond du Lac, Wis., 1852; s. Lyman 
Bishop and Maria (Probart) Bishop; ed. Beloit Coll., Wis.; Univ. of 
New York; grad. B.S., M.D., LL.D., Northwestern Univ., 1876; m. 
1885, Jessie A. Button; prof, otology, rhinology and laryngology, 
Chic. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp. ; prof, diseases of the nose, 
throat and ear, 111. Med. Coll. ; surg. to 111. Hosp. and Post-Grad. 
Hosp. ; consulting surg. to Mary Thompson Hosp. ; 111. Masonic 
Orphan's Home of Children ; and Silver Cross Hosp., Joliet, 111. ; 
mem. Internt. Med. Congress ; Pan. Am. ; Med. Soc. of 111. ; etc. 
Author: Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat, and Their Accessory 
Cavities; "Hay Fever," 1897; Pathology of Hay Fever, the two lat- 
ter essays being awarded first prize by the United States Hay Fever 
Assn. ; a Statistical Report of Twenty-one Thousand Cases of Dis- 
eases of the Ear, Nose, and Throat, etc. One of the editors of The 
Laryngoscope. Residence: 719 W. Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

BLACK, Melville; physician; b. Washington, Iowa, 1866; .?. George 
Black and Louise Jane (Melville) Black; cd. com. sch. of Washing- 
ton, la., 1872-82; grad. M.D. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1887; post- 
grad. Manhattan Eye and Ear Hosp., 1889-91 ; N.Y. Post-Grad. Sch., 
1889; N. Y. Polyclinic, 1889; m - 1896, Eleanor Cole, Denver, Colo.; 


mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Colo. State Med. Soc. ; Denver Co. Med. 
Soc. ; Colo. Ophthalmological Soc. ; Rocky Mt. Interstate Med. Soc. ; 
Acad, of Ophthalmol., Oto. and Laryngology. Clubs: Denver 
Country Club. Author: numerous monographs and papers contrib- 
uted to med. journs., etc. Residence: 669 Emerson St., Denver, 

BLACKADER, Alexander Dougall; physician; b. Montreal, P. O., 
1847; s - Francis Fraser Blackader and Margaret P. (Drummond) 
Blackader; ed. com. sch. ; Brantford high sch. ; acad. ed. M'Gill 
Univ.; grad. M.D., Montreal, 1872; prof, of Pharmacology and 
Therapeutics; lecturer on diseases of children, M'Gill Univ.; mem. 
Royal Coll. of Surg., Eng. ; mem. and past-pres. Montreal Medico- 
Chirurgical Soc; Am. Climatological Soc; Assn. Am. Phys. ; Am. 
Therapeutic Soc, etc.; m. Kate Elizabeth Skelton; for three 
years surg. on board the Allen Line Royal Mail Steamers, the 
Liverpool, Brazil and River Plateau Mail S. S. Co., and the Ocean 
S. S. Co., of Liverpool to China and the East Indies. Afterwards 
spent three years in London, Eng., as clinical asst., Royal South Lon- 
don Ophthalmic Hosp. ; resident clinical asst., Brompton Consumption 
Hosp., and four months acting resident phys. to the Great Ormond 
St. Sch. Children's Hosp. At present, phys. to Montreal General 
Hosp. and consulting phys. to a number of charitable insts. for chil- 
dren. Club: St. James. Residence: 236 Mountain St., Montreal, Qc 

BLACKWELL, Elizabeth; physician; b. Bristol, 1821 ; d. of Samuel 
Blackwell, Bristol ; ed. private schs. in Bristol and New York. 
Taught in Kentucky and North and South Carolina; studied med. 
at Geneva Univ., U.S., and in La Maternite and Hotel Dieu, Paris, 
and St. Bartholomew's, London. Practised in New York, 185 1, 
founding there a Hospital and Medical School for Women; placed 
on the English Register, 1859; practiced in London and Hastings 
since 1869; founded National Health Soc. of London, and assisted 
in forming London School of Medicine for Women. Clubs: Assn. 
of Registered Medical Women. Author: The Physical Educa- 
tion of Girls ; The Religion of Health ; The Moral Education of the 
Young; The Human Element in Sex; Pioneer Work in Opening 
the Medical Profession to Women ; Scientific Method in Biology, etc. 
Address: Rock House, Exmouth Place, Hastings, Eng. 

BLAKE, Daniel Bigelow; physician; b. Chester, S. C, 1853; .?. Joshua 
Blake and Frances J. (Bigelow) Blake; ed. com. sch. Bascomville 
Acad. S. C; grad. Med. Coll. of the State of S. C. ; post-grad. Univ. 


of Mo., 1882 ; N. Y. Post-Grad., 1893-97 ; »*. 1880, Mary C. Weldon, 
Cuero, Texas. Ex-pres. Nashville Acad, of Med. and Davidson Co. 
Med. Assn. ; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Univ. of Tenn., 
Med. Dept., and treasurer of the Faculty. Residence: 2012 West 
End Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 

BLANDFORD, George Fielding; physician; b. Hindon, Wilts, 1829; 
ed. Rugby; Oxford; M.A. Oxon; F.R.C.P. London. Past pres. of 
Medico- Psychological Assn. of Great Britain and Ireland ; pres. of 
Psychological Section, British Med. Assn., 1894. Club: Athenaeum. 
Author: Lectures on Insanity and i's Treatment, 4th edit. 1892 ; Art. 
Insanity, Ouain's Dictionary of Medicine; Art. Prevention, Prog- 
nosis of Insanity, Tuke's Dictionary of Psychological Medicine; 
Lumleian Lectures on Insanity, Lancet, 1895. Address: 48 Wimpole 
St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

BLOYER, William Edward; eclectic physician; b. Chambersburg, Pa., 
^53 J •*• Joseph Bloyer and Martha Bloyer ; ed. Chambersburg Acad. ; 
grad. Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, O., 1879; m. 1876, Helen A. 
Pinckney, Vernon, N. Y. ; prof. Anatomy, Eclectic Inst., Cincinnati ; 
ex-pres. Nat. Eclectic Med. Soc. ; mem. Ohio State Med. Soc. ; editor: 
Med. Gleaner, 1889-1904. Residence: 1020 Dayton St., Cincinnati, O. 

BLUMFELD, J.; physician; b. London, 1870; ed. Univ. Coll. Sch. ; 
Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge; St. George's Hosp. ; B.C., 
B.A., Cantab; Senior Anaesthetist, St. George's Hosp., and Anaes- 
thetist to Metropolitan, Grosvenor, and National Dental Hosps. ; 
Fellow Royal Med. and Chirurgical Soc. Club: Savage. Author: 
a book on anaesthetics and various contributions on same subject to 
med. journs. Address: 7 Cavendish Place, London, Eng. 

BOERICKE, William; physician; b. Austria, 1849; grad. Hahne- 
mann Coll. of Phila., 1880; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo. Clubs: 
Bohemian. Author: A Compend of the Principles of Homeopathy, 
and Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica. Residence: 
181 2 Washington St., San Francisco, Cal. 

BOLDT, Hermann J.; physician; b. Berlin, Germany, 1856; s. Her- 
mann and Amelia (Kriiger) Boldt; grad. Med. Sch., Univ. of N. Y., 
1879; m. 1891, Hedwig Kriiger of Berlin, Germany ; prof, of Diseases 
of Women, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch., Med. Dept. of N. Y. State 
Univ. since 1890 ; prof, gynecology, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and 
Hosp.; gynecol. to German Poliklinik and St. Mark's Hosp.; mem. 
N. Y. Acad, of Med. ; N. Y. Obstetrical Soc. (ex-pres.) ; German Med. 
Soc. of N. Y. (ex-pres.) ; Am. Gynecological Soc; Southern Gynecol. 


and Surg. Soc. ; Intern. Gynecol. Soc. ; British Gynecol. Soc. ; N. Y. 
Obstetrical Soc. Author: Clinical Gynecology, Phila., Pa., 1895; con- 
tributed chapter on Cancer of the Uterus to Encyklopadie der Geburt- 
shiilfe und Gynakologie, 1900, Leipzig, Germany, and many impor- 
tant papers to leading med. journs. both here and abroad. Residence: 
39 East 6 1st St., New York City. 

BONTECOU, Reed Brockway; surgeon; b. Troy, N. Y., 1824; s. of 
Peter Bontecou and Semantha (Brockway) Bontecou; ed. at Troy 
high sch. ; Putney Acad., Vt. ; and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., 
Troy, from which he received the deg. of B.N.S. in 1842; attended 
lectures Med. Dept, Univ. of City of N. Y., 1844-45 5 and took his 
M.D. degree at Castleton Med. Coll. in 1847. He was an army sur- 
geon from 1849 till 1866, when he was mustered out of the service. 
He was present at the battle of Big Bethel, Va., at the capture of 
Yorktown, and was in charge of the Hygeia U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., 
Fortress Monroe, from Sept., 1861, until its destruction; served in 
the South through the Yellow Fever and was subsequently appointed 
chief med. officer at Beaufort, S. C. ; m. 1849, Susan J. Northrup, 
New Haven, Conn.; mem. Med. Soc. of Co. of Rensselaer, (pres. 
1891 and again 1892) ; Med. Soc. State of N. Y. ; N. Y. State Med. 
Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Surg. Assn. ; del. to the Tenth Intern'l 
Med. Congress, Berlin, 1890, and while abroad in 1891-92, made a 
tour of the principle hosps. of England and the continent. He origi- 
nated and practiced the application of photography to military sur- 
gical history; was one of the largest contributors to the "Surgical 
History of the War" and to the "Army Medical Museum." Dr. 
Bontecou was the first in this country to operate for repair of typhoid 
ulceration and perforation of the intestine, on Oct. 16, 1887. Resi- 
dence: 82 Fourth St., Troy, N. Y. 

BORDEN, William Cline; maj. and surg. U. S. A.; b. Watertown, 
N. Y., 1858; s. Daniel J. Borden and Mary Louise (Cline) Borden; 
grad. M.D. Med. Dept. Columbia (now George Washington Univ.), 
Washington, D. C, 1883 ; coram. 1st Lieut, asst. surg. U. S. A., 1883 ; 
capt, 1888; maj. and brigade Surg. U. S. V., 1898; apptd. prof. surg. 
path., Georgetown Univ. Sch. of Med., 1898; prof. Mil. Surg. Army 
Med. Sch., Washington, D. C, 1901 ; mem, Assn. Mil. Surg, of U. 
S. ; Am. Med. Assn.; Royal Microscopical Soc. of London, Eng. ; 
Med. Soc. of Dist. of Columbia ; Med. and Surg. Soc, Dist. of Colum- 
bia, and during the Spanish-Am. War, commd. U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., 
Key West, Florida, and afterwards given commd. of A. Gen. Hosp., 


at Washington, D. C. Author: Use of the Rontgen Ray by the Med. 
Dept. U. S. A. in the War with Spain, (pub. by joint resolution of 
Congress), 1900; Military Surgery, — prize essay Assn. of Military 
Surgs. of the U. S., 1900; besides valuable papers contributed to the 
leading med. journs. of the country. Clubs: Sons of Am. Revolu- 
tion; Crescent Yacht Club, Chaumont, N. Y. Residence: 1752 Erie 
St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

BOULTON, Percy; physician; b. 1840; s. of R. G. Boulton, of Bev^ 
erley, Eng., and Anne Whytehead of Thormanby, Yorkshire, Eng. ; 
ed. Beverley gram. sch. ; private tutor ; Edinburgh Univ. ; com- 
menced practice, 1863, in The Dukeries, Worksop, Notts., London, 
1865; physician to the Samaritan Free Hosp., 1870; elected con- 
sulting physician, which appointment he still holds; physician 
to Out-Patients, Queen Charlotte's Hosp., 1881-82; consulting physi- 
cian, British Home for Incurables ; was an examiner nine years, 
Obstetrical Soc, London; m. 1st, Mrs. A. C. Vickermann of Mans- 
field, Notts.; 2nd, Mrs. C. F. Holland of London. Clubs: Edinburgh 
University; Berkshire, Reading. Author: Editor for eight years, 
Obstetrical Society's Transactions ; editor Tanner's Index of Diseases, 
fourth edition; papers to journs. and med. transactions. Ad- 
dress: 15 Seymour St., Portman Square, London; The Orchard, 
Wargrave, Berks, Eng. 

BOWDITCH, Henry Pickering; physician; b. Boston, 1840; grad. 
Harvard, 1861 ; Harvard Med. Sch., 1868 (LL.D., Edinburgh, 1898; 
D.Sc, Cambridge, Eng., 1898) ; m. 1871, Selma Knauth, Leipzig. 
Lt, capt., and maj., U. S. Vol. Cav., 1861-65 ; studied physiology in 
France and Germany, 1868-71 ; asst. prof., 1871-76, and since 1876 
prof, physiology, Harvard Med. Sch. ; trustee Boston Public Library, 
1895-1902. Has published many papers on physiol. subjects. Resi- 
dence: Jamaica Plains, Mass. Office: Harvard Med. Sch., Boston. 

BRADBURY, John Buckley; physician; b. Saddleworth, Yorkshire, 
1841 ; s. of John Bradbury; cd. King's Coll., London; Caius and 
Downing Colls., Camb. ; Scholar of Downing; B.A., 1st class Natural 
Sciences Tripos, 1864; M.D. (Camb.), F.R.C.P. (Lond.), F.R.S. 
(Edin.) ; Downing prof, of Med., Cambridge; practises as a phys. ; 
examiner, Natural Sciences Tripos, 1868 and 1869; has on many oc- 
casions examined for Med. Degs. ; has been assessor to the Regius 
prof, of Physic, phys. to Addenbrooke's Hosp., Camb., since 1896; 
formerly Med. Lecturer at Downing and Caius Colls. ; and Linacre 
Lecturer in Physic at St. John's ; Bradshaw Lecturer at the Royal 


Coll. of Physicians, London, 1895 ; Croonian Lecturer at the Royal 
Coll. of Physicians, London, 1899; mem. of the Council of the Royal 
Coll. of Physicians, London; pres. of the Section of Pharmacology 
and Therapeutics, Portsmouth Meeting of British Med. Assn., 1899 ; 
examiner in Materia Medica in the Univ. of Oxford ; m. Jane Gwat- 
kin, 1885. Author: On Vertigo: its Causes, Importance as a Symp- 
tom, and Treatment, 1870; Inaugural Lecture on Pharmacology, 
1894; on some new Vaso-Dilators, etc., 1895; On Some Points Con- 
nected with Sleep, Sleeplessness and Hypnotics, 1899. Address: 4 
St. Peter's Terrace, Cambridge ; Downing College, Cambridge, Eng. 

BRADFORD, John Rose; physician; b. London, 1863; ed. Univ. 
Coll. Sch., Coll. and Hosp. Formerly George Henry Lewes stu- 
dent and Grocer Research Scholar; M.D., D.Sc, F.R.C.P., F.R.S.; 
mem. of Senate of Univ. of London ; physician to Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; 
prof, of Med., Univ. Coll.; m. 1899, Mary Roberts. Club: Arts. 
Author: papers on medical and scientific subjects in Proc. Roy. Soc. 
and in Transactions of med. socs. Address: 8 Manchester Square, 
W., London, Eng. ; Bryn., nr. Dinas Mawddwy, R.S.O., Merioneth- 
shire, Wales. 

BRADLEY, Arthur Harry; physician; b. Clinton, Mo., 1869; s. James 
R. Bradley and Martha (Tenbrook) Bradley; ed. pub. schs. and Mo. 
State Normal, Warrensburg, 1889-90; Mo. State Univ. of Columbia, 
1890-91 ; grad. Marion Sims Coll. of Med., 1892; M.D. Barnes Med. 
Coll., 1893; in. 1902, Gertrude M. May, St. Louis, Mo.; prof, of 
Hygiene and Sanitary Science, Barnes Univ.; Surg, to Centenary 
Hosp., St. Louis ; mem. St. Louis Med. Soc. ; Mo. State Med. Soc, 
etc. Residence: 5263 Vernon Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

BRADLEY, Manuel Edgar; physician; b. Sedalia, Mo., 1867; s. James 
R. Bradley and Martha (Tenbrook) Bradley; ed. pub. schs. and 
Lampkin Acad., Clinton, Mo., 1886-87 ; grad. M.D. Union Med. Coll., 
Kansas City, Mo., 1890; m. 1892, Mattie Ellis, Windsor, Mo.; prof. 
Histology, Barnes Univ., St. Louis, Mo. ; mem. St. Louis Med. Soc. ; 
Mo. State Med. Soc. Residence: 3719 Juniata St., St. Louis, Mo. 

BRAILEY, W. A.; physician; s. of Rev. W. Brailey; ed. Kingswood 
Sch.; Downing Coll., Cambridge; 1st Class Natural Science Tripos; 
M.A., M.D., etc. ; Ophthalmic Surg. ; Ophthalmic Surg, and Lecturer, 
Guy's Hosp. ; Fellow, Downing Coll., Cambridge, and Intercollegiate 
Lecturer in Natural Science; late Hunterian Prof., Royal Coll. 
of Surgs. ; m. Agnes Robertson. Author: various works on ophthal- 
mology. Address: 11 Old Burlington St., W., London, Eng. 


BRAINERD, Henry Green; physician; b. New Hampshire, 1852; s. 
Rev. T. G. Brainerd and Lucinda R. (Dewey) Brainerd; ed. com. 
schs. of Halifax, Mass., 1858-66; acad. course Grinnell, la., 1867-70; 
grad. Dartmouth Coll., 1874; M.D. Rush Med. Coll., 1878; m. 1887, 
Fannie Howard, Chicago, 111. ; asst. supt., Iowa Hosp. for Insane, 
1878-86; supt., Los Angeles Co. Hosp., 1889-93; sur g-> Los Angeles 
Cable Ry., 1888-93 ; prof. Neurology, Med. Dept., Univ. of So. Cal., 
1887 to present; Dean Med. Dept., Univ. So. Cal., 1893-1901 ; mem. 
Los Angeles Co. Med. Soc. ; Cal. Med., Clinical and Pathological 
Soc. ; Soc. Angeles, etc. Clubs: California; L T niversity; Am. Acad. 
of Med. Has contributed numerous articles to the med. journs. 
Residence: 1661 Orange St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

BRAY, John Lang; physician; b. Kingston, Ont., 1841 ; ed. London 
district grammar schs.; grad. Queen's Univ., Kingston, 1863; F.R.C. 
P. and S., Kingston, 1890; LL.D., 1905; honorary mem. of Queen's 
Univ., 1905, Coll. Phys. and Surgs. of Ontario, since 1880; vice-pres., 
Med. Council of Ont, 1882; pres. 1883; pres., Canadian Med. Coun- 
cil of Coll. Phys. and Surgs. of Ontario since 1880; pres., Canadian 
Med. Assn., 1892; mem. Ont. Med. Assn., 1892; British Med. Assn.; 
Western St. Clair Med. Soc. ; Chatham Med. Soc. ; Detroit Med. and 
Library Assn. ; mem. Bd. Ed., Chatham. Author: many papers pub- 
lished in different med. journs. Residence: Chatham, Ont. 

BRAYTON, Alembert Winthrop; physician; b. Avon, N. Y., 1848; s. 
Elijah H. Brayton and Helen (Parker) Brayton; grad. Cook Co. 
normal sch., 1869; student in Cornell Univ., 1871-72; grad. M.D., 
Butler Univ., 1878; Ind. Med. Coll., 1879; m. 1874, Jessie May 
Dewey, Chicago, 111. ; prof. Clinical Med. and Dermatology, Ind. 
Med. Coll., and vice-pres. of Faculty. Author: Birds of Indiana ; 
Mammals of Ohio; Fishes of the Southern Allegheny Region, with 
20 Species New to Science (with Prof. L. S. Jordan, of Leland 
Stanford, Junior Univ.), 1879; editor: Ind. Med. Joum., 1892-1903; 
pres. Ind. State Med. Soc, 1902. Clubs: Indianapolis Literary Club ; 
Marion Club. Residence: 21 13 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BRICKNER, Walter M.; physician; b. New York; s. David Brickner 
and Sarah Ritterband Brickner ; ed. pub. schs. of New York City and 
Coll. of the City of New York; grad. B.S., 1893; M.D., Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., Columbia Univ., 1896; mem. N. Y. Acad, of Med.; 
Am. Med. Assn. ; N. Y. Co. Med. Soc. ; Med. Assn. of Greater New 
York, etc.; m. 1903, Perla S. Abrahams, Savannah, Ga. In private 


practice and clinical work, surg. dept. Mt. Sinai Dispensary ; formerly 
asst. pathologist Montefiore Home, 1900-01. Author: The Surgical 
Assistant, New York, 1905 ; and numerous surgical articles con- 
tributed to the med. journs. Editor-in-chief of the American Journal 
of Surgery. Residence: 30 West 92nd St., New York City. 

BRIGGS, Frederic M.; physician; b. Longwood, Brookline, Mass., 
1857; >?• Richard Briggs and Fannie (Towne) Briggs; ed. com. sch., 
Brookline, Mass. ; grad. M.D., Harvard Coll., 1879 ; m. 1893, Grace 
Stickney Wood, Pocasset, Mass.; prof, of Clinical Surg, and sec. of 
the Faculty, Tufts Coll. Med. Sch.; surg.- to Boston Dispensary; 
mem. Mass. Med. Soc. ; Boston Soc. for Med. Improvement ; Mass. 
Med. Benevolent Soc; Am. Med. Assn.; etc. Residence: 31 Massa- 
chusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. 

BROCKMAN, David Crawford; physician; b. Cedar Rapids, la., 1853 ; 
s. Walter L. Brockman and Helen (Crawford) Brockman; ed. Blairs- 
town Acad. ; A.B., A.M., Cornell Coll., 1876; grad. Med. Dept., Iowa 
State Univ., 1878; m. 1879, Augusta Mallory, Marshalltown, la.; 
pres. Tri-State Med. Soc, 1896-97; pres. Iowa Assn. Ry. Surg., 
1903-04; pres. Iowa State Med. Assn., 1904-05; mem. Am. Acad, 
of Med. ; Iowa State Med. Assn. ; Western Surg, and Gyn. Assn. 
Clubs: Wapello. Residence: 301 E. 2nd St., Ottumwa, la. 

BROWN, Alexander Crum; physician; b. Edinburgh, 1838; j. of Rev. 
John Brown, D.D. ; ed. Royal High Sch., Edinburgh; Mill Hill Sch., 
Univs. of Edinburgh, Heidelberg, Marburg; extra-academical lec- 
turer on Chemistry, Edinburgh, 1863-69 ; pres. Chemical Soc. of Lon- 
don, 1892-93 ; m. Jane Bailie Porter. M.A., M.D., Edinburgh ; D.Sc, 
London, F.R.S., LL.D., Aberdeen; prof, of Chemistry, Edinburgh 
Univ. since 1869. Clubs: Savile ; Univ., Edinburgh ; Royal and 
Ancient Golf, St. Andrews. Address: 8 Belgrade Crescent, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

BROWN, George; surgeon; b. Callington, Cornwall, 1844; s. of late 
Thomas Brown ; ed. private schs., Charing Cross Hosp. Sch. of Med., 
London; Golding Scholar, 1871 ; M.R.C.S. Eng., 1874; L.S.A. Lond., 
1873 ; direct representative for England and Wales on the General 
Med. Council; editor of the General Practitioner, the official journ. 
of the Incorporated Med. Practitioners' Assn.; Llewellyn Scholar, 
1872 ; Gold Medal, 1873 ; House Surg, at Charing Cross Hosp., 1873 ; 
Resident Med. Officer at the North-Eastern Hosp. for Children, 
1874; Prosector of Anatomy at the Royal Coll. of Surgs. of Eng- 
land, 1874; Demonstrator of Anatomy at the Westminster Hoso. 


Med. Sch., 1873-74; founder and editor (25 years) of the Hospital 
Gazette (now Medical Times and Hospital Gazette) ; Advocate of 
Fiscal Reform; m. 1898, Edith Kate Reay. Club: Imperial Colonies. 
Author: Aids to Anatomy, 1875; Aids to Surgery, 1876; contribu- 
tions to the Times, Lancet, British Medical Journal, and General 
Practitioner. Address: Mount Lodge, Silver Valley, Callington, 
Cornwall, Wales. 

BROWN, Mark Atkins; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1874; s. Aaron 
Mercer Brown and Amelia (Atkins) Brown; ed. com. schs., Cincin- 
nati; acad. ed. Univ. of Cincinnati; grad. M.D., Miami Med. 
Coll., 1894. Unmarried. Prof. Hygiene, Miami Med. Coll. ; mem. 
Am. Med. Assn. ; Ohio State Med. Soc. ; Cincinnati Acad. Med. ; 
Cincinnati Soc. for Med. Research. Editor: Lancet-Clinic. Resi- 
dence: 628 Elm St., Cincinnati, O. 

BROWN, Thomas Richardson; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1872; s. 
Dr. Thomas R. Brown and Harriet (Carrington) Brown; ed. pub. 
schs. of Baltimore and Baltimore City Coll. ; grad. A.B., Johns Hop- 
kins Univ., 1892; M.D.,1897; w.1902, Jean McAlbert, Baltimore, Md. 
Asso. prof, in Med., Johns Hopkins Univ. ; asso. prof, of Med., Coll. 
Phys. and Surgs. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Med. and Chirurgical Soc. 
Clubs: Country Club ; Athletic ; Reform League ; Civil Service Re- 
form Assn. Author: Monographs and various papers contributed to 
med. journs. Residence: 17 West Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. 

BROWNE, Jennie Nicholson; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1876; d. 
B. Bernard Browne, M.D. and Jennie (Nicholson) Browne; ed. 
Baltimore sch.; Bryn Mawr sch., 1887-94; grad. A.B., Bryn Mawr 
Coll., Pa., 1898; M.D., Woman's Med. Coll. of Baltimore, 1902. 
Unmarried. Prof, of Physiology, Woman's Med. Coll. ; phys. to 
supervisors of City Charities ; med. examiner Catholic Women's 
Benevolent Legion and the Ladies of the Maccabees ; mem. Am. Med. 
Assn. ; pres. Alumni Assn. of Woman's Med. Coll., 1904-05. Club: 
Eight O'clock. Residence: 510 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

BRUCE, John Mitchell; physician; b. 1846; .?. of A. Bruce and A. 
Mitchell, of Keig, Aberdeenshire; ed. grammar sch. and Univ., Aber- 
deen; Middlesex Hosp. ; Univ. of Vienna; M.A., M.D., LL.D., F.R. 
C.P., Lond. ; phys. and lecturer Charing Cross Hosp. ; cons. phys. 
Brompton Hosp. ; member of Royal Institution ; engaged in patholog- 
ical research under Sanderson and Klein ; Charing Cross Hosp., 
taught physiology and pathology, then materia medica and medicine, 
and was dean of the school ; engaged in medical literature on Medical 


Times and Gazette, later as co-editor of the The Practitioner, and 
assistant editor of Quain's Dictionary ; has been examiner in Univs. 
of London and Cambridge, the Victoria Univ., and Royal Coll. of 
Phys. ; for 20 years phys. to Brompton Hosp. ; was hon. sec. of Royal 
Med. and Chirurgical Soc. Clubs: Athenaeum, Caledonian. Author: 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 44th thousand ; Principles of 
Treatment, 1899; many articles and papers in serial medical literature, 
etc. Address: 23 Harley St., W., Ponds Farm, Beaconsfield, Bucks, 

BRUNDAGE, Albert Harrison; physician, toxicologist ; b. Candor, N. 
Y., 1862; s. Amos H. Brundage, M.D., and Sarah M. (Dummock) 
Brundage ; ed. Montclair and Newark, N. J., pub. schs. ; grad. N. Y. 
Univ. Med. Coll., 1885; Brooklyn Coll. Pharm.,1892; Phar. D., Brook- 
lyn Coll. of Pharm., 1897; A.M., Univ. of Nashville, 1898; m. 1888, 
Sarah A. Holt, Amherst, Mass. ; prof. Toxicology and Physiology, 
Brooklyn Coll. Pharm. and R. I. Coll. Pharm. and Allied Sciences; 
pres. N.Y. State Bd. Pharm. and Bd. of Examiners in Toxicology and 
Posology; chmn. State Com. on poisons; toxicologist to Bushwick 
Hosp. ; former mem. and examiner in toxicology, N. Y. City Bd. of 
Pharm. ; founder and ex-pres. Brooklyn Med. Soc. ; ex-vice-pres. N. 
Y. State Pharm. Assn. ; ex-pres. Brooklyn Coll. Pharm. ; mem. Am. 
Med. Assn. ; Am. Pharm. Assn. ; Am. Micros. Soc. ; Am. Anthropol. 
Assn. Author: A Manual of Toxicology, a Concise Presentation of 
the Principal Facts Relating to Poisons, with Detailed Directions for 
the Treatment of Poisonings, etc.; Practical Points in Physiology, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1903 ; and many papers on pharm. and med. subjects 
which have appeared in tech. and med. journs. Residence: 1073 
Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BRUNTON, Sir (Thomas) Lauder; Kt. ; physician; b. 1844; M.D., 
Sc.D., LL.D. (Edin.), LL.D. (Aberd.), F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Consult- 
ing phys. to St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; m. 1879, Louisa Jane Stop- 
ford. Club: Athenaeum. Author: The Bible and Science, 1881 ; Text- 
Book of Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Materia Medica, 1887; 
Disorders of Digestion, 1889; Lectures on the Action of Medicines, 
1897 ; on Disorders of Assimilation, 1901 ; collected papers on Circu- 
lation and Respiration, 1904. Address: 10 Stratford Place, Oxford 
St., W., London, Eng. 

BRYANT, J. H.; physician; b. 1867; *• of William Mead Bryant of 
Ilminster, Somerset; ed. Ilminster grammar sch. (Harming Exhibi- 
tion) ; Sherborne Sch.; Guy's Hosp.; M.D., F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; 


Asst. Phys. and Lecturer on Materia Medica and Therapeutics at 
Guy's Hosp. ; ist class hons. and gold medal in Medicine and ist 
class hons. Forensic Med. M.B. Examination, London Univ., 
1890; M.R.C.S. Eng., and B.S. (Lond.), 1890; Treasurer's gold 
medal in med., Treasurer's gold medal in surg., Beaney prize in 
pathology, 1891, Michael Harris prize in anatomy, 1888, and other 
prizes at Guy's Hosp. ; late Med. Registrar and Pathologist at Guy's 
Hosp. ; m. Stella Beatrice Fry. Author: editor of the Guy's Hospital 
Reports ; Diseases of the Abdominal Blood Vessels, Allchin's System 
of Medicine; Electro-Therapeutics, Hale White's Text Book of 
Therapeutics; Contributions to the Guy's Hospital Reports, Society 
and Med. Journs. Address: 8 Mansfield St., Cavendish Square, W., 
London, Eng. 

BUIST, Archibald Johnston; physician; b. Charleston, S. C, 1872; s. 
J. S. Buist and Margaret S. (Johnston) Buist; grad. A.B., Princeton 
Univ., 1893; M.D., Med. Coll. of S. C, 1896; m, 1899, Alice S. 
Mitchell, Charleston, S. C. ; prof. Clinical and Minor Surg., Med. 
Coll. of S. C. ; mem. Med. Soc. of S. C. ; S. C. Med. Assn. ; Assn. of 
Mil. Surgs. of U. S. Residence: 276 Meeting St., Charleston, S. C. 

BUIST, Robert Cochrane; physician; b. Dundee, i860; s. of Thos. P. 
Buist, Dundee; ed. Dundee high sch. ; St. Andrews (Lowson, Spence, 
and Guthrie Scholarships) Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge (Senior 
Scholar), and Edinburgh Univ.; and at Vienna; M.A., (St. And.), 
B.A. (Cantab.), M.D. (Ed.), M.R.C.P. (Ed.) ; Gynecologist and Ob- 
stetrician to Dundee Royal Infirmary, and in private practice; M.A. 
(Mathematical Honors, ist class) St. Andrews; B.A. (14th 
Wrangler) Cambridge; formerly pres. Students' Representative 
Council, Edinburgh ; Hon. Sec. Dundee and District Branch of Brit- 
ish Med. Assn. ; Fellow of Edinburgh and Glasgow Obstetrical Socs. ; 
;;/. Grace Mackenzie, Carron, Strathspey, 1889. Author: The Stu- 
dent, Edinburgh, 1887-89; gynecological and obstetric papers. Ad- 
dress: 166 Nethergate, Dundee, Scotland. 

BULLOCH, William; physician; b. Aberdeen, 1868; .?. of John Bul- 
loch; ed. Aberdeen Univ. (highest honors); Bacteriologist to the 
London Hosp. and Lecturer on Bacteriology and Pathology, London 
Hosp. Med. Coll.; Leipzig; Vienna; Paris; King's Coll., London. 
Late asst. prof, of Pathology, Univ. Coll., London; Bacteriologist, 
Lister Institute of Preventive Med. ; Examiner in the Univ. of Ox- 
ford and the Royal Coll. of Veterinary Surgs. ; Grocers' Co. Research 
Scholar in Preventive Med. Author: contributions on bacteriolog- 


ical subjects. Address: London Hospital, Mile End Road, London, 

BULSON, Albert Eugene, Jr.; physician; b. Chicago, 111., 1867; s. 
Albert Eugene Bulson and Sarah Abbott Bulson; ed. high sch. at 
Brodhead, Wis.; grad. B.S., from Michigan Agricultural Coll., 1888; 
M.D., Chicago Med. Coll. and Rush Med. Coll.; post-grad, study, 
Univ. of Mich., and the Post-Grad. Sch., Chicago. ; m. Eva Maud 
Jeu de Vine, Detroit, Mich., 1892. At present and for the past six 
years prof, of Ophthalmology in the Fort Wayne Coll. of Med.; 
formerly prof, of Laryngology and Rhinology in the same institution. 
Editor of the Fort Wayne Medical Journal-Magazine ; pres. the Fort 
Wayne Art Sch. Assn. (incorporated) ; ex-pres. of the Fort Wayne 
Med. Soc. ; ex-vice-pres. Am. Acad, of Ophthalmology and Oto- 
Laryngology ; treasurer of the Indiana State Med. Assn. ; sec. of the 
Council of the Indiana State Med. Assn. ; sec. of the Section on 
Ophthalmology, of the Am. Med. Assn.; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; 
Indiana State Med. Assn. ; Fort Wayne Med. Soc. ; Chicago Oph- 
thalmological Soc; Am. Acad, of Ophthal. and Oto-Laryngology, 
Northern Tri-State Med. Assn. Clubs: pres. Fortnightly Club (lit- 
erary) ; Sons of the Am. Revolution; Masonic. Author: various 
papers contributed to the med. journs. Residence: Fort Wayne, Ind. 

BULSTRODE, Herbert Timbrell; physician; b. Gatcombe Rectory, 
Isle of Wight ; s. of Rev. Canon Bulstrode of Stoke Rectory, Ipswich ; 
ed. King's Sch., Ely; Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge; St. Thomas's 
Hosp., London; M.A., M.D., B.C., Cantab., D.P.H.; Med. Inspector, 
H.M. Local Gov. Board; Lecturer on Preventive Med., Charing 
Cross Hosp. Med. Sch.; member of Mr. Chaplin's Depart- 
mental Committee on Food Preservatives; member of Faculty of 
Med. and Board of Studies of Hygiene, Univ. of London; exam- 
iner in Public Health, Royal Coll. of Surgs., England; Milroy Lec- 
turer (subject Tuberculosis) Royal Coll. of Phys., 1903; m. Beatrix 
Nunns of Wherstead Vicarage, Suffolk ; member of Council of Epi- 
demiological Soc. of Lond. ; corresponding member Societe de 
Medicine Publique et de Genie Sanitaire; late House Phys. St. 
Thomas's Hosp.; Hon. Sec. State Section British Congress on 
Tuberculosis, London, 1901. Author: Report to the Local Govern- 
ment Board on Oyster Culture in relation to Disease, presented to 
both Houses of Parliament, 1896; Reports to Local Government 
Board on Prevalence of Enteric Fever in City of Chichester, 1896; 
on the Sanitary Condition of the Borough of Windsor, 1900; and on 


outbreak of Enteric Fever and other illness which followed Mayoral 
banquets at Winchester and Southampton, 1902; contributions on 
medical subjects to med. journs. and Quain's Dictionary of Medicine. 
Address: Local Government Board, Whitehall, S. W. ; 4 The Man- 
sions, Earle's Court, S. W., London, Eng. 

BURGESS, Thomas Joseph; physician; b. Toronto, Ont., 1849; s - 
Thomas Burgess and Jane (Rigg) Burgess; ed. private schs., 1857- 
62; academic ed. Upper Canada Coll., Toronto, 1862-66; Toronto 
Univ., 1866-70; grad. Toronto Univ., taking gold and silver med. ; m. 
1872, Jessie Macpherson, Toronto, Ont. Supt. London and Hamil- 
ton Lunatic Asylums, 1878-90; Med. Supt. Protestant Hosp. for 
Insane, 1890; Lecturer on Mental Diseases, M'Gill Univ., 1893-99; 
prof. Mental Diseases, M'Gill Univ., 1899; mem. Canadian Inst.; 
hon. mem. Hamilton Library Assn. ; Fellow Am. Assn. Acad, of 
Sciences; F.R.S. of Canada, and pres. of Geological and Biological 
Socs., 1898; pres. Am. Medico-Psychological Assn., 1905. Author: 
numerous literary sketches for the Pen and Pencil Club of Mon- 
treal and various monographs and papers pub. in med. and lit- 
erary journs. Residence: Protestant Hosp. for Insane, Montreal, 
Que., Canada. 

BURNET, Robert William; physician; b. Chryston, Lanarkshire, 
185 1 ; s. of Rev. William Burnet; ed. privately; Gymnasium, Old 
Aberdeen; M.D. (Aberd.), F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; Univ. of Aberdeen; 
London Hosp. (graduated in honors, 1876, M.B., CM., and M.D. 
1878) ; m. Bessie Horsman Morley of Streatham ; senior phys. Great 
Northern Central Hosp. ; hon. phys. to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales ; 
appointed phys. to out-patients Great Northern Cent. Hosp, 1879; 
phys. to the London Life Assn., 1890; consulting phys. to the Royal 
Caledonian Asylum, and to the Royal Naval Victoria Fund. Author: 
Foods and Dietaries: a Manual of Clinical Dietetics, 3rd ed. ; and 
numerous papers on medical subjects. Address: 36 Grosvenor St., 
Grosvenor Square, W., London, Eng. 

BURNETT, Edwin Clark; physician; b. Mansfield, O., 1854; s. Dwight 
Burnett and Mary Bristol Burnett ; ed. com. schs. of Olney, 111. ; grad. 
St. Louis Med. Coll., 1883. Unmarried. Mem. Acad, of Science; 
ex-pres. Am. Assn. of Genito-Urinary Surgs. ; clinical prof. Genito- 
urinary Diseases, Med. Dept. Washington Univ., St. Louis. Clubs: 
University; St. Louis Country Club. Residence: University Club, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

BURNETT, Swan Moses; physician; b. New Market, East Tenn., 


1847; *• Dr. John Burnett and Lydia A. (Peck) Burnett; grad. Belle- 
vue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1870; began practice in Knoxville, Tenn. ; re- 
moved to Washington, 1876; prof. Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Germantown Univ. Med. Sch., since 1879; and in Washington Post- 
Grad. Med. Sch. ; pres. attending staff Central Dispensary and Emer- 
gency Hosp. ; mem. Washington Acad. Science, Philos. and An- 
thropol. Socs. Author: Treatise on Astigmatism ; and various papers 
on the diseases of the eye and ear. Clubs: Cosmos; Nat. Soc. Fine 
Arts. Residence: 916 Farragut Square, Washington, D. C. 

BURR, Charles W.; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1861 ; ed. Episcopal 
Acad, of Phila., 1871-79; grad. B.S., Univ. of Pa., 1883 ; M.D., 1886; 
prof, of Mental Diseases, Univ. of Pa., since 1901 ; ex-pres. Phila. 
Neurological and Pathological Socs. ; Fellow Coll. of Phys. He has 
written many articles on mental diseases for the med. press. Resi- 
dence: 132"/ Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

BURR, Colonel B.; physician; b. Lansing, Mich., 1856; s. Allen R. 
Burr and Catharine (Foote) Burr; ed. com. sch. Lansing, Mich.; 
grad. M.D., Coll. of Phys, and Surgs., N. Y., 1878; m. 1st, 1886, 
Ernestine Randall, Norwich, N. Y. (died, 1888) ; 2nd, 1890, Annette 
L. Wheeler, Chicago, 111. Specialist in insanity and mental diseases ; 
asst. phys. Eastern Mich. Asylum at Pontiac, 1878-85 ; asst. med. 
supt. 1885-89; med. supt., 1889-94; med. director Oak Grove Hosp. 
for nervous and mental diseases, at Flint, Mich., since 1894 ; sec. and 
treas. Am. Medico-Psychol. Assn., 1897-1904 ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; 
foreign asso. mem. Societe Medico-Psychologique, Paris. Author: 
Primer of Psychology and Mental Diseases, 1893 ; and a large num- 
ber of important papers, chiefly on the subject of mental diseases, 
contributed to the various med. journs. Club: Masonic. Residence: 
Flint, Mich. 

BUSCH, Frederick Carl; physician; b. Buffalo, N. Y., 1873; ^. Fred- 
erick Busch and Catherine (Layer) Busch ; ed. pub. sch. and high 
sch. of Buffalo till 1891 ; Cornell Univ., 1891-95 ; grad. B.S., Cornell, 
1895; M.D., Univ. of Buffalo, 1897; m. 1898, Edith M. Fletcher, 
Buffalo, N. Y. ; prof. Physiology. Univ. of Buffalo; mem. A.A.A.S; 
Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Physiol. Soc, etc. Clubs: University. Author: 
Laboratory Manual of Physiology, N. Y., 1905 ; he also revised 
Hicke's Handbook of Physiology, N. Y., 1904. Residence: 145 
Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

BYERS, John William; physician; b. Shanghai, China; s. of late Rev. 
John Byers and Margaret Morrow, Windsor Hill, Rathfriland; 


ed. Royal Academical Institution; Queen's Coll., Belfast; prof, 
of Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children, Queen's Coll., 
Belfast, since 1893 ; phys. for Diseases of Women to the Royal Vic- 
toria Hosp., Belfast; phys. to the Belfast Maternity Hosp; and con- 
sulting phys. to the Belfast Hosp. for Sick Children; examiner in 
Obstetric Med. to the Royal Univ. of Ireland; Senior Scholar 
in Natural Science and Senior Scholar in Medicine, Midwifery, and 
Med. Jurisprudence of Queen's Coll., Belfast; gold medallist and 
1st of 1st class honors at B.A. and M.A. degrees of Queen's Univ. of 
Ireland; honors at M.D., honorary M.A.O. (Master of Obstetrics) of 
Royal Univ. of Ireland. Studied in London and Dublin ; 1879, was 
appointed to the Children's Hosp., Belfast; in 1882 organized the 
department for Diseases of Women at the Royal Victoria Hosp. ; m. 
Fanny, d. of late James Reid, Belfast. Hon. pres. of International 
Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1896; vice-pres. Obstetrical 
Soc. of London, 1899-1901 ; pres. Ulster Med. Soc, 1893-94; pres. 
North of Ireland Branch of British Med. Assn., 1900-1901 ; pres. 
Belfast Branch of Irish Med. Assn., 1903-04; pres. Section of Ob- 
stetric Med. and Gynecology, British Med. Assn., Cheltenham, 1901 ; 
pres. Belfast Literary Soc, 1885-86; gov. of Campbell Coll., Belfast; 
member of Council of Brit. Med. Assn. Author: many papers on 
Gynecology and kindred subjects. Address: Dreenagh House, Lower 
Crescent, Belfast, Ireland. 

BYFORD, Henry T.; surgeon; b. Evansville, Ind., 1853; s. Dr. Wm. 
H. Byford and Mary Anne (Holland) Byford; grad. Chic. Med. Coll. 
(N. W. Univ.) ; M.D., 1873; studied in hosps. in London and Paris, 
1881-82; m. 1892, Lucy Richard Larned; prof, of gynecology and 
clinical gynecol., Med. Dept. Univ. of 111. ; surg. to Woman's Hosp. 
of Chic. ; consulting gynecol. to Michael-Reese and Provident, Chic. 
Lying-in and Mary Thompson Hosps. ; mem. International Congress 
of Gynecol. ; Am. Gynecol. Soc. ; Chic. Gynecol. Soc. ; Southern 
Surg, and Gynecol. Assn.; and Am. Med. Assn. Author: Manual 
of Gynecology, 1895; Diseases of Women (with the late Dr. Wm. 
H. Byford) ; joint author: Am. Text-Book of Gynecology; Keating 
and Co.'s Clinical and Gynecology; Kelly and Noble's Operative 
Gynecology ; and a large number of important papers contributed to 
the leading med. journs. upon gynecol. subjects. Club: Physicians'. 
Residence: 4636 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago. 111. 

BYRNES, W. J.; physician; b. Minn., 1859; grad. M.D. Univ. of 
Mich., 1882; post-grad. N. Y. Univ., 1885; prof. prin. surg. and 


clinical surg., Hamline Univ. Med. Dept. ; ex-Co. phys. and coroner 
Hennepin Co. ; ex-city phys. Minneapolis ; ex-pres. Henn. Co. Med. 
Soc. ; Supervising Med. Exam. Royal Arcanum, States Minn., N. 
Dak., S. Dak., Mont. Address: 207 Masonic Temple, Minneapolis, 

CALBREATH, John Franklin; physician; b. Weston, W. Va., 1854; 
^. John Calbreath and Nancy (Crist) Calbreath; acad. ed. Philomath 
Coll., Oregon; grad. Med. Dept., Univ. of Cal. ; post-grad, work, 
New York City; m. Irene Smith, Lafayette, Oregon; mem. Oregon 
State Med. Soc; supt. Oregon State Insane Hosp., 1890 to present 
time; served as State Senator, 1894-98. Residence: McMinnville, 

CALEY, H. A.; physician; s. of late Frederick Goodman Caley; ed. 
Univ. Coll. Sch. ; Univ. Coll., and St. Mary's Hosp., London ; Medal- 
list Practical Chemistry, Univ. Coll., 1885; Entrance Scholarship in 
Natural Science, St. Mary's, 1885 ; M.B., Univ., Lond. (1st class hon- 
ours Medicine, honours in Forensic and in Obstetric Medicine) 1891 ; 
M.D., Univ., Lond. (qualified for gold medal), 1892; dean of St. 
Mary's Hosp. Med. Sch. since 1899; phys. to Out-patients since 1896, 
and lecturer on Pharmacology and Therapeutics since 1897, St. 
Mary's Hosp.; mem. R. Coll. Phys., 1893; elected Fellow 1900; Ex- 
aminer in Practical Pharmacy, R. Coll. Phys. since 1901 ; Examiner 
in Medicine, Soc. of Apothecaries, 1903; vice-pres. Harveian Soc, 
1900-1902; Hon. Sec. Med. Soc. of London, 1902. Author: contri- 
butions to med. journs. Address: 24 Upper Berkeley St., Portman 
Square, London, Eng. 

CALVERT, James; B.A., B.Sc, M.D. (Lond.), F.R.C.P.; assistant 
physician; lecturer on Materia Medica, Pharmacology, and Thera- 
peutics ; formerly warden of the Coll. and Med. Sch., St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hosp. ; phys. to the Royal Hosp. for Diseases of the Chest. 
Author: various contributions to medical literature. Address: 113 
Harley St., London, Eng. 

CAMERON, Sir Charles; 1st Bt. ; cr. 1893 ; M.D., M.A., D.L., LL.D. ; 
J.P. and D.L. Glasgow; b. Dublin, 1841 ; .?. of John Cameron, Glas- 
gow and Dublin; ed. Madras Coll., St. Andrews; Trin. Coll., Dub- 
lin; Med. Schs., Paris, Berlin, and Vienna. 1st Senior Moderator and 


Gold Medallist, 1862; M.B. (1st place-man), and CM. (1st place- 
man), 1862; m. 1st, 1869. Frances Caroline Macauley, d. 1899; 
2nd, 1900, Blanche Perman. Edited X.B. Daily Mail, 1864-74; 
M.P. Glasgow, 1874-85; Coll. Div., Glasgow, 1885-95. Author: 
pamphlets on medical, social, and political subjects. Clubs: Reform, 
National Liberal, Automobile, Liberal, Glasgow. Address: Bal- 
clutha, Greenock, Ireland. 

CAMERON, Sir Charles Alexander; physician; cr. 1885; C.B. 1899; 
b. Dublin, 1830; s. of Capt. Ewen Cameron, Lochaber; cd. Dublin; 
Guernsey; Germany; m. Lucie Macnamara, 1862, (d. 1893) ; M.D., 
F.R.C.P.I., D.P.H. (Camb.), Ph.D.; ex-pres. and prof, of Hygiene 
and Chemistry, R.C.S.I. ; mem. of the Army Sanitary Committee ; 
Chief Med. Officer of Health and Public Analyst for Dublin. 
Author: Chemistry of Agriculture, 1857 ! Handy Book on Health, 
1870; Lectures on Public Health, 1868; Handy Book on Food and 
Diet, 1871 ; Manual of Hygiene, 1874; History of the Royal College 
of Surgeons, Ireland, and of Irish Medical Institutions, 1886; Ele- 
mentary Chemistry and Geology, 1896 and 1898. Clubs: Savage, 
London; Friendly Brothers', Dublin. Address: 51 Pembroke Road, 
Dublin, Ireland. 

CAMPBELL, Clarence Thomas; physician; b. London, Ont, 1843; s - 
Thomas Campbell and S. A. Campbell ; cd. com. schs. of London ; 
grad. Cleveland Homeo. Coll. 1865 ; post-grad. Pa. Homeo. Med. 
Coll., 1868; pres. Canadian Inst, of Homeopathy, 1891 ; pres. Coll. 
Phys. and Surgs., Ontario, 1893; Grand Sire, I. O. O. F., 1893-94; 
mayor of London, Ont., 1905. Residence: 327 Queen's Ave., Lon- 
don, Ont. 

CAMPBELL, Harry; physician; b. Margaretting ; s. of Hugh Camp- 
bell, Margaretting, Essex, and Henrietta Johnston, Dublin ; M.D., 
B.S. (London); M.R.C.S.; F.R.C.P. ; physician to the Northwest 
London Hosp., and the Hosp. for Diseases of the Nervous System, 
Welbeck Street ; Consulting Physician Railway Guards' Universal 
Friendly Sec. ; pres. Soc. for the Study of Inebriety ; in. Nora Lacy ; 
ed. Carshalton House, Carshalton, Neuwied am Rhein, St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hosp. Coll. Staff of North-West London Hosp., 1886; and 
of Welbeck Street Hosp., 1896; consulting physician. Author: The 
Physiology of Eyesight, 1885; The Causation of Disease, 1889; 
Flushing and Morbid Blushing, 1890; The Differences in the Nerv- 
ous Organization of Man and Woman, 189 1 ; Headache and other 
Morbid Cephalic Sensations, 1894; Respiratory Exercises in the 


Treatment of Disease, 1898. Address: 23 Wimpole St., Cavendish 
Square, London, Eng. 

CAMPBELL, Henry Johnstone; physician; b. London, 22 May 1859; 
j. of late Peter Campbell of Brackley, Erith, and Elizabeth Bourne ; 
ed. Univ. Coll. Sch. ; Univ. Coll. ; and Guy's Hosp. ; M.D., London; 
F.R.C.P., F.Z.S.; Senior Phys. Bradford Royal Infirmary; Lecturer 
and Examiner in Forensic Medicine, Leeds Univ. ; Examiner London 
and Liverpool Univs. ; m. Mary Sonnenschein ; entered Guy's Hosp. 
1882; Demonst. of Biology, 1889; Asst. Phys. East London Hosp. 
for Children, 1891 ; Demonst. of Physiology, Lecturer on Element- 
ary Biology, and Lecturer on Med. to the Nursing School (Guy's) ; 
Hunterian Prof, of Comp. Anat., Roy. Coll. of Surgs., 1892; Asst. 
Phys. City of London Hosp. for Dis. of the Chest, 1893 ; Phys. to the 
Bradford Roy. Infirmary, 1895 ; Lect. on Forensic Medicine, York- 
shire Coll., 1897; Med. Referee Workman's Compensation Act, 1899. 
Author: Elementary Biology; editor of translations of Migula's Bac- 
teriology and Hertwig's Cell; various articles upon infant feeding, 
diabetes, Addison's disease, heart disease, etc., in med. journs. and 
transactions of societies. Clubs: Savile ; Bradford ; Leeds. Address: 
Eldon Royd, Bradford, Yorkshire, Eng. 

CAMPBELL, James Alexander; oculist and aurist; b. Plattsville, 
Wis., 1847; s. Dr. James C. Campbell and Permelia C. (Oliver) 
Campbell ; ed. com. schs. and Acad, of St. Louis, Mo. ; grad. M.D., 
Homeo. Med. Coll. of Mo., 1889; post-grad, course St. Louis Univ.; 
also Berlin ; Vienna, 1872-73; m, 1880, Eva Burden, St. Louis, Mo.; 
prof. Ophthalmology and Otology, Plomeo. Med. Coll. of Mo., 30 
years; oculist and aurist, Good Samaritan Hosp. and Children's 
Hosp., 26 years ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Nat. Homeo. Ophthal- 
mological-Otological and Laryngological Assn. ; Mo. Inst, of Homeo. ; 
delegate for Am. Inst, of Homeo. and Western Acad, to French Nat. 
Homeo. Congress of 1878; hon. commr. to Vienna World's Fair, 
1873; etc. Clubs: Masonic; Legion of Honor; Royal Arcanum. 
Author: Helps to Hear, Chicago, 1881, and a great many articles on 
the eye, nose and throat, published in various med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 5097 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
CAMPBELL, James Tweedie; physician; b. Whitby, Ont., 1865; s. 
James Campbell and Rebecca (Tweedie) Campbell; ed. pub. and high 
schs. of Whitby ; grad. M.B., 1889, Toronto Univ. ; and Bellevue, N. 
Y.; 1890, R.C.S. of Eng.; unmarried: prof, of Laryngology and 
Rh'inology in the Post-Grad. Med. Sch. ; mem. British Med. Assn. ; 


Chicago Med. Soc. ; 111. State Med. Soc. ; and Laryngological Soc. 
of Chicago. Clubs: University. Author: various monographs on 
subjects relative to the ear, nose and throat. Residence: 466 Bowen 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

CANNON, Walter Bradford; physician (not in practice) ; b. Prairie 
du Chien, Wis., 1871 ; s. Colbert H. Cannon and Wilma (Denio) 
Cannon ; ed. com. schs. of Milwaukee and St. Paul, Minn. ; grad. 
Harvard Coll., A.B., 1896; Harvard Med. Sch., 1900; A.M., 1897; m - 
1901, Cornelia James, St. Paul, Minn.; Instr. in Zoology, Harvard 
Coll., 1899-1900; Instr. in Physiology, Harvard Med. Sch., 1900-02; 
Asst. Prof, of Physiology, 1902 ; mem. Mass. Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. 
Assn. ; Boston Soc. Med. Sciences ; Am. Physiol. Soc. ; Am. Assn. 
for Advancement of Science; Soc. for Experimental Biolog. Med., 
N. Y. City. Clubs: Twentieth Century. Author: many valuable 
papers contributed to various med. journs. Residence: 14 Avon 
PI., Cambridge, Mass. 

CANTLIE, James; surgeon; b. Keithmore, Dufftown, Banffshire, Scot- 
land, 1851 ; s. of Wm. Cantlie; ed. Milne's Institution, Fochabers, 
Morayshire; Aberdeen Univ.; Charing Cross Hosp., London; M.A. 
Aberdeen, Natural Science Honours; M.B., CM. Aberdeen, Hon- 
ours in Surg.; F.R.C.S. England; D.P.H. London; m. 1884, Mabel 
Brown; came to London to finish medical education, 1871 ; Demonst. 
of Anat. at Charing Cross Hosp., 1873-87 ; Asst. Surg., 1877 ; Surg., 
1887; Exam., Univ. of Aberdeen; Dean of Coll. of Med. for Chinese, 
1889-96; Fell. Roy. Coll. Institute; Hon. Sec, Royal Institute Public 
Health ; Plague Officer for London County Council ; Pres. Caledonian 
Soc, London, 1902-3; Hon. Lt.-Col. Commandant R.A.M.C. (Vols.) 
Maidstone Companies ; surg., Seamen's Hosp., Royal Albert Docks, 
and West End Hosp. for Paralysis; Lecturer on Applied Anatomy, 
Charing Cross Hosp. ; Lecturer on Surgery, London Sch., Trop, 
Med. ; founder and co-editor of Journal of Tropical Medicine. 
Author: Naked Eye Anatomy, Ulcers, Veins, etc., Quain's Diction- 
ary; Ligature of Arteries, etc., Heath's Dictionary; Gunshot Injuries, 
etc., Treves' Surgery ; author of Beri-beri ; articles on tropical sur- 
gery and disease. Address: 46 Devonshire St., Portland Place, Lon- 
don, Eng. 

CARLETON, Burr G.; physician; b. Whitefield, N. H., 1856; s. 
Ebenezer Carleton and Lucia M. Carlcton; ed. com. schs. of White- 
field, N. H., and Littleton, N. H., high sch., 1870-73 ; grad. M. D., 
N. Y. Homeo. Med. Coll., 1876; post-grad, course, Univ. of N. Y., 


1876-77. Was resident phys. of Ward's Island Homeo. Med. Hosp., 
1876-77; adjt. prof, of anatomy, N. Y. Homeo. Med. Coll., 1879-82; 
;;/. 1903, Clarice E. Carleton, N. Y. City; prof, of Genito-Urinary 
Surg., N. Y. Homeo. Med. Coll. and Hosp.; consulting Genito- 
Urinary surg. to Hahnemann Hosp., N. Y. City; visiting Genito- 
Urinary surg. to Flower Hosp. ; consulting Genito-Urinary surg. to 
Outdoor Dept., Flower Hosp.; pres., N. Y. Homeo. Med. Soc, 1904; 
mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo.; N. Y. State Med. Soc; Inter-State 
Med. Soc. ; Nat. Soc. of Electro-therapeutics ; Surg, and Gynecolog- 
ical Soc; Acad, of Pathol, of Science; etc. Clubs: Union League, 
N. Y. City ; Unanimous ; Clinical ; Meisson ; Helmuth ; Phi Alpha 
Gamma. Author: Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases, New York, 
1895; Medical and Surgical Diseases of Kidney; Uropaetic Diseases, 
New York, 1898; Disorders of the Sexual Organs of Men, New 
York, 1898; Symptomatic Index of the Materia Medica in Urological 
Diseases, New York, 1903 ; Urological and Venereal Diseases, Phila., 
1905, and papers contributed to the leading med. journs. Residence: 
75 W. 50th St., N. Y. City. 

CARLETON, Edmund; physician; b. Littleton. N. H., 1839; s. Ed- 
mund Carleton and Mary Kilburn (Coffin) Carleton; grad. N. Y. 
Homeo. Med. Coll., 1871 ; m. 1873, Mary Emma Potter, Oneida, 
N. Y. Consulting surg. Metropolitan Hosp., Blackwell's Island; 
consulting surg. Hahnemann Hosp. ; former prof, of surg. N. Y. 
Med. Coll. and Hosp. for Women ; prof, of Homeo. Philosophy 
with its Clinical Application, N. Y. Homeo. Med. Coll. and Hosp. ; 
mem. Homeo. Med. Soc. of the county of N. Y. ; International 
Hahnemannian Assn.; hon. mem. Cen. N. Y. Homeo. Med. Soc, 
etc. Residence: 71 W. 50th St., N. Y. City. 

CARMALT, William Henry; physician; b. Friendsville, Pa., 1836; 
s. of Caleb Carmalt and Sarah (Price) Carmalt; ed. Friendsville, 
West Chester, Pa., and Alexandria, Va. ; (Hon. A. M., Yale, 1881) ; 
grad. M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., N. Y., 1861 ; m. 1863, Laura 
Woolsey Johnson, Stratford, Conn.; studied in Germany, 1869-74; 
prof. surg. Yale L T niv. ; attending surg. New Haven Hosp. ; mem. 
Am. Surg. Assn. ; Am. Ophthalmological Soc. ; Am. Otological Soc. ; 
Sec. Congress of Am. Phys. and Surgs. ; ex-pres. Conn. State Med. 
Soc, etc. Clubs: Am. Assn. for Advance't of Science; Nat. Geog. 
Soc. ; Conn. Civil Service Assn. ; Century Club of N. Y. ; Graduates' 
Club of New Haven. Author: numerous articles on minor surg. 


subjs., monographs and addresses. Residence: 87 Elm St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

CARPENTER, George; physician; b. 1859; s. John William Carpen- 
ter, M.D., and Mary Butler, New Shoreham, Sussex, Eng. ; ed. 
King's Coll. Sch. ; St. Thomas's and Guv's Hosps. ; (London) 
M.R.C.P. ; Phys. Evelina Hosp. for Sick Children, and Phys. to 
Out-Patients, N. E. Hosp. for Children, London ; Hon. Sec. Soc. 
for Study of Diseases of Children. Author: Congenital Affections 
of the Heart ; Syphilis of Children ; Golden Rules for Diseases of 
Children ; editor of The British Journal of Children's Diseases ; 
Pediatrics, an Anglo-American Journ. devoted to the diseases of 
children. Address: 12 Welbeck St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

CARR, J. Walter; physician ; b. 1862; s. of John Carr, J. P., London; 
ed. Univ. Coll. Sch., Coll., and Hosp., London; M.D., F.R.C.P. 
(Lond.) ; phys. to Royal Free Hosp., and to Victoria Hosp. for 
Children, Chelsea ; joint Lecturer on Medicine, London Sch. of Med- 
icine for Women ; Fellow of Royal Medical and Chirurgical Soc. 
of London; m. 1895, Jessie Griffith, Streatham Hill, Eng. Author: 
(joint) The Practitioner's Guide; numerous papers and articles on 
medical subjects, chiefly on diseases of children. Address: 19 Caven- 
dish Place, London, Eng. 

CARTER, Alfred Henry; physician; Prof, of Med., Birmingham 
Univ. ; senior phys., Queen's Hosp., Birmingham, Eng. Author: 
Elements of Practical Medicine, 8th ed., 1891 ; Text-Book of Phys- 
ical Exercises for Elementary Schs., 1896. Address: 61 Newhall St., 
Birmingham, Eng. 

CARTER, William; physician; LL.B., B.Sc, F.R.C.P., prof, of Mat. 
Med. and Therap., Liverpool LTniv. ; hon. phys. Liverpool Royal 
Southern Hosp. ; cons, phys., Liverpool Eye and Ear Infirmary ; and 
Home for Epileptics, Maghull. Author: Clinical Reports on Renal 
and Urinary Diseases; Uraemia, 1888. Address: 80 Rodney St., 
Liverpool, Eng. 

CAUTLEY, Edmund; physician; .y. of late Henry Cautley, Bramley, 
Leeds ; ed. Charterhouse ; King's Coll., Cambridge ; m. Evelyn Grace 
Willes; M.D., F.R.C.P.; phys. to Belgrave Hosp. for Children; phys. 
to Metropolitan Hosp. Author: The Feeding of Infants ; numerous 
med. papers. Address: 15 Upper Brook St., London, Eng.; Burton 
Pidsea, Holderness, Eng. 

CAYLEY, William; physician; cons. phys. Middlesex Hosp.; North- 
Eastern Hosp. for Children ; London* Fever Hosp. ; ed. King's Coll., 


M.D., F.R.C.P. ; London; Vienna. Author: Croonian Lectures on 
Typhoid Fever; editor of 3rd edition of Murchison on Continued 
Fever. Address: 120 Queen's Road, Richmond, Surrey, Eng. 

CECIL, John G.; physician; b. Monticello, Ky., 1855; s. Russell Howe 
Cecil and Lucy (Phillips) Cecil; academic cd. Princeton Coll., 1876; 
grad. Hosp. Coll. of Med., Louisville, Ky., 1879; B.S., Princeton; 
m. 1882, Elizabeth Robinson, Louisville, Ky. ; prof, of obstetrics, Ky. 
Sch. of Med., and chair of practice of med., Louisville Med. Coll. ; 
at present prof, of Mat. Med., Med. Therapeutics and Hygiene, 
Univ. of Louisville; mem. Jefferson Co. Med. Soc. ; Ky. State Med. 
Assn.; Am. Med. Assn. Clubs: Pendennis. Author: various papers 
contributed to the med. journs. Residence: 1537 4th Ave., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

CHADWICK, James Read; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1844; s. of 
Christopher C. Chadwick and Louisa (Read) Chadwick; grad. 
Harvard Med. Sch., 1871 ; studied in Europe; specialist in gyne- 
cology; m. 1871, Catherine Maria Lyman, Boston, Mass.; mem. Am. 
Gynecol. Soc, sec. 1875-82, pres. 1897; librarian Boston Med. Li- 
brary since 1875 ; pres. Mass. Cremation Soc. since 1893 ; pres. Med. 
Librarians Assn., 1893-1905; pres. Harvard Med. Alumni Assn., 
1891-94; vice-pres. Graduate Mag. Assn., 1898-1905. Author: 
Translations from the German, Winckel's Pathology of Childbed, 
1875, and various papers on Med. Libraries, Cremation, Abdominal 
Surgery, etc. Clubs: St. Botolph; Colonial Soc. of Massachusetts. 
Residence: 270 Clarendon St., Boston, Mass. 

CHAMBERS, Harry Leslie; physician; b. near Lacygne, Kan., 1869; 
s. Rev. Joel R. Chambers and Harriet (Rowland) Chambers; ed. 
pub. schs. of Kan. ; academic course Lane Univ., 1887-93; grad. B.S., 
Lane Univ., 1893; M.D., Kan. City Med. Coll., 1895; M.S., Lane 
Univ., 1896; m. 1895, Maggie B. Lewis, Lecompton, Kan. Lecturer 
on chem., Lane Univ., 1895-96; on hygiene, 1896-99; special lec- 
turer on general medicine, Med. Sch. Univ. of Kan., 1905 ; mem. 
Douglas Co. Med. Soc. ; Kan. State Med. Soc. ; pres. Douglas Co. 
Med. Soc, 1904. Residence: Lecompton, Kansas. 

CHAMBLISS, Edward L.; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1870; s. 
Jos. E. Chambliss, D.D., and Laviece (Gwin) Chambliss; ed. 
com. schs. of Kansas City, Mo., 1875-81 ; Eufaula, Union Springs, 
and Birmingham, Ala., 1881-87; acad. ed. Ala. Polytechnic Inst., 
1887-88; grad. Kansas City Med. Coll., 1894; course N. Y. Poly- 
clinic, 1901 ; m. 1893, Thyrza Eaton, Kan. City, Mo. Formerly 


prof, practice of med., Woman's Med. Coll., and prof, physiology, 
Kan. City Med. Coll.; Internal Med., Med. Dept. Univ. of Kan. 
In charge of practice of med. (clinical), Out-Door Dept., St. Jo- 
seph's Hosp. ; and prof, practice of med., St. Joseph's Training Sch. 
for Nurses; same, Women's and Children's Hosp.; mem. Kan. City 
Acad, of Med. ; and ex-sec. Jackson Co. Med. Soc. ; Mo. State 
Med. Soc; Am. Med. Assn.; K. of P. and P. B. O. Elks. Resi- 
dence: 2404 Lydia Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

CHAMPNEYS, Francis Henry; physician; b. 1848; s. of Wm. 
Weldon Champneys, Dean of Lichfield ; obstetric phys. to St. 
Bartholomew's Hosp.; ed. Winchester, (Scholar); Brazenose Coll., 
Oxford; M.A., M.D., (Oxon.), F.R.C.P.; Radcliffe Traveling Fel- 
low; m. 1876, Virginia Julian Dalrymple. Formerly obstetric phys. 
to St. George's Hosp. Author: various writings on obstetric medi- 
cine, etc.; also in Stainer's Medical Dictionary. Club: Athenaeum. 
Address: 42 Upper Brook St., London, Eng. 

CHANCELLOR, Eustathius; physician; b. Chancellorsville, Va., 
1854; s. Dr. James Edgar Chancellor and Josephine D. (Anderson) 
Chancellor; ed. Miss Brand's Sch., 1862-66; Jones and Abbott High 
Sch., 1867-70, both at Charlottesville, Va. ; Locust Dale Acad., 
Rapidan, Va., 1870-72; Univ. of Va., 1872-74 (Acad. Dept. and 
Civil Eng'g.) ; Boeck Sch. of Languages, 1871 ; grad. Univ. of Va., 
1874. (Acad.) ; Univ. of Va., 1876, (Med.) ; post-grad. Univ. of 
Md.; M.D., Sch. of Med., 1877, St. Louis Univ.; A.M., 1885. 
Unmarried. Phi Gamma Delta, 1874; prosector chr. of Anat, Univ. 
of Md., Med. Sch., 1878; Clinical Asst. Univ. Hosp., Baltimore, 
1878; prof. Cutaneous and Venereal Diseases, Beaumont Hosp. Med. 
Coll., 1885-90; Lt. Col. and Med. Director N. G., Mo., 1891-97. 
Delegate Pan Am. Congress, Washington, 1893, and City of Mex- 
ico, 1896. Clubs: Masonic; Athletic. Practice limited to skin and 
Genito-Urinary Diseases. Author: many able papers published in 
various med. journs. Residence: Missouri Athletic Club, St. Louis, 

CHAPIN, Henry Dwight; physician; b. Steubenville, O., 1857; s. of 
Henry Barton Chapin, D.D., Ph.D., and Harriet A. Chapin; ed. 
Chapin Collegiate Sch., N. Y. ; grad. Princeton Univ., 1877; M.A., 
1886; M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y., 1881. Unmarried; prof, 
of diseases of children, Woman's Med. Coll. of the N. Y. Infirmary, 
1886-90, and at the Univ. of Vt., 1895 ; holds now this professorship 
at the N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp. ; attending phys., 


Willard Parker and Riverside Hosps. ; consulting phys. to the Ran- 
dall's Island Hosp. ; mem. N. Y. Acad, of Med. ; Am. Pediatric Soc. 
Author: Theory and Practice of Infant Feeding, etc., New York, 
1902, and many articles written for the med. journs., has also written 
on social topics for periodicals. Clubs: Century ; Sons of Revolution ; 
Soc. of Colonial Wars. Residence: 51 W. 51st St., N. Y. City. 

CHARLES, Prof. John James; physician; b. Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, 
Dec. 13, 1845; s. of late David H. Charles, M.D., J.P. ; prof, of 
Anat. and Physiology, Queen's Coll., Cork, since 1875 ; Fellow and 
examiner in Physiology, Roy. Univ.; M.A., M.D., 1865; D.Sc, Hon. 
Causa, 1882, Queen's (now Royal) Univ., Ireland; F.R.S.E. ; ed. 
Queen's Coll., Belfast (Scholar) ; gained doub. first hon. and took 
two gold medals at B.A. ; same at M.A. at the Queen's Univ. ; Univ. 
Coll., London; Edinburgh Univ.; Paris; Bonn; and Berlin; m. 1st, 
1873, Harriett M. Godfrey; 2nd, 1880, Georgina E. Smith. Pres. 
of the Section of Anat. and Physiol., Brit. Med. Assn., 1899; 
Demons, of (and Lecturer on) Anat., Queen's Coll., Belfast, 1869-75 ; 
ex-Assistant Lecturer on Nat. Hist., Edinburgh Univ. Author: 
many papers in med. journs. Address: Queen's Coll. and 1 Alex- 
andra Place, Cork; The Crescent, Portstewart, Co. Derry, Ireland. 

CHASE, Ira Carleton; physician; b. Oberlin, O., 1868; s. Rev. Ed- 
ward R. Chase and M. (Dayton) Chase; ed. com. schs., Flint, Mich., 
to 1885; High Sch., Acad, and Coll., Oberlin, O., 1885-91; grad. 
A.B., Oberlin Coll., 1901 ; A.M., 1897; M.D., N. Y. Univ. and 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1899. Unmarried. Formerly eight 
years prof, of chemistry, Fort Worth Univ. ; seven years prof, of 
chemistry and toxicology, Med. Dept. Fort Worth Univ.; prof, of 
Anat. and sec. of the Faculty, Med. Dept. Fort Worth Univ.; sec. 
State Med. Assn. of Texas and editor-in-chief of the Texas State 
Journal of Med.; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Assn. for the Ad- 
vanc't of Science; Texas State Med. Assn.; North Texas Med. 
Assn., etc. Author: A Laboratory Manual of Medical Chemistry, 
1897; O. P. The Chemical Examination of the Gastric Contents, Fort 
Worth, 1891. Residence: 612 Lamar St., Fort Worth, Texas. 

CHASSAIGNAC, Charles Louis; physician; b. New Orleans, La., 
1862; j. of Eugene Chassaignac (native of France) and Elvira 
(Porche) Chassaignac; ed. Cen. High Sch., and St. Aloysius Acad., 
New Orleans, La. ; grad. M.D., Univ. of La., 1883 ; Interne Charity 
Hosp., N. O., 1881-83 ; m, 1899, Jennie Morris, New Orleans, La., 
(died, 1904); ex-pres. Orleans Parish Med. Soc; Charity Hosp. 


Alumni Assn. ; La. State Med. Soc. ; pres. N. O. Polyclinic and 
prof, of Genito-urinary and rectal diseases; editor New Orleans 
Med. and Surg. Journ. Clubs: Boston ; Louisiana ; Tulane Alumni ; 
Prison Reform, etc. Author: Yellow Fever (trans, from the 
French), numerous monographs and contributions to leading med. 
journs. Residence: 133 1 First St., New Orleans, La. 

CHEADLE, Walter Butler; physician; b. Colne, Lancashire, 1835; 
s. of Rev. James Cheadle, Vicar of Bingley, Yorks ; senior phys. to 
St. Mary's Hosp., and lee. on Clin. Med., St. Mary's Med. Sch. ; 
cons. phys. to the Hosp. for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, 
London, Eng. ; ed. Grammar Sch., Bingley, Yorks ; Caius Coll., Cam- 
bridge; Scholar, M.A., M.D. ; m. 1st, 1866, Anne Murgatroyd; 2nd, 
1892, Emily Mansel, inspector of Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute 
for Nurses. Phys. to St. Mary's Hosp. and the Hosp. for Sick 
Children; F.R.C.P., 1870; Lumleian Lecturer there, 1900; late 
exam, in Med., Univ. of Cambridge, Univ. of Durham, and Conjoint 
Board of Coll. of Phys. and Coll. of Surgs. Author: The Lumleian 
Lectures; various other medical publications. Clubs: Athenaeum, 
National Liberal, Flyfishers', Colonial Institute. Address: 19 Port- 
man St., Portman Square, London, Eng. 

CHIENE, John; physician; C.B., 1900; prof, of Surg., Edinburgh 
Univ., since 1882; LL.D., M.D., F.R.C.S., F.R.S. (Edin.) ; ed. Edin- 
burgh; Paris. Late pres. R. Med. Soc. and Coll. of Surgs., Edin- 
burgh; late cons. surg. to H.M.'s Forces in South Africa; mem. R. 
Med. and Surg. Soc, Edin. ; Hon. Fellow Surg. Assn., America, 
Paris, and Finland. Author: Lectures on Surgical Anatomy, 1878; 
Principles of Surgery, 1882. Address: 26 Charlotte Square, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

CLARK, John Goodrich; physician; b. Wayne Co., Ind., 1867; .?. of 
Thomas E. Clark and Nancy (Goodrich) Clark; ed. pub. schs., 
Earlham Coll. and Ohio Wesleyan Univ. ; grad. Med. Dept. Univ. 
of Pa., 1 89 1 ; post-grad, work Johns Hopkins, and Univs. of Leip- 
zig and Prague. Formerly assoc. in gynecol., Johns Hopkins Univ. ; 
prof, of gynecol., Univ. of Penna. ; mem. Coll. of Phys. of Phila. ; 
Am. Med. Assn. ; m. 1903, Anna Mohr, Phila., Pa. Clubs: Univer- 
sity, Merion, Cricket Club. Author: various papers contributed to 
med. journs. Residence: 218 So. 15th St., Phila., Pa. 

CLARKE, John Henry; physician; b. 1852; s. of late Henry Clarke 
of Lincoln ; cons. phys. to London Homeo. Hosp. ; lect. on Mat. 
Med. for the British Homeo. Assn. ; ed. Lincoln Grammar Sch. 


(Scholar) ; Edinburgh Univ.; grad. M.B., CM., 1875; M.D., 1877; 
m. 1887, Helen Synyer, Birmingham. At Liverpool Homeo. Dispen- 
saries, 1876; senior resident med. officer, London Homeo. Hosp., 
1877; practiced, Ipswich, 1877-80; London since 1880. Editor: 
Homeo. World, since 1885. Author: Physiological Cruelty, and 
many articles against Vivisection ; books and pamphlets on med. 
subjs. ; Diet, of Mat. Med.; Lect. on Homeopathy, etc. Club: Royal 
Societies. Address: 8 Bolton St., Piccadilly W., London; Crossways, 
Walcot, Norwich, Eng. 

CLELAND, John; physician; b. Perth, 1835; ed. High Sch. and 
Univ. of Edinburgh; M.D., L.R.C.S.E., LL.D. (St. Andrews and 
Edinburgh), D.Sc, F.R.S. ; Regius Prof, of Anatomy, Glasgow 
Univ., since 1877 ; m. d. of late Dr. Balfour, prof, of Botany, Edin- 
burgh, 1888. Prof, of Anat. and Phys., Queen's Coll. Galway, 
1863-77. Author: numerous memories, anatomical and other; The 
Mechanism of the Gubernaculum, 1856; Animal Physiology, 1874; 
Directory for Dissection, 1876; essays; joint-editor of the 7th ed. of 
Quain's Anatomy, 1867; joint-author of Memoirs and Memoranda 
in Anat., 1889, and of Cleland and Mackay's Hum. Anat., 1896. 
Address: 2 The University, Glasgow, Scotland. 

CLEMENTS, Harvey J.; physician ; b. Wilmington, Ind., 1868 ; .s. John 
N. Clements and Lizzie B. Clements ; cd. Moore's Hill Coll. ; B.S., 
1888; M.S., 1892; grad. M.D., Med. Coll., New Orleans Univ., 
1892; m. 1900, Ethel Campbell, New Orleans, La.; dean, Flint Med. 
Coll., 1899-1905 ; phys. in charge, Sarah Goodridge Hosp., 1899-1905. 
Residence: Converse, Ind. 

CLEMOW, Frank Gerard; physician; ed. Royal Institution Sch., Liv- 
erpool ; Edinburgh Univ. ; Paris. Late med. officer to the British 
Seamen's Hosp., Cronstadt ; was for a year and a quarter on special 
plague duty in India; F.R.G.S., M.D., Edinburgh; D.P.H., Cam- 
bridge; phys. to the Brit. Emb., Constantinople; del. for G. Brit, to 
the Ottoman Board of Health ; mem. of the Anglo-Russian Lit. 
Soc. ; Fellow of the Roy. Inst, of Pub. Health ; Russian Nat. Health 
Soc. ; Brit. Del. and Plenip. Intern. Sanitary Conf., Paris, 1903 ; 
for sec. (for Russia) Epidemiological Soc. of London. Author: 
The Geography of Disease, 1903 ; The Cholera Epidemic of 1892 
in the Russian Empire, 1893 ; The Medicinal Waters and Muds of 
Russia, 1897; Medicine Past and Present in Russia, 1897; Des 
Formes Cliniques de la Peste, 1900, etc. Clubs: Savile; Constanti- 
nople. Address: British Embassy, Constantinople, Turkey. 


CLEVELAND, George Henry; physician; b. Adrian, Mich., 1862; 
s. Charles Monroe Cleveland and Susan Amanda Cleveland ; ed. com. 
schs. of Adrian, Mich.; grad. Med. Dept. Univ. of Mich., 1882; 
m. 1882, Jane Ann Jolly, Ann Arbor, Mich. ; mem. Chicago Patho- 
logical Soc, Therapeutic Club of Chicago; founder of Practition- 
ers' Club; founder of The Clinical Review and Cleveland Press, (a 
med. publishing house). Residence: 951 W. Harrison St., Chicago, 

CLOUSTON, Thomas Smith; physician superintendent, Royal Asy- 
lum, Morningside, Edinburgh; lecturer on Mental Diseases, Univ., 
Edinburgh; b. Orkney, April 22, 1840; y. s. of Robert Clouston of 
Nist House, Orkney; m. Harriet Segur, d. of William Storer of 
New Haven, Conn., U. S. A. ; ed. Aberdeen, Edinburgh Univs. ; grad. 
M.D., Edin., 1861 ; mem. ex-pres. Med. Psych. Assn. ; ex-pres. 
Medico-Chirurg. Soc, Edinburgh ; ex-medical superintendent Cum- 
berland and Westmoreland Asylum and editor of Journ. of Ment. 
Sci. ; pres. Roy. Coll. of Phys., Edinburgh, 1902-1903. Author: 
Clin. Lect. on Ment. Dis. (6 editions) ; The Neuroses of Develop- 
ment ; An Asylum or Hosp. House, with Plans ; various contributions 
to Journ. Ment. Sci., Brit. Med. Journ., Edinburgh Med. Journ., 
Amer. Journ. Ment. Sci., etc. Club: University, Edinburgh. Ad- 
dress: Tipperlin House, Edinburgh; Holodyke, Orkney. 

COAN, Titus Munson; physician; b. Hilo, Hawaiian Islands, 1836; 
s. of the eminent missionary, Titus Coan and Fidilia (Church) 
Coan; ed. Royal Sch., Honolulu; grad. A.B., A.M., Williams Coll., 
1859; M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y. City, 1861. Unmarried. 
Interne, Bellevue and Blackwell's Island Hosps., 1861-62; acting 
asst. surg. U. S. A., 1863 ; acting asst. surg. U. S. N., 1863-65 ; 
founded N. Y. Bureau of Revision and Criticism for Author's Manu- 
scripts. Author: Ounces of Prevention, New York, 1885; Ha- 
waiian Ethnography, 1899; The Climate of Hawaii, (in Cohen's 
Physiologic Therapeutics), 1901 ; A Geographical Dictionary, in the 
International Dictionary, 1892; A Dictionary of Proper Names, in 
the Standard Dictionary, New York, 1895, etc. Clubs: Century; 
Authors'; Loyal Legion; Deutscher Liederkranz; Am. Copyright 
League. Residence: 70 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 

COBB, Joseph Petie; homeopath, physician; b. Abington, Mass., 1857; 
s. of Edward W. Cobb and Elmina Cobb; ed. pub. schs. Abington, 
Mass., and Waltham, New Church Sch. ; grad. A.B., Harvard Univ., 
1879; M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chic, 1883; m. 1882, Edith H. 


Persons, Milwaukee, Wis.; senior prof. Pediatrics, Hahnemann 
Med. Coll.; and clinical prof, of Diseases in Children, Hahnemann 
Hosp., Chic. ; mem. Int. of Homeo. ; Homeo. Med. Soc. of 111. ; An- 
tituberculosis Soc. of 111. ; ex-pres. Am. Inst, of Homeo. Residence: 
254 E. 47th St., Chicago, 111. 

COCKING, William Tusting; physician; b. 1862; s. of late Tusting 
Johnson Cocking; ed. Univ. Coll., London; M. R. C. S. (Eng.) ; 
phys., Sheffield Roy. Infirmary ; dean of the Med. Faculty and prof, 
of Mat. Med. and Therap., Univ. Coll., Sheffield ; hon. sec. Sheffield 
Medico-Chirurgical Soc; M.D., London Univ. (qualified for gold 
medal) ; late house phys., sen. obstetric asst. and house surg., Univ. 
Coll. Hosp., London; late house phys. Brompton Hosp. for Con- 
sumption and Diseases of the Chest; m. 1899, Alice Mary Birks. 
Author: contributions to med. journs. Club: Sheffield. Address: 
305 Glossop Road, Sheffield, England. 

COLBY, Edward P.; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1839; s. Dr. Enoch 
L. Colby and Sarah Maria (Porter) Colby; ed. com. schs. and Clare- 
mont Acad., Claremont, N. H. ; grad. M.D., Long Island Coll. Hosp. ; 
m. 1861, Annie S. Judson, So. Walden, Mass.; A. A. surg. U. S. 
N. ; prof. Boston Univ. Sch. of Med. ; cons, board, Westboro Hosp. 
for Insane, etc. Residence: 845 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

COLEMAN, Thomas Davies; physician; b. Augusta, Ga., 1865; s. 
Dr. John Scott Coleman and Carolina Wyatt (Starke) Coleman; 
ed. Richmond Acad., Augusta, Ga. ; A.B., Ky. Univ., 1885; grad. 
M.D., Med. Dept. Univ. of the City of N. Y., 1890; Hon. A.M., 
Ky. Univ., 1903 ; m. 1890, Annie Lee Adams, Lexington, Ky. ; asst. in 
physiology, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1887-88 ; asst. in physiology, Med. 
Dept. Univ. of City of N. Y., 1889-90; prof, physiology, 1893-95; 
prof.. Physiology and Pathology, 1895-1901 ; prof. Principles and 
Practice of Med., Med. Dept. Univ. of Ga., since 1901 ; mem. Am. 
Med. Assn.; Am. Climatological Assn.; Med. Assn. of Ga. ; Nat. 
Assn. for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis; Am. Social 
Science Assn., etc. Author: of valuable articles contributed to Am. 
System of Med.; and Reference Handbook of the Med. Sciences. 
Residence: 503 Greene St., Augusta, Ga. 

COLLIER, William; physician; b. 1856; y. s. of late Henry Collier, 
Stapleford; ed. Sherborne Sch.; grad. Jesus Coll., Camb. (M.A.) ; 
M.D. ; F.R.C.P., Lond. ; hon. phys. to Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford; 
Litchfield lect. in Clin. Med., Univ. Ox. ; pres. of Brit. Med. Assn., 
1904. Author: Hydrophobia, a Review of Pasteur's Treatment; 


Comparative Insensitiveness of Animals to Pain; The Effects of 
Severe Muscular Exertion in Young Adolescents, etc. Address: St. 
Mary's Entry, Oxford, England. 

COLLINGRIDGE, William; physician; b. Islington, 1854; s. of W. 
H. Collingridge, City Press; ed. Clewer House, Windsor; Christ's 
Coll., Cambridge; St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; M.A., M.D., LL.M.; 
Cambridge, M.R.C.S., F.C.S., etc.; Med. Officer of Health, City 
of London ; m. E. F. Barnett. Examiner in State Med., Univ. of 
Camb. ; formerly exam., State Med., London Univ. ; Milroy Lecturer 
Royal Coll. of Phys., 1897; v °l- surg. in Servian Army, Turko-Ser- 
vian War, 1875 ; Med. Officer of Health, Port of London, 1880-1901 ; 
Delegate Univ. of Camb. at Intern. Cong, of Hygiene, Paris, 1900; 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England. 
Author: Haemorrhage in Typhoid Fever; Scurvy in Mercantile Ma- 
rine ; Water and Filtration ; Quarantine in England ; Plague Pre- 
vention; Sanitary Reports, Port of London; Health Reports, City 
of London. Club: City Carlton. Address: Richmond, Surrey, Eng. 

COLLINS, Howard Dennis; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1868; s. of 
George Collins and Anna M. (Taft) Collins; ed. Peekskill Mil. 
Acad, and Rogers high sch., Newport, R. I., grad. A.B., Yale 
Univ., 1890; M.D., Columbia, 1893; Interne. Surg. Staff, Roosevelt 
Hosp.; asst. Demonstrator of Anat., Columbia, 1895-1904; m. 1895, 
Helen Gawtry, N. Y. City; mem. N. Y. Acad. Med. Clubs: Union 
and Univ. of N. Y. Author: Text-book of Physiology, Phila., 1892 ; 
chapter on Surg. Technics, Warren's International Text-book of 
Surg.; and monographs to various med. journs. Residence: 50 W. 
55th St., N. Y. City. 

CONDON, Albert Paul; physician; b. Indianapolis, Ind., 1868; s. 
Thomas Wall Condon and Mary Condon; ed. Perry, la., high sch. 
and St. Joseph's Coll., Teutopolis, 111. ; grad. Chic. Dental Coll., 1892; 
Rush Med. Coll., 1900; post-grad, work, one year, Univ. of Prague 
and one year in Univ. of Paris ; unmarried ; prof, of Surg., Creighton 
Med. Coll. ; prof, of General and Oral Surg, in Creighton Dental 
Coll. ; chief surg. to Mercy Hosp. ; surg. to St. Joseph's Hosp. ; 
mem. Douglas Co. Med. Soc. ; Nebraska Med. Soc. ; Mo. Valley Med. 
Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. Author: many papers published in the 
various med. journs. Residence: 224 No. 25th St., Omaha, Neb. 

CONKLIN, William Judkins; physician; b. Sidney, O., 1844; ^. Dr. 
H. S. Conklin ; ed. pub. schs., Sidney; grad. A.B., Wesleyan Univ., 
Delaware, O., 18C6; M.D., Ohio Med. Coll., 1868; m. 1875, Fannie 


Beckel, Dayton, O. ; phys. to Dayton Hosp. for Insane, 1869-71 ; 
prof. Physiology and afterwards of the Diseases of Children. He 
has been a member of the staff of St. Elizabeth and the Miami 
Valley Hosps. since their organization. Has written extensively 
for the med. journs. and has contributed articles to several of the 
modern systems of Med., notably to World's Handbook of the Med. 
Sciences. Residence: Dayton, O. 

CONNELL, Joseph B.; physician; b. Jacksonville, 111., 1856; s. Jo- 
seph Connell and Margaret Connell ; ed. com. schs. of Jacksonville ; 
grad. B.S., Univ. of Mich., 1876; B.C.L., 1878; M.D., Kan. City 
Med. Coll., 1887; m. 1888, Carrie McVey, Topeka, Kan. Has held 
chairs as prof, of Hygiene, Physiology, Materia Medica, Therapeu- 
tics, Clinical Med., Dermatology, and Genito-Urinary Diseases ; now 
prof, of diseases of the skin, Med. Dept. Kan. Univ. ; was mem. of the 
111. bar, 1878-85 ; and while practicing law at Jacksonville and Wa- 
verly was twice elected city attorney of Waverly and revised and 
drafted full and complete city ordinances. Residence: 2208 Troost 
Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

COOPER, Charles Nelson; physician; b. New Brighton, Pa., 1861 ; s. 
William Alonzo Cooper and Sarah Jane Cooper ; ed. com. schs. of 
Parkersburg, W. Va., 1870-78; < Univ. of W. Va., 1878-82; grad. 
Hahnemann Med. Coll. of Phila., 1885 ; m. 1885, Lizzie H. McCombs, 
Lancaster, Pa. ; house phys., Home of Friendless and Foundlings, 
Cincinnati, 1890-96; prof. Mat. Med. and Pharmacology, Pulte Med. 
Coll. of Cinn., since 1896; mem. Cinn. Homeo. Med. Soc. ; Miami 
Valley Homeo. Med. Soc; etc. Residence: 706 McMillier St., Wal- 
nut Hills, Cincinnati, O. 

COPEMAN, Sydney Monckton; physician; s. of late Rev. Canon 
Copeman of Norwich ; m. Ethel Margaret Boord of Wakehurst Place, 
Sussex. Med. Inspector H.M. Local Gov. Board ; mem. of Coun- 
cil, Epidemiological Soc. ; mem. of Board of Studies in Hygiene, 
Univ. of London ; Lecturer on Public Health, Westminster Hosp. ; 
late Examiner in Public Health, Royal Coll. of Surgs., England; 
Milroy Lecturer, Royal Coll. of Phys., London ; Research Scholar 
and Special Commissioner, British Med. Assn. ; Buchanan Gold Med- 
allist, Royal Soc. of London, 1902; Cameron Prizeman, Univ. of 
Edinburgh, 1899; Fothergillian Gold Medallist, Med. Soc. of Lon- 
don, 1899; ed. King Edward VI. Sch., Norwich; Corpus Christi Coll., 
Cambridge (Scholar, Exhibitioner, and Prizeman) ; St. Thomas' 
Hosp., London; F.R.S., 1903; M.A.; M.D. Cantab.; F.R.C.P. Lond. 


Author: Vaccination, its Natural History and Pathology (Milroy 
Lectures, 1898) ; numerous reports dealing with public health and 
contr. to med. sci. treatises, and to the Proceedings or Transac- 
tions of the Royal and other learned and scientific societies. Club: 
Savile. Address: Local Government Board, Whitehall, 57 Redcliffe 
Gardens, London, S. W., Eng. 

CORBY, Henry; physician; ed. Queen's Coll., Cork; M.D. ; prof, of 
Midwifery, Queen's Coll., Cork ; mem. Brit. Med. Assn. ; surg. South- 
ern Infirmary and County Hosp. Author: Some Experiences of a 
House Surgeon ; Healthy Homes ; Industry and Ability ; Technical 
Education. Address: 19 St. Patrick's Place, Cork, Ireland. 

CORLETT, William Thomas; physician; b. Orange, O., 1854; s. of 
William Corlett and Ann (Avery) Corlett; ed. Chagrin Falls high 
sch., and Oberlin Coll., 1870-73; grad. Med. Dept., Wooster Univ., 
1877; apptd. demonstrator of anatomy at Wooster Univ., but resigned 
to study in Europe. L.R.C.P. Royal Coll. Phys., London, Eng., 
1881 ; Western Reserve Univ., M.D. ad eundem, 1882; m. 1895, 
Amanda Marie Leisy, Rheinpfalz, Germany; prof, dermatology and 
genito-urinary diseases, Wooster Univ., 1883-85 ; since 1885, prof, 
of dermatology and syphilology, Western Reserve Univ.; mem. nth 
Internat. Med. Congress, Rome, 1894; Am. Dermatological Soc. of 
Great Britain and Ireland ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Cleveland Acad, of 
Med., etc. Clubs: Union, University, l'Alliance Francaise de Cleve- 
land. Author: Treatise on the Acute Infectious Exanthemata, Phila., 
1901 ; The Scaly Diseases of the Skin in Morrow's System of Der- 
matology and Syphilology, New York, 1893 ; The Vegetable Para- 
sitic Diseases of the Skin (Am. Text-Book of Genito-Urinary Dis- 
eases, etc.), Phila., 1898; Pellagra, Purpura and Pompholyx in 
Reference Hand-Book of Medical Sciences, New York, 1903 ; and 
numerous addresses, papers, and reviews on dermatological subjects 
published in American and foreign med. journs. Residence: 553 
Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O. 

CORSON, Eugene Rollin; physician; b. Washington, D. C, 1855; s. 
Prof. Hiram Corson, M.A., LL.D., Litt. D. and Caroline (Rollin) 
Corson; ed. St. John's Coll.; grad, B.S., Cornell Univ., 1875; M.D., 
Hahnemann Med. Coll. of Phila., 1877; Southern Med. Coll., Atlanta, 
Ga., 1894; post-grad, Univ. of Vienna, July-Sept. 1877; m. 1894, 
Cora Wirt Baker, N. O., La. ; lecturer anat. in training sch. for 
nurses, Savannah Hosp. and Telfair Hosp. for Women ; mem. Assn. 
Am. Anatomists; Electro-Therap. Assn.; Med. Assn. of Ga. ; Ga. 


Med Soc. Author: The Future of the Colored Race in the U. S. 
(Wilder Quarter Century Book, 1893) ; numerous papers on anatom- 
ical, surgical and general medical subjects, including several articles 
on the X-Ray, contributed to the leading med. journs. Residence: 
11 Jones St., East Savannah, Ga. 
COX, Alfred; physician; b. Middlesbro', 1866; s. of T. B. Cox; ed. 
Albert Road Sch., Darlington; grad. Univ. of Durham; M.B., B.S., 
gen. prac. since 1891 ; m. Florence A. Chessman. Has taken promi- 
nent part in med. politics and med. organization, writing and speak- 
ing; Hon. Sec. of North of Eng. Branch of the Brit. Med. Assn.; 
mem. of both committees specially appointed to reorganize the Assn. ; 
Town Councillor. Author: Medical Organization in the North 
(pamphlet), reproduced from Medical Magazine, and many articles 
on medical politics. Address: Cotfield House, Gateshead, Eng. 

CRAFTS, Leo Melville; physician; b. Minneapolis, Minn., 1863; .?. 
Maj. Amasa Crafts and Mary J. (Henry) Crafts; ed. com. schs. of 
Minneapolis; grad. B.L., Univ. of Minn., 1886; M.D., Harvard Med. 
Sch., 1890; Boston City Hosp., 1889-91 ; m. 1901, Amelia I. Burgess, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; prof, women's diseases, Med. Dept. Hamlin 
Univ., since 1893 ; Dean of the Faculty, 1897 to 1903 ; visiting Nom- 
ologist City Hosp., Asbury Methodist, St. Barnabas, and Swedish 
Hosps., Minneapolis. Clubs: Minneapolis Commercial ; Native Sons 
of Minnesota; Sons of the Am. Revolution, etc. Author: many 
monographs and other papers contributed to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 610 Fifth St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

CRAIG, Joseph Davis; physician; b. Albany, N. Y., 1856; 5. Wm. H. 
Craig, M.D., and Ruth E. (Davis) Craig; acad, ed, Albany Boys' 
Acad.; grad. 1875; Albany Med. Coll., 1884; A.B., Univ. Coll., 
Schenectady, N. Y., 1880; A.M., 1883. Unmarried; prof, anat, 
Albany, 1902; visiting phys., Albany Hosp., 1894; Health Officer, 
Albany, since 1900; mem. Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Am. Acad, of 
Med., etc. Author: has contributed to the med. journs. Clubs: 
Fort Orange ; Unconditional. Residence: 12 Ten Broeck St., Albany, 

N. Y. 

CRAIK, Robert; physician; b. Montreal, April 22, 1829; s. of late 
Robert Craik, Edinburgh, and Jean Dickson, Lauderdale, Scotland; 
ed. Bruce's Pub. Sch.; M'Gill Univ. Double first in medicine, 
1854; LL.D., 1895; mem. of Royal Institution for Advancement 
of Learning, 'and gov. of M'Gill Univ., Montreal; grad. in med., 
1854; m. 1856, Alice Symmers, Dublin (d. 1874) ; house surg., Gen. 


Hosp., 1854-60; demonstrator in charge, Prac. Anat., M'Gill Univ., 
1856-60; prof. Clin. Surg., 1860-67; prof. Chem., 1867-79; registrar, 
1869-77; treasurer, 1875-1901 ; Dean of Faculty of Med. and prof, 
of Hygiene and Public Health, 1889-1901 ; gov. and vice-pres. Pro- 
vincial Med. Board ; government mem. Provincial Board of Health ; 
gov., con. phys., mem. of Managing Committee, General Hosp. ; gov., 
con. phys., sen. mem. of Med. Board, Roy. Victoria Hosp. ; gov. Vic. 
Order of Nurses ; ex-pres. Medico-Chirurgical Soc, etc. Author: 
Nature of Morbid Poisons and Germ Theory of Disease, 1854; 
Strychnia in Cholera, 1854; Papers on Purpura and Tetanus, 1855; 
Hyoscyamus Poisoning, 1858; Antisepsis in successful Ovariotomies 
and Compound Joint Injuries, 1869-71; Medical Education, 1890; 
History of Medical Faculty, 1895 ; Hospital and District Nursing, 
1897, etc - Clubs: Mount Royal, St. James' Hunt. Address: Prince 
of Wales Terrace, 887 Sherbrooke St., Montreal ; Craikstone Farm, 
Petite Cote, Montreal. 

CREIGHTON, Charles; physician; b. Peterhead, 1847; s - °f Alexander 
Creighton ; ed. The Gymnasium, Old Aberdeen ; Aberdeen Univ. 
(M.A., 1867). Studied med. at Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Vienna, and 
Berlin ; occupied with research on cancer for Med. Dept. L.G.B. four 
years ; thereafter demonstrator of Anatomy at Cambridge for five 
years (M.A. King's Coll.) ; since 1881 has resided in London, occu- 
pied in pathology, epidemiology, and microscopic anat. Author: 
Physiology and Pathology of the Breast ; New Researches on Can- 
cers, etc., of the Breast ; Bovine Tuberculosis in Man ; Natural His- 
tory of Cowpox ; Jenner and Vaccination ; History of Epidemics in 
Britain ; Microscopic Researches on Glycogen, two parts. Address: 
34 Great Ormond St., London, W. C, Eng. 

CROCKER, Henry Raddiffe; physician; M.D. Lond. 1875, M.B., B.S. 
1874; F.R.C.P. Lond. 1887, L. 1874; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1873; late pres. 
Dermatological Soc. Gt. Brit. ; hon. mem. of the American, French, 
Austrian, German, and Italian Dermatological Socs. ; phys. Skin 
Dept. Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; late phys. East London Hosp. for Chil- 
dren ; Lettsomian Lecturer, 1903; resident med. officer (formerly 
Obst. Asst. and Phys. Asst.) Univ. Coll. Hosp.; Clin. Asst. Bromp. 
Consump. Hosp.; resident med. officer Charing Cross Hosp. Author: 
A Treatise on Diseases of the Skin (3rd ed., 1903) ; An Atlas of Dis- 
eases of the Skin, 1893-96; Lettsomian Lectures on Inflammations of 
the Skin, 1904 ; Arts, on Psoriasis, Drug Eruptions, Ouain's Diction- 
ary of Medicine, 2nd ed. ; Leprosy, Fungous Disease of India, Guinea 


Worm, Erythema, Purpura, Ichthyosis, etc., Heath's Dictionary of 
Surgery ; Psoriasis and other Squamous Eruptions, and Phlegmonous 
and Ulcerative Eruptions, 20th Century of Medicine ; Diseases of the 
Hair, Allbutt's System of Medicine; contrib. to Brit. Med. Journ. 
1886-87, etc - Clubs: Constitutional. Address: 121 Harley St., 
London, W. ; Brantridge, Bourne End, Bucks, England. 

CROFTON, Alfred Qireno; physician; b. New York City, 1871 ; ed. 
Gymnasium of Berlin, and Univs. Berlin and Bonn ; grad. Coll. Phys. 
and Surgs. Chicago ; post-grad. Univ. of Pa. ; m. 1900, Elizabeth 
Hubbard, Pasadena, Cal. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Miss. Vail. Med. 
Assn. ; 111. State Med. Assn., etc. Author: Clinical Urinology, New 
York, 1904, and many valuable contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: 
University, Chicago. Residence: 4545 Oakenwald Ave., New York 

CROOM, Sir Halliday; physician; Kt., cr. 1902; b. Sanquhar, Dum- 
fries, 1847; s - °f R ev - D. M. Croom of Lauriston Place U. P. Church, 
Edinburgh; F.R.C.S.; F.R.C.P.; F.R.S.E.; pres. of the Royal Coll. 
of Surgs., Edinburgh ; late pres. British Gynecological Soc. ; Hon. 
Fell. Am. Soc. of Gynecologists, and Soc. Gynecologie, Belgium ; ed. 
Royal High Sch., Edinburgh ; Univ. of Edinburgh ; afterwards stud- 
ied in London and Paris; grad. M.B., CM., 1868; M.D., 1882; m. 
1875, Anna Isabella Walker; several years asst. to prof, of Gynecol- 
ogy and Obstetrics in the Univ. of Edinburgh ; been lecturer in Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology in the Edinburgh Sch. of Med. since 1878; 
cons. phys. and a director of the Royal Maternity Hosp., Edinburgh ; 
cons. Gynecologist, Royal Infirmary; prior to 1901 in charge of 
Gynecological wards at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; is a Fel- 
low, and has twice been pres. of the Edinburgh Obstetrical Soc. 
Author: Minor Gynecological Operations and Appliances, 2nd edi- 
tion, 1883; The Bladder during Parturition, 1883; Collection of 
Clin. Papers, 1901 ; numerous contribs. to sci. and med. journs. Clubs: 
Royal Societies. Address: 25 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

CROSKEY, John Welsh; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1858; s. 
Henry Croskey and Ann (Dunnohew) Croskey; ed. private schs., 
1868-73; Swarthmore Coll., 1885; grad. Medico-Chirurgical Coll., 
1889; m. 1880, Elizabeth Estes Browning, Camden, N. J., prof, of 
Ophthalmology, Laryngology and Otology, Temple Coll.; Ophth- 
almic Surg, to Phila. and Samaritan Hosps. ; consulting Ophthalm- 
ologist to Prince of Peace Hosp., and to the George Nugent Home 
for Baptists; mem. Am. Acad, of Ophthalmology and Oto-laryng- 


ology Medico-Chirurgical Soc. ; Samaritan Soc. Clubs: Medical ; 
Masonic; Historical Soc; St. George Soc; Photographic; Genea- 
logical Soc. of Pa.; Navy League of U. S. Residence: 3325 Powel- 
ton Ave., Phila., Pa. 

CROSSEN, Harry Sturgeon; physician; b. Appanoose Co., Iowa, 
1869; s. James Crossen and Affinity Crossen; acad. ed. Siloam 
Springs, Ark. ; grad. M.D., Mt. Washington Univ. of St. Louis ; m. 
1895, Mary Frances Wright, Oberlin, O. ; clinical prof, of Gynecol., 
Wash. Univ. ; Gynecologist, Wash. Univ. Hosp., etc. ; supt. and surg. 
in charge, St. Louis Female Hosp., 1895-99. Author: numerous 
papers, mostly on diseases of women, contributed to med. journs. 
Residence: 4477 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo. 

CROTHERS, Thomas Davidson; physician; b. W. Charlton, N. Y., 
1842; s. of Robert Crothers and Harriet E. Crothers; ed. Fort Ed- 
ward Inst., N. Y.; grad. Albany Med. Coll., 1865; m. 1872, Mrs. 
Sarah P. Risedorph, Albany, N. Y. ; asst. phys., N. Y. Inebriate 
Asylum, Binghamton, N. Y., 1875-78; supt. Walnut Hill Asylum, 
Hartford, Conn., 1878-80; prof, mental and nervous diseases, N. Y. 
Sch. of Clinical Med.; editor Journal of Inebriety since 1876; mem. 
British Med. Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; hon. mem. Paris and Belgium 
Socs. of Mental Med. ; English Soc for the Study of Inebriety ; etc 
Author: Medico-Legal Relations of Inebriety, New York, 1899 ; Dis- 
eases of Inebriety, New York, 1893 ; Morphinism and other Drug 
Diseases, Phila., 1902; Drug Habits and Their Treatment, Chicago, 
1902 ; and numerous monographs and lectures published in the lead- 
ing med. journs. of the country. Dr. Crothers delivered the first 
lecture in the Norman Kerr Memorial Lectureship at London, Eng., 
1905. Residence: Plartford, Conn. 

CROWLEY, Charles F.; physician; b. Detroit, Mich., 1869; s. John J. 
Crowley and Delphine Van Damme Crowley; grad. A.B., Detroit 
Coll., 1887; Ph - C - Univ. of Mich., 1889; M.D., Creighton Med. 
Coll.; M.A., Detroit Coll.; m. 1897, Marie E. Blay, Detroit, Mich.; 
mem. A.A.A.S. ; prof. Chem. and Toxicology, Creighton Med. Coll. ; 
chemist to Omaha board of health. Clubs: Detroit Yacht Club. 
Author: various papers on chemistry. Residence: 3315 Burt St., 
Omaha, Neb. 

CRUMBACKER, W. P.; physician; b. Wheeling, W. Va., 1857; s - 
J. Hubbs Crumbacker and Hannah (Pollock) Crumbacker; ed. com. 
schs. of Washington and Antrim, O. ; acad. course, Hastings Acad., 
Phila., 1877-78; grad. Med. Coll. of Ohio, 1882; post-grad, work N. 


Y. City, 1892; Edinburgh, Scotland; and Dublin, Ireland, 1897; asst. 
phys., Athens (Ohio), State Hosp., 1884-89; supt., 1890-92; supt. 
W. Va. Hosp. for Insane, 1893-97; supt. Iowa State Hosp. since 
1902 ; mem. Am. Medico-Psychological Assn. ; Am. Congress Phys. 
and Surgs., etc. Residence: State Hosp., Independence, Iowa. 

CULBERTSON, James Coe; physician; b. Miami Co., O., 1840; s. of 
William Culbertson and Mary Ann Culbertson; ed. Monroe Acad, 
and Jefferson, West Pa.; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1865; m. 
1888, Sophia B. Braun ; editor and publisher Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic 
since 1873 ; ed. Journ. Am. Med. Assn., 1891-93 ; prof, principles and 
practice of med., Cinn. Coll. Med. and Surg, since 1893. Author: 
Luke, the Beloved Physician, Cincinnati, 1899. Residence: 519 W. 
Seventh St., Cincinnati, O. 

CULLINGWORTH, Charles James; physician; b. Leeds, 1841 ; ed. 
Wesley Coll., Sheffield, 1853-57; Leeds Sch. of Med., 1861-65; m. 
1882, Emily Mary Freeman ; D.C.L. (Hon.) Durham; LL.D. (Hon.) 
Aberdeen; F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S.; Fellow, late pres. of the Obstet. Soc. 
of London; hon. pres. of the Glasgow Obstet. and Gynecol. Soc; 
cons. Obstet. Phys. to St. Thomas' Hosp.; lect. on Med. Jurisp., 
1879-85, and prof, of Obstet. and Gynecol., 1885-88, at Owens Coll., 
Manchester; on staff of St. Mary's Hosp., Manchester, 1873-88; 
senior Obstet. Phys. at St. Thomas' Hosp., London, 1888-1904; 
examiner, Univ. of London, 1890-95 ; Univ. of Cambridge, 1896- 
1900, etc. ; Bradshaw lect., Roy. Coll. of Phys., 1902 ; Ingleby lect., 
Univ. of Birmingham, 1904. Author: Puerperal Fever, a Prevent- 
able Disease ; Charles White, a Great Provincial Surgeon and Obstet- 
rician of the 18th Century; article on Pelvic Inflammation in Allbutt 
and Playfair's System of Gynecology, and other papers on medical 
subjects. Address: 14 Manchester Square, London, W., Eng. 

CUNNINGHAM, Daniel John; physician; b. Crieff, April 15, 1850; 
s. of John Cunningham, D.D., LL.D., St. Andrews ; ed. Crieff Acad. ; 
Edin. Univ.; grad. M.B., Edin., 1874; M.D., 1876; m. Elizabeth 
Cumming Brown, Beith, Ayrshire; prof, of Anatomy in the Univ. 
of Edinburgh since 1903 ; D.C.L. Oxon., LL.D., St. Andrews and 
Glasgow, F.R.S. ; demonstrator of Anatomy in the Univ. of Edin- 
burgh, 1876-1882; prof, of Anat., R. C. S., Ireland, 1882; at Dublin 
Univ., 1883-1903; examiner on Anat. in the Univs. of Edin., Lond., 
Camb., Oxford, and Victoria ; now examiner for H.M. Services ; is 
pres. of the Roy. Zool. Soc. of Ireland and of the Roy. Dublin Soc. ; 
mem. of the South African Hosp. Commission, Vice-Regal Com- 


mission, Inland Fisheries of Ireland. Author: Manual of Pract. 
Anat. ; Monograph on The Marsupials (Challenger Reports) ; Two 
Cunningham Memoirs in the Royal Irish Academy; The Micro- 
cephalic Brain; The Anatomy of Hernia (with Professor E. H. Ben- 
nett), and many other monographs; is joint-editor of The Journal 
of Anatomy and Physiology. Clubs; Constitutional ; University, 
Dublin; University, Edinburgh. Address: 18 Grosvenor Crescent, 
and University, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

CUSHING, Ernest Watson; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1848; s. 
Thomas Cushing and Elizabeth Adelaide (Baldwin) Cushing; ed. 
Channey Hall sch., Boston; grad. A.B., Harvard, 1867; post-grad. 
M.D., Columbia Coll., N. Y., 1871 ; LL.D., Tufts Coll., 1897; m. 
1873, Maria M. Ralenofsky, Vienna; mem. Amer. Gynecol. Soc. ; 
Mass. Med. Soc. Author: Diseases of Women, (trans.) 1887, 
contribs. to med. journs. Editor: Annals of Gynecology. Residence: 
168 Newberry St., Boston, Mass. 

CUTLER, Condict Walker; physician; b. Morristown, N. J., 1859; 
j. of Augustus W. Cutler and Julia R. Cutler; acad. ed. Rutgers 
Coll., 1879; grad. M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs. (Columbia), 1882; 
m. 1884, Cora Carpenter, New York; prof. Univ. of Vt., 1892-95; 
instr. Post-Grad. Hosp. ; phys.-in-chief, N. Y. Dispensary, 1888-1902; 
mem. N. Y. Acad. Med.; N. Y. County Med. Soc; Soc. of the 
Alumni of Bellevue Hosp. Clubs: Hosp. Graduates ; N. Y. Athletic. 
Author: Essentials of Physics and Chemistry, New York, 1888; 
Differential Medical Diagnosis, New York, 1889; Differential Diag- 
nosis of the Diseases of the Skin, New York, 1892 ; lectures on 
Dermatology, New York, 1893, and various papers contributed to 
the N. Y. Med. Journ. Residence: 135 W. 76th St., N. Y. City. 


DAKIN, William Radford; physician; b. Congleton, Cheshire, i860; 
s. of John Dakin, J. P., and Eliza Radford of Irlam, Cheshire; ed. 
Grammar School, Macclesfield; Guy's Hosp.; grad. M.D., B.S., Lon- 
don Univ. ; m. Sylvia Concanen Lewis, 1892 ; Fellow Roy. Coll. Phys. ; 
House Phys. and Obstet. Resident, Guy's Hosp., 1882-83 ; phys. to 
the Roy. Hosp. for Children and Women, 1885-91 ; Obstet. Phys. 
to Great Northern Hosp., 1887-91 ; elected to St. George's Hosp., 
1891 ; pres. of St. George's Hunterian Soc. ; Obstet. Phys. and Lect. 


on Midwifery and Diseases of Women to St. George's Hosp. ; phys. 
to the General Lying-in Hosp. ; examiner in Obstet. Med., Roy. Coll. 
Phys., 1893-97; exam. Univ. of Oxford, Roy. Coll. Surgs. ; vice-pres. 
Obstet. Soc. of London. Publications: A Handbook of Midwifery; 
various papers on Obstetric subjects. Clubs: Conservative, Fly 
Fisher's. Address: 8 Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, London, 
W., Eng. 

DALTON, Norman; physician; prof, of Pathological Anatomy, King's 
Coll., London ; Phys. and Pathological Registrar, King's Coll. Hosp. 
Author: Aids to Medicine. Address: 4 Mansfield St., London, W., 

DANIEL, Ferdinand Eugene; physician; b. Emporia, Va., 1839; s - 
R. W. J. Daniel and Hester Jordon (Adams) Daniel; ed. com. 
schs. of Vicksburg and Jackson, Miss. ; grad. New Orleans Sch. of 
Med., 1862; m. (third time) 1903, Josie Draper, Austin, Tex.; surg. 
C. S. A., 1862; prof, of Anat., Tex. Med. Coll., 1867-69; pres. 
State Med. Assn., 1904; pres. Am. Internat. Congress Tuberculosis, 
1905-06; ed. and pub. Texas Medical Journal, 1885-1905. Author: 
Recollections of a Rebel Surgeon, Chic, 1901 ; The Strange Case of 
Dr. Bruno (just ready for the press) ; also many papers to the med. 
journs. Address: Austin, Texas. 

DAVENPORT, Francis Henry; physician; b. Roxbury, Mass., 1851 ; 
s. of Henry Davenport and Caroline (Howe) Davenport; ed. Rox- 
bury Latin Sch.; grad. Williams Coll., 1870; M.D., Harvard Med. 
Sch., 1874; m. 1879, Elizabeth A. Brewster; asst. prof. Gynecol, in 
Harvard Med. Sch. since 1895; mem. Mass. Med. Soc; Am. 
Gynecol. Soc; Boston Obstet. Soc Clubs: Tavern (Boston), 
Country (Brookline). Author: Diseases of Women, Phila., 1889, 
and numerous Gynecol, articles in various med. journs. Residence: 
Brookline, Mass. 

DAVIS, Charles Henry Stanley; physician; b. Goshen, Conn., 1840; 
s. of Dr. Timothy Fisher Davis and Moriva (Hatch) Davis; grad. 
M.D., N. Y. Univ. Med. Sch., 1865; student Hosps. of N. Y., 
Boston, Paris and London; m. 1872, Caroline Elizabeth Harris, 
Meriden, Conn.; mayor of Meriden, 1887-88; mem. Gen. Assembly, 
Conn., 1873-85-86; Conn. Med. Soc; Am. Oriental Soc; Am. 
Philological Soc. ; Soc. of Biblical Archaeology of London ; Societe 
d' Anthropologic of Paris ; Asso. mem. of the Victoria Inst., and 
Philosophical Soc. of Great Britain; Royal Archaeological Inst, of 
Great Britain, etc; well known Egyptologist. Author: History of 


Wallingford and Meriden, 1872; Education of Feeble-Minded Chil- 
dren, New York, 1878; The Voice on a Musical Instrument, Bos- 
ton, 1879; Grammar of the Old Persian Language, 1889; History 
of Ancient Egypt, Meriden, 1890; The Egyptian Book of the Dead, 
New York, 1898; Greek and Roman Stoicism, Boston, 1903; How 
to be Successful as a Physician, Meriden, 1904; Self-Cure of Con- 
sumption, New York, 1905. Editor of Biblia, Journal of Oriental 
Archaeology since 1887. Residence: 60 Pleasant St., Meriden, Conn. 

DAVIS, James Albert; physician; b. Millville, O., 1866; s. W. B. 
Davis and C. M. Davis ; ed. com. schs. of Millville, O. ; Normal 
Sch., Dayton, O. ; grad. Pulte Med. Coll., 1893; m. 1st, 1890, Alice 
B. Clawson, Okeana, O., died, 1898; 2nd, 1901, Cora A. Rich, Cov- 
ington, Ky. ; prof, and demonstrator of Anat. since 1896; lecturer 
Orthopedics, Pulte Med. Coll. since 1901 ; lecturer to Nurses and 
Attending Phys., Bethesda Hosp., Cinn. ; jail phys., Covington, Ky., 
1904-06. Residence: 723 Madison Ave., Covington, Ky. 

DAVISON, Charles; surgeon; b. Illinois, 1858; s. Peter Davison and 
Martha (Whedon) Davison; ed. Barrington, 111., pub. schs. and 
Wauconda Acad. ; grad. Northwestern Univ. Med. Sch., 1883 ; m. 
1887, Mary L. Kidd, Chic, 111.; prof. Surg, and Clinical Surg., 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Chic. ; prof, of Surg, of Chic. Clinical 
Sch. ; prof. Clinical Surgery, Dearborn Med. Coll. ; attending surg. 
to Cook Co. Hosp., 1894 to date; West Side Hosp., 1896 to date; 
Samaritan Hosp., 1903 to date; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; 111. State 
Med. Soc; Chic. Med. Soc; Miss. Valley Med. Soc. ; Chic. Surg. 
Soc, etc.; trustee of Univ. of 111. Clubs: Illinois; Westward Ho Golf. 
Residence: 955 Jackson Boul., Chicago, 111. 

DAVY, Richard; physician; F.R.C.S. Eng., F.R.S.E.; b. 1838; 2nd 
.?. of John Croote Davy, of Chulmleigh, Devon, and Elizabeth Sweet, 
of Burstone House; ed. Univ. of Edinburgh (M.B., 1862); m. 
Edith Cutcliffe, of Coombe House, Witheridge, Devon ; practised for 
30 years as a cons. surg. in London ; cons. surg. to the Westminster 
Hosp. Author: Surgical Lectures, 1880. Address: Burstone House, 
Bow, North Devon, Eng. 

DAWES, Spencer Lyman; physician; b. Saugerties, N. Y., 1864; s. 
Thomas S. Dawes and Elizabeth (Russell) Dawes; ed. pub. schs. 
and Shortledge Media Acad. ; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1887; 
m. 1892, Alice Tanner; adjunct prof. Materia Medica, Albany Med. 
Coll. ; mem. Ulster Co. Med. Soc. ; Albany Co. Med. Soc. ; Med. Soc. 
State of N. Y., etc. Clubs: Albany Country Club; Polo Club; 


Journal Club; Doctor's Whist Club. Residence: 255 State St., 
Albany, N. Y. 

DEARDORFF, Albert G.; physician; b. Oakland, Ore., 1854; s. W. 
H. DeardorrI and Georgiana (Heart) Deardorff; ed. com. schs. of 
Douglas Co., Ore., and Wilbur, Ore., branch of Willamette Univ. ; 
grad. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Keokuk, la., 1882 ; m. 1900, Julia 
Allen MacLennan, Reno, Nev. ; asso. and cons. phys. and surg. to 
Buena Vista Sanitarium of San Francisco; prof. Genito-Urinary 
Surg., Cal. Med. Coll. ; ex-pres. Fresno Co. Med. Soc. ; San Fran- 
cisco Soc. Phys. and Surgs. Residence: 710 Jones St., Oakland, Cal. 

DE LEE, Joseph Bolivar; physician; b. Cold Springs, N. Y., 1869; 
s. Morris De Lee and Dora (Tobias) De Lee; ed. pub. schs. of 
New Haven and N. Y. ; acad. ed. Coll. City of N. Y. and Chic; 
grad. Northwestern Univ. Med. Sch., 1891 ; unmarried; prof. 
Obstetrics, Northwestern Univ. Med. Sch.; attending Obstetrician, 
Mercy, Wesley, Provident and Chic. Lying-in Hosps. ; cons. 
Obstetrician to the Cook Co. Hosp., etc.; founder Chic. Lying-in 
Hosp. and Dispensary; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Chic. Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc. ; Chic. Gynecol. Soc ; Miss. Valley Med. Assn. 
Author: Obstetrics for Nurses, Phila., 1904; Year Book of Obstet- 
rics, 1904-05, and many papers contributed to the med. journs. 
Residence: 3632 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

DELATOUR, Henry Beeckman; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1866; s. 
Albert J. Delatour and Josephine (Labatut) Delatour; ed. Flush- 
ing Inst, and pub. schs. of N. Y. ; acad. ed. Coll. City of N. Y. ; 
grad. Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y., 1887; m. 1895, Jeannie May 
Peck, Brooklyn, N. Y.; asst. attending surg., Methodist Hosp., 
Brooklyn, 1889-96; attending surg., St. John's Hosp. and Long 
Island Coll. Hosp., 1896; consult, surg., St. Mary's Hosp., Jamaica, 
1903; clinical prof. Surgery, Long Island Coll. Hosp.; mem. N. 
Y. Acad. Med.; N. Y. State Med. Soc; King's Co. Med. Soc; 
Brooklyn Surg. Soc. ; Brooklyn Path. Soc. ; Assn. Phys. and Surgs., 
Long Island; M. E. Hosp. Alumni. Clubs: Montauk; Crescent 
Athletic. Has contributed many papers to surgical and med. journs. 
Residence: 73 Eighth Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

DENISON, Charles; physician; b. Royalton, Vt, 1845; s. of Joseph 
A. Denison, M.D., and Eliza Skinner Denison ; ed. pub. schs., Roy- 
alton, Vt., and Kinball Union Acad., Lebanon, N. H. ; grad. Wil- 
liams Coll., 1867, (A.M., 1873) ; M.D., Med. Dept. Univ. Vt., 1869; 
m. 1878, Ella Strong, Chicago. 111. ; prof. Diseases of the Chest and 


Climatology, Med. Dept. Univ. of Denver, 14 years ; now emeritus 
prof.; sec. Colo. State Med. Soc., 1878; reporter to two Internat. 
Med. Congresses on High Altitudes and Pulmonary Diseases, 
1876-86; pres. Am. Climatological Assn., 1891 ; hon. vice-pres., 
London Congress on Tuberculosis, 1901 ; Am. Corr. Asso. Mem. 
Internat. Central Bureau for Prevention of Tuberculosis of Berlin, 
Germany, 1902. Author: Rocky Mountain Health Resorts, Boston, 
1880; Climates of the U. S. in Colors, Chic, 1893; Exercise and 
Foods for Pulmonary Invalids, Denver, 1895, and a great many 
valuable articles, chiefly on Tuberculosis, published in various med. 
journs. Residence: Denver, Colo. 

DENT, Emmet Cooper; physician; b. Macon, Miss., 1857; s. William 
Dent and Mary (Wetherspoon) Dent; ed. priv. schs. and South West- 
ern Presbyterian Univ., Clarksville, Tenn. ; grad. Bellevue Hosp. 
Med. Coll., 1879; m. 1886, Anna L. Scott; sec. Am. Medico- Psycho- 
logical Assn. ; mem. Congress Am. Phys. and Surgs. ; Acad, of Med. ; 
Co. Med. Soc. ; Psychiatrical Soc. ; State Med. Soc. ; Med. Assn. 
Greater N. Y. ; Phys. Mutual Aid Soc. ; Medico-Surgical Soc. ; etc. 
Author: various papers on the treatment of insanity. Clubs: Lotos. 
Residence: Manhattan State Hosp., Ward's Island, N. Y. 

DEWEY, Willis A.; physician; b. Middlebury, Vt. ; s. Josiah E. 
Dewey and Eunice (Carpenter) Dewey; ed. com. schs. of Middle- 
bury and Manchester, Vt. ; grad. N. Y. Homeo. Med. Coll. ; married; 
prof. Mat. Med., Homeo. Coll., Univ. of Mich. ; mem. Am. Inst, 
of Homeo. ; British Homeo. Soc. ; Sociedad Homeo., Mexicana ; 
Inst. Homeo., Mexicana; N. Y. ; Mich., and other societies. Clubs: 
N. Y. Athletic; Kt. Templars; A. A. O. N. of M. S. Author: 
Twelve Tissue Remedies of Schusler (trans.), Phila., 1888; Essen- 
tials of Homeopathic Materia Medica (trans.), Phila., 1894; Essen- 
tials of Homeopathic Therapeutics, Phila., 1896; Practical Homeo- 
pathic Therapeutics (trans.), Phila., 1898. Editor of the Medical 
Century, the chief periodical of the Homeo. sell. Residence: Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

DICKINSON, William Howship; physician; b. Brighton, 1832; ed. 
St. George's Hosp. ; Caius Coll., Camb. ; M.D. Cantab. ; hon. fellow 
of Caius Coll. ; F.R.C.P., J. P. ; cons. phys. to St. George's Hosp., 
and Hosp. for Sick Children ; m. Laura Wilson. At St. George's 
Hosp. held the offices of Demonstrator of Anat., Med. Registrar, 
Curator of Museum, Assistant-Phys., Phys. and Cons. Phys., also 
Lecturer on Materia Medica, Pathology, and Med. ; examiner in Med. 


for Colls, of Phys. and Surgs., and Univs. of Cambridge, London, 
and Durham; Croonian, Lumleian, and Harveian lecturer and Cen- 
sor at Royal Coll. of Phys. ; formerly pres. of Roy. Med. and Chir. 
Soc, and of Pathol. Soc. Author: On Renal and Urinary Affections; 
On the Tongue as an Indication of Disease ; occasional papers on 
Medical Subjects; Harveian Oration; King Arthur in Cornwall, etc. 
Club: Athenaeum. Address: 10 Stanhope Place, Hyde Park, Lon- 
don, W. ; Trebrea Lodge, Tintagel, Cornwall, Eng. 

DICKINSON, William Leslie; physician; b. Webster, N. Y., 1854; 
s. of William Hicks Dickinson and Mary Catherine Dickinson ; ed. 
dist. schs., Webster, N. Y., and Seminary at Lima, N. Y. ; grad. 
Prof. Barret's Preparatory Sch., Rochester, N. Y., and two years' 
course, Rochester Univ. ; M.D., Univ. of Buffalo, 1879; A.B., Taylor 
Univ., 1901 ; A.M., 1902; m. 1884, Emma Augustine Peet, Web- 
ster, N. Y. ; former prof. Rectal Diseases, Saginaw Valley Med. 
Coll. ; prof. Rectal Diseases, Mich. Coll., Med. and Surg., Detroit ; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Proctologic Soc.; Mich. State Med. 
Soc; pres. Saginaw County Med. Soc, etc. Author: many papers, 
chiefly on Rectal Diseases, contributed to various med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 922 So. Jefferson Ave., Saginaw, Mich. 

DIGHT, Charles Fremont; physician; b. Mercer, Pa., 1856; s. Wil- 
liam Dight and Elizabeth Dight ; ed. com. schs. of Mercer and State 
Normal Sch. of Edenboro, Pa. ; grad. Univ. of Mich. ; post-grad. 
Dept. of Med. and Surg., Univ. of Mich., 1879; also studied in 
Laboratory of Hygiene, Univ. of Pa., and in London and Vienna, 
M.D. deg. ; unmarried; asst. to chair of Practice of Med., Univ. 
of Mich., 1881-83; prof. Anat. and Physiology, 1883-86; and of 
Practice of Med. and Hygiene, 1886-89, m the Am. Med. Coll., 
Beirut, Syria, and attending phys. to the Prussian Hosp. at Beirut ; 
prof. Physiology and resident phys. at Shattuck Sch., Faribault, 
Minn., 1889-92; dean of Med. Dept., N. O. Univ., and prof, of Anat. 
and Chem., 1893-96; since 1898 prof, of Physiology in Med. Dept., 
Hamline Univ. Invited to represent Western Asia at Internat. 
Congress of Physiologists in Switzerland, 1887. Clubs: Phys. and 
Surgs., Minneapolis. Author of many papers on Med., on Chem., 
and Scientific subjects. Residence: 4840 39th Ave., S., Minneapolis, 

DIONNE, Narcisse=Eutrope; physician; b. 18 May, 1848; ed. St. 
Ann's Coll.; Laval Univ.; m. 1st, 1873, Laure Bouchard; 2nd, 1896, 
Emma Bidegare; practised medicine at Quebec, 1873-80; chief editor 


of Le Courrier du Canada, 1880-84; chief inspector of federal li- 
censes, 1884-86; chief editor of Le Journal de Quebec, 1886; per- 
manent secretary of the Quebec Conservative Club, 1886-92 ; LL.D. ; 
librarian of the Legislature of the Province of Quebec since 1892. 
Author: (in French) Life of Jacques Cartier, discoverer of Canada; 
La Nouvelle France, 1540-1603; Life of Samuel Champlain, founder 
of Quebec; Life of C. F. Painchand, founder of St. Ann's Coll.; 
and fifteen other smaller publications. Address: Quebec, Canada. 

DIXON, Augustus Edward; physician; b. Belfast, i860; s. of Wake- 
field H. Dixon, J. P.; ed. Roy. Acad. Institution, Belfast; grad. 
Trinity Coll., Dublin; Univ. of Berlin; m. 1890, Nina, e. d. of Wil- 
fred Haughton, Dublin; prof, of Chemistry at Queen's Coll., 
since 1891 ; Senior Moderatorship and Gold Medal in Ex- 
perimental Science, T.C.D. ; Ekenhead Scholarship in Experi- 
mental Science, and Med. Scholarship in Chem. and Physics, T.C.D. ; 
late asst. lecturer in Chem., Trinity Coll., Dublin; mem. of the 
Council, Chem. Soc. Author: numerous memoirs on chem. subjs. 
in the Proceedings and Transactions of the Chem. Soc. of London. 
Address: Mentone Villas, Sunday's Well, Cork, Ireland. 

DIXON, Samuel Gibson; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1851 ; s. of 
Isaac Dixon and Ann (Gibson) Dixon; ed. Mantua Acad, there; 
grad. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1886; appointed demonstrator of Physiol- 
ogy there before grad.; also Dept. of Bacteriology, King's Coll., 
London; m. Fannie G. Gilbert, Phila. ; studied in State Coll. of 
Med., London, and Petlenkofer's Laboratory of Hygiene, Munich; 
prof. Hygiene in Med. and Scientific Depts., and dean, auxiliary 
dept. of Med. Univ. of Pa., 1888; appointed prof. Bacteriology and 
Micros. Technology, Acad. Natural Sciences, Phila., 1890; curator, 
1891 ; executive curator since 1892, and pres. since 1896; dir. Zool. 
Soc. of Phila., and mem. of many med. and scientific socs. Author: 
Physiological Notes, 1885, and many articles in med. journs; the 
proceedings of the Acad, of Nat. Scs., on Bacteriological Hygiene, 
etc. Residence: Ardmore, Pa. 

DONKIN, Horatio Bryan; physician; b. Blackheath, Kent, 1845; s - 
late Bryan Donkin, C.E. ; ed. Blackheath Proprietary Sch. ; Queen's 
Coll., Oxford; m. Auguste Margaretha Elisabeth, d. of late Count 
di Langhi of Cracow, 1888; M.D. Oxon., F.R.C.P. London; one 
of the H.M. Commissioners of Prisons ; cons. phys. to Westminster 
Hosp., etc.; open scholar; 1st class in Greats (classical); formerly 
phys. and lect. on Medicine at Westminster Hosp.; phys. to East 


London Hosp. for Children; lect. on Med. at London Sch. of Med. 
for Women; exam, in Med. for Roy. Coll. of Phys. on Examining 
Board for England, etc. Club: Savile. Author: several publica- 
tions — chiefly medical. Address: 108 Harley St., Cavendish Square, 
London, W., Eng. 

DORLAND, William Alexander Newman; physician; b. Hilton 
Head, S. C, 1864; s. of William Matthews Dorland, M.D., and Sarah 
Ann (Thorne) Dorland ; cd. central high sch., Phila., and West Phila. 
Acad. ; grad. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1886; unmarried; asst. demonstrator 
Obstetrics, Univ. of Pa.; asso. in Gynecology, Phila. Polyclinic; 
surg. 2d troop, Phila. City Cav. since 1898; Fellow Am. Acad, of 
Med. and Coll. Phys., Phila.; mem. numerous social and tech. socs. ; 
asst. ed. Phila. Med. Journ. Clubs: Union League of Phila. ; Uni- 
versity; Pa. Soc. of Colonial Wars, etc. Author: A Cluster of 
Pearls, Boston, 1890; Syllabus of Gynecology, 1894; Manual of 
Obstetrics, 1896; Am. Pocket Med. Dictionary, 1898; Am. Illus- 
trated Med. Dictionary, 1900; Modern Obstetrics, 1901 ; Amer- 
ican Encyclopedic and Synonymatic Dictionary of Medicine (in 
preparation), also many valuable contribs. to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 130 So. 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

DORR, Edw. E.; physician; b. Valparaiso, Ind., 1863; s. Jos. M. 
Dorr, lawyer, and Julietta B. (Reynolds) Dorr; cd. Des Moines high 
sch.; acad. ed. State Univ., la., grad. M.D., Med. Dept, State 
Univ., la., and Vienna, 1890; post-grad. Chicago, 1896; m. 1896, 
Mary E. Newman, Des Moines, la. ; Des Moines health phys., 
1892-4; mem. Des Moines City Council; Amer. Med. Assn.; la. 
State Med. Assn., etc. Editor: la. Med. Journ. Residence: Des 
Moines, la. 

DOUG ALL, John Park; eclectic physician; b. Glasgow, Scotland, 
1874; s. William Dougall and Annie Lyon (Park) Dougall; ed. 
com. schs. of New Zealand till 1890; grad. Cal. Med. Coll., 1904; m. 
1898, Erie Edith Dungey, San Diego, Cal. ; lect. Pathology and 
Bacteriology, nurses' course, Deaconess Hosp. ; prof. Pathology and 
Bacteriology, Los Angeles Eclectic Polyclinic; Pathologist and 
Bacteriologist, Deaconess Hosp., Los Angeles; lect. Anat., Physi- 
ology and Histology, nurses' course, Deaconess Hosp. ; lect. and lab. 
instr. Histology and Pathology, 1903-04, Cal. Med. Coll.; sec. Co. 
Eclectic Med. Soc; bus. mangr., Los Angeles Journal of Eclectic 
Medicine. Club: Caledonian. Author: various contributions to the 
med. journs. Residence: Hotel Minnewaska, Los Angeles, Cal. 


DOUGLAS, Carstairs dimming; physician; b. Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, 
Oct., 1866; ed. George Watson's Coll. Sch., Univ., Edinburgh; Ber- 
lin; CM., B.Sc, F.R.S., Edinburgh; F.F.P. and S., Glasgow; prof, 
of Med. Jurisprudence and Hygiene, Anderson's Coll. Med. Sch. ; 
Pathologist to Glasgow Maternity Hosp. ; director of West of Scot- 
land Clinical Research Laboratory. After eight years pub. sch. 
life entered the medical classes of Edinburgh Univ. in 1885 ; obtained 
the degrees of M.B. and CM. with first-class honors in 1890; B.Sc. 
(in Public Health) in 1891 ; M.D. with honors in 1896; Wilson 
Memorial Prize; the Sibbald Scholarship; the John Aitken Carlyle 
Bursary ; the Buchanan Scholarship ; the Ettles Prize ; the Leckie- 
MacTier Fellowship. Author: Chem. and Micro. Aids to Clin. Diag., 
1899; numerous papers on med. subjs. in the Lancet, Brit. Med. 
Journ., Edinburgh and Glasgow Med. Journs., etc. Address: 2 
Royal Crescent, Glasgow, Scotland. 

DRAKE, Emma Frances Angell; physician; b. Angellville, N. Y., 
1849; d- Silas T. Angell and Deborah (Piper) Angell ; ed. Olivet 
Coll., Olivet, Mich., 1870-74; grad. M.D., Boston Univ. Sch. of 
Med., 1882; m. 1883, Rev. Ellis Richmond Drake, Northfield, Mass.; 
prin. and phy., Northfield Sem., 1882-83 ; phy. of Obstetrics in Den- 
ver Homeo. Coll., 1896-97; mem. Denver Homeo. Club; Colo. 
Homeo. Soc. ; pres. Colo. State Home Missionary Soc, 1889-1903. 
Author: What a Young Wife Ought to Know, Phila., 1901 ; Ma- 
ternal Responsibility, Denver, 1901 ; What a Woman of 45 Ought 
to Know, Phila., 1901 ; Maternity, Phila., 1902, and various contri- 
butions to med. journs. Residence: 208 So. Lincoln Ave., Denver, 

DREYER, George Peter; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1866; acad. 
ed. Johns Hopkins Univ. ; grad. Johns Hopkins, 1887 5 Fellow in 
Physiol., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1889; Ph.D., 1890; asso. prof, of 
Physiol., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1890-1900; prof. Physiol., Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., 1900. Residence: 1545 W. Adams St., Chicago, 

DROWN, Thomas Messinger; physician ; b. Philadelphia, 19 March, 
1842; .?. of William Appleton Drown of Portsmouth, N. H., and 
Mary E. M. Pierce, of Philadelphia ; ed. Philadelphia high sch. ; Med. 
Dept. of Univ. of Penn. ; Sci. Depts., Yale and Harvard Univs. ; Min- 
ing Sch. of Freiberg, Saxony; Univ. of Heidelberg; M.D. (Univ. 
of Penna.) ; LL.D. (Columbia Univ.) ; m. Helen Leighton of 
Northamptonshire, England; pres. of Lehigh Univ. since 1895; prof. 


of Analytical Chem., Lafayette Coll., Easton, Pa., 1874-1881 ; prof, 
of Analytical Chem., Mass. Inst, of Technology, Boston, 1885-1895; 
sec. American Inst, of Min. Eng., 1873-1883 ; pres., 1897-1898; mem. 
of many sci. and tech. socs. ; hon. mem. Amer. Inst, of Min. Eng. 
Author: various papers in technical and scientific periodicals on 
Analytical Chemistry and the Sanitary Aspect of Water-Supply of 
Cities. Address: South Bethlehem, Pa. 

DRYDEN, John Lewis; physician; b. Neoga, 111., 1863; .?. J. C. Dry- 
den and Margaret (Kilso) Dryden; ed. pub. schs. and Lee's Acad., 
Loxa, 111., 1882; grad. Homeo. Med. Coll. of Mo., 1891 ; m. 1898, 
Carrie Russell Caldwell, Neoga, 111. ; prof. Anat., Homeo. Med. 
Coll. of Mo. ; ex-pres., St. Louis Homeo. Med. Soc. ; mem. Mo. 
Inst. Homeo., etc. Residence: 1419 N. Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

DUANE, Alexander; physician; b. Malone, N. Y., 1858; s. Gen. J. C. 
Duane and Harriet Brewerton Duane. ; ed. St. Marks', Southboro, 
Mass.; high sch., Portland, Me.; grad. A.B., Union Coll., 1878; 
M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y. City, 1881 ; m. 1891, Susan 
Williams Gait, Norfolk, Va. ; served Lt. (Jr. Grade) U. S. N., 
during Spanish-Am. W'ar, in charge 2nd dist. Coast Signal Service, 
1897-99; mem - N. Y. Co. Med. Soc; N. Y. Acad. Med.; Med. 
Assn., Greater N. Y. ; Hosp. Graduates' Club ; N. Y. Opnthal. Soc. ; 
asso. mem. Am. Ophthal. Soc. ; Naval Order of U. S. ; Naval and 
Mil. Order Spanish- Am. War ; Phi Beta Kappa Assn., N. Y. Clubs: 
Univ. ; Sigma Phi. Author: Fuchs' Text-Book of Ophthalmology, 
N. Y., 1892; Student's Medical Dictionary, Phila., 1893; Motor 
Anomalies of the Eye, New York, 1897; Rules for Signaling on 
Land and Sea, 1899, (adopted by U. S. Navy Dept. for instruction of 
Naval Militia of U. S.) ; contributed to Foster's Ency. Dictionary 
of Medicine; medical terms to Webster's Intern. Dictionary; Am. 
Text-book of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, by de 
Schweinitz and Randall; and Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat, by W. C. Posey and J. Wright; besides many papers on 
med. subjects to various med. journs. Residence: 49 East 30th St., 
N. Y. City. 

DUCKWORTH, Sir Dyce; cr. 1886; physician; b. Liverpool, 1840; 
s. of Robinson Duckworth and Elizabeth Forbes Nicol, Stonehaven, 
N. B. ; ed. Royal Institution Sch., Liverpool; Edinburgh Univ.; St. 
Bartholomew's Hosp.; grad. M.D., Edin., 1863, (gold medallist); 
m. 1st, Annie Alicia, relict of John Smith, of Mickleham Hall, Dork- 
ing; 2nd, Ada, d. of G. Arthur Fuller, of the Rookery, Dorking, 


1890; F.R.C.P., Lond., 1870; hon. M.D., Cincinnati, 1879; hon. 
M.D., Roy. Univ., Ireland, 1887; hon. F.R.C.P., Ireland, 1887; hon. 
LL.D., Edin., 1890; Knight of Grace, Order of the Hosp. of St. 
John of Jerusalem; asst. surg., R. N., 1864-65; treas. Roy. Coll. 
Phys. since 1884; Senior Censor, 1903-4; representative of Roy. Coll. 
Phys. in Gen. Med. Council, 1886-91; late pres. Clin. Soc. ; late 
hon. phys. to H.M. the King when Prince of Wales. Author: nu- 
merous contributions to medical literature, addresses, etc. Clubs: 
Athenaeum. Address: 11 Grafton St., Piccadilly, London, W., Eng. 

DUDLEY, Emilius Clark; physician; b. Westfield, Mass.; s. John 
Harmon Dudley and Marana (Mason) Dudley; grad. A.B., Dart- 
mouth Coll., 1873 ; M.D., Long Island Coll. Hosp. ; prof. Gynecol- 
ogy, Med. Dept., Northwestern Univ.; m. 1883, Anna Titcomb, Wen- 
nelka, 111.; pres. Am. Gynecol. Soc, 1904. Author: Principles and 
Practice of Gynecology, 1st ed. 1898, 2nd, 1905 ; numerous contri- 
butions to med. literature. Residence: 1617 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 

DUDLEY, Henry Watson; physician; b. Gilmanton, N. H., 1831; 
s. John Kimball Dudley and Betsey Harvey (Gilman) Dudley; ed. 
pub. sch., Gilmanton, N. H. ; grad. Gilmanton Acad., 185 1 ; M.D., 
Harvard Univ., 1864; m. 1st, 1854, Mary A. Lougis, Gilmanton, 
N. H.; 2nd, 1876, Priscilla R. Ellis, Hanover, Mass.; 3rd, 1888, 
S. Florence Marchant; prof. Pathology, Tufts Coll. Med. Sch., 
1893-99. Residence: Abington, Mass. 

DUDLEY, William Lafland; physician; b. Covington, Ky., 1859; s. 
George Reed Dudley and Emma (Lafland) Dudley; ed. com. schs. 
of Covington, Ky. ; grad. B.S., Univ. of Cincinnati, 1880; hon. M.D., 
Miami Med. Coll. ; Fellow London Chem. Soc. ; mem. Am. Assn. 
for the Advancement of Science; German Soc. Electro-Chemistry ; 
Soc. Chemical Industry, etc. ; prof, of Chemistry in Vanderbilt Univ., 
and dean of Med. Dept. since 1895. Was director of affairs of the 
Tenn. Centennial Expo, of 1897; discovered the most poisonous 
principle in cigarette smoke to be carbon monoxide, which, when 
inhaled, de-oxidizes the blood; first to discover any physiological 
effect from use of the X-Ray. Author of many important papers 
on chem., contributed to various journs. of chem. in England, 
Germany, and America, and also made original investigations. Resi- 
dence: Vanderbilt University Campus, Nashville, Tenn. 

DULLES, Charles Winslow; surgeon; b. Madras, India, 1850; s. 
of Rev. John Welsh Dulles and Harriet Lathrop (Winslow) Dulles; 


ed. Univ. of Pa., 1866-67; grad. M.D., Med. Dept. Univ. of Pa., 
1875; m. 1881, Mary Bateman; lect. on History of Med., Univ. 
of Pa. ; surg. to Rush Hosp. ; mem. Coll. of Phys. of Phila. ; Acad. 
of Surg. ; Am. Assn. for the Advancement of Science ; Soc. May- 
flower Descendants. Clubs: University and others. Author: Acci- 
dents and Emergencies, Phila., 1880; and many papers on Hydro- 
phobia; also various monographs to the med. journs., etc. Resi- 
dence: 4101 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

DUNCAN, Andrew; physician; B.S., London; F.R.C.S., M.R.C.P.; 
phys., Seaman's Hosp. Soc. ; phys. to Westminister General Dispen- 
sary; joint-lect. on Tropical Med., London Sch. of Tropical 
Med.; Fellow of King's Coll., Strand. Author: The Prevention of 
Diseases in Tropical Campaigns; (joint) The Practitioner's Guide. 
Address: 24 Chester St., Grosvenor Place, London, W., Eng. 

DUNHAM, E. K.; physician; prof, of Pathology, the Univ. and Belle- 
vue Hosp. Med. Coll., New York City. Address: 338 E. 26th St., 
New York. 

DUNHAM, John Dudley; physician; b. Columbus, O., 1873; s. John 
M. Dunham, M.D., and Anna (Cross) Dunham; ed. pub. schs. of 
Columbus; Ohio State Univ. and Univ. of Mich. ; grad. A.B., Univ. 
of Mich., 1894; M.D., Ohio Med. Univ., 1897; m. 1897, Mabel 
Holmes, Columbus, O. ; post-grad, work, Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 
N. Y. ; prof. Bacteriology, Ohio Med. Univ., 1897-98; prof. Bac- 
teriology, Starling Med. Coll., 1898-1905; lect. on Diseases of the 
Stomach, 1905 ; mem. Columbus Acad, of Med. ; Ohio State Med. 
Soc; Ohio State Pediatric Soc; Am. Acad, of Med. Residence: 
29 So. Monroe Ave., Columbus, O. 

DYER, Isadore; physician; b. Galveston, Tex., 1865; s. Isadore Dyer 
and Amelia A. (Lewis) Dyer; ed. com. schs. of Galveston and Belle- 
vue high sch.; grad. Ph.B., Yale, 1887; M.D., Tulane Univ., 1889; 
m. 1905, Mercedes L. Percival, New Orleans, La. ; asso. prof, dis- 
eases of the skin, Med. Dept., Tulane Univ. ; prof, diseases of the 
skin, N. O. Polyclinic; dermatologist to Charity Hosp. and consult, 
dermatologist to the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hosp. ; pres. New 
Orleans Parish Med. Soc, 1899; pres. La. State Med. Soc, 1902-03; 
chairman committee of arrangements A.M.A., 1903 ; 2nd vice-pres. 
A.M.A., 1903-04; mem. Am. Dermatological Assn.; N. Y. Medico- 
Legal Soc, etc.; delegate to Berlin Leper Conference, 1897, to Con- 
gress for the proplozlaries of Syphilis and Venereal Diseases, Brus- 
sels, 1899; founder and 1st pres. of Bd. of the La. Leper Home, 1894- 


96; consulting Leprologist, 1903-05. Clubs: Boston; Louisiana; 
Round Table, Young Men's Gymnastic, County, and French Opera 
Club. Author: of a great many articles on diseases of the skin and 
leprosy for the med. journs. and also of articles for Wood's Reference 
Hand-Book of Med. Ed.: N. O. Med. and Surg. Journ. Residence: 
2222 Prytania St., New Orleans, La. 


EASON, Herbert Lightfoot; physician; M.S.; dean of the Med. Sch. 
and warden of the Coll., Guy's Hosp. ; chief clinical asst., Royal Lon- 
don Ophthalmic Hosp. ; late editor Guy's Hosp. Gazette. Address: 
The Coll., Guy's Hosp., London, S. E., Eng. 

EBERHART, Noble Murray; physician; b. Benton Harbor, Mich., 
1870; s. Isa Amend Eberhart and Melissa (Jacobs) Eberhart; ed. 
pub. schs. la., Wis. and 111. ; acad. ed. Univ. 111. ; Lombard Univ. and 
Racine Coll. ; grad. Racine Coll. B.S., 1885 ; post-grad. M.S. Hedding 
Coll., 1891; M.D. Bennett Med. Coll., 1894; M.D. Univ. 111., 1901 ; 
Ex-Interne Cook Co. Hosp., etc. ; prof. Electro- Physics Post-Grad. 
Sch. of Chicago, etc. ; mem. Vict. Inst, of Great Britain ; Soc. of 
Sci. Lett, and Art, London. Eng. ; Chicago Med. Assn., etc. ; Brev. 
Capt. for services in Span. Amer. War. Author: several works on 
Entomology and Zoology. Residence: 341 Oak St., Chicago, 111. 

ECCLES, Robert Gibson; physician; b. Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland, 
1848; s. of David Eccles and Isabella Eccles ; ed. in pub. schs. and 
with private tutors; grad. M.D. Long Island Coll., 1882; m. 1876, 
Mary Hance, Wyandotte, Kan. Became chem. U. S. Dept. Indian 
affairs ; prof, and Dean, Brooklyn Coll. of Pharmacy ; editor Merck's 
Archives ; discoverer of the alkaloids, calycanthine, glaucosine, etc., 
and of calycanthic acid ; devised the official method of assaying pep- 
sin ; investigator of effects of drugs on peptic digestion ; exposed 
the Scotch Oats' Essence, and other fraudulent preparations. Fellow 
of the Am. Assn. for Adv. of Sci. ; mem. Am. Geographical Soc. ; 
Am. Chem. Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. and others ; ex-pres. N. Y. State 
Pharm. Assn. ; ex-pres. chem. dept., Brooklyn Inst. ; com. of Revision 
U. S. Pharmacopoeia, 1901-02-03. Clubs: Manhattan Liberal. 
Author: U. S. Pharmacopoeia, Phila., 1893; Evolution, 6 vols., 
(joint author) Appleton, 1889-1895; Food Preservatives, 1905; and 
numerous papers on scientific and philosophic subjects contributed 


to med. journs. and other periodicals. Residence: 191 Dean St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ELLIOTT, George; physician; b. Wentworth Co., Toronto, 1864; j. 
William John Elliott and Anne Elliott; cd. Toronto pub. schs. and 
Toronto Univ. ; grad. Trinity Med. Coll., of Univ. of Toronto, 1895 ; 
m. 1897, Sophia Gardner, Toronto, Ont. ; Gen. Secy., Canadian Med. 
Assn., 1901 ; publisher and managing editor Dominion Medical 
Monthly; phys. Out-Door Dept. Toronto General Hosp. ; asst. demon- 
strator of anatomy, Univ. of Toronto, Medical Dep't. Residence: 
203 Beverley St., Toronto, Ont. 

ELLISTON, William Alfred; physician; b. 1840; s. of William Ellis- 
ton, surgeon, of Ipswich ; cd. Ipswich Sch. ; Guy's Hosp. J. P., Suf- 
folk; Fellow of the Royal Med. and Chirurgical Soc, London; m. 
1st, Janet Potter, of Dartford, Kent, 1865; 2nd, Ellen Palmer, nee 
Longstaffe, of Lincoln, and widow of the Rev. Thomas Palmer, J. P., 
Rector of Trimley St. Martin, Suffolk. Has practised at Ipswich 
as a general phys. since 1863, and is hon. cons. phys. of the East 
Suffolk Hosp.; is a vice-pres. of the Brit. Med. Assn., pres. 1900- 
1901 ; pres. Guy's Phys. Soc, 1862-63 ; vice-pres. Jenner Soc. 
Author: var. pamph. and papers on prof. subj. to the med. journs.; 
addresses on Alcohol, Milk, pub. in the journ. of the Brit. Dairy 
Farmers' Assn. Address: Stoke Hall, Ipswich, Eng. 

ELY, Francis Argyle; physician; b. Beloit, Wis., 1876; s. B. E. S. Ely, 
D.D., and Abbie M. Ely ; ed. pub. and high sch. Ottumwa, la. ; grad. 
Med. Dept., State Univ. of Iowa. Unmarried. Prof, physiology 
and nervous diseases, Iowa Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Des Moines, 
la. ; resident phys. in State Univ. Hosp. ; asst. phys., State Hosp. 
for Insane ; mem. Am. Med. Soc. ; Iowa State Med. Soc. ; Polk Co. 
Med. Soc; Des Moines Pathological Soc; etc. Residence: 1628 
7th St., Des Moines, la. 

EMERSON, Nathaniel Bright; physician; b. Waialua, Is. of Oahu, 
Hawn. Is., 1839; s. Rev. John S. Emerson and Ursula Sophia 
(Newell) Emerson; ed. Punhou Sch.; Honolulu and Oahu Coll.; 
grad. A.B. Williams Coll., 1865; A.M., 1868; Harvard Med. Sch. 
three years; M.D. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 1869; m. 1885, 
Sarah Elizabeth Pierce, M.D.; Asst. San. Insp. Board of Health 
N. Y., 1870-72; med. supt, Leper Settlement on Molokai, 
1878-80; pres. Hawn. Board of Health, 1887-89; Private 1st 
Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf., 1862-64; wounded at battle of Fredericks- 
burg, Dec. 13, 1862; and battle of Chancellorsville, 1864; mem. 


Hawaiian Hist. Soc. ; pres. Hawn. Hist. Soc, 4 years; vice-pres. 
Folk-Lore Assn. ; Polynesian Soc. ; Honolulu Social Science Assn. ; 
trustee Oahu Coll. for 17 years. Author: Hawaiian Antiquities 
(from the Hawaiian of David Malo), 1903 ; and many papers written 
for literary journs. Residence: 139 S. School St., Honolulu, Hawn. 

EMLEY, Samuel Charles; physician; b. Delaware, O., 1874; s. E. C. 
Emley and Emma (Hess) Emley; ed. com. schs. of Great Bend, 
Kan., 1885-90; grad. State Univ., Lawrence, Kan., 1899; A.B., Kan. 
Univ., 1899; M.D., Rush Med. Coll., 1902; m. 1904, Lelage Hall, 
Wellington, Kan. ; Fellow in bacteriology, Univ. of Chi., 1902-03 ; 
Pathologist, Augustance Hosp., Chi., 1903-04; asso. prof, of Pathol- 
ogy, Kan. Univ., 1905. Author: contribs. to the med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 1546 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, Kan. 

ERNST, Harold Clarence; physician; b. Cincinnati, Ohio; s. of 
Andrew H. and Sarah (Otis) Ernst; 111. Ellen Lunt Frothingham of 
Boston; ed. priv. schs.; grad. Harvard Univ. (Acad, and Med. 
Depts.) ; Paris and Berlin. Practitioner of Med.; Staff of Massa- 
chusetts Gen. Hosp. ; prof, and teacher in Harvard Univ. ; student 
and editor ; A.M. ; prof, of Bacteriology in Harvard Univ. ; pres. of 
Boston Soc. of Med. Sciences; sec. of Am. Assn. of Pathologists 
and Bacteriologists ; editor of the Journal of Medical Research, etc. 
Author: articles in med. journs.; special monographs on Infectious- 
ness of Milk, Infection and Immunity, Phagocytosis, Tuberculine. 
Clubs: St. Botolph, Country, University, New York; Old Colony, 
Plymouth. Address: The Med. Sch. of Harvard Univ. ; in summer 
— The Cedar-Bushes, Manomet. Plymouth Co., Mass. 

ESHNER, Augustus A.; physician; b. Memphis, Tenn., 1862; s. James 
Eshner and Johanna (Pleschner) Eshner; ed. pub. schs. and Central 
High Sch. of Phila. ; grad. M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1888 ; m. 1904, 
Julia Friedberger, Phila., Pa. ; prof, of Clinical Med. in Phila. Poly- 
clinic Coll. for graduates in Med. ; phys. to the Phila. Hosp. ; asst. 
phys. to the Phila. Orthopedic Hosp. and Infirmary for Nervous Dis- 
eases ; mem. Am. Medico-Psychological Assn. ; Am. Acad, of Med. ; 
Am. Med. Assn. ; Med. Soc. of the State of Pa. ; Co. Med. Soc. ; Am. 
Assn. for the Advancement of Science ; Pathological Soc. of Phila. ; 
Am. Acad, of Political and Social Science, etc. Author: Essentials 
of Medical Diagnosis (with Dr. S. Cohen), Phila., 1892; Hand 
Book of Fevers, Phila., 1895 ; Am. Text-book of Applied Therapeu- 
tics (with J. C. Wilson), Phila., 1896; Atlas of Methods of Clinical 


Investigation and Epitome of Clinical Diagnosis and of Special 
Pathology and Treatment of Internal Diseases (trans, by Christfried 
Jakob), Phila., 1898; Clinical Bacteriology (trans, by Levy and 
Klemperer), Phila., 1900; Text-book of the Practice of Medicine 
(trans, by Herman Eichhorst), Phila., 1901 ; Text-book of Human 
Physiology (trans, by L. Landois), Phila., 1904; and numerous mon- 
ographs and articles contributed to the med. journs. Residence: 
1019 Spruce St., Phila., Pa. 

ESMARCH, His Excellency Dr. Johannes Friedrich August von; 
prof, of Surg, at Univ. of Kiel since 1859; b. Tonning, Schleswig- 
Holstein, 1823; ed. Gymnasiums of Rendsburg and Flensburg; Kiel; 
Gottingen; m. 1&72, Princess Henriette of Schleswig-Holstein; asst. 
to Prof, von Langenbeck, 1848; asst. to Prof. Stromeyer, 1849; surg. 
in Schleswig-Holstein army, 1849; prof, of surg. in the Univ. of 
Kiel, 1857; attended Austrian wounded after battle of Oeversee 
(Order of the Iron Crown from Emperor Francis Joseph) ; director 
of the Surg. Faculty in the Hosps., Berlin, during the Austrian War, 
1866; surg.-gen. during Franco-German War; introduced the anti- 
septic treatment into Germany; founded the Samariter Verein, 1882; 
ennobled by the Emperor Wilhelm I. 1887; received from the Em- 
peror Wilhelm II. the titles of Excellency and Geheimrath. Author: 
Hand-book of War Surgery; Guide for Samaritan Schools; many 
technical works. Address: Kiel, Germany. 

ESSICK, Wesley Wilson; physician; b. Duncannon, Pa., 1854; s. John 
Essick and Julia Essick; ed. pub. sch., Carbondale, 111., 1878-79; 
grad. Univ. of Tenn., 1882; m. 1883, Mattie E. Essick, Carbondale, 
111.; prof. R.R. Surg., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., St. Louis, Mo.; ex- 
pres. Phys. Protective Assn. of Jackson Co., 111. Club: Mt. Carbon, 
Pastime. Residence: 1215 Walnut St., Murphysboro, 111. 

EVE, Frederic S.; F.R.C.S. Eng. ; surg. to the London Hosp., and 
cons. surg. to the Evelina Hosp. ; mem. of Court of Examiners, Royal 
Coll. of Surgs. ; ed. St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; Leipsic ; Pathological 
Curator at Royal Coll. of Surgs., England, 1881-90; Erasmus Wil- 
son Lecturer (on Pathology of Tumors), R.C.S., 1882-84. Ad- 
dress: 125 Harley St., London, Eng. 

EWART, James Cossar; physician; b. Penicuik, Midlothian, 1851 ; 
s. of late John Ewart; ed. Penicuik; Edinburgh Univ.; F.R.S. ; 
Regius Prof, of Natural History, Edinburgh Univ., since 1882 ; dem- 
onstrator of Anat, Edinburgh Univ., 1874; Conservator, Univ. 
Coll. Museums, London, 1875-78; prof. Nat. Hist., Aberdeen, 1878- 


82; worked at Echinoderms, with the late G. J. Romanes, 1880; mem. 
Fishery Board for Scotland, 1882; studied fishery investigations in 
progress in the United States and Canada, 1883; in Denmark and 
Norway, 1885. Author: The Locomotor System of the Echinoderms 
(with the late G. J. Romanes), 1881 ; The Natural and Artificial Fer- 
tilization of Herring Ova, 1884; On the Progress of Fish Culture in 
America, 1884; On Whitebait, 1886; On the Preservation of Fish, 
1887; The Electric Organ of the Skate, 1888- 1889; The Cranial 
Nerves and Lateral Sense Organs of Elasmobranchs, 1889-1891 ; The 
Development of the Limbs of the Horse, 1894; A Critical Period in 
the Development of the Horse; The Penicuik Experiments, 1899; 
Guide to Zebras, Hybrids, etc., 1900. Clubs: Athenaeum, University, 
Edinburgh. Address: Edinburgh Univ. ; The Bungalow, Penicuik, 
Midlothian, Scotland. 

EWER, Edward Norton; physician; b. Brodhead, Wis., 1866; s. H. D. 
Ewer and Eliza Ewer; ed. pub. schs. and high sch. of Milwaukee, 
Wis. ; grad. Dept. Med. and Surg., Univ. of Mich., 1892 ; studied, Ro- 
tunda Hosp., Dublin, in Edinburgh and Hamburg; m. 1897, Flora 
Goldsmith, Milwaukee, Wis. ; prof, of obstetrics, Oakland Coll. of 
Med. and Surg., also secy, and direct, of the same Coll. ; mem. Am. 
Med. Assn. ; pres. Alameda Co. Med. Assn. ; councillor Med. Soc. of 
the State of Cal. ; health officer, Oakland, Cal. Residence: 1017 
Telegraph Ave., Oakland, Cal. 

EYMAN, Henry C; physician; b. Fairfield Co., O., 1856; s. Henry 
B. Eyman and Mary A. (Baker) Eyman; ed. dist. schs.; Fairfield 
Union Acad, and S. O. Normal Sch. ; grad. Columbus Med. Coll., 
1880; m. 1880, Lestia Dern; apptd. asst. phys. Athens State Hosp., 
1884; Toledo State Hosp., 1887; supt. Cleveland State Hosp., 1891 ; 
trustee Massillon State Hosp., 1892; supt. Massillon State Hosp., 
1899; apptd. lecturer, Coll. Phys. and Surg., Cleveland, 1892; prof, 
mental and nervous diseases, 1893 ; resigned, 1904. Author: many 
papers on the care and treatment of the insane for various med- 
journs. Residence: Massillon, O. 

FANCHETT, Reuben C; physician; b. Palermo, N. Y., 1862; s. 
George M. Fanchett and Eva A. Fanchett ; ed. com. schs. and Syra- 
cuse Univ.; grad. M.D., Med. Coll., Syracuse Univ., 1884; m. 1904, 


Annie Veitch, Syracuse, N. Y. ; lecturer 13 years, Materia Medica, 
Syracuse Univ. ; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 7 years. 
Clubs: Citizen; Masonic. Residence: 423 So. Warren St., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

FANTUS, Bernard; physician; b. Buda-Pest, Hungary, Europe, 1874; 
s. David Fantus and Ida Fantus ; ed. Atheneum, and Coll. Phys. and 
Surg., Vienna, Austria; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 1899; 
interne, Cook Co. Hosp., 1899-1900; m. 1904, Emily M. Sonn, Cin- 
cinnati, O. ; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Coll. Phys. and 
Surg., Chicago; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Harvey- 
Jenner Med. Coll. ; mem. Chicago Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; etc. 
Author: Pharmacognosy, Pharmacy and Prescription Writing, 1902 
(privately printed). Residence: 443 Marshfield Ave., Chicago, 111. 

FARQUHARSON, Robert; physician; LL.D.; J.P., D.L.; b. Edin- 
burgh, 1836; s. of Francis Farquharson, Finzean; ed. Edinburgh 
Acad, and Univ. ; Med. Schs. of Paris, Berlin, and Vienna ; asst. surg. 
in Coldstream Guards, 1859-68; medical officer to Rugby Sch. and 
asst. phys. to St. Mary's Hosp. ; lecturer on Mat. Med. ; M.P., West 
Aberdeenshire since 1880. Author: Guide to Therapeutics, 5th ed. ; 
School Hygiene. Clubs: Reform, National Liberal, Junior United 
Service. Address: Finzean, Aboyne, N. B. ; Migivie Lodge, Por- 
chester Gardens, London, Eng. 

FAWCETT, John; physician; b. 1866; s. J. B. Fawcett of Lloyds; ed. 
Dulwich Coll., Guy's Hosp. ; m. May Fleming, of Hampstead, Lon- 
don, Eng. ; late dean, Med. and Dent. Sch., Guy's Hosp. ; asst. phys., 
Royal Free Hosp. Author: contribs. to med. societies and journs. 
Residence: 66 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 

FAYRER, Sir Joseph; K.C.S.I., LL.D., M.D., F.R.S.; physician ex- 
traordinary to the King since 1901 ; hon. phys. to the King (mili- 
tary) ; Knight of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem, surg.-gen. retired; 
b. Plymouth, 1824; s. of Commander Robert J. Fayrer, R.N., of 
Milnthorpe, Westmorland, and Agnes Wilkinson ; ed. London ; Edin- 
burgh; entered Bengal Med. Serv., 1850; served 1st Burmese War 
(medal and clasp) ; throughout Indian Mutiny and defense of Luck- 
now garrison (medal, clasp, and brevet promotion) ; prof. Med. Coll., 
Calcutta; pres. Med. Board, India office, 1874-95; phys. in ordinary 
to late Duke of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg Gotha) ; Jubilee Medal 
and clasp ; Coronation Medal, etc. ; m. Bethia Spens, 1855. Author: 
The Thanatophidia of India ; Clinical Surgery in India ; Clinical and 
Pathological Observations in India; and other works on India. 


Clubs: Athenaeum. Address: 16 Devonshire St., Portland Place, 
London, Eng. 

FELTER, Harvey Wickes; eclectic physician; b. Rensselaerville, N. 
Y., 1865; s. Andrew Jay Felter and Elizabeth (Nichols) Felter; ed., 
acad., Lansingburgh Acad. ; grad. M.D., Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincin- 
nati, 1888; special course in Cinn. Univ.; m. 1890, Martha Reyburn 
Caldwell, Cinn., Ohio; demonstrator of anat., Eclectic Med. Inst., of 
Cinn., 1891-99; quiz-master in chem., 1895-97; adjt. prof, of chem. 
and toxicology, 1897-1900; prof, of chem., 1900-1904; mem. Cinn. 
Soc. of Nat. Hist. ; O. Hist, and Philosophical Soc. ; O. State Eclec- 
tic Med. Assn. ; ex-pres. Cinn. Eclectic Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. Nat. Ec- 
lectic Med. Assn. Author: Lock's Syllabus of Eclectic Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics (joint author), Cincinnati, 1895; King's Am. Dis- 
pensary, by Felter and Lloyd (2 vols.), Cincinnati, 1898; History of 
the Eclectic Med. Inst, of Cinn., O., 1845-1903; Eclectic Med. 
Inst., 1902, and also contributed many articles to eclectic med. 
journs. ; editor of Eclectic Medical Gleaner; asst. ed. Eclectic Med. 
Journ., etc. Residence: 1728 Chase Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

FEN WICK, Bedford; physician; b. 1855; ed. London Hosp. ; grad. 
Univs. Durham, Leipzig, Berlin, and Paris; phys. to Hosp. for 
Women, Soho Square ; cons. phys. to the Brit. Orph. Asyl. ; Fellow 
Brit. Gynecol. Soc. and other med. socs. ; chairman Registered 
Nurses' Soc. ; treas. Nurses' Convalescent Fund. Author: numerous 
papers and several books on medical matters. Address: 20 Upper 
Wimpole St., London, Eng. 

FERGUSON, John; physician; b. Glasgow, Scotland, 1854; s. Adam 
Ferguson and Elizabeth (Donaldson) Ferguson; ed. com. schs. of 
Walton, Ont.; Clinton Collegiate Inst.; grad. B.A., M.B., Univ. of 
Toronto, 1880; L.R.C.P., Edinburgh, 1881 ; L.F.P.S., Glasgow, 1881 ; 
M.A., M.D., Univ. of Toronto, 1888 ; m. 1882, Helen Baird, Toronto, 
Ont.; demonstrator of anat., Univ. of Toronto, 1881-92; examiner 
in anat., 1887-92; senior phys., Toronto Western Hosp. since 1896; 
mem. Toronto Med. Soc; The Ontario Med. Soc., The Canadian 
Med. Assn. ; hon. mem. Huron Med. Assn. ; etc. Clubs: Empire ; 
The Laurier; National. Editor Canadian Lancet since 1900; pres. 
Ontario Publishing Co. since 1893 ; sec.-treas. and mem. executive 
board, Ontario Hosp. Assn. since 1902. Author: numerous papers 
contributed to the med. journs. Residence: 264 College St., Toronto, 

FERRIER, David; physician; LL.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S.; b. 1843; ed. 


Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Heidelberg; grad. M.A. (Aberdeen), 1863 
(1st class Honours) ;M.D. (Edinburgh), 1870; m. Constance Water- 
low, 1874; practises as a physician; prof, of Neuro-Pathology, King's 
Coll., London, since 1872; phys. to King's Coll. Hosp., and to the 
National Hosp. for Paralysed and Epileptic. Author: Functions of 
the Brain, 1876; Cerebral Localisation, 1878, 1890, etc. Clubs: 
Athenaeum; Arts; Royal Societies. Address: 34 Cavendish Square, 
London, Eng. 

FERRIS, Harry Burr; physician; b. Sound Beach, Conn., 1865; s. 
Samuel Holmes Ferris and Mary (Clark) Ferris; ed. Stamford high 
sch., 1883; grad. Yale Univ., 1887; M.D., Yale Univ., Med. Dept., 
1890; m. 1891, Helen W. Ferris; instructor in anat., Med. Dept., 
Yale Univ., 1891-92; asst. prof., 1892-95; prof., 1895; mem. Assn. 
of Am. Anat. ; Am. Zoological Assn. ; Am. Naturalists ; Am. Micro- 
scopical Assn.; Conn. Med. Soc. ; New Haven Co. and City Med. 
Soc. ; etc. Author: various papers written for the Yale Med. Journ. 
and an article on Cerebro-Spinal Fluid in Buck's Reference Hand- 
book of Medicine. Residence: 395 St. Ronan St., New Haven, Conn. 

FIELD, Archelaus G.; physician; b. Gorham, N. Y., 1829; .?. Abel 
Wakelee Field and Zilpha (Witter) Field; ed. West Jefferson and 
Lond., Ohio; grad. Starling Med. Coll., 1853; Coll. of Phys. and 
Surgs., N. Y., 1863; Law Dept., Simpson Centenary Coll., 1879; 
elected to chair of physiology and pathology, Keokuk Med. Coll., 
1882; m. 1887, Hattie Weatherby, Cardington, O. ; first city phys. 
of Del Moines; elected twice mayor of North Des Moines; pres. 
Iowa State Med. Soc, 1872; mem. Internat. Med. Congress, Phila., 
1876; Des Moines Correspondent of Medical and Secular Press; etc. 
Residence: Des Moines, la. 

FIELD, Benjamin Rush; physician; b. Easton, Pa., 1861 ; s. Dr. C. C. 
Field and Susan (Freeman) Field; ed. pub. schs. of Easton and 
Lafayette Coll.; grad. M.D., Med. Dept. Univ. of Pa., 1883; m. 
1902, Nan Edna Rounsavell, N. Y. City; official phys. Northampton 
Co., Pa., Prison, 1886-87; phys. for coroner, 10 years; founded 
Easton Med. Soc, 1890; mem. and pres. Civic Council, 1890-03; 
mayor of Easton, 1893-96, and 1899-1902; maj. 13th Regt. Pa. Nat. 
Guards, 1899 ; Lt. colonel, 1904 ; vice-pres. N. Y. Shakespeare Soc ; 
Mil. Service Inst, of U. S. ; Pa. German Soc. ; etc. Author: Medical 
Thoughts of Shakespeare, Easton, Pa., 1884; Shakespeare and 
Byron; or Man, Woman and Love (privately printed), 1887; Romeo 
and Juliet, vol. 5; Bankside edit, of Shakespeare, N. Y., 1889; con- 


tributions to Shakespeariana ; dramatic critic to local papers. Resi- 
dence: 415 Northampton St., Easton, Pa. 

FIELD, George Henry; physician; b. Coburg, Ont., 1872; s. C. C. 
Field and Alary (Hassack) Field; ed. Coburg Collegiate Inst, and 
Victoria Univ., Coburg ; acad. ed. Trinity Univ./Toronto ; grad. Trin- 
ity Univ., 1894; L.R.C.P., Edinburgh; L.R.C.S., Edinburgh; L.F.P. 
and S., Glasgow; examiner pathology, Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 
Ontario, 1899-1905 ; mem. Toronto Clinical Soc. Clubs: Albany. 
Residence: Coburg, Ont., P. O. Box 250. 

FINNEY, Frank; physician; b. Martinsburg, O., 1858; j. Rev. Thomas 
McKain Finney and Jane (Orr) Finney; ed. com. schs. and high sch. 
of Lawrence, Kan., and the State Univ. ; m. 1882, Grace F. Hough- 
telin, Lawrence, Kan.; grad. Georgetown Univ. Med. Dept., 1882; 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1885 ; post-grad. N. Y., P. G. Med. Sch. ; 
pres. Colo. State Med. Soc, 1904-05. Residence: 508 Bellevue Ave., 
La Junta, Colo. 

FINNY, John Magee; B.A.; physician; b. 1841 ; s. of Rev. T. H. C. 
Finny, rector of Clondulane, Co. Cork, and Frances Magee ; ed. priv. 
sch.; Trinity Coll., Dublin (med. scholar and senior exhibitioner, 
1864); grad. M.P., Univ. Dublin; m. 1873, Agnes Anne Watson, 
Dublin; pres. Royal Coll. Phys., Ireland, 1890-92; fellow and past 
pres. Royal Coll. Phys., Ireland; fellow and past pres. of the Med. 
and Pathological Sec, Royal Acad. Med., Ireland; King's Prof, 
of Practice of Med. Trin. Coll., Dubl. Med. Sch. since 1882; 
phys. to Sir Patrick Duns' Hosp. ; Cons. Phys. to Masonic Female 
Orphan Sch. and Bloomfield Asylum ; mem. of Senate, Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, and of Board of Superintendence of Dublin Hosps. ; Visitor 
in Lunacy. Author: Physical Diagnosis in Lung Diseases ; Lectures 
on Heart Diseases and Diseases of the Brain ; Cases of Tachycardia, 
etc. Clubs: University. Address: 36 Merrion Square, Dublin, 

FISCHBACK, Frederick William; homeo. physician; b. Newark, O., 
1 86 1 ; s. Rev. John William Fischback and Veronika Margaret Fisch- 
back ; ed. pub. schs., Marietta, O. ; grad. Pulte Med. Coll., Cinn., O., 
1889; m. 1883, Mary Emma Fischer, Marietta, O. ; prof, of practice 
of med., Pulte Med. Coll. ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Ky. State 
Med. Assn. ; Cinn. Homeo. Lyceum and Miami Valley Med. Soc 
Residence: Cor. 4th and Washington Ave., Newport, Ky. 

FITCH, William Edward; physician; b. Alamance Co., N. C, 1867; 
.y. William J. Fitch and Mary E. (King) Fitch; ed. com. schs. of 


Alamance Co., 1877-87; acad. ed. Greenboro, N. C, 1888; Univ. of 
New York, 1889; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Baltimore, 1891 ; m. 
1902, Minnie Crump, Jerusalem, N. C. ; mem. Am. Med. Editors' 
Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; etc. Clubs: Hussars ; Sons of the Revolu- 
tion; St. Andrews Soc. Author: Some Neglected History of North 
Carolina, 1905; A Romance of the State of Franklin (in press); 
Genealogy of the Fitch Family in England and America; editor 
Gaillard's Southern Medicine, established in 1866; founded the Geor- 
gia Journal of Medicine and Surgery in 1897; editor until 1902; 
name changed to Southern Medicine, and in Sept., 1904 bought Gail- 
lard's Medical Journal and consolidated the two journals as Gail- 
lard's Southern Medicine; many papers on med. and hygienic sub- 
jects. Residence: 8 Liberty St., Savannah, Ga. 

FITZ, Reginald Heber; physician; b. Chelsea, Mass., 1843; s. Albert 
Fitz and Eliza Roberts (Nye) Fitz; grad. Harvard Coll., 1864; 
post-grad. Harvard Med. Sch., 1868; m. 1879, Elizabeth Loring 
Clark; instr., asst. prof, and prof, of pathological anatomy, 1870-92; 
prof, theory and practice of med., Harvard Med. Sch. Author: 
var. contribs. to the med. journs. Residence: 18 Arlington St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

FLEXNER, Simon; physician; b. Louisville, Ky., 1863; s. of Morris 
and Esther Abraham Flexner; ed. pub. schs., Louisville; grad. M.D., 
Univ., Louisville, 1889; m. 1903, Helen Whitall Thomas; post-grad. 
Johns Hopkins Univ.; Univ. of Strasburg and Berlin; mem. Assn. 
of Am. Phys.; Fellow, Coll. of Phys., Phila. ; Am. Philos. Soc; 
Washington Acad, of Sci. ; corres. mem. Medico-Chirurgical Soc, 
Bologna, etc.; assoc. and assoc. prof, of Pathology, Johns Hopkins 
Univ., Baltimore, 1891-98; prof, of Pathol. Anat., 1898-99; prof, of 
Pathology, Univ. of Pa., 1899-1903; director, Ayer Clin. Laboratory, 
Pa. Hosp., 1901-1903; Pathologist, Univ. Hosp. and Phila. Hosp., 
Phila., 1899-1903; director of Laboratories, Rockefeller Inst, for 
Med. Research, New York City. Author: The Pathology of Tox- 
Albumin Intoxication ; Micro-organisms ; The Bacillus Pyogenes Fil- 
iformis; the ^Etiology of Dysentery; Terminal Infections; Experi- 
mental Pancreatitis ; The Nature of Snake Venoms, and many other 
papers and monographs relating to bacteriological and pathological 
subjects. Clubs: Century Association, New York. Residence: 218 
S. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

FLINT, Austin; physician; LL.D., b. Northampton, Mass., 1836; ed. 
priv. schs., Buffalo, N. Y. ; grad. Harvard Univ. ; Univ. of Louisville, 


Ky.; Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila., Pa.; m. 1862, Elizabeth B. Mc- 
Master, of Ballston Spa, N. Y. ; began practice of med. in Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1857; editor of the Buffalo Med. Journ., 1857-60; prof, of 
Physiology, Med. Dept, Univ. of Buffalo, 1858-59; vis. surg. Buffalo 
Gen. Hosp., 1858; prof, of Physiol. N. Y. Med. Coll.; prof, of 
Physiol. New Orleans Sch. of Med. ; act. asst. surg. U. S. Gen. Hosp. 
N. Y. ; prof, of Physiol., etc., and one of the founders of the Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Coll.; prof, of Physiol. L. I. Coll. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. 
Y., and Cornell Univ. Med. Coll. ; vis. and cons. phys. to Bellevue 
Hosp. ; cons. phys. to Class of Nervous Diseases, Bellevue Hosp. 
Disp. ; surg.-gen. State of N. Y. ; examining phys. Conn. Mut. Life 
Ins. Co., N. Y. office, etc. ; mem. of the Am. Med. Assn. ; pres. State 
Med. Assn. ; Am. Philos. Soc. ; Am. Medico-Psychol. Assn. ; Am. 
Assn. for the Advance of Sci. ; corresp. of the Acad, of Nat. Sci., 
Phila., Pa. ; hon. mem. of the Am. Acad, of Med. ; editor of the first 
volume of Transactions of New York State Med. Assn., 1885. 
Author: Physiology of Man, 1866; Man. of Chemical Exam, of 
Urine in Disease, 1870, and other works. Residence: 60 E. 34th St., 
N. Y. City. 

FLINT, Joseph Marshall; physician; b. Chicago, 111., 1872; s. Francis 
Flint and Sarah E. Dan Flint ; ed. Chicago pub. schs., and Lake 
Forest Acad.; Princeton Univ., 1891-93; Univ. of Chicago, 1893-95; 
Munich, 1896; Johns Hopkins Univ., 1896-1900; Leipzig, 1900; 
grad. B.S., Univ. of Chicago, 1895 ; M.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 
1900; M.A., Princeton, 1900; m. 1903, Anne Aracilla Apperson, 
Hacienda del Poz de Verona, Verona, Cal. ; asst. in Anat, L T niv. of 
Chicago, 1897-98; asst. Johns Hopkins Med. Commission to the Phil- 
ippines, 1899; associate in Anat. Univ. of Chicago, 1900-01 ; prof, of 
Anat., Univ. of Cal., 1901-02; U. S. Marine Hosp., special plague 
duty, San Francisco, spring of 1901 ; mem. Yellow Fever Inst.; 
Manila Med. Soc; Faculty Club, Univ. of Cal.; Assn. Am. Ana- 
tomists. Clubs: University; San Francisco; Princeton; New York; 
Sigma Chi. Author: a great many articles published in the leading 
med. journs. ; editor American Journal of Anatomy. Residence: 
permanent European address until 1907, Armstrong & Co., 19 Rue 
Scribe, Paris. 

FLYNN, William; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1850; s. P. H. Flynn and 
Margaret C. Flynn ; grad. A.B., A.M., DePauw Univ. ; unmarried; 
post-grad, work Louisville Med. Coll., and Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 
N. Y. City; Prof. Physical Diagnosis and Diseases of the Chest, 


Med. Dept. Univ. of Indianapolis ; mem. of various med. socs. Resi- 
dence: 3rd and Washington Sts., Marion, Ind. 

FOLSOM, Charles Follen; physician; b. Haverhill, Mass., 1842; s. 
Nathaniel Folsom and Ann Wendell (Penhallon) Folsom; ed. acad., 
Harvard; grad. M.D., Harvard Med. Sch., 1870; studied Vienna 
and Berlin, 1873-74; Munich,' 1879; m. 1886, Martha Tucker Wash- 
burn, Middleborough, Mass. ; lecturer on Hygiene, Harvard Med. 
Sch., 1877-82; lecturer and asst. prof. Mental Diseases there, 1879- 
88 ; cons, phys., Boston City Hosp. ; mem. Am. Acad, of Arts and 
Sciences ; Assn. Am. Phys. ; Am. Medico-Psychol. Assn. ; Soc. for 
Med. Improvement, etc. Author: numerous articles, editorial and 
otherwise, in med. journs. Residence: 15 Marlborough St., Boston, 

FOSTER, Burnside; physician; b. Worcester, Mass.; s. Dwight 
Foster and Henrietta P. (Baldwin) Foster; ed. pub. schs. of Bos- 
ton; grad. Yale Univ., 1882; M.D., Harvard Med. Sch., 1886; post- 
grad, work in Vienna, Dublin and Paris; m. 1904, Sophia V. Ham- 
mond ; prof. Dermatology, Univ. of Minn. ; lect. on History of 
Medicine, same univ. ; mem. Minn. State Med. Assn. ; Ramsey Co. 
Med. Soc. Editor: St. Paul Medical Journal. Residence: 107 Far- 
rington Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

FOSTER, Littleberry Stainback; physician; b. Mathews Co., Va., 
1856; s. Capt. John Foster and Nancy Foster; ed. in private sch. 
and Randolph Macon Coll., 1873-76; grad. Univ. City of New York, 
1879; m. 1 88 1, Agnes Dixon, Savannah, Ga. ; post-grad, work, 
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1880-81 ; director Eastern 
State Hosp.; supt. Eastern State Hosp. since 1899; mem. Am. 
Medico-Psychol. Assn.; Virginia Med. Soc, etc. Residence: Wil- 
liamsburg, Va. 

FOSTER, William A.; physician; b. Denmark, Europe, 1856; s. A. 
P. Foster and Kiturah Foster; ed. high sch., Tonica, 111., and 
Shurtleff Coll., Upper Alton, 111.; grad. St. Louis, Mo., 1880; 
widower; prof. Surg., K. C. Hahnemann Med. Coll. ; cons. Gynecol., 
Hosp. for Women and Children ; pres., Mo. Inst, of Homeo. ; ex- 
pres. Mo. Valley Homeo. Assn. ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Kan. 
State Homeo. Med. Soc, etc Residence: 1003 Brooklyn Ave., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

FOSTER, William Davis; physician; b. Birmingham, Iowa, 1841 ; s. 
Joseph Foster and Elizabeth (Kummler) Foster; ed. pub. schs. of 
Birmingham and Birmingham Acad., 1855-57; grad. M.D., Homeo. 


Med. Coll. of Missouri, 1869; m. 1878, Grace Church, Kansas City, 
Mo.; prof, of Surg., Homeo. Med. Coll. of Mo., 1889-1901 ; dean 
of Faculty, Kansas City Homeo. Med. Coll., 1897-99; chief surg. 
Kansas City, Osceola and Southern R. R., 1893-98; mem. (Sen.) 
Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Internat. Med. Congress, Basel, Switzerland, 
1886; Kan. State Homeo. Soc. ; Internat. Assn. Railway Surgs. 
Clubs: Loyal Legion ; Commandery of Mo. ; Sons of Revolution ; 
Pa. German Soc. Author: var. contribs. on surgical topics to med. 
journs. Residence: 2125 Warwick Boul., Kansas City, Mo. 

FOX, George Henry; physician; b. Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1846; s. 
Norman Fox and Jane Freeman Fox; grad. Univ. of Rochester, 
1867; M.D., Univ. of Pa. 1869; A.M., Univ. of Rochester, 1870; 
m. 1872, Harriet Gibbs, Titusville, Pa.; prof. Dermatology, Coll. 
Phys. and Surgs., N. Y., enlisted in 77th N. Y. Vol., 1864, mus- 
tered out, 1865 ; pres. Med. Soc. Co. of N. Y. ; pres. Med. Soc, State 
of N. Y. ; mem. N. Y. Acad. Med. ; Am. Derm. Assn., etc. Clubs: 
University; Camera. Author: Photographic Atlas of the Diseases 
of the Skin, 1900. Residence: 18 E. 31st St., New York City. 

FOWLER, George Bingham; physician; b. Macon Co., Ala., 1847; 
s. Edmund Fowler, M.D., and Margretta (Tittle) Fowler; ed. pub. 
schs. of N. Y., and Westfield Acad., Mass.; partial course, Coll., 
City of N. Y., 1869; grad. M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 
1871; A.B., Coll., City of N. Y., 1894; m. 1870, Anna Prince, 
N. Y. City ; cons. phys. to Bellevue and the French Hosps. ; prof. 
Med. Post-grad. Sch. and Hosp. ; quiz-master in Chem. and Physiol- 
ogy, Coll. Phys. and Surgs.; curator, Coll. Museum, 1872-76; vis. 
phy., N. Y. Dispensary, 1872-76, and N. Y. Infant Asylum, 
1880-90; adjunct prof. Diseases of Children and Physiologic Chem., 
N. Y. Polyclinic, 1883-85 ; asst. ed., Am. Journ. of Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women and Children, 1880-86; founder and ed. of the 
Dietetic Gazette, 1887; health commr., N. Y. City, 1895-98; mem. 
State Bd. of Health, 1895-98; mem. Tenement House Comm., apptd. 
by Gov. Roosevelt, 1899; P res - Med. Soc. of the County of N. Y., 
1899-1901 ; mem. Co. Med. Soc. ; State Med. Soc. ; Fellow N. Y. 
Acad, of Med. ; Alumni Bellevue Hosp. ; Am. Therapeutic Soc. ; Med. 
Soc. Greater N. Y., etc. Author: many valuable articles published in 
the leading med. journs. Residence: 18 E. 58th St., N. Y. City. 

FOWLER, James Kingston; physician; b. Woburn, Bedfordshire, 
1852; s. of James Fowler, of Woburn, and Frances Sargeant, of 
Bedford ; ed. King's Coll., London ; Gonville and Caius Coll., Camb. ; 


grad. M.A., M.D., (Cantab.), F.R.C.P.; mem. of the Senate of 
Univ. of London; sen. phys. to the Middlesex Hosp. and Hosp. for 
Consumption, Brompton; exam, of officers for promotion in the 
R.A.M.C. ; phys. to the Clergy Mut. and Metrop. Life Ass. Socs. ; 
pres. Clin. Soc. of Lond.; formerly house surg. and house phys., 
King's Coll. Hosp. and Addenbrooke's Hosp., Camb. ; pathologist 
and curator of Museum, Westminster and Middlesex Hosps., and 
lect. on Practice of Med. and on Pathology; exam, in Med., 
Univ. of Camb. and Conjoint Examining Board in Eng. ; v.-pres. and 
sec. of the Med. Soc. of Lond.; sec. of the Clin. Soc. of Lond. 
Author: The Diseases of the Lungs (with R. J. Godlee) ; editor of 
a Dictionary of Practical Medicine; Arrested Pulmonary Tubercu- 
losis; A Descriptive Catalogue of the Museum of the Middlesex 
Hosp., etc. Clubs: Conservative; New University; Beefsteak; Old 
Hawking. Address: 35 Clarges St., London, Eng. 

FRANCIS, Elmer E.; physician; b. Madison, Ind., 1863; s. Walter 
Scott Francis and Amy (Firth) Francis; ed. com. schs. of Somer- 
set, Ky.; grad. Cinn. Coll. Med. and Surg., 1884; post-grad. Univ. 
of Louisville, Ky., 1885 ; m. 1890, Mabel Haines, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
demonstrator of Anat., Memphis Hosp. Med. Coll., 1888-97; prof. 
Anat. there since 1897. Club: Business Men's. Residence: 729 
Mississippi Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

FRICK, William; physician; b. Liberty, Mo., 1857; s. William Frick 
and Ann (Hablit) Frick; ed. Providence dist. sch., near Liberty, 
Mo., and Central Wesleyan Coll.; grad. B.S., Central Wesleyan 
Coll., 1879; M.D., St. Louis Med. Coll., 1884; A.M., Central Wes- 
leyan Coll., 1892; m. 1886, Lydia Schaffnet, St. Louis, Mo.; prof, 
of Dermatology, Kan. Sch. of Med. ; lecturer on Dermatology, Kan. 
City Training Sch. for Nurses and Training Sch., St. Joseph's 
Hosp. ; mem. A. M. A. ; Mo. State Med. Assn. ; Jackson Co. Med. 
Soc; Am. Assn. for the Advancement of Sciences. Author: 
contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1231 Paseo St., Kansas City, 

FRIEDENWALD, Julius; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1866; s. Dr. 
Aaron Friedenwald and Bertha (Bomberger) Friedenwald; ed. 
City Coll., Baltimore, and Johns Hopkins Univ., 1884-88; grad. 
A.B., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1887; A.M., Loyola Coll., Baltimore, 
1894; M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Baltimore, 1890; m. 1900, 
Ester Lee Rohr, Baltimore, Md. ; prof. Diseases of the Stomach, 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Baltimore; director Clinical Laboratory, 


Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Baltimore; vis. phys., City Hosp. and Bay 
View Hosp. ; consultant in Digestive Diseases, Union Protestant 
Infirmary and St. Agnes Hosp.; mem. Am. Gastro-Enterological 
Assn.; Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Acad, of Med.; Med. and Chir- 
urgical Faculty of Maryland. Clubs: Johns Hopkins; University. 
Author: Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis (with Dr. H. S. Bret and 
Dr. H. U. Knapp), 1902; (with Dr. John Ruhrah) Diet in Health 
and Disease, and Dietetics for Nurses, Phila., 1905 ; and a great 
many important papers contributed to the leading med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 32 W. Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. 

FULLER, William; physician; b. Clay Co., Mo., 1864; s. Alfred 
Fuller and Elizabeth Fuller; ed. com. schs. of Lawson, Mo., 1873-81 ; 
Central Coll., Mo., 1881-84; grad. Rush Med. Coll., 1887; specialist 
in surg. ; m. 1901, Jael Gentry; at present prof, of Clinical Surg., 
Chic. Clinical Sch. ; prof. Clinical Surg., Dearborn Med. Coll. ; ad- 
junct prof. Operative Surg., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. (Med. Dept.) 
Univ. of Illinois ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Chic. Med. Assn. ; Or- 
thopedic Soc. Club: Physicians. Author: var. papers contrib. to 
med. journs. Residence: 302 E. 49th St., Chicago, 111. 

FULLERTON, Anna M.; physician; b. Agra, United Provinces, India, 
1853; d. Rev. Robert Stewart Fullerton and Martha (White) Ful- 
lerton; ed. chiefly at home, in India and at the Woodstock Sch., 
Himalaya Mts. ; grad. Woman's Med. Coll. of Pa., 1883 ; studied in 
Vienna, 1883-84; unmarried; phys.-in-charge of Woman's Med. 
Coll. of Pa., 1886-96; was first demonstrator in Obstetrics, and later 
clinical prof, of Gynecol, in the Woman's Med. Coll. of Pa., until 
1899; went to India and was connected with the N. India Med. 
Sch. for Women, 1899-1901, as prof, of Obstetrics and Gynecol.; 
has done med. mission work at Fatehgarh, U. P., India. Author: 
Obstetrical Nursing, Phila., Surgical Nursing, same; and various 
papers upon obstetrical subjects. Residence: Fatehgarh, United 
Provinces, India. 

GAIRDNER, Sir William Tennant; K.C.B., LL.D.,F.R.S. ; physician ; 
b. Edinburgh, 1824; s. of John Gairdner, M.D. ; ed. Edinburgh Univ. ; 
m. 1870, Helen Bridget Wright of Norwich; resident medical officer, 
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, 1846; hon. phys. in ordinary to the 


King in Scotland; hon. cons. phys. Western Infirmary, Glasgow; 
pres. British Med. Assn., 1888; pathologist, 1848; phys., 1853; 
extra-mural lecturer in Edinburgh on Prac. of Med. and Clin. 
Med. till 1862; chief medical officer to the City of Glasgow, 
1863-72; prof, of Med., Univ. of Glasgow, 1862-1900 (retired). 
Author: Public Health in Connection with Air and Water, 1862; 
Clinical Medicine, 1862; The Physician as Naturalist, 1889; and 
very numerous medical memoirs, etc. Club: University, Edin. 
Address: 32 George Square, Edin., Scotland. 

GALABIN, Alfred Lewis; physician; b. 1843; *■ of Thomas Galabin; 
ed. Marlborough; Trinity Coll., Cambridge; grad. as Wrangler and 
1st Class Classic, 1866; m. Harriett Mignon Baily, Lydiard Tregoz, 
Wilts; cons, obstetric phys. to Guy's Hosp. ; Scholar, Fellow, and 
Wrangham Gold Medallist of Trinity Coll., Cambridge; M.A., M.D., 
Cambridge; F.R.C.P., London, 1878; pres. of Obstet. Soc. of Lon- 
don, and of Hunterian Soc. Author: Manual of Midwifery, sixth 
edition, 1904; Diseases of Women, sixth edition, 1903 ; various papers 
on Obstetric Medicine; invented a Cardiograph. Address: 49 Wim- 
pole St., London ; Tapley, Bishopsteignton, S. Devon, Eng. 

GALBRAITH, Anna M.; physician; b. Carlisle, Pa., 1859; d - Thomp- 
son Moore Galbraith and Elizabeth (Woods) Galbraith; ed. Cum- 
berland Co., Pa., pub. schs. ; Vassar Coll., 1875-79; grad. M.D., 
Woman's Med. Coll., Pa., 1884; post-grad, work, Vienna Hosp., 
1884-86; Woman's Hosp., Munich, 1886; gynecol. clinician and asst. 
to gynecol. staff, Woman's Hosp., Phila., 1886-88; instr. Clinical 
Med., Woman's Med. Coll. of N. Y. Infirmary, 1889-94; attending 
Phys., Neurol. Dept., N. Y. Orthopedic Hosp. Dispensary since 
1889; unmarried; mem. Woman's Med. Soc, N. Y., N. Y. Co. 
Med. Soc. ; Fellow, N. Y. Acad, of Med. ; ex-pres., Alumnae Assn. ; 
Woman's Med. Coll. Author: Hygiene and Physical Culture for 
Women, New York, 1895 ; The Four Epochs of Woman's Life ; A 
Study in Hygiene, Phila, 1901, and an extensive contributor to med. 
journs. Residence: 15 W. 91st St., N. Y. City. 

GALLOWAY, William Lincoln; physician; b. St. Louis, Mo., i860; 
s. William Galloway and Phoebe (Lidbury) Galloway; ed. pub. 
schs. and high sch. of St. Louis, Mo.; grad. Boston Univ. Sch. of 
Med., 1888; m. 1889, Ellen M. Maunder, Chic, 111.; mem. St. 
Louis Homeo. Soc; Mo. Inst, of Homeo. ; Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; 
prof, of Dermatology in the Homeo. Med. Coll. of Mo. Residence: 
1232 Taylor Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 


GAMGEE, Arthur; physician; b. 1841 ; ed. Univ. Coll. Sch. ; Edin- 
burg Univ.; m. 1875, Mary Louisa Clark; F.R.C.P., F.R.S., hon. 
LL.D. (Edin.) ; emeritus prof, of Physiology, Owens Coll.; in prac- 
tice as phys., and engaged in original research in Physiology and 
Physiological Chemistry; asst. to Prof, of Med. Jurisp. in Edin- 
burgh Univ., 1863-69; first Brackenbury prof, of Physiology 
in Owens Coll., 1873 ; Fullerian prof, of Physiology, Royal Insti- 
tution of Great Britain, 1882-85 ; asst. phys. and lect. on Mat. Med., 
St. George's Hosp., London ; form, examiner in the Univs. of Edin- 
burgh and London, and in Final Honor Sch. of Nat. Sci., Univ. 
of Oxford; delivered the Croonian lecture of the Royal Soc. for 
1902 ; is conducting an inquiry "On the present state of our knowl- 
edge of the Physiology of Nutrition" for the Carnegie Institution 
of Washington. Author: trans, and edit. Hermann's Human Physi- 
ology (1st ed. 1875, 2nd ed. 1878) ; Text-book of the Physiological 
Chemistry of the Animal Body, 1880-93 ; original papers on Physi- 
ology, and especially Physiological Chemistry. Club: Royal Socie- 
ties. Address: Villa Miguel, Montreux, Switzerland. 

GANT, Frederick James; ed. King's Coll. and Univ. Coll., London; 
F.R.C.S. ; cons. surg. ; fifty years connected with the Royal Free 
Hosp., and held every office on the medical staff; retired as senior 
surg. Author: The Science and Practice of Surgery, 3rd edition; 
The Principles of Surgery — Clinical, Medical, and Operative; What 
a Piece of Work is Man ; The Lord of Humanity, 3rd edition ; 
From Our Dead Selves to Higher Things; Modern Natural The- 
ology; The Mystery of Suffering; Perfect Womanhood; Woman's 
Past Work and Latent Capabilities; Mock Nurses of the Latest 
Fashion. Address: 16 Connaught Square, W., London, Eng. 

GARDNER, Henry Willoughby; physician; phys. Salop Infirmary; 
cons. phys. Salop Children's Convalescent Home; mem. Roy. Coll. 
Surgs. ; London Roy. Coll. of Phys. Author: Malaria, 1900. Ad- 
dress: 23 St. John's Hill, Shrewsbury, Eng. 

GARRIGUES, Henry Jaques; physician; b. Copenhagen, Denmark, 
1831 ; s. Jaques Louis Garrigues and Cecilia Olivia (Duntzfelt) 
Garrigues; ed. Metrop. Coll., Copenhagen; grad. A.B., 1849; A.M., 
1863; M.D., Univ. of Copenhagen, 1869; m. 1868, Louise Riemer, 
Halle an der Saale, Germany ; obstetric surg., N. Y. Maternity Hosp., 
1881 ; visiting obstetrician, N. Y. Infant Asylum, 1884; gynecol., 
German Hosp., 1885 ; prof. Obstetrics ; prof. Post-Grad. Med Sch. 
Hosp., 1886; gynecol., St. Mark's Hosp., 1890; cons, obstet. surg., 


N. Y. Maternity Hosp., 1892 ; prof. Gynecol, and Obstet., N. Y. Sch. 
for Clinical Med., 1896; cons, gynecol., St. Mark's Hosp., 1904. He 
performed the first "Improved Cesarian Section" in the U. S., Oct. 
6, 1882; introduced antiseptic midwifery in America, 1883, and per- 
formed the first Symphyseotomy in the City of N. Y., Dec, 1892; 
mem. Am. Gynecol. Soc. ; Edinburgh Obstetrical ; Coll. Phys. Germ. 
Disp., N. Y. ; ex-pres. Germ. Med. Soc.; ex-pres. Germ. Socio- 
Scientific Union. Author: Gastro-Elytrotomy, 1878; Diagnosis of 
Ovarian Cysts, N. Y., 1882; Practical Guide to Antiseptic Mid- 
wifery, 1886; Text-book Diseases of Women, Phila., 1894; Gyne- 
cology, Medical and Surgical, 1904, etc., and various papers con- 
tributed to the med. journs. Residence: 210 West 4th St., N. Y. 

GARRETT, R. W.; physician; b. Township of Brock, County of North 
Ontario, 1853; ed. Preliminary Ontario Coll., Picton; M.A., Trinity 
Coll., Toronto; M.D., Queen's Univ., Kingston, Ontario; m. 1887, 
M. L. Kirkpatrick; prof, of Obstetrics, Queen's Univ., Kingston, 
Canada ; prac. in Kingston ; prof, of Anat., Women's Med. Sch. ; 
demonstrator of Anat. in the Royal Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. ; prof, 
of Anat.; senior surg., Kingston Gen. Hosp.; Surg.-Major in the 
14th Batt., Princess of Wales' Own Rifles. Author: Medical and 
Surgical Gynecology; editor, Kingston Medical Quarterly. Club: 
Fourteenth. Address: 52 Johnson St., Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

GARROD, Archibald E.; physician; b. 1857; s. of Sir Alfred B. 
Garrod, M.D. ; ed. Marlborough; Christ Church, Oxford; St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hosp.; m. 1886, Laura E. Smith; M.A., F.R.C.P.; asst. 
phys. to St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; phys. to Hosp. for Sick Children, 
Great Ormond St. Address: 9 Chandos St., Cavendish Square, W., 
London, Eng. 

GASKELL, Walter Holbrook; physician; b. Naples, 1847; s. of John 
Dakin Gaskell, barrister, and Anne Gaskell ; ed. Sir Roger Chol- 
meley's Sch., Highgate; Trin. Coll., Camb., 1865; Univ. Coll. Med. 
Sch.; hon. LL.D.,Edinburgh, 1894; hon. LL.D., M'Gill Univ., Mon- 
treal, 1897; m - l8 75> Catharine Sharpe Parker; M.A., M.D., LL.D., 
F.R.S. ; Univ. lect. in Physiology, Cambridge, since 1883 ; Fellow and 
Prelector in Natural Science, Trinity Hall; Marshall Hall Prize, 
1888; Fellowship at Trinity Hall, 1889; gold medallist, Roy. Soc, 
1889; Baly medallist, 1895. Author: numerous papers in the Journ. 
of Physiology, Trans, of the Roy. Soc. ; Quarterly Journ. of Microsc 


Sci. ; Brain; Journ. of Anat. and Physiology, etc. Club: Savile. 
Address: The Uplands, Great Shelford, near Cambridge, Eng. 

GAY, George Washington; physician; b. Swanzey, N. H., 1842; s. 
Willard Gay and Fanny (Wright) Gay; ed. com. schs. of Swanzey; 
Powers Inst., Bernardston, Mass., and Mt. Caesar Sem., Swanzey, 
N. H.; grad. M.D., Harvard Med. Sch., 1868; A.M., Dartmouth 
Coll., 1895; m. 1st, 1868, Mary C. Hutchinson, Mitford, N. H. ; 
2nd, 1875, Grace Greenleaf Hathorne, Boston, Mass. ; senior surg. 
Boston City Hosp. ; lecturer Surg., Harvard Med. Sch. ; mem. Brit. 
Med. Assn.; Am. Med. Assn.; Mass. Med. Soc. Clubs: St. 
Botolph; New Hampshire; Chestnut Hill, etc. Residence: Chest- 
nut Hill, Mass. 

GEE, Samuel J.; physician; hon. phys. to H.R.H., the Prince of 
Wales since 1901 ; Fellow and formerly Censor of the Royal Coll. 
of Phys. of London; phys. to St. Bartholomew's Hosp., London. 
Author: Auscultation and Percussion, 4th ed., 1893; Medical Lec- 
tures and Aphorisms, 1902; and other contributions to medical 
science. Address: 31 Upper Brook St., W., London, Eng. 

GEIGER, Jacob; physician; b. Oberman, Germany, 1848; ed. com. 
schs. of Homer, 111., 1860-65; grad. Univ. of Louisville, Ky., 1872; 
m. 1888, Louise Kollatz; post-grad. LL.D., Park Coll., Parkville, 
Mo., 1897; pres. Mo. State Med. Assn., 1897; prof. Principles and 
Practice of Surg., Ensworth Med. Coll., St. Joseph, Mo., for 25 
years and held the same chair in the med. dept., St. Louis Univ. 
for the past 15 years. Clubs: Lotus; Elks; Century and Benton. 
Editor: surg. dept. St Joseph Med. Herald. Residence: 1033 Faraon 
St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

GEOHEGAN, William Anthony; physician; b. Paris, 111., 1859; s. 
William H. Geohegan and Lydia A. Geohegan; ed. com. schs. of 
Paris, 111.; grad. Pulte Med. Coll., 1882; m. 1892, Mary M. Prue; 
prof. Practice of Medicine, Pulte Med. Coll. ; ex-pres. Homeo. Med. 
Soc. of Ohio; Miami Valley Homeo. Med. Soc, etc. Residence: 
820 Mt. Hope Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

GERRISH, Frederick Henry; physician; b. Portland, Me., 1845; s. 
Oliver Gerrish and Sarah (Little) Gerrish; ed. Bowdoin Coll., 
1862-66; grad. A.B., Bowdoin Coll., 1866; A.M., 1869; M.D., 1869; 
LL.D., Univ. of Mich., 1904; LL.D., Bowdoin Coll., 1905; m. 
Emily Manning Swan, Portland, Me. ; Fellow Am. Surg. Assn. ; 
mem. Societe Internationale de Chirurgie ; Assn. of Am. Anatom- 
ists; Acad, of Med., pres., 1887-88; Am. Soc. of Naturalists; Me. 


Med. Assn., pres., 1901-02; Am. Pub. Health Assn.; Soc. for 
Psychical Research; Me. Hist. Soc; Me. Genealogical Soc; Me. 
State Bd. of Health, pres., 1885-89; overseer Bowdoin Coll. since 
1886; consulting surg. Me. General Hosp. ; prof. Mat. Med., and 
Therap., Bowdoin Coll., 1873-81; prof, of Anat., 1882-1905; prof, 
of Surg., 1905. Author: Prescription Writing, Portland, Me., 1877; 
Antiseptic Surgery, (trans, from Champoiniere), and edited, Port- 
land, Me., 1881 ; Text-Book of Anatomy by American Authors, 
edited, Phila., 1899; an< ^ various papers on med., surg., and so- 
ciologic subjects. Residence: 675 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

GIBSON, David M.; physician; b. Swanwick, 111., 1867; s. Capt. Alex- 
ander Gibson and Eliza (Gaston) Gibson; ed. com. schs. of Sparta, 
111.; grad. Homeo. Med. Coll. of Mo., 1890; m. 1900, Mrs. Emma 
Wheat, St. Louis, Mo.; prof. Surgery, Homeo. Med. Coll. of Mo., 
1895-1905; mem. St. Louis Homeo. Med. Soc. ; Mo. Inst, of Homeo.; 
Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Children's Hosp. Alumni Assn. Editor: The 
Clinical Reporter; and a writer of special papers on epilepsy and 
convulsions. Residence: 241 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

GIBSON, George Alexander; physician; b. Kelliebank, Muckhart, 
Perthshire, 1854; s. of George Gibson, solicitor, Alloa, and Jane 
Rae Brown; ed. Dollar Acad.; Univs. of Glasgow, Edinburgh (Fal- 
coner Memorial Fellow, 1874-77), and Berlin, and med. schs. of 
London and Dublin; m. Lucy Jane Phillips, Atherstone, Warwick- 
shire; res. phys., Roy. Infirmary, 1877; demons, of Anat., Univ. of 
Edin., 1877-78; asst. phys., Gen. Hosp., Birmingham, 1878-79; lect. 
in Edin. Med. Sch., 1881 ; asst. phys., Roy. Infirmary, 1890; phys., 
1900; phys., Deaconess Hosp., 1894; consult, phys., 1897; examiner 
in Med., Univ. of Edin., 1897-1901 ; inspector of examinations for 
Gen. Med. Coun., 1899-1901 ; sec, Roy. Coll. of Phys., Edin., 1884- 
94; mem. of Council of the Coll. since 1894, and Morison lecturer, 
1901-2; D.Sc Ed., F.R.C.P. Ed.; F.R.S. Ed.; hon. member Norwich 
Med. Chir. Soc. ; Membre correspondant d'honneur de la Societe de 
Therapeutique de Paris ; Fellow and Member many societies in Eng- 
land and Scotland; phys. to Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh; con- 
sulting phys. to Deaconess Hosp. ; lecturer on Med. in Sch. of Med. 
of Royal Colls. ; hon. Med. Ref. Nat. Hosp. for Consumption, Vent- 
nor ; ed. of the Edin. Med. Journ. since 1896 ; director of the Town 
and Gown Assn. of Edinburgh ; examiner in Med. in the Univ. 
of Oxford. Author: Physical Diagnosis (jointly), 1890; Cheyne- 
Stokes Respiration, 1892; Diseases of the Heart and Aorta, 1898; 


The Nervous Affections of the Heart, 1904 ; editor of Text-Book of 
Medicine, 1901. Club: University, Edinburgh. Address: 3 Drums- 
heugh Gardens, Edinburgh. 

GIBSON, Samuel C; surgeon; b. Steelville, Mo., 1857; s. Dr. Alex- 
ander Gibson and Haney C. (Halbert) Gibson; ed. Steelville Acad., 
and Mo. Sch. of Mines; grad. Mo. Med. Coll., 1879; m. 1882, Mary 
Ellen Roycroft, Fort Redding, Cal. ; pres. Nevada State Bd. of 
Health ; chief surg., New Cal. and Ore. R. R. Co. ; supt. Nev. State 
Hosp. for Mental Diseases ; mem. Nev. State Med. Soc. ; Nat. R. R. 
Surg. Soc. ; Cal. State Med. Soc. Author of several monographs on 
med. subjects. Residence: Nevada Hosp. for Mental Diseases, Reno, 

GILBERT, Oscar Monroe; physician; b. Fulton, Mo., 1873; s. Wil- 
liam S. Gilbert and Mildred D. Gilbert; ed. private schs. and Univ. 
of Colo. ; grad. Barnes Med. Coll. ; m. 1902, Rachel Agnes Kirk- 
bride, Boulder, Colo. ; post-grad, work, Johns Hopkins Med. Sch., 
1902; N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch., 1902; Chic. Polyclinic, 1903; 
mem. Univ. Scientific Soc. ; Colo. Chapter Sigma Chi ; pres. Boulder 
Co. Med. Soc; lecturer on Osteology, Barnes Med. Coll., 1898-99; 
demonstrator and lecturer of Anatomy, Univ. of Colo., 1900-03 ; 
prof, of Anat., Univ. of Colo., 1903-05. Author: contribs. to the 
med. journs. Residence: 1224 Pine St., Boulder, Colo. 

GILBERT, Richard B.; physician; b. Taylorsville, Ky., 1842; s. 
Samuel Gilbert and Nancy (Gill) Gilbert; ed. pub schs. of Taylors- 
ville, Ky. ; grad. Med. Dept., Univ. of Louisville; m. 1869, Josephine 
Beard, Harvesville, Ky. ; post-grad., N. Y. Polyclinic, 1885 ; acting 
asst. surg., U. S. A., 1868; State Med. Exam., 1881-82; on Bd. Pen- 
sion Exam. Surgs., 1885-89; at present demonstrator of Anat. and 
prof. Diseases of Children in the Med. Dept. of the Univ. of Louis- 
ville ; mem. Jefferson Co. Med. Soc. ; Ky. State Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. 
Assn., etc. Author: various papers contributed to the med. journs. 
Residence: 712 3rd Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

GILLESPIE, A. Lockhart; F.R.C.P.E., F.R.S.E. ; physician ; b. Edin- 
burgh, 1865 ; s. of James Donaldson Gillespie, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., 
and Georgina Cadell of Ratho, Midlothian ; ed. Cargilfield and Fettes 
Coll., Edinburgh; Edinburgh Univ., Berlin, and Prague; m. 1894, 
Mabel Margaret Cunynghame, Forfarshire (d. 1903) ; med. registrar, 
Roy. Infirmary, Edin. ; med. offic. to Donaldson's Hosp., the Edin- 
burgh Merchant Co., Assn. for the Relief of Incurables, and the Dun- 
lop Cancer Fund ; examiner in Mat. Med. for the R.C.P., Ed. ; prize- 


man in Clinical Med., 1888; res. phys. Roy. Infirmary, Edin., 1888-89; 
Roy. Hosp. for Sick Children, 1889; Maternity Hosp., Edin., 1890; 
M.B., CM., 1888; M.D. (gold medallist), Edin. Univ., 1891 ; prize- 
man, Roy. Coll. of Phys., Edin., 1894 and 1897; Freelands-Barbour 
fellowship, R.C.P.E., 1894; lecturer on Mat. Med., 1896; lecturer on 
Modern Gastric Methods, Edin. Post-graduate Sch., 1894; mem. 
of several societies in Scotland; phys. to the English and Scottish 
Law Life Assurance Assn. for Scotland ; medical referee Sun, Star, 
and New York Life Assn. Author: Nat. Hist, of Digestion, 1898; 
Manual of Gastric Methods, 1899; asst. ed. for med. to Edin. Med. 
Journ., 1897; various contribs to med. lit., chiefly in connection with 
digestive processes. Club: New, Edinburgh. Address: 12 Walker 
St., Edinburgh, Scotland. 

GLAISTER, John; physician; b. Lanark, 1856; s. of Joseph Glaister 
and Marion Hamilton Weir; ed. Grammar Sch., Lanark; Univ. of 
Glasgow; m. Mary Scott Clark, late of Canada; M.B., F.F.P.S., 
Glas. ; D.P.H., Camb.; F.R.S.E., F.C.S.; prof, of Forensic Medicine, 
Univ. of Glasgow, since 1898; medallist in Surgery, Clin. Med., and 
Mat. Med. ; lecturer in Med. Jurisp. and Hygiene, Roy. Infirmary Sch. 
Med., 1881 ; prof, of Med. Jurisp. and Pub. Health, St. Mungo's Coll., 
Glasgow, 1888; police div. surg., Glasgow; exam, in Med. Jurisp. 
and Pub. Health to the Royal Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. of Edinburgh, 
and the Faculty of Phys. and Surgs. of Glasgow, 1883 and 1888. 
Author: William Smellie and his Contemporaries: a Contribution to 
the Literature of Midwifery of the Eighteenth Century, 1894; A 
Manual of Hygiene for Students, 1897; Text-Book of Medical Juris- 
prudence, Toxicology, and Public Health, 1902. Clubs: Conservative, 
Art, of Glasgow. Address: 3 Newton Place, Glasgow, W. ; Uni- 
versity, Glasgow; Carronhill, Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. 

GLYNN, Thomas Robinson; physician; F.R.C.P. ; ed. St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hosp., Paris ; prof, of Med., Liverpool Univ. ; consulting 
phys., Roy. Infirmary, Liverp. Address: 62 Rodney St., Liverpool, 

GODLEE, Rickman John; surgeon; ed. Univ. Coll., Gower St.; m. 
Juliet Mary Seebohm, Herts; B.A., M.S., F.R.C.S.; hon. surg. in 
ordinary to the King ; Fellow of Univ. Coll. ; Fellow of Roy. Med. 
and Chirurg. Soc. ; Holme prof, of Clin. Surg., Univ. Coll., London, 
and surg. at Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; mem. of Council, Royal Coll. of 
Surgs. Author: numerous works on prof, subjects. Address: 19 
Wimpole St., London, W., Eng. 


GODSON, Clement; physician; b. 1845; s - °f ^ ate Charles Godson, 
F.R.C.S., Eng.; ed. King's Coll. Sch., London; M.R.C.P., St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hosp. ; CM., Aberdeen Univ. ; m. Alice Tritton, Bognor, 
Sussex; cons. phys. to City of London Lying-in Hosp., and to 
several other charitable institutions ; elected the first Asst. Phys.- 
Accoucher to St. Bartholomew's Hosp., held for sixteen years; 
examiner in Obstet. in the Univs. of Aberdeen and Durham, and 
pres. of the Brit. Gynecol. Soc. ; vice-pres. of the League of 
Mercy; Surg.-Lt.-Col. 18th Middlesex R. V. Regt. Author: nu- 
merous papers on obstet. med. and surg. Clubs: Junior Carlton, 
Beefsteak. Address: 82 Brook St., Grosvenor Square, London, Eng. 

GOFFE, J. Riddle; physician; b. Kenosha, Wis., 1851 ; .y. William 
Goffe and Betsey D. Goffe ; ed. Kenosha high sch., 1869 ; grad. Ph.B., 
Univ. of Michigan, 1873; M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Sch., 1881 ; 
m. 1890, Eleanor Taylor, New York City; prof. Gynecology, 
Woman's Hosp. in State of N. Y., 1883; N. Y. Polyclinic; visiting 
Gynecol., N. Y. Hosp. ; N. Y. Skin and Cancer Hosp. ; consulting 
Gynecol., Mt. Vernon Hosp., and St. Joseph's Hosp., Yonkers; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; N. Y. Acad, of Med. ; ex-pres., Woman's 
Hosp. Alumni; pres. N. Y. Obstet. Soc, 1905; pres. N. Y. State 
Med. Assn., 1905. Clubs: University; charter mem. Squadron A., 
N. Y. City. Author: articles on Diseases of Women, Wood's Hand- 
book of Medicine. Residence: 29 W. 46th St., New York City. 

GOODE, Rhett; physician; b. Mobile Co., Ala., 1852; obtained a 
commercial ed. in Spring Hill Coll.; studied med. in 1868 under Dr. 
J. T. Gilmore; grad., 1871 ; demonstrator of Anat. in Ala. Med. 
Coll., 1885-91 ; succeeded Prof. C. Toxey as prof, of Anat., same 
Coll. to present; chief surg. of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Co., 
and the Mobile, Jackson and Kansas City Railroad Co., and surg. 
for the Southern R'y Co. Residence: Mobile, Ala. 

GOODHART, James Frederic; physician; b. London, 1845; m - Emma 
Sandford Bennett, Ashgrove, Herfordshire; LL.D., Aberdeen; 
F.R.C.P. ; cons. phys. to Guy's Hosp., the Evelina Hosp. for Sick 
Children, Roy. Hosp. for Incurables; Fern. Orph. Asy., Beddington, 
and the Spurgeon Orph. Asy. ; Fellow of the Roy. Med. and Chirurg. 
Soc, and many other med. socs. ; pres. Harveian Soc, 1898. Author: 
Common Neuroses; Student's Guide to the Diseases of Children; 
many medical addresses. Club: Conservative. Address: 25 Port- 
land Place, W., London, Eng. ; Cedars, Lyndhurst. 

GOODWIN, Frederick William; physician; b. Baie de Verte, N. B., 


1857; s - Rufus W. Goodwin and Rebecca (Goodwin) Goodwin; ed. 
com. schs. of Baie de Verte until 1873 ; Acad., Amherst, N. S., 1874- 
76; Acadia Coll., 1876-78; Mount Allison, N. B., Coll., 1878-79; grad. 
Halifax Med. Coll., 1885; m. 1886, Jennie Greig, Halifax, N. S.; 
M.R.C.S., England; R.C.P., London, 1899; prof, pharmacology 
and therapeutics, Halifax Med. Coll. ; exam, in mat. med. and thera- 
peutics, Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, N. S. ; exam, in mat. med., therap., 
and pharmacy for Provincial Med. Board of N. S. Author: mono- 
graphs and papers contributed to the Canadian med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 77 Hollis St., Halifax, N. S. 

GOULD, George Milbry; eye specialist; b. Auburn, Me., 1848; s. 
George Thomas Gould and Eliza Ann (Lapham) Gould; ed. pub. 
schs. of Athens, O.; grad. A.B., Ohio Wesleyan Univ., 1873; M.D. 
degree, Jefferson Med. Coll., 1888; m. 1876, H. F. Cartwright, Pome- 
roy, O. ; ophthalmologist, Phila. Hosp., 1892-94; pres. the Am. Acad, 
of Med., 1893-94; is a mem. of the Univ. and Art Clubs of Phila.; 
Fellow of the Coll. of Phys. of Phila. ; mem. Am. Ophthalmological 
Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; etc. Author: with Dr. L. Webster Fox, A 
Quiz Compend. of Diseases of the Eye, 1888; with Dr. W. L. Pyle, A 
Compound of Diseases of the Eye and Refraction, 1897; A New 
Medical Dictionary, 1890; Twelve Thousand Medical Words Pro- 
nounced and Defined, 1892; Thirty Thousand Words Pronounced and 
Defined, 1898; The Meaning and the Method of Life, 1893 ; An Illus- 
trated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology, etc., 1894; (fifth edition, 
1900) ; The Students' Medical Dictionary, 1896; the same revised and 
enlarged, 1904; A Supplement to the Illustrated Dictionary of Medi- 
cine, 1904; Borderland Studies, 1896; Anomalies and Curiosities of 
Medicine ; American Year Book of Medicine and Surgery, 1896 to 
1905 ; Suggestions to Medical Writers, with Dr. W. L. Pyle ; A Cyclo- 
pedia of Practical Medicine and Surgery, 1900 ; Biographic Clinics, 
1903-1905 ; History of Jefferson Medical College, 1904. Editor Medi- 
cal News, 1891-95; of the Phila. Med. Journ., 1898-1900; and at 
present editor of American Medicine. Residence: 1631 Locust St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

GOW, William John; physician; b. Cheltenham, 1863; s. of Rev. John 
Gow, B.A. ; ed. privately; Owens Coll.; St. Bartholomew's Hosp., 
Lond. ; F.R.C.P. ; obstetric phys. to Queen Charlotte's Hosp., St. 
Mary's Hosp., and to the Royal Hosp. for Women and Children; 
Fellow of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical, Obstetrical, and other Socs. ; 
mem. of the Royal Institution; of the staff of St. Mary's Hosp., 


1892. Author: papers on med. and surg. subj. in various trans, and 
periodicals. Clubs: Junior Athenaeum, New Vagabonds'. Address: 
27 Weymouth St., W., London, Eng. 

GOWERS, Sir William Richard; K.B. ; physician ; b. London, 1845 ; * 
of William Gowers and Ann Venables ; ed. Christ Church Coll. Sch., 
Oxford; Univ. Coll., London; m. Mary Baines, Leeds, 1875; 
F.R.S. ; cons. phys. Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; phys. Nat. Hosp. for Para- 
lysed and Epileptic; Guardian Ass. Co. Author: Manual of Dis- 
eases of the Nervous System, 2nd edit. 1893 ; Diagnosis of Diseases 
of the Brain, 1885 ; Epilepsy and other Chron. Convulsive Diseases, 
1881 ; Diagnosis of Diseases of the Spinal Cord, 1880; Manual and 
Atlas of Medical Ophthalmoscopy, 3rd edit. 1892 ; the Dynamics of 
Life, 1894, and other works on Diseases of the Nervous System, the 
Heart, etc. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 50 Queen Anne St., Lon- 
don, Eng. 

GRADLE, Henry; physician; b. Frankfort, Germany, 1855; s. B. 
Gradle and Rosa (Schottenfels) Gradle; ed. priv. coll., Chicago; grad. 
M.D., Chi. Med. Coll., 1874; studied at Vienna, Heidelberg, Leipsic 
and Paris, 1875-77; m - 1881, Fanny Searls; formerly prof, of physi- 
ology, later of hygiene, and now prof, of ophthalmology and otology, 
North West. Univ. Med. Sch. ; mem. Chi. Med. Soc. ; Chi. Ophthalm. 
Soc. ; Chi. Neurolog. Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Heidelberg Ophthalmol. 
• Soc. Author: Bacteria and the Germ Theory of Disease, Chicago, 
1882; Diseases of the Nose, Pharynx, and Ear, Phila., 1903; and 
various papers on diseases of the eye, ear, and nose, contributed to 
the leading med. journs. Residence: 165 Eugenie St., Chicago, 111. 

GRAHAM, Alois Bachman; physician; b. Madison, Ind., 1870; s. 
Major Thomas Graham and Agnes (Walker) Graham; ed. pub. schs. 
of Madison, Ind., 1885-91 ; grad. Med. Coll. of Indiana, 1894; post- 
grad. Univ. of Bonn, Germany; Univ. of Berlin, 1897-98; m. 1902, 
Aimee Bindley, Terre Haute, Ind.; prof. Gastro-Intestinal Diseases, 
the Med. Coll. of Indiana; mem. Indianapolis Med. Soc; Ind. State 
Med. Soc; Am. Med. Assn. Author: numerous articles published 
in the med. journs. Residence: 20 W. 16th St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

GRANT, Henry Horace; physician; b. Petersburg, Ky., 1853; s. Dr. 
E. L. Grant and Jane R. (Prest) Grant; ed. com. schs. of Oxford, 
O. ; and Danville, Ky. ; grad. Danville, 1875; M.D. degree Jefferson 
Med. Coll., 1878; m. 1887, Leila Onsley, Burkesville, Ky. ; demon- 
strator anat., Ky. Sch. of Med., 1880-83; demonstrator surg., Ky. 
Sch. of Med., 1884-93 ; prof. prin. and pract. of surg., Hosp. Coll. of 


Med., 1893 ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Ky. State Med. Soc. ; Southern 
Surg, and Gynecol. Assn.; etc. Author: Surgical Diseases of the 
Mouth, Face and Jaws; editor Louisville Monthly Journal of Med- 
icine and Surgery; contribs. to the surg. journs. Residence: 1234 
3rd St., Louisville, Ky. 

GRANT, Sir James Alexander; K.C.M.G. ; physician; b. Inverness, 
1830; ed. Queen's Coll., Kingston, Ont. ; London; Edinburgh; m. 
Maria Mullock, 1855; cons, phys., Governor-General of Canada; 
M.P. (Canadian) for Co. of Russell, 1865-73; Ottawa, 1892-96; in- 
troduced Pacific Railway Bill to construct the present Trans-Con- 
tinental Railroad, 1872; pres. Tuberculosis Assn. of Can., 1901-02; 
pres. Royal Soc. of Can., 1903. Author: essays on med., surg., and 
sci. subjs. in the journs. of Can., U. S., and Eng. ; Organic Heart 
Disease (Montreal Med. Mag., Dec, 1897). Club: Rideau, Ottawa, 
Canada. Address: 150 Elgin St., Ottawa, Canada 

GREEN, Charles Montraville; physician; b. Medford, Mass., 1850; .?. 
George Bent Green and Melinda (Wetherbee) Green; ed. pub. schs. 
Medford and Boston Latin Sch., 1867-70; grad. A.B., Harvard Coll., 
1874; M.D., Harvard Coll., 1877; m. 1876, Helen Lincoln Ware, 
Boston, Mass., studied obstetrics and gynecol. in Europe, 1879; asst. 
prof, of obstetrics and clinical gynecology, Harvard Univ., since 1894, 
and secy, of the faculty of med., Harvard Univ. ; senior visiting phys., 
gynecol. dept., Boston City Hosp. ; Fellow Am. Gynecol. Soc. ; mem. 
Mass. Med. Soc. ; Colonial Soc. of Mass. ; Soc. Colonial Wars ; Sons 
Am. Revolution ; Bostonian Soc. Author: various monographs, pa- 
pers on med. subjects, reviews, etc. Residence: 78 Marlborough St., 
Boston, Mass. 

GREEN, John Orne; physician; b. Lowell, Mass., 1841 ; s. John Orne 
Green and Jane (McBurney) Green; ed. com. schs. of Lowell; Phil- 
lips Exeter Acad., 1858-59; grad. Harvard Univ., 1863; A.M., M.D., 
Harvard, 1866; unmarried. Studied aural surg. in Berlin, Vienna, 
and Wiirzburg and Paris, 1866-68; settled in Boston. Clinical prof, 
of otology in Harvard till 1904 ; advisory surg., Boston City Hosp. ; 
consulting surg., Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Mass. 
Gen. Hosp., etc.; mem. M.M.S.S. ; Am. Otological Soc; Med. Inf. 
Soc. ; Soc. for Med. Observation ; Boston Soc. of Med. Sciences. 
Clubs: Union, Boston Athletic. Author: Monographs and various 
contributions to med. journs. Residence: 182 Marlborough St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

GREEN, Samuel Abbott; physician; b. Groton, Mass., 1830; s. Joshua 


Green and Eliza (Lawrence) Green ; ed. St. Lawrence Acad., 1838- 
47; grad. Harvard, 185 1; A.M. and M.D., Harvard, 1854; LL.D., 
Univ. of Nashville, 1896; studied in Paris, 1854-55; began practice 
in Boston, 1856; surg. 29th Mass. militia, 1858; surg. four years in 
army, (War of the Rebellion); city phys., 1871-82; unmarried; 
librarian and vice-pres. Am. Antiq. Soc. ; mem. Am. Philos. Soc, 
Phila. ; overseer of Harvard Coll. for 29 years; mayor of Boston, 
1882; trustee Peabody Educn. Fund. Club: St. Botolph, Boston. 
Author: Hist, of Medicine in Mass., 1881 ; many valuable works relat- 
ing to the history of Groton, Mass., from 1868 to 1903. Residence: 
72 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass. 

GREENFIELD, William Smith; physician; ed. Univ. Coll. London 
F.R.S. Edin.; M.D. Lond. ; F.R.C.P. Lond. and Edin. ; M.R.C.S. 
prof, of Pathology and Clinical Med., Edinburgh Univ., since 1881 
Fellow Univ. Coll. Lond., of R. Med. and Chir., of Path., of Clin., of 
R. Micr. Socs. ; late asst. phys. and lecturer on Path. Anat, St. 
Thomas' Hosp. ; supt. of Brown Inst. Author: A transl. of Magnan 
on Alcoholism; On Alcohol (Health Primer) 1878; Lencereaux's 
Atlas of Path. Anat. (trans.) 1880; Report on Pysemia for Path. 
Soc. and Local Govt. Board, 1879. Address: 7 Heriot Row, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

GRIFFIN, Herbert Spohn; physician; b. County Brant, Prov. of Ont., 
1854; s. Rev. W. S. Griffin, D.D., and Mary Margaret (Spohn) 
Griffin ; ed. com. schs. of Port Hope, Guelph, to 1870 ; grad. Toronto 
Univ.; B.A., 1874; M.B., 1878; Victoria Univ.; M.D., CM., 1880; 
post-grad, work, Univ. of N. Y., and Johns Hopkins Univ.; m. 1st, 
1884, Carrie M. Moore, died, 1892; 2nd, 1895, Alice Edith M. Rob- 
inson, Hamilton, Ont. ; mem. Dominion Med. Soc. ; Ontario Med. 
Soc. ; mem. of the Council of the Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. of On- 
tario ; pres. Hamilton Med. Soc, 1905 ; Cor. Fellow Am. Assn. Gyne- 
cologists and Obstetricians; surg. St. Joseph's Hosp., Hamilton; 
Gynecologist to Hamilton City Hosp. ; hon. Lt.-Colonel and Surg. 
13th Reg., Canada. Residence: 157 Main St., E. Hamilton, Ont. 

GRIFFITH, T. Wardrop; physician; ed. Aberdeen Univ.; senior asst. 
phys. and hon. Pathologist, General Infirmary, Leeds ; hon. phys. 
Leeds Public Dispensary. Address: 43 Park Square, Leeds, Eng. 

GRIFFITH, Walter Spencer Anderson; physician; ed. St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hosp.; M.B., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S.; phys. Queen Charlotte's 
Lying-in Hosp. ; late Obstetric Phys. St, Bartholomew's Hosp. Ad- 
dress: 96 Harley St., London, Eng. 


GRINDON, Joseph; physician; b. St. Louis, 1858; s. Arthur St. Leger 
Grindon and Kilis (Dupavillon) Grindon; ed. St. Louis pub. schs. ; 
grad. St. Louis Med. Coll., 1879; Ph.B., St. Louis Univ., 1884; m. 
1903, Lina Boisliniere, St. Louis, Mo. ; prof, physiology, Med. Dept. 
Washington Univ., 1894-95; prof, clinical dermatology and syphilis, 
Washington Univ., since 1899; pres. Med. Soc. of City Hosp. 
Alumni, St. Louis, 1897; pres. St. Louis Med. Soc, 1899; mem. Am. 
Dermatolog. Soc. ; St. Louis Acad, of Science. Club: Engelman 
Botan. Author: Am. Text-Book of Genito-Urinary Diseases; 
Syphilis and Diseases of the Skin, Phila., 1898; Diseases of the 
Skin, Phila., 1902; and various papers contributed to the med. journs. 
Residence: 3946 West Belle PL, St. Louis, Mo. 

GRINKER, Julius; physician; b. in Germany, 1867; s. Reuben Grin- 
ker and Minnie Grinker ; ed. com. schs. of Koenigsberg, and Koenigs- 
berg Coll., 1885 ; grad. Univ. City of New York, Med. Dept., 1891 ; 
Rush Med. Coll., 1895 ; post-grad, work, Univs. of Vienna and Ber- 
lin, on nervous and mental diseases ; m. 1899, Minnie Friend, Chicago, 
111. ; prof, nervous and mental diseases, Chicago Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch. ; asst. clinical prof, nervous and mental diseases, Northwestern 
Univ. Med. Sch. ; neurologist to Cook Co. Hosp. ; mem. Chicago Med. ; 
Neurological; 111. State Med., and Am. Med. Assns. Club: Physi- 
cians'. Author: various papers on nervous diseases contributed to 
leading med. journs. Residence: 667 N. Robey St., Chicago, 111. 

GROSS, William Otto; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1861 ; ed. com. 
schs. of Buffalo, N. Y. ; grad. Fort Wayne, Ind. ; Ph.G., N. Y. Coll. 
of Pharmacy ; A.M., Taylor's Univ., Upland, Ind. ; prof. chem. and 
toxicol., Fort Wayne Coll. of Med. ; ex-pres. Ind. State Pharm. Assn. ; 
pres. Gross Pharmacy; vice-pres. Fort Wayne Freie Presse. Author: 
monographs on acids, etc. Residence: 930 Barr St., Fort Wayne, 

GROSVENOR, Lemuel Conant; physician; b. Paxton, Mass., 1833; s. 
Silas Newton Grosvenor and Mary (Conant) Grosvenor; ed. Willis- 
ton Sem., East Hampton, Mass., high sch., Worcester, Mass., grad. 
Cleveland, O., Homeo. Coll., 1864; practiced, Peoria, 111., 1864-68; 
Galesburg, 111., 1868-70; since resident in Chicago; lectured on Anat. 
and Morbid Anat., Hahnemann Med. Coll., and prof, obstetrics and 
sanitary science, Chi. Homeo. Coll. ; m. 1865, Ellen M. Prouty, Dor- 
chester, Mass. (died, 1874) ; 2nd, 1876, Naomi Josephine Bassett, 
Taunton, Mass. ; was three times pres. of Chi. Acad, of Homeo. Phys. 
and Surgs. ; three years pres. Am. Paidological Soc. ; mem. Am. Inst. 


Homeopathy. Author: Our Babies; Chats with Young Mothers; 
The Sanitation and Technique of the Lying-in-Room, etc. Resi- 
dence: 185 Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 111. 

GRUBBE, Emil Herman; specialist in Electro-Therapeutics; b. Chi- 
cago, 111., 1875; s. Albert Grubbe and Bertha (Rutz) Grubbe; ed. 
pub. schs. of Chicago to 1887; Valparaiso Coll., 1890-95 ; Ph. G.,B.S., 
M.S.; grad. M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 1898; in. 1899, 
Clara Antonia Jensen, Pentwater, Mich. ; mem. Internat. Electrical 
Congress, St. Louis, 1904; pres. 111. X-Ray and Electro-Thera- 
peutic Laboratory; vice-pres. and prof, of Radiography and X-Ray 
Therapeutics, 111. Sch. of Electro-Therapeutics; prof. Electro-Thera- 
peutics, Hahnemann Med. Coll. ; joint author of Electro-Therapeutical 
Practice, Chicago, 1902; and has contributed a great many papers on 
the X-Ray to the med. journs. Residence: 2960 Indiana Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

GRUBE, Willis Webster; physician; b. Punxsutawney, Pa., 1858; s. 
George Grube and Catherine Grube ; ed. com. schs. of Punxsutawney, 
Pa. ; grad. Waynesbury Coll., 1883 ; M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 
1892; m. 1886, Lillie Garrett, Greenfield, Mo.; prof, of physiology, 
Med. Dept., Toledo Univ. Author: A Compendium of Practical Med- 
icine, Toledo, 1897; editor Am. Med. Compend. Residence: 1502 
Collinwood Ave., Toledo, O. 

GUERIN, Hon. James J.; physician; b. 1856; s. of late Thomas 
Guerin, Chief Hydraulic Engineer of the Dept. of Public Works of 
Canada, and Mary Macguire; ed. Montreal Coll.; M'Gill Univ.; 
M.D., CM., 1878; m. 1883, Mary O'Brien, (d. 1886) ; prof, of Clin. 
Med., Laval Univ., Montreal ; head phys. of the Hotel-Dieu Hosp., 
Montreal; LL.D. Laval Univ., Que., 1902; mem. the Legislative 
Assembly of the Prov. of Que., 1895 ; Executive Council of the 
Prov. of Que. ; Council of Pub. Instruction of the Prov. of Que. 
Address: 909 Dorchester St., Montreal, Canada. 

GUTHRIE, Leonard George; M.A. ; physician; b. 1858; ^. of late 
Thomas Anstey and Augusta Guthrie, of Kensington; ed. King's 
Coll. Sch. ; Magdalen Coll., Oxford Univ. ; St. Bartholomew's Hosp., 
London ; unmarried; Oxon, F.R.C.P. Lond. ; senior phys. Children's 
Hosp., Paddington Green; Phys. Hosp. for Epilepsy and Paralysis, 
Regent's Park; cons. phys. Home of Rest for the Dying, Clapham, 
and Potter's Bar Cottage Hosp. Author: various contributions to 
med. journs. and socs. Address: 15 Upper Berkeley St., Portman 
Square, London, Eng. 



HABERSHON, Samuel Herbert; physician; b. 1857; s. of late Dr. S. 
O. Habershon, formerly senior phys. to Guy's Hosp. ; ed. Univ. Coll. 
Sch. ; grad. M.D., Trin. Coll., Camb., Nat. Sci. Tripos, 1879 ; m. Cath- 
erine, d. of late Richard Davies, M.P., Lord-Lieut, of Anglesey; 
Kirke's gold medallist; Lawrence Scholar and gold medallist St. 
Bart's Hosp., 1884; late casualty phys. St. Bart's Hosp.; phys. to 
the Marylebone Gen. Dispensary and to the Royal Hosp. for Diseases 
of the Chest, City Road; M.A., F.R.C.P. Lond.; M.R.C.S. Eng.; 
phys. to Brompton Hosp. for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest. 
Club: Reform. Address: 88 Harley St., Cavendish Square, London, 

HADLEY, W. J.; physician; b. Gloucester; ed. Durham (first in hon- 
ors, M.B., and gold medal, M.D.) and Gottingen Univs. ; grad. Lon- 
don Hosp. Late Pathologist to Vict. Park Chest Hosp. ; Curator of 
Museum, lecturer on Bacteriology and Hygiene, lecturer on Pa- 
thology, London Hosp.; m. Mrs. Ernest Charrington, d. of H. T. 
Wells, R.A.; F.R.C.S. Eng.; F.R.C.P. Lond.; D.P.H. Camb.; lecturer 
on Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, London Hosp. ; phys. Chest 
Hosp., Victoria Park. Author: Fibroid Diseases of the Lung, in- 
cluding Fibroid Phthisis (with Sir Andrew Clark and Dr. Chaplin) ; 
Diseases of Respiration, Medical Annual; Nursing, Gen. Med., and 
Surg., 1901 ; various papers in med. and sci. journs. Address: 33 
Queen Anne St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

HAGADORN, Jesse Lee; physician; b. Vassar, Mich., 1872; s. Wesley 
Hagadorn and Adelaide (Le Seur) Hagadorn ; ed. Lansing, Mich., 
high sch., and Parker's Acad., Pasadena, Cal. ; grad. Med. Dept., 
Univ. of So. Cal., 1893; m. 1895, Ethyl Priest, Fullerton, Cal.; 
asso. prof, med., Med. Dept. Univ. of So. Cal. ; mem, A.M.A. ; State 
Med. Soc, Cal. ; So. Cal. Med. Assn. ; L. A. Co. Med. Assn., etc. 
Residence: 1929 So. Burlington Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

HAINES, Oliver Sloan; homeo. physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., i860; 
ed. com. schs., Friends, central and high schs. ; grad. Hahnemann 
Med. Coll. of Pa., 1882; visiting phys. Hahnemann Hosp., Phila.; 
prof, therapeutics, Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila. Residence: 137 
North 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

HALL, William Bonnell; physician; b. Loundes Co., Ala., 1866; s. 
William B. Hall, M. D., and Susan Joliet (Anderson) Hall; ed. 
priv. schs. and Academic Dept. Univ. of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. ; 


grad. M.A., Univ. of the South, 1885; M.D., Univ. of Va., 1890; m. 
1898, Irene S. Ellerbe, Greensboro, Ala.; asst. phys. Ala. Insane 
Hosp., 1891-93; prof, physiology and materia medica, Univ. of the 
South since 1893; health officer, 1893-1903; mem. Am. Assn. for the 
Advancement of Science. Residence: Sewanee, Term. 

HALLIBURTON, William D.; physician; b. London, i860; s. of 
Thomas Halliburton ; ed. Univ. Coll. Sch. ; grad. M.D., Univ. Coll., 
London; m. Anne Dawar, Cornwall, 1886; prof, of Physiology, 
King's Coll., London, 1890-1903; F.R.S. ; mem. Senate, Univ. of 
London, 1900-03; Council, Royal Soc, 1898-1900, also 1903-04; 
pres. Physiological Section, British Assn., 1902. Author: Text- 
Book of Chemical Physiology and Pathology, 1891 ; Essentials of 
Chemical Physiology, 5th ed. 1904; Hand-book of Physiology, 5th 
ed. 1902; Chemical side of Nervous Activity (Croonian Lectures, 
Royal Coll. Phys., 1901) ; num. contribs. to sci. liter., pub. chiefly in 
the Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Soc. and Journal of 
Physiology. Address: Church Cottage, Marylebone, London, Eng. 

HARDON, Robert Wallace; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1864; s. 
Henry C. Hardon and Anna Wallace (Wilson) Hardon; ed. pub. and 
high schs. of Newton, Mass. ; Mass. Inst. Technology, 1879-85 ; 
grad. Harvard Univ. Med. Dept., 1893 ; unmarried; instructor dis- 
eases of the nose, throat and chest, and demonstrator of anatomy at 
Rush Med. Sch., 1893-98; prof, orthopedic surgery, Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch. ; attending surg. Cook Co. Hosp., Post-Grad. Hosp., and Drexel 
Sanitarium; mem. Northwestern Alumni Soc. of Mass. Inst. Tech- 
nology. Clubs: Hamilton; Ills. Athletic; Calumet; New England. 
Author: Laparotomy Convalescence, Detroit, 1903 ; contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: 3663 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HARE, Hobart Amory; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1862; s. Rt. 
Rev. William Hobart Hare and Mary Amory (Howe) Hare; g. s. 
Rt. Rev. Mark Anthony de Wolfe Howe (bishop Central Pa.) ; grad. 
M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1884; B.S., 1885 ; Jefferson Med. Coll., 1893 ; w. 
1884, Rebecca Clifford Pemberton, Philadelphia, Pa. ; prof, chil- 
drens' diseases, Univ. of Pa., 1890; since then prof, therapeutics, Jef- 
ferson Med. Coll. ; mem. Coll. Phys., Phila. ; Assn. of Am. Phys. 
Clubs: Phila. Union League; Univ.; Corinthian; Yacht. Author: 
Text-Book of Practical Thoughts, 1890; A System of Therapeutics, 
1 89 1 ; A Text-Book of Practical Medicine, 1895 ; A Text-Book of 
Practical Diagnosis, 1896; Medical Complications of Typhoid Fever, 
1899; The National Dispensatory (with Profs. Caspari and Rusby), 


all pub. in Phila. ; editor University Medical Magazine, 1888-89; 
Medical News, 1889; Therapeutic Gazette, to date; Progressive Med- 
icine, to date. He has taken many prizes from Univs. and Med. 
Socs., Am. and foreign; also prizes for med. essays. Residence: 
1801 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

HARISON, Beverley D.; physician; b. Canton, N. Y., 1855 ; s. Minturn 
Harison and Susan M. (Drake) Harison; ed. Bishop's Coll. Sch., 
Quebec, and Trinity Coll. Sch., Mt. Hope ; Academic course, Trinity 
Coll., Toronto; grad. M.S., 1882; M.D., 1901 ; m. 1889, Josephine 
Lister, Toronto, Ont. ; ex-pres. U. P. Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. Mich. 
State Med. Soc. ; mem. A.M.A. ; vice-pres. Mich. Branch Nat. Red 
Cross Soc. ; ex-pres. and pres. Board of Trustees, Upper Peninsula 
Hosp. for the Insane, Newberry, Mich. ; mem. and secy. Mich. State 
Board of Registration in Medicine ; secy. Am. Confederation of Re- 
ciprocating, Examining and Licensing Medical Board. Clubs: Sainte 
Marie; Country. Author: various contribs. to the med. press. Resi- 
dence: Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

HARLAN, George Cuvier; physician (eye specialist) ; b. Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1835; s. Dr. Richard Harlan and Margaret (Simmons) Harlan; 
ed. Del. Coll.; grad. med. dept., Univ. of Pa., 1858; held several 
hosp. appointments before the Civil War; was med. officer on gun- 
boat Union; 3 years surg. nth Pa. Cav. ; ophthalmic surg., Pa. 
Hosp. ; consulting oculist, Pa. Instn. for Blind, and Pa. Instn. for 
Deaf and Dumb ; formerly surg. to Wills' Eye Hosp. ; eye and ear 
surg. to Children's Hosp., and prof, diseases of the eye in Phila. 
Polyclinic; ex-pres. Am. Ophthal. Soc. Author: articles on ophthal- 
mology contrib. to text-books and med. journs. Residence: 151 5 
Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

HARLEY, Vaughan; physician ; b. London, 1863 ; .?. of late Dr. George 
Harley, F.R.S., and Emma Muspratt, Seaforth Hall; ed. Edinburgh 
Univ., Paris, Leipzig, Vienna, Buda Pest, Turin, etc. ; grad. M.D., 
Edinburgh, gold medallist ; bronze medallist in pathology ; Grocer 
Research scholarship; studied at foreign univs., 1888-92; since 1892 
practising in London. M.R.C.P. ; prof. Univ. Coll. ; consulting phys. 
Author: numerous articles in Royal Soc. Transactions, English and 
foreign physiological journs., and med. papers. Address: 25 Harley 
St., London; Walton Hall, Bletchley, Bucks, Eng. 

HARRINGTON, Charles; physician; b. Salem, Mass., 1856; .y. George 
Harrington and Delphia Rose Eugenie (Sandray) Harrington; ed. 
priv. schs., and Salem high sch.; Bowdoin Coll., 1873-74; grad. Har- 


vard Coll., 1878; Harvard Med. Sell., 1881 ; studied Univs. of Leip- 
zig, Strassburg, Munich, 1881-83 ; m. 1884, M. Josephine Jones, Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; asst. in chemistry, 1883 ; later instructor, and since 1899 
asst. prof, of hygiene, Harvard Med. Sch. ; mem. Am. Pub. Health 
Assn. ; Am. Assn. of Pathologists and Bacteriologists ; Am. Chirur- 
gical Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Social Science Assn., etc. Clubs: 
St. Botolph; Union; Papyrus; Boston; and Strollers (New York). 
Author: Practical Hygiene, Phila., 1901 ; and numerous contribs. to 
the med. journs. Residence: 57 Orchard St., Jamaica Plains, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

HARRINGTON, Daniel Winfred; physician; b. New London, Wis., 
i860; s. M. J. Harrington and Mary Harrington; ed. pub. schs. of 
Wisconsin, and Univ. of Mich. ; grad. M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
New York, 1888; A.B., Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ., 1896; post-grad. 
course, Columbia Univ.; A.M. 1897; post-grad, work in Europe, 
1897; prof, physiology and biology, Milwaukee Med. Coll.; m. 1900, 
Margaret EHz. McGregor ; mem. Wis. State Med. Soc. ; Milwaukee 
Co. Med. Soc. ; and Milwaukee Med. Soc. Author: various papers 
contrib. to the med. journs. Residence: 1102 Wells St., Milwaukee, 

HARRIS, Thomas; physician; (Lond.), F.R.C.P. ; lion. phys. Man- 
chester Royal Infirmary ; lecturer on Diseases of the Respiratory 
Organs, Owens Coll., Manchester. Address: Owens Coll., Man- 
chester, Eng. 

HARRIS, William John; homeo. physician; b. Shrewsbury, Eng., 
1852; s. Thomas Harris and Martha Gould Harris; ed. gram, sch., 
London, Eng., and City of London Coll. ; grad. Homeo. Med. Coll. 
of Missouri, 1875; Post-Grad. Med. Coll., Missouri, 1884; m. 1878, 
Jessie Fremont Gibbs, St. Louis, Mo. ; ex-prof, genito-urinary surg. 
Homeo. Med. Coll. of Missouri ; surg. to the Christian Hosp. ; visited 
European Hosps., 1880 and 1894. Author: Administration of Anes- 
thetics, 1879; Rational Use of Alcohol, 1879; Hygiene of Consump- 
tion, 1892; papers to Journ. of Obst, Gynec. and Pediat. Residence: 
3574 Lucas Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

HARRISON, Reginald; physician; b. Shropshire; s. of late Rev. 
Thomas Harrison, Stafford; ed. Rossall ; m. Jane Baron. Liverpool; 
Knight of Grace, St. John of Jerusalem ; formerly surg. Liverpool 
Royal Infirmary, and lecturer on Clinical Surg, in Victoria Univ.; 
Hunterian prof, of Surg., 1890; pres. of Med. Soc. of London, 1896; 
vice-pres. Royal Med.-Chir. Soc, 1898; F.R.C.S. ; past vice-pres. and 


mem. of Council of the Royal Coll. of Surgs. ; surg. to St. Peter's 
Hosp. Author: various works relating to the Practice of Surgery. 
Clubs: Athenaeum, Garrick, M.C.C. Address: 6 Lower Berkeley 
St., London, Eng. 

HARRISON, Virginius; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1865; s. Dr. 
Virginius Harrison and Louisa Harrison ; cd. com. schs. and McCabe 
Univ. Sch. ; A.B., M.A., Emery and Henry Coll., Va. ; M.D. ; grad. 
Univ. of Va., 1887 ; m. 1900, Maria Keecer, New York City ; prof, 
materia medica and therapeutics, Univ. Coll. of Med.; phys. to Va. 
Hosp. ; and Methodist Orphanage. Residence: 2706 Grace St., Rich- 
mond, Va. 

HARSHA, William Mclntire; surgeon; b. Ohio, 1855; s. William B. 
Harsha and Rachel Harsha ; ed. Northwestern Univ. ; grad. Chicago 
Med. Coll., med. dept. Northwestern Univ., 1883; m. 1880, Adelia 
S. Hutchinson, Lebanon, O. ; prof, operative and clinical surgery, 
Coll. Phys. and Surg., Med. Coll., Univ. of 111. ; chief of surg. staff, 
Lakeside Hosp. ; consulting surg. to the Woman's Hosp. ; attending 
surg. Chicago Hosp. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Acad, of Med. ; 
Miss. Valley Med. Assn. ; 111. State Med. Soc. ; Chicago Med. Soc. ; 
Chicago Surg. Soc. Clubs: Physicians'; Press; Illinois Athletic. 
Author: various contribs. to the med. journs. Residence: 4201 
Grand Boul., Chicago, 111. 

HARTLEY, Frank; surgeon; b. Washington, D. C. ; s. John F. Hart- 
ley and M. D. King; ed. Emerson Inst., Washington, and Princeton 
Univ.; grad. 1877, Princeton; post-grad. Columbia Univ. Sch. Med., 
N. Y., 1880; m. 1899, Emma Allyce Purler, N. Y. ; studied at Vienna, 
Heidelberg and Berlin; vis. surg. Bellevue, Memorial, and Skin and 
Cancer Hosps., 1884 to 1888; asst. surg. Roosevelt Hosp., 1898, etc.; 
cons. surg. Nyack and Memorial Hosps. ; clinic prof, of surgery, Coll. 
Phys. and Surg., N. Y. ; mem. Clin. Soc, N. Y., etc.; Am. Med. 
Assn. Author: many important papers on surgical subjects in 
med. journs. Residence: 61 W. 49th St., New York City. 

HATTIE, William Harop; physician; b. Picton, N. S., 1870; ^. George 
Hattie and Agnes (Mackeen) Hattie; ed. com. schs.; New Glasgow 
and Picton Acad. ; grad. M.D., CM., M'Gill Univ., 1891 ; m. 1897, 
Eva Merkle Grant, New Glasgow, N. S. ; appointed supt. N. S. Hosp. 
for Insane, 1898; prof, medicine Halifax Med. Coll., 1899; mem. 
British Med. Assn.; Am. Medico- Psychological Assn.; N. S. Inst, 
of Science, etc. Author: various articles, especially on psychiatrical 
subjects, contrib. to med. journs. Residence: Nova Scotia Hosp., 
Halifax, N. S. 


HAWKINS, Francis Henry; physician; s. of late Henry John Haw- 
kins, descendant Admiral Sir John Hawkins; ed. privately; grad. 
M.D., Univ. of Edinburgh, Vienna and Berlin; m. Louisa Maud 
Maclean ; phys. to the Royal Berkshire Hosp. ; late phys. to the North 
London Hosp. for Consump. and Diseases of the Chest, and phys. 
to Out- Patient Hosp. for Epilepsy and Paralysis ; formerly res. phys. 
to the Royal Infirmary, Edin., and house phys. to the Brompton Cons. 
Hosp.; mem. M.R.C.P., London; Fellow of the Royal Med. and 
Chirurgical and other learned societies. Author: various med. sub- 
jects. Address: 73 London St., Reading, Eng. 

HAWKINS, Thomas Hayden; physician; b. Kentucky, 1849; s. John 
Hawkins and Elizabeth Stoaghill Hawkins ; ed. Zimville Acad. ; A.M., 
DePauw Univ.; grad. M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1873; m. 
1877, Cecile Feickert, New York City ; prof. gyn. and abdominal 
surgery, Gross Coll. of Med., Univ. of Denver for 15 years; 
chief of staff, St. Anthony's Hosp., Denver, 12 years; mem. Am. 
Med. Assn. ; Co. and State Socs. ; Denver Acad, of Med., etc. ; founder 
of the Denver Medical Times, editor since 1882. Residence: 1740 
Welton St., Denver, Colo. 

HAWLEY, Clark W.; physician; b. Jefferson, O., 1854; s. Sidney B. 
Hawley and Mary Ann (Webster) Hawley ; ed. pub. schs. of Aurora, 
111., and Mich. Univ.; grad. Rush Med. Coll., 1885; m. Edna V. Chit- 
tenden, Bristol, 111. ; prof, ophthalmology, Post-grad. Med. Sch. of 
Chicago; mem. Chicago Med., Chicago Ophthal. and Otol., Fox 
River Valley Med., Am. Med. Assns., and 111. Med. Soc. Clubs: 
LaGrange; Athletic. Has contributed to med. journs. Residence: 
LaGrange, 111. 

HAWLEY, Donly Curtis; physician; b. Fletcher, Vt, 1855; s. Curtis 
F. Hawley and Louise A. (Brynton) Hawley; early ed. New Hamp- 
ton Inst., Fairfax, Vt, and Barre Acad., 1874; grad. A.B., Univ. of 
Vt., 1878; M.D., med. dept., Univ. of Vt., 1884; m. 1878, Jessie R. 
Hill, Burlington, Vt. ; pres. U. S. board ex. surgs. for pensions ; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Acad, of Med. (vice-pres., 1903) ; Vt. 
State Med. Soc. ; Burlington Chemical Soc. ; ex-pres. Am. Pub. 
Health Assn. ; attending surg. Mary Fletcher Hosp. and Fanny Allen 
Hosp.; mayor of Burlington, 1901-02. Clubs: Ethan Allen (vice- 
pres., 1900-01 ; pres., 1902) ; Algonquin. Author: various papers, 
chiefly on surgery, contributed to med. journs. Residence: 204 
Pearl St., Burlington, Vt. 

HAYES, Thomas Crawford; physician; ed. King's Coll.; prof, of 


Midwifery, King's Coll., London; phys. Accoucheur and phys. for 
Diseases of Women and Children, King's Coll. Hosp. ; mem. F.R.C.P. 
Address: 17 Clarges St., Mayfair, London, Eng. 

HEAD, Gustavus P.; physician; b. Province, Ky., 1861 ; s. Daniel 
Head and Martha R. Head ; ed. Princeton, Ind., high sch. and Lin- 
coln Univ.; grad. Rush Med. Coll., 1884; post-grad, work in Vienna, 
1889-90; m. 1893, Nettie Currie, Currie, Minn.; prof, otology, rhi- 
nology, and laryngology, Chicago Post-Grad. Med. Sch. Author: 
The Practical Medicine Series, Chi., 1901-05; Year Book of Nose, 
Throat and Ear, Chi., 1900-01 ; paper on Treatment of Catarrhal 
Deafness. Residence: 117 S. Central Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HEAD, Henry; ed. The Charterhouse; grad. Univs. of Halle A. S., 
Trinity Coll., M.D., Camb., 1892; m, 1904, Ruth Mayhew; Goulston- 
ian Lecturer, Roy. Coll. of Phys. of London, 1901 ; Phys., London 
Hosp.; mem. F.R.S.; M.A., F.R.C.P., 1900; M.R.C.P., London, 
1894; M.R.C.S., England, 1890; post-grad. Prague. Author: papers 
and contributions to med. journs. Address: 143 Harley St., Lon- 
don, Eng. 

HEBB, R. G.; physician; grad. M.D., M.A. ; m. 1903, Henrietta 
Frances Sharp ; mem. F.R.C.P. ; Phys. Path, to Westminster Hosp. ; 
cons. Path, to Queen Charlotte's Hosp. ; lee. on Path, at Westminster 
Hosp. Med. Sch. ; Sec. Roy. Microsc. Soc. ; editor Journ. Roy. Mi- 
crosc. Soc. Address: 9 Suffolk St., Pall Mall East, London, Eng. 

HEISLER, John Clement; physician; b. Jersey Shore, Pa., 1862; s. 
Rev. Washington L. Heisler, and Sarah H. (Kurtz) Heisler; ed. 
com. schs., Mifflinburg, Pa., and classics, modern languages, etc., 
by private tutors ; grad. Ph.G., Phila. Coll. of Pharmacy, 1883 ; M.D., 
Med. Dept., Univ. of Pa., 1887; m. 1892, Anna M. Reardon, Lock 
Haven, Pa.; resident phys., St. Mary's Hosp., Phila., 1887-88; pro- 
sector to chair of anatomy, med. dept. Univ. of Pa., 1888-97; asst - 
demonstrator of obstetrics; asst. demonstrator of anatomy; curator 
of Wistar and Horner Museum in Univ. of Pa., at different times 
from 1888 to '97; instructor diseases of the chest, Phila. Polyclinic, 
during several years of same period ; prof, anatomy, Medico-Chirur- 
gical Coll., Pa., since 1897; mem. Phila. Co. Med. Assn.; Pa. State 
Med. Assn.; Am. Med. Assn.; Assn. Am. Anatomists; Phila. Pedi- 
atric Soc. ; Fellow Coll. of Phys. of Phila. Author: A Text-book of 
Embryology (for med. students), Phila., 1899-1905. Residence: 
3829 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 


HEKTOEN, Ludwig; physician; b. Wisconsin, 1863; s. Retter & 
Hektoen and Olave Hektoen; ed. com. schs. of Wis.; grad. A.B., 
Luther Coll., Decorah, la., 1883 ; M.A., 1901 ; Coll. Phys. and Surg., 
Chicago, 1887; m. 1891, Ellen Strandh, Habo, Sweden; prof, of 
pathology and head of the dept. of path, and bact., Univ. of Chicago, 
and Rush Med. Coll. ; various coll. and hosp. appointments ; phys. 
to coroner's office, Chicago, 1890-94; director Inst, for infectious 
diseases; mem. A. M. Assn.; 111. State Med. Soc. ; Chi. Med. Soc. ; 
Chi. Path. Soc; Assn. Am. Phys.; Assn. Am. Path, and Bact., etc. 
Clubs: Univ.; Quadrangle; Westward Ho Golf Club. Author: 
Technique of Post Mortem Examination, Chi., 1894; editor Am. Text- 
Book of Pathology, Phila., 1900; Dursk's Pathologic Histology, 3 
vols., Phila., 1900; Journ. of Infectious Diseases. Residence: 5803 
Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HELLOPETER, William Clarence; physician; b. Muncy, Pa., 1855; 
s. Abraham Hellopeter and Margaret Hellopeter; ed. com. schs. of 
Muncy; grad. A.B., Bucknell Univ., 1874; M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1877; 
m. 1879, Sara Adelaide Root, Philadelphia, Pa.; lecturer on pedi- 
atrics, Med.-Chirurg. Coll., 1890; prof, pediatrics, Chirurg. Coll., 
1895 ; mem. Philadelphia Co. Med. Soc. ; State Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. 
Assn. ; Phila. Pediatric Soc. ; Obst. Soc. ; Am. Acad, of Med. ; visit- 
ing pediatrist, Medico-Chirurg. Hosp. ; visiting pediatrist, Phila. Gen. 
Hosp. ; visiting phys., St. Joseph's Hosp. Author: Hay Fever and 
Its Successful Treatment, Phila., 1898; Diseases of Children (in 
press), and var. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1428 N. 
Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

HENRY, Walter O.; physician; b. Columbus, III, 1858; ed. com. 
schs. and high sch., Camp Point, 111.; m. 1881, Fannie L. Potts, 
Pawnee City, Neb.; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1879; located 
in Omaha, 1890; founded Presbyterian Hosp.; prof, gynecology, 
Jno. A. Creighton Med. Coll. Clubs: Omaha; Commercial; Fon- 
telle. Author: Practical Gynecology, Minneapolis ; editor Gynec- 
ological Dept., Western Medical Review. Address: 210 McCague 
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 

HENSON, James William; physician; b. Scottsville, Va. ; s. William 
Henry Henson and Marie Antoinette (Hoge) Henson; ed. com. 
schs. of Louisa Co., Va. ; Green Springs Acad, and Hoover's Select 
High Sch. (Military) ; Richmond Coll., 1882-83 ; and part of session, 
1883-84; grad. Med. Coll. of Va., 1889; m. 1898, Nellie Parker, 
Richmond, Va. ; surg. 1st Bat. Art., Va. Vol., with rank of major 


from 1894 to present; prof, anatomy Univ. Coll. of Med., Richmond, 
Va., 1896-1904; demonstrator of orthopedics, Union Coll. of Med., 
1898-1903; prof, genito-urinary surg., Univ. Coll. of Med., 1903-04; 
and prof, of surg. anatomy in same, 1904 to present; mem. Med. 
Soc. of Va. ; Richmond Acad, of Med. and Surg. ; Tri-State Med. 
Assn. of the Carolinas and Va. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; has contributed a 
number of papers mostly on surg. subjects to the med. journs. 
Residence: 100 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

HEPBURN, Professor David; physician; b. Milnathort, Kinrosshire; 
s. of John Hepburn, M.R.C.V.S. ; ed. Brand's Sch., Milnathort; 
Univ. of Edinburgh; grad. M.B., CM. (Honors), 1881 ; m. Mary 
Carson of Hillside, Annan, Dumfriesshire ; Beaney Prizeman in 
Anat. and Surg.; M.D. (gold medal), 1891 ; res. phys. and res. 
surg., Edin. Roy. Infirmary, 1882; demonstrator of Anat. in Univ. 
of Edin., 1882 ; principal demons, and lee. on Regional Anat., 1885- 
1903 ; past vice-pres., Anatom. Soc. of G. Brit, and Ireland ; past 
vice-pres., Roy. Phys. Soc, Edin. ; past pres., Scottish Microsc. Soc. ; 
vice-pres., Scottish Nat. Hist. Soc. ; mem. of Gen. Committee of Brit. 
Assn.; Court of Governors of Univ. Coll., Cardiff; M.R.C.S. Eng., 
F.R.S. Ed. ; prof, of Anat. and Dean of the Faculty of Med. ; 
examiner in the Faculty of Science, Univ. of Wales, since 1903. 
Author: Arthrology (in Text-Book of Anatomy ed. by Cunning- 
ham) ; articles in Encyclopaedias; contribs. to med. journs. Address: 
Univ. Coll., Cardiff, Wales. 

HERN, William; surgeon; M.R.C.S.; Dent. Surg. Middlesex Hosp. 
Address: 7 Stratford Place, London, Eng. 

HERON, George Allan; physician; b. Glasgow, 1845; s. of Gilbert 
Heron and Rebecca Allan of Futtie, Aberdeen; ed. Ross' Sch., Ot- 
tawa (Canada); Glasgow Acad, and Collegiate Schs. ; the Univs. 
Glasgow, Paris, and Berlin ; and at Univ. Coll., London ; grad. CM., 
D.P.H., M.D., F.R.C.P.; m. Harriet Maria Evans; House Surg, 
and House Phys., Glasgow Roy. Infirmary, 1867-68; Asst. Med. 
Off., Glamorgan Co. Asyl., 1872; late Sen. Phys., West End Hosp. 
for Diseases of the Nervous System ; Sen. Phys. to the City of Lon- 
don Hosp. for Diseases of the Chest; mem. of the Visit. Com. of 
King Edward's Hosp. Fund for Lond. ; Council of the Roy. Med. 
and Chirurg. Soc. ; hon. mem., and mem. of Council, of the Intern. 
Soc. for the Prev. of Consumption : Treas. and Chairm. of Council, 
London and Counties Med. Prot. Soc. ; Treas. Life Ass. Med. Off. 
Assn. ; Trustee Med. Sickness Annuity and Life Ass. Friendly Soc. 


Author: Evidences of the Communicability of Consumption; Koch's 
Researches on Tuberculosis; Prevention of Tuberculosis; Cholera 
from an Urban Point of View; and others. Address: 57 Harley St., 
London, Eng. 

HERRICK, Stephen Solon; physician; b. Randolph, Vt., 1833; s. 
Lorenzo Dow Herrick and Zilpha Ann (Haskin) Herrick; ed. com. 
schs., Randolph, Vt. ; A.B., Dartmouth Coll., 1854; M.D., Med. 
Dept. ; grad. Univ. of La., 1861 ; m. 1867, Julia Cowand, New Or- 
leans, La.; prof. chem. New Orleans Sch. of Med., 1869-70; prof, 
chem. and physics, La. Agri. and Mech. Coll., 1867-77; San. Insp. 
and Sec. La. State Board of Health, 1869-86; special San. Insp., Cal. 
State Board of Health ; asst. surg. C. S. Army and Navy, 1862-65 ; 
mem. New Orleans Med. and Surg. Assn. ; Orleans Parish Med. 
Soc. ; La. State Med. Soc. ; San Francisco Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. 
Assn. ; Am. Pub. Health Assn. Editorial writer New Orleans Med. 
and Surg. Journ., 1866-86; Pacific Med. and Surg. Journ., 1887-94. 
Residence: 12 Middle St., San Francisco, Cal. 

HERZOG, Alfred Waldemar; eclectic physician; b. Vienna, Austria, 
1866; s. Moritz Herzog, Ph.D., and Sophia Delia Herzog; ed. com. 
schs. of Vienna, and Ph.B., A.M., Taylor Univ. ; grad. M.D., med. 
dept, Univ. of New York, 1887; A.M., Coll. St. Francis Xavier; 
M.E., D.E., Eastern Coll. Electro-Therapeutics ; ex-pres. N. Y. Co., 
Eclectic Med. Soc. ; mem. Am. Anti-tuberculosis League ; Medico- 
Legal Soc. ; prof, diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, Eclectic 
Med. Coll., City of New York, etc. Clubs: New York; Masonic. 
Residence: 535 Lexington Ave., New York City. 

HERZOG, Maximilian; physician; b. Frankfurt on Main, Germany, 
1858; s. Jesaias and Johanna Herzog; ed. com. sch. Frankfurt, Univ. 
of Giessen, Strassburg, Marburg; grad. Med. Coll. of Ohio (Cincin- 
nati), Munich, Wurzburg, Berlin, and Vienna; m. 1894, Seraphine 
Ernau, Chicago, 111. ; pres. Chicago Pathol. Soc. ; prof, pathology 
and bacter., Chi. Polyclin., 1890 to 1903 ; govt, pathologist, Manila, 
P. I., 1903 to 1906; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Micros. Assn., etc.; 
Chicago Pathol. Soc. Author: The Plague; Bacteriology; Morbid 
Anat. and Histopathology, Manila, 1904; many contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: 168 Calle Nueva, Ermita, Manila, P. I. 

HEWLETT, Richard Tanner; physician; b. 1865 ; s. of Richard Hew- 
lett, Solicitor of Stroud, Glas. ; ed. King's Coll. Sch.; grad. M.D., 
King's Coll., London (3 Med. Scholarships) ; m. 1893, Louise Strat- 
ton, St. Anne's, East Sheen; House Phys. and House Surg., King's 


Coll. Hosp., 1889-91 ; Demonst. of Bacteriology, King's Coll., 1891- 
94; Bacteriologist, Jenner Inst, of Preventive Med., 1894-1901 ; 
prof, of Gen. Path, and Bacterid., King's Coll., London, since 
1 901 ; phys., Seamen's Hosp., Greenwich, since 1899; Lect. on Bac- 
terid., Lond. Sch. of Trop. Med. ; mem. M.R.C.P. Lond., M.R.C.S. 
Eng., D.P.H. Lond. Author: many contribs. to med. and sci. 
journs. ; A Manual of Bacteriology, 2nd edition, 1901 ; Serum 
Therapy, 1903. Address: King's Coll., W.C. ; Lyddon House, South- 
fields, London, Eng. 

HILL, Alex.; physician; b. Loughton, 1856; s. of John Hill, London 
Stock Exchange and Loughton, Essex ; ed. Univ. Coll. Sch. ; grad. 
M.D., M.A., Downing Coll., Camb. (Fellow, 1880) ; Master of Down- 
ing Coll., Camb., since 1888; vice-chanc. of the Univ., 1897-99; St. 
Bartholomew's Hosp.; m. Emma Woodward, Holmwood, Highgate, 
1878; Hunterian Prof, at Roy. Coll. of Surg., 1884-85; late pres. of 
the Neurol. Soc. of Lond., etc. ; commissioner for H. M. Treasury to 
report on Univ. Coll., 1901 ; Lect. on the staff of the Gilchrist Trus- 
tees. Author: The Plan of the Central Nervous System, 1885 ; The 
Physiologist's Note-Book; Parts of the Am. Syst. of Diseases of 
the Eye; Primer of Physiology, 1901 ; translator of Obersteiner's 
Central Nervous Organs and other lit. works. Address: Downing 
Lodge, Cambridge, Eng. 

HILL, Alfred Bostock; physician; b. 1854, e. s. of Dr. Alfred Hill, 
late Med. Officer of Health, city of Birmingham ; ed. King Edward's 
Sch. ; grad. M.D., M.Sc, Queen's Coll., Birmingham ; m. Elizabeth 
Barber, Ashbourne, Edgbaston ; vice-pres. Imp. Vaccination League ; 
Pub. Analyst to the county of Warwick and many other places, 
1876; prof, of Chemistry, Queen's Coll., Birmingham, 1879; after- 
wards became prof, of Hygiene in Mason Univ. Coll., Birmingham ; 
held appointments as Med. Offi. of Health and Pub. Analyst ; D.P.H., 
F.I.C. ; prof, of Hyg. and Pub. Health, Birmingham Univ. ; County 
Med. Offi. of Health, Warwickshire. Author: Filtration of Water; 
The Purification of Sewage ; Milk Scarlatina ; Trade Nuisances ; and 
many other lectures on sanitary subjects. Clubs: Union, Birming- 
ham; Royal Southampton Yacht, Bembridge Sailing. Address: 
Ducie House, Olton, Warwickshire, Eng. 

HILL, Edward Curtis; physician; b. Cleveland, 111., 1863; .?. William 
Hill and Mary M. (Garrison) Hill; ed. com. schs. of Cleveland, 111., 
and Northwestern Scientific Sch., Geneseo, 111., 1883-86; grad. Gross 
Med. Coll., 1891; m. 1893, Phoebe E. Elliott, Denver, Colo.; pres. 


Denver Chemical and Pathological Soc. Author: Text-Book of 
Chemistry for Students of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry, Phila., 
1903; Pain and Its Indications, Chi., 1904. Residence: 1101 East 
Almeda Ave., Denver, Colo. 

HILLIER, Alfred Peter; physician; b. 1858; s. of P. Playne Hillier, 
Shortwood, Gloucestershire; ed. King William's Coll.; Edinburgh 
Univ.; B.A., Cape Univ.; M.D. and CM., Edinburgh Univ.; m. 
Ethel Brown; cons, phys., London Open Air Sanatorium; 
councillor Roy. Colonial Inst. ; sec. Nat. Assn. for Prevention of Con- 
sump. ; nominated by H. R. H. Prince of Wales as one of the dele- 
gates of the Nat. Assn. for the Prevention of Consump. to the Berlin 
Tuberculosis Congress, 1899; mem. Reform Committee, Johannes- 
burg, and political prisoner in Pretoria, 1895-96; International Com- 
mittee for Prevention of Tuberculosis (Berlin) ; served in Kaffir 
War, 1878-79, as a trooper with Colonial forces, medal and clasp; 
pres. South African Med. Cong., 1893. Author: Raid and Reform, 
1897; South African Studies, 1900; Tuberculosis, 1900; articles in 
Reviews and Supplement to Ency. Brit. Clubs: Arts ; United ; Jun- 
ior Carlton. Address: 30 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 

HILLS, Alfred Kimball; physician; b. Hudson, N. H., 1840; j. Alden 
Hills and Nancy Currier Kimball Hills; ed. com. schs. of Hudson, 
N. H., and Haverhill, Mass. ; scientific course, Harvard Univ., also 
one course Harvard Med. Sch. ; grad. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Pa., 
1870; m. 1st, 1866, Martha P. Simmons; 2nd, 1887, Ida Virginia 
Crentzborg ; Fellow, Acad. Med., N. Y., Med. Soc. Co. N. Y. ; con- 
sulting phys. to the Metropolitan Hosp. Clubs: Union League; 
Social Science Assn. Editor Medical Times. Residence: 669 Fifth 
Ave., N. Y. 

HINGSTON, Hon. Sir William Hales; physician; b. Canada, 1829; 
ed. Montreal Coll.; grad. M.D., M'Gill Coll.; Edinburgh, Berlin, 
Paris, etc.; LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.C.S. Eng.; m. Margaret Macdonald, 
1876; mayor of Montreal, pres. of Provincial Board of Health, 1876, 
1877; senator of the Dominion; prof, of Clinical Surg., Univ. of 
Laval; Surg.-in-Chief to Hotel-Dieu Hosp., Montreal. Address: 882 
Sherbrooke St., Montreal, Can. 

HINSDALE, Guy; physician; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1858; .?. Hon. Theo- 
dore Hinsdale and Grace (Webster) Hinsdale; ed. Polytechnic Inst, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; grad. A.B., Amherst, 1878; A.M., 1881 ; M.D., 
Univ. of Pa., 1881 ; m. 1890, Mary P. Graham, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
sec. Am. Climatological Assn. ; corres. Fellow Brit. Balneological 


and Climatol. Soc. ; Fellow, Coll. Phys. of Phila. ; Am. Acad, of 
Med.; Am. Neurological Assn.; Am. Med. Assn.; Nat'l. Assn. for 
the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. Club: Medical. Author: 
Acromegaly (awarded the Boylston Prize of Harvard Univ.), De- 
troit, 1898; Syringomyelia (awarded Alvarenga Prize, Coll. of Phys., 
Philadelphia), Phila., 1895 ; Climatology and Health Resorts, (vol. iv. 
of a system of physiologic Therapeutics), Phila.; chapters on Hydro- 
therapy and the use of mineral waters in Hand-Book of Treatment 
(in press). Residence: Hot Springs, Va. 

HIRSCHFELDER, Joseph Oakland; physician; b. Oakland, Cal., 
1854; s. Aaron Hirschfelder and Henrietta (Block) Hirschf elder ; 
ed. com. schs. of San Francisco, and the City College ; Academic ed., 
Univ. of Cal; grad. M.D., Leipzig, Germany, 1876; m. 1878, Clara 
Honigsberger, San Francisco, Cal.; prof, materia medica, 1877-81; 
clinical med., 1881-82, Med. Coll. of the Pacific; prof. Clinical med., 
Cooper Med. Coll., since 1882; pres. Cooper Coll. Science Club; 
mem. State Med. Soc. of Cal. ; Medico-Legal Soc. ; S. F. Co. Med. 
Soc; Cal. State Med. Soc; Am. Med. Assn., etc. Author: Dept. 
of Erysipelas in Cyclopedia of Diseases of Children, 1889, also mono- 
graphs on Treatment of Tuberculosis by Oxtuberculine, and various 
papers contrib. to med. journs. Residence: 1392 Geary St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

HODGE, George; physician; b. Co. Durham, Ont., 1847; s. Robert 
Hodge and Sarah Zigham Hodge; ed. Toronto and Queen's Coll., 
Kingston; grad. Queen's Coll., 1870; m. 1873, Agnes Ray, Lake- 
field, Ont. ; prof, materia medica, med. dept. of the Western Univ., 
London, Ont., 1889; prof, of clinical med., 1901 to date. Residence: 
234 Queen's Ave., London, Ont. 

HODGHEAD, David A.; physician; b. Abingdon, Va., 1857; s. Alex. 
L. and Mary E. Hodghead ; ed. pub. sch., Va., and King's Coll., Bris- 
tol, Tenn. ; grad. 1873, King's Coll., post-grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll., 1884; A.M. (King's), 1885; m. 1885, Ella Lincoln, Ukiah, 
Cal. ; prof, obstet. and pediat., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., San Francisco, 
since 1896, dean of same since 1899; mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Med. 
Soc State of Cal.; S. F. Co. Med. Soc Club: Union League, San 
Fran. Residence: 3435 Sacramento St., San Francisco, Cal. 

HOLLAND, James William; physician; b. Nashville, Tenn., 1849; s. 
Robert C. Holland and Elizabeth (Turner) Holland; ed. com. schs. 
of Louisville, Ky. ; grad. A.M., Univ. of Louisville, 1865; M.D., 
Jeff. Med. Coll., 1868; m. 1877, Mary B. Rupert; prof. med. dept., 


Univ. of Louisville, 1872-85 ; editor, Louisville Med. News, 1880 ; 
prof. med. chem. and toxicology, Jeff. Med. Coll., 1885-99; Dean 
of Faculty, Jeff. Med. Coll.; mem. Am. Philosophical Soc. ; Fellow, 
Coll. Phys. of Phila. Clubs: Univ.; Pa. Soc. Sons of the Revolu- 
tion. Author: Diet for the Sick, Louisville, 1880; The Urine and 
Common Poisons, Phila., 1888; Medical Chemistry and Toxicology, 
Phila., 1905. Residence: 2006 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 

HOLMES, Bayard Taylor; physician; b. North Hero, Vt., 1852; j. 
Hector A. Holmes and Olive A. (Williamson) Holmes; acad. ed. 
Carleton Coll., Minn. ; grad. Chicago Med. Coll., Northwestern Univ., 
1888 ; m. 1878, Agnes A. George, Lansing, Minn. ; prof, surg., Coll. 
of Phys. and Surg., Univ. of 111. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Acad, 
of Med. ; Chicago Surg. Soc, etc. Author: Surgery of the Head, 
N. Y., 1903 ; Appendicitis and Other Diseases about the Appendix, 
N. Y., 1904. Residence: 104 E. 40th St., Chicago, 111. 

HOOPER, Everett Dennison; physician; b. Riverdale, Mass., 1868; .?. 
Dennison Hooper and Emily Hooper; grad. Tufts Univ., 1888; Coll. 
Phys. and Surg., Boston, 1891 ; post-grad. Army Med. Sch. ; unmar- 
ried; instr. and asst. prof, of chem. and now chief of chemical dept., 
Coll. Phys. and Surg., Boston ; mem. Am. Chemical Soc. ; Mass. Bd. 
of Health, etc. Address: Warren Chambers, Boston, Mass. 

HOPE, Edward William; physician; ed. Edinburgh; grad. M.D., 
D.Sc, Edin. Univ.; mem. Roy. Coll. Phys., Lond. ; Med. Officer of 
Health, City and Port of Liverpool ; prof, of Public Health, Univ. 
of Liverpool. Author: Manual of School Hygiene ; Manual of Pub- 
lic Health. Address: Municipal Offices, Liverpool, England. 

HOPKINSON, Lawrence; physician; b. Leeds, Eng., 1866; s. Samuel 
Hopkinson and Margaret Hopkinson ; ed. com. schs. of Leeds, and 
Mechanics Inst., Leeds; grad. Milwaukee Med. Coll.; m. 1894, Ada 
Hayward, Milwaukee, Wis. ; asso. prof. anat. and clinical lecturer on 
diseases of the rectum ; mem. Milwaukee Co. Med. Soc. ; Wisconsin 
State Med. Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn., etc. Residence: Oakland Ave. 
and Park, Milwaukee, Wis. 

HORNER, James Richey; physician; b. Tarentum, Pa., 1861 ; s. 
Joseph Horner, D.D., LL.D., and Caroline (McCrackcn) Horner; 
ed. com. schs. of Pittsburg and Central High Sch. ; post-grad. A.M., 
Allegheny Coll., Meadville; M.D., Cleveland Homeo. Med. Coll., 
1883; New York Homeo. Med. Coll., 1884; m. 1900, Belle Benton, 
Cleveland, O. ; neurologist and prof, mental and nervous diseases, 
Cleveland Homeo. Med. Coll. ; mem. Ohio State Homeo. Med. Soc. ; 


Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; Registrar Am. Inst. Homeo. ; resident surg., 
Ward's Island (N. Y.) Homeo. Hosp., 1884; phys., 1885, and later 
staff obstetrician Homeo. Hosp., Pittsburg; gen. practice, Pittsburg 
and Allegheny until 1896 ; spent a year abroad in the study of mental 
and nervous diseases ; clinical clerk to Hughlings Jackson, Neurolo- 
gist, Queen's Square Hosp., London ; staff phys., State Homeo. Hosp. 
for the Insane, Middletown, N. Y., 1897. Author: various papers 
on med. and scientific subjects; editor-in-chief, Cleveland Med. and 
Surg. Reporter. Residence: 75 Dorchester Ave., Cleveland, O. 

HORROCKS, Peter; physician; ed. Owens Coll., Manchester; grad. 
M.D., Guy's Hosp. ; F.R.C.P. ; Senior Obstetric phys., Guy's Hosp. ; 
lecturer on Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, Guy's Hosp. Med. 
Sch. ; examiner in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Univ. of Liverpool. 
Address: 42 Brook St., London, Eng. 

HORSLEY, John Shelton; physician; b. Lovington, Va., 1870; s. John 
Horsley and Rose Evelyn (Shelton) Horsley; ed. com. schs. of Lov- 
ington, and Univ. of Va. ; grad. med. dept., Univ. of Va., 1892; m. 
1899, Eliza Brocton, Staunton, Va. ; prof. Principles of Surgery, 
Med. Coll. of Va. ; surg. to Memorial Hosp., Richmond, Va. ; mem. 
A.M.A. ; Southern Surg, and Gyn. Assn. ; Richmond Acad, of Med. ; 
Surg, and Med. Soc. of Va. ; N. Mexico Med. Soc. ; hon. mem., 
Southern Med. Soc, etc. Author: various papers, principally on 
surgery, contributed to the med. journs. Residence: 303 W. Grace 
St., Richmond, Va. 

HORSLEY, Sir Victor Alexander Haden; physician; b. Kensington, 
1857 ; s. of late J. C. Horsley, R.A. ; ed. Cranbrook Sch. ; grad. M.D. 
(Halle) ; B.S., Univ. Coll. Hosp.; prof.-supt. of Brown Inst., 1884- 
90; sec, Roy. Commission on Hydrophobia, 1885; surg. to Nat. 
Hosp. for Paralysis and Epilepsy, 1886; Fullerian Prof, at Roy. 
Inst., 1891-93; pres. Pathological Sec. British Med. Assn., 1892-93; 
prof, of Path., Univ. Coll., 1893-96; F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Club: 
Athenaeum. Address: 25 Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

HORTON=SMITH, Percival; physician; b. 1867; s. of Richard Hor- 
ton-Smith, K.C. ; ed. Marlborough Coll. ; grad. M.A., M.D., St. John's 
Coll., Camb. (late Fellow) ; m. 1895, Josephine Hartley, Old Downs, 
Hartley, Kent, and Hartley Hill, Leeds. Studied medicine at Cam- 
bridge, St. Bartholomew's Hosp. (London), Paris, and Vienna; asst. 
phys. to the Hosp. for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, Bromp- 
ton ; med. registrar and demons, of Morb. Anat., St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp.; delivered the Goulstonian Lectures before the Royal Coll. of 


Phys., 1900; F.R.C.R Author: The Typhoid Bacillus and Typhoid 
Fever, 1900; articles on Tuberculosis (Quain's Dictionary of Medi- 
cine), and on the Climate of the Midland Counties of England 
(Climates and Baths of Great Britain, vol. ii, 1902) ; also various 
contributions to scientific journs. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 19 
Devonshire St., Portland Place, London, Eng. 

HOTZ, Ferdinand Carl; physician; eye specialist; b. Wertheim, Baden, 
Germany, 1843; s. Gottfried Hotz and Anna H. Hotz; ed. Lyceum 
there; acad. courses at Jena and Heidelberg, 1861-65; grad. M.D., 
Heidelberg, 1865, and afterward studied at Berlin, Vienna, Paris 
and London; surg., So. German Army in war with Prussia and 
Austria, 1866; came to the U. S., 1869; m. 1875, Emma Rosen- 
merkely, Chicago, 111. ; prof. Ophthalmology and Otology, Rush Med. 
Coll., since 1898; mem. Am. Med. Assn., etc.; director, Chicago 
Pub. Library. Club: Athletic. Author: various papers on diseases 
of the eye and ear contributed to leading med. journs. Residence: 
34 Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

HOUSTON, John Alexander; physician; b. Haverhill, Mass., 1859; 
grad., Med. Sch. of Maine, 1880; superintendent, Northampton In- 
sane Hosp. Residence: Northampton, Mass. 

HOWARD, William Lee; physician; b. Hartford, Conn., i860; s. 
Mark Howard and Angeline (Lee) Howard; ed. private tutors in 
England and France; at Williston Seminary; Columbia, and Ox- 
ford Univs. (Eng.) ; left in senior year; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg. 
(Columbia Univ.) and Univ. of Vt, 1890; post-grad, course, Univs. 
of Bonn and Gottingen, Germany, Ecole de Medicine, Paris, and 
Univ. of Edinburgh, 1883-89; m. 1885, Clara A. Oatman, Hartford, 
Conn. ; practice confined to nervous diseases ; mem. Med. and Surg. 
Faculty, Md. ; Clinical Soc. ; Neurol. Soc. ; A.A.A.S., Medico-Legal 
Soc. ; Fellow Geo. Soc. ; hon. mem. many foreign scientific socs., etc. 
Clubs: Larchmont Yacht Club; Bonner; Bait. Athletic; Ivy, Lon- 
don, Eng. Author: The Perverts, 1902; special corres. Nezv York 
Herald in Arctic exploration, 1880-81 ; corres. London III. News, 
on Soudan war, and also wrote for other papers; contributed to the 
med. journs. on neurol. subjects. Residence: 1126 N. Calvert St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

HOWE, Lucien; physician; eye specialist; b. Standish, Me., 1848; 
grad. Bowdoin Coll., 1870; Long Island Coll. Hosp., 1871; Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Coll., 1872; mem. Royal Coll. of Surgeons, London, 
Eng., 1873; prof. Ophthalmology, Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary; 


Fellow, Royal Micros. Soc, Eng. ; late pres. French Ophth. Con- 
gress; vice-pres. Med. Soc, State of N. Y. Residence: 183 Dela- 
ware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

HOWELL, William H.; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., i860; s. of 
G. H. Howell and Virginia Magruder Howell; ed. The Johns 
Hopkins Univ.; grad. Ph.D., M.D., LL.D., 1881 ; m. 1887, Anne 
Janet Tucker of Baltimore ; held successively the positions of fellow, 
assistant, associate and asso. prof, in the dept. of Biology ; accepted 
the Chair of Physiology and Histology in the Univ. of Michigan; 
subsequently became asso. prof, in Harvard Univ. for one year ; dean 
of Medical Faculty since 1900, and prof, of Physiology since 1893, 
Johns Hopkins Univ. Author: numerous researches in physiology 
in The American Journ. of Physiology; The Philos. Transactions 
of the Roy. Soc. ; The Journ. of Experimental Medicine ; The Journ. 
of Morphology, etc.; editor of An American Text-Book of Physi- 
ology. Clubs: Baltimore Country; Johns Hopkins. Address: 232 
West Lanvale St., Baltimore, Md. 

HOXIE, George Howard; physician; b. So. Easton, N. Y., 1872; s. 
Florans E. Hoxie and Rhoda (Skiff) Hoxie; cd. Putman Inst., 
Cambridge, N. Y., until 1887; Union Classical Inst., Schenectady, 
N. Y., 1887-89; grad. A.B., Union Coll., 1893; A.M., 1896; M.D., 
Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland, 1901 ; m. 1898, Ida Shaper, Cana- 
joharie, N. Y. ; prof. Anatomy, Univ. of Kansas, 1902-05; dean, 
clinical dept., Sch. of Med., Univ. of Kansas, 1905 ; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa ; Sigma Chi, Kansas Acad, of Science ; Co., State and National 
Med. Socs. Residence: The Virginia, Kansas City, Mo. 

HUBBELL, Alvin Allace; physician; b. Conewango, N. Y., 1846; s. 
Schuyler P. Hubbell and Hepzibah (Farnsworth) Hubbell; ed. 
pub. sch., Conewango, Randolph Acad. ; grad. M.D., Univ. of Buf- 
falo, (prizeman); m. 1872, Evangeline Fancher; post-grad. Ph.D., 
Niagara Univ., 1893; prof. Clin. Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Univ. Buffalo ; ophthal. surg. to Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp., etc. ; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Ophth. Soc. ; Buffalo Acad. Med. ; N. Y. 
Acad. Med.; pres. N. Y. State Med. Assn. (1902), etc. Author: 
Section on Disease of the Eye, (Amer. Text-Book of do.) Phila., 
1899, and many contribs. to med. journs.; form, assoc. editor 
Buffalo Med. Journ. Residence: Hotel Lenox, Buffalo, N. Y. 

HUGHES, Charles Hamilton; physician; b. St. Louis, Mo., 1839; s. 
Harvey Jackson Hughes and Elizabeth Rebecca (Stockers) Hughes; 
ed. Dennison Acad., Rock Island, III, and Iowa Coll.; grad. St. 


Louis Med. Coll., 1859 ; widower; army surg., Military Hosps., civil 
war; neurologist and psychiatric expert in medico-legal trials of 
Frank Rand (111.), Arthur Duestro (Mo.), etc.; pres. Neurol. Sec- 
tion 1 st and 2nd Pan-Am. Med. Congresses; pres. Am. Editors' 
Assn. ; and proposed a nat'l bureau of sanitation with med. mem., 
President's Cabinet; mem. St. Louis Bd. of Health; Am. Medico- 
Psychol. Assn. ; Am. Medico-Legal Soc. ; Am. Neurol. Assn. ; hon. 
mem. Chic. Acad, of Med. ; Brit. Medico- Psychol. Assn. ; foreign 
mem. Moscow, Russia, Neurol. Soc. ; St. Louis Acad, of Science ; 
St. Louis Med. Soc. ; Miss. Valley Med. Assn. ; discoverer of the 
virile reflex and shuttle pulse. Author: Patriot's Prayer; Treatise on 
Nervous Diseases; Erotopathia; Neurological Practice of Medicine; 
and has contributed extensively to med. and lit. journs., and other 
med. works. Residence: Richmond Heights, St. Louis, Mo. 

HULICK, George O.; eclectic physician; b. Lewiston, 111., 1876; .?. John 
R. Hulick and Mary (Chambers) Hulick; ed. com. schs. and High 
Sch. of Cuba, III; grad. Am. Med. Coll., 1902; m. 1897, Erne M. 
Byous, Bushnell, 111. ; prof, obstetrics, Am. Med. Coll. ; formerly 
prof, physical diagnosis and diseases of children, in same; mem. 
exec, board, East St. Louis Assn. of Phys. and Surgs. ; Nat'l 
Eclectic Med. Assn. ; 111. State Eel. Med. Soc. ; St. Louis Coll. Med. 
Soc. Residence: 1325 Gaty Ave., East St. Louis, 111. 

HUNSAKER, Hiram Walker; physician; b. San Jose, Cal., 1863; s. 
Isaac Hunsaker and Mary J. Hunsaker; ed. com. schs. and State 
Normal Sch. of San Jose; grad. Cal. Med. Coll., 1890; m. 1897, 
Henrietta Schoemaker; prof, ophthal., otol., rhinol., laryngology, Cal. 
Med. Coll., since 1901 ; lecturer on anat, 1891 ; prof, orthopedic surg., 
1897; chief phys., Cal. Med. Coll. on Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, 
City and County Hosps., since 1903 ; mem. Co. Soc. of Phys. and 
Surgs. ; pres. Eclectic Med. Soc. of the State of Cal. Residence: 
308 Laurel St., San Francisco, Cal. 

HUNTER, William; physician; ed. Edinburgh Univ.; grad. M.D., 
M.B., CM., Leipsic; Vienna; Strasburg; phys. London Fever Hosp. ; 
phys. Electrical Dept., Joint Lect. on Practical Medicine and Curator, 
Charing Cross Hosp.; mem. F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., F.R.S.E. Publi- 
cations: Transfusion, 1889; Physiology and Pathology of Blood 
Destruction, 1892. Address: 103 Harley St., London, Eng. 

HURD, Arthur Williams; physician; b. Galesburg, III, 1858; ed. 
Knox Coll., Galesb., A.B. 1880; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y., 
1883 ; post-grad. A.M., Knox, 1883 ; asst. phys. Buffalo State Hosp., 


1885-94; supt. same, since 1894; prof, insanity, Univ. Buffalo, N. Y., 
1893-94; mem. ex-pres. Buff. Acad. Med.; Am. Med.-Psych. Assn.; 
State Med. Soc. ; etc. Author: num. contribs. on insanity in med. 
journs. Residence: State Hosp., Forest Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

HURD, Henry Mills; physician; b. Union City, Mich., 1843; s. 
Theodore Canfield Hurd and Ellen Eunice (Hammond) Hurd; ed. 
com. schs. of Union City, Mich., and Galesburg, 111. ; acad. ed. Knox 
Coll., 111., and Univ. of Mich.; grad. A.B., Univ. of Mich., 1863; 
M.D., 1866; A.M. deg., 1870; L.S.D., 1893; m. 1874, Mary Jane 
Doolittle, Utica, N. Y. ; med. supt., Eastern Mich. Asylum, Pontiac, 
Mich., 1878-89; supt., The Johns Hopkins Hosp., 1889 to date; 
prof, psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Univ.; mem. Am. Psychological 
Assn. ; Assn. of Am. Phys. ; Am. Acad, of Med. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; 
hon. mem., Mich. State Med. Soc; Med. Chirurgical Faculty of 
Maryland. Author: Hospitals, Dispensaries and Nursing, Johns 
Hop. Press, 1893 ; Suggestions to Hosp. Visitors, Johns Hop. Press, 
1893 ; and many contribs. to the leading med. journs., on the sub- 
ject of insanity; editor Am. Joum. of Insanity, 1897; Johns Hopkins 
Hosp. Bulletin, 1889 to present ; Johns Hopkins Hosp. Reports, 1890 
to date. Residence: Johns Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore, Md. 

HUTCHINSON, Jonathan; surgeon; b. Selby, 1828; s. of Jonathan 
Hutchinson and Elizabeth Massey; ed. Selby, York; grad. M.D., 
LL.D., St. Bartholomew's Hosp., London; emeritus prof, of Surg., 
London Hosp. Coll.; pres. of the Royal Coll. of Surgs., 1889, 1890; 
Hunterian prof, at the Royal Coll. of Surgs. ; mem. of Royal Com- 
mission on Small-pox Hosps., 1884, and on Vaccination, 1890-96; 
F.R.S., F.R.C.S.. Author: The Centuries; Rare Diseases of the 
Skin ; The Pedigree of Disease ; Syphilis, a Manual ; Illustrations of 
Clinical Surgery ; Syphilitic Affections of the Eye and Ear ; and for 
nine years of Archives of Surgery, quarterly; also a Lesser Atlas 
of Clinical Illustrations; Fish-eating and Leprosy. Address: 15 
Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

HYSLOP, Theo. Bulkeley; physician; ed. Edinburgh, London, Paris; 
grad. M.D., CM., M.R.C.P., L.M. Edin.; Fellow Med. Soc. Lond.; 
mem. Faculty Med., Lond. and Edin. Univs. ; Gaskell School and 
Sen. Exam. Medico- Psych. Assn. of G. Brit, and Ireland; Repres. 
for Lambeth, and late vice-pres. South London Dist. of Brit. Med. 
Assn.; phys. supt. to the Roy. Hosp. of Bridewell and Bethlem; 
P.M.O. King Edward's Schs., London and Witley; Lect. on 
Psychol. Med., St. Mary's Hosp. Author: Text-Book on Mental 


Psychology; articles in Dictionary of Psychological Medicine, En- 
cyclopaedia Medica, Allbutt's System of Medicine, and num. papers 
on Neurology, Psychology, and Medicine. Club: Arts. Address: 
Bethlem Royal Hosp., London, Eng. 


INGALS, E. Fletcher; physician; b. Lee Center, 111., 1848; s. Charles 
Ingals and Sarah (Hawkins) Ingals; ed. pub. schs. Lee Co.; Normal 
Sch. at Bloomington and in Rock River Seminary ; grad. Rush Med. 
Coll., 1871 ; hon. A.M. degree, Chicago Univ. ; Interne, Cook Co. 
Hosp. ; lecturer, Rush Med. Coll., 1871 ; visited hosps. and med. schs. 
in London and Paris, 1873; m. 1876, Lucy S. Ingals; specialist in 
diseases of the throat and lungs ; prof, of diseases of the chest, throat 
and nose in Rush Med. Coll. ; professional lecturer in med. in the 
Univ. of Chicago ; prof, of diseases of the throat and chest in the 
Northwestern Univ. Woman's Med. Sch., 1885 ; prof, laryngology 
and rhinology in the Chicago Polyclinic, 1889; ex-pres. Am. Med. 
Coll. Assn. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn., and of nearly every International 
Med. Congress since 1880; ex-pres. of the Section of Laryngology 
of the Pan-Am. Med. Congress, Washington, 1893. Author: Dis- 
eases of the Chest, Throat and Nose, 1900; and many articles for 
med journs. on the same subjects; formerly business manager of 
the Chicago Med. Journ. and Examiner. Residence: 4757 Grand 
Boul., Chicago, 111. 

IRVING, Paulus A.; physician; b. Cumberland Co., Va., 1859; s - 
Francis D. Irving and Mary (Page) Irving; ed. priv. schs. and 
Hampden-Sidney Coll.; grad. Med. Coll. of Va., 1879; m. 1st, Lizzie 
Nash; 2nd, Lucy Taylor; sec. State Bd. of Health; sec, treas., and 
prof, diseases of children, Univ. Coll. of Med., Richmond. Author: 
various papers for Med. Soc. of Va. Residence: 301 West Grace 
St., Richmond, Va. 


JACKSON, Edward; physician; b. Chester Co., Pa., 1856; s. Halliday 
Jackson and Emily (Hoopes) Jackson; ed. com. schs. of West 
Chester, Pa., until 1872; Union Coll., 1872-75; (C.E., 1874) ; grad. 


Med. Dept, Univ. of Pa., 1878; A.M., Univ. Coll.; m. 1st, 1878, 
Jennie L. Price, West Chester, Pa.; 2nd, 1898, Emily Churchman, 
Denver, Colo.; mem. Am. Acad, of Med.; Am. Med. Assn.; Am. 
Ophthalmo. Soc; Am. Acad, of Ophthalmo. and Oto-Laryngology ; 
Phila. Coll. of Phys. ; prof, diseases of the eye, Phila. Polyclinic, 
1888-98; Ophthalmologist to Arapahoe Co. Hosp., Denver, Colo., 
1900. Author: Essentials of Diseases of the Eye, Phila., 1890; 
Skiascopy, Denver, 1895 5 a Manual of the Diagnosis and Treatment 
of the Diseases of the Eye, Phila., 1900; Ophthalmic Year Book, 
Denver, 1904-05; Am. editor of the Ophthalmic Review, London, 
Eng. ; editorials for many of the leading med. journs. Residence: 
2288 So. Milwaukee St., Denver, Colo. 

JACKSON, George; surgeon; b. 1843; *• of Richard Smart Jackson, 
surgeon, and Anne Tapson Chamson ; ed. Portland Gram. Sch., Ply- 
mouth ; Univ. Coll., London ; m. Agnes Jane Mugliston of Radcliffe, 
Lancashire ; ex-pres. and mem. of the Plymouth Institution, and De- 
von and Cornwall Natural Hist. Soc; exam. mem. of General 
Med. Council (direct representative) ; vice-pres. of Incorp. Med. 
Practitioners' Assn.; ex-pres. of same, and of Plymouth Med. Soc; 
ex-pres. and pres. South- Western Branch, Brit. Med. Assn., 1904-5 ; 
formerly house surg. at the West London and Bolton (Lancashire) 
Hosps. ; hon. surg. to Devon and Cornwall Ear and Throat Hosp., 
(one of the founders) ; hon. surg. to Plymouth Pub. Disp. ; direct 
representative of Med. Profession on General Medical Council, 1901 ; 
F.R.C.S. Author: reports of cases in Lancet and Brit. Med. Journ. ; 
article on Gen. Med. Council in Med. Mag. Clubs: Imperial Colo- 
nies; Plymouth Liberal. Address: 10 Portland Villas, Plymouth, Eng. 

JACKSON, George Thomas; physician; b. New York City; s. George 
F. Jackson and Letitia J. S. (Macauley) Jackson; ed. com. schs. of 
New York; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia Univ.) 1878; 
post-grad, work Charity Hosp., 1877-78; Berlin, Vienna, and Stras- 
burg, 1878-80; m. 1878, Caroline G. Weidemeyer, Montclair, N. J.; 
mem. N. Y. Co. and State Med. Soc; Am. Dermatological Assn.; 
N. Y. Dermatological Soc. ; Century Assn. Author: Diseases of the 
Hair and Scalp, N. Y., 1887; Baldness, N. Y., 1889; Ready Refer- 
ence Hand-book of Diseases of the Skin, Phila., 1892; and a great 
many articles in the various med. journs. Residence: 192 West 
End Ave., New York. 

JACKSON, John Henry; physician; b. Brome, P. Q., Can., 1844; s. 
Horatio Nelson Jackson and Eliza (Hollister) Jackson; ed. com. 


schs. of Brome and Barre Acad., Vt. ; grad. med. dept., Univ. of Vt., 
1865; hon. A.M., 1884; m. 1869, Cora Wood, Barre, Vt.; prof, of 
physiology, Univ. of Vt., Coll. of Med., since 1882. Residence: 
Barre, Vt. 

JACKSON, John Hughlings; LL.D., M.D., F.R.S.; phys., Hosp. for 
Epilepsy and Paralysis; consulting phys., London Hosp., and Hosp. 
for Epilepsy and Paralysis. Address: 3 Manchester Square, Lon- 
don, Eng. 

JACKSON, William Richard; physician; b. Chireno, Texas, 1864; s. 
William D. Jackson and Mary Adelia Jackson; ed. com. schs. of 
Chireno and Woodville, Texas; acad. ed., Univ. of Nacogdoches, 
Texas; grad. Mobile, Ala. Med. Coll., 1888; post-grad, course, N. Y. 
Polyclinic and Post-Grad., 1895 ; Berlin, Germany, Vienna and Paris 
Schs. of Med., 1903; m. 1889, Mrs. Irene Gates; mem. State Med. 
Assn.; Am. Med. Assn.; Mobile Co. Med. Soc. ; demonstrator an- 
atomy, Med. Coll. of Ala., 1888-95; prof, principles and practice of 
surgery and genito-urinary diseases in same, 1900-05. Clubs: Dem- 
ocratic. Author: various contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 162 
St. Michael St., Mobile, Ala. 

JAMES, Frank Lowber; physician; b. Mobile, Ala., 1841 ; s. Thomas 
Simmons James and Laura (Spaulding) James; ed. Mobile, Ala., 
1847-57; Paris, Carlsruhe (Baden), Munich, and Vienna, from 1857- 
1861 ; grad. St. Louis Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1881 ; special studies 
in medicine and chemistry under Baron von Liebig; unmarried; ex- 
pres. Am. Micros. Soc. ; hon. mem. Ohio Pharm. Assn. ; Va. Pharm. 
Assn. ; Am. Pharm. Assn. ; Mo. Pharm. Assn. ; ex-omcio Royal 
Micros. Soc; etc. Author: Elementary Microscopical Technology 
and Notable monographs on The Microscope in the Investigation of 
Scorches and Burns on Textile Fabrics ; editor The National Drug- 
gist. Residence: 3032 C. Oliver St., St. Louis, Mo. 

JAMESON, Adam; b. Pathhead Manse, Fifeshire, Scotland, i860; 
4th s. of Rev. Chas. Jameson ; ed. Craigmount Sch. and Univ., Edin- 
burgh; grad. B.M. and M.S. in 1883, and later M.D. ; m. 1889, d. of 
Mr. Justice Hensman, Western Australia; returned to Europe, 1893, 
and practiced in Rome till 1897, when entered the Legislative Coun- 
cil of Western Australia, 1900; Minister for Lands and Official 
Leader of the Legislative Council, 1901 ; transferred to Transvaal, 
1903 ; Commissioner of Lands ; mem. of Executive, Legislative, and 
Inter-Colonial Councils, Pretoria, Transvaal, since 1903. Address: 
Commissioner of Lands, Pretoria, S. Africa. 


JARDINE, Robert; surgeon; b. Jardineville, New Brunswick, 1862; 
s. of Thomas Jardine, Jardineville, New Brunswick; ed. Mount Al- 
lison Coll., New Brunswick ; Edinburgh Univ. ; London Hosps. ; 
grad. M.B., CM., Univ. of Edin., 1886; M.D., 1889; m. 1889, May 
Barbara Brymner, Greenock ; appt. phys. to the West End Branch 
of the Glasgow Maternity Hosp., 1890; asst. phys., 1895; phys., 
1896; exam, in Midwifery to Glas. Univ., 1899; specialty is Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology; prof, of Midwifery, St. Mungo's Coll., 
Glasgow, since 1903 ; senior phys., Glasgow Maternity Hosp. ; 
exam, in Midwifery to the Scottish Conjoint Board; mem. 
M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; F.F.P. and S. (Glas.) ; F.R.S. (Edin.). Author: 
Clinical Obstetrics; Text-book of Midwifery for Nurses; Clinical 
Lectures on Haemorrhage and Eclampsia ; num. contribs. to var. med. 
journs. Address: St. Mungo's Coll., and 5 Clifton Place, Glasgow, 

JELLIFFE, Smith Ely; physician; b. New York, 1866; s. William 
Munson Jelliffe and Susan Emma (Kitchel) Jelliffe; ed. pub. schs. 
of Brooklyn and Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst.; A.B., 1886; grad. Pr.S., 
Med. Dept, Columbia Univ., 1889; A.M., M.D., Ph.D., Columbia 
Univ. ; m. 1894, Helena Dewey Leeming, New York ; prof, pharma- 
cognosy, Coll. Pharmacy, New York; visiting neurologist, City 
Hosp. ; mem. Am. Neurological Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Pharma- 
ceutical Assn.; N. Y. Acad, of Med.; N. Y. Neurological Soc; N. 
Y. Co. Neurolog. Soc, etc. Clubs: Athletic, Barnard. Author: 
Outlines Plant Histology, incorporated as Essentials of Vegetable 
Pharmacognosy, N. Y., 1895; Flora of Long Island, (Priv.) 1899; 
Morphology and Histology of Plants, Lancaster, Pa., 1899; Revi- 
sions and Trans. May's Physiology, N. Y., 1899 ; Essentials of Med- 
ical Chemistry, Phila., 1899; Nervous Diseases in Butler's Diag- 
nostics, N. Y., 1901 ; Materia Medica (Butler, 4th ed., 1902; 5th ed., 
1905), Phila.; stud, notes on Pharmacognosy, Allia. Press, 1903; In- 
troduction to Pharmacognosy, Phila., 1904; edit. Standard Diction- 
ary (Med. Terms), N. Y., 1903; Encyclopedia Americana, (Med. 
Terms), N. Y., 1903; Urine and Feces, N. Y., 1905; many articles 
on Botany-Pharmacognosy, Materia Medica, Neurology and Psy- 
chiatry from 1890 to present time; editor Med. News since 1900; 
man. editor and publisher, Journ. of Nervous and Mental Diseases 
since 1902 ; in press, Translations and editing of Les Psychoneuroses, 
N. Y. ; Das Aertzliche Hausbuch, N. Y. ; etc Residence: 64 W. 
56 St., New York. 


JENKINS, Sir James; K.C.B.; surgeon; b. 1818; 5. of late William 
Jenkins; ed. Scotland; grad. M.D. Glasgow, 1839; M.R.C.S. Eng., 
1845; m. Sophia Pauline Luckraft, 1862, (died 1882) ; entered R.N. 
as asst.-surg., 1841 ; surg., 1854; staff-surg., 1863; dept. inspector- 
general of Hosp., 1872; inspector-general (retired), 1878; served 
in charge of Naval Brigade before Sebastopol, 1854-55 (medal with 
clasp, Turkish medal, and Legion of Honor) ; staff-surg. of hosp. 
ships "Belleisle" and "Simoon" in China, 1857-61 (medal with two 
clasps) ; sen. med. offi. of Plymouth Division of R.M., 1861-69; of 
R.M. Artillery at Eastney, 1869-72; deputy-inspector-gen. of Nav. 
Hosp. at Bermuda, 1872-75 ; of Roy. Nav. Hosp. at Plymouth, 1875- 
78; C.B. 1867. Address: Nevinston, Mannamead, Plymouth, Eng. 

JEPSON, Samuel L.; physician; b. Clairsville, O., 1845; s. John Jep- 
son and Hannah J. Jepson; grad. Washington Coll., Pa., 1864; 
(A.M., Washington and Jefferson, 1868) ; M.D., Med. Coll. of Ohio., 
1868; m. 1871, H. Isabella Scott, Jefferson Co., O. ; lecturer on Ob- 
stetric Nursing in City Hosp. training school for nurses; resident 
phys. Cincinnati Hosp., 1868-69; health officer, Wheeling, W. Va., 
1873-79, and 1895-1900; mem. Wheeling City Council, 1881-84; 
bd. edn., Wheeling, 1881-92, and 1897-98; its pres. 1891-92; Am. 
Med. Assn. ; ex-pres. W. Va. State Med. Soc. ; and Ohio Co. Med. 
Soc. ; examiner and med. referee for several ins. cos. Author: a 
great many valuable articles contrib. to leading med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 81 1 2th St., Wheeling, W. Va. 

JEX=BLAKE, Sophia; physician; b. 1840; d. of Thomas Jex-Blake, 
Proctor of Doctors Commons, and of Sussex Square, Brighton, and 
Maria Emily Cubitt, Honing Hall, Norfolk; grad. M.D. (Univ. of 
Bern) 1877; Licentiate, 1877, and mem., 1880, of the Irish Coll. of 
Phys.; Math. Tutor at Queen's Coll., London, 1858-61; in 1866 
began to study med. in Boston, U. S. A., under Dr. Lucy Sewall; 
in 1869 matriculated in Med. Faculty of Univ. of Edin. ; in 1874 
founded London Sch. of Med. for Women; opened Dispensary for 
Women and Children in Edinburgh, 1878, and Cottage Hosp. in 
1885 ; in 1886 founded Edin. Sch. of Med. for Women, which Univ. 
of Edin. recognized for graduation in 1894; late attending med. offi. 
of Edinburgh Dispensary and Cottage Hosp. for Women and Chil- 
dren, and dean of Edinburgh Sch. of Med. for Women ; lecturer on 
Midwifery. Author: Am. 'Schs. and Colls., 1866; Med. Women, 
1872 (2nd ed. 1886) ; Puerperal Fever (Grad. Thesis), 1877; Care 
of Infants, 1884 ; various articles in Fortnightly Review, 1875 ; Nine- 


teenth Century, 1887 and 1894. Address: Windydene, Mark Cross, 
Sussex, Eng. 

JOHNSON, George Lindsay; b. 1854; s. of late William H. 
Johnson of Manchester; ed. Owens Coll., Manchester; grad. M.A., 
M.D., B.S., Caius Coll., Cambridge; F.R.C.S. Eng.; late examiner 
in Theoretical and Applied Optics to the S.M. Company, London; 
mem. of the Accademia delle Scienze ed Arti, Modena, Italy; surg. 
to New Coll. ; cons, ophthal. surg. Western Gen. Disp. ; ophthal. 
surg. to the Cabmen's Benevolent Assn. ; to the Warehousemen and 
Clerks' Soc, and various other charities ; Council, Roy. Photog. Soc. 
Author: Treatise on Glaucoma ; Contributions to Knapp's Archives 
of Ophthalmology ; article on Optics in Ganot's Physics ; contribs. to 
various English, French, and German scientific publications on Op- 
tics ; various articles in Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Soc, 
London; Observations on European Leprosy; and Ophthalmology 
of the Mammalia, Phil. Trans. Royal Society; also inventor of the 
macula sensitometer and various other optical instruments of pre- 
cision. Clubs: Camera, Press. Address: Cortina, Netherhall Gardens, 
South Hampstead, N. W. ; 36 Finsbury Pavement, London, Eng. 

JOHNSTON, George Ben; physician; b. Tazewell, Va., 1853; ed. Ab- 
ing-Mole Acad., Univ. of Va. ; grad. New York Univ.; m. 1892, 
Helen C. Rutherford, Rock Castle, Va. ; prof, abdom. surg., Med. 
Coll., Va. ; surg. and chief of staff, Memorial Hosp. ; mem. Med. 
Soc. of Va., Southern Surg, and Gynec. Soc. ; A. M. Assn. ; Intern. 
Surg. Assn. ; ex-pres. Am. Surg. Assn. Clubs: Westmoreland, Sons 
of Revolution, Va. ; Soc. of the Cincinnati. Author: num. articles to 
med. soc. and journs. Residence: 407 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

JONES, Edward Groves; physician; b. Chattanooga Co., Ga., 1874; 
s. John A. Jones and Margaret (Kendrick) Jones; ed. Atlanta, Ga., 
1890-93 ; grad. A.B., Emory Coll., 1895 ; M.D., Atlanta Coll. Phys. 
and Surg., 1900 ; post-grad, studies Johns Hopkins Hosp. ; unmar- 
ried. Author: Notes on Obstetrics and Gynecology, Phila., 1900; 
Outlines of Physiology, (Priv.) 1901. Residence: 131 S. Pryor St., 
Atlanta, Ga. 

JONES, Gains J.; physician; b. Remsen, N. Y., 1843; s. Jonathan 
Jones and Elizabeth (Roberts) Jones; ed. dist. sch., priv. sch. and 
Prospect Acad., Prospect, N. Y. ; grad. Homeo. Hosp. Coll. of Cleve- 
land, 1872; m. 1866, Emma Wilmot, Liverpool, O. ; dean, Cleveland 
Med. Coll., 1890-97; dean and master, Cleveland Homeo. Med. Coll. 
since 1899; lecturer on anatomy since 1872; and lecturer on theory 


and practice of medicine for the past 27 years; consulting member 
of staff of Cleveland City and Huron St. Hosps. ; mem. Homeo. 
Med. Soc. of Ohio since 1874; and now its pres. Clubs: Country; 
Masonic; Scottish Rite; Army and Navy Post, G. A. R. Author: 
Jones' Book on the Theory and Practice of Medicine; contribs. to 
med. journs. Residence: 1068 Case Ave., Cleveland, O. 

JONES, Philip Mills; physician; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1870; s. 
Lysander Mills Jones and Pauline (Both-Hendriksen) Jones; ed. 
Polytechnic, Brooklyn, and N. Y. Univ., 1886-87; grad. M. D., Long 
Island Coll. Hosp., 1891 ; surg., P.M.S.S., "City of Para," 1891 ; 
surg. to 3 mining cos., Yuscaran, Honduras, Cent. Am., 1892-93 ; 
surg. genl. army of Honduras, 1893 ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; 
A.A.A.S.; Am. Auth. Assn.; Cal. Acad, of Med.; Sec. Med. Soc. 
State of Cal., etc. Clubs: Press; Olympic. Author: various papers 
on the X-Ray contributed to med., physical and electric journs. ; 
editor Cal. State Journ. of Med. Residence: 218 Mason St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

JONES, Robert; physician; grad. M.D. Lond., B.S., F.R.C.S. Eng., 
M.R.C.P. Lond. ; m. d. of Sir Owen Roberts, M.A., D.C.L. ; resident 
phys. to the London County Council Asylum, Claybury, Woodford, 
Essex; formerly resident phys. to the Earlswood Asylum, Surrey; 
sec. of Medico-Psychol. Assn. ; hon. assoc. of the Order of St. 
John of Jerus. ; lectures upon Mental Diseases at the Post-Grad. 
Med. Coll. and Polyclinic, London ; pres. of the Section Psychol. 
Med., Brit. Med. Assn., 1903 ; mem. of the Advanced Board of 
Med. Studies (representing mental diseases), of the Univ. of Lond.; 
mem. of Aristotelian Soc. ; Hon. Soc. of Cymmrodorion ; Neurolog., 
Psychol, and Med. Soc. of London, etc. Author: studies in mental 
diseases in asylums in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Aus- 
tria, Poland, Russia, and Norway; contributions upon the treatment 
of mental diseases to English and Am. journs. and reviews of 
Psychological and Philosophical works, and many papers on the 
question of Mental and Physical Deterioration, etc. Clubs: Re- 
form, Albemarle. Address: Claybury, Wood ford Bridge, Essex, Eng. 

JONES, William Russell; physician; b. Beaumont, Va., 1870; s. 
Thomas Scott Jones and Lillie (Coleman) Jones; ed. by priv. tutor 
and high sch. ; grad. M.D., Univ. of Va., 1892; post-grad. Univ. 
Coll. of Med., Ph.G. ; m. 1905, Jane Taylor Fisher, Richmond, Va. ; 
phys. to Va. Hosp. ; prof. Med. Chemistry ; lecturer on med. diag- 
nosis, Univ. Coll. of Med. ; mem. Med. Soc. of Va. ; Am. Med. Assn. 


Club: Commonwealth. Author: Abstract of Lectures on Chemistry, 
Richmond, 1899; A Text-book of Chemistry for Students and Prac- 
titioners of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy (in press), Phila., 
1905. Residence: 9 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 
JOSEPHI, Simeon Edward; physician; b. New York, 1849; 5. Ed- 
ward Josephi and Sarah (Mendoza) Josephi; ed. com. schs. of New 
York, and N. Y. Free Acad.; grad. Med. Dept, Univ. of Cal., 1877; 
m. 1871, Hannah M. Stone, Portland, Ore.; ex-pres., dean and prof, 
of obstetrics and nervous diseases, Med. Dept., Univ. of Oregon 
since 1887; state senator (Oregon) 1898-1902; asst. phys. Oregon 
Hosp. for Insane, 1877-81 ; prof, anatomy Med. Dept., Willamette 
Univ., 1879-85; med. supt., 1881-1884; med. supt., Insane Asylum 
of Oregon, 1885-86; mem. State Advisory Board of Pardons, 1884-86; 
Port of Portland Commission, 1890-95 ; A.M. A. ; Oregon State Med. 
Soc. ; ex-pres., House of Delegates, and ex-pres., Portland City and 
Co. Med. Soc. Author: contribs. to the var. med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 132 E. Twelfth St., Portland, Oregon, 


KAAN, George Warton; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1854; s. George 
Kaan and Marie (Warton) Kaan; ed. com. schs. of Snowville, 
Mass.; grad. Harvard Univ. Med. Sch., 1890; m. 1893, Mary Moore 
Dunbar ; prof, clinical gynecology, Tufts Coll. Med. Sch. ; asst. surg., 
Free Hosp. for Women ; supt. Tremont Dispensary ; consulting gyne- 
cologist, Adams Nervine Asylum; censor, Mass. Med. Soc, etc. 
Residence: Brookline, Mass. 

KAHLO, George Dwight; b. Napoleon, O. ; .?. Charles Kahlo and 
Cornelia E. (Colby) Kahlo; ed. Logansport, Ind. ; Sydney, N. S. W., 
Univ. ; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., M.D. ; post-grad, work in 
N. Y. Polyclinic, Johns Hopkins, Berlin, Munich, Vienna ; m. 1896, 
Olive Gaston, Indianapolis ; prof. med. and clin. med., Sch. Med., 
Purdue Univ. ; late dean Cent. Coll. Phys. and Surg. ; vis. phys. 
Indianapolis City Hosp. and Disp. ; mem. Indianapolis and Ind. State 
Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; etc. Clubs: Columbia, University. 
Residence: 1403 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

KATZENBACH, William Henry; physician; b. Trenton, N. J., 1847; 
s. Peter Katzenbach and Jane Elizabeth Katzenbach ; ed. State Model 
Sch. and Trenton Acad., Trenton, N. J. ; grad. Princeton Univ., 


1867; A.M., 1870; M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1871 ; widower; 
prof, clinical mecl., New York Polyclinic Med. Sch. and Hosp.; 
mem. N. Y. Acad, of Med. ; N. Y. Co. Med. Soc. ; N. Y. Clinical 
Soc. ; Phys. Mut'l Aid Assn. of N. Y., etc. Clubs: University, 
Princeton. Residence: 17 W. 45th St., New York City. 

KEITH, Arthur; physician; ed. Aberdeen Univ.; grad. M.D., Univ. 
Coll., London; Leipzig Univ.; sec. Anat. Soc. of G. Brit., 1899-1902; 
Hunterian prof. R. C. of Surg., 1900-03 ; F.R.C.S. ; lecturer on Anat., 
London Hosp. Med. Coll. Author: Introduction to Study of An- 
thropoid Apes, 1896; Human Embryology and Morphology, 1901 ; 
edited Hughes' Practical Anatomy, 1902 ; ass. editor of Treves Sur- 
gical and Applied Anatomy. Address: London Hosp. Med. Coll., 
London, Eng. 

KEITH, George Skene; physician; b. St. Cyrus, 1819; s. of Alex- 
ander Keith, D.D., St. Cyrus ; ed. Aberdeen ; grad. M.D., LL.D., etc., 
Edinburgh, Buda-Pesth, Paris; m. Euphemia Hislop, Prestonpans, 
1849; prize-taker in all classes at Marischal Coll., Aberdeen; first 
medallist Prof. Simpson's first class, Edin., 1840-1841 ; practice in 
Rome, 1843-44; Edinburgh, 1845; first five years colleague of Prof., 
afterwards Sir James Y. Simpson, Bart. ; retired 1880. Publications: 
Plea for a Simpler Life, 1895; Fads of an Old Physician, 1897; ^ ea 
for a Simpler Faith, 1897; O n Sanitary and other Matters, 1900. 
Clubs: National Liberal; Liberal, Edinburgh. Address: Moidart 
Cottage, Currie, Midlothian, Scotland. 

KELLOGG, John Harvey; physician; b. Tyrone, Mich.; .y. John Pres- 
ton Kellogg and Mary Ann (Call) Kellogg; ed. com. schs. of Battle 
Creek, 1860-70, and Mich. State Normal Sch. ; m, 1879, Ella Ervilla 
Eaton, Battle Creek, Mich.; studied in Berlin, Vienna, London, 
Paris, and Stockholm, 1883-89 and 1899-1902; mem. British Gyneco- 
logical Soc. ; the Intern. Periodical Cong, of Gynecology and Obstet- 
rics ; Brit, and Am. Assn. for the Advancement of Science ; Societe 
d' Hygiene of France ; Am. Soc. of Microscopists ; Am. Med. Assn., 
etc. Author: Text-book and Charts on Physiology for Use of 
Schools; Home Hand-book of Hygiene; Man the Masterpiece; Art 
of Massage ; Rational Hydrotherapy ; the Standard ; and various 
technical papers; editor Good Health; Modem Medicine and Bac- 
teriological Review. Residence: 202 Manchester St., Battle Creek, 

KELYNACK, Theo. N.; physician; b. Wells, Somerset, 1866; s. of 
Rev. N. Kelynack ; ed. Univ. Coll. Sch., London ; grad. M.D., Ch.B., 


Owens Coll., Manchester ; lion. sec. Soc. for the Study of Inebriety ; 
editor of Brit. Journ. of Ineb. ; phys., Mt. Vernon Hosp. for Con- 
sumption ; and hon. phys.-in-charge of Country Branch, Northwood, 
Middlesex, Infants' Hosp. ; med. offi. Sceptre Life Assn. ; cons. phys. 
to Dalrymple Home; Fellow Roy. Med.-Chir., Med., Geog. Soc; 
mem. Brit. Med. Assn.; Clin., Path., Neurol., Med.-Legal Soc; 
Roy. Coll. Phys., etc. Author: Pathology of Verm. Append., 1893 ; 
Renal Growths: their Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment, 1898; 
Pathologist's Hand-book, 1899; Arsenical Poisoning in Beer Drink- 
ers, 1901 ; The Sanatorium Treatment of Consumption, 1904; con- 
tribs. to Medical Annual and various scientific soc. and med. journs. 
Club: Royal Societies. Address: 120 Harley St., London, Eng. 

KEMPSTER, Walter; physician; b. London, Eng., 1841 ; s. Chris- 
topher Kempster and Charlotte (Tiefle) Kempster; ed. com. schs. 
of Syracuse, N. Y. ; grad. Long Island Med. Coll., 1864; m. 1892, 
Frances S. Fraser, Milwaukee, Wis.; served in the Civil War; 1st 
Lt., 1863 ; asst. surg. U. S. A., 1864-65 ; asst. supt., State Asylum for 
Idiots, 1866-67; asst. phys. N. Y. Hosp. for Insane, Utica, 1867-73; 
supt. Hosp. for Insane, Winnebago, Wis., 1872-84; 1st phys. in the 
U. S. to make systematic microscopic exam, of brains of insane; 
and 1st to photograph through microscope the actual disease, (1867) ; 
special med. counsel for U. S. government, trial of Guiteau for assas- 
sination of Pres. Garfield ; prof, diseases of the brain and nervous 
system, Wis. Coll. Phys. and Surg. ; special comm. N. Y. government 
on emigration from Old World, 1890; on contagious diseases pre- 
venting the introduction of cholera into the U. S., during the World's 
Fair (1903) ; comm. of health, Milwaukee, 1894-98; mem. Am. Med. 
Assn.; N. Y. State Med. Soc; Assn. Med. Supts. Hosps. for In- 
sane ; Wis. State Med. Soc. ; Chicago Pathological Soc. ; Wis. State 
Soc. Archaeology ; Co. Med. Soc. ; bronze medal from State New 
York for bravery at Gettysburg in the battle of 1863. Author: 
Causes of Emigration from Europe, 1892; Intern. Dissemination of 
Cholera and Other Infectious Diseases, with Plan for Effectual 
Quarantine, U. S. Government, 1893 ; A Roman Dinner, (priv.) 
1900; and in preparation, History of Cavalry, Army of the Potomac; 
asst. editor Am. Journ. of Insanity, 1874-84; edited War Papers, 
Wis. commandery Loyal Legion, Vol. 3, 1903; and contrib. various 
papers to the med. journs. Residence: 426 Jackson St., Milwaukee, 

KENNEDY, Walter Urban; physician; b. Murrayville, 111., 1876; s. 


Urban B. Kennedy and Kathleen (Stuart) Kennedy; ed. com. schs. 
of Winchester, 111., and Univ. of 111., 1895 ; grad. Barnes Med. Coll. ; 
post-grad, work, Univ. of Berlin, 1904; m. 1903, Sada Kertrees, 111.; 
prof, bacteriology, Barnes Med. Coll., 1903 ; prof, fractures, disloca- 
tions and clinical surgery, 1904; prize essay, tuberculosis of the 
glands, etc., 1904; chief surg., N. St. Louis Hosp. ; mem. Am. Med. 
Assn. ; Mo. State Med. Soc, and St. Louis Med. Soc. Clubs: Mis- 
souri, Athletic, Jefferson. Residence: 1121 Cass Ave., St. Louis, 

KEOGH, Lieut.=Col. Alfred; physician; b. 1857; C.B., 1900; M.D., 
R.A.M.C. ; Temporary Surgeon-General ; Deputy Director-General, 
A.M.S. Address: Rutland House, Cheniston Gardens, Kensington, 
London, Eng. 

KIDD, Percy M.; physician; b. 1851 ; s. of Joseph Kidd, M.D. ; ed. 
Uppingham; grad. M.D., Balliol Coll., Oxford; m. 1881, Gertrude 
Harrison, West Hay, Wrington, Somersetshire; first class Final 
Sch. of Nat. Sc, Oxf., 1873; Radcliffe Traveling Fellow, Oxf. Univ. 
1878; mem. Fell, of Roy. Coll. of Pnys. of Lond. ; phys. to the Lond. 
Hosp. and Hosp. for Consump. and Diseases of the Chest, Bromp- 
ton. Author: var. med. subjs. in Quain's and Allbutt's Diets, of 
Medicine, and med. journs. and transactions of med. socs. Ad- 
dress: 60 Brook St., Grosvenor Square, London, Eng. 

KIERNAN, James George; physician; b. New York, 1852; s. Francis 
Kiernan and Mary (Aiken) Kiernan; ed. pub. schs., Coll. City of 
New York; grad. med. dept, Univ. of New York, 1874; m. 1881, 
Jane Ann Trumper, New York City; asst. phys., New York City 
Asylum for the Insane, 1874; supt., Cook Co. (Chicago) Insane 
Hosp., 1884, and forced the investigation of Co. charities in 1885 
which led to the "boodle" trials and convictions of 1887; expert in 
Guiteau case, 1881, and many other criminal cases in which medico- 
legal issues were involved ; prof. Nervous and Mental Diseases, Chic. 
Med. Coll., and Milwaukee Med. Coll., 1894-96; prof. Neurology, 
Chic. Post-Grad. Sch., 1902-03 ; prof. Forensic Psychiatry, Kent- 
Chic. Law Coll., 1891-1905; prof. Med. Jurisp., Dearborn Med. 
Coll., 1904-05 ; mem. French Medico-Psychologic Assn. ; Int. Med. 
Congress, 1900; hon. mem., Chic. Neurol. Soc; Fellow, Chic. Acad. 
of Med. ; hon. pres., Sect. Nervous and Mental Diseases, etc. 
Author: contribs. to the sci. and med. journs. Residence: 808 Pratt 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

KING, James Moore; specialist in Dermatology; b. Murfreesboro, 


Term., 1867; * Charles Hayes King and Ann (Wood) King; ed. 
com schs. of Rutherford Co. and Univ. of Nashville; grad. B.S., 
Univ of Nashville, 1892; M.D., med. dept., 1896; post-grad course 
Polyclinic Hosp. and Med. Coll., New York City and Hosp of 
London, Eng. ; m. 1893, Mary Lewis Neal, Parkersburg W. Va ; 
prof. Physics, Univ. of Nashville; prof. Chemistry, Med Dept, 
Univ of Nashville; State chemist; mem. Acad, of Med. of Nash- 
ville; Middle Tenn. Med. Assn.; Tenn. Med. Assn., etc. Residence: 
42 Rutledge St., Nashville, Tenn. 
KING, Joseph Miller; physician; b. New Brunswick, Canada, 1872, 
s Tohn S. King and Margaret (Irving) King; ed. com schs 
Beaver Falls, Pa., 1880-86; and Geneva Coll., 1886-89; ;grad. med. 
dept., Univ. of So. Cal., 1895 I ™. 1900, Maud Frances Turner Los 
Angeles, Cal.; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Med. Sen., 
Univ. of So. Cal.; mem., A.M.A. ; pres., Los Angeles Co. Med. 
Assn.; sec, So. Cal. Med. Soc, etc. Club: California. Residence: 
1221 Lake St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
KING, Willis Percival; physician; b. Macon Co., Mo., 1839; J. Wil- 
liam and Lucy King; ed. com. schs. and Halley's Acad., Howard 
Co., Mo., 1849-58; grad. St. Louis Med. Coll., 1866; Bellevue Hosp. 
Med. Coll., 1871; Polyclinic, N. Y., 1885; m. Albma H Hoss, 
Pettis Co., Mo.; lecturer in med. schs. of Kansas City and at Univ. 
of Mo.; took charge Mo. Pacific Hosp., Sedalia, 1885-86 ; appt d 
asst. chief surg., Mo. Pacific R. R. System, Kansas City 1888 ; pres., 
Mo. State Med. Assn., 1881-82; senior vice-pres., Am. Med Assn., 
1882-83; Nat. Assn. Ry. Surgs. ; specialist in surgery and diseases 
of women. Author: Stories of a Country Doctor; and a great many 
med. and scientific papers to med. journs. Residence: 1450 Inde- 
pendence Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 
KINKEAD, R. J.; physician; b. Ballina, Co. Mayo; , of Rev. Francis 
Kinkead and Elizabeth Croften, Croften Park, Ballina; ed . Rossall 
Coll • Arlington House, Portarlington ; grad. M.D., Roy Loll, ol 
Surgs., Ireland, and Univ. of Dublin; m. 1st, Alice Langley; 2nd, 
Emily widow of Col. Poulett Somerset, C.B., M.P., and A of John 
Hubert Moore; silver medals, Med. and Surg.; practiced in Tuam, 
1865-67; Hon. Sec. Tuam Diocesan Synod; prof., 1876; < mem. 
Council Q.C.G.; exam, late Queen's Univ., Ireland; mem. L.R.C.S.I., 
J.P., Co Galway; prof. Obstets. and lect. in Med. Junsp., Queens 
Coll., Galway; phys. and gynecol., the Galway Hosp. ; surg 1M. 
Prison, Galway; past pres. and vice-pres., Irish Med. Assn..; Fellow, 


Roy. Acad, of Med., Ireland ; Brit. Gynecol. Soc. ; Dep. Prov. Grand 
Master, South Connaught. Author: num. contribs. to med. and other 
journs. ; Our Homes; The Irish Medical Practitioner's Guide; In- 
sanity, Inebriety and Crime; Our Senses and How They Serve Us. 
Clubs: Primrose; Galway County. Address: Queen's College, and 
Forster House, Galway, Ireland. 

KLEIN, Edward E.; physician; F.R.S. ; lecturer on adv. Bacteriology, 
Med. Sch., St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; has been connected with med. 
dept. of Local Gov. Board since 1871, in pathological and bacterio- 
logical inquiries; m. 1877. Author: several text-books on Histology 
and Bacteriology ; num. reports on Pathological and Bacteriological 
subjs. in Reports of the Med. Offi. of the Local Gov. Board, 1871- 
1904. Address: Harewood, Riverdale Gardens, Twickenham Park, 
London, Eng. 

KNIGHT, Frederick Irving; physician; b. Newburyport, Mass., 1841 ; 
s. Frederick Knight and Ann (Goodwin) Knight; grad. Yale Univ., 
1862; A.M., 1865; med. dept., Harvard Univ., 1866; studied in 
Berlin and Vienna; m. 1871, Louise Armisteas Appleton (died 
1901) ; specialist in diseases of the throat and chest, of which he 
was instructor and clinical prof, in Harvard for many years ; con- 
sulting phys., Mass. Gen. Hosp. ; Fellow, Am. Acad. Arts and 
Sciences ; ex-pres., Am. Laryngol. Assn. ; Am. Climatol. Assn., and 
the Boston Soc. for Med. Improvement, etc. Clubs: St. Botolph ; 
University. Author: num. contribs. to the med. journs. Residence: 
195 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

KNOPF, S. Adolphus; physician; b. Halle on the Saale, Germany, 
1857; s. Adolphus and Nannina Knopf; ed. Higher Municipal Sch. 
at Halle, priv. tutors and Sorbonne, Univ. of Paris, 1889-91 ; grad. 
B.S. and B.A., Univ. of Paris, 1891 ; M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll., 1888; M.D., Faculty of Med. of Paris, 1895; m. 1889, Perle 
W. Dyar, Los Angeles, Cal. ; Laureate of the Acad, of Med. of 
Paris, 1896; also Coll. of Phys. of Phila., 1898; also Institute of 
Paris for 2nd edition of thesis, 1900; asst. to Prof. Dettweiler, 
Falkenstein Sanatorium, 1895-96; of the Intern. Tuberculosis Con- 
gress, Berlin, 1900; hon. vice-pres., Brit. Cong, on Tuberculosis, 
1901 ; Fellow of the Am. and New York Acads. of Med. ; hon. 
Fellow, Maine Acad, of Med. and Science ; director in Nat'l Assn. 
for study and prev. of Tuberculosis ; mem. of Inter '1 Bureau for 
Prevention of Tuberculosis ; socs. and assns. of the State and Co. of 
New York; hon. mem., Soc. Antonio Alzati of Mexico, etc. Club: 


City. Author: Les Sanatoria, Paris, 1895; Pulmonary Tubercu- 
losis, Phila., 1899 ; Diagnosis ; Prognosis ; Prophytaxis de la phthisie 
Pulmonaire, N. Y., 1901 ; Die Tuberkulose als Volks-Krankheit 
und deren Bekampfung, Berlin, 1900; Tuberculosis as a Disease of 
the Masses, N. Y., 1901 ; Tuberculosis (supplement, Twentieth Cen- 
tury Practice of Medicine), N. Y., 1903; besides a great many 
articles contributed to leading med. journs. on Tuberculosis and 
Hygienic subjects. Residence: 16 W. 95th St., New York City. 

KOBER, George Martin; physician; b. Alsfeld, Germany, 1850; s. 
Jacob Kober and Dorothea (Behr) Kober; ed. com. sch., Alsfeld; 
grad., Georgetown Univ. Med. Sch., 1873; unmarried; prof. Hy- 
giene and dean med. dept., Georgetown Univ. ; sec, Wash. Post- 
Grad. Med. Sch. ; consulting staff, Children's Hosp. ; Emergency 
Hosp. ; Georgetown Univ. Hosp. ; Providence Hosp., and Wash. 
Asylum Hosp. ; pres., Med. Soc. of S. C. ; ex-pres., Med. Assn. 
and Med. and Surg. Soc, D. C. ; vice-pres., Anthropol. Soc. ; mem. 
Wash. Acad, of Sciences; lion, mem., Assn. Mil. Surgs. in U. S. 
Author of a great many monographs, and papers on med., surg. and 
sanitary subjects, contributed to the various med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 1600 T St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

KOENIG, Adolph; physician; b. Wiggiswyl, Switzerland, 1855; s. 
Christian Koenig and Magdalena (Iseli) Koenig; ed. country sch., 
Allegheny Co., Pa. ; acad. ed., Tarentum Acad., 1872-73 ; grad., 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y., 1879; m. 1st, 1889, Fannie M. 
Law, Saratoga, N. Y. ; 2nd, 1895, Mary B. Jeffcoat, Crafton, Pa.; 
post-grad. hon. Ph.D., Western Univ. of Pa., 1897; prof. Materia 
Medica and Botany, Pittsburg Coll. of Pharmacy, 1885-1905; phys. 
to Allegheny General Hosp. since 1904 ; ex-pres. Allegheny Co. 
Med. Soc, and Western Pa. Botanical Soc, etc. ; pres. Pa. State 
Med. Soc, 1905. Club: University. Editor and publisher Pitts- 
burg Medical Review, 1886-97; P a - Med. Journal, 1897-1904; many 
contribs. to med. journs. Residence: Edgewood Park, Pa. 

KOLLE, Frederick Strange; physician; b. Hanover, Germany, 1871 ; 
s. John and Bertha Kolle ; ed. Germany and Brooklyn, N. Y. ; grad. 
M.D., Long Island Coll. Hosp., 1893; unmarried; hon. M.E., Nat. 
Coll. Electro-Therapeutics ; asst. aural phys., Brooklyn Eye and 
Ear Hosp., 1893; interne, Kings Co. Hosp., 1893-94; asst. phys., 
Contagious Disease Hosp., Brooklyn, 1894; one of the earliest X-ray 
investigators in U. S., 1896; chief instr., dept. electro-therapeutics, 
Elec Eng'ring Inst., N. Y., 1896-1900; radiographer to M.E. 


Hosp., Brooklyn ; mem. N. Y. Elec. Soc. ; Med. Soc. Kings Co. ; 
inventor: Radiometer ; Kolle X-ray coil switching devices ; denta- 
skiascope; Oesophameter ; folding fluoroscope; X-ray printing proc- 
ess; Kolle focus-tube, etc. Author: The Recent Roentgen Discov- 
ery, 1896; The X-Rays, Their Production and Application, 1897; 
Medico-Surgical Radiography, N. Y., 1898; Pen Lyrics, N. Y., 
1902 ; Fifty and One Tales of Modern Fairyland, N. Y., 1905 ; The 
Grown Baby Book, N. Y., 1904; asso. editor, Elect. Age, 1897-1902; 
and many papers on X-rays and other scientific subjects, contributed 
to the med. press. Residence: 1028 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

KRAFT, Frank; physician; b. Cincinnati, 1851 ; s. Ignatz Kraft and 
Christina B. Kraft ; ed. com. schs. of Cincinnati ; grad. Med. Coll. of 
Mo., 1886; m. 1883, Ella D. Bolt, Richmond, Ind.; prof. Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics for a number of years in Cleveland Homeo. 
Hosp. Coll., and Cleveland Med. Coll. ; mem. Am. Inst, of Homeo. ; 
Ohio State Homeo. Med. Soc. ; Cleveland Homeo. Med. Soc, etc. 
Editor of American Physician since 1887. Residence: 57 Bell Ave., 
Cleveland, O. 

KUFLEWSKI, Wladyslaw A.; physician; b. Posen, Poland, 1870; s. 
August Kuflewski and Salomea (Kalacruska) Kuflewski; ed. in 
Poland; grad. Chic. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 1894; unmarried; 
prof. Surg., Chic. Clinical Sch. ; surg., Second Reg., I. N. G. ; high 
med. examiner, Polish Mut'l Alliance of U. S. A., since 1896; pres. 
Polish Med. Soc, and Polish Nat'l Library ; ex-vice-pres. Chic. Public 
Library, 1899-1902; mem. Chic. Board of Education, 1902-08; Chic. 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Am. Med. Assn.; U. S. Military 
Surgs. Assn., etc. ; U. S. correspondent for Polish med. journs. in 
Europe. Club: Athletic. Residence: Chicago Athletic Club, Chic, Ills. 

KUNZE, Richard Ernest; eclectic physician; b. Altemburg, Saxe- 
Altemburg, Germany, 1838; .y. Johann Jakob Kunze and Adelaide 
(Collen) Kunze; ed. private sch., Altemburg; grad. Eclectic Med. 
Coll. of New York, 1868; and practiced in N. Y. for a number of 
years; m. 1857. Anne McNamee, Corduff, Ireland (died in 1888); 
hon. Ph.D., U. S. Med. Coll. of New York City, 1884; mem. 
Eclectic Med. Soc. of N. A. ; State Eclectic Med. Soc ; Nat'l Eclectic 
Med. Assn. ; pres. N. Y. Therapeutical Assn., vice-pres. West-Side 
Med. Soc. of N. Y. ; Hist. Soc. of Austin, Texas ; director of the 
Coll. of Archaeology and Aesthetics, New York City ; Archaeological 
Soc. of Phoenix, Arizona; Torrey Botanical Club of Columbia Coll., 
etc. Since 1896 has made special studies of medicinal plants and 


insect fauna of Ariz.; since 1904, collecting North American Cacti 
for the Smithsonian Inst., Washington, D. C. Author: many im- 
portant botanical works ; Materia Medica, Past, Present and Future 
(in MS). Residence: Seventh Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. 

LACHAPELLE, Emanuel Persillier; physician; b. Sault au Recollet, 
Que., 1845; s. Pierre Persillier-Lachapelle and Marie Zoe (Tour- 
pin) Persillier-Lachapelle ; cd. Montreal Coll.; grad. Montreal Sch. 
of Med. and Surg., 1869; unmarried; appt. surg., 65th reg., Mount 
Royal Rifles, 1872, and served till 1886 ; pres. Coll. Phys. and Surgs. 
of the Province of Que. ; pres. Bd. of Health, Prov., Que. ; prof, of 
Hygiene, Laval Univ., Montreal; made Knight of the Legion of 
Honor by the French government, 1898 ; asso. mem., Societe Fran- 
caise d'Hygiene of Paris; from 1876 to 1882, he was proprietor 
and editor of L 'Union Medicale. Club: St. James'. Residence: 313 
Prince Arthur St., Montreal, Que. 

LACK, H. Lambert; surgeon; ed. London; grad. M.D., King's Coll., 
London ; surg. to the throat dept., and lect. on Diseases of the Throat, 
London Hosp. ; surg., Hosp. for Diseases of the Throat, Golden 
Square; late demonstrator of Surgery, King's Coll.; house surg., 
King's Coll. Hosp.; mem. F.R.C.S. Address: 48 Harley St., Lon- 
don, Eng. 

LAKE, Richard; surgeon; b. 1861 ; s. of Thomas Lake, Checkes Court, 
Sittingbourne, Kent ; ed. Trent Coll. ; m. Mildred Pelly of Yoxford ; 
surg., National Aid Soc, Soudan Campaign, 1885 ; Servo-Bulgarian 
War, 1885-86; chief asst, aural dept., St. Thomas' Hosp., 1896-97; 
Surg., Laryngol., Mt. Vernon Hosp. for Consumption, 1897-1904; 
asst. surg., Roy. Ear Hosp., 1898; surg., 1900; sec. Reception Com- 
mittee, Int. Otol. Congress, 1898; vice-pres., Otol. Sect., B.M.A., 
1902 ; Aurist and Rhinol. ; teacher of Aural Surg. Med. Grad. Coll. ; 
mem. F.R.C.S. Author: Laryngeal Phthisis, 1901 ; Handbook of 
Diseases of the Ear, 1903. Club: Junior Athenaeum. Address: 19 
Harley St., London, Eng. 

LAMB, Daniel Smith; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1843; *• J acob 
Matlock Lamb and Deliah Mick (Rose) Lamb; ed. com. schs. of 
Philadelphia and central high sch.; grad. A.B., central high sch., 
1859; post-grad. A.M., central high sch., 1864; M.D., med. dept., 


Georgetown Univ., 1867; enlisted in Pa. vols., 1861 ; on duty in 
Military Hosps., 1862-65; asst. surg., U. S. A.; Army Med. Museum, 
1868-92; prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Harvard Univ., 
med. dept., 1873-77; prof. Anat., in same, 1877-1905; prof. Gen. 
Pathology, U. S. Coll. of Vet. Surg., 1894-1900; made post-mortems 
on Pres. Garfield and his assassin Guiteau, etc.; m. 1st, 1868, Lizzie 
Scott, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 2nd, 1899, Isabel Hasup, Towson, Ind. ; 
vice-pres. Assn. Am. Anatomists ; pres. Assn. ; acting asst. surg., 
U. S. A. ; pres., Anthrop. Soc, Washington, D. C. ; mem. Med. Soc. 
and Med. Assn. of Washington; Am. Med. Assn., etc. Author: 
History of Medical Department, Harvard University, 1900; Rules 
of Health, Hampton Inst., 1900; and many contribs. on med. and 
sanitary subjects to various journs. Residence: The Cumberland, 
Washington, D. C. 

LAMBERT, Samuel Waldron; physician; b. New York City, 1859; 
s. Edward W. Lambert and Martha (Waldron) Lambert; ed. Ever- 
son's Priv. Sch., New York; A.B., Yale Univ., 1880; Ph.B., 1882; 
grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1885; M.A., Yale, 1905; m. 
1893, Elizabeth Willets, New York City; attending phys., New York 
Hosp., 1896; prof. Applied Therap., Columbia Univ., 1903; dean, 
Coll. Phys. and Surg., Columbia Univ., 1904; mem. N. Y. Acad, of 
Med. ; Am. Gastroenterological Soc, etc. Clubs: University ; Coun- 
try; Yale. Residence: 130 E. 35th St., New York City. 

LANE, Edward Binney; physician; b. Melrose, Mass., 1864; $• Samuel 
G. Lane and Mary (Binney) Lane; ed. com. and high schs. of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. ; grad. Harvard Coll., 1881 ; M.D., Harvard Med. Sch., 
1885 ; m. 1888, Ester Bridgman, Lawrence, Mass. ; asst. supt., Bos- 
ton Insane Hosp., 1886-87 and 1889-95 5 supt., 1895-1905 ; prof. 
Mental Diseases, Tufts Med. Sch. ; mem. Mass. Med. Soc. ; Bos- 
ton Soc. for Medical Improvement ; Am. Neurol. Soc. ; Am. Medico- 
Psychol. Soc; New Eng. Medico-Psychol. Soc, etc. Clubs: Rox- 
bury Med. Improvement; Dorchester Medical. Author: various 
contribs. on insanity to the med. journs. Residence: Wellesley Hill, 

LANGFELD, Millard; physician; b. Glasgow, Mo., 1872; .y. Daniel 
Langfeld and Jetta (Pretzfelder) Langfeld ; ed. Baltimore, Md. ; 
grad. A.B., M.D., Johns Hopkins Univ. ; prof. Bacteriology and 
Embryology, John A. Creighton Med. Coll. ; m. Elizabeth Ash ; 
Bacteriologist, Omaha Board of Health; vis. phys., St. Joseph and 
Dongler Co. Hosps. Residence: 3552 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. 


LANGTON, John; surgeon; surg. to the City of London Truss Soc. , 
City of London Lying-in Hosp., Mem. Hosp., Mildway; surg., Mild- 
may Hosp., Shoreditch ; Tottenham Hosp., Friedenheim Hosp. ; ex- 
aminer in surg. Durham Univ. ; late pres. of the Clin. Soc. of 
London; and Hunterian Prof, of Surg., Roy. Coll. of Surgs. of 
England; mem. F.R.C.S.; Fellow of Roy. Med. and Chirur. Soc. of 
London, etc. ; lecturer on Clinical Surgery, St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; 
member of the Council of the Royal Coll. of Surgs. of England; 
Bradshaw lecturer, R.C.S. of England. Edited Holden's Manual 
of Dissection. Address: 62 Harley St., London, Eng. 

LATHAM, Arthur; physician; b. 1867; s - of Dr - p - w - Latham, 
Downing Professor of Medicine in the Univ. of Cambridge, and 
Jemima Burns, y. d. of John M'Diarmid, Dumfries; ed. Fettes 
Coll., Edinburgh; grad. M.A., M.D., Balliol Coll., Oxford; M.A., 
Cambridge, Edinburgh, Vienna, Heidelberg, and Berlin Univs., and 
at St. George's Hosp.; 1st class Final Schs. (Nat. Sci.), Ox., 1892; 
Radcliffe Traveling Fellow, Univ. of Ox. ; Research Scholar, Hon. 
Grocers' Company; Univ. Scholar, St. George's Hosp.; 1st prize for 
essay on the Erection of His Majesty's Sanatorium; Fellow of sev- 
eral learned socs. ; asst. phys., dean of the Med. Sch., and lect. on 
Pract. Med. at St. George's Hosp. ; asst. phys. at the Brompton Hosp. 
for Consump. and Dis. of the Chest; gen. phys. to the York Road 
Lying-in Hosp. ; hon. phys., Roy. Soc. Mus., G. Brit. Author: var. 
med. works and communications. Address: 44 Brook St., Grosvenor 
Square, London, Eng. 

LATHAM, Peter Wallwork; physician; b. Wigan, Lancashire, 1832; 
s. of John Latham, phys. ; ed. Germany ; Glasgow ; grad. M.A., M.D., 
Caius Coll., Camb. (Scholar, 1855) ; St. Bartholomew's Hosp., Lon- 
don; 19th Wrangler, 1858; 1st in the Nat. Sci., Trip., 1859, with 
distinction in Chemistry, Physiology, Comp. Anat., Bot., and Min- 
eral. ; Fellow of Downing Coll., i860; m. 1st, 1862, Jemima Burns 
{d. 1877), d. of John M'Diarmid, Dumfries; 2nd, 1884, Marianne 
Frances, d. of J. F. Bernard, M.D., Clifton; councillor of the Roy. 
Coll. of Phys., 1886-87; censor, 1887-89; sen. censor, 1894-95; Har- 
veian orator, 1888; Downing prof, of Med., Camb., 1874-94; 
F.R.C.P., Lond. ; cons, phys., Addenbrooke's Hosp., Camb. Author: 
On the Early Symptoms of Phthisis, 1864; On Nervous or Sick 
Headache, 1873; On the Formation of Uric Acid in Animals, 1884; 
On Some Points in the Pathology of Rheumatism, Gout, and Dia- 
betes, (Croonian Lectures), 1886; The Harveian Oration, 1888; On 


Blood Changes in Disease; articles in Quain's Dictionary of Medi- 
cine. Clubs: Royal Societies; Cambridge County. Address: 17 
Trumpington St., Cambridge, Eng. 

LAUDER, Edward; physician; b. Durham, Ont., 1870; s. Thomas 
Lauder and Susan (Grabel) Lauder; ed. com. schs. of Durham and 
M'Gill Univ., grad. med. dept., M'Gill Univ., 1896; post-grad, work 
in London, Paris, and Vienna; m. 1898, May H. F. Russell, Toronto, 
Ont.; pres. Union Med. Assn. of Northwestern Ohio, 1904; sec. 
Acad, of Med., Cleveland, O., 1904; sec. Cleveland Med. Library 
Assn., 1905. Author: contribs. on ophthalmolog. subjs. ; editor 
Cleveland Medical Gazette, 1899-1902; asso. editor Cleveland Med- 
ical Journal, 1902-05. Residence: 35 Wadena Ave., Cleveland, O. 

LAWTON, Shailer E.; physician; b. Goshen, Conn., 1853; .?. Benja- 
min Lawton and Jane (Nettleton) Lawton; ed. pub. schs. of Mass. 
and Conn. ; grad. Med. Dept., Univ. of Vermont, 1881 ; New York 
Post-Graduate; m. 1894, M. Lillian Upton, Roxbury, Mass.; elected 
supt., Brattleboro Retreat, 1893 ; mem. Am. Medico-Psychological 
Assn.; M. E. Psychological Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Roentgen 
Ray Soc, etc. Residence: 75 Linden St., Brattleboro, Vt. 

LEAL, John Laing; physician; b. Andes, N. Y., 1858; s. John Rose 
Leal and Mary E. (Laing) Leal; ed. Paterson Seminary, Paterson, 
N. J.; and Princeton; grad. Princeton Coll., 1880; M.D., Coll. Phys. 
and Surg., New York City, 1884; m. 1888, Amy' L. Arrowsmith, 
Yonkers, N. Y. ; ex-pres. Passaic Co. Med. Soc, Soc-Councillor, N. 
J. Med. Soc. ; alt. delegate Am. Med. Assn. ; ex-pres. N. J. Sanitary 
Assn.; ex-vice-pres. Am. Pub. Health Assn.; examiner in Hygiene, 
Rutgers Coll. ; sanitary advisor East Jersey Water Co., and Jersey 
City Water Supply Co. ; ex-health officer, Paterson, N. J. Author: 
contribs. on sanitary subjs., to med. socs. and journs. Clubs: Hamil- 
ton ; North Jersey Country ; Acouackanonk ; Passaic ; Essex ; Newark, 
N. J.; Union League, Jersey City; City Republican, and Princeton, 
New York City. Residence: Hamilton Club, Paterson, N. J. 

LEALE, Medwin; physician; b. New York City, 1873; s. Charles A. 
Leale, M.D., and Rebecca Medwin (Copcutt) Leale; ed. private 
schs. ; grad. A.B., Columbia Coll. ; M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1896; 
interne, Roosevelt Hosp. ; phys., Floating Hosp. of St. John's Guild ; 
1st Lieut, and asst. surg., squad "A," N. G., N. Y., 1897; capt. 
surg., 1899; m. 1900, Matilda Howard Marvin, New York; surg. to 
the U. S. Cavalry in Ponce, Puerto Rico and the comm. gen'l's 
headquarters, Puerto Rico, during the Spanish-American war; phys. 


to Roosevelt Hosp., O. P. W., New York; mem. N. Y. Co. and 
State Med. Assn.; Assn. of Mil. Surgs. of U. S. ; Fellow Greater 
N. Y. Med. Assn., etc., etc. Clubs: Columbia; Nassau; Country 
Club. Author: of important contribs. to the leading med. journs. 
Residence: I West 68th St., New York City. 

LEARY, Timothy; physician; b. Waltham, Mass., 1870; s. Timothy 
Leary and Catharine Leary ; ed. com. schs. of Waltham ; grad. M.D., 
Harvard Med. Sch. ; m. 1902, Dr. Olga Gushing, Boston, Mass. ; 
asst. prof. Pathology and Bacteriology, Tufts Coll. Med. Sch., 1897; 
prof. Pathology and Bacteriology, 1900; asst. surg., U. S. A., 1898- 
99 ; service in Puerto Rico and Cuba ; at one time commanding officer 
U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., Ponce, Puerto Rico ; later in charge field outfit 
which produced vaccine with which inhabitants (800,000) of Puerto 
Rico were vaccinated; mem. Am. Assn. Pathologists and Bacteriol- 
ogists ; Boston Soc. Med. Improvement ; Boston Soc. Med. Research ; 
Boston Library Assn., etc. Residence: 20 Sunset St., Roxbury, 

LEE, Thomas George; physician; b. Jacksonville, N. Y., i860; s. 
Horace Cooper Lee and Sarah Lovinia (Shaw) Lee; ed. pub. and 
priv. schs. Jacksonville and Ithaca, N. Y. ; grad. B.S., Univ. of Pa., 
1886; M.D., 1886; B.S., Harvard, 1892; post-grad, work, Univ. of 
Wiirzburg, Germany and Harvard Univ., 1892; m. 1887, Emma 
Louise Shaw, West Bloomfield, N. Y. ; asst. in histology, Univ. of 
Pa., 1884-86; lecturer and director, laboratory histology and em- 
bryology, Yale Univ., 1886-91 ; prof, histology and embryology, 
Univ. of Minn., 1892; mem. Minn. Acad, of Med.; Am. 
Med. Assn. ; Hennepin Co. Med. Soc. ; Am. Assn. Anatomists ; Am. 
Soc. Naturalists; Am. Soc. Zoologists; etc. Author: various papers 
of bacterial and biological studies of Conn., biographical sketches, 
new scientific apparatus and embryological subjects. Residence: 509 
St. Anthony Parkway, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

LEES, David Bridge; physician; ed. Trinity Coll., Camb. ; grad. M.D., 
same; (scholar, 22nd Wrangler, 5th in Natural Science Tripos, Carus 
prizeman, twice Dealtry prizeman) ; F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. ; senior 
phys., Hosp. for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street; phys., St. 
Mary's Hosp. Address: 22 Weymouth St., London, Eng. 

LEIGHTON, Gerald; physician; b. Bispham, Lancashire, 1868; s. of 
Rev. J. Leighton, Kilpeck, Hereford ; ed. Nelson Coll., N. Z. ; Man- 
chester Gram. Sch. ; grad. M.D., Edinburgh Univ. ; m. Clara Gordon 
of Moston, Manchester; early life in New Zealand; went to Edin- 


burgh Univ.; practised in Herefordshire until 1902; in Edin. ap- 
pointed interim prof, of Pathology at Roy. Veterinary Coll., 1902; 
founded The Field Naturalists' Quarterly, 1902; Fell, of Roy. Phys. 
Soc, Edin., 1902; hon. mem. Woolhope Naturalists' Club, 1903; 
mem. British Med. Assn.; British Assn.; F.R.S.E., F.S.Sc., L.R.C.P. 
and S.E. ; prof, of Pathology, Royal (Dick) Veterinary Coll., Edin.; 
editor Field Naturalists' Quarterly. Author: British Serpents; Brit- 
ish Lizards; Reptile Studies; Snake-Bite in Great Britain (Encyclo- 
paedia Medica) ; The Reptilia of the Monnow Valley (M.D. Thesis) ; 
and many other papers on zoology. Club: Edinburgh Australasian. 
Address: 17 Hartington Place, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

LEONARD, Charles Henri; physician; b. Akron, O., 1850; s. Charles 
H. Leonard and Ann S. (Gary) Leonard; ed. Hiram Coll., O., Gene- 
see Coll., Lima, N. Y. ; A.B., Union Coll., Schenectady, N. Y., 1872 ; 
A.M., 1882; grad. M.D., med. dept, Univ. of Wooster, Cleveland, 
O., 1874; post-grad, work Coll. Phys. and Surg., City of New York, 
1874; m. 1872, Cornelia S. Williams, Chagrin Falls, O. ; prof, of 
gynecology, Detroit Coll. of Med., since 1879; mem. Am. Med. 
Assn.; Mich. State Med. Soc; Wayne Co. Med. Soc; Detroit 
Gynecological Soc, (vice-pres., 1892) ; and State Committeeman, 
Pan-American Med. Congress; pres. Detroit Public Library, 1901. 
Author: Pocket Anatomist, 1875; Reference and Dose Book; A 
Manual of Bandaging; Hair, Its Growth, Care, Diseases and 
Treatment; Materia Medica and Therapeutics; over 1,000 pre- 
scriptions; Auscultation, Percussion and Urinalysis; also a series of 
physicians' account books, etc. ; all pub. in Detroit, Mich. ; editor 
and proprietor of Leonard's Illustrated Med. Journ., published ever 
since 1879. Residence: 18 John R. St., Detroit, Mich. 

LESTER, John Angelo; physician; b. Lebanon, Tenn., 1864; ed. com. 
schs. and grad. A.B., Fisk Univ., 1890; M.D., Meharry Med. Coll., 
1895; prof, natural science, Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical Coll., 
1891-93; prof, physiology, Meharry Med. Coll., 1896 to date; instr. 
electro-therapeutics, 1898 to date; pres. of Alumni Assn., Fisk 
Univ., 1896-98; of Alumni Assn., Meharry Med. Coll., 1898; 
consulting phys. to Mercy Hosp. and Wilson's Infirmary. Residence: 
408 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn. 

LEWIS, Bransford; physician; b. St. Charles, Mo., 1862; s. Judge 
Edward A. Lewis and Parthenia A. Lewis ; ed. pub. schs. of St. 
Louis, Smith Acad.; grad. Mo. Med. Coll., 1884; post-grad, study 
in London, Vienna, Paris and Berlin ; m. 1896, Jennie Jaynes, Sedalia, 


Mo. ; prof, genito-urinary surg., med. dept. St. Louis Univ. ; pres. 
Miss. Valley Med. Assn., 1905 ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. Assn. 
of Genito-Urinary Surgs. ; Am. Urological Assn. ; Mo. State Med. 
Assn.; St. Louis and City Hosp. Med. Soc. ; asst. supt. City Hosp., 
1884-89, etc. Author: many papers on urinary subjs. contr. to med. 
journs. Clubs: Mercantile; Glen Echo. Residence: 4396 Lindell 
Boul, St. Louis, Mo. 

LEWIS, Denslow; physician; b. New York City, 1856; s. William G. 
Lewis and Caroline M. (Owen) Lewis; ed. Ogden Sch., Chicago; 
acad. ed. Univs. Mich., Neb., Paris, Marburg and Berlin; grad. 
Univ. Mich.; post-grad. Pharm. Sch., same Univ., 1877; M.D., 1878; 
widower; prof, gyn., Chi. Polyclinic; attending surg. and pres. at- 
tending staff, Cook Co. Hosp. ; pres. Chi. Med. Examiners' Assn. ; 
senior gynecol. and obstetrician to Lakeside Hosp. ; consulting obstet. 
to Florence Nightingale Home ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; 111. State 
Med. Soc. ; Chi. Med. Soc. ; Chi. Medico-Legal and Path. Socs. ; etc. 
Author: Obstetric Clinic, Chi., 1900, and numerous contribs. to the 
med. journs. Club: Athletic. Residence: Chicago Beach Hotel, 
Chic, Ills. 

LINCOLN, David Francis; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1841 ; s. Wil- 
liam Lincoln; ed. Boston Latin Sch.; grad. A.M., Harvard Univ., 
1861; M.D., Harvard Med. Sch., 1864; acting asst. surg., U. S. N., 
18 months during the Civil War; lectured and did literary work in 
connection with Hobart Coll., Geneva, N. Y., several years. Special- 
ist in hygiene. Author: Electro-Therapeutics, N. Y., 1894; School 
and Industrial Hygiene, Phila., 1880; Hygienic Physiology, 1893; 
Sanity of Mind, N. Y., 1900-02 ; reports on school hygiene for various 
State Boards of Health, and articles on hygiene for several med. 
works. Residence: 84 Myrtle St., Boston, Mass. 

LINDLEY, Walter; physician; b. Monroe, Ind., 1852; s. Milton Lind- 
ley and Mary Elizabeth (Banta) Lindley; ed. pub. schs. of Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; grad. Long Island Coll. Hosp., 1875; LL.D., St. 
Vincent's Coll. ; married; ex-pres., Cal. State Med. Soc. ; dean Coll. 
of Med. of the Univ. of Southern Cal. ; vice-pres., Nat'l Conference 
Charities and Corrections; etc. Author: California of the South, 
N. Y., 1888; and many contribs. to the med. and scientific journs.; 
founded, 1885, the Southern California Practitioner, and is still its 
editor. Clubs: University, Union League. Residence: 2007 So. 
Figueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

LINDSAY, James Alexander; physician; b. Lisnacrieve House, Fin- 


tona, Co. Tyrone; s. of late David Lindsay of Belfast and Fintona; 
ed. Royal Acad. Institution, Meth. Coll. and Queen's Coll., Belfast 
(SchoL, Exhibitioner, and twice gold medallist in Royal Univ.) ; 
grad. M.A., M.D., London Hosp. Med. Sch. ; Paris and Vienna; 
special commissioner of the Lancet to inquire into the hygienic con- 
dition of Sicily, 1897; mem. the chief literary and scientific insti- 
tutions of Belfast. F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; prof, of the Theory and 
Prac. of Med. in Queen's Coll., Belfast ; phys. and cons. phys. to va- 
rious Belfast hosps. ; exam, in the Roy. Univ. of Ireland ; Fell, of the 
Roy. Med. and Chirur. Soc. of Lond., of the Neur. Soc, and of the 
Roy. Acad, of Med. in Ireland ; former pres. of the Ulster Med. Soc, 
and of the Belfast Lit. Soc. ; gov. of the Belfast Lib. Author: subjs. 
connected with medicine, climatology, travel, and general literature. 
Address: 13 College Square, Belfast, Ireland. 

LINN, Robert S.; physician; b. Detroit, Mich., 1869; ed. com. schs. 
of Mich, and Kentucky ; grad. Mich. Coll. Med. and Surg., 1891 ; m. 
1903; asst. surg., Chapin Iron Mine, Iron Mountain, Mich., 1891-93; 
surg., U. S. A. in China, 1900; Philippines, 1901 ; prof, minor surg. 
and hygiene, Mich. Coll. Med. and Surg. Author: var. papers. 
Residence: 38 Adams Ave., W. Detroit, Mich. 

LITTERER, William; physician; b. Nashville, Tenn., 1878; s. C. A t . 
Litterer and Beltie (Cabler) Litterer; ed. Peabody Normal Coll.; 
A.B., 1898; A.M., 1899; grad. M.D., Vanderbilt Univ., 1901 ; Ph.C.„ 
1902; unmarried; prof, bacteriology, pathology and histology, med. 
dept., Vanderbilt Univ., also lecturer on hygiene; mem. Am. Med. 
Assn.; and other med. socs. Author: various papers to the med. 
journs. Residence: 401 Third Ave., So. Nashville, Tenn. 

LITTLE, Ernest Graham; physician; s. of late Michael Little, J.P., 
Indian Civil Service, and Anna English of Green Point, Cape Town ; 
ed. South African Coll.; Cape Univ. (Gold Medallist and Porter 
Scholar) ; grad. B.A., M.D. ; studied med. at St. George's Hosp., 
Lond. Univ., and Paris; entrance scholarship in Arts; and Acland 
prize for essay on Treatment of Typhoid Fever, St. George's Hosp. ; 
M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. ; phys. in charge of the Skin Dept. at St. Mary's 
Hosp., Univ. of Lond.; Lect. on Dermat., St. Mary's Hosp. Med. 
Sch.; phys. to the East London Hosp. for Children, Shadwell. 
Author: article on Health Resorts of S. Africa in South Africa and 
its Future, 1903 ; also var. contribs. to sci. journs. Address: 61 
Wimpole St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

LITTLE, James; physician; b. Newry, 1837; *■ °f Archibald Little 
and Mary (Coulter) Little; ed. Armagh Roy. Sch.; grad. Univ., 


Edinburgh; M.D., Hon. Causa, Univ., Dub.; m. Anah Murdoch, 
Dublin ; in 1866 became phys., Adelaide Hosp. ; has been prof, of 
Prac. of Med., Roy. Coll. of Surg., Ireland ; pres. of the Roy. Coll. 
of Phys., Ireland, and of the Roy. Acad, of Med., Ireland; and is 
cons. phys. to four Dublin hosps., and crown repres. for Ireland on 
Gen. Med. Counc; M.R.I.A.; Hon. LL.D., Edin.; regius prof, of 
Physic, Dublin Univ., since 1898; Fell. Royal Coll. of Phys., Ireland. 
Author: First Steps in Clinical Study ; Chronic Diseases of the Heart. 
Clubs: Kildare Street University, Dublin ; Athenaeum, Junior Carlton. 
Address: 14 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland. 

LITTLEJOHN, Sir Henry Duncan; physician; b. 1828; ed. Perth 
Acad. ; High Sch. ; grad. M.D., LL.D. Edin. ; Univ. of Edinburgh ; 
Paris; m. Isabella Jane Harvey of London; pres. of Royal Coll. of 
Surgs., Edinburgh; of the Medico-Chirurgical Soc, Edinburgh; of 
the Royal Institute of Public Health; mem. F.R.C.S.E.; prof, of 
Forensic Med. in the Univ. of Edin. since 1897; med - o ffi - of Health 
for Edin. Author: num. papers bearing on Legal Medicine and 
Public Health. Address: 24 Royal Circus, Edinburgh; Benreoch, 
Arrochar, N. B., Scotland. 

LIVEING, Robert; physician; b. Nayland, Suffolk, 1834; j. of Ed- 
ward Liveing, M.R.C.S.; ed. Christ's Coll., Cambridge (Scholar); 
grad. A.M. and M.D., Math. Honors, 1856; m. Adelaide, d. of Ad- 
miral Edward Hawker; Fellow of King's Coll., London; formerly 
lecturer on Anatomy and physician to Middlesex Hosp. ; Goulstonian 
lecturer, 1873; vice-pres. Alpine Club, 1869 and 1870; cons. phys. to 
the Skin Dept., Middlesex Hosp. Author: Hand-book on Diseases 
of the Skin ; Notes on the Treatment of Skin Diseases ; Lectures on 
Leprosy. Clubs: Athenaeum, Alpine. Address: 11 Manchester 
Square, London, Eng. 

LLOYD, Jordan; physician; ed. Queen's Coll., Birmingham; grad. 
M.D., M.S., M.Sc, F.R.C.S., Durham Univ.; prof, of Oper. Surg., 
Univ. of Birmingham ; cons, surg., West Bromwich Dist. Hosp. and 
Dent. Hosp.; surg., Queen's Hosp.; cons, surg., Birmingham and 
Mid. Counties Hosp. for Sick Children, Birmingham. Author: con- 
tribution to Clinical and Operative Surgery. Address: The Mythe, 
Ampton Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Eng. 

LOEB, Jacques; physician; b. in Germany, 1859; ed. Germany; grad. 
Ascanisches Gymnasium, Berlin ; M.D., Strassburg, 1884; state exam- 
iner, Strassburg, 1885 ; asst. in physiology, Univ. of Wiirzburg, 1886- 
88; same, Univ. of Strassburg, 1888-90; biol. sta., Naples, 1889-91; 


asso. in Bryn Mawr, 1891-92; asst. prof, physiology and experimental 
biology, 1892-1895; prof., 1895-1900; prof. 1900-02, Univ. of 
Chicago; m. 1891, Anne Leonard, Easthampton, Mass. Author: 
Comparative Psychology of the Brain, and Psychology ; and various 
contribs. to the med. press. Residence: 2616 Virginia St., Berkeley, 

LONG, Le Roy; physician; b. Lincoln Co., N. C, 1869; .9. William 
Thomas Long and Mary Elizabeth (Burch) Long; ed. Lowesville, 
N. C, High Sch. and with private tutors ; grad. Louisville Med. Coll., 
1893 ; m. 1896, Martha Downing, Astoka, I. T. ; demonstrator, genito- 
urinary diseases, Louisville Med. Coll., 1891-95; pres. I. T. Med. 
Assn., 1900-01 ; mem. Board of Health, Choctaw Nation, 1899-1904; 
present sec. Central Dist. Med. Soc. ; delegate from I. T. Med. Assn. 
to Am. Med. Assn., Atlantic City, 1904; sec. Greater McAlester Med. 
Soc. ; chief surg. I. T. Traction Co. ; local surg., M. K. and T. Ry. 
Residence: South McAlester, I. T. 

LONGNECKER, Oscar M.; physician; b. Bedford Co., Pa., 1866; s. 
Daniel H. Longnecker and Susan Urilla (Reichard) Longnecker; 
ed. com. schs. of Kansas and Kansas State Normal Sch. ; grad. Kan- 
sas City Med. Coll., 1899; unmarried; prof, materia medica and 
therapeutics, Kansas City Med. Coll., 1892-94; prof, therapeutics, 
Kansas State Univ., 1905 ; mem. Acad, of Med., Kansas City ; Kan- 
sas State Med. Soc, etc. Author: contribs. to the med. journs. 
Residence: 1258 C. Ave., Rosedale, Kansas. 

LORENZ, Prof. Adolf; b. Silesia, 1854; ed. Vienna Univ., M.D., 1880; 
m. 1885 ; Docent of Gen. Surg., 1885 ; prof, of Gen. Surg, in Vienna, 
1889; practised successfully orthopedic surgery, by bloodless meth- 
ods ; taught the cure of hip-deformities and all forms of club foot 
and congenital dislocation in a rapid bloodless way, without bone 
resections ; Imp. Royal Counsellor of the Austrian Gov. ; surg.-in- 
chief of the orthopedic dept. in the Imp. Roy. Gen. Hosp. in Vienna. 
Author: volumes on orthopedic subjects. Address: IX/3 Garnison- 
gasse 3, Vienna, Austria. 

LOW, Vincent Warren; M.D., M.B., F.R.C.S.; Surg., Out-patients, 
St. Mary's and Great Northern Central Hosps. ; Joint Lecturer on 
Practical and Operative Surgery, and Surgical Tutor, St. Mary's 
Hosp. Med. Sch. Address: 27 Queen Anne St., London, Eng. 

LUFF, Arthur Pearson; physician; b. 1855 ; s. of R. Luff, S. Kensing- 
ton; ed. West. Gram. Sch.; Royal Coll. of Science; St. Mary's Hosp.; 
M.D., B.Sc. (Lond.) ; m. 1893, Amy Annie Leon, Gloucester Place, 


London and Brighton; F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; Gold Medallist, Soc. of 
Apothecaries; Pereira Medallist; hon. in sev. subj., Univ. of Lond.; 
ex-examiner in the Univ. of London, the Roy. Coll. of Phys., the 
Roy. Coll. of Surg., and the Vict. Univ. ; Goulstonian Lecturer in the 
Roy. Coll. of Phys., 1897; in charge of Out-Patients and Lecturer in 
St. Mary's Hosp. Author: Gout, its Pathology and Treatment; num. 
articles and papers on Gout, Rheumatism, and Rheumatoid Arthritis 
in serial medical literature, etc. Address: 9 Queen Anne Street, 
Cavendish Square, London, W.; High Bois, Chesham Bois, Bucks, 

LUNN, Henry Simpson; physician; b. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, 1859; 
s. of Henry Lunn, West Ashby House ; ed. Horncastle Gram. Sch. ; 
Dublin Univ. (B.A., B.Ch., M.D.) ; m. Ethel Moore, Midleton 
Rectory; chairman of New Reform Club; Indian Med. Miss., 1887; 
invalided home, 1888 ; joined Price Hughes' West London Mission, 
1888; founded Grindelwald Conference, 1892-96; mem. of National 
Passive Resistance Committee, 1903 ; F.R.C.S. Author: A Friend of 
Missions in India, 1890; The Wesleyan Missionary Controversy, 
1890; editor of Review of Churches, 1891-96; editor of Travel. 
Clubs: Devonshire, National Liberal, Eighty, New Reform. Ad- 
dress: Oldfield House, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Eng. 

LUYTIES, Carl J.; homeo. physician; b. St. Louis, Mo., i860; s. 
Diedrich R. Luyties, M.D., and Anna L. (Ruyter) Luyties; ed. com. 
schs. of St. Louis ; grad. Mo. Med. Coll. and Hahnemann Med. Coll. 
of Philadelphia; prof, diseases of children, Homeo. Med. Coll. of 
Mo.; m. 1902, Ella E. Augst; mem. St. Louis Homeo. Med. Soc; 
Mo. Inst, of Homeo.; Am. Inst, of Homeopathy. Club: Hahne- 
mannian. Residence: 2100 La Fayette Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 


MACALISTER, Alexander; physician; b. Dublin, 1844; s. of Robert 
Macalister and Margaret Anne (Boyle), Dungiven; ed. Trin. Coll. 
Dublin; grad. LL.D., M.D., D.Sc, M.A. ; m. 1866, Elisabeth Stew- 
art, Perth (d. 1901) ; demonstrator of Anat. Coll. of Surg., i860; 
and prof, of Zoology, Univ. of Dublin, 1869; prof, of Anat. and 
Chirurg., Dublin, 1877; mem. F.R.S., F.S.A., mem. of Senate of 
Royal Univ. of Ireland ; prof, of Anat., Cambridge Univ., since 1883 ; 
Fellow of St. John's Coll. Author: Introduction to Animal Morph- 


ology, 1876; Morphology of Vertebrate Animals, 1878; Text-book of 
Human Anatomy, 1889; Evolution in Church History, 1879; Memoir 
of James Macartney, 1900; besides numerous papers and smaller 
text-books for students in Zoology and Physiology. Address: Tor- 
risdale, Cambridge, Eng. 

MACALISTER, Donald; physician; b. Scotland, 1854; s. of late Don- 
ald MacAlister, Tarbert, Cantyre ; ed. Aberdeen ; Liverpool ; St, 
John's Coll., Camb. ; grad. M.D., M.A., B.Sc. ; m. Edith MacAlister, 
1895 ; Fell, and Sen. Tutor of St. John's Coll., Cambridge ; Linacre 
Lecturer of Physic ; cons. phys. to Addenbrooke's Hosp. ; St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hosp., London ; Univ. Leipzig ; gold med. Roy. Geog. 
Soc. ; vice-pres. Math, and Physical Section, Brit. Assn., 1886; Goul- 
stonian Lecturer, Royal Coll. of Phys., 1887; first Croonian Prof., 
1888; Thomson Lecturer, Aberdeen, 1889; Examiner Victoria Univ., 
1896-98; Birmingham Univ., 1901-2; Univ. mem. Gen. Med. Coun- 
cil ; chairman of Brit. Pharmac. Committee ; sec. Med. Board, Camb. ; 
assessor to Reg. Prof, of Physic; (Hon.) Pharmaceut. Soc. of G. 
Brit.; (Corr.) Soc. de Pharmacie, Paris; hon. pres. Intern. Cong, 
of Hyg., Madrid, 1898; Brit. Delegate Intern. Pharmac. Cong., Brus- 
sels, 1902. Author: Ziegler's Pathological Anatomy, 1883, 1886, 
1896-97; Nature of Fever, 1887; Antipyretics, 1888; Advanced Study 
and Research in Cambridge, 1903; The Practitioner, 1882-94; (with 
editorial committee) The British Pharmacopoeia, 1898, and Imperial 
Addendum, 1900. Clubs: Athenaeum, National Liberal, Cambridge 
Union. Address: Barrmore, Cambridge, Eng. 

MACDONALD, Albert A.; physician ; b. Cobourg, Ont., Can. ; s. Arch- 
ibald Macdonald and Jane Ann (Wright) Macdonald; ed. com. 
sch., Guelph, Ont.; grad. Toronto Univ., M.B., 1872; m. 1887, 
Frances E. Beardmore ; first class certif. in mil. schs. ; mem. Coll. 
Phys. and Surg. ; lie. Roy. Coll. Phys. and Surg., Edin. ; pres. Coll. 
Phys. and Surg, of Ont. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: 
Toronto, Roy. Can. Yacht. Residence: 341 Bloor St. W., Toronto, 
Ont., Can. 

MACDONALD, Sir John Denis; K.C.B. ; cr. 1902; physician; b. Cork, 
1826; $. of James Macdonald, artist, and Catherine (McCarthy), 
Kilcoleman, Co. Cork ; ed. home ; priv. sch. ; Cork Sch. of Med. ; 
King's Coll. Med. Sch.; grad. M.D. ; m. 1st. Sarah Phoebe Walker 
of Stanary House, Stainland, Yorks; 2nd, Erina Archer, Limerick; 
entered navy as assistant surg., 1849, m charge of the Plymouth Hosp. 
Museum; elected F.R.S. at the age of thirty-three, 1859; Macdougal- 


Brisbane Medal of the R.S.E. 1862; Sir Gilbert Blane Medal, 1871 ; 
ex-prof, of Naval Hygiene, Army Med. Sch., Netley ; Insp. Gen. to 
Royal Nav. Hosp., Plym., 1883-86; ex-Insp. Gen. of Hosps. and 
Fleets. Author: num. paps, in the Transactions of the R.S.S.L. & E., 
Linn. S., and Journs. of Nat. Hist. ; Analogy of Sound and Colour, 
1869 ; Outlines of Naval Hygiene, 1881 ; A Guide to the Microscop- 
ical Examination of Drinking Water, 1883. Address: Amwell Place, 
Hurst Pierpoint, Hassocks, Sussex, Eng. 

MACDONALD, Joseph; physician; b. Branchville, N. J., 1870; s. Jos. 
MacDonald and Anna (Wintermute) MacDonald; ed. com. sch. and 
Columbia Univ. ; grad. Baltimore Univ. ; m. 1894, Minnie Farring- 
ton; mem. sec. Am. Med. Editors' Assn.; (hon.) N. Y. and England 
Assns. of R. R. Surg.; and Assn. of Erie R. R. Surg. Author: 
man'g editor American Journal of Surgery. Residence: East Or- 
ange, N. J. 

MACFADYEN, Allan; physician; b. Glasgow; s. of Archibald Macfad- 
yen; ed. Collegiate Sch., Edinburgh; Univs. of Edin., Berne, Got- 
tingen, and Munich; grad. M.D. (Edin.) gold med.; M.B. ; Ch.M.; 
M.R.C.S.E. ; F.I.C., etc. ; m. Marie, d. of Prof. Bartling, Gottingen ; 
Research Scholar, Grocers' Comp. ; Lect. on Bacteriology, Coll. of 
State Medicine ; late Director of Jenner Inst, of Preventive Medicine ; 
Head of Bacteriolog. Dept., and Sec. to Gov. Body, Jenner Inst.; 
Fullerian Prof, of Physiol., Roy. Inst; Exam. Edin. Univ., etc. 
Author: med. and scientific contribs. to Roy. and other socs., and to 
scientific journs. at home and abroad. Address: Preventive Jenner 
Institute of Medicine, Chelsea Embankment, S. W., London, Eng. 

MACKAY, John Yule; physician; b. Inverkeithing, Fifeshire, i860; .?. 
of late Rev. James Mackay, M.A., of Inverkeithing; ed. Glasgow 
Acad, and Univ. ; grad. M.B., CM., M.D. ; unmarried; post-grad. 
LL.D. ; Sen. Demons, in Anat. and Lect. in Embryol. in the Univ. of 
Glasgow ; principal since 1897, and prof, of Anat. since 1894, Univ. 
Coll., Dundee, Univ. of St. Andrews. Author: The Morphology of 
the Arterial Arches in Birds; Transactions of the Royal Soc. of 
Lond., and other scientific papers; joint author with Prof. Cleland 
of text-books, Human Anatomy, General and Descriptive ; A Direct- 
ory of Dissections. Clubs: Royal Societies; Conservative, Glasgow; 
New, Dundee; Royal and Ancient Golf, St. Andrews. Address: 1 
Newington Terrace, Broughty-Ferry, Scotland. 

MACKENZIE, J. J.; b. 1865; a Canadian by birth, of Scottish parent- 
age; ed. Univs. of Toronto, Leipzig and Berlin; grad. B.A., M.B.; 


sometime Fellow in Biology, Univ. of Toronto; Bacteriologist 
to the Ontario Provincial Board of Health ; prof, of Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol., Univ. of Toronto, since 1900 ; mem. of the Am. Pub. Health 
Assn. ; the Soc. of Am. Bacteriologists, and Am. Assn. of Pathol, and 
Bacteriol. ; sec. of the Canadian Institute. Author: bacteriological 
and pathological subjects. Address: University, Toronto, Can. 

MACKENZIE, John Noland; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1853; s. 
John C. MacKenzie and Ella (Noble) MacKenzie; ed. com. schs. in 
Eng. and U. S. ; grad. Univ. of Va., M.D., 1876; Univ. N. Y., 1877; 
post-grad, work in London, Dublin, Munich and Vienna; m. 1887, 
Rachel Pratt Clarke, Baltimore; clin. prof, laryng. and rhinol. Johns 
Hopkins Univ. ; laryngol. to Johns Hop. Hosp. ; mem. pres. Am. 
Laryngol. Assn., 1889; 1st pres. Md. Laryngol. Assn.; var. nat. and 
state socs. Author: editor Journ. of Laryngology ; co-edit. Md. Med. 
Journ. ; reviewer in var. Am. and Europ. journs. Clubs: Maryland, 
Baltimore, Country. Residence: 879 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

MACLEOD, John MacLeod Hendrie; physician; b. 1870; s. of late 
John Balmain MacLeod, M.D., Dundee, and Catherine Hendrie, 
Galston, Ayrshire ; ed. St. Andrews and Aberdeen Univs. ; grad. 
M.A., M.D. Aberd. ; Paris; Berlin; Hamburg; Christiania, and 
Univ. of Vienna; m. Eva Ruston, Monks Manor, London, Eng.; 
phys. for Dis. of the Skin, Victoria Hosp. for Children; Lect. 
on Skin Dis., London Sch. of Trop. Med.; asst. phys. for 
Dis. of the Skin, Charing Cross Hosp. ; mem. M.R.C.P. Lond. 
Author: Hand-book on the Pathology of the Skin; articles on the 
Anatomy and Bacteriology of the Skin in the Encyclopaedia Medica ; 
article on the Diseases of the Nail in Quain's Dictionary of Medicine ; 
contribs. to the literature on Skin Diseases in various med. journs. ; 
editor of British Journ. of Dermatology. Clubs: Bath, Ranelagh. 
Address: 11 Harley St., London, Eng. 

MACLEOD, Colonel Kenneth; physician; b. North Uist, Inverness- 
shire, 1840; s. of Rev. Norman Macleod, Glasgow; ed. Aberdeen and 
Edinburgh Univs. ; grad. M.D., 1861 ; A.M., LL.D., Aberdeen Univ. ; 
Fellow of Univ. of Calcutta; Hon. Fellow, Roy. Coll. of Surgs. of 
Eng. ; asst. med. officer, Durham County Asyl., 1861-64; Indian Med. 
Service, 1864-92; civil surg. of Jessore, med. charge of 6th Bengal 
Light Infantry; mem. and sec. Cattle Plague Commission; sec. med. 
dept., prof, of Anat. and of Surg., Calcutta Med Coll. ; mem. of Med. 
Board, India office, 1893; P ro ^ °f Military Med., Army Med. Sch., 
Netley. Author: Medico-legal Experience in Bengal, 1876; Opera- 


tive Surgery in the Calcutta Med. Coll. Hosp., 1885; Epidemic 
Dropsy, 1893; Nerve Splitting and Stretching, 1894; numerous com- 
munications to med. periodicals and socs., and official reports ; editor 
Indian Med. Gazette, 1870-92. Clubs: Royal Southern Yacht, South- 
ampton; Aberdeen Univ., London. Address: The Towers, Wool- 
ston, Hampshire, England. 

MACPHAIL, Andrew; physician; grad. B.A.; M.D.; CM., M'Gill 
Univ.; post-grad. M.R.C.S., England; L.R.C.P., London; prof, pa- 
thology, Univ. of Bishops Coll., Montreal. Author: Essays in Pur- 
itanism, Boston, 1905 ; editor Montreal Med. Journ. Residence: 216 
Peel St., Montreal, Can. 

MAGNUM, Charles Staples; physician; b. Greensboro, N. C, 1870; 
s. Adolphus W. and Laura (Overman) Magnum; ed. com. sch. 
Chapel Hill, N. C; grad. B.A., Univ., N. C, 1891 ; post-grad. 
M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila., 1894; m. 1900, Laura Rollins 
Payne, Washington, D. C. ; prof, physiol. and mat. med., 1896, 
prof, pharmac. and demons, of anat. 1901, prof. anat. 1905, Univ. 
of N. C. ; prof, physiol. and hyg. summer sch., Univ. of Tenn., 
1902-5; therap. prize, 1894, Jefferson Med. Coll.; Appleton prize, 
1896, N. C. ; mem. N. C. State Med. Soc. ; Board of Med. Exams. ; 
N. C. Mitchell Sci. Soc; N. C. Acad. Sci. Clubs: Fraternal Ord. 
Residence: Chapel Hill, N. C. 

MAGRUDER, George Lloyd; physician; b. Washington, D. C, 1848; 
s. Thos. Contee and Elizabeth Olivia Magruder ; ed. pub. and priv. 
schs. and Gonzaga Coll., Washington, D. C. ; grad. M.D., 1870; 
A.M., 1872, Georgetown Univ. ; m. Belle Burns, 1882, Washington, 
D. C. ; on Board of Visitors, West Point Mil. Acad., 1905 ; taught 
chem. and phys. Gonzaga Coll., 1871-73 ; instr. Sch. Med., prof. mat. 
med. and therap., and some years dean of same, Georgetown Univ. ; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; Med. Soc. Dist. of Col. ; Acad, of Sciences. 
Clubs: Metropolitan, Washington. Residence: 4 Lafayette Square, 
Washington, D. C. 

MAGUIRE, Robert; ed. Owens Coll., Manchester; grad. M.D., M.B.; 
phys. to Out-Patients St. Mary's Hosp. ; phys. Consumption Hosp., 
Brompton; hon. phys. Royal Soc. of Mus. ; mem. Fell. Roy. Coll. 
Phys. Publications: Detection of Pulmonary Cavities, 1898; Involu- 
tion of Life, 1899; Prognosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Tuber- 
culosis, 1900. Address: 4 Seymour St., London, Eng. 

MALL, Franklin Paine; anatomist; b. Belle Plain, Ia„ 1862; studied 
medicine, anatomy, and physiology at Univs. of Mich., Heidelberg, 


Leipzig and Johns Hopkins, 1880-88, (M.A., M.D., Univ. of Mich., 
1883); m. 1895, Mabel Stanley Glover, Washington, D. C. ; instr. 
in pathol. and bacter., 1888-89, Johns Hopkins Univ.; adj. prof. 
verteb. anat. Clark Univ., 1889-92; prof. anat. Univ. of Chi., 1892- 
93 ; Johns Hopkins since then ; LL.D. post-grad. Univ. of Wis., 1894 ; 
mem. of spec. com. (study of brain) apptd. by Intern. Assn. of 
Academics; Advisory Bd. Wistar Inst, of Anat., etc. Author: num. 
contribs. on anatomy and allied subjs. to tech. journs. ; co-edit, and 
joint founder Am. Journ. of Anatomy. Residence: 1514 Bolton St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

MALSBARY, George Elmer; physician; b. Hutchison, Kan., 1873; s. 
John S. Malsbary and Alice (Holden) Malsbary; ed. Med. Coll., 
Ohio ; m. Sarah Mahon, Madisonville, O. ; asst. to chair of prac, Med. 
Coll. of Ohio; mem. Acad. Med. and Obstet. Soc. at Cincinnati; Ohio 
State Med. Soc; Am. Med. Assn., etc. Author: Practice of Med- 
icine, Phila., 1899; contrib. in Reference Hand-book of Med. Sciences, 
N. Y. Residence: 2202 Auburn Ave., Hutchison, Kan. 

MANGES, Morris; physician; b. New York City, 1865; s. John Feist 
Manges and Bertha May Manges ; ed. com. schs. of New York, and 
Coll. City of New York; grad. A.B. at the latter, 1884; M.D., Coll. 
Phys. and Surg., 1887; A.M., Coll. City of New York, 1887; un- 
married; prof, clinical medicine, N. Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch. ; attend- 
ing phys. Mount Sinai Hosp. ; mem. N. Y. Acad. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; 
N. Y. Co. and State Med. Socs. ; Patholo. Soc. ; Am. Gastroentero- 
logical Assn., etc. Author: edited and translated Ewald's Diseases 
of the Stomach, N. Y., 1897; various papers for the med. journs. 
Residence: 941 Madison Ave., New York City. 

MANN, Matthew D.; physician; b. Utica, N. Y., 1845; J- Chas. A. 
and Emma (Bagg) Mann; ed. com. sch., Utica; acad. Yale Coll., 
A.B., 1867, A.M., 1870; grad. M. D., Columbia, N. Y., 1871 ; m. 
1869, Eliza Pope, St. Paul, Minn. ; mem. pres. Am. Gynecol. Soc, 
1895 ; N. Y. Acad. Med. ; pres. Buffalo Acad. Med., 1900 ; N. Y. St. 
Soc. Clubs: Univ., Buffalo; Am. Civic Assn., etc. Author: A 
Manual of Prescription Writing, N. Y., 1879; American System of 
Gynecology, N. Y., 1887; many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 
37 Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

MAPOTHER, Edward Dillon; physician; b. Dublin, 1835; grad. 
M.D. ; m. 1870, Ellen Tobin, Halifax, Canada; taught anat. in Roy. 
Coll. of Surgs., Ireland, afterwards prof, and pres. ; ex-pres. Statis- 
tical Soc, Dublin; surg. to St. Vincent's (25 years) and Children's 


Hosp., and to the Lord-Lieutenants of Ireland, 1880-86. Author: 
Manual of Physiology (3rd ed.) ; Lectures on Public Health (2nd 
ed.) ; The Body and its Health, a book for Primary Schools (6th 
ed.); The Medical Profession— Carmichael Prize (£200); Lectures 
on Skin Diseases (3rd ed.) ; and many biographical and medico- 
political essays. On settling in London in 1888 he was elected Fel- 
low of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical and Medical Societies. Club: 
Reform. Address: 16 Welbeck St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

MARCY, Henry Orlando; b. Otis, Mass., 1837; *■ S. Marcy and Fanny 
(Gibbs) Marcy; ed. Wilbraham Acad, and Amherst Coll.; grad. 
Harvard Univ. (1863); hon. deg. LL.D. (1887), Wesleyan Univ.; 
served in Civ. War; appt. med. director of Fla. (1864); prac. in 
Cambridge, Mass. ; post-grad, studies in Berlin and Edin. ; m. 1863, 
Sarah E. Wendell, Somersworth, N. H. ; mem. ex-pres. Am. Med. 
Assn. and Am. Acad. Med. ; med. and sci. socs. in Europe and Am. 
Author: transl. Prof. Ercolani's "Reproductive Processes," 1884; An- 
atomy and Surgical Treatment of Hernia, N. Y., 1892 ; great many 
valuable papers on antiseptic, and kindred subjs. for med. journs. and 
socs. Residence: 180 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

MARDEN, T. Brice; physician ; s. Jesse Marden and Anna M. (Brice) 
Marden; ed. pub. schs., Richmond preparat. sch., Baltimore, and 
Johns Hopkins Univ.; grad, Univ. of Md. (M.D. 1892) ; m. 1895, 
Margaret W. Lewis, Baltimore; ex-demons, chem., histol. and anat. 
Woman's Med. Coll., Baltimore ; prof, of histology, biol. and bacter. 
Bait. Med. Coll. ; mem. Md. Med. and Chir. Soc. Author: Manual of 
Normal Histology, Baltimore, 1895. Residence: 2910 Huntingdon 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

MARECHAL, Edwin Leslie; physician; b. Chambersburg, Pa., 1850; 
s. Charles Marechal and Mary S. (Mosey) Marechal; ed. pub. schs., 
Mobile, Ala., Mobile Coll.; grad. Med. Dept. Univ. Ala., 1870; post- 
grad. LL.D., Univ. Ala., 1900; m. 1874, Julia E. Greer, Meridian, 
Miss. ; mem. ex-pres. St. Med. Assn. ; ex-mem. St. Bd. of Health of 
Med. Exam. Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Mobile 
Med. and Surg. Journ. Residence: 24 S. Ann St., Mobile, Ala. 

MARMOREK, Alexander; physician; b. 1865; s. of an Austrian phys. 
(Dr. Joseph Marmorek) and brother of the architect, Oscar Mar- 
morek ; ed. Med. Sch. of the Vienna Univ. ; after receiving the degree 
of M.D., 1889, worked in chemistry, pathology, and bacteriology, and 
clinical work in the different services of the Gen. Hosp. of Vienna ; 
Pasteur Institute of Paris, 1894; Chef de Laboratoire of this Institute 


upon his discovery of the Antistreptococcic Serum against erysipelas 
and puerperal fever, 1895-1903; practiced his new discovery, the 
Serum Treatment of Tuberculosis ; Kt. of the Aust. Ord. of Franz- 
Joseph and French Leg. of Hon. Author: Versuch einer Theorie der 
septischen Krankheiten, 1894; a number of papers on the Streptococ- 
cus and Antistreptococcic Serum, published in Annales de l'lnstitut 
Pasteur, from 1895 ; Comptes rendus du Congres international de 
Medecine a Paris, 1900; num. papers on tuberculosis and other med. 
subjects. Address: 7 Rue Honore Chevalier, Paris. 

MARTIN, Franklin M.; physician; b. Oconomowoc, Wis., 1857; s. 
Edmond Martin and Josephine (Carlin) Martin; ed. com. sch. Oco- 
nomowoc, and Chicago Med. Coll., 1880; grad. North Western Univ. 
Med. Sch. ; m. Isabelle Hollister, Chicago ; mem. Chi. Gynecol. Soc. ; 
Chi. Med. Soc. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Western Surg, and Gynecol. Assn. ; 
Tri-State Med. Soc. Author: Electricity in Diseases of Women, Chi., 
1892; Treatment of Uterine Fibroids, 1897; Treatise on Gynecology, 
Cleveland, 1904; many contribs. to med journs. Residence: 3210 
Lake Park Ave., Chicago. 

MARTIN, Sidney; physician; b. Jamaica, i860; s. of late John Ewers 
Martin, Jamaica ; ed. Univ. Coll. London ; grad. M.D., same ; pa- 
thologist and asst. phys. Victoria Park Chest Hosp. ; patholog. and 
med. tutor, Middlesex Hosp. ; asst. phys. Hosp. for Consump., 
Brompton ; prof, of Pathol. Univ. Coll. ; phys. Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; 
prof, of Clinical Med., London Univ. ; mem. F.R.S. Author: Dis. of 
the Stomach, 1895 ; Appendix to Report of Royal Commission on 
Tuberculosis, 1896 ; A Manual of Pathology, 1903 ; papers on Med. 
and Sci. subjs. in Proc. Roy. Soc. ; etc. Club: Savile. Address: 
10 Mansfield St., Portland Place, London, Eng. 

MASON, Rufus D.; physician; b. Toledo, la., 1859; ed. com. sch. Sac 
City, la. ; grad. Iowa City State Univ. ; m. 1884, Helen S. Stone, 
Early, la. ; prof, rectal and pelvis dis. Creighton Med. Coll. ; surg. to 
St. Joseph's Hosp. Author: Office Treatment of Rectal Diseases, 
Minneapolis, 1902; many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 4032 
Seward St., Omaha, Neb. 

MATHEWS, Joseph McDowell; physician; b. Newcastle, Ky., 1847; 
s. Caleb M. Mathews and Frances S. Mathews ; ed. com. sch. New- 
castle, Ky. ; post-grad. LL.D., Waynesburg Coll., Pa. ; m. Sarah E. 
Berry, Midway, Ky. ; prof. surg. Hosp. Coll. of Med. ; mem. Am. 
Assn. of Obstet. and Gynecol. ; ex-pres. Am. Med. Assn. ; Miss. Val. 
Med. Assn., and Ky. State Med. Soc. Author: Disease of the 


Rectum, etc., N. Y., 1900; How to Succeed in the Practice of Med- 
icine, Phila., 1904. Residence: 973 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

MAUDSLEY, Henry; physician; b. Rome, near Settle, Yorkshire, 
1853 ; 3rd s. of late Thomas Maudsley ; ed. Giggleswick Sch. ; priv. ; 
Univ. Coll. London; grad. M.D., Lond., 1857; m. Ann Caroline Con- 
oily, Lawn House, Hanwell ; post-grad. LL.D. ; med. supt. of Man- 
chester Roy. Lunatic Hosp., 1859-62; phys. West London Hosp., 
1864-74; prof, of Med. Jurisp. in Univ. Coll. London, 1869-79; Goul- 
stonian Lect. Roy. Coll. Phys., 1870; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: Re- 
sponsibility in Mental Disease, 1874; Physiology of Mind, 1876; 
Pathology of Mind, 1879, 2nd ed. 1895 ; Body and Will, 1883 ; Nat- 
ural Causes and Supernatural Seemings, 1886, 3rd ed. 1897; Life in 
Mind and Conduct, 1902; editor of Journ. of Mental Science, 1862- 
78. Clubs: Reform, Savile. Address: 12 Queen St., Mayfair, Lon- 
don ; Heathbourne House, Bushey Heath, Herts, Eng. 

MAY, Charles Henry; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1861 ; .?. Henry 
and Henrietta May; ed. pub. and priv. schs. N. Y. City; grad. M.D., 
Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1883 ; Med. Dept. Columbia Univ. ; m. 
Rosalie Allen, 1893 ; prizeman, 1883 ; mem. Am. Acad. Med. ; N. Y. 
Acad. Med. ; Am. Obstet. Soc. ; etc. Author: Manual of Diseases of 
the Eye, N. Y., 1900; German Transl., Berlin, 1904; Ital. trans., 
Turin, 1905; and many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 698 
Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

MAYER, Ed. Everett; physician; b. Allegheny, Pa., 1874; s. L. 
Mayer, D.D., and Ellise (Hecht) Mayer; ed. com. sch. Allegheny, 
academ. B.A., Western Univ., Pa., 1895; M.A., M.P., 1897; grad. 
Western Pa. Med. Coll., 1897; post-grad, at Paris, Vienna; m. Rose 
E. Lamm, Chicago, 1902 ; assoc. prof. Nervous Dis. Western Univ., 
Pa. ; mem. var. nat. and local socs. Author: Am. edit. Oppenheim's 
Diseases of the Nervous System, Phila., 1901 ; num. contribs. to med. 
journs. Clubs: ex-pres. Alumni Assn., and frat. socs. Residence: 
31 18 Perryville Ave., Allegheny, Pa. 

MAYO, Charles Horace; surgeon; b. Rochester, Minn., 1865; s. W. 
W. Mayo, M.D. and L. W. Mayo; ed. Rochester (Minn.) high sch., 
Niles Acad.; grad. A.M., North West. Univ. (hon.), 1904; M.D., 
Chic. Med. Coll.; post-grad. N. Y. Polycl., 1890; N. Y. Post-Grad., 
1891 ; m. E. Graham, Rochester, Minn., 1893 5 mem. A. M. A. ; 
South. Surg., Am. Surg., West. Surg, (pres., 1904), State Med. 
(pres., 1906), State Bd. Health. Residence: 419 W. College St., 
Rochester, Minn. 


MAYO, William James; surgeon; b. Le Sueur, Minn., 1861 ; s. W. W. 
Mayo, M.D. and L. W. Mayo; ed. Rochester (Minn.), high sch., 
Niles Acad.; grad. M.D., Med. Dept., Univ. Mich., 1883; post-grad. 
A.M., Univ. Mich., 1899; F.R.C.S. (hon.), Edinburgh, 1905; m. 
Hattie M. Damon, Rochester, Minn., 1885 ; surg. St. Mary's Hosp., 
Rochester, Minn.; mem. Am. Surg. Assn., A. M. A. (pres., 1906) ; 
State Med. Soc. (pres., 1891) ; pres. Clin. Sec. Surg., A. M. A., 1900. 
Residence: 427 W. College St., Rochester, Minn. 

McARDLE, Thos. Eugene; physician; b. Washington, D. C, 1852; 
s. Owen McArdle and Ann (Tourney) McArdle; ed. com. sch. Wash- 
ington, and St. Rose Acad., Ky. ; St. Charles' and St. Mary's, Bait. ; 
grad. Univ. of St. Mary's, Bait., 1875 ; post-grad. Univ. of George- 
town, 1879 ; m. 1888, Marian V. Thompson, Washington ; hon. chr. 
Sect, on Gynecol., Pan- Am. Med. Cong., 1893; mem. D. C. Med. 
Soc, and Med. Assn., and Acad, of Sci. ; Am. Med. Assn.; etc.; 
editor Nat'l Med. Review; asst. ed. Walsh's Retrospect, 1880; many 
contribs. to med. journs. Club: University. Residence: 1604 Nine- 
teenth St., Washington, D. C. 

McCOLLOM, John Hildreth; physician; b. Pittston, Me., 1844; s. 
James Tomb and Eliz. Phillips (Hildreth) McCollom; ed. com. sch. 
Bradford, Mass. ; Pinkerton Acad., Derry, N. H. ; Phillips Acad., 
Andover, Mass. ; grad. 1869, Harvard Univ. ; m. 1875, Susan Cartee, 
Boston, Mass. ; asst. prof. cont. dis., med. dept. Harvard Univ. ; resid. 
phys. (infectious serv.) and phys. for infect, dis. Boston City Hosp.; 
mem. Mass. Med. Soc. ; Boston Soc. for Med. Improvt. ; Am. Med. 
Assn.; Am. Pediat. Soc; Am. Assn. Pathol, and Bacter., etc. 
Author: Chapter in American Text-book of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat, (Schweinitz and Randall), Phila., 1899, and many 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Univ., St. Botolph, Tavern. Resi- 
dence: 745 Mass. Ave., Boston, Mass. 

McCONKEY, Thomas Graham; homeo. physician; b. Clark Co., O. ; 
s. Nathan McDonald and Mary J. (Cartmell) McConkey; ed. country 
sch. Clark Co. ; Univ. of Wooster, O. ; grad. Univ. of Pa. Med. Dept. ; 
unmarried ; prof, of clin. med. Hahnemann Med. Coll. ; vis. phys. to 
City and Co. Hosp., San Fran., Cal. ; mem. Am. Inst. Homeopathy ; 
Cal. State and San Fran. Co. Med. Socs. (pres. 1905). Author: 
prize essay in Med. Century, N. Y., 1904. Clubs: Golf, Sierra, (San 
Fran.). Residence: 406 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. 

McCOY, George Thomas; physician; b. Canaan, Ind., 1846; ed. com. 
schs. of Jefferson Co., Ind. ; grad. Miami Med. Coll., 1882 ; m. 1873, 


Carolyn M. Henry, Pleasant, Ind. ; health officer, Columbus, Ind., 
1894-98; served in 10th Ind. Vol. cav., 1863-65; mem. Am. Med. 
Assn.; Nat'l Assn. for Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, 1905; 
pres. Ind. State Med. Assn., 1905 ; etc. Author: contribs. to the 
med. journs., papers pertaining to internal medicine, viz. : diphtheria, 
tuberculosis and typhoid fever. Residence: 1127 Pearl St., Colum- 
bus, Ind. 

McCOY, Herbert Newby; physician; b. Richmond, Ind., 1870; ed. 
pub. schs. Richmond; grad. Purdue Univ., B.S., 1892; post-grad. 
Ph.D. Univ. Chicago, 1898; asst. prof, chemistry Univ. of Chicago; 
mem. Am. Chem. Soc. ; Am. Elec.-Chem. Soc. ; German Chem. Soc, 
etc. Author: many valuable treatises on chemical subjs. in med. press. 
Residence: 6030 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. 

McDERMID, Andrew; physician; b. Elgin Co., Ont., Can., 1854; s. 
Andrew McDermid and Ann (Smith) McDermid; ed. com. sch. 
Shedden, Ont., Toronto Norm. Sch. ; grad. Toronto Univ. Med. Coll., 
1879; Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 1879; post-grad. M.D., Manitoba 
Univ., 1883; m. 1880, Emma L. Brett, Arkona, Ont.; prof. chem. 
Manit. Med. Coll., 1885-92; mem. Chi. Med. Soc.; 111. State Med. 
Soc; Chi. Gynecol. Soc; Am. Med. Assn.; ex-pres. Man. Branch 
Brit. Med. Assn. ; Council, Man. Univ., 1891-96. Author: valuable 
contribs. on gynecol. subjs. in med. journs. Residence: 6325 Green- 
wood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

McDOWELL, George Washington; homeo. physician; b. N. Y. City, 
i860; s. Thos. McDowell and Catherine (Foster) McDowell; ed. N. 
Y. pub. and priv. schs. ; acad. ed. Coll., City of N. Y., A.B. 1882, 
A.M. 1886; grad. M.D., N. Y. Homeo. Coll. and Hosp., 1886; m. 
1889, Lettie B. Bolen, Newark, N. J.; post-grad. O. and A. Chir., 
1889, Coll. of N. Y. Ophthal. Hosp. ; prof. Otol., N. Y. Homeo. Med. 
Coll. ; aurist, Flower Hosp. ; surg. N. Y. Ophthal. Hosp. ; mem. Am. 
Inst. Homeo. ; N. Y. State and Co. Homeo. Soc. ; O. O. and L. Soc. ; 
Acad.-Path. Sci. ; Mat. Med. Soc. Author: many monographs on 
Ear, Eye and Throat in med. journs. Clubs: Chiron, Clinical, etc. 
Residence: Bretton Hall, 86th St. and Broadway, N. Y. City. 

McFARLAND, Joseph; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1868; s. Joseph Mc- 
Farland and Susan E. (Grim) McFarland; ed. com. sch. Phila., and 
Lauderbach Acad.; grad. Univ. of Pa., 1889; m. 1892, Virginia E. 
Kinney ; mem. Coll. Phys. of Phila. ; Am. Soc. of Trop. Med. ; Am. 
Med. Assn.; Pa. St. Med. Soc; Phila. Path, and Co. Med. Socs.; 
Am. Soc. Pathol, and Bacter., etc. Author: A Text-book of Pa- 


thology, Phil, 1905 ; The Pathogenic Bacteria, Phila., and many con- 
tribs. to med. journs. Residence: 442 W. Stafford St., Germantown, 
Phila., Pa. 

McGREQOR, Robert; physician; b. Glasgow, Scotland, 1861 ; s. Robt. 
McGregor and Sarah (White) McGregor; ed. com. sch. Glasgow; 
acad. ed. Toronto, Ont. ; grad. Univ. of Mich., 1894; unmarried; 
demons, of nervous diseases, ( 1895-96) Univ. of Mich. ; prof, of 
nerv. dis. and electro-therap. at Saginaw Val. Med. Coll. (1896-03) ; 
prof. nerv. dis. and electro-therap. Mich. Coll. Med. and Surg. Sch. ; 
mem. Am. Med. Assn. Author: var. contribs. to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 414 Genesee Ave., Saginaw, Mich. 

McINTIRE, Charles; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1847; A Charles Mc- 
Intire and Eliza (Cook) Mclntire; ed. pub. schs. Phila., and Easton, 
Pa., and Lafayette Coll.; grad. latter, 1868; post-grad. A.M., 1871, 
Lafay. ; M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1873 ; m. 1881, Ella Green; asst. in chem., 
1868-72; adj. prof, chem., 1872-74; lect. hyg. and sanit. sci., 1882-04; 
med. dir. gymnasium, 1884-88, at Lafayette Coll. ; mem. Am. Chem. 
Soc. ; Assn. Am. Inst, of Min. Eng. ; Co. Med. Soc. ; Lehigh Val. 
Med. Assn. ; Med. Soc. of Pa. ; Am. Med. Assn., etc. ; editor Bulletin 
Am. Acad. Med., 1891 ; Lehigh Val. Med. Mag., 1898. Residence: 
Easton, Pa. 

McINTIRE, Ida Noyes; physician; b. Providence, R. I., 1859; d. Al- 
fred and Lucina Noyes ; ed. Detroit high sch. and Univ. of Mich. ; 
Colo. Univ. ; grad. North Western Univ. ; Woman's Med. Sch., Chi- 
cago, 1891 ; m. 1899, Hon. Albert W. Mclntire, ex-gov. of Colo., 
New Haven, Conn.; post-grad, work in Europe (1895) ; mem. Colo. 
State Bd. Charities and Corr., 1895; State Bd. of Pardons, 1895-98 
(first woman in U. S. to become mem. of distinctive bd. of pardons). 
Residence: 3129 Colby Ave., Everett, Wash. 

McMEEKIN, James W.; physician; b. Ont., Can., 1859; s. Samuel D. 
and Eliz. (Mitchell) McMeekin; ed. com. sch. Blandford, Oxf. Co., 
Ont., Woodstock, Brantford, St. Catherines and Toronto; grad. 
M'Gill Univ., 1885 ; post-grad. 1895, St. Bartholomew's Coll. Hosp., 
London, Eng.; m. 1901, Anna Kosanke, Saginaw, Mich.; prof. clin. 
surg., and surg. pathol. Mich. Coll., Detroit; ex-prof. anat. and 
genito-urin. surgery, Saginaw Val. Med. Coll. Author: valuable 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: (social), etc. Residence: 923 La- 
peer Ave., Saginaw, Mich. 

McNAUGHT, Francis Hector; physician; b. Hobart, N. Y., 1854; s. 
Dr. J. S. McNaught and Helen S. (Hay) McNaught; ed. com. sch. 


Hobart, N. Y. ; grad. Phys. and Surg., Med. Dept. Columbia Univ. ; 
m. 1881, Helen Cowan, Hobart, N. Y. ; prof. Obstet. Denver Univ.; 
mem. State Med. Soc. ; Colo. Pathol. Soc; chief surg. Colo, and 
Southern R. R. ; and others. Club: Univ., Denver, Colo. Residence: 
1640 Lincoln Ave., Denver, Colo. 

McVAIL, John Christie; b. Kilmarnock, 1849; s. of late James Mc- 
Vail; ed. Anderson's Coll.; grad. M.D. Glasgow Univ. (F.R.S.E., 
D.P.H. Camb.) ; m. Jessie Shoolbred Rowat, Kilmarnock; county 
med. officer, Stirlingshire and Dumbartonshire, since 1891 ; exam, in 
med. jurisp. and pub. health, Univs. of Edinburgh and Glasgow ; pres. 
of Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch, Brit. Med. Assn.; prac, 
Kilmarnock, 1873-91 ; ex-phys. to Infirmary, Med. Officer of Health, 
and Crown Exam, in Medico-legal cases for North Ayrshire; mem. 
ex-pres. Incorp. Soc. of Med. Offi. of Health ; ex-pres. Sanit. Assn. of 
Scotland ; mem. Council Brit. Med. Assn. ; Council Epidemiological 
Soc, London. Author: num. contribs. on public health subjects, 
especially on Smallpox and Vaccination, in Stevenson and Murphy's 
Hygiene, Trans. Epidem. Soc, Trans. San. Inst., etc. ; Ethics of Pre- 
ventive Medicine, published in Public Health, 1901 ; County Health 
Reports. Address: 20 Eton Place, Hillhead, Glasgow; 24 George 
Square, Glasgow, Scotland. 

McVEY, William E.; physician; b. Waverly, 111., 1864; s. Richard E. 
McVey, M.D. and Nancy (Harris) McVey; ed. com. sch. and 111. 
Coll., Jacksonville, B.S. 1883; grad. Kan. City Med. Coll. (M.D., 
1888) ; m. 1893, Annabelle J. Bauer; prof. Laryng., Rhinol., and Dis- 
eases of the Chest, and sec. Kan. Med. Coll. ; mem. Shawnee Co. Med. 
Soc; Kan. Med. Soc. (sec. 1896, pres. 1903), Am. Med. Assn., etc 
Author: editor Kan. Med. Journ., '94- '99, and Medical Monograph, 
'99-1900. Residence: 626 Buchanan St., Topeka, Kan. 

MEDBERY, Josiah; physician; b. Reynoldsburg, O., 1853; s. Josiah 
and Enfield E. Medbery ; ed. com. sch. and acad. Reynoldsburg ; grad. 
A.B., Brown Univ., 1875, M.D., Columbus Med. Coll., 1878; m. Alice 
Roston, Columbus, O. ; mem. Am. Acad. Med. ; prof, anat, Columbus 
Med. Coll., 1882-91, and O. Med. Univ., 1898; U. S. Pension Bd., 
1889-93. Residence: 215 Neil St., Columbus, O. 

MEMMINGER, Allard; physician; b. Charleston, S. C, 1854; s. C. G. 
Memminger and Mary (Wilkinson) Memminger; ed. com. sch. and 
Univ. of Va. ; grad. S. C. Med. Coll. and Univ. of Va. ; prof, of 
Chem., Hyg., and Clin. Urinary Diag. Med. Coll. of S. C. ; vis. phys. 
City. Hosp. ; prof, of Gen. and App. Chem. in the Pharm. Coll. of S. 


C, etc.; diploma of honor from a French academy for original in- 
vestigations in fluorine ; mem. State, Nat'l and Intern. Med., Pharm., 
and Sci. Socs., etc. Author: Diagnosis by the Urine, Phila. ; Quali- 
tative Analysis, Phila. ; contribs. to Med. Journs. Residence: 34 
Montague St., Charleston, S. C. 

MERCER, Alfred Clifford; physician; b. Syracuse, N. Y., 1855; s. 
Alfred Mercer, M.D. and Delia (Lamphier) Mercer; ed. pub. sch. 
Syracuse; grad. Syrac. Univ., 1878; post-grad. London, Eng. ; instr. 
in Histol., 1880-82; lect. in Micros, and Histol., 1882-84, on Pathol, 
and Histol., 1884-6, prof, of Pathol., to '93, and of Clin. Pediatr. to 
1904 ; prof, of Pediat. since then, at Syracuse Univ. Coll. Med. ; mem. 
Roy. Micros. Soc. ; Am. Micros. Soc. ; Rochester and Syracuse Acad. 
Sci. ; N. Y. Med. Assn. ; Am. Roentgen Ray Soc, and others. Author: 
How to Work with the Microscope, Lond. and Phila., 1880; Report 
of Bd. of Health, Syrac, 1884-85 ; and many contribs. to tech. 
journs. Clubs: Citizens, Fortnightly. Residence: 324 Montgomery 
St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

MERRILL, Cyrus Strong; physician; b. Bridport, Vt., 1847; s. Ed- 
ward H. Merrill and Sarah W. (Strong) Merrill; ed. com. schs. of 
Vt., Newton Acad., and priv. tutors; grad. Amherst Coll., M.A., 
1870; post-grad. M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y. City, 1871, 
Vienna, Zurich, Heidelberg, Paris and London; m. 1875, Mary E. 
Griffin, Warrensburg, Pa. ; prof, of Ophthalm. and Otol., Albany 
Med. Coll. ; mem. Am. Ophthalmol. Soc. ; Am. Otolog. Soc. ; N. Y. 
State Soc, etc. Clubs: Ft. Orange, University, Country. Residence: 
21 Washington Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

MERWIN, Everett H.; physician; b. Carthage, Mo., 1869; s. Robt. S. 
and Elizabeth A. Merwin ; ed. Carthage high sch. ; grad. Homeo. 
Med. Coll. of Chic, 1893; post-grad, work, St. Thomas' Hosp., 
London ; unmarried; surg. in Eng. Marine service for one year ; 
prof. Surg. Kan. City Hahnemann Med. Coll. Residence: 2815 
Woodward Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

METTLER, L. Harrison; physician; b. New York City, 1863; .?. Isaac 
Voorhees Mettler and Marcella (Smith) Mettler; ed. pub. sch. N. 
Y. City; acad. ed. Coll. of N. Y.; grad. Jefferson Coll., 1886; post- 
grad. M.A., Coll. of N. Y., 1886; m. 1900, Minnie Warner, Clinton, 
111. ; assoc. prof. Neurol., State Univ. 111. ; prof, of Nerv. and Mental 
Dis., Chic. Clin. Sch., and Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Home and 
Hosp. ; mem. sec. Chic. Neurol. Soc, etc. Author: Treatise on Dis- 
eases of the Nervous System, Chicago, 1904; many contribs. to 


med. journs. Club: Kenwood. Residence: ioo State St., Chicago, 

MILES, Alexander; surgeon; F.R.C.S.; ed. Edin. Univ.; grad. M.D.; 
lect. on Surgery, Sch. of Med. of the Roy. Colls., Edinburgh ; surg. 
to Leith Hosp. ; asst. surg. Royal Infirmary, Edin. Author: Surgical 
Ward Work and Nursing, 2nd ed., 1899; (with A. Thomson) Manual 
of Surgery, 1904. Address: 20 Walker St., Edinburgh, Scotland. 

MILLER, Clifton Meredith; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1873; s. 
William G. Miller and Emma H. (Wiglesworth) Miller; ed. pub. 
schs. of Richmond, 1880-88; Richmond Coll., 1888,-90; grad. Med. 
Coll. of Virginia, 1892; m. 1903, Mary Ashley Bell, Wilmington, 
Va. ; prof, of Anat. and instr. Diseases of the Eye and Ear, Med. 
Coll. of Va. ; mem. Richmond Acad, of Med. and Surg.; Va. Med. 
Soc. ; Assn. Am. Anatomists ; A. A. Surg., U. S. M. H. S., Jan.-Dec, 
1893; exec. comm. Va. Med. Soc., 1902; pres. Alumni Assn., M. C. 
V., 1904; 3rd vice-pres. Richmond Acad. M. and S., 1905. Author! 
contribs. to the med. press. Clubs: Westmoreland. Residence: 414 
E. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

MILLICAN, Kenneth William; physician; b. Leicester, Eng. ; s. Lt.- 
Col. Millican and Susannah Loseby (Tuffley) Millican; ed. Ather- 
stone gram, sch., Eng. and Cambridge Univ. (B.A., 1876) ; grad. 
Roy. Coll. Surg., Eng. ; Roy. Coll. Phys., Edin. ; m. 1st, Annie Mosely 
Bennett, Bakewell, Eng., 2nd, Bertha Camille Simons, N. Y. City; 
practised, Eng., 1880-89, Cal., 1895-97; Fell, (formerly), Med. Soc, 
London; and Roy. Medico-Chir. Soc, Eng. Author: The Evolution 
of Morbid Germs, Lond., 1883 ; and poems, Lond., 1883 ; valuable 
papers and contribs. to med. journs. Residence: St. Louis, Mo. 

MILLS, Ernest P.; homeo. physician; b. Forestell, Mo., 1872; s. 
Addison P. Mills and Augusta Jane (Haines) Mills; ed. com. schs. 
of Manhattan, Kansas, and Kansas Normal Coll., Ft. Scott; grad. 
Kansas City Homeo. Med. Coll., 1896; m. 1900, Jessie M. Ubbetts; 
prof. Physical Diagnosis, Kansas City Hahnemann Med. Coll. ; mem. 
and ex-pres. Kansas State Bd. of Health ; coroner, Johnson Co., 
Kansas. Residence: 517 E. Loula St., Olathe, Kansas. 

MILLSPAUGH, Charles Frederick; homeo. physician; b. Ithaca, N. 
Y., 1854; s. John Hill Millspaugh and Marian (Cornell) Millspaugh; 
ed. pub. schs., Ithaca, Ithaca Acad., Cornell Univ.; grad. N. Y. 
Homeo. Med. Coll., 1881 ; m. 1877, Mary Louisa Spalding, Waverly, 
N. Y. ; prof. Econom. Bot, Univ. of Chic, and Hahnemann Coll., 
Chic, head of dept., Bot., Field Columb. Mus., Botan. explorer; 


mem. Pan- Am. Comm. Med. and Poison PI.; Fell. Binghamton 
Acad. Sci. ; (hon.) Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. ; also hon. in Med. Assn. 
of Mexico and Brazil. Author: Repertory to Eczema, N. Y., 1887, 
and botanical works, Phila., 1888. Club: Explorers. Residence: 
5748 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. 

MILROY, William Forsyth; physician; b. York, N. Y., 1855 ; s. James 
and Sarah A. Milroy; ed. pub. schs. York, Geneseo State Norm., 
Rochester Univ.; grad. M.D., 1882, Columbia, N. Y. ; post-grad. 
work, Charity and Maternity Hosps., N. Y., 1882-4; m. 1886, Lillian 
Barton, Baltimore ; prof. Clin. Med. ; phys. diagn., Univ. of Neb. ; 
mem. Co. and State Med. Socs. ; Med. Soc. of Missouri Val. ; Alumni 
Soc, N. Y. Author: many monographs on internal med. subjs. in 
med. journs. Residence: McCague Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 

MITCHELL, Clifford; homeo. physician; b. Nantucket, Mass., 1854; 
s. Francis Macy Mitchell and Ellen Mitchell; ed. priv. schs., Chi- 
cago and Harvard Coll. ; grad. latter, 1875 ; post-grad. M.D., 
Chic. Homeo. Med. Coll., 1878; widozver; prof. Clin. Urinol. 
and Renal Diseases, Hahnemann Med. Coll. and Hosp., Chicago; 
mem. City, State, Nat'l Homeo. Socs. Author: Physician's Chem- 
istry, Chic, 1886; Practitioner's Guide in Urinalysis, Chic, 1884; 
Dentists' Man. of Spec. Chem., 1887; Dental Chem. and Metallurgy, 
1890; and many works on renal subjs., Phila. and Chic, 1890-1903; 
many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Harvard, Chic, and Fraterni- 
ties. Residence: 6030 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

MITCHELL, S. Weir; physician; b. Philadelphia, 1829; s. John K. 
Mitchell, M.D. and author; ed. Univ. of Pa.; grad. Jefferson Med. 
Coll., M.D. ; during Civil War had charge of ward for diseases and 
injuries of nervous system in military hosps., Phila. ; specialist nerv. 
dis. ; mem. Nat. Acad. Sci., British Med. Assn., and num. sci. and 
med. socs. ; ex-pres. Coll. of Phys. Author: Wear and Tear, or Hints 
to the Overworked, 1871 ; Fat and Blood, and How to Make Them, 
1877; A Hill of Stories and Other Poems, 1882; In War Times, a 
novel, 1884; Doctor and Patient, 1887; Far in the Forest, 1887; 
Little Stories ; A Comedy of Conscience ; Circumstance ; Dr. North 
and His Friends; Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker; The Adventures of 
Francois; When all the Woods are Green; Characteristics; Roland 
Blake; The Autobiography of a Quack; Hepzibah Guinness; A 
Madeira Party; The Wager and Other Poems; Prince Little Boy 
and Other Tales out of Fairy Land, etc. Residence: 1524 Walnut st., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


MONIER=WILLIAMS, Montagu Sneade Faithfull; physician and 
surgeon; b. Cheltenham, i860; s. of late Sir M. Monier- Williams, 
K.C.I.E., D.C.L., LL.D. and Julia Grantham Faithfull, Hatfield, 
Herts; ed. Winchester Coll., Christ Church, Oxford (grad. M.A.), 
St. George's Hosp., London; m. Florence Isabel Littlejohn of Brook- 
lyn, New York, U. S. A., 1890; mem. Fell, of the Med. Soc. of Lond. ; 
mem. of the Dermatol. Soc. of G. Brit, and Ireland ; ex-clinical asst. 
at St. John's Hosp. for Dis. of the Skin, and at the Hosp. for Dis. 
of the Skin, Blackfriars ; Med. Referee to the "Clergy Pensions Insti- 
tution"; mem. M.R.C.S., Eng., L.R.C.P., London. Author: works on 
skating. Clubs: Queen's, New University ; many skating clubs. Res- 
idence: 54 Onslow Gardens, S. W. ; Merton Lea, St. Margaret's Bay, 
Kent, Eng. 

MONTGOMERY, Frank Hugh; physician; b. Fair Haven, Minn., 
1862; s. Albertis and Mary Louisa Montgomery; ed. com. sch. St. 
Cloud, Minn., Univ. of Minn.; grad. Rush Med. Coll., 1888; post- 
grad, work at Vienna, Paris, London; m. 1897, Caroline L. William- 
son, Chicago; assoc. prof. Clin. Genito-Urin. and Vener. Diseases, 
Rush Med. Coll. ; prof. Dermatol., Chic. Clin. Sch. ; att. Derm, at St. 
Eliz. and Presb. Hosps. ; mem. Am. Dermat. Assn. ; Cong. Am. Phys. 
and Surgs. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; 111. St. and other med. assns. Author: 
(with Dr. Hyde) Treatise on Diseases of the Skin, Phila., and (joint) 
Manual of Syph. and Vener. Diseases, Phila. ; num. contribs. to med. 
journs. Clubs: Univ., Quadrangle, Chic. Liter., Homewood Country, 
etc. Residence: 5548 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

MOODY* Henry Altamont; physician; b. Massachusetts, 1842; s. 
Henry C. Moody and Julia (Russell) Moody; ed. complete course, 
Mass. schs. ; grad. Berwick Acad., Berwick, Me.; post-grad. M.D., 
1866, Univ. of Kentucky, Louisville; m. 1st, Virginia Ellis, Bailey 
Springs, Ala. ; 2nd, Mattie C. Keiser, Davenport, la. ; served through 
Civ. War; prac. Bailey Springs, Ala.; holds chair of Mat. Med. and 
Therap. in the med. dept., Med. Coll. of Univ. of Ala., and of Mat. 
Med. and Bot, dept. of Pharm. ; mem. Miss, legisl. (1876); Am. 
Med. Assn.; State Bd. of Censors; pres. State Med. Assn. ('98-'99). 
Author: several novels ; num. monogr. in med. journs. Residence: 
Bailey Springs and Florence, Ala. 

MOORE, James Edward; surgeon; b. Clarksville, Pa., 1852; s. Rev. 
George W. Moore and Margaret Jane Moore; ed. com. schs. Pa., 
Poland Union Sem., Univ. of Mich.; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll., 1873 ; post-grad, work in Berlin; m. 1887, Louise Cloris Irving, 


Minneapolis ; prof. Surgery, Univ. of Minn., surg. in chief to North- 
western Hosp., Minneap. ; mem. Am. Surg. Assn.; (hon.) Am. 
Orthop. Assn. ; ex-pres. Western Surg. Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn. 
Author: Orthopedic Surgery, Phila., 1898; section in Cyclopedia of 
Surgery, N. Y. (now in process) ; num. contribs. to med. journs. 
Residence: 201 Clifton Ave., Clarksville, Pa. 

MOORE, Sir John William; Kt., cr. 1900; physician; b. Dublin, 1845; 
s. of William Daniel Moore, M.D., Dub. et Cantab., M.R.I.A.; ed. 
Dublin high sch. ; grad. Univ. of Dublin, B.A., M.D., M.Ch. Univ. 
Dub.; post-grad. Hon. D.Sc. Oxon. ; F.R.C.P.I., Dublin, since 1875; 
prof, of Prac. of Med., Roy. Coll. Surg., Ireland; m. 1st, Ellie Ridley, 
2nd, Louisa E. Armstrong, Co. Clare; ex-Scholar and Dip. in State 
Med., Trin. Coll., Dub.; Hon. Dip. in Pub. Health, R.C.P. and S.I.; 
phys. in Dublin since 1868 ; cons. phys. to Cork St. Fever, the Drum- 
Condra, the Coombe, the Meath Hosps., Dublin, and the Dental Hosp. 
of Ireland; mem. Fell. Roy. Acad, of Med. in Ireland, Roy. Med. 
Chir. Soc. of London, Roy. Med. Soc. ; Hon. Fel. Swedish Soc. of 
Phys. ; ex-pres. of the Roy. Coll. of Phys. of Ireland. Author: Text- 
book of the Eruptive and Continued Fevers, 1892 ; Text-book of 
Practical Meteorology, 1894; Smallpox (Twentieth Century Practice 
of Medicine), 1898; joint author Manual of Public Health for Ire- 
land, 1895 ; editor of The Dublin Joum. of Medical Science, since 
1893. Club: University, Dublin. Address: 40 Fitzwilliam Square, 
West, Dublin, Ireland. 

MOORE, Melvin L.; physician; b. Lakeville, Ind., 1859; j. Robert 
Moore, M.D. and Maria Moore; ed. Valparaiso, Ind.; grad. Rush 
Med. Coll., 1880, Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1882; m. 1880, Lizzie 
A. Hollen, Crum's Point, Ind. ; prof. Obstet, med. dept. Univ. of 
Southern Cal. Residence: 800 S. Alvarado St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

MOORE, Norman; physician; b. Higher Broughton, Lancashire, 1847; 
s. of Robert Ross Rowan Moore and Rebecca Fisher; ed. Owens 
Coll., Manchester; grad. St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge; B.A., 
1869; M.A., 1872; M.D., 1876; m. 1st, 1880, Amy Smith of Crow- 
ham, Sussex (d. 1901) ; 2nd, 1903, Millicent Ludlow; phys. to St. 
Bartholomew's Hosp., London ; Rep. of Roy. Coll. of Phys. Lond. in 
Gen. Med. Council; House Phys., St. Bartholomew's Hosp., 1872-74; 
Cas. Phys., 1875-77; Asst. Phys., 1883-1902; Lect. on Comp. Anat., 
1874-85 ; on Pathol. 1887-93 > on Princ. and Prac. of Med. since 1893 ; 
mem. Fell, of Roy. Coll. Phys., 1877. Author: several medical trea- 
tises; the Harveian Oration for 1901 ; 454 lives (chiefly of Medical 


writers) in Dictionary of National Biography ; pubs, on History of 
St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; Life of Charles Waterton, 1871 ; trans, of 
the Concise Irish Grammar of E. Windisch ; essay on History of Med- 
icine in Ireland; Loss of the Crown of Loegaire Lure (Irish text and 
translation). Club: Reform. Address: 94 Gloucester Place, Portman 
Square, London, Eng. 
MOORHOUSE, Walter Hoare; physician; b. Western Ontario, 
Canada, 1843 I * Joseph Moorhouse and Mary (Backus) Moorhouse; 
grad. Trinity Univ., Toronto, Ont., 1874; B.A. Western Univ. ; post- 
grad, work, L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S. deg. at Edinburgh; m. 1st, 1871, 
Margaret A. Webster, died 1890; 2nd, 1902, Mary E. Butler; dean of 
Faculty of Med. Western Univ., 1900 ; prof. Principles of Practice of 
Med. Faculty of Med.; cons. phys. to the Royal Victoria Hosp., 
London, Ont.; mem. and vice-pres. Ontario Med. Council; pres. 
Can. Med. Assn. 1902-03 ; pres. Ont. Med. Assn., 1891-92. Address: 
249 Queen's Ave., London, Ont. 
MORGAN, Edwin Lee; physician; b. Washington, D. C, 1855; s. 
Edwin C. Morgan and Evalina Prosser (Lee) Morgan; ed. high sch. 
and St. John's Acad., Alexandria, Va., Milit. Inst., Lexington, 
Va., Glanwood Inst., Md.; grad. Med. Coll., Va., 1879; m. 1893, 
Mary Garland VanZandt, Washington ; mem. Med. Soc, D. C. ; pres. 
Lib. Assn.; Med. and Surg. Soc. of D. C. ; ex-phys. Colville Ind. 
Agency, 1879, also St. Ann's Orph. and Inf. Asyl. Author: many 
contribs. to med. journs. on subjs. of vaccination, diphtheria, syphilis, 
etc. Residence: 2315 Pennsyl. Ave., Washington, D. C. 
MORGAN, Elmer E.; physician; b. Williamsburg, Pa., 1861 ; s. George 
W. Morgan and Margaret E. Morgan; ed. com. sch. Ft. Wayne, 
Ind. ; grad, 1893, Rush Med. Coll. ; m. 1893, Hattie M. Wood, Chi- 
cago, 111. ; prof. Phys. Diagn., Ft. Wayne Coll. Med., pres. Ft. Wayne 
Med. Soc. 1904. Residence: 530 E. Jefferson St., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
MORRIS, Henry; surgeon; ed. Guy's Hosp.; grad. M.A., sen. surg. 
and formerly lect. on Surg, and Anat., Middlesex Hosp.; mem. of 
Council (senior V.-P.) and chairm. of Court of Exams. Roy. Coll. 
of Surgs. ; rep. of Roy. Coll. of Surgs. on Gen. Med. Council; de- 
livered Cavendish Lecture, 1893; Hunterian Lectures, 1898; The 
Bradshaw— on Cancer and its Origin, 1903; ex-examiner in Surg., 
Univ. of London, and in Anat., Univ. of Durham. Author: The 
Anatomy of the Joints of Man ; Surgical Diseases of the Kidneys and 
Ureter; Injuries and Diseases of the Genital and Urinary Organs; 
Injuries of the Lower Extremity; and Injuries and Diseases of the 


Abdomen; editor of Morris' System of Anatomy, 3rd edition; The 
Treatment of Inoperable Cancer. Address: 8 Cavendish Square, 
London, Eng. 

MORRIS, Malcolm; surgeon; ed. St. Mary's Hosp., Berlin, Vienna; 
grad. F.R.C.S. Edin. ; lect. on Skin Dis., Trop. Sch. of Med., London; 
pres. of the Harveian Soc. ; rep. of Nat. Assn. at the Berlin Cong. 
for the Prevention of Tuberc., 1899; sec. Gen. Brit. Cong. Tuberc, 
1901 ; head of Surg. Skin Dept., and lect. on Dermat. at St. Mary's 
Hosp. to 1902 ; editor of The Practitioner and of The Book of Health. 
Author: Skin Disease, 1894; revised edition, 1898; Ringworm in the 
Light of Recent Research, 1898. Address: 8 Harley St., Cavendish 
Square, London, Eng. 

MORROW, William Stairs; physician; b. Halifax, N. Scotia, 1869; s. 
James Bain Morrow and Louisa Matilda (Richy) Morrow; ed. com. 
sch. Edin., Scotland; M'Gill Univ.; grad. M'Gill, 1891 ; stud, in 
Germany; asst. demons, prof, of Physiol. Author: valuable contribs. 
to med. journs. Residence: 82 Union Ave., Montreal. 

MORTON, William James; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1846; s. Dr. 
W. T. G. Morton, discoverer of surg. anesthesia, and Eliz. (Whit- 
man) Morton; ed. Boston Latin Sch.; grad. A.B., Harvard, 1867, 
Harvard Med. Sch., 1872; m. 1880, Eliz. Campbell Lee, Wilkesbarre, 
Pa.; assoc. surg. Out- Patient Dept., Mass. Gen. Hosp., 1869; surg., 
1871 ; distr. phys. Boston Disp., 1872; studied in Paris and Vienna; 
prof. Elec.-Therap., N. Y. Post-grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp. ; prof. 
Ment. and Nerv. Dis., Univ. of Vt., 1880-85, etc - > mem. Am. Geolog. 
Soc. ; N. Y. Med. and N. Y. Neurol. Socs. ; N. Y. Elec. Therap. Soc. ; 
ex-pres. Am. Elec. Therap. Assn. ; Roentgen Soc. of London, etc. 
Author: many papers on new electric currents, nerv. and ment. dis., 
elec. -therap., etc. Residence: 225 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 

MOSHER, Jesse Montgomery; physician; b. Albany, N. Y., 1864; s - 
Jacob S. Mosher and Emma Starr (Montgomery) Mosher; ed. 
Albany Acad. ; grad. Union Coll., 1886 and Albany Med. Coll., 1889; 
post-grad. A.M., Union Coll., 1889 ; m. 1890, Eleanor Bassett Chapin, 
Phila. ; several years phys. in N. Y. St. Hosps. for Insane ; mem. Am. 
Medico- Psych. Assn.; Am. Neurol. Assn.; (hon.) Am. Assn. Hosp. 
Supts. ; N. Y. St. Med. Soc. Author: Electro-Diagnosis, Albany, N. 
Y., 1904; and many papers on mental dis. Editor, Albany Med. 
Annals; assoc. ed. Am. Journ. of Insanity. Club: (Coll. Frat). 
Residence: 170 Washington Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

MOTT, Frederick Walker; physician; b. Brighton; s. of Henry Mott; 


ed. University Coll. and Hosp., London; grad. M.D., B.S. London; 
m. Georiana, d. of late G. T. Soley ; phys. to Charing Cross Hosp. ; 
pathologist to the London County Asylums ; Croonian Lect. Roy. Coll. 
of Phys. 1900; University Scholar and Gold Medallist; ex-lect. in 
Phys. Charing Cross Hosp. Med. Sch. ; investigating the Neuro- 
pathology of Insanity; mem. F.R.S., F.R.C.P. Author: num. con- 
tribs. to med. journs. and recent text-books of med. ; several original 
papers relating to Neurology in the Proceedings and Philosophical 
Transactions of the Roy. Soc. Address: 25 Nottingham Place, W., 
London; Downash, Chesham Bois, Bucks, Eng. 
MOULLIN, Charles William Mansell; surgeon; ed. Pembroke Coll., 
Oxford (Fellow) ; grad. M.D., M.A., Vienna, Paris, Strasburg, Ox- 
ford, St. Bartholomew's ; sen. surg. and lect. on Surg., Lond. Hos. ; 
exam, in Surg., Univ. of Cam.; ex-exam, in Surg. Univ. of Oxf.; 
mem. of Council, R. Coll. Surgs., Eng. Author: Enlargement of the 
Prostate ; Inflammation of the Bladder ; When to Operate in Inflam- 
mation of the Appendix ; The Surgical Treatment of Ulcer of the 
Stomach. Address: 69 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 
MUNROE, Charles Edward; physician; b. Cambridge, Mass., 1849; 
s. Enoch Munroe and Emeline E. (Russell) Munroe; ed. pub. sch. 
Camb.; grad. Harvard Univ., S.B. (s.c.l.) 1871, Harv.; Ph.D., 1894, 
Columbia Univ.; m. 1883, Mary Louise Barker, Phila., Pa.; asst. 
prof, chem., Harv. Univ., 1871-74; prof, chem., U. S. Naval Acad., 
1874-86; chem. U. S. Torpedo Corps and War Coll., 1886-92, etc., 
etc. ; mem. ex-pres. Am. Chem. Soc. ; Wash. Chem. Soc. ; Fell. Chem. 
Soc, London, and many other socs. Author: Chemistry and Explos- 
ives, U. S. Govt., 1888; Handbook for Seamen and Gunners, do. 
1888; 1st and 2nd Indexes to Lit. of Explosives, Baltimore, 1886-93; 
Precious Metals Recovered by the Cyanide Process, U. S. Govt., 
1904, etc.; many contribs. on kindred subjs. to pop. and tech. press. 
Clubs: Cosmos, Metrop., Univ. of Washington, Strollers' and Chem. 
of N. Y. Residence: 21 14 "S" St., S. W., Washington, D. C. 
MURPHY, James; physician; b. Ballinahow, Co. Tipperary, 1853; s. 
of late William Chapman Murphy, M.D. ; ed. Trinity Coll., Dublin ; 
grad. M.A., M.D. ; post-grad, work, Paris; m. 1882, Adelaide Harriet 
van Aarlanderveen, of the Villa Doelwyk, The Hague (d. 1883) ; 
lect. on Med. Jurisp., Univ. of Durham ; surg. to the Sunderland In- 
firmary; cons. surg. Seaham Infirmary and Sunderland Lying-in 
Charity; mem. Council, Brit. Med. Assn.; pres. Obstet. Med. and 
Gynecol. Sec, Brit. Med. Assn., 1893 ; corr. Soc Med. Pratique de 


Paris, and Die Deutsche Gesellsch. fur Gynak. ; ex-pres. Northumber- 
land and Durham Med. Soc. ; North of Eng. Br. B.M.A. ; ex-vice- 
pres. Brit. Gynecol. Soc. ; hon. prizeman in science, Univ. of Dublin. 
Club: Constitutional. Author: various articles on surg. and gynecol. 
Address: 6 Thornhill Crescent, Sunderland, Eng. 

MURPHY, John B.; physician and surgeon; b. Appleton, Wis., 1857; 
s. M. P. Murphy and Ann Murphy; ed. high sch. Appleton, 1876; 
grad. M.D., Rush Med. Coll., Chicago, 1879; post-grad, work, A.M., 
LL.D.; studied Vienna, Berlin, Heidelberg; m. 1885, Jeanette C. Pla- 
mondon, Chicago; prof. Surg. Rush Med. Coll. and Post-grad. Med. 
Sch. and Hosp., Chicago, and at Chic. Clinic. Sch. ; att. surg. Cook 
Co. Mercy and Columbus Hosps. ; mem. Germ. Soc. Surgs., Berlin ; 
Surg. Soc. of Paris, and Intern. Med. Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. 
Obstet. and Gynecol. Assn. Clubs: Calumet, Chic, Chic. Athlet, 
and Wash. Park. Author: Year Books, 1901-5; many contribs. to 
med. journs. Residence: 3305 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

MURRAY, Charles Dickie; physician; b. Cornwallis, N. Scotia, 1864; 
s. Rev. Wm. Murray, LL.D. and Sarah (Dickie) Murray; ed. Black- 
heath gram, sch., Eng. ; matric. Univ. of Lond. and Edin. ; grad. 
M.B., CM., 1889, Edinburgh ; post-grad, study in New York and 
London; m. 1901, Jessie B. Boak, N. S. ; phys. Vict. Gen. Hosp., 
prof. Clin. Med., med. exam. N. S. Immig. Serv., etc., Halifax, N. S.; 
mem. and pres. Halifax Bran. Brit. Med. Assn. ; exec. com. Can. Med. 
Assn., etc. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: City, Roy. N. 
S. Yacht, etc. Residence: 66 Queen St., Halifax, N. S. 

MURRAY, George R.; physician; b. Newcastle, 1865 ; s. of Wm. Mur- 
ray, M.D., Newcastle; ed. Eton; grad. M.A., M.D., Trin. Coll., Camb. 
(1st class Natural Science Tripos, 1886) ; Univ. Coll. London; (Fel- 
lowes Sen. Clin. Gold Medallist, 1888) ; Berlin; Paris; m. Annie Bick- 
ersteth, Liverpool ; phys. Roy. Infirmary, Newcastle ; Heath Prof, of 
Comp. Pathol. Durham Univ. ; Goulstonian Lect. Roy. Coll. of Phys., 
1899; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: Diseases of the Thyroid Gland, Part 
i, 1900; Diseases of the Thyroid Gland, Twentieth Century Practice 
of Med., vol. iv, Encyclopaedia Medica vol. xii, and Quain's Diction- 
ary of Medicine; Hodgkin's Disease, Allbutt's System of Medicine, 
vol. iv. Address: 9 Ellison Place, Newcastle; Fawdon House, nr. 
Newcastle, Eng. 

MURRELL, William; physician; b. 1853; s. of William Kenrick 
Murrell, M.A., barrister-at-law ; ed. Murray's, Wimbledon; Univ. 
Coll., London ; grad. M.D. ; phys. and lect. on Clin. Med. and Prin. 


and Prac. of Med. at the Westminster Hosp. ; exam, to the Civil 
Service Com. ; mem. Faculty of Med. of the Univ. of Lond. ; Sharpey 
Physiological Scholar and Demons, of Physiol. Univ. Coll. 1875-78; 
Laureat de l'Acad. Med. Paris, 1881 ; exam, in Mat. Med., Univ. 
Edinburgh, 1882-87; exam. Roy. Coll. of Phys. of London, 1886-90; 
exam, in the Univ. of Glasgow, 1899-1902; vice-pres. Intern. Med. 
Cong., 1887; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: editor F other gill's Handbook 
of Treatment, 4th edit., 1897; Manual of Pharmacology and Thera- 
peutics, 1896; What to do in Cases of Poisoning, 9th edit., 1900; 
Masso-therapeutics, 5th edit., 1890; Prevention of Consumption, 1895 ; 
Bronchitis, 1890; Angina Pectoris (medal, French Acad.), 1880; 
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 6th edit., 1903 ; Materia Medica, 
(3 vols.) 1900. Club: Arts, Devonshire. Address: 17 Welbeck St., 
Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

MUSGROVE, James; surgeon; b. Kendal, 1862; s. of William Mus- 
grove and Ruth Stramon ; ed. Stramongate Sch. ; Science Sch., 
Kendal; grad. M.D., Edinburgh Univ.; Bute Prof, of Anat, St. 
Andrews Univ. ; ex-demons, of Anat., Edin. Univ. ; lect. on Anat., 
Sch. of the Roy. Colls., Edin. ; first occupant of the Chair of Anat., 
founded by the late Marquis of Bute, 1901 ; mem. F.R.C.S. Eng. and 
Edin. Author: contribs. to anatom. journs. Club: Royal and Ancient, 
St. Andrews. Address: University, St. Andrews, Scotland. 

MYLDS, Gordon Wright; physician; b. Algonquin, Ont., Can., 1874; 
s. Manuel and Emily Helen Mylds ; ed. com. sch. Algon. ; acad. ed. 
Queen's Univ., Toronto, 1893 ; grad. M.D., CM., Queen's Univ., 
1897; m. Lucy Hamilton Rowe, Louisville, Ky. ; prof. Anat. Queen's 
Univ. ; mem. Kingston Med. and Surg. Soc. ; surg.-lt. 14th Regt. 
Kingston; sec. med. staff, Kingston Hosp., att. phys. at same and 
L'Hotel Dieu Hosp. Residence: Kingston, Ont. 


NANCREDE, Charles Beylard; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1847; s - 
Thos. Dixie Nancrede and Mary Elizabeth (Bull) Nancrede; ed. priv. 
sch., St. Mark's Acad., Phila. ; grad. Univ. of Pa., A.B., A.M., M.D. ; 
post-grad. M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1883, LL.D., 1898; m. 1872, 
Alice H. Dunnington, Baltimore; served in Cuba during Spanish- 
Amer. War ; prof, of Surg. Univ. of Mich, and Dartmouth Coll. ; ex- 
surg. to Coll. Hosps., etc. ; mem. Am. Acad. Med. ; vice-pres. Am. 


Surg. Assn. ; Acad. Med. ; Rome Soc. Intern, de Chur. ; var. milit. 
orders, etc. Author: Intern. Cyclop, of Surgery, N. Y., 1881 ; Essen- 
tials of Anatomy, Phila., 1888; Amer. Text-book of Surgery, Phila., 
1903 ; One Section of Diseases of Nose and Throat, by Burnett, 
Phila., 1893; Hemorrhage, etc., Wood's Handbook of Med. Science, 
N. Y., 1883; Chapters in Park's Surgery, Phila., 1901 ; and others; 
many contribs. to med. lit. Residence: 720 S. Univ. Ave., Ann Arbor, 

NEEDHAM, Frederick; physician; s. of James P. Needham; ed. St. 
Peter's Sch., York; grad. St. Bartholomew's Hosp., London; m. 
Charlotte Shooter, Bishop Wilton, Yorks ; med. supt. of York Lunatic 
Hosp., 1858-74; H.M. Com. in Lunacy since 1892, and Barnwood 
Hosp. for Insane, Gloucester, 1874-92; mem. ex-pres. of the Medico- 
Psycholo. Assn. of G. Brit, and Ireland ; pres. of the York Med. Soc. ; 
the Gloucestershire Med. and Surg. Assn. ; the Psychol, section of the 
Brit. Med. Assn. ; of the Medico-Legal Soc. of New York ; Roy. Coll. 
Phys., etc. Clubs: Savile, Constitutional. Address: 66 Victoria St., 
S. W. ; 19 Campden Hill Square, London, Eng. 

NEILSON, Walter Hopper; physician; b. Val Cartier, Que., Can., 
1857 ; ed. country sch. Wis., and Univ. of Wis. ; grad. Rush Med. 
Coll., 1881 ; post-grad, work in N. Y. ; m. 1881, Clara Thomas, Mil- 
waukee ; pres. State Med. Soc. ; co-founder Milwaukee Med. Coll., 
1893 ; dean, prof. Princ. and Prac. of Med. ; mem. Wis. Acad, of Sci., 
Arts and Letters; Am. Assn. for Advanc. of Sci., etc. Author: many 
contribs. to med. journs. ; founded Milwaukee Med. Journ,, 1892. 
Club: St. Andrew's Soc, Milwaukee. Residence: 114 Garfield Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

NELSON, Arthur Barris; physician; b. Santa Clara, Cal., 1870; .?. 
Rev. A. J. Nelson, D.D., A.M. and Mary Adelia (Patterson) Nelson; 
ed. pub. sch. Napa City and Napa Coll. ; grad, Napa Coll. ; post-grad. 
Louisville Med. Coll., M.D., A.B. ; unm.; prof. Anat. Cal. Med Coll.; 
ex-prof. Anat. Pacific Coast Coll. of Phys. and San Franc. Dent. 
Coll. ; ex-surg. Pac. Mail S. S. Co. ; mem. San Franc. Soc. Phys. and 
Surg.; State of Cal. Med. and Surg. Soc. Residence: 604 Mont- 
gomery St., San Francisco, Cal. 

NEVILLE, Thomas; physician and surgeon; b. Macroom, Co. Cork, 
Ireland, 1849; j. of Richard Neville and Margaret Murphy; ed. 
Queen's, now Roy. Univ., Ireland ; studied Med. in Dublin, Paris, and 
Vienna; m. 1888, Mary M'Kenna; joined the Turkish army, 1876, 
and served with it for nearly three years. Clubs: Junior Constitu- 


tional; W T imbledon Park Golf. Address: 123 Sloane St., London, 

NEWMAN, George; physician; s. H. S. Newman, J. P., Leominster, 
Herefordshire ; ed. Bootham Sch., York ; King's Coll., London ; grad. 
F.R.S., Univ. of Edin.; D.P.H. (Camb.) ; med. Officer of Health 
of the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury ; sen. demons, of Bacteriol. 
and Infective Diseases in King's Coll., Lond., 1896-1900; first prize- 
man of the National Leprosy Committee, 1895 ; Gunning prizeman of 
the Univ. of Edin., 1895 ; mem. Fellow of the various scientific 
societies. Author: The History of the Decline and Final Extinction 
of Leprosy as an Endemic Disease in the British Islands, 1895 ; Bac- 
teriology of Milk, 1903 (joint author) ; Bacteriology and the Public 
Health, 1904 (3rd ed.) ; Some Notes on the Housing Question in 
Finsbury, 1901 ; various articles and papers on scientific and other 
subjects, in addition to official Reports on Public Health, etc. Ad- 
dress: Town Hall, Rosebery Ave., London, Eng. 

NEWSHOLME, Arthur; physician; grad. M.D.; Medical Officer 
Health, Brighton ; assoc. ed. of the Journal of Hygiene ; ex-exam, in 
State Med. Univ., Lond., and exam, in Prevent. Med. Univ., Oxf. ; 
asst. exam, in Hygiene, Sc. Dept. ; Milroy Lect. R.C.P. 1895; ex- 
phys. City Disp. ; cons. med. off. Westm. and Battersea Train. Colls. ; 
med. off. health, Clapham ; regist. Evelina Hosp. for Children ; house 
phys., res. accouch., asst. house phys. and house surg. St. Thos. 
Hosp. ; and house surg. Tottenham Hosp. ; mem. Certif. Pub. 
Health, 1885; M.R.C.S. Eng., and L.S.A., 1879; F.R.C.P. Lond., 
1898; M., 1893 (St. Thos.) ; F.S.S.; pres. Incorp. Soc. Med. Offs. 
Health, 1900-01 ; F.R. Met. S. ; M.D., Lond. (qual. for gold medal), 
1881; M.B. (Univ. Schol. in Med.), 1880. Author: Hygiene: a 
Manual of Personal and Public Health, 1884 and 1902; Laws 
of Health in Relation to School Life, 1887 and 1902; Elements 
of Vital Statistics, 1889, 1899; The Brighton Life Table, 1881-90; 
Natural History and Affinities of Rheumatic Fever (Milroy Lect.), 
1895 ; Epidemic Diphtheria : a Research on the Origin and Spread of 
the Disease from an International Standpoint, 1898 ; contrib. "Vital 
Statistics of Peabody Buildings," Journ. Stat. Society, 1891 ; "A 
National System of Notification and Registration of Sickness," ibid. 
1895; "The Alleged Increase of Cancer" (with G. King, F.I.A.), 
Proc. Roy. Soc, 1895 ; "The Spread of Enteric Fever by means of 
Sewage-contaminated Shellfish," Journ. Sanit. Inst., 1896, etc. ; The 
Prevention of Phthisis with special reference to its Notification to the 


Med. Off. Health, 1899. Address: Town Hall, and 11 Gloucester 
Place, Brighton, Eng. 

NICHOLLS, Henry Alfred Alford; C.M.G., 1896; physician; b. Eon- 
don, 1851 ; s. of Thos. William Nicholls of London; ed. Univ. Aber- 
deen; grad. M.B. (Honors) and CM. Aberd., 1873; M.D. Aberd., 
1875; M.R.C.S., Eng., 1873; F.L.S., C.M.Z.S.; m. Marian Crompton 
of Dominica, 1877; sen - nied. off. since 1904, and health off. of Do- 
minica, West Indies; med. supt. Dominica Yaws Hosps., 1877; med. 
off. Public Institution, 1880; health off., 1897; Crown nominee in 
Legis. Assemb., 1875-77; chairm. of Poor Eaw Board, 1885-91 ; local 
com. Colonial and Indian Exhibition, 1886; in 1891, appointed special 
commissioner to inquire into prevalence of Yaws in West Indies 
(thanked by Sec. of State for report, which was published as a Blue- 
book) ; chairm. Roseau Town Board, 1896-98; J. P.; mem. official 
member of the Legislative Council, 1898; corresp. and hon. mem. of 
several learned societies. Author: Text-Book of Tropical Agricul- 
ture; num. contribs. on medical, botanical and agricultural subjs. 
Address: Kingsland House, Roseau, Dominica; St. Aroment, Do- 
minica, West Indies. 

NICHOLS, John Benjamin; physician; b. Cazenovia, N. Y., 1867; s. 
George C. Nichols and Ellen Farr (Ingraham) Nichols; ed. com. sch. 
Cazenovia and seminary; grad. Med. Dept. Columbian Univ., Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1891 ; m. 1891, Annie Gledhill, Oswego, Kan.; prof, 
of Normal Histology, Med. Dept., Geo. Washington Univ. ; asst. med. 
disp. Garfield Hosp., etc.; clin. asst. U. S. Soldiers' Home, D. C, 
1894-99; mem. Am. Med. Assn. and local med. and scientif. socs. 
Author: Histology and Pathology (joint), Phila., 1899; Clinical 
Laboratory Methods, N. Y., 1902; many contribs. to med. journs. 
Club: University. Residence: 133 1 N St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

NICKLES, Samuel; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1833; ed. com. sch. 
Cincinnati ; grad. Med. Coll. of Ohio, 1865 ; demons. Anat. Med. Coll. 
Ohio, 1865-9; P r °f- Chem. in same, 1869-74; prof. Mat. Med. and 
Therap., 1874-98. Residence: 1406 John St., Cincinnati, O. 

NIESWANGER, Charles Sherwood; physician: b. St. Clairsville, O., 
1849 5 s - °* Isaac and Elizabeth Nieswanger ; ed. com. sch. St. Clairs- 
ville; grad. Illinois Med. Coll.; m. 1881, Luella Hayes, Springfield, 
Mo. ; prof, of Electro-Therap., Post-grad. Med. Sch., Chicago, since 
1894, and of 111. Med. Coll. since 1896, now prof, and pres. of same; 
mem. Chicago Electro-Med. Soc. ; Roentgen Soc. of Amer. Author: 
Suggestions in Electro-Therapeutics, 1893; Electro-Therapeutical 


Practice, Chicago, 1895 ; many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 

356 E. Sixty-Second St., Chicago, 111. 
NOBLES, Newman T. B.; homeo. physician; b. Batavia, N. Y., 1872; 

ed. Univ. of Rochester, N. Y. ; grad. Cleveland Univ. of Med. and 

Surg., 1890; m. 1899, Annabelle Wilson; post-grad. Johns Hopkins, 

Harvard Med. Sch., N. Y. Post-Grad. and Polyclinic; attg.-surg. 

Cleveland City Hosp., Homeop. and Children's Hosp. ; mem. Am. Inst. 

of Homeopaths, Cleveland; North East and North West Ohio and 

State Homeop. Med. Socs. Author: A Text-book of Minor Surgery, 

Phila., 1893 ; many contribs. on surgical subjs. to med. journs. Clubs: 

Cleveland Univ., Euclid Golf, Union Church. Residence: 3176 

Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O. 
NOLTE, Louis Gustavus; physician; b. Milwaukee, Wis., 1862; s. 

Simon and Paulina Nolte (of Germany) ; ed. pub. and priv. schs. and 

Milwaukee and Concordia Coll., Fort Wayne, Ind. ; grad. Columbia 

Univ., 1886; m. 1887, Wilhelmina Widmayer, N. Y. City.; prof. 

Princ. and Prac. of Surgery, Milwaukee Med. Coll. ; surg. to Trinity 

and Johnston Emergency Hosps. ; attg.-surg. Milwaukee Co. Hosp. ; 

mem. Milwaukee Co. and Med., Barnard Med., North West. Wis. 

Med., Wis. St. Med., and Am. Geog. Socs. ; etc. ; introduced Senn's 

anastomosis bone-plates. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. 

Clubs: Deutscher, Athletic, Yacht, etc. Residence: 747 Cass St., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
NORBURY, Frank Parsons; physician; b. Beardstown, 111., 1863; .?. 

Chas. Jos. Norbury and Elizabeth Peters (Spence) Norbury; ed. 

high sch. and 111. Coll.; grad. L. I. Coll. Hosp., Brooklyn, 1888; 

post-grad. A.M., 111. Coll.; m. 1900, Mary E. Garm, Beardstown; 

res. phys. Pa. Inst, for Feeble Minded, 1888; asst. phys. 111. Cent. 

Hosp. for Insane, 1888-93 ; Med. Supt. Maplewood Sanat. since 1901 ; 

prof. men. and nerv. dis. Keokuk Med. Coll. ; ex-prof. prac. of med. 

St. Louis Coll. Phys. and Surg.; ex-lect. Psycho-Phys., 111. Coll.; 

mem. Natl., County, and local Med. Socs., ex-pres. of some; sec. sect. 

of Neurol., Am. Med. Assn.; (Hon.) State Med. Soc. Colo., Am. 

Medico-Psychol. Assn., etc. Author: contribs. on nervous and mental 

diseases to med. journs. Residence: 1018 W. State St., Jacksonville, 

NOTTER, Colonel J. Lane=; physician and surg. (retired) ; b. Carrig- 

duve, Co. Cork ; s. of late Richard Notter of Rock Island and Carrig- 

duve, Co. Cork, and Margaret Lane of Riverstown, Co. Cork; 

grad. M.A., M.D., Trinity Coll., Dublin (Fellow Commoner) ; m. 


Fannie Mclllree; entered army med. service, 1866 (first place) ; sub- 
sequently served in Canada and Malta as asst.-surg. Roy. Artillery; 
app. asst. prof, and subsequently prof, of Military Hygiene, Army 
Med. Sch. at Netley; lately on special duty at headquarters, S. A. 
field force; mem. ex-pres. of the Epidemiological Soc. of London; 
Sanitary Institute ; exam, in Hygiene, Board of Secondary Education, 
South Kensington ; exam, in Public Health at Camb. Univ., Vict. 
Univ., Manchester and Liverpool Univs., and ex-exam. Roy. Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., London ; hon. mem. of the Hungarian Soc. of Pub. 
Health ; delegate to represent the Foreign Office and War Office, and 
H.M. Plenipotentiary to sign the Convention at Venice, 1897; hon. 
assoc. of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; delegate to the following 
congresses on behalf of the War Office — Berlin, 1890; Chicago, 1893 ; 
Rome, 1894; Buda-Pesth, 1894. Author: The Theory and Practice of 
Hygiene, 2nd ed., 1900 ; Hygiene, 5th ed., 1902 ; Practical Domestic 
Hygiene, 3rd ed. ; editor, 8th ed. Parke's Manual of Practical Hy- 
giene; author of sections Air and Military Hygiene in Murphy and 
Stevenson's Treatise on Hygiene and Public Health, 1892; Hygiene 
of the Tropics in Davidson's Diseases of Warm Climates ; Enteric 
Fever in the European Army in India, its Etiology and Prevention; 
Transactions International Hygienic Congress, 1892; section Hygiene, 
Ency. Brit., Times edition, 1902 ; and various papers on Hygiene and 
Preventive Medicine in other works and periodicals. Clubs: Junior 
United Service, Royal Societies. Address: 3 Kensington Mansions, 
Earl's Court, London, Eng. 

NOURSE, Robt. Lee; physician; b. Cloverport, Ky., 1864; s. Charles 
A. Nourse and Fanny Nourse ; ed. com. sch. and acad. Columbus, 
Ky.; grad. Rush Med. Coll., 1889; post-grad. N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch. 1902; m. 1889, Marie I. Crawford, Chicago; surg. Nourse 
Hosp., Hailey, Idaho ; mem. pres. Idaho St. Med. Soc. ; ex-sec. St. 
Board Med. Exam. ; ex-pres. Southern Idaho Med. Assn. ; Am. Med. 
Assn.; St. Med. Soc, etc. Residence: Hailey, Idaho. 

NOW, F. Q.; physician; grad. Univ. Mich.; prof, of Bacteriology, 
Univ. of Mich. Address: Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

NUTTALL, George H. Falkiner; physician; b. San Francisco, Cal., 
1862; s. of late Robert Kennedy Nuttall, M.D. ; ed. in England, 
France, Switzerland, U. S. and Germany; grad. M.D. Univ. of Cal., 
1884; M.A., Ph.D. Univ. of Gottingen, 1890; M.A. {hon. causa), 
Camb. 1900; m. 1895, Fraulein Paula von Oertzen-Kittendorf ; univ. 
lect. in Bacteriol. and Preventive Med., Camb. ; exam, in Bacteriol. 


and Tropical Diseases, R.A.M.C., 1903-4 ; exam, for Diploma in Trop- 
ical Medicine and Hygiene, Camb., 1904; late assoc. in Hygiene, Johns 
Hopkins Univ., Baltimore ; late hon. asst. Hygienic Institute, Berlin ; 
mem. F.R.S., Fell, or memb. of several learned socs. Author: Blood 
Immunity and Blood Relationship, 1904; num. papers relating to 
original experimental researches in Bacteriology, Parasitology, 
Hygiene, and Physiology, in German, British, and American journs. ; 
chief editor and founder of the Journal of Hygiene, 1901. Address: 
3 Cranmer Road, Cambridge, Eng. 


O'BRIEN, Christopher Michael; physician ; L.R.C.P. ; b. Miltown, Co. 
Roscommon, Ireland, 1861 ; .?. of B. O'Brien and Kathleen M. Heva- 
han; ed. Summerhill Coll.,Athlone; grad. M.D.,Trinity Coll., Dublin; 
Middlesex Hosp., Lond.; Berlin; m. 1900, Mary Teresa, d. of D. 
Rooney, Ivy Dene, Belfast ; hon. phys. to the City Hosp. for Diseases 
of the Skin and Cancer, Dublin ; first exam, in Pathol, for the Med. 
Qualification L.A.H.I. under the newly constituted examining board, 
approved by General Medical Council; stud, at Copenhagen under 
Professor Finsen, and was the first in Ireland to introduce into hosp. 
work the Light Treatment for the cure of Lupus and Cancer ; mem. 
Fell, of the Med. Soc, Lond., and Roy. Acad, of Med., Ireland. 
Author: many contribs. on sci. med. subjs. in med. journs. Address: 
29 Merrion Square North, Dublin, Ireland. 

O'DONOVAN, Charles; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., i860; s. Charles 
and Henrietta (Jenkins) O'Donovan; ed. priv. sch. Baltimore, and 
Georgetown Coll.; grad. same, 1878; post-grad. M.D., Univ. of Md. ; 
prof. Diseases of Children, Baltimore Med. Coll.; vis. surg. to St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Bait. ; mem. A.M. A., vice-pres. Med. and Chir. Fac. 
of Md., etc. Residence: 10 E. Read St., Baltimore, Md. 

OQDEN, J. Bergen; physician; b. West Sparta, N. Y., 1868; s. Charles 
Wheeler and Sarah Eliz. Ogden; ed. com. sch. Nunda, N. Y. and 
Geneseo Normal Sch. ; grad. Harvard Med. Sch., 1893 ; m. 1895, Alice 
Llewellyn Parry, Buffalo, N. Y. ; instruc. in Chem., Harv. Med. Sch., 
1894-01, and Tufts Coll. Med. Sch., 1904; clin. pathol. Boston City 
Hosp., 1893-01 ; med. exam, to the Metrop. Life Ins. Co., N. Y. ; 
mem. Mass. Med. Soc. ; Am. Chem. Soc. ; Boston Med. Lib. Author: 
Clinical Examinations of the Urine and Urinary Diagnosis, Phila., 


1900; many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Boston City Hosp., 
Harv. Mus. Assn. Residence: 1 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

OGILVIE, George; physician; M.R.C.P. ; b. 1852; ed. Univs. of Edin- 
burgh, Paris, Wiirzburg, and Vienna; grad. B.Sc. (Edinburgh), also 
Neill-Arnott prizeman; M.D. Edinburgh, 1876; m. 1893, Helen, d. of 
Surg. Gen. John Houston; sen. phys. to the French Hosp., and the 
Hosp. for Epilepsy and Paralysis, Maida Vale. Author: contribs. to 
the med. journs. on Diseases of the Nervous System ; Typhoid Fever. 
Clubs: Reform, Caledonian. Address: 22 Welbeck St., Cavendish 
Square, London, Eng. 

OGLE, William; physician; F.R.C.P. ; b. Oxford, 1827; late supt. of 
Statistics, General Register Office, London ; formerly Fell, of Corpus 
Christi, Oxford. Author: Flowers and their Unbidden Guests 
(trans.), 1878; Aristotle on the Parts of Animals (trans.), 1882; 
Aristotle on Life, Health, etc. (trans.), 1897; author of num. papers 
on Statistics, Physiology, Botany, etc. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 
10 Gordon St., Gordon Square, London, Eng. 

OGSTON, Alex.; surgeon; M.D., CM. Aberdeen; LL.D. Glasgow; 
D.L. Co. Aberdeen ; Surg, in Ordinary to the King for Scotland ; prof, 
of Surgery, Aberdeen Univ., since 1882; served Soudan, 1885; South 
Africa, 1899-1900; hon. surg. in Scotland to the late Queen. Address: 
The University, Aberdeen; Glendavan, Dinnet, Aberdeenshire, Scot- 

OHMANN=DUMESNIL, A. H.; physician; b. Paris, France, 1857; s. 
Francis L. and Mary Celestine Ohmann-Dumesnil ; ed. priv. sch. 
Paris, and Univ. ; grad, Univs. of Paris, Oxford, Washington, Mo. 
State ; post-grad. stud, in Vienna ; m. 1904, Elizabeth Agnes Loring, 
New Orleans; prof. Dermatol, and Syphilol., Coll. Med. Pract, 1881 ; 
Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 1882; Marion-Sims Coll. Med., 1895; cons. 
Dermat. and Syphilol. St. Louis City Hosp., and many other hosps. ; 
mem. Fr. Leg. d'Hon., local, County, State and National Socs., 
ex-pres. Acad. Med., 1902; pres. of sect, for Skin Dis. and Syph., 
1st Pan-Am. Med. Cong. Author: Handbook of Dermatology, 
Phila. ; now in prep, new edition of Handbooks on Dermatology and 
Syphilology; ex-editor Weekly Med. Review; edit. Quarterly Atlas 
of Dermatology and St. Louis Med. and Surg. Journ.; many con- 
tribs. on skin dis. to world's med. press. Residence: 5 S. Broadway, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

OLIVER, Thomas; physician; b. St. Quivox, Ayrshire, 1853; s. of 
James Oliver, Ayr ; ed, Ayr Acad. ; grad. M.D., M.A., hon. LL.D., 


Glasgow Univ.; Paris; m. ist, Edith, d. of William Jenkins, Consett 
Hall ; 2nd, Emma, d. of John Woods, Benton Hall, Newcastle ; prac. 
in Preston, Lancashire, 1875-79; since 1879 a phys. in Newcastle; 
Goulstonian Lect, Roy. Coll. Phys., 1891 ; mem. of "White Lead" 
Com., Home Office, 1892-93 ; rep. of Home Office at Madrid Intern. 
Cong, on Hygiene, 1898; Med. Exp. Home Office Special Enquiry, 
Lucifer Matches and Potteries ; F.R.C.P. ; Phys., Roy. Infirm., New- 
castle; prof, of Physiology, Durham; Med. Exp. Dangerous Trades 
Com., Home Office. Author: Lead Poisoning, 1892; translator and 
editor Bouchard's Auto-intoxication, 1894; Industrial Diseases, All- 
butt's System of Medicine, vol. ii., 1897; Metallic and other forms of 
Poisoning, Gibson's System of Medicine, 1901 ; editor Dangerous 
Trades, 1902 ; articles in Encyclopaedia Medica, and papers. Clubs : 
Royal Societies. Address: 7 Ellison Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

O'REILLY, Charles; physician; b. Hamilton, Ont, Can., 1847; s - Ger- 
ald O'Reilly and Henrietta (Waters) O'Reilly; ed. com. sch., Hamil- 
ton, and M'Gill Univ.; grad. M'Gill Univ., 1867; post-grad. Trin. 
Univ., Toronto; N. Y. St. Univ., M.D., etc.; m. 1876, Sophia Eliz. 
Ralph, Dundas, Ont. ; vice-pres. Assn. Hosp. Supts. U. S. and Can. ; 
29 years med. supt. Toronto Gen. Hosp. ; late res. phys. City Hosp., 
Hamilton; late asst. surg. 13th Battalion; mem. Ont. Med. Assn.; 
Dom. Med. Assn.; Toronto Med. and Clin. Socs., etc. Clubs: 
Toronto, Roy. Can. Golf, etc. Residence: 52 College St., Toronto, 
Ont. Can. 

ORMEROD, Joseph Arderne; physician; s. of Ven. T. J. Ormerod, 
Archdeacon of Suffolk, of Sedbury Park, Gloucestershire, and Tyldes- 
ley, Lancashire, and Maria, d. of Sir Joseph Bailey, ist Bt., of Glan- 
usk Park ; ed. Rugby ; Oxford ; St. Bartholomew's Hosp., Scholar of 
C.C.C.; grad. M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P. London; m. Mary Ellen, d. of 
Edward Milner, F.L.S., of Dulwich Wood, Norwood; Fell, of Jesus 
Coll., Oxford ; formerly exam, in Med. to the Univ. of Oxf. ; Medical 
Registrar and Demons, of Morbid Anatomy to St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp. ; phys. to the City of London Chest Hosp., Victoria Park ; phys. 
to St. Bartholomew's Hosp.; phys. to the National Hosp. for the 
Paralysed and Epileptic, Queen Square. Author: articles in Clifford 
Allbutt's System of Med.; and other contribs. to med. lit. Club: 
Athenaeum. Address: 25 Upper Wimpole St., London, Eng. 
ORMSBY, Sir Lambert Hepenstal; Kt. cr. 1903; surgeon; b. One- 
hunga Lodge, Auckland, New Zealand, 1849; ■*• of George Owen 


Ormsby, C.E., Surveyor-General of the Colony of New Zealand ; ed. 
gram, sch., Auckland, N. Z. ; Roy. Sch. Dungannon ; articled appren- 
tice to the late Sir George Porter, Bt. ; grad. B.A., M.D., M.B., Dublin 
Univ. ; studied at the Meath Hosp. and Sch. of the Roy. Coll. of 
Surgs. ; m. 1874, Anastatia, d. of John Dickinson; pres. of the Roy. 
Coll. of Surg, in Ireland, 1902-3, 1903-4; late sen. demons, and surg. 
teacher, exam, in surg. R.C.S.I., and for the last two years vice-pres. ; 
mem. senate, Univ. of Dublin ; Fellow and mem. of the Council of the 
Roy. Coll. of Surg. ; sen. surg. of the Meath Hosp. and Co. Dublin 
Infirmary ; surg. to the National Children's Hosp. ; cons. surg. to the 
Drummond Military school, Chapelizod; hon. cons. surg. to the 
Dublin Branch of the Institute of Journalists; Fell, of the Roy. 
Medico-Chirurgical Soc. of London ; Fell, of the Roy. Acad, of Med., 
Ireland ; Board of Superintendence of Dublin Hosps. and Gov. of 
the Lock Government Hosp. ; formerly Surg, to the Roy. Longford 
Rifles. Author: Deformities of the Human Body; Medical History 
of the Meath Hospital and County Dublin Infirmary ; Surgical Opera- 
tion Chart; Red Cross Nursing Chart; Lectures on Surgical Emer- 
gencies ; Lectures on the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of Vari- 
cose Veins ; Lectures on the Diseases of the Rectum ; inventor of 
Ormsby's Ether Inhaler; Pile Clamp; Aseptic Glass Drainage-tube; 
New Form of Chest Bandage. Club: Constitutional. Address: 92 
Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland. 

ORR, H. Winnett; physician; b. West Newton, Pa., 1877; s. A. W. 
and Josephine (Winnett) Orr; ed. pub. sch. West Newton, Univ. of 
Neb.; grad. Univ. of Mich., 1899; m. 1904, Grace Douglas, Grinnell, 
la.; asst. to prof, of Histol. Univ. of Mich., 1897-98; stud, in Belle- 
vue Hosp., 1898; asst. supt. Neb. St. Hosp. for the Crippled; lect. 
Hist, and Lit. of Med., med. dept., Neb. Univ., since 1902 ; mem. 
A.M.A. ; Neb. St. Med. Assn. ; ex-pres. Lincoln Med. Soc. ; Co. Med. 
Soc, etc. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Western 
Med. Review since 1899. Residence: 1510 Q St., Lincoln, Neb. 

OSBORNE, Oliver Thomas; physician; b. New Haven, Conn., 1862; 
s. Oliver S. and Ellen L. Osborne; ed. Hillhouse high sch., New 
Haven; grad. Yale Med. Sch., M.D., 1884, M.A., 1889; post-grad. 
stud, in Germany; prof. Mat. Med. and Therap., Yale, since 1892; 
chairm. med. bd. Gaylord Farm Sanatorium ; mem. Conn. Acad. Arts 
and Sci. ; ex-pres. New Haven Co. Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. Am. Therap. 
Soc. ; A.M.A. ; Conn. Med. Assn. ; Am. Therap. Soc. ; Co. Med. Soc, 
etc. Author: Introduction to Materia Medica and Prescription 


Writing, 1900; article on Acromegaly in Buck's Ref. Handbook of 
Med. Sci., N. Y. ; section on Organotherapy in Cohen's System of 
Physiologic Therap., Phila. ; many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: 
Graduate. Residence: 252 York St., New Haven, Conn. 

OSLER, William; physician; b. Bond Head, Canada, 1849; s. of late 
Rev. F. L. Osier ; ed. Trinity Coll. Sch. ; Trin. Coll., Toronto ; grad. 
M.D., Toronto Univ. ; M'Gill Univ., Montreal ; Univ. Coll., London ; 
post-grad. Berlin and Vienna; m. 1892, Grace, d. of late John Revere 
of Boston, Mass.; F.R.S., F.R.C.P. ; Hon. D.Sc; Regius Professor 
of Medicine, Oxford, since 1904; D.Sc. Oxford; LL.D. M'Gill Univ., 
Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Yale, and Harvard Univs. ; D.C.L. Trin. Univ., 
Toronto ; prof, of the Inst, of Med. M'Gill Univ., 1874-84 ; prof, of 
Clinical Med. Univ. of Pa., 1884-89; Johns Hopkins Univ., 1889- 
1904 ; Goulstonian Lect., Roy. Coll. of Phys., London, 1885. Author: 
Cerebral Palsies of Children, 1889; Chorea and Choreiform Affec- 
tions, 1894 ; The Principles and Practice of Medicine, 5th ed. 1902 ; 
Lectures on Abdominal Tumors, 1895 ; On Angina Pectoris and 
Allied States, 1897; Monograph on Cancer of the Stomach, 1900. 
Clubs: Savile; Maryland; University, New York. Address: Oxford, 

OTIS, Edward Osgood; physician; b. Rye, N. H., 1848; s. Rev. Israel 
T. and Olive Morgan (Osgood) Otis; ed. Phillips Exeter Acad., 
Harvard Coll.; grad. Harvard Med. Sch., 1877; m. 1894, Marian 
Faxon ; prof, of Pulmonary Diseases, and Climatol., Tufts Coll. Med. 
Sch. ; mem. pres. Boston Assn. for Relief and Control of Tuberculosis ; 
ex-pres. Am. Pub. Health Assn. ; Am. Climatol. Assn. Author: 
many contribs. on climate and tuberculosis to med. journs. Clubs: 
University, 20th Century, Boston. Residence: 381 Beacon St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

OTT, Isaac; physician; b. Northampton Co., Pa., 1847; s. Jacob and 
Sarah A. Ott ; ed. pub. sch. Williamsburg, Pa., Lafayette Coll. ; grad. 
Univ. of Pa., 1869; post-grad. A.M., Lafayette Coll.; m. 1886, Kath- 
erine Kennedy Wyckoff, Belvidere, N. J. ; prof. Physiol. Medico-Chir. 
Coll. of Phila. ; cons. Neurol, to Norristown Asyl. ; ex-fellow in Biol. 
Johns Hopkins; ex-dean Med.-Chir. Coll. of Phila.; mem. Phila. 
Neurol. Soc. ; Am. Physiol. Soc. ; ex-pres. Am. Neurol. Assn. Author: 
Action of Medicine, 1878; Antipyretics, Easton, Pa., 1884; Text-book 
of Physiology, Phila., 1904; var. contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: 
Phila. Med. Residence: Easton, Pa. 

OWEN, Sir Isambard; Kt. cr. 1902; physician; b. Bellevue House, 


near Chepstow, 1850; s. of the late William George Owen, Chief 
Engineer of the Great Western Railway; ed. King's Sch., Gloucester; 
Rossall ; grad. M.D., M.A., Downing Coll., Camb. ; St. George's Hosp. ; 
unmarried; phys. to and lect. in Med. at St. George's Hosp. ; late vice- 
pres. of the Med. Soc. of London ; sen. dep. Chancellor of the Univ. 
of Wales since 1895; late vice-pres. of Univ. Coll., Bangor; mem. of 
Council of Univ. Coll., Cardiff; gov. of Univ. Coll., Aberystwyth; 
mem. of the Central Welsh Board ; exam, in Med. Univ. of London 
and the Roy. Army Med. Corps ; late exam, in Med. to the Univ. of 
Camb. and the Roy. Coll. of Phys. of London ; late pres. of the 
Teachers' Guild of G. Brit, and Ireland, 1898-99; V.-Dean of the 
Fac. of Med. of the Univ. of London, 1901-4; prin. of the Durham 
Coll. of Sci., Newcastle, since 1904. Author: various papers on educa- 
tion in Wales and on professional subjects. Clubs: Savile, Arts. 
Address: 40 Curzon St., Mayfair, London, Eng. 

PACKARD, Francis R.; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1870; s. John H. P. 
Packard, M.D., and Elizabeth (Wood) Packard; ed. Rugby Acad.; 
grad. Univ. of Pa., 1892; m. C. B. Curwen, 1899, Phila.; 1st Lt. and 
asst. surg. 2nd Pa. Vol. Inf., 1898 ; mem. Am. Otol. Soc. ; Am. Laryng. 
Assn. ; Coll. Phys. of Phila. ; Pathol. Soc. of Phila. ; Phila. Co. Med. 
Soc. ; Phila. Pediatr. Soc, etc. Author: History of Medicine in U. 
S., Phila., 1 901 ; valuable contribs. to med. journs. ; editor American 
Journal of Medical Sciences, Phila. Clubs: University, Franklin, 
Markham. Residence: 311 S. 22nd St., Phila., Pa. 

PAGE, Frederick; surgeon; F.R.C.S.; s. of Frederick Page, M.D., 
F.R.C.S. ; ed. M.D., Edinburgh Univ. ; Colonial Hosp., Perth, West- 
ern Australia; m. 1876, Margaret, d. of late John Graham; prof, of 
Surg. Durham Univ. ; Registrar, Univ. Durham Coll. of Med., New- 
castle-on-Tyne ; rep. Coll. of Med. in the Coll. of Sci., Newcastle; cons, 
surg. Roy. Infirmary, Fleming Memorial Hosp., Northumberland 
and Durham Eye Infirmary, Newcastle ; The Knight Memorial Hosp., 
Blyth ; late house phys. Roy. Infirmary, Edin. ; sen. house surg., 
asst. surg. and surg. Roy. Infirmary, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; surg. Flem- 
ing Memorial Hosp. for Sick Children, Newcastle; med. referee, 
Workmen's Compensation Act ; Eistern exam. Clin. Surg. Edinburgh 
Univ., etc. Author: Surgery of the Thyroid Gland ; Results of Major 


Amputations treated Antiseptically in the Newcastle Infirmary, 1878- 
98; Excision of Varicose Aneurism of the Femoral Artery; Twelve 
Successful Cases of Ligature of Femoral Artery for Popliteal Aneur- 
ism, etc. Address: 1 Saville Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Eng. 

PALMER, Chauncey D.; physician; b. Zanesville, O., 1839, s. Micah 
and Harriet (Sherman) Palmer; ed. com. sch. Cincinnati, O. ; grad. 
Med. Coll., O., 1863 ; m. 1868, M. Adelaide White, Cincinnati, O. ; 
prof. Obstet. and Gynec, Med. Coll. O., since 1869 ; clin. prof. Obstet. 
and Gynec. for 22 years ; cons. prof, of same, City, Presby., and Ger- 
man Deaconess Hosps., Cincinnati ; mem. Cin. Obstet. Soc. and Acad. 
Med.; O. St. Med. Soc.; Am. Gynecol. Soc. Author: (joint) Am. 
System of Gynecology, Phila., 1885 ; Jewett's System of Obstetrics, 
N. Y., 1902; Amer. Textbook of Obstet., Phila., 1903; Keating and 
Co.'s Gynecology, N. Y., 1895, and others; many contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: Avondale, Forest Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

PALMER, George Henry; homeop. physician and surgeon ; b. London, 
Ont, Can., 1844; s. Henry Palmer and Jane (McAvoy) Palmer; ed. 
union sch. Lond., Ont. ; grad. N. Y. Homeop. Med. Coll., 1865 ; m. 
1868, Susan C. St. Clair, St. Clair, Mich. ; emer. prof, of Surg, and 
ex-pres. of Hahnemann Med. Coll. of the Pacific; mem. Am. Inst. 
Homeop., San Francisco; City and Co. Homeo. Med. Socs. Clubs: 
Meissen, Union League. Residence: 2446 Jackson St., San Francisco, 

PARK, Roswell; surgeon; b. Pomfret, Conn., 1852; .?. Rev. Roswell 
Park and Mary (Baldwin) Park; grad. Racine Coll., A.B., 1872; 
A.M., 1875; M.D., Chic. Med. Coll., 1876; hon. M.D., Rush Med. 
Coll., 1892; hon. A.M., Harvard, 1898; LL.D., Yale, 1902; m. 1880, 
Martha P. Durkee, Chicago, 111. ; instr. Anat. Woman's Med. Coll., 
Chic, 1877-79; adjunct prof. Anat. Med. Dept., Northwestern Univ., 
1879-82; lect. on Surg. Rush Med. Coll., Chic, 1882; since 1883, prof. 
Surg., Med. Dept. Univ. of Buffalo, and surg. to Buffalo Gen. Hosp. ; 
mem. German Surg. Assn. ; Italian Surg. Soc. ; ex-pres. Am. Surg. 
Assn. ; Am. Orthop. Assn. ; Am. Genito Urin. Assn. ; ex-pres. Med. 
Soc. State N. Y., etc. ; one of the attending phys. of President Mc- 
Kinley after his assassination, 1901. Author: Lectures on Surg. 
Pathology, 1891 ; Surgery, (editor and chief contributor) 1896; Epit- 
ome of the History of Medicine, 1894; and over one hundred mono- 
graphs, essays, encyclopaedia articles, etc. Clubs: Buffalo, Saturn, 
Yacht, Park, University, pres. Buffalo Liberal Club, 1904-06; Univ. 
Club, New York City. Residence: 510 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 


PARK, William H.; physician; grad. A.B., M.D. ; director of the Re- 
search Laboratory, Health Department, New York City; prof, of 
Bacteriology and Hygiene, New York Univ. Med. Dept. Address: 
315 W. 76th St., New York City. 

PARKER, Edward Frost; physician; b. Charleston, S. C, 1867; s. 
Francis Le Jau and Elizabeth (Frost) Parker; ed. high sch. Charles- 
ton, and Univ. of Va. ; grad. Va. Med. Coll. 1889; clin. prof, of Dis. 
of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Med. Coll. St. of S. C. ; specialist 
in same; mem. A.M.A. and others. Author: History of Surgery in 
S. C, 1893. Residence: 70 Hasell St., Charleston, S. C. 

PARKES, Louis C; physician; M.D. ; Lecturer on Public Health, St. 
George's Hospital, London; Consulting Sanitary Adviser to H.M.'s 
Board of Works since 1903. Address: 61 Cadogan Square, London, 

PARSONS, Ralph Lyman; physician; b. Prattsburg, N. Y., 1838; s. 
Simeon Lewis Parsons and Katherine (Beamer) Parsons; ed. com. 
sch. Prattsburg, Franklin Acad. ; grad. Amherst Coll., 1853 ; post- 
grad. N. Y. Med. Coll., 1857; Assoc. Phys. N. Y. City; m. 1864, 
Helen Loretta Wait, N. Y. City; med. supt. King's Co., and N. Y. 
City Hosps. for Insane, 1865-78; Home for Nerv. Invalids, from 
1880; mem. Am. Psych. Assn.; Am. Neurol. Assn.; N. Y. Neurol. 
Soc. ; N. Y. Acad. Med., etc. Author: many valuable contribs. on 
Psychiatry, Insanity, and allied subjs. to med. journs. Residence: 
Ossining, N. Y. 

PASTEUR, William; physician; ed. University College, London; grad. 
M.D., M.B., Vienna ; mem. Roy. Coll. Phys. ; Roy. Coll. Surgs. ; cons, 
phys. N. E. Hosp. for Children; phys. Middlesex Hosp; late House 
phys. Univ. Coll. Hosp. Address: 4 Chandos St., London, Eng. 

PATON, Diarmid Noel; physician; b. Edinburgh, 1859; .?. of late Sir 
J. Noel Paton, R.S.A. ; ed. Edinburgh Acad.; grad. M.D., B.Sc, 
Edin. Univ. ; post-grad. Vienna, Paris ; Baxter Schol. in Nat. Sci., 
1882; Biolog. Fell, of Edin. Univ., 1884; mem. F.R.C.P. Edin.; phys- 
iologist; supt. of Research Laboratory of Roy. Coll. of Phys. Edin., 
1889; lect. on Physiol., Sch. of Med. of Roy. Coll., Edin., 1886; ex- 
mem, of the Roy. Com. on Salmon Fisheries, 1900. Author: large 
num. papers on physiological and fishery subjs. Club: University, 
Edinburgh. Address: 22 Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

PATTON, Jacob Allen; physician; b. Charleston, 111., 1866; s. Wm. 
R. and Hannah Margaret (Decker) Patton; ed. pub. and high schs., 
Charleston, 111.; grad. Univ. of 111., 1888; post-grad. Rush Med. 


Coll., 1890; w. 1890, Katharine Woodward Parr; demons, mat. med. 
and chem., 1894; asst. prof., 1897; instruc. Genito-Urin. Surgery, 
Rush Med. Coll., 1901 ; same, Chicago Policl., 1900; mem. A.M.A. ; 
111. St. Med. Soc. ; Chic. Med. Soc. ; Am. Urol. Assn. ; Chic. Urol. 
Assn. ; Chic. Med. Exam. Assn., etc. Author: Syllabus of Laboratory 
Work in Mat. Med. and Therap., Chic, 1897. Residence: 1963 Ken- 
more Ave., Chicago, 111. 

PAVY, Frederick W.; physician; b. Wiltshire, 1829; ed. Merchant 
Taylors' School; grad. M.D., LL.D. ; m. 1854; pres. of Assn. for 
Adv. of Med. by Research, and of National Committee for G. Brit, 
and Ireland of Intern. Med. Cong. ; ex-pres. of the Roy. Med. and 
Chir. and of the Pathol. Socs. ; Gulstonian Lecturer, 1862 and 1863 ; 
Croonian Lecturer, 1878 and 1894, Harveian Orator, 1886, and Baly 
Gold Medallist, 1901, at Roy. Coll. of Phys., London; cons. phys. 
to, and ex-lect. on Physiology, on Comparative Anatomy and Zoology, 
and on Medicine, at Guy's Hosp., London; mem. F.R.S. Author: 
On the Nature and Treatment of Diabetes, 2nd ed. 1869 ; A Treatise 
on the Function of Digestion, its Disorders and their Treatment, 2nd 
ed. 1869; A Treatise on Food and Dietetics, 2nd ed. 1875 ; Physiology 
of the Carbohydrates, 1896. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 35 Gros- 
venor St., London, Eng. 

PEABODY, James Henry; physician and surgeon; b. Washington, D. 
C, 1833; .?. Capt. John and Amelia H. (Cathcart) Peabody; ed. priv. 
sch. and tut. in Washington; grad. Univ. of Georgetown, D. C, 
i860; post-grad. Bellevue Med. and N. Y. Post-grad. Coll.; m. 1st, 
1859, Mary Virginia Dent, (died 1865) ; 2nd, Jennie Yates, Omaha, 
1867; surg. U. S. Vols. 1862; prof. Mil. Surgery, Creighton Coll., 
1892; ex-med. director (army) ; mem. ex-pres. Neb. Med. Assn., and 
Omaha and Douglas Co. Med. Socs. ; A.M.A. ; Pioneers of Neb., etc., 
etc. Author: many valuable contribs. to med. literature. Residence: 
2238 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. 

PEARSON, Charles Yelverton; surgeon; b. Kilworth, Co. Cork, 1857; 
j. of William W. Pearson, M.D. ; ed. at the Model and Messrs. Per- 
rot's Schools, Cork; grad. Queen's Coll., Cork, M.D. with 1st hon- 
ors and gold medal in the Queen's Univ., 1878; m. 1881, Christiana 
Dorothea, d. of Dr. Tuckey of Bantry, Co. Cork; sen. demons, of 
Anat. in Queen's Coll., 1878; prof, of Mat. Med., 1884; surg. to the 
North Charitable Infirmary, and Co. and City of Cork Victoria Hosp. 
for Women and Child. ; exam, for med. deg. in the Roy. Univ. of 
Ireland; mem. M.Ch., F.R.C.S., Eng., (hon.) ; life hon. Austin Flint 


Med. Assn., Iowa, U. S. A., 1900; Surg. Fell, of the Roy. Univ. of 
Ireland, 1903, and other important positions ; prof, of surg., Queen's 
Coll., Cork, since 1900. Author: num. contribs. to med. and surg. 
lit. Address: 1 Sidney Place, Cork, Ireland. 

PENROSE, Francis George; physician; b. 1857; s. of late Francis 
Cranmer Penrose, F.R.S. ; ed. Repton Sch. ; grad. M.D. Univ. Coll., 
London; m. 1894, Mary Helen Walters; formerly House Phys. and 
House Surg., Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; appointed Med. Registrar at the 
Hosp. for Sick Children, Great Ormond St., London, Eng. ; asst. 
phys. same, 1891 ; elected Curator of the Museum at St. George's 
Hosp. 1888; asst. phys., 1889; phys. to St. George's Hosp. and to the 
Hosp. for Sick Children, Great Ormond St., W. C. ; mem. F.R.C.P., 
F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 84 Wimpole St., 
Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

PEPPER, Augustus Joseph; surgeon ; surg., London Fever Hosp. and 
St. Mary's Hosp. and joint lect. on Surg, at the Hosp. Sch. Author: 
Surgical Pathology, 4th ed. 1894, etc. Address: 13 Wimpole St., 
London, Eng. 

PERSHING, Howell T.; physician; b. Johnstown, Pa., 1858; s. Cyrus 
L. and Mary (Royer) Pershing; ed. com. sch. Johnstown, and Lafay- 
ette Coll. ; grad. Univ. of Pa., 1883 ; post-grad. prof. Nervous and 
Mental Dis., Univ. of Denver; m. 1884, Anna M. Smith, Lawrence- 
ville, N. J. ; mem. Am. Neurol. Assn. ; A.M.A. ; Am. Assn. for Adv. 
of Sci. ; Colo. St. Med. Soc, etc. Author: Disorders of Speech (part 
of Twentieth Century Prac. of Med.), N. Y., 1897; The Diagnosis 
of Nervous and Mental Diseases, Phila., 1901 ; num. contribs. to 
med. journs. Club: University. Residence: 1169 Race St., Denver, 

PETERSDORF, Gustave A.; physician; b. N. Judson, Ind., 1876; ed. 
com. sch., Knightstown, Ind.; grad. Purdue Coll., Ind., 1896; m. 
1901, Golda A. Hunter, Memphis, Tenn. ; prof. Gen. Chem., Ind. 
Med. Coll. ; mem. State, Co. and Nat. Med. Assns. Club: Marion. 
Residence: 508 Parkway Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

PETERSON, Frederick; physician; b. Faribault, Minn., 1859; s. John 
F. and Hilma (Lindholme) Peterson; ed. pub. sch. and priv. tut., 
Buffalo, N. Y. ; grad. Univ. of Buffalo, 1879; post-grad. Ph.D., 
Niagara Univ. ; m. 1895, Antoinette Rotan, Waco, Tex. ; prof. Neu- 
rol, and Psychiatry, Columbia Univ. ; mem. ex-pres. N. Y. St. Comm. 
in Lunacy ; ex-pres. N. Y. Neurol. Soc. ; ex-pres. Bd. of Manrs. 
Craig's Coll. for Epileptics ; N. Y. Acad. Med. ; A.M.A. ; Am. Neurol. 


Assn. Author: Church and Peterson's Nervous and Mental Dis- 
eases, Phila., 1905; (joint) American System of Legal Medicine and 
Toxicology, Phila., 1903 ; edit. VonHoffman's Atlas of Legal Medi- 
cine, Phila., 1899. Clubs: Century, Lotos, Barnard, N. Y. Athletic, 
etc. Residence: 4 W. Fiftieth St., N. Y. City. 
PETTIGREW, James Bell; physician; F.R.S. ; F.R.C.P.; b. Roxhill, 
Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1834; ed. Airdrie Acad.; grad. M.A., Glas- 
gow Univ. ; M.D., LL.D., Edinburgh Univ. ; m. Elsie, d. of Sir Wil- 
liam Gray of Greatham, Durham, 1890; Croonian Lect. to Roy. Soc, 
and pres. of Roy. Med. Soc, i860; asst. curator Hunterian Museum, 
London, 1862-68; curator of museum of Roy. Coll. of Surgs., Edin., 
1869; lect. on Physiology, Roy. Coll. of Surgs., 1873 \ exam, in Physi- 
ology to the Roy. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. of Edin. ; Godard Prize 
of French Acad, of Sci., 1874 ; Chandos Chair of Med. and Anat., 
1875; exam, in Anat. Univ. of Glasgow, 1883-87; Laureate of the 
Institute of France; Chandos prof, of Med. and Anat. Univ. of St. 
Andrews, N. B., since 1875. Author: many valuable contribs to med. 
journs. Address: The Swallowgate, St. Andrews, Scotland. 

PHELAN, Joseph R.; physician; b. Hannibal, Mo., 1872; s. Owen 
Phelan and Mary Phelan; ed. com. schs. Ralls Co., Mo., St. Fran- 
cis Coll., 111. ; grad. Barnes Med. Coll., St. Louis ; post-grad., Chicago 
Policl., 111. Sch. Elec.-Therap., etc.; m. 1900, Camilla Nixdorf, St. 
Elizabeth, Mo.; mem. Co., Distr., State, and S.-W. Tri-St. Med. 
Socs. Author: editor Oklahoma Med. News Jonrn.; many contribs 
to med. journs. Residence: 320 W. Fourth St., Oklahoma City, Ok. 

PHILIP, Robert William; physician; b. 1857; s. of Rev. George 
Philip, D.D. ; ed. high sch. Edinburgh ; grad. M.D., M.A., Univ. of 
Edinburgh; post-grad, work, Leipzig, Berlin, and Vienna; m. 1888, 
Elizabeth, d. of late John Fenton Motherwell, Co. Sligo ; aided in es- 
tablishment of Victoria Dispensary and Hosp. for Consumption, 
Edinburgh; lect. on Prac. of Med. and Dis. of the Chest, Sch. of 
Med. of the Roy. Coll. since 1889; sen. phys. to the Victoria Hosp. 
for Consumption since 1887, and sen. asst. phys. to the Roy. Infir- 
mary, Edin. ; hon. sec. and exam, in Med., Roy. Coll of Phys., Edin. ; 
exam, in Clin. Med., Univ. Edin.; mem. F.R.C.P., F.R.S., Edin. 
Author: num. contribs., especially on etiology and treatment of tuber- 
culosis, to med. journs. Clubs: Royal Societies, University, Scottish 
Arts, Edinburgh. Address: 45 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Scot- 

PHILIPSON, Sir George Hare; Kt, cr. 1900; physician; b. New- 


castle, 1836; s. of late George Hare Philipson; ed. Univ. Coll., Lond. ; 
Caius Coll., Camb. (Mecklenberg Scholar) ; grad. M.A., M.D., D.C. 
L., LL.D. ; Thurston Speaker, Caius Coll., Camb. 1867; Bradshaw 
Lect. Roy. Coll. of Phys., Lond., 1884; pres. Brit. Med. Assn., 1893; 
pres. Univ. of Durham Coll. of Med., Newcastle; prof, of Med. 
Univ. of Durham, since 1876; pres. of and cons. phys. to New- 
castle Roy. Infirmary; Gen. Med. Council; cor. Roy. Coll. of Phys., 
Lond., 1901-2-3; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: Pathological Relations 
of the Absorbent System; Investigation of the Prevalent Diseases 
of the District by a System of Registration ; Health and Meteorology 
of Newcastle and Gateshead. Clubs: Royal Societies; Durham 
County. Address: 7 Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Eng. 

PHILLIPS, John; physician; b. 1855; s. of late L. Phillips of Wen- 
dover Dean, Bucks, and Ann Ayres of Barford; ed. Bedford; grad. 
M.A., M.D., St. John's Coll., Camb. ; m. 1890, Rachel Rattray, d. of 
late Robert Tweedie Middleton, M.P. and D.L. of Hillfoot, Kilpat- 
rick, N. B. ; mem. F.R.C.P., Lond. ; Fell. King's Coll. ; cbstet. phys. 
King's Coll. Hosp. ; lect. on Pract. Obstet. in King's Coll. Author: 
papers in obstet. med. and gynecology; Outlines of Diseases of 
Women (3rd ed.). Club: Arts. Address: 68 Brook St., Grosvenor 
Square, London, Eng. 

PHILLIPS, Sidney; physician; ed. Univ. Coll. Sch. and Hosp.; grad. 
M.D., Lond. ; phys. to and lect. on Med., St. Mary's Hosp. ; sen. 
phys. to the London Fever Hosp. ; phys. to the Lock Hosp. ; cons, 
phys. Paddington Green Children's Hosp. ; exam, in Med. to the Roy. 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. ; late exam. Univ. of London; mem. F.R. 
C.P. Author: Typhoid Fever, Cyclopaedia of Medicine; num. papers 
to med. journs. and transactions of Med. Socs. on Fevers, Diseases 
of Heart and Circulation and Digestion. Clubs: Savile, Queen's. 
Address: 3 Upper Brook St., London, Eng. 

PHILLIPS, William Alvah; homeo. physician; b. Ohio, 1840; ed. 
com. sch. Elyria, O., and Berea, O. ; grad. Homeo. Med. Coll. of 
Mo., 1866; post-grad. Univ. of Mo., M.D. ; m. Maria E. Nicker- 
son; ex-dean and prof. Ophthalm. and Otol., Cleveland Homeo. 
Med. Coll. ; mem. Am. Inst. ; ex-pres. State Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. 
Am. Ophthal., Otol. and Laryng. Soc.; (hon.) Horn. Med. Soc. 
of Pa. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1180 
Wilson Ave., Cleveland, O. 

PIFFARD, Henry G.; physician; b. Piffard, N. Y., 1842; s. David 
Piffard and Ann (Haight) Piffard; ed. priv. sch., Ossining, N. Y. ; 


grad. N. Y. Univ., 1872 ; post-grad. M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. 
Y., 1864; A.M., 1865 ; LL.D., 1899; m. 1868, Helen H. Strong, N. Y. 
City. Author: A Guide in Urinary Analyses, N. Y., 1873; Elemen- 
tary Treatise on Diseases of the Skin, N. Y., 1876; Cutaneous Memo- 
randa, N. Y., 1877; Materia Medica and Therapeutics of the Skin, 
N. Y., 1881 ; Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin, N. Y., 
1 89 1. Residence: 256 W. 57th St., N. Y. City. 

PILCHER, James Evelyn; physician; b. Adrian, Mich., 1857; j. Elijah 
Holmes Pilcher, M.D., LL.D., and Phebe Maria (Fiske) Pilcher; ed. 
pub. schs. of Michigan ; Detroit high sch. ; grad. Univ. of Mich., 
1879; post-grad. M.D., L. I. Coll. Hosp.; A.M. and Ph.D., 111. Wes. 
Univ., 1887; L.H.D., Allegheny Coll. 1902; m. 1883, Mina Adela 
Parker, Brooklyn; med. sup. off. Span.-Amer. War; prof, of Milit. 
Surg., O. Med. Univ.; mil. hyg., Starling Med. Coll., 1896-7; mil. 
surg., Creighton Med. Coll., 1898; anat. and embryol., Dickinson 
Coll., 1899; med. jurisp., 1900; mem. Assn. Mil. Surgs. U. S.; Am. 
Med. Assn.; Am. Acad. Med., Rail. Surgs.; Am. Med. Ed. Assn.; 
State and County Med. Socs., etc. Author: First Aid in Illness and 
Injury, N. Y., 1892; the Columbus Book of Military Surgeons, Car- 
lisle, Pa., 1897; The Seal and Arms of Pa., (State Govt.), 1902; The 
Surgeon-Generals of the Army, Carlisle, Pa., 1905, etc. ; ex-editor of 
many surgical journs. ; pres. editor Journal of the Association of Mil. 
Surgs. of U. S.; many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Sons of Am. 
Rev., Mil. Serv. Inst, of the U. S., Soc. For. Wars., etc. Residence: 
Carlisle, Pa. 

PILGRIM, Charles Wingfield; physician; b. Turners, N. Y., 1855 ; ^. 
Roe C. Pilgrim and Frances (Wilkes) Pilgrim; ed. pub. schs. of 
Jersey City and priv. tut.; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1881 ; 
post-grad, work in Munich, Vienna, etc. ; m. 1889, Florence M. Mid- 
dleton, Utica, N. Y. ; phys. Munich Fr. Klin., 1885 ; supt. Willard and 
Hudson River St. Hosps., since 1893 ; mem. Am. Medico- Psychol. 
Assn. ; N. Y. Acad. Med. ; N. Y. St. Soc, etc. Author: many contribs. 
on insanity, etc., to med. journs. ; assoc. ed. Am. Joum. of Insanity. 
Residence: Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

PISEK, Godfrey Roger; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1873; s. Anthony 
and Barbara Pisek ; ed. Coll. Sch., and N. Y. Univ. ; grad. Med. Dept. 
N. Y. Univ., 1897; m. 1900, Rosalie Scranton Paul, Lake Hoptacong, 
N. J. ; prof, of Dis. of Children, Univ. of Vt. ; adj. prof, same, N. Y. 
Post-grad. Med. Sch. ; mem. Co. Med. Soc, etc. Author: many 
contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 230 E. 72nd St., N. Y. City. 


PITT, George Newton; physician; b. London, 1853; s. of George Pitt, 
Sutton, Surrey; ed. Christ's Coll., Finchley; grad. M.A., M.D., B.C., 
Clare Coll. Camb.; 10th Wrangler Math. Tripos, 1876; Fellow, 1880- 
86; Guy's Hosp. ; post-grad. Vienna, etc.; m. Jane Elizabeth Heriot; 
phys. to Guy's Hosp. and lect. on Pathol. ; Gulstonian lect. Roy. Coll. 
of Phys. 1890; exam, in Med., Victoria Univ., 1901-4; Durham Univ. 
1903; Conjoint Board, England; mem. F.R.C.P., Lond. Author: 
var. papers in med. journs. Club: Arts. Address: 15 Portland Place, 
London, Eng. 

PLATT, Charles; homeo. physician; b. Montclair, N. J., 1869; s. Jesse 
and Amelia Adelaide Piatt ; ed. com. sch., Montclair, Johns Hopkins 
Univ., Univ. of Edinburgh; grad. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila. ; 
m. 1891, Moira T. O'Hare; prof. Chem. and Tox., Hahnemann Med. 
Coll. ; mem. Chem. Soc. of Lond., Eng. ; Societe Chimique, Paris ; 
Am. Chem. ; Fellow Soc. Biol. Chem., Lond. ; Med. Jurisp. Soc. 
Author: A Manual of Qualitative Analysis and Clinical Medical 
Chemistry, Phila., 1895; num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 
3612 Baring St., Phila., Pa. 

PLEASANTS, J. Ha!!; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1873; j. Richard 
H. and Elizabeth M. Poultney Pleasants ; ed. priv. schs. and tut. and 
Johns Hopkins Univ.; grad. latter, 1895; m. 1902, Delia Tudor 
Wilmer, Baltimore ; instruc. in Med., Johns Hopkins ; assoc. prof, of 
med., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Baltimore ; mem. A.M.A. ; Am. Acad. 
Med. and Chir. Soc. of Md. ; var. local med. socs. Author: many con- 
tribs. to med. journs. Residence: 16 W. Chase St., Baltimore, Md. 

POLAK, John Osborn; physician; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1870; s. Carl 
T. and Mary E. (Osborn) Polak; ed. high sch., Plainfield, and 
Rutgers Coll.; grad. L. I. Coll. Hosp., 1890; Med. Dept. Univ. of 
Vt, 1891; post-grad. M.S., Rutgers, 1899; m. 1895, Bertha L. Pit- 
kin, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; prof. Obstet., N. Y. Post-grad. Med. Sch., 
1900; Dartmouth Med. Coll., 1904; asst. prof, and asst. phys., Obstet. 
and Gynec, L. I. Coll. Hosp., 1900 ; mem. A.M.A. ; Kings Co. Med. 
Soc, etc. Author: (joint) Keating and Co.'s Gynecology, N. Y., 
1893, and Jewett's Obstetrics, Phila., 1903 ; num. contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: 287 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

POLLARD, Bilton; surgeon; /;. Rastrick, Yorkshire, 1855; s. of Tem- 
pest Pollard, M.R.C.S., and Sarah Bilton; ed. Epsom College; grad. 
M.D., B.S., Univ. Coll., Lond.; 1st Class Honors in Intermediate 
and Final M.B. Lond. ; entered Univ. Coll., 1874; surg. to Univ. Coll. 
Hosp. ; cons. surg. to North Eastern Hosp. for Children ; teacher of 


Oper. Surg, in Univ. Coll., Lond. ; surg. North Eastern Hosp. for 
Children, 1885-97; asst. surg. Univ. Coll. Hosp., 1887; surg., 1894; 
exam, in surg., Victoria Univ., 1897-99; Oxford Univ., 1903. Author: 
var. papers on surg. subjs. in transactions of med. and surg. socs. and 
in med. journs. Address: 24 Harley St., London, Eng. 

POLLOCK, James Edward; physician ; grad. M.D., King's Coll., Aber- 
deen, 1850; phys. extraord. to the Queen, 1899; cons. phys. to 
Brompton Hosp. for Consumption ; vice-pres. of the Medico-Chir. 
and Pathol. Soc. ; Fellow of the Accademia dei Quiriti, Rome ; mem. 
F.R.C.P., 1864; pro-pres. and sen. Censor, R.C.P., 1893; director of 
the Arica and Tacna Railway Co. Author: Elements of Prognosis in 
Consumption, 1865; Medical Handbook of Life Assurance. Club: 
Reform. Address: 37 Collingham Place, S. W., London, Eng. 

POLLOCK, William John; eclectic physician; b. Hebron, Wis., 1871 ; 
s. Wm. J. and Jane Pollock; ed. com. sch., Wis., and St. Normal 
Sch., Whitewater ; grad. Bennett Coll. ; m. 1903, Mittie Van Voorhis, 
Fairdale, 111. ; prof, obstet. Bennett Coll. ; att. phys. Bennett Hosp. ; 
mem. 111. St. Eel. Med. Soc. ; Nat. Eel. Med. Assn. Author: con- 
tribs. to med. journs. Residence: 748 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111. 

POORE, George Vivian; physician; b. Andover, 1843; s. of Com- 
mander John Poore, R.N.; ed. Roy. Naval Sch., New Cross; grad. 
M.D., Univ. Coll., London ; surg. to "Great Eastern" steamship while 
laying Atlantic cable, 1866; med. att. to late Prince Leopold, Duke of 
Albany, 1870-71 ; and Prince of Wales, 1872; received Dannebrog for 
prof, services to the Princess Thyra, Duchess of Cumberland, 1872 ; 
late phys. Univ. Coll. Hosp., 1876; sec. Gen. San. Cong., 1891, etc.; 
emer. prof, of med. and clin. med., Univ. Coll., London. Author: 
Essays on Rural Hygiene, 1893, 3rd ed. 1903 ; a Treatise on Medical 
Jurisprudence (2nd edit. 1902) ; several works and papers on strictly 
professional subjects. Club: Athenaeum. Address: Portland House, 
Andover, Eng. 

PORTER, William Henry; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1853; s. Fred- 
erick Edward and Elizabeth Bradley (Aitken) Porter; ed. pub. sch. 
Conn., and Monson Acad., Mass., Williston Sem., Easthampton, 
Mass.; grad. Columbia Univ., 1877; m. 1880, Margaret Josephine 
Carroll, of Md. ; ex-asst. pathol. Presbyt. Hosp. ; ex-prof. surg. pathol. 
and surgery at Bellevue Hosp. ; Columbia Vet. Coll. ; prof. path, and 
gen. med. at N. Y. Post-grad. Med. Sch. ; att. phys. at same hosp. ; 
mem. N. Y. Pathol, and N. Y. Neurol. Socs. ; N. Y. Acad. Med. ; N. 
Y. Co. Med. Soc; N. Y. Medico- Surg. Soc; many state and county 


med. socs. Author: many valuable contribs. to med. journs. ; ex- 
editor Medico-Surgical Bulletin, N. Y. City. Residence: 1674 Broad- 
way, N. Y. City. 

POSEY, William Campbell; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1866; s. David 
R. and Emily Jewell (Campbell) Posey; ed. Episc. acad., Phila.; 
grad. Univ. of Pa., B.A., 1886, M.D., 1889; post-grad, stud, in Eng., 
France and Germany; unm.; specialist in diseases of the eye; prof, 
ophthal., Phila. Polycl. ; ophthal. surg. to Children's Hosp., etc. ; 
mem. Coll. Phys. of Phila.; Am. Ophthalm. Soc. Author: (with 
Dr. Jonathan Wright) Textbook of Diseases of the Eye, Nose and 
Throat, Phila., 1903 ; ed. 6th Am. edition Nettleships Dis. of the Eye, 
Phila., 1900; (with Dr. Wm. G. Spiller) The Eye and Nervous Sys- 
tem, Phila., 1904. Clubs: Sons of the Rev., University, Union 
League. Residence: 1835 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 

POTTER, Samuel Otway Lewis; physician; b. Cushendun, Ireland, 
1846; s. Rev. Samuel George Potter, D.D. and Elizabeth (Magill) 
Potter; ed. priv. tut.; grad. Homeop. Med. Coll. of Mo., and Jeffer- 
son Med. Coll., Phila., 1882; post-grad. A.M., Univ. of Chicago, 
1880; m. 1878, Sarah K. Evans Payne, Milwaukee, Wis.; prof, princ. 
and prac. med., Cooper Med. Coll., San Fran., 1886-93 ; U. S. En- 
gineer Dept., 1870-82; asst. surg. U. S. Vols., 1898-1902; mem. 
R.C.P., Lond., Eng. Author: Index of Comparative Therapeutics, 
1880; Speech and its Defects, Phila., 1882; Quiz-Compend of An- 
atomy, Phila., 1882; Q.-Comp. of Materia Medica, Phila., 1882; 
Mat. Med., Pharm. and Therapeutics, Phila., 1886; many contribs. 
to med. journs. Residence: 104 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. 

POTTER, Theodore; physician; b. Glendale, O., 1861 ; s. Ludlow D. 
Potter, D.D. and Henrietta M. (Ketcham) Potter; ed. com. sch. 
Glendale; Lawrenceville, N. J.; grad. Princeton Univ., 1882; Med. 
Coll., O., 1887; post-grad. A.M. Princeton; Gottingen and Berlin; 
m. 1896, Harriet Katrina Fox; prof, princ. of med. and clin. med., 
Med. Coll. of Ind. Author: Essays on Bacteriology, 1897; assoc. ed. 
Ind. Med. Journ.; many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1204 
Central Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

POTTER, William Warren; surgeon; b. Strykersville, Wyoming Co., 
N. Y., 1838; ed. pub. and priv. schs., Arcade, N. Y., Lima, N. Y. ; 
grad. Buffalo Univ. Med. Coll., 1859; served in Union army, 1861- 
65 ; m. 1859, Emily A. Bostwick, Lancaster, N. Y. ; pres. N. Y. St. 
Bd. Med. Exam, since 1897; Buffalo Obstet. Soc, 1884-86; pres. 
sect, gynec. and abdom. surgery, 1st Pan-Am. Congr., 1893; P res « 


Nat. Confed. of State Med. Exam, and Licen. Bds. ; cons, gynec. 
Women's Hosp., Buffalo, etc. ; mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; St. Med. Soc. ; 
ex-pres. Erie Co. Med. Soc, and many others. Author: many 
valuable contribs. on surgical subjs. to med. journs. ; edit. Trans. Am. 
Assn. Obstct. and Gynecol., etc. Residence: 284 Franklin St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

POWELL, Sir Richard Douglas; physician; b. Walthamstow, 1842; 
s. of late Captain Scott Powell ; ed. Streatham, Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; 
grad. in Honors, Univ. of Lond., 1866; m. Juliet, d. of Sir John 
Bennett, Kt., 1873 ; phys. extraor. to the King since 1901 ; cons. phys. 
to Middlesex, Brompton and Ventnor Hosps. ; Knight of Grace of 
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem since 1898 ; Deputy Chairman of 
the Clerical, Medical, and General Life Assurance Society; pres. 
Roy. Med. Chir. Soc. ; late pres. of the Clin, and Med. Socs. ; sen. 
Censor of Roy. Coll. of Phys. ; phys. in ordinary to Queen Victoria, 
1899; mem. R.C.P., F.R.C.P., 1873. Author: contribs. on various 
med. subjs. Club: Oriental. Address: 62 Wimpole St., London, 

POWER, D'Arcy; surgeon; b. London, 1855; s. of Henry Power, 
F.R.C.S., (Eng.) ed. Merchant Taylor's Sch., Lond; New 
and Exeter Colls., Oxford; grad. B.A. with 1st class hons. in Nat. 
Sci., 1878; M.A., 1881 ; M.B., 1882; m. Eleanor, d. of George Haynes 
Fosbroke of Bidford, Stratford-on-Avon ; treas. of Samuel Pepys 
Club; formerly surg. in charge of Throat Dept. St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp. ; formerly exam, in the Univs. of Cambridge and Durham, and 
at the R.C.S. (Eng.) ; Hunterian prof, of Surg., R.C.S. ; sec. National 
Com. for G. Brit, and Ireland of the Interna. Med. Cong., Paris, 
(1900), Madrid (1903), Lisbon (1906) ; surg. to St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp., Lond. ; sen. surg. to the Victoria Hosp. for Children, Chelsea ; 
cons. surg. to Bromley Cottage Hosp., Kent; Hosp. for Diseases of 
the Hip, Sevenoaks, and Clergy Orphan Sen., Bushey; mem. 
F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1883; F.S.A., 1897. Author: var. contribs. on 
cancer, intestinal obstruction, and the surgical diseases of children ; 
Memorials of the Craft of Surgery ; A Life of William Harvey ; and 
lives of eminent surgeons in the Dictionary of National Biography. 
Clubs: Oxford and Cambridge. Address: ioa Chandos St., Cavendish 
Square, London, Eng. 

POWERS, George Herman; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1840; s. 
Herman Powers and Caroline Hay ward (Carter) Powers; ed. com. 
sch., Chelsea, Mass., and Harvard Univ.; grad. latter, A.M., M.D., 


1865 ; m. 1872, Cornelia J. Chapman, of New Haven; prof, ophthalm., 
Univ. of Cal., Med. Dept. ; It. and asst. surg. 60th Mass. Vols., 1864. 
Clubs: Bohemian, Pacific, Union, G. A. R., etc. Residence: 1822 
Pacific Ave., San Francisco, Cal. 

PRESTON, Robert J.; physician; b. Washington Co., Va., 1841 ; s. 
Capt. John F. Preston and Jane N. (Rhea) Preston; ed. Abingdon 
Male Acad, and Emory and Henry Coll. ; grad. Univ. of Va., 1867 ; 
post-grad. A.M., Emory and Henry; M.D., Univ. of Va. ; supt. 
Southwestern St. Hosp., Marion, Va. ; mem. Med. Exam. Bd. Va., 
1884-90; ex-pres. Abingdon Acad. Med.; Am. Med. Assn.; Am. 
Med. Psych. Assn. ; Boston Gynecol. Assn., etc. Author: many 
valuable contribs. on obstet. and psychol. subjs. in med. journs. 
Residence: Marion, Va. 

PRICE, Eldridge C; physician; b. Priceville, Md., 1854; s. Elias C. 
Price, M.D. and Martha A. Price; ed. pub. schs. in Md. ; grad. Univ. 
of Md. ; post-grad. M.D., 1874, Univ. of Md., and Hahnemann Med. 
Coll., Phila., 1875 ; m. 1877, Mary H. Ferris, Wilmington, Del. ; prof, 
mat. med. and therap., South. Homeop. Med. Coll. ; now prof. mat. 
med. and therap. philos. ; mem. Am. Inst. Homeop. ; State Homeop. 
Med. Soc. ; pres. of latter, 1903-5. Author: A Pathogenetic Materia 
Medica, Phila. ; A Philosophy of Therapeutics, Baltimore ; many 
valuable contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1012 Madison Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

PRICE, George M.; physician; b. Russia, 1864; ed. in Russia; grad. 
N. Y. Univ. Med. Coll., 1895; m.; sanitary inspector N. Y. Health 
Dept., 1895-1904; mem. Eastern Med. Soc. Author: Handbook on 
Sanitation, N. Y., 1904; Tenement House Inspection, N. Y., 1904, 
etc. ; other works in progress. Residence: 254 E. Broadway, N. Y. 

PROUT, Jonathan Slater; physician; b. Washington, D. C, 1833; s - 
Jonathan Prout and Anne (Gantt) Prout; ed. com. sch., Washington, 
William and Mary Coll., Va., grad. Nat. Med. Coll., Washington, 
1856; surg. 26th Mo. Vol. Inf., 1862-65; surg. L. I. Coll. Hosp.; 
emer. prof, ophthalm. ; cons. surg. Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp. ; 
King's Co. Hosp., etc. ; mem. pres. King's Co. Med. Soc., 1879, 
and Am. Otol. Soc; Co. Med. Soc.; Am. Ophthalm. Soc. Resi- 
dence: 26 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn. 

PRUDDEN, T. Mitchell; physician; M.D. ; prof, of Pathol., Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., Columbia Univ., New York City. Author: A Text- 
book on Pathology; various researches in experimental pathology; 


popular works on sanitation and travel. Address: Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York City. 

PURVIS, Charles B.; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1842; ed. pub. sch., 
Phila. and Oberlin, O. ; grad. Western Reserve Med. Coll., O., 1888; 
m. Jennie C. Proctor, Manchester, N. H. ; prof, obstet. and gynecol. 
Howard Univ. Med. Coll. ; ex-surg.-in-chief, Freedmen's Hosp., 
Washington, D. C. Clubs: Business Men's Assn. ; Board of Trade. 
Residence: 109 Gainsboro St., Boston, Mass. 

PUSEY, William Allen; physician; b. Elizabethtown, Ky., 1865; s. 
Robert B. Pusey and Belle (Brown) Pusey ; ed. com. sch., Elizabeth- 
town, Vanderbilt Univ.; grad. from same, A.M., 1885; post-grad. 
M.D., Med. Dept., Univ. of N. Y. City, 1888; m. Sarah W. Cunning- 
ham ; prof, dermatol., Univ. of 111. ; mem. Am. Dermatol. Assn., etc. 
Author: Roentgen Rays in Therap. and Diagnosis, Phila., 1903; 
var. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 512 Greenwood Boul., 
Evanston, 111. 

PUTNAM, Carolyn E.; homeo. physician; b. Rochester, N. Y., 1857; 
d. Geo. C. Putnam and Elizabeth F. Putnam ; ed. com. schs., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. ; grad. Kansas City Homeop. Med. Coll., 1875; prof. mat. 
med., same; mem. Intern. Hahnemannian Assn. Club: Organon 
Soc, Kan. City. Residence: 525 E. Tenth St., Kansas City, Mo. 

PUTNAM, James Wright; physician; b. Fredonia, N. Y., i860; s. 
James O. and Catherine F. (Wright) Putnam; ed. com. sch., Buffalo, 
N. Y. ; grad. Univ. of Buffalo, 1882 ; post-grad. stud. London, Paris, 
Vienna and Berlin; m. 1889, Caroline M. Graves, Buffalo; prof, of 
Nervous Dis., Univ. of Buffalo, since, 1890; neurol. to Erie Co. and 
Buff. Gen. Hosps. ; mem. ex-pres. Am. Neurol. Assn., 1903 ; N. Y. 
State Med. Assn. ; Buff. Acad. Med. Author: valuable contribs. to 
med. journs. Club: Saturn. Residence: 525 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

PYE, Joseph Patrick; physician; ed. Queen's Coll. Galway; grad. 
M.D., London and Paris ; mem. F.R.U.I. ; prof, of Anat. and Physi., 
Queen's Coll., Galway; hon. surg., Galway Hosp. Address: Rusheen- 
na-curra, Clifton, Co. Galway, Ireland. 

PYLE, Walter Lytle; physician; b. Phila., 1871 ; s. William J. and 
Sarah Lane (Thomas) Pyle; ed. Central high sch., Univ. of Pa.; 
grad. A.B., 1888, A.M., M.D., 1893; m. 1898, Adelaide Besson; res. 
phys. Emerg. Hosp., Wash., 1893-4; now practicing in Phila.; mem. 
State and Co. Med. Socs. ; Am. Acad. Med. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; Am. 
Ophthalm. Soc; Coll. Phys., Phila.; asst. surg. Wills Eye Hosp. 


Author: A Manual of Personal Hygiene, 1900, Phila. ; (with Dr. 
Geo. M. Gould) Diseases of the Eye, 1900, Phila. ; Cyclopedia of 
Practical Medicine and Surgery, 1900, Phila. ; Anomalies and Curi- 
osities of Medicine, 1898, Phila. Editor Intern. Medical Magazine; 
many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1806 Chestnut St., Phila., 


RACHFORD, Benjamin Knox; physician; b. Alexandria, Ky., 1857; 
ed. pub. sch., Cincinnati, O. ; grad. Med. Coll. of Ohio, Cin. ; prof, 
of pediat., Ohio Univ. ; ped. of the Cin. and Good Samaritan Hosps. ; 
mem. Assn. Am. Phys. ; Am. Ped. Soc. Author: Neurotic Disorders 
of Childhood, N. Y., 1905. Residence: 323 Broadway, Cincinnati, O. 

RANSOM, William H.; physician; M.D., F.R.S., F.R.C.P. ; cons. phys. 
Gen. Hosp., Nottingham ; Fell. Roy. Med. Chir. Soc. and Univ. Coll., 
Lond. Author: On Colds as a Cause of Disease. Address: The 
Pavement, Nottingham, Eng. 

RANSOME, Arthur; physician; b. Manchester, 1834; .?. of late Joseph 
Atkinson Ransome (d. 1868), and Eliza, d. of Joseph Brookhouse, 
Derby; ed. Manchester; Trin. Coll., Dublin; Caius Coll., Cambridge; 
grad. M.D., M.A., St. George's Hosp., London; Paris; m. Lucy 
Elizabeth Fullarton, 1862; Caian schol. in Anat. ; Mecklenberg Schol. 
in Chem. ; lect. on Biology, 1857-61 ; lect. and afterwards prof, of 
Hygiene and Public Health at the Owens Coll., 1880-95 > exam, in 
Sanitary Sci. at the Camb. and Victoria Univs. ; Milroy Lect. to the 
Coll. of Phys., 1890; mem. F.R.C.P., F.R.S.; Hon. Fell. Caius Coll. 
Camb. ; cons. phys. Manchester Hosp. for Consumption, and Dis. of 
the Chest and Throat, and Roy. Boscombe Hosp. ; vice-pres. of San. 
Assn.; Fell, of Coll. of State Med. Author: Stethometry, 1876; 
Prognosis in Lung Disease, 1882; Causes of Consumption, 1884; 
Causes and Prevention of Phthisis, 1890; Treatment of Phthisis, 
1896; Researches on Tuberculosis; The Principles of Open- Air 
Treatment of Phthisis and Sanatorium Construction, 1903. Club: 
Bournemouth. Address: Sunnyhurst, Bournemouth, Eng. 

RATHBONE, Francis Wait; physician; b. Wood Co., W. Va., 1856; 
s. John Castille and Eliza (Vanderbeek) Rathbone; ed. com. sch., 
Wheeling, W. Va. ; Rock Hill Coll., Ellicott City, Md ; grad. Jeffer- 
son Med. Coll., Phila., 1883 ; m. 1878, Arianna Kannan, Parkersburg, 


W. Va. ; prof. mat. med. and therap. at Univ. Med. Coll., Kansas 
City. Residence: 3241 Michigan Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

RAVENEL, Mazyck P.; physician; b. South Carolina; Huguenot by 
descent; ed. priv. schs. ; Univ. of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee; 
grad. Med. Coll. of the St. of S. C. ; post-grad. Univ. of Pa. ; Pasteur 
Institute, Paris; Inst, of Hygiene, Univ. of Halle a/S, Germany; 
bacteriologist to the State Live Stock Sanitary Board of Pa. ; mem. 
Am. Philos. ; Am. Pub. Health Assn. ; Am. Patholog. and Bacteriol. ; 
Phila. Pathol., etc. Author: num. papers on Bacteriological subjs. 
Address: Univ. of Pa., Phila., Pa. 

RAVOGLI, Augustus; physician; b. Rome, Italy, 1851 ; .9. Michael 
and Francisca (Moriconi) Ravogli; ed. pub. sch., Rome, and Coll. 
Rome; grad. M.D., Rome, 1873; post-grad. stud, at Vienna, Ber- 
lin, Prague; m. Julietta Schindelin, Germany; prof, dermatol. and 
syphilol. Med. Dept., Cincinnati Univ.; form. maj. in hosp. corps of 
Ital. army; House surg. Hosp. at Rome, 1876-79; mem. State Bd. 
Med. Exam, for Ohio ; Am. Derm. Assn. ; Am. Urol. Assn. ; Dermat. 
Soc. of France and Italy. Author: Hygiene of the Skin, Cincinnati, 
1888; many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 5 Garfield Place, 
Cincinnati, O. 

READE, Frank Marshall; physician; b. Springfield, Mass., 1863; s. 
James W. and Frances Cornelia (Burgess) Reade; ed. com. sch., 
Springfield, and Mohawk Acad. ; grad. Med. Coll. of Va., 1899 ; m. 
1894, Annie Smith McConnal, Richmond, Va. ; prof. mat. med. and 
therap., Med. Coll. of Va. ; ex-prof, theory and prac. pharm., 1897- 
04; sec. staff, Memorial Hosp., Richmond. Author: collaborator, 
Old Dominion Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Richmond, Va. 
Residence: 307 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

REDMOND, Joseph Michael; physician; M.D., F.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 
etc. ; phys. to the Mater Misericordiae Hosp. ; cons. phys. to the 
Coombe Hosp., St. Michael's Hosp., Kingstown, and to Nat. Hosp. ; 
vice pres., Roy. Coll. of Phys., 1901-3 ; ex-pres., State Med. Sec, 
Roy. Acad, of Med.; lect. on the Prac. of Med. and Pathol, in the 
Ledwich Sch. of Med. and Pathologist to the Coombe Hosp. Au- 
thor: Cancer of the Liver; Acromegaly; Ulcer of Stomach; Multiple 
Small Abscesses of the Liver, etc. Address: 41 Merrion Square, 
Dublin, Ireland. 

REICHERT, Edward Tyson; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1855; 
s. G. A. Reichert, Jr., and Emma R. (Horn) Reichert; ed. pub. 
sch., Phila.; grad. Univ. of Pa.; post-grad. M.D., same; m. 1883, 


Marian C. Webb, Phila. ; prof, physiology, Univ. of Pa. ; mem. 
many medical socs. in Am. and Europe. Residence: 8112 St. Mar- 
tin's Lane, Phila., Pa. 

REID, Alexander P.; physician; b. London, Ont., Can., 1836; 5. 
James and Mary Reid ; ed. com. sch., London, Ont., Montreal, Lon- 
don, Eng., Edinburgh; grad. 1858, Coll. of Surgs., Edin., and 
M'Gill Univ. ; post-grad. Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Quebec, and Univ. 
of N. Y. City; m. 1875, Eleanor M. Robinson, Halifax, N. S. ; 
ex-prof, physiol., medicine, and clin. med., med. jurisp., abdom. 
hyg., Halifax Med. Coll., and Dalhousie Coll. and Univ. ; ex-phys. 
to var. hosps. in N. S., 1868-92. Author: num. contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: Middleton, N. S. 

REID, Robert William; physician; b. Auchindoir, 1851; s. of Rev. 
William Reid, minister of Auchindoir and Kearn, Aberdeenshire; 
unmarried; ed. Aberdeen and Leipzig Univs. ; grad. 1875 (Aberd.) 
St. Thomas's Hosp., London; demons, of Anat., Aberdeen Univ., 
1872-73; lect. on, and demons, of Anat., 1873-89; Morbid Anat., 
1879-83, St. Thomas's Hosp.; F.R.C.S., Eng., 1881 ; reg. prof, 
of Anat. since 1889, and dean of the Med. Fac, Aberdeen 
Univ. ; pres. of Anatom. and Anthropol. Soc, Aberd. Univ. ; late 
rep. of Aberd. Univ. in the Gen. Council of Med. Educ. and Regis. 
of the Unit. King. Author: num. papers to med. journs. Club: 
Aberdeen University (Aberdeen and London). Address: 37 Albyn 
Place, Aberdeen, Scotland. 

REYNOLDS, James Emerson; physician; b. Booterstown, Co. Dub- 
lin, 1844; s. of Dr. James Reynolds; ed. Dublin Univ. (M.D. and 
D.Sc, causa honoris) ; m. Janet, 0. c. of Canon Finlayson, Christ 
Church Cathedral, Dublin, 1875 ; became keeper of minerals at 
National Museum, Dublin, 1867; prof, of Analyt. Chem. to Roy. 
Dublin Soc, 1870; prof, of chem. to Royal Coll. of Surg., Ireland, 
1873; pres. Soc. of Chem. Industry, 1891 ; pres. of Section Brit. 
Assn., 1893 ; prof, of chem. and chem. philos., Dublin Univ., 1875- 
1903 ; made valuable chem. discoveries, described in papers in Trans. 
Chemical Society and to Royal Society; mem. F.R.S., R.C.P. (Dub. 
and Edin.) ; pres. Chem. Soc, London, 1902-3; v.-pres. Roy. Soc. of 
London, 1902. Author: Lectures on Experimental Chemistry, 1874; 
General Experimental Chemistry, 1880; many contribs. to med. lit. 
Address: 29 Campden Hill Court, Kensington, London, Eng. 

RICE, Joseph M.; physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A., 1857; 
ed. New York City; grad. M.D. Coll. Phys. Surgs., N. Y.; prac- 


tised Medicine, 1881-88; studied psychology and pedagogy, Univ. of 
Jena and Leipsic, 1888-90; writer and lecturer on educational topics, 
1890-97; founded the Society of Educational Research, 1903, and 
was appointed director of the society's Bureau of Research ; editor 
of the Forum since 1897. Author: The Public School System of the 
United States; The Futility of the Spelling Grind (the Forum, 1897) ; 
The Rational Spelling Book, 1898. Clubs: Cosmos, Washington, 
D. C. ; University, Philadelphia, Pa. Address: 45 E. 42nd St., N. 
Y. City. 

RICH, Herbert Matteson; physician; b. Middleville, Mich., 1874; 
s. Samuel C. and Ada M. Rich ; ed. Univ. of Mich. ; grad. same, 
1 90 1 ; post-grad., studied Vienna, etc. ; m. 1903, Constance Abbot, 
Cambridge, Mass. Author: editor Detroit Medical Journal. Club: 
University. Residence: 457 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

RIESMAN, David; physician; b. Saxe- Weimar, Germany, 1867; s. 
Nathan and Sophie (Eismann) Riesman; ed. high sch., Portsmouth, 
O. ; grad. Univ. of Pa., 1892; prof. clin. med., Phila. Polycl. ; assoc. 
in med., Univ. Pa. ; phys. to Phila. and Jewish Hosps. ; mem. Coll. 
of Phys., Phila. ; Am. Assn. Phys. ; Am. Assn. of Pathol, and Bac- 
terid., Phila.; Pathol., Neurol., Pediatric Socs., etc. Author: (with 
Dr. Hektoen) American Textbook of Pathology, Phila., 1900; num. 
contribs. to med. journs. Club: University, Phila. Residence: 1624 
Spruce St., Phila., Pa. 

RILEY, Cassius Marcellus; physician; b. Ashley, O., 1844; s - Ezra 
and Louisa (Potter) Riley; ed. pub. schs., Ashley, Ohio Wesleyan; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan and Miami Med. Coll.; m. 1871, Matilda 
Evans, Ripley, O. ; prof. chem. and toxicol., Beaumont Hosp. Med. 
Coll., and St. Louis, 1886-92, and Barnes Med. Coll. since 1892; 
dean of Barnes Coll. of Pharm. ; mem. St. Louis Med, Soc. ; A. M. 
A. ; St. Louis Chem. Soc. ; Am. Pharmac. Assn. ; Am. Assn. for 
Adv. of Sci., etc. Author: Toxicology, St. Louis, 1901. Residence: 
30th St. and Lawton Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

RINGER, Sydney; physician; M.D., F.R.S.; emeritus prof., Univ. 
Coll., London ; hon. fellow of Pharmac. Soc. ; hon. member of New 
York Med. Soc. ; corresp. mem., Acad, of Med., Paris ; formerly 
prof, of Pharmacology, of Medicine, and of Clinical Medicine at 
Univ. Coll., and phys. to Univ. Coll. Hosp. Author: Handbook of 
Therapeutics, 13th ed., 1898. Address: 15 Cavendish Place, Lon- 
don ; Lastingham, Yorkshire, Eng. 

RITCHIE, Charles A.; homeo. physician; b. Zanesville, O., 1870; s. 


Archie and Agnes Ritchie ; ed. com. sch., high sch., Zanesville ; grad. 
1895, Hahnemann Coll., Phila. ; m. 1896, Jennie S. Shipley, Phila. ; 
mem. pres. Del. State Homeo. Med. Soc. ; Hughes Med. Club, Wil- 
mington, Del., etc. Residence: Middleton, Del. 

ROBERTS, Deering John; physician; b. Nashville, Tenn, 1840; 
s. John and Eliza (Sheguy) Roberts; ed. pub. sch., Nashville; 
grad. Univ. of Nashville, i860; m. 1868, Rachel Lavina Breed- 
ing, Adam Co., Ky. ; prof, princ. and prac. of medicine, Univ. 
of Tenn., 1879-89; prof, princ. of med. and nervous dis., Univ. of 
South since 1902; served in Civil War in South; surg. City Bd. of 
Health, Nashville, 1883-87; mem. Tenn. St. Med. Assn.; Nashv. 
Acad. Med. ; A. M. A., etc. Author: many contribs. to med. lit. ; 
editor Southern Practitioner. Residence: 208 N. 6th Ave., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

ROBERTS, Frederick Thomas; physician; ed. Univ. Coll., London; 
grad. M.D. ; late prof, of med. Univ. Coll., London ; Holme prof. 
of clin. medicine and phys. at Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; cons. phys. to the 
Brompton Hosp., etc. ; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: A Handbook of the 
Theory and Practice of Medicine, 9th edition ; was assistant editor 
of Quain's Dictionary of Medicine. Address: 102 Harley St., Lon- 
don, Eng. 

ROBERTSON, Douglas Argyll; physician; b. 1837; s. of Dr. John 
Argyll Robertson, pres. of Royal Coll. of Surgs., Edinburgh, and 
lecturer on Surgery; m. 1882, Carey, 4th d. of W. N. Fraser of 
Findrack and Tornaveen, Aberdeenshire ; ed. Edinburgh Institution ; 
Neuwied, Germany; grad. M.D., LL.D., Univs. of Edinburgh, St. 
Andrews, and Berlin; cons, ophthal. surg. to Edin. Roy. Infirmary; 
formerly surg. oculist to Queen Victoria in Scotland, and lect. on 
ophthalmol., Edin. Univ. ; ex-pres. of the Ophthalmol. Soc. of United 
Kingdom; formerly pres. of Roy. Coll. of Surg., Edin., 1886; was 
pres. of International Ophthalm. Cong., 1894; pres. of Opthalm. 
Sec. of British Med. Assn., 1898; pres. of Medico-Chir. Soc. of 
Edin. ; pres. of Edin. branch of British Med. Assn. ; hon. surgeon- 
oculist to H.M. the King, in Scotland; mem. F.R.C.S., F.R.S. 
(Edin.). Author: num. papers on Ophthalmic Surgery in med. 
journs. Clubs: University, Edinburgh; The Club, St. Andrews; 
Victoria, Jersey. Address: Mon Plaisir, St. Aubins, Jersey. 

ROBINS, William Littleton; physician; b. near Snowhill, Md., 1869; 
s. James Bowdoin and Ellen Anna Robins ; ed. com. sch., Snowhill 
and Berlin, Md., and Shenandoah Val. Acad., Winchester; grad. 


Univ. of Md., 1890; m. 1894, Elizabeth G. Palmer, Washington, D. 
C. ; prof, of nerv. and ment. dis., Howard Univ., Wash. ; clin. prof, 
same, 1902-3 ; asst. in clin. for dis. of child., Wash. Emerg. Hosp., 
1894-99; assoc. same, 1899-04; mem. Med. Soc, D. C. ; Med. Assn.; 
Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; A. M. A., etc. Author: num. contribs. to 
med. journs. Clubs: University. Residence: 1700 13th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

ROBINSON, Prof. Arthur; physician; ed. Edinburgh Univ.; (gold 
medalist) ; demons, of Anat., Edin. Univ. and Owens Coll., Man- 
chester; lect. in the Victoria Univ.; lect. on Anatomy, Middlesex 
Hosp., London ; exam, for Univ. of London and Roy. Coll. of Surg. ; 
Hunterian prof., 1903; prof, of Anat., King's Coll., London; mem. 
R.C.S. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Club: Royal Societies. 
Address: King's College, Strand, London, Eng. 

ROCHESTER, DeLancy; physician; b. Buffalo, N. Y., 1859; s. Dr. 
Thos. F. and Margaret M. (DeLancy) Rochester; ed. Heathcote 
Sch., Buffalo, and Harvard Coll. ; grad. latter, 1881 ; post-grad. 
M.D., Univ. of Buffalo; m. 1887, Mary Lathrop, Northampton, 
Mass. ; assoc. prof, princ. and prac. of medicine, Univ. of Buffalo ; 
mem. Buff. Acad. Med. ; Co. and State Med. Assns. and Socs. ; A. 
M. A. ; Am. Acad. Med. and Am. Climatol. Assn. ; Am. Assn. Adv. 
Sci., etc. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Saturn, 
Thursday, Studio, Fine Arts, etc. Residence: 469 Franklin St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

ROCKWELL, Alphonse D.; physician; b. New Canaan, Conn., 1840; 
ed. Kenyon Coll., O. ; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. ; neurol. and 
elec.-therap. at Flushing Hosp.; ex-prof, elec.-therap., N. Y. St. 
Woman's Hosp. ; ex-prof. N. Y. Post-grad. Med. Sch. ; specialist in 
electricity. Author: Medical and Surgical Uses of Electricity; 
Nervous Exhaustion ; Sexual Neurasthenics, etc. ; many contribs. to 
med. journs. Residence: 616 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

ROGERS, William B.; physician and surgeon; s. William E. and 
Elizabeth (Battle) Rogers; ed. com. sch., Memphis, Tenn. ; grad. 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1898; m. 1884, Kate Chalmers, Sardis, 
Miss.; ex-prof. anat. and surgery, Memph. Hosp. Med. Coll.; ex- 
dean of same ; mem. Tenn. St. Med. Assn. ; Memph. Med. Soc. ; other 
state and local med. socs. Author: contribs. on surg. topics to med. 
journs. Residence: 1257 Poplar Boulevard, Memphis, Tenn. 

ROLLESTON, Humphry Davy; physician; b. Oxford, 1862; s. of 
late Prof. G. Rolleston, M.D., F.R.S., of Oxford, and Grace Davy; 


ed. Marlborough Coll.; grad. M.A., M.D., St. John's Coll., Cam- 
bridge; St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; m. 1894, Lisette Eila, d. of F. M. 
Ogilvy; Goulstonian lect., 1895, at Roy. Coll. of Phys. of London; 
exam, in the Univs. of Cambridge and Durham, the Conjoint Board 
of the Royal Coll. of Phys. and Surgs. and the Soc. of Apothecaries ; 
from May to Sept., 1901, was in Africa as cons. phys. to the Im- 
perial Yeomanry Hosp., Pretoria, Transvaal; phys. to St. George's 
Hosp. ; mem. of Medical Consult. Board for the navy ; cons. phys. 
to West Herts Infirmary ; sen. phys. to out-patients, Victoria Hosp. 
for Children. Author: Diseases of the Liver; Clinical Lectures; 
articles in med. press. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 55 Upper 
Brook St., London, Eng. 

ROOSE, Robson; physician; b. London, 1848; 3rd s. of Francis Finley 
Roose ; g. s. of Sir David Charles Roose ; ed. priv. tuition ; grad. M.D., 
LL.D., Trin. Hall, Camb. ; Guy's ; Paris ; Brussels ; m. Edith (d. 1901), 
d. of Henry Huggins, D.L., 1870; formerly practiced in Brighton; 
mem. F.R.C.P., Edin.; F.C.S., M.R.C.S. Eng., etc. Author: Gout 
in Relation to Liver and Kidney Disease, 7th ed. ; Nerve Prostration 
and other Functional Disorders of Daily Life, 2nd ed. ; On Leprosy ; 
Waste and Repair in Modern Life, etc. Clubs: Carlton, St. James's, 
Junior Carlton, Bath. Address: 49 Hill St., Berkeley Square, Lon- 
don, W. ; Dormans Park, East Grinstead, Eng. 

RORIE, Dr. James; physician; b. Arbroath, 1838; s. James Rorie, 
Arbroath, and Julia Grant Cochrane; ed. Arbroath Acad.; grad. 
M.D., Edinburgh Univ. ; m. 1872, Margaret, d. of Thomas Handy- 
side Baxter, of Dundee; Edin. Argus Club medalist, 1853; Edin- 
burgh Univ. Thesis gold medalist, 1859; Anat. gold medal, 1859; 
gold medal in Medical Jurisprudence, 1859; res. phys. and supt. of 
Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum, 1860-1903 ; cons. phys. and lect. on 
Mental Diseases, Dundee Univ. Coll. (St. Andrews) since 1891 ; 
mem. L.R.C.S.E. (Edin.) ; ex-mem. and formerly vice-pres. Hunt. 
Med. Soc, Edinburgh; Scot. exam, of Medico-Psychological Assn. 
of G. Brit, and Ireland. Author: num. valuable contribs. to med. 
journs. Address: University College, Dundee ; 4 Roxburgh Terrace, 
West Park Road, Dundee, Scotland. 

ROSEN AU, Milton Joseph; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1869; s. Nathan 
and Mathilda (Blitz) Rosenau; ed. pub. sch., Phila.; grad. Univ. of 
Pa., M.D., 1889; post-grad, work at Paris and Berlin; m. 1900, 
Myra B. Frank, Allegheny, Pa.; asst. surg. Marine Hosp. Serv., 
1890; dir. hygienic labor., Mar. Hosp. Serv.; del., U. S., to 10th 


Intern. Cong. Hyg., Paris, 1900; same, 13th Intern. Cong, of Med. 
and Surgery, Paris, 1900; also served on var. commissions for 
U. S.; mem. A. M. A.; Am. Pub. Heal. Assn.; Nat. Assn. for 
Study and Prev. of Tuberc. ; Assn. of Mil. Surgs. U. S. ; Soc. Am. 
Bacter. ; Adv. Sci., etc. Author: Disinfection and Disinfectants, 
Phila., 1902 ; A Practical Guide to Disinfection, London, 1903 ; many 
govt, reports, also contribs. to med. journs. Club: Cosmos, Wash- 
ington. Residence: 321 1 13th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

ROSS, George; physician; b. Bel-Pre, Culpepper Co., Va., 1838; s. 
William Buckner R. and Elizabeth Mayo (Thorn) Ross; ed. priv. 
tut. and Va. Mil. Inst., Lexington, Va. ; grad. Univ. of Va., 1861 ; 
m. 1863, Annie Elizabeth Beckham, of Culpepper Co., Va. ; ex-lect. 
anat. and surgery, Med. Coll. of Va. ; prof, emer., Univ. Coll. of 
Med., Richmond, Va. ; served in Civil War as capt. and asst. surg. ; 
med. exam, for many nat. ins. cos. ; mem. ex-mem. of many nat. 
and local med. socs. Author: much general literary work, many 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Westmoreland, Richmond, Va. 
Residence: 101 Franklin St. E., Richmond, Va. 

ROTZELL, Willett Enos; homeo. physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1871 ; s. 
Dr. Joseph M. and Elizabeth (Whitehead) Rotzell; ed. pub. and 
priv. schs., Phila.; grad. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 1892; m. 
1895, Amanda W. Lever; lect. on Bot. and Zool., Hahnemann Med. 
Coll., to 1905, now prof, of med. botany, same; mem. Am. Assn. 
Adv. Sci. ; Am. Soc. of Natur. ; Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., and many 
other med. organiz. Author: Man: an Introduction to Anthro- 
pology, Phila., 1900; num. contribs. to med. and sci. journs. ; founded 
and became editor (1903) Atlantic Slope Naturalist. Residence: 
200 S. 40th St., Phila., Pa. 

ROUGHTON, Edmund W.; surgeon; b. 1861 ; s. of late Robert 
Roughton, R.N. ; ed. private schools ; grad. St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; 
m. Ethel, d. of R. S. Godfrey, Registrar (Chancery Division) Su- 
preme Court of Judicature; gold medal at M.D. exam., 1884, and the 
scholarship and gold medal in surgery at the B.S. exam., 1887; gold 
medalist at M.B. exam., 1883; demons, of anat. at St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hosp., 1886-89; warden of the Coll. of St. Mary's Hosp., 
1891-97; exam, in anat. at the Roy. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 1896; 
surg. to the Royal Free Hosp., and surg.-in-charge of the Dept. for 
Diseases of the Throat and Ear; cons. surg. to the National Dental 

\ Hosp. Author: Oral Surgery, a Text-Book of Diseases of the 


Mouth ; General Surgery and Pathology. Address: 38 Queen Anne 
St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

ROUTH, Amand J. McC; physician; b. London, 1853; e. s. of C. H. 
F. Routh, M.D., and Mary Anne, d. of James McConncll of Ard- 
wick; ed. King's Coll. Sch., London; Holbrook, Ipswich; grad. Univ. 
Coll. and Hosp., London; m. 1880, Blanche, d. of Richard Routh 
of Constantinople; obstet. phys. (now cons.) St. Marylebone General 
Disp., 1882; cons, obstet. phys. to St. John's Hosp., Twickenham; 
exam, in Midwifery, Roy. Coll. of Surgs., England, 1894-99; obstet. 
phys. to Charing Cross Hosp., and lect. on Midwifery to the Med. 
Sch. ; cons. phys. to the Samaritan Free Hosp. for Women ; exam. 
in obstet. med. at Univ. of London, and of Birmingham, and in Mid- 
wifery and Diseases of Women for Royal Coll. of Phys., London. 
mem. F.R.C.P. (Eng.). Author: num. papers and articles on Mid- 
wifery and Gynecology. Address: 14A Manchester Square, Lon- 
don ; Bishopstone, Northwood, Middlesex, Eng. 

ROWELL, Thomas Irvine; physician; b. Aberdeen, 1841 ; s. of Joseph 
Rowell, Aberdeen, and Isabella Irvine ; ed. Aberdeen Univ. ; grad. 
Edinburgh, Paris, Vienna ; m. Grace Gale, Cheltenham ; double gold 
medallist Edinburgh extra-mural school, and 1st bursar King's Coll., 
Aberdeen; entered Colonial service as principal civil medical officer 
Straits Settlements, 1877; pres. municipality, Singapore, 1890; re- 
tired, 1891. Address: Norman House, Stansted, Essex, Eng. 

ROYSTER, Hubert Ashley; physician; b. Raleigh, N. C, 1871 ; s. 
Dr. W. J. and Mary Wills (Finch) Royster; ed. Ral. Male Acad., 
and Wake Forest Coll.; grad. Univ. of Pa., 1894; m. 1901, Louise 
Page, Princess Anne, Md. ; ex-res. phys. Mercy Hosp., Pittsburg; 
prof, of gynec. and dean of fac, Med. Dept, Univ. of N. C. since 
1902; gynecol. to Rex Hosp., surg-in-chief, St. Agnes Hosp.; surg. 
to Northern R. R. ; highest hon. before N. C. St. Med. Exam. Bd., 
1894, etc. ; mem. A. M. A., and many Co. and State Socs. Author: 
many contribs. to med. journs. Club: Capital, Raleigh. Residence: 
45 S. Boylan Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

RUHRAH, John; physician; b. Chillicothe, O., 1872; j. Daniel Conrad 
and Mary (Fincknauer) Ruhrah; ed. pub. sch., Chill.; grad. Coll. 
Phys: and Surgs., Baltimore, Md., 1894; unm.; res. phys. Bait. City 
Hosp., 1895-97; Quarant. phys., Bait., 1898-00; now clin. prof, of 
diseases of children, Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Bait. ; vis. phys. to many 
hosps. ; mem. Med. Chir. Fac. of Md. ; A. M. A. ; Am. Acad. Med. ; 
Am. Ped. Soc. ; Nat. Assoc, for Study of Tuberc, etc. Author: Diet 


in Health and Disease, Phila., 1905 ; in collab. with Julius Frieden- 
wald, Dietetics for Nurses, same; Manual of the Diseases of In- 
fants and Children, Phila., 1905; contribs. to med. journs. Club: 
University. Residence: 839 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md. 

RUMMEL, Luella Zeruah; homeo. physician; b. near Butler, O., 
1864; d. David J. and Mary Zeruah (Klise) Rummel; ed. dist. sch. 
and Bellville high sch.; grad. Buchtel Coll., Akron, O., 1887; 
Hering Med. Coll., Chicago, 1901 ; prof. mat. med. in Kansas City 
Hahnemann Med. Coll.; prof, sanit. sci., same, etc.; served in pub. 
hosps. in Phila.; now prac. in Kansas City. Residence: 1103 Main 
St., Kansas City, Mo. 

RUSSELL, James Burn; physician; b. Glasgow, 1837; s. of David 
Russell; ed. high sch. and Univ. of Glasgow; B.A., 1858; M.D., 
CM., 1862; LL.D. (Hon.), 1885; F.F.P.S., Glasgow, 1869; m. 1868, 
Helen Fenton (d. 1884), d. of Rev. Peter Davidson, D.D., Edin- 
burgh; phys.-supt. City of Glasgow Fever Hosp., 1865; Med. 
Officer of Health of Glasgow, 1872; Med. Mem. of Local Govern- 
ment Board of Scotland since 1898; Stewart Prize, 1891 (Brit. Med. 
Assn.) ; Bisset Hawkins Memorial Medal, 1899 (R. Coll. Phys. 
Lond.) ; mem. Roy. Commission on Disposal of Sewage, 1898. Author: 
Lectures on the Theory and Prevention of Infectious Diseases, 1879; 
Life in One Room, 1888; numerous Papers in Medical Periodicals 
and Proceedings of Philosophical Society of Glasgow and other 
Societies. Club: Imperial Union, Glasgow. Address: 49 Braid 
Road, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

RUTTAN, R. F.; physician; b. 1857; s. of A. Ruttan, M.D., Napanee, 
Ontario, and Caroline Smith, Montreal ; unmarried; ed. Toronto 
Univ. (B.A., gold medal Sciences, 1881) ; M'Gill Univ. (M.D., gold 
medal Chemistry, 1884) ; Univ. of Berlin (1885 and 1886, in Hof- 
man's Laboratory, French and German Chem. Soc.) ; Lee. Chem., 
M'Gill Univ., 1887-91 ; Prof. Practical Chemistry and Registrar Med- 
ical Faculty, 1891-1902; Prof, of Chem., M'Gill Univ., Montreal, 
since 1902; mem. Fellow Corporation M'Gill, 1891-1904; F.R.S. 
(Can.) Author: Berichte German Chemical Society, 1886; Di- 
methyl-Triethyl Amines, Chemistry of O. Tolidin, 1887; a. Dichino- 
lin, 1890; Methods of Water Analysis; Methods in Clinical Chem- 
istry, etc. Clubs: St. James, Mount Royal, Royal Montreal Golf, 
Royal St. Lawrence Yacht. Address: 1018 Sherbrooke St., Mon- 
treal, Can. 


SAJONS, Charles Euchariste de Medici; physician; b. France, 1852; 
s. Count Charles de M., and Marie Pierette (Curt) de Medici; ed. 
priv. tut.; grad. Jefferson Coll., Phila., 1878; post-grad, stud., 
France; m. 1884, Emma Christine Bergner, Phila.; mem. Coll. Phys. 
Surgs. ; Leg. of Honor, France; Order Leopold of Belgium, etc.; 
many sci. bodies. Author: The Internal Secretions and Principles of 
Medicine, 1903; Curative Treatment of Hay Fever, 1884; Dis. of the 
Nose and Throat, 1885, all pub. in Phila. ; editor Sajons Annual and 
Analytical Cylcop. of Pract. Medicine and Annual of the Universal 
Medical Sciences. Residence: 2043 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

SANBORN, William Kelley; physician; b. Benicia, Cal, 1865; s. 
Lewis D. and Deborah W. Sanborn; ed. St. Augustine's, Benicia; 
grad. Cal. Coll. Pharm., 1888, and Univ. Cal., 1893 ; m. 1893, Emma 
L. Bruce; prof. mat. med. and therap., Oakland Coll. Med. and 
Surg.; mem. Co. and State Med. Socs. Residence: 1400 8th St., 
Oakland, Cal. 

SANDWITH, F. M.; physician; b. 1853; s. of Col. J. W. F. Sandwith; 
ed. Charterhouse; St. Thomas's Hosp. ; M.D. Durham; m. Gladys, 
d. of Dr. Humphry Sandwith of Kars; F.R.C.P. Lond; Knight of 
Grace Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; Lect. at Lond. Sch. of Trop- 
ical Med. ; served as Ambulance Surgeon in the Turco-Servian War, 
1876, and Russo-Turkish Campaign, 1877-78; of Egypt, 1883; vice- 
director of the Sanitary Dept. of the Egyptian Govt, until 1885 ; and 
Prof, of Med., Egyptian Govt. Sch. of Med. till 1903; was Sen. 
Phys. of the Imperial Yeomanry Hosp. at Pretoria during South 
African War, 1900; Phys. to H. H. the Khedive and Kasr el Ainy 
Hosp., Cairo. Author: Egypt as a Winter Resort; History of Kasr 
el Ainy, A. D. 1466-1901 ; and various papers, mostly on med. sub- 
jects. Club: Savile. Address: 31 Cavendish Square, London, Eng. ; 
Cairo, Egypt. 

SANDZIN, Carl J.; physician; b. Sweden, 1866; s. Rev. T. P. Sand- 
zin and Clara Sandzin ; ed. priv. tuts., Sweden, and Skara Coll. ; 
grad. Upsala Roy. Univ., 1894; post-grad. Roy. Karol. Med. Inst., 
Stockholm, 1899; prof. phys. therap., Univ. of Kansas; mem. Co. 
and State Med. Socs. Author: Diagnosis of Diseases of the Chest, 
Minneapolis, 1905 ; Massage and Allied Methods, same, 1905 ; con- 
tribs. to med. pub. in U. S. and Sweden. Residence: 415 Olive St., 
Kansas City, Mo. 


SANSOM, Arthur Ernest; physician; b. Corsham, Wiltshire, 1838; s. 
of William and Maria Sophia Sansom; ed. King's Coll., London; 
M. D., London ; m. Agnes, d. of Henry Weaver of Devizes, Wilts ; 
late exam, in the prin. and prac. of medicine in the Roy. Coll. 
of Phys. (Conjoint Board of England) seven years; Univ. 
of Durham one year; Univ. of London one year; ex-house phys. 
at King's Coll. Hosp. ; Hon. Fellow of King's Coll.; ex-phys. 
to the Roy. Hosp. for Diseases of the Chest; assist, phys. to the 
London Hosp., 1874; full phys., 1890; now cons. phys. to the 
London Hosp. ; v.-pres. and cons. phys. to the North-Eastern Hosp. 
for Children; mem. F.R.C.P., Lond.; pres. of the Med. Soc. of Lon- 
don, 1897; pres. of Council of the Soc. for the Study of Disease in 
Children, 1900; ex-mem. of the Council of the Royal Coll. of Phys., 
and of the Royal Med. and Chir. Soc. ; now Council of Epsom Coll. 
Author: Chloroform, its action and administration, 1865 ; the Anti- 
septic System, 1871 ; the Diagnosis of Diseases of the Heart, 1892 ; 
and many other publications. Club: Royal Societies. Address: 83 
Harley St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 
SANTEE, Harris Ellett; physician; b. N. Benton, O., 1864; s. Wil- 
liam B. and Catherine (Ellett) Santee; ed. priv. acad., Ohio, and 
Canfield Coll., O.; grad. Univ. of Pa. (M.D.) 1892; post-grad. deg. 
A.M., Ph.D., Taylor Univ.; m. 1st 1895, 2nd 1905, Martha J. Pitt, 
Chicago, 111.; prof, anat., Harvey Med. Coll., 1897-05; prof, anat, 
Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Univ. of 111. ; mem. Chic. Med. Soc, A. M. 
A., etc. Author: Anatomy of the Brain and Spinal Chord, Chicago. 
Residence: 770 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. 
SATTLER, Eric E.; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1859; s. Dr. George 
Sattler; ed. pub. sch. Cincinnati, and Woodward high sch.; grad. 
Miami Med. Coll.; post-grad. stud. London, Strasburg, Berlin, 
Utrecht, N. Y. Post-grad. Sch. ; m. 1886, Blanche Wallingford, Cin- 
cinnati ; mem. Am. Acad. Med. ; A. M. A., etc. Author: History of 
Tuberculosis, Cincinnati, 1883; contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: 
Country, Whist. Residence: 109 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, O. 
SAUNDBY, Robert; physician; b. London, 1849; s - of R. Saundby; 
ed. Edin. Univ.; grad. 1874, M.D.; post-grad. Hon. LL.D., M'Gill, 
Can. ; was sen. pres. Roy. Med. Soc. ; house phys. in the Edin. Roy. 
Infirmary; m. 1880, Mary Edith, d. of T. Spencer; house phys. to 
the Roy. Hosp. for Diseases of the Chest, London, 1875 ; Pathologist 
to the Gen. Hosp., Birmingham, 1876, then asst. phys., and, in 1885, 
full phys.; prof, of Med. Univ. of Birmingham; Exam, in Med., 


English Conjoint Board, 1894-97; pres. of the Council, Brit. Med. 
Assn., 1896-99; pres. Birm. Med. Inst., 1895-99; F.R.C.P. Lond. ; 
M.Sc. Birm. Author: Lectures on Renal and Urinary Diseases, 4th 
edition, 1900; The Common Forms of Dyspepsia in Women, 1894; 
Medical Ethics, 1902 ; article Diabetes, in Allbutt's System of Med- 
icine, 1897; numer. contribs. to the med. press. Clubs: Reform; 
Union, Birmingham. Address: 68 Hagley Road, and 140B Great 
Charles St., Birmingham, Eng. 

SAUNDERS, Dudley Dunn; physician; b. Lawrence Co., Ala., 1835; 
s. James E. and Mary F. Saunders; ed. Pinney Inst., Mobile, Ala. 
and La Grange Coll. ; grad. Med. Univ. of Pa., 1856 ; post-grad. 
Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 1856; ex-prof, of surg. and anat., Memphis 
Med. Coll. ; prof. clin. med. and phys. diagn., Memphis Hosp. Inst. 
Coll.; Bd. of Health, Memphis, during epidemic of 1878; surg. dur- 
ing Civil War; mem. A. M. A., State and Co. Med. Socs., etc. 
Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 304 Shelby St., 
Memphis, Tenn. 

SAUNDERS, George; physician; b. Cork, 1823; s. of late Lt.-Col. R. 
Saunders, Royal Newfoundland Companies (d. 1878) ; ed. priv. 
sch. ; Bentley Prize, 1843 '■> grad. London, M. D. ; m. 1852, Isabella E. 
(d. 1903), d. of late Thomas Bailey, J. P., Co. Fermanagh; med. 
charge of the 47th Regiment; C.B. granted by the Queen for ser- 
vices in China, 1865; served in Japan and Cape of Good Hope; 
deputy-inspector-general of hosps. ; pres. Med. Missionary Assn. ; 
cons. surg. Metropolitan Ear, Nose, and Throat Hosp. ; mem. 
M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P., etc. Author: Manna in the Camp — Eastern 
Campaign, 1854-55; The Healer-Preacher; Stories of Medical Mis- 
sion Work. Club: Royal Societies. 

SAWYER, Sir James; Kt., cr. 1885; physician; b. Carlisle, 1844; s. 
of late James Sawyer, Carlisle, and Ann, e. d. of William George, 
Ross; ed. Queen's Coll., Birmingham; grad. M.D., London Univ.; 
m. Adelaide, d. of Rev. J. H. Hill, Rector of Cranoe, Leicestershire, 
1873; -prof, of pathology, Queen's Coll., Birm., 1875-78; prof, ma- 
teria medica, 1878-85; prof, med., 1885-91; cons. phys. to Queen's 
Hosp., Birmingham; mem. F.R.C.P., F.S.A., F.R.S.E. ; pres. 
of Birmingham Conservative Assn., 1886-89; 1st Chairman 
Mid. Union of Conservative Assn. (ten counties), 1886-90; chair- 
man of Warwicksh. Cham, of Agric, 1898-99. Author: Appli- 
cation of the Sphygmograph, 1898; Diagnosis of Diseases of 
the Lungs, Heart, and Kidneys, 1870; Clinical Thermometry, 1875; 


Phthisical Laryngitis, 1875; Causes and Cure of Insomnia, 1878; 
Treatment of Eczema, 1879; Treatment of Constipation and Intes- 
tinal Obstruction, 1883 ; Floating Kidney, 1883 ; Treatment of Gas- 
tralgia, 1887; Notes on Medical Education, 1889; Ether in Medica- 
tion by the Skin, 1890; Notes in Therapeutics and Pharmacy, 1896; 
Causes and Cure of Insomnia, 1900; Contributions to Practical Med- 
icine, 3rd ed. 1902. Clubs: Junior Conservative; Conservative and 
Midland Conservative, Birmingham. Address: 31 Temple Row, 
Birmingham; Haseley Hall, Warwick, 29 Old Burlington St., Lon- 
don, Eng. 

SAYRE, Reginald Hall; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1859; s. Lewis A. 
and Eliza Ann (Hall) Sayre; ed. pub. and priv. schs., Columbia 
Coll.; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1884; clin. prof, orthop. 
surgery, N. Y. Univ., and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. ; cons. surg. 
var. hosps. and Home for Crip. Child., Newark, N. J.; mem. ex- 
pres. Am. Orthop. Assn. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; State and Co. Med. 
Assns. and Socs. ; N. Y. Acad. Med., etc. Author: many contribs. 
to med. journs. Clubs: City, N. Y. Athletic, Columbia Univ. Resi- 
dence: 9 E. 45th St., N. Y. City. 

SCHARLIEB, Mary Dacomb; physician and surgeon; b. Lond., 1845; 
ed. priv. schs. ; Madras Med. Coll. ; diploma, 1878 ; stud, in Roy. Free 
Hosp. and Sch. of Med. for Women in London; M.B. and B.S. deg. 
Lond. Univ., 1882; m. a barrister practising in India; gold medal 
and scholarship in Obstet. Med. ; Honors in Medicine, Forensic 
Medicine, and Surgery ; lecturer in Midwifery and Gynecology in 
Madras Med. Coll., and Exam, to Univ. of Madras in those subjects, 
1883 ; med. supt. to Royal Victoria Hosp. for Caste and Gosha 
Women; in 1888 took M.D. of London, and M.S. in 1896; late sen. 
surg. at New Hosp. for Women ; lect. on Obstet. to Sch. of Med. for 
Women, Handel St., Brunswick Square; Gynecologist, Royal Free 
Hosp. Author: A Woman's Words to Women ; The Mother's Guide 
to the Health and Management of her Children. Address: 149 Har- 
ley St., Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 

SCHEPPEGRELL, William; surgeon; b. Hanover, Germany; grad. 
Charleston Coll., S. C, 1878; A.M., 1882; S. C. Med. Coll., 
1889; res. surg. Roper Hosp. 1892; asst. surg. Eye, Ear, Nose, and 
Throat Hosp., New Orleans; mem. pres. Am. Acad. Ophthalm. and 
Oto-Laryngol., 1900; ex-v-pres. Am. Laryngol., Rhinol., and Otol. 
Soc, v-pres. New Orleans Elec. Soc, etc. Author: num. contribs. 
on spec. surg. subjs. in med. journs.; asst. editor Laryngoscope; 


co-ed. Annals of Otology, Laryngol, and Rhinology, etc. Residence t 
2,722, Prytania St., New Orleans, La. 

SCHIRMAN, Moritz; eclectic physician; b. Germany, 1850; ed. com. 
sch. and Real Sch., Germany, and priv. schs., London, Eng.; grad. 
Univ. Pa., 1876 ; post-grad. Johns Hopkins ; m. B. Stern, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. ; prof. nerv. dis., Cal. Med. Coll. ; mem. Astron. Soc. of the 
Pacific; sec. San Fran. Co. Soc. Phys. and Surgs. Author: num. 
contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1104 Market St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

SCHLEIF, William; physician; b. Milwaukee, Wis., 1868; s. William 
and Louise (Miller) Schleif; ed. priv. sch., Milwaukee, Univ. Pa.; 
grad. latter, M.D., 1895; asst.-demons. pharm., 1890-96; demons, 
med. pharm., Univ. Pa. Author: The Administration of Drugs, 1898 ; 
Mat. Med. and Therap., Phila., 1899; 2nd ed. enlarged, 1902; 3rd ed. 
under way. Residence: 1636 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

SCHNEIDER, Adolph Benedict; homeo. physician; b. Dunkirk, N. 
Y., 1866; s. Benedict and Anna Marie (Abrecht) Schneider; ed. pub. 
sch., Dunkirk; grad. Cleveland Med. Coll., 1894; prof. theo. and 
pract, physic, diagn. and clin. med., Cleveland Homeo. Med. Coll. ; 
mem. Am. Inst. Homeo. ; State Homeo. Med. Soc, etc. Residence: 
381 Jennings Ave., Cleveland, O. 

SCHOFIELD, Alfred Taylor; physician; b. 1846, Lancashire; ed. 
Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey; London Hosp. ; m. 1871, Frances A. Jack- 
son (Ballina, Mayo); first prizeman in med. and obstet. ; M.D., 
Brussels Univ., 1884; hon. phys. to Friedenheim Hosp., Victoria 
Homes, and Factory Girls' Union, etc. ; chairm. Parents' National 
Educat. Union; exam, to Brit. Coll. Phys. Educ, and Nat. Health 
Soc. ; mem. R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P.L., Council Sanitary Aid Committee, 
Church Sanitary Assn., Roy. Brit. Nurses' Assn., Dist. Nurses' 
Assn. etc., Brit. Med. Assn., Victoria Inst., etc. Author: Nerves 
in Disorder ; Faith Healing ; Personal and Domestic Hygiene ; Hand- 
book of Physiology ; The Unconscious Mind ; The Springs of Char- 
acter; The Force of Mind; Unconscious Therapeutics; Nerves in 
Order; Treatment of Neurasthenics, etc. Address: 6 Harley St., 
W. ; 141 Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W. ; The Bunga- 
low, Chobham West, Eng. 

SCHOOLER, Lewis; physician; b. Bartholomew Co., Ind., 1848; s. 
Benjamin H. and Mary (Hughes) Schooler; ed. pub. sch., Ind.; 
grad. Ky. Sch. Med., (hon.) LL.D., Drake Univ.; m. Alice Hoskins; 
prof. clin. surg., Med. Dept., Drake Univ. ; served in Civil War ; 


mem. Western Surg, and Gynecol. Assn. Club: Grant, etc. Re si' 
dence: 739 18th St., Des Moines, la. 

SCHUFELDT, Robt. Wilson; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1850; s. Ad- 
miral R. W. and Sarah H. (Abercrombie) Schufeldt; ed. pub. and priv. 
schs. in New Eng., N. Y., New Orleans, Cuba, etc., Cornell Univ. ; 
grad. Columbian Univ. ; m. 1898, Alfhild Daguy Lowum, Christiania, 
Norway; deleg. to two Intern, med. congresses, and one Nat. ; judge 
to Columbian Expos., Chicago ; Curator Smithsonian Inst. ; charge of 
Dept. Compar. Anat. Army Med. Museum, Washington, D. C. ; 
mem. many European and Amer. Socs. ; Anthrop. Soc, Florence, 
Italy, etc., etc. Author: Myology of the Raven, London, and N. Y., 
1890; Studies of the Human Form, Phila., 1905; and many contribs. 
to med. lit. Residence: 471 W. 145th St., N. Y. City. 

SCHUSTER, Professor Arthur; physician; b. Frankfort-on-Main, 
185 1 ; s. of Francis Joseph Schuster, London ; ed. Frankfort-on-Main ; 
Owens Coll. Manchester; University of Heidelberg; Ph.D., Heidel- 
berg; m. e. d. of George Loveday, Wardington, Oxon; chief of 
"Eclipse" Expedition to Siam, 1875 ; prof, of physics, Owens Coll. 
(Victoria Univ.), Manchester; mem. F.R.S.; pres. of Section A of 
the British Assn., 1892 ; ex-pres. of the Manchester Literary Philo- 
sophical Soc; Roy. medal of the Roy. Soc, 1893; (corresp.) Roy. 
Acad, of Gottingen, the Philos. Soc. of Camb., and the Roy. Philos. 
Soc. of Glasgow. Author: various papers in Philosophical Trans- 
actions, Philosophical Magazine, etc. Recreation: Cycling. Club: 
Athenaeum. Address: Kent House, Victoria Park, Manchester, Eng. 

SCHWENINGER, Professor Dr. Med. Ernst; geheimer Medicinal- 
rath, Berlin; b. Freystadt, Bayern, Deutschland, 1850; ed. Regens- 
burg, Munich ; privatdozent fur pathologische Anatomie, allgemeine 
und experimentelle Pathologie in Miinchen ; prof, in the Roy. Univ. 
at Berlin ; Prof, fur allg. Pathologie, Therapie u. Geschichte der 
Medicin, Berlin. Author: Verschiedene Arbeiten iiber Diphtherie, 
Tuberkulose, Herzkrankheiten, Hautkrankheiten, Krebs, Typhus, 
Aerzteschulen, Infectionskrankheiten, Neubildungen, Cholera, Alep- 
pobeule, etc., etc. Address: Gross-Lichterfelde, Kreiskrankenhaus. 

SCOT=SKIRVING, Archibald Adam; C.M.G., 1900; physician; b. 
1868; s. of late Robert Scot-Skirving, Edinburgh, and Leila, d. of 
late William Owen of Erkindale, Queen's County; ed. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Cheltenham Coll. ; grad. M.B. Edinburgh Univ. ; served 
South African War as Assist.-Surg. to Imperial Yeomanry Field 
Hosp. ; Asst. Surg. Roy. Infirmary, Edin. ; lect. in Surgery, Edin. 


Sch. of Med. ; Asst. Surg. Leith Hosp. ; Surg.-Capt. Midlothian 
Royal Garrison Artillery (Vols.) ; mem. M.R.C.S., F.R.C.S., Edin. 
Author: various surgical papers. Club: University, Edinburgh. 
Address: 29 Drummond Place, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

SEAMAN, William Henry; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1836; s. John G. 
and Ann Rogers (Wall) Seaman; ed. Friends' Sch., N. Y., and 
Columbian Coll., Howard Univ.; grad. Howard Univ.; m. 1873, 
Marianna P. Clark ; prof, chem., Howard Univ. ; exam. U. S. Pat- 
ent Office; mem. Am. Assoc, A3v. Sci. ; Am. Chem. Soc. ; Geog. 
Soc, etc. Clubs: Cosmos, University. Residence: 1424 nth St., 
Washington, D. C. 

SELL, Edward Herman Miller; physician; b. Upper Saucon town- 
ship, Lehigh Co., Pa., 1832; s. Samuel and Mary (Miller) Sell; ed. 
com. sch. (local) ; Bethlehem, Pa., priv. sch.; Univ. Pa., 1856; grad. 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y. ; post-grad. A.M., 1859; M. Ob. 
Univ. Vienna, 1872; Paris; m. 1894, Anna J. Lloyd, Delphos, 
O. ; 1871, organized first prac. gynecol. operat. course in the world at 
Vienna; mem. joint-organizer A. M. A., 1876; N. Y. Acad. Med.; 
many for. med. socs. ; delegate to Intern. Med. Congs., 1890-1894; 
to Brit. Med. Assn., 1870-73-76; life mem. Huguenot Soc. of Am. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Physician and Pharm- 
acist. Club: Republican, etc. Residence: Summit, N. J. 

SELLMAN, William Alfred Belt; physician; b. Montgomery Co., 
Md., 1850; s. John J. M. and Ann Eliz. (Belt) Sellman; ed. Fred- 
erick Coll. and St. Timothy's Coll., Md. ; grad. Univ. Md. 1872 ; m. 
1882, Mary Oliver, Baltimore; prof. dis. of women, Baltimore Univ.; 
mem. Med. Chir. Fac, Md. ; A. M. A.; Assn. Am. Obstet. and 
Gynecol. ; Med. and Surg. Soc. Bait. ; Bait. Med. Soc, etc. Author: 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Bait. Athletic, Country, Flint. 
Residence: 5 E. Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. 

SENN, Nicholas; physician; b. Buchs, Switzerland, 1844; ed. com. sch. 
of Switz. and Amer., and gram. sch. Fond du lac, Wis. ; grad. Chic. 
Med. Coll.; post-grad. Univ. Munich, Germany; m. 1869; prof. surg. 
Rush Med. Coll. ; surg.-gen. 111. ; chief of oper. staff with army, Span. 
Amer. War ; mem. Am. Surg. Assn. ; A. M. A. ; State and Co. Med. 
Socs. ; Chic. Surg. Soc, and Gynecol. Soc. ; hon. mem. many foreign 
socs. Author: Principles of Surgery, Surgical Bacteriology, Phila. ; 
Intestinal Surgery, Experimental Surgery, Chicago; Practical Sur- 
gery ; Syllabus of Surgery ; Tuberculosis of Genito-Urinary Organs, 


Phila. ; many works of travel and articles to med. journs. Residence: 
532 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

SEQUEIRA, James Harry; physician; Phys. Skin Dept. and Med. 
Officer, Light Dept., London Hosp. ; Phys. Tower Hamlets Dispen- 
sary ; mem. F.R.C.S. Author: Catalogue of Specimens added to Lon- 
don Hosp. Museum, 1892-95 ; translated and edited Finsen's Photog- 
raphy, 1901. Address: 63 Harley St., London, Eng. 

SEWALL, Henry; physician; b. Winchester, Va., 1855; s. Rev. Thos. 
and Julia E. (Waters) Sewall; ed. priv. schs. in Baltimore and 
Brooklyn; Wes. Univ. ; Johns Hopkins; grad. Wesleyan Univ., 1876; 
post-grad. Ph.D., Johns Hop., 1878; M.D., (Univ. of Mich.), 1888; 
hon. M.D. (Univ. of Denver), 1889; m. 1887, Isabel J. Vickers, 
Toronto, Can. ; asst. fel. and assoc. biolog., Johns Hop., 1876-81 ; prof, 
physiol, Univ. Mich., 1882-89; Denver, 1890; mem. sec. Colo. St. Bd. 
of Health, 1893-99; Fel. Assn. Am. Phys.; Am. Physiol. Soc. ; Am. 
Clim. Assn. ; A. M. A., etc. Author: sect, in Buck's Reference 
Hand-book; and many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1360 
Vine St., Denver, Colo. 

SHASTID, Thomas Hall; physician; b. Pittsfield, 111., 1866; s. Dr. 
Thomas Wesley Shastid; ed. pub. schs. and Eureka Coll., Eureka, 
111.; grad. Med. Dept., Univ. Vt., 1888; studied at Univ. of Vienna 
two semesters; A.B. cum laude Harv. Univ., 1893; A. M., 1901, 
LL.B., 1902, Univ. Mich. ; m. 1897, Fannie Fidelia English, Pitts- 
field, 111. ; mem. Am. Acad. Med. ; Am. Med. Assn. ; N. Y. Med. Soc., 
etc. Author: "A Country Doctor," "How to Suppress a Malpractice 
Suit," and contributor to med. and secular periodicals. Residence: 
Marion, 111. 

SHEILD, Arthur Marmaduke; surgeon; b. 1858; s. of William Henry 
Sheild, Gilfach, Pembrokeshire; ed. privately; Downing Coll., Cam- 
bridge; was house surg. to St. George's and Addenbrooke's Hosp., 
Camb. ; asst. and aural surg. to Charing Cross Hosp., and lect. on 
Operative Surgery; asst. surg. and lect. on Pract. Surgery to St. 
George's Hosp. ; surg. to St. George's Hosp., London ; in charge of 
Throat Dept. ; cons. surg. Hosp. of St. John and St. Elizabeth and 
Women and Children, Waterloo, Bridge Road; mem. F.R.C.S. 
Author: A treatise on diseases of the breast; diseases of the ear; 
nasal obstruction and its treatment; articles — diseases of breast, 
Quain's Diet. Med.; dislocations and joint injuries, Treves' System 
of Surg. ; many other papers on surgical subjects. Club: University. 
Address: 4 Cavendish Place, Cavendish Square, London, Eng. 


SHELDON, Edward Schoch; homeo. physician; b. Camden, N. J., 
1874; s. Richard Dole S. and Sarah Elizabeth Sheldon; ed. com. schs. 
in Camden ; grad. Hahnemann Coll., Phila. ; inspector Bd. Health, 
Collingwood and Oaklyn ; phys. to Home for Aged and Infirm, Cam- 
den Co. ; mem. pres. State Homeo. Soc. Residence: 207 Massey Ave., 
Collingwood, N. J. 

SHELTON, George G;j homeo. physician; b. Birmingham, Conn., 
1853; s. Geo. W. and Margaret (Atwood) Shelton; ed. com. sch., 
and Andover, Mass. ; grad. N. Y. Homeo. Med. Coll. and Hosp. ; m. 
1874, Ida E. Sherman, Bridgeport, Conn. ; emer. prof. mat. med., N. 
Y. Horn. Med. Coll. and Hosp. ; ex-prof. dis. of the heart and lungs, 
N. Y. Coll. and Hosp. for Women ; mem. Am. Inst. Homeo. ; State 
and Co. Socs. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Ridgefield, 
Country, N. Y. Med., etc. Residence: Ridgefield, Conn. 

SHEPHERD, Fi J.; physician; CM.; b. Cavagnol, Vaudreuil Co., 
Province of Quebec, 185 1 ; s. of R. W. Shepherd and M. C. de Les 
Dermiers; ed. high sch., Montreal; grad. M'Gill Univ.; M.D., 1873; 
post-grad. stud. England, Germany, Austria, and France; m. 1878, 
L. G. Torrance; demonst. of Anatomy in M'Gill Univ., 1875; prof, 
of Anat, M'Gill Univ., Montreal ; and sen. surg. to the Montreal Gen. 
Hosp. since 1883 ; mem. ex-pres. of the Montreal Medico-Chir. Soc, 
and v-pres. Intern. Dermatolog. Cong., 1894; late pres. of the Can. 
Med. Assn. Author: joint author of American Text-book of Sur- 
gery; Retrospect of Surgery, 1881-94, 3 vols.; contrib. many articles 
to med. press. Clubs: Mount Royal, St. James', Pabos Salmon-fish- 
ing. Address: 152 Mansfield St., Montreal; Oak Cottage, Como, Co. 
Vaudreuil, Canada. 

SHERRINGTON, Charles S.; physician; ed. Caius Coll., Camb.; grad. 
M.A., M.D., (hon.) D.Sc, LL.D., Toronto; m. Ethel Mary, d. of 
John Eley Wright, Preston Manor, Suffolk; late Brown prof, of 
Pathology, Univ. of London; lecturer on Physiology, St. Thomas's 
Hosp., London ; Croonian lecturer, Roy. Soc. ; Baly gold medallist, 
Roy. Coll. of Phys. ; prof, of Physiology, Univ. of Liverpool ; Silli- 
man Memorial Lect., Yale Univ., U. S. A. ; mem. of Council of 
Roy. Soc. ; Charcot Medallist Soc. de Neurologie, Paris ; mem. 
F.R.S.; (corresp.) Imp. Acad, of Med., Vienna; Commission on 
Asiatic Cholera, 1886; Anglo-American Secretary, Intern. Cong, of 
Physiology, Liege, 1892, Berne, 1895, Cambridge, 1898, Turin, 1901, 
Brussels, 1904; vice-pres. Brit. Child Study Assn. Author: num. 


scient. papers to the Roy. and other socs. Clubs: Savile, Albemarle; 
University, Liverpool. Address: 16 Grove Park, Liverpool, Eng. 

SHOEMAKER, John Veitch; physician; b. Chambersburg, Pa., 1852; 
s. Louis A. and Mary M. (Grenawalt) Shoemaker; ed. com. sch. ; 
grad. Dickinson Coll., 1872; Jefferson Med. Coll., 1874; hon. LL.D., 
M.A., 1875 ; lect. anat. and dis. of the skin, Phila. Sch. Anat, 1876- 
78 ; prof, skin and ven. dis. Medico-Chir. Hosp., Phila. ; prof. mat. 
med., pharmac, and therap., and clin. med. ; mem. and director of 
financial and commercial corporations. Author: many contribs. to 
med. lit. Residence: 1519 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

SHORE, Thomas William; physician; b. 1861 ; ed. Burnley Gram. 
Sch.; Hartley Coll., Southampton; grad. M.D., B.Sc, St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hosp., London; m. Mary, e. d. of H. E. Sargent, M.D.; 
house phys., St. Bartholomew's Hosp., 1883; asst. demons. Physiol- 
ogy, 1884-87; demons. Physiol., 1888; lect. Compar. Anat., 1886- 
1902; lect. Biology, 1892-1902; warden of the Coll. and sec. to Med. 
Sch., 1891-98; exam. Natural Hist., Univ. of Aberdeen, 1890-91; 
and for Army and Indian Medical Services, 1892-97 ; exam, in Biol- 
ogy, Roy. Coll. of Surg., 1892-95 and 1897-1901 ; lect. on Biology 
and Compar. Anat. St. Bartholomew's Hosp. Med. Coll.; exam, in 
Science for Naval Med. Ser. ; mem. F.R.M.S. Author: Practical 
Biology, 1887; numerous articles in scientific journs. Club: Prince's 
Golf, Mitcham. Address: Heathfield, Alleyn Park, Dulwich, Lon- 
don, Eng. 

SHUTE, Daniel Kerfoot; physician; b. Alexandria, Va., 1858; s. 
Rev. Samuel Moore Shute and Jane C. (Kerfoot) Shute; ed. Colum- 
bian Univ.; grad. same, A.B., 1879, M.D., 1883; post-grad. stud. 
Berlin, and London, Eng.; m. 1896, Augusta Pettigrew, Waltham, 
Mass.; act. clin. asst. Roy. Lond. Ophthalm. Hosp.; mem. Assn. 
Am. Anat. ; Anthrop. Soc. of Wash. ; Wash. Acad. Sci. ; Am. Assn. 
Adv. Sci., etc. Author: A First Book on Organic Evolution, Chic, 
1899 ; sects, on Male Genital Organs and The Skull, in Ref. Hand- 
book of Sci. ; other contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Cosmos, Soc. of 
the Cincinnati, St. N. J. Residence: 1719 DeSales St., Washington, 
D. C. 

SIBLEY, Walter Knowsley; physician; b. 1862; s. of late S. W. Sib- 
ley, F.R.C.S., and Clara F., d. of late Sir R. W. Carden, Bt., M.P. ; 
ed. Univ. Coll. Sch., London; grad. M.A., M.D., B.C., Pembroke 
Coll. Cambridge; m. 1st, 1892, Georgina Marie, d, of G. Butlin; 2nd, 
Maria, d. of late Malcolm Johnston of Belfast; post-grad, work, 


Middlesex Hosp., London; Paris, Strassburg, and Berlin; house 
surg., house phys. and asst. in the skin dept., Middlesex Ho6p., 
Brompton Chest Hosp., and Chelsea Hosp. for Women; phys. to 
the North-West London Hosp. ; mem. M.R.C.P. Lond., R.C.S. Eng. ; 
Senate, Camb. Univ. ; Council of the Metrop. Counties Branch of 
the Brit. Med. Assn. and hon. sec. and treas. of the Westminster 
Division ; Brit. Elec.-Therap. Soc. ; exec. com. Med. Sickness and 
Life Ins. Soc. Author: num. art. in med. and sci. journs. in Eng- 
land, France, and Germany, on the subjs. of Comparative Tuber- 
culosis, and on treatment of disease by light and heat. Club: Bath. 
Address: The Mansions, 70 Duke St., Grosvenor Square, London, 
Eng. ; Sans-Souci, Puys, Dieppe, France. 

SILVER, Henry Mann; physician; b. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; s. Charles 
Alex, and Helen (Mann) Silver; ed. Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass. ; 
grad. Dartmouth Coll., 1872; post-grad. M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll., 1875; A.M., Dartmouth, 1892; prof, surgery, Worn. Med. 
Coll., N. Y. Infirmary, 1888-98, and of clin. surgery, Bellevue, 1898; 
vis. surg. Gouverneur Hosp., 1898, Beth Israel, 1902; cons. surg. 
N. Y. Inf., 1894; mem. N. Y. Acad. Med. and State and Co. Socs. ; 
A.M.A., etc. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: University, 
New England, N. Y. Residence: 5 E. 43rd St., N. Y. City. 

SIMES, J. Henry C; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1844; s. John W. 
and Matilda I. Simes; ed. pub. sch., Phila.; grad. Univ. Pa., 1870; 

. post-grad. London, Paris, and Vienna ; surg. to Episc. Hosp., Phila. ; 
emer. prof, genito-urin. and ven. dis., Phila. Polycl. ; mem. Coll. 
Phys. and Surgs. ; Co. Med. Soc. ; Phila. Pathol. Soc. ; Phila. Acad. 
Surgs. Author: transl. Cornil & Ranvier's Pathological Histology, 
Phila., 1880; transl. Cornil's Syphilis, same, 1882; transl. Debierre's 
Malformations of the Genital Organs of Women, same, 1905; many 
contribs. to med. journs. Residence: Bala, Pa. 

SIMMONS, Charles J.; physician; b. Union City, Ind., 1858; s. Dr. 
N. and E. A. Simmons; ed. com. sch., Lawrence, Kas. ; A.B., Univ., 
Kas., 1882; grad. Univ., Vt, 1884; post-grad. M.D., Bellevue Hosp. 
Med. Coll., 1885; Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1885; m. 1891, Emily 
S. Glathart, Lawrence, Kan. ; prof, surgery, Univ. Kan. ; proprietor 
and surg., Simmons Hosp., Lawrence; mem. State and Co. Med. 
Socs. and Nat. Med. Assn. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Res- 
idence: 623 Indiana St., Lawrence, Kan. 

SIMPSON, Alexander Russell; physician; b. Bathgate, West Lo- 
thian, 1835; s. of Alexander Simpson, bank agent; ed. Bathgate 


Acad. grad. M.D., D.Sc, Edinburgh Univ.; m. Margaret Stew- 
art, d. of George Freeland Barbour, Bonskeid and Gryffe Castle, 
1872 ; apprenticed to Prof. John Goodsir ; whilst a student, elected one 
of the pres. Roy. Med. Soc. ; post-grad. stud, at Montpellier and 
Berlin ; asst. seven years to his uncle, Sir James Young Simpson, Bt. ; 
dean of the Fac. of Medicine and prof, of Midwifery and the Diseases 
of Women and Children, Univ. of Edinburgh. Author: editor of Sir 
James Y. Simpson's Lectures on Diseases of Women; Contributions 
to Obstetrics and Gynecology ; and of an Atlas of the Frozen Section 
of a Cadaver in the Genu-pectoral Position (along with Dr. Berry 
Hart), and many memoirs. Address: 52 Queen St., Edinburgh, 

SINCLAIR, Alexander Grant; ophthalmic and aural surgeon; b. 
Charlottenburg, Ont., Can., 1842; s. Archibald and Mary Grant Sin- 
clair ; ed. com. and gram. schs. of Can. ; priv. tuts, abroad, and Univ. 
of Mich.; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 1869; LL.D., Ark. Norm. 
Coll.; post-grad. stud, in London and Vienna; ophthalm. and aur. 
surg. to Harper Hosp., Detroit, 1876-79; prof, ophthalm. and otol. 
Memphis Hosp. Med. Coll., 1878; laryng., 1883; hyg., 1898; dean of 
fac, 1884-86; ophth. and aur. surg. to St. Joseph's Hosp. since 1889; 
laryng. since 1892; St. Peters, since 1890; U. S. spec. exam, surg.; 
mem. A. M. A. ; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. ; Med. Surg. Assn., W. Tenn. ; 
St. Med. Soc; Sec. Otol., Intern. Med. Cong., Washington, 1887; 
Author: contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Tennessee. Residence: 
Equitable Building, Memphis, Tenn. 

SINCLAIR, Surg.=Gen. David; surgeon; b. 1847; s. of William Sin- 
clair, Milltimber, Peterculter; ed. Aberdeen Grammar School; grad. 
Aberd. Univ. (M.B., CM.) ; m. Jane Birnie, 2nd d. of late John 
Ferguson, advocate, Aberdeen; decorated for services in Burma; 
M.B., CM. (Aberdeen), C.S.I., 1899; hon. surg. to H.E. the Vice- 
roy; Indian Medical Service; retired. Clubs: East India United 
Service; Caledonian United Service, Edinburgh. 

SKELTON, Leonard Lawshe; physician; b. Elizabeth, III; s. Wm. 
D. and Eleanor (Lawshe) Skelton; ed. high sch., Evanston, 111.; 
grad. Northw. Univ., 1885 ; post-grad, A.M., 1887, M.D., N. W. U. 
Med. Sch., 1889; m. 1902, Antoinette Juergens, Appleton, Wis.; 
Interne Mercy Hosp., 1889 ; asst. phys. 111. State Hosp. for Insane, 
Kankakee, 1890-91 ; prof. nerv. and ment. dis. Am. Sch. Med. and 
Surg., Chicago, and 111. Med. Coll. ; prof, physiol. Chic. Coll. Dent. 
Surg.; prof, internal medicine, Chic. Clin. Sch. Author: num. art. 


on nervous subjs. in med. journs. Residence: 42 Seeley Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

SKINNER, Henry; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1861 ; s. Wm. S. and 
C. J. Skinner ; ed. Rugby Acad, and pub. schs., Univ. Pa. ; grad. 
latter, 1881 ; post-grad. M.D., 1884; m. 1886, Celia A. Beck, Phila.; 
mem. Pa. Hist. Soc. ; Sec. and curator Am. Ent. Soc. ; Assn. State 
Entom., Pa. ; fel. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. ; Acad. Nat. Sci. ; Geog. Soc, 
etc. Author: num. papers on entomology; Synonymical Catalogue 
of Rhopaloceras, Phila. ; editor Entomological News. Clubs: Dela- 
ware Co., Field; N. Y., Entom. Soc. Residence: 716 N. 20th St., 
Phila., Pa. 

SLOC.UM, Charles Elihu; physician; b. Northville, N. Y.; s. Caleb 
W. and Elizabeth (Bass) Slocum; ed. com. sch., Northville, Ft. 
Edward, N. Y. Coll., Univ. Mich. ; grad. Coll. Phys. Surgs., N. Y. 
City and Jefferson Coll.; post-grad. Ph.D., Univ. Pa., and LL.D., 
Defiance Coll.; m. 1900, Dr. Sophia B. Craver, Toledo, O. ; prof, 
vocal and respir. organs, Defiance Coll. Mus. ; prof, psychol. and 
ethics, Cleveland Coll. Phys. Surg., 1896-00; prof, biol, Defiance 
Coll. ; mem. State and Co. Med. Socs. ; A. M. A. ; Acad. Nat. Sci. ; 
Am. Micro. Soc. ; Am. Pub. Heal. Assn. ; A. A. Adv. Sci. ; many 
local socs. and assns. Author: several works on genealogy, 1882- 
1905, Defiance, O. ; contribs. to med. journs. Residence: Defiance, O. 

SMITH, Charles Gregory; eclec. physician; b. Kyle, O. ; s. Samuel 
H. and Eliz. (Gregory) Smith; ed. pub. sch., Kyle, and Cincin- 
nati, O. ; grad. Eclect. Med. Inst., Cin., 1890; unmarried; prof, and 
demons, chem. Eclect. Med. Inst. ; mem. Bd. Education, Cin. ; pres. 
Cin. Eel. Med. Soc; ex-pres. State Eel. Med. Assn.; Nat. Eel. 
Med. Assn. Residence: 224 Dorchester Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

SMITH, CJarence Austin; physician; b. Derby, Conn., 1861 ; s. E. S. 
and Eliza H. Smith; ed. pub. sch., Derby; acad., Yale, B.A., 1882; 
grad. Colo. Univ., 1887; post-grad., Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 1887; 
m. 1890, Susan C. Chichester, Geneseo, N. Y. ; pract. in Seattle since 
1902. Author: ed.-in-chief Northwest Medicine since 1903. Resi- 
dence: 1305 E. Mercer St., Seattle, Wash. 

SMITH, Dean T.; homeo. physician; b. Portland, Mich., i860; .?. 
John E. and Amelia J. (Tyler) Smith; ed. pub. sch., B.Sc, Univ. 
Neb., 1887; grad. latter, 1887; post-grad., M.D., Chic. Homeo. Med. 
Coll., 1889 ; m. 1894, Ella A. Snook, Jackson, Mich. ; prof, surgery 
and clin. surgery, Univ. Mich. ; mem. Am. Inst. Homeo. ; Mich. 


St. Homeop. Med. Soc. (pres.). Residence: 712 E. Washington 
St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

SMITH, Elsworth, Jr.; physician; b. St. Louis, Mo., 1864; s. Els- 
worth F. and Isabelle (Chenee) Smith; ed. pub. sch. and Univ. St. 
Louis; grad. latter, 1884; post-grad., A.B., 1884, A.M., M.D., 1887; 
m. 1900, Grace Piatt; clin. prof, med., Washington Univ.; phys. 
St. Louis and other hosps., etc. Author: many contribs. to med. 
journs. Clubs: University, and Normandy Park. Residence: 4502 
Maryland Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

SMITH, Ferd. Jacob Endres; physician; b. Chicago, 111., 1862; ed. 
pub. sch. Davenport, la., State Coll., Ames, la.; grad. la. Univ.; 
post-grad. Heidelberg, Germany; m. 1889, Anna M. Hodgetts, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; prof, physiol. chem., Drake Univ. Med. Coll.; mem. 
State and Co. Med. Socs. ; I. A. R. ; Surg., Am. Forestry Assn., etc. 
Residence: Drake University, Des Moines. la. 

SMITH, Henry Lee; physician; b. Ashland, Va., 1868; s. Maj. John 
T. and Margaret (Marshall) Smith; ed. priv. sch. and Episc. high 
sch., Alexandria, Va.; grad. Univ. Md., 1894; post-grad. Johns 
Hopkins, Berlin, Graz, and Marburg; prof. med. Worn. Med. 
Coll. ; clin. asst, Johns Hopkins Hosp. Disp. Author: many contribs. 
to med. journs. Clubs: Baltimore, Country, Sons of Revolution. 
Residence: 2535 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 

SMITH, J. Lorrain; M.A., M.D.; prof, of pathology, Queen's Coll., 
Belfast, Ireland. 

SMITH, Seth MacCuen; physician; b. Hollidaysburg, Pa., 1864; s. 
Dr. G. W. and Elizabeth (MacCuen) Smith; ed. Hollidaysb. Acad, 
and priv. tut.; grad. Jefferson Coll., Phila. ; post-grad. stud. Europe; 
m. Virginia Allen, Germantown; prof, otol., Jeff. Med. Coll., and 
otol., Jeff, and Jewish Hosps. ; otol. and laryngol. to Germant. Hosp. ; 
mem. 1st v.-pres. Am. Laryng., Rhinol. and Otol. Socs. ; Coll. Phys., 
Phila. ; A. M. A. ; State and Co. Med. Socs. ; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs.; chapter on dis. of the ear, 
Hare's Syst. of Therap. ; edit, transl. from Germ., Bruhl and Polit- 
zer's Otology. Clubs: Union League, University, etc. Residence: 
218 W. Chelten Ave., Germantown, Phila., Pa. 

SMITH, Professor William Robert; physician; barrister-at-law ; J.P. 
for the County of London; b. Plumstead, 1850; j. of Captain R. T. 
Smith ; ed. Univs. of Aberdeen and Edinburgh ; grad. M.D., Aberd., 
D.Sc. Edin., D.P.H. Cantab., F.R.S. Edin. ; prof, of forensic 
medicine and director of the laboratories of state med. in King's 


Coll., London ; late medical officer of the School Board for London, 
and medical officer of health for Woolwich ; public analyist for Wool- 
wich; founder and pres. of the Brit. Inst, of Public Health; Her 
Majesty, the Queen, in 1897, as mark of her approval, commanded 
that it should be called The Royal Institute of Public Health, and 
became its patron ; manager of the Metropolitan Asylum Board ; 
first medical adviser of the School Board ; mem. departmental com- 
mittee of the education department; Harben lect. for 1899; 1902 
awarded Harben gold medal ; brigade surg. lieut.-col. to the City 
of London Vol. Inf. Brig., and London Rifle Brig. ; ex-mem. de- 
partmental committee of the war office in 1887. Author: The 
Laboratory Text-book of Public Health ; editor of the 7th edition of 
Guy and Ferrier's Forensic Medicine; Diphtheria, etc. Clubs: Royal 
Societies, Savage, Pilgrims'. Address: 74 Great Russell St., Blooms- 
bury Square, London, W. C. ; Plumstead, Kent, Eng. 

SMITH, William Thayer; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1839; s. Asa 
Dodge and Sarah A. (Adams) Smith; ed. pub. and priv. schs., N. 
Y. City, Andover, Mass.; grad. Yale Univ., i860; post-grad. M.D. 
Dartmouth, 1878; N. Y. Univ., 1870; hon. LL.D., Dartmouth, 1897; 
m. 1885, Susan W. Kellogg, Norwich, Vt., (dead) ; mem. pres. 
N. H. Med. Soc. ; A. Acad. Med. Author: Elementary Physiology 
and Hygiene, N. Y., 1884; Primer of Physiol, and Hyg., same, 
1885; var. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: Hanover, N. H. 

SMITHWICK, John Washington Pearce; physician; b. Bertie Co., 
N. C, 1870; s. John T. and Elizabeth S. Smithwick; ed. Plymouth 
high sch., Univ. N. C. ; grad. Univ. Md. ; m. 1897, Sallie Thomp- 
son, Aurora, N. C. ; mem. N. Y. Medico-Leg. Soc. ; Elisha Mitch. 
Sci. Soc, N. C. ; hon. v.-pres. Am. Cong, on Tuberculosis. Author: 
editor Southern Medical Journal; collab. N. C. Medical Journal, 
1896-97; Ornithology of N. C, Raleigh, 1897; many valuable arti- 
cles in med. journs. Residence: La Grange, N. C. 

SMYLY, William J.; physician; b. Dublin, 1850; 3rd s. of late 
Josiah Smyly and Ellen, d. of Matthew Franks ; cd. at home ; grad. 
M.D. Trin. Coll., Dublin; post-grad. stud. Vienna; m. Eleanor 
Colpoyse, y. d. of Henry Tweedy, M. D. ; hon. pres. Glasgow 
Obstetrical and Gynecological Soc. ; master of Rotunda Hosp., 
Dublin, 1889-96; gynecol. Adelaide Hosp., Dublin; mem. 
F.R.C.P.I. Author: var. papers and reviews in med. journs., 
Allbutt's System of Medicine, etc. Clubs: Friendly Brothers of St. 


Patrick, Constitutional, Dublin. Address: 58 Merrion Square, Dub- 
lin, Ireland. 

SOLIER, Charles H.; physician; b. Lockport, O., 1861 ; s. Francis 
and Catherine S.; ed. pub. sch., A. B. Oberlin Coll., 1884; grad. 
L. I. Coll. Hosp., 1888; m. 1896, Julia B. Winslow, Evanston, Wyo.; 
supt. Wyoming St. Hosp.; mem. A. M. A.; State Med. Soc. ; ex- 
pres. Rocky Mount. Interst. Med. Assn. Author: contrib. to med. 
journ. Residence: Evanston, Wyoming. 

SOLLMANN, Torald Hermann; physician; b. Coburg, Germany, 
1874; s. August and Adelhaid (Eckhart) Sollmann; ed. gymn. Co- 
burg, and Paris; grad. Western Reserve Med. Coll., 1898; post-grad. 
Strasburg, Germany, 1899; m. 1902, Alice M. Sersall, Warren, Pa.; 
demons, physiol., 1895-99; lect. pharmac, 1889-01; asst. prof, 
pharmac. and mat. med. since 1901, West Res. Univ.; mem. A. M. 
A.; Am. Therap. Soc; Soc. Expos. Biol.; Am. Physiol. Soc, etc. 
Author: Textbook of Pharmacology, Phila., 1901 ; Textbook of 
Materia Medica, Phila., 1904; many contribs. to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 102 Handy St., Cleveland, O. 

SOLLY, S. Edwin; physician; b. 1845 '> s - °f * ate Samuel Solly, F.R.S. ; 
ed. Rugby Sch.; grad. M.D., St. Thomas' Hosp. Med. Coll.; m. 
Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Mellor, Bilboro', Pennsylvania, U. S. A.; 
appointments in succession at the hosp.; practising his profession, 
London, 1867-74; since then in active practice in Colorado; mem. 
ex-pres. of the Am. Climatol. Assn. and of the Am. Laryngol., 
Rhinol. and Otol. Socs. Author: Handbook of Medical Climatology ; 
Tubercular Laryngitis; Temperament; The Relation of Nasal Dis- 
ease to Pulmonary Tuberculosis ; The Influence of Altitude upon the 
Blood ; num. med. essays. Clubs: University, Denver ; El Paso, 
Colorado Springs. Address: 2 North Cascade Ave., Colorado 
Springs, Col. 

SOMERS, George Burbank; physician; b. S. Francisco, Cal., 1862; 
s. Wm. J. and Kate (Burbank) Somers; ed. pub. sch., S. F. ; acad. 
Harvard, 1886; grad. Cooper Med. Coll., 1888; m. Mary J. Mc- 
Intyre Hooper; prof, gynecol. Cooper Med. Coll.; mem. Co., State, 
and Nat. Med. Assns. Author: var. contribs. to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 2662 Vallejo St., San Francisco, Cal. 

SPANKIE, William; physician; b. Kingston, Ont., Can., 1859; s. 
Wm. G. and Margaret A. (Lanktree) Spankie; ed. pub. and priv. 
schs., Kingston; Queen's Univ., Kingston; grad. Roy. Coll. Phys. 
Surgs., Kingston, 1885; m. 1881, Mary Gael Willard, Kingston; 


inspector of pub. schs., Co. of Frontenac, since 1886; med. health 
officer, township of Wolfe Isl. ; mem. Med. Cong., Ont. ; Kingston 
Dist. Med. and Surg. Soc, etc. Prize essays, Development of Brain 
Power and Relations of Plants and Animals. Residence: Kingston, 
Ont., Can. 

SPENCER, George Warren; homeo. physician; b. Shalersville, O., 
1850; s. Alex, and Mary E. Spencer; ed. country sch. and Hiram 
and Oberlin Colls., O. ; grad. Mich. Univ., 1878 ; post-grad. Co- 
lumbia, 1897, and London, Eng., and Paris; m. 1880, Lulu A. 
Thompson, Collingwood, O. ; prof, physiol. and dermatol., Cleve- 
land Homeo. Med. Coll. ; mem. Am. Inst. Homeo. ; State Homeo. 
Soc; N. E. Ohio Med. Soc; Cleveland Homeo. Med. Soc. Author: 
num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 3188 Cedar Ave., Cleve- 
land, O. 

SPENCER, Herbert Ritchie; physician and surgeon; b. Atherstone, 
i860; 2nd s. of late Henry Spencer, Atherstone; ed. Atherstone 
Grammar Sch.; grad. M.D., B.S., Univ. Coll., London; prof, of 
midwifery, Univ. Coll., London, since 1893 ; obstet. phys. to Univ. 
Coll. Hosp. since 1887 ; exam, in midwifery and diseases of women 
in Univ. of Oxf., London; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: Papers on 
Midwifery and Diseases of Women. Address: 104 Harley St., 
London, Eng. 

SPENCER, Surgeon=General Lionel Dixon; C.B. 1895; physician 
and surgeon ; b. Gateshead-on-Tyne, 1842 ; y. c. of William Spencer 
and Jane Rewcastle; ed. priv. sch., Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Sch. of 
Med.; grad. M.D., St. Andrews; M.R.C.S., England; L.S.A., Lon- 
don; m. Lamond, d. of Alexander Harvey, M.D., prof. Aberdeen 
Univ., 1872; entered Indian Med. Service, 1865; retired, 1902; 
decorated principal medical officer of expedition which entered 
Waziristan, 1894-95, under Lieut-General Sir W. Lockhart, K.C.B. ; 
late principal med. officer, Punjab Command. Club: East India 
United Service. Address: care of Messrs. Grindlay & Co., 55 Par- 
liament St., London, Eng. 

SPENCER, Walter George; surgeon; .?. of Walter Spencer, Little 
Chalfield, Wilts ; ed. Weymouth Coll. ; St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; 
junior, senior, and Lawrence scholar; grad. M.S., M.B., Univ. of 
London ; m. Elizabeth, d. of W. Charlton, CE. ; surg. and lect. 
on surgery, Westminster Hosp. ; exam, in surgery, Univ. of Lon- 
don ; late lect. on physiology, Westminster Hosp. Med. Sch. ; exam, 
in physiol., conj. exam, board, Roy. Coll. of Phys., London, and of 


Surg., Eng. ; in charge of the department for diseases of the nose 
and throat; Jacksonian prizeman, 1889; Arris and Gale lect., 1895; 
Erasmus Wilson lect., 1896 and 1897; Royal Coll. of Surgs. ; surg! 
to the Westminster Hosp. ; mem. F.R.C.S., Eng. Author: Walsham 
and Spencer Theory and Practice of Surgery; Joint author with Mr. 
H. T. Butlin, Diseases of the Tongue; contribs. to med. socs. and 
journs. Address: 35 Brook St., London, Eng. 
SPRAGUE, James Silvanus; physician; b. Demorestville, Ont., Can., 
1844; s. Nostrand Sprague and Hannah M. (Barton) Sprague; ed. 
com. sch., Belleville, (Albert Coll.), Vict. Univ. Coburg; grad. Vict. 
Univ., Cob. and Toronto Univs.; m. Charlotte Haggarty, West 
Huntingdon, Ont.; pioneer practitioner in Humboldt Co., la., 
1869-74; ex-exam. med. jurisp., Toronto Univ.; exam, in med., 
Coll. Phys. Surgs.; Med. Counc, Prov., Ont.; mem. Can. Med. 
Assn.; la. Bd. Med. Examiners., etc. Author: Medical Ethics, 
Toronto, 1903; Ideals in Medicine; contribs. to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: Stirling, Ont., Can. 
STALKER, Alexander Mitchell; physician; b. Leven, Fife, 1853; e- 
s. of Daniel Stalker ; ed. Leven ; Edinburgh High Sch. and Uni'v. ; 
Leipzig Univ. ; first class in mental philosophy, and Sir David Bax- 
ter scholar; grad. M.A., M.D. ; m. Jane, d. of Dr. J. W. Miller, Dun- 
dee; passed through all lower steps in Dundee Royal Infirmary to 
physician, 1888; medical officer to H. M. Prison, 1898; prof, of medi- 
cine in St. Andrews Univ. since 1898. Author: various papers, con- 
trib. to the medical journs. Address: 156 Perth Road, Dundee, 
STARR, Nathan; homeo. physician; b. Paris, 111., i860; s. William 
and Mary (Hess) Starr; ed. com. sch., Paris, 111., and Univ. of 111.; 
grad. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 1889; m. 1883, Ida Grace 
Hall, Paris ; mem. pres. 111. Homeo. Med. Assn. ; East. 111. Homeo. 
Med. Assn. ; Am. Inst. Homeo. Author: contribs. to med. journs. 
and transac. of socs. Clubs: (Frat). Residence: 947 6th St 
Paris, 111. 

STEDMAN, Henry R.; physician; b. Boston, Mass., 1849; *■ Dr. 
Chas. H. and Lucy (Ingalls) Stedman; ed. Boston Latin Sch., 
acad. Harvard Coll.; grad. latter; post-grad. M.D., 1875, Harv. ; 
m. 1879, Mabel Weiss, Danvers, Mass.; supt. and dir. of pr'iv. hosp' 
for insane, Boston; trustee of Taunton Insane Hosp.; mem. pres. 
Am. Neurol. Assn. ; Am. Med.-Psychol. Assn. ; Bos. Soc. Psychiat. 
and Neurol.; and Soc. Med. Improvt.; N. Y. Psychiatr. Soc, etc. 


Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Union, St. Botolph, 
Boston; Harvard, N. Y. Residence: Smith St., Brookline, Mass. 
STEDMAN, Thomas Lathrop; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1853; s. 
George Turner and Abigail (Porter) Stedman; ed. pub. sch., New 
London, Conn, and Cincinnati; grad. Hartford, 1874; post-grad. 
surg., Columbia, 1877; A.M., Hartford, 1896; m. 1893, Linda E. 
Wadman, N. Y. City ; mem. N. Y. Acad. Med. ; Nat. Geog. Soc. ; 
Med. Soc. Co. N. Y. ; Soc. Francaise de Hyg., Paris. Author: 
editor Medical Record, 20th Century Prac. of Medicine, N. Y. 
1895-99; Pocket Guide to Europe (Ann) N. Y. ; A Chinese and 
English Phrase Book, 1888, N. Y. ; Modern Greek Mastery, 1876, 
N. Y. Clubs: Century, Nat. Arts. Residence: 51 Fifth Ave., N. 
Y. City. 

STEELE, Daniel A. K.; physician; b. Eden, O., 1852; s. Daniel and 
Mary L. Steele; ed. Oakdale Acad., Ill; grad. Chicago Med. Coll., 
1873 ; m. 1876, Alice L. Tomlinson, Rantoul, 111. ; one of the founders 
of the Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Chic, 1883; mem. Chic. Path. Soc; 
Chic Med. Soc. (pres., 1885); ex-pres. Chic. Med.-Legal Soc; A. 
M. A. ; State Med. Soc. Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. 
Clubs: Chic Athletic, Calumet, etc Residence: 2820 Indiana Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

STERNBERG, George M.; surgeon; b. 1838; .?. of Rev. L. Stern- 
berg, D.D. ; ed. Hartwick Seminary, Otsego Co., N. Y. ; grad. M.D., 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., N. Y., i860; LL.D., Univ. of Michigan 
and Brown Univ.; m. 1869, Martha L. Pattison ; asst. surg., U. S. 
A., 1861 ; surgeon-general of the U. S. Army, 1893; retired, 1902; 
mem. pres. Am. Public Health Assn., 1887; pres. A. M. A., 1897. 
Author: Malaria and Malarial Diseases, 1889; Manual of Bacteriol- 
ogy, 1892; Immunity and Serum-Therapy, 1895; Infection and Im- 
munity, 1903 ; numerous scientific papers and addresses. Club: 
Cosmos. Address: 2144 California Ave., Washington, D. C. 

STEVENS, Geo. Thos.; physician; b. Essex Co., N. Y., 1832; s. Rev. 
Chauncey Coe and Lucinda (Hoadley) Stevens; ed. pub. sch., N. 
Y. State ; grad. Castleton, Vt, Med. Coll., 1857 ; M - D -> ph - D -> Union 
Coll.; m. 1861, Harriet W. Wadhams; served in Civil War; prof, 
physiol. and dis. of the eye, Union Univ., 1870-75 ; prizeman, Roy. 
Acad, of Belgium, 1883; inventor of many surg. instruments; mem. 
many Amer. and num. foreign socs. Author: Les Maladies des 
Centres Nerveux, 1883 Belgium; Les Muscles Moteur de l'Oeil, 


1892; many articles on ophthal. subjs. Residence: 22 E. 46th St., N. 
Y. City. 

STEVENS, William Corning; physician; b. Lodi, Mich., 1852; s. 
Oscar D. and Ann (Hood) Stevens; ed. high sch., Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; grad. Univ. Mich., 1874; post-grad. Edin., Lond., Paris; 
m. 1878, Clara White, Ann Arbor; prof, obstet., Mich. Coll., Med. 
Surg., 1894-00; prof, obstet. and clin. gynecol., 1900-03; prof, gyne- 
col. since then; mem. A. M. A.; State and Co. Med. Socs. ; Mich. 
Surg, and Pathol. Soc, etc. Author: contribs. to med. lit. Resi- 
dence: 385 14th Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

STEWART, James; physician; b. Edinburgh, 1831 ; s. of James 
Stewart, Perthshire ; ed. Edinburgh High Sch., Perth. Acad. ; grad. 
M.D., Edinburgh and Glasgow Univs. ; Erlangen, Germany ; Glasgow, 
1866; D.D., Glasgow, 1892; m. Mina Stephen, y. d. of Alexander 
Stephen, shipbuilder, Glasgow ; traveled through most of Europe, in- 
cluding Greece and Turkey, 1858-59; later through North America to 
Pacific coast ; joined Livingstone's Zambesi Expedition, 1862 ; founded 
Blythswood Mission Institute, Transkei ; later Kibwezi Mission, be- 
tween Mombasa and Uganda, memorial of Sir William MacKinnon ; 
with these intervals, in charge of Lovedale Missionary Institution 
since 1870; elected Moderator General Assembly Free Church of 
Scotland, 1899- 1900; appointed to Duff Missionary Lectureship, 
1902; Missionary, Gen. and Med. in Africa, chiefly at Lovedale, S. 
Africa; hon. F.R.C.S. Author: mostly missionary; Lovedale, Past 
and Present, 1884; Lovedale Illustrated, 1894; Livingstonia, its 
Origin (private circulation), 1894; contributions to Good Words, 
Sunday Magazine, Royal Geographical Soc. Magazine ; Kaffir Phrase- 
Book and Vocabulary, 1898; Outlines Kaffir Grammar, 1902; Dawn 
in the Dark Continent, 1903 ; The Duff Missionary Lectures. Ad- 
dress: Lovedale Mission, South Africa; United Free Church Offices, 
Edinburgh, Scotland. 

STEWART, Thomas Milton; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1866; s. 
Henry C. and Irene (Rail) Stewart; ed. pub. sch., Cincinnati; 
Chickering Inst; grad. Pulte Med. Coll., 1887, (M.D.) ; N. Y. 
Ophthalm. Hosp., 1888; post-grad. Berlin, Munich, Vienna, and 
Paris ; m. 1889, Alice Buck, Cincinnati, O. ; prof, ophthalm. and 
laryngol., Pulte Med. Coll. ; mem. ex-pres. Cin. Homeo. Lye. ; O. 
St. Med. Soc. ; Am. Inst. Homeo. ; Am. Homeo. Ophthalmol., and 
Otol.-Laryngol. Soc, etc. Clubs: Sons of Am. Rev. Residence: 
3941 Forest Ave., Cincinnati, O. 


STIRLING, W.; physician; b. 1851; s. of Francis Stirling and Isa- 
bella Crawford, nr. Grangemouth, Stirlingshire; ed. Dollar Inst.; 
grad. M.D. (Edin.), D.Sc. (Edin.), LL.D. (Glasgow); Univ. of 
Edinburgh; Leipsic; Coll. de France, Paris; m. Elisabeth Ferguson 
Crawford; formerly asst. to the Regius prof, of nat. hist., and to 
the prof, of physiol., Univ. of Edinb. ; formerly Regius prof, of the 
Institutes of Medicine, Univ. of Aberd. ; stud, at Leipsic and at 
Paris; prof, of physiol. and histol., and dean of the faculty of med. 
in the Victoria Univ. of Manchester. Author: var. publications on 
histological and physiological subjects; Textbooks on Practical His- 
tology; Practical Physiology; Historical, some Apostles of Phys- 
iology, and num. contribs. to med. press. Address: The University, 
Owens College, Manchester, Eng. 

STOCKHAM, Alice B.; hygienic and eclectic physician; b. Carding- 
ton, O., 1833 ; d. Slocum Bunker and Matilda Wood ; ed. com. sch., 
Mich. ; grad. Chicago Homeo. Coll., 1882 ; post-grad. Eclectic Coll., 
Cincinnati, O., 1854-55; m. 1856, Dr. G. H. Stockham; 1889, visited 
England, Russia, Sweden, and Finland; 1891, visited China, India, 
Japan; developed her system of hygiene and child training. Author: 
Tokology 1883; Koradine, 1893; Karezza, 1896; Wedding Night, 
1899; and many valuable contribs. to hygienic literature, pub. 
Chicago. Residence: 70 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

STOCKING, Leonard; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1847; s - Walter and 
Rebecca S.; ed. pub. sch., Wis., priv. acad. ; grad. Univ. Mich., 1870; 
M.D., St. Louis Med. Coll., 1876; m. 1876, Helen L.Whiteman, Anna, 
111.; phys. 111. South Hosp. for Insane, 1878-90; phys.-in-charge, 
Brewster Sanitar., San Diego, Cal., 1890-94; asst. supt., Agnew's 
State Hosp., Agnew, Cal., 1894-02 ; med. supt., same, since then. 
Residence: State Hospital, Agnew, Cal. 

STOCKMAN, Ralph; physician; b. Leith, 1861 ; s. of W. J. Stockman, 
merchant ; ed. high sch., Edinburgh ; grad. M.D., Univ., same ; post- 
grad, stud. Vienna and Strassburg ; asst. in the Univ. of Edinburgh 
for six years, and afterwards lect. on Materia Medica in the Sch. of 
Med. ; practised medicine there, and held sev. hosp. appointments ; 
prof, of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Univ. of Glasgow ; mem. 
F.R.C.P.E., F.F.P.S.G., F.R.S.E., etc. Author: numerous contribs. 
to med. journs. Address: University, Glasgow, Scotland. 

STOCKTON, Charles G.; physician; b. Madison, O., 1853; s. Dr. 
Chas. L. and Sarah (Shaver) Stockton; ed. com. sch., Painesville, 
O.; priv., Westfield, N. Y,; grad, Univ. Buffalo, N. Y„ 1878; m. 


1874, Mary L. Taylor, Westfield; prof, med., Univ. Buffalo; mem. 
Assoc. Amer. Phys. ; A. M. A. ; N. Y. State Med. Soc. ; Am. Assn. 
Adv. Sci. ; Washington Acad. Sci., etc. Author: contrib. to Cyclo- 
pedia of Medicine (Gould and Byle) ; Amer. Text-book of Applied 
Therapeutics ; and many other med. works and articles in med. press. 
Clubs: Church, Park, etc. Residence: 436 Franklin St., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

STORER, Horatio Robinson; surgeon; b. Boston, Mass., 1830; s. Dr. 
D. Humphreys Storer and Abby J. (Brewer) Storer; ed. Boston 
Latin Sch. ; grad. Harvard, A.M., 1853; LL.B., 1868; post-grad, stud, 
at London, Paris, Edinburgh ; ex-prof, obstet. and gynecol., Berk- 
shire Med. Coll. ; cons. surg. many hosps. ; mem. v-pres. A. M. A., 
1868; pres. Assoc. Am. Editors, 1871 ; pres. Gynec. Soc, Boston, and 
Newport Med. Soc. ; many other State and Co. Socs. ; also foreign 
socs. Author: several books. Now retired. Residence: Newport, 
R. I. 

STRICKLER, David Abner; homeo. physician; b. Chambersburg, Pa., 
1859; s. Jacob and Anna (Stouffer) Strickler; ed. pub. sch. and 
Chamb. Acad.; grad. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 1881 ; post-grad. 
work, N. Y. Sch. Med.; m. 1st, Susan R. Shick, Mt. Carroll, 111., 
1883; 2nd. Gertrude C. Olmsted, Duluth, Minn., 1887 (d. 1896); 
prof, ophthalm. and otol., Univ. Minn., 1887-95 5 Denver Homeo. 
Coll. since 1895, also dean of same ; Advisory Bd., City Heal. Comm., 
Denver, 1898-00; Adv. Bd., Co. Hosp., 1900-03; mem. ex-pres. Colo. 
St. Bd. Med. Exam., and Colo. Homeo. Soc; pres. Minn. Homeo. 
Inst. 1903-04. Author: edit.-in-chief Progress; many contribs. to 
med. journs. Residence: 705 14th St., Denver, Colo. 

STUART, Francis Hart; physician; b. Logansport, Ind., 1846; s. 
Judge Wm. Z. and Minerva Hart (Potter) Stuart; ed. com. sch.; 
grad. Dartmouth Coll., 1871 ; N. Y. Coll. Phys. Surgs. ; M.D., L. I. 
Coll. Hosp., 1873; post-grad. A.M., Hamilton, 1877; m. 1875, Re- 
becca Sabina Kemper, Washington, D. C. ; ex-ad j. phys. St. Peter's 
Hosp.; adj. surg. and lect. on obstet, L. I. Coll. Hosp.; obstet, 
Brooklyn Hosp. ; registr. Vit. Stat., Brooklyn Bd. Health ; mem. Co. 
Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. Acad. Med., N. Y. ; Am. Acad. Med. ; Brit. Med. 
Assn., etc. Author: contribr. to text-books and med. and surg. 
journs., translator, Vierordt's Med. Diagnosis, 1898, Phila. Clubs: 
Hamilton, University, Congregational. Residence: 123 Joralemon 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SUGGETT, 0. Le Grand; physician; b. Leroy, 111., 1873; s. Dr. Wil- 


Ham Le Grand and Alice (Rucker) Suggett; ed. high sch., Flora, 
111. ; Orchard City Norm. Coll. ; grad. Barnes Univ., St. Louis, 1893 ; 
prof, syphilol., assoc. prof, genito-urin. surgery, Barnes Univ. ; cons, 
surg. City and Fern. Hosps. and Centenary Hosp., St. Louis; mem. 
A. M. A. ; State and Local Med. Socs. Residence: 424 Commercial 
Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 
SWAIN, Henry Lawrence; physician; b. Nantucket, Mass., 1864; •*• 
George H. and Henrietta (Wicks) Swain; ed. com. sch., New Haven; 
grad. (M.D.) Yale, 1884; post-grad. Leipzig, Germ.; m. 1890, Etta 
V. Winchell, New Haven ; prof. otol. and laryng., Yale Univ. ; mem. 
City, Co. and State Med. Socs. ; A. M. A. ; ex-pres. Am. Laryngol. 
Assn. Author: contribs. to med. journs. Club: Graduates. Resi- 
dence: 232 York St., New Haven, Conn. 

TALBOT, Eugene Solomon; physician and dentist; b. Sharon, Mass., 
1847; s - Solomon and Emily (Estey) T. ; ed. pub. sch. and Staughton- 
ham Inst., Sharon; grad. 1872, Pa. Coll. Dent. Surgery; Rush Med. 
Coll., Chic, 1880; post-grad. M.S., Whitman Coll., Walla Walla; 
LL.D., Kenyon Coll., O. ; m. 1876, Flora Estey, Chicago; prof, 
stomatol. 111. Med. Coll.; hon. pres. Dent. Sect., 10th Intern. Med. 
Cong., Berlin, 1890 ; and 12th at Moscow, 1897 ; mem. A. M. A. ; Chic. 
Med. Soc. ; Fel. Chic. Acad. Med. ; and many foreign Socs. Author: 
Irregularities of the Teeth, Phila., 1888, 1890, 1901, 1903; 
Osseous Deformities of the Head, Chic, 1894; Degeneracy: Its 
Causes, Signs and Results, London, 1898; Chart of Typical Forms 
of Constitutional Interstitial Gingivitis, Chic, also Chart and Quiz 
Compend of Irregularities of the Teeth, Development of Pathology, 
Chic, 1905; and many contribs. on dental subjs. to med. journs. 
Residence: 198 Goethe St., Chicago, 111. 

TAYLOR, Charles Bell; surgeon; M.D., F.R.C.S.; hon. surg., Not- 
tingham and Midland Eye Infirmary; Fel. Med. Soc. London; late 
pres. Parisian Med. Soc Author: Diseases of the Eye, 3rd edit., 
1904. Address: 9 Park Row, Nottingham; Beechwood Hall, Map- 
perly Park, Notts, Eng. 

TAYLOR, Chas. Fremont; physician; b. Attica, Ind., 1856; ed. loc. 
pub. sch.; grad. Cent. Coll. Phys. Surgs., Indianapolis, 1880; mem. 
County and State Med. Socs.; A. M. A.; etc. Author: many works 


on social and economic themes ; editor The Medical World, Phila., Pa. 
Clubs: Art, Am. Acad, of Polit. and Soc. Science. Residence: 1520 
Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 

TAYLOR, Frederick; physician; b. 1847; s. of David Taylor, M.R. 
C.S., of Kennington; ed. Epsom Coll.; grad. Guy's Hospital; M.D. 
Univ. of London; m. Helen Mary, d. of Frederic Manby of East 
Rudham, Norfolk; Univ. Schol. in Obstet. and in Forens. Med.; 
pres. of the Clin. Soc. ; senior phys. to Guy's Hosp. ; exam, in med., 
Univ. of London; mem. F.R.C.P., etc. Author: A Manual of the 
Practice of Medicine; contribs. to med. socs. and journs. Clubs: 
Athenaeum, Alpine. Address: 20 Wimpole St., Cavendish Square, 
London, Eng. 

TAYLOR, Henry Ling; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1857; *• Dr - Chas - 
F. and Mary S. (Skinner) Taylor; ed. pub. sch., N. Y. City; grad. 
Yale, 1877; M - D -> Coll. Phys. Surgs., N. Y., 1881 ; m. 1890, Daisy 
Louise Brodt, Geneseo, N. Y. ; prof, orthop. surg., N. Y. Post-grad. 
Med. Sch. ; asst. surg. Hosp. Rupt. and Crip., N. Y. ; mem. A. M. A. ; 
Am. Orthop. Assn.; N. Y. Acad. Med.; and Co. Med. Soc; Am. 
Assn. Adv. Phys. Educ. ; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. Author: many 
valuable contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: National, Arts, Yale. 
Residence: 230 W. 99th St., N. Y. City. 

TAYLOR, John J.; physician; b. Attica, Ind., 1853; s. John J. and 
Amanda (Bartlett) T. ; ed. local com. schs. ; De Pauw Univ.; grad. 
Med. Chir. Coll., Phila., 1887; m. 1887, Nannie Carter, Bolivar, 
Tenn. ; mem. Co. and State Med. Socs.; A. M. A.; Geog. Soc, Phila. 
Author: The Physician as a Business Man, Phila., 1901 ; editor Med- 
ical Council. Clubs: American, Academic, Pol. and Soc. Science. 
Residence: 4105 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

TAYLOR, John Madison; physician; b. Lancaster Co., Pa., 1855; s. 
Wm. J. and Mary (Beardon) T. ; ed. loc. pub. sch. and Rugby Acad., 
Princeton Univ., A.B. and A.M.; grad. Univ. Pa., 1878; m. 1879, 
Emily Hayward Drayton, Phila. ; asst. to Dr. Weir Mitchell 16 
years ; in ranch life with Th. Roosevelt ; mem. Am. Acad. Med. ; Coll. 
Phys., Phila. ; Am. Neurol. Assn. ; Climatol. Assn. ; Co. Med. Soc. ; 
Phila. Ped. Soc. Author: Diseases of Children, Phila., 1898; assoc. 
ed. with Sajons Monthly Cyclop. Medical Sciences, and many con- 
tribs. to med. journs. Clubs: University, Princeton, County, etc. 
Residence: 1504 Pine St., Phila., Pa. 

TAYLOR, John William; b. Melksham, 1851 ; s. of late Rev. James 
Taylor of Lewes, Sussex, and Mary Matcham of Christchurch, 


Hants; ed. Kingswood Sch. ; grad. Charing Cross Hosp., London; 
post-grad. M.D. (Brux.), M.Sc. (Birm.), Exeter, Paris, and Berlin; 
m. 1889, Florence Maberly, d. of Joseph Holmes Buxton of London ; 
late res. med. and res. surg. officer Charing Cross Hosp. ; surg. Birm. 
Skin and Lock Hosp., 1880; prof, of Gynecol., Birmingham Univ.; 
surg. to the Birm. and Mid. Hosp. for Women ; cons, surg., Wolver- 
hampton Hosp. for Women, and cons, gynecol. surg., Birm. Skin 
and Urinary Hosp.; Ingleby Lecturer, 1898; Introductory Lecturer, 
Charing Cross Hosp. Med. Sch., 1901 ; mem. F.R.CS.E. ; pres. Mid. 
Med. Soc, 1897-98; Fel. of the Royal Obstetrical and British 
Gynecological Socs. ; pres. Brit. Gynecol. Soc, 1904. Author: 
Extra-Uterine Pregnancy, a Clinical and Operative Study, 1899; art. 
on Disorders of Pregnancy, Quain's Dictionary of Medicine, 1902; 
The Diminishing Birth-rate, 1904; and many papers in med. journs. 
Club: Clef, Birmingham. Address: 22 Newhall Street, Birmingham ; 
The Red House, Northfield, Worcestershire, Eng. 

TAYLOR, Lynn Gray; physician; b. New Phila., O., i860; s. Col. 
Oliver P. and Frances J. Taylor; ed. pub. sch. (local) ; grad. West 
Res. Univ., 1882; post-grad. N. Y. Post-grad. Med. Sch., 1884; m. 
1887, Katherine A. Anderson, New Phila., O. ; prof. Neurol., Univ. 
Kansas; prof, physiol., West. Dent. Coll., Kan. City; same, K. C. 
Coll. Pharm. and Nat. Sci. ; mem. Co. Med. Soc. ; K. C. Acad. Med. ; 
Mo. St. Med. Soc. ; A. M. A. Residence: 720 Woodland Ave., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

TAYLOR, Robert Tunstall; physician; b. Norfolk, Va., 1867; s. Rob- 
ertson T. and Baynham B. (Tunstall) T. ; ed. priv., Baltimore and 
Marston Univ. Sch.; B.A., Johns Hopkins Univ.; grad. same, 1879; 
post-grad. M.D., Univ. Va., 1891 ; stud. Johns Hop., Harv., Boston; 
m. 1891, Florence Templeman, Baltimore; clin. prof, orthop. surgery, 
Md. Univ. ; surg.-in-chief, Hosp. for Crip, and Def. Children, Bait. ; 
orthop. surg., Univ. Hosp. ; med. insp. pub. schs., etc. ; mem. Fel. 
Am. Orthop. Assn.; Med. Chir. Fac. of Md. ; A. M. A., etc. Author: 
Orthopedic Surgery, Phila., 1905 ; many contribs. to med. journs. 
Clubs: Baltimore, County, Elkridge, Monterey, etc. Residence: 
2000 Maryland Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

TAYLOR, Seymour; physician; b. Derby, 1851 ; s. of Thomas D. Tay- 
lor; ed. priv. ; grad. M.D., Aberdeen Univ. ; St. Thomas's Hosp., Lon- 
don (Prizeman) ; m. Edith, d. of Edgar W. Bishop, of Hendon Park, 
Mill Hill, N. W. ; formerly demonst. of Anat., St. Thomas's Hosp. ; 
phys. to the North Lond. Hosp. for Consumption; exam, in Anat., 


Aberdeen Univ. ; on the Conjoint Board Royal Coll. Phys. (London), 
and Roy. Coll. Surg. (England) ; phys. to the West London Hosp. 
and Equitable Life Ass. Soc. ; Fel. Roy. Medico-Chir. Soc. ; v-pres. 
and mem. of Council of Polyclinic and Medical Graduates' Coll. 
(Lond.) ; mem. F.R.C.P., Lond. Author: Index of Medicine, 
and numerous articles to med. journs. Club: Savage. Address: 16 
Seymour Street, Portman Square, London, Eng. 

TAYLOR, William Henry; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1835; s. 
Wm. and Emmeline T. ; ed. pub. schs. at Richmond ; grad. 1856, Va. 
Univ. ; served in Civil War ; State chem. of Va. ; form. chem. Dept. 
of Agric. ; prof. chem. toxicol., and med. jurisp., Med. Coll. Va., 
chairmn. of fac. ; prof. phys. and chem. Richmond high sch., 1873-01 ; 
mem. loc. med. socs. ; Med. Soc. Va. ; Local Bd. Health since 1886. 
Author: ex-dept. editor Old Dominion Journal of Medicine and Sur- 
gery; Book of Travels of a Doctor of Physics, 1871 ; Outlines of 
Physics, 1895; Outlines of Everyday Chemistry, Richmond, 1899; 
Fundamental Facts and Principles of Chemistry, same, 1901 ; Out- 
lines of Medical Jurisprudence, same, 1904 ; many contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: 610 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

THAYER, Charles Paine; physician; b. W. Randolph, Vt, 1843; *■ 
Dr. Samuel W. Thayer and Sarah L. (Pratt) T. ; ed. pub. sch., Bur- 
lington, Vt., and Univ. Vt. ; grad. Univ. Vt., 1865 ; m. 1872, Mary 
Alice Burns, Boston, Mass. ; served in Civil War ; city phys. Burling- 
ton, health off. ; prof. anat. and sec. fac. Tufts Coll. Med. Sch., 
since 1893; same in Tufts Coll. Dent. Sch. since 1899; mem. state 
and county med. socs. Author: Vt. Medical Register, 1877. Clubs: 
Sons of Vt., Vt. Assn. of Boston. Residence: 416 Huntingdon Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

THOMAS, Flavel Shurtleff; physician; b. Hanson, Mass., 1852; s. 
Isaac and Abbey (Shurtleff) T. ; ed. Phillips Andover Acad.; grad. 
Syracuse, B.S., 1885; M.S., 1886; Harv. Med. Sch., 1874, D. V. Sc. ; 
M'Gill, 1890; m, 1879, Caroline M. Smith, Titusville, Pa.; phys. to 
Gordon Rest Sanat, Hanson, since 1891 ; lect. comp. anat., Coll. 
Phys. Surgs., Boston, 1883; Hanson town phys. since 1879; phys. to 
Maquan Sanat. for Treatmt. of Chronic Dis. Author: many con- 
tribs. to med. lit. ; editor dept. Univ. Degrees and Bduc, Standard 
Diet., N. Y. Residence: Hanson, Mass. 

THOMAS, John Lynn; C.B. 1900; surgeon; b. 1861 ; s. of late Evan 
Thomas, Cwmgefeile, Llandyssul, Cardigan ; ed. priv. ; grad. London 
Hosp. and Vienna; R.C.P. London, 1886; m. 1892, d. of late Ed- 


ward Jenkins, Cardiff; served with Welsh Hosp. in South Africa 
(medal with three clasps) ; formerly sen. house surg. to the Cardiff 
Infirmary; house surg. to the London Hosp.; asst. surg. Binorwic 
Quarries Hosp. ; surg. of Cardiff Infirmary ; cons. surg. of the Ham- 
adryad Hosp., the Cardiff Disp., the Porth Hosp., and Bridgend 
Hosp.; surg.-capt. of 2nd Glamorgan Vol. Artillery; mem. F.R.C. 
S.E. ; hon. life member of St. John's Ambulance Assn. Author: 
Hutchinson's Prize Essay, 1890, and num. med. papers. Address: 
21 Windsor Place, and Greenlawn, Pen-y-lan, Cardiff; Stradmore, 
Cenarth R.S.O., Carmarthen, Wales. 

THOMPSON, Surgeon=Major Daniel Robert; surgeon; CLE., 1879; 
M.D., M.R.C.S., L.M.; entered Indian Med. Dept., 1867; surg.-maj., 
1879; retired, 1888; formerly surg. 1st District Madras Presidency; 
med. inspector of emigrants, Madras. Address: Grindlay and Co., 
54 Parliament St., London, Eng. 

THOMPSON, Edward Kenney; homeo. physician; b. Seville, O., 
1862; s. Edward D. and Lucetta (Smith) T. ; ed. com. sch., White- 
hall, Mich.; grad. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 1888; m. 1892, 
Mamie Holmes, Delavan, 111. ; prof, princ. and pract., Kansas City 
Hahnemann Coll.; mem. ex-pres. Kan. State Homeo. Soc. 1893. 
Residence: 112 Westport Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

THOMPSON, George Howard; physician; b. Memphis, Tenn., 1866; 
s. Judge Seymour D. and Lucy Augusta (Jennison) Thompson; ed. 
pub. sch., St. Louis, and Upper la. Univ. ; grad. Mo. Med. Coll., 
1888; Bellevue N. Y., 1889; post-grad. Leipzig and Berlin; m. 1892, 
Pauline A. Gerhard, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; prof. mat. med. Coll. Phys. 
Surgs., St. Louis; mem. (chart, and treas.) St. Louis Acad. Med. 
and Surg. Sciences. Author: ex-editor Regular Medical Visitor. 
Residence: 407 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. 

THOMPSON, J. Ashburton; physician; b. 1848; s. of late John 
Thompson, solicitor (Beaumont and Thompson, 19 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields); ed. St. Paul's Sch.; grad Univ. Coll.; Guy's Hosp. (Phys. 
Soc. prize, 1867) ; post-grad. M.D. (Bruss.) ; m. Lilian, d. of Sir 
Julian Salomons, K.C. ; surg. at King's Cross to the G. N. Ry. Co., 
1872-78; Council Obst. Soc. 1877-78; entered Civil Service of New 
South Wales, 1884 ; Hon. Fellow Incorporated Soc. of Med. Officers 
of Health ; corresp. mem. of the Epidemiol. Soc. ; exam, in Public 
Health, Univ. of Sydney, 1890-98; chairm. of Local Board of Exam, 
for the certificates of the Sanitary Institute from 1900 (this was the 
first board established by the institute outside the United Kingdom, 


and it was organized by him) ; chief med. officer of the Government 
of New South Wales ; pres. of the Board of Health ; permanent head, 
Dept. of Public Health. Author: Free Phosphorus in Medicine, 1874; 
History of Leprosy in Australia (Nat. Lep. Fund's prize) 1894; 
Leprosy in Hawaii, a Critical Enquiry, 1898; History of the Out- 
break of Plague at Sydney, 1900; and of a Second Outbreak, 1902; 
article Plague, in Gould and Pyle's Cyclopaedia of Medicine, U. S. A. ; 
many official reports and num. contribs. to sci. journs. on epidemiolog- 
ical subjects. Clubs: Thatched House; Australian, Sydney. Ad- 
dress: Sydney, Australia. 

THOMPSON, Reginald Edward; physician; b. London, 1834; s. of 
Mr. Serjeant Thompson; ed. Brighton Coll.; grad. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
(B.A., M.D.) ; m. d. of Prof. Augustus De Morgan, 1874; asst. phys. 
Brompton Hosp., 1869; phys., 1880-94; phys. to Seamen's Hosp., 
Greenwich, 1871-73; sec. to the Roy. Med. and Chir. Soc, 1880; 
v-pres., 1883 ; cons. phys. to Hosp. for Consumption, Brompton, 1894- 
1901 ; mem. F.R.C.P. Lond. Author: Family Phthisis, 1884; The 
Causes and Results of Pulmonary Haemorrhages, 1882; The Physical 
Examination of the Chest, 1884; De l'Examen de la Poitrine, Paris, 
1884; Therapeutical Value of Drug Smoking, etc. Address: 13 
Cheyne Gardens, Chelsea, London, Eng. 

THOMPSON, Silvanus Phillips; physician; b. York, 1851 ; J. of Sil- 
vanus Thompson, York; ed.Bootham Sch.,York; Flounders' Institute, 
Pontefract; Royal Sch. of Mines; grad. D.Sc, B.A. Lond., M.D. 
Konigsberg; m. Jane, d. of late James Henderson, Pollockshields, 
1881 ; Science Master, York; prof, of Experim. Phys., Univ. Coll., 
Bristol, 1876-85 ; principal and prof, of Phys. in the City and Guilds 
Technical Coll., Finsbury, since 1885 ; ex-pres. of Phys. Soc. ; ex- 
pres. of Instit. of Elect. Eng. ; and ex-pres. of the Rontgen Soc. ; 
mem. F.R.S. Author: Michael Faraday, 1898; technical works on 
Electricity, treatises on Dynamo-electric Machinery, and the Electro- 
magnet; Lectures on Light, and other optical works. Club: Sette of 
Odd Volumes. Address: City and Guilds Technical College, Fins- 
bury, London, Eng. 

THOMSON, ST. Clair; physician; b. Londonderry, Ireland, 1859; s. of 
J. Gibson Thomson of Ardrishaig, Argyllshire; ed. King's Coll., 
London ; grad. M.D., same ; post-grad. stud. Paris, Vienna and Laus- 
anne (M.D., 1891) ; asst. phys. for Diseases of the Throat in King's 
Coll. Hosp. ; cons. phys. to the Actors' Assn. ; late phys. to the Throat 
Hosp., Golden Square, and to the Roy. Italian Opera, and surg. to 


the Royal Ear Hosp. ; mem. F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S.;. (corresp.) Acca- 
demia Medica of Florence ; Amer. Laryngol. Assn. ; and Soc. Fran- 
chise de Laryngologie. Author: various bacteriological, physiolog- 
ical, and clinical papers on the throat and nose ; Atlas of Nasal Anat- 
omy; the Cerebro-Spinal Fluid; European editor of The Laryngo- 
scope. Club: Automobile. Address: 28 Queen Anne St, London, 

THOMSON, Sir William; Kt, cr. 1897; C.B. 1900; surgeon; b. 1843; 
y. s. of late William Thomson, Esq., Lanark ; ed. Queen's Coll., Gal- 
way; grad. A.B., M.D., M.Ch., Queen's Univ. 1872; M.A. hon. causa, 
1882 ; m. 1878, Margaret Dalrymple, d. of late Abraham Stoker, Esq., 
Chief Clerk, Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle; late lecturer on 
Anatomy, Carmichael Sch. Med. ; Gen. Sec, Royal Acad. Med., Ire- 
land; exam, in Surg., Queen's Univ., and Royal Coll. Surg., Ireland; 
hon. surg. to the King in Ireland ; had charge of Lord Iveagh's Irish 
Hosp., South African Campaign, 1900 (despatches) ; surg. to Rich- 
mond Surg. Hosp., Dublin ; ex-pres. Royal Coll. of Surg., Ireland ; 
late mem. Senate Royal Univ., Ireland; direct rep. for Ireland on 
Gen. Med. Coun. ; late surg. to H. E. the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland ; 
late surg. to Queen Victoria in Ireland ; exam. Army Medical Dept. 
Author: Ligature of Arteria Innominata, 1882 ; Injuries and Diseases 
of the Genito-Urinary Organs, 1877 (ed.) ; Power's Surgical An- 
atomy of the Arteries, 1881 (ed.) ; Some Diseases of the Rectum and 
Anus, 1899; Operative Treatment of Enlarged Prostate, 1903; num. 
contribs. to med. journs. Address: 54 St. Stephen's Green, East, 
Dublin, Ireland. 

THORNE, James Prescott; physician; b. Amboy, 111., 1868; s. Rufus 
B. and Mary A. Thorne; ed. pub. sch. (local); priv. tut.; grad. 
Northwestern Univ. Med. Sch., 1890; m. 1892, Ella May Arnold; 
att. ocul. Palmer Memor. Hosp. ; mem. Cent. Wis., and Wis. State 
Med. Socs. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Wiscon- 
sin Medical Recorder. Residence: Janesville, Wis. 

TIEDEMANN, Ernst Friedrich; physician; b. Ratisbon, Germany, 
1861 ; s. F. O. and Wilhelmine (Kayser) Tiedemann; ed. com. sch., 
Germany, and St. Louis ; grad. St. Louis Med. Coll. ; post-grad. stud. 
Berlin, 1878 and 1903 ; m. 1887, Bertha McK. W. Groves ; prof, 
pathol. and bacterid., Beaumont Med. Coll., 1901 ; lect. bacteriol., 
Marion Sims Med. Coll., 1901 ; prof, pathol. and bacteriol., Med. 
Dept., Wash. Univ., since 1902. Residence: 1806 Locust St., St. 
Louis, Mo. 


TODD, Frank C; physician; b. Minneapolis, Minn., i860; ed. pub. 
sch. (loc.) ; and Manual Training Sch., St. Louis ; grad. Univ. Minn. ; 
m. 1894, Mabel Odell, Chicago; prof, ophthalm. and otol., Univ. of 
Minn. ; sec. sect, ophthalm., Am. M. A., 1903 ; mem. Minn. Acad. 
Med.; A.M.A.; Fel. Am. Acad. Ophthalm., Otol.; etc. Residence: 
411 Groveland Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

TODD, Martillus L.; physician; b. 1869, N. Y. City; 5. Hollis D. and 
Laura (Park) Todd; ed. com. sch. Fremsburg, N. Y., and Chamber- 
lain Inst. ; grad. Baltimore Med. Coll., 1897; m. 1889, Mary E. Davis, 
Fremsburg; assoc. prof, anat., Baltimore Med. Coll.; mem. loc. Med. 
and Surg. Assn.; Medico-Chir. Fac. Residence: 1202 E. Monument 
St., Baltimore, Md. 

TOMPKINS, Christopher; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1848; J. 
Christopher O. and Ellen T. ; ed. pub. sch. (loc.) ; William and Mary 
Univ.; grad. latter, Ph.B., 1868; Med. Coll. Va., 1870; post-grad. 
work N. Y. City; m. 1877, Bessie McCan, Richmond; ex-chief city 
dispensary ; ex-lect. mat. med., therap., and asst. in surg. and obstet., 
Med. Coll. Va. ; prof. anat. same, 1880-81; prof, obstet., 1884-99; 
emer. prof, same; dean Med. Coll. Va., 1892-94; mem. founder Med. 
Soc. Va. ; ex-mem. judic. counc. ; A. M. A. ; 1901, 1st v-pres. South. 
Surg. Gynec. Assn. ; pres. South Med. Coll. Assn. ; etc. Residence: 
116 E. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

TOTMAN, Davis Maydole; physician; b. Freetown, N. Y., 1848; s. 
Edson S. and Anna Maria (Maydole) T. ; ed. Norwich, N. Y. Acad., 
A.B., Yale, 1872; grad. Yale; post-grad. M.D., Coll. Med., Syracuse 
Univ., 1876; m. 1881, Mary E. Johnson, Fredonia, N. Y. ; lect. 
physiol., Syracuse Univ., 1876-86; lect. clin. surgery, 1886-88; prof, 
clin. surgery since 1888; surg. to St. Joseph's Hosp. since 1881 ; 
health officer City of Syracuse, 1889-95 '> *w^m. Syr. Acad. Med., and 
Acad, of Sci. ; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. ; N. Y. St. Med. Soc; etc. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 303 Montgomery 
St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

TOWNE, Solon Rodney; physician; b. Stowe, Vt, 1846; s. Jesse and 
Salome (Seabury) T. ; ed. (loc.) com. sch. and Morrisville; A.B., 
Dartmouth, 1872; grad. latter, 1875; m. 1873, Harriet C. Somers; 
State Health Inspector ; mem. Neb. Med. Soc. ; Am. Pub. Heal, and 
Med. Soc, etc. Residence: 309 33rd St., Omaha, Nebr. 

TRAQUAIR, Ramsay Heatley; physician; b. Rhynd, Perthshire, 1840; 
s. of late Rev. James Traquair and Elizabeth Mary Bayley; ed. 
Edinburgh Inst, and Univ.; grad. M.D., LL.D. ; m. Phoebe Anna, 


3rd d. of late Dr. William Moss, physician, Dublin, 1873 ; demon, 
of Anat, Univ. of Edin., 1863-66; prof, of Nat. Hist., Roy. Agric. 
Coll., Cirencester, 1866-67 ; prof, of Zool., Roy. Coll. of Science, Dub- 
lin, 1867-73 ; keeper of Natural History Collections, Museum of Sci- 
ence and Art, Edin., since 1873 ; Swiney Lecturer on Geology, British 
Museum, 1883-87, 1896-1900; mem. F.R.S. Author: many contribs. 
on zoological and palaeontological subjects. Address: 8 Dean Park 
Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland. 
TREVELYAN, Edmond Fauriel; physician; grad. M.D. ; prof, of 
Pathology, Yorkshire Coll., Leeds; asst. phys. and hon. Pathologist, 
Leeds General Infirmary; hon. phys., Leeds Public Dispensary; mem. 
F.R.C.P. Address: 40 Park Square, Leeds, Eng. 
TREVES, Sir Frederick; 1st Bt., cr. 1902; K.C.V.O. 1901 ; C.B. 1901 ; 
physician and surgeon; b. Dorchester, 1853; ed. Merchant Taylor's 
Sch. ; grad. LL.D., etc. ; m. 1877, Annie, y. d. of A. S. Mason of Dor- 
chester; Hunterian Prof, of Anat. and Wilson Prof, of Pathology, 
Royal Coll. of Surg., 1881-86; exam, in Surgery, Univ. of Camb., 
1891-96; mem. of the Advisory Board of the Army Medical Service 
and of the Army Hosps. Committee ; cons. surg. to Forces in South 
Africa, 1900; was with the Ladysmith relief column (medal and three 
clasps) ; perf. the operation upon H. M. the King, 1902; surg. extra- 
ord. to the late Queen, 1900-1901 ; F.R.C.S. ; sergeant surg.-in-ordi- 
nary to the King since 1901 ; surg.-in-ordinary to H.R.H. the Prince 
of Wales ; cons. surg. to London Hosp. ; Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Author: num. papers on anatomy 
and surgery ; also the following books, Manual of Surgery ; Physical 
Education ; System of Surgery ; Manual of Operative Surgery ; Surg- 
ical Applied Anatomy ; treatises on Intestinal Obstruction, Peritonitis, 
and Appendicitis ; German-English Dictionary of Medical Terms ; 
Tale of a Field Hospital, 1900. Clubs: Reform, Ranelagh, Hurling- 
ham. Address: 6 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 
TREYO, William Edgar; homeo. physician ; b Coshocton, Co., O., 
1866; s. John D. and Rebecca J. (Smith) T. ; ed. O. Wes. Univ.; 
grad. same; m. 1901, Katheryn Long, N. Y. City; prof, surgery, 
Cleveland Homeo. Med. Coll. ; mem. Am. Inst. Homeo. ; O. Homeo. 
Med. Soc. ; Cleveland Homeo. Soc. Residence: 1463 Cedar Ave., 
Cleveland, O. 
TROUTMAN, John; physician; b. Wooster, O., 1845; s. J. G. and 
Caroline (Fryberger) Troutman; ed. pub. sch., Wayne Co., O. ; 
Haynesville Coll. and Savannah Acad., O. ; grad. Mo. Med. Coll., 


1877; m. 1894, Nellie Franklin; post-grad. stud. London, Vienna and 
Berlin; vis. staff, Bethany Hosp., Kansas City, since 1889; prof, 
anat, physiol., and electro-therapy, Coll. Phys. Surgs., Kan. City, 
since 1894; prof, elect.-therap., Kan. Univ.; mem. Am. Therap. 
Assn. ; pres. co. med. and other socs. ; exam, for many old line ins. 
cos. Residence: 903 N. 7th St., Kansas City, Kan. 

TRUDEAU, E. L.; physician; b. New York City, 1848; j. of Dr. James 
Trudeau of New Orleans, La., and Cephise Berger, New York City ; 
ed. Columbia Coll.; grad. M.D., 1871 ; M.Sc. (Columbia), 1899; m. 
1871, Charlotte G. Beare; trustee of Columbia Univ., 1902; 
The Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., N. Y.; prac. New York City, 1872; 
founder, in 1884, the Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium for the treat- 

TRUE, Hiram L.; physician; b. Athens Co., O., 1845; *■ Austin and 
Jane (Fuller) T. ; ed. country sch. and Weethee's Coll., Athens Co.; 
grad. Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, O., 1870; m. 1st, Julia Weethee; 
2nd, Helen Moore; 3rd Martha J. Hatfield, Cincinnati, 1888; served 
in vol. inf.; in prac. since 1870; mem. State Eclec. Med. Assn.; State 
Acad. Sci. ; Co. Sci. Soc; etc. Author: The Cause of the Glacial 
Period, Cin., 1903; contribs. to med. journs. Residence: McConnels- 
ville, O. 

TUCKER, Willis Gaylord; physician; b. Albany, N. Y., 1849; s. 
Luther and Margaret L. (Smith) T. ; ed. Albany Acad.; grad. Al- 
bany Med. Coll., 1870; post-grad. Ph.D. hon., Albany Coll. Pharm., 
1882; Ph.D., Union Univ., 1882; m. 1879, May Newman, Albany; 
prof. chem. and toxicol., Alb. Med. Coll.; prof, chem., Alb. Coll. 
Pharm. ; dean of fac, same ; director bur. of chem. N. Y. State Dept. 
of Health ; mem. State N. Y. Med. Soc. ; A. M. A. ; Am. Chem. Soc. ; 
N. Y. St. Pharm. Assn.; etc. Author: contribs. on chem. subjs. to 
med. journs. Clubs: Sons of Revolution, Found, and Patr. of Amer. 
Residence: 166 Washington Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

TULEY, Henry Enos; physician; b. Louisville, Ky., 1870; s. Enos S. 
and Mary (Speed) T. ; ed. loc. com. sch. and high sch.; grad. Med. 
Dept., Univ. Louisv. ; post-grad. N. Y. Polycl., 1891 ; Ky. Sch. Med., 
1893 ; m. 1894, Ethel B. Egelbach, East Hampton, Conn. ; res. phys. 
N. Y. Inf. Asyl., 1891-92; same, Sloane Matern. Hosp., 1892; vis. 
phys. Mas. Wid. and Orph. Home, etc. ; prof, obstet., Ky. Univ., Med. 
Dept. ; mem. Ky. St. Med. Soc. ; sec. Miss. Val. Med. Assn. ; A.M. 
A. Author: Obstetrical Nursing, Chicago, 1904; Pediatrics, Phila., 
1904; many contribs. to med. journs. Club: Commercial. Residence: 
ill W. Kentucky St., Louisville, Ky. 


ment of incipient consumption (ist in U. S.) ; founded the Saranac 
Laboratory for the study of Tuberculosis, 1894, the first research lab- 
oratory in U. S. Author: many articles in med. publics. Club: 
Century, New York City. Address: Saranac Lake, New York 
State, U. S. A. 

TUCKER, Ernest F.; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1861 ; s. James W. and 
Esther (Fox) T. ; ed. pub. sch. in England, Germany, and France; 
Swarthmore Coll., Pa.; grad. Harv. Med. Sch., 1884; m. 1893, Mabel 
A. Beck, Portland, Ore. ; att. surg. St. Vincent's Hosp., N. Y. ; prof, 
gynec, Ore. State Univ. ; surg. to Astoria and Columbia River R. R. ; 
mem. local Med. Socs. Residence: Portland, Ore. 

TURNER, William Aldren; physician; b. 1864; s. of Sir William 
Turner, K.C.B. ; ed. Fettes Coll., Edinburgh ; grad. M.D., Univ. of 
Edinburgh ; post-grad. Berlin ; gold medallist in the Univ. of Edin- 
burgh ; mem. Fel. Royal Medical and Chirurgical, and other prof, 
socs. ; F.R.C.P. Lond. ; phys. to Out Patients, King's Coll. Hosp., and 
to the National Hosp. for the Paralysed and Epileptic, Queen's 
Square. Author: Two Memoirs on the Nervous System in conjunc- 
tion with Dr. Ferrier, F.R.S., in the Transactions of the Royal Soc. 
of London ; and papers in Brain, the Journ. of Anatomy and Physiol- 
ogy, and elsewhere. Club: Arts. Address: 18 Harley St., London, 

TUTTLE, George Thomas; physician; b. Northwood, N. H., 1850 \ 
s. Dr. Thos. and Olive Furber (Garland) Tuttle; ed. com. sch. 
(local), Pinkerton Acad., Derry, N. H., Northwood Sem. ; grad. 
Dartmouth Coll., 1872; post-grad. Harv. Med. Coll., 1878; unm.; 
asst. phys. McLean Hosp., 1879-04; med. supt. of same since then; 
mem. loc. and county med. socs. ; Boston Sch. Psychiat. and Neurol. ; 
N. E. Psychiat. Soc; Am. Med. Psych. Assn. Author: many 
contribs. to med. journs. Club: Boston, Art. Residence: McLean 
Hosp., Waverly, Mass. 

TYSON, James; physician-; b. Phila., Pa., 1841 ; s. Henry and Ger- 
trude T. ; ed. pub. sch., Reading and Phila. ; grad. Haverford Coll., 
i860; post-grad. A.M., 1864; M.A., i860; M.D., Univ. Pa., 1863; 
m. 1865, Frances Bosdevex; form. prof, pathol. and morb. anat., 
and dean of med. fac. ; now prof, pract. of med., Univ. Pa. ; phys. to 
Pa. Hosp. ; mem. Coll. Phys., Phila. ; Assn. Am. Phys. ; A.M.A. ; etc. 
Author: The Cell Doctrine, Phila., 1870-78; An Introduction to 
Practical Histology, 1873; Practical Examination of Urine, 1875; A 
Treatise on Bright's Dis. and Diabetes, 1904; Hand-book on Phys- 


ical Diagnosis, 1901 ; Text-book on Practice of Medicine, 1903; 
many contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Medical Times, 1871-72. 
Residence: 1506 Spruce St., Phila., Pa. 
TYSON, William Joseph; physician; b. 185 1 ; .?. of W. Taylor Tyson, 
M.R.C.S.; ed. Guy's Hosp. ; grad. M.D., same; m. Lola Housse- 
mayne, d. of Julius Houssemayne du Boulay of West Lawn, Sand- 
gate ; hon. phys., Victoria Hosp., Folkestone ; mem. F.R.C.P. Lond. ; 
F.R.C.S.E. ; Fel. of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Soc, etc. ; practises 
as a phys. Author: several contribs. to med. lit. Club: National. 
Address: 10 Langhorne Gardens, Folkestone, Eng. 


UNDERHILL, Charles Edward; physician; b. 1845; ed. Shrewsbury; 
grad. Caius Coll., Cambridge; Edinburgh; m. 1872, Anna Wilhel- 
mina Lambe, d. of A. I. Lambe of Buhampur, Bengal ; phys., Royal 
Maternity Hosp., Edinburgh ; formerly pres. Royal Med. Soc, Edin- 
burgh; mem. F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., F.R.S.E. Author: many profes- 
sional papers in var. journs. Address: 8 Coates Crescent, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

UNDERSON, Harry Bertram; physician; b. Peterboro Co., Ont, 
Can., 1868; s. Duncan and Elizabeth (Ritchie) U. ; ed. pub. and 
coll. sch. Norwood, Collingwood, Ottawa; acad. Trinity Coll., 
Toronto; grad. Toronto Univ., 1892; post-grad. Univ. Coll., Lond., 
Eng., 1893; Johns Hopkins, 1895; Claybury Pathol. Laborat., 1898; 
and N. Y. Polycl. and Post-grad. Sch., 1902; m. 1901, Florence 
Northway, Toronto; prof. clin. pathol., Toronto Univ., 1903; prof, 
pathol., Trinity Med. Coll., 1894-02; mem. Brit., Can., and Ont. 
Med. Assns. ; ex-pres. Toronto Pathol. Soc; R.C.P.L., R.C.S.E. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Canada Lancet, 1899- 
02. Residence: 34 Carlton St., Toronto, Can. 

UNDERWOOD, Arthur Swayne; dental surgeon; ed. King's Coll., 
London; L.D.S.; prof, of Dent. Surg., King's Coll., London; Dent. 
Surg., King's Coll. Hosp. ; exam, in Dent. Surg., R. Coll. of Surg. ; 
mem. R.C.S. Author: Surgery for Dental Students, 1881 ; Aids to 
Dental Surgery, 1887; Notes on Anaesthetics, 1893; Aids to Dental 
Anatomy and Physiology, 1902 ; Studies in Comparative Odontology, 
1903. Address: 26 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 

USSHER, Brandram Boileau; physician; b. Dublin, Ireland, 1845; *• 


Capt. Rich. Beverly U. and Henrietta (Boileau) U. ; ed. priv. acad. 
(local); grad. Roy. Dub. Soc. Phys. ; post-grad. M.D., State Univ. 
Med. Coll., Ala, 1894; 111. State Eclec. Soc; Univ. Mich.; Harv. 
Sum. Sch. ; m. 1st, 1867, Elizabeth Leonora Thompson, Chi.; 2nd, 
1897, Mary R. Pelton, Dedham, Mass. ; gave up pract. and became 
Bishop of the Ref. Episc. Church, 1882 ; lect. Emerson Coll. Orat., 
Boston. Club: Victorian, Boston. Residence: Dedham, Mass. 


VANDENBURG, William H.; homeo. physician; b. Waterloo, N. Y., 
1862; s. Geo. T. and Catherine (Skinner) V.; ed. loc. pub. and high 
schs. ; acad. priv. tut. ; grad. N. Y. Horn. Med. Coll. and Hosp. ; 
post-grad. stud. Vienna; m. 1895, Marie Schiller, Washington, D. C. ; 
prof. phys. diagnosis, N. Y. Med. Coll. and Hosp. for Worn., 1901 ; 
prof. med. same, 1903 ; mem. Am. Inst. Horn. ; N. Y. St. Horn. Soc. ; 
ex-pres. N. Y. Co. Horn. Soc. ; Acad. Pathol. Sci. Author: num. 
contribs. to med. journs. Club: Lotus. Residence: 30 W. 48th St., 
N. Y. City. 

VANDERVEER, Albert; physician; b. Root, N. Y., 1841 ; ^. Abram 
H. and Sarah (Martin) V.; ed. com. sch. Palatine, N. Y., Cana- 
joharie Acad.; grad. Columbian Univ.; Albany Med. Coll., 1862; 
A.M., Williams, 1882; Ph.D., Union and Hamilton Coll., 1883; m. 
1867, Margaret E. Snow, Currytown, N. Y. ; served in Civil War; 
was prof, surg., Albany Med. Coll. ; regent, Univ. N. Y. ; surg. in 
chief, Albany Hosp. ; late att. and cons, surg., St. Peter's Hosp. ; 
mem. ex-pres. Med. Soc. St. N. Y. ; Fel. Brit. Gynecol. Soc. ; pres. 
1905, Am. Surg. Assn. ; corr. mem. Boston Gynecol. Assn. ; ex-pres. 
A.A.O. and G., etc. Author: Extra-Uterine Pregnancy, Phila., 1889; 
Hare-Lip and Cleft Palate, Ref. Hand-book Med. Science, N. Y., 
1903 ; History of General Surgery, Encyclop. Amer., N. Y. and Chi., 
1904; many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Ft. Orange and Uni- 
versity, N. Y. Hist., etc.; many foreign orders. Residence: 145 
State St., Albany, N. Y. 

VAN LENNEP, William Bird; homeo. surgeon; b. Constantinople, 
Turkey, 1853 ; j. Rev. H. J. Van L-, Missionary ; ed. priv. inst., 
Mass.; acad., Princeton, 1876; grad. A.B., 1876; post-grad, same, 
A.M., 1879; M.D., Hahnem., Phila. ; m. 1886, Clara R. Hart, Phila.; 
prof, surg., Hahnemann Med. Coll.; sen. surg., same, Hosp., etc.; 


mem. nat, state and county homeo. socs. Author: Surgery of the 
Head, (Fisher & Macdonald), Phila., 1896; num. contribs. to med. 
journs. Clubs: Union League, Rittenhouse, Princeton, Corinthian 
Yacht, etc. Residence: 1421 Spruce St., Phila., Pa. 

VAUGHAN, George Tully; physician; b. Arrington, Va., 1857; s. Dr. 
Washington L. and Frances E. (Shields) V.; ed. priv. sch., Va., 
Kenmore Univ., Va. ; grad. M.D., Univ. Va., 1879; post-grad. M.D., 
1880, Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.; N. Y. Polycl., 1885; Univ. Berlin; 
m. 1883, May Townsend Venable, Farmville, Va. ; asst. surg. U. S. 
Marine Hosp. Serv., 1888-92; surg., same, 1900; asst. surg. gen., 
same ; prof, princ. and prac. of surgery, and chief surg., George- 
town Univ. ; cons. surg. St. Elizabeth's Hosp. ; was brig. surg. 7th 
army corps during War with Spain, 1898; mem. A.M.A. ; Am. Surg. 
Assn. ; Wash. Acad. Sci. ; Med. Soc. Va. ; Assoc. Mil. Surgs. U. S. 
Author: Princ. and Pract. of Surgery, Phila., 1903 ; many contribs. to 
med. journs. Clubs: University, Phila.; Cosmos, University, Soc. 
Sons Col. Wars, Washington. Residence: 1718 I St., Washington, 
D. C. 

VAUGHAN, Victor C; physician; b. Mt. Airy, Mo., 1851 ; s. of John 
and Adeline Vaughan ; ed. Mt. Pleasant Coll., Huntsville, Mo. ; 
grad. Univ. of Mich.; Berlin; B.S., Mt. Pleasant Coll.; M.D., 
Ph.D., LL.D., Univ. of Mich.; Sc.D., Univ. of Western Pa.; m. 
1877, Dora C. Taylor ; instructor in U. of M., 1876 ; asst. prof., 1884 ; 
prof, of Hyg. and Physiolog. Chem., Univ. of Mich., since 1886; 
dean of the Dept. of Med. and Surg., since 1891 ; mem. Michigan 
State Board of Health; German Chem. Soc.; (hon.) French Soc. 
of Hygiene and of Hungarian Soc. of Hygiene ; served in War with 
Spain ; recommended for brevet by the pres. for meritorious conduct 
at Santiago. Author: Osteology and Myology of the Domestic Fowl ; 
Text-book of Physiological Chemistry; joint-author with Dr. Novy 
of Ptomaines and Leucomaines ; many contribs. to Amer. and 
European scientific lit. Clubs: Research, Scientific, Country, Ann 
Arbor Golf. Address: 221 South State St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

VIETS, Byron Bushnell; homeo. physician; b. Conneaut, O., 1850; 
s. B. G. and Hannah (Bushnell) V.; ed. loc. com. schs. ; Kingsville 
Acad.; Mich. Univ.; grad. Cleveland Homeo. Hosp. Coll., 1880; 
post-grad. N. Y. Ophthalm. Coll., 1885, (O. and A. Chir.) ; Lond., 
Eng. ; m. 1869, Kath. A. Matson, Chicago; prof, ophthalm. and otol., 
Cleveland Med. Coll. Author: ex-editor Medical Indicator. Resi- 
dence: 1354 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O. 


VOELCKER, Arthur Francis; physician; grad. M.D. ; phys. to Out- 
patients, Middlesex Hosp. ; lect. on Practical Medicine and Pathology, 
Middlesex Hosp. Med. Sch. ; phys. and dean of Med. Sch., Hosp. 
for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street ; hon. phys. Home for Work- 
ing Girls in London and St. Saviour's Hosp. ; exam, in Med. Soc. of 
Apothecaries; mem. F.R.C.P. Address: 101 Harley St., London. 

VON NOORDEN, Carl; physician; b. Bonn, 1858; ed. Bonn, Griefs- 
wald, Marburg, Tubingen, Freiburg, Leipzig; Am. Physiologischen 
Institut der Universitat Kiel, 1882-83; an der medicinischen Klinik 
in Giessen, 1883-89; an der 2. Medicinischen Klinik in Berlin, 
1889-94; Privatdozent fur innere Medicin in Giessen, 1885; Berlin, 
1889; prof, in Berlin, 1893; Hauptsachliches Arbeitsgebiet, Physiol- 
ogic und Pathologie und Therapie der Ernahrung und des Stoff- 
wechsels ; Konigl. Preuss. professor ; sen. phys. city hosps., Frank- 
furt a. Main since 1894. Author: Ueber die quantitative Spectral- 
analyse, insbesondere des Blutes (Inaugural dissertation, 1881, Ueber 
Albuminuric bei gesunden Menschen (Habilitationsschrift), 1885; 
Grundriss einer Methodik der Stoffwechseluntersuchungen, 1892; 
Beitrage zur Lehre vom Stoffwechsel des gesunden und kranken 
Menschen, Band 1 bis 3, 1892-94; Lehrbuch der Pathologie des 
Stoffwechsels (auch in italienischer und russischer Sprache ersch- 
ienen), 1893; On Diabetes, in vol. 2 in Twentieth Century Practice 
of Medicine, 1894; Die Zuckerkrankeit und ihre Behandlung (drei 
Auflagen), auch in englischer, russischer, und italienischer Sprache 
erschienen, 1894-1901 ; Die Bleichsucht (in Nothnagel's Handbuch 
der spec. Pathologie und Therapie), 1897; Ernahrungstherapie des 
Diabetes mellitus (in Von Leyden's Handbuch der Ernahrungs- 
therapie) zwei Auflagen, 1899-1904; Die Fettsucht (in Nothnagel's 
Handbuch der Pathologie und Therapie), 1900; Sammlung klinischer 
Abhandlungen iiber Pathologie und Therapie der Stoffwechsel und 
Ernahrungsstorungen (Heft 1 bis 5, Auch in englischer und rus- 
sischer Sprache erschienen), 1900-1904; Herausgabe des Central- 
blattes fur Stoffwechsel und Verdauungs-krankheiten, 1900-1904. 
Residence: Leipzig, Germany. 

VON SWERINQEN, Budd; physician; b. Navarre, O., 1867; s. Hiram 
and Ella M. (Hanna) Von Sweringen; ed. pub. sch., Ft. Wayne, 
Ind.; grad. Univ. Pa., 1888; m. 1888, Kate S. Eakin, Ft. Wayne; 
prof. theo. and prac, Ft. Wayne Coll. Med. ; mem. Co., State, and 
Nat. Socs. ; Chic. Pathol, and Chic. Med. Sees. ; Kansas City Acad. 


Med., etc. Residence: 208 Washington Boulevard, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
VON SWERINGEN, Hiram; physician; b. Navarre, O., 1844; s. Geo. 
W. and Lucinda (Hurford) V.; ed. local com. schs. ; grad. Jeffer- 
son Coll., Phila., 1876; post-grad, (hon.) A.M., Monmouth, 111., 
1878; m. 1865, Elna M. Hanna, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; ex-phys. Ind. St. 
Asyl. for Feeb.-Mind. Youth ; Bd. Exam. Surg, for Pensions ; mem. 
A.M.'A. ; State Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. Co. Med. Soc. ; Am. Psych. Res. 
Soc. ; ex-mem. Am. Pharm. Assn. Author: Pharmaceutical Lexicon, 
Phila., 1873. Residence: 633 W. Wayne St., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 


WADE, Sir Willoughby Francis; Kt. ; cr. 1896; physician; b. 1827; 
s. of Rev. E. M. Wade ; ed. Brighton ; Rugby ; grad. M.D., Trin. Coll. 
Dublin; m. Augusta, d. of Sir John Power, 2nd Bt. of Kilfane, 1880; 
res. med. offi. and tutor Gen. Hosp., Birmingham; cons, (late senior) 
phys. to the Gen. Hosp., Birmingham ; prof, of med. and clin. med., 
Queen's Coll., Birmingham; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: Gout as a 
Peripheral Neurosis, 1893; The Liver and its Difficulties (Health 
Lecture), 1884; The Preventive Treatment of Sick Headache, 1896; 
The Treatment of Abdominal Palpitation, 1899; Le coltellate in 
Italia (Stabbing in Italy), Rapegna Nazionale, 1903; many addresses 
and papers in med. journs. and trans. Address: Villa Monforte, 
Maiano, Florence, Italy. 

WADSWORTH, Chas. Curtis; physician; b. Madison, O., 1849; s - 
Sol. Joseph and Sarah E. (Curtis) W. ; ed. pub. schs., Cleveland, and 
Buff. Acad., Madison; grad. Wooster Univ., Cleveland, 1874; m. 
1876, Mary M. Craig, of Cleveland, O. ; comm. of insanity, San 
Francisco ; was sec. Bd. Exam. Med. Soc. ; mem. ex-pres. Co. Med. 
Soc, S. F. ; S. F. Acad. Med. ; State Med. Soc. ; A.M.A. Residence: 
1 104 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, Cal. 

WAKLEY, Thomas H.; surgeon; b. London, 1821 ; s. of late Thomas 
Wakley, founder and editor of The Lancet; ed. priv. tutor; grad. 
Univ. Coll. Hosp. ; London ; Paris ; late surg. and lecturer on Surgery 
at the Royal Free Hosp. Med. Coll. ; cons. surg. to the Royal Free 
Hosp. ; practised as a cons, surg., 1848-83 ; mem. F.R.C.S. Author: 
Diseases of Joints, and other articles, Cooper's Surgical Dictionary, 
and many surgical contribs. to the Lancet; joint-editcr of the Lancet. 
Address: 5 Queen's Gate, Hyde Park, London, Eng. 


WALDO, Frederick Joseph; physician; b. Bristol, 1852; s. of late 
Henry and Eliza Waldo of Clifton, Gloucestershire ; ed. Clifton Coll. ; 
grad. M.D., M.A., M.R.C.S., D.P.H., St. John's Coll., Cambridge; 
St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; post-grad. Paris and Berlin; m. 1900, 
Marian, d. of Rev. R. B. Lawson Exton; barrister-at-law ; coroner 
for the City of London; called to the bar, Middle Temple, 1896; 
med. offi. of health, Inner and Middle Temples, and Parish of St. 
George-the-Martyr, Southwark, and tutor in public health, St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hosp. Med. Sch., London, 1892-1900; Milroy lect. Roy. 
Coll. Phys., Lond., 1900; spec. lect. med. jurispr. council of legal 
educ, 1904; mem. R.C.S., D.P.H. Author: Health Reports, South- 
wark, 1892-1900; Bread, Bakehouses and Bacteria, 1895; Summer 
Diarrhoea, (Milroy lect.) 1900. Club: Oxford and Cambridge. 
Address: Coroner's Office, Golden Lane, E.C. ; 40 Lansdowne Road, 
Holland Park, London, Eng. 

WALDSTEIN, Louis; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1853; ed. loc. com. 
schs. ; grad. Coll. Phys. Surgs. N. Y. ; post-grad. Heidelberg, Zurich, 
Vienna, Paris, London; phys. in New York, 1881-97; now retired, 
and devotes himself to scientific research in London. Author: The 
Subconscious Self, 1897; and articles in pathological journals in 
Germany, France, and United States. Clubs: Royal Societies, Bath. 
Address: 38 Montpelier Square, London, Eng. 

WALKER, James Baynes; physician; b. near Phila., Pa., 1846; s. 
Thos. R. and Mary (Baynes) W. ; ed. com. sch., Chester Co., Friends' 
Cent., Phila.; grad. Ph.D., Univ. Pa., 1872; post-grad, same, 1874; 
m. Martha M. Abraham, Upper Marion, Pa. ; res. phys. Phila. 
Hosps., 1872-73 ; vis. same, 1876-93 ; prof. prac. of med., Worn. Med. 
Coll., Pa., 1887-90; later vis. phys. Worn. Hosp.; cons, phys., 
W. Phila. Hosp. of Worn, and Child. ; mem. Coll. Phys. ; Am. Clin. 
Assn. (pres. 1890) ; Am. Acad. Med.; Co., State, Am. Med. Assns. ; 
etc. Author: Chart of the Physiol. Action of Drugs; contribs. to 
med. journs. Clubs: Union League, Historic Soc. Residence, 1617 
Green St., Phila., Pa. 

WALKER, Norman; physician; b. Dysart, Fife, 1862; s. of Rev. Dr. 
Norman L. Walker, for many years editor of the Magazine of the 
Free Church of Scotland; ed. Edinburgh Acad.; grad. M.D., 1884, 
Univs. of Edinburgh, Vienna and Prague; m. 1887, Annie, d. of Ed- 
ward Trimble of Green Lane, Dalston, Cumberland ; res. phys., Royal 
Infirmary, 1885 ; asst. phys. for Dermat. to the Roy. Infirmary, Edin- 
burgh, since 1892; lect. on Dermat., Med. Coll. for Women; mem. 


F.R.C.P. ; pres. Carlisle Med. Soc., 1890; rep. of Edinburgh on Coun. 
of Brit. Med. Assn., and joint-sec. of Edinburgh Branch. Author: 
An Introduction to Dermatology (2nd edition, 1902) ; Translation of 
Unna's Histopathology of the Skin, and of Hansen's Leprosy ; sub- 
editor Scottish Medical and Surgical Journal, 1900; joint-editor, 1902. 
Club: Scottish Liberal. Address: 7 Manor Place, Edinburgh, Scot- 

WALLACE, Raymond; physician; b. Chicago, 111., 1876; s. James P. 
and Jennie (Scott) W. ; ed. Carleton Coll., B.S., 1898; M.S., 1902; 
grad. Mich. Univ., M.D., 1902; post-grad., Heidelberg, London, 
Berlin, Paris and Vienna; lect. on diagnostics, Chattanooga Med. 
Coll.; mem. sec. Tri-St. Med. Soc; Co., State and Amer. Med. 
Assn. Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Southern 
Medicine and Surgery. Residence: 119 McCallie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WALLER, Augustus D.; physician; grad. M.D. ; mem. F.R.S.; mem- 
ber of senate, London Univ.; director of Physiological Laboratory, 
Univ. of London ; corr. mem. Soc. de Biologie, Paris, and of Physiol. 
Soc, Moscow; Laureat de l'lnstitut de France, 1889 and 1899; 
Premio Aldini sul Galvanismo R. Acad. d. Scienze d. Instituto di 
Bologna, 1892. Author: Introduction to Human Physiology; Animal 
Electricity; Signs of Life. Address: Weston Lodge, 32 Grove 
End Road, London, N. W., Eng. 

WALLIS, Fred. C,.; surgeon; b. Southampton, 1859; ed. Caius Coll., 
Cambridge; grad. B.A., M.B., B.C., Cantab.; St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp. ; m. 1890, May, 2nd d. of late H. Aspinall, Q.C., Attorney- 
Gen, of Victoria ; surg. to Charing Cross, Grosvenor, and St. Mark's 
Hosps. ; cons, surg., St. Monica's and Willesden Cottage Hosps. ; 
mem. F.R.C.S.E. Author: various papers on surgery and surgical 
operations. Clubs: Oxford and Cambridge, Bath, Union Jack. 
Address: 107 Harley St., London, Eng. 

WALTHER, Otto; physician; b. Saxony, 1855; ed. Leipzig Univ.; 
grad. M.D., Leipzig; formerly specialist for the diseases of throat 
and chest at Frankfort (Main) ; owner and leader of the "Sana- 
torium Nordrach-Colonie," Black Forest, for consumptives. Address: 
Dr. Otto Walther's Sanatorium, Nordrach-Colonie, Badischer 
Schwarzwald, Germany. 

WALTON, Chas. Edgar; homeo. physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1840; 
s. Joshua P. and Elizabeth A. (Swain) W. ; ed. Ironton high sch., 
Marietta Coll., O. ; grad. Pulte Med. Coll. 1874; post-grad. M.A., 
1874; LL.D., 1903; m. 1878, Jane G. Mitchell, St. Cloud, Minn.; 


dean Pulte Med. Coll., 1904; mem. ex-pres. Homeo. Lye., Cin., State 
Homeo. Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. Am. Inst. Homeo., 1900. Club: Cin. 
Lit. Residence: Hotel Sterling, Cincinnati, O. 

WARBURTON, Col. William Pleace; C.S.I., 1899; surgeon; M.D., 
M.B., CM.; b. 1843; entered I. M.S., 1866; retired, 1899; med. 
officer to Maharajah of Kaipurthala, 1874; P.M.O. and Sanitary 
Commissioner, Assam, 1894; Inspector-General of Civil Hosps., N. 
W. P. and Oudh, 1895 ; hon. surg. to Viceroy, India, 1899. Address: 
Meadow Walk, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

WARD, Henry B.; biologist; b. Troy, N. Y., 1865; s. Richard H. and 
Charlotte Allen (Baldwin) W. ; grad. Williams Coll., 1885; post- 
grad, stud., Gottingen, Freiburg, Leipzig, and Harv., A.M. Ph.D., 
1892; m. 1894, Harriet Blair, Chicago; teacher of sci., Troy High 
Sch., 1885-88; instru. Univ. Mich., 1892-93; in chg. biolog. work, 
Mich. Fish Comm., on Lake Mich., 1894; asso. biol. survey Grt. Lakes 
Fish Comm. since 1898 ; mem. Am. Micro. Soc. ; Fel. A. A. A. S. ; 
Zool. Soc. France ; Zool. Neb. St. Bd. Agric. ; A.M.A., etc. Author: 
var. papers on biol. subjs. ; assoc. ed. Amer. Naturalist, and Ref. 
Handb. Med. Sci. Residence: 1520 D St., Lincoln, Neb. 

WARD, Janus Samuel; physician; b. Christiana, Tenn., 1867; s - Janus 
R. and Millie Ward ; ed. com. sch., Gadsden, Ala. ; grad. Ky. Univ., 
1889; post-grad. M.D., Univ. Tenn., 1892; D.D.S., same, 1896; m. 
1893, Fanny Lee Turk, Nashville, Tenn. ; prof. chem. and metall., 
Univ. Tenn. ; prof sci., Nashville Bible Sch. ; act. supt. same ; mem. 
Nash. Acad. Med.; Tenn. Med. Soc; etc. Author: Quiz Compend 
on Chemistry, 1893; Epitome of Urinalysis, 1897; Lecture Notes on 
Chemistry, 1900; all pub. in Nashville. Residence: Nashville Bible 
Sch., Tenn. 

WARD, Samuel Baldwin; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1842; .?. Lebbeus 
B. and Abby D. (Partridge) W. ; ed. loc. pub. sch., priv. acad. inst. ; 
grad. B.A., Columbia Coll., 1861 ; post-grad. M.D., Georgetown 
Univ., 1864; A.M., Columb., 1864; served in Civil War; prof. 
theor. and prac. of med., Albany Med. Coll. ; att. phys., Alb. Hosp. ; 
dean, Alb. Med. Coll. ; mem. ex-pres. Alb. Co. Med. Soc, and N. Y. 
State Med. Soc; Assn. Am. Phys. Clubs: Century; University, N. 
Y. ; Ft. Orange, Alb.; Loy. Leg., U. S. Residence: 281 State St., 
Albany, N. Y. 

WARING, H. J.; surgeon; ed. Owens Coll., Manchester; grad. St. 
Bartholomew's Hosp. ; asst. surg., joint lecturer on Surgl. Anat., and 
demons, of Practical Surgery, St. Bartholomew's Hosp.; exam, in 


Anat., Roy. Coll. of Surgeons; mem. F.R.C.S. Author: Surgical 
Diseases of Liver, Gall Bladder, and Biliary System, 1897; Manual 
of Operative Surgery, 1903. Address: 37 Wimpole St., London, 

WARNER, Francis; physician; b. 1847; s - °f James Neatby Warner; 
ed. priv. sch. ; King's Coll., London; m. 1880, Louisa Loder, d. of 
William Howard of Hampstead; Honors, M.B., Lond., 1872; M.D., 
1873; F.R.C.P., 1883; medical registrar, London Hosp., 1877; asst. 
phys., 1879; asst. phys., East London Hosp. for Children, 1878-84; 
Hunterian Prof, of Comp. Anat. and Physiol., R.C.S., 1887; Milroy 
Lect., R.C.P., Lond., 1892; mem. Fel. Roy. Med. Chi. Soc. ; Neuro- 
logical Soc. ; (Hon.) Soc. Public Health, Budapest; phys. to the 
London Hosp., since 1896; and lect. on Therapeutics and Materia 
Medica, London Hosp. Med. Coll. ; exam, at Victoria Univ. in Ma- 
teria Medica ; hon. phys., Roy. Albert Orphanage and Nat. Assn. for 
Befriending Feeble-Minded. Author: Mental Faculty (Lectures, Cam- 
bridge, Univ.) ; The Study of Children; The Nervous System of the 
Child: its Health and Training; Physical and Mental Condition of 
Children in 106 Schools, Journ. Roy. Stat. Soc, 1893-96; other ar- 
ticles on Nervous and Defective Children. Club: Athenaeum. Ad- 
dress: 5 Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington Palace, London, Eng. 

WATSON, Edward Willard; physician; b. Newport, R. I., 1843; s - 
Dr. Benjamin W. and Lucy (Willard) W. ; ed. loc. pub. sch. and 
priv. sch. ; Coll., Univ., Pa. ; grad. latter, 1865 ; mem. Coll. Phys. Am. 
Clin. Soc. ; med. and obstet. socs. Author: Today and Yesterday 
and Other Verses, Phila., 1895; Songs of Flying Hours, Phila., 1899; 
Lamps Old and New, Phila., 1905 ; many contribs. to med. journs. 
Clubs: Franklin Inn, Pennsylv. Residence: 131 N. 20th St., Phila., 

WAUGH, William Francis; physician; b. Greenville, Pa., 1849; s - 
Wm. and Annie (Darlington) W. ; ed. loc. pub. sch., Westminster 
Coll.; grad. latter, A.B., 1871 ; post-grad. A.M., Westm., 1871 ; 
M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1871 ; m. 1st, 1873, Kate Lasher, 2d, 
1898, Helen Neumann ; emer. prof, prac, 111. Med. Coll. ; asst. surg., 
U. S. Navy, 1873-76; prof, prac, etc., Med. Chir. Coll., Phila., 
1880-90; and 111. Med. Coll., 1894-04; etc.; mem. Chic. Med. Soc; 
111. St. Med. Soc; Mo. Val. and Tri-St. Med. Socs.; Assn. Mil. 
Surgs. ; A. M. A. ; Chic. Acad. Med., etc. Author: Treatment of the 
Sick, Chic, 1899; Diseases of the Respiratory Organs, Chic, 1901 ; 
The House-boat Book, Chic, 1904; Manual of Active Principles, 


Phila., 1893 ; many contribs. in med. journs. Residence: 2687 N. 
Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WAXHAM, Frank Endoras; physician; b. LaPorte Co., Ind., 1852; 
s. Zachariah and Caroline W. ; ed. high sch., Rockford, 111. ; grad. 
N. Western Univ., 1878; m. 1st, Lizzie A. Leach, 1880; 2nd, 1901, 
Alice E. Welles; prof, med., clin. med., laryngol., and rhinol., Med. 
Dept., Univ. Colo. Author: Intubation of the Larynx, 1886; many 
contribs. to med. lit. Residence: 1901 Colfax Ave. E., Denver, 

WEAVER, George Howitt; physician; b. Wis., 1866; s. Wm. and 
Mary (Howitt) W. ; ed. com. sch. (local); grad. Rush Med. Coll., 
Chic, 1889; m. Caroline Earle, Chicago; mem. A. M. A.; A. Assn. 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. ; 111. St. Med. Soc. ; Chic. Med. Soc. ; sec. 
Chic. Path. Soc. Author: Atlas and Principles of Bacteriology, 
(Lehmann and Neumann) Phila., 1901 ; num. contribs. in pathol. 
and bact. to med. journs. Residence: 535 Washington Boul., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

WEBSTER, David; physician; b. Cambridge, Nova Sc, 1842; s. 
Isaac and Hephzibah (Pearson) W. ; ed. loc. com. schs., Normal 
Sch., Truro, N. S.; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y., 1868; 
house surg. Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp., 1869-71 ; and Manhattan, 
do., 1871-73; assoc. with late Dr. Cornelius Agnew, 1873-88; staff 
of Manhattan Eye and Ear Hosp. since 1873 ; prof, ophthalm. Dart- 
mouth Coll., 1889-1900; and N. Y. Policl., 1882-92; now prof, 
emer. Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 308 Madi- 
son Ave., N. Y. City. 

WEBSTER, George W.; physician; b. Winnesheuk Co., la., 1857; 
s. Wm. and Mary A. W. ; ed. loc. com. schs., and prep, sch., De- 
corah, la. ; grad. Chic. Med. Coll., 1882 ; pres. 111. State Board of 
Health ; mem. A. M. A. ; State Med. Soc. ; Chic. Med. Soc. ; Med. 
Leg. Soc; Chic. Acad. Sci. Clubs: Physicians', Chic. Literary, 
Yacht, Homewood, Country. Residence: 146 E. 36th St., Chicago, 

WEBSTER, John Clarence; physician; b. Shediac, N. B., Canada, 
1863; s. of James Webster; ed. Mount Allison Coll., New Bruns- 
wick ; grad. Univs. of Edinburgh, Leipsic, and Berlin ; B.A., M.D. 
(Edin.) ; m. Alice Lusk, d. of late Dr. Wm. Lusk, New York, 1899; 
formerly asst. lect. in Midwifery and Diseases of Women, Sch. of 
Med., Edinburgh, 1889-90; first asst. in the Dept. of Midwifery and 
Gynecol., Univ. of Edinburgh, 1890-96; lect. in Gynecol., M'Gill 


Univ., Montreal, Canada, 1897-99; P r °f- °* obstet. and gynecol., 
Rush Med. Coll. (affil. with Univ. of Chicago) ; obstet. and gynecol. 
to Presbyt. Hosp., Chicago ; asst. gynecologist, Royal Victoria Hosp., 
Montreal, 1897-99; mem. F.R.C.P.E., F.R.S.E. ; Fellow Am. Gynec. 
Soc. ; cor. Italian Obst. and Gynec. Soc, and of Royal Acad, of 
Med., Palermo, Italy. Author: Researches in Female Pelvic Anat- 
omy, 1892, and num. contribs. and addresses. Residence: Rush 
Medical College, Chicago, Ills. 

WEEKES, William James; physician; b. Glencoe, Ont., Can., 1856; 
s. William and Lydia J. (Edwards) W. ; ed. county sch., and 
Wardsville high sch., Toronto Normal; grad. Western Univ., 
London, Ont., 1886; m. 1878, Annie McMillan, Hillsburg, Ont.: 
prof. med. jurisp., West. Univ. Med. Sch. since 1894; mem. pres. 
London (Ont.) Med. Soc. Residence: 436 Waterloo St., London, 
Ont., Can. 

WEEKS, John Elmer; physician; b. Painesville, O., 1853; s. Seth 
and Deborah A. Weeks; ed. com. sch. (loc), and Corry, Pa.; grad. 
Univ. Mich., 1881 ; m. 1890, Jennie P. Parker, N. Y. City. 
mem. N. Y. Acad. Med.; Am. Ophthalm. Soc.; N. Y. Ophthalm. 
Soc. ; Intern. Ophthalm. Soc, Lucerne, 1904 ; A. M. A. Author: Dis- 
eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Phila., 1890; chapter, Dis- 
eases of the Conjunctiva in Am. Textbook of Diseases of the Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat (Schweinitz & Rundall) Phila., 1899; many 
valuable papers on diseases of the eye in med. journs. Clubs: 
Ohio Soc, Quill, N. Y. Residence: 46 E. 57th St., N. Y. City. 

WEIR, James Jr.; physician; b. Owensboro, Ky., 1856; s. James and 
Susan Charlotte (Green) W. ; ed. priv. tut., Custer Coll.; grad. 
Univ. Louisville; post-grad. Univ. Mich., Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll., N. Y. Policl. ; mem. A. M. A. ; local and Co. Socs. ; several 
foreign socs. Author: Religion and Lust, Chicago; Mental Traits 
in Lower Animals, N. Y. ; num. articles in med. journs. Clubs: 
founder of Investigators' Club. Residence: Waveland, Owensboro, 

WEIR, Robert Fulton; physician; b. N. Y. City, 1838; s. James and 
Mary A. W. ; cd. loc. pub. schs., N. Y. Free Acad. ; grad. A.M. 
1857, N. Y. Coll.; post-grad. M.D., 1859, Coll. Phys. Surgs., N. 
Y. ; m. 1st, 1863, Maria W. McPherson ; 2d, 1895, Mary B. Alden; 
ass. surg. U. S. army, 1861 ; surg. N. Y. Hosp., 1876-1900 ; St. Luke's, 
J 865-75; Roosevelt Hosp., 1871 ; surg. Eye and Ear Inf., 1868-78; 
Bellevue Hosp., 1881-83; mem. Am. Surg. Soc. (pres. 1900-01)} 


N. Y. Acad. Med. (pres. 1901-02) ; Med. Soc. Gr. N. Y. (pres. 1902- 
03) ; prof, surg., Coll. Phys. Surgs., 1891-04. Author: num. contribs. 
to med. journs. Clubs: University, Century, St. Nicholas Soc. Resi- 
dence: 11 E. 54th St., N. Y. City. 

WEISS, Frank Henry; physician; b. Findlay, O., 1875; s. John and 
Catherine W. ; ed. loc. high sch. ; grad. N. Western Univ., Ph.G., 
1894; Columbia, M.D., 1901 ; unmarried; demons, anat., Kansas 
City Med. Coll., 1901 ; prof, physiol., Med. Chir. Coll., K. C, 1902 ; 
prof, pediatr., Univ. Kansas ; mem. Co. Med. Soc. ; State Med. Soc. 
Residence: Deardorff Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 

WELBOURN, O. Carlos; physician; b. New Paris, O., 1871 ; s. Ed- 
ward L. and Martha (Jones) W. ; ed. com. schs., Union City, Ind., 
and Bethany Coll., W. Va. ; grad. latter, Sc.B. ; prof, gynecol., Los 
Angeles Eel. Polycl. ; med. direc. and gynecol., Deaconess Hosp. ; 
mem. Nat. Eel. Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. State Eel. Med. Soc. ; and of 
Southern Cal. Eel. Med. Assn. Author: editor Los Angeles Journal 
of Eclectic Medicine. Club: Jonathan. Residence: 303 Grant Build- 
ing, Los Angeles, Cal. 

WELCH, William Henry; physician; b. Norfolk, Connecticut, 1850; 
s. of William W. Welch, M.D., and Emeline Collin Welch ; unmar- 
ried; ed. Yale Univ., B.A., 1870; Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Co- 
lumbia Univ., New York, M.D., 1875 ; post-grad. stud, several Ger- 
man univs. ; LL.D., Western Reserve, 1894; Yale, 1896; Harvard, 
1900; Toronto, 1903; prof, of pathol., Johns Hopkins Univ., Balti- 
more, since 1884; pathol. to Johns Hopkins Hosp. since 1889; prof, 
of pathol. anat. and general pathol. at Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 
N. Y., 1879-84; Huxley lect, Charing Cross Hosp. Med. Sch., 1902; 
mem. Nat. Acad, of Sciences; (Hon.) Path. Soc. of London, etc. 
pres. of Cong, of Amer. Phys. and Surg., 1897; pres. of Assn. 
Amer. Phys., 1901 ; pres. of State Board of Health, Md. ; pres. 
Bd. of Directors, Rockefeller Inst., since 1900. Author: General 
Pathology of Fever, 1888; The Biology of Bacteria, Infection and 
Immunity, 1894; Bacteriology of Surgical Infections, 1895; also 
num. articles on pathological subjs. ; editor of The Journal of Ex- 
perimental Medicine. Clubs: Maryland; University, New York; 
University, Baltimore. Residence: Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. 

WELLS, Edward F.; physician; b. Dayton, O., 1853; s. Robert S. 
and Eliza (Saunders) W. ; ed. com. schs. (loc.) and in Ind.; grad. 
O. Univ., 1874; m. 1876, Maria J. Billman, Shelbyville, Ind.; prof. 


clin. med. and assoc. prof, med., Sch. Med., Univ. 111. ; att. phys., 
Cook Co. Hosp. ; mem. A. M. A. ; 111. St. Soc. ; Chic. Med. Soc. ; 
ex-pres. Chic. Int. Med. ; Nat. Assn. Stud, and Prev. of Tuberc, 
etc. Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 4744 
Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WENDE, Grover William; physician; b. Mill Grove, N. Y., 1866; 
s. Barnard A. and Sarah (Kirk) W. ; ed. pub. sch. (loc.) ; grad. 
Univ. Buffalo, 1889; post-grad. Univ. Pa., 1891, stud. Paris, Prague; 
mem. A. M. A.; N. Y. Med. Soc; Acad. Med. Author: articles in 
Wood's Medical Handbook of Medical Sciences, N. Y. ; and num. 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Saturn, Buff. Medical. Residence: 
471 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

WEST, Samuel; physician; b. 1848; s. of John West, Deputy In- 
spector-General of Mails, G.P.O. ; ed. Westminster Sch. (Queen's 
Scholar); grad. M.A., M.D., Christ Church, Oxford; post-grad. 
stud. St. Bartholomew's Hosp., Berlin ; Vienna ; m. Margaret Nanny, 
d. of Sir Edward Frankland, K.C.B., F.R.S., D.C.L., etc.; 1st class 
natural science, Oxford ; demons, of anat. ; Radcliffe traveling fel- 
lowship ; exam, member of Board of Faculty of Med. ; Bradshaw 
lect, Roy. Coll. of Phys., London ; exam., Mem. of Council ; exam, 
in medicine at Univs. of Oxford, Cambridge, and Birmingham, and 
at Roy. Coll. of Phys. ; Lettsomian lect. and v.-pres., Med. Soc, 
London; treasurer, Brit. Med. Benev. Fund; phys. and lect. on 
medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; phys. to Law, Life, and Provi- 
dent Clerks' Life Assn. ; cons, phys., Royal Free Hosp. ; hon. phys. to 
Metropol. Convalescent Instit., and to British Orphan Asylum Assn. ; 
mem, F.R.C.P.L. ; Fellow of Med.-Chir., Patholog., Clinical, Medical, 
Ophthalmic, and other Socs. ; formerly phys. to City of London 
Hosp. for Diseases of Chest, Victoria Park, and to Royal Free Hosp. 
Author: Diseases of the Organs of Respiration, 1902; How to Ex- 
amine the Chest, 1883 ; Lettsomian Lectures on Granular Kidneys 
and Physiological Albuminuria, 1899; contribs. to the var. learned 
socs. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 15 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 

WESTMORELAND, Willis Foreman; physician; b. Wilner, Ga., 
1864; j. W. F. and M. T. (Jourdan) W. ; ed, pub. and priv. schs., 
Univ. of Georgetown, D. C. ; grad, Atlanta Med. Coll. ; m. 1883, 
Elma B. Lochrane, Dalton, Ga. ; prof. prin. and prac and clin. surg. 
Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Atlanta; mem. ex-pres. State Med. Assn.; 
Tri-St. Med. Soc. ; ex-v.-pres. A. M. A. ; pres. St. Bd. Health, Ga. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Capital City, Pied- 


mont Driving, and Golf, Atl. Athletic, and Gem. Residence: Brook- 
wood, Atlanta, Ga. 

WHEATLEY, Frank G.; physician; b. Woodbury, Vt, 1851 ; s. 
Luther and Eunice C. W. ; ed. pub. sch., Brookfield and St. Nor- 
mal Sch. ; grad. Dartmouth Coll., 1879, Med. Sci., 1884; post-grad. 
A.M., Dart. ; m. 1887, Nellie J. Holbrook, North Abingdon, Mass. ; 
prof. mat. med. and therap., Tufts Coll. since 1892. Author: var. 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: (soc.) Residence: 47 Adams St., 
N. Abingdon, Mass. 

WHEELER, John Brooks; physician; b. Stowe, Vt., 1853; s. John 
B. and Eliza Jane (Hunt) W. ; ed. Burlington high sch., Univ. Vt., 
A.B., 1875; grad. Harvard, M.D., 1879; m. 1884, Anna G. Sanford, 
Knoxville, (dead) ; post-grad. stud. Vienna, Strassburg and Ber- 
lin; instru. in surgery, Univ. Vt., 1881-90; prof. clin. and min. 
surgery, same, 1890-1900; prof, surgery since then; att. surg. 
Fletcher Hosp. ; cons. surg. Allen Hosp., Colchester, Vt. ; att. phys. 
Prov. Orph. Asyl., 1883-1902; cons. surg. to same since 1902; 
health officer, 1883-84; mem. pres. State Med. Soc, 1901 ; A. M. A., 
etc. Clubs: University Research, New Hampshire Surg. Resi- 
dence: 210 Pearl St., Burlington, Vt. 

WHELPLEY, Henry Milton; physician; b. Battle Creek, Mich., 
1861 ; .j. Dr. Jerome T. and Charlotte (Chase) W. ; ed. pub. sch., 
Cobden, 111. ; acad., Otsego, Mich., St. Louis Coll. of Pharm. ; grad. 
Mo. Med. Coll., 1890; post-grad. St. Louis Policl, and Post-Grad. 
Sch. Med., 1895; m. 1892, Laura E. Spannagel, St. Louis; prof, 
microscopy, St. L. Coll. Pharm., 1884-05 ; dean of same, 1904-05 ; 
sec. Mo. Med. Coll., 1890-00; sec. and trust. U. S. Pharm. Conv., 
1900-01 ; prof. mat. med. and pharm., Med. Dept, Wash. Univ., 
1900-05; mem. pres. Am. Pharm. Assn., 1902; sec. Mo. Pharm. 
Assn., 1892-05 ; Roy. Micro. Soc. ; A. M. A. ; Am. Pharm. Assn. ; 
Am. Micro. Soc. ; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci., etc. Author: Chemical 
Lecture Notes, St. Louis, 1886; Therapeutic Terms, same. Resi- 
dence: 2342 Albion Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

WHITE, John Blake; physician; b. Charleston, S. C, 1850; s. 
Octavius A. and Claudia R. (Bellinger) W. ; ed. Phillips Acad., 
N. H., Camb., Mass.; grad. N. Y. Coll. Phys. Surgs., 1874; m. 1877, 
Margaret S. Jackson, Portland, Me. ; res. phys.. Brooklyn City 
Hosp., 1875; sanit. insp., N. Y. Health Dept., 1876-86; vis. phys. 
N. Y. City Hosp. 12 years; phys. N. Y. Co. Pris. Hosp.; cons, 
surg. House of Refuge, 1889; mem. Fellow N. Y. Acad. Med.; N. 


Y. St. and Co. Med. Socs. ; N. Y. Med. and Surg. Soc. ; pres. Bor. 
Manh. Med. Assn.; Am. Assn. Gen.-Urin. Surgs. ; Am. Ther. Soc. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1013 Madison 
Ave., N. Y. City. 

WHITE, J. William; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1850; s. Dr. James 
W. and Mary Anne (McClaranan) W. ; ed. pub. and priv. schs. 
(loc.) ; grad. 1871, Univ. Pa.; post-grad. Ph.D.; m. 1888, Letitia 
Brown, Milford, Conn. ; accomp. Prof. Agassiz to S. America, 
1871-72; res. phys., Phila. Hosp., 1873; and East. State Penitentiary, 
1874-75 ; form. prof, genito-urin. surg. and prof. clin. surg., now 
Barton prof. surg. in Univ. Pa. : mem. Am. Surg. Assn. ; Gen.-Urin. 
Assn.; Coll. Phys. Author: (joint) A Textbook of Surgery, Phila., 
1892; joint transl. of Cornil on Syph., Phila., 1875; many art. on 
med. and surg. subjs. in med. journs. Clubs: Rittenhouse, Univer- 
sity, Country, Reform, etc. Residence: 1810 S. Rittenhouse Square, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

WHITE, Sinclair; surgeon; b. 1858; ed. Queen's Coll., Galway; M.D. 
(gold medallist), M.Ch., Royal Univ.; grad. 1879; m. 1887, Evelyn, 
d. of late Frederick Chalmer, Sheffield ; sen. surg., Sheffield Royal 
Infirmary; lect. on surg., Univ. Coll., Sheffield; medical tutor; then 
house surg. ; then medical officer of health for the city of Sheffield ; 
now practising as a cons, surg.; mem. F.R.C.S., England; D.P.H., 
Camb. Author: The Solvent Action of Moorland Waters on Lead 
Piping, 1886; Trade Diseases of Cutlers and File-makers, 1894; 
var. arts, on surgical diseases in med. journs. Address: Ranmoor, 
Sheffield, Eng. 

WHITE, William Hale; physician; b. London, 1857; s. of William 
Hale White, Groombridge ; m. E. J. S. Fripp ; grad. M.D., London ; 
entered Guy's Hosp., 1875 ; asst. phys., 1885 ; phys. to Guy's Hosp. 
since 1890; lect. on medicine, 1899; Croonian lect. to the Royal 
Coll. of Phys., 1897; mem. F.R.C.P. Author: Text-book of General 
Therapeutics, 1889; Materia Medica, etc., 1892; Text-book of Phar- 
macology and Therapeutics, 1901. Club: Athenaeum. Address: 65 
Harley St., London, Eng. 

WHITFIELD, Arthur; physician; s. late George Whitfield, Notting- 
ham Place, London, Eng. ; ed. Kings Coll. Sch. ; grad. London Univ., 
Kings Coll. Hosp. ; m. Margaret Tuttle of Rochester, N. Y., U. S. 
A. ; post-grad. stud. Berlin, Vienna ; asst. phys., W. Lond. Hosp. ; 
phys., skin dept., Kings Coll. and Gt. North. Cent. Hosps. ; mem. 
Intern. Cong. Dermat, Paris, 1900. Author: var. articles on skin 


diseases, Encyclop. Med.; num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 
21 Bentinck St., Manchester Square, London, Eng. 

WHITFORD, Henry Edgar; physician; b. Elgin, 111., 1859; s. Dr. 
Henry K. and Dr. Susan K. W. ; ed. loc. pub. schs., Elgin Acad. ; 
grad. Bennett Med. Coll., 1881 ; post-grad. Edin. Univ., Scot. ; 
m. 1886, Ida Axtell; prof. ven. dis. and dermat., Bennett Med. 
Coll. since 1886; att. surg., Englewood, Bennett, and Cook Co. 
Hosps., and C. M. & P. R. R. ; mem. Nat. Eclec. Med. Surg. Assn. 
Clubs: Harvard, etc. Residence: 6535 Normal Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WHITLA, Sir William; Kt., cr. 1902; physician; b. Monaghan, 1851 ; 
s. of Robert Whitla; ed. Queen's Coll., Belfast; M.D., Queen's 
Univ. ; L.R.C.P. and S. Ed. ; M.A. honoris causa, Royal Univ. ; m. 
Ada, d. of G. Bourne, The Draconage, Staffordshire; prof, of 
materia medica and therap. in Queen's Coll., Belfast ; sen. phys. to 
the Royal Victoria Hosp. ; cons. phys. to the Ulster Hosp. for Wo- 
men and Children, and to the Ophthal. Hosp. ; phys. to Royal Hosp., 
1882; senator of the Royal Univ., 1886; exam, in Univ. of Glasgow, 
1887; in Royal Univ., 1889; in Victoria Univ., 1899; mem. pres. 
of var. socs. ; pres. Irish Medical Schs. and Graduates' Assn. ; late 
pres. of the Irish Med. Assn. ; pres. of the Ulster Med. Soc. ; hon. 
pres. Therap. Sec. Intern. Congress, Rome, 1894; pres. Sec. of 
Therap. Brit. Med. Assn., 1887; pres. N.I.B.B.M.A. ; hon. member 
Pharmac. Soc. of Gt. Brit. Author: Manual of Materia Medica, 
1882, which has passed through 8 editions; Dictionary of Treatment, 
4th edition, and 4th Chinese edition, and Amer. edition ; University 
Education in Ireland ; var. publics, and scientific addresses and con- 
tribs. to reviews and journals. Address: 8 College Square N., Bel- 
fast, Ireland. 

WHITMAN, Frank S.; homeo. physician; b. Belvidere, 111., 1847; s - 
Hiram and Clarinda W. ; ed. loc. com. schs., Chic. Univ. ; grad. 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chic, 1872; m. 1875, Frances C. Pier, Bel- 
videre ; pres. Bd. Education ; twice mayor of the city of Belvidere ; 
supt. 111. Northern Hosp. for Insane since 1894; assoc. prof. ment. 
dis., Hahnemann Coll. ; mem. Am. Med. -Psych. Soc. ; Am. Inst. 
Homeo. ; State Homeo. Med. Soc. Clubs: Marquette, Chic, Century, 
Elgin. Residence: 750 State St., Elgin, 111. 

WHITNEY, Edward Luther; physician; b. Chatham, O., 1870; s. 
John B. and Adelaide L. W. ; ed. local com. sch., Oberlin Coll., O. ; 
grad. Bait. Med. Coll., 1895; post-grad. stud. Berlin, 1898; prof, 
phys. and chem., Bait. Med. Coll. since 1900 ; mem. A. M. A. ; Med. 


Chir. Fac. Md. ; Bait. Med. and SurgI Soc; pres. same, 1903. 
Author: Metabolism in Typhoid Fever, 1897, and other contribs. 
to med. journs. Residence: 1105 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

WHITNEY, Herbert Baker; physician; b. Leominster, Mass., 1856; 
^. Frank R. and Mary L. W. ; ed. loc. pub. sch., Harv. Univ., 1877; 
grad. latter, 1882; post-grad. A.B., M.D.; m. 1893, Mabel Board- 
man, Boston, Mass. ; prof. med. Denver and Gross Coll. of Med. ; 
vis. phys. Arapahoe Co. Hosp., St. Luke's and Jewish Hosps. ; 
mem. Am. Clim. Soc. Author: The Tubercular Diseases of the 
Pleura, in 20th Cent. Prac. of Med. ; many contribs. to med. journs. 
Residence: 1100 16th Ave., Denver, Colo. 

WHYTE, J. Mackie; physician; b. Moyness, Nairnshire, 1858; 
s. of Rev. J. Whyte, U. F. Church; ed. Nairn Academy; Edinburgh 
High Sch.; grad. Edinburgh and Gottingen Univs. ; M.A. (Edin.) ; 
M.D. (Edin.) ; m. 1894, Mary, d. of A. Pattullo, Strathmartine 
Castle, Forfarshire ; phys. to Dundee Roy. Inf. ; lect. on clin. med., 
St. Andrews' Univ.; mem. M.R.C.S. (England). Author: various 
papers on medical subjects. Club: University, Dundee. Address: 
University College, or 15 Airlie Place, Dundee, Scotland. 

WIATT, William S.; physician; b. Cooper Co., Mo., 1872; ^. Wm. 
Edward and Louise F. W. ; ed. priv. schs., State Univ. of Colum- 
bia; grad. Mo. Univ., 1893; Louisv. Hosp. Coll. Med., 1899; m. 1904, 
Emma A. Moor, Waltham, Mass.; surg. Southern R. R., 1904; 
E. St. Louis Bd. Health, 1901 ; prof, fract. and disloc. and cerebr. 
surgery, 1902; mem. St. Louis Med. Soc; pres. E. St. Louis Med. 
Soc. Author: valuable papers on medicine and surgery in med. 
journs. and before socs. Residence: 629 N. 10th St., E. St. Louis, 

WIGGERS, Henry Hamilton; homeo. physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 
1869; s. Henry H. and Emily D. W. ; ed. loc. pub. schs., and 
Hughes High Sch. ; grad. Pulte Coll., 1892 ; post-grad., N. Y. Post- 
Grad. Sch., 1894, Berlin, Vienna; bacteriol. and chem., Health Dept., 
Cin., 1898; prof, princ. of surgery, and elec. therap., Pulte Coll.; 
mem. State Med. Soc. ; Am. Inst. ; Am. Roentgen Ray Soc., etc. 
Club: Lyceum. Residence: 2406 Auburn Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

WILBUR, Chas. Toppan; physician; b. Newburyport, Mass., 1835; 
s. Rev. Hervey and Ann (Toppan) W. ; ed. loc. com. sch., and 
acad. ; grad. Berkshire Med. Sch., Pittsfield, i860; post-grad. M.A., 
Wes. Univ. ; m. 1859, Delilah C. Peyton, Columbus, O. ; served 
as surg. in Civil War; asst. supt. O. Asyl. for Idiots, 1859; su Pt- 


111. Inst, for Feeb. Mind., 1865-83; estab. Home for Feeb. Mind., 
Kalamazoo, Mich. ; mem. pres. Assn. Supts. of Feeb. Mind. Insts., 
1880; aided in estab. of State Inst, in N. Y., Conn., O., 111., Minn., 
Mich., la., Wis., Kan., Ind., and Cal. Author: Pub. Philanthropic 
Index and Review, 1880-1900; many contribs. on ment. subjs. to 
med. journs. Residence: Wilbur Home, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

WILCOX, Dewitt Gilbert; homeo. surgeon; b. Akron, O., 1858; s. 
David Gilbert W. and Hannah (Whitney) W. ; ed. pub. sch. (local) 
high sch.; grad. Cleveland Homeo. Hosp. Coll., M.D., 1880; m. 
1883, Jennie G. Green, Alfred Center, N. Y. ; was surg. Buff. 
Horn. Hosp., later opened priv. hosp. ; staff mem. Erie Co. Hosp. ; 
mem. Am. Inst. Horn. ; ex-pres. N. Y. St. Horn. Med. Soc. ; ex- 
pres. West. N. Y. Horn. Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. St. Soc. ; pres. Surg. 
Gynecol. Assn. Author: Nephrorrhaphy for Fixation of a Floating 
Kidney, 1888; A Laparo-Myotomy, 1889; Surgery of the Spinal 
Chord, 1891 ; Experimental Bone-Grafting, 1898; many other val- 
uable papers on surg. and gynecol. subjs. in med. journs. Clubs: 
Municipal League, Ellicott, etc. Residence: 584 W. Ferry St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

WILCOX, Reginald Webb; physician; b. Madison, Conn., 1856; s. 
Col. Vincent M. and Catherine M. (Webb) W. ; ed. loc. pub. sch., 
priv. acad., high sch., New London; grad. B.A., Yale, 1878; post- 
grad. M.A., Hobart Coll., 1881 ; M.D., Harv. Univ., 1881 ; LL.D., 
Maryville, Tenn., 1892; m. 1895, Frances M. Weeks, N. Y. City; 
prof, med., N. Y. Post-Grad. Sch. since 1890; phys. St. Mark's 
Hosp. and cons. phys. Nassau Hosp. since 1893; mem. A. Acad. 
Med.; ex-pres. Am. Med. Soc, 1901-2; N. Y. St. and Co. Med. 
Socs. ; ex-pres. Harv. Med. Soc, etc. Author: System of Case Rec- 
ords, 1887; Lecture on Therapeutics for Nurses, 1895; Manual of 
Fever Nursing, Phila., 1904 ; Materia Medica, same, 1905 ; Phar- 
macy and Therap., same, 1905; Pract. Medicine, same, 1906; many 
contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Col. Wars; Sons of Revol., Penns. 
Soc, etc. Residence: 679 Madison Ave, N. Y. City. 

WILD, Robert Briggs; physician, b. 1862; s. of late Robert Wild, 
of Holcombe; ed. priv. tutor; Owens Coll.; B.Sc (Victoria) with 
honors in physiology, 1883; exhibition and gold medal in physi- 
ology, Univ. of London, 1883; grad. M.D. (Lond.), M.R.C.P. 
(Lond.), M.Sc (Victoria) ; Parkin prizeman, Royal Coll. of Phys., 
Edinburgh, 1896; m. Florence, d. of late Lieut.-Col. Hillkirk, of 
Withington; pathol., Manchester Royal Infirmary, and asst. lect. in 


pathol., Owens Coll., 1888-91 ; prof, of materia medica and therap. 
in the Univ. of Manchester since 1901 ; phys. to the Manchester and 
Christie Hosps. for Cancer; mem. M.R.C.S. ; Court of Governors of 
Victoria Univ. since 1897 ; Manchester Literary and Philosoph. Soc. 
and ex-pres. Manchester Pathol. Soc. Author: articles on Pathology, 
Pharmacology, Dermatology, Life Insurance, and University Educa- 
tion. Address: 96 Mosley St., and Owens College, Manchester, Eng. 

WILDER, Alexander; eclect. physician; b. Verona, N. Y., 1823; 5. 
Abel and Aserath (Smith) W.; ed. loc. com. sch. ; grad. Syracuse 
Med. Coll., 1850; M.D., N. Y. Horn. Med. Coll.; U. S. Med. Coll.; 
edit, work, 1853-71; State Dept. Pub. Instruc, 1854-55; civic 
pub. pos., 1872-73; prof, physiol., N. Y. Eel. Med. Coll., 1878-84; 
and of physiol. sci., U. S. Med. Coll. ; mem. num. med. socs. ; pres. 
Sch. Philos., N. Y. Author: Secret of Immortality Revealed, 1846; 
Neo-Platonism and Alchemy, 1869; Our Darwinian Cousins, 1873; 
Ancient Symbol Worship, 1874; Serpent and Siva Worship, 1875; 
Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries, 1874; Vaccination a Fallacy, 
1879; Plea for the Collegiate Education of Women, 1876; Entheism, 
1881; The Soul, 1884; Psychology as a Science, 1884; Fire— Plu- 
tonian and Promethean, 1884; Higher Sources of Knowledge, 1884; 
Life Eternal, 1885; Paul and Pluto, 1885; Ethics and Philosophy 
of the Zoroasters, 1885; Ancient Symbolism and Serpent Worship, 
1886; Later Platonists, 1887, etc., etc.; assoc. ed. Metaphysical Mag- 
azine; also many med. works. Residence: 5 N. nth St., Newark, 

WILKINSON, George; surgeon; b. Hull, 1867; s. of John Wilkin- 
son, surgeon; ed. Emmanuel Coll., Camb. (scholar); St. Mary's 
Hosp., Lond. (Univ. Scholar) ; grad. B.A. ; 1st class Natural Science 
Tripos. Camb., 1888; L.S.A., 1890; M.B., B.C., Cantab., 1891 ; m. 
1895, Alice Foster, of The Pillars, Hornsea; M.R.C.S., England; 
R.C.P., London, 1894; F.R.C.S., England, 1894; hon. surg., 
Sheffield Royal Hosp.; late hon. surg., Sheffield Children's Hosp.; 
demons, of practical surgery, Sheffield Sch. of Medicine. Address: 
350 Glossop Road, Sheffield, Eng. 

WILKINSON, Hugh; physician; b. Seneca, Kan., 1877; .?. Western 
E. and Mary F. W. ; ed. pub. sch., Brunswick, Me. ; grad. Rush 
Med. Coll., 1901 ; unmarried; prof. clin. surgery. Kansas Med. 
Sch., Univ. Kan. ; phys. to Blind Sch. ; formerly prof, physiol., later, 
fract. and disloc, Coll. Phys. Surgs., Kansas City; mem. Co. Med. 


Soc. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 1966 N. 
5th St., Kansas City, Kan. 

WILKS, Sir Samuel; 1st Bt. ; cr. 1897; physician; b. Camberwell, 
1824; s. of Joseph Barber Wilks, Treasurer, East India Company; 
widower; ed. Aldenham Grammar Sch. ; grad. M.D., Lond. ; LL.D., 
Edin.; Univ. Coll.; M.R.C.S., 1847; F.R.C.P., 1856; for many years 
phys. to and lect. on medicine at Guy's Hosp. ; previously curator 
of museum and lect. on pathology; exam, at London Univ., 1867; 
past pres., Royal Coll. of Phys.; late phys. extrao. to H. M., the 
Queen ; phys. to Duke and Duchess of Connaught since 1877 ; cons, 
phys. to Guy's Hosp.; mem. F.R.S.; member of Senate, 1885; Med- 
ical Council, 1887; Commission on Contagious Diseases, 1864; of 
Royal Commission on same subject, 1870. Author: Lectures on 
Pathological Anatomy, 3rd edition ; Lectures on Diseases of the Ner- 
vous System ; Biographical History of Guy's Hosp. ; for many years 
editor of Guy's Hosp. Reports; num. contribs. to societies. Ad- 
dress: 8 Prince Arthur Road, Hampstead, London, Eng. 

WILLARD, DeForest; surgeon; b. Newington, Conn., 1846; s. 
Daniel H. and Sarah Maria (Deming) W. ; ed. loc. pub. sch., Hart- 
ford high sch., grad. Univ. Pa., M.D., 1867; post-grad. Ph.D., 1871 ; 
(hon.) A.M., Lafayette, 1883; m. 1881, Elizabeth Porter, Phila. ; 
was prof, orthop. surgery, Univ. Pa. ; surg. Presbyt. Hosp. ; orthop. 
surg., Univ. Hosp. ; cons, surg., Germant., Jewish, Phoenix, At- 
lantic City and Child. Seash. Hosps., etc. ; served in Civil War ; 
asst. med. direc, U. S.' Centenn. Exhib., 1876; mem. ex-pres. Am. 
Surg. Assn., 1902; Orthop. Assn., 1890; Phila. Acad. Surg., 1901-2; 
chem. surg. sect. A. M. A., 1902 ; Fel. Phil. Coll. Phys. ; Pathol. 
Soc, etc. Author: (joint) Anesthesia and Anesthetics, Detroit; 
in prep. Orthopedic Surgery; editor trans. Am. Surg. Assn., vol. 
xi-xviii. Residence: 1818 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILLIAMS, Chas. Theodore; physician; b. London, Eng., 1838; s. 
late Dr. C. B. B. Williams ; ed. Harrow Sch. ; grad. Oxford Univ., 
St. George's Hosp., Lond. ; post-grad. Paris ; m. 1868, Mary Jef- 
freys; demons, anat. and physiol., St. George's Hosp., 1866; asst. 
phys., Brompton Hosp., 1867; phys. Eng. and Scot. Law Life Ass. 
Co., 1873. Author: The Climate of the South of France, 1869; In- 
fluence of Climate in the Treatment of Consumption, 1887, etc.; 
num. contribs. to med. journs. Club: Athenaeum. Residence: 2 
Upper Brook St., London, Eng. 

WILLIAMS, Dawson; physician; b. 1854, Ulleskelf, Yorkshire; s. 


of Rev. John Mack Williams, formerly Rector of Burnby, Yorks, 
and Ellen Monsarrat; ed. Pocklington; Univ. Coll., London; grad. 
M.B. (honors), B.S., 1879; M.D., 1881, Univ. of London; m. 
1882, Catherine, d. of Robert Kirkpatrick-Howat, D.L., of Mabie, 
Kirkcudbrightshire; cons. phys. to East London Hosp. for Children, 
Shadwell; mem. F.R.C.P., London, 1895; fellow of Univ. Coll., 
London. Author: Medical Diseases of Infancy and Childhood, 1898; 
editor of the British Medical Journal since 1898. Club: Garrick. 
Address: 2 Agar St., Strand, London, Eng. 

WILLIAMS, Francis; physician; b. Muscatine, la., 1871 ; s. Benj. 
and Anna Frances W. ; ed. com. schs. in Kansas, and Pac. Univ. ; 
acad., Stanford Univ.; grad. San Franc. Coll. Phys. Surgs., 1900; 
m. 1903, Eleanor Harlow Stephens, Pacific Grove, Cal. ; prof, 
physiol., Coll. Phys. Surgs., S. F. ; asst. surg., Santa Fe R. R.; 
asst. vis. surg., S. F. City and Co. Hosps. ; lect. hyg. and dietetics, 
S. F. Coll. Phys. Surgs.; mem. Co. Med. Soc; State Med. Soc; 
sec. S. F. Clin. Soc. Clubs: (social). Residence: 1392 Haight St., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

WILLIAMS, Harold; physician; b. Brookline, Mass., 1853; j. Moses 
B. and Mary Jane (Penniman) W. ; ed. loc. high sch. ; acad., 
Harv. Coll.; grad. Harvard, 1878; post-grad. LL.D., Tufts Coll., 
1905 ; m. 1876, Alice L. Cary, Boston, Mass. ; prof, of theor. and 
prac. of med., Tufts Coll.; dean of med. and dent, schs., same; 
mem. fel. and counc, Mass. Med. Soc. ; Bos. Soc. Med. Improv. ; 
A. M. A. ; Am. Clim. Assn. ; Am. Ped. Soc, etc. Author: num. 
contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 528 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAMS, Robert Findlater; physician; b. Richmond, Va., 1869; 
s. Robert F. and Isabella (Wilkins) W. ; ed. priv. sch., and 
Univ. Va. ; Ph.B., 1890; M.A., 1891 ; M.D. grad. 1892; prof. mat. 
med. and therap., Va. Univ., 1897-1904 ; prof. prac. of med., same, 
1904 ; mem. Richmond Acad. Med. Surg. ; A. M. A. ; A. Acad. 
Med. ; Co. Med. Soc. Author: Notes on Materia Medica, 1902 ; 
Food in Health or Disease, Phila., 1906, etc. Club: Westmoreland. 
Residence: 5th and Main Sts., Richmond, Va. 

WILLIAMS, Surgeon=Gen. William Daniel Campbell; C. B., 1900; 
physician; b. Sydney, New South Wales, 1856; .?. late William 
James Williams, M.D. ; ed. The New Sch., Sydney ; Sydney Gram- 
mar Sch. ; grad. Univ. Coll., London ; gold medallist, surgery, Univ. 
Coll. Hosp., London ; m. Florence Severn ; staff surg., New South 
Wales Artillery; surg.-major and P.M.O., Soudan Contingent, 1885; 


P.M.O., Australian and New Zealand Forces, South Africa, and 
P.M.O., Hamilton's Force and Hunter's Force, South Africa, 1900; 
appointed surg.-general (local), South Africa; New South Wales 
Army Medical Corps; direc.-general Army Medical Services, Com- 
monwealth Defence, 1902; decorated for South African services; 
cons, surg., St. Vincent's Hosp., Sydney, New South Wales. Club: 
Union, Sydney. Address: Headquarters, Melbourne, Australia. 
WILLIAMSON, Chas. Spencer; physician; b. Cincinnati, O., 1872; 
s. Wm. F. and Mary L. W. ; ed. local pub. sch., Woodward High 
Sch., O. Univ.; grad. latter, 1896; post-grad. stud. Leipzig, Ber- 
lin, Vienna, and Paris ; m. 1903, Josephine Stillwell ; res. phys., 
Cin. Hosp., 1896-97; prof. clin. med., Coll. Phys. Surgs., Univ. 
111. ; cons, phys., Cook Co. Hosp. and Dunning Inst. ; mem. Chic. 
Med. Soc. ; 111. Med. Soc. ; A. M. A. ; Chic. Path. Soc. ; Deutsche 
Med. Gesell., etc. Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. Resi- 
dence: 515 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. 
WILLMOTH, Argus David; physician; b. Kineyville, Ky., 1874; s. 
William and Pemelia W. ; ed. com. sch. (local), Vine Grove acad. ; 
grad. Louisville Med. Coll.; m. 1895, Maggie Brown, Vine Grove; 
prof, surgery, Ky. Sch. Med., 1899-04; prof, surgery and clin. sur- 
gery, Ky. Univ. ; mem. State, Co. and Local Med. Socs. ; Louis- 
ville Clin. Soc. Author: ed. American Practitioner and News, 
Louisville, Ky. Club: Commercial. Residence: 101 E. Chestnut 
St., Louisville, Ky. 
WILLS, Charles James; physician; b. Chichester, 1842; s. of James 
Wills, Brighton ; ed. Sevenoaks Grammar Sch. ; St. Bartholomew's 
Hosp. ; grad. M.D., Univs. of Aberdeen and London ; medical officer 
H. B. M., Telegraph Department in Persia; since 1882, writer. 
Author: The Land of the Lion and Sun, 1883 ; Persia as it is, 1886; 
The Pit Town Coronet, 1888; Was he Justified?, 1891 ; John Squire's 
Secret, 1891 ; The Great Doremi, 1890; In and About Bohemia, 
1894; His Sister's Hand, 1893; Behind an Eastern Veil, 1895; Her 
Portrait, 1893; An Easy-going Fellow, 1896; Jardyne's Wife, 1891 ; 
In the Sunny South of France, 1891 ; in collaboration with F. C. 
Phillips— The Fatal Phryne, 1889; The Scudamores, 1890; Sybil 
Ross's Marriage, 1890; A Maiden Fair to See, 1891 ; in collabora- 
tion with John Davidson — Laura Ruthven's Widowhood, 1893 ; 
edited illustrated edition Hajji Baba (with original notes), 1896; 
His Dead Past, 1897; in collaboration with L. G. Burchett — The 
Yoke of Steel, 1896; The Dean's Apron, 1899. Recreations: gar- 


dening, reading, cards. Clubs: Oriental, Savage. Address: South- 
gate, Knoll Road, Bexley, Kent, Eng. 

WILSEY, Orville Jay; physician; b. Otego, N. Y., 1854; s. Orville 
and Mary Ann (St. John) W.; ed. loc. pub. schs., and Delaware 
Inst., Franklin, N. Y.; grad. Albany State Normal, N. Y. Univ., 
M.D.; asst. phys., Binghamton State Hosp., 1882-92; supt. L. I. 
Home since 1892 ; mem. Co. Med. Soc. ; N. Y. Med.-Psych. Assn. ; 
pres. Brooklyn Soc. Neurol., 1905. Residence: Amity ville, L. I., 
N. Y. 

WILSON, James Cornelius; physician; b. Phila., Pa., 1847; s. Dr. 
Ellwood W. and Hannah Paul (Shallcross) W. ; ed. loc. priv. sch., 
Phillips Exeter Acad.; grad. Princeton Coll., 1867; post-grad. A.M., 
1870; M.D., 1869, Jefferson Coll.; att. phys., Jefferson Hosp., 1876; 
German Hosp., 1879; prof, pract. of med., Jefferson, 1891 ; att. phys., 
Pa. Hosp., 1895; phys.-in-chief, Germ. Hosp.; mem. ex-pres. Am. 
Clim. Assn.; A.M.A. ; ex-pres. Assn. Am. Phys.; Am. Phil. Soc; 
ex-pres. Am. Acad. Med. Author: The Summer and its Diseases, 
Phila., 1879; A Treatise on the Continued Nerves, N. Y., 1881 ; 
Fever Nursing, Phila., 1888; Pocket Visiting List, Phila., 1894; many 
import, contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Rittenhouse, University, 
Pennsylv., Country, etc. Residence: 1509 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

WINQATE, U. Owen Brackett; physician; b. Rochester, N. H., 1848; 
s. David, Jr., and Lydia Thompson (Wentworth) W. ; ed. loc. pub. 
sch., West Lebanon Acad., priv. instru. ; grad. Dartmouth Med. 
Coll., 1874; m. 1889, Nellie W. Schoonmaker, Owego, N. Y.; comm. 
health, Milwaukee, 1890-94 ; prof. nerv. and mental dis., Wis. Coll. 
Phys. Surgs. since 1894; phys.-in-chief to Resthaven, Waukesha, 
Wis. ; mem. A.M.A. ; N. Y. Med. Leg. Assn. ; Am. Pub. Heal. Assn. ; 
Am. Med. Psych. Assn.; Mass. Med. Soc; St. Med. Soc; etc. 
Author: many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Milwaukee, Sons of 
Amer. Revol., etc. Residence: Hotel Aberdeen, Milwaukee, Wis. 

WINN, John F.; physician; b. Winnsville, Va., 1852; 5. Philip J. and 
Elizabeth R. (Ballow) W. ; ed. priv. acad. ; grad. Univ. Va. (M.D.) ; 
post-grad. stud. N. Y. Polycl., and Phila. Polycl. ; w. 1897, Willie 
Rosalie Yeamans, Richmond, Va. ; prof. clin. obstet, Univ. Coll. 
Med. ; obstet. to Va. Hosp. ; supt. Va. Hosp., 1903 ; corr. sec. Univ. 
Coll. Med., 1903; lect. obstet., Univ. Coll. Med., 1897-1905; prof, 
clin. obstet.; mem. Va. Hosp. Med. Soc, etc. Author: many con- 
tribs. to med. journs. ; editor Richmond Journal of Practice, (founder 
in 1887). Residence: 114 N. 5th St., Richmond, Va. 


WINSLOW, John Randolph; physician; b. Baltimore, Md., 1866; 5. 
Dr. Caleb and Jane P. W. ; ed. priv. sch., Prov., R. I. ; Johns Hop- 
kins Univ.; grad. Univ. Md., 1888; post-grad. Vienna and Munich; 
m. 1894, Elizabeth Lewis Read, Phila., Pa.; lect. chem., 1889, prof, 
physiol., 1890, clin. prof. Laryngol., 1894, Worn. Med. Coll., Balti- 
more ; surg. Presbyt. Eye, Ear, and Throat Hosp. ; clin. prof. Nose 
and Throat, Univ. Md. ; mem. A.M.A. ; Med. Chir. Fac, Md. ; Am. 
Laryng., Rhinol., and Otol. Soc. Author: num. contribs. to med. 
journs. ; editor Journal of Bye, Ear and Throat Diseases. Residence: 
114 W. Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. 

WINSLOW, L. Forbes; physician; b. London, 1844; s. of Dr. Forbes 
Winslow and Susannah Holt of Cyston Hall, Louth, and Frant 
Priory, Sussex; ed. Rugby; grad. Downing Coll., Cambridge; 
D.C.L., Oxon. ; M.B., Cantab. ; LL.D., Cantab. ; m. Florence Jessie, 
d. of Dr. J. M. Winn ; founder of British Hosp. for Mental Dis- 
orders, London ; M.R.C.P., London ; lineal descendant of the famous 
Edward Winslow, 1st governor of New Plymouth, one of the leaders 
of the Pilgrim Fathers who left England in the "Mayflower" in 
1620; v-pres. of Medico-Legal Congress, N. Y., and chairman of the 
Psychol. Dept. ; engaged in the principal lunacy investigations during 
the last quarter of a century in England and U. S. ; hon. phys. to the 
Cabdrivers' Benevolent Assn. ; also to the United Kingdom Railway 
Officers' and Servants' Assn. ; late lect. on Insanity, Charing Cross 
Hosp. ; phys. to West End Hosp. and North London Hosp. for Con- 
sumption. Author: Manual of Lunacy; Mad Humanity; Eccentric- 
ity of Youth Leading to Crime ; Fasting and Feeding ; Uncontrollable 
Drunkenness; Spiritualistic Madness; Handbook for Attendants on 
the Insane; Lunacy Law in England, codified (published in French) ; 
editor for eight years Psychological Journal ; innumerable articles in 
monthly and quarterly journs. in England and America. Clubs: 
New University, M.C.C. Address: 33 Devonshire St., Portland 
Place, London, Eng. ; Tremaine, Grove Park Gardens, Chiswick. 

WINTERBURN, George William; homeo. physician; b. N. Y. City, 
1845; s. Rev. Dr. Chas. and Katherine G. (Boss) W. ; ed, pub. sch. 
N. Y., and Cincinnati, Hughes high sch. ; grad. Eel. Med. Coll., N. 
Y., 1875; post-grad. Ph.D., U. S. Med. Coll., 1881 ; m, 1893, Flor- 
ence M. Hull, Bridgeport, Conn. ; prof. mat. med. and therap., Eel. 
Med. Coll., N. Y., 1878-82; clin. lect. Manhattan Hosp., 1878-82; 
mem. pres. Am. Obstet. Soc, 1885-92; ex-pres. many local socs. ; 
N. Y. State and Co. Horn. Socs. ; Am. Inst. Horn. Author: Amer. 


Vegetable Remedies, N. Y., 1878; Chincona, N. Y., 1880; The Value 
of Vaccination, Phila., 1884; Purpura, N. Y., 1885; A Pocket Rep- 
ertory to the Materia Medica, N. Y., 1886; num. contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: 7 W. 108th St., N. Y. City. 

WISE, Peter Manuel; physician; b. Clarence, N. Y., 1851 ; s. Joseph 
and Elizabeth W. ; ed. loc. com. sch., prep. priv. inst. ; grad. Univ. 
Buffalo, 1872; m. 1875, Anna E. Weston, Batavia, N. Y. ; med. supt. 
Willard State Hosp., 1884-90; same St. Lawrence State Hosp. (or- 
ganizer), 1890-96; pres. State Comm. in Lunacy, 1896-1900; prof, 
psychiatry, Univ. Vt., 1891-95 ; mem. N. Y. St. Med. Soc. ; pres. 
Sen. Co. Med. Soc; pres. Am. Med. Psych. Assn., 1900; N. Y. Co. 
Med. Soc. ; Soc. Med. Mentale Belgique ; etc. Author: Text-book 
for Training Schools, N. Y., 1896; Laws and Directory of the In- 
sane, N. Y., 1899; Reports of State Comm. in Lunacy, 1896-1900; 
Reports Willard State Hosp., 1884-90; Rep. St. Lawrence State 
Hosp., 1890-96; many contribs. to med. journs. Clubs: Lotus, etc. 
Residence: 502 W. 143d St., N. Y. City. 

WOLCOTT, Robert Henry; physician; b. Alton, 111., 1868; .?. Robert 
N. and Agnes (Swain) W. ; ed. loc. pub. schs., Grand Rapids high 
sch.; grad. Univ. Mich., M.D., 1893; post-grad. A.M., Neb. Univ., 
1895 > m - I ^97> Clara Buckstaff, Lincoln, Neb. ; prof, anat, Univ. 
Neb. ; mem. sec. Am. Micro. Soc. ; Assn. Am. Micro. ; many local, 
state and national scientific socs. Residence: 2100 B St., Lincoln, 

WOLFE, Theodore Freylinghuysen; physician; b. Roxbury, N. J., 
1847; s - Daniel R. and Mary S. Wolfe; ed. com. sch., Sucusunna, N. 
J. ; and Acad. Phila. ; grad. Coll. Phys. Surgs., N. Y., 1868; m, 1880, 
F. Gertrude Franklin, Hartford, Conn. ; mem. Pathol. Soc. ; Acad. 
Med. ; Acad. Sci. ; etc. Author: Anesthesia and Anesthetics, 1878 ; 
Tetanus, 1884; A Literary Pilgrimage, Phila., 1897; Literary 
Shrines, 1898; Literary Haunts and Homes of American Authors, 
1900; Literary Rambles at Home and Abroad, all pub. in Phila.; 
num. contribs. to med. journs. Residence: 85 Railroad Ave., Jersey 
City, N. J. 

WOLFF, Bernard; physician; b. Riverbound, Va., 1868; s. Maj. Ber- 
nard L. and Eliza Preston (McDowell) W. ; ed. loc. com. schs., and 
Richmond, and Hampden Sidney Coll., Va. ; grad. Univ. Va., M.D., 
1888; post-grad. N. Y. Coll. Phys. Surgs.; Heidelberg, Germany; 
m. 1894, Marian Hillyer, Atlanta, Ga. ; asst. demons, anat., Univ. 
Va., 1889; l ect - dermat, Atlanta Coll. Phys. Surgs.; clin. prof., 1905; 


mem. Co. Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. State Med. Assn.; Am. Elec. Ther. 
Assn. ; etc. ; Board of Health, Atlanta ; sec. State Comm. on Tuberc. 
Author: num. contribs. to med. journs. ; editor Atlanta Journal- 
Record of Medicine. Clubs: Sons of Revol. and var. social. Resi- 
dence: 9 Peachtree Place, Atlanta, Ga. 

WOOD, James C; homeo. physician; b. Wood Co., O., 1858; ed. O. 
Wesl. Univ., A.M., 1893; grad. Mich. Univ., M.D., 1879; prof, 
obstet. and dis. of worn, and child., Mich. Univ., for 8 years ; prof, 
gynecol., Cleveland Med. Coll. ; gynecol. to the Huron St. and Cleve- 
land City Hosps. ; mem. ex-pres. Am. Inst. Homeo. ; Fel. Brit. Gyne- 
col. Soc. ; founder of the Intern. Congr. Gynecol, and Obstet. Resi- 
dence: Rose Building, Cleveland, O. 

WOOD, Thomas Outterson; physician ; s. of Thomas Outterson Wood, 
Durham ; ed. Univ. of Durham, St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; grad. 
M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., Edin.; M.R.C.P., Lond., etc.; m. 1870 
Caroline Augusta Charlotte, y. d. of Edward Potter, Cramlington 
House, Northumberland ; phys. supt. of Dunston Lodge Asyl. ; lect. 
on Mental Diseases, and exam, in Med. Jurispr., Durham Univ. Med. 
Coll., 1874; med. officer Kent County Asyl., 1876; phys. supt. Isle 
of Man Govt. Asyl., 1883; sen. phys. West End Hosp. for Nervous 
Diseases, Epilepsy, and Paralysis ; cons, phys., St. George's and St. 
James' Dispensary, London ; pres. Durham Univ. Med. Graduates' 
Assn., 1897. Author: The New Lunacy Act, 1889, arranged for the 
use of medical practitioners and others ; Lunacy Law in Tuke's Dic- 
tionary of Psychological Medicine; The Earlier Phases of Mental 
Disease; The Law and Practice of Lunacy, in Clifford Allbutt's 
System of Medicine; Epilepsy and Paralysis treated by Trephining, 
etc. Clubs: Conservative, Junior Constitutional, Surrey County 
Cricket. Address: 40 Margaret St., Cavendish Square, London, 

WOODHEAD, German Sims; physician; b. Huddersfield, 1855; s - °* 
Joseph Woodhead, J. P. (formerly M.P. for Spen Valley), editor 
Huddersfield Examiner, and Catherine, d. of James Booth Wood- 
head, The Ridings, Holmfirth ; ed. Huddersfield Coll.; grad. Edin. 
Univ., Berlin, and Vienna; M.A., Cantab. (Honoris Causa) ; M.D., 
Edin.; F.R.C.P., Edin.; F.R.S.E. ; m. 1881, Harriett Elizabeth St. 
Clair Erskine, 2nd d. of James Yates, Edinburgh; pres. Roy. Med. 
Soc, 1878; engaged in teaching first Anat. and then Pathol., and 
study of these subjects in the Minto House School of Medicine, the 
Univ. of Edinburgh, the Edin. Royal Infirmary, and the Laboratory 


of the Roy. Coll. of Phys., Edinburgh, 1879-90; asst. comm. to the 
Roy. Commission on Tuberculosis, 1892-95; Fel. of Trinity Hall, 
Camb. ; prof, of Pathol., Camb. Univ., since 1899; formerly director 
of the Laboratories of the Conjoint Board of the Royal Colleges of 
Physicians (London) and Surgeons (England) ; mem. pres. Brit. 
Med. Temp. Assn.; mem. of Royal Commission on Tuberculosis, 
1902; Executive Committee Cancer Fund, 1902; Major Royal Army 
Med. Corps (Volunteer). Author: Practical Pathology, 1883; 
Pathological Mycology (with Arthur W. Hare, M.B.), 1885; Bac- 
teria and their Products, 1891 ; Report to the Royal Commission on 
Tuberculosis, 1895; Report on Diphtheria to the Metropolitan 
Asylums Board ; editor of the Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology. 
Club: Savage. Address: 6 Scroope Terrace, Cambridge, Eng. 

WOODRUFF, Thomas Adams; physician; b. St. Catherines, Ont., 
Can., 1865; s - Samuel D. and Jane C. Woodruff; ed. com. sch. Upper 
Can., and Toronto Coll.; grad. M'Gill Univ., Mont., 1888; L.R.C. 
P.L., 1890 ; ophthalm. surg. to St. Luke's and St. Anthony De Padua 
Hosps. Author: Commoner Diseases of the Eye, Chic, 1904 ; many 
contribs. on diseases of the eye, in med. journs. ; mem. A.M.A. ; Fel. 
Am. Acad. Med., and Am. Acad. Ophthalm. ; Chic. Med. Soc. ; Chic. 
Ophthalm. Soc. ; etc. Clubs: Calumet, University, Washington Park. 
Residence: 72 Madison St., Chicago, 111. 

WOODS, Chas. Samuel; physician; b. Lansing, Mich., 1878; ed. Baker 
Univ. and DePauw Univ.; grad. Rush Med. Coll., 1900; m. 1902, 
Daisy Burton; post-grad. stud. Berlin, and Prague; Haines Fellow 
in Chem., Rush, 1900-01 ; adj. prof, chem., 1901-02; and Med. Dept. 
Univ. 111., 1903-04; prof, chem., Ind. Coll., 1905. Club: social frat. 
Residence: 2709 Ashland Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

WOODSON, Chas. R.; physician; b. Knox Co., Ky., 1848; s. Benj. J. 
and Margaret J. (Fulkerson) W. ; ed. loc. pub. schs. ; grad. Mo. 
Med. Coll., St. Louis, 1872; supt. of State Hosp. No. 2, St. Joseph, 
since 1890; mem. Buchanan Med. Soc; Mo. State Med. Soc; Miss. 
Val. Med. Soc; Am. Med. Psych. Soc. Clubs: Monroe, Lotus. 
Residence: State Hosp. No. 2, St. Joseph, Mo. 

WOODWARD, Albert Pearson; physician; b. Pleasantville, la., 1855; 
s. A. Terry and Mary Jane (Parker) W. ; ed. com. sch., Lebanon, 
Ore.; acad. Pac Meth. Coll., Cal.; grad. same, 1876; m. 1895, Lillian 
K. Hastings, San Francisco, Cal.; prof, dermat, Col. Phys. Surgs., 
San Franc, 1896; post-grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1886; house 
staff, Skin and Cancer Hosp., N. Y., 1888-89; mem. A.M.A. ; Co. 


Med. Soc. ; ex-pres. same. Author: many contribs. to med. journs. 
Residence: 312 Haight St., San Francisco, Cal. 

WORDIN, Nathaniel E.; physician; b. Bridgeport, Conn., 1844; s. 
Nathaniel S. and Fanny A. (Leavenworth) W. ; ed. priv. inst. 
(local), Yale Coll.; grad. latter, 1870; post-grad. M.A., Yale, 1874; 
M.D., Jefferson, 1873; m - I 879, Eliza W. Barnes, Southington, 
Conn. ; phys. to Bridgp. Prot. Orph. Asyl. ; vis. surg. to Bridgp. 
Hosp. ; Conn. St. Bd. Health, 1890-1900; mem. sec. Conn. Med. Soc, 
1888-1905; pres. State Med. Soc; Bridgp. Med. Assn.; Co. Med. 
Assn. Author: editor of soc. trans., 1888-1906. Club: Contempo- 
rary. Residence: 274 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

WRIGHT, A. H.; physician; b. Brampton, Ontario, 1846; s. of Henry 
Wright and S. J. Webb, Colborne; ed. Univ. Coll., Toronto; grad. 
M.B., Toronto Univ., 1873 ; m. 1874, Flora dimming, Trenton ; 
practised in Colborne, Ontario, three years; went to England, 1876; 
B.A., M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng. ; Obstet. and Gynecol, to the Burnside 
Lying-in Hosp. in connection with the Toronto General Hosp. since 
1885; prof, of Obstet., Univ. of Toronto, since 1887; practising in 
Toronto since 1877. Author: A Text-book of Obstetrics. Clubs: 
Toronto, Royal Canadian Yacht, Albany, Toronto Curling, Lambton 
Country (golf). Address: 30 Gerrard St., E. Toronto, Canada. 

WRIGHT, Alrnroth E.; physician; ed. Dub. Univ.; grad. B.A., M.B., 
B.Ch. ; post-grad. Leipzig, Strasburg and Marburg ; demons, pathol., 
Camb. Univ., 1887; of physiol., Sidney Univ., Aust., 1889; prof, 
pathol., Army Med. Sch., Netley, 1892-1902; mem. Ind. Plague 
Comm., 1898-1900. Author: Systems of Antityphoid Inoculation, 
etc Residence: 7 Lower Seymour St., London, Eng. 

WURDEMANN, Harry Vanderbilt; physician; b. Washington, D. C, 
1865; s. John V. and Matilda (Barnard) W. ; ed. pub. schs., Wash- 
ington, St. Louis and Leavenworth, Kan. ; grad. Columbian Univ. ; 
post-grad. London, Eng., and Vienna; m. 1888, Rachel Field Stark- 
weather, Milwaukee, Wis. ; prof, ophthalm., Milw. Med. Coll., and 
chief of Eye Clin. ; ophth. and aur. surg. to Milw. Co., and Hosp. 
for Chronic Insane; prof, ophthalm. Chic. Eye, Ear, Nose, and 
Throat Coll. ; mem. A.M.A. ; State Med. Soc. ; Co. Med. Soc. ; Milw. 
Med. Soc. ; Am. Acad. Ophth. and Oto-Laryngol., etc. Author: 
man. edit. Annals of Ophthalmology, 1898-1904; ed. and pub. Oph- 
thalmology; assoc. ed. Ophthalmic Record. Clubs: Milwaukee, 
Town, Athletic, etc. Residence: 653 Franklin Place, Milwaukee, 


WYLLIE, John; physician; b. Midlothian; grad. Edinburgh Univ.; 
post-grad. Paris; was sen. pres. Roy. Med. Soc, Edin., 1866; res. 
phys. Roy. Inf., 1865-66; house phys. Gen. Hosp., Birmingham, 
Eng., 1866-68; pathol. Roy. Inf., Edin., 1875-77; asst - phys. i n cn g"- 
Hosp. for Fevers, 1896-1900; F.R.C.P., Edin., 1870; LL.D., Edin., 
1897; prof, of med. and of clin. med., Edinburgh Univ., since 1900; 
principal med. officer to the Scottish Equitable Assurance Company 
since 1887. Author: The Disorders of Speech, 1894; var. contribs. 
to med. journs. Residence: Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

WYMAN, Walter; surgeon; b. St. Louis, Mo., 1848; grad. City Univ., 
St. Louis, 1866; Amherst Coll., Mass., 1870; post-grad. A.M. 
(LL.D., Western Univ. of Pa., 1897) ; St. Louis Med. Coll., 
1873 ; two years in St. Louis City Hosps., 1873-75 ; in Marine 
Hosp. Service since 1876; serving successively at St. Louis, Cin- 
cinnati, Baltimore, New York, and Washington; asst. surg., 1876; 
surg., 1877; supvg. surg.-general, 1891 ; surg.-general, Public 
Health and Marine Hospital Service of the United States since 
1902; studied physical conditions affecting seamen of merchant 
marine, and aided in passing laws for their benefit; has charge 
of 22 marine hospitals, and a large number of relief stations; 
charge of government measures to ward off cholera in 1893 ; 
is by law charged with the administration of National Quarantine 
Stations ; originated and established sanatorium for consumptive sail- 
ors at Fort Stanton, New Mexico; estab. Hygienic Laboratory, 
M.H.S., for which Congress has just given new building and site 
of fever wards, 1876-82; phys. Roy. Inf., 1882-97; cons. phys. City 
for same at Washington, D. C. ; estab., and is chairman of, the Yel- 
low Fever Inst., Public Health and Marine Hospital Service ; charge 
of quarantines in Porto Rico, the Philippines and Hawaii, and in 
Alaska; obtained the passage of bill changing name of M.H.S. to 
Public Health and Marine Hospital Service ; mem. pres. of the First 
Intern. Sanit. Conf. of Amer. Republics held in Washington, 1902; 
chairm. of the Internat. Sanit. Bureau; pres. of the Amer. Public 
Health Assn., and first v-pres. Assn. of Milit. Surg, of the United 
States. Author: pamphlets on matters connected with the public 
health. Clubs: Metropolitan, Cosmos, Washington. Address: 
Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C. 

WYNN, Frank Barbour; physician; b. Springfield, Ind., i860; s. 
James M. and Margaret R. W. ; ed. loc. com. sch., DePauw Univ., 
1883 ; grad. O. Med. Coll. ; post-grad. A.M., DePauw ; stud. Berlin 


and Vienna; m. 1895, Carrie L. Arnold, Dayton, O. ; prof, pathol. 
and phys. diagn. Ind. Univ. ; mem. A.M.A. ; ex-sec. and chm. sect, 
path, and phys. ; founder and pres. dir. of sci. exhib. A.M.A. ; founder 
of med. dept. Indianaps. Pub. Libr. Author: many contribs. to med. 
journs. Residence: 1406 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
WYNTER, Walter Essex; physician; ed. Epsom Coll.; Middlesex and 
St. Bartholomew's Hosps. ; grad. M.D. ; B.S., Lond. ; Freiburg; Lon- 
don Univ. ; phys. and lect. on Medicine, Middlesex Hosp. ; mem. 
F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. Author: Manual of Clinical and Practical Pa- 
thology, 1890; Middlesex Hospital Medical Reports, 1899-1901 ; va- 
rious contribs. to journs. Address: 27 Wimpole St., London, Eng. 

YEO, Gerald Francis; physician; b. Ireland, 1845; .?. of late Henry 
Yeo, J. P., Howth, Co. Dublin ; ed. Dungannon Sch. ; grad. M.D., 
Trinity Coll., Dublin; Paris, Berlin, and Vienna; m. 1st, Charlotte, 
d. of J. Kitchin, 1873 ; 2nd, Augusta Frances, d. of Ed. Hunt, Bel- 
more, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny; practised as surg. in Dublin and 
taught Anat. in the Univ. of Dublin, 1871-74; prof, of Physiology, 
K.C.L., 1874-90; exam, in Physiology in R.C.S., England, 1880-91; 
Univ. of London, 1882-87; Cambridge, 1887-88; Emer. prof. King's 
Coll., London; Oxf., 1889-91; R.C.V.S., 1885-91; for 15 years hon. 
sec. Physiol. Soc. ; mem. F.R.S. Author: Hand-book of Physiology; 
several papers on Pathology and Physiology. Clubs: Albemarle; 
R.W.Y.C, Eng.; R. Cruising; F.Y.C. Address: Bowden House, 
Totnes, S. Devon, Eng. 

YEO, J. Burney; physician; ed. King's Coll., London; grad. M.D. ; 
became senior med. scholar, and afterwards res. med. tutor; m. 
Winifred Helen, d. of late T. Spyers, M.D. ; 10 years phys. of the 
Brompton Consumption Hosp. ; chair of Clin. Therapeutics, and 
afterwards of the Princ. and Pract. of Medicine, in King's Coll. ; 
Emeritus prof, of med., King's Coll., London ; cons, phys., King's 
Coll. Hosp. ; Fel. of King's Coll. ; phys. to Life Assn. of Scotland. 
Author: Manual of Medical Treatment ; Food in Health and Disease ; 
Mineral Springs and Climates; and many articles in Fortnightly, 
Contemporary, and Nineteenth Century. Club: Garrick. Address: 
44 Hertford St., Mayfair, London, Eng. 

YOUNG, Robert Arthur; physician; b. 1871 ; ed. United Westminster 


Schs. ; King's College and Middlesex Hosp., London; grad. M.D., 
B.Sc., Lond.; M.R.C.P., Lond. ; Univ. Scholar in Physiology at 
B.Sc. ; qualified for gold medal in M.D. ; Entrance Scholar, Murray 
Scholar and Medallist at Middlesex Hosp. Med. Sch. ; house phys. to 
the Middlesex and Brompton Hosps. ; lect. on Physiology, Middle- 
sex Hosp. ; exam, in Physiol, to the Conjoint Board of the Roy. Coll. 
of Phys. and Surg. ; asst. phys., Pathol, and Curator of Museum, 
Middlesex Hosp. ; lect. on Pharmacology in the Med. Sch. and War- 
den of the Coll. Author: editor and translator of Brass' Atlas of 
Histology; var. papers in scientific and med. journs., and in the 
Archives of the Middlesex Hosp. Address: 41 Wimpole St.; The 
College, Middlesex Hospital, London, Eng. 

ZAHORSKY, John; physician; b. Hungary, Europe, 1871 ; .?. John 
and Amelia (Gura) Z. ; ed. com. schs., Steelville, Mo., and Norm, and 
Business Inst. ; grad. Mo. Univ., 1895 ; m. 1900, H. Beth Silvervvood, 
St. Louis, Mo. ; clin. prof, pediat., Washington Univ., 1905 ; chief of 
child, clin. same, 1900; mem. ex-pres. Bethesda Ped. Soc. Author: 
editor St. Louis Courier of Medicine, 1903 ; The Premature Infant, 
St. Louis, 1905 ; Convallaria, 1905 ; many contribs. to med. journs. 
Residence: 1460 S. Grand St., St. Louis, Mo. 

ZAPFFE, Fred Carl; physician; b. Milwaukee, Wis., 1873; s. August 
and Babette Z. ; ed. com. and high schs. (local) ; grad. Chic. Coll. 
Phys. Surgs., 1896; m. 1896, Anna M. Stolba, Chicago; prof, histol., 
Univ. 111. ; prof, same, and micros. Dent. Dept, same ; etc. ; mem. 
Am. Micro. Soc. ; A.M.A. ; State Med. Assn. ; Chic. Med. Soc. ; Chic. 
Path. Soc. ; sec.-treas. Am. Med. Coll. Author: Manual of Bacteriol- 
ogy, Phila., 1903. Residence: 1764 Lexington St., Chicago, 111. 

ZEISLER, Joseph; physician; b. Bielitz, Austrian Silesia, 1858; s. 
Ignatz and Anna Z. ; ed. Biel. gym., Univ. Vienna; grad. latter, 1882; 
m. 1885, Therese Feuchtmann of Vienna ; ex-surg. Austrian Army, 
1882-83; mem. Am. Dermat. Assn., (pres. same 1904); A.M.A. ; 
Chic. Med. Soc; Dermat. Soc, Germany; (corr.) Derm. Soc, 
Vienna ; Intern. Derm. Cong. ; Chic. Derm. Soc ; etc. Clubs: Physi- 
cians', Literary. Author: contrib. Morrow's System of Genito-Urin. 
Diseases, N. Y., 1893 > var - contribs. to med. journs. on dermatolog- 
ical subjs. Residence: 3256 Lake Park Ave., Chicago, 111. 

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