American College of Surgeons - Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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ijili!|!i|!ijii|iijiii!iji[iiliii[il|iiii|i[ii[iiii,|ii|[ii;iii,,li|i;|ii| AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS £ American College ? Surgeons A LIST OF THE FELLOWS 1913 . Organi ' z.ed May 5, 1 13 Washington D. C. FIRST CONVOCATION HELD AT CHICAGO, NOVEMBER 13, 1913 RD 10 mjiH CONTENTS 1. Fellowship Pledge vii 2. Officers and Regents ix 3. Historical i 4. Founders of the College 3 5. The By-Laws 9 6. Method of Selecting Fellows 15 Application Forms 15 Committees on Credentials 17 7. The First Convocation 19 The Program 19 Conferring of Fellowships 20 Fellowship Address . 21 Presidential Address 23 Academic Robe 26 Permanent Home of the College 26 8. Fellows of the Colleg ' e, Arranged by States, Prov- inces AND Cities, with Specialties 27 9. Alphabetical List of the Fellows, with their Degrees AND Appointments 75 iiiiiiiiiMiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiniiniiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiim I FELLOWSHIP PLEDGE | lECOGNIZING that the American Col- f lege of Surgeons seeks to develop, i exemplify and enforce the highest tra- | ditions of our calling, I hereby pledge | myself, as a condition of fello A ship in | the College, to live in strict accordance with all its | principles, declarations and regulations. « j In par- I ticular 1 pledge myself to pursue the practice of surgery I with thorough self-restraint and to place the welfare I of my patients above all else; to advance constantly in | knowledge by the study of surgical literature, the I instruction of eminent teachers, interchange of opinion | among associates, and attendance on the important | societies and clinics; to regard scrupulously the interests I of my professional brothers and seek their counsel | when in doubt of my own judgment; to render A iIling | help to my colleagues and to give freely my services to | the needy. Moreover, I pledge myself, so far | as I am able, to avoid the sins of selfishness; to shun | unwarranted publicity, dishonest money- seeking and | commercialism as disgraceful to our profession; to | refuse utterly all secret money trades with consultants | and practitioners; to teach the patient his financial duty | to the physician and to urge the practitioner to obtain | his reward from the patient openly; to make my fees | commensurate with the service rendered and with the | patient s rights; and to avoid discrediting my associates | by taking unwarranted compensation. « Finally, | 1 pledge myself to co-operate in advancing and | extending, by every lawful means within my power, | the influence of the American College of Surgeons. | iniiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiMiiiniiiiifR OFFICERS President — J. M. T. Finney, Baltimore First Vice-President — W. W. Chipman, Montreal Second Vice-President — Rudolph Matas, New Orleans General Secretary — Franklin H. Martin, Chicago Treasurer — Albert J. Ochsner, Chicago BOARD OF REGENTS George E. Armstrong Montreal George E. Brewer New York City Herbert A. Bruce Toronto Frederic J. Cotton Boston George W. Crile Cleveland J. M. T. Finney Baltimore William D. Haggard Nashville Edward Martin Philadelphia Franklin H. Martin . . . . Chicago Charles H. Mayo Rochester Robert E. McKechnie Vancouver John B. Murphy Chicago Albert J. Ochsner Chicago Harry M. Sherman San Francisco Charles F. Stokes Washington IX HISTORICAL THE American College of Surgeons was organized at a meet- ing in Washington on Monday evening, May 5, 1913. Four hundred and fifty prominent surgeons of the con- tinent of North America came together at the invitation of an Organization Committee which had been appointed by the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of North America at its meeting in November, 191 2. This committee consisted of Edward Martin of Philadelphia, Emmet Rixford of San Francisco, John B. Murphy of Chicago, Rudolph Matas of New Orleans, Albert J. Ochsner of Chicago, Charles H. Mayo of Rochester, Minn., Frederic J. Cotton of Boston, George Emerson Brewer of New York, J. M. T. Finney of Baltimore, W. W. Chipman of Montreal, George W. Crile of Cleveland and Franklin H. Martin of Chicago. The invitations, which resulted in this large gathering of sur- geons in Washington, were extended by the Organization Commit- tee after a carefully prepared campaign in which each large univer- sity city on the continent was visited by a member of the committee who met, in person, a group of selected men brought together by a committee of three in each locaHty, which committee had been authorized by the Organization Committee to extend an invitation to the surgeons in their locality to meet the representative of the Organization Committee. These five hundred men who were in- vited to the meeting in Washington, four hundred and fifty of whom responded, represented all branches of surgery and surgical specialties. At this meeting in Washington, called for the purpose of effecting an organization, the Committee on Organization presented a definite tentative plan, which plan included a call of the meeting, the presentation of by-laws, the presentation of resolutions, and a plan for the completion of the organization by the election of governing bodies and executive officers. CALL OF THE MEETING The men were called together by Edward Martin, Chairman of the Organization Committee, who called for the reading of the Call of the Meeting. American College of Surgeons The Call of the Meeting was read by Franklin H. Martin, Secretary of the Committee. This call, which is herein quoted in part, summarizes the work for which, in the opinion of the commit- tee, the American College should stand: " First. It should formulate a minimum standard of require- ments which should be possessed by any authorized graduate in medicine who is allowed to perform, independently, surgical opera- tions in general surgery or any of its specialties. " Second. It should consider the desirability of listing the names of those men who desire to practice surgery and who come under the authorized requirements. " Third. It should seek the means of legalizing under national, colonial, state, or provincial laws, a distinct degree supplementing the medical degree, which shall be conferred upon physicians possessing the requirements recognized by this law as necessary to be possessed by operating surgeons. " Fourth. It should seek co-operation with the medical schools of the continent which have the right to confer the degree of M. D. under the present recognized standards, and urge these colleges to confer a supplementary degree on those of its graduates who have, in addition to their medical course, fulfilled the necessary appren- ticeship in surgical hospitals, operative laboratories, and actual operative surgery. " Fifth. It should authorize and popularize the use of this title by men upon whom it is conferred, and its use should especially be urged in all directories of physicians in order that the laity as well as medical men may distinguish between the men who have been authorized to practice surgery and those who have not. " The founders ' organization was completed by the election of a chairman and a secretary, and the authorization of an order of business. The meeting then proceeded to complete the organiza- tion by adopting by-laws, rules and regulations and electing governors, regents and officers. FOUNDERS OF THE COLLEGE RoBT. Abbe Amos W. Abbott . Louis Abramson . Frank C. Ainley . Eliot Alden . Carroll W. Allen Lyman Allen . Edgar Allin . Nathaniel Allison . E. Wyllys Andrews . Frank T. Andrews . E. W. Archibald . Geo. E. Armstrong . Alfred B. Atherton . Chas. S. Bacon Wm. S. Baer . . . Alvin W. Baird . Franklin G. Balch . Ralph E. Balch . . L, Grant Baldwin Samuel C. Baldwin . J. M. Baldy Max Ballin . . Edward A. Balloch . John Henry Barbat . Archibald H. Barkley Walter L Barlow . Walter S. Barnes David Barrow Willard Bartlett A. T. Bazin . . . Carl Beck .... E. H. Beckman . Simon C. Beede Bertram M. Bernheim Frederic A. Besley . Arthur Dean Bevan . Geo. a. Bingham J. F. BiNNIE H. S. Birkett . W. H. Bishop . DOUGAL BiSSELL ViLRAY P. Blair Joseph A. Blake John Bapst Blake R. J. Blanchard A. L, Blesh . Joseph C. Bloodgood Rupert Blue . New York Minneapolis Shreveport Los Angeles Los Angeles New Orleans Burlington,Vt. Edmonton St. Louis Chicago Chicago Montreal Montreal Fredericton Chicago Baltimore Portland Boston Kalamazoo Brooklyn Salt Lake City Philadelphia Detroit Washington San Francisco Lexington Westmount Chicago Lexington St. Louis Westmount Chicago Rochester David City Baltimore Chicago Chicago Toronto Kansas City Montreal New York New York St. Louis New York Boston Winnipeg Oklahoma City Baltimore Washington J. A. BoDiNE . . . New York Arthur H. Bog art Brooklyn John Bion Bogart Brooklyn Hermann J. Boldt . New York William Cline Borden Washington Lewis C. Bosher . . Richmond John Taylor Bottomley Boston R. E. Boucher . . Vancouver J. Wesley Bov e . . Washington Frank Boyd . Paducah Geoffrey Boyd . Toronto E. G. Brackett . Boston B. J. Brandson. . . Winnipeg George E. Brewer . New York Geo. W. W. Brewster Boston Wm. Barrett Brinsmade Brooklyn Clark D. Brooks . . Detroit LeRoy Broun . . . New York Daniel J. Brown . . Springfield John Young Brown . St. Louis Rexwald Brown . Santa Barbara Truman W. Brophy . Chicago Herbert A. Bruce . Toronto Wm. Evans Bruner . Cleveland C. DeWitt Bryant . Omaha Jos. D. Bryant . . New York John Jenkins Buchanan Pittsburgh Coleman Graves Buford Chicago Frank E. Bunts . . Cleveland H. C. Burgess . . Montreal James Burry . . . Chicago James C. Burt . . . Pittsburgh Henry T. Byford . . Chicago Hugh Cabot . . . Boston Geo. W. Cale, Jr. . St. Louis Irving H. Cameron Toronto Kenneth Cameron . Montreal I. G. Campbell. . . Vancouver R. P. Campbell . . Montreal Wm. Francis Campbell Brooklyn Roy B. Canfield . . Ann Arbor W. P. Carr .... Washington N. B. Carson ... St. Louis J. Henry Carstens . Detroit RoBT. S. Cathcart . Charleston R. L. Catterson . . Spokane American College of Surgeons S. A. Chalfant . . Pittsburgh Samuel T. Earle, Jr . Baltimore John W. Chambees Baltimore ;oseph Rilus Eastman Indianapolis W. W. CmPMAN . . Montreal " Vm. a. Edwards . . Los Angeles Arthur L. Chute . . Boston Chas. F. Eikenbary . Spokane John G.Clark. . . Philadelphia Daniel Eisendrath . Chicago S. M. D. Clark . . New Orleans John M. Elder . . Montreal Frederick A. Cleland Toronto Wm. Simpson Elkin . Atlanta Farrar Cobb . . . Boston H. Bert Ellis . . . Los Angeles Guy Cochran . . . Los Angeles Chas. A. Elsberg . . New York Ernest Amory Codman Boston Frank R. England . Montreal H. C. CoE .... New York John F. Erdmann . . New York Robt. C. Coffey . . Portland Wm. L. Estes . . . S. Bethlehem At.f.xander R. Colvin St. Paul Edward Evans . . LaCrosse Wm. M. Con ant . . Boston Duncan Eve . . . Nashville Frederic J. Cotton . Boston Geo. L. Eyster . . Rock Island William Lewis Cousins Portland David S. Fairchild Chnton E. B. Cragin . . . New York Oliver J. Fay . . . Des Moines Geo. W. Crile . . . Cleveland Marcus Feingold New Orleans Wm. R. Cubbins . . Chicago Mathias Figuera . . Brooklyn Ernest K. Cullen Detroit Palmer Fijjdley . Omaha Thomas S. Cullen Baltimore J. M. T. Finney . . Baltimore Robert Morrison Curts Wm. a. Fisher, Jr. Baltimore Paterson Edwin Howe Fiske . Brooklyn Harvey Gushing . . Brookline Ralph R. Fitch . . Rochester Marshall L. Cushman Lansing Richard H. Follis Baltimore C. G. Darling . . . Ann Arbor A. McKenzie Forbes . Montreal Wm. Darrach . . . New York Robt. D. Forbes . . Seattle Asa Barnes Davis. . New York Chas. B. Ford . . . Seattle B. B. Davis . . . Omaha Russell Story Fowler Brookljoi Edward P. Davis . . Philadelphia Jacob Frank . Chicago John Staige Davis . Baltimore Chas. H. Frazier . . Philadelphia Lincoln Davis . . . Boston Leonard Freeman. . Denver S. Griffith Davis, Jr. Baltimore Thomas R. French . Brooklyn Charles Davison . . Chicago W. J. Frick . . . Kansas City EwiNG Wilber Day . Pittsburgh Homer Gage . . . Worcester John Blair Deaver . Philadelphia W. E. Gallie . . . Toronto Henry Beeckman Delatour H. p. H. Galloway . Winnipeg Brooklyn A. E. Garrow . . . Montreal Joseph B DeLee . . Chicago Otto C. Gaub . . . Pittsburgh C. B. G. deNancr de Ann Arbor George Gellhorn. . St. Louis W. A. Dennis . . . St. Paul Arpad G. Gerster. . New York Robt. L. Dickinson . Brooklyn Herman B. Gessner . New Orleans Edward T. Dillon Los Angeles Chas. L. Gibson . . New York Wm. T. Dodge . . . Big Rapids Harold Gifford . . Omaha E. J. DOERING . . . Chicago Thos. L. Gilmer . . Chicago R. V. DOLBEY . . . Vancouver Joel E. Goldthwait . Boston W. A. Newman Dorland Chicago Geo. S. Gordon . . Vancouver Walter B. Dorsett . St. Louis David W. Graham. . Chicago C. N. DOA T). . . . New York W. W. Grant . . Denver Francis G. DuBose . Selma Wm. Phillips Graves. Boston E. C. Dudley . . . Chicago J. D. Griffith . . . Kansas City Warren L. Duffield . Brooklyn LeGrand Guerry . . Columbia Chart-f,s Edwin Durant J. A. GUNN .... Winnipeg Haverhill Geo. W. Guthrie . . Wilkesbarre J. B. Eagleson . . Seattle W. D. Haggard . . Na,shville Founders of the College Francis Randall Hagner Washington RuFus Bartlett Hall Cincinnati J. Halpenny . . . Winnipeg Albert E. Halstead . Chicago C. A. Hamann . . . Cleveland Luther H. Hamilton . Portland Oliver D. Hamlin. . Oakland Granville S. Hanes . Louisville Francis B. Harrington Boston M. L. Harris . . . Chicago Archibald C. Harrison Baltimore Wm. M. Harsha . . Chicago John A. Hartwell . New York Geo. Livingston Hays Pittsburgh Edward B. Heckel . Pittsburgh Alfred J. Helto n . No. Yakima Geo. a. Hendon . . Louisville W. B. Hendry . . Toronto A. E. Hertzler . . Kansas City Herbert W. Hewitt . Detroit Howard Hill . . Kansas City D. A. HiNGSTON . . Montreal Louis J. Hirschman . Detroit B. C. Hirst . . . Philadelphia Junius C. Hoag . . Chicago Gerry R. Holden . Jacksonville Wm. B. Holden . . Portland J. Shelton Horsley . Richmond Geo. M. Horton . Seattle L. W. HoTCHKiss . . New York Henry W., Howard . Los Angeles Walter Clarke Howe Boston Joshua C. Hubbard . Boston Raleigh R. Huggins . Pittsburgh John Mason Hundley Baltimore Thomas W. Huntington San Francisco Frank LeMoyne Hupp Wheeling J. W. Hutchinson . . Montreal R. J. Hutchinson . . Grand Rapids James Alexander Hutchison Montreal J. M. Ingersoll . . Cleveland Chevalier Jackson . Pittsburgh Jabez N. Jackson . . Kansas City John D. Jackson . . Danville Wm. R. Jackson . . Mobile John Edward Jennings Brooklyn F. W. Johnson . . . Boston Joseph Taber Johnson Washington Peer P. Johnson . . Beverly George Ben Johnston Richmond August F. Jonas . . Omaha Daniel Fiske Jones . Boston Wm. Warner Jones . Toronto E. S. JUDD . . . Rochester Charles E. Kahlke . Chicago Maurice Kahn . LeadviUe Frederic Kammerer . New York Allen B. Kanavel . Chicago John W. Keefe . Providence C. B. Kkfnan . . Montreal Howard A. Kelly. . Baltimore E. L. Keyes, Jr. . . New York Frederick C. Kidner . Detroit Frederick A. Kiehle . Portland Edmund E. King . . Toronto J. H. King . . . . Canbrook Daniel LaFerte . Detroit Frank H. Lahey . . Boston Adrian V. S. Lambert . New York Arthur Ayer Law . Minneapolis Albert I. Lawbaugh . Calumet Robert Grier LeConte Philadelphia J. E. Lehmann . . . Winnipeg SOUTHGATE LeIGH . . Norfolk George A. Leland . Boston Chas. G. Levison . . San Francisco Bransford Lewis . . St. Louis Dean Lewis . Chicago Ernest S. Lewis . . New Orleans Howard Lilienthal . New York Lawrence W. Littig . Davenport H. M. Little . . Montreal J. Warren Little . Minneapolis Samuel Lloyd . . . New York Andrew Stewart Lobingier Los Angeles F. a. L. Lockhart . Montreal Charles D. Lockwood Pasadena James E. Logan . Kansas City John Wesley Long Greensboro Howard W. Longyeai . Detroit John Prentiss Lord Oma,ha Robt. Williamson Lovett Boston Wm. E. Lower . . Cleveland Henry B. Luhn Spokane Fred B. Lund . Boston Wm. C. Lusk . New York Frank J. Lutz . St. Louis C. J. Lynch . N. Yakima Frank W. Lynch Chicago John S. Mabon Pittsburgh Kenneth A. J. MacKi :nzie Portland Harry G. Mackid . Calgary Ari;hibald MacLaren St. Paul Murray MacLaren St. John N. J. Maclean Winnipeg American College of Surgeons Ernest Pendleton Magruder Andrew Samuel Moorhead Washington Toronto W. J. 0. Malloch . Toronto John F. Moran . Washington Arthur T. Mann . Minneapolis Wm. H. Morley . Detroit Matthew D. Mann Buffalo Robert T. Morris . New York Walter P. Manton Detroit Lewis B. Morton . Los Angeles Joshua G. R. Manwaring Harvey G. Mudd . St. Louis FUnt Edw. W. Mulliga r . Rochester James W. Markoe . New York James G. Mumford CUf ton Sprgs. Frederick W. Marlow Toronto Fred T. Murphy . St. Louis E. Denegre Martin New Orleans John B. Murphy . Chicago Edward Martin . Philadelphia Francis Wisner Murray Frank Martin Baltimore New York Franklin H. Martin Chicago James M. Neff . Spokane James Monroe Mason . Birmingham Thos. R. Neilson . Philadelphia WiTJ.TAM McDowell Mastin Henry P. Newman . San Diego Mobile Edw. Hall Nichols . Boston Rudolph Matas . New Orleans Herbert S. Nichols . Portland John W. Maury . Memphis Geo. Henry Noble . Atlanta Char_ s H. Mayo Rochester A. J. Ochsner . Chicago Willim J. Mayo . Rochester John Chadwick Oliver Cincinnati L. L. Mc rthur . Chicago J. H. Oliver . IndianapoUs J. A. MCCOLLUM . Toronto Robt. B. Osgood Boston Arthur T. McCormack Bowling Green Horace Packard Boston John C. McCoy . Paterson Charles E. Paddock . Chicago Edward B. McDaniel Portland Omar B. Pancoast . Baltimore John R. McDill . Milwaukee Frederick Wm. Parham New Orleans Jamf.s Wm. Macfarlane Pittsburgh RoswELL Park . . Buffalo Granville MacGowan Los Angeles Walter Robt. Parker Detroit Theodore A. McGraw RoLLAND Parmeter . Detroit Detroit Chas. H. Peck . . New York Stuart McGuire . Richmond J. R. Pennington Chicago RoBT. E. McKechnie Vancouver J. F. Percy . . Galesburg J. E. McKenty. . Winnipeg John W. Perkins Kansas City Walter McKeown Toronto Guy S. Peterkin . Seattle James F. McKernon New York Reuben Peterson . Ann Arbor Lewis S. McMurty Louisville NoRVAL H. Pierce . Chicago F. X. McPhillips . Vancouver S. C. Plummer . . Chicago Floyd Wilcox McRai - Atlanta John Osborn Pola K . Brooklyn Frederick Menge . Chicago Chas. Allen Porti :r . Boston E. W. Meredith . Pittsburgh John L. Porter . Chicago Wm. Francis Metcali f Detroit Miles F. Porter Fort Wayne Frank Hamilton Mev rauRN Wm. Campbell Pos EY . Philadelphia Calgary- Walter B. Power . Redlands Willy Meyer . . New York Chas. A. Powf.rs . Denver C. Jeff Miller New Orleans A. Primrose Toronto G. Brown Miller Washington S. W. Prowse . Winnipeg Harold A. Miller Pittsburgh E. P. QUAIN . Bismarck RoBT. T. Miller, Jr. Pittsburgh Joseph Ransohoff Cincinnati Albert R. Mitchell Lincohi J. Morrison Ray Louisville A. S. Monro . . Vancouver Alfred Raymond . Seattle E. E. Montgomery Philadelphia Charles A. L. Ree D . Cincinnati E. C. Moore . . Los Angeles Richard A. Reeve . Toronto James E. Moore . Minneapolis Luther Halsey Ri :iCHELDERFER M. L. Moore . . Los Angeles Washington Founders of the College Edward Reynolds . Boston J. J. Richardson . . Washington W. W. Richardson . Los Angeles H. M. Richter . . Chicago Benjamin Merrill Ricketts Cincinnati Harold Edward Ridewood Victoria H. W. RiGGS . . . Vancouver Hunter Robb. . . . Cleveland Frederick W. Robbins Detroit J. A. Roberts . . . Toronto John B. Roberts . . Philadelphia Ernest F. Robinson . Kansas City John T. Rogers . . St. Paul John L. Rothrock . St. Paul Hubert Ashley Royster Raleigh Jacques Cortelyou Rushmore Brooklyn John D. Rushmore . Brooklyn Wm. Wood Russell . Baltimore C. E. Ruth .... Des Moines E. S. Ryerson . . . Toronto Edwin W. Ryerson . Chicago Harold P. Salter . Norfolk Bacon Saunders . . Fort Worth B. R. ScHENCK . . . Detroit Louis E. Schmidt . . Chicago William E. Schroeder Chicago Arnold Schwyzer . St. Paul GusTAV Schwyzer . Minneapolis Wallace Arthur Scott Toronto Charles Locke Scudder Boston M. G. Seelig ... St. Louis Ralph Holland Seelye Springfield AuRELius Rives Shands Washington C. W. Sharples . . Seattle Norman S. Shenstone Toronto Henry Howard Sherk Pasadena Harry M. Sherman . San Francisco J. Garland Sherrill . LouisviUe Walter Aikman Sherwood Brooklyn Arthur M. Shipley . Baltimore Harold Sidebotham . Santa Barbara David Silver . . . Pittsburgh G. Silverthorn . . Toronto Channing C. Simmons Boston Frank F. Simpson . . Pittsburgh R. M. Simpson . . . Winnipeg John DeVinne Singley Pittsburgh Roland E. Skeel . . Cleveland Wm. H. Skene . . . Portland Oliver Cotton Smith Rea Smith . Richard R. Smith . W. Harvey Smith . G. B. SOMERS . . Ernest A. Sommer Raymond Spear Thomas Bray Spence J. Bentley Squier Myles Standish . Clarence L. Starr F. N. G. Starr . . Albert L. Stavely D. A. K. Steele . Chas. W. Stewart Geo. D. Stewart . Wm. Stickney . . Stanley Stillman Lewis A. Stimson . Hartford Los Angeles Grand Rapids Winnipeg San Francisco Portland Washington Brooklyn New York Boston Toronto Toronto Washington Chicago Newport New York Rutland San Francisco New York Charles Francis Stokes Washircjton Isaac S. Stone . . . Washington James S. Stone . . . Boston Wm. E. Studdiford . N w York Milton C. Sturgis . Seattle John E. Summers . . Omaha H. B. Sweetser . . Minneapolis Parker Syms . . . New York Dudley Tait . . San Francisco Frederick J. Taussig . St. Louis Howard C. Taylor . New York Wallace Irving Terry San Francisco James Edwin Thompson Galveston John A. Thompson John J. Thompson George H. Torney Harry N. Torrey . Hugh Henry Trout Cincinnati Kansas City Washington Detroit Roanoke Philemon E. Truesdale Fall River Walter Truslow . . Brooklyn Ernest F. Tucker . Portland Herman Tuholske . St. Louis Paul Y. Tupper , . St. Louis Raymond C. Turck . Jacksonville W. G. Turner . . . Montreal Edgar A. Vander Veer Albany Wm. B. VanLennep . Philadelphia C. Van Zwaluwenburg Riverside George Tully Vaughan Washington Edmoistd Melchior Von Eberts Montreal W. Francis B. Wakefield San Francisco Frank B. Walker. , Detroit George Walker . . Baltimore John B. Walker . . New York American College of Surgeons Thos. Dyson Walker. St. John Geo. Gray Ward, Jr . New York Wilbur Ward . . . New York John R. Wathen . . Louisville Thos. J. Watklns . . Chicago Stephen H. Watts . University J. Clarence Webster Chicago Alanson Weeks . . San Francisco John R. Wellington . Washington Brooks Hughes Wells New York X. O. Werder . . . Pittsburgh Richard Ward Westbrook Brooklyn Horace Greeley Wetherill Denver Charles S. White . Washington Wm. H. Wilder . . Chicago Espy Milo Williams . Patterson Hadley Williams . . London J. Whitridge Williams Baltimore A. MuRAT Willis . . Richmond Park Weed Willis . Seattle William Holland Wilmer Washington H. Augustus Wilson . Philadelphia Randolph Winslow . Baltimore David James Gibbs Wishart Toronto John Wishart . . . London O. O. WiTHERBEE . . Los Augeles T. Casey Witherspoon Butte John Murphy Withrow Cincinnati Frank C. Witter Casey A. Wood James Craven Wood George Woolsey . Arthur Wright . John Lawrence Yates Hugh Hampton Young E. GUSTAV ZiNKE . . Petoskey Chicago Cleveland New York Toronto Milwaukee Baltimore Cincinnati THE B Y-LAWS 1. Name. The name of the corporation shall be the American College of Surgeons. II. Object. The object of the College shall be to elevate the standard of surgery, to establish a standard of competency and of character for practitioners of surgery, to provide a method of granting fellowships in the organization, and to educate the public and the profession to understand that the practice of surgery calls for special training, and that the surgeon elected to fellowship in this College has had such training and is properly qualified to practice surgery. III. The College, i. The College shall consist of all members of jthe corporation. Such members are to be designated as Fel- lows. The College shall vest the general management of the cor- poration in a Board of Governors. The Board of Governors shall in turn vest the details of the management in a board of trustees to be known as the Board of Regents. 2. The College shall hold an annual meeting on the day and at the place selected for the annual meeting of the Board of Governors. IV. Board of Governors, i. The original Board of Gov- ernors shall consist of the surgeons invited by the Organization Committee to serve as founders of the College, who have qualified as Fellows. The members of this first Board of Governors shall also be known as the Founders of the American College of Surgeons. " 2. The original Board of Governors shall be divided by lot into three classes to serve one, two, and three years respectively. At the annual meeting in 19 14, and at the annual meeting in each year thereafter, the Fellows of the College shall elect (in a manner to be determined by the Board of Regents) fifty surgeons from among the Fellows of the College to membership on the Board of Governors, each to serve for a term of three years; thirty of these members are to be elected from a list of nominations, consisting of three members each, nominated by the following fifteen surgical associa- 9 lo American College of Surgeons tions and societies of North America, and one each from the United States Army and from the United States Navy. 1. American Surgical Association. 2. Surgical Section of the American Medical Association. 3. Section on Obstetrics, Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery of the American Medical Association. 4. General Surgical Division of the Clinical Congress of Sur- geons of North America. 5. Division of Surgical Specialties of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of North America. 6. American Gynecological Society. 7. Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association. 8. Western Surgical Association. 9. Section on Surgery of the Canadian Medical Association. 10. American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 11. American Orthopedic Association. 12. American Association of Genito-Urinary Surgebns. 13. American Laryngological Association. 14. American Ophthalmological Society. 15. American Otological Society. Twenty members shall be elected at large to represent surgeons of North America not affiHated with the above societies or associa- tions. In case of failure of any of the above named organizations to make its quota of nominations, or in case of duplication of nominees, the Board of Regents shall nominate members from among the Fellows at large for the vacancies so caused in the list of nominees. The Board of Regents shall in the same manner fill all vacancies in the current membership of the Board of Governors due to death, resignation, or other causes. 3. The Board of Governors shall at its first meeting elect from among its own membership twelve who shall be members of the Board of Regents; this group shall be divided into three classes of four members each, whose terms of office shall expire in one, two, and three years respectively. As the term of service in each class expires, their successors shall be elected, each for a term of three years. Not more than three of each class shall be selected from one country. In event of death or resignation of any member of the Board of Regents, his successor shall be elected at the next regular or special meeting of the Board of Governors, but the Board of Regents may appoint a member of the Board of Governors to serve as Regent until this election takes place. The By-Laws ii 4. The Board of Governors shall meet in executive session annually for the transaction of business, which business shall in- clude the election of members of the Board of Regents and the election of officers as provided in Article IV, Section 3, and other routine business which may be brought before it by the corporation or the Board of Regents. Such meetings shall be called by the Secretary at the direction of the Board of Regents. Special meet- ings of the Board of Governors may be called by the Secretary at any other time at the request of the Board of Regents. Members of the Board of Governors shall be expected to attend other formal meetings and convocations called by the Board of Regents for the purpose of conferring fellowships and the transaction of other business. 5. Fifty members of the Board of Governors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. V. OFriCERS. The officers of the College shall be a President, a First Vice-President, a Second Vice-President, a Treasurer and a General Secretary. Such officers shall be elected by the Board of Governors from among the Fellows of the College, each for a term of one year, and shall serve until their successors are elected. The President, the General Secretary, and the Treasurer shall upon their election to office become members of the Board of Regents. {a) The President shall preside at all regular and special meet- ings of the College and of the Board of Governors and at all con- vocations for the conferring of fellowships. {h) The Vice-President shall preside at all meetings of the College in the absence of the President, and in the event of the death or resignation of the President, shall assume the duties of that officer. (c) The General Secretary shall keep all records of the Corpora- tion, of the Board of Governors and of the Board of Regents, shall mail to the proper addresses all notices of regular and special meetings of the College, of the Board of Governors and of the Board of Regents, and shall have a general supervision of the business affairs of the Corporation under the direction of the Board of Regents. {d) The Treasurer shall receive all funds of the College and disburse the same on checks, signed by him and countersigned by 12 American College of Surgeons the Secretary. He shall make a report in writing to the Board of Regents at each meeting of that Board of the moneys received and expended, and shall furnish a detailed statement of the financial condition of the College at each annual meeting of the Board of Regents. The Treasurer shall furnish a suitable bond to the Board of Regents for the faithful performance of his trust. (e) In the event of the death or resignation of the General Secretary or Treasurer, the Board of Regents shall elect his suc- cessor from among the members of the Board of Governors to serve until the next annual meeting of the Board of Governors and until such time as his successor is elected and qualified. VI. Board of Regents, i. The Board of Regents shall consist of the President of the Corporation, the General Secretary of the Corporation, the Treasurer of the Corporation, and twelve members of the Board of Governors elected as hereinbefore pro- vided. 2. The duties of the Board of Regents shall be those ordinarily performed by a board of trustees, namely: the transaction of all detail business devolving upon the Board of Governors in carrying out the object of the organization; the regulation and conserving of its property interests; the creating, appointing, and directing of all standing committees; the election of Fellows to the College; the calling of all meetings of the Corporation not already provided for; the arrangement of convocations or other meetings for the conferring of Fellowships; the transaction of all business not other- wise provided for, that may pertain to the Organization. 3. The officers of the Board of Regents shall be a Chairman and a Secretary. {a) The Chairman of the Board of Regents shall be elected from among the members of the Board of Regents for a term of one year and shall preside at all meetings of the Board. In the event of his death or resignation, the office shall be filled by election at the next meeting of the Board. (6) The General Secretary of the Corporation shall be the Secretary of the Board of Regents. 4. The Board of Regents shall elect the following committees: I, Credentials; 2, Standardization of Fellowships; 3, Legislation; 4, Graduate Schools and Hospitals. {a) Each standing committee shall consist of five members, The By-Laws 13 the Chairman of which shall be a member of the Board of Regents. The other four members may be selected from the Board of Gov- ernors or from the body of Fellows of the College. {b) Other standing committees may be elected from time to time by the Board of Regents. 5. Eight members of the Board of Regents shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. 6. Regular meetings of the Board of Regents shall occur once in six months on the call of the Secretary. Special meetings may be convened at any time by the Secretary, or on a request to him made in writing and signed by thirty members of the Board of Governors, or eight members of the Board of Regents. VII. Fellows, i. The Fellows of the College shall be grad- uates in medicine who are hcensed to practice medicine in their respective states and provinces, or medical officers of the federal services who have made an appHcation for fellowship (such ap- pHcation being endorsed by three Fellows of the College, one of whom shall be a member of the Board of Governors), who meet the qualification requirements that shall from time to time be estab- lished by the Board of Regents, and who shall be elected to fellow- ship by the Board of Regents on recommendation of the Com- mittee on Credentials, and who shall have signed the roll. 2. Each individual elected to Fellowship in the College shall be designated as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and shall be authorized and encouraged to use the letters F. A. C. S. after his name on professional cards, in professional directories, and in articles published in surgical literature. VIII. Fees. An initial fee of twenty-five dollars shall be re- quired of each member of the College on his election to Fellowship by the Board of Regents. A fee of five dollars shall be required each year for five years. A payment of fifty dollars at entrance shall relieve the member of further payments. rX. PuBLiCATioi s. The Board of Regents shall issue each year a directory containing the names and addresses of the Fellows of the American College of Surgeons arranged by states, provinces, and colonies. X. Any member of the College may be expelled for conduct which in the opinion of the Board of Regents is derogatory to the 14 American College of Surgeons dignity of the College or inconsistent with its purposes. Such expulsion must be voted by a majority vote of the whole Board of Regents at any meeting, at which meeting the member against whom charges are made shall be invited to be present, and may appear or may be represented, in a manner to be determined by the Board of Regents. XI. These by-laws may be amended by a majority vote of those present at any regular or special meeting of the Board of Governors, or at a meeting called for the purpose on request made in writing by a hundred members of the Corporation, provided that such proposed amendments are included in the call of the meeting at which such action is contemplated. INCORPORATION STATE OF ILLINOIS Department of State Cornelius J. Doyle, Secretary of State To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greeting: Whereas, a Certificate, duly signed and acknowledged has been filed in the Ofl ce of the Secretary of State, on the 25th day of November, A. D. 191 2, for the organization of the American College of Surgeons under and in accordance with the provisions of " An Act Concerning Corporations " approved April 18, 1872, and in force July i, 1872, and all acts amendatory thereof, a copy of which certificate is hereto attached; Now Therefore, I, Cornelius J. Doyle, Secretary of State, of the State of IlHnois, by virtue of the powers and duties vested in me by law, do hereby certify that the said American College of Surgeons is a legally organized Corporation under the laws of this State. In Testimony Whereof, I hereto set my hand and cause to be affixed the great Seal of State. Done at the City of Spring- field this 25th day of November, A. D. 191 2, and of the Independ- ence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-seventh. [seal] (Signed) C. J. Doyle, Secretary of State. METHOD OF SELECTING FELLOWS The Board of Regents at its earlier meetings announced that it would be the spirit of the association to open the fellowship to all competitors in surgery without favor. The Board of Regents is anxious to have every surgeon on the continent who can fulfill the membership requirements become a Fellow of the organiza- tion. The General Secretary is therefore instructed to send ap- plication blanks to any legally qualified practitioner of medicine on the American continent who may signify his desire to become a member. The by-laws specifically state that the Fellows of the College ' shall be graduates in medicine who are legalized to practice medicine in their respective states or provinces and who meet the qualification requirements that shall from time to time be estab- lished by the Board of Regents. " It was determined by the organization to admit surgeons to fellowship under two groupings: First, the charter members, con- sisting of surgeons of distinction and ability who have been in the practice of medicine not less than eight years and who, in the opinion of the Board of Regents, should be entitled to fellowship without the formality of an examination; second, those who should be required to submit to an examination or other test of qualifica- tion required by the Board of Regents. It was decided to limit the time of admission of the first group or charter members to November i, 1914, and to postpone the admission of Fellows by examination until the Board of Regents had formulated detailed plans of a satisfactory nature for admission by this method, not earlier than November i, 19 13. APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP The application blanks are uniform and each applicant for membership is required to file an application blank filled out in detail and signed. The blank contains the following questions and specifications : Name. Address. Place and date of birth. What school, academy, college or university did you attend? Date of graduation? Degrees? 15 i6 American College of Surgeons What medical college or colleges did you attend? Date of graduation? Degrees? In what hospitals have you been an interne, resident or assistant? From to ? In what hospitals have you been a staff member and in what capacity? In what teaching capacity have you been active? What other appointments have you had? What post-graduate studies have you pursued in America and where? What post-graduate studies have you pursued abroad and where? What official positions have you held? How many years in special practice and where? What department of special practice? What percentage of your work is surgical? What research or experimental work have you done? Of what medical societies are you a member? Give the names of five prominent surgeons as references, at least three of whom are from your own state. Give the names of books and contributions to medical and surgical literature of which you are the author, with date and place of publica- tion. Signed Date The application papers contain a separate declaration against the practice of fee-splitting. This is in the nature of a personal pledge, and each applicant is required to attach his signature to it and file it with his papers. REFERENCE BLANK While the by-laws require that an applicant give three endorsers, the Committee on Credentials now recommends that five names be given, three of which should be from the applicant ' s own state. The reference blank contains the following questions and answers: Name. Address. College and date of graduation. How long have you known the applicant? What is his surgical standing in the profession? What is his ex perience as a surgeon? How extensively does he specialize? What special training in surgery has he had? What is his moral standing in his community? What is his ethical standing? Do you believe he will carry out in practice the spirit of the enclosed declaration? Do you beUeve from your knowledge of the applicant ' s hfe that we can accept in good faith his fulfillment of the principles in volved in the enclosed declaration if signed by him? Do you believe he is in every way qualified for Fellowship in the American College of Surgeons? Remarks. Method of Selecting Fellows 17 COMMITTEES ON CREDENTIALS The Board of Regents has authorized Committees on Creden- tials consisting of the Central Committee, which reports directly to the Board of Regents, and State and Provincial Committees, which report to the Central Committee on Credentials. The Central Committee on Credentials holds its meeting in the office of the College, where the members can have access to all papers and correspondence filed in connection with each candidate. The State and Provincial Committees, each consisting of from five to seven members, are located in nearly every state in the United States and in four divisions of Canada. The name of each applicant for fellowship, together with the names of his references, are sent by the Central Committee on Credentials to the State or Provincial Committee which has juris- diction over the territory in which the candidate resides, and this local committee, after consideration, makes its recommendations to the Central Committee. When an applicant ' s papers are complete, including a report from each of the references given and from the State Committee on Credentials, the Central Committee on Credentials takes up the application for final consideration and recommendation. When the candidate has successfully passed the final scrutiny of the Central Committee on Credentials, he is recommended to the Board of Regents for election to fellowship. If, on the other hand, the candidate ' s papers are found defective or his qualifica- tions are considered below the standard for fellowship required by the College, the Committee on Credentials notifies the candidate by the following form letter: Dear Doctor: — Your application to the American College of Surgeons has been con- sidered by our committee on several occasions, but we regret to say that the data submitted are defective to the extent indicated on the accompanying card. So far, our committee has had submitted to it over 20,000 pages of material for consideration in connection with the various applications for membership, all of which had to be carefully read, and you can readily see that in order to perform our duties thoroughly, we have been compelled to adhere to rules which might seem unreasonably strict, were we not compelled to do this work in an entirely impersonal manner. We have consequently decided to send this form letter to all appli- cants whose apphcations it has not been possible to send to the Board of Regents with our recommendation for election of the applicant. This action is frequently due to the fact that the surgeons given for i8 American College of Surgeons reference have neglected to send in reports upon which judgment could properly be based. Accompanying the above letter are two cards: Card " A " in- dicates the defect in credentials or documents of the applicant and card " B " indicates the remedy proposed. The status of the applicant ' s papers is shown by the imderscored lines. APPLICATIONS FOR FELLOWSHIP Over two thousand apphcations for Fellowship to the College had been filed up to November i, 19 13, fully one-half of which were voluntary applications. Of this number the Committee on Credentials recommended to the Board of Regents 1057 for Fel- lowship at the first convocation. A large number of the applica- tions still on file will undoubtedly be found to represent successful candidates, when they have been considered by the Committee. THE FIRST CONVOCATION The first convocation of the American College of Surgeons oc- curred in the Gold Room of the Congress Hotel, Chicago, on the evening of November 13th, 1913. The prospective Fellows were invited to sign the roll of member- ship at this place during the day. The roll was furnished in loose leaf form, and a corps of assistants presided over the formality of signing in a manner to make it possible for a large number to be accommodated in a short space of time. Each page of the roll was headed by a pledge or contract, and to this the Fellow ap- pended his signature and address. FELLOWSHIP PLEDGE Recognizing that the American College of Surgeons seeks to develop, exemplify, and enforce the highest traditions of our calling, I hereby pledge myself, as a condition of fellowship in the College, to live in strict accordance with all its principles, declarations, and regulations. In particular I pledge myself to pursue the practice of surgery with thorough self-restraint and to place the welfare of my patients above all else; to advance constantly in knowledge by the study of surgical literature, the instruction of eminent teachers, interchange of opinion among associates, and attendance on the important societies and clinics; to regard scrupulously the interests of my professional brothers and seek .their counsel when in doubt of my own judgment; to render will- ingly help to my colleagues and to give freely my services to the needy. Moreover, I pledge myself, so far as I am able, to avoid the sins of selfishness; to shun unwarranted publicity, dishonest money seeking, and commercialism as disgraceful to our profession; to refuse utterly all secret money trades with consultants and practitioners; to teach the patient his financial duty to the physician and to urge the practitioner to obtain his reward from the patient openly; to make my fees commensurate with the service rendered and with the patient ' s rights; and to avoid discrediting my associates by taking unwarranted compensation. Finally I pledge myself to co-operate in advancing and extending, by every lawful means within my power, the influence of the American College of Surgeons. PROGRAM 8:00 Fellows and guests assembled. 8:15 Governors assembled. 8:25 Regents assembled with honorary guests. Invocation by the Rev. J. G. K. McClure. Presentation of the Roll of Fellows and Honorary Fellows by the Secretary. 19 20 American College of Surgeons Conferring of Fellowships by the President. Introduction of Honorary Fellows individually by the Regents and conferring of Fellowships by the President. CONFERRING OF FELLOWSHIPS Sir Rickman J. Godlee of London was introduced by Regent W. W. Chipman. Before conferring the degree, the President, Dr. J. M. T. Finney, received the candidate and said: " Sir Rickman J. Godlee, student, versatile author, distin- guished surgeon, worthy member of a family whose name is known and honored wherever antiseptic surgery is practiced, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, the highest honor within the gift of his professional associates at home. His presence here is a renewed evidence of the mutual high regard and esteem held for each other by the two great English-speaking nations. " The President then conferred upon Sir Rickman J. Godlee an honorary fellowship in the American College of Surgeons. William W. Keen of Philadelphia was introduced by Regent George W. Crile. Before conferring the degree, the President received the candidate and said: " William Williams Keen, Nestor of American surgery after a professional life covering fifty-two years. As a leader of the Jefferson School of Philadelphia, he links us with the great pro- fessional names of the nineteenth century. Army surgeon, teacher, operator, writer, pubhcist, traveler, patron of art, promotor of the best in higher education, public-spirited citizen, recipient of the greatest gifts in American medicine. Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and of Edinburgh, he is honored throughout Europe. Wherever good surgery is regarded, there he is quoted. " The President then conferred upon Dr. William W. Keen an honorary fellowship in the American College of Surgeons. • William Stewart Halsted of Baltimore was introduced by Re- gent Charles F. Stokes. Before conferring the degree, the Presi- dent received the candidate and said: " William Stewart Halsted, surgeon, teacher, investigator, honored at home and abroad; contributor to the progress of science. One of the four distinguished founders of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. His gifts to surgical technique, to numerous valuable operations now the standard, and to many great advances in The First Convocation 21 surgical physiology and pathology, have brought to him inter- national renown. Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and of Edinburgh, with undiminished vigor he still pursues his valuable career. " Following this, honorary degrees were conferred in absentia (candidates being unable to attend because of illness) upon J. Collins Warren of Boston and Robert F. Weir of New York. FELLOWSHIP ADDRESS Sir Rickman J. Godlee, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, was introduced by the President, J. M. T. Finney, and upon rising, was received with prolonged applause, the entire audience rising to greet him. Before reading his formal address, he presented a greeting to the American College of Sur- geons, in the form of an illuminated parchment, from the Royal College of Surgeons of England. GREETING FROM THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS We, the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, have heard with much interest of the approaching inauguration of the American College of Surgeons. We hereby convey to it our hearty good wishes, and express the hope that it may have a successful career and fill a position beneficial ahke to the Profession and to the Com- munity. We cannot forget the important advances in the Science and Art of Surgery achieved by many distinguished Surgeons in the Continent of America during the past, and are proud to have enrolled upon our list of Honorary Fellows the names of some of the most active workers in these fields at the present day. In accepting the invitation for our President to take a part in the opening Ceremony, we desire to show that we appreciate the intention of the American College to strengthen the bonds that already vmite the Medical Profession amongst the English-speaking peoples. It is a sentiment which always meets with a cordial response in this Country, and it is one which this College will endeavor to support by all the means in its power. In witness whereof we have caused the Common Seal of the Col- lege to be hereunto afl xed this gth day of October, 19 13. President: Rickman J. Godlee. Vice-presidents: G. H. Makins, [seal] Frederic Eve. Sir Rickman J. Godlee then delivered the formal address to the American College which, in brief, was as follows: In the first place it was pointed out that it is difficult for anyone, and especially for people living in America, to appreciate the con- 22 American College of Surgeons ditions in England at the beginning of the fourteenth century. This was near the end of the middle or dark ages. The military spirit prevailed, science was under a dark cloud, and medicine was not in advance of other sciences. Surgery was not so much respected as medicine. Surgeons indeed were classed with barbers and for the most part belonged to the Barbers ' Guild, which was formed in 1308. It included those who practiced minor surgery, but the better classes of surgeons held aloof and formed themselves into the Guild of Surgeons. Reference was then made to the origin of the guilds in the city of London. They were associations or fraternities of artisans for the supervision of the crafts and for regulating the hours of labor. They became important bodies, and elected the Lord Mayor and Corporation. More than two hundred years later, namely in 1542, the Bar- bers ' Company and the Guild of Surgeons united and were in- corporated as the Company of Barber-Surgeons. This company existed another two hundred years, namely until 1745. They exercised extensive control over the surgeons of the country. They gave licenses to practice and sometimes deprived surgeons of their licenses; they supervised the public dissections, which were the only form of anatomical study recognized by law; they appointed lecturers in surgery, possessed a censorship over books, and had other very important duties. The two bodies were, however, incompatible and in 1745 the Surgeons ' Company was separated from that of the Barber-Surgeons. In 1800 they were estabHshed as the Royal College of Surgeons in London, and in 1843 the name was again changed, by a charter of Queen Victoria, to that of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. The College of Surgeons had their first quarters in the Old Bailey, and later on moved to their present house in Lincoln ' s Inn Fields. The ancient titles of Master, Governors, and Court of Associates were changed to those of President, Vice-President, and Council. The corporation consisted of the members. In 1843 a new class of members who were called Fellows was formed, from and by whom the Council henceforth was to be chosen, in- stead of being elected by the Council themselves, as had been the case up to this date. The first Fellows were chosen from the mem- bers, being elected by the Council chiefly from the surgeons, assistant surgeons, and lecturers of the metropolitan hospitals, The First Convocation 23 and they also included representatives of the naval, military, and Indian forces. But since that time the ordinary portal for admis- sion to the Fellowship has been an examination — or rather, two examinations — which constitute a formidable and searching test of ability. The class of Members now numbers over 17,000; the Fellows number 1589. Reference was then made to the new American College of Surgeons, and to the methods of recruiting its Fellowship. After describing in some detail the examinations above referred to, a con- trast was drawn between the English and American Colleges. Some of the other functions of the English College were passed in review, especially that of the discipline which it can exercise over its Fellows and members. In connection with the examination for the diploma of membership, the question of a uniform system of admission to the medical profession was discussed, and in this connection it was pointed out how in England attempts are being made to secure this result. In conclusion the relations of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons in London was referred to and the opinion was ex- pressed that as surgery advances, the tendency will be for these two great departments of the profession to be drawn more closely together. PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS President J. M. T. Finney then delivered the Presidential ad- dress to the Fellows of the College. His remarks in brief were as follows: " The highest development of the greatest efficiency along all lines of public service relating in any way to our profession. " With this as the keynote, the American College of Surgeons was launched by Dr. Finney on what is thought by all concerned to be a career of usefulness for the public at large. " The history of surgery in the United States and Canada, " said Dr. Finney, " is opened to a new page. When at some future time the his- torian comes to write on that page the record of events that have led up to this meeting, he will there record the taking of another step in the progress of medicine in general and of surgery in partic- ular in Canada and the United States. What is consummated here to-night is destined to produce a deep and lasting impression upon medical progress not alone in those countries but indirectly the world over. 24 American College of Surgeons " The present and future welfare of the profession has been for a long time uppermost in the minds and very close to the hearts of many of us. We have pictured to ourselves in this connection a profession ennobled by men actuated solely by their desire to devote their time and their talents to the relief of suffering human- ity, willing, yes, glad at any time, if need be, to lay down their own lives for those of their fellow-men; whose membership should em- brace only men of singleness of purpose, unselfish, high-minded, zealous in their efforts to wrest from nature the keys to her many mysteries; men who unconsciously, perhaps, in character and con- duct, reflect in varying degree the life and spirit of the Great Physician; a profession free from taint of commercialism or graft, in which there shall be no room for the base, the unscrupulous, the ignorant, or unskilled; in which the test for membership has to do only with character and attainment. " Our hopes and dreams, so long dim, shadowy, and unreal, are about, in part at least, to assume definite and concrete form. We are assembled here this evening to witness, indeed to assist at, the birth of a new agency for good, both to the public and to the pro- fession; to bid Godspeed to this lusty infant, the American College of Surgeons, the offspring of a fruitful union between a deep-rooted and praiseworthy desire within the profession to elevate its stand- ards of ethics and efficiency, and a lively sense of the urgent and long-felt need of its accomplishment. " The aim of this organization and the reason for its existence lie in its disinterested and unselfish efforts to elevate the standards of the profession, moral as well as intellectual, to foster research, to educate the public up to the idea that there is a difference between the honest, conscientious, well-trained surgeon, and the purely commercial operator, the charlatan and the quack; furthermore, that the term " surgeon " means something more than a suave manner, a glib tongue, a private hospital, a press-agent, and the all too easily acquired diploma, with its accompanying title of ' doctor. ' The standardization of surgery is absolutely essential to guard the public against such as these, as well as to preserve the honor of the guild itself. So far as the public is concerned, it is necessary to protect it from the wolves in sheep ' s clothing, from those who would prostitute their high office for the purpose of gain, from the ignorant and the untrained, from those who by reason of the lack of surgical judgment and skill are incompetent. The American The First Convocation 25 College of Surgeons has been called into being as an active, vigorous, virile protest upon the part of the profession itself against this unhappy state of affairs. " The public and professional minds should therefore be at once thoroughly disabused of any wrong impression that the College is to be run by any one man or set of men, or by or in association with any pre-existing organization for his or their personal gain or aggrandizement. The American College of Surgeons is no surgical trust, no close corporation for the benefit of the few. It plays no part whatever in medical politics, it does not interest itself in the advancement of any corporation or group of individuals, nor in any special school or cult of medicine. It stands only for the good of humanity and the uplift of professional standards of morality and education. " Adjournment was followed by a reception of the Fellows and guests by the officers of the College and Sir Rickman J. Godlee. ACADEMIC ROBE After careful consideration of the matter and in view of the fact that important convocations at which new Fellowships will be conferred will occur each year, the Board of Regents adopted a distinct Fellowship gown which, in their opinion, will add dignity, uniformity and academic distinction to the formal gatherings. The gown adopted consists of a body of navy blue mohair. A scarlet velvet facing five inches wide extends around the neck and down each side of the front. The cap is of the same material as the gown, with a scarlet tassel. PERMANENT HOME OF THE COLLEGE At the meeting of the Board of Regents held November 13, 1913, Franklin H. Martin asked the privilege of discussing the selection of a permanent home for the American College of Sur- geons. Dr. Martin said: " It is the judgment of your Secretary that the permanent home of the American College of Surgeons should be located in a city other than Chicago. Chicago is already the home of one of the strongest medical organizations in the country, and on the grounds of equity alone, another city should have the honor of housing this new and powerful organization — the American College of Surgeons. I, therefore, move that a committee of five be appointed by the President which should have for its object the selection of a permanent home for the American College of Surgeons. I would include in the motion that this permanent home be ready, if possible, for occupancy at the annual meeting in November, 19 14, at the end of our first fiscal year. " The motion was seconded by Dr. John B. Murphy. After considerable discussion, Dr. J. M. T. Finney made a statement in which he said Dr. Martin had presented his views on the subject to him in a personal interview and that he. Dr. Finney, was convinced in the face of all the facts that it would be advisable in his opinion to adopt Dr. Martin ' s resolution. A mo- tion was then passed, all members of the Board of Regents present voting in the affirmative. The President appointed the following committee on permanent home for the College: C. F. Stokes, Chairman F. J. Cotton, H. A. Bruce, G. W. Crile, G. E. Brewer, H. M. Sherman. 26 A LIST OF THE FELLOWS ARRANGED BY STATES, PROVINCES AND CITIES, WITH SPECIALTY INDICATED UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ALABAMA Alexander City James Adrian Goggans Surgery Birmingham Kosciusko Walker Constantine, 1022 Sycamore Street Ophthalmology J. D. S. Davis, 2031 Avenue G ...... . Surgery William Mudd Jordan, 509 Woodward Building . . Surgery James Monroe Mason, Empire Building .... Surgery Mobile Herbert Phalon Cole, 202 Conti Street Surgery William Thomas Henderson, 259 St. Francis Street Wm. R. Jackson, 164 St. Michael Street .... Surgery William McDowell Mastin, N. E. cor. Conti and Joachim Streets Surgery Montgomery J. Norment Baker, Bell Building . Surgery L. L. Hill, 422 South Perry Street Robert Sommerville Hill, 21 South Perry Street . . Surgery Charles Alston Thigpen, First National Bank Build- ing Ophth, and Otology Isaac LaFayette Watkins, 11 50 South McDonough Street Gynecology 27 28 American College of Surgeons ALAB AM A— Continued Selma Francis Goodwin DuBose, 400 Lauderdale Street . . Surgery John Neilson Furniss, 106 Lauderdale Street Samuel Kirkpatrick, Parish Building . Ophth. and Laryngology ARIZONA Miami John Elmer Bacon Surgery Phcenix E. Payne Palmer, 305 Goodrich Building .... Surgery ARKANSAS Batesville R. C. Dorr Surgery Fort Smith St. Cloud Cooper, 604 First National Bank Building Hot Springs William V. Laws ........... Surgery CALIFORNIA Los Angeles Frank C. Ainley, 715 Wright Callender Build- ing Obstetrics and Gynecology Eliot Alden, 609 Exchange Building Surgery John Mackenzie Brown, Brockman Building Otology and Laryngology Guy Cochran, 234 Loma Drive Surgery Edward Thomas Dillon, Brockman Building . . . Surgery William A. Edwards, Security Building Surgery H. Bert Ellis, 245 Bradbury Building Ophth. and Laryngology Ernest W. Fleming, 924 Trust and Savings Building Oto-Laryngology Henry W. Howard, 800 Auditorium Building . . . Surgery Andrew Stewart Lobingier, 608-10 H. W. Hellman Building Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 29 CALIFORNIA— Continued Los Angeles — Continued Granville MacGowan, 602 Lissner Building . . . Urology Archibald Lyle Macleish, 1 103-6 Brockman Building Ophthalmology Frank Wallace Miller, 733 H. W. Hellman Building Ophthalmology E. C. Moore, 717 H. W. Hellman Building .... Surgery M. L. Moore, H. W. Hellman Building Gynecology and Obstetrics Lewis Burrows Morton, 1017 Wright Callender Building Surgery William W. Richardson, 611 Lissner Building . . . Surgery Leon Joseph Roth, Brockman Building . Genito- Urinary Surgery Rea Smith, 657 West 23d Street Surgery Orville 0. Witherbee, 427 West 5th Street .... Surgery Oakland Oliver D. Hamlin, Union Savings Bank Building . . Surgery Pasadena Charles D. Lock wood, 295 Markham Place . . . Surgery Henry Howard Sherk, 268 South Orange Grove Avenue Surgery Redlands Walter B. Power, 233 Cajon Street Surgery Riverside Cornelius Van Zwaluwenburg, 11 1 1 Main Street . . Surgery Santa Barbara Rexwald Brown, Bothin Block Harold Sidebotham, 1109 State Street San Diego H. P. Newman, Timken Building • Gynecology William Williamson, Watts Building . . Ophth. and Laryngology 30 American College of Surgeons CALIFORNIA— Continued San Francisco Thomas Edward Bailly, 210 Post Street .... Surgery J. Henry Barbat, 275 Post Street Surgery Thomas Waterman Huntington, 350 Post Street . . Surgery Charles Gabriel Levison, 350 Post Street .... Surgery Harry Mitchell Sherman, 350 Post Street .... Surgery George Burbank Somers, 2662 Vallejo Street . . Gynecology Stanley Stillman, 2101 Webster Street Surgery Dudley Tait, Butler Building Surgery Wallace Irving Terry, 240 Stockton Street . . . . Surgery Isaac Walton Thorne, 2101 Webster Street .... Surgery W. Francis B. Wakefield, 1525 Sutter Street Gynecology and Obstetrics James Thomas Watkins, 350 Post Street . Orthopedic Surgery Alanson Weeks, 2513 Octavia Street Surgery COLORADO Denver Melville Black, 424 Metropolitan Building . . Ophthalmology Leonard Freeman, 424 Metropolitan Building . . . Surgery Thomas J. Gallaher, 605 California Building . Oto-Laryngology William W. Grant, Mack Building Surgery Edward Jackson, 318 Majestic Building . . Ophthalmology Walter A. Jayne, 416 McPhee Building .... Gynecology Lorenzo B. Lockard, Metropolitan Building . Oto-Laryngology Oliver Lyons, 442 Metropolitan Building .... Urology Francis H. McNaught, 316 Metropolitan Building . Surgery George B. Packard, 1344 Franklin Street . Orthopedic Surgery Charles Andrew Powers, Fourteenth and Stout Streets Surgery Horace G. Wetherill, 310 Metropolitan Building . Gynecology Leadville Maurice Kahn, 815 Harrison Avenue Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 31 CONNECTICUT Danielson George M. Burroughs, 3 Broad Street . . . Ophthalmology Hartford Oliver Cotton Smith, 44 High Street Surgery New Haven Arthur N. Ailing, 257 Church Street . . . Ophthalmology William Henry Carmalt, 261 St. Ronan Street Waterbury Carl Eugene Hunger, 81 North Main Street Oto-Laryngology DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington Edward A. Balloch, 151 1 Rhode Island Avenue, N. W. Rupert Blue, 3 B Street, S. E. WilHam Cline Borden, 1801 California Street, N. W. Surgery J. Wesley Bovee, 815 Connecticut Avenue . . . Gynecology Joseph Hammond Bryan, 818 Seventeenth Street, N. W Oto-Laryngology W. P. Carr, 1418 L Street, N. W Surgery Virginius Dabney, 1633 Connecticut Avenue Rhinol. and Oto-Laryngology William Gage Erving, 922 Seventeenth Street Orthopedic Surgery Henry Davidson Fry, 1929 Nineteenth Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Francis Randall Hagner, The Farragut Apartment Genito-Urinary Surgery Joseph Taber Johnson, 926 Seventeenth Street . Gynecology Robert Scott Lamb, The Cecil Ophthalmology Huron Willis Lawson, 11 17 Vermont Avenue Louis C. Lehr, 1737 H Street, N. W. . Genito-Urinary Surgery Ernest Pendleton Magruder, The Farragut .... Surgery G. Brown Miller, 1730 K Street, N. W. Gynecology and Obstetrics John F. Moran, 2426 Pennsylvania Avenue . . . Obstetrics 32 American College of Surgeons DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued Washington — Continued Luther Halsey Reichelderfer, 1721 Connecticut Avenue Charles W. Richardson, 13 17 Connecticut Avenue Oto-Laryngology J. J. Richardson, 1509 Avenue of the Presidents Oto-Laryngology Stephen Olin Richey, 732 Seventeenth Street Ophth. and Otology Aurelius Rives Shands, 901 Avenue of the Presidents Orthopedic Surgery Wm. F. M. Sowers, 1707 Massachussetts Avenue . . Surgery Raymond Spear, U. S. Naval Hospital Surgery Albert L. Stavely, 1744 M Street, N. W. Gynecology and Obstetrics Charles Francis Stokes, Navy Department .... Surgery Isaac Scott Stone, 161 8 Rhode Island Avenue . . Gynecology J. Ford Thompson, Cosmos Club Surgery George H. Torney, War Department George TuUy Vaughan, 17 18 I Street Surgery John R. Wellington, 1723 Connecticut Avenue . . Surgery Charles Stanley White, 911 Avenue of the Presidents . Surgery William Holland Wilmer, 1610 I Street, N. W. FLORIDA Jacksonville Norman M. Heggie, Buckman Building Ophth. and Laryngology Gerry R. Holden, 215 Laura Street Gynecology Carey Pegram Rogers, 221 Laura Street . . . . Surgery Raymond Custer Turck, 602 Consolidated Building . Surgery GEORGIA Atlanta F. Phinizy Calhoun, 833 Candler Building . . Ophthalmology William E. Campbell, 605 Atlanta National Bank Building Ophth. and Laryngology William Simpson Elkin, 29 Luckie Street .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 33 GEORGIA— Continued Atlanta — Continued William S. Goldsmith, 29 Luckie Street .... Surgery Edward Groves Jones, 205 Fourth National Bank Building Surgery Floyd Willcox McRae, 602 Peters Building . . . Gynecology William Perrin Nicolson, Healy Building .... Surgery George Henry Noble, 980 Peachtree Street . . . Gynecology Savannah Henry Hager Martin, 247 Bull Street . Ophih. and Laryngology IDAHO Lewiston Charles Whiting Shaff, 212 Fifth Street Moscow Warner H. Carithers, Corner First and Jackson Streets POCATELLO William Forrest Howard, 9-13 Dietrich Block ILLINOIS Champaign William Kendall Newcomb Surgery Chicago Frank AUport, 7 West Madison Street . . Ophth. and Otology E. Wyllys Andrews, 2525 Prairie Avenue .... Surgery Frank T. Andrews, 4589 Oakenwald Avenue Charles Sumner Bacon, 2156 Sedgwick Street Walter S. Barnes, 29 East Madison Street . Charles H. Beard, 15 East Washington Street Ophth. and Otology Carl Beck, 601 Deming Place . . . .... Surgery Emil G. Beck, 2632 Lake View Avenue Surgery Joseph C. Beck, 108 North State Street . . Oto-Laryngology William T. Belfield, 32 North State Street . . . . Urology Frederic A. Besley, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Gynecology . Obstetrics Surgery 34 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS— Continued Chicago — Continued Arthur Dean Bevan, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Wallace Blanchard, 15 East Washington Street Orthopedic Surgery Albert Irving Bouffleur, 2449 Washington Boulevard . Surgery Frank Brawley, 7 West Madison Street Ophth. and Laryngology Truman W. Brophy, 81 East Madison Street . Oral Surgery Coleman Graves Buford, 122 South Michigan Avenue Surgery James Burry, 72 West Adams Street Surgery Henry Turman Byford, Peoples Gas Building . . Gynecology William Evans Casselberry, 15 East Washington Street Oto-Laryngology Howard Roy Chislett, 3604 Grand Boulevard . . . Surgery William R. Cubbins, 29 East Madison Street . . . Surgery Carey Culbertson, 108 North State Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Arthur H. Curtis, 104 South Michigan Avenue . Gynecology Charles Davison, 31 North State Street Surgery Joseph Bolivar De Lee, 5028 Ellis Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology Philip Schuyler Doane, 1427 North State Street . Gynecology Oscar Dodd, 31 North State Street . . . Ophth. and Otology Robert Dodds, 3929 Drexel Boulevard .... Gynecology Edmund James Doering, 81 East Madison Street Obstetrics and Surgery William Alexander Newman Dorland, 7 West Madison Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Emilius Clark Dudley, 1545 Astor Street . . . Gynecology Frederick G. Dyas, 32 North State Street .... Surgery Daniel Nathan Eisendrath, 4840 Woodlawn Avenue . Surgery George Foster Fiske, 32 North State Street Ira Frank, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . . Oto-Laryngology Jacob Frank, 32 North State Street Surgery Lester E. Frankenthal, 4825 Woodlawn Avenue Gynecology and Obstetrics Geographical List of Fellows 35 ILLINOIS— Continued Chicago — Continued Emanuel Friend, 5 North Wabash Avenue .... Surgery William Fuller, 104 Michigan Avenue Surgery Thomas L. Gilmer, 122 South Michigan Avenue . Oral Surgery John Ferdinand Golden, 104 South Michigan Avenue Surgery Albert Goldspohn, 2120 Cleveland Avenue .... Surgery Mark T. Goldstine, 32 North State Street Gynecology and Obstetrics David Wilson Graham, 15 East Washington Street . Surgery George W. Green, 19 17 Wilson Avenue Surgery Louis A. Greensf elder, 104 South Michigan Avenue . Surgery Albert E. Halstead, 31 North State Street .... Surgery Thomas Melville Hardie, 15 East Washington Street Oto-Laryngology Malcolm LaSalle Harris, 32 North State Street . . Surgery William Mclntire Harsha, 31 North State Street . . Surgery Noble Sproat Heaney, 122 South Michigan Avenue Gynecology and Obstetrics William Hessert, 547 FuUerton Parkway .... Surgery Junius C. Hoag, 4669 Lake Avenue Obstetrics Rudolph Wieser Holmes, 33 East Elm Street Obstetrics and Gynecology E. Fletcher Ingals, 104 South Michigan Avenue Oto-Laryngology Charles E. Kahlke, 32 North State Street .... Surgery Allen B. Kanavel, 31 North State Street .... Surgery A. Belcham Keyes, 1005 North State Street . . . Surgery ' Oscar H. Kraft, 108 North State Street . . . Ophthalmology Sylvan Kunz, 533 Diversey Parkway Dean Lewis, 122 South Michigan Avenue .... Surgery William H. G. Logan, 29 East Madison Street . . Oral Surgery Frank Worthington Lynch, 104 South Michigan Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology John A. Lyons, 6848 Anthony Avenue .... Gynecology George Wm. Mahoney, 32 North State Street . Ophthalmology 36 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS— Continued Chicago — Continued George Paull Marquis, 31 North State Street . Oto-Laryngology Franklin H. Martin, 31 North State Street . . . Gynecology Lewis Linn McArthur, 4724 Drexel Boulevard . . . Surgery George Martin McBean, 22 East Washington Street Ophth. and Laryngology C. Hugh McKenna, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Frederick Menge, 15 East Washington Street . Oto-Laryngology Frank D. Moore, 7 West Madison Street Frederick Brown Moorhead, 122 South Michigan Avenue Oral Surgery George Morgenthau, 104 South Michigan Avenue Oto-Laryngology John Benjamin Murphy, 104 South Michigan Avenue Surgery Albert John Ochsner, 2106 Sedgwick Street . . . Surgery Edward H. Ochsner, 2038 Lane Court Surgery John E. Owens, 1018 Venetian Building .... Surgery Charles E. Paddock, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . Obstetrics John Rawson Pennington, 31 North State Street . . Surgery Nelson Mortimer Percy, 2106 Sedgwick Street . . . Surgery Dallas B. Phemister, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Norval Harvey Pierce, 22 East Washington Street Oto-Laryngology Samuel C. Plummer, 4539 Oakenwald Avenue . . Surgery John Lincoln Porter, 7 West Madison Street Orthopedic Surgery H. M. Richter, Wesley Hospital Surgery Charles Moore Robertson, 32 North State Street Oto-Laryngology Cassius Clay Rogers, 7 West Madison Street . . . Surgery Edwin Warner Ryerson, 122 South Michigan Avenue Orthopedic Surgery Charles Frye Sanborn, Cook County Hospital . . . Surgery Louis E. Schmidt, 60 Bellevue Place William E. Schroeder, 31 North State Street WiUiam N. Senn, 32 North State Street Urology Surgery Urology Geographical List of Fellows 37 ILLINOIS— Continued Chicago — Continued George Elmer Shambaugh, 122 South Michigan Avenue Oto-Laryngology Kellogg Speed, Peoples Gas Building Surgery Daniel Atkinson King Steele, 2920 Indiana Avenue . Surgery Charles Joseph Swan, 15 East Washington Street Ophth. and Laryngology Thomas J. Watkins, 106 South Michigan Avenue . Gynecology John Clarence Webster, 104 South Michigan Avenue Gynecology Cassius D. Westcott, 22 East Washington Street Ophthalmology William Hamlin Wilder, 122 South Michigan Avenue Ophth. and Otology Daniel Hale Williams, 3129 Indiana Avenue . . , Surgery Casey Albert Wood, 7 West Madison Street . Ophthalmology Thomas Adams Woodruff, 7 West Madison Street Ophthalmology Gilbert H. Wynekoop, 4500 Sheridan Road . . . Surgery Elgin O. L. Pelton, 9 East Chicago Street Surgery EVANSTON George William Boot, 800 Davis Street Ophth. and Laryngology William Clark Danforth, 1620 Hinman Avenue . . Surgery William Ross Parkes, 1428 Maple Avenue .... Surgery Galena Edward M. Bench Galesburg James Fulton Percy, 147 South Cherry Street . . . Surgery Jacksonville Carl Ellsworth Black, 200 Ayres National Bank Building . . . Surgery Macomb Joseph Barnes Bacon Surgery 38 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS— Continued QUINCY Robert James Christie, Stern ' s Building .... Surgery Rock Island George Longhead Eyster, 1 109 Second Avenue . . Surgery St. Elmo M. Sala, 1829 Fourth Avenue Springfield G. N. Kreider, 522 East Capitol Avenue .... Surgery INDIANA Crawfordsville Paul J. Barcus, Ben Hur Building Gynecology EVANSVILLE Louis D. Brose, 501 Upper First Street Ophth. and Laryngology A. M. Hayden, 427 South First Street Surgery Marcus Ravdin, 223 Main Street . Ophth. and Laryngology Edwin Walker, 712 South First Street Surgery Fort Wayne Charles E. Barnett, 902 Calhoun Street .... Urology Albert Eugene Bulson, Jr., 219 West Wayne Street Ophth. and Laryngology Miles Fuller Porter, 207 West Wayne Street . . . Surgery Maurice I. Rosenthal, 336 West Berry Street . . . Surgery Indianapolis John F. Barnhill, Pennway Building Joseph Rilus Eastman, 331 North Delaware Street . Surgery Thomas Baker Eastman, 310 Pennway Building . . Surgery Norman E. Jobes, 305 Traction Terminal Building . Surgery Frank A. Morrison, 224 North Meridian Street Ophthalmology John HoUiday Oliver, 422 North Delaware Street . Surgery Hugo 0. Pantzer, 717 Middle Drive, Woodruff Place Gynecology Ernest de Wolfe Wales, 605 Hume-Mansur Building Oto-Laryngology William Niles Wishard, 723 Hume-Mansur Building Geographical List of Fellows 39 INDIANA— Continued KOKOMO Edgar Cox, io6 East Mulberry Street .... Surgery Lafayette George K. Throckmorton, no North Seventh Street . Surgery Plymouth S. C. Loring, Richard Block Surgery South Bend Charles Stoltz, 126 North Lafayette Street . . . Surgery Terre Haute Leon J. Willien, 330 North Seventh Street . . . Gynecology Jonathan P. Worrell, 20 South Seventh Street Ophth. and Laryngology IOWA Centerville Charles Stephen James, Hotel Continental Annex . . Surgery Clinton D. S. Fairchild, 244 6th Avenue Surgery David Sturgess Fairchild, Jr., Wilson Building . . . Surgery Council Bluffs Frank Wilson Dean, 401 City National Bank Building Ophth. and Oto-Laryngology Donald Macrae, Jr., 809 Fifth Avenue Surgery Davenport William Larned Allen, 216 West Third Street G. E. Decker, Central Office Building J. T. Haller, Security Building Gordon F. Harkness, Third and Brady Streets Ophth. and Laryngology Lawrence W. Littig, 614 Putnam Building .... Surgery 40 American College of Surgeons IOWA— Continued Des Moines Oliver James Fay, 1 2 13 Equitable Building . . . Surgery William W. Pearson, Equitable Building Ophth. and Laryngology Charles Edward Ruth, 407 Equitable Building . . Surgery Arthur Steindler, 203 Flynn Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Dubuque John C. Hancock, 209 Bank and Insurance Building . Surgery Alanson M. Pond, 1222 Locust Street Surgery Fort Dodge W. W. Bowen, 6ooJ Central Avenue Surgery Iowa City A. J. Burge, 22 South Clinton Street Surgery Lee Wallace Dean, 12 South Clinton Street Ophth. and Oto-Laryngology Ottumwa David C. Brockman, Corner Third and Court Streets Surgery Sioux City John N. Warren, Davidson Block Surgery KANSAS Kansas City George Morris Gray, 510 Portsmouth Building . Gynecology Walter Stanborough Sutton, 650 Everett Avenue . . Surgery Lawrence Mervin T. Sudler, 805 Tennessee Street .... Surgery Wichita David Walker Basham, 802 Schweiter Building . . Surgery Charles E. Bowers, Beacon Building Surgery John Lillie Evans, 729 Beacon Building Geographical List of Fellows 41 KENTUCKY Bowling Green Arthur Thomas McCormack, 1144 State Street Danville John D. Jackson, Main Street Lexington Archibald Henry Barkley, 138 North Upper Street David Barrow, 148 Market Street Surgery Surgery Surgery Joseph Addison Stucky, 903 East Main Street Ophth. and Laryngology Louisville Irwin Abell, Atherton Building William Cheatham, 305 West Chestnut Street Ophth. and Louis Frank, 400 Atherton Building .... Henry Horace Grant, 328 Atherton Building . Granville S. Hanes, Masonic Temple George A. Hendon, Atherton Building . Lewis Samuel McMurtry, 542 Atherton Building James Morrison Ray, Atherton Building WiUiam Owen Roberts, Atherton Building . August Schachner, 844 Fourth Avenue . J. Garland Sherrill, 542 Atherton Building . Ap Morgan Vance, 835 South Fourth Street Jno. R. Wathen, 526 South Fourth Avenue Paducah . Frank Boyd, City National Bank Building . Henry Gilbert Reynolds, 1507 Broadway Ophth. and Surgery Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Gynecology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Laryngology LOUISIANA New Orleans Carroll W. Allen, 13 1 2 Louisiana Avenue . . . Surgery Jefferson Davis Bloom, 5718 St. Charles Avenue . . Surgery Samuel M. D. Clark, 108 Baronne Street Gynecology and Obstetrics 42 American College of Surgeons LOUISIANA— Continued New Orleans — Continued Henry S. Cocram, io8 Baronne Street .... Gynecology Arthur Washington de Roaldes, 1328 Jackson Avenue Oto-Laryngology Marcus Feingold, 503 Medical Building . . . Ophthalmology Hermann Bertram Gessner, 1528 Louisiana Avenue . Surgery Wm. Kohlmann, 1544 State Street Gynecology Ernest Sidney Lewis, 829 St. Charles Street. . Gynecology Edmund Denegre Martin, 1428 Josephine Street . . Surgery Rudolph Matas, 2255 St. Charles Avenue .... Surgery C. Jeff Miller, 124 Baronne Street . Obstetrics and Gynecology Frederick William Parham, 741 Carondelet Street . . Surgery William Martin Perkins, 2123 Coliseum Street . . . Surgery Patterson Espy Milo Williams, Main Street Shreveport Louis Abramson, 722 Cotton Street . . . . . . Surgery MAINE Portland Edville Gerhardt Abbott, 156 Free Street . Orthopedic Surgery William Lewis Cousins, 231 Woodford Street . . . Surgery Eugene Erastus Holt, 723 Congress Street . Ophth. and Otology Alfred Mitchell, Jr., 657 Congress Street Genito-Urinary Surgery MARYLAND Baltimore Thomas Almond Ashby, 1 1 25 Madison Avenue . . Surgery William Stevenson Baer, 4 East Madison Street Orthopedic Surgery Bertram M. Bernheim, 2319 Linden Avenue . . . Surgery Joseph Colt Bloodgood, 904 North Charles Street . . Surgery John W. Chambers, 18 West Franklin Street . . . Surgery Clyde Alvin Clapp, 513 North Charles Street Ophth. and Otology Geographical List of Fellows 43 MARYLAND— Continued Baltimore — Continued Sydney M. Cone, 2326 Eutaw Place . . . Orthopedic Surgery Thomas Stephen CuUen, 3 West Preston Street . Gynecology John Staige Davis, 1200 Cathedral Street .... Surgery S. Grif th Davis, Jr., 1230 Light Street Samuel T. Earle, 1431 Linden Avenue .... Proctology John Miller Turpin Finney, 1300 Eutaw Place . . . Surgery William A. Fisher, 715 Park Avenue ..... Surgery Richard Holden FoUis, 3 East Read Street .... Surgery Harry Friedenwald, 1029 Madison Avenue . Ophth. and Otology Archibald Cunningham Harrison, 31 East North Avenue Surgery John Mason Hundley, 1009 Cathedral Street . . Gynecology Guy LeRoy Hunner, 2305 St. Paul Street . . . Gynecology Howard A. Kelly, 141 8 Eutaw Place . . . . . Surgery Frank Martin, 1000 Cathedral Street ..... Surgery Alexius McGlannan, 114 West Franklin Street . . . Surgery William Edward Moseley, 301 West Monument Street Gynecology Omar B. Pancoast, 11 11 North Charles Street . . . Surgery Walter Brewster Piatt, 802 Cathedral Street ... Surgery Andrew J. N. Reik, 506 Cathedral Street Rhinol. and Oto-Laryngology Henry O. Reik, 506 Cathedral Street . . Ophth. and Otology William Wood Russell, 1 208 Eutaw Place . . . Gynecology Arthur M. Shipley, 1827 Eutaw Place Surgery George Walker, i East Centre Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery J. Whitridge Williams, 11 28 Cathedral Street Obstetrics and Gynecology John R. Winslow, The Latrobe Apartments . Oto-Laryngology Randolph Winslow, 1900 Mount Royal Terrace . . Surgery Thomas Chew Worthington, 1022 Madison Avenue Laryngol. and Rhinology Hugh Hampton Young, 330 North Charles Street Genito-Urinary Surgery 44 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS Beverly Peer P. Johnson, 15 Washington Street Boston Franklin Greene Balch, 279 Clarendon Street Clarence John Blake, 226 Marlborough Street . . . Otology John Bapst Blake, 657 Boylston Street .... Surgery John Taylor Bottomley, 165 Beacon Street .... Surgery Elliott Gray Brackett, 166 Newbury Street Orthopedic Surgery George W. W. Brewster, 99 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Alice G. Bryant, 416 Marlborough Street . . Oto-Laryngology Hugh Cabot, 87 Marlborough Street Henry Melville Chase, 409 Marlborough Street . . Surgery Arthur Lambert Chute, 350 Marlborough Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Farrar Cobb, 28 Commonwealth Avenue .... Surgery Ernest Amory Codman, 227 Beacon Street .... Surgery William M. Conant, 486 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery Frederic J. Cotton, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery Eugene A. Crockett, 298 Marlborough Street . Oto-Laryngology Emma V. P. B. Culbertson, S3 Newbury Street . . Surgery John Henry Cunningham, Jr., 46 Gloucester Street Surgery Hayward W. Gushing, 70 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Francis Henry Davenport, 419 Boylston Street . Gynecology Lincoln Davis, 217 Beacon Street . . . . . . Surgery Robert L. DeNormandie, 355 Marlborough Street . Ohstetvics George S. Derby, 7 Hereford Street .... Ophthalmology Florence W. Duckering, 483 Beacon Street . . Surgery Joel Ernest Goldthwait, 372 Marlborough Street Orthopedic Surgery W. P. Graves, 244 Marlborough Street .... Gynecology Charles Henry Hare, 483 Beacon Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Francis Bishop Harrington, 201 Beacon Street . . . Surgery Walter Clarke Howe, 303 Beacon Street .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 45 MASSACHUSETTS— Continued B OSTON — Continued Joshua C. Hubbard, 86 Bay State Road Surgery and Obstetrics Frederick William Johnson, 167 Newbury Street . Gynecology Daniel Fiske Jones, 195 Beacon Street Surgery Frank H. Lahey, 638 Beacon Street Surgery Walter Brackett Lancaster, loi Newbury Street Ophthalmology George Adams Leland, 354 Commonwealth Avenue Oto-Laryngology Robert Williamson Lovett, 234 Marlborough Street Orthopedic Surgery Fred Bates Lund, 529 Beacon Street Surgery Samuel Jason Mixter, 180 Marlborough Street George H. Monks, 67 Marlborough Street Franklin S. Newell, 443 Beacon Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Edward Hall Nichols, 294 Marlborough Street . . . Surgery Richard Frothingham O ' Neil, 379 Beacon Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Robert B. Osgood, 372 Marlborough Street Orthopedic Surgery Horace Packard, 470 Commonwealth Avenue . . . Surgery Charles Allen Porter, 254 Beacon Street .... Surgery Edward Reynolds, 321 Dartmouth Street . . . Gynecology Edward Pierson Richardson, 224 Beacon Street Jane D. Kelly Sabine, 348 Marlborough Street Gynecology and Orthop. Surgery Charles Locke Scudder, 209 Beacon Street .... Surgery Channing Chamberlain Simmons, 317 Marborough Street Surgery Mary Almira Smith, 33 Newbury Street .... Surgery Robert Soutter, 133 Newbury Street . . Orthopedic Surgery MylesStandish, 72 St. James Avenue . . . Ophthalmology James S. Stone, 234 Marlborough Street Augustus Thorndike, 601 Beacon Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Richard G. Wadsworth, 374 Marlborough Street . Gynecology Hugh Williams, 301 Beacon Street Surgery 46 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS— Continued Brookline Harvey Cashing, 305 Walnut Street Frederick Herman Verhoeff, 5 Euston Street Fall River George L. Richards, 124 Franklin Street . . Oto-Laryngology Philemon Edwards Truesdale, 151 Rock Street . . Surgery Haverhill Charles Edwin Durant, 105 Emerson Street . . . Surgery Springfield Daniel J. Brown, 80 Maple Street . . . . . . Surgery Ralph H. Seelye, 73 Chestnut Street Surgery Westfield Frederick T. Clark, Parks Block . . . Ophth. and Laryngology Worcester Kendall Emerson, 37 Pearl Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Homer Gage, 72 Pearl Street Surgery f% MICHIGAN Ann Arbor R. Bishop Canfield, 300 South State Street Cyrenus G. Darling, 722 Forest Avenue Charles Beylard Guerard de Nancrede, 504 South State Street Reuben Peterson, 1416 Hill Street . Obstetrics and Gynecology Big Rapids Wm. T. Dodge, 115 South State Street Calumet Albert I. La wbaugh, 117 Willow Avenue .... Surgery Detroit Emil Amberg, 270 Woodward Avenue Max Ballin, 355 Woodward Avenue Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 47 MICHIGAN— Continued Detroit — Continued John Norval Bell, 506 Washington Arcade . . . Gynecology Clark D. Brooks, 308 Washington Arcade .... Surgery J. Henry Carstens, 620 Woodward Avenue . . . Gynecology Ray Connor, 703 Washington Arcade . Opth. and Laryngology Ernest Keys CuUen, 415 Washington Arcade . . Gynecology Robert W. Gillman, 107 West Fort Street . Ophth. and Otology Herbert W. Hewitt, 502 Washington Arcade . . . Surgery Louis J. Hirschman, 604 Washington Arcade . . Proctology Frederick C. Kidner, 32 Adams Avenue, West Orthopedic Surgery Daniel La Ferte, 362 Jefferson Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery Howard William Longyear, 271 Woodward Avenue Gynecology Walter Porter Manton, 32 Adams Avenue, West Gynecology and Obstetrics Theodore A. McGraw, 73 Cass Street Surgery William Francis Metcalf, 636 Woodward Avenue . Gynecology William Horace Morley, 30 Adams Avenue, West . . Obstetrics Walter Robert Parker, 32 Adams Avenue, West RoUand Parmeter, 30 Adams Avenue, West Surgery and Obstetrics Frederick W, Robbins, loi Fort Street, West . . . Urology Benjamin Robinson Schenck, 32 Adams Avenue, West Gynecology Burt Russell Shurly, 32 Adams Avenue, West . Oto-Laryngology H. N. Torrey, 32 Adams Avenue, West Surgery Frank B. Walker, 402 Washington Arcade .... Surgery Flint Joshua George Ross Manwaring, Dryden Building . Surgery Grand Rapids Robert James Hutchinson, 100 Island Street, East . Surgery Richard R. Smith, Metz Building Surgery Frederick Cook Warnshuis, 91 Monroe Avenue . . Surgery D. Emmett Welsh, Wonderly Building Ophth. and Laryngology 48 American College of Surgeons MICHIGAN— Continued Kalamazoo Ralph E. Balch Lansing Marshall L. Cushman, 414 Tussing Building Oto-Laryngology Petoskey Frank C. Witter, 322 Mitchell Street .... Surgery Saginaw C. H. Sample, 309 South Washington Avenue . . . Surgery MINNESOTA Brainerd Walter Courtney, 19 Bluff Avenue Surgery DULUTH William Henry Magie, 401 Sellwood Building . . . Surgery Mankato John Henry James, National Citizens Bank Building Ophth. and Laryngology Minneapolis Amos W. Abbott, 171 7 ist Avenue, South .... Surgery Emil S. Geist, 614 Syndicate Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Hannibal H. Kimball, 602 Nicollet Avenue . . . Surgery Arthur Ayer Law, 420 Syndicate Building .... Surgery J. Warren Little, 402 Reid Corner Surgery Jennings Crawford Litzenberg, 910 Donaldson Build- ing Obstetrics and Gynecology Arthur T. Mann, 910 Donaldson Building .... Surgery James Edward Moore, University of Minnesota . . Surgery Horace Newhart, 910 Donaldson Building Ophth. and Laryngology John H. Rishmiller, Pillsbury Building Surgery William E. Rochford, 527 Syndicate Building . . . Surgery Gustav Schwyzer, 411 Donaldson Building . . . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 49 MINNESOTA— Continued Minneapolis — Continued Charles Nelson Spratt, 900 Nicollet Avenue Ophth. and Oto-Laryngology Eugene S. Strout, 910 Donaldson Building . Ophth. and Otology Horatio B. Sweetser, 706 Masonic Temple .... Surgery Frank C. Todd, 506 Donaldson Building Ophth. and Laryngology Franklin Randolph Wright, 707 Donaldson Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Rochester Emil H. Beckman, 827 West College Street . . . Surgery Edward Starr Judd, 705 West Zumbro Street . . . Surgery Charles Horace Mayo, Mayowood Surgery William J. Mayo, 427 West College Street .... Surgery St. Paul Alexander R. Colvin, Lowry Building Surgery Warren A. Dennis, Lowry Building Surgery Robert Earl, Endicott Arcade Arthur J. Gillette, Seven Corners . . . Orthopedic Surgery Archibald MacLaren, 914 Lowry Building .... Surgery Harry Parks Ritchie, 914 Lowry Building .... Surgery John T. Rogers, 284 South Exchange Street . . . Surgery John L. Rothrock, 514 Lowry Building Gynecology and Obstetrics Arnold Schwyzer, 123 West Seventh Street .... Surgery MISSISSIPPI Greenville Hugh Agnew Gamble, 505 Washington Avenue Jackson Harley R. Shands, Century Building ViCKSBURG Benson Blake Martin, 19 18 Washington Street 50 American College of Surgeons MISSOURI Columbia Frank G. Nifong, Boone Building Surgery JOPLIN Jackson B. Taulbee, 311 Wall Street Surgery Kansas City John Fairbairn Binnie, 1 2th and McGee Streets . . Surgery William J. Frick, 924 Rialto Building Jefferson D. Griffith, 1225 Rialto Building . Orthopedic Surgery John Gardner Hayden, Rialto Building Surgery Arthur E. Hertzler, 1004 Rialto Building .... Surgery Howard Hill, loio Rialto Building Surgery . Jabez North Jackson, 425 Argyle Building .... Surgery James Elmore Logan, 1 208 Wyandotte Street Rhinol. and Oto-Laryngology Francis M. McCallum, 715 Gloyd Building Genito-Urinary Surgery John M. Perkins, 316 West Armour Boulevard . . Surgery Ernest F. Robinson, 603 Bryant Building .... Surgery John H. Thompson, 626 Bryant Building . . Ophthalmology St. Joseph Jacob Geiger, 614 Francis Geiger Block Surgery St. Louis Nathaniel Allison, Humboldt Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Fred Warren Bailey, 633 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery Willard Bartlett, Metropolitan Building . . Vilray Papin Blair, Metropolitan Building . John Young Brown, 612 Metropolitan Building George W. Cale, Jr., 4960 Laclede Avenue . Norman Bruce Carson, 4379 Westminster Place Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery J. W. Charles, Humboldt Building .... Ophthalmology Geographical List of Fellows 51 MISSOURI— Continued St. Louis — Continued Malvern Bryan Clopton, 405 Humboldt Building . . Surgery William Thomas Coughlin, Metropolitan Building . Surgery Harry Sturgeon Crossen, Metropolitan Building Gynecology and Obstetrics Walter Blackburn Dorsett, 409 Wall Building . . Gynecology Oscar H. Elbrecht, Metropolitan Building .... Surgery Eugene Charles Gehrung, 3857 Westminster Place Gynecology and Obstetrics George Gellhorn, Metropolitan Building Gynecology and Obstetrics Frank A. Glasgow, 3894 Washington Boulevard . Gynecology Roland Hill, 4500 Olive Street Surgery Ernst Jonas, 453 North Taylor Avenue Surgery Walter C. G. Kirchner, 508 Metropolitan Building . Surgery Bransford Lewis, 550 Century Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Hanau W. Loeb, 537 North Grand Avenue . . Oto-Laryngology Frank J. Lutz, 1630 South Grand Avenue Harvey Gilmer Mudd, Humboldt Building .... Surgery Fred Towsley Murphy, 1806 Locust Street . . . Surgery Clarence M. Nicholson, Lister Building Surgery Archer O ' Reilly, Metropolitan Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Francis Reder, 6346 Berlin Avenue Surgery W. E. Sauer, 537 North Grand Avenue . . . Oto-Laryngology M. G. Seelig, Wall Building Surgery William A. Shoemaker, 1006 Carleton Building Ophth almology Selden Spencer, 2723 Washington Avenue . . Oto-Laryngology Frederick Joseph Taussig, 4506 Maryland Avenue Gynecology and Obstetrics Herman Tuholske, 453 North Taylor Avenue . . . Surgery Paul Yoer Tupper, Wall Building . . . . . . Surgery MONTANA Butte Thomas Casey Witherspoon, Murray Hospital . . . Surgery 52 American College of Surgeons NEBRASKA David City Simon C. Beede Lincoln Albert Roscoe Mitchell, Bankers Life Building . . Surgery H. Winnett Orr, First National Bank Building Orthopedic Surgery Norfolk Peter Harold Salter, 409 Norfolk Avenue .... Surgery Omaha DeWitt C. Bryant, 631 City National Bank Building Ophth. and Laryngology Byron B.Davis, 1502 South 32nd Avenue .... Surgery Palmer Findley, 3602 Lincoln Boulevard Gynecology and Obstetrics r Harold Gifford, 567 Brandeis Building . . Ophth. and Otology August Frederic Jonas, 454 Brandeis Building . . . Surgery John Prentiss Lord, 501 Paxton Block Surgery John E. Summers, 618 Brandeis Theatre Building . . Surgery NEW JERSEY Atlantic City William Edgar Darnall, 1704 Pacific Avenue . . Gynecology Jersey City Gordon Kimball Dickinson, 280 Montgomery Street . Surgery Newark Charles Ludwig 111, 188 Clinton Avenue Edward J. Ill, 1002 Broad Street Orange Linn Emerson, Metropolitan Building . Ophth. and Laryngology Paterson Robert Morrison Curts, 641 East i8th Street . . . Surgery Walter Buckley Johnson, 170 Broadway Ophth. and Laryngology J. C. McCoy, 292 Broadway Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 53 NEW YORK Albany Arthur J. Bedell, 344 State Street Albert Vander Veer, 28 Eagle Street Surgery Edgar A. Vander Veer, 28 Eagle Street Surgery Brooklyn L. Grant Baldwin, 28 Schermerhorn Street . . . Gynecology Arthur H. Bogart, 27 Seventh Avenue • Surgery John Bion Bogart, 463 Clinton Avenue . . . . . Surgery William Barrett Brinsmade, 117 Montague Street . . Surgery William Francis Campbell, 394 Clinton Avenue . . Surgery H. Beeckman Delatour, 73 Eighth Avenue .... Surgery Robert L. Dickinson, 168 Clinton Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Warren L. Duffield, 119 Berkeley Place Surgery Mathias Figueira, 14 Stuyvesant Avenue Edwin H. Fiske, 152 Lafayette Avenue . . . . . Surgery Russell Story Fowler, 301 DeKalb Avenue .... Surgery Thomas R. French, 150 Joralemon Street Charles Howard Goodrich, 280 Park Place Surgery and Obstetrics Onslow Allen Gordon, 71 Halsey Street Surgery 0. Paul Humpstone, 327 Washington Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology John Edward Jennings, 282 Jefferson Avenue . . . Surgery James Charles Kennedy, 762 Willoughby Avenue . . Surgery William Linder, 889 St. Marks Avenue Surgery Sylvester James McNamara, 369 Union Street Surgery and Obstetrics Henry H. Morton, 32 Schermerhorn Street .... Urology John Osborn Polak, 287 Clinton Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology Henry R. Price, 435 Clinton Avenue . . . Ophthalmology William Henry Rankin, 151 Hancock Street . . . Surgery John Sturdivant Read, 135 Clinton Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Jacques C. Rushmore, 477 Washington Avenue Orthopedic Surgery John D. Rushmore, 129 Montague Street . Ophth. and Otology 54 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK— Continued Brooklyn — Continued John Evans Sheppard, 130 Montague Street . Oto-Laryngology Walter Aikman Sherwood, 289 Garfield Place . . . Surgery Thomas Bray Spence, 541 Third Street Surgery John Daniel Sullivan, 74 McDonough Street Walter Truslow, 67 Hanson Place . . . Orthopedic Surgery Richard Ward Westbrook, 1145 Dean Street . . . Surgery Buffalo Arthur G. Bennett, 26 Allen Street . Marshall Clinton, 556 Franklin Street . George F. Cott, 1195 Main Street Lee Masten Francis, 575 Delaware Avenue . James A. Gardner, 500 Electric Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Herman E. Hayd, 493 Delaware Avenue F. Park Lewis, 454 Franklin Street . James Hoyt Lewis, 186 Lin wood Avenue Earl Perkins Lothrop, 153 Delaware Avenue Matthew Derbyshire Mann, 37 Allen Street Edgar R. McGuire, 430 Delaware Avenue . Francis W. McGuire, 470 Franklin Street . Thomas H. McKee, 179 Franklin Street Roswell Park, 510 Delaware Avenue Frederick J. Parmenter, 616 Potomac Avenue William Ward Plummer, 523 Franklin Street Orthopedic Surgery William Scott Renner, 341 Linwood Avenue . Oto-Laryngology Harry R. Trick, 605 Elmwood Avenue Surgery Nelson W. Wilson, 49 Niagara Street Urology Thew Wright, 479 Delaware Avenue Surgery Clifton Springs James Gregory Mumford, Main Street . . . . . Surgery New Rochelle Matthias Lanckton Foster, 211 Center Avenue Ophthalmology Ophthalmology Surgery Oto-Laryngology Ophthalmology Ophthalmology Surgery Gynecology Gynecology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 55 NEW YORK— Continued New York Robert Abbe, 13 West 50th Street Surgery Fred H. Albee, 40 East 41st Street Ortho. and Neurologic Surgery Gorham Bacon, 47 West 54th Street Otology Samuel Wyllis Bandler, 134 West 87th Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Lemuel Bolton Bangs, 40 East 41st Street .... Urology T. Passmore Berens, 35 Park Avenue . Ophth. and Laryngology W. H. Bishop, 667 Madison Avenue Surgery Dougal Bissell, 219 West 79th Street .... Gynecology Joseph Augustus Blake, 108 East 65th Street . . . Surgery John Alfred Bodine, 151 West 7 2d Street .... Surgery Hermann J. Boldt, 39 East 6ist Street .... Gynecology George Emerson Brewer, 16 East 64th Street . . . Surgery LeRoy Broun, 148 West 77th Street Gynecology Joseph Decatur Bryant, 48 West 59th Street . . . Surgery W. Sohier Bryant, 19 West 54th Street Rhinol. andOto-Laryngology Henry Greenwood Bugbee, 40 East 41st Street . . Urology Peter A. Callan, 452 Fifth Avenue Alexis Carrel, Rockefeller Institute . . ... . Surgery Walter F. Chappell, 7 East 55th Street . . . Oto-Laryngology Charles H. Chetwood, 25 Park Avenue Urology J. Bayard Clark, 616 Madison Avenue Urology Clement Cleveland, 40 East 41st Street .... Gynecology Gerhard Hutchinson Cocks, 137 East 54th Street Oto-Laryngology Henry Clarke Coe, 8 West 76th Street .... Gynecology William Bradley Coley, 40 East 41st Street . . . Surgery Edwin Bradford Cragin, 10 West 50th Street Obstetrics and Gynecology H. Holbrook Curtis, 118 Madison Avenue Rhinol. and Oto-Laryngology William Darrach, 47 West 50th Street Asa Barnes Davis, 42 East 35th Street 56 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK— Continued New York — Continued Edward Bradford Bench, 15 East 53d Street . . . Otology Charles N. Dowd, 127 West 7 2d Street .... Surgery Arthur Baldwin Duel, 27 East 57th Street . . Oto-Laryngology James Clifton Edgar, 28 West 56th Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Charles A. Elsberg, 701 Madison Avenue .... Surgery John F. Erdmann, 60 West 5 2d Street Surgery Austin Flint, Jr., 68 West 55th Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Eugene Fuller, 252 Lexington Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery Henry Dawson Furniss, 375 West End Avenue Gynecology and Urology Arpad G. Gerster, 34 East 75th Street Surgery Charles Langdon Gibson, 72 East 54th Street . . . Surgery J. Riddle Goffe, 616 Madison Avenue .... Gynecology Hermann Grad, 159 West 120th Street .... Gynecology Robert Holmes Greene, 78 East 56th Street . . . Surgery Ramon Guiteras, 80 Madison Avenue . . . . . Urology James Aitken Harrar, 29 East 77th Street Obstetrics and Gynecology John A. Hartwell, 27 East 63d Street Surgery William Henry Haskin, 40 East 41st Street . Oto-Laryngology Harold M. Hays, 11 West 8ist Street . . Oto-Laryngology Lucius W. Hotchkiss, 59 West 48th Street .... Surgery Lee M. Hurd, 15 East 48th Street .... Oto-Laryngology George Wallace Jarman, 54 West 76th Street . . Gynecology Adoniram Brown Judson, 53 Washington Square, South Frederic Kammerer, 51 East 66th Street .... Surgery Edward L. Keyes, Jr., 109 East 34th Street . . . Urology Otto G. T. Kiliani, 44 West 77th Street Adrian Van Sinderen Lambert, 168 East 71st Street . Surgery Walter Eyre Lambert, 112 East 35th Street John Crego Lester, 432 Madison Avenue Ophth. and Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 57 NEW YORK— Continued New York — Continued Robert Lewis, 48 West 40th Street . . . Oto-Laryngology Howard Lilienthal, 48 East 74th Street Surgery Samuel Lloyd, 12 West 50th Street Surgery William Henry Luckett, 18 West 87th Street . . . Surgery William Chittenden Lusk, 47 East 34th Street James W. Markoe, 20 West 50th Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Charles Henry May, 698 Madison Avenue . . Ophthalmology James Francis McKernon, 62 West 5 2d Street . . . Otology Clarence A. McWilliams, 32 East 53d Street Willy Meyer, 700 Madison Avenue . Robert Tuttle Morris, 616 Madison Avenue Frank Wisner Murray, 32 West 39th Street Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Frank R. Oastler, 126 West 59th Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Sanders McAllister Payne, 542 Fifth Avenue Ophth. and Laryngology Charles H. Peck, 30 West 50th Street Surgery Victor Cox Pedersen, 45 West 9th Street .... Urology Edward Warwick Pinkham, 40 East 41st Street Surgery and Obstetrics William Mecklenburg Polk, 7 East 36th Street . Gynecology Reginald M. Rawls, 320 Central Park, West Gynecology and Obstetrics Ophthalmology Orthopedic Surgery Orthopedic Surgery . Oto-Laryngology Robert Grigg Reese, 50 West 5 2d Street George W. Roberts, 170 West 59th Street Reginald Hall Sayre, 14 West 48th Street Newton M. Shaffer, 31 East 49th Street Harmon Smith, 44 West 49th Street Robert E. Soule, 40 East 41st Street J. Bentley Squier, 49 East 49th Street . . . . . Urology Douglas Hunt Stewart, 128 West 86th Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Geo. David Stewart, 61 West 50th Street Lewis A. Stimson, 277 Lexington Avenue 58 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK— Continued New York — Continued William E. Studdiford, 124 East 36tli Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Arnold Sturmdorf, 51 West 74th Street Surgery Parker Syms, 540 Park Avenue Surgery Henry Ling Taylor, 125 West 58th Street . Orthopedic Surgery Howard Canning Taylor, 32 West 50th Street . . Gynecology Henry Hawkins Tyson, 47 West 51st Street John Van der Poel, 56 West 5 2d Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Hiram N. Vineberg, 751 MsidisonAvemie Gynecology and Obstetrics John B. Walker, 33 East 33d Street Surgery George Gray Ward, Jr., 71 West 50th Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Wilbur Ward, 24 West 50th Street . Gynecology and Obstetrics Brooks Hughes Wells, 523 Madison Avenue Gynecology and Obstetrics James Nephew West, 71 West 49th Street . . . Gynecology Royal Whitman, 283 Lexington Avenue . Orthopedic Surgery George Woolsey, 117 East 36th Street Surgery Norwich Homer Erastus Smith, 178 South Broad Street Ophth. and Otology POUGHKEEPSIE John Wilson Poucher, 339 Mill Street Surgery James Edgar Sadlier, 295 Mill Street Surgery Rochester Ralph R. Fitch, 365 East Avenue . . . Orthopedic. Surgery Edward Wright Mulligan, 26 Gibbs Street .... Surgery Frederick Wm. Zimmer 45 Monroe Avenue . . . Surgery Saratoga Springs Douglas Calhoun Moriarta, 511 Broadway . . . . Surgery Schenectady Edwin MacDonald Stanton, 511 State Street Geographical List of Fellows 59 NEW YORK— Continued Syracuse Thomas H. Halsted, 831 University Block . . Oto-Laryngology Aaron B. Miller, 102 Erie Street Gynecology NORTH CAROLINA Greenboro John Wesley Long, 119 Church Street Surgery Raleigh Kemp Plummer Battle, Jr., 5 West Hargett Street Ophth. and Laryngology Hubert Ashley Royster, 423 Fayetteville Street . . Surgery RUTHERFORDTON Henry Norris Surgery NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck N. Oliver Ramstad, City National Bank Block Eric P. Quain, 400 Main Street Fargo Jariies Prentiss Aylen, Edwards Building . . . . Surgery Paul Sorkness, Edwards Building Grand Forks Robert D. Campbell Surgery MiNOT Alexander J. McCannel . . . . Gynecology and Obstetrics OHIO Cincinnati Archibald Irwin Carson, 46 East McMillan Street Albert Henry Freiberg, 19 West Seventh Street Orthopedic Surgery Walter Richard Griess, 21 Garfield Place . . . . Surgery Joseph Arda Hall, 628 Elm Street • . Surgery f. Rufus Bartlett Hall, 628 Elm Street 6o American College of Surgeons OHIO— Continued Cincinnati — Continued Harry Hayes Hines, 34 Garfield Place ... . . . Surgery John Chad wick Oliver, 628 Elm Street Surgery Joseph Ransohoff, 19 West Seventh Street .... Surgery Charles A. L. Reed, The Groton Gynecology Benjamin Merrill Ricketts, Northwest Corner Fourth Street and Broadway Surgery Alfred Magnus Tate, 19 West Ninth Street Obstetrics and Gynecology John Albert Thompson, 628 Elm Street . . . Oto-Laryngology Derrick T. Vail, 24 East Eighth Street . Ophth. and Laryngology John Murphy Wi throw, 22 West Seventh Street . Gynecology E. Gustav Zinke, 4 Seventh Avenue, West Obstetrics and Gynecology Cleveland William Evans Bruner, 515 New England Building Ophthalmology Frank E. Bunts, 102 1 Prospect Avenue Surgery George W. Crile, Osborn Building Surgery Carl A. Hamann, 416 Osborn Building Surgery John M. IngersoU, 102 1 Prospect Avenue Rhinol. and Oto-Laryngology William E. Lower, 102 1 Prospect Avenue B.L. Millikin, mo Euclid Avenue .... Ophthalmology Hunter Robb, 702 Rose Building Gynecology Edwin G. Rust, 316 Lennox Building . . Ophth. and Otology Roland E. Skeel, 102 1 Prospect Avenue .... Surgery Walter G. Stern, 821 Schofield Building . Orthopedic Surgery James Craven Wood, 816 Rose Building . . . Gynecology Columbus James Fairchild Baldwin, 115 South Grant Avenue . Surgery Charles Sumner Hamilton, 150 East Broad Street . Surgery Gustavus A. Sulzer, 237 East State Street . , Ophthalmology Fremont M. Stamm, 611 Napoleon Street Geographical List of Fellows 6i OHIO— Continued Hamilton Mark Millikin, 311 South Second Street Sandusky Chester B. Bliss, 415 Columbus Avenue Opkth. and Laryngology Springfield Charles L. Minor, 726 Fairbanks Building . Ophth. and Otology Toledo Julius H. Jacobson, 237 Michigan Street .... Surgery Lewis F. Smead, 242 Michigan Street Surgery Xenia Benjamin Rush McClellan, 7 East Second Street Zanesville Frederick Stewart Baron, 511 Peoples Bank Building Ophth. and Laryngology OKLAHOMA McAlester LeRoy Long, iii Choctaw Avenue . . . . . Surgery Oklahoma City Abraham Lincoln Blesh, 606 State National Bank Building Surgery OREGON Portland Alvin W. Baird, Medical Building Robert C. Coffey, 789 Glisan Street . . . . . . Surgery L. H. Hamilton, Medical Building William B. Holden, 572 Spring Street Surgery Frederick Andrews Kiehle, Corbett Building Ophth. and Laryngology 62 American College of Surgeons OREGON— Continued Portland — Continued Albert Edward Mackay, 711 Oregonian Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Kenneth A. J. Mackenzie, 910 Corbett Building . . Surgery Edward Bruce McDaniel, 702 Electric Building . . Surgery Herbert Strong Nichols, 802 Corbett Building . . . Surgery William Henry Skene, Steve ns Building . . . Gynecology Ernest A. Sommer, 1017 Corbett Building .... Surgery Ernest Fanning Tucker, Medical Building .... Surgery PENNSYLVANIA Alleghany John S. Mabon, Empire Building . Laryngol. and Rhinology Philadelphia Brooke M. Anspach, 119 South Twentieth Street Gynecology and Obstetrics Astley Paston Cooper Ashhurst, 811 Spruce Street . Surgery John Montgomery Baldy, 2219 DeLancey Street . Gynecology John Goodrich Clark, 2017 Walnut Street . . . Gynecology Edward Parker Davis, 250 South Twenty -first Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Gwilym G. Davis, 1814 Spruce Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Harry C. Deaver, 141 5 North Broad Street . . . Surgery John B. Deaver, 1634 Walnut Street Surgery George E. de Schweinitz, 1705 Walnut Street . Ophthalmology Charles Harrison Frazier, 1724 Spruce Street . . . Surgery Richard H. Harte, 1503 Spruce Street Surgery Barton Cooke Hirst, 182 1 S pruce Street .... Obstetrics John Howard Jopson, 1824 Pine Street Surgery James W. Kennedy, 241 North Eighteenth Street . Gynecology Robert Grier LeConte, 1530 Locust Street .... Surgery G. Hudson Makuen, 1627 Walnut Street . Oto-Laryngology Edward Martin, 1506 Locust Street Surgery E. E. Montgomery, 1426 Spruce Street .... Gynecology Geographical List of Fellows 63 PENNSYLVANIA— Continued Philadelphia — Continued Thomas R. Neilson, 1937 Chestnut Street Wm. Campbell Posey, 2049 Chestnut Street . Ophthalmology John B. Roberts, 313 South Seventeenth Street . . Surgery Theodore B. Schneideman, 1831 Chestnut Street . Ophthalmology Peter N. K. Schwenck, 141 7 North Broad Street George Clymer Stout, 161 1 Walnut Street . . Oto-Laryngology Alexander A. Uhle, 1701 Chestnut Street .... Urology William B. VanLennep, 142 1 Spruce Street . . Surgery H. Augustus Wilson, 161 1 Spruce Street . Orthopedic Surgery James Kelly Young, 222 South Sixteenth Street Orthopedic Surgery Pittsburgh John J. Buchanan, 1409 North Highland Avenue . . Surgery James C. Burt, Westinghouse Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Sidney A. Chalfant, Westinghouse Building Ewing W. Day, Westinghouse Building . . . Oto-Laryngology Curtis Smiley Foster, 308 Diamond Bank Building Gynecology Otto C. Gaub, Seventh Street and Liberty Avenue . Surgery George L. Hays, 816 Empire Building Surgery Edward B. Heckel, 719 Jenkins Building . . Ophthalmology Raleigh R. Huggins, 1018 Westinghouse Building . Gynecology Chevalier Jackson, 1018 Westinghouse Building . Laryngology William Sterling Langfitt, 8047 Jenkins Arcade Build- ing Surgery James Wm. Macfarlane, Westinghouse Building . Surgery Stewart L. McCurdy, 8104 Jenkins Arcade Building Orthop. and Oral Surgery Evan William Meredith, 925 Highland Building . . Surgery Harold A. Miller, Pittsburgh Life Building . . . . Obstetrics Robert T. Miller, Jr., 6 Colonial Place . . . . . Surgery Kay I. Sanes, Jenkins Building Gynecology David Silver, 7045 Jenkins Arcade Building Orthopedic Surgery Frank Farrow Simpson, 7048 Jenkins Arcade Buildmg Gynecology 64 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA— Continued Pittsburgh — Continued » John D. Singley, 812 North Highland Avenue . . Surgery Lorenzo W. Swope, Park Building Surgery Xavier Oswald Werder, 714 Jenkins Building . Gynecology Charles Edward Ziegler, Forbes and Halket Streets Gynecology and Obstetrics South Bethlehem William Lawrence Estes, 805 Delaware Avenue . . Surgery Wilkes-Barre George W. Guthrie, 109 South Franklin Street . . Surgery Lewis H. Taylor, 83 South Franklin Street Ophth. and Laryngology RHODE ISLAND Newport Charles W. Stewart, 2 Kay Street Providence Arthur Thorns Jones, 214 Benefit Street .... Surgery John William Keefe, 259 Benefit Street Surgery John Waite Mitchell, 227 Benefit Street SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston Robert Spann Cathcart, 55 Hassell Street .... Surgery Charles Wilson Kollock, 86 Wentworth Street Ophth. and Laryngology Columbia LeGrand Guerry, 1300 Blanding Street .... Surgery Greenville Curran Bertram Earle, 515 North Main Street . . Surgery Rock Hill W. W. Fennell Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 65 SOUTH DAKOTA Fl ANDRE AU Frederick Angier Spafford Lead John W. Freeman, 214 West Main Street Sioux Falls Gilbert Geoffrey Cottam, 303 Boyce-Greeley Building Surgery TENNESSEE Knoxville S. R. Miller, 406 Church Avenue Memphis William Thomas Black, 620 Exchange Building . . Surgery Joseph Augustus Crisler, Exchange Building . . . Surgery Edward Coleman EUett, Exchange Building Ophth. and Laryngology Battle Malone, 276 South Pauline Street .... Surgery John Metcalf Maury, 720 Memphis Trust Building Surgery James Lancelot Minor, Randolph Building Frank David Smythe, 554 East Street .... Gynecology Nashville Richard Alexander Barr, 800 Nineteenth Avenue, South Lucius Edward Burch, Eve Building W. A. Bryan, 180 Eighth Avenue, North .... Surgery Robert Caldwell, 315 Jackson Building Marvin McTyeire CuUom, 210 Hitchcock Build- ing Ophth. and Oto-Laryngology Duncan Eve, Eve Building Surgery Rufus E. Fort, 209 Seventh Avenue, North . . Surgery W. D. Haggard, 148 Eighth Avenue, North W..M. McCabe, City Hospital Surgery Mathew Charles McGannon, 118 Eighth Avenue, North Surgery Hilliard Wood, First National Bank Building Ophth. and Laryngology 66 American College of Surgeons TEXAS El Paso Hugh W. Grouse, 504 Roberts-Banner Building . . Surgery Fort Worth Bacon Saunders, Flatiron Building Surgery Galveston James Edwin Thompson, 3224 Broadway .... Surgery San Antonio James Hall Bell, 319 Moore Building . . . Ophthalmology Temple Arthur GarroU Scott, 6 West French Avenue . . . Surgery UTAH Salt Lake Gity Samuel G. Baldwin, 508 Templeton Building Orthopedic Surgery VERMONT Burlington Lyman Allen, 288 Main Street Surgery Rutland William Stickney, ii Genter Street . . . . . Surgery VIRGINIA Gharlottesville George Tucker Harrison, 315 Second Street, North West Obstetrics and Gynecology Danville James S. Irvin, 563 Main Street Surgery Norfolk Lomax Gwathmey, 220 Freemason Street .... Surgery Beverly Randolph Kennon, 201 Taylor Building Ophth. and Laryngology Southgate Leigh, 109 GoUege Place Surgery Harry L. Myers, Taylor Building . Ophth. and Laryngology Levi Old, Taylor Building Surgery Robert Lee Payne, Jr., 114 West Freemason Street Gynecology Geographical List of Fellows 67 VIRGINIA— Continued Richmond Lewis C. Bosher, 422 East Franklin Street .... Surgery Robert C. Bryan, 301 West Grace Street .... Surgery John Shelton Horsley, 617 West Grace Street . . . Surgery George Ben Johnston, 405 East Grace Street . . . Surgery William Philip Mathews, 605 East Grace Street Orthopedic Surgery Stuart McGuire, 513 East Grace Street . . . . . Surgery Chas. R. Robins, 8 West Grace Street Surgery Achille Murat Willis, Johnston-Willis Sanatorium . . Surgery Roanoke Joseph Addington Gale, 138 Salem Avenue, West . . Surgery Hugh Henry Trout, 1303 Franklin Road .... Surgery University Stephen H. Watts, University of Virginia .... Surgery WASHINGTON Everett Norman Halkier Goodenow, 403-409 Commerce Building Ophth. and Laryngology William F. West, American National Bank Building North Yakima Alfred Joseph Helton, 310 Masonic Temple . . . Surgery Cornelius J. Lynch, 202 Mullens Building .... Surgery Seattle Frederick Bentley, 404 Cobb Building . . . Ophthalmology James Beaty Eagleson, 512 Burke Building . . . Surgery Bruce Elmore, ion Cobb Building Surgery R. D. Forbes, 709 Cobb Building Charles Bickham Ford, 908 Boren Avenue . . . Gynecology George Monroe Horton, 1106 Cobb Building . . . Surgery Everett 0. Jones, 508 Cobb Building Surgery John A. MacKinnon, Alaska Building Ophth. and Laryngology 68 American College of Surgeons WASHINGTON— Continued Seattle— Continued G. S. Peterkin, 1105 Cobb Building Urology Alfred Raymond, 401 Lowman Building . Neurologic Surgery Walter Karl Seelye, 806 American Bank Building Ophth. and Laryngology Casper Wistar Sharpies, Burke Building Hamilton Stillson, 515 Northern Bank and Trust Building Ophth. and Laryngology Milton C. Sturgis, 514 Harvard Avenue Park Weed Willis, 1256 Empire Building Sherald F. Wiltsie, Cobb Building Spokane Thomas L. Catterson, 2025 Fourth Avenue .... Surgery Charles F. Eikenbary, 420 Paulsen Building Orthopedic Surgery Wilson Johnston, 404 Paulsen Building Ophth. and Laryngology Henry B. Luhn, Traders Bank Building .... Surgery James M. Nefif, Paulsen Building Surgery Edward R. Northrop, 417 Paulsen Building Archibald Clarence Veasey, 404 Paulsen Building Ophth. and Laryngology Tacoma Ivan Petroff Balabanoff, 4128 North Stevens Street Ophth. and Laryngology WEST VIRGINIA Charleston John Egerton Cannaday, Capitol City Bank Building Surgery Elkins WUliam Wolfe Golden Keyser C. S. Hoffman, 60 Davis Street Surgery Wheeling Frank LeMoyne Hupp, 61 Fourteenth Street . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 69 WISCONSIN Ashland John M.Dodd, 220 East Second Street .... Surgery LaCrosse E. Evans, State Bank Building Surgery Milwaukee Henry Barnard Hitz, 11 16 Sycamore Street Charles H. Lemon, 259 Farwell Street . . . . . Surgery John Rich McDill, 470 Jackson Street . . . . . Surgery Franz Pfister, 1404 Majestic Building . . . Oto-Laryngology Gilbert E. Seaman, 141 Wisconsin Street Ophth. and Laryngology John Lawrence Yates, 141 Wisconsin Street . . . Surgery Wausau Joseph Franklin Smith, 118 East Scott Street . . . Surgery WYOMING Cheyenne George Leslie S trader, First National Bank Building, Ophth. and Laryngology DOMINION OF CANADA ALBERTA Calgary Harry Goodsir Mackid, 220 Sixth Avenue, East Frank Hamilton Mewburn, Beveridge Block . . . Surgery Edmonton Edgar W. Allin, Jasper Avenue, West ..... Surgery BRITISH COLUMBIA Cranbrook James Horace King, Armstrong Avenue 70 American College of Surgeons BRITISH COLUMBIA— Continued Fernie S. Bonnell, Walmsley Street Douglas Corsan Revelstoke William Henry Sutherland, McKenzie Avenue Vancouver Robert B. Boucher, 709 Georgia Street Ophth. and Laryngology I. Glen Campbell, 2000 Nelson Street Robert Valentine Dolbey, 709 Dunsmuir Street George Sinclair Gordon, 503 Birks Building Robert Edward McKechnie, 445 Granville Street . William B. McKechnie, 311 Hastings Street, West Francis Xavier McPhillips, 302 Birks Building . Alexander Stewart Monro, 413 Granville Street Herbert W. Riggs, 470 Granville Street .... Victoria Harold Edward Ride wood, 100 Jones Block . . . Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Urology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery MANITOBA Brandon Wilfred A. Bigelow, 354 Twelfth Street Winnipeg R. J. Blanchard, 288 Broadway .... B. J. Brandson, 857 Sherbrooke Street Herbert P. H. Galloway, 661 Broadway John A. Gunn, 288 Broadway .... Jasper Halpenny, 702 Sterling Bank Building Gerhard Hiebert, 401 Boyd Building Julius Eduard Lehmann, 606 Boyd Building Neil John Maclean, 762 Broadway . James McKenty, 400 Sterling Bank Building William Robson Nichols, 83 Carlton Street Surgery Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 71 MANITOBA— Continued Winnipeg — Continued S. Willis Prowse, 801 Boyd Building . . . Oto-Laryngology Robert Mills Simpson, 702 Sterling Bank Building Gynecology William Harvey Smith, 173 Portage Avenue, East Ophth. and Laryngology NEW BRUNSWICK Frederickton Alfred Bennison Atherton, 828 Brunswick Street . . Surgery George Clowes Van Wart, 141 York Street Saint John Murray MacLaren, 75 Coburg Street Thomas Dyson Walker, 156 Princess Street ONTARIO London Hadley Williams, Queens Avenue Surgery John Wishart, 195 Dufferin Avenue Surgery Saulte Ste. Marie Robert James Gibson, 159 Brock Street .... Toronto George Arthur Bingham, 68 Isabella Street . . . Surgery Geoffrey Boyd, 167 Bloor Street Oto-Laryngology Herbert Alexander Bruce, 64 East Bloor Street . . Surgery Irving Heward Cameron, 307 Sherbourne Street Frederick A. Cleland, 57 East Bloor Street . . . Gynecology W. Edward Gallic, 143 College Street William Belfry Hendry, 181 Carlton Street . . . Gynecology William Warner Jones, 41 Avenue Road Edmund Eleazar King, 61 Queen Street, East . . . Surgery W. J. 0. Malloch, 9 College Street Surgery Frederick William Marlow, 417 Bloor Street, West Gynecology John Alexander McCoUum, 12 Avenue Road . . . Surgery 72 American College of Surgeons ONTARIO— Continued Toronto — Continued Bart. E. McKenzie, 12 East Bloor Street . Orthopedic Surgery Walter McKeown, 7 College Street Surgery Andrew Samuel Moorhead, 146 Bloor Street, West Alexander Primrose, 100 College Street Surgery Richard A. Reeve, 46 Bloor Street, East . . Ophthalmology James A. Roberts, 19 Bloor Street, West .... Surgery E. Stanley Ryerson, 143 College Street Surgery Wallace Arthur Scott, 627 Sherbourne Street . . . Surgery Norman Strahan Shenstone, 196 Bloor Street Gideon Silverthorn, 266 College Street Clarence L. Starr, 224 Bloor Street Frederic Newton Gisborne Starr, 112 College Street . Surgery D. J. Gibb Wishart, 47 Grosvenor Street . . Oto-Laryngology Arthur Wright, 329 Church Street QUEBEC Montreal Edward William Archibald, 160 Metcalfe Street George E. Armstrong, 320 Mountain Street Walter Linley Barlow, 4769 Sherbrooke Street, West . Surgery Herbert Stanley Birkett, 252 Mountain Street . Oto-Laryngology Harry Clifton Burgess, 105 Union Avenue Obst etrics and Gynecology Kenneth Cameron, i. The Linton Surgery Roland Playfair Campbell, 249 Mountain Street . . Surgery Walter W. Chipman, 285 Mountain Street Obstetrics and Gynecology John Munro Elder, 4201 Sherbrooke Street . . . Surgery Frank Richardson England, 126 Bishop Street Alexander Mackenzie Forbes, 485 Guy Street Orthopedic Surgery Alexander Esselmont Garrow, 289 Mountain Street . Surgery Donald Alexander Kingston, 460 Sherbrooke Street, West Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 73 QUEBEC— Continued Montreal — Continued James Alexander Hutchison, 354 Mackay Street . . Surgery Wm. Hutchinson, Mappin Building . . Geniio-Urinary Surgery Campbell B. Keenan, 376 Mountain Street .... Surgery Herbert Melville Little, 161 Stanley Street Obstetrics and Gynecology Frederick A. L. Lockhart, 38 Bishop Street . . Gynecology James T. Rogers, 80 Crescent Street . . . Oto-Laryngology Frederic Thomas Tooke, 368 Mountain Street . Ophthalmology William George Turner, 179 Drummond Street Orthopedic Surgery Edmond Melchior von Eberts, 219 Peel Street . . Surgery Westmount Alfred Turner Bazin, 4064 Dorchester Street A LIST OF THE FELLOWS WITH THEIR DEGREES AND APPOINTMENTS Abbe, Robert, A.B., M.D., 13 West 50th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1874. Senior Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Abbott, Amos W., M.D., 171 7 First Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minnesota. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1869. Surgeon-in- Chief, Abbott Hospital. Abbott, Edville Gerhardt, A.B., A.M., M.D., 156 Free Street, Portland, Maine. Bowdoin College, 1898. Professor of Ortho- pedic Surgery, Maine Medical School, Bowdoin College; Surgeon- in-Chief, The Children ' s Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Maine General Hospital. Abell, Irwin, A.M., M.D., Atherton Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville Medical College, 1897. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, University of Louisville; Visiting Surgeon, Louisville City and Saints Mary and Elizabeth Hospitals. Abramson, Louis, M.D., 722 Cotton Street, Shreveport, Louisiana. Tulane Medical College, 1898. Surgeon in charge. North Louisi- ana Sanitarium. AiNLEY, Frank C, B.S., M.D., 11 17 John Brockman Building, Los Angeles, California. Johns Hopkins Medical School. 1906, Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Los Angeles Depart- ment, University of California; Los Angeles County Hospital. Albee, Fred H., A.B., M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York, New New York. Harvard University Medical School, 1903. Pro- fessor Orthopedic Surgery, University of Vermont; Adjunct Professor Orthopedic Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Post-Graduate and Haw- thorne Hospitals; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Waterbury and Muhlenburg Hospitals. Alden, Eliot, A.B., M.D., 609 Exchange Building, Los Angeles, California. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. 75 76 American College of Surgeons Allen, Carroll W., M.D., 13 12 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University, 1901. Lecturer and Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Tulane University, and Lecturer and Clinical Instructor Genito-Urinary and Rectal Diseases, Post- Graduate Department at Tulane; Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital. Allen, Lyman, A.B., M.D., 288 Main Street, Burlington, Vermont. University of Vermont, College of Medicine, 1896. Assistant Professor Surgery, University of Vermont, College of Medicine; Surgeon, Fanny Allen Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Mary Fletcher Hospital. Allen, William Larned, M.D., 216 West Third Street, Davenport, Iowa. lown State University Medical Department, 1881. President and Member of Surgical Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Member Consulting Stafif, Mercy Hospital. Allin, Edgar W., M.D., CM., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Jasper Avenue, West, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Trinity University, Toronto, 1902. Examiner in Surgery, Alberta Medical Council; Surgeon, City Hospital. Alling, Arthur N., A.B., M.D., 257 Church Street, New Haven, Con- necticut. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1891. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Medical Department, Yale University; Ophthalmologist to New Haven Hospital. Allison, Nathaniel, M.D., Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri, Harvard University, 1901. Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Associate Surgeon, St. Louis Children ' s Hospital and Washington University Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to St. Luke ' s Hospital and St. Louis Mater- nity Hospital. Allport, Frank, M.D., LL.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1876. St. Luke ' s Hospital. Amberg, Emil, M.D., 270 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. University of Heidelberg, Germany, 1894. Assistant Clinical Pro- fessor of Otology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Physician and Surgeon, Ear, Nose and Throat Depart- ment, United Jewish Charities ' Dispensary. Andrews, E. Wyllys, A.B., A.M., M.D., 2525 Prairie Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. Chicago M edical College, 1881. Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Cook County Hospital, Mercy Hospital and Michael Reese Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows " j j Andrews, Frank T., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1884. Anspach, Brooke M., M.D., 119 South Twentieth Street, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1897. Associ- ate in Gynecology, University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon to the Gynecean Hospital; Gynecologist to the Stetson Hospital; Obstetrician and Gynecologist to the Philadelphia Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist to the University Hospital. Archibald, Edward William, A.B., M.D., CM., 160 Metcalfe Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1896. Lecturer in Clinical Surgery, McGill University; Assistant Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Armstrong, Geo. E., M.D., CM., LL.D., 320 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1877. Professor of Surgery, McGill University; Chief Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital, Western Hospital and Protestant Hospital for Insane, Verdun, Quebec. AsHBY, Thomas Almond, M.D., LL.D., 1125 Madison Avenue, Balti- more, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1873. Professor of Diseases of Women, University of Maryland; University and Maryland General Hospitals. AsHHURST, AsTLEY Paston Cooper, A.B., M.D., 811 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1900. Instructor of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania; Associate Surgeon, Episcopal Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Orthopedic Hospital. Atherton, Alfred Bennison, A.B., M.D., L.R.CP. S., 828 Bruns- wick Street, Frederickton, New Brunswick, Canada. Harvard Medical School, 1866; Edinburgh, 1867. Surgeon, Victoria Hos- pital. Aylen, James Prentiss, M.D., Edwards Building, Fargo, North Dakota. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, 1888. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Bacon, Charles Sumner, Ph.B., M.D., 2156 Sedgwick Street, Chi- cago, Illinois. Northwestern University, 1884. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Illin ois and Chicago Policlinic; Attend- ing Obstetrician, Chicago Policlinic, Henrotin Memorial, Univer- sity, German, Evangelical Deaconess Hospitals, and Chicago Lying-in Hospital and Dispensary. 78 American College of Surgeons Bacon, Gorham, A.B., M.D., 47 West 54th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1878. Professor of Otology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univer- sity; Executive Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Con- sulting Aural Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital, Roosevelt Hospital, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled, Minturn Hospital, New York, and Vassar Brothers ' Hospital, Poughkeepsie, New York. Bacon, John Elmer, M.D., Miami, Arizona. University of Pennsyl- vania, 1892. Chief Surgeon, Miami-Inspiration Hospital. Bacon, Joseph Barnes, M.D., Macomb, lUinois. Northwestern University Medical College, 1881. Surgeon-in-Chief of St. Francis Hospital. Baer, William Stevenson, A.B., M.D., 4 East Madison Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, 1898. Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Associate in Orthopedic Surgery and Head of the Orthopedic Department at the Johns Hopkins Hospital; Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Hospital for the Women of Maryland; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Union Protestant Infirmary and Robert Garrett Hospital; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, Maryland. Bailey, Fred Warren, B.S., M.D., 633 Metropolitan Building, Grand Avenue and Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis Univer- sity, 1903. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical Depart- ment, St. Louis University; Associate Chief Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital. Bailey, Thomas Edward, Ph.D., M.D., 210 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical College, 1902. Surgeon, Gynecolo- gist and Chief of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Baird, Alvin W., A.B., M.D., Medical Building, Portland, Oregon. Cornell University, 1905. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Uni- versity of Oregon; Attending Surgeon, Multnomah Hospital. Baker, J. Norment, A.B., M.D., Bell Building, Montgomery, Ala- bama. University of Virginia, 1898. Surgeon to St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Balabanoff, Ivan Petroff, A.B., A.M., M.D., 4128 North Stevens Street, Tacoma, Washington. University Medical College of City of New York, 1887. St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 79 Balch, Franklin Greene, A.B., A.M., M.D., 279 Clarendon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1892. Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital; Surgeon, Faulkner Hospital. Balch, Ralph E., M.D., 115 West Lovell Street, Kalamazoo, Michi- gan. Northwestern University Medical School, 1897. Consulting Surgeon to Kalamazoo State Hospital. Baldwin, James Fairchild, A.M., M.D., 115 South Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Jefferson Medical College, 1874. Surgeon, Grant Hospital. Baldwin, L. Grant, M.D., 28 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1886. Gynecologist, St. Peter ' s Hospital, Brooklyn; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Far Rockaway, Long Island; Consulting Gynecologist, Home of St. Giles, the Cripple. Baldwin, Samuel C, M.D., 508 Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Louisville, 1884. Orthopedic Sur- geon, Latter Day Saints Hospital. Baldy, John Montgomery, M.D., 2219 DeLancey Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1884. Philadelphia Polyclinic; Surgeon, Gynecean Hospital; Gynecolo- gist, Polyclinic Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Jewish Hospital and Frederick Douglas Hospital. Ballin, Max, M.D., 355 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. University of Berlin, 1892. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Head of Division of General Surgery, Harper Hospital; Surgeon to Harper Hospital. Balloch, Edward A., A.B., A.M., 1511 Rhode Island Avenue, North West, Washington, District of Columbia. Howard University, 1879. Dean and Professor, of Surgery, Medical School, Howard University. Attending Surgeon, Freedmen ' s Hospital. Bandler, Samuel Wyllis, A.B., M.D., 134 West 87th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1894. Adjunct Professor Diseases of Women, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, Beth Israel Hospital. Bangs, Lemuel Bolton, M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York, New York. Medical Department, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1872. Emeritus Professor of Genito- 8o American College of Surgeons Urinary Surgery, Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, St. Vincent ' s Hospital and City Hospital, New York, and Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn. Barbat, J. Henry, Ph.G., M.D., 275 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Medical Department, University of California, 1888. Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Barcus, Paul J., Ben Hur Building, Crawfordsville, Indiana. Med- ical College of Ohio, 1887. Surgeon to Culver Union Hospital. Barkley, Archibald Henry, M.D., CM., 138 North Upper Street, Lexington, Kentucky. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1896. Consulting Surgeon, Good Samaritan Hospital; Surgeon, Kentucky House of Reform. Barlow, Walter Linley, A.B., M.D., CM., 4769 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1898. Assistant Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Barnes, Walter S., M.D., 29 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Buffalo, Medical Department, 1892. Assistant Professor Gynecology, Northwestern Medical School; Attending Gynecologist, Mercy Hospital. Barnett, Charles E., M.D., 902 Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, Indi- ana. Medical Department, University of Indiana, 1890. Ad- junct Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Medical Department, University of Indiana. Barnhill, John F., M.D., Pennway Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Central College of Physicians and Surgeons (now Indiana University School of Medicine), 1888. Professor Otology, Rhin- ology and Laryngology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Indianapolis City Hospital, Indiana Methodist Hospital, Robert W. Long University Hospital. Baron, Frederick Stewart, M.D., 511-514 Peoples Bank Building, Fourth Street, Zanesville, Ohio. New York University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1900. Barr, Richard Alexander, A.B., M.D., 800 Nineteenth Avenue, South, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, 1894. Pro- fessor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the Medical Department, Vanderbilt University; Nashville City Hospital, Vanderbilt Hos- pital, the Barr Infirmary. Alphabetical List of Fellows p Barrow, David, M.D., 148 Market Street, Lexington, Kentucky. University of Louisiana, 1880. Visiting and Consulting Surgeon, Good Samaritan Hospital and St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Bartlett, Willard, A.m., M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Marion Sims College of Medicine, 1895. Washington University Medical School. Basham, David Walker, M.D., 802 Schweiter Building, Wichita, Kansas. Kansas City Medical College, 1884; University of New York, 1891. Visiting Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Battle, Kemp Plummer, Jr., A.B., M.D., 5 West Hargett Street, Raleigh, North Carolina. University of Virginia, 1881; Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1882. Leonard Medical School, Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose; Visiting Surgeon, Rex, Leonard and St. Agnes Hospitals. Bazin, Alfred Turner, M.D., CM., 4064 Dorchester Street, West- mount, Montreal, Canada. McGill University, 1894. Lecturer in Surgery, Clinical Surgery and Applied Anatomy, McGill University; Attending Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Beard, Charles H., M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illi- nois. University of Louisville, 1877. Surgeon, Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Oculist, Passavant Memorial Hospital. Beck, Carl, M.D., 601 Deming Place, Chicago, Illinois. Royal Im- perial University of Prague, 1889. Surgeon, North Chicago Hos- pital. Beck, Emil G., M.D., 2632 Lake View Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Surgeon to the North Chicago Hospital. Beck, Joseph C, M.D., 108 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, University of Illinois, 1895. Associate Professor of Oto-Laryngology at University of Illinois, College of Medicine; Attending Oto-Laryngologist to North Chicago Hospital and Cook County Hospital. Beckman, Emil H., M.D., 827 West College Street, Rochester, Minne- sota. University of Minnesota, 1901. Surgeon, Mayo Clinic (St. Mary ' s Hospital). Bedell, Arthur J., M.D., 344 State Street, Albany, New York. Medical Department, Union University, Albany, New York, 1901. Lecturer Ophthalmology, Albany Medical College; Attending Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Albany Hospital, South End Dis- pensary and Albany Hospital Dispensary; Attending Oculist, Albany Orphan Asylum. 82 American College of Surgeons Beede, Simon C, M.D., David City, Nebraska. Medical Depart- ment, State University of Iowa, 1891. Attending Surgeon, David City Hospital. Belfield, William T., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1878. Professor Genito-Urinary Surgery, Rush Medical College; Professor Genito-Urinary Diseases, Chicago Policlinic School; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Policlinic and Henrotin Hospitals. Bell, James Hall, M.D., 319 Moore Building, San Antonio, Texas. Jefferson Medical College, 1884. Bell, John Norval, M.D., Ph.G., 506 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1892. Assistant Pro- fessor of Obstetrics, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Obstetrician to Harper Hospital. Bench, Edward M., M.D., Galena, Illinois. Northwestern Univers- ity Medical School, 1898. District Surgeon, Illinois Central Rail- road Company; Local Surgeon, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company; District Surgeon, Mines and Power Company; Staff Member, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Bennett, Arthur G., M.D., 26 Allen Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1891. Associate Professor in Ophthalmol- ogy, University of Buffalo, Medical Department; Chief of Clinic, Ophthalmological Department, University Dispensary; Ophthal- mologist to German Deaconess, Children ' s and Erie County Hospitals; Ophthalmologist to Craig Colony for Epileptics, Sonyea, New York, and Church Home and Infirmary, Buffalo, New York; Consulting Ophthalmologist to J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital, Perry, New York. Bentley, Frederick, M.D., 404-5-6 Cobb Building, Seattle, Wash- ington. Rush Medical College, 1901. Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital, Seattle City Hospital. Berens, T. Passmore, M.D., 35 Park Avenue, New York City, New York. University of Pennsylvania, 1887. Committee on In- struction, Post-Graduate School of the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Surgeon and Director in Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Bernheim, Bertram M., A.B., M.D., 2319 Linden Avenue, Balti- more, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, 1905. Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Surgeon to Union Protestant Infirmary and Hebrew Hospital; Assistant Surgeon to Out-Patient Department, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 83 Besley, Frederic A., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. As- sociate Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Wesley Hospital and Cook County Hospital. Bevan, Arthur Dean, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1883. Professor of Surgery and Head of the Surgical Department, Rush Medical College; Attend- ing Surgeon and Head of the Surgical Department, Presbyterian Hospital. BiGELOW, Wilfred A., M.D., 354 Twelfth Street, Brandon, Mani- toba, Canada. Manitoba University, 1903. Staff Member, Bran- don General Hospital. Bingham, George Arthur, M.D., CM., M.B., 68 Isabella Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto and Trinity University, 1884. Associate Professor Clinical Surgery, Univer- sity of Toronto; Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. BiNNiE, John Fairbairn, A.M., M.B., CM., Twelfth and McGee Streets, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Aberdeen, Scot- land, 1886. German Hospital. BiRKETT, Herbert Stanley, M.D., CM., 252 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1886. Professor of Qto-Laryngology, McGill University; Oto- Laryngologist, Royal Victoria Hospital, Alexandra Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Montreal Foundling Hospital and Mackay Institute for Deaf Mutes. Bishop, W. H,, M.D., 667 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, 1889. Hahnemann Hospital, New York. BissELL, DouGAL, M.D., B.S., 219 West 79th Street, New York, New York. University of Maryland, 1888. Attending Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, New York State Hospital, Central Islip. Black, Carl Ellsworth, B.S., M.D., A.M., 200 Ayres National Bank Building, Jacksonville, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1887. Member of Staff, Dean of Training School, and Secretary of Board of Trustees, Passavant Memorial Hospital; Member of Stafif, Our Saviour ' s Hospital; Operating Surgeon, Illinois State Hospital. 84 American College of Surgeons Black, Melville, M.D., 424 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colora- do. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Professor of Ophthalmology in the Medical Department of the University of Colorado; Ophthalmologist to St. Luke ' s, St. Joseph ' s and Children ' s Hospitals; Consulting Ophthalmologist to St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Black, William Thomas, M.D., 620 Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Tennessee, 1898. Clinical Lecturer in Gynecology and Senior Assistant to the Chair of Gynecology, University of Tennessee; Gynecologist to the St. Joseph ' s Hospital; President of Staff and Surgeon to Leath Orphan Asylum and Foundlings ' Home. Blair, Vilray Papin, A.M., M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University, 1893. Associate in Surgery, Washington University; Professor of Oral Surgery Washington University, Dental Department; Visiting Surgeon to St. Luke ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon to the Washington University Hos- pital, and St. Louis Children ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the St. Louis, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Blake, Clarence John, M.D., O.M. (Vienna), 226 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1865. Emeritus Professor of Otology, Harvard University; Consulting Aural Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary and New England Hospital for Women. Blake, John Bapst, A.B., A.M., M.D., 657 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1891. Assistant In- structor and Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Consulting Surgeon, Boston Insane Hospital. Blake, Joseph Augustus, A.B., Ph.B., A.M., M.D., 108 East 65th Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Consulting Surgeon to St. Luke ' s Hospital, Roosevelt Hospital, Lincoln Hospital, Mineola Hospital and Neurological Institute. Blanchard, R. J., M.B., CM., 288 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Edinburgh University, 1877. Manitoba Medical College; Consulting Staff, Winnipeg General Hospital. Blanchard, Wallace, M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1869. Assist- ant Clinical Professor in Surgery (Orthopedic), Rush Medical College; Orthopedic Surgeon to The Home for Destitute Crippled Children, Prince Crossing, Illinois, University Hospital, and Convalescent Home for Destitute Crippled Children. Alphabetical List of Fellows 85 Blesh, Abraham Lincoln, M.D., 606-10 State National Bank Build- ing, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Northwestern University- Medical School, 1889. Associate Professor Clinical Surgery, State University Medical School; Chief of Staff and Chief Surgeon, Wesley Hospital; Surgeon to State University Hospital and Post-Graduate Hospital. Bliss, Chester B., M.D., 415 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky, Ohio. University of Michigan, 1896. Bloodgood, Joseph Colt, B.S., M.D., 904 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Pennsylvania, 189 1. Associ- ate Professor Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Chief Surgeon, St. Agnes Hos- pital. Bloom, Jefferson Davis, M.D., 5718 St. Charles Avenue, New Or- leans, Louisiana. Medical Department, Tulane University, 1886. Blue, Rupert, M.D., D.Sc, D.P.H., 3 B Street, South East, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. University of Maryland, 1892. Bodine, John Alfred, B.Sc, M.D., 151 West 72nd Street, New York, New York. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1893. Professor of Surgery, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital, Long Island City, Northern Dispensary and Northwestern Dispensary. BoGART, Arthur H., M.D., 27 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. New York University Medical College, 1893. Attending Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal and Coney Island Hospitals; Assistant At- tending Surgeon, Kings County Hospital. BoGART, John Bion, A.M., M.D., 463 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. New York University, 1884. Attending Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal, KingS County and Jewish Hospitals. BoLDT, Hermann J., M.D., 39 East 6ist Street, New York, New York. New York University, 1856. New York Post-Graduate Medical School; New York Post-Graduate and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals. Bonnell, S., M.D., CM., Walmsley Street, Fernie, British Columbia, Canada. McGill University, 1896. Fernie General Hospital. Boot, George William, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, lUinois. Sioux City College of Medicine, 1893. University of Pennsylvania, 1898. Instructor Ear, Nose and Throat Depart- ment, Rush Medical College; Attending Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon to Cook County and Children ' s Hospitals and to St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, Illinois; Assistant Otologist to Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago. 86 American College of Surgeons Borden, William Cline, M.D., 1801 California Street, North West, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbian (now George Washington) University, 1883. Dean, Department of Medicine, George Washington University; Surgeon-in-Chief, George Wash- ington University Hospital; Chairman Executive Committee. BosHER, Lewis C, M.D., 422 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1883. Professor Genito- urinary Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Visiting Surgeon, Stuart Circle and Memorial Hospitals. Bottomley, John Taylor, A.B., M.D., 165 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard University Medical School, 1894. Lecturer on Surgery, Harvard Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon-in-Chief, Carney Hospital. Boucher, Robert B., M.D., CM., 709 Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. McGill Medical College, 1895. Ophthalmologist, Laryngologist, Otologist and Rhinologist to Vancouver General Hospital. BouFFLEUR, Albert Irving, B.S., M.D., 2449 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1887. Chief Surgeon, Washington Boulevard Hospital. BovEE, J. Wesley, M.D., 815 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. Medical D epartment , Columbia University, 1885. Professor of Gynecology, George Washington University; Chief Gynecologist, George Washington University Hospital; Gynecologist, Columbia Hospital for Women, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital and Government Hospital for the Insane. BowEN, W. W., M.D., 6oo Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, Iowa. University of Iowa, 1895. Surgical StafiF, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. Bowers, Charles E., M.D., Beacon Building, Wichita, Kansas. Rush Medical College, 1883. Chief Surgeon of St. Francis Hos- pital. Boyd, Frank, M.D., City National Bank Building, Paducah, Ken- tucky. Rush Medical College, 1889. Surgeon, Riverside Hos- pital. Boyd, Geoffrey, A.B., M.D., 167 Bloor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1891. Associate Professor in Oto-Laryngology, University of Toronto; Assistant in Oto- Laryngology, Toronto General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 87 Brackett, Elliott Gray, M.D., 166 Newbury Street, Boston, Mas- sachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1886. Associate in Ortho- pedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Chief of Service, Ortho- pedic Department, Massachusetts General Hospital. Brandson, B. J., A.B., M.D., CM., 857 Sherbrooke Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba Medical College, 1900. Associate Professor of Surgery, Manitoba Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Brawley, Frank, Ph.G., M.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. College of Medicine, University of Illinois, 1902. Oculist and Aurist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Brewer, George Emerson, A.B., A.M., M.D., 16 East 64th Street, New York, New York. Harvard University, 1885. Professor of Clinical Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Senior Surgeon, Roosevelt Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to New York City Hospital, Perth Amboy Hospital, Muhlenberg Hospital, New York Ophthalmic and Aural Institute, and House of the Holy Comforter. Brewster, George W. W., A.B., M.D., 99 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical S chool, 1893. As- sistant Visiting Surgeon to Massachusetts General Hospital. Brinsmade, William Barrett, A.B., M.D., 117 Montague Street, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New " York, 1892. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital and Long Island College Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Christopher ' s Hospital. Brockman, David C, A.B., A.M., Corner Third and Court Streets, Ottumwa, Iowa. Medical Department, Iowa State University, 1878. Consultant, Ottumwa Hospital. Brooks, Clark D., M.D., 308 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1905. Associate Professor of Sur- gery of Detroit College of Medicine; Demonstrator of Anatomy, Detroit College of Medicine; Junior Surgeon, Harper Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Children ' s Free Hospital. Brophy, Truman W., D.D.S., M.D., LL.D., 81 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1880. President and Dean of the Faculty of the Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Presbyterian Hospita£l, Frances Willard Temperance Hospital, Provident Hospital, Sheridan Park Hospital. 88 American College of Surgeons Brose, Louis D., M.D., Ph.D., 501 Upper First Street, Evansville, Indiana. University of Pennsylvania, 1881. Broun, LeRoy, B.S., M.D., 148 West 77th Street, New York, New York. Vanderbilt University, 1887. Attending Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Manhattan State Hospital. Brown, Daniel J., M.D., 80 Maple Street, Springfield, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical College, 1886. Surgeon-in-Chief, Mercy Hospital; Surgeon, Springfield Hospital. Brown, John Mackenzie, M.D., John Brockman Building, Los Angeles, California. Western University, Canada, 1899. In- structor in Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology, University of California, Los Angeles; Oto-Laryngologist, Graves ' Dispensary of the University of California, Los Angeles. Brown, John Young, M.D., 612 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Bellevue Medical College, 1887. Professor of Sur- gery, St. Louis University; Surgeon-in-Chief, St. John ' s Hospital. Brown, Rexwald, M.D., Santa Barbara, California. Northwestern University, 1903. Attending Surgeon, Cottage Hospital. Bruce, Herbert Alexander, M.D., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., 64 East Bloor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto Medical Faculty, 1892. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto Medical Faculty; Chief of Surgical Service, Toronto General Hospital. Bruner, William Evans, A.B., A.M., M.D., 515 New England Building, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania, 1891. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Medical Department, Western Reserve University; Visiting Ophthalmologist, Lakeside Hospital and St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital. Bryan, Joseph Hammond, M.D., 818 Seventeenth Street, North West, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, 1877. University of New York, 1879. Attending Surgeon, Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Consulting Laryngolo- gist, Garfield Memorial Hospital. Bryan, Robert C, M.D., 301 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1899. Professor of Descriptive Anatomy and Genito-Urinary Surgery, University College of Medicine. Bryan, W. A., A.B., A.M., M.D., 180 Eighth Avenue, North, Nash- ville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, 1899. Professor of Alphabetical List of Fellows 89 Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Vanderbilt University; Surgeon, St. Thomas, Nashville City and Vanderbilt Hospitals. Bryant, Alice G., A.B., M.D., 416 Marlboro Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Woman ' s Medical College, New York Infirmary, 1890. Bryant, DeWitt C, A.M., M.D., 631 City National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Medical Department Wooster University, 1875. Oculist and Aurist, General and Mercy Hospitals. Bryant, Joseph Decatur, M.D., LL.D., 48 West 59th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1868. Pro- fessor of Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Colleges; Visiting Surgeon to Bellevue and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals. Bryant, W. Sohier, A.B., A.M., M.D., 19 West 54th Street, New York, New York. Medical School, Harvard University, 1888. Consulting Otologist, Manhattan State Hospital; Senior Assistant Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Buchanan, John J., A.M., M.D., Ph.D., 1409 North Highland Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1881. Professor of Surgery, University of Pitts- burgh; Surgeon to Mercy Hospital. BuFORD, Coleman Graves, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. Northwestern University, 1894. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College; Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Children ' s Memorial Hospitals. Bugbee Henry Greenwood, M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Lecturer in Genito-Urinary Surgery, New York Polyclinic Medical School; Cystoscopist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Chief of Genito-Urinary Clinic, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Cystoscopist and Chief of Clinic, Woman ' s Hospital; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Bartholomew ' s Clinic; Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Polyclinic Hospital. Bulson, Albert Eugene, Jr., B.S., M.D., 219 West Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 189 1. Professor of Ophthalmology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Hope and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Bunts, Frank E., M.D., 102 1 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University, 1886. Professor Principles of Sur- gery and Clinical Surgery, Western Reserve ; Visiting Surgeon to St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital andMt. Sinai Hospital; Consulting Sur- geon to Cleveland City Hospital, Lutheran Hospital, St. Ann ' s Ma- ternity Hospital and Maternity Hospital. go American College of Surgeons BuRCH, Lucius Edward, M.D., Eve Building, 7th Avenue and Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, 1896. Pro- fessor of Gynecology, Secretary of the Faculty and Acting Dean, Medical Department, Vanderbilt University; Surgeon, Vanderbilt Hospital; Gynecologist, City Hospital; Surgeon, Douglas Infir- mary. BuRGE, A. J., B.Sc, M.Sc, M.D., 22 South Clinton Street, Iowa City, Iowa. State University of Iowa, 1900. Assistant Professor of Surgery in State University of Iowa; Member of Staff, State Uni- versity of Iowa Hospital. Burgess, Harry Clifton, M.D., CM., 105 Union Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1905. Lecturer in Obstet- rics and Demonstrator in Gynecology, McGill University; Assistant Surgeon, Montreal Maternity Hospital and Samaritan Hospital; Clinical Assistant in Gynecology, Royal Victoria Hos- pital. Burroughs, George M., M.D., 3 Broad Street, Danielson, Connecti- cut. Baltimore Medical College, 1900. Oculist, Day Kimball Hospital. BuRRY, James, M.D., 72 West Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1875. Consulting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Chief Surgeon, South Works and Gary Hospitals. Burt, James C, Ph.B., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1902. Genito-Urinary Surgeon to St. Francis Hospital. Byford, Henry Turman, M.D., Peoples Gas Building, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1873. Asso- ciate Member, St. Luke ' s Hospital Medical Staff. Cabot, Hugh, A.B., M.D., 87 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Medical School, Harvard University, 1898, Assistant Professor Genito-Urinary Surgery, Medical School of Harvard University; Chief of Service Genito-Urinary Department, Massa- chusetts General Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, New England Baptist Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Leander M. Haskins Memorial Hospital, Rockport, Massachusetts. Caldwell, Robert, M.D., 315 Jackson Building, Nashville, Tennes- see. University of Tennessee, Medical Department, 1903. Pro- fessor Surgical Anatomy, Vanderbilt University. Cale, George W., Jr., M.D., F.R.M.S., 4960 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, Alphabetical List of Fellows 91 1887. Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medi- cine; Chief Surgeon and Superintendent, Frisco Lines Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon St. John ' s Hospital; Surgeon-in- Chief, Mercy Hospital, Fort Scott, Kansas. Calhoun, F. Phinizy, A.B., M.D., 833 Candler Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Professor of Ophthalmology, Atlanta Medical College; Visiting Ophthalmologist and Aurist, Grady Memorial Hospital, Wesley Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Callan, Peter A., M.D., 452 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. University Medical College, New York, New York, 1867. Oph- thalmologist to Columbus and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals; Consult- ing Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; President of the Medical Board, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Yonkers, New York. Cameron, Irving Heward, M.B., F.R.C.S., LL.D., 307 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1874. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto; Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital, St. Michael ' s Hospital and St. John ' s Hospital for Women. Cameron, Kenneth, M.D., CM., 731 Sherbrooke Street, West, Mon- treal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1887. Lecturer in Clinical Surgery and Operative Surgery, McGill University. Senior Surgeon, Out-Door Department, Montreal General Hos- pital. Campbell, I. Glen, M.D., CM., 2000 Nelson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. McGill University, 1897. Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Department, Vancouver General Hospital. Campbell, Robert D., A.B., M.D., CM., Grand Forks, North Dakota. Manitoba University, 1893. Special Lecturer, North Dakota University. Attending Surgeon, St. Michael ' s and Deaconess Hospitals. Campbell, Roland Playfair, A.B., M.D., CM., 249 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1901. Lecturer in Surgery, McGill University; Surgeon, Genito-Urinary Diseases, Montreal General Hospital. Campbell, William E., M.E)., 605 Atlanta National Bank Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University of New York, 1888. Georgian Hospital, Georgia Baptist Hospital, Crenshaw ' s Hospital for Nervous Diseases. 92 American College of Surgeons Campbell, William Francis, A.B., M.D., 394 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1892. Professor of Anatomy, Long Island College Hospital; Surgeon-in- Chief, Trinity Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital, Swedish Hos- pital and Coney Island Hospital. Canfield, R. Bishop, A.B., M.D., 300 South State Street, Ann Arbor, M ichigan. Medical Department of the University of Michigan, 1899. Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Medical Department of the University of Michigan; Attending Oto-Laryngologist, University of Michigan General Hospital. Cannaday, John Egerton, M.D., Capitol City Bank Building, Charleston, West Virginia. University College of Medicine, 1901. Charleston General and McMillan Hospitals. Carithers, Warner H., M.D., Corner First and Jackson Streets, Moscow, Idaho. Rush Medical College, 1887. Carmalt, William Henry, M.D., A.M., 261 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Connecticut. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1 86 1. Emeritus Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery in Yale University Carr, W. p., M.D., 1418 L Street, North West, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University, 1888. Visiting Surgeon, Emergency Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Government Hospital for the Insane. Carrel, Alexis, L.B., S.B., M.D., Sc.D., Rockefeller Institute, New York, New York. University of Lyons, France, 1900. Member Rockefeller Institute. Carson, Archibald Irwin, B.S., M.D., 46 East McMillan Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, Medical Department of the University of Cincinnati, 1889. Surgeon, Cincinnati General Hospital; President of Stafif and Surgeon, Episcopal Hospital for Children. Carson, Norman Bruce, M.D., 4379 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis Medical College, 1868. St. Louis MuUanphy Hospital and Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital. Carstens, J. Henry, M.D., 620 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michi- gan. Detroit Medical College, 1870. President of Faculty and Professor of Abdominal and Pelvic Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery. Consulting Gynecologist, Harper Hos- pital and Providence Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Women ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 93 Casselberry, William Evans, M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania, 1879. Laryn- gologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Cathcart, Robert Spann, M.D., Ph.G., 55 Hasell Street, Charles- ton, South Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1893. Professor of Abdominal Surgery, Medical College of the State of South Carolina; Visiting Surgeon, Roper Hospital. Catterson, Thomas L., M.D., 2025 Fourth Avenue, Spokane, Wash- ington. Detroit College of Medicine, 1887. Surgical Staff of Sacred Heart Hospital. Chalfant, Sidney A., B.S., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1901. Gynecologist, St. Margaret ' s and Columbia Hospitals; Assistant Gynecologist, Allegheny General Hospital. Chambers, John W., M.D., D.Sc, 18 West Franklin Street, Balti- more, Maryland. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1879. Professor of Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Sur- geon, Mercy Hospital and Hebrew Hospitals. Chappell, Walter F., M.D., M.R.C.S., 7 East 55th Street, New York, New York. Toronto University, 1879; Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1882. Professor CHnical Laryngology, Columbia University; Surgeon to Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Charles, J. W., A.B., A.M., M.D., Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University, 1891. Chase, Henry Melville, B.S., M.D., 409 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Sur- gical Staff, Boston Dispensary. Cheatham, William, A.B., M.D., 305 West Chestnut Street, Louis- ville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, 1873. Chetwood, Charles H., M.D., LL.D., 25 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1887. Surgeon, Bellevue, Knickerbocker and Polychnic Hospitals, and St. John ' s Hospital, White Plains, New York. Chislett, Howard Roy, M.D., 3604 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, 1888. Presi- dent, Hahnemann Medical College; Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College; Attending Sur- geon, Hahnemann and Streeter Hospitals. Chipman, Walter W., A.B., M.D., F.R.C.S., 285 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Edinburgh University, 1895. Professor 94 American College of Surgeons of Gynecology and Obstetrics, McGill University; Gynecologist to the Royal Victoria Hospital; Chief Obstetrician, Montreal Maternity Hospital. Christie, Robert James, M.D., Stern ' s Building, Quincy, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania, 1890. Surgeon, Blessing Hospital. Chute, Arthur Lambert, M.D., 350 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Assistant Pro- fessor Genito-Urinary Surgery, Tufts College, Medical School; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital and Boston Infirmary. Clapp, Clyde Alvin, M.D., 513 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore Medical College, 1902. Associate in Ophthalmology and Otology at University of Maryland; Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore Eye and Ear, and Maryland General Hos- pitals; Ophthalmologist and Aurist, St. Vincent ' s Infant Asylum. Clark, Frederick T., M.D., Parks Block, Westfield, Massachusetts. Albany Medical College, 1896. Surgeon in Charge of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Department, Noble Hospital. Clark, J. Bayard, M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1898. Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital; Con- sulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Elizabeth General Hospital; Con- sulting Urologist, Mount Vernon Hospital. Clark, John Goodrich, M.D., 2017 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1891. Professor of Gynecology, University of Pennsylvania; Gynecologist-in- Chief, University Hospital; Consultant Gynecologist, Bryn Mawr, Germantown, Chestnut Hill and Jewish Hospitals. Clark, Samuel, M.D., B.S., M.D., 108 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane School of Medicine, 1900. Professor of Gynecology and CHnical Obstetrics; in charge of the Department of Gynecology of Tulane Undergraduate; Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital. Cleland, Frederick A., A.B., B.M., 57 East Bloor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1901, Assistant in Gynecology, University of Toronto; Gynecologist to St. Michael ' s Hospital. Cleveland, Clement, A.B., A.M., M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 187 1. Attending Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 95 Clinton, Marshall, M.D., 556 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. Niagara University (University of Buffalo), 1895. Assistant Professor, Surgical Pathology; Attending Surgeon, Buffalo General, Erie County, and Buffalo Children ' s Hospitals. Clopton, Malvern Bryan, M.D., 405 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri. University of Virginia, 1897. Associate in Surgery, Washington University; Visiting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Associate Surgeon, St. Louis (MuUanphy) Hospital; Associate Surgeon and Chief of Surgical Clinic, St. Louis Children ' s Hos- pital. Cobb, Farrar, A.B., M.D., A.M., 28 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1893. Lecturer in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. Cochran, Guy, A.B., M.D., 234 Loma Drive, Los Angeles, California. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1900. Cocks, Gerhard Hutchison, A.B., M.D., 137 East 54th Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, New York, New York, 1903. Instructor in Clinical Laryngology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Assistant Surgeon to the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Ear and Throat De- partments. CocRAM, Henry S., B.S., M.D., 108 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane Medical School, 1891. Professor, Clinical Gynecology, Post-Graduate Department, Tulane University; Gynecologist, Charity Hospital. Codman, Ernest Amory, A.B., M.D., 227 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Lecturer on Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. CoE, Henry Clarke, A.B., A.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 8 West 76th Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1881. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1882. Pro- fessor of Gynecology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Gynecologist, Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Gynecolo- gist, Woman ' s Memorial and Foundling Hospitals. Coffey, Robert C, M.D., 789 Glisan Street, Portland, Oregon. Kentucky School of Medicine, 1892. Cole, Herbert Phalon, A.B., M.D., 202 Conti Street, Mobile, Alabama. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1906. Associate 96 American College of Surgeons Professor Gynecology, Medical Department, University of Alabama; Gynecologist, Mobile City Hospital. CoLEY, William Bradley, A.B., M.D., A.M., 40 East 41st Street. Harvard Medical School, 1888. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Cornell University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, General Memorial Hospital and Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled. CoLViN, Alexander R., M.D., CM., Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. McGill Medical College, 1894. Surgeon to City and County Hospital and St. Luke ' s Hospital. CoNANT, William M., A.B., M.D., 486 Commonwealth Avenue, Bos- ton, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1884. Professor, Clinical Surgery, Tufts Medical School; Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. Cone, Sydney M., A.B., M.D., 2326 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Pennsylvania, 1893. Associate in Ortho- pedic Surgery, University of Maryland; Maryland General and Hebrew Hospitals and Children ' s Hospital School. Connor, Ray, A.B., M.D., 703 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michi- gan. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1901. Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology in Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Surgeon for Diseases of the Eye and Ear, Children ' s Hospital. CoNSTANTiNE, KosciusKO Walker, A.B., M.D., 1022 Sycamore Street, Birmingham, Alabama. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1905. Professor of Ophthalmology, Birmingham Medical School and Graduate School of Medicine of the University of Alabama; Ophthalmologist, Hillman and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals. Cooper, St. Cloud, M.D., 604-5 First National Bank Building, Fort Smith, Arkansas. Missouri Medical College, 1882. Lecturer on Surgical Nursing and Surgeon, Sparks Memorial Hospital. Corsan, Douglas, M.D., CM., 20 Victoria Avenue, Fernie, British Columbia, Canada. McGill University, 1885. Surgeon, Fernie Hospital. CoTT, George F., M.D., 1195 Main Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1884. Chnical Professor of Otology, Medical Department, University of Buffalo; Oto-Laryngologist to Buffalo General Hospital. Cottam, Gilbert Geoffrey, M.D., 303-306 Boyce Greeley Building, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. St. Louis University, 1893. Alphabetical List of Fellows 97 Cotton, Frederic J., A.B., A.M., M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Lectur- er in Surgery, Harvard College School of Medicine; First Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital. CouGHLiN, William Thomas, M.D., B.S., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University, 1901. Assistant Professor of Surgery and Chief of Clinic, St, Louis University; Consultant to St. John ' s and Rebekah Hospitals. Courtney, Walter, M.D., A.M., 19 Bluff Avenue, Brainerd, Minne- sota. Medical Department, University of Michigan, 1883. Chief Surgeon of the Hospital and Medical Service of the Eastern Division, Northern Pacific Railway. Cousins, William Lewis, M.D., 231 Woodford Street, Portland, Maine. University of Pennsylvania, 1894. Surgeon-in-Chief to St. Barnabas Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Maine General Hospital. Cox, Edgar, M.D., 106 East Mulberry Street, Kokomo, In- diana. Medical College of Ohio, 1890. Cragin, Edwin Bradford, A.B., A.M., M.D., 10 West 50th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1886. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Sloane Hospital for Women; Consulting Obstetric Surgeon, City Maternity Hospital, New York Nursery, Children ' s Hospital and the Italian Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital, Roosevelt Hospital, Lincoln Hospital, New York Infirmary for Women and Children and St. Luke ' s Hospital, Newburgh, New York. Crile, George W., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., F.R.C.S., Osborn Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Wooster University, 1887. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Western Reserve University; Surgeon, Lakeside Hospital. Crisler, Joseph Augustus, B.S., M.D., Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1890. Gyne- cologist to the Lucy Brinkley Hospital. Crockett, Eugene A., M.D., 298 Marlboro Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1891. Assistant Instructor and Assistant Professor, Harvard University Medical School; Chief of Staff, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Aurist, Newton and Infant ' s Hospitals; Visiting Aurist, Massa- chusetts General Hospital. 98 American College of Surgeons Crossen, Harry Sturgeon, M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University, 1892. Associate in Gynecology, Washington University Medical School; Associate Gynecologist, Washington University Hospital; Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Chief of Staff, St. Louis Maternity Hos- pital; Gynecologist, MuUanphy Hospital and Missouri Baptist Sanitarium. Grouse, Hugh W., M.D., 504-9 Roberts-Banner Building, El Paso, Texas. University of Indiana, 1892. Lecturer in Gynecology to Nurses, Hotel Dieu; Surgeon-in-Chief, Valley View Hospital, Vic- toria, Texas; Staff Surgeon, Hotel Dieu, Providence and Roleston Hospitals. CuBBiNS, William R., B.S., M.D., 29 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University, 1900. Professor of Surgery, Post-Graduate Hospital; Assistant Professor of Surgery, North- western University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Post- Graduate Hospital; Adjunct Surgeon, Wesley Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Cook County Hospital. CuLBERTSON, Carey, A.B., M.D., 108 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern Medical School, 1898. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush Medical College; Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Associate Attending Gynecologist, Cook County Hospital. CuLBERTSON, Emma V. P. B., A.B., A.M., M.D., 33 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsyl- vania, 1 88 1. Attending Surgeon, New England Hospital for Women and Children. CuLLEN, Ernest Keys, M.B., 415 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michi- gan. Universityof Toronto, 1903. Senior Associate in Abdominal Surgery and Gynecology, Detroit General Hospital. CuLLEN, Thomas Stephen, M.B., 3 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Toronto, 1890. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University; Associate Gynecologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Consultant in Gynecology, Church Home and Infirmary. CuLLOM, Marvin McTyeire, A.B., M.D., 210-214 Hitchcock Build- ing, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, 1896. Sur- geon-in-Chief, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Nashville City Hos- pital; Surgeon, St. Thomas Hospital. Cunningham, John Henry, Jr., M.D., 46 Gloucester Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Instructor in Alphabetical List of Fellows 99 Genito-Urinary Surgery, Harvard Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon, Long Island Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Frost Hospital, Chelsea, Massa- chusetts. Curtis, Arthur H., B.S., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1905. Assistant in Gynecology, Northwestern Medical School; Attendant Gynecologist, Wesley Hospital and Annie Durand Hospital; Adjunct Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Curtis, H. Holbrook, Ph.B., M.D., 118 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Yale Medical College, 1880. Visiting Surgeon, New York Throat, Nose and Lung Hospital; Director of Night Camp and Member of Governing Board. CuRTS, Robert Morrison, M.D., CM., 641 East i8th Street, Pater- son, New Jersey. University of Trinity College, Toronto, 1892. Visiting Surgeon to St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Franklin Hospital. Gushing, Harvey, A.B., A.M., M.D., F.R.C.S., 305 Walnut Street, Brookline, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Mose- ley Professor of Surgery, Harvard University; Surgeon-in-Chief, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Gushing, Hayward W., A.B., M.D., 70 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1882. Con- sulting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital. Cushman, Marshall L., M.D., 414-416 Tussing Building, Lansing, Michigan. University of Michigan, Department Medicine and Surgery, 1906. Dabney, Virginius, M.D., 1633 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. Medical Department, University of Virginia, 1902. Assistant Surgeon, Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Danforth, William Clark, B.S., M.D., 1620 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. Northwestern University, 1903. Attending Surgeon, Evanston Hospital. Darling, Cyrenus G., M.D., 722 Forest Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michi- gan. University of Michigan, 1 88 1. Clinical Professor of Surgery in Medical Department of University of Michigan; Clinical Pro- fessor of Surgery, University Hospital; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Sanatarium. loo A merican College of Surgeons Darnall, William Edgar, A.M., M.D., 1704 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey. University of Virginia, 1895. Gynecologist to the Atlantic City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the North American Sanitarium for the Treatment of Surgical Tuberculosis. Darrach, William, A.B., A.M., M.D.,47 West soth Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1901. Associate in Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Junior Surgeon, Roosevelt Hos- pital. Davenport, Francis Henry, A.B., M.D., 419 Boylston Street, Bos- ton, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1874. Consulting Surgeon, Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, Massachusetts. Davis, Asa Barnes, M.D., 42 East 35th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1889. Medical Director and Attending Surgeon, Society of the Lying-in Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poughkeepsie, New York. Davis, Byron B., A.B., M.D., 1502 South 32nd Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska. Minnesota Hospital Medical College, 1884. Pro- fessor of Practice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Nebraska; Chief Surgeon, Immanuel Hospital; Attending Surgeon to Wise Memorial Hospital and Clarkson Hospital. Davis, Edward Parker, M.D., 250 South 21st Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rush Medical College, 1882; Jefferson Medical College, 1888. Jefferson Medical College; Jefferson Hospital; Philadelphia Hospital; Consultant to Preston Retreat. Davis, Gwilym G., M.D., M.R.C.S., LL.D., 1814 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1879. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon, Philadelphia Orthopedic Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Philadelphia General Hospital and University Hospital; Surgeon- in-Chief, Widener Industrial School. Davis, J. D. S., M.D., LL.D., 2031 Avenue G, Birmingham, Alabama. Medical Department of University of Georgia, 1879. Professor of Surgery in Graduate School of Medicine of University of Alabama; Surgeon to Hillman Hospital and Davis Infirmary. Davis, John Staige, Ph.B., M.D., 1200 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1899. Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Surgeon to Union I Alphabetical List of Fellows loi Protestant Infirmary, Church Home and Infirmary, Robert Garrett Children ' s Hospital, Children ' s Hospital School; Assistant Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Davis, Lincoln, A.B., M.D., 217 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Assistant in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Massachu- setts General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Massachusetts Char- itable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Milford Hospital, Milford, Mas- sachusetts, and Henry Heywood Memorial Hospital, Gardner, Massachusetts. Davis, S. Griffith, Jr., M.D., 1230 Light Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland, 1893. Lecturer on Anesthetics, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Instructor in Anesthetics, University of Maryland; Anesthetist and Visiting Surgeon, Church Home and Infirmary; Consulting Anesthetist, Union Protestant Infirmary and St. Joseph ' s German Hospital. Davison, Charles, M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical School), 1883. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Med- ical Department University of Illinois; Attending Surgeon, Cook County Hospital and University Hospital. Day, Ewing W., A.M., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Georgetown University, 1889. Chair of Otology, Medical Department, University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh Eye and Ear Hospital and Columbia Hospital. Dean, Frank Wilson, B.S., M.D., 401 City National Bank Building, Cotincil Bluffs, Iowa. University of Minnesota, 1890. Ophthal- mologist and Oto-Laryngologist to Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital and to the Christian Home. Dean, Lee Wallace, M.S., M.D., 12 South Clinton Street, Iowa City, Iowa. University of Iowa, 1896. Professor and Head of Department, Ophthalmology, Oto-Laryngology and Oral Surgery, Medical College, State University of Iowa; Chief Oph- thalmologist, Oto-Laryngologist and Oral Surgeon, State Uni- versity and Mercy Hospitals; Laryngologist, Iowa Sanatorium for Tuberculosis; Ophthalmologist, Iowa College for the Blind. Deaver, Harry C, M.D., 141 5 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1885. Professor Surgery, Women ' s Medical College; Surgeon, Episcopal Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Kensington Hospital for Women; Surgeon, Women ' s College Hospital, Children ' s Hospital and Mary Drexel Home I02 American College of Surgeons Deaver, John B., M.D., D.Sc, LL.D., 1634 Walnut Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1878. Professor of the Practice of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon-in-Chief, German Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Decker, G. E., B.S., M.D., Central Office Building, Davenport, Iowa. University of Iowa, 1897. Staff, St. Luke ' s and Mercy Hospitals. Delatour, H. Beeckman, M.D., 73 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1887. Surgeon, St. John ' s and Norwegian Hospitals. DeLee, Joseph Bolivar, A.M., M.D., 5028 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1891. Pro- fessor of Obstetrics, Northwestern University Medical School; Obstetrician to Mercy, Provident and the Chicago Lying-In Hospitals. de Nancrede, Charles Beylard Guerard, A.B., A.M., M.D., LL.D., 504 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. University of Pennsylvania, 1869. Jefferson Medical College, 1883. Pro- fessor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the Department of Medicine and Surgery, University of Michigan; Director of Surgery Clinics; Attending Surgeon to the University of Michigan Hospital. Dench, Edward Bradford, Ph.B., M.D., 15 East 53rd Street, New York, New York. Medical Department of Columbia University, 1885. ' Professor of Otology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Attending Aural Surgeon to the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Otologist to St. Luke ' s Hospital, the New York Orthopedic Hospital and Dispensary, and the New York Neurological Institute. Dennis, Warren A., B.L., M.D., Lowry Building, Fifth and St. Peter Streets, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, 1896. Professor of Clinical Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Minnesota; Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Associate Surgeon, City and County Hospital. DeNormandie, Robert L., A.B., M.D., 355 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. As- sistant in Obstetrics, Harvard Medical School; Physician to Out- patients, Boston Lying-In Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist, Boston Dispensary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 103 Derby, George S., A.B., M.D., 7 Hereford Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Assistant in Ophthal- mology, Harvard Medical School; Instructor in Ophthalmology in the Graduate School of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Assist- ant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Carney Hospital. deRoaldes, Arthur Washington, B.L., B.Sc, M.D., 1328 Jackson Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. University of Louisiana (now Tulane, University), " 1869; School of Medicine of Paris, 1870. Emeritus Professor Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Post-Graduate De- partment Tulane University; Surgeon-in-Chief, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital of New Orleans; Surgeon-in-Chief, Charity Hospital of Louisiana. DE ScHWEiNiTZ, George E., A.M., M.D., 1705 Walnut Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1881. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Pennsylvania; Oph- thalmic Surgeon, Philadelphia General Hospital and University Hospital. Dickinson, Gordon Kimball, M.D., 280 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, New Jersey. Bellevue Medical College, 1877. Surgeon, Christ and City Hospitals, Jersey City, New Jersey; Consulting Surgeon, Bayonne City Hospital, and Stumpf Me- morial Hospital, Kearny, New Jersey. Dickinson, Robert L., M.D., 168 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1882. Senior Gynecolo- gist and Obstetrician, Brooklyn Hospital; Consultant Obstetrician, Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Consultant Gynecologist, hos- pitals in Jamaica, Flushing and Brattleboro. Dillon, Edward Thomas, B.S., M.S., M.D., Brockman Building, Los Angeles, CaHfornia. University California, Los Angeles, Department, 1901. Surgeon-in- Charge, Sisters ' Hospital. DoANE, Philip Schuyler, M.D., 1427 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1895. Attending Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Associate Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hos- pital. DoDD, John M., M.D., 220 East Second Street, Ashland, Wisconsin. Starling Medical College, 1889. Chief Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. DoDD, Oscar, M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 1890. Surgeon in Eye I04 American College of Surgeons Department of Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Ophthalmologist and Otologist at Augustana Hospital and Evanston Hospital. DoDDS, Robert, M.D., 3929 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1890. Post- Graduate Medical School; Gynecologist, to the Chicago Post-Graduate Hospital. Dodge, Wm. T., M.D., 115 South State Street, Big Rapids, Michigan. Department of Medicine and Surgery, Michigan University, 1880. Attending Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. DoERiNG, Edmund James, M.D., 81 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1874. Consultant Stafif, Chicago Lying-in Hospital and Michael Reese Hospital. DoLBEY, Robert Valentine, M.S., F.R.C.S., B.M., 709 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. College of Surgeons and Physicians, London, 1902. DoRLAND, William Alexander Newman, A.M., M.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania, 1886. Professor of Obstetrics, Loyola University; Professor of Gynecology, Post-Graduate Medical School; Obstetrical Staff, Jefferson Park Hospital, Cook County Hospital; Gynecologist, Post-Graduate Hospital. Dorr, R. C, M.D., Batesville, Arkansas. Missouri Medical College, 1883. Chief Surgeon, Kennedy-Dorr Sanitarium. DoRSETT, Walter Blackburn, M.D., 409 Wall Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis College of Medicine, 1878. Professor of Gynecology and Pelvic Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Gynecologist to Evangelical Deaconess Hospital, Mis- souri Baptist Sanitarium, St. John ' s Hospital and Rebekah Hos- pital. DowD, Charles N., A.M., M.D., 127 West 72nd Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1886. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Columbia University; Junior At- tending Surgeon, Roosevelt Hospital; Attending Surgeon, General Memorial Hospital and St. Mary ' s Free Hospital for Children. DuBosE, Francis Goodwin, M.D., 400 Lauderdale Street, Selma, Alabama. Tulane University of Louisiana, 1893. Chief of Staff, Vaughan Memorial Hospital; Visiting Surgeon to Burwell In- firmary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 105 DucKERiNG, Florence W., M.D., 483 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Tufts College Medical School, 1901. Attend- ing Surgeon, New England Hospital for Women and Chil- dren, Roxbury, Massachusetts; Attending Physician, Pope Dis- pensary. Dudley, Emilius Clark, A.B., A.M., M.D., 1545 Astor Street, Chicago, Illinois. Long Island College Hospital, 187 5. Profes- sor of Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; St. Luke ' s Hospital. Duel, Arthur Baldwin, M.D., 27 East 57th Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical College, 1894. Professor of Otology, Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Surgeon and Director, Ear Department, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. DuFFiELD, Warren L., M.D., 119 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1898. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital and Kingston Avenue Hospital. DuRANT, Charles Edwin, M.D., 105 Emerson Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1885. Surgeon to Hale Hospital. Dyas, Frederick G., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illi- nois. Northwestern Medical School, 1904. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Illinois; Adjunct Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Associate Attending Surgeon, Cook County Hospital. Eagleson, James Beaty, M.D., 512 Burke Building, Seattle, Wash- ington. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, 1885. Attending Surgeon, Seattle Children ' s Hospital. Earl, Robert, M.D., Endicott Arcade, St. Paul, Minnesota. Univer- sity of Minnesota, 1896. Surgeon to Mounds Park Sanitarium, Bethesda, and State Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled Chil- dren. Earle, Curran Bertram, A.B., M.D., 515 North Main Street, Green- ville, South Carolina. University of Maryland, 1896. Visiting Surgeon, City Hospital. Earle, Saml. T., Jr., M.D., 1431 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland, 1870. Proctologist to the Hospital for Women of Maryland, St. Joseph ' s and Hebrew Hos- pitals. io6 American College of Surgeons Eastman, Joseph Rilus, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 331 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. University of Berlin, 1897. Clinical Professor of Surgery in the Indiana University Medical School; Surgeon to Indianapolis City Hospital. Eastman, Thomas Barker, A.B., A.M., M.D., 310 Pennway Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Central College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1893. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Indiana Univer- sity School of Medicine; Gynecologist, City Hospital, Methodist Hospital and Deaconess Hospital. Edgar, James Clifton, Ph.B., A.B., A.M., M.D., 28 West 56th Street, New York, New York. New York University, 1885. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Midwifery, Cornell University Medical College; Attending Obstetrician to Bellevue Hospital; Obstetric Surgeon to Manhattan Maternity Hospital. Edwards, William A., M.D., Security Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. University of Pennsylvania, 1881. EiKENBARY, Chas. F., M.D., 420 Paulseu Building, Spokane, Wash- ington. Rush Medical College, 1903. Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, Deaconess, and Sacred Heart Hospitals. Eisendrath, Daniel Nathan, A.B., M.D., 4840 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1891. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, University of Illinois; Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital. Elbrecht, Oscar Herman, Ph.G., Ph.B., M.D., MetropoHtan Build- ing, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1 901. Associate Chief Surgeon, Frisco Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Louis Maternity, Bethesda, and Missouri Pacific Hospitals. Elder, John Munro, M.D., CM., A.B., 4201 Sherbrooke Street, Montreal, Canada. McGill University, 1885. Assistant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, McGill University; Surgeon, Mon- treal General Hospital. Elkin, William Simpson, A.B., M.D., 29 Luckie Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1882. Dean and Professor of Gynecology, Atlanta Medical College; Con- sulting Surgeon, Grady Hospital; Member of Elkin- Goldsmith Sanatorium. Ellett, Edward Coleman, A.B., M.D., Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1 89 1. Professor Ophthalmology, University of Tennessee, College Alphabetical List of Fellows 107 of Medicine; Ophthalmic Surgeon, City Hospital, Baptist Memo- rial Hospital, Shelby County Poor and Insane Asylum, and Lucy Brinkley Hospital. Ellis, H. Bert., A.B., M.D., 245 Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, California. University of California, 1888. Prof essor of Ophthal- mology, Los Angeles Medical Department, University of Cali- fornia; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Los Angeles County Hospital. Elmore, Bruce, A.B., M.D., ion Cobb Building, Seattle, Washing- ton. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1903. Seattle City Hospital. Elsberg, Charles A., A.B., M.D., 701 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Uni- versity, 1893. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Surgeon, New York Neurolog- ical Institute; Associate Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Montefiore Home and Hospital, and Manhattan State Hospital. Emerson, Kendall, A.B., M.D., 37 Pearl Street, Worcester, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Orthopedic and Assistant General Surgeon, Worcester Memorial Hospital. Emerson, Linn, M.D., Metropolitan Building, Orange, New Jersey. Jefferson Medical College, 1897. Assistant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Oculist and Aurist, Orange Memorial Hospital, New Jersey Orthopedic Hospital and D ispensary, House of Good Shepherd, and Orange Orphans ' Home. England, Frank Richardson, M.D., CM., 126 Bishop Street, Mon- treal, Quebec, Canada. Bishop ' s College, 1885. Surgeon, West- ern Hospital. Erdmann, John F., M.D., 60 West 52nd Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1887. New York Post-Grad- uate Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Gouverneur and New York Post-Graduate Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Mt. Vernon General; St. John ' s Riverside, Yonkers; General, Greenwich, Connecticut; Mineola, Long Island; Manhattan State, IsUp, New York. Erving, William Gage, B.A., M.D., 922 Seventeenth Street, Far- ragut Square, Washington, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University, 1902. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Howard University; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Providence Hospital, Freedman ' s Hospital, and Children ' s Hospital. io8 American College of Surgeons EsTES, William Lawrence, A.M., M.D., 805 Delaware Avenue, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. University of Virginia, 1877; University of New York, 1878. Director, Physician and Surgeon- in-Chief, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Evans, E., M.D., CM., State Bank Building, LaCrosse, Wisconsin. McGill University, 1887. Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Evans, John Lillie, M.D., 729 Beacon Building, Wichita, Kansas. Medical Department, Washington University, 1904. Eve, Duncan, A.B., A.M., M.D., Eve Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1874. Senior Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Medical Department of Vanderbilt University; Senior Consulting Surgeon, Nashville City Hospital; Chief Surgeon, North Carolina and St. Louis Railway Hospitals; Surgeon and Proprietor of Eve ' s Surgical Infirmary. Eyster, George Longhead, M.D., 1109 Second Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois. Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1874. St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Fairchild, D. S., M.D., 244 Sixth Avenue, Clinton, Iowa. Albany Medical College, New York, 1868. Surgeon, Mercy and Agatha Hospitals. Fairchild, David Sturgess, Jr., M.D., Wilson Building, Clinton, Iowa. Iowa College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1897. Surgeon, Agatha and Mercy Hospitals. Fay, Oliver James, B.S., M.D., 1213 Equitable Building, Des Moines, Iowa. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 1902. Surgeon to the Iowa Methodist Hospital. Feingold, Marcus, M.D., 503 Medical Building, New Orleans, Louisiana. Vienna University, 1896. Professor of Ophthal- mology, Tulane University of Louisiana; Senior Ophthalmologist and Visiting Oculist, Touro Infirmary; Ophthalmologist, Charity Hospital. Fennell, W. W., M.D., Rock Hill, South Carohna. South CaroHna Medical School, 1895. Figueira, Mathias, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 14 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. College Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1872. Visiting Surgeon, St. Catherine ' s Hospital. FiNDLEY, Palmer, B.S., M.D., 3602 Lincoln Boulevard, Omaha, Nebraska. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Professor of Gynecology, State University of Nebraska; Gynecol- ogist, Clarkson and Douglas County Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 109 Finney, John Miller Turpin, A.B., M.D., 1300 Eutaw Place, Balti- more, Maryland. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Head of the Surgi- cal Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital Dispensary; Surgeon to the Union Protestant Infirmary, the Hospital for the Women of Maryland, and the Church Home and Infirmary. Fisher, William A., Jr., A.B., M.D., 715 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, 1900. Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Surgeon, Union Protestant Infirmary, Church Home and Infirmary, Hospital for the Women of Maryland, and Children ' s Hospital School. FiSKE, Edwin H., A.M., A.B., 152 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1901. Consulting Surgeon, Mercy Hospital, Hempstead, Long Island; Visiting Surgeon, Kings County Hospital, Holy Family Hospital, and Coney Island Hospital. FiSKE, George Foster, A.B., A.M., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Yale, Medical Department, 1883. Chicago Policlinic; Henrotin Memorial Hospital. Fitch, Ralph R., M.D., 365 East Avenue, Rochester, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Orthopedic Surgeon, Rochester General Hospital and Rochester Public Health Association. Fleming, Ernest W., M.D., 924 Trust and Savings Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Michigan, 1885. Flint, Austin, Jr., A.M., M.D., 68 West 55th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Professor of Gynecology in the Univer- sity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Visiting Gynecol- ogist and Obstetrician, Bellevue Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Visiting Obstetrician, Manhattan Maternity Hospital and Dispensary. FoLLis, Richard Holden, Ph.B., M.D., 3 East Read Street, Balti- more, Maryland. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1899. Associ- ate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Medical School; Associate Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Chief of Surgical Staif, Johns Hopkins Hospital Dispensary;, Surgeon, Union Protestant Infirmary, the Hospital for Women of Maryland, Church Home and Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Hospital for Insane, Bay View, Maryland, and Emergency Hospital, Easton, Maryland. no American College of Surgeons Forbes, Alexander Mackenzie, M.D., CM., 485 Guy Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1898. Lecturer in Orthopedic Surgery, McGill University; Surgeon-in-Charge, Children ' s Memorial Hospital and Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Montreal General Hospital. Forbes, R. D., M.D., CM., L.R.CP., F.R.CS., 709 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. McGill University, 1903. Surgeon, King County Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Seattle City Hospital. Ford, Charles Bickham, M.D., 908 Boren Avenue, Seattle, Washing- ton. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1895. Visiting Gyne- cologist, City Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital. Fort, Rurus E., M.D., 209 7th Avenue, North, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1894. Surgeon-in- Chief, Fort ' s Private Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist and Abdom- inal Surgeon, Nashville City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Central Hospital for the Insane. Foster, Curtis Smiley, A.B., M.D., 308 Diamond Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1898. Gynecologist to Western Pennsylvania Hospital. Foster, Matthias Lanckton, A.B., M.D., 211 Center Avenue, New Rochelle, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1885. Ophthalmic Surgeon, New Rochelle Hospital. Fowler, Russell Story, M.D., 301 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Uni- versity, 1895. Chief Surgeon, First Division, German Hospital of Brooklyn; Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal (Seney) Hospital. Francis, Lee Masten, Ph.B., M.D., 575 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Rush Medical College, 1901. Associate Professor, Ophthalmology, University of Buffalo; Attending Ophthalmologist, Erie County Hospital and Emergency Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital; Assistant Ophthalmologist, Buffalo General Hospital. Frank, Ira, M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department of University of Illinois, 1899. Michael Reese and Sarah Morris Memorial Hospital for Children. Frank, Jacob, A.M., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Medical Department, University of Buffalo, 1882. Surgeon, Ger- man Hospital and Columbus Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows iii Frank, Louis, M.D., 400 The Atherton, 4th and Chestnut Streets. Louisville, Kentucky. Hospital College of Medicine, 1888, Professor Abdominal Surgery and Gynecology, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Louisville City Hospital and Norton Memorial Infirmary. Frankenthal, Lester E., M.D., 4825 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Medical Department, Northwestern University, 1885; Clinical Professor Gynecology, Medical Department of North- western University; Gynecologist, Micha Reese and St. Luke ' s Hospitals; Obstetrician, Michael Reese Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Provident Hospital. Frazier, Charles Harrison, A.B., M.D., 1724 Spruce Street, Phil- adelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania Medical School, 1892. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Medical School, University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon, University of Pennsylvania Hospital and Protestant Episcopal Hospital of Philadelphia. Freeman, John W., M.D., 214 West Main Street, Lead, South Dakota. University of New York City, 1879. Chief Surgeon, Hospital Department, Homestake Mining Company. Freeman, Leonard, B.S., A.M., M.D., 424 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. Medical College of Ohio, 1886. Professor of Surgery, Medical Department of University of Colorado; Surgeon, Denver City and County Hospital, St. Joseph ' s, National Jewish, and Children ' s Hospitals. Freiberg, Albert Henry, M.D., 19 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Medical College of Ohio, 1890. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati (Ohio-Miami Medical College) ; Orthopedic Surgeon, Cincinnati and Jewish Hospitals. French, Thomas R., M.D., 150 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 187 1. Clinical Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology, Long Island College Hospital Medical School; Laryngologist, Long Island Hospital. Frick, William J., M.D., 924 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City Medical College, 1888. Surgeon, German, St. Joseph ' s, and Kansas City General Hospitals. Friedenwald, Harry, A.B., M.D., 1029 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Maryland, 1886. Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, Col- lege of Physicians and Surgeons; Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat, 112 American College of Surgeons Charity, Hebrew, Mercy, and St. Agnes Hospitals, Union Protestant Infirmary, and Hospital for the Women of Mary- land. Friend, Emanuel, M.D., 5 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1890. Instructor in Surgery, Rush Med- ical College; Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital; Assist- ant Attending Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. Fry, Henry Davidson, D.Sc, M.D., 1929 Nineteenth Street, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Medical Department, University of Maryland, 1876. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Professor of Gynecology; Obstetrician-in-Chief, Georgetown University Hos- pital; Consultant and President of the Medical StafiE of the Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Fuller, Eugene, A.B., M.D., 252 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York, Harvard Medical School, 1884. Professor, Genito- urinary Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, City Hospital and Post-Gradu- ate Hospital. Fuller, William, M.D., 104 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1887. Professor Operative Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Illinois; Attending Surgeon, Engle- wood Hospital; Member Associate Staff of St. Luke ' s Hospital. FuRNiss, Henry Dawson, M.D., 375 West End Avenue, New York, New York. University of Virginia, 1899. Adjunct Professor of Gynecology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Assistant Attending Gynecologist, New York Post- Graduate Hospital and New York Red Cross Hospital. FuRNiss, John Neilson, M.D., CM., 106 Lauderdale Street, Selma, Alabama. University of Virginia, 1900; New York University and Bellevue Hospital, 1901; Attending Surgeon, Union Street Hospital. Gage, Homer, A.B., A.M., M.D., 72 Pearl Street, Worcester, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1887. Surgeon, Worcester City and Memorial Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Gale, Joseph Addington, M.D., 138 Salem Avenue, West, Roanoke, Virginia. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1866. Gallaher, Thomas J., A.M., M.D., 605 California Building, Den- ver, Colorado. University of Pennsylvania, 1889. Laryngologist and Rhinologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. . Alphabetical List of Fellows 113 Gallie, W. Edward, M.D., 143 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1903. Demonstrator of Sur- gery, University of Toronto; Associate Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children. Galloway, Herbert P. H., M.D., CM., 661 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Victoria University, 1887. Lecturer in Orthopedic Surgery, Manitoba Medical College; Orthopedic Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Gamble, Hugh Agnew, B.Sc, M.D., 505 Washington Avenue, Greenville, Mississippi. Medical Department, Tulane University, 1904. Visiting Surgeon, King ' s Daughters Hospital. Gardner, James A., 500-504 Electric Building, Buffalo, New York. Medical Department, Columbia University, 1895. Attending G enito-Urinary Surgeon to German Hospital and Columbus Hospital; Consulting Urologist to Ernest Wende Hospital, J. N. Adam Hospital, and St. Francis Home. Garrow, Alexander Esselmont, M.D., CM., 289 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1889. Assist- ant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, McGill University; Assistant Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital. Gaub, Otto C, M.D., Keenan Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1894. Surgeon, Allegheny General Hospital and Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania. Gehrung, Eugene Charles, M.D., Ad. Eundem., 3857 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Missouri. College of Physicians and Surgeons, St. Louis, Missouri, 1870. Geiger, Jacob, M.D., LL.D., 614 Francis Geiger Block, St. Joseph, Missouri. University of Louisville, 1872. Dean and Professor of Surgery, Ensworth Medical College; Emeritus Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University; Surgeon to Ensworth Hospital. Geist, Emil S., M.D., 614 Syndicate Building, Minneapolis, Minne- sota. University of Minnesota, 1900. Instructor, Orthopedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Medical Department; St. Mary ' s Hospital, Abbott Hospital, Asbury Hospital, Northwest- ern Hospital. Gellhorn, George, M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. University of Wuerzburg, Germany, 1895. Associate in Gyne- cology, Washington University; Gynecologist to St. Luke ' s Hospital and Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist to St. Louis City Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist 114 American College of Surgeons to Washington University Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician to St. Louis Maternity Hospital. Gerster, Arpad G., M.D., S.D., 34 East 75th Street, New York, New York. University of Vienna, 1872. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, Columbia University; Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Gessner, Hermann Bertram, A.B., A.M., M.D., 1528 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University, 1895. Professor of Operative and Clinical Surgery, and Oral Surgery, Tulane University; Chief Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital; Junior Surgeon, Touro Infirmary. Gibson, Charles Langdon, A.B., M.D., 72 East 54th Street, New York, New York. Harvard, 1889. Adjunct Professor of Sur- gery, Cornell University Medical College; Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. Gibson, Robert James, CM., M.D., 159 Brock Street, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. McGill University Medical College, 1 89 1. Senior Surgeon, Sault Ste. Marie General Hospital. GiFFORD, Harold, B.Sc, M.D., A.M., 567 Brandeis Building, Omaha, Nebraska. University of Michigan, 1882. Professor of Oph- thalmology and Otology, Medical Department, University of Nebraska. Gillette, Arthur J., M.D., Seven Corners, St. Paul, Minnesota. St. Paul Medical College, 1886; University of Minnesota, 1903. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Minnesota; Sur- geon-in- Chief, Minnesota State Hospital for Indigent, Crippled and Deformed Children; Orthopedic Surgeon to St. Joseph ' s, St. Luke ' s, Luther, Bethesda and City and County Hospitals. Gillman, Robert W., M.D., 107 West Fort Street, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1887. CHnical Professor Ophthal- mology and Otology, Detroit College of Medicine; St. Mary ' s, Providence, and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Gilmer, Thomas L., M.D., D.Sc, 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, lUinois. Quincy College of Medicine, 1885. Oral Surgeon, Dental Department, Northwestern University; Oral Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Glasgow, Frank A., A.B., M.D., 3894 Washington Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis Medical College, 1878. Senior Gynecologist, St. Louis MuUanphy Hospital; Consulting Gynecol- ogist to St. Vincent ' s Institution for the Insane. Alphabetical List of Fellows 115 GoFFE, J. Riddle, Ph.B., Ph.M., M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical School, 1881. New York Polyclinic Medical School; Attending Surgeon, New York Polyclinic Hospital and Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Staff, New York City Hospital; St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Yonkers, New York; City Hospital, Mt. Vernon, New York; Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, New York. GoGGANS, James Adrian, M.D., Alexander City, Alabama. Univer- sity of the City of New York, 1877. Physician in Charge, Goggans ' Infirmary. Golden, John Ferdinand, M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Assistant in Clinical Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Golden, William Wolfe, M.D., Elkins, West Virginia. New York University, Medical Department, 1892. Chief Surgeon, Davis Memorial Hospital. Goldsmith, William Stokes, M.D., 29 Luckie Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta Medical College, 1892. Professor of Surgery, Atlanta Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, Grady Hospital. GoLDSPOHN, Albert, B.S., M.S., M.D., 2120 Cleveland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1878. Professor of Gynecology, Post-Graduate Medical School; Surgeon-in- Chief, Evangelical Deaconess Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, Post- Graduate Hospital. Goldstine, Mark T., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1900. Clinical Assistant Gyne- cologist, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Gynecologist, Wesley Hospital. Goldthwait, Joel Ernest, B.S., M.D., 372 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1890. Lec- turer in Orthopedics in the Graduate School of Medicine, Harvard University. GooDENOW, Norman Halkier, M.D., 403-409 Commerce Building, Everett, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1892. Providence Hospital. Goodrich, Charles Howard, M.D., 280 Park Place, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1894. Attending Surgeon at Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Attending Physician and Surgeon, Brooklyn Orphan Asylum; Consulting ii6 American College of Surgeons Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, Vermont; Medical Reserve, United States Army. Gordon, George Sinclair, M.D., CM., 503 Birks Building, 718 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. McGill University, 1897. Vancouver General Hospital. Gordon, Onslow Allen, M.D., 71 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, New York. Dartmouth Medical College, 1884. Visiting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Grad, Hermann, M.D., 159 West 120th Street, New York, New York. New York University Medical College, 1894. Assistant Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Graham, David Wilson, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1872. Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. Grant, Henry Horace, A.M., M.D., 328 Atherton Building, Louis- ville, Kentucky. Jefferson Medical College, 1878. Professor of Surgery, University of Louisville; Professor of Oral Surgery, Louisville College of Dentistry; Surgeon to Louisville City Hospital and Deaconess Hospital. Grant, William W., M.D., Mack Building, Denver, Colorado. Long Island and Bellevue College, 1868. Surgical Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Graves, W. P., A.B., M.D., 244 Marlboro Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Professor of Gyne- cology, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon-in- Chief, Free Hospital for Women; Consulting Physician, Boston Lying-in Hospital. Gray, George Morris, M.D., 510 Portsmouth Building, Kansas City, Kansas. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1880. Pro- fessor of Clinical Surgery, Medical Department of the University of Kansas; Chief Surgeon to St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Green, George W., M.D., 1917 Wilson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Michigan, 1892. Chief Surgeon, Ravens wood Hospital. Greene, Robert Holmes, A.B., A.M., M.D., 78 East 56th Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1886. Pro- fessor Genito-Urinary Surgery, Medical Department, Fordham University; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, City Hospital and Misericordia Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, French Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 117 Greensfelder, Louis A., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1887. Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital. Griess, Walter Richard, M.D., 21 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1897. Clinical Instructor of Gynecology, Miami Medical College, University of Cincinnati; Member of Staff of St. Mary ' s Hospital, Female Surgical Department. Griffith, Jefferson D., M.D., 1225 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of New York, 1871. Kansas City Dental College; Post-Graduate Hospital; St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Kansas City. GuERRY, Le Grand, M.D., 1300 Blanding Street, Columbia, South Carolina. University of Georgia, 1895. Surgeon, Columbia Hospital and Augusta, Georgia, Hospital. GuiTERAS, Ramon, M.D., 80 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1883. Professor Genito-Urinary Sur- gery, Post-Graduate School; Consulting Surgeon, Port Chester Hospital. Gunn, John A., A.B., M.D., 288 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba University, 1904. Demonstrator in Anatomy. Guthrie, George W., M.E., M.D., 109 South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1873. Surgeon, Wilkes-Barre City Hospital; President of the Medical Staff, City Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, and Member of the Board of Directors; Consulting Surgeon, Pittston Hospital, Pittston, Pennsylvania; Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pennsylvania; and Palmerton Hospital, Palmerton, Pennsylvania. Gwathmey, Lomax, M.D., 220 Freemason Street, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1889. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia, 1890. Co-proprietor, St. Christopher Private Hos- pital; Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Norfolk Protestant Hos- pital. Haggard, W. D., M.D., 148 Eighth Avenue, North, Nashville, Ten- nessee, University of Tennessee, 1893. Professor of Surgery and CHnical Surgery, Vanderbilt University; Surgeon, St. Thomas Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Vanderbilt Hospital and Nashville City Hospital. Hagner, Francis Randall, M.D., The Farragut Apartment, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University, 1894. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, George Wash- ' ii8 American College of Surgeons ington University; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, George Washington University Hospital and Garfield Memorial Hospital. Hall, Joseph Arda, M.D., 628 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1897. Ohio-Miami Medical College; Junior Staff, Gynecology, Cincinnati Hospital. Hall, Rufus Bartlett, A.M., M.D., The Berkshire, 628 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1872. Ohio-Miami Medical Department, Cincinnati University; Cincinnati Hospital. Haller, J. T., B.Sc, M.D., 205 Security Building, Davenport, Iowa. Johns Hopkins University, 1905. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Halpenny, Jasper, A.M., M.D., CM., 702 Sterling Bank Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba University, 1900. Associate Professor of Surgery, Manitoba Medical College; Surgeon to Winnipeg General Hospital. Halstead, Albert E., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1890. Professor Clini- cal Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Halsted, Thomas H., M.D., 831 University Block, Syracuse, New York. Toronto University, 1887. Professor of Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology, Syracuse University, Medical Depart- ment; Laryngologist and Otologist to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infirmary, Women ' s and Children ' s Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Hos- pital and Syracuse Free Dispensary. Hamann, Carl A., M.D., 416 Osborn Building, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania, 1890. Professor of Applied Anatomy and Clinical Surgery, Medical School, Western Reserve University; Visiting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' sjCharity Hospital and City Hospital. Hamilton, Charles Sumner, A.B., M.D., 150 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio. Columbus Medical College, 1887. Professor of Clinical Surgery in Starling-Ohio Medical College; Surgeon, Mt. Carmel Hospital and Children ' s Hospital. Hamilton, L. H., M.D., Medical Building, Portland, Oregon. Jeffer- son Medical College, 1901. Instructor in Clinical Surgery, University of Oregon, Medical Department; Good Samaritan Hospital and Multnomah Hospital. Hamlin, Oliver D., M.S., Union Savings Bank Building, Oakland, California. Cooper Medical College, 1894. Professor of Clinical and Operative Surgery, Oakland College of Medicine and Surgery; Chief Surgeon, County Emergency Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Merritt Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Providence Hospital. i Alphabetical List of Fellows 119 Hancock, John C, A.B., M.D., 209-210 Bank and Insurance Build- ing, Dubuque, Iowa. Medical School of Harvard University, 1898. Physician and Surgeon to Finley Hospital and St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. Hanes, Granville S., M.D., Masonic Temple, Louisville, Kentucky. Hospital College of Medicine, 1900. Professor of Diseases of the Rectum, Medical Department of the University of Louisville; Louisville City Hospital and Norton Memorial Infirmary. Hardie, Thomas Melville, A.B., M.B., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Toronto, 1888. Laryngologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Hare, Charles Henry, Ph.B., A.M., M.D., 483 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1889. In- structor in Gynecology, Harvard Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon, Massachusetts Women ' s Hospital; Gynecologist, Boston Dispensary. Harkness, Gordon F., B.S., M.S., M.D., Whitaker Building, Davenport, Iowa. University of Iowa, 1902. Oculist and Aurist Staff, Mercy and St. Luke ' s Hospitals; Oculist and Aurist, Iowa Orphans ' Home. Harrar, James Aitken, M.D., 29 East 77th Street, New York, New York. University of Pennsylvania, 1901. Attending Surgeon at New York Lying-in Hospital. Harrii gton, Francis Bishop, A.B., M.D., 201 Beacon Street, Bos- ton, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1881. Lecturer on Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Chief of Service (East Service), Massachusetts General Hospital. Harris, Malcolm LaSalle, M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1882. Professor of Surgery, Chicago Policlinic; Chief Surgeon, Alexian Brothers ' Hospital; Surgeon, Henrotin Hospital, Passavant Hospital and Chicago Policlinic Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Harrison, Archibald Cunningham, M.D., 31 East North Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1887. Professor of Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Mercy Hospital, St. Joseph ' s German Hospital; Staff Surgeon, Hospital for Women and Church Home and Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. I20 American College of Surgeons Harrison, George Tucker, A.M., M.D., 315 Second Street, North West, Charlottesville, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1856. Consulting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital, New York. Harsha, William McIntire, A.B., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1883. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Illinois; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Harte, Richard H., M.D., 1503 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania, 1878. Senior Surgeon, Pennsylvania Hospital; Surgeon, Orthopedic Hospital; Consultant, St. Mary ' s, St. Timothy ' s and Bryn Mawr Hospitals. Hartwell, John A., Ph.B., M.D., 27 East 63rd Street, New York, New York. Yale Medical School, 1892. Assistant Professor of Physiology and Clinical Professor of Surgery, Cornell Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital; Assistant Sur- geon, Presbyterian Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Lincoln and Lawrence Hospitals. Haskin, William Henry, M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York, New York. University of California, 1889. Assistant Surgeon at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Hayd, Herman E., M.D., CM., M.C.P. S., M.R.C.S., 493 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. McGill University, 1881. Surgeon to German and German Deaconess Hospitals. Hayden, a. M., 427 South First Street, Evansville, Indiana. Star- l ing-Ohio Medical College, 1875. Surgeon to Crescent Sanita- rium. Hayden, John Gardner, B.S., M.D., Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Rush Medical College, 1904. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Kansas; Attending Surgeon, Kansas City General Hospital. Hays, George L., M.D., 816 Empire Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania, 1895. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh; Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Hays, Harold M., A.M., M.D., 11 West 8ist Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1905. Assistant Otologist, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Attending Otologist, Philantropin Hospital. Heaney, Noble Sproat, A.B., M.D., 122 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, lUinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush Medical College; Assistant At- tending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 121 Heckel, Edward B., A.B., A.M., M.D., 719 Jenkins Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. Ophthalmologist, Allegheny General Hospital. Hegg e, Norman M., M.D., Buckman Building, Jacksonville, Florida. University of Maryland, 1902. Oculist and Aurist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Helton, Alfred Joseph, A.B., M.D., 310 Masonic Temple, North Yakima, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1902. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Henderson, William Thomas, M.D., 259 St. Francis Street, Mobile, Alabama. Detroit College of Medicine, 1896. Medical Depart- ment, University of Alabama. Hendon, George A., M.D., Atherton Building, Fourth and Chestnut Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville Medical College, 1894. Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Louisville; Louisville City Hospital and St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Hendry, William Belfry, A.B., M.B., 181 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1904. Demonstrator in Anatomy and Gynecology, University of Toronto; Junior Assistant Gynecologist, Toronto General Hospital. Hertzler, Arthur E., B.Sc, A.M., Ph.D., M.D., 1004 R ialto Build- ing, Kansas City, Missouri. Northwestern University, 1894. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Kansas; Swedish Hos- pital and Halstead Hospital. Hessert, William, M.D., 547 FuUerton Parkway, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1892. Professor of Surgery, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Surgeon, Alexian Brothers ' Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Policlinic Hospital, Henrotin Memorial Hospital, and Uhlich Orphan Asylum. Hewitt, Herbert W., M.D., 502 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michi- gan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1903. Senior Associate in Surgery, Detroit General Hospital. Hiebert, Gerhard, M.D., CM., 401 Boyd Block, Winnipeg, Mani- toba, Canada. McGill University, 1900. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Manitoba Medical College; Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Hill, Howard, M.D., loio Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City Medical College, 1895. Visiting Surgeon, Kansas City General Hospital. 122 American College of Surgeons Hill, L. L., M.D., LL.D., 422 South Perry St reet, Montgomery, Alabama. University of New York, 1881. Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1882. Surgeon, Laura Hill Hospital. Hill, Robert Sommerville, M.D., 21 South Perry Street, Mont- gomery, Alabama. University of New York, 1891. Visiting Surgeon, Laura Hill Hospital. Hill, Roland, M.D., CM., M.C.P.S., 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Trinity Medical College, 1890. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s and Bethesda Hospitals. HiNES, Harry Hayes, 34 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1899. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Cincinnati; Junior Surgeon, Cincinnati Hospital; Surgeon, German Deaconess Hospital and Episcopal Hospital for Children; Consulting Surgeon, Ohio Hos- pital for Epileptics, Gallipolis, Ohio. HiNGSTON, Donald Alexander, A.B., M.D., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., 460 SherbrookeStreet, West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Laval University, Montreal, 1901. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Laval University; Surgeon, Hotel Dieu Hospital. HiRSCHMAN, Louis J., M.D., 604 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michi- gan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1899. Professor and head of Department of Proctology, Detroit College of Medicine and Sur- gery; Proctologist, Harper and Providence Hospitals and Hannah Schloss Memorial Clinic. Hirst, Barton Cooke, A.B., M.D., 182 1 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1883. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, University Hospital, Howard Hospital, Orthopedic Hospital; Consultant to Lying-in Hospital, Preston Retreat and Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island. HiTZ, Henry Barnard, M.D., 1116 Sycamore Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Columbian University (George Washington), 1891. Laryngologist and Otologist, Children ' s, Milwaukee, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals. Hoag, Junius C, Ph.M., M.D., 4669 Lake Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1882. Obstetrician, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Provident Hospital. Hoffman, C. S., M.D., 60 Davis Street, Keyser, West Virginia. Jef- ferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1877. Surgeon, Hoffman Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 123 HoLDEN, Gerry R., A.B., M.D., 215 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Johns Hopkins University, 1901. Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Gynecologist, Florida State Hospital for Insane, Chattahoochee. HoLDEN, William B., B.S., M.D., 572 Spring Street, Portland, Oregon. Rush Medical College, 1897. Medical Director, Portland Sani- tarium. Holmes, Rudolph Wieser, M.D., 33 East Elm Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1893. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush Medical College; Attending Obstetrician, Augustana and Passavant Memorial Hospitals; Consulting Obstetrician, Evanston Hospital. Holt, Erastus Eugene, A.M., LL.D., 723 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. Medical School of Maine, Bowdoin College, 1874. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1875. Founder, Executive and Senior Attending Surgeon to the Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary. HoRSLEY, John Shelton, M.D., 617 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical Department, University of Virginia, 1892. Surgeon-in- Chief at St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Horton, George Monroe, M.D., 1106-1109 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washingto n. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. Chief Surgical Staff, City Hospital, three months each year. Hotchkiss, Lucius W., A.B., 59 West 48th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1884. Professor Clinical Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Roosevelt Hospital and Knickerbocker Hospital, New York, and to St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Yonkers, and Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut. Howard, Henry W., M.D., 800 Auditorium Building, Los Angeles, California. Rush Medical College, 1890. Howard, William Forest, B.S., A.B., M.D., 9-13 Dietrich Block, Pocatello, Idaho. University Medical College, Kansas City, 1899. Surgeon, Pocatello General Hospital. Howe, Walter Clarke, A.B., A.M., M.D., 303 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1898. As- sistant in Surgery, Medical School of Harvard University; Secre- tary of the Graduate School of Medicine of Harvard University; Assistant Surgeon, Boston City Hospital. 124 American College of Surgeons Hubbard, Joshua C, A.B., M.D., 86 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard, 1896. Associate in Surgery, Harvard; Assistant Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick, Massachusetts. HuGGiNS, Raleigh R., M.D., 1018 Westinghouse Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. Miami Medical College, 1891. Associate Professor of Gynecology, University of Pittsburgh; Gynecologist to St. Francis ' Hospital. HuMPSTONE, O. Paul, M.D., 327 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Obstetric Surgeon to the Jewish, Methodist Episcopal, and Kingston Avenue Hospitals; Obstetric Surgeon- in-Chief to the Samaritan Hospital; Consulting Obstetric Surgeon to the Rockaway Beach Hospital. Hundley, John Mason, M.D., 1009 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1882. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, University of Maryland; Visiting Surgeon, University of Maryland Hospital, Hebrew Hospital, Hospital for the Women of Maryland, and Maryland General Hospital. Hunner, Guy Le Roy, B.S., M.D., D.Sc, 2305 St. Paul Street, Balti- more, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, 1897. Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University Medical School; Visiting Gynecologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Hebrew Hospital, Church Home and Infirmary, Union Protestant Infirmary and Hospital for the Women of Maryland; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Agnes ' and Frederick City Hospitals. Huntington, Thomas Waterman, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 350 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Harvard Medical School, 1876. Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Cali- fornia; Southern Pacific Hospital, Sacramento, California; City and County Hospital and University of California Hospital. Hupp, Frank LeMoyne, A.B., A.M., M.D., 61 Fourteenth Street, Wheeling, West Virginia. Medical Department, Columbia Uni- versity, New York, 1889. Attending Surgeon, Ohio Valley General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Reynolds Memorial and Sheltering Arms Hospitals. HuRD, Lee M., M.D., 15 East 48th Street, New York, New York, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1895. Surgeon, New York Throat, Nose and Lung Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 125 Hutchinson, Robert James, M.D., 100 Island Street, East Grand Rapids, Michigan. Detroit Medical College, 1896. Visiting Surgeon on General Surgical Staff and Visiting Surgeon on Abdom- inal and Gynecological Section, Butterworth Hospital. Hutchinson, Wm., M.D., CM., Mappin Building, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill Universitv, 1904. Lecturer in Genito- urinary Diseases, McGill University; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital. Hutchison, James Alexander, M.D., CM., L.R.CP. S., 354 Mackay Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill Uni- versity, 1884. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, McGill University; Attending Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Ill, Charles Ludwig, M.D., 188 Clinton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. Bellevue Hospital Medical School, 1888. St. Michael ' s Hospital and St. Barnabas Hospital. Ill, Edward J., M.D., 1002 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia, 1875. Gynecologist, St. Michael ' s Hospital and St. Barnabas Hospital. Ingals, E. Fletcher, A.M., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1871. Professor of Diseases of the Chest, Laryngology and Otology, Rush Medical College; Professorial Lecturer in Medicine, University of Chicago; Laryngologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Consulting Laryngologist, St. Anthony de Padua Hospital. Ingersoll, John M., A.M., M.D., 1021 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Medical Department, Western Reserve University, 1893. Professor of Oto-Laryngology in the Medical Department of Western Reserve University; Laryngologist to Lakeside Hospital and Cleveland City Hospital. Irvin, James S., M.D., 563 Main Street, Danville, Virginia. Univer- sity of Virginia, 1893. Surgeon, Danville General Hospital. Jackson, Chevalier, M.D., 1018 Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1886. Professor of Laryngology, University of Pittsburgh. Consulting Laryngos- copist, Bronchoscopist, CEsophagoscopist and Gastroscopist, Western Pennsylvania Hospital; Laryngologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Laryngoscopist, Eye and Ear Hospital; Consulting Laryngologist, Western Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane; Consulting Laryngoscopist, Bronchoscopist, CEsophagoscopist and Gastroscopist, Montefiore, St. Francis and Passavant Hospitals. 126 American College of Surgeons Jackson, Edward, C.E., A.M., M.D., 318 Majestic Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Pennsylvania, 1878. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Colorado, School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist, Hospital of the City and County of Denver. Jackson, Jabez North, A.B., A.M., M.D., 425-6-7 Argyle Build- ing, Kansas City, Missouri. University Medical College of Kan- sas City, Missouri, 1891. Jackson, John D., B.S., M.D., Main Street, Danville, Kentucky. College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, California, 1902. Jackson, Wm. R., M.D., 164 St. Michael Street, Mobile, Alabama. Medical College of Alabama, 1888. Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Alabama; Consulting Surgeon, City Hospital and Southern Infirmary. Jacobson, Julius H., M.D., 237 Michigan Street, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Medical College, 1897. Professor Gynecology and Clin- ical Surgery in Toledo Medical College; Gynecologist to St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital; Surgeon to Lucas County Hospital. James, Charles Stephen, M.D., Hotel Continental Annex, Center- ville, Iowa. University Medical College, Kansas City, 1891. St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. James, John Henry, M.D., National Citizens Bank Building, Mankato, Minnesota. Medical Department, New York City University, 1875. Jarman, George Wallace, A.M., M.D., 54 West 76th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1888. Attending Gynecologist, General Memorial Hospital. Jayne, Walter A., M.D., 416 McPhee Building, Denver, Colorado. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1875. Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, University of Colorado, Medical Department; Gynecologist, County, St. Luke ' s and Mercy Hospitals. Jennings, John Edward, M.D., 282 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Uni- versity, 1899. Instructor in Surgery, Long Island College Hos- pital; Surgeon, Brooklyn Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Long Island College Hospital. Jobes, Norman E., M.D., 305 Traction Terminal Building, Indian- apolis, Indiana. Indiana Medical College, 1897. Associate Pro- Alphabetical List of Fellows 127 fessor Surgery, School of Medicine, Indiana University; Attend- ing Surgeon, Indianapolis City Hospital and Robert W. Long Hospital. Johnson, FrederickWilliam, A.B., A.M.,M.D., 167 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1881. Gynecologist-in-Chief, Carney Hospital. Johnson, Joseph Taber, M.D., A.M., Ph.D., 926 17th Street, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Medical Department, University of Georgetown, 1865. Johnson, Peer P., A.B., M.D., 15 Washington Street, Beverly, Massa- chusetts. University of Vermont, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, Beverly Hospital; Visiting Physician, North Shore Babies ' Hos- pital, Salem, Massachusetts. Johnson, Walter Buckley, M.D., 170 Broadway, Paterson, New Jersey. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1878. Executive Surgeon, Paterson Eye and Ear Infirmary; Visiting Surgeon, Ear Department, Paterson General Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, New York. Johnston, George Ben, M.D., LL.D., 405 East Grace Street, Rich- mond, Virginia. Medical Department, University of City of New York, 1876. Professor of Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Johnston- Willis Sanatorium; Abingdon Hospital, Abingdon, Vir- ginia; Memorial and City Home Hospitals, Richmond, Virginia. Johnston, Wilson, M.D., 404 Paulsen, Building, Spokane, Washing- ton. Kentucky School of Medicine, 1892. Jonas, August Frederic, M.D., 454 Brandeis Building, Omaha, Ne- braska. Bennett Medical College, 1877. Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, 1884. Professor Surgery, Medical Depart- ment, University of Nebraska; Surgeon, Nebraska Methodist Hospital and Wise Memorial Hospital. Jonas, Ernst, M.D., 453 North Taylor Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Berlin University, 1895. Visiting Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital; Gynecologist, Jewish Hospital of St. Louis. Jones, Arthur Thoms, M.D., 214 Benefit Street, Providence, Rhode Island. University of New York, 1896. Visiting Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and State Hospital for Insane, Howard, Rhode Island; Consulting Surgeon, Woonsocket Hospital, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. 128 American College of Surgeons Jones, Daniel Fiske, A.B., M.D., 195 Beacon Street, Boston, Mas- sachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Associate in Sur- gery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Mas- sachusetts General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, New England Hospital for Women and Children; Union Hospital, Fall River; Brockton Hospital, Brockton, Addison Gilbert Hospital, Gloucester, and Sturdy Hospital, Attleboro, Massachusetts. Jones, Edward Groves, A.B., M.D., 205 Fourth National Bank Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Professor of Surgery, Atlanta Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, Grady (Municipal) Hospital and Georgia Baptist Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist, Wesley Memorial Hospital. Jones, Everett 0., A.B., M.D., 508 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washing- ton. University of Pennsylvania, 1893. Surgeon, Swedish Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. Jones, William Warner, A.B., M.B., F.R.C.S., 41 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1896. Asso- ciate in Clinical Surgery and Demonstrator in Anatomy, University of Toronto; Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital; Sur- geon to Out-Patients, Genito-Urinary Department, Toronto General Hospital. JopsoN, John Howard, M.D., 1824 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1893. Professor of Surgery, Philadelphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine; Associate in Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital, Children ' s Hospital, BrynMawr and Polyclinic Hospitals. Jordan, William M., M.D., 509 Woodward Building, Birmingham, Alabama. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1895. Visiting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. JuDD, Edward Starr, M.D., 705 West Zumbro Street, Rochester, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, 1902. Surgeon, Mayo Clinic (St. Mary ' s Hospital). JuDSON, Adoniram Brown, A.m., M.D., 53 Washington Square, South, New York, New York. Jefferson Medical College, 1864; College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1868. Kahlke, Charles E., B.S., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, 1894. Pro- fessor of Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College; Attending Sur- geon, Hahnemann Hospital, Streeter Hospital and Chicago Home for the Friendless. Alphabetical List of Fellows 129 Kahn, Maurice, M.D., 815 Harrison Avenue, Leadville, Colorado. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Kammerer, Frederic, M.D., 51 East 66th Street, New York, New York. University of Freiburg, 1880. Professor of Clinical Sur- gery, Columbia College; Visiting Surgeon, German Hospital. Kanavel, Allen B., A.B., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1899. As- sistant Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Wesley and Cook County Hospitals. Keefe, John William, M.D., LL.D., 259 Benefit Street, Providence, Rhode Island. University City of New York, 1884. Atte nding Surgeon, Rhode Island Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s, City, and Lying-in Hospitals, Providence; Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket; and Woonsocket Hospital. Keenan, Campbell B., M.D., CM., 376 Mountain Street, Mon- treal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1897. Lecturer in Surgery, McGill University; Assistant Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Samaritan Hospital. Kelly, Howard A., M.D., LL.D., 1418 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Pennsylvania, 1882. Johns Hopkins Medical School; Johns Hopkins Hospital and Private Hospital. Kennedy, James Charles, A.B., A.M., LL.D., 762 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- lege, 1882. Visiting Surgeon, St. Catharine ' s and St. Mary ' s liospitals; Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Female Orphan Asylum; Consulting Surgeon, Eastern District Hospital. Kennedy, James W.,M.D., 241 North i8th Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1899. In charge of Joseph Price Hospital; Gynecologist to Norristown and Coatesville Hospitals; Gynecologist and Obstetrician to Philadelphia Dis- pensary. Kennon, Beverly Randolph, M.D., 201 Taylor Building, Granby Street, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1893. Norfolk Protestant Hospital. Keyes, a. Belcham, M.D., 1005 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1890; Assistant Pro- fessor of Gynecology, Rush Medical College; Professor of Gyne- cology, Chicago Policlinic; Gynecologist, Presbyterian, Policlinic, Henrotin Memorial and Chicago Maternity Hospitals; Surgeon, Cook County Hospital and Reserve Corps, United States Army. 130 American College of Surgeons Keyes, Edward L., Jr., A.B., Ph.D., M.D., 109 East 34th Street, New York, New York. College Physicians and Surgeons, Colum- bia University, 1895. Professor of Urology, Cornell University; Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital. KiDNER, Frederic C, A.B., M.D., 32 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Grace Hospital, Children ' s Free Hospital and Detroit General Hospital. KiEHLE, Frederick Andrews, A.B., M.D., Corbett Building, Port- land, Oregon. University of Minnesota, 1901. Instructor, University of Oregon Medical School. KiLiANi, Otto G. T., M.D., 44 West 77th Street, New York, New York. Halle, 1889. Professor of Clinical Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Surgeon, German Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, General Hospital, Rye, New York. Kimball, Hannibal H., M.D., 602 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bowdoin Medical College, 1866. Abbott Private Hospital. King, Edmund Eleazar, CM., M.D.,L.R.C.P.,M.C.P. S., 61 Queen Street, East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Victoria College, 1885. Surgeon, St. Michael ' s Hospital and Hospital for Incurables. King, James Horace, M.D., CM., Armstrong Avenue, Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada. McGill University, 1895. KiRCHNER, Walter C G., A.B., M.D., 508 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Medical Department, Washington Univer- sity, 1 90 1. Visiting Stafif, St. Louis City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. KiRKPATRiCK, Samuel, M.D., Parish Building, Alabama Avenue, Selma, Alabama. Vanderbilt University, 1888. Vaughan Memo- rial Hospital and Burwell Infirmary. KoHLMANN, Wm., M.D., 1 544 State Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Heidelberg, 1889; Wuerzburg, 1890. Senior Gynecologist, Touro Infirmary; Chief of Gynecological and Obstetrical Division, Non- Teaching Staff, Charity Hospital. KoLLOCK, Charles Wilson, M.D., 86 Wentworth Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1 88 1. Professor, Laryngology and Rhinology in the Medical College of the State of South Carolina; Laryngologist and Rhinol- ogist to Roper Hospital; Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, Shirras Dispensary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 131 Kraft, Oscar H., Ph.G., M.D., 108 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Medical Department, University of Buffalo, 1896. Attending Ophthalmologist, Sheridan Park and German Hos- pitals. Kreider, G. N., A.m., M.D., 522 East Capitol Avenue, Springfield, Illinois. University of the City of New York, 1880. Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. KuNz, Sylvan, M.D., 533 Diversey Parkway, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1891. Surgeon, German and Michael Reese Hospitals and Winfield Tuberculosis Sanatorium. La Ferte, Daniel, M.D., 362 Jefiferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Jefferson Medical College, 1871. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Orthopedic Surgeon, Providence and Children ' s Free Hospitals. Lahey, Frank H., M.D., 638 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Assistant in Surgery, Harvard Graduate School of Medicine; Instructor in Surgery, Tufts Medical School; Third Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Junior Visiting Surgeon, Long Island Hospital. Lamb, Robert Scott, M.D., The Cecil, Washington, District of Columbia. Howard University, 1898. Professor of Ophthal- mology, Medical Department, Howard University; Associate Attending Physician, Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Freedmen ' s Hospital; Consultant to Women ' s Clinic (Ophthalmology). Lambert, Adrian Van Sinderen, A.B., M.D., 168 East 71st Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1896. Associate Professor of Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Associate Attending Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. Lambert, Walter Eyre, A.B., 112 East 35th Street, New York, New York. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Edinburgh, 1884. Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Lancaster, Walter Brackett, A.B,, M.D., loi Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Lecturer on Ophthalmology, Harvard Graduate School of Medicine; Assistant Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Langfitt, William Sterling, A.B., A.M., M.D., 8047 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pitts- burgh, 1894. Surgeon-in-Chief, St. John ' s General Hospital. 132 American College of Surgeons Law, Arthur Ayer, M.D., 420 Syndicate Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, College of Medicine and Surgery, 1894. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota, Medical School; Surgeon to Northwestern Hospital; Surgeon to and Assistant Chief of University Hospital. Lawbaugh, Albert I., M.D., 117 Willow Avenue, Calumet, Michigan. Long Island Hospital College, 1870. Chief of Staff, Tamarack Mine Hospital. Laws, William V., M.D., Hot Springs, Arkansas. Kentucky School of Medicine, 1893. Medico-Chirurgical, 1900. Surgeon, Ozark Sanitarium. Lawson, Huron Willis, M.S., M.D., 11 17 Vermont Avenue, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University, 1903. Associate Professor of Obstetrics, George Washington University; Associate Obstetrician, George Washington Univer- sity Hospital; Gynecologist, Freedmen ' s Hospital; Associate Visit- ing and Dispensary Physician, Columbia Hospital for Women. LeConte, Robert Grier, A.B., M.D., 1530 Locust Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1888. Sur- geon, Pennsylvania Hospital and Bryn Mawr Hospital; Consult- ing Surgeon, Germantown and Gynecean Hospitals. Lehmann, Julius Eduard, M.B., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., 606 Boyd Building, Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Toron- to University, 1893. Chief Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospi- tal. Lehr, Louis C, A.B., M.D., 1737 H Street, North West, Washington, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University, 1902. Pro- fessor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Georgetown University; Genito- urinary Surgeon, Providence Hospital and Georgetown Univer- sity Hospital. Leigh, South gate, M.D., 109 College Place, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1888. Columbia University, New York, 1889. Surgeon, N. W., N. Y. P. N., and A. C. L. Railways; Consulting Surgeon, S. A. L. Railway; Surgeon-in- Charge, Sarah Leigh Hospital. Leland, George Adams, A.B., A.M., M.D., 354 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard, 1878. Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Dartmouth Medical College; Visiting Aural Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Oto-Laryngologist, Mary Hitch- cock Memorial Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 133 Lemon, Charles H., M.D., 259 Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis- consin. Rush Medical College, 1891. Consulting Surgeon, Johnstone Emergency Hospital; Surgeon, Trinity Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Com- pany. Lester, John Crego, A.M., M.D., 432 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1879. Eye Surgeon, St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital and Demilt Dispensary; Chief of Clinic, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Levison, Charles Gabriel, M.D., 350 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical College, 1889. Visiting Surgeon to the Mount Zion Hospital; Chief of the Surgical Service of the San Francisco PolycHnic and Post-Graduate Medical School; Visit- ing Surgeon to the San Francisco Hospital. Lewis, Bransford, B.Sc, M.D., 550 Century Building, St. ' Louis, Missouri. Missouri Medical College, 1884. Professor of Genito- urinary Surgery, Medical Department of St. Louis University; Genito-Urinary Surgeon to St. John ' s Hospital, Rebekah Hospital and Frisco Hospital. Lewis, Dean, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1899. Associate Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. Lewis, Ernest Sidney, B.S., M.D., 829 St. Charles Street, New Or- leans, Louisiana. University of Louisiana, 1862. Emeritus Pro- fessor of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Tulane University; Con- sulting Gynecologist to Charity Hospital. Lewis, F. Park, M.D., 454 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. Pulte Medical College, 1876. Ophthalmic Surgeon, Buffalo Homeopathic Hospital; Oculist, Buffalo State Hospital; Consult- ing Ophthalmologist, J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital. Lewis, James Hoyt, A.B., M.D., 186 Linwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1901. Instructor in Surgical Anatomy, University of Buffalo; Attend- ing Surgeon, Moses Taylor Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Erie County Hospital. Lewis, Robert, M.D., 48 West 40th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1885. Professor of Clinical Otology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medi- cal Department, Columbia University; Aural Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Aurist to St. Francis and Flushing Hospitals. 134 American College of Surgeons LiLiENTHAL, HowARD, A.B., M.D., 48 East 74th Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1887. Attending Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital. LiNDER, William, M.D., 889 St. Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1896. Attending Surgeon to Jewish Hospital; Attending Gynecologist to German Hospital and Consulting Gynecologist to the Rockaway Beach Hospital. LiTTiG, Lawrence W., A.M., M.D., M.R.C.S., 614 Putnam Build- ing, Davenport, Iowa. University of Iowa, 1883; University of Pennsylvania, 1884. Royal College of Surgeons, England, 1887. Attending Surgeon, Mercy and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Little, Herbert Melville, A.B., M.D., CM., 161 Stanley Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 190 1. Assistant Professor Obstetrics and Lecturer on Gynecology, McGill Uni- versity; Staffs Montreal General Hospital, Samaritan Hospital, Montreal Maternity Hospital. Little, J. Warren, M.D., Nicollet Avenue and Ninth Street, Minne- apoHs, Minnesota. Jefferson Medical College, 1883. President of the Hill Crest Surgical Hospital. Litzenberg, Jennings Crawford, B.S., M.D., 910 Donaldson Build- ing, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, 1899. Professor of Obstetrics (including Gynecology) and Chief of the Department, University of Minnesota; Chief of Clinic in Obstetrics and Gynecology, University Hospitals; Obstetrician to North- western Hospital; Chief of Staff, Out-Patient Department, Uni- versity Hospitals. Lloyd, Samuel, B.S., M.D., 12 West 50th Street, New York, New York. Medical Department University of Vermont, 1884. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department, Colum- bia University, 1885. Professor Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Attending Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Hospital and Babies ' Wards; Consulting Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital, Italian Hospital, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Orange, New Jersey; Benedictine Hospital, Kingston, New York; United Hos- pital, Port Chester, New York. LoBiNGiER, Andrew Stewart, A.B., M.D., 608-10, H. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Michigan, 1889. LocKARD, Lorenzo B., M.D., Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colora- do. University of Pennsylvania, 1894. Laryngologist, Children ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 135 LocKHART, Frederick A. L., M.B., CM., M.D., 38 Bishop Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Edinburgh University, 1889. Associate Professor of Gynecology, McGill University; Gynecolo- gist to the Montreal General Hospital; Gynecologist to the Protestant Hospital for the Insane, Verdun, Quebec. LocKWOOD, Charles D., A.B., M.D., 295 Markham Place, Pasadena, California. Northwestern University Medical School, 1896. Attending Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital and Pasa- dena Hospital. Loeb, Hanau W., A.m., M.D., 537 North Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Columbia University, 1888. Dean, St. Louis Univer- sity School of Medicine, and Professor of and Director of the Department of Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases; St. Louis City Hospital, Jewish Hospital, St. John ' s Hospital. Logan, James Elmore, M.D., 1208 Wyandotte Street, Kansas City, Missouri. University Medical College, Kansas City, 1883; Belle- vue Hospital Medical College, 1884. Kansas City General Hos- pital. Logan, William H. G., D.D.S., M.D., 29 East Madison Street, Chicago, lUinois. Chicago College of Dental Surgery, 1896; Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, 1904. Associate Professor Oral Surgery, Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Professor and Head of Department, Oral Pathology, Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Surgical Assistant, Frances Willard Hospital. Long, John Wesley, M.D., 119 Church Street, Greensboro, North Carolina. Vanderbilt University, 1883; University of Nashville, 1884. Emeritus Professor Gynecology and Pediatrics, Medical College of Virginia. Long, LeRoy, M.D., ii2 Choctaw Avenue, McAlester, Oklahoma. Louisville Medical College, 1893. Professor Anatomy and Physiology, All Saints Hospital Training School of Nurses. Longyear, Howard Williams, M.D., 271 Woodward Avenue, De- troit, Michigan. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, 1875. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Detroit College of Medicine; Gynecologist to Providence Hos- pital; Surgeon in Displacements of Kidney and Colon, Harper Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Woman ' s Hospital. Lord, John Prentiss, M.D., 501 Paxton Block, Omaha, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 1882. Professor Orthopedic Surgery, 136 American College of Surgeons University Nebraska Medical College; Bishop Clarkson Memorial, St. Katherin ' s, Child Saving Institute; Chief Surgeon, Nebraska Orthopedic Hospital. LoRiNG, S. C, M.D., Richard Block, Plymouth, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 1886. LoTHROP, Earl Perkins, A.B., M.D., 153 Delaware Avenue, Bufifalo, New York. Medical Department, Niagara University, 1894. Surgeon to the Bufifalo Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the Columbus Hospital. LovETT, Robert Williamson, A.B., M.D., 234 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard University, 1885. Assistant Professor, Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard University; Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Massachusetts Hospital School, Canton; Surgeon, Peabody Home for Crippled Children. Lower, William E., M.D., 1021 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Medical Department, University of Worcester, 1891. Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery of Western Reserve Univer- sity; Associate Surgeon, Lakeside Hospital, in charge of Genito- Urinary Department. LucKETT, William Henry, B.S.A., M.D., 18 West 87th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1894. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Bellevue and Allied Hospitals, Harlem Division. LuHN, Henry B., M.D., Traders Bank Building, Spokane, Washing- ton. University of Pennsylvania, 1891. StafiE of Sacred Heart Hospital. Lund, Fred Bates, A.M., M.D., 529 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1892. Lecturer on Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Quincy Hospital, Quincy; Burbank Hospital, Fitchburg; Josiah B. Thomas Hospital, Peabody; Choate Hospital, Woburn. LusK, William Chittenden, A.B., M.D., 47 East 34th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1893. Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital. LuTZ, Frank J., A.M., M.D., 1630 South Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1876. Pro- fessor of Clinical Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Surgeon to Josephine Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 137 Lynch, Cornelius J., M.D., 202 Mullens Building, North Yakima, Washington. Kentucky School of Medicine, Louisville, Ken- tucky, 1900. Lynch, Frank Worthington, A.B., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Johns Hopkins University, Balti- more, Maryland, 1899. Assistant Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush Medical College, University of Chicago; At- tending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital. Lyons, John A., M.D., 6848 Anthony Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Long Island College Hospital, 1889. Gynecologist, Lakeside Hos- pital. Lyons, Oliver, M.D., 442 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Kentucky, 1898. Lecturer in Genito-Urinary Surgery, Colorado University of Medicine; Genito-Urinary Sur- geon, City and County Hospital. Mabon, John S., M.D., Empire Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1880. Laryngologist, Allegheny General Hospital; Consultant to Columbia Hospital. Macfarlane, James Wm., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. Medical Department, University of Penn- sylvania, 1878. Surgeon, Western Pennsylvania Hospital. MacGowan, Granville, M.D., 602 Lissner Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Pennsylvania, 1879. Professor of Gfenito-Urinary Surgery in the University of California; Visiting Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital and CaHfornia Hospital. Mackay, Albert Edward, M.B., M.D.C.M., 711 Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon. Toronto University, 1887. Professor of Genito- Urinary Diseases, Medical Department, University of Oregon; Surgeon and Secretary of Stafif, Good Samaritan Hospital. Mackenzie, Kenneth A. J., M.D., CM., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 910 Corbett Building, Portland, Oregon. McGill University, 1882. Dean of Medical Department of the University of Oregon; Head of Department of Surgery of the University of Oregon; Professor of Operative and Clinical Surgery; Surgeon to St. Vincent ' s Hos- pital. M.ACKiD, Harry Goodsir, M.B., L.R.C.P. S., M.C.P.S., 220 Sixth Avenue, East, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Toronto University, 1879. Calgary General Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, and in all Canadian Pacific Railway Hospitals, Western Division. 138 American College of Surgeons MacKinnon, John Alexander, M.D., CM., M.B., M.R.C.S., Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington. Trinity University, Toronto, Canada, 1879. MacLaren, Archibald, B.S., 914 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minne- sota. College Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, 1883. Associate Professor Surgery, Minnesota University; Chief of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Associate Attending Surgeon, University Hospital. Maclaren, Murray, A.B., M.D., CM., M.R.C.S., 75 Coburg Street, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. University Edin- burgh, 1884; Royal College of Surgeons, England, 1885. Surgeon, General Public Hospital. Maclean, Neil John, M.D., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.P., 762 Broadway Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba University, 1898. Teacher in Clinical Surgery, Manitoba Medical College; Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital, St. Boniface Hospital, the Children ' s Hospital, and Private Hospital. Macleish, Archibald Lyle, A.M., M.B., CM., M.D., 1 103-6 Brock- man Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Edin- burgh, Scotland, 1881, 1890. Macrae, Donald, Jr., M.D., 809 Fifth Avenue, Council Bluffs, Iowa. University of Michigan, 1891. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, University of Nebraska; Surgeon, Mercy Hospital; Surgeon-in- Chief, Edmundson Memorial Hospital. Magie, William Henry, M.D., 401 Sellwood Building, Duluth, Minnesota. College of Physicians and Surgeons, St. Louis, Mis- souri, 1884. Surgeon to St. Mary ' s Hospital; Chief of Staff, Training School, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Magruder, Ernest Pendleton, A.B., A.M., M.D., The Farragut, Washington, District of Columbia, Columbian University (George Washington), 1902. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Georgetown University; Associate Surgeon, Emergency Hospital. Mahoney, George Wm., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1888. Professor Ophthal- mology, Chicago Policlinic; OcuHst, Chicago Policlinic and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals and St. Vincent ' s Infant Asylum. Makuen, G. Hudson, A.B., M.D., 1627 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1889. Professor of Defects of Speech in the Philadelphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine; Philadelphia Polyclinic Hospital and Chester Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 139 Malloch, W. J. O., A.B., M.B., M.R.C.S., F.R.C.S., 9 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1896. Associate in Surgery, University of Toronto; Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. Malone, Battle, A.B., M.D., 276 South Pauline Street, Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1899. Pro- fessor of Surgery, University of Tennessee, College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Memphis City Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Hospital and Baptist Memorial Hospital. Mann, Arthur T., B.S., M.D., 910 Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Harvard University Medical School, 1896. As- sistant Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Senior Surgeon and Surgeon in charge of the University Surgical Division at the MinneapoHs City Hospital; Surgeon to the Northwestern Hospital. Mann, Matthew Derbyshire, A.M., M.D., 37 Allen Street, Buffdo, New York. Medical Department, Columbia University, 1871. Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical Depart- ment, University of Buffalo; Consulting Obstetrician and Gynecol- ogist, Buffalo General Hospital. Manton, Walter Porter, M.D., 32 Adams Avenue, West Detroit, Michigan. Harvard University Medical School, 188 1. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Gynecology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Visiting Obstetrician and President Medical Board, Woman ' s Hospital and Infants ' Home; Gynecologist to Harper Hospital, Pontiac State Hospital, Traverse City State Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist to St. Joseph ' s Retreat. Manwaring, Joshua George Ross, M.D., The Dryden Building, Flint, Michigan. University of Michigan, 1901. Markoe, James W., M.D., 20 West 50th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1885. Medical Director and Attending Surgeon, Lying-in Hospital; Consulting Gynecol- ogist, Neurological Institute and Vassar Brothers Hospital. Marlow, Frederick William, M.D., CM., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., 417 Bloor Street, West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Trinity Medical College, Trinity University, 1900. Associate Professor in Gynecology, Toronto University; Senior Assistant Gynecol- ogist, Toronto General Hospital. Marquis, George Paull, A.B., A.M., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1892. Attending Rhinologist, St. Luke ' s, St. Joseph ' s and Columbus Hospitals. I40 American College of Surgeons Martin, Benson Blake, M.D., 1918 Washington Street, Vicksburg, Mississippi. Tulane University of Louisiana, 1898. Surgeon in charge of the Mississippi State Charity Hospital and Chief Surgeon of the Vicksburg Infirmary. Martin, Edmund Denegre, 1428 Josephine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane Medical College, 1891. Professor of Surgery, Post-Graduate Department, Tulane Medical College (School of Medicine); Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Martin, Edward, A.B., A.M., M.D., 1506 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, Woman ' s Medical College; Surgeon, University, Philadelphia General, Howard, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals. Martin, Frank, B.S., M.D., 1000 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland, 1886. Professor of Operative Surgery, University of Maryland, School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, University of Maryland Hospital, Union Protestant Infirmary, and St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Martin, Franklin H., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University, 1880. Professor of Gynecology, Post- Graduate School; Consulting Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Martin, Henry Hager, M.D., 247 Bull Street, Savannah, Georgia. Miami Medical College, 1891. Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryn- gologist, Savannah and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals and Georgia In- firmary. Mason, James Monroe, M.D., 901-908 Empire Building, Birming- ham, Alabama. Tulane Uni versity, 1899. Gynecologist, St. Vincent ' s Hospital and Hillman Hospital. Mastin, William McDowell, M.D., LL.D., North East Corner Conti and Joachim Streets, Mobile, Alabama. University of Pennsylvania, 1874. Providence Infirmary and Mobile City Hospital. Matas, Rudolph, M.D., 2255 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. University of Louisiana, now Tulane, 1886. Pro- fessor of Surgery, Tulane University; Senior Surgeon, Surgical Division, Touro Infirmary and Charity Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Mathews, William Philip, A.B., M.D., 605 East Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1890. Pro- fessor of Orthopedics in Medical College of Virginia; Orthopedic Surgeon to the Memorial Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 141 Maury, John Metcalf, M.D., 720 Memphis Trust Building, Mem- phis, Tennessee. University of Pennsylvania, 1890. Professor of Gynecology, University of Tennessee; Gynecologist to Lucy Brinkley Hospital, Memphis City Hospital and Baptist Memo rial Hospital. May, Charles Henry, M.D., 698 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York (Columbia University), 1883. Attending Ophthalmic Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Belle vue Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, French, Italian, Red Cross, and Monmouth (Long Branch, N. J.) Hospitals. Mayo, Charles Horace, A.M., M.D., LL.D., Mayowood, Rochester, Minnesota. Northwestern University, 1888. Surgeon, Mayo Clinic (St. Mary ' s Hospital). Mayo, William J., A.M., M.D., F.R.C.S., LL.D., D.Sc, 427 West College Street, Rochester, Minnesota. University of Michigan, 1883. Regent, University of Minnesota; Surgeon, Mayo Clinic (St. Mary ' s Hospital). McArthur, Lewis Linn, M.D., 4724 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1880. Post-Graduate Medical School; St. Luke ' s and Michael Reese Hospitals. McBean, George Martin, M.D., 22 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, 1899. Professor of Otology and Head of Ear Clinic, Hahnemann Medical College; Aurist, Hahnemann and Streeter Hospitals; Attending Staff, Chicago Home for Friendless; Consulting Oculist, Daily News Sanitarium. McCabe, W. M., M.D., City Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee. Van- derbilt University, 1903. Associate Professor of Surgery, Van- derbilt Medical School; Superintendent and Surgeon of Nashville City Hospital. McCallum, Francis M., M.D., 715 Gloyd Building, Kansas City Missouri. Ensworth Medical College, 1893. Genito-Urinary Surgeon at Kansas City General Hospital and Swedish Hospital. McCannel, Alexander J., M.D., 145 South Main Street, Minot, North Dakota. Keokuk Medical College, 1901; Medical Depart- ment, Georgetown University, 1906. McClellan, Benjamin Rush, A.M., M.D., 7 East Second Street, Xenia, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1884.. Surgeon to McClellan Hospital (private). 142 American College of Surgeons McCoLLUM, John Alexander, M.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 12 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1901. Junior Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. McCoRMACK, Arthur Thomas, A.B., M.D., A.M., 1144 State Street, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Medical Department, Columbia University, 1896. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. McCoy, J. C, M.D., 292 Broadway, Paterson, New Jersey. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York, 1891. Surgeon, Paterson General Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey; Consulting Surgeon, Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, New York; Con- sulting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey. McCuRDY, Stewart L., A.M., M.D., 8104 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Columbus Medical College, 1881. Professor of Anatomy and Oral Surgery, Dental Department, University of Pittsburgh; Orthopedic Surgeon, Presbyterian and Columbia Hospitals. McDaniel, Edward Bruce, M.D., 702 Electric Building, Portland, Oregon. Beaumont Hospital Medical College, 1892; Jefferson Medical College, 1893. Chief Surgeon, Spokane, Portland and Seattle, Oregon Trunk, Astoria, and Columbia and Oregon Electric Railways. McDill, John Rich, M.D., 470 Jackson Street, Milwaukee, Wis- consin. Rush Medical College, 1885. Associate Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College, University of Chicago. McGannon, Matthew Charles, M.D., CM., 118 8th Avenue, North, Nashville, Tennessee. McGill University, 1885. Pro- fessor Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, Van- derbilt University; Surgeon-in-Chief to the Woman ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Vanderbilt Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Nashville City Hospital. McGlannan, Alexius, A.M., M.D., 114 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Maryland. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Maryland, 1895. Associate Professor of Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Voluntary Assistant in Sur- gery, Medical Department, Johns Hopkins University; Surgeon, Mercy and St. Anges ' Hospitals. , McGraw, Theodore A., A.B., LL.D., M.D., 73 Cass Street, Detroit, Michigan. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1863. Emeritus Professor of Surgery in Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Consulting Surgeon to Harper Hospital and St. Mary ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 143 McGuiRE, Edgar R., M.D., 430 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1900. Associate Professor of Sur- gery, University of Buffalo; Surgeon, Buffalo General Hospital. McGuiRE, Francis W., M.D., 470 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. Niagara University, Medical Department, 1894. Lecturer on Surgery, University of Buffalo; Attending Surgeon to Emer- gency Hospital; Assistant Surgeon to Buffalo General Hospital. McGuiRE, Stuart, M.D., 513 East Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1891. Dean of Faculty of Medical College of Virginia and Professor of Clinical Surgery of the Medical College of Virginia; Surgeon-in-Charge of St. Luke ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital. McKechnie, Robert Edward, M.D., CM., 445 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. McGill University, 1890. Surgeon, Vancouver General Hospital. McKechnie, William B., M.B., M.D., CM., 311 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver, British Columbia. Toronto University, 1895. Surgeon, Vancouver General Hospital. McKee, Thomas H., M.D., 179 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1898. Lecturer on Surgical Anatomy, University of Buffalo; Surgeon, Lafayette General Hospital; Gynecologist, Erie County Hospital; Surgeon, Genito-Urinary Department, Dearborn Hospital. McKenna, C Hugh, A.B., M.D.,B.Sc., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1903. Surgical Depart- ment, Northwestern University Medical College; Senior Surgeon and President of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. McKenty, James, M.D., CM., 400 Sterling Bank Building, Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Queen ' s University, Kingston, Ontario, 1890. Professor Theoretical Surgery, Man- itoba Medical College; Surgeon to St. Boniface Hospital. McKenzie, Bart E., A.B., M.D., CM., 12 East Bloor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. McGill University, 1880. Senior Surgeon, To- ronto Orthopedic Hospital; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Grace Hospital. McKeown, Walter, M.B., M.R.C.S., 7 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1889. Demonstrator and Associate Professor, University of Toronto;. Assistant Sur- geon, St. Michael ' s Hospital. 144 American College of Surgeons McKernon, James Francis, M.D., 62 West 52nd Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical De- partment of Columbia College, 1890. Professor of Otology New York Post- Graduate Medical School; President of the Corpora- tion, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Aural Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Society of the Lying-in Hospital, New York Infant Asylum, and New York Post-Graduate Hospital. McMuRTRY, Lewis Samuel, M.D., LL.D., 542 The Atherton, Louis- ville, Kentucky, Tulane University, 1873. Professor of Ab- dominal Surgery and Gynecology in Medical Department, Univer- sity of Louisville; President of the Medical Faculty of the Uni- versity of Louisville; Surgeon to Louisville City Hospital and Norton Memorial Infirmary. McNamara, Sylvester James, A.B., A.M., 369 Union Street, Brook- lyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1892. Gyne- cologist, Kings County and Kings Park State Hospitals; Consult- ing Gynecologist, Coney Island Hospital. McNaught, Francis H., M.D., 316 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. Columbia University, Medical Department, 1878. Professor of Operative Obstetrics, Medical Department, Colorado State University; Chief Surgeon, Colorado Southern Railway Company, and Colorado Midland Railway Company; Surgical Staff, St. Luke ' s, St. Joseph ' s, and Children ' s Hospitals; Con- sultant, Surgical Staff, Mercy Hospital. McPhillips, Francis Xavier, A.B., M.D., 302-3 Birks Building, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Manitoba Medical Col- lege, 1889. Chief Surgeon, St. Paul ' s Hospital. McRae, Floyd Willcox, M.D., 602 Peters Building, Atlanta, Geor- gia. Atlanta Medical College, 1885. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Atlanta Medical College; Surgeon-in-Chief, Piedmont Sanatorium; Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Grady Hospital. McWiLLiAMS, Clarence A., A.B., A.M., M.D., 32 East 53rd Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, 1895. Instructor in Surgery, Columbia University; Assistant Surgeon to Pres- byterian Hospital. Menge, Frederick, M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1892. Professor of Laryn- gology an d Head of Department, Northwestern University Medi- cal School; Laryngologist, Wesley, Mercy, Chicago, Baptist, German Deaconess and Provident Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 145 Meredith, Evan William, M.D., 925 Highland Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Medico-Chirurgical College, 1901. St. Margaret ' s Memorial Hospital and Children ' s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Metcalf, William Francis, M.D., 636 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. University of Michigan, 1888. Director of Gyne- cology and Abdominal Surgery, Detroit General Hospital. Mewburn, Frank Hamilton, M.D., CM., 203 Beveridge Block, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. McGill University, 1881. Medical Superintendent and Attending Surgeon, Gait Hospital; Consult- ing Surgeon, Medicine Hat General Hospital. Meyer, Willy, M.D., 700 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. University of Bonn, Germany, 1880. Post-Graduate Medical School; Attending Surgeon, German and Post-Graduate Hospitals. Miller, Aaron B., M.D., 102 Erie Street, Syracuse, New York. University of Maryland, 1882. Professor Gynecology, College of Medicine, Syracuse University; St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Consult- ant, Women ' s and Children ' s Hospital. Miller, C. Jeff, M.D., 124 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. University of Tennessee, 1893. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Gynecology in Tulane University; Chief of Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Charity Hospital. Miller, Frank Wallace, M.D., 733 H. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles, California. Rush Medical College, 1894. Chil- dren ' s Hospital. Miller, G. Brown, B.Sc, M.D., 1730 K Street, North West, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, 1890. CHnical Professor of Gynecology, George Washington University; Visiting Gynecologist to Garfield and Emergency Hospitals; Associate Gynecologist to Columbia Hospital. Miller, Harold A., M.D., Pittsburgh Life Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh, 1899. Obstetrician, Allegheny General Hospital. Miller, Robert T., Jr., A.B., M.D., 6 Colonial Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1903. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh; Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Pittsburgh Tuberculosis League. Miller, S. R., M.D., 406 Church Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. Medical Department, Vanderbilt University, 1893. Visiting Sur- geon, Knoxville General Hospital. 146 American College of Surgeons MiLLiKiN, B. L., A.B., A.M., M.D., mo Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania, 1879. Senior Professor of ' Ophthalmology, Western Reserve University Medical School; Senior Visiting Ophthalmologist, Lakeside Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital. MiLLiKiN, Mark, M.D., 311 South Second Street, Hamilton, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1892. Staff, Mercy Hospital; Local Surgeon, C.H. D., Pennsylvania, and Ohio Electric Railways. Minor, Charles L., M.D., 726 Fairbanks Building, Springfield, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1897. Minor, James Lancelot, M.D., Randolph Building, Memphis, Ten- nessee. University of Virginia, 1876. Professor of Ophthal- mology, College of Medicine, University of Tennessee; Oculist, Memphis City and Baptist Memorial Hospitals. Mitchell, Albert Roscoe, M.D., Bankers Life Building, Lincoln, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 1879. St. Elizabeth ' s Hospi- tal, Lincoln Hospital. Mitchell, Alfred, Jr., A.B., M.D., 657 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. Medical School of Maine, 1898. Professor of Genito- urinary Surgery, Medical School of Maine; Genito-Urinary Sur- geon, Maine General Hospital. Mitchell, John Waite, M.D., 227 Benefit Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1871. Consulting Surgeon and Physician to Lying-in Hospital, Providence; Con- sulting Surgeon to St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Providence, and Memo- rial Hospital, Pawtucket. Mixter, Samuel Jason, B.S., M.D., 180 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1879. Lecturer in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Chief of Service, Massachu- setts General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Monks, George H., A.B., M.D., M.R.C.S., 67 Marlborough Street, , Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1880. Lec- turer in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Professor of Oral Sur- gery, Harva rd Dental School; Surgeon-in- Chief, Boston City Hospital. Monro, Alexander Stewart, M.D., CM., 413 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Manitoba University, 1896. Surgeon to Vancouver General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 147 Montgomery, E. E., B.S., M.D., A.M., LL.D., 1426 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1874. Professor of Gynecology, Jefferson Medical College; Gynecol- ogist, Jefferson and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Moore, E. C, M.D., 717 H. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. University of California ,1904. Instructor in Surgery, Medical Department, University of California; Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital. Moore, Frank D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department, University of Illinois, 1899. Assistant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Sur- gery in the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois; Attending Surgeon, Frances Willard National Temperance Hospital. Moore, James Edward, M.D., University of Minnesota, Room 212, Millard Hall, Minneapolis, Mmnesota. Bellevue Hospital Med- ical College, 1873. Professor of Surgery and Chief of Depart- ment of Surgery, University of Minnesota; Surgeon-in-Chief, Northwestern Hospital; Surgeon and Chief of Clinic, University Hospital. Moore, M. L., M.D., H. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Rush Medical College, 1880; Bellevue Hospital Medi- cal College, 1882. Moorehead, Frederick Brown, A.B., D.D.S., M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College. Dean and Professor of Oral Surgery and Pathology, College of Dentistry, University of Illinois; Assistant Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College; Attending Oral Surgeon to Home for Destitute Crippled Children; Assistant Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. MooRHEAD, Andrew Samuel, M.B., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., F.R.C.S., 146 Bloor Street, West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto University, 1906. Clinical Assistant in Surgery, Toronto Univer- sity; Junior Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. MoRAN, John F., A.B., M.D., 2426 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Georgetown University, 1887. MoRGENTHAU, George, M.D., 104 South Michigan Boulevard, Chi- cago, Illinois. Medical Department, Dartmouth College, 1887. Michael Reese Hospital and Sarah Morris Memorial Hospital for Children. 148 American College of Surgeons MoRiARTA, Douglas Calhoun, M.D., 511 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, New York. Union University, Albany, N. Y., 1885. Surgeon at Saratoga Cure and Infirmary; Chief Surgeon, St. Christina Hospital. MoRLEY, William Horace, Ph.B., M.D., 30 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. University of Michigan, 1901. Director of Obstetrics, Detroit General Hospital; Visiting Obstetrician, Providence Hospital; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, Woman ' s Hospital; Obstetrician-in- Chief to the Jewish Maternity Hospital. Morris, Robert Tuttle, A.M., M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1882. Professor of Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Hospital. Morrison, Frank A., A.B., M.D., 224 North Meridian Street, Indian- apolis, Indiana. Medical College of Indiana, 1880. Indiana Uni- versity School of Medicine; Indianapolis City Hospital, St. Vincent ' s Hospital, and Indiana Blind Institute. MosELEY, William Edward, M.D., 301 West Monument Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Harvard Medical School, 1874. Emeritus Professor of Diseases of Women, Baltimore Medical College; Gynecological Surgeon in Maryland General Hospital. Morton, Henry H., M.D., 32 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1882. Professor of Genito- urinary Diseases, Long Island College Hospital; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Long Island College Hospital, Kings County Hospital, and Polhemus Memorial Clinic. Morton, Lewis Burrows, M.D., 1017 Wright and Callender Build- ing, Los Angeles, California. College of Medicine, University of Iowa, 1 901. Dispensary StajBE of the Los Angeles Department, College of Medicine, University of California; Chief of Staff and Attending Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. MuDD, Harvey Gilmer, M.D., 408 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis Medical College, now Medical Department, Washington University, 1881. Clinical Professor, Washington University, Medical Department; Chief of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hos- pital and Member of Staff of the Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital. Mulligan, Edward Wright, M.D., 26 Gibbs Street, Rochester, New York. Rush Medical College, 1883; Bellevue Medical College, 1884. Visiting Surgeon, Rochester General Hospital, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Frederick Ferris Memorial Hos- piral, Canandaigua, New York. Alphabetical List of Fellows 149 MuMFORD, James Gregory, A.B., M.D., Main Street, Clifton Springs, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1890. Lecturer on Surgery in the Harvard Medical School; Surgeon to Clifton Springs Sanitarium and Hospital. MuNGER, Carl Eugene, Ph.B., M.D., 81 North Main Street, Water- bury, Connecticut. College Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, 1883. Assistant Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, New York; Laryngologist and Aural Surgeon, Water- bury Hospital, Waterbury, Connecticut. Murphy, Fred Towsley, A.B., M.D., 1806 Locust Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Professor of Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, Wash- ington University Hospital and Saint Louis Children ' s Hospital. Murphy, John Benjamin, A.M., M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1879. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery and Head of the Depart- ment of Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Murray, Frank Wisner, A.B., M.D., 32 West 39th Street, New York, New York. College Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1880. Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital, Ear and Eye Infirmary and Lakewood Hospital. Myers, Harry L., M.D., Taylor Building, Granby Street, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1889. Oculist and Aurist, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Neff, James M., M.D., Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington. University of Illinois, 1898. Member of St. Luke ' s Hospital Staff. Neilson, Thomas R., A.M., M.D., 1937 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1880. Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases in the University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon to the Episcopal Hospital and St. Christopher ' s Hospital for Children. Newcomb, William Kendall, A.M., M.D., 311 West Hill Street, Champaign, lUinois. Rush Medical College, 1882. Member and Chief of Staff, Julia F. Burnham Hospital. Newell, Franklin S., A.B., M.D., 443 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard University, 1896. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Harvard University; Assistant Visiting Physician, Boston Lying-in Hospital; Junior Visiting Surgeon for Diseases of Women, Boston City Hospital. 150 American College of Surgeons Newhart, Horace, A.B., M.D., 910 Donaldson Building, Minne- apolis, Minnesota. University of Michigan, 1898. Otologist, Uni- versity of Minnesota Dispensary; Northwestern Hospital, De- partment of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Newman, Henry Parker, A.M., M.D., Timken Building, San Diego, California. Detroit College of Medicine, 1878. Emeritus Pro- fessor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology, College of Medicine, University of Illinois; Emeritus Professor of Gynecology, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Surgeon and Gynecologist, Agnew Hospital and Sanitarium; Attending Surgeon and Gynecologist, McNabb Hospital and Sanitarium, Chula Vista, California. Nichols, Edward Hall, A.B., A.M., M.D., 294 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1892, Associ- ate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Senior Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the Quincy Hospital and the Framingham Hospital. Nichols, Herbert Strong, A.M., M.D., 802 Corbett Building, Portland, Oregon. Hahnemann, 1895. Homeopathic and Multno- mah County Hospitals. Nichols, William Robson, CM., M.D., 83 Carlton Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. University College Hospital, London, England, 1886; College of Physicians and Surgeons, Ontario, 1886. Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. Nicholson, Clarence M., B.S., M.D., Lister Building, 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Missouri Medical College, 1891. Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University; Chief Surgeon, Rebekah Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. Nicolson, William Perrin, M.D., Healy Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Virginia, 1876. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary, President of Medical Board. Nifong, Frank G., Boone Building, Columbia, Missouri. Missouri Medical College, 1889. Parker Memorial Hospital, University of Missouri. Noble, George Henry, M.D., 186 South Pryor Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta Medical College, 1881. Professor of Gyne- cology in Atlanta Medical College; Grady Hospital. NoRRis, Henry, M.D., Rutherfordton, North Carolina. University of Pennsylvania, 1896. Surgeon to the Rutherford Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 151 Northrop, Edward R., M.D., 417 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash- ington. Hahnemann Medical College, Philad elphia, Pennsylvania, 1898; Medico- Chirurgical, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1898. Oastler, Frank R., A.B., M.D., 126 West 59th Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1894. Clinical Professor of Gynecology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; Attending Gyne- cologist, Lincoln Hospital; Adjunct Attending Gynecologist, German Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. OcHSNER, Albert John, B.S., F.R.M.S., M.D., LL.D., 2106 Sedgwick Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1886. Professor of Surgery in the Medical Department of the Illinois University; Surgeon-in-Chief, Augustana Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Mary ' s Hospital. OcHSNER, Edward H., B.S., M.D., 2038 Lane Court, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1894. Old, Levi, M.D., Taylor Building, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1894. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Oliver, John Chadwigk, M.D., 628 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1885. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, University of Cincinnati; Surgeon, Cin- cinnati Hospital and Christ Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Oliver, John Holliday, A.M., M.D., 422 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana Medical College, 1881. Pro- fessor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Con- sulting Surgeon, Indianapolis City, St. Vincent ' s, Protestant Deaconess and Methodist Hospitals. O ' Neil, Richard Frothingham, M.D., 379 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1897. Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Genito-Urinary Surgeon to Out-Patients, Massachusetts General Hospital. O ' Reilly, Archer, A.B., M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Assistant in Ortho- pedic Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, St. Louis Children ' s Hospital; Surgeon to Out-Patients, St. Louis, Children ' s and Washington University Hospitals. Orr, H. Winnett, M.D., First National Bank Building, Lincoln, Nebraska. University of Michigan, 1899. Associate Professor 152 American College of Surgeons History and Literature of Medicine, University of Nebraska. Superintendent, Nebraska Orthopedic Hospital. Osgood, Robert B., A.B., M.D., 372 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon to the Massachusetts General Hospital. Owens, John E., M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Jefferson Medical College, 1862. Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Packard, George B., M.D., 1344 Franklin Street, Denver, Colorado. University of Vermont, 1874. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Colorado; Orthopedic Surgeon to St. Luke ' s, St. Joseph ' s, Children ' s and City and County Hospitals. Packard, Horace, M.D., 470 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University, 1880. Professor Surgery, Boston University; Senior Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Newton and Brockton Hospitals. Paddock, Charles E., M.D., 104 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1901. Professor of Obstetrics, Chicago Post-Graduate School; Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Rush Medical College; Obstetrician, St. Luke ' s Hospital and Chicago Post- Graduate Hospital. Palmer, E. Payne, M.D., 305-6-7 Goodrich Building, Phoenix, Arizona. Barnes Medical College, 1898. Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Home. Pancoast, Omar B., B.S., M.D., iiii North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1897. Instructor in Surgery, John Hopkins Medical School; Visiting Surgeon to the Union Protestant Infirmary and Church Home and Infirmary; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital Dispensary. Pantzer, Hugo 0., A.M., M.D., 717 Middle Drive, Woodruff Place, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana Medical College, 1881. Metho- dist Hospital. Parham, Frederick William, M.D., 741 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Medical Department, University of Lou- isiana, 1879. Member Board of Administrators of Tulane University and Chairman of Medical Advisory Committee; Visit- ing Surgeon, Charity Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 153 Park, Roswell, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 510 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Northwestern University, Medical Department, 1876. Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Bujffalo; Non-resident Professor, Army Medical School, Washing- ton, District of Columbia; Surgeon-in-Chief, Buffalo General Hospital. Parker, Walter Robert, B.S., M.D., 32 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. University of Pennsylvania, 189 1. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Michigan; University Hospital, Ann Arbor; Detroit General Hospital, Children ' s Hospital, and Woman ' s Hospital. Parkes, William Ross, Ph.M., M.D., 1428 Maple Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1893. Dean and Senior Attend- ing Surgeon, Evanston Hospital. Parmenter, Frederic James, M.D., 616 Potomac Avenue, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1903. Instructor in Surgery, University of Buffalo; Attending Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Buffalo General Hospital. Parmeter, Rolland, B.S., M.D., 30 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. Rush Medical College, 1895. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Surgeon, Harper Hospital. Payne, Robert Lee, Jr., M.D., 114 West Freemason Street, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Pennsylvania, 1905. Gynecologist, St. Vincent ' s Hospital; Lecturer on General Surgery to Training School. Payne, Sanders McAllister, M.D., 542 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. University of Nashville and Vanderbilt University, 1875. Clinical Assistant, Assistant Surgeon and Junior Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Pearson, William W., M.D., Equitable Building, Des Moines, Iowa. University of Michigan, 1893. Peck, Charles H., M.D., 30 West 50th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, 1892. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Columbia University; Senior Attending Surgeon to the Roosevelt Hospital. Pedersen, Victor Cox, A.B., A.M., 45 West Ninth Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1898. Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, People ' s 154 American College of Surgeons Hospital; Chief of Clinic in Urology for Men, Women and Chil- dren, St. Mark ' s Hospital. Pelton, O. L., M.D., 9 East Chicago Street, Elgin, Illinois. Medical Department, University of Michigan, 1872; Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, 1874. St. Joseph ' s and Sherman Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon to State Hospital. Pennington, John Rawson, M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Maryland, 1887. Professor of Rectal Diseases, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Proctologist, Chicago Policlinic Hospital; Surgeon, Sheridan Park Hospital. Percy, James Fulton, M.D., 147 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1886. Galesburg Hospital and St. Mary ' s Hospital. Percy, Nelson Mortimer, M.D., 2106 Sedgwick Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1899. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery in the College of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Illinois; Attending Surgeon of Augustana Hospital and St. Mary ' s of Nazareth Hospital. Perkins, John M., A.B., M.D., 318 West Armour Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri. Harvard Medical School, 1886. Professor of Surgery, University of Kansas Medical School; Chief Surgeon, University Hospital. Perkins, William Martin, B.S., M.D., 2123 Coliseum Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Medical Department, Tulane University, 1897. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Tulane University, Post- Graduate Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital. Peterkin, G. S., M.D., 1105 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washing- ton. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1895. Consulting Surgeon for Urology to the City Hospital and County Hospital. Peterson, Reuben, A.B., M.D., 1416 Hill Street, Ann Arbor, Mich- igan. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan; Obstetrician and Gynecologist-in-Chief, and Medical Director, University of Mich- igan Hospital. PriSTER, Franz, M.D., 1404 Majestic Building, Milwaukee, Wis- consin. Medical Department, University of Wooster, Cleve- land, Ohio, 1895. Professor and Head of Department of Ear, Nose and Throat, Marquette University School of Medicine; Mil- waukee County and Misericordia Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 155 Phemister, Dallas B., M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Instructor in Surgery, Rush Medical College; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Presbyterian and St. Anthony ' s Hospitals. Pierce, Norval Harvey, M.D., 22 East Washington Street, Chi- cago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 1885. Professor of Otology and Clinical Otology, College of Medicine of the University of lUinois; Attending Rhino-Laryngologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Department Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat, Michael Reese Hospital and Passavant Hospital; Attending Otologist, Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. PiNKHAM, Edward Warwick, A.B., M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Adjunct Professor of Gynecology, New York Post-Graduate School of Medicine; Junior Attending Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Assist- ant Attending Gynecologist, New York Post-Graduate Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, White Plains Hospital, White Plains, New York. Platt, Walter Brewster, Ph.B., M.D., M.R.C.S., F.R.C.S., 802 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Medical Department of Harvard University, 1879. Surgeon to Robert Garrett Hos- pital for Children; Staff of Church Home and Infirmary. Plummer, Samuel C, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., 4539 Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, Northwestern University Medical School, 1886. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Plummer, William Ward, B.L., M.D., 523 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1902. Assistant Professor, Department Orthopedic Surgery, University of Buffalo; Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon, Buffalo General Hospital; Associate Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Erie County Hospital. PoLAK, John Osborn, M.Sc, M.D., 287 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Medical Department, University of Vermont, Long Island College Hospital, 1891. Professor of Obstetrics and Gyne- cology, Long Island College Hospital; Professor of Obstetrics, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover; Obstetrician and Gyne- cologist, Long Island College Hospital; Gynecologist, Jewish Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist to the Deaconess, Bushwick, 156 American College of Surgeons Coney Island, and People ' s Hospitals; Consulting Obstetrician to the Methodist Episcopal Hospital and Williamsburgh Hos- pital. Polk, William Mecklenburg, M.D., LL.D., 7 East 36th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1869. Dean and Professor of Gynecology in Cornell University Medical School; Gynecologist to Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist to St. Luke ' s, St. Vincent ' s and New York Lying-in Hospitals, and New York Infirmary for Women and Children. Pond, Alanson M., M.D., 1222 Locust Street, Dubuque, Iowa. Keokuk Medical College, 1891. Attending Surgeon to the St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital, and to the Finley Hospital. Porter, Charles Allen, A.B., A.M., M.D., 254 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1892. Asso- ciate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Massachuestts General Hospital, New England Baptist Hospital. Porter, John Lincoln, M.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. Pro- fessor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Illinois, Medical Department; Attending Orthopedic Surgeon to St. Luke ' s Hos- pital and Home for Destitute Crippled Children. Porter, Miles Fuller, M.D., A.M., 207 West Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Medical College of Ohio, 1878. Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Surgeon and Chief of Staff, Hope Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Indiana School for Feeble-Minded Youth. Posey, Wm. Campbell, A.B., M.D., 2049 Chestnut Street, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1889. Pro- fessor of Ophthalmology in Polyclinic Post-Graduate Medical School; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Willis Eye Hospital; Ophthalmolo- gist to Children ' s Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Chest- nut Hill Hospital, State Hospital for the Insane at Norristown, and State Hospital for Chronic Insane at Wernersville. Poucher, John Wilson, M.D., 339 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, New York. Albany Medical College, 1883. Chief of Staff, Bowne Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Highland Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Poucher Private Hospital. Power, Walter B., M.D., 233 Cajon Street, Redlands, California. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, 1895. Surgeon, Trinity Settlement, Mentone, California; Surgeon, Redlands Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 157 Powers, Charles Andrew, M.D,, A.M., Fourteenth and Stout Streets, Denver, Colorado. Columbia University, 1883. Pro- fessor of Clinical Surgery, University of Colorado, Medical Department; Attending Surgeon, Denver City Hospital and St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Mercy Hospital, Children ' s Hospital and State Home for Dependent Children. Price, Henry R., C.E., M.D., 435 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. University of Pennsylvania, 1880. Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Ophthalmologist, St. Catharine ' s Hos- pital, Brooklyn, New York. Primrose, Alexander, M.B., CM., M.R.C.S., 100 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The University of Edinburgh, 1886. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto; Surgeon, Chief-of-Service, Toronto General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children. Prowse, S. Willis, M.B., CM., M.D., F.R.C.S., 801 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. University of Edinburgh, 1893. Professor of Physiology and of Clinical Laryngology and Otology, Manitoba Medical College; Surgeon, Eye, Ear and Throat Depart- ment, and Senior Surgeon, Ear and Throat Department, Winnipeg General Hospital. QuAiN, Eric P., M.D., 400 Main Street, Bismarck, North Dakota. University of Minnesota, 1898. Surgeon and Chief of Staff, Bismarck Hospital; Surgeon, St. Alexius Hospital. Ramstad, N. Oliver, M.D., City National Bank Block, Bismarck, North Dakota. College of Medicine and Surgery, University of Minnesota, 1899. Surgeon, Bismarck Hospital. Rankin, William Henry, M.D., CM., L.R.CP. S., 151 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, New York. Medical Department, Queens University, 1889. Gynecologist, Coney Island Hospital; Surgeon, German Lutheran and St. John ' s Hospitals. Ransohofp, Joseph, M.D., F.R.C.S., 19 West 7th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Medical College of Ohio, 1874. Professor of Surgery, Ohio-Miami College, Medical Department, University of Cin- cinnati; Surgeon, Cincinnati Hospital, and Jewish Hospital. Ravdin, Marcus, M.D., 223 Main Street, Evansville, Indiana. Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1900. Visiting Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Protestant Deaconess Hospital; Laryngologist to the Evansville Tuberculosis Hospital. 158 American College of Surgeons Rawls, Reginald M., A.B., M.D., 320 Central Park West, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1898. Assistant Surgeon, The Woman ' s Hospital of the State of New York. Ray, James Morrison, M.D., Atherton Building, Louisville, Ken- tucky. University of Louisville, 1882. Professor of Ophthal- mology, University of Louisville; Louisville City, St. Mary ' s and St. Elizabeth ' s Hospitals. Raymond, Alfred, M.D., CM., 401-404 Lowman Building, Seattle, Washington. McGill University, 1886. President, Minor Pri- vate Hospital; Neurological Surgeon, Emergency Hospital. Read, John Sturdivant, A.B., M.D., 135 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, New York. The Long Island College Hospital, 1902. Lecturer of Genito-Urinary Diseases in the Long Island College Hospital; Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, the Long Island College and Kings County Hospitals. Reder, Francis, M.D., 6346 Berlin Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis Medical College, 1884. St. Louis City Hospital, Mis- souri Baptist Sanitorium, and St. John ' s Hospital. Reed, Charles A. L., A.M., M.D., The Groton, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati College Medicine and Surgery, 1 874. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, University of Cincinnati; Gynecologic Sur- geon, Cincinnati General, German, Good Samaritan and Jewish Hospitals. Reese, Robert Grigg, Ph.G., M.D., 50 West 52d Street, New York, New York. University of New York, 1891. Professor of Ophthalmology, Cornell University Medical College ; Ophthalmic Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Ophthal- mologist, Bellevue General Memorial, and Nursery and Child ' s Hospitals. Reeve, Richard A., A.B., LL.D., M.D., 48 Bloor Street, East, Toron- to, Ontario, Canada. Queens University, 1865. Professor of Ophthalmology and Head of the Department of Ophthalmology and Otology, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Senior Ophthalmic Surgeon and Chief of Service, Toronto General Hospital. Reicheldereer, Luther Haisey, M.D., 1721 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbian University, 1899. Clinical Professor of Surgery, George Washington University, Medical Department; Attending Surgeon, Garfield Memorial Hospital, Tuberculosis Hospital, and Children ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 159 Reik, Andrew J. N., M.D., 506 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland, 1900. Surgeon to the Baltimore Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Reik, Henry 0., Ph.G., M.D., 506 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 189 1. Surgeon to Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Renner, William Scott, M.D., CM., 341 Linwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York. McGill University, 1884. Clinical Professor of Laryngology, University of Buffalo; Laryngologist and Aurist to the Sisters of Charity, Children ' s, German, Erie County, Ernest Wende and Municipal Hospitals; Laryngologist and Aurist to the J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital, Perrysburg, New York; Surgeon-in-Charge of Ear and Throat Department of the Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary. Reynolds, Edward, A.B., M.D., 321 Dartmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard University, 1885. Reynolds, Henry Gilbert, M.D., 1507 Broadway, Paducah, Ken- tucky. University of Louisville, 1897. Visiting Staff, Riverside Hospital. Richards, George L., M.D., 124 Franklin Street, Fall River, Massa- chusetts. Harvard University, 1886. Member of the Massa- chusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine; In charge of the Ear, Nose and Throat Department, Union and St. Anne ' s Hospi- tals. Richardson, Charles W., M.D., 13 17 Connecticut Avenue, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania; George Washington University, 1884. Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Children ' s Hospital, George Washington University Hospital. Richardson, Edward Pierson, A.B., M.D., 224 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Assist- ant in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Out-Patients, Massachusetts General Hospital. Richardson, J. J., M.D., 1509 Avenue of the Presidents, Washington, District of Columbia. Maryland University, School of Medicine, 1889. Professor of Otology and Laryngology, Howard Univer- sity Medical School; Freedman ' s Hospital; Woman ' s Clinic. Richardson, William W., M.D., 611 Lissner Building, Los Angeles, California. Northwestern University Medical College, 1890. Professor Surgery, Los Angeles Medical Department, University of California; Attending Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital. i6o American College of Surgeons RiCHEY, Stephen Olin, M.D., 732 17th Street, North West, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Northwestern University, 1876. RiCHTER, H. M., M.D., Wesley Hospital, 2Sth and Dearborn Streets, Chicago, Illinois. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 1894. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Staff, Wesley and Cook County Hospitals. RiCKETTS, Benjamin Merrill, Ph.B., M.D., LL.D., North West Corner Fourth and Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1 88 1. Hon. Professor Thoracic Surgery, National University, St. Louis, Missouri; Private " The Trinidad. " RiDEWOOD, Harold Edward, M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S., 100 Jones Block, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. London Hospital Medical College, 1 901. RiGGS, Herbert W., M.D., CM., F.R.C.S., 470 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Manitoba University, 1898. Surgeon, Vancouver General Hospital. RiSHMiLLER, John H., M.D., Pillsbury Building, 602 Nicollet Avenue, MinneapoHs, Minnesota. Medical Department, University of Michigan, 1891. Attending Surgeon, Swedish Hospital; Consult- ing Surgeon, Asbury Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway Company. Ritchie, Harry Parks, Ph.B., M.D., 914 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, 1896. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota; University Hospital, Minne- apolis; City and County Hospital, St. Luke ' s Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota. RoBB, Hunter, A.B., M.D., 702 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Department of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, 1884. Professor of Gynecology, Western Reserve University; Visiting Gynecologist to Lakeside Hospital. Roberts, George W., Ph.B., M.D., 170 West 59th Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College 1889. Attending Surgeon, Hahnemann Hospital and Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children. Roberts, James A., M.B., L.C.P. S.O., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., F.R.C.S., 19 Bloor Street, West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1898. Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto; Sur- geon, Toronto General Hospital; Consultant Surgeon, Old Folks Home. Alphabetical List of Fellows i6i Roberts, John B., A.B., A.M., M.D., 313 South Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1874. Professor of Surgery, Philadelphia Polyclinic. Roberts, William Owen, M.D., Atherton Building, Louisville, Ken- tucky. University of Louisville, 1870; Bellevue Medical College, 187 1. Emeritus Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Uni- versity of Louisville; St. Mary ' s and St. Elizabeth ' s Hospitals and the John N. Norton Memorial Infirmary. Robertson, Charles Moore, B.S., A.M., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Iowa, 1888. Policlinic School for Post- Graduates; Henrotin Memorial and PoHclinic Hospitals. Robbins, Frederick W., A.B., A.M., M.D., loi Fort Street, West, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit Medical College, 1884. Professor Urology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Urologist, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Robins, Chas. R., M.D., 8 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1894. Professor of Gynecology, Medical College of Virginia; Surgeon, Stuart Circle Hospital; Gynecologist, Memorial Hospital; Surgeon, City Hospital. Robinson, Ernest F., A.B., M.D., 603 Bryant Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Pennsylvania, 1896. Surgeon to Kansas City General Hospital, German Hospital, and Swedish Hospital. Rochpord, William E., M.D., Syndicate Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Surgeon for the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, and Minneapolis Eastern Railways; Chief of Surgical Staff, St. Barnabas, St. Mary ' s and City Hospitals. Rogers, Carey Pegram, A.B., M.D., 221 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Johns Hopkins University, 1902. Surgeon-in-Chief, Private Hospital. Rogers, Cassius Clay, A.B., M.D., A.M., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1896. Professor and Head of Department of Surgery, Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery; Surgeon to the Frances Willard Hospital. Rogers, James T., A.B., M.D., 80 Crescent Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1904. Assistant Demonstrator in Gto-Laryngology, McGill University; Clinical Assistant in Oto- Laryngology, Royal Victoria Hospital; Assistant Oto-Laryngol- ogist, Alexandria Hospital for Contagious Diseases. i62 American College of Surgeons Rogers, John T., M.D., 284 South Exchange Street, St. Paul, Min- nesota. University of Minnesota, 1891. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota; Surgeon, City and County Hospital and St. Luke ' s Hospital. Rosenthal, Maurice I., M.D., 336 West Berry Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Ohio Medical College, University of Cincinnati, 1890. Surgeon to St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Roth, Leon Joseph, M.D., Brockman Building, 7th Street and Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CaHfornia. University of California, Medi- cal College, 1 90 1. Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Sisters ' Hospital. RoTHROCK, John L., A.B., A.M., M.D., 514 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Pennsylvania, 1888. Assistant Pro- fessor of Gynecology, University of Minnesota; Gynecologist to City and County, St. Luke ' s, and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. RoYSTER, Hubert Ashley, A.B., M.D., 423 Fayettevi le Street, Raleigh, North Carolina. University of Pennsylvania, 1894. Surgeon to Rex Hospital; Surgeon-in- Chief to St. Agnes Hospital. Rushmore, Jacques C, A.B., M.D., 477 Washington Avenue, Brook- lyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1903. Orthopedic Surgeon, Long Island College Hospital; Chief of Clinic, Orthopedic Division, Polhemus Memorial Clinic. Rushmore, John D., A.B., M.D., 129 Montague Street, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1870. Professor, Operative and Clinical Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Long Island College Hos- pital, St. Peter ' s and Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospitals. Russell, William Wood, C.E., M.D., A.M., 1208 Eutaw Place, Balti- more, Maryland. University of Pennsylvania, 1890. Johns Hopkins University; Johns Hopkins Hospital; Union Protestant Infirmary; Hospital for the Women of Maryland. Rust, Edwin G., M.D., 316 Lennox Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Cleve- land Homeopathic Hospital College, 1880. Ruth, Charles Edward, M.D., 407 Equitable Building, Des Moines, Iowa. State University of Iowa, 1883. Surgical Staff of Iowa Methodist Hospital. Ryerson, E. Stanley, M.D., CM., 143 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Trinity M edical College, 1900. Demonstrator and Associate in Surgery, University of Toronto; Junior and Senior Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 163 Ryerson, Edwin Warner, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Harvard University, 1897. Assistant Professor of Surgery (Orthopedic) to Rush Medical College; Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Chicago Policlinic. Sabine, Jane D. Kelly, A.B., M.D., 348 Marlboro Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Woman ' s Medical School, Northwestern Uni- versity, 1894. Lecturer in Sargent Normal School of Gymnastics, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Attending Surgeon, New England Hospital for Women and Children. Sadlier, James Edgar, M.D., 295 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, New York. Albany Medical College, 1887. Surgeon-in-Chief, Sadlier Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Highland Hospital, Beacon, New York. Sala, St. Elmo, M., M.D., 1829 4th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois. Keokuk Medical College, 1892. Medical and Surgical Staff, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Salter, Peter Harold, M.D., L.R.C.P. S., L.F.P. S., 409 Nor- folk Avenue, Norfolk, Nebraska. Trinity University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Extramural School, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1885. Surgeon, Norfolk General Hospital. Sample, Chester H., M.D., 309 South Washington Avenue, Saginaw, Michigan. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1874. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s, Saginaw General, and Woman ' s Hospitals; District Surgeon, Grand Trunk Railway; Chief Surgeon, S. B. Traction Lines; Surgeon to Bell Telephone Company; Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Orphan Home and Consumers Power Company. Sanborn, Charles Frye, M.D., Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, New York, 1893. Assistant Warden and Medical Superin- tendent, Cook County Hospital. Sanes, Kay I., M.D., Jenkins Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh, 1896. Gynecologist, Western Pennsyl- vania Hospital. Sauer, W.E., M.D., 537 North Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Medical Department, Washington University, 1896. Chief of Laryngologic Clinic, Washington University Hospital; Instructor in Laryngology, Washington University; Otologist and Laryngolo- gist to St. Louis, MuUanphy and Bethesda Hospitals; Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. 164 A merican College of Surgeons Saunders, Bacon, M.D., LL.D., Flatiron Building, Fort Worth, Texas. University of Louisville, 1877. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Medical Department, Texas Christian Univer- sity; Chief Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Sayre, Reginald Hall, A.B., M.D., 14 West 48th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1884. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, New York University and Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College; Assistant Surgeon, in charge of Orthopedics, Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases, New York State Orthopedic Hospital, Home for Crippled Children, Newark, New Jersey; Hackensack Hospital, Hackensack, New Jersey ; Mountain- side Hospital, Montclair, New Jersey; Englewood Hospital, Englewood, New Jersey. Schachner, August, M.D., Ph.G., 844 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville Medical College, 1888. ScHENCK, Benjamin Robinson, A.B., M.D., 32 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. Johns Hopkins University, 1898. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Gynecologist, Harper Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Wo- man ' s Hospital. Schmidt, Louis E., Ph.G., M.D., B.Sc, M.Sc, 60 Bellevue Place, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1895. Clinical Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Northwestern University School of Medicine; Professor of Genito-Urinary Dis- eases, Chicago Policlinic; Chief of the Department of Genito- Urinary, Venereal and Skin Diseases, Alexian Brothers ' Hospital; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Michael Reese, German, Wesley and St. Mary ' s Hospitals. ScHNEiDEMAN, THEODORE B., A.B., M.D., 1831 Chestuut Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1883. Con- sulting Ophthalmologist, Woman ' s and Roosevelt Hospitals. ScHROEDER, WiLLiAM E., M.D., 3 1 North State Street, Chicago, Illi- nois. Chicago Medical College, 1891. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery Northwestern University Medical School; Senior Surgeon, Wesley Hospital; Surgeon to Provident and German Deaconess Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon to House of Correction. ScHWENK, Peter N. K., B.S., M.D., 141 7 North Broad Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1882. Surgeon, Wills Eye Hospital; Eye Surgeon, Pennsylvania Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 165 SCHWYZER, Arnold, M.D., 123 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, Minne- sota. University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1888. Surgeon to St. Joseph ' s Hospital. ScHWYZER, GusTAV, 411 Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1892. Surgeon, Northwestern Hospital; Associate Surgeon, City Hospital. Scott, Arthur Carroll, M.D., 6 West French Avenue, Temple, Texas. Belle vue Hospital Medical College, New York, 1886. Surgeon to The Temple Sanitarium; Associate Chief Surgeon, Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Hospital. Scott, Wallace Arthur, A.B., M.B., F.R.C.S., 627 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto University, 1898. Associate in Surgery and Demonstrator in Anatomy, Toronto University; Assistant Surgeon, St. Michael ' s Hospital. ScuDDER, Charles Locke, A.B., Ph.D., 209 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1888. Lecturer on Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. Seaman, Gilbert E., M.D., 141 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wis- consin. Michigan College of Medicine and Surgery, 1889. Ophthalmic Surgeon, Milwaukee Hospital and Milwaukee Children ' s Hospital. Seelig, M. G., A.B., M.D., Wall Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Columbia University, 1900. Professor of Surgery, Medical De- partment St. Louis University; Attending Surgeon, Jewish Hos- pital and City Hospital; Chief of Surgical Out-Patient Depart- ment, Jewish Hospital. Seelye, Ralph H., A.B., A.M., M.D., 73 Chestnut Street, Spring- field, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Surgeon, Springfield Hospital. Seelye, Walter Karl, M.D., 806 American Bank Building, Seattle, Washington. State University of Iowa, College of Medicine, 1892. Chief of Staff, Department of Otology, Laryngology, and Rhin- ology, Municipal Hospital. Senn, William N., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1900. Shaff, Charles Whiting, B.S., M.D., 212 Fifth Street, Lewiston, Idaho. State University of Iowa, 1881. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. i66 American College of Surgeons Shaffer, Newton M., M.D., 31 East 49th Street, New York, New York. University of the City of New York, 1867. Emeritus Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, New York State Hospital for the care of Crippled and Deformed Children, West Haverstraw. Shambaugh, George Elmer, Ph.B., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania, 1895. Associate Professor, Otology and Laryngology, Rush Medical College; Instructor in Anatomy of Ear, Nose and Throat, University of Chicago; Otologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Consulting Otologist and Laryngologist, Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Shands, Aurelius Rives, M.D., 901 Avenue of the Presidents, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland, 1884. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery in the George Washington University; Orthopedic Surgeon, George Washington University Hospital and Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital. Shands, Harley R., A.B., M.D., Century Building, Jackson, Mis- sissippi. Tulane Medical College, 1905. Visiting Surgeon, State Charity and Baptist Hospitals. Sharples, Casper Wistar, A.B., A.M., M.D., Burke Building, Seattle, Washington. University of Pennsylvania, 1888. Chil- dren ' s Orthopedic Hospital of Seattle. Shenstone, Norman Strahan, A.B., M.D., M.R.C.S., 196 Bloor Street, West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1905. Demonstrator in Surgery and Anatomy, University of Toronto Medical School; Senior Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. Sheppard, John Evans, A.B., M.D., 130 Montague Street, Brooklyn, New York. University of Pennsylvania, 1882. CHnical Pro- fessor of Diseases of the Ear, Long Island College Hospital; Con- sulting Aurist, Brooklyn Eye and Ear, St. Catherine ' s, Jewish, and Methodist Episcopal Hospitals, and Day-Kimball Hospital, Putnam, Connecticut; Attending Aurist, Long Island College Hospital. Sherk, Henry Howard, M.D., 268 South Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena, California. Jefferson Medical College, 1887. Senior Surgeon, Pasadena Hospital. Sherman, Harry Mitchell, A.B., A.M., M.D., Union Square Build- ing, 350 Post Street, San Francisco, California. College of Physi- Alphabetical List of Fellows 167 cians and Surgeons, Medical Department Columbia University, 1880. Surgeon to St. Luke ' s Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon to The Children ' s Hospital. Sherrill, J. Garland, A.M., M.D., 542 The Atherton, Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville Medical College, 1888. Professor of Surgery, University of Louisville; Visiting Surgeon, Louisville City Hospital. Sherwood, Walter Aikman, M.D., 289 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1896. Surgeon to the Methodist Episcopal Hospital and Kingston Avenue Hospital. Shipley, Arthur M., M.D., 1827 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1902. Professor of Surgical Pathology, University of Maryland; Visiting Surgeon, University Hospital; Surgeon-in- Chief, City Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Sydenham Hospital. Shoemaker, William A., M.D., 1006 Carleton Building, St. Louis, Missouri. University of Maryland, 1885. Ophthalmologist to Evangelical Deaconess Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, St. Louis Maternity Hospital. Shurly, Burt Russell, B.S., M.D., 32 West Adams Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1895. Dean, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Professor, Rhinology, Laryngol- o , and Otology and Head of Department; Attending Rhinol- ogist and Laryngologist, Harper Hospital, Children ' s Hospital, Providence Hospital; Laryngologist and Otologist, Woman ' s Hospital; Attending Physician, Detroit Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Sidebotham, Harold, M.R.C.S., 1109 State Street, Santa Barbara, California. Victoria University, Manchester, England, 1887. Silver, David, M.D., 7045 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh; Orthopedic Sur- geon, Allegheny General Hospital and Children ' s Hospital; Con- sulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Pittsburgh Hospital, Industrial Home for Crippled Children and Sewickley Fresh Air Home. SiLVERTHORN, GiDEON, M.B., M.D., 266 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto School of Medicine, 1889. Dem- onstrator of Pathology, University of Toronto; Clinical Surgery, St. Michael ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, St. Michael ' s Hospital. i68 American College of Surgeons Simmons, Channing Chamberlain, M.D., 317 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1899. As- sistant in Surgery, Harvard Medical School ; Surgeon, Out-Patients, Massachusetts General Hospital. Simpson, Frank Farrow, A.B., M.D., 7048 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1893. Gynecologist to Allegheny General Hospital. Simpson, Robert Mills, M.D., CM., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 702 Ster- ling Bank Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba University, 1889. Surgeon and Gynecologist, Winnipeg General Hospital. SiNGLEY, John D., A.M., M.D., 812 North Highland Avenue, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1895. Sur- geon to the Pittsburgh Hospital and St. Margaret ' s Memorial Hospital. Skeel, Roland E., M.D., 1021 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Michigan, 1890. Associate Clinical Professor Gynecology at Western Reserve University; Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist, Cleveland City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Lutheran Hospital and Lakewood Hospital. Skene, William Henry, M.D., Stevens Building, Portland, Oregon. Long Island College Hospital, 1888. Smead, Lewis F., A.B., M.D., 242 Michigan Street, Toledo, Ohio. Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1905. Surgeon to St. Vincent ' s Hospital and Toledo Hospital. Smith, Harmon, A.B., M.D., 44 West 49th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Medical College, 1897. Professor Laryngology, Cornell Medical College; Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Throat Department; Consulting Throat Sur- geon, Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, New Jersey. Smith, Homer Erastus, M.D., 178 South Broad Street, Norwich, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, 1878. Oculist and Aurist, Norwich Hos- pital. Smith, Joseph Franklin, M.D., 118 East Scott Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1900. Surgeon to St. Mary ' s Hospital. Smith, Mary Almira, A.M., M.D., Sc.D., 33 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1880. Senior Alphabetical List of Fellows 169 Attending Surgeon of the New England Hospital for Women and Children of Boston; Consulting Surgeon to Memorial Hospital for Women of Concord, New Hampshire. Smith, Oliver Cotton, M.D., 44 High Street, Hartford, Connecticut. Long Island College Hospital, 1883. Visiting Surgeon, Hartford Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Tolland County, Litchfield County, Middlesex County, and New Britain General Hospitals. Smith, Rea, A.B., M.D., 657 West 23rd Street, Los Angeles, California. University of Pennsylvania, 1902. Smith, Richard R., M.D., Metz Building, Grand Rapids, Michigan. University of Michigan, 1892. Surgeon to Butterworth Hospital. Smith, William Harvey, M.D., CM., A.M., 173 Portage Avenue, East, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Medical Department, McGill University, 1892. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology, Manitoba Medical College; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Smythe, Frank David, M.D., 554 East Street, Memphis, Tennessee. Medical Department, Tulane University, 1891. Professor of Gynecology, Clinical and Didactic, University of Tennessee; Gynecologist, City Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, and Baptist Memorial Hospital. SoMERS, George Burbank, A.M., M.D., 2662 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical School, 1888. Clinical Professor Gynecology, Medical Department, Stanford University; Gynecologist, Lane Hospital. SoMMER, Ernest A., M.D., 1017 Corbett Building, Fifth and Mor- rison Streets, Portland, Oregon. Medical Department, Wil- lamette University, 1890. Surgeon to St. Vincent ' s Hospital and to Oregon City Hospital, Oregon City, Oregon. SoRKNESS, Paul, M.D., Edwards Building, Fargo, North Dakota. University of Minnesota, 1895. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. SouLE, Robert E., A.B., M.D., 40 East 41st Street, New York, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1899. Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery, Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Post- Graduate Medical School and Hospital, New York, New York; Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Barnabas Hospital, Newark, New Jersey; Attending Surgeon, Blythedale Home for Crippled Children, Hawthorne, New York. lyo American College of Surgeons SouTTER, Robert, A.B., M.D., 133 Newbury Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Instructor Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, House of Good Samaritan; Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Long Island Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Massa- chusetts State Hospital for Cripples; Surgeon, Peabody Hospital. Sowers, William F. M., A.B., M.D., 1707 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University, 1900. Associate in Surgery and in Charge of Course in Surgical Pathology, George Washington University Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Providence and Freedman ' s Hospitals; Surgeon to Washington City Orphan Asylum and Home for Foundlings. Spafford, Frederick Angier, M.D., Flandreau, South Dakota. Dartmouth Medical College, 1879. Lecturer on Medical Juris- prudence, University of South Dakota; Surgeon-in- Charge, Flandreau Indian School Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Julson Hospital. Spear, Raymond, M.D., U. S. Naval Hospital, Washington, District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1895. Instructor in Surgery at U. S. Naval Medical School; Surgeon to U. S. Naval Hospital. peed, Kellogg, M.D., Peoples Gas Building, 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. In- structor in Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Mercy Hospital; Surgeon, County Hospital. Spence, Thomas Bray, A.B., M.D., 541 Third Street, Brooklyn, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univer- sity, 1893. Attending Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital. Spencer, Selden, A.B., M.D., 2723 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University (Missouri Medical College), 1899. President of Staff and Surgeon in the St. Louis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infirmary; Oto-Laryngologist on the stafiE of the Missouri Baptist Sanitorium. Spratt, Charles Nelson, B.S., M.D., 900 Nicollet Avenue, Minne- apolis, Minnesota. Johns Hopkins University, 1901. Ophthal- mologist and Otologist, Asbury Hospital and City Hospital. Squier, J. Bentley, M.D., 49 East 49th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univer- sity, 1894. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, New York Post- Graduate Medical School; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Post-Graduate Hospital, New York Central and Neurological Hospital and Sailor ' s Alphabetical List of Fellows 171 Snug Harbor Hospital, Staten Island; Consulting Surgeon to Work House Hospital, Department of Correction, and Port Chester Gen- eral Hospital. Stamm, M., M.D., 611 Napoleon Street, Fremont, Ohio. University of Bern, Switzerland, 1872. Private Hospital. Standish, Myles, A.B., A.M., M.D., 72 St. James Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1879. Williams Pro- fessor Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Carney Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Stanton, Edwin MacDonald, B.Sc, M.D., 511 State Street, Sche- nectady, New York. University of Pennsylvania, 1903. Starr, Clarence L., M.B., M.D., 224 Bloor Street, West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1890. Associate Pro- fessor of Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto; Surgeon-in- Chief, Hospital for Sick Children; Consulting Surgeon to the Toronto General Hospital. Starr, Frederic Newton Gisborne, M.B., M.D., CM., 112 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto University, 1889. Consulting Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children and Toronto Western Hospital; Senior Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital; Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. Stavely, Albert L., A.B., M.D., 1744 M. Street, North West, Wash- - ington. District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania, 1888. George Washington University; Gynecologist, Garfield Hospital; Associate Gynecologist, George Washington Hospital. Steele, Daniel Atkinson King, M.D., LL.D., 2920 Indiana Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Medical College, 1873. Professor of Surgery and Head of Department, College of Medicine, Univer- sity of Illinois; Attending Surgeon, University Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital, St. Anthony Hospital and Julia Burnham Hospital. Steindler, Arthur, M.D., 203 Flynn Building, Des Moines, Iowa. Vienna University, 1902. Orthopedic Surgeon, Iowa Methodist Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Iowa State University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. Stern, Walter G., A.B., M.D., 821 Schofield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University, 1898. Orthopedic Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cleveland Jewish Orphan Asylum and East Side Dispensary. 172 American College of Surgeons Stewart, Charles W., Ph.B., M.D., 2 Kay Street, Newport, Rhode Island. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1891. Surgeon, Newport Hospital. Stewart, Douglas Hunt, M.D., 128 West 86th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1882. Stewart, Geo. David, M.D., 61 West 50th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Associate Professor of Surgery, New York University and Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue and St. Vin- cent ' s Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon to Englewood Hospital, Englewood, New Jersey; St. Mary ' s Hospital, East Orange, New Jersey; South Side Hospital, Babylon, Long Island, and St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Yonkers, New York. Stickney, William, B.S., M.D., ii Center Street, Rutland, Ver- mont. Dartmouth, 1903. Instructor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Vermont; Surgeon, Rutland and Proctor Hospitals. Stillman, Stanley, M.D., 2101 Webster Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical College, 1889. Professor Surgery, Leland Stanford Jr., University; Surgeon, Lane Hospital. Stillson, Hamilton, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., 515 Northern Bank and Trust Building, Seattle, Washington. Medical Department of University of Louisville, 1882. Stimson, Lewis A., A.B., M.D., LL.D., 277 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1874. Professor of Surgery, Cornell Medical College. Stokes, Charles Francis, A.M., M.D., D.Sc, LL.D., Navy Depart- ment, Washington, District of Columbia. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1884. Surgeon- General, United States Navy. Stoltz, Charles, M.D., South Bend, Indiana. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 1893. Surgeon, Epworth Hospital; Chief Surgeon, New Jersey, Indiana and Illinois Railway Company. Stone, Isaac Scott, M.D., Sc.D., 1618 Rhode Island Avenue, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland, 1872. Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, Medical De- partment of Georgetown University; Surgeon to Columbia Hospital for Women; Gynecologist to Georgetown University Hospital. Stone, James S., A.B., A.M., M.D., 234 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Instructor in Alphabetical List of Fellows 173 Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Boston Children ' s Hospital. Stout, George Clymer, M.D., 161 1 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 189 1. Laryngologist and Aurist to Presbyterian Hospital. Strader, George Leslie, M.D., First National Bank Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Medical Department, University of Nebraska, 1899. Ophthalmologist and Otologist, St. John ' s Hospital. Strout, Eugene S., M.D., 910 Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Michigan, 1891. Oculist and Aurist, Northwestern Hospital. Stucky, Joseph Addison, M.D., 903 East Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky. University of Kentucky, Medical Department, 1878. St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky; President of Medical and Surgical Stafif, Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, Ken- tucky. Studdiford, William E., A.B., A.M., 124 East 36th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1891. Assistant Professor of Gynecology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Chief of Gynecological Clinic, Bellevue Hospital; Attending Obstetrician, New York Nursery and Children ' s Hospital. Stu«gis, Milton C, A.B., M.D., 514 Harvard Avenue, North, Seattle, Washington. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Assistant Surgeon, Seattle City Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, King County Hospital. Sturmdorf, Arnold, M.D., 51 West 74th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1886. Professor of Gynecology, New York Polyclinic School and Hospital; Attending Surgeon, New York Polyclinic Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Sudler, Mervin T., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., 805 Tennessee Street, Law- rence, Kansas. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, 1 901. Professor of Surgery and Head of the Department, Uni- versity of Kansas; Attending Surgeon, Bell Memorial Hospital. Sullivan, John Daniel, M.D., 74 McDonough Street, Brooklyn, New York. New York University, 1867. Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Attending Physician and Surgeon, St. John ' s Home. 174 American College of Surgeons SuLZER, GusTAVUS A., M.D., 237 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania, 1892. Summers, John E., M.D., 618-622 Brandeis Theatre Building, Omaha, Nebraska. College of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia), New York, 1 88 1. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Nebraska Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, Bishop Clarkson Memorial and Wise Memorial Hospitals; Visiting Surgeon and Chief of Staff, Douglas County Hospital. Sutherland, William Henry, M.D., CM., Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada. McGill Medical College, 1899. Chief Surgeon, Victoria Hospital. Sutton, Walter S., M.D., A.B., A.M., 650 Everett Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas. Columbia University. Associate Professor of Sur- gery, Kansas State University; Assistant Surgeon, St. Margaret ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Bell Memorial Hospital. Swan Charles Joseph, M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, nil Ms. Northwestern University Medical School, 1909; Hahne- mann Medical College, Chicago, 1890. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Evanston Hospital, Evanston, Illinois. SwEETSER, Horatio B., M.D., 706 Masonic Temple, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Medical Department, Columbia University, 1885. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Chief of Gynecological and Obstet- rical Department, Minneapolis City Hospital, Division B. SwoPE, Lorenzo W., M.D., Park Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Western Pennsylvania Medical College, 1896. Surgeon to Western Pennsylvania and Passavant Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon to Washington City Hospital and McKee ' s Rocks Hospital. Syms, Parker, M.D., 540 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Med- ical School of New York University, 1882. Clinical Professor Surgery, New York University and Bellevue Hospital Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Lebanon Hospital. Tait, Dudley, B.S., M.D., Butler Building, San Francisco, California. Faculty of Medicine, Paris, France, 1889. University of Cali- fornia, Surgical Research Department. Tate, Magnus Alfred, M.D., 19 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Medical College of Ohio, 1891. Obstetrician, Cincinnati Hospital. Taulbee, Jackson B., M.D., 311 Wall Street, Joplin, Missouri. College of Physicians and Surgeons, St. Joseph, Missouri, 1882; Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1888. Visiting Surgeon, St. Alphabetical List of Fellows 175 John ' s Hospital; Jane Chinn Hospital, Webb City, Missouri, and Carthage Hospital, Carthage, Missouri. Taussig, Frederick Joseph, A.B., M.D., 4506 Maryland Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1898. Associate in Gynecology, Washington University Medical School; Chief of Clinic, Gynecological Dispensary, Washington University; Gynecologist, Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital; Gynecologist, St. Louis City Hospital and City Sanitarium; Assistant Gynecologist, Washington University Hospital; Consult- ing Obstetrician, St. Louis Maternity Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Louis, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infirmary. Taylor, Howard Canning, Ph.B., M.D., 32 West 50th Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, 1891. Professor of Chnical Gynecology, Columbia University; Gynecologist to Roosevelt Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Tarry town " los- pital, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut, and Str nford Hospital, Stamford, Connecticut. Taylor, Henry Ling, Ph.B., M.D., 125 West 58th Street, ew York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Ne York, 1881. Professor Orthopedic Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Orthopedic Surgeon, Post-Graduate Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled; Surgeon, South- ampton, New York, Fresh Air Home and Daisy Fields Hospital, Englewood, New Jersey; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Moun- tainside Hospital, Montclair, New Jersey. Taylor, Lewis H., A.M., M.D., 83 South Frankhn, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1880. President of Board of Directors, Wilkes-Barre City Hospital. Terry, Wallace Irving, B.S., M.D., 240 Stockton Street, San Fran- cisco, Cahfornia. University of California, 1892. Professor of Surgery, University of California; Surgeon-in- Chief of the University of California Hospital. Thigpen, Charles Alston, A.M., M.D., First National Bank Build- ing, Montgomery, Alabama. Tulane University of Louisiana, 1888. Oculist and Aurist, St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Thompson, James Edwin, B.M., B.S., F.R.C.S., 3224 Broadway, Galveston, Texas. Universityof London, England, 1887. Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery, University of Texas; Surgeon, John Sealy Hospital. 176 American College of Surgeons Thompson, John Albert, B.S., A.M., M.D., 628 Elm Street, Cincin- nati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1884. Professor of Laryngol- ogy, Medical Department, University of Cincinnati-, Otologist and Laryngologist, Christ Hospital. Thompson, J. Ford, M.D., Cosmos Club, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland, 1857. Thompson, John H., M.D., 626 Bryant Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Georgetown University, 1875; College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1877. Ophthalmic Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital and Missouri Pacific Railway Hospital. Thorndike, Augustus, A.B., M.D., 601 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1888. Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Boston Children ' s Hospital. Thorne, Isaac Walton, M.D., 2101 Webster Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical College, 1896. Surgeon, Mary ' s Help Hospital. Throckmorton, George K., B.Sc, M.D., no North Seventh Street, Lafayette, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 1887. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Todd, Frank C, D.D.S., M.D., 506 Donaldson Building, Minne- apolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, Medical Depart- ment, 1892. Professor of Ophthalmology, Oto-Laryngology and Rhinology, and Chief of the Division of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat in the Medical School of the University of Minnesota; Chief of Staff, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Division, University of Minnesota Hospitals; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon to Hill Crest Surgical Hospital. TooKE, Frederic Thomas, A.B., M.D., CM., 368 Mountain Street, Montreal, Canada. McGill University, 1899. Demonstrator in Ophthalmology, McGill University; Assistant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Alexandra Hospital for Infectious Diseases, and Samaritan Hospital. ToRNEY, George H., M.D., War Department, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, 1870. ToRREY, H. N., B.S., A.M., M.D., 32 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. Johns Hopkins Medical School. Director of General Surgery, Detroit General Hospital. Trick, Harry R., M.D., 605 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1901. Instructor in Surgery, Medical Alphabetical List of Fellows 177 Department University of Buffalo; Clinical Assistant in Surgery, Buffalo General Hospital. Trout, Hugh Henry, A.B., M.D., 1303 Franklin Road, Roanoke, Virginia. University of Virginia, 1901. Surgeon-in- Chief of Jefferson Hospital. Truesdale, Philemon Edwards, M.D., 151 Rock Street, Fall River, Massachusetts. Harvard University, 1898. Surgeon, Highland Hospital and St. Anne ' s Hospital. Truslow, Walter, M.D., 67 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1895. Lecturer in Orthopedic Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Brooklyn Hospital and Kings County Hospital; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Seaside Hospital and Brooklyn Bureau of Charities. Tucker, Ernest Fanning, A.B., M.D., Medical Building, Park and Alder Streets, Portland, Oregon. Medical Department, Harvard University, 1884. Professor of Gynecology, Department of Medicine, University of Oregon; Visiting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. TuHOLSKE, Herman, M.D., LL.D., 453 North Taylor Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Missouri Medical College, 1870. Chief Sur- geon, Jewish Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. TUPPER, Paul Yoer, M.D., Wall Building, St. Louis, Missouri. . Hospital College of Medicine, Louisville, 1880. Clinical Pro- fessor of Surgery, Medical Department, Washington University; Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Missouri Baptist Sanitarium, Bethesda and St. John ' s Hospitals. TuRCK, Raymond Custer, M.D., 602 Consolidated Building, Jack- sonville, Florida. New York University, 1896. Extramural Professor of Surgery, Chicago Post-Graduate Medical School; Chief Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Turner, William George, A.B., M.D., CM., M.R.C.S., 179 Drum- mond Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill Medical Faculty, 1900. University College Hospital, London, 1904. Lecturer in Orthopedic Surgery, McGill University; Assistant Surgeon-in- Charge of Orthopedic Surgery, Royal Victoria Hos- pital. Tyson, Henry Hawkins, M.D., 47 West sist Street, New York, New York. University Medical College, New York, 1887. Instructor in Ophthalmology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical 178 American College of Surgeons Department Columbia University; Lecturer at New York Oph- thalmic and Aural Institute; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Herman Knapp Meniorial Eye Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Sea Breeze Hospital and Letchworth Village; Assistant, Eye Department, Vanderbilt Clinic. Uhle, Alexander A., M.D., A.B., 1701 Chestnut Street, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1898. Assist- ant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Philadelphia General Hospital; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Dispensary University Hospital; Chief of Urological Dispensary, German Hospital. Vail, Derrick T., M.D., 24 East 8th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami Medical College, 1890. Clinical Professor, Ophthalmology, Ohio- Miami Medica] College, Medical Department, University of Cincinnati; Ophthalmologist, Cincinnati Hospital. Vance, Ap Morgan, M.D., 835 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, 1878. Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital; Surgeon and Chief of Staff, Masonic Widows ' and Orphans ' Home and Infirmary; Surgeon on Staff of John N. Norton Memorial Infirmary; Con- sulting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Van der Poel, John, B.A., M.D., 56 West 56th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Uni- versity, 1 88 1. Vander Veer, Albert, A.M., M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., 28 Eagle Street, Albany, New York. Columbian University, Washington, Dis- trict of Columbia, 1862. Professor Surgery, Albany Medical College; Surgeon-in-Chief, Albany Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, South End Dispensary; Consulting Surgeon, Benedictine Hospital, Kingston, New York; Consulting Surgeon, Champlain Valley Hospital, Plattsburgh, New York. Vander Veer, Edgar A., Ph.B., M.D., 28 Eagle Street, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1898. Professor of Abdominal and Chnical Surgery, Albany Medical College; Attending Sur- geon, Albany Hospital. Van Lennep, William B., A.B., A.M., M.D., 1421 Spruce Street, Phil- adelphia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hos- pital, 1880. Dean and Professor of Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Senior Surgeon, Hahnemann Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Homeopathic Hospital, West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital, Camden, New Jersey; Crozer Hospital, Chester, Pennsylvania; and West Philadelphia General Homeopathic Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Alphabetical List of Fellows 179 Van Wart, George Clowes, M.D., 141 York Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. University of Pennsylvania, 1890. Victoria Public Hospital. Van Zwaluwenburg, Cornelius, M.D., iiii Main Street, River- side, California. Medical Department, University of Michigan, 1885. President Advisory Board, Riverside Hospital Asso- ciation. Vaughan, George Tully, M.D., 17 18 I Street, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia 1879; Belle vue Hospital Medical College, 1880. Professor and Head of Department of Surgery in Medical School of Georgetown University; Chief Surgeon, Georgetown University Hospital; Surgeon, Emergency Hospital and Tuberculosis Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Govern- ment Hospital for Insane. Veasey, Clarence Archibald, A.M., M.D., 404 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington. Jefferson Medical College, 1890. Oph- thalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Deaconess Hospital. Verhoeff, Frederick Herman, Ph.B., A.M., M.D., 5 Euston Street, Brookline, Massachusetts. Johns Hopkins University, 1899. Instructor in Ophthalmic Pathology, Harvard Medical School; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Pathologist, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Vineberg, Hiram N., M.D., CM., 751 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. McGill University, 1878. Associate Attend- ing Gynecologist, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist, Har Moriah Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Montefiore Home. Von Eberts, Edmond Melchior, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S., L.R.CP., 219 Peel Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University, 1897. Demonstrator of Clinical Surgery, McGill University; Surgeon to Out-Patient Department, Montreal General Hospital; Surgeon to Alexandra Hospital for Infectious Diseases. Wadsworth, Richard, M.D., 374 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mas- sachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Fellow in Gynecol- ogy, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon to Out-Patients, Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, Massachusetts. Wakefield, W. Francis B., M.B., M.D., CM., 1525 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. University of Toronto, 1893. Wales, Ernest de Wolfe, B.S., M.D., 605 Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Harvard Medical School, 1899. CHnical i8o A merican College of Surgeons Professor, Ear, Nose and Throat, Indiana University Medical School; Indianapolis City Hospital. Walker, Edwin, M.D., Ph.D., 712 South Fourth Street, Evansville, Indiana. Evansville Medical College, 1874; University of New York, New York, 1879. Surgeon, Evansville Sanitarium, Sur- gical Hospital. Walker, Frank B., Ph.B., M.D., 402 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1892. Secretary and Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital and Providence Hospital. Walker, George, M.D., i East Centre Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1888. Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Surgeon, Church Home and Infirm- ary and Union Protestant Infirmary. Walker, John B., A.B., M.D., 33 East 33d Street, New York, New York. Harvard University Medical School, 1888. Professor of Clinical Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital and Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled; Con- sulting Surgeon, Manhattan State Hospital. Walker, Thomas Dyson, A.B., M.B., CM., 156 Princess Street, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Edinburgh University, 1 89 1. Visiting Surgeon, General Public Hospital. Ward, George Gray, Jr., M.D., 71 West 50th Street, New York, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1891. Professor of Diseases of Women, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Instructor in Gynecology, Cornell University Medical College; Visiting Gynecologist to New York Post-Graduate Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist to Itahan Hospital and Monmouth Memorial Hospital, Long Branch, New Jersey. Ward, Wilbur, A.B., M.D., 24 West 50th Street, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1904. Associate in Gynecology, Columbia University; Chief of Clinic in Gynecology, Vanderbilt Clinic, Columbia University; Assistant Attending Gynecologist, Sloane Hospital for Women; Assistant Attending Obstetrician, City Hospital. Warnshuis, Frederick Cook, M.D., 91 Monroe Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids Medical College, 1902. Attending Surgeon, Butterworth Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows i8i Warren, John N., M.S., M.D., Davidson Block, Sioux City, Iowa. Miami Medical College, 187 1. Surgeon, Samaritan Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Wathen, John R., A.B., M.D., 526 South 4th Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, 1898. Professor of Prin- ciples and Practice of Surgery, and Clinical Surgery, University of Louisville; Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Ho spital and Louisville City Hospital. Watkins, Isaac LaFayette, M.D., 11 50 South McDonough Street, Montgomery, Alabama. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1878. Highland Park Sanitarium. Watkins, James Thomas, M.D., 350 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Medical Department of Columbia University, 1894. Chair of Orthopedic Surgery, San Francisco Polyclinic; Ortho- pedic Surgeon, San Francisco Polyclinic, San Francisco Hospital; Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. Watkins, Thomas J., M.D., 106 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1886. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; Gynecologist to St. Luke ' s Hospital. Watts, Stephen H., A.M., M.D., University of Virginia, University, Virginia. Johns Hopkins University, 1901. Professor of Surgery and Gynecology, University of Virginia; Surgeon-in-Chief, Univer- sity of Virginia Hospital. Webster, John Clarence, A.B., M.D., CM., F.R.C.P., F.R.S., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 1888. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecol- ogy, Rush Medical College, University of Chicago; Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital. Weeks, Alanson, M.D., 2513 Octavia Street, San Francisco, Cali- fornia. University of Michigan, Department of Medicine and Surgery, 1899. Chief Surgeon, Emergency Hospital. Wellington, John R., A.M., M.D., 1723 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbia Medical College, 1 89 1. Clinical Professor of Surgery, George Washington Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Garfield, Children ' s, and Casualty Hospitals. Wells, Brooks Hughes, M.D., 523 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1884. Professor of Gynecology, New York Poly- i82 American College of Surgeons clinic; Attending Gynecologist, New York Polyclinic; Consulting Gynecologist, Beth Israel Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Brattleboro (Vermont) Memorial Hospital. Welsh, D. Emmet, M.D., Wonderly Building, Grand Rapids, Mich- igan. Jefferson Medical College, 1878. Consultant, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, at Butterworth Hospital. Werder, Xavier Oswald, M.D., 714 Jenkins Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of New York, 1879. Professor of Gynecology, University of Pittsburgh; Mercy Hospital. Wescott, Cassius D., M.D., 22 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1883. Ophthalmologist to St. Luke ' s and Monroe Street Hospitals; Cojisulting Ophthalmologist to Edwards Sanitarium and Fresh Air Sanitarium. West, James Nephew, M.D., 71 West 49th Street, New York, New York. Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1891. Professor of Diseases of Women in the New York Post- Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist, New York Post- Graduate Hospital. West, Willla.m F., M.D., American National Bank Building, Everett, Washington. Chicago Homeopathic College, 1902. Westbrook, Richard Ward, M.D., 1145 Dean Street, Brooklyn, New York. Yale Medical Department, 1891. Consulting Sur- geon, Jamaica Hospital. Wetherill, Horace G., M.D., 310 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Pennsylvania, 1878. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s and Mercy Hospitals. White, Charles Stanley, M.D., 911 Avenue of the Presidents, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington Univer- sity, 1898. Associate Professor of Surgery, George Washington University; Professor Oral Surgery, George Washington Univer- sity; Visiting Surgeon, Emergency Hospital and George Wash- ington University Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Government Hospital for Insane. Whitman, Royal, M.D., M.R.C.S., 283 Lexington Avenue, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1883. Assistant Professor, Orthopedic Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Professor Orthopedic Surgery, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled; Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Hospital of St. John ' s Guild, and Polyclinic Hos- pital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 183 Wilder, William Hamlin, A.B., M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Medical College of Ohio, University of Cin- cinnati, 1884. Professor of Ophthalmology, Chicago Policlinic and Rush Medical College; Ophthalmologist, Presbyterian Hospital and Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Home for Crippled Children and Annie Durand Hospital for Infectious Diseases. Williams, Daniel Hale, M.D., LL.D., 3129 Indiana Avenue, Chicago, lUinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1883. Assistant Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Williams, Espy Milo, .M.D., Main Street, Patterson, Louisiana. Tulane University, 1904. Surgeon to St. Mary ' s Hospital. Williams, Hadley, M.D., CM., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., F.R.C.S., Queens Avenue, London, Ontario, Canada. Western University, London, Ontario, Canada, 1889. Head of Department of Sur- gery and Clinical Surgery, Western University; Examiner in Anatomy, Dominion Medical Council; Senior Surgeon, Victoria Hospital; Member Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Williams, Hugh, A.B., M.D., 301 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon at Natick, Gardner, and Peabody, Massachusetts, and Brattleboro, Vermont. Williams, J. Whitridge, A.B., M.D., Sc.D., 11 28 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1888. Dean, Johns Hopkins Medical School; Professor of Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins University; Obstetrician-in- Chief, Johns Hopkins Hos- pital. Williamson, William, M.D., CM., Watts Building, San Diego, California. McGill University, Montreal, 1891. Willien, Leon J., M.D., 330 North Seventh Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. St. Louis Medical College, 1867. Secretary, Board of Trustees of the Indiana Medical College; Surgeon and Gyne- cologist, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Willis, Achille Murat, M.D., Johnston-Willis Sanatorium Rich- mond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1904. Associate Professor Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Surgeon, John- ston-Willis Sanatorium and Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Vir- ginia; Abingdon Hospital, Abingdon, Virginia. 184 American College of Surgeons Willis, Park Weed, B.S., M.S., M.D., 1256 Empire Building, Seattle, Washington. University of Pennsylvania, 1891. Surgeon, Chil- dren ' s Orthopedic Hospital and Seattle City Hospital. WiLMER, William Holland, M.D., 1610 I Street, North West, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, 1885. Professor of Ophthalmology, Georgetown University; Attending Surgeon, Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Georgetown University and Emergency Hospitals. Wilson, H. Augustus, A.M., M.D., 161 1 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1879. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Jefferson Medical College; Emeritus Professor Orthopedic Surgery, Philadelphia Polyclinic; Orthopedic Surgeon, Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia General Hospital, St. Agnes ' Hospital. Wilson, Nelson W., M.D., 49 Niagara Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, 1898. Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery and Venereal Diseases, Medical Department, University of Buf- falo; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Buffalo General Hospital. Wiltsie, Sherald F., M.D., Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. Medical Department, University of Oregon, 1902. Winslow, John R., A.B., M.D., The Latrobe Apartments, Charles and Read Streets, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1888. Professor of Laryngology, University of Maryland; Laryngologist, University Hospital; Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospital; Consulting Laryngologist, Hospital for Crippled Children. Winslow, Randolph, A.B., M.D., A.M., LL.D., 1900 Mount Royal Terrace, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1873. Professor of Surgery, University of Maryland; Chief Surgeon, University Hospital, Surgeon, Hebrew Hospital. WiSHARD, William Niles, A.M., M.D., 723 Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana Medical College, 1874. Miami Medical College, 1876. Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases at the Indiana University School of Medicine; Consultant on Genito- Urinary Diseases, Indianapolis City Hospital, Protestant Dea- coness Hospital, and Methodist Hospital. WiSHART, D. J. GiBB, A.B., M.D., CM., L.R.C.P., 47 Grosvenor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. McGill University, 1885. Associate Professor in Oto-Laryngology, University of Toronto; Chief Surgeon in Oto-Laryngology, General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 185 WiSHART, John, M.D., F.R.C.S., M.R.C.S., 195 Dufferin Avenue, London, Ontario, Canada. Trinity College of Toronto, 1875. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. WiTHERBEE, Orville O., M.D., 427 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, California. Medical Department, Northwestern University, 1893. Professor of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Southern California; Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital. WiTHERSPOON, Thomas Casey, M.D., Murray Hospital, Butte, Montana. Missouri Medical College 1889. Surgeon, Murray Hospital. WiTHROw, John Murphy, A.B., A.M., M.D., 22 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Medical College of Ohio, 1884. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Ohio-Miami Medical College, Medical Department of Cincinnati University; Gynecologist to Cincinnati City Hospital and Christ Hospital. Witter, Frank C, M.D., 322 Mitchell Street, Petoskey, Michigan. University of Michigan, 1906. Surgeon, Lockwood Hospital. Wood, Casey Albert, CM., M.D., D.C.L., M.C.P.S.O., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Bishop ' s College, 1877; McGill University, 1906. Professor of Ophthalmology and Head of the Department, College of Medicine, University of Illinois; Ophthalmic Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital, Chicago. Wood, Hilliard, M.D., First National Bank Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, 1885. Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Medical Department, Vander- bilt University; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Vanderbilt, St. Thomas, and Nashville City Hospitals. Wood, James Craven, A.M., 816 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Michigan, Homeopathic Department, 1879. Pro- fessor of Surgical Gynecology, Cleveland-Pulte Medical College; Gynecologist, Huron Road Hospital, Cleveland; Consulting Gynecologist, Elyria Memorial Hospital, Elyria, Ohio. Woodruff, Thomas Adams, M.D., CM., L.R.C.P., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, lUinois. McGill University, 1888. Ophthalmic Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. WooLSEY, George, A.B., M.D., 117 East 36th Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1885. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital; Associate Visiting Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Peekskill Hospital. i86 American College of Surgeons Worrell, Jonathan P., M.D., 20 South Seventh Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. Medical Department of University of Pennsylvania, 1867. Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon to St. Anthony ' s Hospital. WoRTHiNGTON, Thomas Chew, M.D., I02 2 Madisou Avenue, Balti- more, Maryland. University of Maryland, 1876. Laryngologist and Rhinologist, Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; Visiting Laryngologist and Rhinologist, Union Protestant In- firmary. Wright, Arthur, M.B., 329 Church Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. University of Toronto, 1902. Demonstrator in Surgery, Medical Faculty, University of Toronto; Junior Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. Wright, Franklin Randolph, D.D.S., M.D., 707 Donaldson Build- ing, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnestoa, 1894. Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, University of Minnesota; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Minneapolis City Hospital. Wright, Thew, A.B., M.D., 479 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Medical Department, University of Buffalo, 1903. Instructor in Anatomy, University of Buffalo; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Buffalo General Hospital, Erie County Hospital, and Children ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Ernest Wende Hospital. Wynekoop, Gilbert H., B.S., M.D., 4500 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois. Lecturer in Surgery to Nurses of Lake View Hospital Training School; Lecturer in Dietetics at Augustana Hospital; Surgeon to Lake View Hospital. Yates, John Lawrence, Ph.B,, B.S., M.D., 141 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Johns Hopkins University, 1899. Pro- fessor of Surgery, Marquette University; Attending Surgeon, Milwaukee County Hospital and Emergency Hospital. Young, Hugh Hampton, A.B., A.M., M.D., 330 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Virginia, 1894. Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Associate Surgeon and Head of the Genito-Urinary Surgical Department, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Union Protestant Infirmary. Young, James Kelly, M.D., 222 South Sixteenth Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1883. Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Penn- sylvania; Professor Orthopedic Surgery, Polyclinic Hospital and Clinical Professor, Women ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Orthopedic Surgeon, Polyclinic Hospital; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Women ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 187 ZiEGLER, Charles Edward, B.E., Ph.B., A.M., M.D., Forbes and Halket Streets, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Penn- sylvania, 1900. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pitts- burgh; Medical Director, Obstetrician, and Gynecologist-in-Charge of the Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospital for Women of Pittsburgh. ZiMMER, Frederick Wm., M.D., 45 Monroe Avenue, Rochester, New York. Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1882. Lecturer to Nurses and Internes, Rochester General Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Rochester General Hospital; Surgeon, Roches- ter State Hospital. ZiNKE, E. GusTAV, M.D., 4 Seventh Avenue, West, Cincinnati, Ohio. Medical College of Ohio, 1875. Professor of Obstetrics, Medical Department of University of Cincinnati; Surgeon and Chief of StafiE, German Deaconess Hospital; Surgeon, Ohio Maternity Hospital. O cd cd W) o Ph • ra CO rH fe r: t5 ,i ?H O CO C! 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