American College of Surgeons - Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS STORAGE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS NINTH YEAR BOOK 1922 J Z 40 EAST ERIE STREET CHICAGO fW 10 Ml CONTENTS Fellowship Pledge vii Officers and Regents . ix Board of Governors . . . ' xiii Founders of the College xv General Statement Organization of the College i The Endowment Fund i The CHnical Congress of the American College of Surgeons 3 Requirements for Fellowship 4 Procedure of the American College of Surgeons in Consider- ing Candidates for Fellowship 6 Pan-American Progress 9 The New Home of the College 11 The Library 11 Department of Literary Research 12 The Great Mace Presented by the Consulting Surgeons of the British Armies 14 Rare Gift Presented by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 17 Convocations 18 Conferring of Honorary Fellowships in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 22 Academic Robe 28 State and Provincial Clinical Meetings . . . .29 Hospital Standardization 43 The Minimum Standard 44 List of " Approved " Hospitals 50 By-Laws 67 Honorary Fellows of the College 75 Fellows of the College, Listed by States, Provinces, and Cities 77 Fellows of the College, Listed Alphabetically . .267 Fellows Deceased 732 FELLOWSHIP PLEDGE [ECOGNIZING that the American Col- lege of Surgeons seeks to develop, exemplify, and enforce the highest tra- ditions of our calling, I hereby pledge myself, as a condition of Fellowship in the Q llege, to live in strict accordance with all its principles, declarations, and regulations. In par- ticular, 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 willing help to my colleagues and to give freely my services to the needy. tft 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. vu OFFICERS JOHN B. DEAVER, PhUadelphia President HENRY H. SHERK, Pasadena First Vice-President FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago Director General HARVEY CUSmNG, Boston President-Elect GEORGE P. MULLER, Philadelphia Secon d Vice-President ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago Treasurer BOARD OF REGENTS Term Expiring 1922 WALTER W. CHIPMAN, Montreal JOHN B. DEAVER, Philadelphia JAMES B. EAGLESON, Seattle JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore CHARLES H. MAYO, Rochester J. BENTLEY SQUIER, New York Term Expiring 1923 WILLIAM C. BRAISTED, Washington FRANEXIN H. MARTIN, Chicago ROBERT E. McKECHNIE, Vancouver FREDERICK W. PARHAM, New Orleans CHARLES H. PECK, New York Term Expiring 1924 GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland DANIEL F. JONES, Boston ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago ALEXANDER PRIMROSE, Toronto GEORGE de SCHWEESTITZ, Philadelphia IX OFFICERS 1913-1916 JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore President WALTER W. CHIPMAN, Montreal First Vice-President FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago Secretary General JOHN G. BOWMAN, Chicago Director RUDOLPH MATAS, New Orleans Second Vice-President ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago Treasurer 1916-1917 GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland President RUDOLPH MATAS, New Orleans First Vice-President FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago Secretary General JOHN G. BOWMAN, Chicago Director ROBERT G. LeCONTE, Philadelphia Second Vice-President ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago Treasitrer 1917-1919 WILLIAM J. MAYO, Rochester President RUDOLPH MATAS, New Orleans First Vice-President FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago Secretary General JOHN G. BOWMAN, Chicago Director CHARI.es E. KAHLKE, Chicago Second Vice-President ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago Treasurer 1919-1920 GEORGE E. ARMSTRONG, Montreal JOHN G. BOWMAN, Chicago President Director RUDOLPH MATAS, New Orleans First Vice-President FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago Secretary General HORACE PACKARD, Boston Second Vice-President ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago Treasurer 1920-1921 JOHN B. DEAVER, Philadelphia President HARVEY G. MUDD, St. Louis First Vice-President FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago Secretary General JOHN G. BOWMAN, Chicago Director CHARLES E. SAWYER, Marion Second Vice-President ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago Treasurer BOARD OF REGENTS 1913-1916 GEORGE E. ARMSTRONG, Montreal GEORGE E. BREWER, New York HERBERT A. BRUCE, Toronto FREDERIC J. COTTON, Boston GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore WILLIAM D. HAGGARD, NashviUe CHARLES F. STOKES, New York EDWARD MARTIN, PhUadelphia 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 1916-1917 GEORGE E. ARMSTRONG, Montreal HERBERT S. BIRKETT, Montreal GEORGE E. BREWER, New York FREDERIC J. COTTON, Boston GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore WILLIAM D. HAGGARD, Nashville CHARLES F. STOKES, New York EDWARD MARTIN, Philadelphia FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago CHARLES H. MAYO, Rochester ROBERT E. McKECHNIE, Vancouver ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago HARRY M. SHERMAN, San Francisco FRANK F. SIMPSON, Pittsburgh 1917-1919 GEORGE E. ARMSTRONG, Montreal HERBERT S. BIRKETT, Montreal GEORGE E. BREWER, New York FREDERIC J. COTTON, Boston GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore TLLIAM C. GORGAS, New York WILLLAM D. HAGGARD, Nashville EDWARD MARTIN, Philadelphia FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago CHARLES H. MAYO, Rochester WILLIAM J. MAYO, Rochester ROBERT E. McKECHNIE, Vancouver ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago HARRY M. SHERMAN, San Francisco FRANK F. SIMPSON, Pittsburgh 1919-1920 GEORGE E. BREWER, New York WALTER W. CHIPMAN, Montreal GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland HARVEY GUSHING, Boston JAMES B. EAGLESON, Seattle JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore WILLIAM C. GORGAS, New York WILLIAM D, HAGGARD, NashviUe FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago CHARLES H. MAYO, Rochester WILLIAM J. MAYO, Rochester ROBERT E. McKECHNIE, Vancouver ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago ALEXANDER PRIMROSE, Toronto G. E. DE SCHWEINTZ, Philadelphia J. BENTLEY SQUIER, New York XI BOARD OF REGENTS — Continued Tekm Expiring 1920-1921 GEORGE E. ARMSTRONG, Montreal CHARLES H. MAYO, Rochester WILLIAM C. BRAISTED, Washington ROBERT E. McKECHNIE, Vancouver WALTER W. CHIPMAN, Montreal ALBERT J. OCHSNER, Chicago GEORGE W. CRILE, Cleveland F. W. PARHAM, New Orleans HARVEY GUSHING, Boston CHARLES H. PECK, New York JAMES B. EAGLESON, Seattle ALEXANDER PRIMROSE, Toronto JOHN M. T. FINNEY, Baltimore G. E. de SCHWEINITZ, Philadelphia FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, Chicago J. BENTLEY SQUIER, New York Xll BOARD OF GOVERNORS TERM EXPIRING 1922 George A. B. Addy William S. Baer David W. Basham William T. Belfield Herbert S. Birkett John T. Bottomley John J. Buchanan Robert S. Cathcart Gordon K. Dickinson Robert L. Dickinson Joseph Rilus Eastman W nxiAM S. Elkin Joseph M. Flint Louis Frank W. Edward Gallie Guy LeRoy Hunner Frank LeMoyne Hupp James A. Hutchison Merritte W. Ireland Edward Jackson Charles W. Kollock John Wesley Long William E. Lower C. Jeff Miller James F. Mitchell St. John Baltimore Wichita Chicago Montreal Boston Pittsburgh Charleston Jersey City Brooklyn Indianapolis Atlanta McCloud Louisville Toronto Baltimore Wheeling Montreal Washington Denver Charleston Greensboro Cleveland New Orleans Washington Daniel Morton Harris P. Mosher Henry P. Newman Charles C. Norris Richard F. O ' Neill Hugo O. Pantzer Frederick W. Parham William W. Pearson Norval H. Pierce Miles F. Porter Alexander PRorROSE Charles R. Robins Samuel Robinson Charles L. Scudder Richard R. Smtth William H. Smith J. Bentley Squier Raymond P. Sullivan John E. Summers W. Burton Thorning Raymond C. Turck Horace G. Wetherill William H. Wilder James Craven Wood E. Gustav Zinke St. Joseph Boston San Diego Philadelphia Boston Indianapolis New Orleans Des Moines Chicago Fort Wayne Toronto Richmond Santa Barbara Boston Grand Rapids Winnipeg New York New York Omaha Houston Jacksonville Denver Chicago Cleveland Cinciimati TERM EXPIRING 1923 Edward W. Archibald Samuel C. Baldwin John M. Baldy Joseph C. Beck Frederic A. Besley John F, Binnie William N. Bispham Joseph C. Bloodgood Hermann J. Boldt J. Wesley Bovee George E. Brewer W. B. Brinsmade Montreal Salt Lake City Philadelphia Chicago Chicago Kansas City Washington Baltimore New York Washington New York Brookljrn Herbert A. Bruce Henry T. Byford Hugh Cabot Walter W. Chipman John G. Clark William L. Cousins Walter G. Crump Thomas S. Cullen Hugh S. Gumming Edward P. Davis Wells P. Eagleton Palmer Findley Toronto Chicago Ann Arbor Montreal Philadelphia Portland New York Baltimore Washington Philadelphia Newark Omaha XlU XIV American College of Surgeons Russell S. Fowler T. H. Halstead T. J. Harris John S. Helms George M. Horton Jabez N. Jackson Edward S. Judd Robert Lewis Howard Liuenthal WiLUAM H. Lxtedde Henry K. MacDonalt N. J. MacLean W. Neil McDonell Brooklyn Syracuse New York Tampa Seattle Kansas City Rochester New York New York St. Louis Halifax Winnipeg Washington Aaron B. Miller Alexander S. Monro Dean W. Myers Emmet Rixford Hubert A. Royster Henry H. Sherk J. Garland Sherrill Frederic N. G. Starr Wallace I. Terry Roy Upham John B. Walker George Gray WardJr. D. J. GiBB WiSHART Syracuse Vancouver Ann Arbor San Francisco Raleigh Pasadena Louisville Toronto San Francisco Brooklyn New York New York Toronto TERM EXPIRING 1924 Brooke M. Anspach William C. Braisted Howard R. Chislett Richard W. Corwin Gilbert Fitz-Patrick RuFUS E. Fort Charles H. Frazier Leonard Freeman J. Riddle Goffe Joel E. Goldthwait William D. Haggard Jasper Halpenny William M. Harsha Chevalier Jackson Daniel F. Jones Charles E. Kahlke Allen B. Kanavel John W. Keefe William N. Keller Edward L. Keyes, Jr. Bransford Lewis Dean Lewis Leroy Long Fred Bates Lund Frank W. Lynch Philadelphia Washington Chicago Pueblo Chicago Nashville Philadelphia Denver New York Boston Nashville Winnipeg Chicago Philadelphia Boston Chicago Chicago Providence Tacoma New York St. Louis Chicago Oklahoma City Boston San Francisco Archibald MacLaren Arthur T. Mann Frederick W. Marlow Edward Martin Franklin H. Martin Charles H. Mayo William J. Mayo Robert E. McKechnee Hugh McKenna Lewis S. McMurtry Frederick Menge E. E. Montgomery Harvey G. Mudd Edward H. Nichols George H. Noble Albert J. Ochsner Horace Packard Reuben Peterson Damon B. Pfeiffer Eugene B. Sanger Arthur Carroll Scott Ernst A. Sommer Harry N. Torrey Myles Standish T. Casey Witherspoon St. Paul Minneapolis Toronto Philadelphia Chicago Rochester Rochester Vancouver Chicago Louisville Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Boston Atlanta Chicago Boston Ann Arbor Philadelphia Bangor Temple Portland Detroit Boston Butte FOUNDERS OF THE COLLEGE Robert Abbe Amos W. Abbott Louis Abramson Frank C. Ainley EuoT Alden Carroll W. Allen Lyman Allen Edgar Allin Nathaniel Allison E. Wyllys Andrews Frank T. Andrews E. W. Archibald George E. Armstrong Alfred B. Atherton Charles S. Bacon William S. Baer Alvtn 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 WnxARD Bartlett A. T. Bazin Carl Beck E. H. Beckman SiMON C. Beede Bertram M. Bernhebc Frederic A. Besley Arthltr Dean Bevan George A. Bingham J. F. Binnie H. S. Birkett W. H. Bishop New York Minneapolis Shreveport Los Angeles Los Angeles New Orleans Burlington Edmonton St. Louis Chicago Chicago Montreal Montreal Fredericton Chicago Baltimore Portland Boston Kalamazoo Brooklyn Salt Lake City Philadelphia Detroit Washington San Francisco Lexington Westmont Chicago Lexington St. Louis Westmont Chicago Rochester David City Baltimore Chicago Chicago Toronto Kansas City Montreal New York Dougal Bissell Vilray p. Blair Joseph A. Blake John Bapst Blake R. J. Blanchard A. L. Blesh Joseph C. Bloodgood Rupert Blue J. A. Bodine Arthur H. Bogart John Bion Bogart Hermann J. Boldt William Cline Borden Washington Lewis C. Bosher Richmond John T. Bottomley R. E. Boucher J. Wesley Bov£e Frank Boyd Geoffrey Boyd E. G. Brackett B. J. Brandson George E. Brewer GeorgeW.W. Brewster Boston William B. Brinsmade Brooklyn New York St. Louis New York Boston Winnipeg Oklahoma City Baltimore Washington New York Brooklyn Brooklyn New York Boston Vancouver Washington Paducah Toronto Boston Winnipeg New York Clark D. Brooks LeRoy Broun Daniel J. Brown JOHN Young Brown Rexwald Brown Truman W. Brophy Herbert A. Bruce William E. Bruner C. DeWitt Bryant Joseph D. Bryant John J. Buchanan Coleman G. Bxiford Frank E. Bunts H. C. Burgess James BxiEtRY James C. Burt Henry T. Byford Detroit New York Springfield St. Louis Santa Barbara Chicago Toronto Cleveland Omaha New York Pittsburgh Chicago Cleveland Montreal Chicago Pittsburgh Chicago Deceased XV XVI American College of Surgeons Hugh Cabot George W. Cale, Jr. Irving H. Cameron Kenneth Cameron T. G. Campbell •R. P. Campbell William F. Campbell Roy B. Canfield VV. P. Carr N. B. Carson J. Henry Carstens Robert S. Cathcart R. L. Catterson S. A. Chauant •John W. Chambers W. W. Chipman Arthur L. Chute John G. Clark S. M. D. Clark Frederick A. Cleland Farrar Cobb Guy Cochran Ernest Amory Codman H. C. CoE Robert C. Cofpey Alexander R. Colvin William M. Conant Frederick J. Cotton William Lewis Cousins •E. B. Cragin George W. Crile Wn-LLAM R. CUBBINS Ernest K. Cuixen Thomas S. Cullen •Robert M. Curts Harvey Gushing •Marshall L. Cushman C. G. Darling William Barrach Asa Barnes Davis B. B. Davis Edward P. Davis Joh n Staige Davis Lincoln Davis S. Grifi ' ith Davis, Jr. Charles Davidson EwiNG Welber Day John Blair Deaver Henry B. Delatour Boston Joseph B. DeLee Chicago St. Louis C. B. G. de NANCRioE Ann Arbor Toronto W. A. Dennis St. Paul Montreal Robert L. Dickinson Brooklyn Vancouver Edward T. Dillon Los Angeles Montreal William T. Dodge Big Rapids Brooklyn E. J. Doering Chicago Ann Arbor R. V. Dolbey Vancouver Washington W.A. Newman Dorland Chicago St. Louis Walter B. Dorsett St. Louis Detroit C. N. Dowd New York Charleston Francis G. DuBose Selma Spokane E. C. Dudley Chicago Pittsburgh Warren L. Duffield Brooklyn Baltimore Charles E. Durant Haverhill Montreal J. B. Eagleson Seattle Boston Samuel T. Earle, Jr. Baltimore Philadelphia Joseph Rilus Eastman Indianapolis New Orleans William A. Edwards Los Angeles Toronto Charles F. Eikenbary Spokane Boston Daniel Eisendrath Chicago Los Angeles John M. Elder Montreal Boston William S. Elkin Atlanta New York H. Bert Ellis Los Angeles Portland Charles A. Elsberg New York St. Paul Frank R. England Montreal Boston John F. Erdmann New York Boston William L. Estes Bethlehem Portland Edward Evans LaCrosse New York Duncan Eve Nashville Cleveland George L. Eyster Rock Island Chicago Daved S. Fairchild Clinton Detroit Oliver J. Fay Des Moines Baltimore Marcus Feingold New Orleans Paterson Mathias Figuera Brooklyn Brookline Palmer Findley Omaha Lansing J. M. T. Finney Baltimore Ann Arbor W. A. Fisher, Jr. Baltimore New York Edwin Howe Fiske Brooklyn New York Ralph R. Fitch Rochester Omaha Richard H. Follis Baltunore Philadelphia A. McKenzie Forbes Montreal Baltimore Robert D. Forbes Seattle Boston Charles B. Ford Seattle Baltimore Russell Story Fowler Brooklyn Chicago Jacob Frank Chicago Pittsburgh Charles H. Frazier Philadelphia Philadelphia Leonard Freeman Denver Brooklyn Thomas R. French Brooklsm Founders oj the College xvu W. J. Frick Homer Gage W. E. Gallie H. P. H. Galloway A. E. Garrow Otto C. Gaub George Gellhorn Arpad G. Gerster Herman B. Gessner Charles L. Gibson Harold Gxeford Thomas L. Gxlmer Joel E. Goldthwait George S. Gordon David W. Graham W. W. Grant William P. Graves J. D. Griffith LeGrand Guerry J. A. GUNN George W. Guthrie W. D. Haggard Francis R. R gner RuFus Bartlett Hall J. Halpenny Albert E. Halstead C. A. Hamann Luther H. Hamilton Oliver D. Hamlin Granville S, Hanes F. B. Harrington M. L. Harris Archibald C. Harrison William M. Harsha John A. Hartwell George L. Hays Edward B. Heckel Alfred J. Helton George A. Hendon W. B. Hendry A. E. Hertzler Herbert W . Hewitt Howard Hill D. A. HiNGSTON Louis J. Hirschman B. C. Hirst Junius C. Hoag Gerry R. Holden WnxiAic B. Holden Kansas City Worcester Toronto Winnipeg Montreal Pittsburgh St. Louis New York New Orleans New York Omaha Chicago Boston Vancouver Chicago Denver Boston Kansas City Columbia Winnip eg Wilkes-Barre Nashville Washington Cincinnati Winnipeg Chicago Cleveland Portland Oakland Louisville Boston Chicago Baltimore Chicago New York Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Yakima LouisviUe Toronto Kansas City Detroit Kansas City Montreal Detroit Philadelphia Chicago Jacksonville Portland J. Shelton Horsley George M. Horton l. w. hotchkiss Henry W. Howard Walter Clarke Howe Joshua C. Hubbard Raleigh R. Huggins John Mason Hundley T. W. Huntington Frank LeMoyne Hupp J. W. Hutchinson R. J. Hutchinson James A. Hutchison J. M. Ingersoll Chevalier Jackson Jabez N. Jackson John D. Jackson WiLLLAM R. Jackson John Edward Jennings F. W. Johnson JosEPH Taber Johnson Peer P. Johnson George Ben Johnston August F. Jonas Daniel Fiske Jones William Warner Jones E. S. Judd Charles E. Kahlke Maurice Kahn Frederic Kammerer Allen B. Kanavel John W. Keefe C. B. Keenan Howard A. Kelly E. L. Keyes, Jr. Frederick C. Kidner Frederick A. Kiehle Edmund E. King J. H. King Daniel LaFert6 Frank H. Lahey Adrian V. S. Lambert Arthltr Ayer Law Albert I. Lawbaugh Robert G. LeConte J. E. Lehmann SOUTHGATE LeIGH George A. Leland Charles G. Levison Richmond Seattle New York Los Angeles Boston Boston Pittsburgh Baltimore San Francisco Wheeling Montreal Grand Rapids Montreal Cleveland Pittsburgh Kansas City Danville Mobile Brookl) ! Boston Washington Beverly Richmond Omaha Boston Toronto Rochester Chicago Leadville New York Chicago Providence Montreal Baltimore New York Detroit Portland Toronto Cranbrook Detroit Boston New York Minneapolis Calumet Philadelphia Winnipeg Norfolk Boston San Francisco XVlll American College of Surgeons 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 S. Lobinger Los Angeles F. A. L. Lockhart Montreal Charles D. Lock wood Pasadena James E. Logan Kansas City John Wesley Long Greensboro •Howard W. Longyear Detroit John Prentiss Lord Omaha Robert W. Lovett Boston William E. Lower Cleveland Henry B. Luhn Spokane Fred B. Lund Boston William C. Lusk New York Frank J. LuTZ St. Ix)uis C. J. Lynch Yakima Frank W. Lynch Chicago J0HN S. Mabon Pittsburgh James W. Macfarlane Pittsburgh Granville MacGowan Los Angeles K. A. J. Mackenzie Portland Harry G. Mackid Calgary Archibald MacLaren St. Paul Murray MacLaren St. John N. J. Maclean Wmnipeg •Ernest P. Magrxxder Washington W. J. O. Malloch Toronto Arthur T. Mann Minneapolis •Matthew D. Mann Buffalo Walter P. Manton Detroit J. G. R. Manwaring Flint •James W. Markoe New York Frederick W. Marlow Toronto E. Denegre Martin New Orleans Edward Martin Philadelphia •Frank Martin Baltimore Franklin H. Martin Chicago James Monroe Mason Birmingham William M. Mastin Mobile Rudolph Matas New Orleans John W. Maury Memphis Charles H. Mayo Rochester William J. Mayo Rochester L. L. McArthur Chicago J. A. McCoLLUM Toronto Arthur T. McCormack Bowling Green John C. McCoy Paterson Edward B. McDaniel Portland John R. McDill Milwaukee •Theodore A. McGraw Detroit Stuart McGuire Richmond Robert E. McKechnie Vancouver J. E. McKenty Winnipeg Walter McKeown Toronto James F. McKernon New York Lewis S. McMurtry Louisville F. X. McPhillips Vancouver •Floyd Wilcox McRae Atlanta Frederick Menge Chicago E. W. Meredith Pittsburgh William F. Metcalf Detroit Frank H. Mewburn Calgary Willy Meyer New York C. Jeff Miller New Orleans G. Brown Miller Washington Harold A. Miller Pittsburgh Robert T. Miller, Jr. Pittsburgh Albert R. Mitchell Lincoln A. S. Monro Vancouver E. E. Montgomery Philadelphia E. C. Moore Los Angeles •James E. Moore Minneapolis M. L. Moore Los Angeles Andrew S. Moorhead Toronto John F. Moran Washington William H. Morley Detroit Robert T. Morris New York Lewis B. Morton Los Angeles Harvey G. Mudd St. Louis Edward W. Mulligan Rochester •James G. Mumford Clifton Springs Fred T. Murphy St. Louis •John B. Murphy Chicago Francis W. Murray New York James M. Neff Spokane Thomas R. Neilson Philadelphia Henry P. Newman San Diego Edward Hall Nichols Boston Herbert S. Nichols Portland George Henry Noble Atlanta A. J. OCHSNER Chicago John Chadwick Oliver Cincinnati Founders of the College XIX J. H. Oliver Robert B. Osgood Horace Packard Charles E. Paddock Omar B. Pancoast Frederick W. Parham RoswELL Park Walter R. Parker ROLLAND ParMETER Charles H. Peck J. R. Pennington J. F. Percy John W. Perkins Guy S. Peterkin Reuben Peterson NoRVAL H. Pierce S, C. Plummer John Osborn Polak Charles A. Porter John L. Porter Miles F. Porter Wllllam C. Posey Walter B. Power Charles A. Powers A. Primrose S. W. Prowse E. P. Quain JOSEPH RaNSOHOFF J. Morrison Ray Alfred Raymond Charles A. L. Reed RiCHARD A. Reeve L. H. Reicheldei er Edward Reynolds J. J. Richardson W. W. Richardson H. M. Richter Benjamin M. Ricketts Harold E. Rldewood H. W. RiGGS Hunter Robb Frederick W. Robbins J. A. Roberts John B. Roberts Ernest F. Robinson John T. Rogers John L. Rothrock Hubert A. Royster Jacques C. Rushmore Indianapolis Boston Boston Chicago Baltimore New Orleans Buffalo Detroit Detroit New York Chicago Galesburg Kansas City Seattle Ann Arbor Chicago Chicago Brooklyn Boston Chicago Fort Wayne Philadelphia Redlands Denver Toronto Winnipeg Bismarck Cincinnati Louisville Seattle Cincinnati Toronto Washington Boston Washington Los Angeles Chicago Cincinnati Victoria Vancouver Cleveland Detroit Toronto Philadelphia Kansas City St. Paul St. Paul Raleigh Brooklyn John D. Rushmore William W. Russell C. E. Ruth E. S. Ryerson Edwin W. Ryerson Harold P. Salter Bacon Saunders b. r. schenck Louis E. Schmidt William E. Schroeder Arnold Schwyzer GusTAv Schwyzer Wallace A. Scott Charles L. Scudder M. G. Seelig Ralph H. Seelye AuRELius RrvES Shands C. W. Sharples Norman S. Shenstone Henry Howard Sherk Harry M. Sherman J. Garland Sherrill Walter A. Sherwood Arthur M. Shipley Harold Sidebotham David Silver G. SiLVERTHORN Channing C. Simmons Frank F. Simpson R. M. Simpson John DeVinne Singley Roland E. Skeel William H. Skene Oliver Cotton Smith Rea Smith Richard R. Smtih 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 Charles W. Stewart George D. Stewart Brooklyn Baltimore Des Moines Toronto Chicago Norfolk Fort Worth Detroit Chicago Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis Toronto Boston St. Louis Springfield Washington Seattle Toronto Pasadena San Francisco LouisvUle Brooklyn Baltimore Santa Barbara Pittsburgh Toronto Boston Pittsburgh Winnipeg Pittsburgh Cleveland Portland Hartford Los Angeles Grand Rapids Winnipeg San Francisco Portland Washington Brooklyn New York Boston Toronto Toronto Washington Chicago Newport New York XX American College of Surgeons William Stickney Rutland Stanley Stillman San Francisco Lewis a. Stimson New York Charles F. Stokes Washington Isaac S. Stone Washington James S Stone Boston W. E. Studdeford New York Milton C. Sturgis Seattle John E. Summers Omaha H. B. Sweetser Minneapxjlis 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. 0. Turner Montreal Edgar A. Vander Veer Albany W. B. VanLennep Philadelphia C. Van Zwaluwenburg Riverside George Tully Vaughan Washington EdmondM.VonEberts Montreal W. F. B. Wakeeield San Francisco Frank B. Walker Detroit George Walker Baltimore John B. Walker New York Thoj£AS Dyson Walker George G. Ward, Jr. Wilbur Ward John R. Wathen Thomas J. Watkins Stephen H. Watts J. Clarence Webster Alanson Weeks John R. Wellington Brooks Hughes Wells X. O. Werder Richard W. Westbrook Horace G. Wetherill Charles S. White William H. Wilder Espy Milo Williams Hadley Williams J. Whitridge Williams A. Murat Willis Park Reed Willis William H. Wilmer H. Augustus Wilson Randolph Winslow David J. G. Wishart John Wishart O. O. Witherbee T. Casey Witherspoon John Murphy Withrow Frank C. Witter Casey A. Wood James Craven Wood George Woolsey Arthur Wright John Lawrence Yates Hugh Hampton Yoins o E. GusTAV Zinke St. John New York New York Louisville Chicago University Chicago San Francisco Washington New York Pittsburgh Brooklyn Denver Washington Chicago Paterson London Baltimore Richmond Seattle Washington Philadelphia Baltimore Toronto London Los Angeles Butte Cincinnati Petoskey Chicago Cleveland New York Toronto Milwaukee Baltimore Cinciimati GENERAL STATEMENT ORGANIZATION OF THE COLLEGE THE American College of Surgeons is a society of surgeons of North and South America which aims to include within its Fellowship all who are of worthy character and who possess a practical knowledge of the science and art of surgery. The College is fundamentally concerned with matters of character and of training, with the betterment of hospitals and of teaching facihties in medical schools and hospitals, with laws which relate to medical practice and privilege, and with an imselhsh protection of the pubUc from incompetent medical service. The College was organized on May 5, 1913, in Washington, D. C, wh en four hundred and fifty prominent surgeons came to- gether 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 con- sisted 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 Roches- ter, Frederic J. Cotton of Boston, George Emerson Brewer of New York, John M. T. Finney of Baltimore, Walter W. Chipman of Montreal, George W. Crile of Cleveland, and Franklin H. Martin of Chicago. By-laws, rules, and regulations were adopted, and the Board of Regents, the Board of Governors, and officers of the College were elected. Details of these matters are pubUshed in the Year Book and in bulletins of the College. THE ENDOWMENT FUND In order to provide fimds for the organiza tion of the College, an initial fee of fifty dollars from each Fellow was voted at the 2 American College of Surgeons first meeting. Realizing that the income to be derived in this manner was temporary and inadequate, and desiring to place the College on a sound financial basis, the Fellows voted in June, 1914, to raise an Endowment Fund of one million dollars. This plan provided that the Endowment should be invested in perpetuity and only the income used for the budget of the College. It developed later that the educational work of the College called for expenditures beyond the income provided by the interest of the Endowment, and the Fellows of the College, at the annual meeting held in Philadelphia in 1916, voted that those who had not subscribed to the fund should be assessed by annual dues of twenty-five dollars each. The full resolution provided: 1. That the initial Fellowship fee of the College is $100, pay- able upon notification of election to Fellowship. The initial Fellow- ship fee of candidates whose applications were filed at the executive offices of the College before November i, 1914, is $50. 2. That annual dues of the College are provided as follows: 1. That the annual dues of the Fellows of the College be $25, payable January i. 2. That all Fellows who have subscribed $500 to the En- dowment Fund of the College be exempt from annual dues. 3. That the total amount required of any Fellow in annual dues or other fees shall not exceed $500. 4. That the Board of Regents cancel the indebtedness of any Fellow of the College, without publicity, to whom, in its judgment, such dues are a hardship. 5. That no Fellow of the College be asked to contribute any fee whatever to the College eith er after sixty-five years of age or after he has retired from the active practice of surgery. More than half a million dollars has already been raised for the Endowment, and the Regents desire to bring the fund up to one million dollars as rapidly as possible. A Fellow may become a life member of the College at any time by subscribing five hundred dollars to the permanent Endowment Fund. Subscription cards, The Endowment Fund 3 similar to the illustrated form, may be obtained from the Director General of the College. In case of death all unpaid balances are cancelled. ENDOWMENT FUND I hereby subscribe Five Hundred Dollars {$506) to the Endowment Fund of the American College of Surgeons, the amount to be paid in install- ments as follows: Date Amount Date Amount Date Amount $ $ $ $ $ $ I further agree to pay interest on unpaid balances of this pledge at the rate of 5 per cent per annum. Signed Date THE CLINICAL CONGRESS OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS By the joint action of a committee appointed by the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of North America and of the Regents of the College, the Clinical Congress of Surgeons became, on October 25, 191 7, the Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons. The following resolution effected the merger of these two organiza- tions: Whereas, the past presidents of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons were, on October 26, 1916, in Philadelphia, appointed as a Committee with power to act, to confer with the American College of Surgeons with a view to closer afl liation between these two organizations; and Whereas, the Regents of the College, in accordance with Section VI, Article 3 of the By-Laws of the College, constitute a governing board with power to act with regard to the proposed affliation. Now, therefore. 4 American College of Surgeons Be It Resolved, that it is the unanimous decision of the Com- mittee of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of North America, as above stated, and of the Regents of the American College of Sur- geons in joint session, first, that for the welfare of the two organiza- tions the management and the control of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons shall be vested hereafter in the American College of Surgeons; second, that hereafter the Clinical Congress of Surgeons shall be known as the Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons with its invited guests. The past presidents of the CUnical Congress of Surgeons are Dr. Albert J. Ochsner of Chicago, Dr. Edward Martin of Phil- adelphia, Dr. George E. Brewer of New York, Dr. John B. Murphy of Chicago, Dr. Charles H. Mayo of Rochester, Dr. Fred B. Lund of Boston, Dr. John G. Clark of Philadelphia, and Dr. William J. Mayo of Rochester. REQUIREMENTS FOR FELLOWSHIP Immediately after the organization of the College the Board of Regents authorized the appointing of Committees on Creden- tials. These Committees consist of the Central Committee which reports its recommendations for Fellowship directly to the Regents, and of State and Provincial Committees which report to the Central Committee. In a separate bulletin the requirements for admission are pub- lished in detail. Briefly stated, these requirements are as follows: 1. The candidate shall be a graduate in medicine, licensed to practice medicine in his respective state or province, or accepted as a medical officer in the service of his country. 2. To be eligible for Fellowship without technical examination the candidate shall be a graduate of a medical school approved by the American College of Surgeons. If the candidate ' s school of graduation is not accredited by the American College of Surgeons, he may be required to pass a technical examination in one subject or all subjects of the medical curriculum. Requirements for Fellowship 5 3. The candidate shall give evidence that he has served at least one year as interne in a creditable hospital and two years as surgical assistant, or he shall give evidence of apprenticeship of equivalent value. Five to eight years after graduation in medicine, devoted to special training and to practice, are normally the time- requirement for eHgibiUty to Fellowship. Due importance is attached to laboratory and research work. 4. The moral and ethical fitness of the candidate shaU be determined by reports of surgeons whose names are submitted by the candidate himself, and by such other reports and data as the Credentials Committee and the administration of the College may obtain. 5. The professional activity of the candidate shall be re- stricted to the study, diagnosis, and operative work in general surgery or in special fields of surgery, such as eye, ear, nose, and throat, genito-urinary, orthopedics, and gynecology and obstetrics, as follows: First, if the candidate resides in a city of less than fifty thousand inhabitants, at least fifty per cent of his professional activity shall be restricted to practice of general surgery or to practice within special fields of surgery as stated. Second, in cities of over fifty thousand inhabitants, at least eighty per cent of the professional activity of the candidate shall be restricted to practice of general surgery or to practice within special fields of surgery. In other words, the College desires to admit to its Fellowship only those who are primarily speciaHsts in surgery, and the minimum proportion of specialization which is acceptable may vary according to the size of the city in which the candidate resides. 6. The candidate shall make formal apphcation for Fellow- ship. Blank forms for this purpose may be had from the Director General of the College upon request. 7. In making apphcation for Fellowship the candidate shall sign a declaration which reads as follows: " Upon my honor as a gentleman, I hereby declare that I will not practice the division of fees, either directly or indirectly, in any manner whatsoever. " 6 American College of Surgeons In the meaning of this declaration the signer agrees that in order to obviate any semblance of division of fees, he will as a general principle of practice not collect fees for others referring patients to him; nor permit other doctors to collect fees for him; nor make joint fees with physicians or surgeons referring patients to him for operation or consultation. 8. As evidence of his qualifications in the technique of surgery, the candidate is requested to submit in complete detail the case records of fifty consecutive major operations which he has per- formed himself. 9. In addition to the complete case records of fifty consecu- tive major operations, the candidate is asked to submit in brief abstract a report of at least fifty other major operations in which he has acted as assistant or which he has performed himself. ID. Surgeons widely recognized by the profession as progres- sive leaders and exponents of finished technique may, by a unan- imous vote of the Board of Regents, be admitted to Fellowship on recommendation of the Committee on Examinations. II. The Regents of the College reserve the right to alter as they may think proper, the regulations respecting admission of Fellows to the College. PROCEDURE OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN CONSIDERING CANDIDATES FOR FELLOWSHIP The American College of Surgeons pursues a definite routine program in receiving and considering appUcations for Fellowship in the College. Before a final decision is reached an appUcant ' s papers must necessarily pass through several stages. In outUne, these are as follows: I. Any legahzed practitioner in medicine in North and South America may apply for Fellowship, and an appUcation blank will be forwarded by the College upon receipt of a request. Candidates for Fellowship 7 2. The formal application which is required of all candidates for Fellowship supplies the following information: Date and place of birth; preHminary education; medical schools attended as an under-graduate and as a graduate; hospitals in which interneship or residentship was served; period of assistantship and with whom; present hospital connections; medical teaching positions; specialty and period of specialization; percentage of professional activity devoted to surgery or one of the surgical specialties; research conducted; medical society affiliations; and a list of personal contributions to medical literature. The candidate is also required to furnish five references, and to sign a pledge against the practice of the division of fees. 3. Upon receipt of the formal application, the College en- deavors to verify the statements recorded therein. Each individual given as a reference is communicated with and is asked to fill out a comprehensive questionnaire that will furnish definite statements about the candidate ' s surgical judgment and ability, and con- fidential information about his moral and ethical standing. A questionnaire is also sent to Fellows of the College who live in the vicinity of the candidate. 4. When the data received from this preliminary survey are complete the candidate ' s application is then presented to the Credentials Committee of his state or province for recommenda- tion. The state or provincial Committee, acting as a preliminary court makes its recommendation upon the evidence as presented together with such facts concerning the candidate as may be in the possession of the individual members of the Committee because of personal acquaintance. 5. In favorably considering a candidate for Fellowship, the State Committee on Credentials suggests the following procedure: a. If the candidate is under forty years of age he be required to submit case histories; b. If the candidate is over forty-five years of age, he be admitted without having to submit the case histories; c. If the candidate is between forty and forty-five years of age, he be or be not required to submit the case histories, as may be determined by the Central Committee on Credentials. Candidates 8 American College of Surgeons required to submit case histories are notified of the requirements for Fellowship on that basis. 6. According to a resolution adopted by the Board of Regents on October 28, 1921, all applicants for Fellowship in the American College of Surgeons whose appUcations shall bear a date later than January i, 1923, will be required to furnish the Committee on Examinations fifty complete case-records of major surgical opera- tions. AppUcants over forty years of age may have the histories of these operations prepared by assistants. 7. When case-records are received from a candidate they are referred to the Committee on History Reviews. This Committee is comprised of a group of competent surgeon s who volunteer to serve in the capacity of examiners, and who spend many hours in the execution of their task. After each set of records has been carefully reviewed by the Committee, a summary of the findings with the recommendation signed by the examiner is attached to the records for the guidance of the Central Committee on Cre- dentials, 8. All accumulated evidence that has come into the executive ofl ces is finally brought before the Central Committee on Creden- tials. This Committee, as the higher court, peruses in detail the records of each candidate, sifts all the evidence on file in regard to his qualifications, and makes its recommendation. 9. One of three recommendations is made by the Central Com- mittee: Acceptance, rejection, or postponement. An application may be postponed to enable the executive offices to secure further evidence of the candidate ' s fitness or unfitness for Fellowship; to afford the candidate an opportunity to correct or elaborate his records, which may have been lacking in some particulars; or to give the candidate an opportunity to prove that he is doing a sufficient amount of surgery to entitle him to Fellowship. 10. The central office endeavors to give every candidate for Fellowship such information as will aid him in completing his records. If his case-records are lacking in any essential which in the judgment of the Committee can be corrected, he is notified Candidates for Fellowship g of the fact and an opportunity is given him to supply the omissions. Throughout its dealings with the candidate the central office endeavors to simplify the routine as much as possible, and to aid each appUcant for membership in his task of furnishing satisfactory evidence of his qualifications. 11. Occasionally complaints are filed in the central office against what is considered unnecessary " red tape " in determining a candidate ' s qualifications for Fellowship. It is absolutely necessary that the uniform regulations formulated for the admis- sion of candidates by the executive offices after several years of experience should be disinterestedly observed. Even though the candidate may appear most worthy to the officials of the College, short-cut methods cannot be employed without subjecting the Committee to severe criticism and lessening the judicial standing of the College. 12. The central office for obvious reasons must decline to furnish information about a candidate ' s appHcation to other than the candidate himself. 13. Any candidate who is rejected, or whose candidature is delayed, may make a direct appeal to the Board of Regents for information. 14. The State and Provincial Committees on Credentials of the College are elected by the Fellows in the respective states and provinces, one-half of the membership being retired at each yearly election. The Central Committee on Credentials is appointed by the Board of Regents, and is changed from year to year. PAN-AMERICAN PROGRESS In the Spring of 1920, Dr. W. J. Mayo, ex-President, and the Director General of the College visited Panama, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay in behalf of the American College of Siu-geons. The 1921 Year Book of the College contains an outline of the affiliation between the surgeons of South and North America which resulted from this trip. lo American College of Surgeons The Director General again journeyed to South America in the Spring of 192 1, on this occasion accompanied by Dr. Thomas J. Watkins of Chicago, a Governor of the College. In addition to the countries which were visited the previous year the itinerary included the United States of Brazil, and was supplemented by a visit to the Republics of Ecuador and Bolivia by Dr. Francis P. Corrigan of Cleveland, Ohio, as official representative of the College. The medical profession of South America was found to be both ready and wilhng to affiliate with the American College of Surgeons, and the representatives of the College received a most cordial reception at the hands of their southern confreres. Thirty-five South American surgeons were admitted to Fellowship at the 1920 Convocation in Montreal; at the 1921 Convocation held in Philadelphia, Fellowships were conferred upon fifty-four candi- dates, five of these being from Argentina, three from Bolivia, twenty-three from Brazil, ten from Chile, four from Ecuador, one from Peru, and eight from Uruguay. A number of leading South American surgeons were recom- mended by the Board of Regents for Honorary Fellowship of the College, and four of them received this degree at the Philadel- phia Convocation. Because of the ruling established by the Board of Regents that Honorary Fellowships shall not be conferred in absentia, several distinguished South American surgeons who were selected for this honor will receive the honorary degree at a future Convocation. Committees on Credentials have been appointed in each of the seven countries in which there are Fellows of the College, and a number of applications for Fellowship from surgeons in these coimtries are now on file and under consideration for future membership. It is contemplated that the Latin American countries with which we do not have an affiliation at the present time shall be visited at as early a date as possible in order that the College may be truly Pan-American in its scope. In our work of extending Fellowship to South American surgeons we have had the most hearty cooperation of the South SOUTH AND EAST EXPOSURE LOWER ENTRANCE HALL THE NEW HOME OF THE COLLEGE HKH HHI THIS BUILDING BY CITIZENS OF PRESENTED ' 1I1CA fRANK G. LOOA CKRUS H. rtcCORM LDITII ROCKirELLEfi Mel ,«MES yPATf :COi?OE M. REYMC iLIUS TOSEN ) MARTII )»iK( ' CEORC LUDORA " L. J. lliL ' UUU E. WYLLrS ANDRtWS CHARLES S. BACON CHANNING W. BARRETT W. L. BAU» ' EMIL C. BECK JOSEPrt C. BECK FREDERIC A. BESLEr " FRANK BRAWLEr TRUMAN W. BROPHY C0LEM4M C. BUrORD CEORCE N. BUSSEY HOWARD R. CniSLETT DWICHT F. CkAR B. C.CORBUS,, WILLIAM R. CUBBINS CARL B. DAVIS CHARLES DAVrSOU; PHILIP S. DOANE E.J. OOERING. W. A.NEWMAN DORLAND DASIEL N. ' ElSENOR ' ATH COURNEE FELLOWS W. A. FISHER R. E. FLANNERY. ERNEST J. FORili ' IRA FRANK EDCAR J. CEORCE THOMAS L.CILMER ELMER L. KENYAN V. y_ irSPIN455E ' FRANKLIN MARY C. .■;...,.,, J. D. McOCWAN JAMES J. McGUINN FRANK D, MOORE ■A. -J. OCHSNER ESwaRD H. OCHSN! A. A. O ' NEILL DANIEL A. ORTH W. R. PARKES ffAMBAL ' oi INNENSCHETrr , D. A.. K. STEELE, CHARLES ' STOLTZ RICHARD H. STRCb C.J. S ' A-ANT ;OR. " r r THOMPSON ' . ' ■RL WAGNER .L WALTER ). WATKINi ..-,...:..t, WEBSTFR AXEL WERELIJS ASSIUo D. WESCOTT, william h. wilder- t j. william w. j. woolston, ' :kt h, wynekoop ' a.c. zimmermam Pan-American Progress ii American diplomatic representatives in Washington, of the Pan- American Union, and of our own Department of State. Four surgeons were sent to the Philadelphia Convocation as official representatives of their respective countries. THE NEW HOME OF THE COLLEGE On May i, 1920, the administrative offices of the American College of Surgeons were transferred to the permanent location at 40 East Erie Street, Chicago. The new home of the College, which is a commodious and handsome structure with adjoining land suitable for future extension, was purchased and presented to the College by public- spirited lay citizens of Chicago and a group of Fellows of the College residing in that city. The home, besides furnishing an adequate business office for the College, will provide a dignified and suitable meeting place for local and visiting surgeons. This property, coming to the College as an absolute gift, becomes a valuable asset, and its central location in the heart of Chicago makes it an ideal permanent home for the institution. The adjoining pages contain a reproduction of the bronze tablet which adorns the building and which records the names of those who contributed to its purchase, and also two cuts which very imperfectly illustrate the building with its surroundings. This property is within a few blocks of the center of the business loop of Chicago, and in a location that is not only ideal for the home of our institution but one in which the land value will rapidly increase. The Fellows of the American College of Surgeons are invited to inspect the new home and to make it their headquarters when visiting Chicago. THE COLLEGE LIBRARY In accordance with the action of the Board of Regents last June, the assembling of a large reference Ubrary is one of the very vital tasks before the Fellows of the College at the present time. 12 American College of Surgeons A library built up by the Fellows of the College, for the Fellows of the College and the future members of the surgical profession of America, is bound to become a most complete and valuable col- lection of surgical literature. It cannot fail to grow rapidly. Such a Ubrary, to be representative of the best in American surgery, must contain the works of each and every member of the College. The Board has asked that each Fellow contribute auto- graphed copies of books and reprints of articles written by him. In addition, it has requested him to send in a list of the books and journals, bound and unbound, which he is willing to donate or loan to the College from his private collection. The Boaxd has also laid stress upon the collection of old works of historical interest. Every effort is being made to obtain the cooperation of the medical publishers, other medical libraries, and the general medical profession throughout the country. Eighty medical journals and year books have already placed the College Library upon their complimentary maiUng lists. Soon special funds and endowments will be forthcoming, it is hoped, for the purchase of various groups of books and for the completion of the journal files. Already the requests have brought a sufficiently hearty response to overflow the available shelf space and to make the College feel the need of the new building, a portion of which will be especially devoted to a research library, with seminar rooms for intensive study, reading rooms, and suitable stack space. Let the College set as its goal for the coming year the accumula- tion of a working reference library, which will be of immediate service to each Fellow. THE DEPARTMENT OF LITERARY RESEARCH The Department of Literary Research will bring such a library within the reach of all the Fellows. Every effort will be made to meet the needs both of the surgeon in the large centers who is too busy to spend hours in a library and has no editorial department in his clinic, and of the pioneer surgeon in the outlying districts. For the latter, there will be special files of clippings, abstracts, and The Department of Literary Research 13 unbound journals, which may be loaned upon request. No pains will be spared in getting to him quickly the data needed on a diffi- cult case or for the preparation of a paper. The Department wiU do for the Fellows, wherever they may be located, what the editorial or publication department of a large chnic does for the staff of that clinic. It will assist Fellows in the preparation and pubHcation of their scientific books, papers, or lectures. It will prepare special bibliographies, collect material, and make abstracts and translations on any given surgical subject. There will be trained persons on the staff for the various types of editorial work, and with the gro th of the Department there will be specialized workers who can be sent out to assist in the preparation of surgical monographs. Later this Department, like the publication depart- ment of a clinic, will assist commissions composed of Fellows in the making of surveys, analyses, and statistical studies, based on various branches of the work of the Fellows. With the establish- ment of the Library in the near future, it is hoped that the Depart- ment will be able, through an endowment, to render a reasonable amount of service to each Fellow as a part of his yearly membership privileges. The need for such service is obvious. Only the largest chnics have editorial staffs. The high cost of literary assistance given by individuals in libraries or by any of the existing bureaus makes it absolutely prohibitive to the average surgeon. The Department in the meantime is giving these various types of Uterary assistance to Fellows at a minimum cost, sufficient only to cover the actual expense of the individual piece o f work. That the Fellows are glad to have such work done under the supervision of the College is evidenced by the number and variety of requests which have already been received. During the development of the College Library, the Department has the use of the already existing medical Ubraries in Chicago. The Department is making every effort to give the greatest service to the greatest number and eventually, through an endowment, to bring the service within the reach of all. 14 American College of Surgeons THE GREAT MACE PRESENTED TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS BY THE CONSULTING SURGEONS OF THE BRITISH ARMIES This Mace has been designed so as to tell in a symbolic way of the close union between British and American surgery, and of the ties which unite Great Britain to Canada and to the United States of America. It retains the traditional shape and proportions of the Civic Mace of the seventeenth century, and is of hand-wrought chiselled and repouss silver gilt. It was made by Omar Ramsden, who embodied in his design some suggestions of the donors. The Dedicatory Inscription engraved on the plate under the Crown sets forth that the Mace is a gift " From the Consulting Surgeons of the British Armies to the American College of Surgeons, in memory of mutual work and good-fellowship in the Great War, 1914-1918. " The Crown Shaped Finial is formed of six rich scroll but- tresses upholding the " Sacred Flame of Science " issuing from a mortar of antique pattern, the model of which was recently found on the field of battle near Salonika. These buttresses spring from a cresting composed of alternating Maple leaves and American Eagles interwined with the Serpents of Esculapius, while the position usually occupied by a band of jewels in a monarchical crown is filled with the words " The American College of Surgeons. " The Body or Head is divided into six panels by the Winged Caduceus, being an ornamental rendering of the badge of the United States Army Medical Corps. The panels set forth the following " Achievements at Arms " in delicate and finely detailed repouss work: 1. The full Blazon of the United States of America. 2. The Dominion of Canada. 3. The Royal College of Surgeons of England. 4. The Badge of the Royal Army Medical Corps. 5. The Shields of Arms of John Hunter and Lord Lister. 6. A Cartouche bearing the words " Philip Syng Physick 1768-1837, Father of American Surgery. " THE GREAT MACE Presentation of Great Mace 15 The lower portion of the Head is decorated with a symbol ic band of water indicating the ocean which both unites and separates America and the Mother Country. The latter is symbolized by the British Lion Brackets of highly chiselled work which support the head and terminate the upper part of the staff. The talons of the lion ' s feet grip the hammered decoration of the upper knop, which consists of a design of American and Canadian Maple seed-pods and heart-shaped spaces. This hammered work is protected by boldly projecting, soUd, jewel-like bosses of chiselled work. The Staff is decorated with a free design of the national floral emblems of the United Kingdom — the Rose, the Thistle, the Shamrock, and the Leek. Intertwined among these are a number of ribbon scrolls, each one of which bears the name of one of the donors. The Foot bears, as decoration, the root form from which the above spring and a series of six small shields which may be used for possible future arms of inscriptions. The extreme bottom knop is fluted with leaves of Isailis tinctoria. The various parts are held together, in the traditional manner, by a rod of British Oak cut from a tree grown at Wytham, Berks. The extreme length is 3 feet 11) inches, and the weight of silver is 140 ounces troy. Consulting Surgeons of the British Armies Who Gave the Great Mace to the American College of Surgeons. Sir Charles A. BaUance, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.V.O. Su: Hamilton Ballance, K.B.E., O.B. Sir Gilbert Barhng, Bart., C.B. Seymour BarUng, C.M.G. Sir Anthony Bowlby, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., D.S.M. (U. S. A.) Dr. Herbert A. Bruce Frederic Burghard, C.B. H. Burrows, C.B.E. A. Carless, C.B.E. i6 American College of Surgeons Sir A. Chance, C.B.E. Charles C. Choyce, C.M.G., C.B.E. Sir Kennedy Dalziel R. Davies-Colley, C.M.G. T. P. Dunhill, C.M.G. J. M. Elder, C.M.G. Sir Crisp English, K.C.M.G. H. A. Fairbank, D.S.O. C. H. S. Frankau, C.B.E., D.S.O. Forbes Eraser, C.B.E. Sir Peter Freyer, K.C.B. A. Fullerton, C.B., C.M.G. George Cask, C.M.G., D.S.O. Sir Henry Gray, K.B.E., C.B. Sir Robert Jones, K.B.E., C.B., D.S.M. (U.S.A.) R. E. Kelly, C.B. Sir Arbuthnot Lane, Bart., C.B. Sir William Lister, K.C.M.G. V. Warren Low, C.B. Sir George Makins, G.C.M.G., C.B. Sir Arthur Mayo-Robson, K.B.E., C.B., C.V.O. A. B. Mitchell, O.B.E. Sir Berkeley Moynihan, K.C.M.G., C.B. Sir Thomas Myles, C.B. T. H. Openshaw, C.B., C.M.G. Colonel A. Pilcher, C.B., D.S.O. Owen Richards, C.M.G., D.S.O. Sir Hugh Rigby, K.C.V.O. Percy Sargent, C.B., D.S.O. James Sherren, C.B.E. Thomas Sinclair, C.B. Maynard Smith, C.B. Sir Harold Stiles, K.B.E. James Swain, C.B., C.B.E. Sir Charters Symonds, K.B.E., C.B. Sir William Taylor, K.B.E. Sir John Lynn-Thomas, K.B.E., C.B. Presentation of Great Mace 17 Alexis Thomson, C.M.G. Sir William Thorburn, K.B.E., C.B. A. H. Tubby, C.B., C.M.G. H. Wade, C.M.G., D.S.O. Sir Cuthbert WaUace, K.C.M.G., C.B. Sir Charles Gordon Watson, K.B.E., C.M.G. A. Webb- Johnson, C.B.E., D.S.O. Sir W. de C. Wheeler RARE GIFT PRESENTED TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS BY THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND A gift of priceless paleontological value was made to the American College of Surgeons by Sir William Taylor, K.B.E., F.R.C.S., and by Sir Robert Hy Woods, M.Ch. (Hon.), Past Presi- dent R.C.S.L, both of Dublin, in the name of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. It consisted of the antlers of the extinct Megaceros Hibernicus, popularly known as the Irish Elk, which was found in a bed of marl underlying the peat bog of Bally Batagh. Below is a copy of the inscribed plate which accompanied the gift. HEAD OF EXTINCT IRISH DEER (UEGACEEOS HIBERNICUS) PRESENTED TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS BY THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND OCTOBER, 192 1 Although there are other specimens in existence, this particular specimen is unusual, both by virtue of its perfect condition and of i8 American College of Surgeons its great size. It weighs more than 70 pounds and has a spread of over 5 feet. It was found in 1876, by Mr. W. Williams, a naturalist and geologist, and formed the subject of an article by him in the Geological Magazine, August, 1881. This gift will make a unique and valuable addition to the present collection of heads and antlers already in the College home. CONVOCATIONS The first Convocation of the College was held in Chicago on November 12, 1913. The Fellowship address was delivered by Sir Rickman Godlee, Bart., K.C.V.O., LL.D., F.R.C.S., President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Fellowships were conferred upon 1,059 candidates. At this time Sir Rickman pre- sented to the College the following greetings 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 suc- cessful career and fill a position beneficial alike to the Profession and to the Community. " 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 part in the opening Ceremony, we desire to show how we appreciate the intention of the American College to strengthen the bonds that already unite the Medical Profession amongst 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. Convocations 19 " In witness whereof we have caused the Common Seal of the College to be hereunto affixed this 9th day of October, 1913. President Rickman J. Godlee Vice-Presidentss _ ' _ ,, ( Frederic Eve. " The second Convocation was held in Philadelphia on June 22, 1914. Fellowships were conferred upon 1,065 candidates. The Fellowship address was delivered by Dr. James G. Mumford of Clifton Springs, New York. The third Convocation was held in Washington, D. C, on the evening of November 16, 1914. Fellowships were conferred upon 646 candidates. The Fellowship address was delivered by Dr. Edward H. Bradford, Dean of Harvard Medical School. The fourth Convocation was held in Boston on October 29, 1 91 5. Fellowships were conferred upon 484 candidates. The Fellowship address was delivered by President E. J. James of the University of Illinois. The fifth Convocation was held in Philadelphia on October 27, 1916. The Fellowship address was dehvered by President John H. Findley of the University of the State of New York, and Fellowships were conferred upon 228 candidates. The sixth Convocation was held in Chicago on October 26, 191 7. Fellowships were conferred upon 313 candidates, 37 of these being in the regular service of the United States Army and 25 in the regular service of the United States Navy. The occasion was a great mihtary gathering, hundreds of medical officers being present on leave. The Fellowship address, entitled " What is the War About, " was dehvered by Sir Berkeley Moynihan, K.C.M.G., F.R.C.S., Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps. The seventh Convocation of the College was scheduled to be held in New York on the evening of October 25, 1918. On October 12, because of the prevalence of influenza throughout Canada and the United States, the Regents considered it imperative to cancel the meeting. In the meantime the surgeons from England, France, and Italy who had accepted the invitation of the College to take part in 20 American College of Surgeons the Clinical Congress program had sailed for New York. These surgeons were Sir Thomas Myles, C.B., F.R.C.S., Dublin, Ireland, Honorary Surgeon to His Majesty Kmg George, Consulting Sur- geon, Irish Command, Member Board of Consultants, British War Office, and Senior Surgeon, Richmond Hospital, Dublin; Lieutenant Colonel Raflfaele Bastianelli, F.R.C.S., ItaUan Army Medical Corps, Rome, Italy, Associate Professor of Clinical Surger % Royal University, and Surgeon-in-Chief, First Pavillion, Hospital PoHclinico Umberto I; Major Pierre Duval, French Army Medical Corps, Paris, France, Consulting Surgeon to Seventh Army, Honorary Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Paris, and Sur- geon to hospitals of Paris; Colonel George Ernest Gask, C.M.G., D.S.O., F.R.C.S., London, England, Consulting Surgeon, British Expeditionary Forces, Joint Lecturer on Surgery, St. Barthol- omew ' s Hospital, University of London, and Surgeon in Charge of Out-Patients, St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital; Major George Grey Turner, F.R.C.S., Royal Army Medical Corps, Newcastle-on- Tyne, England, Lecturer on Surgery, University of Durham, and Honorary Assistant Surgeon, Royal Infirmary, Newcastle-on- Tyne; and Major Adrien L. P. Piollet and Major Henri Beclerc, both of the French Army Medical Corps. Lieutenant Colonel George E. Brewer of New York, at the time in service in France, came with these guests as the official representative of the Medical Corps with the American Expeditionary Forces. In order that the value of the messages which these surgeons brought from the allied lines at the front might not be lost as a result of the cancelled meeting, the College arranged visits to as many of the surgical centers in this country as possible. These visits included Washington, where the foreign guests were greeted by President Woodrow Wilson; Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, where approximately 1,500 doctors were in training; Minneapolis, Roches- ter, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and New York. The seventh Convocation was held in New York on October 24, 1 919, when 325 candidates from the preceding year were formally admitted to Fellowship together with 213 new candidates. The Fellowship address was delivered by Sir Anthony Bowlby, Convocations 21 K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., F.R.C.S., of London, Senior Vice- President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. The eighth Convocation was held in Montreal on October 15, 1920, this being the first Convocation to be held in the Dominion of Canada. Fellowships were conferred upon 691 candidates, 497 of these being from the United States, 156 from Canada, 35 from South America, and 3 from China. The Fellowship address was dehvered by Sir William Taylor, of Dublin, Ireland. At the Presidential Meeting of the Clinical Congress, held on the evening of October 11, 1920, the first John B. Murphy Oration on Surgery was dehvered by Sir Berkeley Moynihan, K.C.M.G,, C.B., of Leeds, England. At the same meeting the Great Mace described on page 14, was presented to the American College of Surgeons by the Consulting Surgeons of the British Armies in the World War. The ninth Convocation of the College was held in Philadelphia on October 28, 1921. Fellowships were conferred upon 724 can- didates, 646 of these being from the United States and possessions, 18 from Canada, 54 from South America, 3 from China, i from Korea, i from Syrifi, and i from Bahrein Islands. The Fellowship address was dehvered by Sir Harold J. Stiles, K.B.E., Edinburgh, Scotland. Honorary Fellowships were con- ferred upon Su: Harold J. Stiles, K.B.E., Edinburgh; Su: Robert Hy Woods, M.Ch. (Hon.), Past President, R.C.S.L, Dubhn; Professor Hans Christian Jacobaeus, M.D., Stockholm; Professor Jean Frederic de Quervain, M.D., Berne; Jan Schoemaker, M.D., The Hague; Miguel H. Alcivar, M.D., Guayaquil, Ecuador; Guillermo Gastaneta, M.D., Lima, Peru; Joao Alves de Lima, M.D., Sao Paulo, Brazil; Jos6 de Mendonca, M.D., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Surgeon General Edward Rhodes Stitt, United States Navy, Washington, D. C. An interesting feature of the Convocation was the cere mony incident to the conferring of Honorary Fellowships in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland upon eight distinguished American surgeons, the details of which are recorded on pages 22 to 28. 22 American College of Surgeons The second Doctor John B. Murphy Oration on Surgery was delivered by Dr. William J. Mayo of Rochester, Minnesota, at the Presidential Meeting of the Clinical Congress, held on the evening of October 24, 1921. CONFERRING OF HONORARY FELLOWSHIPS IN THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND The ceremony of conferring Honorary Fellowships in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland upon eight eminent American Surgeons was an occasion of deep interest to all Fellows of the College who were present at the ninth Convocation. The delegation from the Irish College consisted of Sir Robert Hy Woods, M.Ch. (Hon.), Past President, R.C.S.L, and Sir WiUiam Taylor, K.B.E., C.B., also a Past President, R.C.S.L These distinguished guests of the American College were intro- duced by Dr. Harvey Gushing of Boston, who said: " On March 2, 1784, a College of Surgeons came into the world, as was quite fitting in a Maternity Hospital. This was none other that the famous Dublin Rotunda founded long before by Surgeon Bartholomew Moss, but the event of which I speak took place not in a ward but in the Board Room and by Royal proclamation. " To the country of Jonathan Swift, of OUver Goldsmith, and of Edmund Burke the world owes a great debt. But in medicine no less than in literature and pubUc affairs have Irishmen stood high in the English-speaking world. The medical history of ancient Erin reaches back to times prehistoric, when Druids were priests and physicians. She had in Thomas Molyneux in the 17th century a figure likened to the English Sydenham, and the following years have produced Irishmen whose names are per- manently enrolled among the leaders of our profession. " Irish doctors have not always stayed in Ireland for their life ' s work, but the names of some of those who did we may recall in association with their great contributions, John Cheyne and •Published in full in the oflacial Journal, Surgery, Gynecology, and Obstetrics, November, igai, Vol. XXXIII, page 463. Convocations 23 Hydrocephalus, Abraham Colles and Colles ' Law, Robert Adams and Heart-Block, Corrigan and Aortic Insufficiency, — but above all there stand out two figures, Robert Graves and William Stokes, to whom students the world over flocked for inspiration at their rounds in the old Meath Hospital, where they so long served as friends and colleagues. " Surgery, physic, and midwifery were not so differentiated in their day as in ours, and so it is that such a one as Abraham Colles, twice President of the College and its Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, is no less famed for the law he estabHshed before the spirochete was discovered than for the description of the fracture with which his name is coupled on the lips of every medical student the world over. " Another of the band of Irish surgeons who made Dublin famous in Colles ' day was Sir Phihp Crompton, four times President of the College between the years 181 1 and 1856 and one of the founders of that unique organization, the Zoological Society of Dublin. Members of the medical profession have indeed always been prominent in the highly cultivated and select social circle for which Dublin, like Edinburgh, has been so celebrated. " In the winter of 1917-18, the Base Hospital to which I was attached had as its neighbor in Wimereux a hospital set up on the site where, one hundred years before. Napoleo n had gathered his legions for an invasion of England. This was No. 83 Dublin General Hospital, the Chief Surgeon and organizer of which was Colonel Sir William Taylor, then President of the Irish College; and we learned to love and respect him and the members of his Unit, not only for their personal qualities but for the stand they had taken in regard to the war. At that time, in May of 191 8, there had been something over one thousand persons holding degrees of the Irish College who had been in uniform; thirty-five of them had been killed in action or had died in service; thirty-six had received the Military Cross; forty-five the Distingmshed Service Order; and one hundred seventy-three had been ' mentioned in despatches. ' I may give a single instance of what it may mean for an Irish doctor to be mentioned in despatches. 24 American College of Surgeons " ' Captain Henry James Burke, R.A.M.C., for conspicuous gallantry on November 8, 191 5, near Turco Farm. A sergeant in the front line had his leg crushed by the blowing in of a dug-out, and Captain Burke found immediate amputation necessary. In order to save time he crawled across the open to get his instruments, while the enemy turned a machine gun on him. In spite of their fire he returned the same way, and coolly performed the operation in the trench while the enemy were sheUing it heavily. ' " Irishmen do not do things according to precedent. Chary of its honorary degrees, the Irish College, though it has been known to give its honors in absentia, has never before, so far as I am aware, sent delegates to another country to confer them. But these delegates should feel at home in a land to which, since the estabhshment of the colonies, the Irish have come in such shoals that now the largest ward of DubUn is in South Boston, and the County Mayo in the minds of many is identified with Rochester, Minnesota. " Favored indeed may our own American College regard itself by the acts of friendship displayed, first by the Royal College of Surgeons of England in sending its President, Sir Rickman John Godlee, to our inaugural, and by the gift from members of their College (representing the Consulting Surgeons of the Armies of Britain) of the beautiful mace before us which will always figure in our future ceremonies. Now come representatives from the still older Irish College to bestow their honors on a few of our Fellows as a mark of their good will to us all. " It is my privilege, gentlemen, to introduce to you Sir WiUiam Taylor and Sir Robert Hy Woods, of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. " Sir William T aylor presented the United States surgeons for Honorary Fellowship in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland as follows: " It is an unspeakable delight to me to be here amongst you again, and I shall long cherish the honor which has fallen to me to come here on this occasion. " I now beg to propose that the President of the American Convocations 25 College of Surgeons do leave the Chair temporarily, and that Sir Robert Woods, Acting President of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, do take the Chair. " Mr. President: It is only right and proper that nations which have a common inheritance in language, institutions, customs, and sympathies, and which are actuated by the same high ideals of love of liberty and of justice, should do honor to each other, and I do not believe there is a place on the habitable surface of the glob e so appropriate for such a function as that in which we are now engaged, as this City of Philadelphia. " If I remember my Greek aright, Philadelphia is derived from two Greek words, do and adeX o , which translated freely mean ' Brotherly Love. ' " The responsibiUty of my duty is great, but yet greater is the happiness that it has fallen to my lot, in these days of pohtical and sectarian disputes in our country, to be able to speak of the unanimous and genuine pleasure that the intention on the part of our College of conferring these Honorary Fellowships created throughout the length and breadth of the land. " We trust that the honors now about to be conferred by us as the representatives of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland may be taken, not only as an appreciation on the part of the College of the distinguished services rendered by each of the recipients to the great advance in the science and art of surgery, and of the very exalted position they individually occupy in the profession, but, as a further evidence of our desire to perpetuate that friendship which was estabUshed between the members of the profession of your great nation and ours in the recent war. " EstabUshed in the year 1784 by Royal Charter, with two main objects in view, namely, the improvement of medical educa- tion and the providing of a sufficient number of properly qualified surgeons for His Majesty ' s Navy and Army, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland has steadfastly endeavored to fulfill those two functions for which it was established, and I think it will be readily admitted that it has done so with commendable success. " From time to time during the one hundred and thirty-seven 26 American College of Surgeons and one half years of its existence, the President, Vice-President, and Council of the College have exercised the right given them by the Royal Charter, of conferring the highest honor, namely, the Honortiry Fellowship of the College, upon men of great distinction and eminence in the profession and, on three occasions, upon men of eminence and distinction, not members of the profession, who did honor to the profession and helped to advance the cause of surgical science to some considerable extent. " In conferring such honors, no doubt the College did honor to itself. " That the College has by no means been lavish in the dis- tribution of its honors is evidenced by the fact that in the one hundred and thirty-seven and one-half years of its existence we find only sixty-nine names on its Honorary Roll. These names include such men of eminence and distinction as John Hunter, Percival Pott, Abernathy, Sir Astley Cooper, Sir Benjamin Brodie, Sir John Erichsen, Helmholtz, Lord Lister, Pasteur, Sir James Paget, and John Shaw Billings, all of whom have passed away. " There are but thirteen Honorary Fellows now alive, of whom one is not a member of the profession, namely. His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught, K.G., who, when be became Colonel-in- Chief of the Royal Army Medical Corps, was elected an Honorary Fellow. There are, therefore, only twelve members of the medical profession who now possess the honor. Of these, three were directors of the Army Medical Service who did magnificent work for the profession in their department. " That leaves nine members of the surgical profession through- out the world who possess our Honorary Fellowship. Of these, two belong to the great American continent — Harvey Cushing, of Harvard, and Professor Cameron, of Toronto. We are now about to add eight more distinguished names to our roll, thus making twenty-one Ho norary Fellows, of whom nine will be citizens of the United States. " In calling upon the distinguished surgeons whom we are to honor to come forward, I may say that I owe a deep debt of grati- tude to the ancient Phoenicians and Greeks, who, when questions Convocations 27 of precedence arose, which might lead to unpleasantness or dip- lomatic troubles, settled such questions by the use of the alphabet. " I propose, therefore, to follow their wise example, and call up those whom we are to honor, alphabetically: George E. Brewer, New York; George W. Crile, Cleveland; John M. T. Finney, Baltimore; Richard H. Harte, Philadelphia; WiUiam Williams Keen, Philadelphia; Charles H. Mayo, Rochester; Wilham J. Mayo, Rochester, and Albert J. Ochsner, Chicago, " These are all men who have never ceased to be students. They have always been learning while teaching, thus, providing by their example that b est of all teaching — the teaching how to learn — and showing by their enthusiasm the intense pleasure they derive from their search after truth. " We respect them for their work, we rejoice in their success, and we now honor them for their work. Men who have served their day and race as these men have all done require no further eulogy from me to commend them to you. " I pray you, therefore, Mr. President, confer upon them all the highest honor of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. " The Honorary degrees were conferred by Sir Robert Hy Woods, acting for the President of the Irish College, Sir Edward H. Taylor, B.Ch., B.A.O., who, because of illness, was unable to come to America. The closing remarks of the ceremony were delivered by Dr. William WiUiams Keen of Philadelphia, who is universally acknowl- edged dean of surgery. In thanking the delegation from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dr. Keen said: " Twenty-one years ago, when the Royal College of Surgeons of England conferred the first Honorary Fellowships upon American surgeons, it was my privilege to respond for the Americans. I then said that, though your beloved Queen ' was not monarch of our persons, she was surely queen of our hearts. ' " Since that declaration a new and deeper tie has bound us more closely than ever, and forever, to you. Two miUion American troops, even though so late, when you had borne the burden and heat of the conflict for three years, joined you as ' trustees for 28 American College of Surgeons civilization ' (with two million more training at home and pining to join them), and helped to give the coup de grace to the German Army of Desolation. Thousands of our own boys lie beside your own dear ones in Flanders Fields, and in the sacred soil of France. Never can we forget this tie of blood brotherhood. A future breach in our peaceful and friendly relations, ' as President Harding well declared but a few days ago, is unthinkable. ' " And now in Philadelphia, instead of in Dublin, an unexampled generous exception in your whole history since your charter was granted in 1784, you gentlemen, by order of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, have conferred upon us the highest medical honor which you could bestow. " As spokesman for my colleagues, I offer to you our sincere and heartfelt thanks, and request that you will convey this message to the College you so well represent. " ACADEMIC ROBE The gown adopted by the Board of Regents to be worn by the Fellows at the Convocations of the College consists of a body of navy blue mohair faced with scarlet velvet. The mortar-board cap is of the same blue material, with a scarlet tassel. STATE AND PROVINCIAL CLINICAL MEETINGS During the past year state clinical meetings were held in a majority of the states in this country and in two of the provinces of Canada. The purpose of these meetings, as stated by the Board of Regents, was to promote a closer unity of the Fellows within the individual states and provinces, to elevate the standards of the College, and to bring the ideals of the College, information regard- ing scientific medicine, and the benefits of hospital standardization before the public. Thirty-eight of these meetings have been held, thirty-six in the United States and two in the Dominion of Canada. The plan of these two day sessions included clinics by the Fellows of the College and their staffs on the mornings of the two days; a scientific meeting, where papers relating to surgery were read; a hospital conference, where the standardization of hospitals was discussed; and a public meeting in which visiting speakers explained the aims of the College, discussed various phases of preventive medicine, and made clear the advantages of standardized hospitals. Four thousand medical men including approximately eighty per cent of the Fellowship of the College attended some one of these meetings; more than three thousand hospital superintendents, trustees, and nurses were present at the hospital meetings; and over fifty thousand laymen heard the speakers in the evening. Besides this more than fifty thousand additional laymen were reached by addresses given before Chambers of Commerce, Rotary Clubs, Parent Teachers ' Associations, and other organizations interested in civic betterment. After one year of these meetings the following results are already apparent: A feeling of state consciousness has arisen among the Fellows. Gathering for the first time in state meetings they have become conscious of the power they can wield as a group 29 30 American College of Surgeons to advance scientific medicine within their own commonwealths. These meetings afforded individual Fellows an opportunity to show their work as clinicians and identified them in the eyes of the public as members of the American College of Surgeons. The local medical profession in each city was invited to attend the afternoon and evening sessions and many of them have now a new conception of the ideals and purposes of the College. The hospital conferences held in twenty-seven states gave a new impetus to the work in this field. Local hospital superinten- dents appeared on these programs and told of the results obtained by hospital standardization. The Minimum Standard was explained, the work of the hospital visitor was made clear, and community needs for hospital betterment were discussed. The public health mass meetings held in thirty-six states and two provinces of Canada constituted the foundation for a new movement in the education of the laity. The universal enthusiastic cooperation of the press, of all societies interested in civic better- ment, and, in many cases, of municipal and state offices, attested to the widespread desire of the public to receive authentic informa- tion regarding better health. This message was carried to over one hundred thousand people during the year and through articles in the press reached between six and eight million readers. In many cases either the governor of the state or a United States senator presided at these meetings and welcomed the visiting surgeons to the state. The Director General of the College, FrankHn H. Martin, M.D., and Director of Hospital Activities, Judge Harold M. Stephens, attended these meetings in addition to other officials from the central office. Reverend C. B. Moulinier, S.J., President of the CathoUc Hospital Association, and Malcolm T. MacEachern, M.D., First Vice-President of the American Hospital Association, were also in attendance. The list below gives the localities and dates of the meetings held and the names of the Fellows who spoke at the public meetings. State and Provincial Clinical Meetings 31 ALABAMA (Jointly with Georgia and Florida) Meeting held at Birmingham, January 14-15, 1921. Visiting Speakers: John Osborn Polak, M.D., Joseph Colt Bloodgood, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Cunningham Wilson, Birmingham Secretary — Wyatt Heflin, Birmingham Counselors — Lewis Coleman Morris, Birmingham Charles A. Thigpen, Montgomery WilUam Thomas Henderson, Mobile ARIZONA Meeting held at Phoenix, November 15, 1920. Visiting Speakers : Frederic A. Besley, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — Winfred Wylie, Phoenix Secretary — WilHam A. Holt, Globe Counselor — Roderick D. Kennedy, Globe ARKANSAS Meeting held at Little Rock, February 18-19, 1921. Visiting Speakers: WilliamR.Cubbins,M.D. ,C. Jeff Miller,M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — St. Cloud Cooper, Fort Smith Secretary — W. R. Brooksher, Fort Smith CALIFORNIA Meeting held at San Francisco, November 18-19, 1920. Visiting Speakers: Chester H. Rowell, Frederic A. Besley, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — Stanley Stillman, San Francisco Secretary — Lewis B. Morton, Los Angeles Counselors — H. A. L. Ryfkogel, San Francisco Granville MacGowan, Los Angeles D. C. Strong, San Bernardino H. H. Sherk, Pasadena Rexwald Brown, Santa Barbara 32 American College of Surgeons COLORADO Meeting held at Denver, November 26-27, 1920. Visiting Speakers: Frederic A. Besley, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — Edward Jackson, Denver Secretary — Oscar M. Shere, Denver Counselor — Peter O. Hanford, Colorado Springs CONNECTICUT (Jointly with New England States) Meeting held at Springfield, May 13-14, 1921. Visiting Speakers listed under Massachusetts. Executive Committee: Chairman — D. C. Brown, Danbury Secretary — Seldom B. Overlock, Pomfret DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Meeting held at Washington, May 11, 192 1. Visiting Speakers: John B. Deaver, M.D., Brigadier General Charles E. Sawyer. Executive Committee: Chairman — Harry H. Kerr, Washington Secretary — William G. Irving, Washington Counsfelor — Virgil B. Jackson, Washington FLORIDA (Jointly with Alabama and Georgia) Meeting held at Birmingham, Alabama, January 14-15, 1921. Visiting Speakers listed under Alabama. Executive Committee: Chairman — Gerry R. Holden, Jacksonville Secretary — W. S. Manning, Jacksonville Counselor — John S. Helms, Tampa GEORGIA (Jointly with Alabama and Florida) Meeting held at Birmingham, Alabama, January 14-15, 1921. Visiting Speakers listed under Alabama. Executive Committee: Chairman — William S. Goldsmith, Atlanta Secretary — Edgar G. Ballenger, Atlanta Counselor — Agnew H. Hilsman, Albany S4ate and Provincial Clinical Meetings 33 IDAHO Meeting held at Boise, September 6-7, 1920. Visiting Speakers: William D. Haggard, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — E. E. Maxey, Boise Secretary — William F. Howard, Pocatello Counselor — Clifford M. ClinCj Idaho Falls ILLINOIS Meeting held at Peoria, December 16-17-18, 1921. Visiting Speakers: John B. Deaver, M.D., Frederic A. Besley, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — Charles H. Brobst, Peoria Secretary — Frederic A. Besley, Chicago Coimselors — Clarence W. East, Springfield Edmond B. Montgomery, Quincy Jonathan L. Wiggins, East St. Louis INDIANA Meeting held at IndianapoUs, April 28-29, 192 1. Visiting Speakers: Wilham D. Haggard, M.D., Carl A. Hamann, M.D., Joseph C. Bloodgood, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — James Y. Welborn, EvansvUle Secretary — Eldridge M. Shanklin, Hammond Counselor — Albert E. Bulson, Fort Wayne IOWA Meeting held at DeS Moines, February 28-March i, 1921. Visiting Speakers: J. N. Jackson, M.D., John B. Deaver, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — W. W. Pearson, Des Moines Secretary — J. C. Rockafellow, Des Moines Counselor — Donald Macrae, Jr., Coimcil Bluffs KANSAS Meetmg held at Wichita, March 7-8, 1921. VisitingSpeakers:JabezM.Jackson,M.D.yAllenB.Kanavel,M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Robert B. Stewart, Topeka Secretary — William Merrill Mills, Topeka Counselor — Howard L. Snyder, Winfield 34 American College of Surgeons KENTUCKY Meeting held at Louisville, March 25-26, 1921. Visiting Speakers: George W. Crile, M.D., Carl B. Davis, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — David Barrow, Lexington Secretary — Charles A. Vance, Lexington Counselor — Joseph A. Stucky, Lexington LOUISIANA Meeting held at New Orleans, January 10, 192 1. Visiting Speaker: Thomas Stephen CuUen, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — C. Jefif Miller, New Orleans Secretary — Lucian H. Landry, New Orleans Counselor — John Luther Wilson, Alexandria MAINE (Jointly with New England States) Meeting held at Springfield, Massachusetts, May 13-14, 1921. Visiting Speakers listed under Massachusetts. Executive Committee: Chairman — Owen Smith, Portland Counselor — Eugene B. Sanger, Bangor MARYLAND Meeting held at Baltimore and Washington, D. C, May 11, 1921. Visiting Speakers listed under District of Columbia. Executive Committee: Chairman — J. M. Hundley, Baltimore Secretary — Charles Bagley, Jr., Baltimore Counselor — A. H. Hawkins, Cumberland MASSACHUSETTS (Jomtly with New England States) Meeting held at Springfield, May 13-14, 192 1. Visiting Speakers: Charles H. Peck, M.D., John Osborn Polak, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Homer Gage, Worcester Counselors — H. G. Stetson, Greenfield P. E. Truesdale, Fall River State and Provincial Clinical Meetings 35 MICHIGAN Meeting held at Detroit, April 28-29, 192 1. Visiting Speakers: Allen B.Kanavel,M.D., Harry E.Mock,M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — F. C. Warnshuis, Grand Rapids Secretary — Ray C. Stone, Battle Creek Counselors — Walter R. Parker, Detroit J. G. R. Manwaring, FHnt C. E. Boys, Kalamazoo MINNESOTA Executive Committee: Chairman — Thomas McDavitt, St. Paul Secretary — Arthur T. Mann, MinneapoHs Counselor — Charles H. Mayo, Rochester MISSISSIPPI (Jointly with Louisiana) Meeting held at New Orleans, Louisiana, January 10, 192 1. Visiting Speakers listed under Louisiana. Executive Committee: Chairman — Walter W. Crawford, Hattiesburg Secretary — James P. Wall, Jackson Counselor — John W. D. Dicks, Natchez MISSOURI Meeting held at St. Louis, March 10-11,1921. Visiting Speaker: George W. Crile, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — John F. Binnie, Kansas City Secretary — John G. Hayden, Kansas City Counselor — Daniel Morton, St. Joseph MONTANA Meeting held at Butte, September 3-4, 1921. Visiting Speakers: William D. Haggard, M.D., John G.Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — Fred F. Attix, Lewiston Secretary — James H. Irwin, Great Falls Counselor — Rudolph Horsky, Helena i 36 American College of Surgeons NEBRASKA Meeting held at Omaha, March 3-4, 192 1. Visiting Speaker : Francis Carter Wood, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — A. R. Mitchell, Lincoln Secretary — Stanley Welch, Lincoln Counselor — F. A. Long, Madison NEW HAMPSHIRE (Jointly with New England States) Meeting held at Springfield, Massachusetts, May 13-14, 1921. Visiting Speakers Hsted under Massachusetts. Executive Committee: Chairman — John M. Gile, Hanover Secretary — Frank E. Kittredge, Nashua NEW JERSEY ' Meeting held at Newark, April 11-12, 1921. Visiting Speakers: Robert L. Dickinson, M.D., Howard C. Taylor, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Edward J. Ill, Newark Secretary — Carl E. Sutphen, Newark Counselor — James S. Brown, Montclair NEW YORK Meeting held at Buffalo, December 2-3, 1920. Visiting Speakers: John Osborn Polak, M.D., John B. Deaver, M.D., John G. Bowman, Executive Committee: Chairman — Russell S. Fowler, Brooklyn Secretary — Frederick T. Van Buren, Jr., New York City Counselors — Marshall Clinton, Buffalo Edwin Stanton, Schenectady John Osborn Polak, Brooklyn NORTH CAROLINA Meeting held at Charlotte, January 20-21, 1921. Visiting Speakers: John G. Clark, M.D., W. S. Rankin, M.D., John Osborn Polak, M.D., J. M. T. Finney, M.D., John B. Deaver, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Jacob F. Highsmith, Fayetteville Secretary — J. Wesley Long, Greensboro Counselor — Hubert A. Royster, Raleigh State and Provincial Clinical Meetings 37 NORTH DAKOTA Meeting held at Bismarck, June 24-25, 192 1. Visiting Speakers: Jabez N. Jackson, M.D., Richard R. Smith, M.D., A. T. Mann, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Murdock MacGregor, Fargo Secretary — Paul H. Burton, Fargo Counselor — Robert D. Campbell, Grand Forks OHIO Meeting held at Cleveland, April 1-2, 1921. Visiting Speakers: Willard Bartlett, M.D., Hugh Cabot, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Charles S. Hamilton, Columbus Secretary — J. Edward Pirrung, Cincinnati Counselor — Walter H. Snyder, Toledo OKLAHOMA Meeting held at Oklahoma City, February 21-22, 1921. Visiting Speakers: Jabez N. Jackson, M.D., C. Jeff Miller, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — William D. Berry, Muskogee Vice-Chairman — Fred Yohn Cronk, Tulsa Secretary — John S. Hartford, Oklahoma City Counselor — Dolph D. McHenry, Oklahoma City OREGON Meeting held at Portland, August 29-30, 192 1. Visiting Speakers: Allen B. Kanavel, M.D., John Osborn Polak, M.D. Executive Committee: Chanman — Ernest F. Tucker, Portland Secretary — Joseph A. Pettit, Portland Counselor — W. B. Holden, Portland PENNSYLVANIA Meeting held at Pittsburgh, October 7-8-9, 1920. Visiting Speakers: Charles Davison, M.D., Emil Beck, M.D., Frank L. Hupp, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — William L. Estes, Bethlehem Secretary — Astley P. C. Ashhurst, Philadelphia Counselor — J. J. Buchanan, Pittsburgh 38 American College of Surgeons RHODE ISLAND (Jointly with New England States) Meeting held at Springfield, Massachusetts, May 13-14, 192 1. Visiting Speakers listed under Massachusetts. Executive Committee: Chairman — Roland Hammond, Providence Secretary — George W. Gardner, Providence Counselor — Edgar B. Smith, Providence SOUTH CAROLINA Meeting held at Charleston, January 17-18, 1921. Visiting Speakers: John Osborn Polak, M.D., John G. Clark, M.D., Joseph Colt Bloodgood, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Charles W. Kollock, Charleston Secretary — Archibald E. Baker, Charleston Counselors — Charles A. Mobley, Orangeburg W. W. Fennell, Rock Hill Julius H. Taylor, Columbia Leland O. Mauldin, Greenville Frank M. McLeod, Florence SOUTH DAKOTA Meeting held at Aberdeen, June 27-28, 1921. Visiting Speakers: Richard R. Smith, M.D., Jabez N. Jackson, M.D., A. T. Mann, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Gilbert G. Cottam, Sioux Falls Secretary — Frederick A. Spafiford, Flandreau Counselor — Frank Israel Putnam, Sioux Falls TENNESSEE Meeting held at Nashville, March 21-22, 1921. Visiting Speaker: V. P. Blair, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — W. A. Bryan, Nashville Secretary — William D. Haggard, Nashville Counselor — John M. Maury, Memphis TEXAS Meeting held at Dallas, January 7-8, 1921. Visiting Speaker : Thomas Stephen CuUen, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Bacon Saunders, Fort Worth Secretary — Francis M. Hicks, San Antonio Counselor — W. Booth Russ, San Antonio State and Provincial Clinical Meetings 39 UTAH Meeting held at Salt Lake City, November 22-23, 1920. Visiting Speakers: Frederic A. Besley, M.D., John G. Bowman. Executive Committee: Chairman — Frederick Stauffer, Salt Lake City Secretary — Robert R. Hampton, Salt Lake City Counselor — John F, Critchlow, Salt Lake City VERMONT Qointly with New England States) Meeting held at Springfield, Massachusetts, May 13-14, 1921. Visiting Speakers listed under Massachusetts. Executive Coaimittee: Chairman — John B. Wheeler, Burlington Secretary — William W. Townsend, Burlington Coimselor — John M. Allen, St. Johnsbury VIRGINIA Meeting held at Richmond, April 14-15, 192 1. Visiting Speakers : Dean Lewis, M.D., Carl A. Hamann, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — Lomax Gwathmey, Norfolk Secretary — J. L. Rawls, Norfolk Counselor — S. S. Gale, Roanoke WASHINGTON Meeting held at Spokane, August 25-26, 1921. Visiting Speakers: John Osborn Polak, M.D., Joseph A. Pettit, M.D., Ernest F. Tucker, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — John B. McNerthney, Tacoma Secretary — Horace J. Whitacre, Tacoma Counselor — John Hunt, Seattle WEST VIRGINIA Meeting held at Wheeling, April 18-19, 1921. Visiting Speakers: WilUam E. Lower, M.D., Howard C. Taylor, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — J. Ross Hunter, Huntington Secretary — Thomas W. Moore, Huntington Co mselor — J. Schwinn, Wheeling 40 American College of Surgeons WISCONSIN Executive Committee: Chairman — G. E. Seaman, Milwaukee Secretary — Philip F. Rogers, Milwaukee Counselors — F. Gregory Connell, Oshkosh Karl Doege, Marshfield John M. Dodd, Ashland CANADA ALBERTA Meeting held at Calgairy, August 16-19, 1921. Visiting Speaker: John Osborn Polak, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — F. W. Gershaw, Medicine Hat Secretary — A. R. Munroe, Edmonton Counselor — W. E, Graham, Calgary BRITISH COLUMBIA Meeting held at Vancouver, August 22-27, 1921. Visiting Speaker: John Osborn Polak, M.D. Executive Committee: Chairman — W. B. Burnett, Vancouver Secretary — A. B. Schinbein, Vancouver Counselor — J. J. Mason, Vancouver MANITOBA Executive Committee: Chairman — John A. Gunn, Wiimipeg Secretary — Robert D. Fletcher, Winnipeg Coimselor — James McKenty, Winnipeg NEW BRUNSWICK " Executive Committee: Chairman — Murray MacLaren, St. John Secretary — George Clowes Van Wart, Fredericton Coimselor — William Donald Rankin, Woodstock NOVA SCOTIA Executive Committee: Chairman — H. K. MacDonald, Halifax Secretary — Philip Weatherbe, Halifax Counselor — John George McDougall, Halifax State and Provincial Clinical Meetings 41 ONTARIO Executive Committee: Chairman — B. P. Watson, Toronto Secretary — Frederick Bruce Mowbray, Hamilton Counselor — Edward R. Secord, Brantford QUEBEC Executive Committee: Chairman — George E. Armstrong, Montreal Secretary — Campbell B. Keenan, Montreal Counselor — Eugene Saint- Jacques, Montreal SASKATCHEWAN Executive Committee: Chairman — Andrew Croll, Saskatoon Secretary — George R. Peterson, Saskatoon Coimselor — Frederick A. F. Corbett, Regina Members of the State Executive Committees who brought these meetings to a successful issue are of the opinion that uniting the states and provinces into small groups wiU increase the eflSciency of the meetings for the coming year. An annual meeting in each state takes too great an expenditure of time on the part of the Fellows, especially in states where there is but one city capable of accommodating the gathering. For this reason it has been determined to unite the states in smaU groups to effect larger and better sessions, and to lighten the burden of time and labor required for individual state meetings. This arrangement will in no way impair the individuality of the various existing state organizations. It is simply a grouping of states for better meetings. The Exec- utive Committee of the state holding the group meeting wiU. be responsible for its management. A representative from the central office will visit each meeting place in advance and assist the local committee. The clinical program will be arranged by the local committee; the Hospital Standardization meeting and the public meeting will be arranged for by the central office. Attendance at these meetings should comprise Fellows of the College and invited guests, the latter to include candidates ap- proved for Fellowship .in the College by the respective State 42 American College of Surgeons Credentials Committees, but who may not have completed their case records. At the discretion of Executive Committees, the local medical profession may be invited to the afternoon and evening sessions. The legitimate routine expenses of the group meetings shall be cared for by the central body through an appropriation of a sum not to exceed $3.00 for each contributing Fellow of the College within the group. In the conduct of the group meetings it is the purpose to adhere as closely as possible to the plans which have been universally approved by surgeons who have attended the National CHnical Congresses held in large cities of the United States and Canada during the past ten years. The following grouping of states has been made for meetings during the year 1922: Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana Missouri, Kansas Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota California, Arizona, Nevada Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas Kentucky, Tennessee Florida, Georgia North CaroUna, South Carolina Virginia, Washingto n, D. C, Maryland, West Virginia Pennsylvania, Delaware New York, New Jersey Ontario Quebec New England States Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island Manitoba Saskatchewan, Alberta British Columbia, Idaho, Washington, Oregon Utah, Wyoming, Colorado Ohio, Michigan Illinois, Indiana HOSPITAL STANDARDIZATION The following is a report on the standardization of hospitals for the year 1921. Since the inception of this movement in 1915, and after the minimum standard was evolved from the combined experience of surgeons, internists, and hospital executives, it has met with increasing recognition, until today seventy-four per cent of the hundred bed hospitals in the United States and Canaxia have adopted it. Siu ely, the time for debate has passed. It i beside the mark to argue the wisdom of a movement which has enlisted the coopera- tion of three-fourths of hospital America. Any advance in medicine must begin — and end — with the welfare of the patient. He must be at once the actuating impulse and the final beneficiary. Just so surely as the patient is benefited, so also will be the doctor and the hospital. And, precisely, because the minimum standard was evolved to bring every group in the hospital together to work for the patient, it has created an organization which has resulted in better work for the individual surgeon, internist, hospital superintendent, and nurse. The minimum standard embodies the basic principles of scientific research. Research begins with securing facts, compiling facts, analyzing facts. This done, Research draws tentative con- clusions gained from analysis of the facts. These conclusions, if supported by sufficient evidence and corroborated by practice, become known as scientific truths. This standard consists of a working arrangement by which these same principles of research are appUed daily in the hospital for the benefit of the patient. Accurate, adequate case records, modem laboratory equipment manned by skilled technicians — what are these but provisions to marshal the facts before the physician for examination? The monthly clinical staff meeting — what is this but an opportunity to test out the data which the 43 44 American College of Surgeons records and laboratories have furnished? Insistence on competent and ethical practitioners — what is this but a guarantee that the interpreters of the facts regarding each patient are skilled medical men, on whose judgment the public has every right to rely? The working formula for this program is the minimum standard which follows: THE MINIMUM STANDARD 1. That physicians and surgeons privileged to practice in the hospital be organized as a definite group or staff. Such organiza- tion has nothing to do with the question as to whether the hospital is " open " or " closed, " nor need it affect the various existing types of staff organization. The word staff is here defined as the group of doctors who practice in the hospital inclusive of all groups such as the " regular staff, " the " visiting staff, " and the " associate staff. " 2. That membership upon the staff be restricted to physicians and surgeons who are (a) competent in their respective fields and (b) worthy in character and in matters of professional ethics; that in this latter connection the practice of the division of fees, under any guise whatever, be prohibited. 3. That the staff initiate and, with the approval of the govern- ing board of the hospital, adopt rules, regulations, and policies governing the professional work of the hospital; that these rules, regulations, and policies specifically provide: a. That staff meetings be held at least once each month. (In large hospitals, the departments may choose to meet sepa- rately.) b. That the staff review and analyze at regular intervals the clinical experience of the staff in the various departments of the hospital, such as medicine, surgery, and obstetrics; the clinical records of patients, free and pay, to be the basis for such review and analyses. 4. That accurate and complete case records be written for all patients and filed in an accessible manner in the hospital, a Hospital Standardization 45 complete case record being one, except in an emergency, which includes the personal history; the physical examination, with clinical, pathological, and X-ray findings when indicated; the working diagnosis; the treatment, medical and surgical; the medical progress; the condition on discharge with final diagnosis; and, in case of death, the autopsy findings when available. 5. That dinical laboratory facilities be available for the study, diagnosis, and treatment of patients, these facilities to include at least chemical, bacteriological, serological, histological, radio- graphic, and fluoroscopic service in charge of trained technicians. The minimum standard is, in essence, an arrangement by which the hospital can insure its patients the best care known to the science of medicine. We have shown how it provides an applica- tion of the principles of scientific research to the care of the patient — the same principles which the individual doctor or surgeon uses for arriving at a diagnosis. And because medical men the country over were quick to see not only the practical but the scientific basis underlying the minimum standard, they have given it, in increasing numbers, their unqualified support. It i easy to devise a system of rules which — on paper — is perfect. It is quite another matter to evolve a standard of such simplicity that it stands the test of actual conditions in hospital work. Whether the minimum standard is eminently practicable in the every day administration of hospitals is best answered by the following report: THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE PROGRAl In 1918, of the general hospitals of one hundred or more beds in the United States and Canada, eighty-nine met the standard. In 1919, one hundred and ninety-eight fulfilled the requirements; in 1920, four hundred and seven, or fifty-seven per cent, met the standard; and this year five hundred and seventy- three or seventy- five per cent of the seven hundred and sixty-one general hospitals are on the " approved " Hst. Further, what has been the experience of other organizations interested in hospital betterment? Manifestly, their reaction 46 American College of Surgeons toward the program furnishes another reliable index as to its applicability. A decided impetus has been given to hospital standardization by the acceptance and endorsement of the mi ni- mum standard by such influential and powerful organizations as the American Hospital Association, the Canadian Medical Associa- tion, the Catholic Hospital Association, the Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes of the Methodist Church, the Medical and Surgical Section of the American Railway Association, the Metho- dist Hospital Association, the Protestant Hospital Association, and numerous state, provincial, and local organizations. What do hospital superintendents of experience think of the minimum standard after they have seen it in actual operation for a period of years? Quick to recognize its advantages, their endorse- ments have been numerous. The following quotation from Mr. Frank Chapman, Director of the Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cleveland, serves as a representative example: " Certainly, the estabhshment of a laboratory for purposes of check is just as essential in handling human life, as in handling inert commodities. Certainly the recording of a performance is just as essential in a hospital as are the production records of any manufacturing plant. It is undebatable that the only exact way of improving our future performance is on a basis of study of our actual performance in the past, and certainly the basis of that study must be as exact as it is humanly possible to make it. Therefore, the establishment of a practice of routine complete case histories is, without a doubt, sound. The desirabiUty, and in fact necessity, of a laboratory, is equally undebatable. The necessity for regular staff meetings at which can be discussed, in an impersonal and unbiased way, the performance of that staff, cannot help but be productive of great good to the performance of the whole. Is it not these things and these things alone that the College is asking for in its minimum standard? " These procedures do not require large expenditures of money, but they do require a very material increase in expenditure of energy and endeavor, and require bringing to the problem of hospital administration an ideal of scientific medical practice that, Hospital Standardization 47 if followed, cannot help but bring the hospital performance of the country as a whole to a higher plane than has ever been attained in the past. " As another instance, the following opinion from Dr. Louis H. Burlingham, superintendent of the Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, is presented: " To reduce the whole problem to its simplest terms, I believe it a self-evident fact that any hospital superintendent would prefer to be connected with a hospital where every patient is guaranteed the best possible care. There is no question that the minimum standard as set forth by the American College of Surgeons con- tributes markedly toward this end. Therefore, if he has any criticism it can only be that the standard does not perhaps go quite far enough. " Hospital staff members have been similarly responsive, as is evidenced by this viewpoint from a surgeon, Dr. Lrvin Abell, of Louisville, Kentucky: " Now that the ideals of hospital standardization have been demonstrated to be advisable and attainable and are in process of consummation, the advantages both to the physician and patient are so potent one marvels that the recognition of their need has been so tardy. " Standardization does not imply commercialism; this would be as objectionable in the medical profession as in the profession of the ministry. But it does imply that all patients, rich and poor, receiving treatment in recognized hospitals will be assured of competent and efficient service fully meeting the requirements and standards which knowledge, experience, and humanitarianism demand as the unequivocal right of the sick at the hands of those to whom their health and well-being are entrusted. " It applies the great moral force of man ' s duty to man, which by its appeal to reason as well as to the heart leads the hospital authorities and the doctors practicing in such institutions so to realize the modern addenda to medical and surgical knowledge and so to correlate the work of hospital management with the work of doctors, nurses, and technicians, that the patient is assured of 48 American College of Surgeons proper and competent treatment in so far as it is humanly possible to secure it. " Hospital boards of trustees are taking an increasing interest in the professional work of the hospital. They are beginning to study the medical as well as the financial audits of the hospital ' s activities each month. As a result, they are obtaining a keener appreciation of the need for adequate case-records and laboratory facilities. An example of the reaction of boards of trustees to the College program is furnis hed by the following quotation from Dr. M. G. SeeUg, of St. Louis: " The relationship between the standardization program and the layman is a most interesting one. In most communities the word hospital signifies brick and mortar containers for sick people. It means this not merely to the community at large, but only too frequently to the members of boards of directors themselves. Quite unexpectedly these boards of directors found themselves face to face with an agency which, to use the words of Mr. Bowman, was selhng the idea of hospital efficiency. As far as my own experience goes, I can certify to the facts that the idea was sold to them and that they value their purchase. My own board realizes, as never before, what records mean, they are awake to the importance of all varieties of hospital interdepartmental cooperation and they have gone through the period of school boy suspense waiting to see how they would be graded. " What does this mean? It means a beginning of educating the layman to understand and appreciate the real functions of a hospital. Such understanding and appreciation carries with it the corollary that laymen will be better able to appreciate and estimate the services of the medical staff. The rendering of adequate medical service begins to take form in the lay mind as a very concrete idea. " To sum up then, in just a word, the program of standardiza- tion, as I interpret, has resulted in the first place in stimulating surgery to higher and better efforts. It has done this by a subtle strengthening of esprit de corps, and by setting the great body of surgeons to work doing their own housecleaning on an adequately Hospital Standardization 49 comprehensive scale. In the second place it has resulted in starting the education of groups of laymen, scattered throughout our country. Education is highly infectious, and one may safely hope that knowledge will spread until the layman will gain an intelligent appreciation of hospital ideals. " THE METHOD AND SCOPE OF THE WORK The hospital surveys of the College are conducted through a trained corps of hospital visitors, all of whom are graduates in medicine. Their purpose is to explain the minimum standard, to interpret its application to each hospital, and to offer constructive criticism and helpful suggestions to remedy any existent short- comings. Upon these detailed personal surveys, the College is dependent for an accurate estimate of each hospital ' s status relative to the minimum standard. An important adjunct to the work of the hospital surveyors has been the emphasis placed on hospital standardization at the state and provincial sectional meetings of the College. At these meetings conferences are held which are devoted to a discussion of pertinent hospital problems by those intimately connected with hospitals. In addition, the community interest is stimulated at pubhc meetings where the benefits of hospital standardization are portrayed. In 1920, the general hospitals of one hundred or more beds in the United States and Canada were visited. A complete report of the survey of 1920 is contained in bulletin No. i, Vol. V, issued by the College in January, 1921. This year particular attention has been directed toward those hospitals which in 1920 either were not included in the list, or which were Usted with an asterisk. Hospitals which were fully approved in 1920 were not as a routine visited this year, although in all probability visits to these institu- tions will be resumed in the future. In addition, seven hundred and four general hospitals of fifty to one hundred beds were visited during the past two years; three himdred and six in 1920 and three hundred and ninety-eight in 1 92 1. As there are approximately eight hundred and fifty-four 50 American College of Surgeons of these smaller hospitals in the United States and Canada, one hundred and fifty remain to be visited. Of these seven hundred and four visited during 1920 and 1921, one hundred and seventy- six, or twenty-five per cent of the total number, met the standard. The individual listing of this group of institutions will appear next year. THE PROGRAM FOR THE FUTURE Consequently, the survey of 1922 will be extended to include all general hospitals of fifty or more beds in the United States and Canada. Of these institutions already visited, many showed a working knowledge of the minimum standard and evinced an active desire to cooperate. The percentage of these — meeting the standard at their first visit — compares favorably with the per- centage of hundred bed hospitals which were approved on their first inspection. If proof were needed of the universal application of the minimum standard, the acceptance by the smaller hospitals would furnish it. Stressing only broad fundamentals, the minimum standard molds itself to meet specific needs, nowhere impeding initiative or fettering judgment. Rightly conceived and carried out, it makes the hospital the proved guardian of the community health, rendering scientific service to all. LIST OF APPROVED HOSPITALS CAPACITY OF 100 BEDS AND OVER The following Ust contains the names of those general hospitals of one hundred or more beds, in the United States and Canada, which meet the minimum standard. In this Ust a certain number of the institutions are designated with an asterisk. This group includes those hospitals which, when visited, had adopted the fimdamental principles of the minimum standard, but which at that time had not had sufficient opportunity to develop all of them to a degree meriting the fullest approval. The hospitals listed without an asterisk, having instituted these measures at an earlier date, had received the benefits of a longer experience in the workings of the program and consequently a broader conception of its application. Hospital Standardization 51 UNITED STATES ALABAMA Employees Hospital, T. C. I. R. R. Co., Birmingham Hillman Hospital, Birmingham Mobile City Hospital, Mobile South Highlands Infirmary, Birmingham ARKANSAS Logan H. Roots Memorial Hospital, Little Rock St. Louis Southwestern Hospital, Texarkana St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Little Rock CALIFORNIA Alameda County Hospital, San Leandro Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco Franklin Hospital, San Francisco French Hospital, San Francisco Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Los Angeles Lane Hospital, San Francisco Los Angeles Coimty Hospital, Los Angeles Mary ' s Help Hospital, San Francisco Mt. Zion Hospital, San Francisco 0 ' Connor Sanitarium, San Jose Pasadena Hospital, Pasadena Providence Hospital, Oakland St. Francis ' Hospital, San Francisco St. Joseph ' s Hospital, San Francisco St. Joseph ' s Sanitarium, San Diego St. Luke ' s Hospital, San Francisco St. Mary ' s Hospital, San Francisco St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Los Angeles San Diego County Hospital, San Diego San Francisco Hospital, San Francisco San Joaquin County Hospital, French Camp Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara Santa Clara County Hospital, San Jose Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital, Los Angeles Southern Pacific Hospital, San Francisco Stanford Hospital, San Francisco University of California Hospital, San Francisco White Memorial Hospital, Los Angeles 52 American College of Surgeons COLORADO Denver City and County Hospital, Denver Glockner Sanatorium and Hospital, Colorado Springs Mercy Hospital, Denver Minnequa Hospital, Pueblo St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Denver St. Francis ' Hospital, Colorado Springs St. Mary ' s Hospital, Pueblo CONNECTICUT Bridgeport Hospital, Bridgeport Grace Hospital, New Haven Greenwich General Hospital, Greenwich Hartford Hospital, Hartford Lawrence and Memorial Associated Hospitals, New London New Haven Hospital, New Haven St. Francis ' Hospital, Hartford St. Mary ' s Hospital, Waterbury St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Bridgeport Stamford Hospital, Stamford Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury DELAWARE Delaware Hospital, Wilmington DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital, Washington Children ' s Hospital, Washington Columbia Hospital for Women, Washington Freedman ' s Hospital, Washington Garfield Memorial Hospital, Washington George Washington University Hospital, Washington Georgetown University Hospital, Washington Providence Hospital, Washington Washington Sanitarium, Washington GEORGIA Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta University Hospital, Augusta IDAHO St. Alphonsus Hospital, Boise Hospital Standardization 53 ILLINOIS Alexian Brothers ' Hospital, Chicago American Hospital, Chicago Augustana Hospital, Chicago Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago Columbus Hospital, Chicago Cook County Hospital, Chicago Evanston Hospital, Evanston Frances E. Willard Hospital, Chicago Grant Hospital, Chicago Hahnemann Hospital, Chicago Hospital of St. Anthony de Padua, Chicago lUinois Central Hospital, Chicago Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Chicago John C, Proctor Hospital, Peoria Mercy Hospital, Chicago Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago Rockford Hospital, Rockford St. Anne ' s Hospital, Chicago St. Bernard ' s Hospital, Chicago St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Chicago St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Danville St. Francis ' Hospital, Blue Island St. Francis ' Hospital, Evanston St. Francis ' Hospital, Peoria St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Chicago St. Luke ' s Hospital, Chicago St. Mary ' s Hospital, Cairo St. Mary ' s Hospital, East St. Louis St. Mary ' s Hospital, La Salle St. Mary of Nazareth Hospital, Chicago St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Belleville South Shore Hospital, Chicago Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital, Chicago INDIANA Indianapolis City Hospital, IndianapoUs Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Indianapolis Robert W. Long Hospital, Indianapolis St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Terre Haute St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, LaFayette ♦ 54 American College of Surgeons INDIANA — Continued St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Fort Wayne St. Margaret ' s Hospital, Hammond St. Mary ' s Hospital, Evansville St. Mary ' s Mercy Hospital, Gary St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Indianapolis IOWA Finley Hospital, Dubuque Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Des Moines Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines Jennie Edmundson Hospital, Council Bluffs Mercy Hospital, CouncU Bluffs Mercy Hospital, Davenport Mercy Hospital, Des Moines St. Francis ' Hospital, Waterloo St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital, Dubuque St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital, Sioux City St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Sioux City University Hospital, Iowa City KANSAS Bethany Methodist Hospital, Kansas City St. Francis ' Hospital, Wichita St. Margaret ' s Hospital, Kansas City KENTUCKY Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington Louisville City Hospital, Louisville Norton Memorial Infirmary, Louisville St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Louisville St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Covington Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, Louisville St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Lexington St. Joseph ' s Infirmary, Louisville LOUISIANA Charity Hospital, New Orleans Hotel Dieu, New Orleans St. Francis ' Hospital, Monroe T. E. Schumpert Memorial Hospital, Shreveport Touro Infirmary, New Orleans Hospital Standardization 55 MAINE Eastern Maine General Hospital, Bangor St. Mary ' s General Hospital, Lewiston MARYLAND Bay View City Hospital, Baltimore Church Home and Infirmary, Baltimore Franldin Square Hospital, Baltimore Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Baltimore Hospital for Women of Maryland, Baltimore Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore Maryland General Hospital, Baltimore Mercy Hospital, Baltimore Morrow Hospital, Baltimore St. Agnes ' Hospital, Baltimore St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Baltimore Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore University Hospital, Baltimore MASSACHUSETTS Boston City Hospital, Boston Brockton Hospital, Brockton Burbank Hospital, Fitchburg Cambridge City Hospital, Cambridge Carney Hospital, Boston Children ' s Hospital, Boston City Hospital, Fall River Cooley-Dickinson Hospital, Northampton Holyoke City Hospital, Holyoke Lawrence General Hospital, Lawrence Long Island Hospital, Boston Lowell Corporation Hospital, Lowell Lowell General Hospital, Lowell Lynn Hospital, Lynn Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, Boston Memorial Hospital, Worcester Mercy Hospital, Springfield New England Hospital for Women and Children, Boston Newton Hospital, Newton Lower Falls Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston Providence Hospital, Holyoke St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Boston St. John ' s Hospital, Lowell 56 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS — Continued St. Luke ' s Hospital, New Bedford St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Worcester Salem Hospital, Salem Springfield Hospital, Springfield Union Hospital, Fall River Worcester City Hospital, Worcester MICHIGAN Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek Blodgett Memorial Hospital, Grand Rapids Butterworth Hospital, Grand Rapids Children ' s Free Hospital, Detroit Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit Grace Hospital, Detroit Harper Hospital, Detroit Hackley Hospital, Muskegon Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit Highland Park General Hospital, Highland Park House of Providence, Detroit St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Ann Arbor St. Mary ' s Hospital, Grand Rapids St. Mary ' s Hospital, Detroit University Hospital, Ann Arbor University of Michigan Homeopathic Hospital, Ann Arbor Woman ' s Hospital and Infants ' Home, Detroit MINNESOTA Bethesda Hospital, St. Paul City and County Hospital, St. Paul Colonial Hospital, Rochester Deaconess Hospital, Minneapolis Eitel Hospital, Minneapolis Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis Minneapolis General Hospital, Minneapolis Mounds Park Sanitarium, St. Paul St. Joseph ' s Hospital, St. Paul St. Luke ' s Hospital, St. Paul St. Mary ' s Hospital, Duluth St. Mary ' s Hospital, Minneapolis St. Mary ' s Hospital, Rochester St. Paul Hospital, St. Paul •Swedish Hospital, Minneapolis University of Minnesota Hospital, Minneapolis Worrell Hospital, Rochester Hospital Standardization 57 MISSISSIPPI Matty Hersee Hospital, Meridian MISSOURI Alexian Brothers ' Hospital, St. Louis Barnes Hospital, St. Louis Children ' s Hospital, Kansas City Christian Church Hospital, Kansas City Evangelical Deaconess Home and Hospital, St. Louis Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Kansas City General Hospital, Kansas City Lutheran Hospital, St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital, St. Louis Research Hospital, Kansas City St. Anthony ' s Hospital, St. Louis St. John ' s Hospital, St. Louis St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Kansas City St. Louis Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis St. Louis City Hospital, St. Louis St. Luke ' s Hospital, St. Louis St. Mary ' s Hospital, Kansas City St. Mary ' s Infirmary, St. Louis MONTANA Columbus Hospital, Great Falls Montana Deaconess Hospital, Great Falls Murray Hospital, Butte St. James ' Hospital, Butte St. Patrick ' s Hospital, Missoula NEBRASKA Nebraska Methodist Hospital, Omaha Nebraska Orthopedic Hospital and Home, Lincoln St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Lincoln St. Francis ' Hospital, Grand Island St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Omaha St. Mary ' s Hospital, Colimibus University of Nebraska Hospital, Omaha NEW HAMPSHIRE St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Nashua 58 American College of Surgeons NEW JERSEY Alexian Brothers ' Hospital, Elizabeth Atlantic City Hospital, Atlantic City Bayonne Hospital and Dispensary, Bayonne Christ Hospital, Jersey City Cooper Hospital, Camden Elizabeth General Hospital, Elizabeth Hackensack Hospital, Hackensack Jersey City Hospital, Jersey City Mercer Hospital, Trenton Monmouth Memorial Hospital, Long Branch Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown Mountainside Hospital, Montclair Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield Newark Beth Israel Hospital, Newark Newark City Hospital, Newark Newark Memorial Hospital, Newark Orange Memorial Hospital, Orange Passaic General Hospital, Passaic Paterson General Hospital, Paterson St. EUzabeth ' s Hospital, EUzabeth St. Francis ' Hospital, Trenton St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Paterson St. Mary ' s Hospital, Hoboken St. Michael ' s Hospital, Newark NEW YORK Albany Hospital, Albany Bellevue Hospital, New York Beth Israel Hospital, New York Beth Moses Hospital, Brooklyn Binghamton City Hospital, Binghamton Broad Street Hospital, New York Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn Brownsville and East New York Hospital, Brooklyn Buffalo City Hospital, Buffalo Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo Buffalo Homeopathic Hospital, Buffalo Buffalo Hospital of Sisters of Charity, Buffalo Bushwick Hospital, Brooklyn Carson C. Peck Memorial Hospital, Brooklyn Children ' s Hospital, Buffalo Clifton Springs Sanitarium, Clifton Springs Community Hospital, New York Hospital Standardization 59 NEW YORK — Continued Coney Island Hospital, Brooklyn Crouse-Irving Hospital, Syracuse Cumberland Street Hospital, Brooklyn Ellis Hospital, Schenectady Flower Hospital, New York Flushing Hospital and Dispensary, Flushing Fordham Hospital, New York French Benevolent Hospital, New York Good Shepherd Hospital, Syracuse Gouverneur Hospital, New York Greenpoint Hospital, Brooklyn Hahnemann Hospital, New York Harlem Hospital, New York Highland Hospital of Rochester, Rochester Holy Family Hospital, Brooklyn Homeopathic Hospital, Albany Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn Lebanon Hospital, New York Lenox Hill Hospital, New York Lincoln Hospital, New York Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, New York Memorial Hospital, New York Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn MetropoHtan Hospital, New York Misericordia Hospital, New York Mount St. Mary ' s Hospital, Niagara Falls Mount Sinai Hospital, New York Mount Vernon Hospital, Mount Vernon New York City Hospital, Blackwell ' s Island, New York New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York New York Foundling Home, New York New York Hospital, New York New York Infirmary for Women and Children, New York New York Nursery and Children ' s Hospital, New York New York Orthopedic Hospital, New York New York Post-Graduate Hospital, New York New York Hospital for Ruptiired and Crippled, New York New York Skin and Cancer Hospital, New York New York State Hospital for Crippled Children, West Haver- straw Niagara Falls Memorial Hospital, Niagara Falls 6o American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Hospital, Brooklyn Oneida County Hospital, Rome Presbyterian Hospital, New York Rochester General Hospital, Rochester Rochester Homeopathic Hospital, Rochester Roosevelt Hospital, New York St. Catherine ' s Hospital, Brooklyn St. Francis ' Hospital, New York St. John ' s Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn St. John ' s Hospital, Long Island St. John ' s Riverside Hospital, Yonkers St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Syracuse St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York St. Mark ' s Hospital, New York St. Mary ' s Free Hospital for Children, New York St. Mary ' s Hospital, Brooklyn St. Mary ' s Hospital, Rochester St. Peter ' s Hospital, Albany St. Peter ' s Hospital, Brooklyn St. Vincent ' s Hospital, New York Samaritan Hospital, Troy Sloane Hospital for Women, New York Staten Island Hospital, Tompkinsville Syracuse Memorial Hospital, Syracuse Troy Hospital, Troy Woman ' s Hospital, New York WyckoflF Heights Hospital, Brooklyn Yonkers Homeopathic Hospital, Yonkers NORTH CAROLINA Watts Hospital, West Durham NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck Evangelical Deaconess Hospital, Bismarck Grand Forks Deaconess Hospital, Grand Forks St. Alexius ' Hospital, Bismarck St. John ' s Hospital, Fargo St. Luke ' s Hospital, Fargo OHIO Aultman Hospital, Canton Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati Christ Hospital, Cincinnati Hospital Standardization 6i OfflO — Continued Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati City Hospital of Akron, Akron Cleveland City Hospital, Cleveland Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati Good Samaritan Hospital, Zanesville Grant Hospital, Columbus Hawkes Hospital of Mount Carmel, Columbus Jewish Hospital, Cincinnati Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton Mercy Hospital, Hamilton Mount Sinai Hospital, Cleveland Peoples Hospital, Akron Protestant Hospital Association, Columbus St. Alexis ' Hospital, Cleveland St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Youngstown St. Francis ' Hospital, Columbus St. John ' s Hospital, Cleveland St. Luke ' s Hospital, Cleveland St. Mary ' s Hospital, Cincinnati St. Rita ' s Hospital, Lima St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Cleveland St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Toledo Springfield City Hospital, Springfield Toledo Hospital, Toledo Youngstown Hospital, Youngstown OKLAHOMA St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Oklahoma State University Hospital, Oklahoma OREGON Emanuel Hospital, Portland Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Portland PENNSYLVANIA Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh Allentown Hospital, AUentown Altoona Hospital, Altoona Braddock General Hospital, Braddock Chester County Hospital, West Chester Chester Hospital, Chester 62 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Children ' s Homeopathic Hospital, Philadelphia Clearfield Hospital, Clearfield Columbia Hospital, Pittsburgh Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital, Johnstown Easton Hospital, Easton Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospital, Pittsburgh Frankford Hospital, Philadelphia George F. Geisinger Hospital, Danville Germantown Dispensary and Hospital, Philadelphia Hahnemann Medical College Hospital, Philadelphia Hamot Hospital, Erie Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg Homeopathic Medical and Surgical Hospital, Pittsburgh Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadelphia Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Hospital of the Women ' s Medical College, Philadelphia Jefiferson Medical College Hospital, Philadelphia Jewish Hospital, Philadelphia Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster Lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia Medical, Surgical, and Maternity Hospital of the Women ' s Homeopathic Association, Philadelphia Medico-Chirurgical Hospital, Philadelphia Memorial Hospital, Philadelphia Mercy Hospital, Johnstown Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia Misericordia Hospital, Philadelphia Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia Philadelphia Polyclinic Hospital, Philadelphia Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh Pottsville Hospital, Pottsville Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh Reading Hospital, Reading Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre Sacred Heart Hospital, AUentown St. Agnes ' Hospital, Philadelphia St. Francis ' Hospital, Pittsburgh Hospital Standardization 63 PENNSYLVANIA — Continued St. John ' s General Hospital, Pittsburgh St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Lancaster St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Philadelphia St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Pittsburgh St. Luke ' s Hospital, South Bethlehem St. Margaret ' s Hospital, Pittsburgh St. Mary ' s Hospital, Philadelphia St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Erie Samaritan Hospital, Philadelphia South Side Hospital, Pittsburgh State Hospital for Injured Persons, Ashland State Hospital of the Middle Coal Fields, Hazelton State Hospital of the Northern Anthracite Coal Regions, Scranton Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh Wilkes-Barre City Hospital, Wilkes-Barre Wills Hospital, Philadelphia Woman ' s Hospital, Philadelphia York Hospital and Dispensary, York RHODE ISLAND Rhode Island Hospital, Providence St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Providence SOUTH CAROLINA Chick Springs Sanitarium, Chick Springs Florence Infirmary, Florence Roper Hospital, Charleston SOUTH DAKOTA McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls St. Luke ' s Hospital, Aberdeen TENNESSEE Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis Erlanger Hospital, Chattanooga Memphis General Hospital, Memphis Nashville City Hospital, Nashville St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Memphis St. Thomas ' Hospital, Nashville 64 American College of Surgeons TEXAS Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital, Houston Baylor Hospital, Dallas John Sealy Hospital, Galveston Parkland Hospital, Dallas Providence Hospital, Waco Robert B. Green Memorial Hospital, San Antonio St. Joseph ' s Infirmary, Fort Worth St. Joseph ' s Infirmary, Houston St. Mary ' s Infirmary, Galveston St. Paul ' s Sanitarium, Dallas Santa Rosa Infirmary, San Antonio Temple Sanitarium, Temple UTAH ♦Doctor W. H. Groves Latter Day Saints Hospital, Salt Lake City Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City St. Mark ' s Hospital, Salt Lake City VERMONT Mary Fletcher Hospital, Burlington VIRGINIA Hospital Division of the Medical College of Virginia, Richmond Norfolk Protestant Hospital, Norfolk St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Norfolk University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville Virginia Hospital, Richmond WASHINGTON Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital, Seattle Columbus Sanitarium, Seattle ♦Northern Pacific Hospital, Tacoma Providence Hospital, Seattle Sacred Heart Hospital, Spokane St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, North Yakima St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Tacoma St. Luke ' s Hospital, Spokane Seattle City Hospital, Seattle Seattle General Hospital, Seattle Swedish Hospital, Seattle Tacoma General Hospital, Tacoma Hospital Standardization 6$ WEST VIRGINIA Charleston General Hospital, Charleston Kessler-Hatfield Hospital, Huntington Ohio Valley General Hospital, Wheeling St. Mary ' s Hospital, Clarksburg Sheltering Arms Hospital, Hansford Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling WISCONSIN LaCrosse Lutheran Hospital, LaCrosse Luther Hospital, Eau Claire Madison General Hospital, Madison Milwaukee County Hospital, Milwaukee Milwaukee Hospital, Milwaukee Mount Sinai Hospital, Milwaukee Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire St. Agnes ' Hospital, Fond du Lac St. Francis ' Hospital, LaCrosse St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Marshfield St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Milwaukee St. Mary ' s Hospital, Green Bay St. Mary ' s Hospital, Superior Trinity Hospital, Milwaukee CANADA ALBERTA General Hospital, Calgary ' General Hospital, Edmonton General Hospital, Medicine Hat Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary ' Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton BRITISH COLUMBIA Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria Royal Columbia Hospital, New Westminster Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Victoria St. Paul ' s Hospital, Vancouver Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver 66 American College of Surgeons MANITOBA Children ' s Hospital, Winnipeg General Hospital, Winnipeg Misericordia Hospital, Winnipeg St. Boniface Hospital, St. Boniface NEW BRUNSWICK General Hospital, St. John NOVA SCOTIA St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Glace Bay Victoria General Hospital, Halifax ONTARIO General Hospital, Hamilton General Hospital, Kingston Grace Hospital, Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto Hotel Dieu, Kingston St. Michael ' s Hospital, Toronto Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Victoria General Hospital, London QUEBEC Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Montreal Hotel Dieu, Montreal Jeffrey Hale Hospital, Quebec Montreal General Hospital, Montreal Notre Dame Hospital, Montreal Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal Western Hospital, Montreal SASKATCHEWAN City Hospital, Saskatoon Grey Nun ' s Hospital, Regina Regina General Hospital, Regina St. Paul ' s Hospital, Saskatoon THE BY-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 estabHsh a standard of competency and of character for practictioners of surgery, to provide a method of granting Fellowships in the organization, and to educate the public and the profession to imderstand 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 mem- bers of the corporation. Such members are to be designated as Fellows. The College shall vest the general management of the corporation 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 quahfied 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 1914, and at the annual meeting in each year thereafter, the Fellows of the CoUege 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 67 68 American College of Surgeons are to be elected from a list of nominations, consisting of three members, each nominated by the following sixteen surgical associa- tions and societies of North America, including 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 the American College of Surgeons. 5. Division of Surgical Specialties of the Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons. 6. American Gynecological Society. 7. Southern Surgical 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 Surgeons. 13. American Laryngological Association. 14. American Ophthalmological Society. 15. American Otological Society. 16. American Institute of Homeopathy. Twenty members shall be elected at large to represent surgeons of North America not affiliated 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 fifteen who shall be members of the Board of Regents; this group shall be divided into three classes of five members each, whose terms of office shall expire in one, two. By-Laws 69 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, by the Board of Governors in a manner to be determined by the Board of Regents. Not more than four 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. 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 other routine business which may be brought before it by the corporation or the Board of Regents. Such meetings shall be called by the Director General, at the direction of the Board of Regents. Special meetings of the Board of Governors may be called by the Director General at any other time a t 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 for the transaction of other business. 5. Fifty members of the Board of Governors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. V. Officers, i. The oflScers of the College shall be a Pres- ident of the College, a First Vice-President, a Second Vice-Pres- ident, a Director General, and a Treasurer. 2. The President, the First Vice-President, and the Second Vice-President shall be elected each for a term of one year or until his successor is elected by the Fellows of the College at their annual meeting. The Director General and the Treasurer shall be ap- pointed by the Board of Regents. The Treasurer shall be appointed for a term of one year or until his successor is elected; the Director General shall hold office during the pleasure of the Board. 3. The President of the College shall preside at all regular yo American College of Surgeons and special meetings of the College and of the Board of Governors, and at all Convocations for the conferring of Fellowships. 4. The First 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. 5. The Second Vice-President shall preside at all meetings of the College in the absence of the President and of the First Vice- President, and in the event of the death or resignation of these two officers shall assume the duties of the President. 6. The Director General shall be the chief executive officer of the College. Under the direction of the Board of Regents he shall have supervision of all activities and business affairs of the College, including the direction of the general executive office; he shall audit all expenditure and disbursement of funds of the College; he shall have charge of the Convocations and of the Clinical Congress of the College; he shall mail to the proper addresses all notices of all regular and special meetings of the College; he shall issue at stated intervals the Year Book of the College; he shall attend all meetings of the Board of Regents. 7. The Treasurer shall receive all fimds of the College and disburse the same on checks, signed by him and countersigned by the Director General. 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 bond to the Board of Regents for the faithful performance of his trust. VI. Board of Regents, i. The Board of Regents shall consist of sixteen members, fifteen of whom shall be elected from among the Fellows by the Board of Governors in a manner to be determined by the Board of Regents. One member shall be elected by the Fellows of the College at their annual meeting as hereinafter provided, the Fellow thus elected to membership in the Board of Regents to be President of the College. By-Laws 71 2. 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 elec- tion at the next meeting of the Board. 3. The Director General of the corporation shall be the Secretary of the Board of Regents. 4. The duties of the Board of Regents shall be those ordinarily performed by a governing board, namely: To transact all detail business devolving upon the Board of Governors in carrying out the object of the organization; to regulate and to conserve the property interests of the College; to adopt rules and regulations for the admission of Fellows; to fix initial fees and annual dues of Fellowship; to create, appoint, and direct all standing committees; to elect Fellows to the College; to call all meetings of the corpora- tion not aheady provided for; to arrange Convocations or other meetings for the conferring of Fellowships; to transact all business not otherwise provided for that may pertain to the organization. 5. Nine 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 twelve months at the call of the Director General. Special meetings may be convened at any time by the Director General, or on a request to Tiim made in writing and signed by thirty mem- bers of the Board of Governors, or by nine members of the Board of Regents. VII. Executive Committee, i. There shall be an Execu- tive Cormnittee, consisting, first, of the President of the College, of the Director General, and of the Treasurer; and second, of four other Regents elected by the Board of Regents to serve for one year and who shall be ehgible for re-election. 2. During the intervals between the meetings of the Boards, the Executive Cormnittee shall exercise all the powers of the Board of Regents in the management and direction of the business and the conduct of the affairs of the corporation, except that it shall not 72 American College of Surgeons have power to elect Fellows, or to regulate initial fees or annual dues of Fellowship. It shall keep a record of its proceedings and report the same to the Board of Regents at the next succeeding meeting for its approval. Whenever any vacancy shall occur in the Executive Committee, or in any office of the corporation, by death, resignation, or otherwise, which is not already provided for, it shall be filled by appointment by the Executive Committee for the remainder of the current corporate year. It may hold its meetings at such place or places as it may from time to time determine. A majority of the Executive Committee shall con- stitute a quorum for the transaction of business. VIII. Fellows, i. The Fellows of the College shall be grad- uates in medicine who are licensed to practice medicine in their respective states and provinces, or medical officers of the federal services who have made an application for Fellowship (such ap- pUcation 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. IX. Publications. 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 Fellow of the College may be expelled for conduct which, in the opinion of the Board of Regents, is derogatory to the 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 Fellow against whom By-Laws 73 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 piupose on request made in writing by a himdred members of the Corporation, provided that such proposed amendments are included in the call of the meeting at which such action is contemplated, XII. The College shall hold an annual session of about one week in length at such place and time as may be determined by the Board of Regents which may include: 1. The Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons consisting of (a) scientific and literary papers concerning or relat- ing to the art and science of surgery; (b) surgical and diagnostic clinics. 2. Annual meeting of the Fellows of the College, as provided by Article III, Section 2. 3. Annual meeting of the Board of Governors of the College, as pro -ided in Article IV, Section 4. 4. Convocation of the College at which occasion candidates for Fellowship may be admitted to Fellowship in the College. 74 American College of Surgeons 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 Ofl5ce of the Secretary of State, on the 25th day of November, A. d. 1921, 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 Illinois, 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 aflixed the great Seal of State. Done at the City of Spring- field this 25th day of November, a. d. 1912, and of the Indepen- dence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-seventh. [seal] (Signed) C. J. Doyle, Secretary of State. Honorary Fellows 75 HONORARY FELLOWS CHICAGO, NOVEMBER 13, 1913 Sm RicKMAN John Godlee London William Stewart Halstead Baltimore William Williams Keen Phfladelphia John Collins Warren Boston Robert F. Weir New York PHZLADELPHIA, JUNE 22, 1914 Thomas Addis Emmet New York Francis J, Shepherd Montreal Edmond Souchon New Orleans WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 1 6, 1914 DLrDLEY P. Allen Cleveland ♦William C. Gorgas Washington Lewis Stephen Pilcher Brookljm Sir Thomas George Roddick Montreal J. William White Philadelphia BOSTON, OCTOBER 29, 1915 David William Cheever Boston Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell . . , Labrador Stephen Smith New York Louis McLane Tiffany Baltimore PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER 27, I916 Ernest Sidney Lewis New Orleans CHICAGO, OCTOBER 26, 1917 Rupert Blue Washington WnjjAM C. Braisted . Washington Charles U. Dercle Paris Sm Thomas Herbert John Goodwin London Sir Berkeley Moynihan Leeds ♦Deceased 76 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 6, IQiS Raffaele Bastianelli Rome Pierre Duval Paris George Ernest Gask London Merritte W. Ireland Washington Sir Thomas Myles Dublin George Grey Turner Newcastle-on-Tyne new YORK, OCTOBER 24, 1919 Sir Anthony Alfred Bowlby London Irving Reward Cameron Toronto Sir Robert Jones Liverpool Theodore Tuffier Paris MONTREAL, OCTOBER IS, 1920 Albert Carless London John C. Fotheringham Toronto William Gardner Montreal Guy Carleton Jones , Ottawa John Stewart Halifax Sir William Taylor Dublin PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER 28, 1921 Miguel H. Alcivar Guayaquil JoAd Alves de Lima Sao Paulo Jean F. de Query ain Berne GuiLLERMO GastaSeta . . ♦ Lima H. C. Jacobaeus Stockholm Jose de Mendonca Rio de Janeiro Jan Schoemaker The Hague Sir Harold J. Stiles Edinburgh Edward Rhodes Stitt Washington Sir Robert Woods Dublin FELLOWS OF THE COLLEGE LISTED BY STATES, PROVINCES, AND CITIES WITH SPECIALTIES INDICATED UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ALABAMA Andalusia Louis Edward Broughton, 50 East Three Notch Street . Surgery Bessemer R. W. Waldrop, 306 Realty Building Surgery Birmingham Samuel R. Benedict, Empire Building Surgery Kosciusko W. Constantine, Empire Building . . Ophthalmology J. D. S. Davis, 2029 Avenue G Surgery W, Earle Drennen, 519 American Trust Building . . Surgery William G. Harrison, 903 Empire Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Howell T. Heflin, 407 Empire Building . . Surgery, Obstetrics Wyatt Heflin, 3216 Cliff Road Surgery Edgar Poe Hogan, 412 Empire Building Surgery Walter Clinton Jones, St. Vincent ' s Hospital .... Surgery William Mudd Jordan, 910 Empire Building .... Surgery Samuel L. Ledbetter, Jr., 516 Empire Building . . . Surgery Joseph Leland, 603 First National Bank Building . . Surgery Thomas V. Magruder, Jefferson County Bank Building . Surgery James Monroe Mason, Jefferson County Bank Building . Surgery Lewis Coleman Morris, 1203 Empire Building . . . Surgery Lloyd Noland, Employes ' Hospital Surgery Mack Rogers, 21 18 Avenue H Surgery Edmund Winchester Rucker, Jr., Woodward Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Walter Francis Scott, 1301 Empire Building .... Urology Courtney W. Shropshire, 327 First National Bank Building Urology 77 78 American College of Surgeons ALABAMA — Continued Birmingham — Continued E. P. Solomon, 4 Fairview Avenue Surgery Dyer Findley Talley, 1808 7 th Avenue, North . . . Surgery Charles Whelan, 438 First National Bank Building . . Surgery William Hinton Wilder, Woodward Building .... Surgery Cunningham Wilson, Jefferson County Bank Building . Surgery Chickasaw Thomas I. Con well Surgery DOTHAN Alfred Smith Frasier, Young Building Surgery Earle F. Moody, Young Building Surgery Greenville Andrew Lee Stabler, 103 West Commerce Street . . Surgery Mobile Paul Jerome Moeris Acker, 153 Government Street . . Surgery Herbert Phalon Cole, 901 Van Antwerp Building . Surgery William Thomas Henderson, 259 St. Francis Street . . Surgery William R. Jackson, 164 St. Michael Street .... Surgery William McDowell Mastin, Conti and Joachim Streets . Surgery Alfred Edward Maumenee, 209 Van Antwerp Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Jesse UUman Reaves, 305 Van Antwerp Building . . Urology John Osgood Rush, 706 Van Antwerp Building . . Urology Gilman Joseph Winthrop, Van Antwerp Building . . Surgery Montgomery J. Norment Baker, Bell Building Surgery John H. Blue, Bell Building Surgery L. L. Hill, 422 South Perry Street Surgery Robert Sommerville Hill, 21 South Perry Street . . . Surgery Paul Stearns Mertins, 11 15 Bell Building Ophth., RhinoL, Olo-Laryngology Henry Stanford Persons, 21 South Perry Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charles A. Thigpen, First National Bank Building Ophthalmology Opelika Jesse G. Palmer, 709 Avenue A Surgery Prattville Malcolm Daniel Smith Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 79 ALABAMA — Continued Selma Francis Goodwin DuBose, 400 Lauderdale Street . . Surgery John Neilson Furniss, 100 Church Street Surgery William Wade Harper, 201 Broad Street Surgery James Kenan, 120 Broad Street Surgery Samuel Kirkpatrick, Parish Building . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Waverly Leckinski Ware Spratling Surgery ARIZONA BiSBEE George A. Bridge Surgery William M. Randolph, Medigovich Building .... Surgery Douglas Edward William Adamson Surgery Harry S. McGee, 745 9th Street Surgery Frederick T. Wright, 636 loth Street . . . . . . Surgery Globe Clarence Gunter, Amster Building Surgery William A. Holt, 167 Mesquite Street Surgery Roderick D. Kennedy Orthopedic Surgery Hayden Fitz Randolph Winslow, Hayden Hospital .... Surgery Miami John Elmer Bacon Surgery MORENCI Turner B. Smith Surgery Phoenix Ancil Martin, 207 Goodrich Building .... Ophth., Otology John J. McLoone, 611 Heard Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology E. Payne Palmer, 305 Goodrich Building Surgery William A. Schwartz, 207 Goodrich Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Willard Wallace Smith, 805 North 4th Avenue . . . Surgery William O. Sweek, 404 Heard Building Surgery Alexander Mackenzie Tuthill, 416 Goodrich Building . Surgery WinfredWylie Surgery 8o American College of Surgeons ARIZONA — Continued Prescott Charles R. K. Swetnam RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Clarence Edgar Yount, 214 South Mt. Vernon Street . Surgery Tucson Joel I. Butler, 123 South Stone Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery Meade Clyne, 123 South Stone Avenue Surgery George E. Dodge, 108 North Stone Avenue .... Surgery ARKANSAS Batesville R. C. Dorr Surgery Bentonville Charles Hastings Cargile, 212 West 12th Street . . . Surgery Conway George Snider Brown, Front Street Surgery Dermott Edward E. Barlow, loi Iowa Street Surgery Fayetteville Edward F. Ellis, 104 North College Avenue .... Surgery Andrew S. Gregg, First National Bank Building . . . Surgery Fort Smith W. R. Brooksher, First National Bank Building . . . Surgery St. Cloud Cooper, 604 First National Bank Building . Surgery James A. Foltz, Merchants National Bank Building . Surgery Herbert Moulton, Merchants National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Jefferson D. Southard, loi North 6th Street .... Surgery Hot Springs Howard Paxton Collings, Dugan-Stuart Building Genito-Urinary Surgery William V. Laws, Dugan-Stuart Building Surgery John F. Rowland, Thompson Building Surgery Zuber Nathaniel Short, Dugan-Stuart Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Albert Henry Tribble, 340 Central Avenue .... Surgery JONESBORO Homer A. Stroud, 506 Main Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 8i ARKANSAS — Continued Little Rock Rupert Mitchum Blakely, 426 Exchange Bank Building Surgery Robert Caldwell, Exchange Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Dewell Gann, Jr., 315 Boyle Building Surgery Mahlon D. Ogden, 900 Scott Street Surgery James I. Scarborough, 900 Scott Street Surgery Wells Ferrin Smith, Donaghey Building Surgery William A. Snodgrass, Donaghey Building .... Surgery Frank Vinsonhaler, Urquhart Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology A. Watkins, 513 Donaghey Building Surgery Paris John James Smith Surgery Pine Bluff J. S. Jenkins, 508 Citizens Bank Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Arthur Clifford Jordan, i22 2 Main Street .... Surgery J. William Scales, 204K Main Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Prairie Grove WUl Hugh Mock, Neal Street Surgery Rogers Charles Forrest Perkins Surgery Texarkana Archibald Eastwood Chace, 1404 Dudley Avenue . . Surgery John Richard Dale, 6th and Beech Streets .... Surgery Theron Earle Fuller, Texarkana National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Thomas F, Kittrell, 308 State National Bank Building . Surgery Robert Howell T. Mann, State National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology H. H. Smiley, State Bank Building Surgery CALIFORNIA Anaheim A. H. Galvin, 117 North Claudina Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Bakersfield Frank Joseph Gundry, Hopkins Building Surgery 82 American College of Surgeons CALIFORNIA— Continued Banning John C. King, Livingston Avenue Surgery Berkeley Vard H. Hulen, Berkeley Bank Building . . . Ophthalmology Robert T. Legge, University of California Infirmary Surgery John Sayre Marshall, 2521 Durant Avenue . . . Oral Surgery BURBANK Elmer H. Thompson, 102K East San Fernando Road Surgery Chico Edward E. Baumeister Surgery CORONADO Paul Wegeforth, Bank of Coronado Building .... Surgery Eureka Charles Clifford Falk, First National Bank Building Surgery Fresno Allen Bonner McConnell, Griffith-McKenzie Building Surgery John H. Pettis, Mattel Building Surgery Gilroy Jonas Clark Surgery Hollister Leonard Charles Hull, 343 sth Street Surgery Los Angeles F. C. Ainley, 11 17 Brockman Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Eliot Alden, 6422 Hollywood Boulevard Surgery Milton A. Barndt, 511 Consolidated Realty Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Mackenzie Brown, Brockman Building . . Oto-Laryngology De Witt C. Bryant, 716 Broadway Central Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Ernest Albert Bryant, 520 Los Angeles Railway Building Surgery William Patrick Burke, 502 Merritt Building . Surgery Guy Cochran, 596 Pacific Electric Building .... Surgery Titian Coffey, 326 Marsh-Strong Building .... Obstetrics A. Bennett Cooke, 1019 Hollingsworth Building . . Surgery Robert V. Day, 621 Baker-Detwiler Building . . Urology Frank E. Detling, 756 South Broadway Ophth. y Rhinol. f Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 83 CALIFORNIA — Continued Los Angeles — Continued Edward Thomas Dillon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital . . . Surgery Philip Schuyler Doane, 424 Consolidated Realty Building Gynecology WiUiam Henry Dudley, 512 Brockman Building Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology John Dunlop, 803 Pacific Mutual Building . Orthopedic Surgery Willoughby G. Dye, 502 Merritt Building .... Surgery William A. Edwards, Security Building Surgery H. Bert. EUis, 1219 Marsh-Strong Building . Ophth., Laryngology Carl Fisher, Pacific Mutual BuUding .... Ophthalmology E. W. Fleming, 806 Pacific Mutual Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology John Knox Gailey, 823 North Kenmore Avenue . . . Retired Edgar E. Gelder, 319 Merritt Building .... Gynecology R. Watson Graham, 801 Pacific Mutual Building Ophthalmology Walter O. Henry, 917 Baker-Detwiler Building . . . Surgery Henry W. Howard, Charles C. Chapman Building . . Surgery Walter Leslie Huggins, 916 Pacific Mutual Building . Surgery Maurice Kahn, mi Brockman Building Surgery L. P. KauU, 1023 Pacific Mutual Building .... Surgery Arthur L. Kelsey, 1005 Brockman Building Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Hugo Albert Kiefer, 406 Brockman Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology WiUiam H. Kiger, 711 Pacific Mutual Building . . Proctology Cyrus A. Kirkley, 432 South Serrano Avenue . . Gynecology Carl Kurtz, 609 H. W. Hellman Building Surgery Edmond M. Lazard, 547 South Kingsley Drive Gynecology Obstetrics Eugene Richards Lewis, 1920 Orange Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Andrew Stewart Lobingier, 710 Merritt Building . . Surgery Theodore C. Lyster, 1920 Orange Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Granville MacGowan, Brack Shops Building .... Urology WUbur W. MacKenzie, HoUingsworth Building . . . Surgery Archibald L. Macleish, 1104 Brockman Building . Ophthalmology Leon Wallace Mansur, 1109 Brockman Building . Ophthalmology Harry N. Mayo, 408 Hibernian Building Surgery William Taylor McArthur, 2025 Western Avenue . . Surgery 84 American College of Surgeons CALIFORNIA — Continued Los Angeles — Continued G. W. McCoy, Security Building Ophth., RhinoL, Olo-Laryngology Thomas McHugh, 510 Van Nuys Building .... Surgery Robert Phillips McReynoIds, 307 Coulter Building . , Surgery Frank W. Miller, 811 Pacific Mutual Building Ophthalmology Lloyd Mills, 927 Citizens National Bank Building Ophthalmology E. C. Moore, 1005 Merchants National Bank Building . Surgery M. L. Moore, 1007 Merchants National Bank Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Lewis Burrows Morton, St. Vincent ' s Hospital . . . Surgery Harold Struan Muckleston, 912 Van Nuys Building Oto-Laryngology Charles Eaton Phillips, 706 Pacific Mutual Building . Surgery Carl W. Rand, 10.34 Pacific Mutual Building . . . Surgery William W. Richardson, 311 Brockman Building . . Surgery Frederick W. Rinkenberger, Merchants National Bank Building Surgery Turner F. Roberts, 924 Pacific Mutual Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Leon Joseph Roth, 927 Pacific Mutual Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Hans Ernst Walter Schiffbauer, Title Insurance Building Surgery James Harvey Seymour, 502 Brockman Building . . Surgery Henry Newton Shaw, 901 Pacific Mutual Building . Gynecology Francis Eppes Shine, 1 1 20 Brockman Building . . Surgery Roland E. Skeel, Title Insurance Building .... Surgery Josiah Morris Slemons, 819 Pacific Mutual Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Rea Smith, 22 Chester Place Surgery Paul F. Straub, 1900 North Vermont Avenue . Surgery Charles T. Sturgeon, 710 Merritt Building .... Surgery George Thomason, 317 HoUingsworth Building . . Surgery Clarence Gaines Toland, 1027 Pacific Mutual Building . Surgery Adolph Tyroler, 337 Kerckhoflf Building Surgery Jean J. A. Van Kaathoven, 628 Van Nuys Building . Surgery W. E. Waddell, 927 Citizens National Bank Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ralph Williams, Charles C. Chapman Building . Urology William LeMoyne Wills, International Bank Building . Surgery Geographical List oj Fellows 85 CALIFORNIA — Continued Los Angeles — Continued Orville 0. Witherbee, Pacific Mutual Building . . . Surgery Charles W. Yerxa, 520 Los Angeles Railway Building . Surgery Charles E. Zerfing, 400 Pantages Building .... Surgery McCloud Joseph Marshall Flint Surgery Modesto Earl Roby McPheeters, Evans Hospital Surgery Oakland Clark L. Abbott, Central Bank Building Surgery Lemuel Payson Adams, Federal Realty Building . . Surgery Samuel H. Buteau, 1307 Broadway Surgery Thomas J. Clark, Oakland Bank of Savings Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Daniel Crosby, 20th and Webster Streets Surgery Dennis D. Crowley, Central Bank Building .... Surgery Clarence A. DePuy, 532 15th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles Alfred Dukes, Central Bank Building . . Gynecology Mark Lewis Emerson, 1307 Broadway Surgery E. N. Ewer, Federal Realty Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics John Radford Fearn, First National Bank Building . . Surgery William L. Friedman, 1706 Broadway . . . Ophthalmology John de Lafayette Grissim, Dalziel Building .... Surgery David Hadden, Oakland Bank of Savings Building . Gynecology Oliver D. Hamlin, Federal Realty Building .... Surgery George G. Reinle, 532 15th Street Urology Robert Thompson Stratton, 441 Fairmount Avenue . . Surgery Hayward G. Thomas, Dalziel Building Ophth., Rhinal., Oto-Laryngohgy Ontario Geoffrey Joseph Fleming, 612 North Euclid Avenue . Urology OXNARD William Reinhardt Livingston, 426 B Street . Surgery, Obstetrics Palo Alto Harry B. Reynolds, Eraser Building Surgery Pasadena John H. Breyer, 414 Chamber of Commerce Building . Surgery William D. Dilworth, 1220 South Pasadena Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology 86 American College of Surgeons CALIFORNIA — Continued Pasadena — Continued H. M. Griffith, 515 Citizens Savings Bank Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charles D. Lockwood, 295 Markham Place .... Surgery Fitch C. E. Mattison, Chamber of Commerce Building . Surgery Samuel Jones Mattison, 712 Citizens Savings Bank Building Surgery, Obstetrics J. R. Reed, 203 Citizens Bank Building . . . Ophthalmology William Humes Roberts, 461 East Colorado Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charles H. Rodi, 990 Atchison Street Surgery Henry Howard Sherk, 268 South Orange Grove Avenue . Surgery Pomona B. A. McBurney, Palm Villa Ranch Surgery Joseph K. Swindt, Investment Building Surgery Redlands Ernest O. J. Eytinge, 118 Cajon Street Surgery Carlos Grout Hilliard, 126 Cajon Street Surgery Walter B. Power, 233 Cajon Street Surgery Riverside Bon. O. Adams, 306 Loring Building Surgery Cornelius Van Zwaluwenburg, mi Main Street . . . Surgery Sacramento William EUery Briggs, 1027 loth Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Andrew Mitchell Henderson, 824 J Street .... Surgery Carl William Wahrer, Physicians Building .... Surgery San Bernardino Henry William Mills, Chamber of Commerce Building . Surgery Philip M. Savage, 499 E Street Surgery D. C. Strong, 425 4th Street Surgery San Diego Thomas O. Burger, 1200 First National Bank Building. Surgery Vernon Greene Clark, 415 Elm Street Surgery J. F. Grant, 423 First National Bank Building . Ophthalmology H. P. Newman, American National Bank Building Gynecology B. J. O ' Neill, Jr., First National Bank Building . . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 87 CALIFORNIA — Continued San Diego — Continued Thomas F. Wier, 708 Timkin Building Obstetrics Peleg Benson Wing, 1000 Watts Building . . . Ophthalmology San Francisco Thomas Edward Bailly, 870 Market Street .... Surgery Gilbert M. Barrett, 516 Sutter Street Surgery Henry Alexander Brown, 275 Post Street . . . Ophthalmology Harold Brunn, 350 Post Street Surgery Guido E. Caglieri, 21 Columbus Avenue Surgery Paul S. Campiche, 560 Sutter Street Surgery Frank B. Carpenter, 715 Howard Building .... Surgery Walter B. Coflfey, Medical Building Surgery Asa W. Collins, 126 Post Street Surgery F. J. S. Conlan, 135 Stockton Street . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Alfred Lawrence Draper, Shreve Building Surgery Frederick Fehleisen. 400 Clayton Street Surgery Arthur L. Fisher, Medical Building . . . Orthopedic Surgery Walter Scott Franklin, Butler Building . . . Ophthalmology Philip Kingsnorth Gilman, 350 Post Street .... Surgery Harrington B. Graham, Shreve Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Joseph Underwood Hall, 133 Geary Street .... Surgery Frank Hinman, 516 Sutter Street Urology L. H. Hoffman, 177 Post Street Gynecology Louis Philippe Howe, 200 Bush Street Surgery Thomas Waterman Huntington, Mills Building . . . Surgery Solomon Hyman, 135 Stockton Street Surgery S. Nicholas Jacobs, 209 Post Street Surgery August J. Lartigau, 391 Sutter Street Surgery Charles Gabriel Levison, 870 Market Street .... Surgery Frank W. Lynch, University of California Hospital Gynecology, Obstetrics William Crawford Mackintosh, 1095 Market Street . . Surgery George Jewett McChesney, 1202 Flood Building Orthopedic Surgery Henry Meyer, 240 Stockton Street . . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Martin Molony, 1054 Sutter Street Urology Fermin Ralph Orella, 323 Geary Street .... Gynecology Kaspar Pischel, 135 Stockton Street Ophth., KhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Theodore C. Rethers, 650 Phelan Building .... Surgery Emmet Rixford, 1795 California Street Surgery 88 American College of Surgeons CALIFORNIA — Continued San Francisco — Continued Russell Colquhoun Ryan, 362 Flood Building Henry Anthon Lewis Ryfkogel, 516 Sutter Street George Burbank Somers, ' 2662 Vallejo Street . Burt Smith Stevens, Medical Building Surgery Surgery Gynecology Surgery William E. Stevens, 210 Post Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Stanley Stillman, Lane Hospital Surgery Chester James Teass, Medical Building .... Gynecology Wallace Irving Terry, 240 Stockton Street .... Surgery Isaac Walton Thome, 516 Sutter Street Surgery Richard Frank Tomlinson, 1 286 Flood Building . Surgery William Francis B. Wakefield, 1065 Sutter Street Gynecology, Obstetrics James Thomas Watkins, Medical Building Orthopedic Surgery Alanson Weeks, 350 Post Street Surgery Cvillen F. Welty, 210 Post Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Emma K. Willits, 408 Stockton Street Surgery Walter H. Winterberg, 516 Sutter Street Surgery Alfred Jacob Zobel, 210 Post Street ...... Proctology San Jose David A. Beattie, 210 South ist Street Surgery , Charles Walter Delaney, 1555 The Alameda .... Surgery Doxey R. Wilson, Santa Clara Coimty Hospital . . . Surgery San Luis Obispo William Miller Stover, 1130 Garden Street .... Surgery San Mateo Walter C. Chides ter, Red Cross Hospital Surgery Santa Ana Jesse Manning Burlew, Spurgeon Building .... Surgery Santa Barbara Joseph Alfred Andrews, 1229 State Street Elmer Jefferson Bissell, Mission Canyon Rexwald Brown, Santa Barbara Clinic Theodore L. Chase Benjamin F. Cunningham .... Lucius W. Hotchkiss, San Marcos Building George W. Jean, San Marcos Building Ophth Oto-Laryngology Ophthalmology Surgery Retired Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology Geographical List of Fellows 89 CALIFORNIA — Continued Santa Barbara — Continued Samuel Robinson, San Marcos Building Surgery Harold Sidebotham, San Marcos Building .... Surgery George S. Wells, San Marcos BuUding . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Santa Cruz Percy Todd Phillips, Hihn Building Surgery Santa Maria Moses Thorner, North Vine Street Surgery Santa Rosa Joseph Hughes Shaw, 213 Exchange Place .... Surgery Sierra Madre Norman H. Goodenow, 71 Baldwin Avenue . Ophth., Laryngology SONORA Elisha Tolman Gould, 631 Washington Street . . . Surgery Stockton Robert R. Hammond, 435 Park Street, West .... Surgery Charles Rees Harry, F. and M. Bank Building . . . Surgery Whittier Benjamin Franklin Miller, ioi East Philadelphia Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Horace P. Wilson, Whittier National Bank Building Surgery Woodland Fred R. Fairchild, 754 College Street Surgery YoRBA Linda Lester Keller . Retired COLORADO Boulder Walter W. Reed, Physicians Building . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Colorado Springs Frank L. Dennis, Ferguson Building .... Oto-Laryngology Peter Oliver Hanford, 720 North Nevada Avenue . . Surgery John B. Hartwell, Burns Building Surgery Alexander C. Magruder, Ferguson Building . . Ophthalmology David Porter Mayhew, 218 Burns Building .... Surgery L. H. McKinnie, 316 Ferguson Building Surgery WilUam Valentine Mullin, 301 Ferguson Building Oto-Laryngology Beverley Tucker, 301 Ferguson Building Surgery 90 American College of Surgeons COLORADO — Continued Denver Melville Black, 424 Metropolitan Building . . Ophthalmology T. Mitchell Burns, 640 Metropolitan Building Obstetrics, Gynecology Thomas Edward Carmody, 806 Metropolitan Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Foster H. Cary, Metropolitan Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Haskell Cohen, 302 Metropolitan Building .... Surgery David H. Coover, 412 Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology William H. Crisp, 530 Metropolitan Building . . Ophthalmology John B. Davis, 660 Metropolitan Building .... Urology Edward F. Dean, 100 Metropolitan Building .... Surgery John McEwen Foster, 708 Metropolitan Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology O. S. Fowler, 530 Metropolitan Building Surgery Robert T. Frank, 511 Majestic Building .... Gynecology Leonard Freeman, 424 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery Thomas J. Gallaher, 605 California Building . . Oto-Laryngology Eugene C. Gehrung, 4177 King Street Retired William W. Grant, Mack Building Surgery Casper Frank Hegner, Metropolitan Building . . . Surgery C. B. Ingraham, Jr., Metropolitan Building .... Surgery Edward Jackson, 318 Majestic Building . . . Ophthalmology Walter A. Jayne, 535 Majestic Building .... Gynecology Samuel Fosdick Jones, 516 Majestic Building . Orthopedic Surgery Robert Levy, 406 Metropolitan Building . . Oto-Laryngology Lorenzo B. Lockard, 920 Metropolitan Building . Oto-Laryngology Charles Baldwin Lyman, Metropolitan Building . . . Surgery Oliver Lyons, 266 Metropolitan Building Urology Francis H. McNaught, 742 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery George B. Packard, 1344 Franklin Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Cuthbert Powell, 2261 Albion Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles Andrews Powers, University Club .... Surgery John F. Roe, Metropolitan Building Surgery Edmund James A. Rogers, 222 West Colfax Avenue . Surgery Frank E. Rogers, Majestic Building Surgery Matt R. Root, 312 Majestic Building Surgery William Alexander Sedwick, 764 Metropolitan Building Ophthalmology Oscar Maurice Sherc, 610 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 91 COLORADO — Continued Denver — Continued W. M. Spitzer, Metropolitan Building . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Hiram R. Stilwill, 820 Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology David A. Strickler, 612 Empire Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Chauncey E. Tennant, Empire Building Surgery Horace G. Wetherill, 11 27 Race Street Surg ery Henry W. Wilcox, 302 Majestic Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Englewood Alden D. Catterson, 3533 South Broadway .... Surgery Fort Collins William A. Kickland, 210 Colorado Building .... Surgery Grand Junction Heman Rowlee Bull, 407 North 7 th Street .... Surgery Knud Hanson, Canon Block Surgery Pueblo Wflliam T. H. Baker, 217 West Orman Avenue . . . Surgery John A. Black, 103 West Pitkin Avenue Surgery Richard Warren Corwin, Minnequa Hospital .... Surgery Crum Epler, 650 Thatcher Building Surgery James Jay Pattee, 511 Thatcher Building . . . Ophth., Otology William Senger, Minnequa Hospital Surgery Thomas A. Stoddard, Thatcher Block Surgery Trinidad John R. Espey, 335 East Main Street Surgery CONNECTICUT Bridgeport Charles C. Godfrey, 340 State Street Surgery J. Murray Johnson, 276 West Avenue Gynecology Henry Shillingford Miles, 881 Lafayette Street . Ophthalmology John F. Shea, 1254 East Main Street Surgery Herbert E. Smyth, 476 John Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frank William Stevens, 829 Myrtle Avenue . . . Gynecology John W. Wright, 810 Myrtle Avenue Surgery Danbury David Chester Brown, 330 Main Street . . . . . Surgery Harris F. Brownlee, 342 Main Street Surgery 92 American College of Surgeons CONNECTICUT — Continued Danielson George McClellan Burroughs, s Broad Street . Ophthalmology Greenwich Fritz C. Hyde, Maple Avenue Surgery Hartford George Newton Bell, 44 High Street Surgery John B. Boucher, 25 Charter Oak Avenue .... Surgery Thomas W. Chester, 50 Farmington Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Donald Brett Cragin, 179 Allyn Street Surgery John Wellington Felty, 902 Main Street Surgery Michael H. Gill, 36 Pearl Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Thomas N. Hepburn, 179 Allyn Street Surgery H. Gilderslceve Jarvis, 179 Allyn Street .... Surgery Edward Rutledge Lampson, 175 North Beacon Street . Surgery Wilbert E. McClellan, 179 Allyn Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Butler McCook, 396 Main Street Surgery Alfred M. Rowley, 179 AUyn Street Surgery E. Terry Sniith, 36 Pearl Street Ophth., Otology Paul Plummer Swett, 179 Allyn Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Charles Ezra Taft, 50 Farmington Avenue .... Surgery Ernest Alden Wells, 580 Asylum Street Surgery Thacher W. Worthen, 179 Allyn Street Stirgery Meriden Edward Wier Smith, 34 West Main Street .... Surgery MiDDLETOWN John E. Loveland, 93 Broad Street Surgery New Haven Arthur N. Ailing, 257 Church Street .... Ophthalmology A. No well Creadick, Yale University . Gynecology, Obstetrics Willis Hanford Crowe, 59 College Street Surgery William Core Duffy, New Haven Hospital .... Surgery Willis E. Hartshorn, 67 Trumbull Street Surgery Samuel C. Harvey, New Haven Hospital Surgery Gabriel J. Jkckowitz, 347 Orange Street Surgery Arthur Henry Morse, 71 College Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Francis H. Reilly, 230 Church Street Surgery Thomas Hubbard Russell, 57 Trumbull Street . . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 93 CONNECTICUT — Continued New Haven — Continued F. N. Sperry, 59 College Street . . . Rhinol., Olo-Laryngology Herbert Thorns, 59 College Street Surgery William Francis Verdi, 27 Elm Street Surgery E. Reed Whittemore, 19 Whitney Avenue .... Surgery New London Thomas Adams Woodruff, Plant Building . . Ophthalmology NORWALK William Joseph Tracey, 23 West Avenue Surgery POMFRET Seldom Burden Overlook Surgery Stamford George R. R. Hertzberg, 40 South Street .... Surgery Waterbury Henry Gray Anderson, 39 Leavenworth Street . . Gynecology Charles H. Brown, 57 North Main Street .... Gynecology Augustin Averill Crane, 300 West Main Street . . . Surgery John Sinclair Dye, Lilley Building Surgery Carl Eugene Munger, 81 North Main Street . . Oto-Laryngology Nelson Asa Pomeroy, 76 Center Street Surgery George Milton Smith, 76 Center Street Surgery DELAWARE Wilmington William E. Bird, 1022 Dupont Building Surgery James A. Draper, 1015 Washington Street .... Surgery Joshua A. Ellegood, Equitable Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Oscar La Motte, Industrial Trust Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Palmer, Jr., 1900 Delaware Avenue Surgery William H. Speer, 805 West Street Surgery Harold L. Springer, 1013 Washington Street .... Surgery DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington William H. Arthur, 2130 Le Roy Place Retired Edward A. Balloch, 2000 i6th Street, N. W Surgery 94 American College of Surgeons DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Washington — Continued Daniel Le Ray Borden, 815 Connecticut Avenue . . Surgery William Cline Borden, 2306 Tracy Place Surgery J. Wesley Bovee, 815 Connecticut Avenue . . Gynecology W. S. Bowen, The Farragut Obstetrics Joseph H. Bryan, 818 17th Street, N, W. . . . Oto-Laryngology W. P. Carr, 1801 K Street, N. W Surgery Virginius Dabney, 1633 Connecticut Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Thornwall Davis, 927 Farragut Square . Ophthalmology William Gage Erving, 162 1 Connecticut Avenue Orthopedic Surgery Thomas M. Foley, 1334 19th Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery H. A. Fowler, 1621 Connecticut Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery Homer Gifford Fuller, 204 The Farragut Genito-Urinary Surgery Louis Storrow Greene, 1624 I Street, N. W. . . Ophthalmology Francis Randall Hagner, The Farragut Genito-Urinary Surgery Charles M. Hammett, 1330 I Street, N. W. . . Ophthalmology A. Barnes Hooe, 1220 1 6th Street, N. W Gynecology Edmund J. Horgan, Stoneleigh Court Surgery Howard Hume, 1830 Jefferson Place, N. W Surgery Virgil B. Jackson, 1801 K Street, N. W Surgery Howard Francis Kane, Stoneleigh Court Obstetrics J. Thomas Kelley, Jr., 13 12 15th Street, N. W. . . Gynecology Harry Hyland Kerr, 1742 N Street, N. W Surgery Arthur H. Kimball, The Farragut Ophthalmology Robert Scott Lamb, Stoneleigh Court .... Ophthalmology Huron W. Lawson, 1706 Rhode Island Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Louis C. Lehr, 1737 H Street, N. W. . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Francis B, Loring, 1420 K Street, N. W. . . . Ophth., Otology Thomas L. Macdonald, 1501 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W Gynecology William B. Marbury, 1403 21st Street, N. W. ... Surgery William Beverley Mason, 1738 M Street, N. W. Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Oscar A. M. McKimmie, 1330 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology G. Brown Miller, 1730 K Street, N. W. . Gynecology, Obstetrics James Farnandis Mitchell, 1344 19th Street, N. W. . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 95 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Washington — Continued John F. Moran, 2426 Pennsylvania Avenue .... Obstetrics William S. NeweU, 1029 Vermont Avenue . . Ophthalmology Eugene G. Northington Surgery William O. Owen, 2719 Ontario Road, N. W. ... Surgery Edward Mason Parker, 1726 M Street, N. W. ... Surgery Daniel Webster Prentiss, 1213 M Street, N. W. . . . Surgery Robert C. Ransdell, The St. Nicholas Surgery Luther Halsey Reichelderfer, 1721 Connecticut Avenue Surgery Charles W. Richardson, 13 17 Connecticut Avenue RhitioL, Oto-Laryngology James Julius Richardson, 1509 i6th Street, N. W. Oto-Laryngology John Lewis Higgles, Stoneleigh Court . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles E. Sawyer, Army and Navy Building . . . Surgery Edward Grant Seibert, 1545 I Street, N. W. Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Aurelius Rives Shands, 901 i6th Street, N. W. Orthopedic Surgery Daniel Kerfoot Shute, 1727 De Sales Street . . Ophthalmology A. Camp Stanley, The Farragut Surgery A. L. Stavely, 1744 M Street, N. W. . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Isaac Scott Stone, 1618 Rhode Island Avenue . . Gynecology Robert Y. Sullivan, Stoneleigh Coiurt . . Gynecology, Obstetrics GeorgeTully Vaughan, 1718 I Street, N. W Surgery Reginald R. Walker, The Rochambeau Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Walter Duvall Webb, Stoneleigh Court Surgery John R. Wellington, 1723 Connecticut Avenue . . , Surgery Walter A. Wells, The Rochambeau .... Oto-Laryngology Charles Stanley White, 911 i6th Street, N. W. . . . Surgery William Holland Wilmer, 1610 I Street, N. W. . Ophthalmology Medical Corps, United States Army Arthur M. Alden Percy M. Ashbvu-n Bailey K. Ashford Mahlon Ashford Frank Cole Baker William B. Banister Joseph E. Bastion 96 American College of Surgeons DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Medical Corps, United States Army — Continued Henry Beeuwkes James L. Bevans Henry P. Birmingham William N. Bispham Edgar Allan Bocock Albert S. Bowen Thomas S. Bratton Roger Brooke Orville Graham Brown Earl H. Bruns Carroll Deforest Buck Daniel P. Card Weston P. Chamberlain Albert Patton Clark Jere B. Clayton Jacob M. CofiBn C. Clark Collins Clarence H. Connor Charles F. Craig Samuel S. Creighton Robert M. Culler Carl R. Damall Elmer A. Dean Matthew A. DeLaney Wallace DeWitt Douglas F. Duval William R. Eastman Benjamin Jones Edger, Jr. George M. Edwards George Macy Ekwurzel Powell Conrad Fauntleroy Peter Conover Field James D. Fife Henry C. Fisher Joseph Herbert Ford Charles L. Foster Ernest R. Gentry Harry L. Gilchrist Geographical List of Fellows 97 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Medical Corps, Uotted States Army — Continued James D, Glennan Ralph Harvard Goldthwaite George H. R. Gosman Henry S. Greenleaf Junius Claiborne Gregory Jay W. Grissinger Paul S. Halloran John W. Hanner Haywood S. Hansell W. Lee Hart Frederick M. Hartsock Louis Thales Hess Deane C. Howard Paul C. Hutton Merritte W. Ireland Howard H. Johnson Harold W, Jones Percy L. Jones George F. Juenemann Jefferson R, Kean Frank Royer Keefer William L. Keller James M. Kennedy Edgar King Albert G. Love Charles Ljoich William J. Lyster Clarence J. Manly Charles F. Mason Walter D. McCaw Champe C. McCulloch Raymond F. Metcalfe Reuben B. Miller William Henry Moncrief Samuel J. Morris Charles F. Morse Edward Lyman Munson Henry J. Nichols 98 American College of Surgeons DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Medical Corps, United States Army — Continued Robert E. Noble Leartus J. Owen Robert Urie Patterson George P. Peed Elbert E. Persons James M. Phalen Hiram A, Phillips Robert Hamilton Pierson Henry C. Pillsbury Henry F. Pipes Francis Herbert Poole Ralph S. Porter Will L. Pyles Guy Logan Quails Mathew A. Reasoner Charles R. Reynolds Frederick P. Reynolds Thomas L. Rhoads Ernest L. RufiFner Edward R. Schreiner Henry A. Shaw John L. Shepard M. A. W. Shockley J. Ralph Shook Joseph Franklin Siler George A. Skinner Lloyd Llewellyn Smith Alexander N. Stark William H. Thearle Albert E. Truby Arnold Dwight Tuttle Alfred P. Upshur James Wallace Van Dusen Edward B, Vedder Sanford H. Wadhams Frank W. Weed Arthur Maunder Whaley Charles Willcox Geographical List of Fellows 99 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Medical Corps, United States Army — Continued Allie Walter Williams Llewellyn P. Williamson Francis A. Winter Edwin Philip Wolfe Medical Corps, United States Navy Frederick G. Abeken William A. Angwin Frederick Asser Asserson Robert A. Bachmann William H. Bell Frederick Leslie Benton Norman S. Betts Louis W. Bishop Edward Maurice Blackwell Norman Jerome Blackwood Edward S. Bogert Joel T. Boone William Clarence Braisted John M. Brister Charles S. Butler Dudley N. Carpenter David C. Cather William Chambers Addison B. Clifford Alfred Lee Clifton George F. Cottle Holton C. Curl John B. Dennis Paul T. Dessez Charles M. De Valin Benjamin H. Dorsey Arthur White Dunbar William E. Eaton Middleton Stuart Elliott, Jr. Ammen Farenholt Wrey G. Farwell Archibald Magill Fauntleroy loo American College of Surgeons DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — ConUnued Medical Corps, United States Navy — Continued James Gaven Field Charles Norman Fiske George F. Freeman Francis M. Furlong Harry Alfred Garrison Will Melville Garton James Duncan Gatewood James Edward Gill Cary T. Grayson Charles Courtney Grieve Eugene J. Grow Gordon Dyer Hale George S. Hathaway Reynolds Hayden James Plummer Hajoies Robert Graham Heiner Harry R. Hermesch Montgomery E. Higgins Richmond Cranston Holcomb Robert Eustis Hoyt Earle P. Huff John Hooe Iden Lucius W. Johnson John Brooks Kaufman Herbert Lester Kelley John T. Kennedy Robert Morris Kennedy Charles Poor Kindleberger Frank X. Koltes Harry Hamilton Lane Howard F. Lawrence Robert Emmet Ledbetter James F. Leys Rudolph I. Longabaugh Charles H. T. Lowndes John D. Manchester Henry A. May Albert M. D. McCormick Geographical List of Fellows loi DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Medical Corps, United States Navy — Continued Frank Edward McCullough W. Neil McDoneU Ralph W. McDowell Allen Donald McLean Norman T. McLean Owen J. Mink James M. Minter Joseph J. Muildell Curtis B. Munger Joseph A. Murphy John Land Neilson Henry Edwacd Odell Karl Ohnesorg Edward Henry Herbert Old John Joseph O ' Malley Charles Maiden Oman Joseph Royal Phelps George PickreU Frank Lester Pleadwell Ralph Walter Plummer Frederick E. Porter James Chambers Pryor Edward U. Reed Theodore W. Richards Charles Edward Riggs Ausey H. Robnett Samuel S. Rodman Perceval Sherer Rossiter Lawrence Mavuice Schmidt Frank E. Sellers Luther Sheldon, Jr. Herbert O. Shiffert Charles Gordon Smith George Tucker Smith Harold W. Smith Edward H. Sparkman, Jr. Raymond Spear Paul R. Stalnaker 102 American College oj Surgeons DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Continued Medical Corps, United States Navy — Continued Edward Rhodes Stitt Howard Francis Strine Montgomery A. Stuart James Spottiswoode Taylor Edgar Thompson Joseph P. Traynor George Barnett Trible Eugene A. Vickery Richard Ambrose Warner Ulys Robert Webb Francis W. F. Wieber Condie K. Winn Edgar Lyons Woods James S. Woodward William J. Zalesky United States Public Health Service Hiram W. Austin Rupert Blue Hugh S. Gumming Robert Daniel Maddox John Rich McDill William Colby Rucker Ferdinand Shoemaker FLORIDA Daytona DeanTyler Smith, 121 Bay Street Surgery Jacksonville Norman M. Heggie, Buckman Building Ophlh., Oto- Laryngology Gerry R. Holden, 513 Laura Street Gynecology W. S. Manning, 513 Laura Street . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Carey Pegram Rogers, 1433 Riverside Avenue . . . Surgery Edmund H. Teeter, 305 Duval Building Surgery Rajrmond Custer Turck, 1535 Riverside Avenue . . . Surgery Miami Charles Frederick Sayles, 145 East Flagler Street . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 103 FLORIDA — Continued Orlando R. R. Kime, 301 North Orange Avenue Surgery Milne Barker Swift Retired St, Petersburg Mary Almira Smith, loi Fifth Avenue, North . . . Retired Tampa John S. Hehns, 812 Citizens Bank Building .... Surgery GEORGIA Albany James Miller Barnett, 208 Pine Street ..... S urgery Agnew Hodge Hilsman, Broad and Washington Streets Surgery Athens Ralph Montgomery Goss, 297 Hancock Avenue . . . Surgery Atlanta Augustus Milton Anderson, Connally Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edgar Garrison BaUenger, 805 Healey Building . . . Urology Stephen T. Barnett, 20 East Linden Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Rudolph A. Bartholomew, 746 Peachtree Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Marion T. Benson, 504 Atlanta National Bank Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Frank Kells Boland, 436 Peachtree Street .... Surgery F. Phinizy Calhoun, 833 Candler Building . . Ophth., Otology James LeRoy Campbell, 325 Candler Building . . . Surgery William E. Campbell, Atlanta National Bank Bvdlding Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William L. Champion, Grant Building . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Walter Andrew Crowe, 1501 Hurt Building . . . Gynecology Edward Campbell Davis, 25 East Linden Avenue . Gynecology John F. Denton, Doctors ' Building Gynecology Charles Edward Dowman, 78 Forrest Avenue . . Surgery William Simpson Elkin, 1029 Candler Building . . . Surgery James N. Ellis, 1205 Fourth National Bank Building . Surgery Walter B. Emery, 429 Candler Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery William S. Goldsmith, 404 Healey Bvdlding .... Surgery Lewis Sage Hardin, 812 Hurt Building Surgery I04 American College of Surgeons GEORGIA — Continued Atlanta — Continued Emmett D. Highsmith, 445 Trust Company of Georgia Building Surgery F. G. Hodgson, 746 Peachtree Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Walter Richard Holmes, Jr., 436 Peachtree Street . . Surgery George Pope Huguley, 54 Forrest Avenue .... Surgery Edward Groves Jones, 714 Hurt Building Surgery Hugh M. Lokey, 413 Candler Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William C. Lyle, Candler Building . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Oscar H. Matthews, Flatiron Building Gynecology Obstetrics James R. McCord, 373 Courtland Street . Obstetrics, Gynecology Hal Curtis Miller, 720 Hurt Building Surgery William Perrin Nicolson, Healey Building .... Surgery George Henry Noble, 980 Peachtree Street . . . Gynecology Weldon E. Person, Candler Building Surgery R. B. Ridley, Jr., Atlanta National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Dunbar Roy, Grand Opera House Building . . Ophth., Otology Wijliam A. Selman, 604 Candler Building Surgery William F. Shallenberger, 820 Hvu-t Building Gynecology, Obstetrics A. W. Stirling, Atlanta Trust Company Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Willis Foreman Westmoreland, 53 Forrest Avenue . . Surgery Augusta Joseph Akerman, 1496 Harper Street Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Guy Talmadge Bernard, 204 13th Street . Charles Williams Crane, 1 106 Lamar Building William Henry Doughty, Jr., 822 Greene Street William Henry Goodrich, 508 Lamar Building William C. Kellogg, Lamar Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry Middleton Michel, 638 Greene Street . Orthopedic Surgery Theodore Eugene Oertel, Lamar Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert Lewis Rhodes, 1 103 Lamar Building .... Surgery George Albert Traylor, Lamar Building Surgery Thomas R. Wright, 402 9th Street Surgery Ideographical List of Fellows 105 GEORGIA — Continued Gainesville James Henry Downey, 13 Sycamore Street .... Surgery Macon Charles Cotton Harrold, 550 Orange Street .... Surgery Kingman P. Moore, Bibb Realty Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Olin H. Weaver, 722 Spring Street Surgery Rome Ross Parker Cox Ophth., Rhinol., Olo-Laryngology Robert Maxwell Harbin, 100 3rd Avenue Surgery William Pickens Harbin, 100 3rd Avenue Surgery George Barker Smith . Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Savannah Jabez Jones, De Renne Apartments Surgery Henry Hager Martin, 247 Bull Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Walter A. Norton, 105 Oglethorpe Avenue, East . . Surgery Thomas Pinckney Waring, De Renne Apartments . . Surgery George Reeves White, 2 Liberty Street, East .... Surgery Thomasville Arthur D. H. Little, 203 Masonic Building .... Surgery Charles Hansell Watt, 403 Masonic Building .... Surgery Valdosta Alexander G. Little, i34 North Patterson Street . . Surgery IDAHO Boise Franz H. Brandt, Overland Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology E. E. Maxey, Idaho Building . . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Lucien P. McCalla, Boise City Bank Building . . . Surgery Robert L. Nourse, Idaho Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Joseph R. Nxmibers, 212 Idaho Building Surgery Fred A. Pittenger, 407 Overland Building Surgery John S. Springer, 208 Idaho Building Surgery James L. S. Stewart, 410 Overland Building .... Surgery John M. Taylor, Empire Building Surgery Idaho Falls Clifford M. Cline, Farmers and Merchants Bank Building Surgery io6 American College of Surgeons IDAHO — Continued Lewiston Charles Whiting Shaff, 212 sth Street Surgery Moscow Warner H. Carithers, ist and Jackson Streets . . . Surgery POCATELLO William Forrest Howard, 303 Carlson Building . . . Surgery Thomas Francis Mullen, Kane Building Surgery Abram Mark Newton, 300 Kane Building .... Surgery Edward Newman Roberts, 407 Kane Building . . . Surgery William A. Wright, 300 Kane Building Surgery Wallace Charles Rothelles Mowery, 6th and Cedar Streets . . Surgery ILLINOIS Belleville Grover C. Otrich, Commercial Building Rhinol., Olo-Laryngology Charles H. Starkel, 1 1 South Church Street .... Surgery Bloomington Thomas Wilbur Bath Surgery Ernest Mammen, 308 Griesheim Building Surgery Robert Avery Noble, 1406 East Washington Street . . Surgery Joseph Whitefield Smith, 11 22 East Grove Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oio-Laryngology BUSHNELL George S. Duntley, 408 East Main Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Cairo Flint Bondurant, Cairo National Bank Building . . . Surgery William Franklin Grinstead, 808 Commercial Avenue . Surgery Canton James Edmund Coleman, 24 North Main Street . . . Surgery Carbondale Henry C. Mitchell, 202 West Main Street .... Surgery Champaign James Hugh Finch, 308 Illinois Building Surgerjf William L. Gray Surgery Thomas J. McKinney, 300 First National Bank Building Surgery reograpkical List of Fellows 107 ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago Charles Adams, 920 North Michigan Avenue .... Retired Frank Allport, 7 West Madison Street . . Ophth., Otology George C. Amerson, 31 North State Street .... Surgery E. Wyllys Andrews, 1235 Astor Street Surgery Frank T. Andrews, 448 Barry Avenue .... Gynecology Cecil V. Bachelle, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . Gynecology Charles S. Bacon, 2156 Sedgwick Street . Obstetrics, Gynecology Joseph Louis Baer, 104 South Michigan Avenue Obstetrics, Gynecology E. Stillman Bailey, 22 East Washington Street . . Gynecology Walter S. Barnes, 29 East Madison Street .... Surgery Channing W. Barrett, 25 East Washington Street . Gynecology W. L. Bamn, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery 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 Genito-Urinary Surgery Joseph Z. Bergeron, 104 South Michigan Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frederic A. Besley, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Ralph Boeme Bettman, 5 South Wabash Avenue . . Surgery Arthur Dean Bevan, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . Surgery John W. Birk, 4654 Sheridan Road . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Arthur D. Black, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . Oral Surgery Wallace Blanchard, 15 East Washington Street Orthopedic Surgery Carl F. Bookwalter, 104 South Michigan Avenue Rhinol., Ota-Laryngology Jesse Franklin Boone, 818 East 47th Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George William Boot, 25 East Washington Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Edson Boynton, no North Wabash Avenue Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Frank Brawley, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Otology Lewis Wine Bremerman, 1919 Prairie Avenue . . . Urology Truman W. Brophy, 81 East Madison Street . . Oral Surgery Edward J. Brougham, 163 West Chicago Avenue . . Surgery io8 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued Edward M. Brown, 25 East Washington Street . . . Surgery Coleman Graves Buford, 122 South Michigan Avenue . Surgery George N. Bussey, 1810 Wilson Avenue . . Surgery, Obstetrics Clark A. Buswell, 1952 Irving Park Boulevard . . . Surgery Henry Turman Byford, 122 South Michigan Avenue Gynecology Frank Byrnes, 3203 North Clark Street Surgery James Tweedie Campbell, 30 North Michigan Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frank Cary, 2536 Prairie Avenue Obstetrics French S. Cary, 30 North Michigan Avenue .... Urology John Algernon Cavanaugh, 7 West Madison Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Howard Roy Chislett, 4721 Greenwood Avenue . . . Surgery Charles C. Clark, 765 Oakwood Boulevard .... Surgery Peter S. Clark, 818 East 47th Street Surgery CUnton C. Collier, 25 East Washington Street Ophlh., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Sylvan Coombs, Surf Apartments Surgery Budd C. Corbus, 30 North Michigan Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery Edward L. Cornell, 122 South Michigan Avenue Obstetrics, Gynecology John Stanley Coulter, 5 North Wabash Avenue . . . Surgery William R. Cubbins, 29 East Madison Street .... Surgery Carey Culbertson, 30 North Michigan Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Ralph Clinton Cupler, 5222 Blackstone Avenue . . . Surgery Arthur H. Curtis, 104 South Michigan Avenue . Gynecology George Luther Davenport, 31 North State Street . . Surgery Frank Elmer David, 25 East Washington Street . . Proctology Ray H. Davies, 30 North Michigan Avenue .... Surgery Carl B. Davis, 122 South Michigan Avenue .... Surgery George G. Davis, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Thomas Archibald Davis, 2344 Jackson Boulevard . . Surgery Charles Davison, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Joseph B. DeLee, 5028 EUis Avenue . . Obstetrics, Gynecology John C. Delprat, 25 East Washington Street .... Surgery Edmund J. Doering, 81 East Madison Street . Obstetrics, Surgery W. A. Newman Dorland, 7 West Madison Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Geographical List of Fellows 109 ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued Guy Grigsby Dowdall, 135 East nth Place .... Surgery Emilius Clark Dudley, 242 East Walton Place . . Gynecology Frederick G. Dyas, 25 East Washington Street . . Surgery Daniel Nathan Eisendrath, 4840 Woodlawn Avenue . Surgery Joseph S. Eisenstaedt, 25 East Washington Street . . Urology , P. J. H. Farrell, 25 East Washington Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oio-Laryngology Leon Feingold, 714 Grace Street Surgery C, Gurnee Fellows, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ephraim Kirkpatrick Findlay, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophthalmology Egon Walter Fischmann, 30 North Michigan Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics William A. Fisher, 31 North State Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology David Fiske, 25 East Washington Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George F. Fiske, 25 East Washington Street . . Ophth., Otology Gilbert Fitz-Patrick, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . Obstetrics R. E. Flannery, 3117 Logan Boulevard Surgery Edson B. Fowler, 7 West Madison Street Surgery Ira Frank, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . . Oto-Laryngology Jacob Frank, 25 East Washington Street Surgery Lester E. Frankenthal, 4825 Woodlawn Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Emanuel Friend, s North Wabash Avenue .... Surgery H. B. Frost, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery William Fuller, 25 East Washington Street .... Surgery William E. Gamble, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Ophthalmology Edwin J. Gardiner, 15 East Washington Street . Ophth., Otology Edward Francis Garrahgan, 25 East Washington Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edgar J. George, no North Wabash Avenue . . . Ophthalmology 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, 25 East Washington Street . . Gynecology no American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued Archie James Graham, 6250 South Halsted Street . . Surgery David Wilson Graham, 7 West Madison Street . . . Surgery John Alfred Graham, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . Surgery George Willard Green, 4654 Sheridan Road .... Surgery Louis A. Greensf elder, 31 North State Street .... Surgery Paul Gronnerud, 25 East Washington Street .... Surgery Wallace F. Grosvenor, 4700 Sheridan Road . Gynecology, Obstetrics Garrett J. Hagens, 7207 South Halsted Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Albert E. Halstead, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . , Surgery Walter C. Hammond, 737 Sheridan Road . Obstetrics, Gynecology T. Melville Hardie, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Oto-Laryngology John Ross Harger, 25 East Washington Street . . . Surgery Malcolm LaSalle Harris, 25 East Washington Street . Surgery William Mclntire Harsha, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Surgery William Thomas Harsha, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Surgery Andrew Magee Harvey, 836 South Michigan Avenue . Surgery James Alexander Harvey, 25 East Washington Street . Surgery Burton Haseltine, 122 South Michigan Avenue Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Austin A. Hayden, 25 East Washington Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Noble Sproat Heaney, 104 South Michigan Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert H. Herbst, 32 North State Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery William Hessert, 547 Fullerton Parkway Surgery Wi lliam F. Hewitt, 122 South Michigan Avenue Obstetrics, Gynecology David S. Hillis, 104 South Michigan Avenue .... Obstetrics Junius C. Hoag, 1725 East 53rd Street Obstetrics Rudolph W.Holmes, 414 Arlington Place Gynecology, Obstetrics Clarence W. Hopkins, 322 North Wells Street . . . Surgery Edward DeM. Howland, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Surgery Lawrence Lee Iseman, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Surgery Harry Jackson, 104 South Michigan Avenue .... Surgery Charles M. Jacobs, 31 North State Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Charles E. Kahlke, 25 East Washington Street . . . Surgery Allen B. Kanavel, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows iii ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued Elmer L. Kenyon, 104 South Michigan Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Norman Kerr, 25 East Washington Street .... Surgery A. Belcham Keyes, 122 South Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery John Joseph Ealleen, 104 South Michigan Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Irvin S. Koll, 31 North State Street . , Genito-Urinary Surgery Oscar H. Kraft, 25 East Washington Street . . Ophthalmology Herman L. Kretschmer, 122 South Michigan Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery Philip H. Kreuscher, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Wladyslaw A. Kiiflewski, 1366 North Robey Street . . Surgery V. D. Lespinasse, 7 West Madison Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Dean Lewis, 122 South Michigan Avenue .... Surgery A. Lewy, no North Wabash Avenue . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Effie L. Lobdell, Marshall Field Building . Obstetrics, Gynecology William H. G. Logan, 29 East Madison Street . . Oral Surgery J. B. Loring, 25 East Washington Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Benjamin F. Loimsbvuy, 2449 Washington Boulevard . Surgery Burton Wilson Mack, 4159 West North Avenue . . . Surgery Otis Hardy Maclay, 5436 Hyde Park Boulevard Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Paul B. Magnuson, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery George W. Mahoney, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophthalmology Goeke Henry Mammen, 2706 North Rockwell Street . Surgery George Paull Marquis, 30 North Michigan Avenue Oto-Laryngology Franklin H. Martin, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Gynecology Lewis Linn McArthur, 4724 Drexel Boulevard . . . Surgery George M. McBean, 22 East Washington Street . Ophth., Otology Mary Gilruth McEwen, 25 East Washington Street . Gynecology Edwin McGinnis, 104 South Michigan Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John D. McGowan, 72 West Adams Street .... Surgery James J. McGuinn, 5850 Kenmore Avenue .... Surgery Charles Morgan McKenna, 25 East Washington Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Hugh McKenna, 104 South Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Colder Lewis McWhorter, 122 South Michigan Avenue . Surgery 113 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued John J. Meany, 30 North Michigan Avenue .... Surgery Frederick Menge, 25 East Washington Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Harry Edgar Mock, 122 South Michigan Avenue Surgery James John Monahan, 25 East Washington Street . Surgery David Monash, 4735 South Michigan Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Frank D. Moore, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Frederick Brown Moorehead, 122 South Michigan Avenue Oral Surgery Edward Louis Moorhead, 31 North State Street . . . Surgery Paul F. Morf, 746 Fullerton Avenue Surgery G. Morgenthau, 11 16 East 46th Street . . Oto-Laryngology Frank Roy Morton, 25 East Washington Street . . . Surgery George Mueller, 209 South State Street Surgery G. Henry Mundt, 25 East Washington Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Alfred Nicholas Murray, 4654 Sheridan Road Ophth., RJiinol., Oto-Laryngology Oscar E. Nadeau, 2106 Sedgwick Street Surgery James M. Neff, 30 North Michigan Avenue .... Surgery Edward Powers Norcross, 30 North Michigan Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Albert John Ochsner, 2106 Sedgwick Street . Edward H. Ochsner, 2155 Cleveland Avenue . Rudolph J. E. Oden, 5412 North Clark Street Oscar Ofner, 635 Center Street Paul Oliver, 104 South Michigan Avenue . A. Augustus O ' Neill, 4607 Champlain Avenue Daniel A. Orth, 209 South State Street John E. Owens, 2127 Prairie Avenue .... Charles E. Paddock, 104 South Michigan Avenue Charles H. Parkes, 1910 Lincoln Avenue . Edward Patera, 1809 Loomis Street .... John Rawson Pennington, 31 North State Street Nelson Mortimer Percy, 2106 Sedgwick Street John P. Pfeifer, 1572 Milwaukee Avenue . Dallas B. Phemister, 122 South Michigan Avenue Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 113 ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued Charles Herbert Phifer, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Frank E. Pierce, 51 14 Harper Avenue Surgery Nerval H. Pierce, 22 East Washington Street . Oto-Laryngology Samuel C. Phimmer, 4539 Oakenwald Avenue . . . Surgery Darwin Brayton Pond, 4363 Lincoln Avenue . . . Surgery John Lincoln Porter, 7 West Madison Street . Orthopedic Surgery George Washington Post, Jr., 4158 West Lake Street . Surgery Herbert A. Potts, 31 North State Street .... Oral Surgery Edward N. Redden, 17 South Crawford Avenue . . . Surgery Charles B. Reed, 31 North State Street .... Obstetrics H. M. Richter, Wesley Memorial Hospital .... Surgery John Ridlon, 7 West Madison Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Oscar Theodore Roberg, 2749 West Foster Avenue . . Surgery Charles Moore Robertson, 30 North Michigan Avenue Oto-Laryngology Cassius Clay Rogers, 25 East Washington Street . . Surgery Lawrence Ryan, 32 North State Street Surgery E. W. Ryerson, 122 South Michigan Avenue . Orthopedic Surgery Lena Kellogg Sadler, 533 Diversey Parkway . . . Gynecology William S. Sadler, 533 Diversey Parkway Surgery Charles Frye Sanborn, Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium «. . Surgery Ernst Saiirenhaus, 59 Bellevue Place . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles F. Sawyer, 2526 Caliunet Avenue .... Surgery Heliodor Schiller, 29 East Madison Street . . . Gynecology Louis E. Schmidt, 60 Bellevue Place Urology Henry Schmitz, 25 East Washington Street . . . Gynecology A. John Schoenberg, 747 Fullerton Avenue . . . Gynecology William E. Schroeder, Wesley Memorial Hospital . . Surgery Mathias J. Seifert, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery William N. Senn, 25 East Washington Street .... Urology George E. Shambaugh, 122 South Michigan Avenue Oto-Laryngology Ludwig S. Simon, 4743 Forres tville Avenue .... Obstetrics Robert Sonnenschein, 29 East Madison Street . Oto-Laryngology Alva Sowers, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Kellogg Speed, 122 South Michigan Avenue .... Surgery 114 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued William Marion Stearns, 22 East Washington Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Daniel Atkinson King Steele, 2920 Indiana Avenue . . Surgery Charles Frederick Stotz, 1954 Milwaukee Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery David C. Straus, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Jerome F. Strauss, 104 South Michigan Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Julia C. Strawn, 22 East Washington Street . . . Gynecology Richard H. Street, 25 East Washington Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Thomas J. SulUvan, 4709 South Michigan Avenue . . Surgery Carl Gustaf Swenson, 440 Fullerton Parkway . . . Surgery William J. Swift, 220 South State Street Surgery George de Tamowsky, 30 North Michigan Avenue . , Surgery Henry Bascom Thomas, 30 North Michigan Avenue Orthopedic Surgery George F. Thompson, 4100 West Madison Street . . Surgery LeRoy Thompson, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Mcllwain Thompson, 2 5 East Washington Street . Surgery Richard J. Tivnen, 800 Monroe Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Roger Throop Vaughan, 30 North Michigan Avenue . Surgery Oren J, Waters, 3 West Delaware Place Surgery Thomas J. Watkins, 104 South Michigan Avenue . Gynecology Axel Werelius, 6725 Constance Avenue Surgery Cassius D. Wescott, 22 East Washington Street . OphtJmlmology Edward William White, 7 West Madison Street Genito-Urinary Surgery William H. Wilder, 122 South Michigan Avenue . Ophthalmology Daniel Hale Williams, 3129 Indiana Avenue .... Surgery Thomas J. Williams, 30 North Michigan Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology J. Gordon Wilson, 104 South Michigan Avenue , Oto-Laryngology John A. Wolfer, 30 North Michigan Avenue .... Surgery Casey Albert Wood, 7 West Madison Street .... Retired Geographical List of Fellows " S ILLINOIS — Continued Chicago — Continued Herbert Boothe Woodard, 25 East Washington Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Wesley John Woolston, 25 East Washington Street . Gynecology Charles Ira Wynekoop, 4931 Sheridan Road .... Surgery Gilbert H. Wynekoop, 4500 Sheridan Road .... Surgery Thaddeus Zigmund Xelowski, 30 North Michigan Avenue Surgery Rachelle S. Yarros, 800 South Halsted Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles Benjamin Younger, 25 East Washington Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Joseph Zabokrtsky, 31 North State Street .... Surgery Frederick Carl Zapffe, 25 East Washington Street . . Surgery A. G. Zimmerman, 30 North Michigan Avenue . . . Surgery Danville Henri S. Babcock, 419 Temple Building . . . Francis William Barton, 402 First National Bank Building Raymond L. Hatfield, 508 First National Bank Building Frank M. Mason, 501 Temple Building .... A. Merrill Miller, 1222 Vermilion Street .... Hiram Earl Ross, 1008 First National Bank Building Dixon Edmimd Burt Owens, 123 East ist Street Edward Allen Sickels, 123 East ist Street East St. Louis Albert Baptiste McQuillan, Cahokia Building Jonathan Leaming Wiggins, ii North Main Street Charles F. W. Wilhelmj, Murphy Building . . . Elgin Fred H. Langhorst, 6 Spring Street O. L. Pelton, 102 North Spring Street . O. L. Pelton, Jr., 102 North Spring Street Frederick C. Schurmeier, 820 Spring Street John R. Tobin, 165 Milwaukee Street . Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery ii6 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS — Continued EVANSTON Dwight Freeman Clark, 800 Davis Street Surgery William C. Danforth, 1620 Hinman Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Oscar Dodd, 1604 Chicago Avenue .... Ophth., Otology Ernest Jason Ford, 2009 Harrison Street Surgery William Ross Parkes, 800 Davis Street Surgery Charles Joseph Swan, 181 8 Hinman Avenue . Ophth., Laryngology Will Walter, 1414 Chicago Avenue . . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Fairbury James Hartzell Langstaff Surgery Freeport Charles Lorton Best, sJ 2 East Stephenson Street . . Surgery John Sheldon Clark, State Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William Leonard Karcher, i}4 West Stephenson Street . Surgery William Buckley Peck, 86 Stephenson Street .... Surgery William J. Rideout, State Bank Building Ophth., Khinol., Oto-Laryngology Karl F. Snyder, State Bank Building Surgery Galesburg Edward C. G. Franing, 306 East Main Street , . . Surgery Ralph Charles Matheny, 306 East Main Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Edwin N. Nash, 411 Bank of Galesburg Building . . Obstetrics James Fulton Percy, 147 South Cherry Street . . . Surgery Geneva Raymond G. Scott, 216 3rd Street Surgery HiGHLAJTO Park Alfred E. Bradley, 295 Prospect Avenue Surgery Jacksonville Albyn L. Adams, 323 West State Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Carl E. Black, 200 Ayers Bank Building Surgery John Whitlock Hairgrove, 339 East State Street . . . Surgery Frank A. Norris, 409 Ayers Bank Building .... Surgery JOLIET Raymond Samuel Brown, 511 Barber Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Thomas H. Wagner, 315 Jefferson Street Surgery -Geographical List of Fellows 117 ILLINOIS — Continued Kankakee Eugene Cohn, Kankakee State Hospital Surgery La Salle Edmund W. Weis, 151 5th Street Surgery Macomb Joseph Barnes Bacon Surgery Mattoon Charles Bernard Voigt, 1702 Broadway Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology MOLINE Frank Jesse Otis, 512 Reliance Building Surgery Monmouth Edward L. Mitchell, 122 West 2nd Avenue .... Surgery A. G. Patton, 122 West ist Avenue Surgery MXJKPHYSBORO Charles Otto Molz, 1 103 Chestnut Street Surgery Oak Park E. E. Hende rson, 644 Linden Avenue Surgery Thomas Ira Motter, 127 North Oak Park Avenue . . Surgery Harry John Stewart, 801 South Boiilevard .... Surgery Paxton Samuel M. Wylie, 308 West Center Street .... Surgery Peorla Jay Harvey Bacon, 804 Peoria Life Building .... Surgery Charles H. Brobst, Central National Bank Building Ophth., KhinoL, Oto-Laryngology CUfford U. Collins, 427 JeflFerson Building .... Surgery R. A. Hanna, Lehmann Building Surgery Charles Derastus Thomas, 464 Moss Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Peru Benjamin J. Naimian, Masonic Temple Building . . Surgery Quincy John A. Koch, 804 Broadway Surgery Edmund B. Montgomery, 132 North 8th Street . . . Surgery O. Frank Shulian, 312 Illinois State Bank Building . . Surgery Walter Stevenson .... Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Warren Williams, 1250 Main Street .... Surgery ii8 American College of Surgeons ILLINOIS — Continued ROCHELLE A. W. Chandler Surgery ROCKFORD Sanford Robinson Catlin, Stewart Building .... Surgery Thomas H. Culhane, 305 Stewart Building .... Surgery William H. Fitch, 849 Main Street, North .... Surgery William Rudisel Fringer, William Brown Building Ophthalmology John A. Green, William Brown Building Surgery T. Arthur Johnson, 503 7 th Street Surgery Darwin Mills Keith, 420 Main Street, North Rhinol., Ota-Laryngology Rock Island George Longhead Eyster, 413 Safety Building . . . Surgery Joseph Ralston Hollo wbush, 509 Central Trust Building Surgery Springfield Clarence W. East, St. John ' s Hospital . . Orthopedic Surgery G. N. Kreider, 522 East Capitol Avenue . Charles Lanphier Patton, 407 South 7th Street Spring Valley J. Herbert Franklin, 409 East Erie Street . Sterling Frank Wilson Brodrick, Lawrence Building . Urbana James S. Mason, 129 West Elm Street . . Waukegan John C. Foley, County and Washington Streets Woodstock • William Hyde West, State Bank Building Emil Windmueller, Clinic Building Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery, Obstetrics INDIANA Anderson Maynard Alvernise Austin, 359 Union Building . . . Surgery George A. Whitledge, 453 Union Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Bloomington George Frank Holland, 514 North College Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Geographical List of Fellows 119 INDIANA — Continued Bluffton Luzerne H. Cook, 429 West Market Street .... Surgery Fred A. Metts Surgery Brookville John Albert Thompson Retired Columbus Alfred P. Roope Surgery Cra vvfords ville Paul J. Barcus, Ben Hur Building Surgery East Chicago Alexander G. Schlieker, 721 Chicago Avenue .... Surgery EVANSVILLE Louis D. Brose, 501 Upper ist Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William R. Davidson, 712 South 4th Street .... Surgery William S. Ehrich, Citizens Bank Building Genito-Urinary Surgery William Hill Field, 424 Upper ist Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Benjamin L. W. Floyd, 517 Chandler Avenue Ophth., Rliinol., Oto-Laryngology A. M. Hayden, 22 Wahiut Street Surgery Bleeker Knapp, Cleveland Building . Ophth., RhinoL, Otology William E. McCool, Walker Hospital Surgery J. W. Phares, 22 Wahiut Street Surgery Marcus Ravdin, Citizens Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Paul Charles Rietz, American Trust Building . . . Surgery Edwin Walker, 5 Cherry Street Surgery James Y. Welborn, 712 South 4th Street Surgery Fort Wayne Charles E. Bamett, 301 Medical Arts Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Henry Otto Bruggeman Surgery Albert Eugene Bulson, Jr., 406 West Berry Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology MUes Fuller Porter, 2326 Fairfield Avenue .... Surgery Maurice I. Rosenthal, 336 West Berry Street . . . Surgery Ben Perley Weaver, Carroll Building Surgery 120 American College of Surgeons INDIANA — Continued Gary Theodore B. Templin, 583 Broadway Surgery Hammond Eldridge M. Shanklin, 575 Hohman Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Indiana Harbor Clifford C. Robinson, 3410 Michigan Avenue , Surgery Indianapolis John F. Barnhill, Pennway Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Harry Kraylor Bonn, 201 Pennway Building .... Surgery Edmund D. Clark, Hume-Mansur Building .... Surgery William Franklin Clevenger, 403 Hume-Mansur Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Joseph Rilus Eastman, 331 North Delaware Street . . Surgery Bernhard Erdman, 224 North Meridian Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Charles E. Ferguson, 412 East 17th Street .... Obstetrics William Province Garshwiler, 716 Indiana Pythian Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Willis D. Gatch, 1440 Central Avenue Surgery Alois Bachman Graham, 30 Willoughby Building . Proctology Murray Nathan Hadley, 608 Hvune-Mansur Building Surgery Homer G. Hamer, 723 Hume-Mansur Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Thomas C. Hood, 1008 Hume-Mansur Building . Ophthalmology Gustavus Brown Jackson, 603 Hxmie-Mansur Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Alfred S. Jaeger, 430 Bankers Trust Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Norman E. Jobes, 305 Traction Terminal Building . . Surgery Bernays Kennedy, 50 Willoughby Building . . . Gynecology Daniel W. Layman, 608 Hume-Mansur Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology CarletonB. McCulloch, 1 135 State Life Building . . Surgery Harvey A, Moore Surgery Frank A. Morrison, Willoughby Building . . . Ophthalmology John Ray Newcomb, 411 Hume-Mansur Building Ophthalmology John Holliday Oliver, 510 Hvune-Mansur Building . Surgery Everett Ervin Padgett, 423 Hvune-Mansur Building . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 121 INDIANA — Continued Indianapolis — Continued LaFayette Page, 603 Hume-Mansur Building RJdnol., Oio-Laryngology Hugo O. Pantzer, 601 Hiune-Mansur Building . . Gynecology O. G. Pfaff, 333 Bankers Trust Building Surgery David Ross, 416 Board of Trade Building .... Surgery Orange Scott Runnels, 522 North Illinois Street . . . Surgery John W. Sluss, 227 Newton Claypool Building . . . Surgery William S. Tomlin, 520 Hxame-Mansixr Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ernest de W. Wales, 1236 North Pennsylvania Street Oto-Laryngology Homer H. Wheeler, Hiime-Mansur Building . ... , Surgery William Niles Wishard, 723 Hiune-Mansur Building Geniio-Urinary Surgery Jasper John Paul Salb, 6th Street Surgery LaFayette Arett C. Arnett, 716 LaFayette Life Building . . . Surgery Frank S. Crockett, 601 LaFayette Life Building Geniio-Urinary Surgery Edward Clement Davidson, 114 North 7th Street . . Surgery George Frederick Keiper, 14 North 6th Street Ophlh., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charles B. Kern, 610 Colmnbia Street . . Surgery, Obstetrics Guy Percival Levering, 616 Coliunbia Street .... Surgery Edward Barnard Ruschli, 5x0 LaFayette Life Building Surgery Frank B. Thompson, 417 Ferry Street Surgery George K. Throckmorton, no North 7th Street . . . Surgery . Richard B. Wetherill, 525 Columbia Street . . . Gynecology Laporte Bo Carr Bowell, 806 Maple Avenue Surgery Harvey H. Martin, 806 Maple Avenue Surgery Lebanon William H. Williams, 117 South East Street .... Surgery MUNCIE George Rex Andrews Surgery Charles M. Mix, 109 Western Reserve Life Building . Surgery 122 American College of Surgeons INDIANA — Continued Peru Edward Harvey Griswold, Telephone Building . . . Surgery Plymouth S. C. Loring, Richard Block Surgery Richmond Charles Marvel, 127 North loth Street Surgery Rochester Howard O. Shafer Surgery South Bend Walter H. Baker, 122 North Lafayette Boulevard . . Surgery J. B. Berteling, 228 West Colfax Avenue Surgery Harry Boyd-Snee, 716 J. M. S. Building . . . Oto-Laryngology Stanley A, Clark, 314 J. M. S. Building Surgery Walter A. Hager, North Lafayette Street Ophih., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edwin J. Lent, 122 South Lafayette Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charles Stoltz, 311 West Jefferson Boulevard . . . Surgery Charles C. Terry, 122 North Lafayette Street . . . Surgery Sullivan Garland Dix Scott, Sherman Building Surgery Terre Haute Malachi R. Combs, 418 Tribune Building Surgery Byron Merle Hutchings, 304 McKeen Building . . Gynecology Frank Hubert Jett, 221 South 6th Street Surgery Spencer M. Rice, 106 Rose Dispensary Building . . Surgery Frederick W. Shaley, Swope Block Surgery Jonathan P. Worrell, 20 South 7th Street . . . Ophth., Otology ViNCENNES Vance A. Funk, La Plante Building Surgery Warsaw Angus C. McDonald, 212 South Indiana Street . . . Surgery IOWA Albia H. C. Eschbach, 116 West Benton Avenue .... Surgery Anamosa Aram G. Hejinian, 216 Main Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 123 IOWA — Continued Boone Albert B. Deering, 809 8th Street Surgery Edward M. Myers, 703 8th Street Surgery Burlington Charles P. Frantz, Iowa State Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology F. M. Tombaugh, Iowa State Bank Building . . . Surgery Carroll Louis Greenlee Patty, 126 East 5th Avenue .... Surgery Cedar Falls William L. Hearst, 903 Main Street Surgery Cedar Rapids Frederick William Bailey, 309 Security Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Centerville Charles Stephen James, Clinic Building Surgery Charles City Julius Niemack, 105 Main Street Surgery Clarinda Thomas Edwin Powers, 19th and State Streets . . . Surgery Clinton D. S. Fairchild, 845 6th Avenue Surgery David Sturgess Fairchild, Jr., Wilson Building . . . Surgery Elmer P. Weih, 605 Wilson Building Ophth., Rltinol., Oto-Laryngology Council Blutts Frank Wilson Dean, 401 City National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Louis L. Henninger, 401 City National Bank Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Donald Macrae, Jr., City National Bank Building . . Surgery Cresco George Kessel, 212 6th Avenue, East Surgery George Alfred Plmnmer, 215 East 6th Avenue . . . Surgery Davenport William Larned Allen, 216 West 3rd Street .... Surgery Peter Alfred Bendixen, 406 Lane Bxiilding .... Surgery George Edward Decker, Central Office Building . . . Surgery 124 American College of Surgeons IOWA — Continued Davenport — Continued Albert William Elmer, 8io East Locust Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology J. T. Haller, 205 Security Building Surgery Gordon F. Harkness, 509 New Putnam Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Vincent Littig, 211 Central Office Building Ophth., RJiinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry E. Matthey, Kahl Building Surgery Des Moines Wilbur S. Conkling, 407 Bankers Trust Building . . Surgery Oliver James Fay, 12 13 Bankers Trust Building . . . Surgery Joseph J. Flannery, 916 Equitable Building .... Surgery Edward John Harnagel, 913 Bankers Trust Building . Surgery Charles E. HoUoway, 427 Iowa Building Surgery Ellis Gregg Linn, Fleming Building 0 f f., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Wilton McCarthy, Fleming Building Surgery Ralph H. Parker, iioi Fleming Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology W. W. Pearson, Bankers Trust Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology J. C. Rockafellow, 1205 Bankers Trust Building . . . Surgery Charles Edward Ruth, 415 Iowa Building .... Surgery John Charles Ryan, 811 Hippee Building Surgery Francis E. V. Shore, Citizens National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Alva Porter Stoner, Iowa BuUding Surgery Charles M. Werts, 217 Bankers Trust Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Dubuque H. B. Gratiot, 256 loth Street . Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John C. Hancock, 209 Bank and Insurance Building . Surgery Ray R. Harris, 1270 Main Street Surgery Bernard A. Michel, 257 loth Street Surgery Harry Caldwell Parker Retired Alanson M. Pond, 1098 Locust Street Surgery Fairfield James Frederic Clarke, 500 South Main Street . . . Surgery I Geographical List of Fellows 125 IOWA — Continued Fort Dodge W. W. Bowen, 630 Snell Building Surgery Robert Evans, 630 Snell Building ....... Surgery Independence Fred F. Agnew, 2nd Street and 2nd Avenue, S. W. Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Iowa City William F. Boiler, 426 South Dodge Street . . Ophthalmology Lee Wallace Dean, i2 South Clinton Street . Oto-Laryngology Charles Joseph Rowan, North Dubuque Road . . .. Surgery Arthur Steindler, State University Hospital . Orthopedic Surgery Keokuk Robert M. Lapsley, 625 Blondeau Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Ladora Jasper L. Augustine Surgery Leon Bert L. Eiker Surgery Mason City Thomas A. Burke, 524 M. B. A. Building .... Surgery George MelviUe Crabb, 102 North Washington Avenue . Surgery Channing E. Dakin, 502 M. B. A. Building .... Surgery William J. EgloflF, 21K East State Street Surgery Muscatine Frederick Henry Little, 108 West 5th Street .... Surgery Arthur John Weaver, 107 West 2nd Street .... Surgery New Hampton Nicholas Schilling Surgery Ottumwa Murdoch Bannister, Hofmann Building Surgery David C. Brockman, Ennis Building Surgery D. E. Graham, First National Bank Building Ophth., RliinoL, Oto-Laryngology John Francis Herrick, Hofmann Building Surgery Burdette Dudley LaForce, Hofmann Building . Ophthalmology Smith Augustus Spilman, Hofmann Building . . . Surgery Charles B. Taylor, Ennis Building . . BJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology SiGOURNEY Clarence L. Heald, Sigoxurney Hospital Surgery 126 American College of Surgeons IOWA — Continued Sioux City William Joseph Bussey, 517 Frances Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick E. Franchere, 4th and Nebraska Streets Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ernest Albert Jenkinson, 533 Frances Building . . , Surgery William Jepson, United Bank Building Surgery Charles T. Maxwell, 109 Sioux National Bank Building . Surgery A. J, McLaughlin, 210 Davidson Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Philip Benedict McLaughlin, 310 Davidson Building . Surgery Jesse B. Naftzger, 401 Davidson Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick H, Roost, 515 Trimble Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Robert Q. Rowse, 107 Sioux National Bank Building . Surgery Prince E. Sawyer, 306 F. L. and T. Building .... Surgery John Nelson Warren, 536 Davidson Building . . . Surgery Waterloo Edward T. Alford, Black Building Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology William H. Bickley, 2625 West 4th Street Ben Chester Everall, Marsh-Place Building Frank T. Hartman, 623 Mulberry Street . T. U. McManus, Black Building Ophth., Rhinol Edwin Raymond Shannon, Black Hawk Bank Building . Surgery W. B. Small, Black Building . Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Waverly Lester C. Kern, i22 East Bremer Avenue .... Surgery William A. Rohlf, 123 South East Water Street . . Surgery Webster City Guy T. McCauliff , 644 2nd Street Surgery KANSAS Coffeyville Charles Samuel Campbell, 1 14 West 9th Street . . . Surgery Fred W. Duncan, 818 Maple Street Surgery Dodge City Winfield Otis Thompson, 1401 Central Avenue . . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 127 KANSAS — Continued Eldorado Frenn L. Preston, 220 West Central Avenue .... Surgery Great Bend Elmer E. Morrison, 1223 Main Street Surgery Marion F. Russell, 1305 Main Street Surgery Hutchin son Clarence Walter Hall, Gage-HaU Clinic Surgery Robert Young Jones, 403 First National Bank Building Surgery Horace G. Welsh, First National Bank Building , . . Surgery Kansas City Louie Frank Barney, Wahlenmaier Building .... Surgery George Morris Gray, 800 Minnesota Avenue .... Surgery John Franklin Hassig, 800 Minnesota Avenue . . . Surgery Richard C. Lowman, 218 Portsmouth Building . . . Surgery Lot Dalbert Mabie, 800 Minnesota Avenue .... Surgery James Whittier May, 800 Minnesota Avenue . . Ophthalmology Clifford C. Nesselrode, 800 Minnesota Avenue . . Surgery Leavenworth Charles James McGee, Woolfe Building .... Gynecology Rosed ALE Mervin T. Sudler, University of Kansas Surgery Sabetha Samuel Murdock, Jr., 1015 Main Street Surgery Salina John De Witt Riddell, 148 South Santa Fe Avenue . . Surgery TOPEKA William MerriU Mills, 616 Mills Building Surgery Robert B. Stewart, 627 Mills Building Surger y Wichita David Walker Basham, 802 Schweiter Building . . . Surgery Charles E. Bowers, Beacon Building Surgery John D. Clark, 910 Schweiter Building Obstetrics Jacob G. Dorsey, 201 North Main Street . . . Ophthalmology Edwin Delta Ebright, 919 Beacon Building . Orthopedic Surgery John LUlie Evans, 729 Beacon Biiilding Surgery J. F. Gsell, 911 Beacon Building Ophth., RJdnol., Oto-Laryngology 128 American College of Surgeons KANSAS — Continued Wichita — Continued Harry W. Horn, 910 Schweiter Building Surgery D. I. Maggard, Beacon Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ernest M. Seydell, 201 North Main Street Rhinol. y Oto-Laryngology WiNFIELD Ralph W. James, First National Bank Building . . Gynecology Howard L. Snyder, 402 First National Bank Building . Surgery Francis M. Wilmer, First National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology KENTUCKY Bowling Green John Henry Blackburn, 1 1 19 State Street .... Surgery J. O. Carson, 442 Main Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Covington Robert Walter Bledsoe, 1005 Madison Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John R. Murnan, nth and Scott Streets Surgery Danville John Rice Cowan, 336 Main Street Surgery John D. Jackson, Main Street Surgery Henderson Archibald Dixon, 330 North Green Street .... Surgery Lebanon Robert Caldwell McChord Surgery Lexington Archibald Henry Barkley, 138 North Upper Street . . Surgery David Barrow, 190 North Upper Street Surgery D. Woolfolk Barrow, 190 North Upper Street . . . Surgery Scott Dudley Breckinridge, Security Trust Company Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Waller O. Bullock, 190 North Upper Street .... Surgery Samuel B. Marks, 164 Market Street Surgery William Nelson Offutt, 230 North Broadway Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Orrin LeRoy Smith, Security Trust Company Building Ophthalmology Geographical List of Fellows 129 KENTUCKY — Continued Lexington — Continued J. A. Stucky, 2nd and Upper Streets . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Charles A. Vance, 310 Security Trust Company Building Surgery Benjamin F. Van Meter, Jr., 183 North Upper Street . Surgery Louisville Irvin Abell, Francis Building Surgery Bernard Asman, Francis Building Surgery Oscar E. Bloch, 316 West Broadway Surgery I. N. Bloom, 222 Francis Bvdlding . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Herbert Broimer, 222 Francis Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery George S. Coon, 440 Francis Building Surgery S. G. Dabney, 911 Starks Bvdlding Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ellis Duncan, 705 Starks Building Surgery Charles Farmer, mo Francis Building Surgery Challon G. Forsee, 501 Francis Building Surgery Frank Thomas Fort, 472 Francis Bvdlding . . . . Surgery Louis Frank, 400 Francis Building Surgery L. Wallace Frank, 400 Francis Building Surgery Guy P. Grigsby, 612 Francis Building Surgery Granville S. Hanes, Francis Building Surgery George A. Hendon, Francis Bvdlding Surgery Charles W. Hibbitt, Francis Building Gynecology Lee Kahn, Francis Building Surgery George C. Leachman, 615 Francis Building .... Surgery Isaac A. Lederman, Francis Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Arthur Thomas McCormack, State Board of Health . Surgery Stephen C. McCoy, 300 Francis Building Surgery Lewis Samuel McMurtry, 542 Francis Building . . . Surgery William Barnett Owen, Francis Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Adolph O. Pfingst, Francis Building .... Ophthalmology Robert T. Pirtle, 400 Francis Building . . . Orthopedic Surgery John Williamson Price, Jr., 705 Starks Building . . . Surgery Harry N. Ritter, 515 Francis Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology David Yandell Roberts, 501 Francis Building . . . Surgery August Schachner, 844 4th Avenue Surgery J. Garland Sherrill, 308 Masonic Building .... Surgery 130 American College of Surgeons KENTUCKY — Continued Louisville — Continued John R. Wathen, 350 Francis Building Surgery James Tolbert Windell, 715 West Jefiferson Street . . Urology Joseph J. Wynn, 456 Francis Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Benjamin F. Zinmierman, Francis Building .... Surgery Maysville Jackson B. Taulbee, State National Bank Building . . Surgery OWENSBORO Daniel M. Griffith, 207 West 4th Street Ophth. y RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Otway Watkins Rash, 213 West 4th Street .... Surgery Paducah Frank Boyd, 4th Street and Broadway Surgery Henry Gilbert Reynolds, City National Bank Building Ophth., Laryngology Philip H. Stewart, 4th Street and Broadway .... Surgery LOUISIANA Alexandria Richard Oliver Simmons, Guaranty Bank and Trust Building Surgery George M. G. Stafford, Guaranty Bank and Trust Building Surgery John Luther Wilson, 4th and Jackson Streets . . . Surgery Baton Rouge John Allen Caruthers, New Re)miond Building Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Robert Christie Kemp, 211 Reymond Building . . . Surgery Lake Charles John Greene Martin, 825 South Division Street . . . Surgery Monroe Jesse L. Adams, 201 De Siard Street Surgery James Q. Graves, 20i De Siard Street Surgery New Orleans Carroll W. Allen, 43 Audubon Boulevard Surgery Jacob Bamett, Medical Building . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Geographical List of Fellows 131 LOUISIANA — Continued New Orleans — Continued James Madison Batchelor, 2010 State Street .... Surgery Jefferson Davis Bloom, 5718 St. Charles Avenue . . Surgery Henry Nathan Blum, Maison Blanche Building . Ophthalmology Charles N. Chavigny, 5515 Hurst Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Samuel M. D. Clark, 108 Baronne Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Henry S. Cocram, 108 Baronne Street .... Gynecology Isidore Cohn, Maison Blanche Building Surgery C. Grenes Cole, 1503 Pine Street ....... Surgery John Fleming Dicks, 3529 Prytania Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Theodore J. Dimitry, 3601 Prytania Street . . Ophthalmology Marcus Feingold, 4206 St. Charles Avenue . . Ophthalmology E. D. Fenner, 1915 St. Charles Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery Maurice Joseph Gelpi, 3601 Prytania Street .... Surgery Hermann Bertram Gessner, 119 Audubon Boulevard . Surgery Edward S. Hatch, 3439 Prytania Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Joseph Hume, 724 Baronne Street . . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Alfred Jacoby, 412 Medical Building Surgery Otto Joachim, 1630 Robert Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology P. Jorda Kahle, 636 Common Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Alfred C. King, 305 Vallette Street Surgery Edward Lacy King, 124 Baronne Street . Obstetrics, Gynecology Charles J. Landfried, 5907 Garfield Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Lucian Hyppolite Landry, 2122 Peters Avenue . . . Surgery John P. Leake, Canal and Dauphine Streets Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ernest S. Lewis, 1625 Louisiana Avenue . Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert C. Lynch, 634 Maison Blanche Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Urban Maes, 167 1 Octavia Street Surgery Edmund Denegre Martin, 3513 Prytania Street . . . Surgery Rudolph Matas, 2255 St. Charles Avenue .... Surgery Paul Avery Mcllhenny, 3513 Prytania Street Orthopedic Surgery C. Jeff Miller, 124 Baronne Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Abraham Nelken, 126 Baronne Street Urology Jacob Warren Newman, 3523 Prytania Street . . . Obstetrics John Frederick Oechsner, 621 Macheca Building . . Surgery J. T. O ' Ferrall, 3439 St. Charles Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery James P. O ' Kelley, Macheca Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology 132 American College of Surgeons LOUISIANA — Continued New Orleans — Continued Frederick William Parham, 3513 Prytania Street . . Surgery W. T. Patton, 11 16 Maison Blanche Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William D. Phillips, 1201 Maison Blanche Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Peter Blaise Salatich, 3202 St. Charles Avenue . . Gynecology Thomas Benton Sellers, 108 Baronne Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Victor Conway Smith, 23 11 Magazine Street . . Ophthalmology John Smyth, 724 Baronne Street Surgery Marion Sims Souchon, Whitney Central Bank Building Surgery Russell Edward Stone, Interstate Bank Building . . Surgery Paul T. Talbot, Maison Blanche Building .... Surgery H. W. E. Walther, Macheca Building Urology Arthur I. Weil, 717 Maison Blanche Building Annex RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Patterson Lewis B. Crawford Surgery Shreveport Louis Abramson, 722 Cotton Street Surgery AKred Penn Crain, 914 Oneonta Street Surgery Rawley Martin Penick, 1 109 Sheridan Avenue . . . Surgery Thomas Ragan, Hutchinson Building Surgery John Lytle Scales, 907 Commercial Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James Clinton Willis, 843 South Highlands .... Surgery MAINE Auburn John Sturgis, 137 Court Street Surgery Bangor Herbert T. Clough, 209 State Street .... Ophth., Otology William C. Peters, 45 State Street .... Orthopedic Surgery Daniel A. Robinson, 142 Hammond Street .... Surgery Eugene Boutelle Sanger, 42 Broadway Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 133 MAINE — Continued Bar Harbor Ralph Waldo Wakefield, 16 High Street Surgery BooTHBAY Harbor George A. Gregory, 2 Commercial Street Surgery Calais Walter N. Miner, 9 Calais Avenue Surgery Houlton Frank H. Jackson, Masonic Building ...... Surgery Lewiston William L. Haskell, III Pine Street Surgery William Henry Hawkins, 149 Pine Street Surgery Portland Edville Gerhardt Abbott, 156 Free Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Sylvester Judd Beach, 776 Congress Street . . Ophthalmology William H. Bradford, 208 State Street . . . . . Surgery Henry Herbert Brock, 687 Congress Street .... Surgery William Lewis Cousins, 231 Woodford Street .... Surgery Erastus Eugene Holt, 723 Congress Street . . Ophth., Otology Charles M. Leigh ton, 14 Deering Street Surgery Alfred Mitchell, Jr., 657 Congress Street Genito-Urinary Surgery W. Bean Moulton, 690 Congress Street Surgery Harold Ashton Pingree, 131 State Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Carl M. Robinson, Longfellow Square Surgery Richard D. Small, 7 Deering Street . . . Surgery, Obstetrics Owen Smith, 690 Congress Street . . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James Alfred Spalding, 627 Congress Street . . Ophth., Otology John F. Thompson, 211 State Street Gynecology Philip P. Thompson, 203 State Street Surgery Herbert Francis Twitchell, 10 Pine Street .... Surgery Presque Isle Lindley Dobson, 163 Main Street Surgery Rockland Walter M. Spear, 135 Camden Street Surgery Waterville Edward Hammond Risley, 27 College Avenue . . . Surgery Frederick C. Thayer, 214 Main Street Surgery 134 American College of Surgeons MARYLAND Baltimore Howard Elmer Ashbury, 8io St. Paul Street William S. Baer, 4 East Madison Street . Charles Bagley, Jr., Latrobe Apartments . Robert Parke Bay, 1800 North Charles Street John McFarland Bergland, 4 West Biddle Street Bertram M. Bemheim, 2313 Eutaw Place Charles French Blake, 20 East Preston Street Herbert C. Blake, 1014 West Lafayette Avenue Joseph Colt Bloodgood, 904 North Charles Street James Bordley, Jr., 330 North Charles Street Charles Emil Brack, 500 East 20th Street Hugh Brent, 16 East Chase Street . Curtis F. Burnam, 1418 Eutaw Place . James J. Carroll, 405 North Charles Street Ophth., Rhinol DeWitt Bellinger Casler, 13 West Chase Street Clyde Alvin Clapp, 513 North Charles Street Lee Cohen, 1820 Eutaw Place . Ophth., Rhinol Sydney M. Cone, 2326 Eutaw Place Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Surgery . Obstetrics Surgery Proctology Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology . Obstetrics Gynecology Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Gynecology Ophthalmology , Oto-Laryngology Orthopedic Surgery Albertus Cotton, 1303 Maryland Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery Samuel J. Crowe, 4332 North Charles Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Thomas Stephen Cullen, 20 East Eager Street . . Gynecology Hoagland Cook Davis, 405 North Charles Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Staige Davis, The Severn Apartments .... Surgery S. Griffith Davis, Jr., 1230 Light Street Surgery George W. Dobbin, 58 West Biddle Street Gynecology, Obstetrics J. W. Downey, Jr., 529 North Charles Street . . Ophth., Otology Samuel T. Earle, Jr., 143 1 Linden Avenue . . . Proctology Page Edmunds, 605 Park Avenue . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Roades Fayerweather, 529 North Charles Street Orthopedic Surgery John Miller Turpin Finney, 1300 Eutaw Place . . . Surgery William A. Fisher, Jr., 715 Park Avenue Surgery H. K. Fleck, 924 North Charles Street . . . Ophth., Otology George Alexander Fleming, 1018 Madison Avenue Ophth., Otology Richard Holden FoUis, 3 East Read Street .... Surgery Harry Friedenwald, 1029 Madison Avenue . . Ophth., Otology Geographical List of Fellows 135 MARYLAND — Continued Baltimore — Continued William Sisson Gardner, 6 West Preston Street . . Gynecology John T. Geraghty, 330 North Charles Street .... Urology Leo John Goldbach, 322 North Charles Street . Ophth., Otology Albert E. Goldstein, 330 North Charles Street . . . Urology Archibald C. Harrison, 31 East North Avenue . . . Surgery E. H. Hayward, 23 West Franklin Street Surgery Arthur Hebb, 330 North Charles Street .... Proctology Joseph William Holland, 1624 Linden Avenue . . . Surgery Harry L. Homer, ion North Charles Street .... Surgery John Mason Hundley, 1009 Cathedral Street . . . Gynecology Guy LeRoy Hunner, 2305 St. Paul Street .... Gynecology Elizabeth Hurdon, 31 West Preston Street . . . Gynecology Amos F. Hutchins, loio North Charles Street . . . Surgery Elliott H. Hutchins, loio North Charles Street . . . Surgery Frank Leslie Jennings, 1800 North Charles Street . . Surgery Howard A. Kelly, 1418 Eutaw Place ...... Surgery Francis J. Kirby, no East North Avenue Surgery M. Lazenby, 18 West Franklin Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert M. Lewis, 1418 Eutaw Place Surgery Sylvan H. Likes, 1134 Linden Avenue Urology G. Milton Linthicum 817 Park Avenue . . Proctology, Surgery James C. Liunpkin, 818 Park Avenue Surgery Frank S. Lynn, 41 West Preston Street Surgery Charles Walter Maxson, 827 North Charles Street , . Surgery Alexius McGlannan, 115 West Franklin Street . . . Surgery Samuel K. Merrick, 824 Park Avenue . . Rhinol., Laryngology G. W. Mitchell, n East Chase Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Leonard E. Neale, 822 Park Avenue . . Gynecology, Obstetrics William Neill, Jr., 1418 Eutaw Place Gynecology Grover C. Ney, 2401 Linden Avenue Surgery F. K. Nichols, 904 North Charles Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Emil Novak, 26 East Preston Street Gynecology Omar B. Pancoast, iiii North Charles Street . . . Surgery William B. Perry, i West Biddle Street .... Gynecology Harry Elmer Peterman, 518 North Charles Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Walter Brewster Piatt, 802 Cathedral Street .... Surgery J. C. Poimd, 904 North Charles Street . Rhinol., Laryngology 136 American College of Surgeons MARYLAND — Continued Baltimore — Continued J. Dawson Reeder, 30 East Preston Street . . , Proctology A. J. N. Reik, 1102 North Charles Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry 0. Reik, 300 East 30th Street .... Ophth., Otology William Whitall Requardt, 805 Park Avenue .... Surgery Edward H. Richardson, 1200 North Charles Street . Gynecology Lewis J. Rosenthal, 1622 Linden Avenue .... Proctology M. S. Rosenthal, 1222 Madison Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery James M. H. Rowland, 1204 Madison Avenue . . . Obstetrics William Wood Russell, 1208 Eutaw Place . . . Gynecology Anton G. Rytina, Professional Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Abraham Samuels, 1928 Eutaw Place Gynecology Frank D. Sanger, 525 North Charles Street Rhinol., Laryngology Otto Schaefer, 1105 Madison Avenue .... Ophth., Otology J. K. B. E. Seegar, 904 North Charles Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Arthur M. Shipley, 1827 Eutaw Place Surgery George A. Stewart, 904 North Charles Street . . . Surgery Harvey Brinton Stone, 18 West Franklin Street . . . Surgery William Tarun, 605 Park Avenue Ophth., Otology R. Tunstall Taylor, 1102 North Charles Street Orthopedic Surgery Gideon Timberlake, 816 St. Paul Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Alfred Ullman, 1712 Eutaw Place Surgery A. J. Underhill, 1800 North Charles Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Cecil Woods Vest, 700 Park Avenue Gynecology George Walker, i East Center Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery J. Whitridge Williams, 107 East Chase Street Obstetrics, Gynecology J. R. Winslow, Latrobe Apartments Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Nathan Winslow, 1900 Mt. Royal Terrace .... Surgery Randolph Winslow, i9cx Mt. Royal Terrace .... Surgery Walter Dent Wise, 1800 North Charles Street . . . Surgery William B. Wolf, 113 West Franklin Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Hiram Woods, 842 Park Avenue Ophth., Otology Thomas Chew Worthington, 1102 North Charles Street Rhinol., Laryngology Hugh H. Young, Johns Hopkins Hospital Genito-Urinary Surgery Cambridge Brice W. Goldsborough, 8 High Street Surgery Cumberland Edwin B. Claybrook, Riverside Building Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 137 MARYLAND — Continued Cumberland — Continued Arthur Hanson Hawkins, Center Street Surgery George Oliver Sharrett, 45 Bedford Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Easton Charles F. Davidson, 126 Goldsborough Street . . . Surgery Elkton Henry Arthur Mitchell, East Main Street .... Surgery Frederick T. B. Johnson, 7 East Church Street Surgery Hagerstown O. H. Williams Ragan, 155 West Washington Street Surgery Peregrine Wroth, Jr., 131 West Washington Street . . Surgery Princess Anne George Wallace Jarman Gynecology MASSACHUSETTS Beverly Peer P. Johnson, 163 Cabot Street Surgery Boston John D. Adams, 45 Bay State Road . . . Orthopedic Surgery Harold Virgil Andrews, 1083 Boylston Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Harold W. Baker, 49 Gloucester Street Surgery Franklin Greene Balch, 279 Clarendon Street . . . Surgery J. D. Barney, 99 Commonwealth Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery Howard P. Bellows, 220 Clarendon Street .... Otology Horace Binney, 403 Beacon Street Surgery John Bapst Blake, 657 Boylston Street Surgery George D. Bliss, 508 Washington Street Obstetrics Charles R. C. Borden, 520 Commonwealth Avenue RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology John Taylor Bottomley, 165 Beacon Street .... Surgery Herbert Drummond Boyd, 687 Boylston Street . . Surgery Elliott Gray Brackett, 166 Newbury Street . Orthopedic Surgery Edward H. Bradford, 133 Newbxiry Street .... Surgery Austin Brant, 483 Beacon Street .... Surgery, Obstetrics John George Breslin, 514 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery 138 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Boston — Continued George W. W. Brewster, 213 Beacon Street . . . Surgery J. Emmons Briggs, 477 Beacon Street Surgery Edith M. Brooks, 483 Beacon Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Lloyd T. Brown, 372 Marlborough Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Alice G. Bryant, 502 Beacon Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charles W. Bush, 202 Huntington Avenue RhinoL, Laryngology Thomas E. Chandler, 19 Bay State Road Surgery Henry Melville Chase, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery David Cheever, 193 Marlborough Street Surgery W. E. Chenery, 377 Commonwealth Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick E. Cheney, 64 Commonwealth Avenue Ophthalmology Arthur L. Chute, 352 Marlborough Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Joseph Payson Clark, 71 Marlborough Street . . Laryngology Howard M. Clute, 638 Beacon Street . Farrar Cobb, 419 Boylston Street .... Robert C. Cochrane, 86 Bay State Road . Ernest Amory Codman, 227 Beacon Street Frederick W. Colburn, 510 Commonwealth Avenue WiUiam M. Conant, 486 Commonwealth Avenue Algernon Coolidge, 613 Beacon Street Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Otology Surgery RhinoL, Laryngology Frederic J. Cotton, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . . . Surgery William P. Coues, 31 Massachusetts Avenue .... Surgery Le Roi Goddard Crandon, 366 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Clarence Crane, 520 Beacon Street Surgery Eugene A. Crockett, 298 Marlborough Street . Oto-Laryngology Arthur Hallam Crosbie, 520 Commonwealth Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery John White Cummin, 9 Massachusetts Avenue . . Surgery John Henry Cunningham, 46 Gloucester Street . . Surgery Harvey Gushing, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital . . . Surgery Hayward W. Gushing, 70 Commonwealth Avenue . . Retired Elliott Carr Cutler, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital . . Surgery Francis H. Davenport, 390 Commonwealth Avenue . Gynecology Lincoln Davis, 217 Beacon Street Surgery Hilbert Francis Day, 45 Bay State Road . . Surgery, Obstetrics Robert L. DeNormandie, 355 Marlborough Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Geographical List of Fellows 139 MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Boston — Continued George S. Derby, 23 Bay State Road .... Ophthalmology Dana Warren Drury, 483 Beacon Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Florence W. Duckering, 520 Beacon Street .... Surgery George H. Earl, 1138 Boylston Street Obstetrics Albert Ehrenfried, 21 Bay State Road Surgery Francis Patten Emerson, 520 Commonwealth Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Nathani el W. Emerson, 118 Forest Hills Street . . . Surgery William Edward Faulkner, 290 Marlborough Street . . Surgery Calvin B. Faimce, Jr., 320 Commonwealth Avenue Oto-Laryngology Henry J. FitzSimmons, 520 Beacon Street . Orthopedic Surgery Archibald McKay Eraser, 270 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Somers Eraser, 514 Commonwealth Avenue .... Surgery Leo Victor Friedman, 425 Marlborough Street . . . Obstetrics Joel E. Goldthwait, 372 Marlborough Street . Orthopedic Surgery Joseph Lincoln Goodale, 258 Beacon Street . . . Laryngology W. P. Graves, 244 Marlborough Street .... Gynecology Charles M. Green, 78 Marlborough Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Daniel Crosby Greene, 23 Bay State Road . . . Laryngology Robert Battey Greenough, 8 Marlborough Street . Surgery Allen Greenwood, loi Newbvuy Street . . . Ophthalmology Frederick W. Halsey, 272 Newbury Street . . . Gynecology Charles Henry Hare, 483 Beacon Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Clifford Dawes Harvey, 510 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery James J. Hepburn, 56 Bay State Road Surgery T. Chittenden Hill, 31 Bay State Road .... Proctology Albert Winslow Horr, 419 Boylston Street . . Ophthalmology Alonzo Gale Howard, 636 Beacon Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Charles TUden Howard, 510 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Walter Clarke Howe, 303 Beacon Street Surgery Joshua C. Hubbard, 86 Bay State Road Surgery Edward Daniel Hurley, 419 Boylston Street . . Ophthalmology John J. Hurley, 194 Bay State Road . RJtinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry T. Hutchins, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . Gynecology Harry James Inglis, 43 Bay State Road RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick L. Jack, 215 Beacon Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick William Johnson, 167 Newbury Street . Gynecology Daniel Fiske Jones, 195 Beacon Street Surgery I40 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Boston — Continued George Francis Keenan, 207 Bay State Road . , . Surgery Charles Joseph Kickham, 536 Commonwealth Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Arthur Ronald Kimpton, 66 Bay State Road . . . Surgery William F. Knowles, 520 Commonwealth Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James Krauss, 419 Boylston Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery William Edwards Ladd, 326 Dartmouth Street . . . Surgery Frank H. Lahey, 638 Beacon Street Surgery Walter B. Lancaster, 520 Commonwealth Avenue Ophthalmology John W. Lane, 520 Beacon Street Surgery Harry Jason Lee, 535 Beacon Street Surgery George A. Leland, 354 Commonwealth Avenue . Oto-Laryngology John Mason Little, 374 Marlborough Street .... Surgery Halsey Beach Loder, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery Howard Augustus Lothrop, loi Beacon Street . . . Surgery Robert W. Lovett, 234 Marlborough Street . Orthopedic Surgery Fred Bates Lund, 529 Beacon Street Surgery Daniel Francis Mahoney, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Henry Orlando Marcy, 180 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery Nathaniel R. Mason, 483 Beacon Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics George Elisha May, 353 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery Charles Galloupe Mixter, 180 Marlborough Street . . Surgery Samuel Jason Mixter, 180 Marlborough Street . . . Surgery William Jason Mixter, 180 Marlborough Street . . . Surgery George H. Monks, 51 Commonwealth Avenue . . . Surgery Howard Moore, 520 Beacon Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery George W. Morse, 375 Commonwealth Avenue . . . Surgery Harris Peyton Mosher, 828 Beacon Street . . Oto-Laryngology Franklin S. Newell, 443 Beacon Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Edward Hall Nichols, 294 Marlborough Street . . . Surgery Richard F. O ' Neil, 374 Marlborough Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Robert B. Osgood, 372 Marlborough Street . Orthopedic Surgery Horace Packard, 470 Commonwealth Avenue . . . Surgery Alonzo Kingman Paine, 80 Bay State Road Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles Fairbank Painter, 520 Commonwealth Avenue Orthopedic Surgery Sarah Ellen Palmer, 483 Beacon Street .... Gynecology Geographical List oj Fellows 141 MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Boston — Continued Luther G. Paul, 321 Beacon Street Surgery Frank A. Pemberton, 311 Beacon Street .... Gynecology L. E. Phaneuf, 514 Commonwealth Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles AUen Porter, 116 Beacon Street Surgery George H. Powers, Jr., 298 Marlborough Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Alex. Quackenboss, 143 Newbiury Street . . . Ophthalmology William Carter Quinby, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital . Surgery Edward Reynolds, 321 Dartmouth Street .... Gynecology George B. Rice, 293 Commonwealth Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Anna Gove Richardson, 22 Evans Way .... Gynecology Edward Peirson Richardson, 224 Beacon Street . . . Surgery Mark Homer Rogers, 483 Beacon Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Luther Colby Rood, 419 Boylston Street . . . Ophthalmology Stephen Rushmore, 520 Commonwealth Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Jane D. Kelly Sabine, 348 Marlborough Street Gynecology, Orthopedic Surgery Dav id Daniel Scannell, 366 Commonwealth Avenue , . Surgery Charles Locke Scudder, 144 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery Channing C. Simmons, 317 Marlborough Street . . . Surgery Conrad Smith, 510 Commonwealth Avenue Rhinol., Laryngology Edwin Wallace Smith, 510 Commonwealth Avenue . . Obstetrics George G. Smith, 352 Marlborough Street Genito-Urinary Surgery George Rinaldo Southwick, 433 Marlborough Street . Surgery Robert Soutter, 133 Newbury Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Myles Standish, 51 Hereford Street .... Ophthalmology Henry Burt Stevens, 520 Commonwealth Avenue Ophthalmology Horace Paine Stevens, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . . Surgery James S. Stone, 286 Marlborough Street Surgery Howard Townsend Swain, 226 Commonwealth Avenue . Obstetrics Benjamin Tenney, 308 Marlborough Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Augustus Thomdike, 496 Commonwealth Avenue . . Retired Louisa Paine Tingley, 9 Massachusetts Avenue . Ophthalmology George L. Tobey, Jr., 416 Marlborough Street . Oto-Laryngology James R. Torbert, 252 Marlborough Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frederick Herman Verhoeff, loi Newbury Street . Ophthalmology 142 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Boston — Continued Agnes C, Viator, Trinity Court Surgery Beth Vincent, 295 Beacon Street Surgery Richard G. Wadsworth, 520 Commonwealth Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics David Harold Walker, 390 Commonwealth Avenue RhinoL, Olo -Laryngology Irving James Walker, 520 Commonwealth Avenue . Surgery David Washburn Wells, Hotel Westminster . . Ophthalmology WUliam F. Wesselhoeft, 483 Beacon Street .... Surgery Wjonan Whittemore, 199 Beacon Street Surgery Ralph Cleaves Wiggin, 483 Beacon Street .... Surgery DeWitt Gilbert Wilcox, 496 Commonwealth Avenue Surgery Hugh Williams, 301 Beacon Street Surgery John Thomas Williams, 483 Beacon Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Ernest B. Young, 434 Marlborough Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Brockton Michael Francis Barrett, 231 Main Street .... Surgery Samuel Warren Goddard, 15 Ellsworth Avenue . . . Surgery George A. Moore, 167 Newbury Street Surgery Brookline William A. Brooks, 227 Summit Avenue Surgery John Homans, 33 Leicester Street Surgery Cambridge Augustus William Dudley, 1740 Massachusetts Avenue Surgery Edmund Horace Stevens, 191 1 Massachusetts Avenue . Surgery William K. S. Thomas, 17 18 Massachusetts Avenue . Surgery Charlestown Edward Marwick Plummer, 5 Adams Street . . Oto-Laryngology Clinton Charles Roger Abbott, 70 Walnut Street Surgery Walter Prentice Bowers, 264 Chestnut Street . . Surgery Gilman Leeds Chase, 185 Chestnut Street .... Surgery James Joseph Goodwin, 202 Church Street .... Surgery Edward Hart Mackay, 92 Walnut Street Surgery DUXBURY Robert T. Miller Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 143 MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Fall River George Willard Blood, 151 Rock Street Surgery Augustus W. Buck, 252 Pine Street Surgery Ralph W. French, 151 Rock Street Surgery Ralph W. Jackson, 251 Cherry Street .... Proctology George L. Richards, 124 Franklin Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Delano R. Ryder, 151 Rock Street Oto-Laryngology Philemon Edwards Truesdale, 151 Rock Street . . . Surgery Framingham Leon Webster Jessaman, 182 Concord Street Ophth., RhinoL, Laryngology Greenfield Halbert Greenleaf Stetson, 39 Federal Street .... Surgery Haverhill William Cogswell, 51 North Avenue Surgery Charles Edwin Durant, 105 Emerson Street .... Surgery Holyoke Edward John Hussey, 1093 Dwight Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Stephen Andrew Mahoney, 630 Dwight Street . . . Surgery Lawrence Frank A. Conlon, Bay State Building .... Ophth., Otology Fred D. McAllister, 301 Essex Street Surgery William Howe Merrill, Bay State Building . . Ophth., Otology Lowell Marshall L. Ailing, 627 Wyman ' s Exchange .... Surgery James Arthur Gage, 18 Shattuck Street Surgery Archibald Robert Gardner, 18 Shattuck Street . . . Surgery George A. Leahey, 128 Merrimack Street Ophth., RhinoL, Otology G. Forrest Martin, 45 Harvard Street Surgery Lynn George Henry Gray, II Lynn Shore Drive .... Surgery William Francis O ' Reilly, 44 South Common Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Joseph Gurney Pinkham, 64 Nahant Street . . . Gynecology Malden Charles Edwin Prior, i Mountain Avenue .... Surgery 144 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS — Continued New Bedford Horatio Cushing Allen, ii 8th Street Surgery E. Edwin Foster Retired Daniel Paul O ' Brien, 330 Union Street Surgery Henry D. Prescott, 26 Grove Street Retired Edwin P. Seaver, Jr., 271 Union Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Newton Henry Orlando Marcy, Jr., 140 Sargent Street . , . Surgery North Adams Martin Millard Brown, 117 Main Street Surgery Frank Dalmon Stafford, 56 Summer Street .... Surgery George H. Thompson, 18 Ashland Street . . . Ophth., Otology Northampton Herbert Brainerd Perry, 55 New South Street . . . Surgery Palmer Harry Cleveland Cheney, 18 Thorndike Street . . . Surgery George Andrew Moore, Post Office Block Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Pittsfield Nathan Finkelstein, 184 North Street Surgery QUINCY Francis R. Burke, 1200 Hancock Street Surgery Nathaniel Stevens Hunting, 1 136 Hancock Street . . Surgery Daniel B. Reardon, 1 186 Hancock Street Surgery Walter Leslie Sargent, 1155 Hancock Street .... Surgery George M. Sheahan, 1 2 School Street Surgery ROXBURY George Arthur Webster, S3A Dale Street Otology Salem Martin Thomas Field, 23 Winter Street Surgery Thomas Kittredge, 13 Chestnut Street Surgery Hardy Phippen, 84 Washington Square Surgery Walter Gray Phippen, 31 Chestnut Street .... Surgery South Dartmouth Francis S. Watson Retired Geographical List of Fellows 145 MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Springfield John Mathews Birnie, 6 Chestnut Street Surgery Harry Francis Byrnes, 67 Chestnut Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Dudley Carleton, 12,1 4 State Street Surgery John Hosea Carmichael, 41 Maple Street Surgery Charles Ratchford Chapman, 174 State Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology M. W. Conrow, 31 Maple Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William Goodell, 6 Chestnut Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick Eugene Hopkins, 25 Harrison Avenue . Oto-Laryngology Robert Ferry Hovey, 5 Oak Street Surgery Charles Francis Lynch, 387 Main Street Surgery Edward J. Mahoney, 4 Mattoon Street Surgery Ralph Beverley Ober, 76 Maple Street Surgery Allen Galpin Rice, 33 School Street . . . . . . Surgery Ralph H. Seelye, 73 Chestnut Street Surgery Erdix Termey Smith, 480 Belmont Avenue .... Surgery Frederick Benoni Sweet, 81 Chestnut Street .... Surgery Winford O. Wilder, 175 State Street Urology VmEYAM) Haven Garry de N. Hough Surgery Waltham Richard Collins, 837 Main Street Surgery Henry Austin Wood, 751 Main Street Surgery Westfield James Billings Atwater, 82 Broad Street Surgery Miles Dudley Chisholm, 106 Elm Street Surgery Frederick T. Clark, 29 Parks Block Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology George H. Janes, 57 Coxut Street Surgery Edward S. Smith, 15 Noble Avenue Surgery WiNCHENDON John Goodrich Henry, 33 Pleasant Street .... Surgery Winchester Hunter Robb, 55 Bacon Street Gynecology WOLLASTON Elmon R. Johnson, 389 Newport Avenue . RhinoL, Laryngology 146 American College of Surgeons MASSACHUSETTS — Continued Worcester Benjamin Harrison Alton, 72 Pearl Street .... Surgery James Arthur Barnes, Slater Building Surgery William Irving Clark, Jr., 53 West Street Surgery Kendall Emerson, 56 William Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Michael F. Fallon, Slater Building Surgery Edgar Alexander Fisher, 25 Elm Street Surgery Homer Gage, 72 Pearl Street Surgery Albert Colby Getchell, 6 Linden Street Rhinol., Laryngology David narrower, 13 Elm Street Ophth., Otology George Hillard Hill, 15 High Street Surgery Ernest Leroi Hunt, 120 Lovell Street Surgery William F. Lynch, 390 Main Street Surgery Arthur White Marsh, 690 Main Street Surgery Winthrop D. Mitchell, " Stone House, " Olean Street . Retired O. Draper Phelps, 452 Main Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery William Henry Rose, 13 Elm Street Surgery Walter Clark Seelye, 390 Main Street Surgery Edward Henry Trowbridge, 28 Pleasant Street . . Gynecology John Kelso Warren, 78 Pleasant Street Surgery Royal Phillips Watkins, 17 West Street Surgery Charles Douglas Wheeler, 18 Chestnut Street . . , Surgery Lemuel Fox Woodward, 52 Pearl Street Surgery Yarmouthport Gorham Bacon Retired MICHIGAN Albion George Clinton Hafford, 400K South Superior Street Surgery Allegan Arthur Letchford Robinson, Marshall Street .... Surgery Ann Arbor Hugh McDowell Beebe, 317 South State Street . . . Surgery Hugh Cabot, University Hospital Surgery R. B. Canfield, 330 South State Street Rhinol., Ola-Laryngology Howard H. Cummings, 202 Nickels Arcade Gynecology, Obstetrics Cyrenus G. Darling, 722 Forest Avenue Surgery Ira D. Loree, 122 North Thayer Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 147 MICHIGAN — Continued Ann Arbor — Continued Dean Wentworth Myers, 317 South State Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Max Minor Peet, University Hospital Surgery Reuben Peterson, 1416 Hill Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics George Slocum, 311 South State Street . . . Ophthalmology C. L. Washburne, 225 East Liberty Street .... Surgery Battle Creek James Thomas Case, 124 Manchester Street .... Surgery B. N. Colver, 182 Manchester Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Rowland HUl Harris, 41 North Washington Avenue . . Surgery John Harvey Kellogg, 202 Manchester Street . . . Surgery Harry Butler Knapp, Battle Creek Sanitarium . Orthopedic Surgery Archibald E. MacGregor, Post Tavern Surgery Clarence Mavel Mercer, 41 North Washington Avenue . Surgery Ray Clinton Stone, 618 Post Building Surgery Rollin Curtis Winslow, 612 Post Building . . . . . Surgery Big Rapids William T. Dodge, 115 South State Street .... Surgery Calumet George M. Rees, 1215 Calumet Avenue Surgery Detroit Norman McLeod Allen, 2407 Woodward Avenue . Surgery E. Amberg, David Whitney BuUding . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Bruce Anderson, 804 Forest Avenue, West . . . Gynecology Joseph H. Andries, 1633 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Raymond Carl Andries, 1737 David Whitney Building . Surgery Max Ballin, 2407 Woodward Avenue Surgery Robert Beattie, 1229 David Whitney Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology John N. Bell, 1149 David Whitney Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Neil I. Bentley, 1161 David Whitney Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Edward J. Bernstein, 507 Fine Arts Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Alexander W. Blain, 2201 Jefiferson Avenue, East . . Surgery W. E. Blodgett, Kresge Medical Building . . Orthopedic Surgery James Henry Boulter, 1601 David Whitney Building . Surgery 148 American College of Surgeons MICHIGAN — Continued Detroit — Continued Clark D. Brooks, David Whitney Building .... Surgery Don M. Campbell, 1613 David Whitney Building Ophth., Rhinol.y Oto-Laryngology William J. Cassidy, 1787 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Ray Connor, 503 Washington Arcade .... Ophth., Otology Ernest Keys Cullen, 1053 David Whitney Building . Gynecology Mortimer Edwin Danforth, Concord and Lafayette Streets, East Surgery Leo Dretzka, 1002 David Whitney Building .... Surgery G. E. Frothingham, 3790 Woodward Avenue . . Ophth., Otology Robert W. Gillman, 61 Peterboro Street . . . Ophth., Otology John E. Gleason, 1061 David Whitney Building Ophth., Rliinol., Oto-Laryngology Andrew R. Hackett, 2035 West Jefferson Avenue . . Surgery Walter L. Hackett, 712 David Whitney Building Gynecology, Obstetrics William A. Hackett, 708 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Hugh A. Hagerty, 1201 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Herbert W. Hewitt, 1131 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Preston M. Hickey, 62 Adams Avenue, West .... Surgery Louis J. Hirschman, Kresge Medical Building . . Proctology Edwin Cornue Hoff, iioi David Whitney Building . . Surgery Willard Himter Hutchings, 2951 Jefferson Avenue, East . Surgery C. Hollister Judd, David Whitney Building Gynecology, Obstetrics George Kamperman, 1807 David Whitney Building Gynecology, Obstetrics William Edward Keane, loi Fort Street, West . . . Urology Frank A. Kelly, 1429 David Whitney Building . . . Surgery F. C. Kidner, 1337 David Whitney Building . Orthopedic Surgery Stephen Herrick Km ' ght, 69 East Willis Avenue . . . Surgery Charles F. Kuhn, 90 Warren Avenue, East .... Surgery Alfred D. LaFert6, 1551 David Whitney Building Orthopedic Surgery Daniel LaFert6, David Whitney Building . . Orthopedic Surgery D. A. MacLachlan, David Whitney Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James A. MacMillan, 938 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Walter Manton, 62 Adams Avenue, West . Obstetrics, Gynecology Geographical List of Fellows 149 MICfflGAN — Continued Detroit — Continued W. P. Manton, 62 Adams Avenue, West . Gynecology, Obstetrics J. D. Matthews, 948 David Whitney Building . Surgery Archibald D. McAlpine, 512 Washington Arcade . Surgery Carl C. McClelland, 1857 David Whitney Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Roy Donaldson McClure, Henry Ford Hospital . . Surgery Angus McLean, David Whitney Building Surgery Richard E. Mercer, David Whitney Building Rhinol., Laryngology Wniiam F. Metcalf, 1905 West Grand Boulevard . . Surgery Fred Towsley Murphy, Penobscot Building .... Surgery Charles H. Oakman, David Whitney Building . . Oral Surgery Edward J. O ' Brien, 2560 Woodward Avenue .... Surgery Anna Odell, 74 Adams Avenue, West . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology George H. Palmerlee, 410 Washington Arcade . . . Surgery Edward J. Panzner, Breitmeyer Building Surgery Walter Robert Parker, David Whitney Building . Ophthalmology Rolland Parmeter, 76 Adams Avenue, West . Surgery, Obstetrics Grover Cleveland Penberthy, David Whitney Building Surgery Harry Ward Plaggemeyer, 1701 David Whitney Building Urology Harry Prewitt Poston, 1337 David Whitney Building . Surgery George E. Potter, 6509 Woodward Avenue .... Surgery Wilson Randolph, 405 West Fort Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology W. A. Repp, 1002 David Whitney Building Gynecology, Obstetrics James Milton Robb, 641 David Whitney Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frederick W. Robbins, 121 2 Kresge Medical Building . Urology Hermon H. Sanderson, David Whitney Building . Ophth., Otology Ward F. Seeley, David Whitney Building Obstetrics, Gynecology William J. Seymour, 2506 Park Boulevard .... Surgery Harold Koch Shawan, 1701 David Whitney Building . Surgery Burt Russell Shurly, 62 Adams Avenue, West . Oto-Laryngology Eugene Smith, 32 Adams Avenue, West . . . Ophth., Otology William Albert Spitzley, 62 Adams Avenue, West . . Surgery Claude Maurice Stafford, 801 Smith Building . . Gynecology Alexander M. Stirling, 1515 David Whitney Building . Surgery Glenn Wiley Stockwell, 408 Washington Arcade . . . Surgery Frank Burr Tibbals, 12 12 Kresge Medical Building . . Surgery 150 American College of Surgeons MICHIGAN — Continued Detroit — Continued H. N. Torrey, 1033 David Whitney Building .... Surgery J. Walter Vaughan, 987 Jefferson Avenue, East . . . Surgery George Matthew Waldeck, looi David Whitney Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frank B. Walker, 1320 David Whitney Building . . Surgery Walter E. Welz, 608 Mt. Elliott Avenue . Obstetrics, Gynecology Harold Wilson, David Whitney Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Frank C. Witter, David Whitney Building Gynecology, Obstetrics H. Wellington Yates, 1229 David Whitney Building Gynecology DOWAGIAC George W. Green, 501 Main Street Surgery ESCANABA Arthur Samuel Kitchen, 1229 Hartnett Avenue . . . Surgery Flint W. G. Bird, 510 F. P. Smith Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Joshua George Ross Manwaring, Dryden Building . . Surgery Herbert Elmer Randall, 302 Smith Building .... Surgery David L. Treat, 221 East 3rd Street Surgery Goodrich Amos S. Wheelock Surgery GRA fD Rapids Corda E. Beeman, 311 Widdicomb Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Alexander M. Campbell, Metz Building . . Surgery, Obstetrics John Dearborn Hastie, 122 East Fulton Street . . Surgery Robert James Hutchinson, 100 Weston Street, S. E . . Surgery Ansel B. Smith, 324 Metz Building Surgery Ferris Smith, 407 Metz Building , . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Richard R. Smith, Metz Building Surgery Pius L. Thompson, 307 Metz Building Surgery R. T. Urquhart, Ashton Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Henry J. Van den Berg, Metz Building Surgery William Henry Veenboer, Metz Building . . Surgery, Obstetrics Frederick Cook Warnshuis, Powers Theater Building . Surgery Rowland F. Webb, 406 Ashton Building .... Gynecology D. Emmett Welsh, Powers Theater Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 151 MICHIGAN — Continued Green ' ille Albert J. Bower, 227 South Lafayette Street .... Surgery Hancock Arthur F. Fischer, Quincy Mine Surgery Joseph E. Scallon, First National Bank Building . Surgery Hastings Arthur W. Woodburne, 304 South Jefferson Street . . Surgery Hillsdale Bvu-t Francis Green, First National Bank Building . Surgery Walter Hulme Sawyer, 1 2 Manning Street .... Surgery Holland William G. Winter, 14 West 8th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Houghton Neil Sutherland MacDonald, 100 Hubbell Avenue . . Surgery James Gibbons Turner, 60 Sheldon Street .... Surgery Iron Mountain William J. Anderson Surgery Joseph A. Crowell, 301 East Ludington Street . . . Surgery Iron Rtver Edward M. Libby, Iron River Hospital Surgery ISHPEMING Vivian H. Vandeventer, 403 North Main Street . . Surgery Jackson Walter Lloyd Fin ton, 410 South Jackson Street . . . Surgery Delbert Edgar Robinson, 410 South Jackson Street . . Surgery George A. Seybold, 604 Peoples National Bank Building Surgery Kalamazoo Ralph E. Balch, 115 West Lovell Street Surgery Charles E. Boys, 1008 Hanselman Building .... Surgery Clarke B. Fulkerson, 308 Kalamazoo National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Edward P. Wilbur, Kalamazoo National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology 152 American College of Surgeons MICHIGAN — Continued Lake Linden Simon Levin Surgery Lansing Earl Ingram Carr, 300 West Ottawa Street .... Surgery Berten M, Davey, 221 North Capitol Avenue Surgery William E. McNamara, 300 West Ottawa Street . . Surgery Laurium Albert I. Lawbaugh, 117 Willow Avenue Surgery Manistee Lewis Stanton Ramsdell, 57 Poplar Street .... Surgery Marquette Alfred W. Hornbogen, Savings Bank Building . . . Surgery Harry J. Hornbogen, 212 East Michigan Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Mohawk George A. Conrad Surgery Muskegon Charles J. Bloom, Landreth Block Surgery Robert I. Busard, First Street and Webster Avenue . . Surgery Frank Webster Garber, 159 Jefferson Street .... Surgery George L. LeFevre, Union National Bank Building . . Surgery Albertus B. Poppen, Union National Bank Building Gynecology Owosso Arthur M. Hume, 224 North Ball Street Surgery Painesdale William Kerr West Surgery PONTIAC William Horace Morley Obstetrics Port Huron James Arthur Attridge, 516 Water Street Surgery Alexander J. MacKenzie, 504 Meisel Building . . . Surgery Saginaw James D. Bruce, 333 South Jefferson Avenue .... Surgery Matthew Kollig, 704 Holland Avenue Surgery Bert Bessac Rowe, 315 South Jefferson Avenue . . Surgery C. H. Sample, 309 South Washington Avenue . . . Surgtry Walter L. Slack, 308 Eddy Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 153 MICHIGAN — Continued St. Johns Athur 0. Hart, 2cx) East Walker Street Surgery St. Joseph Theron G. Yeomans, St. Joseph Sanitarium .... Surgery Trenton Claudius Bligh Kinyon Surgery MINNESOTA Bemidji Rowland Thomas Stratton Gilmore, 905 Lake Boulevard Surgery Brainerd Walter Courtney, 19 Bluff Avenue Retired John A. Evert Surgery John A. Thabes, 417 Holly Street Surgery Caledonia William E. Browning Surgery Crookston Halvor Holte, 220 South Broadway Surgery Detroit Leonard Case Weeks, 827 Washington Avenue . . . Surgery DULUTH William Richardson Bagley, 510 Fidelity Building . . Surgery Alexander J. Braden, 400 Lyceum Building .... Surgery Theodore Leete Chapman, 700 Fidelity Building . . Surgery Arthur Nelson Collins, Lycemn Building Surgery W. A. Coventry, 600 FideUty Building Gynecology, Obstetrics John J. Eklund, 7 East Superior Street Surgery Veader N. Leonard, 25 loth Avenue, East . . , Gynecology Clarence E. Lmn, 304 Providence Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Williaun Henry Magie, 401 Sellwood Building . . . Surgery T. H. Shastid, 400 Lyceum Building .... Ophthalmology John Arthur Winter, 600 Fidelity Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ely Owen W. Parker Surgery 154 American College of Surgeons MINNESOTA — Continued EVELETH Charles W. More, 605 Grant Avenue Surgery Graceville Cliflford I. Oliver Surgery HiBBING Bertram S. Adams, 812 3rd Avenue Surgery Litchfield Karl A. Danielson Surgery John J. Donovan, 606 Armstrong Avenue Surgery Archibald W. Robertson, Robertson Building . . . Surgery Mankato John W. Andrews, National Citizens Bank Building . Surgery John S. Holbrook, 301 South Front Street .... Surgery Carl J. Holman, 201 National Citizens Bank Building . Surgery John Henry James, National Citizens Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Olo-Laryngology Aaron Franklin Schmitt, 645 South 4th Street . . . Surgery Alphonse Edward John Sohmer, 307 South Front Street Surgery Minneapolis Amos W. Abbott, 1717 ist Avenue, South .... Surgery Fred L. Adair, 730 La Salle Building . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Stephen H. Baxter, Physicians and Surgeons Building . Surgery Alfred N. Bessesen, 301 Donaldson Building .... Surgery Fred Macon Bogan, 108 East 24th Street Surgery A. E. Booth, 1 132 Metropolitan Bank Building . Surgery Hermann A. H. Bouman, 403 Physicians and Surgeons Building Surgery Arthur F. Bratrud, 302 Physicians and Surgeolns Building Surgery Paul F. Brown, iioi Metropolitan Bank Building . Surgery Kenneth Bulkley, 420 Syndicate Building .... Surgery Chester M. Carlaw, Physicians and Surgeons Building . Surgery Howard S. Clark, 607 La Salle Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology William H. Condit, 1009 Nicollet Avenue . Gynecology, Obstetrics J. Frank Corbett, 808 Physicians and Surgeons Building . Surgery John G. Ericson, 603 Syndicate Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Robert Emmett Farr, 2433 Bryant Avenue, South . Surgery Emil S. Geist, 704 Besse Building .... Orthopedic Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 155 MINNESOTA — Continued Minneapolis — Continued Eugene K. Green, 808 Physicians and Surgeons Building Surgery Earle Russell Hare, 730 La Salle Building .... Surgery Knut Hoegh, 131 West 36th Street, South .... Surgery Conrad Jacobson, 225 Millard Hall Surgery August E. Johnson, 905 Metropolitan Bank Building . Surgery James A. Johnson, 1009 Nicollet Avenue Surgery Hannibal H. Kimball, 602 Nicollet Avenue .... Surgery Laura Arlene Lane, 3201 Clinton Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Arthur Ayer Law, 420 Syndicate Building .... Surgery Henry H. Leavitt, 700 Donaldson Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Joseph D. Lewis, 516 La Salle Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Jennings Crawford Litzenberg, 1009 Nicollet Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Matthew John Lynch, 710 Physicians and Surgeons Building Surgery John Silliman Macnie, 503 Donaldson Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Clarence 0. Maland, 730 LaSalle Building Obstetrics, Gynem)logy Arthur T. Mann, 910 Donaldson Building .... Surgery J. Matthews, Metropolitan Bank Building RhinoL, Laryngology Howard Mcllvain Morton, MetropoUtan Bank Building Ophthalmology W. R. Murray, 1009 Nicollet Avenue . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology H. Newhart, 910 Donaldson Building . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology C. F. Nootnagel, 600 Physicians and Surgeons Building Surgery Frederick A. M. Olson, 420 Syndicate Building . . . Surgery O. A. Olson, 1 1 17 Metropolitan Bank Building . . . Surgery Oscar Owre, 707 Masonic Temple Urology E. H. Parker, 730 La Salle Building . . RhinoL, Laryngology Frederick Harold Poppe, 730 La Salle Building . . . Surgery John A. Pratt, 919 Metropolitan Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charles Anthony Reed, 1009 Nicollet Avenue . Orthopedic Surgery John H. Rishmiller, iioi MetropoUtan Bank Building . Surgery William E. Rochford, 527 Syndicate Building . . . Surgery 156 American College of Surgeons MINNESOTA — Continued Minneapolis — Continued Samuel C, Schmitt, 705 Physicians and Surgeons Building Surgery Gustav Schwyzer, 410 Donaldson Building .... Surgery Jalmar Hendrik Simons, 609 La Salle Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Arthur Edward Smith, Donaldson Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frederic J. Souba, 600 Physicians and Surgeons Building Surgery C. N. Spratt, 900 Nicollet Avenue . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Arthur C. Strachauer, 1009 Nicollet Avenue .... Surgery Eugene S. Strout, Donaldson Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology George Elmer Strout, 900 Donaldson Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Henry C. Stuhr, 900 Donaldson Building Surgery Horatio B. Sweetser, Physicians and Surgeons Building . Surgery James A. Watson, Physicians and Surgeons Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Roscoe Clayton Webb, 300 La Salle Building . . . Surgery Charles Galen Weston, 803 Physicians and Surgeons Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Archa Edward Wilcox, 920 Nicollet Avenue . . . Surgery Douglas F. Wood, 610 Donaldson Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology F. R. Wright, 707 Donaldson Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Herbert M. N. Wynne, 300 La Salle Building Gynecology, Urology Otto William Yoerg, 527 Sjoidicate Building .... Surgery New U lm O. C. Strickler Surgery Ortonville Charles Bolsta Surgery OWATONNA John H, Adair, 322 East Vine Street Surgery Christian P. Nelson Surgery Princeton Henry C. Cooney Surgery Rochester Alfred Washington Adson, Mayo Clinic Surgery Rudolph George Andres, Mayo Clinic Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 157 MINNESOTA — Continued Rochester — Continued Donald C. Balfour, 427 South Glencoe Street . . . Surgery Roy Alexander Barlow, Mayo Clinic . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William Lemuel Benedict, 102 2nd Street, S. W. . Ophthalmology Walter Meredith Boothby, Mayo Clinic Surgery Stuart W. Harrington, Mayo Clinic Surgery Carl Arthur Hedblom, Mayo Clinic Surgery Melvin S. Henderson, 428 4th Street, S. W. . Orthopedic Surgery Verne Carlton Himt, Mayo Clinic . . ... . . Surgery Edward Starr Judd, 705 2nd Street, S.W Surgery Harold I. Lillie, Mayo Clinic . . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ambrose L. Lockwood, Mayo Clinic Surgery James Carruthers Masson, Mayo Clinic Surgery Charles Horace Mayo, Mayowood Surgery William J. Mayo, 701 College Hill Surgery Henry W. Meyerding, 525 9th Avenue, S.W. . Orthopedic Surgery Gordon B. New, Mayo Clinic . . . Laryngology, Oral Surgery John de Jamette Pemberton, Mayo Clinic .... Surgery Fred Rankin, Mayo Clinic Surgery Walter E. Sistrunk, 806 4th Street, S.W Surgery George Ellsworth Sutton, Mayo Clinic Surgery St. Cloud Warren Loring Beebe, 5th Avenue and St. Germain Street Surgery St. Paul Henry E. Binger, 1027 Lowry Building Frank E. Burch, 754 Linwood Place William C. Carroll, Lowry Building Carl C. Chatterton, Moore Building Alexander R. Colvin, Lowry Building Loviis Eugene Daugherty, 914 Lowry Building Warren A. Dennis, Hamm Building George Arthur Earl, 12 10 Lowry Building Robert Earl, Lowry Building George Arthur Geist, 133 West 7th Street Eric O. Giere, 319 Hamm Building Albert C. Heath, 339 Lowry Building . Rhinol Oscar W. Holcomb, 942 Lowry Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Ophthalmology Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Surgery 158 American College of Surgeons MINNESOTA — Continued St. Paul — Continued Arthur W. Ide, 1515 Charles Street Surgery Elmer M. Jones, 1014 Lowry Building Surgery Carl L. Larsen, 1027 Lowry Building Surgery William Lerche, Lowry Building Surgery William W. Lewis, 836 Lowry Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Archibald MacLaren, 914 Lowry Building .... Surgery Thomas McDavitt, Lowry Building .... Ophth., Otology Harry Parks Ritchie, 914 Lowry Building .... Surgery John T. Rogers, Hamm Building Surgery John L. Rothrock, Hamm Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frederick C. Schuldt, 1137 Lowry Building .... Surgery Arnold Schwyzer, 123 West 7th Street Surgery John L. Shellman, Hamm Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Anton Shimonek, 642 Lowry Building Surgery John C. Staley, 1235 Lowry Building Surgery Harry Bernard Zimmermann, Hamm Building . . Surgery Tracy Harper M. Workman, Partridge Block Surgery Virginia Charles B. Lenont, Lenont Hospital Surgery Edward H. Mclntyre Surgery Warren Theodor Bratrud, Warren Hospital Surgery Orville N. Meland, Warren Hospital Surgery WiLLMAR Berton J. Branton, Willmar Clinic Surgery Peter C. Davison Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology MISSISSIPPI Columbus Walter Russell McKinley, 618 Main Street .... Surgery Greenville Hugh Agnew Gamble, 505 Washington Avenue . . . Surgery Hattiesburg Walter W. Crawford, South Mississippi Infirmary . Surgery Theophilus Erskine Ross, 416 Bay Street Surgery Geographical List oj Fellows 159 MISSISSIPPI — Continued Jackson Wallace L. Britt, Century Building Genilo- W. B. Dobson, Century Building . . Ophih., Samuel Hoskins McLean, Century Building . Harley R. Shands, Century Building .... James Percy Wall, Jackson Sanatorium Meridian Samuel Henry Hairston, Miazza- Woods Building Robert Lee Turner, 142 1 20th Avenue . . Natchez Charles T. Chamberlain, 313 Franklin Street . John W. D. Dicks, 207 Linton Avenue Richard Dimckley Sessions, 305 FrankUn Street . ViCKSBURG Benson Blake Martin, igi8 Washington Street . Winona John Woodson Barksdale, 106 Railroad Avenue . Yazoo City John Darrington, Yazoo and Madison Streets Urinary Surgery Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery MISSOURI Cape Girardeau John D. Porterfield, Jr., 6 North Spanish Street . . . Surgery Carrollton Richard Franklin Cook, 5 East Benton Street . . . Surgery Columbia Dudley Steele Conley, Guitar Bviilding Surgery Frank G. Nifong, 12 South gth Street Surgery Guy Lincoln Noyes, 311 Hitt Street .... Ophth., Otology Carl Miller Sneed, 909 Elm Street Ophth., Otology Edina H. J. Jurgens Surgery Jefferson City William Alfred Clark, 406 Central Trust Building . Surgery JOPLIN Robert L. Neff, Frisco Building Surgery i6o American College of Surgeons MISSOURI — Continued Kansas City John Fairbairn Binnie, 917 Rial to Building .... Surgery Edward Giles Blair, 404 Bryant Building Surgery T. S. Blakesley, 638 Lathrop Building ♦ Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Jonathan E. Burns, 403 Waldheim Building .... Urology Clarence S. Capell, 113s Rialto Building Urology Robert James Curdy, Rialto Building .... Ophthalmology Frank M. Denslow, 715 Bryant Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Frank D. Dickson, 403 Waldheim Building . Orthopedic Surgery Hal Foster, 402 Altman Building . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Davis Foster, 4125 Warwick Boulevard . . Surgery Clarence B. Francisco, 416 Argyle Building . Orthopedic Surgery J. M. Frankenburger, Rialto Building Surgery William J. Frick, 924 Rialto Building Surgery Jefferson D. Griffith, 1225 Rialto Building . Orthopedic Surgery D. C. Guffey, 909 Waldheim Building . . Gynecology, Obstetrics C. Lester Hall, 2720 Troost Avenue Gynecology Edward P. Hall, 124 West 33rd Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology M. A. Hanna, Lathrop Building . . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Nathan 0. Harrelson, 638 Lathrop Building John Gardner Hayden, 1222 Rialto Bxiilding James P. Henderson, 3615 Wabash Avenue Arthur E. Hertzler, 13 16 Rialto Building . Ellery M. Hetherington, 738 Lathrop Building Howard Hill, 1334 Rialto Building . Robert D. Irland, 924 Rialto Building Jabez North Jackson, 425 Argyle Building Kerwin Weidman Kinard, 3520 Main Street Harold Phillip Kuhn, Rialto Building . Joseph Stanly Lichtenberg, Rialto Building J. E. Logan, 1208 Wyandotte Street . Ernest G. Mark, loio Rialto Building . Surgery Surgery Urology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Genito-Urinary Surgery Andrew W. McAlester, Jr., 625 Bryant Building . Ophthalmology F. M. McCallum, 721 Lathrop Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Reginald H. Meade, 817 Rialto Building Surgery James C. Minor, 511 Commerce Building .... Proctology George Clark Mosher, 1 100 Grand Avenue Obstetrics, Gynecology Geographical List of Fellows i6i MISSOURI — Continued Kansas City — Continued Thomas G. Orr, 822 Rialto Building Surgery Michael J. Owens, Rialto Building Surgery Joseph M. Patterson, 518 Bryant Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Herman Elwyn Pearse, 1305 Rialto Building .... Surgery John W. Perkins, 1005 Campbell Street Surgery Matthew W. Pickard, Union Station Hospital . . . Surgery Bert A. Poorman, loio Rialto Building Surgery W. T. Reynolds, 520 Chambers Building Surgery Caleb A. Ritter, 702 Bryant Building . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Sam E. Roberts, 906 Waldheim Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology J. Archie Robertson, 501 Gate City National Bank Building Surgery Ernest F. Robinson, 603 Bryant Building .... Surgery Leon Rosenwald, 326 Argyle Bviilding . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Robert McE. SchauflSer, 416 Argyle Building Orthopedic Surgery Joseph W. Sherer, 1232 Rialto Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frank R. Teachenor, 425 Argyle Building .... Surgery H. E. Thomason, 1020 Rialto Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology John H. Thompson, 406 Bryant Building . . . Ophthalmology H. G. Tureman, iioo Rialto Building . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Elmer D. Twyman, 416 Argyle Bxiilding Surgery Charles E. Wilson, 924 Rialto Building Surgery Mexico Josiah G. Moore, 721 East Love Street Surgery MONETT William M. West, 213 4th Street Surgery Sedalia Wilson Jones Ferguson, I. 0. 0. F. Building .... Surgery E. F. Yancey, 803 West Broadway Surgery Springfield Roche W. Hogeboom, 704 Woodruff Building . . . Surgery William Rienhoff, 564 St. Louis Street Surgery St. Joseph Joseph J. Bansbach, 825 Frederick Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery John Monohan Doyle, Corby-Forsee Building . . . Surgery i62 American College of Surgeons MISSOURI — Continued St. Joseph — Continued Jacob Geiger, 619 Francis Street Surgery William H. Minton, Bartlett Trust Company Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Daniel Morton, King Hill Building . . . Surgery, Proctology Floyd H. Spencer, Physicians and Surgeons Building . Surgery St. Louis F. H. Albrecht, 3657 Delmar Boulevard . Orthopedic Surgery Robert DuBose Alexander, University Club Building Surgery Nathaniel Allison, Humboldt Building . Orthopedic Surgery Robert Fleming Amyx, 1943 North nth Street Surgery Millard Fillmore Arbuckle, University Club Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Fred Warren Bailey, 611 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery Leo Bartels, 650 Century Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Willard Bartlett, 410 Metropolitan Building .... Surgery Vilray Papin Blair, Metropolitan Building .... Surgery W. M. C. Bryan, 910 University Club Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Cyrus Edgar Burford, Arcade Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Robert Burns, Jr., Lister Building Surgery George W. Cale, Jr., Wall Building Surgery James Alexander Campbell, Equitable Building Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Norman Bruce Carson, 4379 Westminster Place . Surgery John R. Caulk, University Club Building Genito-Urinary Surgery J. W, Charles, 505 Humboldt Building . . Ophthalmology Malvern Bryan Clopton, 405 Humboldt Building Surgery William Thomas Coughlin, University Club Building . Surgery Hanley C. Creveling, Frisco Building .... Oto-Laryngology H. S. Crossen, Metropolitan Building . . Gynecology, Obstetrics John McH. Dean, Metropolitan Building Surgery Edward Lee Dorsett, 505 University Club Building Gynecology, Obstetrics William Joseph Doyle, City Dairies Building .... Surgery Hugo Ehrenfest, Metropolitan Building Gynecology, Obstetrics O. H. Elbrecht, 423 Metropolitan Building .... Surgery Arthur E. Ewing, 520 Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology Arthur 0. Fisher, 608 Humboldt Building .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 163 MISSOURI — Continued St. Louis — Continued Robert Monroe Funkhouser, 4354 Olive Street . . . Surgery George Gellhorn, Metropolitan Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frank A. Glasgow, University Club Building . . . Gynecology William P. Glennon, 4500 Olive Street Surgery Max A. Goldstein, 3858 Westminster Place Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Evarts Ambrose Graham, Washington University Medical School Surgery John Green, Jr., 626 Metropolitan Building . . Ophthalmology Louis K. Guggenheim, 1000 Carleton Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Horace E. Happel, Wall Building Surgery Frank L. Henderson, 501 Humboldt Building . Ophthalmology Edward H. Higbee, 417 Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology Roland Hill, 4500 Olive Street Surgery Philip Hoffman, 3657 Delmar Boulevard . . Orthopedic Surgery Alexander E. Horwitz, University Club Building Orthopedic Surgery Charles E. Hyndman, Humboldt Building .... Surgery John Ellis Jennings, 807 Carleton Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ernst Jonas, Lister Building Surgery Walter M, Jones, 5800 Arsenal Street Surgery William Kerwin, 4500 Olive Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Walter C. G. Kirchner, 229 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery Marion L. Klinefelter, Wall Building . . Orthopedic Surgery WiUiam Elston Leighton, 305 Lister Building . . . Surgery Bransford Lewis, 550 Century Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Hanau W. Loeb, 537 North Grand Avenue . . Oto-Laryngology Virgil Loeb, 537 North Grand Avenue .... Oral Surgery William H. Luedde, 311 Metropolitan Building Ophthalmology HartweU Nelles Lyon, Humboldt Building .... Surgery John W. Marchildon, University Club Building Genito-Urinary Surgery L. Clifford McAmis, 501 Humboldt Building .... Surgery William A. McCandless, 5056 Westminster Place Harvey S. McKay, University Club Building Mary Hancock McLean, 4339 Delmar Boulevard Harry M. Moore, Wall Building Surgery Surgery Retired Surgery 164 American College oj Surgeons MISSOURI — Continued St. Louis — Continued Neil S. Moore, 316 Frisco Building Urology John Campbell Morfit, University Club Building Surgery Harvey Gilmer Mudd, 408 Humboldt Btiilding ... Surgery Max W. Myer, University Club Building Surgery Qvdtman U. Newell, 411 Wall Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Clarence M. Nicholson, Lister Building Surgery Archer O ' Reilly, 3534 Washington Avenue . Orthopedic Surgery Scott E. Parsons, Wall Building Surgery Christian F. Pfingsten, 508 North Grand Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Lawrence T. Post, 520 Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology Martin H. Post, Jr., 520 Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology Louis Rassieur, 318 University Club Building . . . Surgery Francis Reder, University Club Building Surgery W. M. Robertson, Humboldt Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Ernest Sachs, 97 Arundel Place Surgery W. E. Sauer, 537 North Grand Avenue . . . Oto-Laryngology Henry Joseph Scherck, Century Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Robert Ernst Schlueter, 514 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery Henry Schwarz, 440 North Newstead Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Major G. Seelig, University Club Building .... Surgery E. T. Senseney, 308 Lister Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Ewing Shahan, 520 Metropohtan Building Ophthalmology John B. Shapleigh, Humboldt Building Otology Norvelle Wallace Sharpe, 3520 Lucas Avenue . . . Surgery William A. Shoemaker, 1006 Carleton Building . Ophthalmology Cleveland H. Shutt, Metropolitan Building .... Surgery Frederick C. Simon, Arcade Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Greenfield Sluder, 3542 Washington Avenue Rhinol., Laryngology Carroll Smith, 306 Humboldt Building Surgery Selden Spencer, University Club Building . . Oto-Laryngology Percy H. Swahlen, 5301 Page Avenue . . Gynecology, Obstetrv:s Frank Joseph Tainter, 816 University Club Building . Surgery Hudson Talbott, 426 Metropolitan Building .... Surgery F. J. Taussig, 4506 Maryland Avenue . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Herman Tuholske, 453 North Taylor Avenue . . . Surgery Paid Yoer Tupper, Wall Building Surgery Paul F. Vasterling, 1600 California Avenue .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 165 MISSOURI — Continued St. Louis — Continued W. H. Vogt, 330 Metropolitan Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics William S. Wiatt, 4506 Lewis Place Surgery Meyer Wiener, 900 Carleton Building .... Ophthalmology Leo A. Will, 434 University Club Building .... Surgery Reinhard E. Wobus, 713 Metropolitan Building Surgery, Obstetrics Frederick Eno Woodruff, Metropolitan Building . Ophthalmology Ross Arlington Woolsey, 4960 Laclede Avenue , . . Surgery Henry McClure Young, 622 University Club Building . Urology Willis Brock Young, 516 Metropolitan Building . . . Surgery Oliver B. Zeinert, 618 University Club Building . . . Surgery MONTANA Anaconda Alfred J. Willits, 523 Hickory Street Surgery Billings Henry Edward Armstrong, Stapleton Building . . . Surgery Arthur J. Movius, Hart-Albin Building Surgery Edward W. Thuerer, 227 Hart-Albin Building . . . Surgery Charles F. Watkins, 217 Montana Power Building . . Surgery James I. Wemham, 227 Hart-Albin Building . Surgery, Obstetrics Butte John Alexander Donovan, 507 Phoenix Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery . . Surgery I, D. Freund, 518 North Emmett Street . Alfred Karsted, 209 Metals Bank Building Herbert D. Kistler, Murray Hospital . . Edward F. Maginn, 403 Lewisohn Building Ashley W. Morse, 507 Phoenix Building Ophth., Rhinol Thomas J. Murray, 401 West Granite Street . Michael James Scott, 313 Daly Bank Building John R. E. Sievers, 75 Owsley Block . Thomas Casey Witherspoon, Quartz and Alaska Streets Forsyth Malcolm Eadie Smith, Bank of Commerce Building Glendive Robert H. Beach, Northern Pacific Hospital . . . , Oto-Laryngology . . Surgery . . Surgery . . Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery i66 American College of Surgeons MONTANA — Continued Great Falls Clifton C. Albright, 313 Ford Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James H. Irwin, Ford Building Surgery Albert Forrest Longeway, 505 3rd Avenue, North . Surgery Enoch Marvin Porter, Conrad Bank Building . . Surgery LeRoy Southmayd, Ford Building Surgery Helena Ben C. Brooke, Brooke and Lanstrum Building . . Surgery Rudolph Horsky, 326 Fuller Avenue Surgery Kalispell Hugh E. Houston, Buffalo Block Surgery Lewistown Fred Franklin Attix, Attix Clinic Building .... Surgery Joseph T. Brice, Brice Hospital Building . Surgery, Obstetrics Frank C. Davis, 618 West Main Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Livingston Robert D. Alton, First State Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Byron L, Pampel Gynecology, Obstetrics Miles City William Henry Buskirk, 413 Main Street Surgery John H. Garberson, 413 Main Street Surgery Missoula George Michael Jennings, 220 North 2nd Street . . , Surgery Harry Clay Smith, Higgins Block Surgery Roundup Creswell Tayleur Pigot Surgery Sidney Houston Haddon Parsons, First National Bank Building Surgery Townsend Charles Wolflf Smith Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 167 NEBRASKA Aurora Donald B. Steenburg, 1018 12th Street Surgery Beatrice Harry M. Hepperlen, 114 South 6th Street .... Surgery Columbus Christian Alexander Allenburger, Columbus State Bank Building Surgery Charles H. Campbell, Columbus State Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frank H. Morrow, 2512 13th Street Surgery Fairbury Albert Lynch, 612 5th Street Surgery Fremont George James Haslam, 215 East 5th Street .... Surgery Hastings Oscar Herman Hahn, 212K Hastings Avenue . . . Surgery Samuel R. Hopkins, First National Bank Building . . Surgery Lincoln Wesley L. Curtis, 612 Security Mutual Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Clarence Emerson, Security Mutual Life Building . . Surgery Everett B. Finney, 802 Security Mutual Life Building . Surgery David Clark Hilton, 305 Richards Block Surgery Karl Siegfried J. Hohlen, loio Terminal Building . . Surgery Frank Bradbury Hollenbeck, 206 Richards Block . . Surgery Artemas I. McKinnon, 503 Security Mutual Life Building Surgery Albert Roscoe Mitchell, Bankers Life Building . . . Surgery H. Winnett Orr, loio Terminal Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Henry Peter Wekesser, Orpheum Theatre Building . . Surgery J. Stanley Welch, 5x4 First National Bank Building Surgery Madison Francis A. Long Surgery Norfolk Stuart Avery Campbell, 0433 Norfolk Avenue . . . Surgery Peter Harold Salter, 409 Norfolk Avenue Surgery North Platte George B. Dent, 620 West 4th Street ...... Surgery i68 American College of Surgeons NEBRASKA — Continued Omaha John Monro Banister, 400 Brandeis Theatre Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Alfred Jerome Brown, 402 City National Bank Building Surgery Louis B. Bushman, 631 City National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol. t Oto-Laryngology Karl Council, Presbyterian Hospital Surgery Byron B. Davis, 1502 South 32nd Avenue .... Surgery Delmer L. Davis, 670 Brandeis Theatre Building Surgery Edwin G. Davis, 670 Brandeis Theatre Building . . . Urology Palmer Findley, Brandeis Theatre Building Gynecology, Obstetrics Dellizon A. Foote, 788 Brandeis Theatre Building . . Surgery Harold Gifford, 702 Brandeis Building . Ophth., Otology Herschel P. Hamilton, 617 City National Bank Building Surgery Charles A. Hull, 1200 First National Bank Building Surgery August Frederic Jonas, 512 McCague Building . . Surgery Charles R. Kennedy, McCague Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Henry Bassett Lemere, 400 Brandeis Theatre Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology J. P. Lord, 830 City National Bank Building . Orthopedic Surgery Charles McMartin, 828 City National Bank Building Urology Charles C. Morison, Brandeis Theatre Building . . Surgery John Rudolph Nilsson, 426 World Herald Building . Surgery Frank S. Owen, 648 Brandeis Building, Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James M. Patton, 702 Brandeis Building . . . Ophthalmology Daniel T. Quigley, 727 City National Bank Building . Surgery Charles O. Rich, 432 Brandeis Theatre Building . . . Surgery Clyde Augustus Roeder, 834 Brandeis Theatre Building Surgery George F. Simanek, 1262 South 13th Street .... Surgery Arthur Charles Stokes, 4724 Davenport Street . . . Surge ry John E. Summers, 618 Brandeis Theatre Building Surgery Herbert C. Sumney, ion W. O. W. Building . Urology Elmer J. Updegraff, 512 McCague Building .... Surgery Chester H. Waters, 500 Brandeis Theatre Building . . Surgery William P. Wherry, 703 Brandeis Theatre Building Ophth., Otology W. Eugene Wolcott, 830 City National Bank Building J, Orthopedic Surgery Charles Gilbert McMahon, 448 Central Avenue . . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 169 NEBRASKA— Continued Tekamah Henry A. Johnson Surgery Isaiah Lukens Surgery NEVADA Carson City Donald Maclean, 314 Nevada Street Surgery East Ely Ralph A. Bowdle, Steptoe Valley Hospital .... Surgery Reno George McKenzie, Thoma-Bigelow Building .... Surgery NEW HAMPSHIRE Claremont Emery Moore Fitch, 19 Pleasant Street Surgery Concord Chancey Adams, 1 1 South Main Street Surgery Henry H. Amsden, 4 North State Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert John Graves, 4 North State Street .... Surgery James Walker Jameson, 5 South State Street .... Surgery Carleton Ray Metcalf , 4 North State Street . Orthopedic Surgery Loren A. Sanders, 23 West Street Surgery Franklin James Brown Woodman, 336 Central Street .... Surgery Hanover Percy Bartlett, 8 Parkway Surgery John Martin Gile, 3 Maynard Street Surgery Keene Ira Joslin Prouty, 8i Court Street Surgery Laconia Clifton S. Abbott, 8 Academy Street Surgery Alpha H. Harriman, 440 Main Street Surgery Littleton Arthur T. Downing, 13 Main Street Surgery Manchester Walter T. Crosby, 814 Ehn Street Surgery Emdon Fritz, 913 Ehn Street . Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology lyo American College of Surgeons NEW HAMPSHIRE — Continued Manchester — Continued John Hiram Gleason, Merchants Bank Building . . Surgery John Franklin Holmes, 951 Elm Street Surgery William H. A. Lyons, 788 Elm Street . . . Surgery, Obstetrics John C. O ' Connor, 1037 Elm Street Surgery David W. Parker, 967 Elm Street Surgery Arthur F. Wheat, 944 Elm Street Surgery George Clarence Wilkins, 402 Beacon Building . . . Surgery Nashua Ella Blaylock Atherton, 148 Main Street .... Gynecology Charles Everett Congdon, 77 Main Street .... Surgery Sam Starrett Dearborn, 3 Abbot Street Surgery James Thornton Greeley, IIS Main Street .... Surgery Frank E. Kittredge, Masonic Temple . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Benjamin G. Moran, 174 Main Street Surgery Charles Francis Nutter, 16 Amherst Street . . Ophthalmology Augustus W. Shea, 266 Main Street Surgery Herbert L. Smith, Goodrich Block Surgery Alonzo S. Wallace, 198 Main Street Surgery Plymouth Ernest Lome Bell, 174 Main Street Surgery Portsmouth John J. Berry Surgery Arthur Cowton Heflfenger, 53 Austin Street .... Surgery Herbert Leonel Taylor, 160 Middle Street .... Surgery NEW JERSEY Atlantic City Walt Ponder Conaway, 1723 Pacific Avenue .... Surgery William Edgar Darnall, 1704 Pacific Avenue .... Surgery R. Johnson Held, 3531 Pacific Avenue . Oto-Laryngology Bayonne William Wallace Brooke, 915 Avenue C . . . . Gynecology Lucius Francis Donohoe, iS Dodge Street .... Surgery George H. Sexsmith, 719 Avenue C Surgery Ernst Thvmi, 819 Avenue C . Ophth., R iinoL, Oto-Laryngology Cabiden Paul Mulford Mecray, 405 Cooper Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 171 NEW JERSEY — Continued East Orange WilKam Boardman Graves, 426 Main Street .... Surgery Elizabeth James S. Green, 463 North Broad Street Surgery Edgar Boileau Grier, 400 Westminster Avenue . . . Surgery Stephen T. Quinn, 83 Broad Street Surgery John Philip Reilly, 215 Elizabeth Avenue Surgery Charles Henry Schlichter, 556 North Broad Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Milton A. Shangle, 34 Prince Street Surgery N. L. Wilson, 410 Westminster Avenue Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Jersey City Henry J. Bogardus, 427 Bergen Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery Frank Bortone, 809 Montgomery Street Surgery T. R. Chambers, 15 Exchange Place . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Gordon Kimball Dickinson, 280 Montgomery Street . Surgery William Freile, 108 Palisade Avenue . . . . . . Surgery Wallace Pyle, 15 Exchange Place Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry Spence, 2540 Hudson Boulevard Surgery Stanley R. Woodruff, 16 Enos Place . Genito-Urinary Surgery MONTCLAIR James Spencer Brown, 43 South Fullerton Avenue . Surgery William Schauffler Dodd, 81 South Mountain Avenue . Surgery James T. Hanan, 1 1 The Crescent Surgery Victor Bayard Seidler, 16 Plymouth Street .... Surgery MORRISTOWN Francis H. Glazebrook, 171 South Street Surgery Clifford Mills, 36 Maple Avenue .... Surgery, Obstetrics Edward Blair Sutphen, 174 South Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Newark Linus Worthington Bagg, 712 Clinton Avenue . . . Surgery Edward Hill Baldwin, 85 Clinton Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Hugh F. Cook, 2 Lombardy Street Surgery Theodore W. Corwin, 671 Broad Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Max Danzis, 608 High Street Surgery Richard Hagen Dieffenbach, 570 Mt. Prospect Avenue . Surgery 172 American College of Surgeons NEW JERSEY — Continued Newark — Continued Widmer E. Doremus, 32 Fulton Street W. P. Eagleton, 15 Lombardy Street . William Gauch, 177 El wood Avenue John F. Hagerty, 30 Wallace Place Albert Scott Harden, 540 Warren Street Francis Reynolds Haussling, 661 High Street Edward M. Z. Hawkes, 84 Washington Street Charles Ludwig 111, 188 Clinton Avenue Edward J. Ill, 1002 Broad Street . William D. Miningham, 11 Astor Street John Bennett Morrison, 97 Halsey Street Albert B. Nash, 10 South 13th Street . Dennis F. O ' Connor, 671 Broad Street Henry Boylon Orton, 671 Broad Street Rhinol Clarence Rutherford O ' Crowley, Ordway Building . . Surgery Ophth., Otology Gynecology Surgery Gynecology, Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Gynecology Gynecology Surgery Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology , Oto-Laryngology Urology George A. Rogers, i Wallace Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Samuel E. Robertson, 21 Walnut Street Surgery Elbert S. Sherman, 671 Broad Street .... Ophthalmology Robert E. Soule, 671 Broad Street .... Orthopedic Surgery Edward W. Sprague, 65 Washington Street .... Surgery Edward Staehlin, 15 Lincoln Park Surgery Carlyle Edgar Sutphen, Jr., 31 Roseville Avenue . . Surgery Theron Y. Sutphen, 1038 Broad Street . . . Ophth., Otology Sidney A. Twinch, 24 Fulton Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Orange John Hammond Bradshaw, 27 High Street .... Surgery Frank Caulkins Bunn, 30 Hillyer Street Surgery Linn Emerson, Metropolitan Building .... Ophth., Otology Thomas William Harvey, 59 Main Street Surgery Passaic Harry C. Reynolds, Passaic Avenue Surgery Edward P. Whelan, Lawyers Building Surgery Paterson Thomas A. Dingman, 330 Broadway Surgery Philander A. Harris, 26 Church Street .... Gynecology Walter B. Johnson, 170 Broadway . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Charles Joseph Kane, 349 Grand Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 173 NEW JERSEY — Continued Paterson — Continued Bryan C. Magennis, 170 Hamilton Avenue . . ... Surgery J. C. McCoy, 292 Broadway Surgery William Neer, 245 Broadway Surgery Plainfield B. van D. Hedges, 703 Watchung Avenue . . . . Surgery Ellis W. Hedges, 703 Watchung Avenue Surgery Red Bank Edwin Field, 74 West Front Street . . . . . . Surgery Biddle H. Garrison, 23 Monmouth Street Surgery South Orange Mefiford Runyon, 1 10 Irvington Avenue Surgery Summit Harry Hallowell Bowles, 36 Woodland Avenue . . . Surgery William Henry Lawrence, 129 Summit Avenue . . . Surgery Trenton Alvan W. Atkinson, 423 East State Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Martin W. Reddan, 126 West State Street .... Surgery George N. J. Sommer, 120 West State Street . . , Surgery NEW MEXICO Albuquerque Percy Gillette Cornish Surgery George Stuart McLandress Surgery Carlsbad William F. Glasier Surgery Santa Rita Frank N. Carrier ...» Surgery Tyrone Lucien Luttrell Miner, Parker Hospital . . , . " Surgery NEW YORK Albany Arthur J. Bedell, 344 State Street Ophth., Otology George E. Beilby, 247 State Street Surgery Joseph Lewi Bendell, 178 State Street Surgery John McWilliams Berry, 35 Elk Street Surgery 174 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Albany — Continued J. B. Congdon, 140 Washington Avenue Surgery Joseph Lewi Donhauser, 252 State Street Surgery J. Ivimey Dowling, 116 Washington Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Arthvu: Wells Elting, 119 Washington Avenue . . . Surgery Charles William Louis Hacker, 352 Hudson Avenue . . Surgery Christian Gottlieb Hacker, 107 Washington Avenue . . Surgery Eugene E. Hinman, 146 Washington Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Brayton Eugene Kinne, 40 Eagle Street Surgery John A. Sampson, 180 Washington Avenue . . . Gynecology Alvah H. Traver, 27 Eagle Street Surgery Albert Vander Veer, 28 Eagle Street Retired Edgar A. Vander Veer, 28 Eagle Street Surgery James N. Vander Veer, 28 Eagle Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Arthur Burton Van Loon, 198 State Street .... Surgery Amsterdam James B. Conant, 13 Grove Street Surgery Lew Henri Finch, 188 Market Street Surgery Auburn Ledra Heazlit, 149 Genesee Street Surgery Frederick A. Lewis, 16 William Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Batavia William David Johnson, 5 Jackson Street .... Surgery Bath Douglass H. Smith, 5 Liberty Street Surgery Henry John Wynkoop, 7 East Steuben Street . . . Surgery Bedford George P. Coopernail Surgery Binghamton William A. Behan, 91 Front Street Surgery Arthur Smith Chittenden, 106 Oak Street .... Surgery Frank M. Dyer, 51 Main Street Surgery William H. Hobbs, 103 Main Street Surgery George H. Jenkins, 139 Main Street Surgery Joseph J. Kane, 123 Front Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 175 NEW YORK — Continued BiNGHAMTON — Continued Frederick Mason Miller, 143 Covurt Street .... Surgery Silas D. Molyneux, 29 Main Street Surgery Bronxville Brock McGeorge Dear, 21 Bolton Gardens Brooklyn Herbert Coleman Allen, 171 Lefferts Place Robert B. Anderson, 872 Park Place . , James H. Andrew, 163 Hancock Street Hubert Arrowsmith, 170 Clinton Street Fred DeForest Bailey, 260 Hancock Street L. Grant Baldwin, 20 Schermerhom Street Calvin F. Barber, 57 South Oxford Street Robert F. Barber, 1140 Dean Street John Leopold Bauer, 984 Bush wick Parkway Harold Kennedy BeU, 857 President Street Hector W. Benoit, 520 Nostrand Avenue . Eliot Bishop, 46 Gates Avenue .... Silas Canady Blaisdell, 331 Jefferson Avenue Dominic G. Bodkin, 897 Lafayette Avenue Martin Laurence Bodkin, 290 Clinton Avenue Arthur H. Bogart, 27 7th Avenue . John Bion Bogart, 463 Clinton Avenue William C. Braislin, 425 Clinton Avenue Thomas M. Brennan, 39 8th Avenue . William Barrett Brinsmade, 172 Clinton Street William Francis Campbell, 394 Clinton Avenue William H. Gary, 36 Pierrepont Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics C. S. Cochrane, 400 Vanderbilt Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery C. N. Cox, 257 Jefferson Avenue . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Claude G. Crane, 121 St. James Place . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry W. Dangler, 455 Classon Avenue Surgery George Edward Deely, 132 Montague Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology H. Beeckman Delatour, 73 8th Avenue Surgery James Maurice Downey, 381 Clinton Street .... Surgery Francis B. Doyle, 145 6th Avenue . . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Warren L. Duffield, 119 Berkeley Place Surgery Roger Durham, 322 Park Place Surgery Gynecology, Obstetrics Gynecology y Obstetrics . . Urology Ophthalmology Oto-Laryngology Ophthalmology Gynecology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Gynecology, Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Proctology Surgery Surgery Otology Surgery Surgery Surgery 176 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Brooklyn — Continued William C. Durrin, 1215 Dean Street Gynecology Edward D. Ferris, 418 soth Street Surgery Mathias Figueira, 14 Stuyvesant Avenue Surgery Edwin H. Fiske, 152 Lafayette Avenue Surgery Royale Hamilton Fowler, 280 Jefferson Avenue . . Surgery Russell Story Fowler, 301 DeKalb Avenue .... Surgery Homer E. Eraser, 20 South Portland Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery Thomas R. French, 150 Joralemon Street .... Laryngology Gordon Gibson, 176 State Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles P. Gildersleeve, 18 Schermerhorn Street . . . Surgery James P. Glynn, 474 9th Street Gynecology Emil Goetsch, 2 Sidney Place Surgery Charles Howard Goodrich, 280 Park Place Surgery, Obstetrics Charles Albert Gordon, 847 Putnam Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Onslow Allen Gordon, 71 Halsey Street Surgery Onslow Allen Gordon, Jr., 71 Halsey Street .... Surgery Henry Flack Graham, 474 ist Street Surgery J. F. Griffin, 397 Stuyvesant Avenue . . Genito-Urinary Surgery James Cole Hancock, 135 Cambridge Place . Ophthalmology Burton Harris, 475 Greene Avenue . . Genito-Urinary Surgery William L. Heeve, 138 Hancock Street Surgery John Horni, 447 Nostrand Avenue Surgery A. C. Howe, 40 South Oxford Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology O. Paul Humpstone, 327 Washington Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Clarence Reginald Hyde, 242 Henry Street . . . Gynecology James Warren Ingalls, 328 Stuyvesant Avenue Ophthalmology P. Chalmers Jameson, 139 Montague Street Ophthalmology Frank D. Jennings, 1083 Bushwick Avenue .... Surgery John Edward Jennings, 23 South Portland Avenue . . Surgery William Averill Jewett, 380 Vanderbilt Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Albert M. Judd, 375 Grand Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics James Charles Kennedy, 762 Willoughby Avenue . . Surgery John Richard Kevin, 252 Gates Avenue Surgery Howard T. Langworthy, 480 Franklin Avenue . . Surgery John Linder, 1780 St. John ' s Place Surgery William Linder, 889 St. Mark ' s Avenue Surgery I Geographical List of Fellows 177 NEW YORK — Continued Brooklyn — Continued William Edward Lippold, 221 St. Nicholas Avenue . . Surgery Ralph Irving Lloyd, 450 9th Street .... Ophth., Otology John Hathaway Long, no Gates Avenue Surgery John Cowell MacEvitt, 407 Clinton Street . . . Gynecology H. B. Matthews, 643 St. Mark ' s Avenue . Gynecology, Obstetrics Earl H. Mayne, 139 Bay 17th Street Gynecology Edward James McEntee, 196 Hancock Street . . . Surgery Sylvester J. McNamara, 369 Union Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Frederick R. Meeks, 100 Hancock Street Surgery Hemy Mateland Mills, 902 President Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Edward J. Morris, 282 Sterling Place . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert J. Morrison, 11 73 Dean Street Surgery Henry H. Morton, 32 Schermerhorn Street .... Urology Joseph Paul Murphy, 653 St. Mark ' s Avenue . . . Surgery Frederic Chauncey Paffard, 89 Remsen Street ... Surgery Stanley Wilson Pallister, 222 Jefferson Avenue . . . Surgery William Vincent Pascual, 690 St. Marks Avenue . . . Surgery William Pfeiffer, 368 McDonough Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics John Osborn Polak, 20 Livingston Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics R. H. Pomeroy, 93 Remsen Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics William Pohlman Pool, 166 Clinton Street . . . Gynecology Henry R, Price, 146 Remsen Street .... Ophthalmology Alexander Rae, 117 Henry Street Surgery John Francis Ranken, 852 Park Place Surgery William Henry Rankin, 151 Hancock Street .... Surgery Nathaniel Philip Rathbun, 67 Hanson Place .... Urology John Sturdivant Read, 174 Clinton Street .... Urology Michael Thomas Reynolds, 191 Arlington Avenue . . Surgery Victor A. Robertson, 51 8th Avenue Surgery Nathaniel Robinson, 89 Halsey Street Surgery Russel Murray Rome, 246 Clermont Avenue .... Surgery Jaques C. Rushmore, 477 Washington Avenue Orthopedic Surgery John D. Rushmore, 129 Montague Street Surgery George Frank Sanunis, 98 Brooklyn Avenue .... Surgery John M. Scannell, 364 JeflFerson Avenue Surgery John Hubley Schall, 119 St. Mark ' s Avenue .... Surgery Herbert Dana Schenck, 75 Halsey Street . . . Ophth., Otology Leo S. Schwartz, 9 Park Place . . Gynecology, Obstetrics 178 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Brooklyn — Continued Charles E. Scofield, 880 Park Place . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Marcus Fowler Searle, 34 Plaza Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Walter Aikman Sherwood, 145 Gates Avenue . . . Surgery William Sidney Smith, 370 Washington Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Thomas Bray Spence, 541 3rd Street Surgery John Daniel Sullivan, 74 McDonough Street .... Surgery Ernest K. Tanner, 1205 Dean Street Surgery Joseph F. Todd, 402 Sterling Place Gynecology Walter Truslow, 67 Hanson Place .... Orthopedic Surgery Roy Upham, 300 McDonough Street Surgery Theodore Luther Vosseler, 3 90 A Monroe Street . . . Surgery Henry A. Wade, 495 Greene Avenue . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert Forrester Walmsley, 468 Washington Avenue . Surgery James Peter Warbasse, 384 Washington Avenue . . . Surgery Alton G. Warner, 19 Schermerhorn Street . . Ophth., Otology J. S. Waterman, 676 St. Mark ' s Avenue . Rhinol., Laryngology Thurston Scott Wei ton, 842 Union Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Richard Ward Westbrook, 1 145 Dean Street .... Surgery Alfred Winfield White, 88 McDonough Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Jarvis S. Wight, 30 Schermerhorn Street Surgery Robert Lowell Wood, 129 Hancock Street .... Obstetrics V. L. Zimmerman, 839 Carroll Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Buffalo Henry Adsit, 37 Allen Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Arthur G. Bennett, 26 Allen Street .... Ophthalmology Charles R. Borzilleri, 298 Niagara Street Surgery C. M. Brown, 510 Delaware Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John L. Butsch, Buflfalo CUnic Surgery Francis J. Carr, 345 Eagle Street Surgery James Henry Carr, 345 Eagle Street Surgery Alfred Hull Clark, 1 53 Delaware Avenue .... Gynecology Marshall Clinton, 556 Franklin Street Surgery Chester C. Cott, looi Main Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology H. W. Cowper, 543 Franklin Street .... Ophthalmology George Read Critchlow, 647 Lafayette Avenue . . . Surgery John F. Fairbairn, 503 Delaware Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology E. A. Forsyth, 471 Virginia Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows NEW YORK — Continued 179 Buffalo — Continued Lee Masten Francis, 636 Delaware Avenue . . Ophthalmology James A. Gardner, 500 Electric Building Urology Francis C. Goldsborough, 515 Franklin Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Herman E. Hayd, 493 Delaware Avenue Lawrence Hendee, 346 Elmwood Avenue Ray Henry Johnson, 449 Franklin Street James Edward King, 1248 Main Street Prescott Le Breton, 125 Allen Street . F. Park Lewis, 454 Franklin Street James Hoyt Lewis, 135 Linwood Avenue Earl Perkins Lothrop, 153 Delaware Avenue James A. MacLeod, 448 Delaware Avenue William Henry Marcy, 32 West Utica Street Edgar R. McGviire, 622 Delaware Avenue Francis W. McGuire, 470 Franklin Street . Descum Clayton McKenney, 1250 Main Street Gynecology, Proctology Edward John Meyer, 13 12 Main Street Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Gynecology Orthopedic Surgery Ophthalmology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery George T, Moseley, 202 Delaware Avenue Alfred H. Noehren, 1196 Main Street . Frederick J. Parmenter, 616 Potomac Avenue William Linton Phillips, 469 Franklin Street Harry Blaine Pinkerton, 597 Elmwood Avenue William Ward Plummer, 523 Franklin Street Irving White Potter, 420 Franklin Street . William Scott Renner, 341 Linwood Avenue Herriot C. Rooth, 350 Ashland Avenue Bernard F. Schreiner, 231 Humboldt Parkway Elmer G. Starr, 523 Delaware Avenue . Harry R. Trick, 522 West Ferry Street Harry M. Weed, 196 Linwood Avenue Thew Wright, 575 Delaware Avenue . . , . Surgery Surgery Surgery, Urology Ophthalmology Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Obstetrics Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology . . Surgery Ophth., Rhinology . . Surgery COHOES James Henry Mitchell, 268 Remsen Street COOPERSTOWN Bennett W. Dewar, 59 Chestnut Street Surgery Surgery i8o American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Corning Harry Edwin Battin, 1 16 East First Street .... Surgery Harry H. Hubbell, 103 Pine Street Surgery Edward Hyatt Hutton, 134 East First Street . . . Surgery Cortland R. P. Higgins, 20 Court Street . . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Croton-on-Hudson William H. Galland Surgery Dunkirk Walter Hall Vosburg, Masonic Temple Surgery John A. Weidman, 20 East 4th Street Surgery Elmira Arthur Woodward Booth, 222 Wetet Church Street . . Surgery Ross George Loop, 359 Main Street Surgery Flushing Archer W. Jagger, 410 Amity Street Surgery Geneva Homer James Knickerbocker, iq6 Genesee Street . Surgery Claude Carl Lytle, 7 Schnirel Building Surgery John Arthur Spengler, 73 Seneca Street . . Ophthalmology Glens Falls Davis Baker, Insurance Company Building .... Surgery Thomas Hart Cunningham, Glens Falls Insurance Building Surgery Hastings-on-Hudson Francis Romeyn Lyman, 600 Broadway Surgery Hudson John L. Edwards, 12 South Fifth Street Surgery Sherwood V. Whitbeck, 431 Warren Street .... Surgery Ithaca Edward L. Bull, 124 East State Street Ophth., RJiinol., Oto-Laryngology John S. Kirkendall, 317 North Aurora Street . . Ophth., Otology Martin B. Tinker, loi South Aurora Street .... Surgery Jamaica George Kissam Meynen, 43 Clinton Avenue .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows i8i NEW YORK — Continued Jamestown George W. Cottis, 310 Wellman Building Surgery Charles E. Goodell, 63 Allen Street Surgery Milton J. Johnson, 213 Main Street Surgery Johnson City Charles Sumner Wilson, 301 Main Street ' Surgery Kingston George F. Chandler, 11 East Chestnut Street . . . Surgery Ervin E. Norwood, 21 Franklin Street ..... Surgery Frederick Snyder, 44 Clinton Avenue Surgery Alexander A. Stern, 22 East Strand Surgery Lawrence Leonard S. Rau, Central Avenue . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics MoHEGAN Lake Harold Thomas Royce , Gynecology Mt. Vernon John J. Thomson, 3 Park Avenue Ophth., RJtinol., Oto-Laryngology Newburgh John Taylor Howell, 205 Grand Street Surgery Edward Cameron Thompson, 139 Grand Street . . . Surgery Charles E. Townsend, 231 Liberty Street Surgery New Rochelle Matthias Lanckton Foster, 106 Centre Avenue . Ophthalmology George Augustvis Peck, 189 Centre Avenue .... Surgery New York Robert Abbe, 13 West soth Street Surgery Joseph H. Abraham, 130 West 58th Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Fred H. Albee, 40 East 41st Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Lawrence Dade Alexander, Jr., 130 West 59th Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ellice M. Alger, 40 East 41st Street .... Ophthalmology Harry Aranow, 355 East 149th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics John Aspell, 34 West 76th Street Gynecology Hugh Auchincloss, 800 Park Avenue Surgery Horace Ernest Ayers, 9 West 67 th Street Surgery Clinton L. Bagg, 56 West 52nd Street Surgery Harold C. Bailey, 22 East 68th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frederic Wolcott Bancroft, 100 East 66th Street . . . Surgery l82 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued Clarence G. Handler, 8 East 48th Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery S. W. Bandler, 134 West 87th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics William Howard Barber, 616 Madison Avenue . . . Surgery George Barrie, 15 East 48th Street . Benjamin S. Barringfer, 134 East 76th Street Emily D. Barringer, 134 East 76th Street . David Nye Barrows, 130 East s6th Street Edwin Beer, 1 1 East 48th Street . . . George Huston Bell, 40 East 41st Street . Abraham J. Beller, 1155 Park Avenue . T. Passmore Berens, 25 Park Avenue . Warren Stone Bickham, 440 Riverside Drive Robert S. Bickley, 339 West S7th Street . Frederic Bierhoff, 155 West sSth Street Anson Holden Bingham, 2345 Broadway . W. H. Bishop, 667 Madison Avenue . . Dougal Bissell, 219 West 79th Street . Joseph A. Blake, 216 East 53rd Street Joseph L. Boehm, 540 Park Avenue Hermann J. Boldt, 616 Madison Avenue , Milton Ralph Bookman, 473 East 141st Street Samuel W. Boorstein, 529 Courtlandt Avenue Orthopedic Surgery Wesley C. Bowers, 27 West 49th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charles Cvmaberson Boyle, 40 East 41st Street . Ophth., Otology Alfred Braun, 31 East 72nd Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert Emery Brennan, i West 64th Street .... Surgery Edward Christopher Brenner, 20 West soth Street . . Surgery Joseph Brettauer, 1063 Madison Avenue .... Gynecology George Emerson Brewer, 19 East 6sth Street . . . Surgery Walter M. Brickner, 151 Central Park, West .... Surgery William R. Broughton, 341 Madison Avenue . . Ophthalmology LeRoy Broun, 148 West 77th Street Gynecology W. Sohier Bryant, 107 East 39th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Leo Buerger, 1000 Park Avenue Surgery Henry G. Bugbee, 40 East 41st Street Urology Edward Arthur Bullard, 47 East 57th Street . . Gynecology Carl Goodwin Burdick, 126 East 37th Street .... Surgery Samuel B. Burk, 969 Madison Avenue Surgery Surgery Urology Gynecology Gynecology, Obstetrics Surgery Ophthalmology Surgery Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Urology Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Gynecology Surgery Genito-Urinary Surgery Gynecology . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 183 NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued William E. Caldwell, 58 West 5Sth Street . Obstetrics, Gynecology Peter A. Callan, 452 sth Avenue Ophthalmology Sprague Carleton, 75 West 50th Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Alexis Carrel, Rockefeller Institute Surgery W. W. Carter, 2 West 67 th Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Michele G. Caturani, 136 East 79th Street . . . Gynecology P. F. Chambers, 18 East 94th Street . . . . . Gynecology Marie L. Chard, 616 Madison Avenue Gynecology Herbert Clifton Chase, 45 East 62nd Street .... Surgery Thomas H. Cherry, 47 West soth Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles H. Chetwood, 25 Park Avenue Urology John W. Churchman, 65 Central Park, West .... Surgery Arthur H. Cilley, 120 East 34th Street . . Orthopedic Surgery John Herbert Claiborne, 9 East 46th Street . . Ophthalmology J. Bayard Clark, 114 East 54th Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery James B. Clemens, 10 East 71st Street Retired Clement Cleveland, 925 Park Avenue Gynecology Cornelius G. Coakley, 53 West 56th Street . Oto-Laryngology Henry Clarke Coe, 45 East 62nd Street .... Gynecology Lewis A. CoflSn, 114 East S4th Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ira Cohen, 178 East 70th Street Surgery Martin Cohen, i West 85th Street Ophthalmology William Bradley Coley, 340 Park Avenue Surgery Howard Dennis Collins, 630 Park Avenue .... Surgery John F. Connors, 616 Madison Avenue Surgery Royal Samuel Copeland, 58 Central Park, West Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Cowen, 35 East 60th Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Henry C. Cowles, 97 Central Park, West . Gynecology, Obstetrics Gerard H. Cox, 137 East 54th Street .... Oto-Laryngology Walter C. Cramp, 369 West End Avenue Surgery Walter Gray Crump, 837 Madison Avenue .... Surgery W. L. Culbert, 16 East S4th Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Walter T. Dannreuther, 2020 Broadway .... Gynecology William Darrach, 128 East 60th Street Surgery Asa Barnes Davis, 42 East 3Sth Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics William Burton DeGarmo, 616 Madison Avenue . . Surgery D. Bryson Delavan, 40 East 41st Street . Rhinol., Laryngology 184 American College oj Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued Edward Bradford Bench, 15 East S3rd Street Otology Paolo De Vecchi, 43 5 th Avenue Surgery Robert L. Dickinson, 13 East 6sth Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Franklin A. Dorman, 133 East 57th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Daniel S. Dougherty, iii West 85th Street . Oto-Laryngology John Douglas, 568 Park Avenue Surgery Charles N. Dowd, 138 West s8th Street Surgery William Augustus Downes, 424 Park Avenue .... Surgery John William Draper, 9 East 40th Street Surgery Arthur Baldwin Duel, 27 East 57th Street .... Otology Kirby Dwight, 1045 Madison Avenue Surgery J. Clifton Edgar, 28 West s6th Street . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Carl Eggers, 850 Park Avenue Surgery George Robert Elliott, 40 East 41st Street Orthopedic Surgery Charles A. Elsberg, 64 East 58th Street Surgery Seward Erdman, 134 East 64th Street Surgery John F. Erdmann, 60 West 52 nd Street Surgery Ernest Fahnestock, 417 Park Avenue Surgery Charles Everett Farr, 568 Park Avenue Surgery Lilian K. P. Farrar, The Hendrik Hudson Gynecology, Obstetrics Hermann Fischer, 73 East 80th Street Surgery Arthur Lyman Fisk, 41 West soth Street Surgery Fred J, C. Fitzgerald, 47 East 57th Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Edward A. Flemming, 213 113th Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Austin Flint, 52 East S4th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Joseph Henry Fobes, i West 68th Street Surgery Henry Hall Forbes, 40 East 41st Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Miller Ford, 52 East S4th Street .... Gynecology Eben Foskett, 106 Central Park, West .... Gynecology Harold A. Foster, 204 West 55th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edmund Prince Fowler, 114 East S4th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry W. Frauenthal, 160 West SQth Street . Orthopedic Surgery Percy Fridenberg, 38 West 59th Street Ophtlialmology Isidore Friesner, 814 Lexington Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Claude Augustine Frink, 464 West 144th Street . Surgery Eugene Fuller, 530 sth Avenue .... Genito-Urinary Surgery Henry D. Fumiss, 54 East 48th Street . . Gynecology, Urology Geographical List of Fellows 185 NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued Vincent Gaudiani, 145 East 49th Street Julien A. Gehrung, 783 5th Avenue Ophth Samuel H. Geist, 300 Central Park, West . Arpad G. Gerster, 34 East 7Sth Street John C. A. Gerster, 18 East 78th Street . William Travis Gibb, 42 West 75th Street Virgil P. Gibney, 16 Park Avenue , Charles Langdon Gibson, 72 East 54th Street W. Whitehead Gilfillan, 31 West soth Street J. Riddle Goflfe, 123 East 53rd Street . David D. Goldstein, 126 East 6ist Street Nathan Goodfriend, 44 West 77th Street Charles Goodman, 969 Madison Avenue Donald Gordon, 27 East 62nd Street . Hermann Grad, 40 East 41st Street John Prescott Grant, 11 East 48th Street Charles Perley Gray, 60 West 58th Street Nathan W. Green, 152 West 57th Street . Robert Holmes Greene, 78 East 56th Street J. Henry Giintzer, 40 East 41st Street Ophth., Rhinol Edward S. Gushee, 519 West End Avenue DeWayne Hallett, 274 West 86th Street . . George Ray Hare, 107 East 39th Street James A. Harrar, 100 East 66th Street Gove S. Harrington, 328 Convent Avenue Thomas Jefferson Harris, 104 East 40th Street Isaac Hartshorne, 30 West S9th Street Ophth., Rhinol John A. Hartwell, 27 East 63rd Street . William Henry Haskin, 40 East 41st Street Forbes Hawkes, 124 East 65th Street . Irving Samuel Haynes, 107 West 8sth Street Harold M. Hays, 2178 Broadway . William P. Healy, 525 Park Avenue Charles H. Helfrich, 542 5th Avenue . Alfred M. Hellman, 2 West 86th Street . William Tod Helmuth, 616 Madison Avenue Surgery , Rhinol- Laryngology Gynecology, Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Gynecology Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology Gynecology Surgery Ophthalmology Surgery Surgery Gynecology Surgery Gynecology, Obstetrics Surgery . . Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Gynecology, Obstetrics Ophthalmology Ophthalmology . Obstetrics Surgery Oto-Laryngology Oto-Laryngology Surgery Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Oto-Laryngology Gynecology Ophthalmology Gynecology, Obstetrics . . . Surgery 1 86 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued W. P. Herrick, 6i East 73rd Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Llewellyn E. Hetrick, 30 West 48th Street . Oto-Laryngology Charles Gordon Heyd, 46 West 52nd Street .... Surgery James Morley Hitzrot, 126 East 37 th Street .... Surgery Joseph P. Hoguet, 55 East S3rd Street Surgery F. C. Holden, 13 East 65th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics William Francis Honan, 24 East 48th Street .... Surgery Ransom Spafard Hooker, 175 East 71st Street . . . Surgery John Horn, 72 East 92nd Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Lester M. Hubby, 27 West 68th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edward Taylor Hull, 304 West 78th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Lee M. Hurd, 39 East 50th Street Oto-Laryngology Abraham Hyman, 144 East 36th Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Howard S. Jeck, 109 East 34th Street Urology C. F. Jellinghaus, 572 Park Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics Richard Jordan, 165 West 58th Street . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology L. Miller Kahn, 29 East 93rd Street Surgery Moses S. Kakels, 35 East 6ist Street Surgery Frederic Kanmierer, Lenox Hill Hospital Surgery Arthur Matthew Kane, 32 West 48th Street Surgery L. R. Kaufman, 150 West 80th Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Frederick C. Keller, 41 West 71st Street Surgery Edward Leland Kellogg, 48 West sist Street .... Surgery Edwin Welles Kellogg, 616 Madison Avenue .... Surgery James H. Kenyon, 57 West 58th Street Surgery Philip D. Kerrison, 58 West 56th Street Otology Ben Witt Key, 180 West 59th Street .... Ophthalmology Edward L. Keyes, Jr., 109 East 34th Street .... Urology Harold Brown Keyes, 128 East 60th Street .... Surgery Otto G. T. Kiliani Surgery Samuel Kleinberg, i West 85th Street . Orthopedic Surgery W. H. W. Knipe, 59 West S4th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Samuel J. Kopetzky, 51 West 73rd Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George W. Kosmak, 23 East 93rd Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Louis Julius Ladin, 1289 Madison Avenue . . Gynecology Adrian Van Sinderen Lambert, 168 East 71st Street . Surgery Walter Eyre Lambert, 112 East 35th Street . . Ophthalmology Philip Leach, 358 Fifth Avenue Retired Geographical List of Fellows 187 NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued Moses D. Lederman, 58 East 75th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Burton James Lee, 128 East 73rd Street Surgery John Crego Lester, 616 Madison Avenue . . . Ophthalmology Robert Lewis, 48 West 40th Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Richard Lewisohn, 11 55 Park Avenue Surgery Howard Lilienthal, 52 East 82nd Street Surgery Howard E. Lindeman, 102 West 75th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Samuel Lloyd, 50 East 42nd Street Surgery R. W. Lobenstine, 162 East 71st Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Leon S. Loizeaux, 68 East 86th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Oswald Swinney Lowsley, 853 7th Avenue .... Urology William Henry Luckett, 18 West 87th Street .... Surgery William Chittenden Lusk, 47 East 34th Street . . . Surgery George W. Lutton, 51 East 78th Street Surgery Hemy Hamilton Moore Lyle, 117 East s6th Street . . Surgery Jerome M. Lynch, 205 East 6ist Street Surgery Constantine J. MacGuire, 120 East 60th Street . . . Surgery John Edmund MacKenty, 43 West 54th Street . Oto-Laryngology Duncan Macpherson, 114 East S4th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George Hooper Mallett, 244 West 73rd Street . . . Surgery Walton Martin, 230 East 49th Street Surgery Francis Stuart Mathews, 62 West 50th Street . . . Surgery Charles Henry May, 698 Madison Avenue . . Ophthalmology Jacob L. Maybaiun, i West 70th Street . . . Oto-Laryngology George Birmingham McAuliffe, 26 West 87th Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Joseph F. McCarthy, 40 East 41st Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Lefferts A, McClelland, 2 Rector Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John McCoy, 157 West 73rd Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Samuel McCvdlagh, 17 East 38th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George W. McDowell, 40 East 41st Street . . Ophth., Otology John F. McGrath, 119 East 30th Street .... Gynecology John J. McGrath, 109 West 74th Street Surgery James Francis McKemon, 62 West 52nd Street . . . Otology William Clark McKnight, 200 West s8th Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Walter H. McNeill, Jr., 34 East 40th Street .... Urology Ross McPherson, 125 East 39th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics i88 American College of Surgeons Surgery Surgery NEW YORK — Continued New York — 0)ntmued Clarence A. McWilliams, 19 East 6sth Street Harold D. Meeker, 47 East 57th Street Edward L. Meierhof, 11 40 Madison Avenue Ophlh Thomas D. Merrigan, 553 West 167th Street Leo B. Meyer, 2178 Broadway .... Willy Meyer, 700 Madison Avenue Seth Minot Milliken, 951 Madison Avenue John Joseph Moorhead, 115 East 64th Street Thomas Henry Morgan, 222 West 71st Street Robert Tuttle Morris, 616 Madison Avenue Albert S. Morrow, 114 East S4th Street Alexis V. Moschcowitz, 925 Madison Avenue Edwin S. Munson, 8 West 49th Street Frank W. Murray, 32 West 39th Street Philip William Nathan, no East 78th Street Alexander Nicoll, 17 West 73rd Street . John Joseph Nutt, 853 7th Avenue Frank R. Oastler, 170 West sgth Street Charles Ogilvy, 40 East 41st Street Seymour Oppenheimer, 45 East 60th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Alfred T. Osgood, 40 East 41st Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery John Randolph Page, 127 East 62nd Street .... Otology Angenette Parry, 154 East 37 th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Sanders M. Payne, 542 5th Avenue . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Charles H. Peck, 30 West 50th Street Surgery James Pedersen, 40 East 41st Street Urology Victor Cox Pedersen, 45 West 9th Street Urology Dunlap Pearce Penhallow, 23 West 43rd Street Surgery Charles E. Perkins, 114 East 54th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edward Wadsworth Peterson, 525 Park Avenue . . Surgery Wendell C. Phillips, 40 West 47th Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edward W. Pinkham, 40 East 41st Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Eugene Hillhouse Pool, 107 East 60th Street .... Surgery Charles R. L. Putnam, 24 East 70th Street .... Surgery Edward H. Quinn, 108 West 71st Street Surgery John Broadfoot Rae, 247 West 70th Street .... Otology , Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Gynecology Surgery Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Gynecology, Obstetrics Orthopedic Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 189 NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued Edwin George Ramsdell, 25 East 64th Street .... Surgery R. M. Rawls, 350 West 88th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert Grigg Reese, 50 West 52nd Street . Ophthalmology Martin Rehling, 209 East 6ist Street Surgery Philip Rice, Sherman Square Hotel Otology Frederic G. Ritchie, 314 West io6th Street . . Ophthalmology George W. Roberts, 175 West 58th Street .... Surgery Meyer R. Robinson, 950 Park Avenue . Gynecology, Obstetrics John Rogers, 177 East 71st Street Surgery Max S. Rohde, Lexington Hospital Urology Abraham J. Rongy, 345 West 88th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Henry Roth, 409 East 140th Street Surgery Isidor C. Rubin, 261 Central Park, West . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frederick Fuller Russell, 61 Broadway Surgery James I. Russell, 37 East 6ist Street Surgery Henry B. Safford, 47 West 94th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Lucius A. Salisbury, 71 East 77th Street Surgery Truman L. Saunders, 121 East 6ist Street RJdnol., Oto-Laryngology Carlo Savini, 43 West nth Street Surgery Reginald Hall Sayre, 14 West 48th Street . Orthopedic Surgery Winfield Scott Schley, 24 West 45th Street .... Surgery Herman Bernard Schoenberg, 490 West End Avenue . Surgery Gustav Seeligmann, $$ East 72nd Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Isadore SeflF, 252 West 85th Street Surgery Albert Eugene Sellenings, 132 East 36th Street . . . Surgery George H. Semken, 16 West 85th Street Surgery Newton M. Shaffer, 31 East 49th Street Orthopedic Surgery John Rowlands Shannon, 17 East 38th Street. . Ophthalmology J. Eastman Sheehan, 24 East 48th Street Surgery George Andrew Shepard, 204 West 55th Street . Ophth., Otology Milton A. Shlenker, Hotel Marie Antoinette Gynecology, Obstetrics Walter Mandeville Silleck, 445 Park Avenue .... Surgery Henry Mann Silver, 27b Madison Avenue .... Surgery C. H. Smith, 616 Madison Avenue . R iinol., Oto-Laryngology Frederick W. Smith, 40 East 41st Street Urology Harmon Smith, 44 West 49th Street .... Oto-Laryngology Homer Erastus Smith, 276 Madison Avenue . . Ophthalmology Morris K. Smith, 117 East 56th Street Surgery i 190 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued Thomas Allison Smith, 57 West 7Sth Street .... Surgery Francis W. Sovak, 44 East 72nd Street .... Gynecology Harry Van Ness Spaulding, 14 East s8th Street . . . Surgery Samuel Spiegel, 1239 Madison Avenue Surgery J. Bentley Squier, 8 East 68th Street Urology G. E. Steel, 256 West 79th Street . . RhmoL, Oto-Laryngology Arthur Stein, 48 East 74th Street . • • Gynecology, Obstetrics Franklin M. Stephens, 19 West S4th Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology DeWitt Stetten, 115 West 87th Street Surgery Alexander Raymond Stevens, 40 East 41st Street . . Urology D. H. Stewart, 128 West 86th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics George David Stewart, 417 Park Avenue Surgery Ralph Alexander Stewart, 616 Madison Avenue . . . Surgery Alfred StiUman, II, 35 East 39th Street Surgery Fordyce B. St. John, Presbyterian Hospital .... Surgery Charles Francis Stokes, 6 West 77 th Street .... Surgery William E. Studdiford, 124 East 36th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Arnold Sturmdorf, 51 West 74th Street Surgery Raymond Peter Sullivan, 270 Park Avenue .... Surgery Fred B. Sutherland, 40 East 41st Street . . . Ophth., Otology Samuel Swift, 55 East 6ist Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Parker Syms, 361 Park Avenue Surgery Alfred Simpson Taylor, IIS West 5 sth Street • • • Surgery Henry Ling Taylor, 125 West s8th Street . . Orthopedic Surgery Howard Canning Taylor, 32 West soth Street . . Gynecology Ira Brewster Terry, Jr., 129 East 92nd Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Gustav J. E. Tieck, 40 East 41st Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Benjamin Trowbridge Tilton, 772 Madison Avenue . Surgery Franz Torek, 102 1 Madison Avenue Surgery Edward D. Truesdell, 136 West 58th Street .... Surgery Edward Emory Tull, 40 East 41st Street .... Gynecology Percy R. Tumure, 131 East 66th Street Surgery Henry Hawkins Tyson, II East 48th Street . . Ophthalmology FrederickT. Van Beuren, Jr., 812 Park Avenue . . . Surgery Royal C. Van Etten, 117 East s6th Street Obstetrics, Gynecology John Colin Vaughan, 156 East 79th Street .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 191 NEW YORK — Continued New York — Continued John A. Vietor, 8 East 66th Street Surgery Wesley Grove Vincent, 498 West End Avenue . . . Surgery Hiram N. Vineberg, 751 Madison Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics John Ehner Virden, 529 Courtlandt Avenue . . Ophthalmology Antonie P. Voislawsky, 33 East 68th Street . . Oto-Laryngology James Ditmars Voorhees, 106 East 60th Street . . Obstetrics Robert P. Wadhams, II East 48th Street Surgery Alice E. Wakefield, 154 East 37th Street . . . Ophth., Otology Ralph Waldo, 54 West 71st Street Gynecology John B. Walker, 51 East soth Street Surgery Charlton Wallace, II East 48th Street , . Orthopedic Surgery Simon J. Walsh, 134 West 86th Street Surgery George Gray Ward, Jr., 48 East 52nd Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Ralph Francis Ward, 895 West End Avenue .... Surgery Wilbvir Ward, 24 West soth Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Martin W. Ware, 27 East 8ist Street Surgery George William Warren, 117 East 62nd Street Genito-Urinary Surgery James Watt, 50 West 55th Street Surgery John Elmer Weeks, 46 East 5 7 th Street . . . Ophthalmology Max A. Werner, 215 West 34th Street Surgery James Nephew West, 71 West 49th Street . . . Gynecology Brainerd Hunt Whitbeck, 50 East 6ist Street Orthopedic Surgery William C. White, 962 Lexington Avenue Surgery Frederick Whiting, 19 West 47 th Street Otology Armitage Whitman, 283 Lexington Avenue . Orthopedic Surgery Royal Whitman, 283 Lexington Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery Joseph Wiener, 41 East 78th Street Surgery Solomon Wiener, 67 West 89th Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Abraham 0. Wilensky, 1200 Madison Avenue . . . Surgery Pe cy Herbert Williams, 429 Park Avenue . . . Gynecology Edward E. Woodland, 73 East 80th Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George Woolsey, 117 East 36th Street ...... Surgery Arthur M. Wright, 417 Park Avenue Surgery Frank Clark Yeomans, 171 West 71st Street .... Surgery Joseph G. Yocum, 44 West 44th Street Surgery John Van Doren Yoimg, 16 East 74th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics 192 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Niagara Falls Thomas J. McBlain, 206 Elderfield Building .... Surgery Norman W. Price, 445 3rd Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Albert M. Rooker, 225 Gluck Building Rhinol, Oto-Laryngology Ogdensburg Grant C. Madill, 92 Caroline Street Surgery Olean James Ross Allen, 129 Hamilton Street Surgery Jacob E. K. Morris, 119 Laurens Street Surgery Oneida Eugene H. Carpenter, 31 Broad Street Surgery Oneonta Arthur Ward Cutler, 28 Watkins Avenue Surgery OSSINING Charles Clark Sweet, 13 Maple Place Surgery Oswego Arthur W. Irwin, 116 West 3rd Street Surgery James Kirk Stockwell, 113 East 3rd Street .... Surgery Oyster Bay Richard Derby Surgery Parkston Oscar LeSeure Retired Plattsburg Lyman G. Barton, 47 Broad Street Surgery Robert Stevenson Macdonald, 12 Brinckerhofif Street Surgery Port Chester John Franklyn White, 156 North Main Street . . Surgery Port Jervis Charles Nathan Ski nner, Hubbard Building .... Surgery POUGHKEEPSIE Robert Wesley Andrews, 235 Mill Street Surgery John Henry Dingman, 258 Mill Street Surgery James Taylor Harrington, loo South Hamilton Street . Surgery Albert Rowcliffe Moffit, Vassar Brothers ' Hospital . . Surgery John Wilson Poucher, 339 Mill Street Surgery James Edgar Sadlier, 295 Mill Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 193 NEW YORK — Continued Rochester Willis Elliott Bowen, 827 East Main Street .... Surgery William Mortimer Brown, 1776 East Avenue Gynecology, Obstetrics George Gregory Carroll, 614 Main Street, West Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology G. Kirby Collier, 525 Lake Avenue Surgery William Insco Dean, 33 Chestnut Street Surgery Ralph R. Fitch, 366 East Avenue .... Orthopedic Surgery Charles W. Hennington, 633 Park Avenue .... Surgery Loron Whitney Howk, 774 Main Street, West . , . Surgery Owen Elon Jones, 267 University Avenue Su rgery Nathan Davis McDowell, 275 Alexander Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Joseph Warren McGill, 284 Alexander Street .... Surgery Edward Wright Mulligan, 400 Cutler Building . . . Surgery William W. Percy, 12 West Avenue Surgery Edgar W. Phillips, 758 Monroe Avenue Surgery Howard L. Prince, 366 East Avenue Surgery Albert C. Snell, 53 Fitzhugh Street, South . . Ophthalmology Audley Durand Stewart, 400 Cutler Building . . . Surgery William Douglas Ward, 20 Grove Place .... Gynecology Edward Tubbs Wentworth, 35 Chestnut Street Orthopedic Surgery Henry Timothy Williams, 274 Alexander Street . . Surgery Frederick William Zimmer, 45 Monroe Ayenue . . . Surgery Saratoga Springs George Foster Comstock, 540 Broadway Surgery Douglas Calhoim Moriarta, 511 Broadway .... Surgery Frederic J. Resseguie, 509 North Broadway .... Surgery George Scott Towne, 150 Phila Street Gynecology Schenectady William L. Fodder, 5 Jay Street Surgery Dayton L, Kathan, 411 Union Street Surgery Dudley R. Kathan, 621 Union Street ...... Surgery Charles Goul McMuUen, 613 State Street Surgery Edwin MacDonald Stanton, 511 State Street .... Surgery Seneca Falls Frederick W. Lester, 15 Cayuga Street Surgery 194 American College of Surgeons NEW YORK — Continued Staten Island Henry T. Goodwui, 360 Van Duzer Street .... Surgery Charles Edward Pearson, SS Central Avenue .... Surgery Frank R. Sedgley, Fox Hills Surgery Syracuse Arthur Bacon Breese, 434 James Street .... Gynecology George Birney Broad, 608 East Genesee Street . . . Surgery C. E. Coon, 40s East Fayette Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Frederick Flaherty, 831 University BuDding .... Surgery Thomas H. Halsted, Syracuse Clinic .... Olo-Laryngology James Herbert Irish, University Building Surgery G. G. Lewis, 600 University Building . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Michael Milton Lucid, University Bvdlding .... Surgery Frank William Marlow, 200 Highland Street . . Ophthalmology Percival K. Menzies, 405 Fayette Park Surgery Aaron B. Miller, 102 Erie Street Gynecology George M. Price, 114 Physicians Building .... Surgery Edward Seguin Van Dujti, University Building . . . Surgery Trenton Falls James H. Glass Surgery Tboy Edward Waterbury Becker, 6 St. Paul Place RhinoL, Laryngology Burton S. Booth, 60 2nd Street . . . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Melville Day Dickinson, 1937 Fifth Avenue . . . Gynecology John Bruce Harvie, 41 2nd Street Surgery David Walker Houston, 18 2nd Street Surgery Emmott Howd, 1825 7th Avenue Surgery James P. Marsh, 1828 5th Avenue Surgery Frank M. Sulzman, 1831 sth Avenue.Ophth.,Rhinol.,Oto-Laryngology Utica Charles H. Baldwin, 282 Genesee Street . Orthopedic Surgery Louis W. Dean, 40 Gardner Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Fred J. Douglas, 285 Genesee Street Surgery Thomas H. Farrell, 250 Genesee Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology James E. Gage, 2 50 Genesee Street Ophth . , RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Arthur Rogers Grant, 321 Genesee Street Surgery Louie Ward Locke, 288 Genesee Street Surgery Sands C. Maxson, Mayo Building Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 195 NEW YORK — Continued Wappingers Falls Robert Huntington Breed, Andrews Place .... Surgery Warsaw William Ross Thomson Surgery Warwick Morris R. Bradner, 82 Main Street Surgery Watertown Frederic R. Calkins, 4 Cleveland Building .... Surgery Gilbert David Gregor, 255 Ten Eyck Street .... Surgery J. F. McCaw, Sherman Building Ophth., RbinoL, Oto-Laryngology West New Brighton William Bryan, 91 Bard Avenue Surgery White Plains John Fielding Black, 247 Main Street Surgery Yonkers Samuel Emmet Getty, 84 Ashbiurton Avenue .... Surgery George Parker Holden, 122 McLean Avenue . Surgery, Obstetrics Henry Moflfat, 139 Park Avenue Surgery George S. Mooney, 153 Warburton Avenue .... Surgery Godfrey Frederic Shimonek, 131 Alta Avenue . . . Surgery Angelo John Smith, 207 Park Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology NORTH CAROLINA ASHEVILLE Henry H, Briggs, 73 Haywood Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Marshall Hall Fletcher, 199 Haywood Street .... Surgery Joseph B. Greene, Haywood Building . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Franklin Webb Griffith, Medical Building .... Surgery Arthur T. Pritchard, Citizens Building Surgery Charlotte Addison G. Brenizer, Charlotte Sanatorium .... Surgery A. J. Crowell, 711 Independence Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Robert Lardner Gibbon, 705 South Tryon Street . . Surgery Richard Hall Johnston . . . Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James Pleasant Matheson, 511 Independence Building Oto-Laryngology Oren Moore, 2 Medical Building . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics 196 American College of Surgeons NORTH CAROLINA — Continued Chaslotte — Continued Robert W. Petrie, 812 Independence Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George William Pressly, 1508 Elizabeth Avenue . Surgery Charles Moore Strong, Medical Building .... Gynecology Albert M. Whisnant, Independence Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Concord Paul R. Macfadyen, 148 North Union Street .... Surgery DUSHAM Numa Duncan Bitting Surgery Lyle Steele Booker, First National Bank Building . . Surgery Foy Roberson, First National Bank Building .... Surgery Fayette viLLE Jacob Franklin Highsmith, 304 Green Street .... Surgery Marwin Le Roy Smoot, 203 Burgess Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Franklin Samuel Harley Lyle Gynecology Gastonia Lucius Newton Glenn, 402 Realty Building .... Surgery Greensboro C. W. Banner, Banner Building Ophth., Rhinol, Oto-Laryngology Walter F. Cole Orthopedic Surgery Parranjarboe, 113 Dixie Building Surgery John Wesley Long, 338 North Elm Street .... Surgery James W. Tankersley, 306 Dixie Building Surgery John A. Williams, 123 Smith Street Surgery Hickory Jacob H. Shuford, 1416 12th Street Surgery High Point David A. Stanton, 108 North Main Street .... Surgery KiNSTON Albert D. Parrott, 107 West Gordon Street .... Surgery James Marion Parrott . . . Ophth., Rhinol, Oto-Laryngology LiNCOLNTON Lester A. Crowell, South Aspin Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows ig ' j NORTH CAROLINA — Continued LUMBERTON Neill A. Thompson, 4th and Walnut Streets .... Surgery Newbern Richard N. Duffy, 130 Craven Street Surgery Raleigh Claude Oliver Abernethy, 706 Citizens National Bank Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Kemp Plummet Battle, Citizens Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Hubert Ashley Royster, 423 Fayetteville Street . . Surgery Rocky Mount Edmimd S. Boice, Park View Hospital Surgery Byrd C. Willis, 404 Falls Road Surgery RUTHERFORDTON Montgomery Herman Biggs Surgery Henry Norris Surgery Salisbury James Ernest Stokes, 303 North Fullerton Street . Gynecolo gy Sanford J. P. Monroe $urgery Statesville Henry F. Long, 834 North Center Street Surgery Tarboro Jvdian M. Baker, 503 Main Street Surgery Samuel Newbern Harrell, 424 Main Street .... Surgery Washington David Thomas Tayloe, Main Street Surgery Wilmington Thomas Meares Green, 11 Masonic Temple .... Surgery J. Gerald Murphy, Murchison Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James Farish Robertson, Jr., Masonic Temple Building Surgery Robert Barnard Slocum, Mvu-chison Bank Building . . Surgery Wilson Elijah Thomas Dickinson, 219 East Nash Street . . . Surgery B. S. Herring, Comer Green and Spring Streets . . . Surgery 198 American College of Surgeons NORTH CAROLINA — Continued Wilson — Continued Richard H. Johnston, Fidelity Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oio-Laryngology Charles A. Woodard, Green and Spring Streets . . . Surgery Winston-Salem Thomas W. Davis, 210 O ' Hanlon Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Everett A. Lockett, O ' Hanlon Building Surgery Arthur de Talma Valk, Wachovia Bank Building . . Surgery NORTH DAKOTA BiSMAKCK Victor J. LaRose, City National Bank Building . . . Urology Eric P. Quain, City National Bank Building .... Surgery N. Oliver Ramstad, City National Bank Building . . Surgery Martin William Roan, First National Bank Building . Surgery Lloyd Albert Schipfer, City National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Bottineau George Alexander Dumin Surgery Devils Lake William F. Sihler, 301 4th Street Surgery DlCiONSON Jesse William Bowen, 221 7th Avenue, West .... Surgery Aloysivis P. Nachtwey, Merchants Bank Building . Gynecology Victor H. Stickney, loi Sims Street Surgery Fasgo James Prentiss Aylen, Edwards Building Surgery Frederick H. Bailey .... Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Paul H. Burton, 51 Broadway Surgery Cyrus N. Callander, 620 Front Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery George A. Carpenter, 18 Broadway Proctology Murdock MacGregor, 1120 5th Avenue, South . . . Surgery John H, Rindlaub, De Lendrecie Block Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Martin P. Rindlaub, Jr., 500 De Lendrecie Block Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 199 NORTH DAKOTA — Continued Fargo — Continued Nils L. Tronnes, Fargo Clinic Surgery Ralph E. Weible, De Lendrecie Block Surgery Grafton John Edgar Countryman Surgery Joseph Calvert Suter Surgery Grand Forks Robert D. Campbell, 2} South 3rd Street .... Surgery Henry Herbert Healy, Northwestern National Bank Building Surgery Henry W. F. Law, Northwestern National Bank Building Surgery Henry Mason Wheeler, 2}4 South 3rd Street . . . Surgery George McCullough Williamson . . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Henry G. Woutat, Northwestern National Bank Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Jamestown William A. Gerrish, Clinic Building Surgery Mandan Bernard S. Nickerson, Greengard Block Surgery MiNOT A. J. McCannel, 44 South Main Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Archibald D. McCannel, 125 Main Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Valley City Alexander W. Macdonald, 310 Fifth Avenue .... Surgery Edgar Allen Pray, Pray Block Surgery OHIO AZRON Walter A. Hoyt, 428 Ohio Bviilding Surgery Roy H. McKay, 321 Second National Bank Building , Surgery Carl Rossow Steinke, 608 Metropolitan Building . . Surgery John H. Weber, 330 Akron Savings and Loan Building . Surgery Alliance Perry Firestone King, 317 East Market Street . . . Surgery Ashland Wilson M. McClellan, Orange Street Gynecology 200 American College of Surgeons OHIO — Continued Ashtabula Clarence E. Case, Park and Center Streets .... Surgery Bellefontaine Robert H. Butler, 128 West Columbus Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Belle vuE F. Marion Kent, 128 East Main Street Surgery Bridgeport James Owen Howells, Lincoln Avenue Surgery Canton Austin C. Brant, 116 Clevelajid Avenue, N. W. . . . Surgery John Pierce DeWitt, 122 Shorb Avenue, N. W. . . . Surgery Harry M. Schuffell, 205 15th Street, N. W Surgery Alonzo Byron Walker, 815 4th Street, N. W Surgery Cincinnati J. Hadley Caldwell, 323 Broadway Surgery John Alexander Caldwell, 628 Elm Street Surgery Archibald Irwin Carson, 46 East McMillan Street Surgery Robert Barker Cofield, 19 West 7 th Street . Orthopedic Surgery Alfred Peters Cole Genito-Urinary Surgery Carleton Graves Crisler, Groton Building Surgery Frank Bradley Cross, Livingston Building . . Ophthalmology William McDowell Doughty, 628 Elm Street Surgery Frank Edgar Fee, 22 West 7th Street Surgery Howard P. Fishbach, 1201 Traction Building . . . Gynecology Thomas V. Fitzpatrick, 19 West 7th Street . Oto-Laryngology Albert Henry Freiberg, 7 th and Race Streets . Orthopedic Surgery William Gillespie, 670 June Street Obstetrics Walter Richard Griess, 19 West 7th Street .... Surgery W. D. Haines, 1606 Freeman Avenue Surgery Joseph Arda Hall, 628 Elm Street Surgery Rufus Bartlett Hall, 628 Elm Street Surgery R. C. Heflebower, 22 West 7th Street .... Ophth., Otology Carl R. Hiller, 19 West 7th Street Surgery Harry Hayes Hines, 21 Groton Building Surgery Gustav A. Hinnen, 4 West 7th Street . . Ophth., Rhinol., Otology Samuel Iglauer, 7th and Race Streets . Rhinol, Oto-Laryngology Louis J. Krouse, 75 Groton Building Proctology Geographical List of Fellows 201 OHIO — Continued Cincinnati — Continued Frederick W. Lamb, 209 Provident Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charies Andrew Langdale, Union Central Life Building . Surgery Inez Lapsley, 628 Elm Street S urgery Gordon F. McKim, Union Central Life Building Genito-Urinary Surgery John D. Miller, 204 West 8th Street Gynecology William Mithoefer, 19 West 7th Street . . Oto-Laryngology John Wesley Murphy, Union Central Life Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology John Chadwick Oliver, 628 Elm Street Surgery Henry Page, Cincinnati General Hospital Surgery Dudley White Palmer, 707 Race Street Surgery Frank Douglas Phiimey, 22 West 7th Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology J. Edward Pirrung, 12 18 Walnut Street Surgery J. Louis RansohoflF, Livingston Building Surgery Augustus Ravogli, 5 Garfield Place Urology Charles A. L. Reed, 5 West 8th Street .... Gynecology Goodrich Barboiu- Rhodes, 4th and Sycamore Streets . Surgery Benjamin MerriU Ricketts, 4th Avenue and Broadway . Surgery Robert Sattler, Groton Bviilding Ophthalmology W. Edwards Schenck, 19 West 7th Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology E. O. Smith, 19 West 7th Street . . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Charles Thaddeus Souther, Groton Bviilding .... Surgery Sigmar Stark, 11 East 8th Street Gynecology Edgar C. Steinharter, 7th and Vine Streets . . . Gynecology Thomas Milton Stewart, 901 Union Trust Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frank U. Swing, Groton Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Magnus Alfred Tate, 19 West 7th Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Allen B. Thrasher, 7 th and Race Streets .... Laryngology Derrick T. Vail, 24 East 8th Street .... Ophthalmology Edward Wood Walker, 214 West 7 th Street .... Surgery Charles E. Walton, 8th and John Streets . H. H. Wiggers, 410 Mercantile Library Building John Henry Wilms, 12 West 7th Street John Murphy Wi throw, 22 West 7 th Street . Gynecology Gynecology Surgery Gynecology 202 American College of Surgeons Surgery Retired Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Ophthalmology Obstetrics, Gynecology Surgery OHIO — Continued Cincinnati — Continued E. Gustav Zinke, 4 West 7th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Stanley Gustav Zinke, 4 West 7th Street Surgery Cleveland Henry A. Becker, 629 Guardian Building . Hamilton Fisk Biggar, 11 10 Euclid Avenue Arthur Holbrook Bill, 503 Osborn Building Russell H. Birge, 2417 Prospect Avenue M. Emmett Blahd, 301 Anisfield Building Charles A. Bowers, 10553 Euclid Avenue , Charles Edwin Briggs, 207 Osborn Building William Evans Bruner, Guardian Building J. L. Bubis, 1725 East 82nd Street . . Frank E. Bunts, Clinic Building . . W. B. Chamberlin, Osborn Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James E. Cogan, Rose Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Francis Patrick Corrigan, mo Euclid Avenue . . Surgery Ernest Harper Cox, 407 Osborn Building Surgery George W. Crile, Clinic Building Surgery Franklin E. Cutler, Schofield Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Dickenson, 102 1 Prospect Avenue Surgery G. Bourne Famsworth, 102 1 Prospect Avenue . . . Obstetrics G. E. Follansbee, 614 Guardian Building Surgery Herbert Loring Frost, 1005 Rose Building .... Surgery William D. Fullerton, 465 Rose Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frank J. Gallagher, Schofield Building Surgery John V. Gallagher, 11448 Euclid Avenue Surgery C. Lee Graber, 15 701 Detroit Avenue Surgery Allen Graham, 939 East 152nd Street Surgery Charles A. Hall, 102 1 Prospect Avenue Surgery Carl A. Hamann, 416 Osborn Building Surgery Benjamin I. Harrison, Cleveland Clinic Surgery Frederick C. Herrick, 465 Rose Building Surgery Adolph Ernest Ibershoff, 2366 StiUman Road Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John M. IngersoU, 102 1 Prospect Avenue Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Natham ' el M. Jones, 815 Guardian Building .... Surgery Samuel Walter Kelley, 2255 East S5th Street . . Surgery Benjamin Bruce Kimmel, 206 Penn Square Building . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 203 OHIO — Continued Cleveland — Continued Secord H. Large, 536 Rose Building . Rhinol., Oio-Laryngology Edward Lauder, 1020 Hviron Road .... Ophthalmology Carl H. Lenhart, 2417 Prospect Avenue Surgery John N. Lenker, 314 Osbom Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Francis George Leonard, 9300 Kinsman Road . . . Surgery George H. Lewis, 2073 East 9th Street Surgery Willijam E. Lower, Clinic Building Surgery Myron Metzenbaum, Rose Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Theodore Miller, 1836 Euclid Avenue Obstetrics Edward P. Monaghan, 10308 Euclid Avenue .... Surgery Gordon Niles Morrill, 102 1 Prospect Avenue . Orthopedic Surgery Edward P. Neary, Savoy Theatre Building .... Surgery Frank Oakley, 432 Anisfield Building Urology Edward Peterka, 5026 Broadway Surgery William H. Phillips, 1018 Rose Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Lawrence A. Pomeroy, 2073 East 9th Street .... Surgery George H. Quay, Sr., Rose Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Carl H. Rust, Rose Building . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edwin G. Rust, II 58 Hanna Building .... Ophthalmology Henry L. Sanford, mo Euclid Avenue . Genito-Urinary Surgery Henry A. Schlink, 10208 Euclid Avenue Surgery N. Stone Scott, loi 1 1 Euclid Avenue Gynecology Thomas Pollock Shupe, 93rd Street and Euclid Avenue Genito-Urinary Surgery Arthur J. Skeel, 1834 East 65th Street Obstetrics Harry Gordon Sloan, Clinic Building Surgery Albert F. Spurney, 403 Osbom Bviilding .... Gynecology Anton B. Spurney, 403 Osborn Building Surgery Morris D. Stepp, 2403 Payne Avenue Surgery Walter G. Stem, 821 Schofield Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Jacob Edward Tuckerman, 733 Osborn Building . . . Surgery Warner H. Tuckerman, 733 Osbom Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William C. Tuckerman, 733 Osbom Building . . Ophthalmology George D wight Upson, 841 Hanna Building .... Surgery Justin M. Waugh, Clinic Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Oliver A. Weber, 102 1 Prospect Aven ue Surgery 204 American College of Surgeons OHIO — Continued Cleveland — Continued William Hawksley Weir, 102 1 Prospect Avenue . . Gynecology James Craven Wood, 816 Rose Building .... Gynecology Columbus Hugh A. Baldwin, 347 East State Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery James Fairchild Baldwin, 115 South Grant Avenue . . Surgery H. G. Beatty, 327 East State Street RhinoL, Olo-Laryngology Leslie Lawson Bigelow, 185 East State Street . . . Surgery Evan Coleman Brock, Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel . Surgery John Edwin Brown, 370 East Town Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Claude A. Burrett, 1948 luka Avenue Surgery Andr6 Crotti, 151 East Broad Street Surgery William C. Davis, 350 East State Street Ophth., RhinoL, Olo-Laryngology Verne Adams Dodd, 394 East Town Street .... Surgery Robert Blee Drury, 283 East State Street .... Surgery Uriah K. Essington, 289 East State Street .... Surgery Judson A. Ferree, 232 East i6th Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Fred Fletcher, 283 East State Street Surgery Edgar Martin Freese, 322 East State Street .... Surgery Sylvester Jacob Goodman, 121 South 6th Street . . Gynecology Charles Sumner Hamilton, 188 East State Street Surgery William Drake Hamilton, East Broad Street and Columbia Avenue Surgery Arthur M. Hauer, 327 East State Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Conrade Alleyne Howell, 206 East State Street . . . Surgery Carl DaCosta Hoy, McKinley Hospital Surgery W. A. Humphrey, 1674 North High Street . . Gynecology Florus Fremont Lawrence, 664 North Park Street . . Surgery Charles S. Means, 137 East State Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Joseph Price, 1452 South High Street Surgery George C, Schaeflfer, 246 East State Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Cassius M. Shepard, 347 East State Street . Orthopedic Surgery Alexander M. Steinfeld, 129 South Grant Avenue Orthopedic Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 205 OHIO — Continued Columbus — Continued Gustavus A. Sulzer, 200 East State Street . . Ophthalmology Wells Teachnor, 187 East State Street .... Proctology Andrew Timberman, 525 Citizens Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frank Warner, 10 West Goodale Street Surgery Starling S. Wilcox, 340 East State Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Albertus C. Wolfe, 350 East State Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Dayton Elmer R. Am, 1 1 20 Fidelity Medical Building . . . Surgery Frederick S. Baron, 740 Fidelity Medical Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology L. G. Bowers, 1 1 20 Fidelity Medical Building . . . Surgery Howard Victor Dutrow, 1040 Fidelity Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George B. Evans, 17 South Wilkinson Street . Urology, Proctology William A. Ewing, 810 Fidelity Medical Building . . Surgery Curtiss Ginn, Reibold Building Surgery George Goodhue, 133 North Perry Street Surgery Harry B. Harris, mo Fidelity Medical Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James A. Mattison, National Military Home Hospital . Surgery John W. Millette, 58 Cambridge Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Dover « Daniel W. Shumaker, 200 West 3rd Street .... Surgery East Liverpool Wilbert A. Hobbs, 125 West 5th Street Surgery Elyrm George Gill, 800 Lorain County Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology FiNDLAY J. C, Tritch, American National Bank Building ' . . Gynecology Gallipolis Charles E. Holzer, ist Avenue and Cedar Street . . . Surgery Greenfield Robert J. Jones, 433 West Jefferson Street .... Surgery 306 American College of Surgeons OHIO — Continued Hamilton Francis M. Fitton, 144 North 3rd Street Surgery Louis Henry Frechtling, 129 North 2nd Street . . . Surgery Mark Millikin, 311 South 2nd Stree t Surgery HiLLSBORO John Charles Larkin, 130 East Main Street . IXONTON Dan Feurt Gray, 321 South sth Street . . Kenton Austin S. McKitrick, 115 North Detroit Street Lima William Roush, 499 North Jameson Avenue . Lorain W. E. Wheatley, 424 Broadway .... Mansfield Charles Gailey Brown, 190 Park Avenue, West Jerry M. Garber, 48 Park Avenue, West Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Hammel Nichols, 58 Park Avenue, West . . . Surgery John Lewis Stevens, 59 North Mxilberry Street . . . Surgery Marietta Arthur Howard Smith, 3rd and Putnam Streets . . . Surgery Marion Auguste Rhu, 187 West Center Street Surgery Massillon Logan B. Zintsmaster, 212 McClymonds Building . . Surgery Port Clinton Henry Jacob Pool, 125 East 3rd Street Surgery Portsmouth Daniel Albert Berndt, 1304 Gallia Avenue .... Surgery James William Fitch, 102 1 9th Street Surgery Stephen S. Halderman, 826 Gay Street Surgery Joseph S. Rardin, Gallia Avenue and Waller Street . . Surgery Harry A. Schirrman, 805 Chillicothe Street .... Surgery Salem Henry Klar Yaggi, Main Street and Broadway . . . Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery r Geographical List of Fellows 207 OHIO — Continued Sajtousky Chester B. Bliss, 409 Columbus Avenue Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Charles Graefe, 631 Wayne Street Surgery Sidney Henry E. Beebe, 124 North Ohio Avenue Surgery Springfield Charles L, Minor, 726 Fairbanks Building . . Ophth., Otology Robert C. Rind, Bushnell Building Surgery St. Marys Harry S. Noble, 317 West Spring Street Surgery Tiffin Edwards H. Porter, 85 Madison Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Toledo William W. Alderdyce, 513 Madison Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology F. W. Alter, 314 Colton Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Pern J. Bidwell, Schmidt Building Surgery George Bertram Booth, 506 Adams Street .... Surgery Walter William Brand, 316 Colton Building . . . Obstetrics Lyman A. Brewer, 115 Nasby Building Surgery Burt George ChoUett, 421 Michigan Street . Orthopedic Surgery Thomas M. Crinnion, 635 Oak Street Surgery Ira O. Denman, Ohio Building . Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Gordon Dice, 240 Michigan Street .... Obstetrics Fred Melvin Douglass, 421 Michigan Street .... Surgery WUUam H. Fisher, 416 Colton Building Surgery Sidney Dix Foster, Colton Building Surgery John P. Gardiner, Colton Building Obstetrics William J. Gillette, 16 13 Jeflferson Street . . . . . Surgery C. M. Harpster, Wedgewood Building ... Surgery, Urology Homer H. Heath, 656 Spitzer Building Surgery Frank Jacobi, 416 Colton Building .... Ophth., Rhinology John G. Keller, 326 Ohio Building . . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Otto Landman, 230 Michigan Street .... Ophthalmology Charles Liikens, 218 Michigan Street . . Ophth., Rhinol., Otology Charles W. Moots, 225 Michigan Street .... Gynecology Clarence D. Selby, 659 Spitzer Building Surgery 2o8 American College of Surgeons OHIO — Continued Toledo — Continued Lewis F. Smead, 227 Michigan Street Surgery Walter H, Snyder, 2 1 1 Ontario Street . Ophlh., Rhinol.,Oto-Laryngology George Metzger Todd, 216 Colton Building .... Surgery Robert S. Walker, 503 Nicholas Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Warren Delbert E. Hoover, 27 Monroe Street Surgery Orville Titus Manley, Second National Bank Building . Surgery WOOSTER Harry J. Stoll, 229 North Market Street Surgery Xenia Benjamin Rush McClellan, 7 East 2nd Street . . . Surgery YOUNGSTOWN Carlos Charles Booth, 232 North Phelps Street . , . Surgery Warren Deweese Coy, 608 Market Street Surgery Robert D. Gibson, 310 Wick Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oio-Laryngology Sol. M. Hartzell, Dollar Savings and Trust Company Building Ophth. RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charles D. Hauser, 138 West Rayen Avenue .... Surgery Maurice P. Jones, 419 Home Savings and Loan Building Surgery William Eugene Ranz, Federal Building Surgery James A. Sherbondy, 415 Bryson Street Surgery Walter B. Turner, 300 North Phelps Street .... Surgery John Lewis Washburn, 611 Home Savings and Loan Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Raymond E. Whelan, 201 Dollar Savings and Trust Company Building Surgery Zanesville Edmund C. Brush, 601 Market Street Surgery Henry Thomas Sutton, 38 South 6th Street .... Surgery OKLAHOMA Ardmore Walter Hardy, 212 ist Avenue, S. W Surgery Clinton Victor Maurice Gore, 520 Terrace Avenue .... Surgery McLain Rogers Surgery I Geographical List of Fellows 209 OKLAHOMA — Continued El Reno Thomas Maze Aderhold, 405 South Williams Street . . Surgery Lawton David A. Myers Surgery Muskogee William D. Berry, Barnes Building Surgery Francis Bartow Fite, 103 North 2nd Street . . . Surgery Oklahoma Abraham L. Blesh, 308 Patterson Building .... Surgery L. Haynes Buxton, 203 American National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Fred Herbert Clark, 308 Continental Biiilding . . . Surgery Edward Francis Davis, 343 American National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William E. Dicken, 518 First National Bank Building Surgery W. Eugene Dixon, 706 State National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edmund Sheppard Ferguson, 609 State National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Alonzo Fowler, 534 Liberty National Bank Building Obstetrics John S. Hartford, 411 First National Bank Building Gynecology Robert M. Howard, 502 State National Bank Building . Surgery William J. Jolly, Liberty National Bank Building , . Surgery John Frederick Kuhn, 619 First National Bank Building Surgery LeRoy Long, Colcord Building Surgery Dolph D. McHenry, Colcord Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Horace Reed, 611 First National Bank Building . . . Surgery John William Riley, 119 West sth Street ..... Surgery Millington Smith, 318 Colcord Bviilding Surgery H. C. Todd, 507 Colcord Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William J. Wallace, 3 Shops Building Urology Curt Otto von Wedel, Jr., American National Bank Building Surgery Okmulgee Virgil Berry, 5th and Okmulgee Streets Retired 210 American College of Surgeons OKLAHOMA — Continued Shawnee Frank Leroy Carson, 14 East 9th Street Surgery Tulsa Fred S. Clinton, New World Building . . . . . . Surgery W. Albert Cook, 506 Palace Building .... Ophthalmology Fred Yohn Cronk, 302 Daniel Building Surgery George Robert Osbom, 302 R. T. Daniel Building Obstetrics, Gynecology A . W. Roth, 303 Palace Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ralph Vernon Smith, 502 Daniel Building .... Surgery OREGON Ashland Francis Gustavus Swedenburg, 299 Main Street Surgery, Obstetrics Astoria Jacob A. Fulton, 309 Astoria Savings Bank Building . Surgery Eugene Floyd M. Day, Brown Building Surgery Marshfield George E. Dix Surgery Medford E. Barton Pickel, Main Street and Central Avenue . , Surgery Oregon City Hugh Stevens Mount, Weinhard Biiilding Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Pendleton Frank E. Boyden, Smith-Crawford Building .... Surgery Portland George Ainslie, Oregonian Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology O. Miller Babbitt, looi Journal Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Augustus B. Bailey, 1008 Selling Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Alvin W. Baird, Medical Building Surgery William Lee Bishop, 415 Stevens Building .... Surgery Charles Delos Bodine, 285 Fargo Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 211 OREGON — Continued Portland — Continued Gustave E. Bruere, Journal Building Ophih., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Albert Hadley Cantril, 285 Fargo Street Robert C. Cofifey, 789 Glisan Street John Nicholas Coghlan, Selling Building Ophth., Rhinol E. DeWitt Connell, Selling Building Ophth., Rhinol. John Forest Dickson, Selling Building Ophth., Rhinol Robert Hale Ellis, loii Corbett Building J. Earl Else, 709 Stevens Building .... Marshall K. Hall, Corbett Building . . . L. H. Hamilton, Journal Building .... William B. Holden, 1002 Stevens Building Hemy Clarke Jefiferds, 902 Stevens Building . Arthur Heruy Johnson, 310 Medical Building Wilson Johnston, Stevens Building Ophth., Rhinol Frederick A. Kiehle, Corbett Building . Ophth F. B. Kistner, 909 Stevens Building . Rhinol A. E. Mackay, 711 Oregonian Building . Genito Albert L. Mathieu, Selling Building Joseph L. McCool, 909 Stevens Building . . Edward Bruce McDaniel, 923 Electric Building Chester C. Moore, 409 Medical Building , Oto-Laryngology , Oto-Laryngology , Oto-Laryngology Gynecology, Obstetrics Surgery Karl P. Moran, 1002 Stevens Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Herbert Strong Nichols, 802 Corbett Building George Norman Pease, 806 Stevens Building Joseph A. Pettit, Selling Building .... Alpha Eugene Rockey, 508 Stevens Building . Eugene Watson Rockey, 508 Stevens Building Paul Rockey, 508 Stevens Building Stuart Harris Sheldon, 11 11 Selling Building William Henry Skene, Stevens Building . Andrew C. Smith, 409 Medical Building . . Charles J. Smith, 707 Broadway Bviilding . Ernst A. Sommer, 908 Electric Bviilding . . Ernest Fanning Tucker, Medical Building Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology , Oto-Laryngology , Oto-Laryngology Urinary Surgery Ophthalmology Ophthalmology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery, Obstetrics Surgery Surgery Gynecology . . Surgery Surgery 212 American College of Surgeons OREGON — Continued Portland — Continued George S. Whiteside Journal Building . . Genito-Vrinary Surgery Sherman E. Wright, 822 Corbett Building Ophth., RhinoL, Olo-Laryngology Salem W. H. Byrd, State and High Streets Surgery Willis Bent Morse, 406 State Street Surgery Charles H. Robertson, 406 State Street .... Gynecology WiLSONVILLE Peter H.Jobse Retired PENNSYLVANIA Allentown Edward W. Feldhoff, 1224 Turner Street Surgery W. A. Hausman, Jr., 1116 Hamilton Street .... Surgery Henry Bowling Jordan, 544 North 6th Street . , . Surgery Charles D. Schaeffer, 28 North 8th Street .... Surgery Robert L. Schaeffer, 30 North 8th Street Surgery Altoona Joseph Dysart Findley, 11 21 13th Avenue .... Surgery Ashland J. C. Biddle, State Hospital Surgery Beaver Jefferson H. Wilson, 647 3rd Street Surgery Beaver Falls Theodore Parker Simpson, 614 13th Street .... Surgery Bellefonte Melvin Locke Surgery Bethlehem William Lawrence Estes, 805 Delaware Avenue . . . Surgery William L, Estes, Jr., 805 Delaware Avenue .... Surgery William Pomp Walker, 3rd and Cherokee Streets . . Surgery Bloomsburg John W. Bruner, 346 Market Street Surgery Bradford George E. Benninghoff, 31 West Corydon Street . . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 213 PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Butler L. Leo Doane, 558 3rd Street . Ophth., RhitioL, Olo-Laryngology Robert Bruce Greer, 371 North Main Street .... Surgery Carlisle Robert McMurran Shepler, 49 West Pomfret Street . . Surgery Chester Harry Marshall Armitage, 400 East 13th Street . . . Surgery Richard C. Casselberry, 700 Madison Street .... Surgery Clearfield John Weaver Gordon, 206 Locust Street . Gynecology, Ohsletrics Lever Flegal Stewart, 108 North 2nd Street .... Surgery Samuel James Waterworth, 102 South 2nd Street . . Surgery Connellsville William J. Bailey, First National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Danville Harold Leighton Foss, Geisinger Memorial Hospital . Surgery Devon John Montgomery Baldy Gynecology Dubois Spencer Michael Free, loi South Jared Street . . . Surgery John Charles Sullivan, 10 South Main Street .... Surgery East Downingtown Edward Kerr, 139 East Lancaster Avenue .... Surgery Easton Henry Daniel Michler, 134 North 3rd Street .... Surgery Thomas C. Zulick, 226 Ferry Street Surgery Ebensburg Daniel S. Rice Surgery Erie John J. Bell, 661 West 8th Street Surgery Guy Cluxton Boughton, 810 Peach Street . . . . Surgery David Nichols Dennis, 221 West 9th Street . . Ophthalmology Harrison A. Dunn, 230 West 8th Street Surgery Elmer Hess, 501 Commerce Building Urology Augustus Henry Roth, 629 Myrtle Street Surgery George W. Schlindwein, 138 West 9th Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology 214 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Erie — Continued Charles Gunnison Strickland, 153 West 7th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Frank A. Walsh, 128 East 7th Street Surgery GSEENSBURG Thomas Porter Cole, 218 South Pennsylvania Avenue . Surgery John Walker Fairing, 204 Tribune Building Ophth.y Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Greenville Clarence W. McElhaney, 7 Perm Street Surgery Harrisburg John F. Culp, 240 North 3rd Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology H. Hershey Farnsler, 1438 Market Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George B. Kunkel, 118 Locust Street Surgery J. W. Park, 32 North 2nd Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charles Stough Rebuck, 412 North 3rd Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Harvey F. Smith, 130 State Street Surgery Hazleton Walter Lathrop, State Hospital of Middle Coal Field . Surgery Huntingdon Howard C. Frontz, 5th and Mifflin Streets .... Surgery Johnstown Charles Edmund Hannan, 531 Locust Street .... Surgery James Jeflferson, 415 Locust Street Surgery John BodineLowman, 116 Market Street Surgery George Irving Naylor, 136 Park Place Surgery Kane Evan O ' Neill Kane, 230 Clay Street Surgery Lancaster Frank Alleman, 420 West Chestnut Street .... Surgery Theodore Burton Appel, 305 North Duke Street . . . Surgery John Light Atlee, 37 East Orange Street Surgery Newton Emerson Bitzer, 236 West Chestnut Street . . Surgery C. R. Farmer, 573 West Lemoh Street . . Surgery, Obstetrics Lewistown John Russell Wightman Hunter, 22 North Main Street . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 215 PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Media Charles H. Schoff, 7 West Washington Street Surgery, Obstetrics On. City James B. Siggins, 218 Sycamore Street Surgery Patton John A. Murray, McGee Avenue Surgery Philadelphia Lewis H. Adler, Jr., 1610 Arch Street . . . . . Proctology Emory Graham Alexander, 1701 Spruce Street . . . Surgery George James Alexander, 183 1 Chestnut Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Brooke M. Anspach, 1827 Spruce Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics John Chew Applegate, 3540 North Broad Street . . . Obstetrics Leon Thomas Ashcraft, 2103 Chestnut Street . . . Urology Astley Paston Cooper Ashhvurst, 1629 Spruce Street . . Surgery William E. Ashton, 201 1 Walnut Street Surgery J. A. Babbitt, 1901 Chestnut Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology W. Wayne Babcock, 2033 Walnut Street Surgery James Harvey Baldwin, 1426 Pine Street Surgery Kate W. Baldwin, 1117 Spruce Street Surgery Moses Behrend, 1427 North Broad Street .... Surgery C. Albert Bigler, Jr., 2009 Chestnut Street .... Surgery P. Brooke Bland, 1621 Spruce Street . . ' . . . Gynecology Frank Benton Block, 2035 Chestnut Street .... Surgery John A. Boger, 2213 North Broa4 Street Surgery Charles W. Bonney, II 17 Spruce Street Surgery John O. Bower, 2033 Wahiut Street Surgery George M. Boyd, 1909 Spruce Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics John Alfred Brooke, 264 South i6th Street . Orthopedic Surgery Henty P. Brown, Jr., 1822 Pine Street Surgery Mary Buchanan, 2106 Chestnut Street . . . Ophthalmology Stillwell Corson Bums, 1925 Spring Garden Street . . Surgery Margaret F. Butler, 1831 Chestnut Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ralph Butler, 1926 Chestnut Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Harry Stober Carmany, 366 Green Lane Surgery John Goodrich Clark, 2017 Walnut Street . . . Gynecology Joseph V. F. Clay, 2102 Chestnut Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George M. Coates, 1811 Spruce Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology 2i6 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Philadelphia — Continued Lida Stewart Cogill, 1831 Chestnut Street .... Obstetrics William D. Culin, 820 North 41st Street .... Gynecology John Chalmers Da Costa, 2045 Walnut Street . . . Surgery Arthur J. Davidson, 200 South 12th Street . Orthopedic Surgery Edward P. Davis, 250 South 21st Street Gynecology, Obstetrics J. L. Davis, 13s South iSth Street . . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Warren B. Davis, 135 South 18th Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Harry C. Deaver, 1701 Spruce Street Surgery John B. Deaver, 1634 Walnut Street Surgery George Morris Dorrance, 2025 Walnut Street . . . Surgery H. A. Duncan, 2615 West Somerset Street Obstetrics, Gynecology Eldridge Lyon Eliason, 330 South i6th Street . . . Surgery John Dean Elliott, 142 1 Spruce Street Surgery Walter G. Elmer, 1801 Pine Street . . . Orthopedic Surgery Theodore A. Erck, 251 South 13th Street .... Gynecology Ella B. Everitt, 1807 Spruce Street Gynecology Thomas Hanover Fenton, 1319 Spruce Street Ophthalmology John M. Fisher, 222 South 15th Street . Obstetrics, Gynecology Marie K. Formad, Medical Arts Building Surgery Collin Foulkrod, 3910 Chestnut Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics L. Webster Fox, 303 South 17th Street . . . Ophthalmology Clarence Payne Franklin, 1527 Spruce Street . . Ophthalmology Melvin M. Franklin, 6124 Greene Street Surgery Charles Harrison Frazier, 1724 Spruce Street .... Surgery John Harper Girvin, 2120 Walnut Street .... Gynecology Ellis E. W. Given, 2714 Columbia Avenue .... Surgery Herbert Maskell Goddard, 1531 Spruce Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Harold G. Goldberg, 1925 Chestnut Street . . Ophthalmology A. Wiese Hammer, 218 South isth Street .... Surgery Frank C. Hammond, 33 11 North Broad Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Richard H. Harte, 1503 Spruce Street Surgery C. H. Harvey, Comer 63rd and Jefiferson Streets . . Surgery AddinellHewson, 2120 Spruce Street Surgery Barton Cooke Hirst, 1821 Spruce Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Francois L. Hughes, 1524 Chestnut Street . . . Gynecology William C. Hunsicker, 1625 Race Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 217 PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Philadelphia — Continued Robert Henry Ivy, 1503 Medical Arts Building . . . Surgery Chevalier Jackson, 128 South loth Street .... Bronchoscopy D. Bushrod James, Medical Arts Bviilding . . . Gynecology John E. James, Jr., 118 South 19th Street Obstetrics, Gynecology John F. X. Jones, 103 South 21st Street Surgery John Howard Jopson, 1824 Pine Street Surgery Joseph C. Keeler, Medical Arts Building . . . Oto-Laryngology Floyd Elwood Keene, Medical Arts Building . . . Gynecology James A. Kelly, 1815 Spruce Street Surgery James W. Kermedy, 241 North i8th Street . . . Gynecology Frederick Krauss, 1703 Chestnut Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Wilmer Krusen, 127 North 20th Street .... Gynecology Nathaniel F. Lane, 1925 Chestnut Street .... Gynecology Ernst Laplace, 1828 South Rittenhouse Square . . . Surgery Robert Grier LeConte, 2000 Spruce Street .... Surgery Walter Estell Lee, 905 Pine Street Surgery Herbert P. Leopold, 2104 Chestnut Street .... Surgery Fielding 0. Lewis, 259 South 17th Street . . . Oto-Laryngology Sarah H. Lockrey, 1701 Chestnut Street .... Gynecology Hiram R. Loux, Medical Arts Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery Catharine Macfarlane, 308 Medical Arts Building Gynecology, Obstetrics George W. Mackenzie, 183 1 Chestnut Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William H. Mackinney, 1701 Chestnut Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Frederick Hurst Maier, 2019 Walnut Street . . . Gynecology George Morley Marshall, 1819 Spruce Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Linnaeus E. Marter, 163 1 Race Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Edward Martin, 135 South 18th Street Surgery John A. McGlinn, 113 South 20th Street , Gynecology, Obstetrics Warren C. Mercer, 24 South 21st Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics E. E. Montgomery, 1426 Spruce Street .... Gynecology George P. Miiller, 1930 Spruce Street Surgery Louis Henry Mutschler, 1625 Spruce Street .... Surgery 2i8 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Philadelphia — Continued Charles Francis Nassau, 1710 Locust Street .... Surgery Thomas R. Neilson, 1937 Chestnut Street .... Surgery Charles C. Norris, 22nd and Chestnut Streets Gynecology, Obstetrics Herbert L. Northrop, 601 Medical Arts Building . . Surgery G. J. Palen, 2102 Chestnut Street . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Benjamin Dores Parish, 2039 Chestnut Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William E. Parke, 1739 North 17th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics Elizabeth L. Peck, 41 13 Walnut Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Charles Bingham Penrose, 1720 Spruce Street . . Gynecology Luther C. Peter, 1529 Spruce Street .... Ophthalmology Damon Beckett Pfeiffer, 2028 Pine Street .... Surgery Edmund B. Piper, 1936 Spruce St reet . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Paul J. Pontius, 1831 Chestnut Street .... Ophthalmology William Campbell Posey, 2049 Chestnut Street . Ophthalmology Caroline M. Purnell, 132 South i8th Street . . . Gynecology Alexander Randall, 1306 Medical Arts Building . . . Urology John B. Roberts, 313 South 17th Street Surgery John Stewart Rodman, 13 10 Medical Arts Building . . Surgery Desiderio Roman, 1904 South Rittenhouse Square . . Surgery George G. Ross, 1721 Spruce Street Surgery Theodore B. Schneideman, 1831 Chestnut Street Ophtlialmology Edward Armin Schumann, 124 South i8th Street Gynecology, Obstetrics George E. de Schweinitz, 1705 Walnut Street . Ophthalmology Peter N. K. Schwenk, 141 7 North Broad Street . Ophthalmology Oscar Seeley, 2009 Chestnut Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Isaac Gray Shallcross, 112 South 20th Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology George Erety Shoemaker, 1906 Chestnut Street . . Gynecology William T. Shoemaker, 109 South 20th Street . Ophthalmology E. HoUingsworth Siter, 1520 Locust Street Genito-Urinary Surgery Penn-Gaskell Skillem, Jr., 1523 Locust Street . . . Surgery Ross Hall Skillem, 1928 Chestnut Street .... Laryngology Fred W. Smith, Medical Arts Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology S. MacCuen Smith, 1429 Spruce Street . . . Oto-Laryngology John Speese, 2032 Locust Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 219 PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Philadelphia — Continued Nathan P. Stauffer, 18 19 Walnut Street . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William A. Steel, 3300 North Broad Street .... Surgery Deacon Steinmetz, 1425 Spruce Street Surgery George Clymer Stout, 161 1 Walnut Street . . Oto-Laryngology Joshua Edwin Sweet, 301 St. Mark ' s Square .... Surgery B. A. Thomas, 116 South 19th Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Thomas Turner Thomas, 1905 Chestnut Street . . . Surgery Stephen E. Tracy, 1527 Spruce Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Gustave A. Van Lennep, 2104 Chestnut Street . . . Surgery Eugene Larue Vansant, 1929 Chestnut Street Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Harry Sands Weaver, 1433 Spruce Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology A. B. Webster, 4821 Baltimore Avenue Surgery Alfred C. Wood, 2035 Walnut Street . . . . . . Surgery James KeUy Young, 222 South i6th Street . Orthopedic Surgery S. Lewis Ziegler, 1625 Walnut Street .... Ophthalmology Phujpsbitrg William Baird Henderson, 724 Presqueisle Street Surgery Charles Edward McGirk, 17 North Front Street . . Gynecology Pittsburgh Charles Howard Aufhammer, 5004 Jenkins Arcade Building Surgery William M. Beach, 901 Bessemer Building . . . Proctology Richard Joseph Behan, Jenkins Arcade Building . . . Surgery Newman Hall Bennett, 191 2 Carson Street .... Surgery William W. Blair, 604 Diamond Bank Building . Ophthalmology John J. Buchanan, 1409 North Highland Avenue . . Surgery James C. Burt, W estinghouse Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery William MacFarlane Campbell, 7133 Jenkins Arcade Building Surgery Thomas B. Carroll, Jenkins Arcade Btulding Gynecology, Obstetrics Waid Edwin Carson, 7095 Jenkins Arcade Building Ophthalmology Bender Z. Cashman, 226 South Evaline Street . . . Surgery Sidney A. Chalfant, 7048 Jenkins Arcade Building . Gynecology Glendon E. Curry, Westinghouse Building . . Ophthalmology Nelson P. Davis, 1405 5th Avenue Surgery Ewing W, Day, Westinghouse Building . . . Oto-Laryngology 220 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Pittsburgh — Continued Harry Ryerson Decker, Jenkins Arcade Building . . Surgery Breese Morse Dickinson, 637 Union Arcade Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Holland Hunter Donaldson, Union Arcade Building . Surgery N. Arthur Fischer, 623 Union Arcade Building . Oto-Laryngology Curtis Smiley Foster, 308 Diamond Bank Building . Gynecology Otto C. Gaub, Westinghouse Building Surgery John Perry Griffith, 4715 5th Avenue Surgery Elwood B. Haworth, 145 North Craig Street .... Surgery George L. Hays, Mercy Hospital Surgery Edward B. Heckel, 719 Jenkins Arcade Building Ophthalmology Raleigh R. Huggins, 1018 Westinghouse Building . Gynecology Charles W. Jennings, 315 Highland Building . . Ophthalmology S. Victor King, Bellefield Dwellings Surgery Lyndon H. Landon, 5074 Jenkins Arcade Building . . Surgery William S. Langfitt, St. John ' s Hospital Surgery James W. Macfarlane, Westinghouse Building . . , Surgery James C. Markel, 1005 Westinghouse Building . Ophthalmology W. Marshall, 604 Diamond Bank Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Albert R. Matheny, 1105 East End Trust Building . . Surgery J. H. McCready, Empire Building . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Stewart LeRoy McCurdy, 8103 Jenkins Arcade Building Orthopedic and Oral Surgery William B. McKenna, Pittsburgh Hospital .... Surgery Curtis Campbell Mechling, Jenkins Arcade Building Proctology Evan William Meredith, 5004 Jenkins Arcade Building . Surgery Harold A. Miller, Pittsburgh Life Building .... Obstetrics John Davidson Milligan Surgery Robert Milligan, Sandusky Street and Park Way, N. S. Oto-Laryngology Ellis S. Montgomery, 725 Jenkins Arcade Building . Gynecology George Boulton Moreland, 810 Westinghouse Building . Surgery Frederic S. Morris, 810 Westinghouse Building . . Surgery Ellen J. Patterson, 1018 Westinghouse Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology C. C. Sandels, Westinghouse Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Kay L Sanes, 519 Jenkins Building Gynecology William O ' Neill Sherman, 434 5th Avenue .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 221 PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Pittsburgh — Continued David Silver, Jenkins Arcade Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Frank Farrow Simpson, Jenkins Arcade Building . Gynecology John D. Singley, 812 North Highland Avenue . . . Surgery Stanley Smith, 613 Jenkins Arcade Building . . Ophthalmology Acheson Stewart, 637 Union Arcade Building . . . Surgery William Alvah Stewart, 918 Westinghouse Building . , Surgery Edward Stieren, Union Arcade Building . . . Ophthalmology G. W. Stimson, Jenkins Arcade Building RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Lorenzo W. Swope, Park Building Surgery Paul Titus, 1015 Highland Building Obstetrics Frank Lester Todd, 130 Bellefield Avenue . Surgery, Obstetrics J. O. Wallace, 7034 Jenkins Arcade Building . Orthopedic Surgery Edith Waldie Way Retired Edgar Stanley Weimer, 1220 Highland Building . Ophthalmology Edward A. Weiss, 714 Jenkins Arcade Building . . Gynecology Edward A. Weisser, 806 May Building . . . Ophthalmology Charles E. Ziegler, 4716 Bayard Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Potts viLLE G. R. S. Corson, 20 North Centre Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Reading Oscar E. Fox, 232 North 5th Street Surgery John W. Kauffman, 814 North nth Street Gynecology, Obstetrics George W. Kehl, 313 North 5th Street Surgery Sayre Donald Guthrie, Robert Packer Hospital Surgery George William Hawk, Robert Packer Hospital . . . Surgery Nelson S. Weinberger Ophth., Otology SCRANTON John B. Corser, 345 Wyoming Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Gilbert D. Murray, 528 Madison Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Charles B. Noecker, 213 Connell Building .... Surgery John Lyman Peck, 524 Vine Street Surgery Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright, 912 Clay Avenue . . Surgery Horace Bacon Ware, Scranton Life Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Robert V. White, Brooks Building Surgery 222 American College of Surgeons PENNSYLVANIA — Continued Season Clifford C. Marshall, 233 East State Street .... Surgery Washington William J. L. McCxillough, Slater Building .... Surgery Albert E. Thompson, 625 Washington Trust Building . Surgery West Chester J. Oscar Dicks, 28 South High Street .... Surgery Wilkes-Barre Ernest U. Buckman, 70 South Franklin Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Herbert B. Gibby, 96 South Franklin Street .... Surgery Granville T. Matlack, 33 West Northampton Street . Surgery Samuel P. Mengel, 181 South Franklin Street . . Surgery Walter Scott Stewart, 98 South Franklin Street . . . Surgery L. H. Taylor, 83 South Franklin Street Ophth., Oto-Laryngology WiLKINSBUXG John W. Dixon, 820 Wood Street Surgery WiLLIAMSPORT Harry J. Donaldson, 106 East 4th Street Surgery Albert Frederick Hardt, 414 Pine Street Surgery John A. Klump, 331 Elmira Street Surgery Howard M. Ritter, First National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology York Edmund W. Meisenhelder, 1253 West Market Street . Surgery RHODE ISLAND East Providence John Bernard McKenna, 47 Taunton Avenue . . . Surgery Newport Charles W. Stewart, 2 Kay Street Surgery Peovidence George Rice Barden, 270 Elmwood Avenue .... Surgery Henry J. C. Corrigan, 242 Broadway Urology Fred A. Coughlin, 224 Thayer Street Surgery William Bryant Cutts, 370 Broad Street Surgery Murray S. Danforth, 124 Waterman Street . Orthopedic Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 223 RHODE ISLAND — Continued Providence — Continued Vance Lee Fitzgerald, 223 Thayer Street . William Francis Flanagan, 379 Benefit Street George Warren Gardner, 44 Orchard Avenue . Roland Hammond, 219 Waterman Street . Norman Darrell Harvey, 112 Waterman Street Ophth., Khinoh, Oto-Laryngology Proctology Surgery Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Henry Joseph Hoye, 221 Thayer Street . . Frederic V. Hussey, 171 Angell Street . . . Arthur Thoms Jones, 131 Waterman Street . John William Keefe, 262 Blackstone Boulevard P. H. Keefe, 262 Benefit Street . OpUh., Rhinol Lucius C. Kingman, 130 Slater Avenue William H. Magill, 221 Thayer Street . George Arnold Matteson, 454 Angell Street . Frank E. McEvoy, 224 Thayer Street . Andrew Joseph McLaughlin, 677 Broad Street William C. McLaughlin, 600 Broad Street Ophth Walter Lee Munro, 62 North Main Street Frank Edwin Peckham, 249 Thayer Street Herman C. Pitts, 124 Waterman Street Lewis B. Porter, 117 Waterman Street Ophth., Rhinol Edgar B. Smith, 76 Waterman Street . Henry Allen Whitmarsh, 167 Angell Street WOONSOCKET John James Baxter, 92 Main Street Surgery . . Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Surgery Gynecology . . Surgery Surgery Gynecology , Oto-Laryngology Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Gynecology , Oto-Laryngology . . Surgery . . Surgery . . Surgery SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston Charles P. Aimar, 4 Vanderhorst Street Surgery Archibald E. Baker, 10 Meeting Street Surgery Ernest Cornish Bajoiard, 86 Wentworth Street . . Urology A. Johnston Bviist, 279 Meeting Street Surgery Robert Spann Cathcart, 75 Hasell Street Surgery Charles Wilson Kollock, 86 Wentworth Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology 224 American College of Surgeons SOUTH CAROLINA — Continued Charleston — Continued Edward Frost Parker, 70 Hasell Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology J. Sumter Rhame, 81 Wentworth Street Surgery Julius C. Sosnowski, 126 Meeting Street Surgery Chester Chauncey M. Rakestraw, Pryor Hospital . . . . . Surgery Columbia George Henry Bunch, 1404 Laurel Street Surgery LeGrand Guerry, 1831 Pendleton Street Surgery Julius Heyward Taylor, 1403 Hampton Street . . . Surgery Ephraim Mikell Whaley, 1430 Blanding Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Florence Frank Hilton McLeod, i West Cheves Street . . . Surgery Greenville Ernest W. Carpenter, Professional Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James Walker Curry, 328 North Main Street . . . Surgery Curran Bertram Earle, Wallace Building Surgery James Wilkinson Jervey, Jervey- Jordan Building Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology Leland Osgood Mauldin, 502 Petigru Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Thaddeus Benjamin Reeves, 324 North Main Street . Surgery GeorgeT. Tyler, Jr., 711 East North Street .... Surgery Orangeburg Charles Arden Mobley, 25 West Glover Street . . . Surgery Spartanburg Hugh R. Black, 509 Allen and Law Building .... Surgery Benjamin B. Steedly, Steedly ' s Private Hospital . . . Surgery Rock Hill W. W. Fcnnell Surgery William B. Ward, Fennell Infirmary Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 225 SOUTH DAKOTA Aberdeen John Francis Adams, 114 South Main Street .... Surgery R. D. Alvvay, 423 South Lincoln Street Ophth., EJiinol., Oto-Laryngology William Davidson Farrell, Wells Block . . Surgery, Obstetrics Hiram Irving King Surgery Charles Edward McCauley, Citizens Bank Building . . Surgery Robert L. Murdy, 102 1 South Washington Street . . Surgery Jesse D. Whiteside, 416 Citizens Bank Building . . . Surgery Brookings Burtis T. Green, Bradbury Building Surgery Chamberlain Frederick Treon, Scotts Building Surgery Dead WOOD Alfred George Allen, Waite Building Surgery Frank Stewart Howe, Black Hills Bank Building . . Surgery Thomas W. MoflStt, Martin and Mason Block . . . Surgery Dell Rapids Martin Melvin Grove Surgery Flandreau Frederick Angier Spafiford Surgery Hot Springs Charles William Hargens, River View Boulevard . . Surgery Huron Lorenzo Nelson Grosvenor, 378 Dakota Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology John C. Shirley, Masonic Temple Building .... Surgery Lead Francis Edgar Clough, 214 Prospect Avenue .... Surgery John W. Freeman, 514 West Main Street .... Surgery Arthur S. Jackson, 8 Main Street Surgery Madison Daniel Sparks Baughman, 100 Egan Avenue, South . . Surgery Mitchell Byron A. Bobb, 723 West 4th Avenue Surgery Edward William Jones, 214 Mitchell Realty Building . Surgery 226 American College of Surgeons SOUTH DAKOTA — Continued MOBKIDGE GranviUe Howard Twining Surgery PlERSE Theodore F. Riggs Surgery Rapid City George I. Kheiralla Surgery Frederick Walter Minty, 609 Main Street .... Surgery Joseph M. Walsh .... Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Sioux Falls Gilbert G. Cottam, 800 Sioux Falls National Bank Btiilding Surgery Leslie Grant Hill, 14th Street and Main Avenue Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Edwin Lucien Perkins, 301 South Minnesota Avenue Obstetrics, Gynecology Edmund D. Putnam, 300 East 21st Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frank Israel Putnam, 104 East 20th Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Roy G. Stevens, Sioux Falls Clinic Surgery Watertown Anders Einar Johnson, 317 2nd Street, S. W. Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Yankton Silas Matthew Hohf, Clinic Building Surgery Frank Conger Smith, 307 Walnut Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology TENNESSEE Chattanooga George Manning Ellis, 515 Volunteer Building .... Surgery Hampton Lansden Fancher, James Building .... Surgery John Bunyan Haskins, 605 Volunteer Building . . . Surgery Edward Dunbar Newell, Newell and Newell Sanitarium Surgery Edward T. Newell, 707 Walnut Street Surgery Raymond Wallace, Hamilton National Bank Building . Surgery George Richard West, 626 Volunteer Building . . Gynecology John S. B. Woolford, 602 Georgia Avenue .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 227 TENNESSEE — Continued Greeneville Claude P. Fox, 125 Charles Street Surgery Jackson Jere Lawrence Crook, no West Baltimore Street . . Surgery Alexander Brown Dancy, First National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Knoxville Herbert AcuflF, 425 West Clinch Avenue Surgery Victor D. HoUoway, 609 Walnut Street Surgery Albert G. Kern, 607 Walnut Street Surgery John H. Kincaid, 421 West Church Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology S. R. Miller, 406 West Church Avenue Surgery Memphis John Chambers Ayers, 1601 Exchange Building Obstetrics, Gynecology William Thomas Black, 620 Exchange Building . . Surgery Julian Baker Blue, 1224 Exchange Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Britt Bums, Porter Bviilding Surgery W. C. Campbell, 869 Madison Avenue . . Orthopedic Surgery Joseph A. Crisler, Exchange Building Surgery Edward C. Ellett, Exchange Building .... Ophthalmology Pope McG. Farrington, 1728 Exchange Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Elmer Ellsworth Francis, 1701 Central Bank Building . Surgery M. Goltman, Memphis Trust Building Surgery Frank Graham, 57 North Bellevue Avenue . . . Gynecology Louis Wardlaw Haskell, Bank of Commerce Building Surgery David M. Henning, 624 Exchange Building .... Surgery Eugene Michel Holder, Bank of Commerce Building . Surgery John L. Jelks, 805 Union and Planters Bank Building Surgery, Proctology Louis Levy, Bank of Conmierce Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology A. C. Lewis, 1224 Exchange Bviilding . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology George R. Livermore, Exchange Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Battle Malone, Exchange Bvulding Surgery Robin Ferguson Mason, 200 Bank of Commerce Building Surgery 228 American College of Surgeons TENNESSEE — Continued Memphis — Continued John M. Maury, 720 Bank of Commerce Building Gynecology Oswald Stuart McCown, Bank of Commerce Building . Urology John L. McGehee, 1705 Central Bank Building . . . Surgery Richmond McKinney, Bank of Commerce Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James L. Minor, Bank of Commerce Building Ophthalmology Edward Dana Mitchell, Bank of Commerce Building . Surgery Moore Moore, Jr., Bank of Commerce Building . Gynecology Robert L. Sanders, 702 Goodwyn Institute Building Surgery Raphael Eustace Semmes, 1250 Bank of Commerce Building Surgery W. Likely Simpson, 601 Exchange Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frank David Smythe, Exchange Building .... Surgery James B. Stanford, Exchange Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology W. W. Taylor, 1422 Exchange Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Percy W. Toombs, 319 South Dudley Street Gynecology, Obstetrics James Albert Vaughan, Exchange Building .... Surgery Nashville Richard Alexander Barr, 800 19th Avenue, South . . Surgery Perry Bromberg, 510 Jackson Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery W. A. Bryan, Doctors Building Surgery Lucius Edward Burch, Doctors Building Surgery Robert Caldwell, 510 Jackson Building Surgery Eldred B. Cayce, 301 Hitchcock Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Charles N. Cowden, 347 Doctors Building . . . Gynecology Marvin McTyeire Cullom, 208 Hitchcock Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology William Clarence Dixon, 216 Doctors Building . . . Surgery Duncan Eve, Eve Building Surgery Duncan Eve, Jr., 7th Avenue and Church Street . . Surgery William O. Floyd, 706 Church Street Surgery Rufus E. Fort, 303 7th Avenue, North Surgery Joseph F. Gallagher, 306 Jackson Building .... Surgery William D. Haggard, 706 Church Street Surgery James W. Handly, 714 Independent Life Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 229 TENNESSEE — Continued Nashville — Continued W. M. McCabe, Doctors Building .... Thomas D. McKinney, 304 Doctors Building Thomas George Pollard, Doctors Building Alpheus Leslie Sharber, 301 Jackson Building Stanley Ross Teachout, 212 Eve Building Holland McTyeire Tigert, 142 7th Avenue, North H. Wood, Independent Life Building . . . Ophth., Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Gynecology Laryngology TEXAS Amarillo R. S. Killough, 203 Blackburn Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Abram F. Lumpkin, Smith Building Surgery George T. Thomas, Smith Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Austin Morris H. Boerner, Scarbrough Building Ophth., Rldnol., Oto-Laryngology Joseph Gilbert, 320 Scarbrough Building Surgery Sam N. Key, 320 Littlefield Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology John C. Thomas, 326 Littlefield Building Surgery Joe Sil Wooten, 107 East loth Street Surgery B ELTON Ambrose Burdett Grain, II 2 Central Avenue . . . Surgery Brown WOOD Luke Pryor Allison, 204 Center Avenue ... . . Surgery CORSICANA Isaac Newton Suttle, 2i6 North Beaton Street . . Surgery CUERO John W. Burns Surgery Guilford M. Duckworth, Buchel Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Dallas Joseph W. Bourland, 525 Wilson Building . Surgery, Obstetrics Eugene R. Carpenter, Southwestern Life Building . . Otology Edward Henry Gary, Southwestern Life Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology 230 American College of Surgeons TEXAS — Continued Dallas — Continued Wilson Thompson Davidson, 403 Municipal Building . Surgery Henry B. Decherd, 3708 Rawlins Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Harold Medori Doolittle, 4105 Live Oak Street . . . Surgery Elbert Dunlap, 304 Southwestern Life Building . . Gynecology Charles Watts Flynn, 704 Wilson Building .... Surgery Garfield MrCoy Hackler, 303 Southwester n Life Building Surgery Mark E. Lott, 414 Wilson Bxiilding Surgery J. O. McReynolds, Dallas County State Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Samuel Edwin Milliken, Westminster Building . . . Surgery Lee M. Nance, 305 Southwestern Life Building . . Gynecology Edwin J. Reeves, 3614 Lemmon Avenue Retired Joseph A. Robertson, 918 Dallas County State Bank Building Surgery Charles M. Rosser, 4002 Gaston Avenue Surgery Jesse Bedford Shelmire, Southwestern Life Building . . Surgery William W. Shortal, Linz Building Surgery Andrew B. Small, 4942 Live Oak Street Surgery John B. Smoot, 523 Wilson Building Surgery Sam Webb, Jr., 3712 Alice Circle .... Orthopedic Surgery Robert Sherod Yancey, 422 Wilson Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Denton James M. Inge, Inge Building Surgery Electra Ralph E. Weller Surgery El Paso W. Launcelot Brown, 404 Roberts-Banner Building . . Surgery Hugh W. Crouse, 504 Roberts-Banner Building . . . Surgery Felix Ferryman Miller, 514 Martin Building .... Surgery Robert Lee Ramey, 509 Two Republics Building . . Surgery Harry Hinkle Stark, 301 Roberts-Banner Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James Vance, 314 Mills Building Surgery Louis G. Witherspoon, 314 Roberts-Banner Building . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 231 TEXAS — Continued Ennis Jacob Edward Gilcreest, Baylor Street . . . . Gynecology Fort Worth Frank Cooke Beall, 703 Lamar Street Surgery Frank Douglas Boyd, F. and M. National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ira Carleton Chase, Texas State Bank Building . . . Surgery Alden Coflfey, Moore Building Surgery William A. Duringer, 205 Fort Worth Club Building . Surgery William C. Duringer, 205 Fort Worth Club Building . Surgery Charles Houston Harris, 1028 5th Avenue .... Surgery Clay Johnson, 6th and Lamar Streets Surgery J ohn H. McLean, Fort Worth Club Building . . . Gynecology Bacon Saunders, 704 Flatiron Building Surgery Roy F. Saunders, 704 Flatiron Building Surgery William Robert Thompson, Fort Worth National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Samuel A. Woodward, 406 Flatiron Bviilding . . . Gynecology Galveston WUliam Gammon, Tremont Hotel Surgery G. H. Lee, American National Insurance Building . Gynecology Seth M. Morris, American National Insurance Building Ophth., Otology Albert Olin Singleton, American National Insurance Building Surgery James Edwin Thompson, 3224 Broadway Surgery Greenville Joseph Daniel Becton Surgery Houston Charles Marion Aves, Humble Oil and Refining Company Building Surgery Frank L. Barnes, 1408 RosaUe Avenue Surgery Ernst William Bertner, 411 Carter Building .... Surgery Belle Constant Eskridge, 902 Dallas Avenue .... Surgery John H. Foster, Kress Medical Building Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charles Campbell Green, 411 Carter Building . . . Surgery H. C. Haden, 913 Union National Bank Building Ophthalmology Gavin Hamilton, 610 Scanlan Building Surgery 232 American College of Surgeons TEXAS — Continued Houston — Continued Reuben Morgan Hargrove, Humble Building .... Surgery James A. Hill, Scanlan Building Surgery A. Philo Howard, Kress Medical Building .... Surgery Harold L. D. Kirkham, 735 Kress Medical Building Surgery Robert White Knox, 6B Beaconsfield Apartments . . Surgery J. Allen Kyle, 402 Carter Buildin ' g Surgery Sidney M. Lister, 402 Carter Building Surgery John Thomas Moore, 431 Kress Medical Building Surgery Oscar L. Norsworthy, 3015 Main Street .... Gynecology Ira E. Pritchett, 631 Kress Medical Building .... Surgery Wallace Ralston, Kress Medical Building . . Ophthalmology Judson Ludwell Taylor, Scanlan Building Surgery W. Burton Thorning, Kress Medical Building . . . Surgery Benjamin W. Turner, 705 Scanlan Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery HUNTSVILLE John William Thomason, 1207 Avenue J Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Kerrville William Lee Secor Surgery Marshall Rogers Cocke, io6 East Austin Street Surgery MroLAND John B. Thomas, Llano Building Surgery PALESnNE E. B. Parsons, International and Great Northern Railroad Hospital Surgery Paris Lorenzo P. McCuistion, 215 Bonham Street .... Surgery San Angelo Jesse S. Hixson, Central National Bank Building . . Surgery San Antonio Theodore B. Askew, 319 Moore Building . . . Oto-Laryngology James Hall Bell, 319 Moore Building .... Ophthalmology Jules L. A. Braunnagel, 212 City Street Surgery John H. Burleson, Central Trust Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 233 TEXAS — Continued San Antonio — Continued Samuel Preston Cunningham, 714 Gibbs Building . . Surgery Adolph Herff, 312 Avenue C Surgery Ferdinand Peter Herff, 707 Central Trust Building . . Surgery Francis Marion Hicks, 203 Hicks Building .... Surgery Harry McC. Johnson, 801 Central Trust Building Genito-Urinary Surgery Byron F. Kingsley, Hicks Building Surgery Robert E. Moss, Hicks Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frank Paschal, Hicks Building Surgery Witten Booth Russ, Central Trust Building .... Surgery Charles Scott Venable, 801 Central Trust Building . . Surgery Ferdinand C. Walsh, Moore Building . . Genito-Urinary Surgery William M. Wolf, Central Trust Building .... Surgery Sherman E. J. Neathery, Merchants and Planters Bank Building Surgery Temple George V. Brindley, Temple Sanitarium Surgery John S. McCelvey, Temple State Bank Building . . Surgery George Street McReynolds, Temple State Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Lewis William PoUok, Temple State Bank Building . . Surgery Arthur CarroU Scott, 6 West French Avenue . . . Surgery Marcel Wesley Sherwood, 704 South 3rd Street . . . Surgery James Madison Woodson, Monroe and nth Streets Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Texarkana Spencer Allen CoUom, 621 State Street Surgery Preston Hunt Surgery Tyler Irvin Pope, 112 South Bois d ' Arc Avenue Ophth., Rliinol., Oto-Laryngology Waco Robert J. Alexander, 1003 Amicable Building . . . Surgery Horace Taylor Aynesworth, 1307 Amicable Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Kenneth Hazen Aynesworth, 315 North 12th Street Surgery Charles Ernest Collins, Providence Sanitarium . . . Surgery I 234 American College of Surgeons TEXAS — Continued Waco — Continued Herschel Frank Connally, 2223 Calcard Street . . . Surgery William L. Crosthwait, 803 Amicable Building . . . Surgery Howard R. Dudgeon, 2200 Gorman Street .... Surgery James Wyatt Hale, 1520 Washington Street .... Surgery Yoakum James D. Gray, Neumann Building Surgery YORKTOWN George Washington Allen, Jr., Main Street .... Surgery UTAH Ogden Robert S. Joyce, Eccles Building Surgery Edward I. Rich, First National Bank Building . . . Surgery Ezra C. Rich, 2650 Washington Avenue Surgery Provo J. W. Aird, 65 East 2nd South Street Surgery Frederick W. Taylor, 147 South University Avenue . . Surgery Salt Lake City Samuel C. Baldwin, 316 McCornick Building Orthopedic Surgery Francis S. Bascom, 815 Boston Building Surgery Augustus C. Behle, 512 Judge Building Surgery John F. Critchlow, The Bransford Surgery Robert R. Hampton, 806 Boston Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Andrew Jackson Hosmer, 162 13th East Street . Surgery Edwin Manson Neher, 806 Boston Building . . Ophthalmology Samuel H. Pinkerton, Desert News Building .... Surgery Franklin H. Raley, Boston Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Ralph T. Richards, 1 1 II Walker Bank Building . . . Surgery Emerson Frank Root, 430 Judge Building .... Surgery Frederick Stauffer, 81 ist Avenue . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Joseph E. Tyree, Walker Bank Building Surgery Tooele Joseph Allen Phipps, 63 Main Street Surgery fr Geographical List of Fellows 235 VERMONT Bellows Falls William F. Hazelton, 97 Westminster Street .... Surgery Brattleboro George Riley Anderson, Brooks House Surgery Burlington Lyman Allen, 288 Main Street Surgery Edmund T. Brown, 30 Church Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Patrick Eugene McSweeney, 37 Elm wood Avenue . . Surgery CMord A. Pease, 301 College Street Surgery George Millar Sabin, 244 Main Street Surgery Henry Grain Tinkham, 46 North Winooski Avenue . . Surgery W. W. Townsend, Y. M. C. A. Building Genito-Urinary Surgery M. C. Twitchell, 162 College Street . Ophth., Otc-Laryngology John Brooks Wheeler, 210 Pearl Street . . . . . Surgery MONTPELIER Charles Porter Chandler, 43 State Street Surgery Rutland George G. Marshall, Grj hon Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Stickney, 37 North Main Street Surgery St. Albans Alan Davidson, 39 Bank Street Surgery St. Johnsbury John Milton Allen, 24 Railroad Street Surgery C. A. Cramton, 29 Main Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Charlotte Fairbanks, 24 Main Street . . . . . Gynecology W. G. Ricker, 29 Main Street . Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edward Harlan Ross, 10 Chiurch Street Surgery VIRGINIA Abingdon James Coleman Motley Surgery Alexandria Martin Donohue Delaney, 131 North Washington Street Surgery Samuel Broders Moore, 811 Prince Street . . Surgery, Obstetrics 236 American College of Surgeons VIRGINIA — Continued Charlottesville R. F. Compton, 103 East Market Street Ophlh., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William H. Goodwin, University of Virginia .... Surgery Halstead S. Hedges, 104 East Market Street . . Ophth., Otology Clifton Forge Benjamin B. Wheeler, 63 Alleghany Street .... Surgery Hampton Harry Dresser Howe, 176 Victoria Avenue .... Surgery Lynchburg Don Preston Peters, 13 1 5 Church Street Surgery Newport News Joseph Thomas Buxton, The Marlborough .... Surgery J. Kennedy Corss, 3214 West Avenue Surgery Clarence Porter Jones, 31 17 West Avenue Ophlh., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Norfolk Charles J. Andrews, 512 Taylor Building . Obstetrics, Gynecology Israel Brown, 631 Boisse vain Avenue Surgery Charles W. Doughtie, 512 Taylor Building .... Surgery Wilson E. Driver, 225 Granby Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Edward Everard Feild, 512 Taylor Building . Orthopedic Surgery Stanley H. Graves, 109 College Place Surgery Lomax Gwathmey, 220 Freemason Street .... Surgery Edward T. Hargrave, 311 Taylor Building .... Surgery B. R. Kennon, Taylor Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Everett A. Land, Taylor Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Burnley Lankford, 246 Freemason Street, West . . . Obstetrics Southgate Leigh, 109 College Place Surgery Philip St. L. Moncure, Taylor Building Surgery H. L. Myers, Taylor Building . Ophlh., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Levi Old, Taylor Building Surgery Robert Lee Payne, Tazewell Building Surgery Julian Lamar Rawls, 142 Main Street Surgery Kirkland Ruffin, i loi Graydon Avenue Surgery Edward C. S. Taliaferro, 618 New Monroe Building Gynecology J. Warren White, 629 Monroe Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 237 VIRGINIA — Continued Phoebus G. K. Vanderslice, Mellen Street and Willard Avenue . Surgery Portsmouth Charles Holdsworth Barlow, 600 Court Street Surgery, Obstetrics Joseph D. Collins, 314 Court Street Surgery Richmond Greer Baughman, 26 North Laurel Street .... Obstetrics Karl S. Blackwell, 501 FrankHn Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert C. Bryan, 401 West Grace Street . Claude C. Coleman, Professional Building Roy Clyde Fravel, 1000 West Grace Street . Emmette Trible Gatewood, Professional Building Rhinol James William Henson, 405 Allen Avenue John Shelton Horsley, 617 West Grace Street Frank S. Johns, 601 East Franklin Street G. Paul LaRoque, 603 East Grace Street . Henry Stuart MacLean, 401 West Grace Street Stuart McGuire, 513 East Grace Street William F. Mercer, 1006 West Franklin Street Ophth., Rhinol Stuart Michaux, Stuart Circle Hospital . Clifton M. Miller, Stuart Circle Hospital . Ophth William Tell Oppenheimer, 321 West Grace Street W. Lowndes Peple, 1209 West Franklin Street Charles R. Robins, Stuart Circle Hospital Achille Murat Willis, Professional Building Robert Herbert Wright, 316 East Franklin Street Ophth., Rhinol ROANES Henry D. Beyea Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Gynecology , Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery , Oto-Laryngology Retired Roanoke Sparrell S. Gale, Roanoke Street and Luck Avenue . . Surgery John R. Garrett, Strickland Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Harry B. Stone, MacBain Bvdlding . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Hugh Henry Trout, 1303 Franklin Road Surgery William R. Whitman, Roanoke Street and Luck Avenue . Surgery 238 American College of Surgeons VIRGINIA — Continued Staunton Richard Phillips Bell, Professional Building .... Surgery Marshall John Payne, 220 West Frederick Street . . Surgery University George T. Harrison, University of Virginia Gynecology, Obstetrics Stephen H. Watts, University of Virginia .... Surgery Winchester Philip Williams Boyd, 4 South Main Street .... Surgery Hunter H. McGuire, 105 Nortli Braddock Street Ophth., Olo-Laryngology WASHINGTON Aberdeen George E. Chamberlain, Electric Building .... Surgery Bellingham Hays A. Compton, Fischer Building Surgery W. D. Kirkpatrick, Bellingham National Bank Building Surgery J. Reid Morrison Surgery A. Macrae Smith, Bellingham National Bank Building . Surgery Frank J. Van Kirk, Bellingham National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Everett William Columbus Cox, 410 American Bank Building . Surgery Henry Pope Howard, 410 American Bank Building . . Surgery William F. West, American Bank Building .... Surgery HOQUIAM George Hurley, Medical Building Surgery Mt. Vernon Rufus J. Cassel, First National Bank Building . . . Surgery Harry Thornton D ' Arc, Stevenson Building .... Surgery Olyupia John Wilson Mowell, Columbia Building Surgery Seattle Frederick William Adams, Roosevelt Clinic Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Harry Eugene Allen, 505 Cobb Building Surgery Frederick Bentley, 404 Cobb Building . . . Ophthalmology Geographical List of Fellows 239 WASHINGTON — Continued Seattle — Continued Albert Irving Bouffleur, mo White Building . . . Surgery Hubbard Thomas Buckner, 508 Cobb Building . . . Surgery Arthur Edwin Burns, 619 Cobb Building . . . Ophth., Otology Francis M. Carroll, Burke Building . . Gynecology, Obstetrics E. Frank Chase, 1007 Cobb Building . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederic Huntington Coerr, 759 Harvard Avenue, North Surgery Clinton T. Cooke, 817 Summit Avenue . . . Ophthalmology Lewis R. Dawson, Northern Life Building Gynecology, Obstetrics J. Thomas Bowling, iioi Terry Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Homer D. Dudley, 403 Cobb Building Surgery James Beaty Eagleson, 902 Boren Avenue . . . ' . Surgery Bruce Elmore, Roosevelt Clinic Surgery Fred J. Fassett, 1155 Empire Building . . Orthopedic Surgery Robert D. Forbes, 908 Cobb Building . . . . . Surgery Charles Bickham Ford, 908 Boren Avenue . . , . Gynecology Charlton Edward Hagyard, 407 Lumber Exchange Building Surgery Stuart V. R. Hooker, 455 Empire Building .... Surgery Frank Lappin Horsfall, Roosevelt Clinic Surgery G eorge Monroe Horton, 1 106 Cobb Building .... Surgery John Hunt, 919 Cobb Building Surgery Nils A. Johanson, 411 Cobb Building Surgery Everett O. Jones, 508 Cobb Building Surgery Walter Kelton, Empire Building Surgery L. H. Klemptner, 310 Cobb Building . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology O. F. Lamson, 705 Broadway Surgery Adolph O. Loe, 211 Cobb Building ...;.. Surgery John A. MacKinnon, Alaska Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology J. Tate Mason, 1220 Federal Avenue Surgery Frank Theodore Maxson, 621 Lumber Exchange Building Surgery Mark Ward McKinney, 621 Lumber Exchange Building Surgery George N. McLoughlin, II 14 Boylston Avenue . . . Surgery SaxeW. Mowers, loi I Cobb Building Surgery Richard J. O ' Shea, Cobb Building . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Don H. Palmer, 619 Lumber Exchange Building . . . Surgery Ivan A. Parry, 964 Empire Building Surgery 24© American College of Surgeons WASHINGTON — Continued Seattle — Continued Richard Wilbert Perry, 8ii American Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology G. S. Peterkin, 1105 Cobb Building Urology Hiram M. Read, 2009 31st Avenue, South .... Surgery William C. Riddell, 317 Lumber Exchange Building Obstetrics, Gynecology Walter Karl Seelye, 806 American Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology William A. Shannon, Cobb Building Surgery Caspar Wistar Sharpies, Burke BvilJiding Surgery Harry A. Shaw, Arcade Building Surgery William C. Speidel, 519 Cobb Building Surgery Hamilton Stillson, Seaboard Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Milton G. Sturgis, 514 Harvard Avenue, North . . . Surgery George W. Swift, 817 Summit Avenue .... Ophthalmology Gordon G. Thompson, 505 Cobb Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Allison T. Wanamaker, 817 Summit Avenue RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Fenton B. Whiting, 316 Cobb Building Surgery Park Weed Willis, 1256 Empire Building Surgery Sherald F. Wiltsie, Cobb Building Surgery Harry V. Wurdemann, 709 Cobb Building Ophth., RIiinoL, Oto-Laryngology E. Weldon Young, 816 Cobb Building Surgery Spokane Oliver T. Batcheller, 508 Old National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Stephen D. Brazeau, 318 Old National Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Thomas L. Catterson, 2025 4th Avenue Surgery A. T. R. Cunningham, 501 Old National Bank Building Surgery Charles McClure Doland, 303 Spokane and Eastern Trust Building Surgery Charles F. Eikenbary, 702 Paulsen Building . Orthopedic Surgery William S.Frost, 807 Paulsen Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Geographical List of Fellows 241 WASfflNGTON — Continued Spokane — Continued Ronald A. Greene, 517 Old National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Scott Bruce Hopkins, 204 Fernwell Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Arthur C. Johnson, 818 Pavilsen Building Surgery Samuel E. Lambert, 401 Old National Bank Building , Surgery Henry B. Luhn, Spokane and Eastern Trust Bviilding . Surgery A. Aldridge Matthews, 721 Paulsen Building .... Surgery Edward R. Northrop, 417 Paulsen Building .... Surgery James Lee Rogers, 318 Old National Bank Building Ophth., Oto-Laryngology James Sutherland, 604 Old National Bank Building . . Surgery C. A. Veasey, 404 Paulsen Building . . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Herbert Edward Wheeler, Fernwell Building .... Surgery Tacoma H. S. Argue, 817 National Realty Building . Urology, Surgery Ivan Petroflf Balabanoflf, 415 Fidelity Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William Gooderham Cameron, 1404 National Realty Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Edgar F. Dodds, Perkins Building .... B. H. Foreman, Perkins Building .... William N. Keller, National Realty Building . John B. McNerthney, 1009 FideHty Building . Wilmot Deleo Read, Tacoma Clinic Horace J. Whitacre, 704 St. Helens Avenue . Harry G. Willard, 1614 Puget Sound Bank Building James R. Yocom, Perkins Building . . . . , I Walla Walla George Corbin Bryan, 217 Baker Building .... Surgery John Cushman L5anan, 217 Baker Building .... Surgery Frank Crawford Robinson, 401 Baker-Boyer Bank Building Surgery, Obstetrics Ellsworth E. Shaw, 713 Baker Building Surgery Bert Thomas, Drumheller Building Surgery Wenatchee Russell T. Congdon Surgery 242 American College of Surgeons WASHINGTON — Continued Yakima Alfred Joseph Helton, 406 Masonic Temple .... Surgery Cornelius J. Lynch, 216 Miller Building Surgery James Frederick Scott, 216 Miller Building .... Surgery James R. Thompson, 322 Miller Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Edmund S West, 306 Miller Building Surgery WEST VIRGINIA Bluefield J. Francke Fox Surgery Charles Matthew Scott, 53 Bland Street Surgery Charles Tiffany St. Clair, Bland and Ramsey Streets Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Wade Hampton St. Clair, 204 Ramsey Street . . . Surgery BUCKHANNON Lloyd H. Forman, 49 South Florida Street .... Surgery Charleston John Egerton Cannaday, Kanawha Banking and Trust Building Surgery Vincent T. Churchman, Professional Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Peter Allen Haley, 1582 Virginia Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Hugh G. Nicholson, 330 Professional Building Surgery G. C. Schoolfield, Morrison Building Surgery Benjamin H. Swint, Coyle and Richardson Building . Surgery Clarksburg Chester R. Ogden, Main and 2nd Streets Surgery Elkins Arthur Parker Butt, 209 Randolph Avenue .... Surgery William Wolfe Golden Surgery HiNTON Oswald O. Cooper, 315 Temple Street Surgery Huntington Heruy Drury Hatfield, 1550 sth Avenue Surgery J. Ross Hunter, 305 First National Bank Building . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 243 WEST VIRGINIA — Continued Huntington — Continued Thomas Waterman Moore, 204 First National Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert J. Wilkinson, Chesapeake and Ohio Hospital . Surgery Keyser C. S. Hoffman, 60 Davis Street Surgery Martinsburg Theodore Kensell Gates, no North Raleigh Street . . Surgery Morgantown Irvin Hardy, Willy and Prospect Streets Surgery Welch Charles F. Hicks Surgery Wheeling Gregory Ackermann, 2319 Chapline Street .... Surgery Joseph R. Caldwell, Wheeling Steel Corporation Building Surgery Robert U. Drinkard, Wheeling Steel Corporation Building Surgery Ivan Fawcett, Wheeling Steel Corporation Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology WilUam Stewart Fvdton, i6th and Market Streets . . Surgery Frank LeMoyne Hupp, 61 14th Street Surgery Robert Jeffrey Reed, 100 1 2th Street Surgery Jacob Schwinn, 56 14th Street Surgery WISCONSIN Appleton Victor F. Marshall, 587 Appleton Street ..... Surgery George Nathaniel Pratt, 801 College Avenue .... Surgery Ashland John M. Dodd, 619 West 3rd Street Surgery Beloit William Judson Allen, 401 East Grand Avenue . . . Surgery Eau Claire John Van Reed Lyman, Opera House Block .... Surgery Hans Christian Ulrik Midelfart, 343 Gilbert Avenue . Surgery J. Fletcher Robinson, Opera House Block Surgery 244 American College of Surgeons WISCONSIN — Continued Fond du Lac Stephen Edward Gavin, 38 South Main Street Charles W. Leonard, 72 South Main Street . Ernest Vernon Smith, 39 South Main Street . David James Twohig, 11 North Main Street . Frank S. Wiley, 39 South Main Street . . Green Bay William H. Bartran, 109 East Walnut Street . . . Ralph Merle Carter, Bellin Building William Edward Fairfield, 805 South Monroe Avenue William Webber Kelly, Bellin Building .... Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Janesville Thomas Walter Nuzum, 225 West Milwaukee Street . Surgery William Henry Palmer, 407 Jackman Building . . . Surgery John Frank Pember, 225 West Milwaukee Street . . Surgery Frank W. Van Kirk, 225 Milton Avenue .... Gynecology La Crosse William E. Bannen, State Bank Building . . . Surgery, Urology John A. L. Bradfield, State Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Edward Evans, State Bank Building Surgery Adolf Gundersen, 1509 King Street Surgery Matthew A, McGarty, State Bank Building .... Surgery Madison Samuel R. Boyce, 105 Monona Avenue Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James P. Dean, 29 East Main Street Surgery Joseph Dean, Jr., 29 East Main Street Surgery Corydon G. Dwight, 113 West Washington Avenue Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Philip Reginald Fox, 21 North Pinckney Street . . . Surgery Reginald Henry Jackson, no North Hamilton Street Surgery Thomas William Tormey, Gay Building Surgery Marinette Maurice D. Bird, 520 Main Street Surgery Marshfield Karl Doege, West 3rd Street and Central Avenue . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 245 WISCONSIN — Continued Milwaukee J. A. Bach, 409 Wells Building . Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Nelson M. Black, Wells Building Ophth., RJiinol., Oto-Laryngology Max Bornstein, 79 Wisconsin Street Surgery George N. Brazeau, 819 Majestic Building , . Ophthalmology George Van Ingen Brown, 445 Milwaukee Street . Oral Surgery Horace Manchester Brown, 311 Prospect Avenue . . Surgery Vernon A. Chapman, Wells Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Ernest Copeland, 141 Wisconsin Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Carl H, Davis, 141 Wisconsin Street . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Curtis A. Evans, 809 Wells Building Surgery Matthew N. Federspiel, 695 Astor Street .... Oral Surgery FiMp A. Forsbeck, 121 Wisconsin Street Surgery Frederick J, Gaenslen, 141 Wisconsin Street . Orthopedic Surgery Harry Greenberg, Caswell Block Surgery William E. Grove, 1330 Wells Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Dennis J. Hayes, 1014 Majestic Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery H. B. Hitz, 309 Goldsmith Building . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Gustavus Ingomar Hogue, 410 Jeflferson Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Arthur Tenney Holbrook, 612 Kenwood Boulevard . . Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Hjorleifur T. Kristjanson, 611 Wells Building . . William F. Malone, 511 Caswell Block .... Bernard Francis McGrath, Marquette University Francis B. McMahon, 120 Wisconsin Street . Alexander Montgomery, 211 Grand Avenue . Lewis G. Nolte, Senn ' s Block . Franz Pfister, 1404 Majestic Building .... Oto-Laryngology Arthur J. Puis, 400 First National Bank Building . Gynecology Edward W. Quick, 502 Wells Building Surgery Herman Reineking, 3024 Wells Street Surgery Philip Fletcher Rogers, 307 Grand Avenue .... Surgery Robert George Sayle, 710 Merchants and Manufacturers Bank Building Surgery G. E. Seaman, 141 Wisconsin Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Stanley Joseph Seeger, 809 Wells Building .... Surgery Harry A. Sifton, 519 Astor Street Surgery 246 American College of Surgeons WISCONSIN — Continued Milwaukee — Continued Frederick Alexander Stratton, 611 Wells Building . Surgery William C. F. Witte, 1203 Majestic Building .... Surgery John Lawrence Yates, 141 Wisconsin Street .... Surgery Charles Zimmermann, 428 Jefferson Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology OSHKOSH Leighton Pine Allen, 19 Jefferson Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Burton Clark, 420 Algoma Street Surgery Clarendon J. Combs, 19 Jefferson Avenue .... Surgery F. Gregory Connell, 19 Jefferson Avenue Surgery Platteville Wilson Cunningham Surgery Portage Byron C. Meacher, John Graham Building .... Surgery Ractne Erick von Buddenbrock, 301 6th Street . . . . Surgery Sheboygan Otto B. Bock, 925 North 8th Street Surgery Arthur E. Center, 1028 North 7th Street Surgery Sparta Lawrence H. Prince Retired Stevens Point Carl von Neupert, Jr., 412 Church Street Surgery Superior William Edwin Ground, Board of Trade Building . . Surgery Anders G. Hovde, Board of Trade Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Richard C. Smith, 407 Board of Trade Building . Ophthalmology Two Rivers Albert M. Farrell, 17th and Washington Streets . . . Surgery Wausau Richard W. Jones, 301 3rd Street Surgery Joseph Franklin Smith, 605 3rd Street Surgery Lee M. Willard, 520 3rd Street . Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Larytigology Wisconsin Rapids Oscar N. Mortenscn, Citizen ' s National Bank Building . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 247 WYOMING Basin Chester Ellis Harris, Pioneer Building Surgery Herbert Taylor Harris, Pioneer Building Surgery Casper Homer RialeLathrop, 113 East 2nd Street .... Surgery Cheyenne Frederick Louis Beck, 408 Hynds Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology George Leslie Strader, Hynds Building . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Rock Springs Oliver Chambers, First National Bank Building . . . Surgery Thermopolis Albert G. Hamilton, 5th Street and Broadway . . . Surgery CANAL ZONE Ancon Troy W. Earhart, Ancon Hospital Surgery HAWAII Honolulu James Robert Judd, 163 Beretania Street Surgery John Christopher O ' Day, 45 Young Building .... Surgery Frank Lawrence Putnam, Young Hotel Surgery PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Manila Frank Wilbum Dudley, St. Paul ' s Hospital .... Surgery James Walker Smith, 25 Pinpin Surgery PORTO RICO Caguas Alexander Giol Texidor, 3 Munoz Rivera Street . . . Surgery San Juan Jacmto Aviles, 23 State Street Surgery Walter Ashley Glines, 45 Allen Street Surgery 248 American College of Surgeons DOMINION OF CANADA ALBERTA Calgary Reginald Burton Deane, Alexander Comer . Orthopedic Surgery Hatty Alexander Gibson, 216 6th Avenue, West . . . Surgery William E. Graham, Herald Block Surgery John Nisbet Gunn, 309 Herald Block Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William Hackney, Herald Block . Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology William A. Lincoln, 515 Herald Block Surgery Ludwig Stewart Mackid, 220 6th Avenue, East . . . Surgery Daniel Stewart Macnab, 209 Herald Block .... Surgery John Sinclair McEachern, 200 Maclean Block . . . Surgery Frank Hamilton Mewbum Surgery John Daniel Milne, 205 Grain Exchange Building . . Surgery Robert H. L. O ' Callaghan, 410 Herald Building . . . Surgery John E. Palmer, 501 Maclean Building Urology James W. Richardson, 3 Royal Bank Chambers . . . Surgery D UMHELLER Thomas Robert Ross Surgery Edmonton Edgar W. Allin, 502 McLeod Building Surgery Norman George Allin, 502 McLeod Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Robert G. Brett, Government House Surgery Wil liam N. Condell, 10039 losth Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Leighton C. Conn, 625 Tegler Block Surgery Gordon C. Gray, 320 Tegler Block Surgery Evan Greene, 8231 io6th Street Surgery John D. Harrison, 10033 io6th Street Surgery Howard H. Hepburn, Bank of Montreal Building . . Surgery Malcolm Edward MacKay, 406 McLeod Building . . Surgery Isaac Whitney T. McEachern, 318 Empire Building . Surgery Alexander R. Munroe, 416 McLeod Bviilding . . . Surgery Rodger F. Nicholls, 405 McLeod Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Robert B. Wells, 623 Tegler Block Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Wilfred A. Wilson, 215 McLeod Building .... Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 249 ALBERTA — Continued Lamont Albert E. Archer, King Street Surgery Lethbridge Edward L. Connor, 109 Sherlock Building .... Urology Medicine Hat Frederick William Gershaw, 826 2nd Street .... Surgery Charles E. Smyth, 874 2nd Street Surgery Red Deer Richard Parsons, 171 ist Street, S. E Surgery BRITISH COLUMBIA Cranbrook Frank William Green, Armstrong Avenue .... Surgery Cumberland George Kerr MacNaughton Surgery Fernie S. Bonnell, Walmsley Street Surgery Douglas Corsan, 20 Victoria Avenue Surgery Ernest Lloyd Gamer, 165 Victoria Avenue Urology, Gynecology Kamloops J. Stanley Burns Surgery Kelowna Gordon L. Campbell Surgery William John Knox Surgery New Westminster Edwin J. Rothwell . Surgery North Vancouver Ernest A. Martin, 84 Lonsdale Avenue Surgery Prince Rupert Charles A. Eggert Surgery William T. Kergin, 320 2nd Avenue, West .... Surgery Revelstoke William Henry Sutherland, McKenzie Avenue . . . Surgery SUMMERLAND Frederick W. Andrew Surgery 250 American College of Surgeons BRITISH COLUMBIA — Continued Vancoxjver Robert B. Boucher, 414 Birks Building . . Ophth., Laryngology William B. Burnett, 718 Granville Street .... Gynecology I. Glen Campbell, 736 Granville Street . Ophth., Otology Benjamin H. Champion, 510 Hastings Street, West . . Surgery Robert Crosby, 736 Granville Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Henry M. Cunningham, 106 Birks Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology G. C. Draeseke, 543 Granville Street . Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Edwin H. Funk, 718 Granville Street Surgery James Andrew Gillespie, 718 Granville Street . Surgery George Sinclair Gordon, 127 Vancouver Block , . . Urology Henry B. Gourlay, 543 Granville Street Surgery Colin W. Graham, Birks Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert H. Ker, Vancouver Club Surgery Theodore H. Lennie, 736 Granville Street Surgery Lachlan Macmillan, 538 Broadway, West .... Surgery John J. Mason, 718 Granville Street . . Obstetrics, Gynecology Robert Edward McKechnie, 718 Granville Street . . Surgery William B. McKechnie, Vancouver General Hospital . Surgery William C. McKechnie, 751 Granville Street . . . Gynecology Francis Xavier McPhillips, I loi Burrard Street . . . Surgery Alexander Stewart Monro, 736 Granville Street . . . Surgery Francis John Nicholson, 1826 Nelson Street .... Surgery Frank P. Patterson, Birks Building . . . Orthopedic Surgery Herbert W. Riggs, 470 Granville Street Surgery Austin Birrell Schinbein, 124 Vancouver Block . . . Surgery George E. Seldon, 736 Granville Street Surgery Henry Randolph Storrs, 141 1 i8th Avenue, East . . Surgery James Wolsely Thomson, 112 Vancouver Block . . . Surgery James L. Turnbull, 718 Granville Street .... Gynecology Victoria W. H. K. Anderson, Military District No. 11 Gynecology, Obstetrics William T. Barrett, Union Bank Building .... Surgery Roderick L. Eraser, 1005 Douglas Street Surgery George William Hall Surgery Edward Charles Hart, 643 Courtenay Street .... Surgery Angus W. Kenning Surgery Geographical List of Fellows BRITISH COLUMBIA — Continued 251 Victoria — Continued James Horace King Surgery Forrest Bertram Leeder Surgery Harold Edward Ridewood, Belmont Block .... Surgery Hermann M. Robertson, 1549 Clive Drive .... Surgery James N. Taylor, 1 186 Monterey Avenue Surgery MANITOBA Brandon Wilfred A. Bigelow, Bigelow Clinic Surgery John Sutherland Matheson, 317 5th Street .... Surgery Carman Harry Clarkson Cunningham, Villard Avenue . . . Surgery Winnipeg Percy G. Bell, 1 2 EUesmere Apartments, Carlton Street Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Thomas Herbert B U, 703 Boyd Building . . . Ophthalmology 0. Bjornson, 701 Lindsay Building Obstetrics R. J. Blanchard, 288 Broadway Surgery B. J. Brandson, 701 Lindsey Building Surgery John E. Coulter, 604 Boyd Building Obstetrics Gordon S. Fahmi, 507 Boyd Building Surgery George W. Fletcher, 901 Boyd Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology R. D. Fletcher, 206 Somerset Building Herbert P. H. Galloway, 661 Broadway William A. Gardner, 307 Boyd Building Alexander Gibson, 661 Broadway . James W. Good, 226 Somerset Building James A. Gorrell, 702 Sterling Bank Block John A. Gunn, 922 Somerset Building Jasper Halpenny, 702 Sterling Bank Building T. Glendenning Hamilton, 210 Somerset Block Gerhard Hiebert, 412 Boyd Building . Julius Eduard Lehmann, 606 Boyd Building . Daniel Sayre MacKay, 36 Purcell Avenue Neil John Maclean, 67 Middle Gate Donald F. Mclntyre, 811 Boyd Building . . Genito-Urinary Surgery . Orthopedic Surgery . Orthopedic Surgery . Orthopedic Surgery Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery 252 American College of Surgeons MANITOBA — Continued Winnipeg — Continued Norman K. Mclvor, 601 Boyd Building Surgery F. D. McKenty, 802 Boyd Building . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James McKenty, 410 Sterling Bank Building . . . Surgery John D. McQueen, 8u Boyd Building . Gynecology, Obstetrics Rosslyn B. Mitchell, 811 Boyd Building Obstetrics Orthopedic Surgery Surgery Surgery . Oto-Laryngology Gynecology Angus A. Murray, 514 Boyd Building . William W. Musgrove, 712 Boyd Building William Robson Nichols, 83 Carlton Street S. Willis Prowse, 801 Boyd Building . James Pullar, 286 Kennedy Street . Robert Mills Simpson, 702 Sterling Bank Building , Gynecology W. Harvey Smith, 901 Boyd Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John Orchard Todd, 166 Hargrave Street Surgery Thomas Tumbull, 226 Somerset Block Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Oliver S. Waugh, 510 Boyd Building . ... . . . Surgery NEW BRUNSWICK Campbellton Louis George Pinault Surgery Fredericton George Clowes Van Wart, 141 York Street .... Surgery Moncton William A. Ferguson, 43 Ahna Street Surgery Shediac J. Clarence Webster Retired St. John George Arthur Beldon Addy, 95 Union Street . . . Surgery Murray MacLaren, 75 Coburg Street Surgery Walter Woodworth White, 71 Sydney Street .... Surgery Woodstock William Donald Rankin, 280 Main Street Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 253 NOVA SCOTIA Amherst Arthur E. Mackintosh, 87 Church Street Surgery Ross Millar, 28 Crescent Avenue Surgery Antigonish John L. Maclsaac, Main Street Surgery William F. MacKinnon Surgery Bridge WATER Wallace N. Rehfuss Surgery Glace Bay AlUster Calder Surgery M. T. Sullivan Surgery Halifax Murdoch Chisholm, 303 Brunswick Street .... Surgery Allan R. Cunningham, 260 Barrington Street Ophth., RJiinol., Oto-Laryngology J. A. M. Hemmeon, 41 Spring Garden Road Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edward V. Hogan, 109 College Street Surgery Donald J. Macdonald, 168 South Street Surgery Henry Kirkwood MacDonald, 317 Barrington Street . Surgery Samuel J. MacLennan, 197 South Park Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology John George McDougall, 95 Spring Garden Road . . Surgery George Henry Murphy, 28 Carleton Street .... Surgery Philip Weatherbe, 66 Queen Street Surgery Lawrencetown Leander R. Morse . Surgery Lunenburg Arthur E. G. Forbes Surgery New Glasgow John W. McKay Surgery North Sydney John W. McLean Surgery Stellarton Robert M. Benvie, South Main Street Surgery Sydney Donald Angus Macleod, 363 Charlotte Street . . . Surgery John James Roy, 308 George Street Surgery 254 American College of Surgeons NOVA SCOTIA — Continued Truro John W. T. Pattern .... Ophth., Rhinol., Olo-Laryngology Windsor Owen B. Keddy, Stannus Street Surgery Yarmouth George W. T. Farish Surgery Charles A. Webster Surgery ONTARIO Brantford Benjamin C. Bell, 143 Market S treet Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Edward Reginald Secord, 112 Market Street .... Surgery Cedar Springs George Thomas McKeough, Erie Manor Surgery Fort William Andrew T. Gillespie, 304K Victoria Avenue .... Surgery George E. McCartney, Simpson Street Surgery Crawford C. McCullough, loi Dominion Bank Building Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Cedl E. Spence, 104 Cuthbertson Block Surgery GUELPH Henry Howitt, 128 London Road Surgery Angus MacKinnon, 44 Suffolk Street Surgery feter Stuart, 176 Woolwich Street Surgery Hamilton Oscar Anson Cannon, 576 Main Street, East Obstetrics, Gynecology Percy B. Macfarlane, 152 James Street, South Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology James Kenneth McGregor, Main Street Surgery John Pettigrew Morton, 148 James Street, South Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Frederick Bruce Mowbray, 681 Main Street, East . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 255 ONTARIO — Continued Hamilton — Continued Harry M. Nicholson, 134 James Street, South Rhinol., Oio-Laryngology Ingersoll Ohnsted, 215 James Street, South .... Surgery Kingston William Gardiner Anglin, 52 Earl Street Retired James C. Connell, 265 King Street, East Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology David Edward Mundell, 228 Brock Street .... Surgery Gordon W. Mylks, 79 William Street Gynecology John F. Sparks, 100 Wellington Street Surgery A. R. B. WiUiamson, King and William Streets . . . Surgery London Emerson LeRoy Hodgins, 312 Oxford Street .... Surgery George McNeill, 245 Queens Avenue Surgery Harry Meek, 330 Queens Avenue . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Edwin Seaborn, 469 Clarence Street Surgery Septimus Thompson, 464 Clarence Street Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology William E. Waugh, 537 Talbot Street Surgery Hadley WiUiams, Park Avenue Surgery John C. Wilson, 260 Queens Avenue Surgery John Wishart, 195 DufFerin Avenue Surgery Niagara-on-the-Lake George Sterling Ryerson Retired Ottawa John Dickson Courtenay, 189 Metcalfe Street . Ophth., Otology Evans G. Davis, Daly Building Surgery William Hutchinson, Jackson Building . Genito-Urinary Surgery John Franklin Kidd, 221 O ' Connor Street .... Surgery Frederick W. McKinnon, 171 Metcalfe Street Herbert Ba3aie Moflfatt, 278 O ' Coimor Street Adam Tozeland Shillington, 281 Gihnour Street David Wallace, 82 Park Avenue .... Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Peterborough Ernest V. Frederick, 300 Charlotte Street .... Surgery 256 American College of Surgeons ONTARIO — Continued Port Arthur Herman R. H. Bryan, lA Cumberland Street, South Surgery James A. Crozier, 215 Park Street Surgery William S. Hunt, Molson ' s Bank Building Ophth., RhinoL, Oio-Laryngology Sarnia Alexander N. Hayes, 137 Wellington Street .... Surgery Stkatford Lome Forbes Robertson, 55 Albert Street .... Surgery Toronto Herbert W. Baker, 606 Spadina Avenue Surgery Henry Albert Beatty, 52 Howland Avenue .... Surgery George Arthur Bmgham, 68 Isabella Street .... Surgery Geoffrey Boyd, 48 Bloor Street, East .... Oto-Laryngology Herbert Alexander Bruce, 64 Bloor Street, East . . . Surgery Irving Heward Cameron, 307 Sherbourne Street . . . Surgery Malcolm H. V. Cameron. 11 Prince Arthur Avenue . . Surgery William A, Cerswell, 862 Dovercourt Road .... Surgery Frederick A. Cleland, 131 Bloor Street, West . . Gynecology Herbert E. Clutterbuck, 148 Grace Street .... Surgery Robert Edward Gaby, 662 Bathurst Street .... Surgery John G. Gallie, 143 College Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics W. Edward Gallie, 143 College Street Surgery Perry G. Goldsmith, 84 Carlton Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Roscoe R. Graham, 31 Oriole Road Surgery Wilbur Howard Harris, 1276 King Street, West . . . Surgery Arthur CUnton Hendrick, 20 Bloor Street, East . . Gynecology William Belfry Hendry, 112 College Street Obstetrics, Gynecology William Warner Jones, 41 Avenue Road Urology Dennis Jordan, 253 Danforth Avenue Surgery Edmund Eleazar King, 61 Queen Street, East . . . Surgery Walter Whitney Lailey, 43 Avenue Road . Gynecology, Obstetrics Oliver R. Mabee, 419 Bloor Street, West Surgery Duncan Neil Maclennan, 126 Bloor Street, West Ophth., Oto-Laryngology Jane Sproule Manson, 250 Huron Street RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Frederick William Marlow, 417 Bloor Street, West . . Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 257 ONTARIO — Continued Toronto — Continued John Alexander McCoUum, 12 Avenue Road . . . . Surgery J. H. McConnell, 1653 Dundas Street, West .... Surgery Kennedy C. Mcllwraith, 30 Prince Arthur Avenue . . Obstetrics Walter McKeown, 140 Wellesley Crescent .... Surgery David William McPherson, 556 Bathurst Street . . . Surgery Andrew Samuel Moorhead, 146 Bloor Street, West . . Surgery Robin Pearse, 206 Bloor Street, West Urology Alfr ed Harshaw Perfect, 201 Annette Street .... Surgery Newton Albert Powell, 167 College Street .... Surgery Alexander Primrose, 100 College Street Surgery James A. Roberts, 38 Charles Street, East .... Surgery David Edwin Robertson, 112 College Street .... Surgery L. Bruce Robertson, 143 College Street Surgery Thomas Arnold Robinson, 147 Howard Park Avenue . Surgery Gilbert Royce, 100 College Street . . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology E. Stanley Ryerson, 143 College Street Surgery Wallace Arthur Scott, 627 Sherboume Street .... Surgery William A. Scott, 75 Bloor Street, East . Gynecology, Obstetrics Norman Strahan Shenstone, 196 Bloor Street, West . . Surgery Gideon Silverthom, 34 North Sherbourne Street . . . Surgery Clarence L. Starr, 224 Bloor Street, West Surgery Frederic Newton Gisbome Starr, 112 College Street . . Surgery John Franklin Uren, 520 Church Street Surgery B. P. Watson, 100 College Street . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics George E. Wilson, 205 Bloor Street, East Surgery D. J. Gibb Wishart, 47 Grosvenor Street . . . Oto-Laryngology Arthur Wright, 329 Church Street Surgery Walkerton Malcolm Stalker Surgery, Obstetrics Woodstock William Tififany Parke, 411 Dundas Street .... Surgery PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND Charlottetown Stephen Rice Jenkins, 57 Grafton Street Surgery SUMMERSIDE Alexander MacNeill, Fitzroy Street Surgery 2s8 American College of Surgeons QUEBEC Montreal Edward William Archibald, 52 Westmount Boulevard . Surgery G«orge E. Armstrong, 320 Mountain Street .... Surgery David H. Ballon, 255 Bishop Street .... Oto-Laryngology Walter Linley Barlow, 4769 Sherbrooke Street, West . Surgery W. A. G. Bauld, 710 St. Urbain Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Alfred Turner Bazin, 583 Dorchester Street, West . . Surgery Herbert Stanley Birkett, 252 Mountain Street . Oto-Laryngology Rodolphe Boulet, 145 Ste. Catherine Street, West Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Benjamin G. Bourg eois, 332 Sherbrooke Street, East . Surgery Harry C. Burgess, 118 Crescent Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Kenneth Cameron, 400 Mackay Street Surgery W. W. Chipman, 285 Mountain Street . Gynecology, Obstetrics Robert Henry Craig, 510 Sherbrooke Street, West RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology James William Duncan, 141 Crescent Street .... Obstetrics Edmond Melchior Eberts, 219 Peel Street .... Surgery John Mvmro Elder, 731 Sherbrooke Street, West . . . Surgery Frank Richardson England, 126 Bishop Street . . . Surgery George Fisk, 166 Drmnmond Street Surgery Alexander Mackenzie Forbes, 615 University Street Orthopedic Surgery John R. Eraser, 670 Sherbrooke Street, West Gynecology, Obstetrics Alexander Esslemont Garrow, 289 Moxmtain Street . . Surgery FraserBaillie Gurd, 115 Stanley Street Surgery L. de L. Harwood, 228 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Gynecology Charles K. P. Henry, 4549 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Surgery Donald A. Hingston, 460 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Surgery James Alexander Hutchison, 354 Mackay Street . . . Surgery John G. W. Johnson, 453 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Surgery Campbell B. Keenan, 376 Mountain Street Surgery Edgar C. Levine, 271 Bishop Street Surgery Herbert M. Little, 285 Stanley Street . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Frederick A. L. Lockhart, 38 Bishop Street . . . Gynecology David W. MacKenzie, 624 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Urology John A. MacMillan, 129 Stanley Street . . . Ophthalmology Albert G. McAuley, 579 Dorchester Street, West Ophthalmology Francis E. McKenty, 648 Union Avenue Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 259 QUEBEC — Continued Montreal — Continued Laurie H. McKim, 4880 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Surgery Oscar Felix Mercier, 394 Sherbrooke Street, East . . Surgery John Appleton Nutter, Drummond Building . Orthopedic Surgery Frank Stewart Patch, 33 Bishop Street . Genito-Urinary Surgery William J. Patterson, 386 Sherbrooke Street, West Orthopedic Surgery Ralph E. Powell, 132 Crescent Street . . Genito-Urinary Surgery Pierre Z. Rheaume, 127 Sherbrooke Street, East . . . Surgery James T. Rogers, 758 Sherbrooke Street, West . Oto-Laryngology Eugene Saint-Jacques, 29 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Surgery Joseph A. Saint-Pierre, 703 St. Hubert Street . . . Surgery Francis A. C. Scrimger, 154 Metcalfe Street .... Surgery Archibald Stewart, 414 McKay Street Surgery John W. Stirling, 386 Sherbrooke Street, West . Ophthalmology Frederick James Tees, 6 Bishop Street . . . . . Surgery Frederick Thomas Tooke, 368 Moimtain Street . Ophthalmology William George Turner, 386 Sherbrooke Street, West Orthopedic Surgery Charles W. Vipond, 462 Sherbrooke Street, West . . Surgery E. Hamilton White, 589 Dorchester Street, West RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Edward Johnston Williams, 700 Dorchester Street, West Surgery R. P. Wright, 637 Union Avenue . . RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology Quebec Adrian R. F. Hubbard, 14 Cook Street Surgery James Stevenson, 258 Grande Allee Surgery Sherbrooke J. A. Darche, 92 King Street . Ophth., RJiinoL, Oto-Laryngology William A. Farwell, 45 Dufferin Avenue Ophth., RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology George William Lamb Hiune, 24 Montreal Street . . Surgery Gordon MacKenzie Hume, 11 Moore Street .... Surgery Joseph O. Ledoux, 44 Brooks Street . . . . . . Surgery Wilham Warren Lynch, 17 Bank Street Surgery 26o American College of Surgeons SASKATCHEWAN Ker obert John Quincy Adams Scroggy Surgery Moose Jaw Vaughan E. Black, Scott Block Surgery Thomas McCrae Leask, 202 Walter Scott Building . . Surgery Prince Albert Stanley Butler MacMillan, Central Avenue Surgery Regina Edward B. Alport, 710 McCallum-Hill Building . . . Surgery Frederick A. F. Corbett, 414 McCallum-Hill Building . Surgery HerveyL. Jackes, 711 McCallum-Hill Building . . . Surgery Hugh MacLean Gynecology, Obstetrics William Alexander Thompson, Canada Life Building . Surgery Saskatoon Harold E. Alexander, 311 Canada Building Andrew CroU, 304 Canada Building Arthur Louis Lynch, 213 Canada Building Ronald Hugh Macdonald, Canada Building Hugh E. Munroe, 407 Canada Building George R. Peterson, 2nd Avenue . . Swift Current Douglas William Graham, Swift Current Clinic Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery ARGENTINA Buenos Aires Nicomedes Antelo, Quinta Massini, Liniers .... Surgery Pedro Belou, La Plata 1059 .... Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Robert E. Halahan, Calle Suipacha 1x56 Surgery Rodolfo E. Pasman, Yuncal 2136 Surgery Pedro del Pino, Alsina 451 Surgery Luis A. Tamini, Santa Fe 2294 Surgery Marcelino H. Vegas, Florida 846 Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 261 BAHREIN ISLANDS Bahrein Paul Wilberforce Harrison Surgery BOLIVIA La Paz Renato A. Riverin, Avenida 15 de Julio Surgery Claudio Sanjines F., Casilla 409 Surgery Felix Veintemillas, Casilla 96A Surgery BRAZIL Rio de Janeiro Pedro Ernesto, Rua Riackuelo 161 . . Gynecology, Obstetrics Jose Antdnio de Abreu Fialho, Rua Carvalho de Sa 85 . Surgery Joas Marinho de Azevedo, Rua da Quitanda 5 Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Octavio Oliveira Pinto, Rua da Carioca 33 .... Surgery Jayme Poggi de Figueiredo, Rua Marquez de Abrantes 192 Gynecology Olympic A. Ribeiro da Fonseca, Rua Camerino 162 Obstetrics, Gynecology Augusto P. Soares de Souza, Alice Street Surgery Fernando Vaz, Rua Assemblea 27 Surgery Sao Paulo Nicolan de Moraes Barros, Rua S. Bento 35 Gynecology, Obstetrics Antonio Candido de Camargo, Rua Alvaros Centralo 35 Surgery Sergio de Paiva Meira Filho, Alameda Eduardo Prado 8 Surgery Henrique Lindenberg, Rua Stambe 16 . Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Antonio Vieira Marcondes, Avenida Angelica 114 . Obstetrics Benedicto Montenegro, Rua S. Bento 22 Surgery Luiz Felippe Baeta Neves, Rua S. Vicente de Paula 37 Genito-Urinary Surgery Luiz de Rezende Puech, Rua S. Bento 41 . . Orthopedic Surgery Campinas Jose Barbosa de Barros, Rua Campos Salles 51 . . . Surgery Bello Horizonte Hugo Wemeck, Avenida Tacantius 499 . Gynecology, Obstetrics 262 American College of Surgeons BRAZIL — Continued Porto Alegre Alfen Bica de Medeiros, Andradas 309 Surgery RiBEiRAO Preto Francisco Antonio Ponipeo de Camargo, Rua Barao do Amazonas 31 Gynecology CHILE Chuguicamata William F. Shaw Surgery Santiago Jennan V. Basterrica, Riqueleme 47 Surgery Carlos Charlin, Compania 2115 Ophthalmology Caupolican Pardo Correa, Ejercito, N., 119 Gynecology, Obstetrics Victor Korner, Santo Domingo 628 Gynecology Francisco Navarro Valenzuela, Casilla 1259 .... Surgery Lucas Sierra, Dieciocho 552 Surgery Luis Vargas, Casilla 2122 Surgery Eugenio Diaz Lira, Agustiunas 1270 Surgery Alberta Zuinga, Avenida Espana 472 Gynecology Valparaiso Alberto Adriasola, Salvador Donosa 234 . Genito-Urinary Surgery Federico Engelbach Campo, Calle Victoria 796 . . Surgery Rudecindo de la Fuente, San Ignacio 419 . . . Gynecology Ernesto Iturrieta V., Casilla 72 Surgery Gaston Lachaise, Pedro Martt 475 . . . . Orthopedic Surgery Miguel Manriquez, Rua Brazil 272 . Rhinol., Oio-Laryngology Guillermo E. Munnich, Casilla 1542 Surgery Edwyn P. Reed, Blanco Encalada 979 . . . Surgery, Obstetrics Silvano Sepulveda P., Plaza Anibal Pinto 371 ... Surgery Jean H. Thierry, Plaza Anibal Pinto 175 Ophth., Rhinol., Oto-Laryngology Julio C. Zilleruelo, Plaza Pinto 371 ...... Surgery CHINA Canton Charles Arthur Hayes, Canton Hospital Ophth., Rliinol., Oto-Laryngology Joseph Oscar Thomson, Canton Hospital Surgery Geographical List of Fellotvs 263 P CHINA — Continued Canton — Continued Paul J. Todd, Kung Yee Hospital Surgery James Mann Wright, Canton Hospital . Obstetrics, Gynecology Changchow Wallace Boyd Russell, St., Changchow General Hospital Surgery Changsha J. R. Bromwell Branch, Hunan-Yale Hospital . . . Surgery Nanking Allen C. Hutcheson, University Hospital Surgery Peking WUliam Brooks La Force, Tsing Hua College . . . Surgery Shanghai Josiah Calvin McCracken, 8 Darroch Road .... Surgery John H. Snoke, St. Luke ' s Hospital Surgery Yenping Charles Garnet Trimble Surgery ECUADOR GUAYAQmL Juan B. Arzube Cordero, Malecon 2006 . Gynecology, Obstetrics Quito Isidro Ayora, Sodiro 116 Gynecology, Obstetrics Ricardo Villavicencio Ponce Surgery EGYPT Cairo Robert Valentine Dolbey, Kasr el Aini Hospital . . . Surgery ENGLAND London Lyle John Cameron, 87 Wimpole Street Surgery 264 American College of Surgeons FRANCE Paris John A. James James, 79 Rue de Sevres RhinoL, Oto-Laryngology INDIA AUGARH John Fletcher Robinson Surgery MiRAJ William J. Wanless Surgery JAMAICA Kingston George Vernon Lockett, 3 Bedford Avenue .... Surgery KOREA Seoul Alfred Irving Ludlow, Severance Union Medical College . Surgery MEXICO Empalme Seabron Jenning Fuller, Empalme Hospital .... Surgery PERU Lima Miguel C. Aljovin, Fano 855 Surgery Belisario J. Sosa Artola, Calonge 390 Surgery Eduardo Bello, Compax de la Concepcion 358 . . Gynecology Constantino J. Carvallo, Vera Cruz 239 Surgery Manuel Castaneda, Pacal 987 Surgery Luis F. de la Puente, Maison de Sant6 Surgery Juvenal Denegri, MogoUon 289 Oto-Laryngology Enrique Febres y Odriozola, Avenida Colmena 590 . . Surgery Francisco Grana, Belaochaga 577 Surgery Carlos Morales Macedo, Mogollon 265 Surgery Geographical List of Fellows 265 PERU — Continued Lima — Continued Juan J. Mostajo, Calle del Pacal 971 Surgery Ricardo Palma, Divorciades 671 Surgery R. Pazos Varela, Plateros de San Pedro 109 .... Urology Carlos Villaran, Alfonso Ugarte 409 Surgery REPUBLIC OF PANAMA Panama August© S. Boyd, 16 9th Street Surgery Alfred B. Herrick, Hospital de Panama Surgery Raymond Wentworth Runyan, Hospital de Panama . Surgery SYRIA Beirut Edwin St. John Ward Surgery TURKEY Constantinople Alden R. Hoover, Constantinople College Surgery KONIA Wilfred Mcllvaine Post Surgery URUGUAY Montevideo Manuel Albo, Calle Soriano 1270 Surgery Gerardo Arrizabalaga, Calle Paraguay 1526 . . . . Surgery Miguel Becerro de Bengoa, Seriano 1019 .... Gynecology Luis Bottaro, Calle Uruguay 13 16 Surgery Baldomero Cuenca y Lamas, Rincon 615 Urology Horacio G. Lagos, Andes 1287 Surgery Alfonso Lamas, Colonia 1072 Surgery Luis Mondino, Uruguay 936 Surgery Juan C. Mxmyo, Rio Negro 1324 . . Rhinol.y Oto-Laryngology a66 American College of Surgeons URUGUAY — Continued Montevideo — Continued Julio Nin y Silva, Rivera 2122 Surgery Alejandro Nogueira, Convencion 1454 Urology James Hipolite Oliver, Calle Cuareim 1580 .... Surgery Juan Pou Orfila, Calle Colonia 1270 Surgery Enrique Pouey, Calle Uruguay 1205 Gynecology Manuel Quint ela, Calle 8 de Octubre 184 Surgery Augusto Turenne, Paraguay 1438 . . . Gynecology, Obstetrics WALES Cardiff Stanley Alwyn Smith, 80 Cathedral Road . Orthopedic Surgery FELLOWS OF THE COLLEGE WITH THEIR DEGREES AND APPOINTMENTS Abbe, Robert, A.B., M.D., 13 West Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1874. Senior Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Roosevelt Hospital, Hospital for the Ruptured and Crippled, Babies ' Hospital of the City of New York, and Woman ' s Hospital. Abbott, Amos W., M.D., 171 7 First Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1869. Surgeon- in-Chief, Abbott Hospital. Abbott, Charles Roger, M.D., 70 Walnut Street, Clinton, Massachusetts. Dartmouth Medical School, 191 1. Junior Surgeon and Roentgenologist, Clinton Hospital. Abbott, Clark Lorenzo, M.Sc, M.D., Central Bank Building, Oakland, California. Rush Medical College, 1900. Surgeon, Abbott Hospital. Abbott, Clifton S., M.D., 8 Academy Street, Laconia, New Hampshire. Dartmouth Medical School, 1894. Surgeon, Laconia Hospital. Abbott, Edville Gerhardt, A.M., M.D., D.Sc, 156 Free Street, Portland, Maine. Bowdoin Medical School, 1898. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Bowdoin Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, Children ' s Hospital. Abeken, Frederick G., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Washington University Medical School, 1899. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Abell, Irvin, A.m., M.D., Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1897. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Louis- ville, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Louisville City Hospital. Abernethy, Claude Oliver, B.Sc, M.D., 706 Citizen ' s National Bank Build- ing, Raleigh, North Carolina. University of North Carolina, 1906. Urolo- gist, Rex and St. Agnes ' Hospitals. Abraham, Joseph H., M.D., 130 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York, New York. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1894. Pro- fessor of Laryngology and Rhinology, New York Polyclinic Medical School; Laryngologist and Rhinologist, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Otologist, New York City Children ' s Hospitals and Schools, Randall ' s Island. Abramson, Louis, M.D., 722 Cotton Street, Shreveport, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1898. Surgeon in Charge, North Louisiana Sanitarium. Acker, Paul Jerome Moeris, A.M., M.D., 153 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama. University of Alabama School of Medicine (Medical College 267 268 American College of Surgeons of Alabama), 1892, Surgeon, City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, United States Public Health Service. ACKERHANN, GREGORY, M.D., 2319 Chapline Street, Wheeling, West Virginia. University of Berne, 1879. President of Staff, Wheeling Hospital. AcuFF, Herbert, Phar.G., M.D., 425 West Clinch Avenue, Knoxville, Ten- nessee. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 191 1. Visiting Gynecologist, Knoxville General Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Riverside Hospital. Adair, Fred Lyman, M.A., M.D., 730 La Salle Building, Minneapolis, Minne- sota. Rush Medical College, 1901. Associate Professor of Obstetrics, University of Minnesota Medical School; Chief of Service, in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Minneapolis City Hospital; Obstetrician and Gynecolo- gist, St. Andrew ' s, Deaconess ' , and Fairview Hospitals; Obstetrician and Chief of Staff, Swedish Hospital. Adaik, John H., M.D., 322 East Vine Street, Owatonna, Minnesota. Rush Medical College, 1883. Attending Surgeon, Owatonna City Hospital, State School for Dependent and Neglected Children. Adams, Albyn Lincoln, M.D., 323 West State Street, Jacksonville, Illinois. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Oculist and Aurist, Passavant Memorial Hospital, Norbury Sanatorium, Illinois School for the Blind, Chicago and Alton Railroad. Adams, Bertram S., B.Sc, M.D., 812 Third Avenue, Hibbing, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1901. Surgeon-in-Chief, Adams Hospital. Adams, Bon. O., B.Sc., M.D., 306 Loring Building, Riverside, California. Medical College of Indiana, 1901. Adams, Chancey, A.M., M.D., 11 South Main Street, Concord, New Hamp- shire. Bowdoin Medical School, 1891. Senior Surgeon, Margaret Pills- bury General Hospital. Adams, Charles, M.D., 920 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1872; Rush Medical College, 1898. Redred. Adams, Frederick William, M.D., CM., Roosevelt Clinic, Seattle, Washing- ton. Western University Medical School, 1906. Member of Staff, Nose and Throat Department, Seattle City and Children ' s Orthopedic Hopitals. Adams, Jesse L., B.Sc., M.D., 201 De Siard Street, Monroe, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana, School of Medicine, 1906. Adams, John D., M.D., 45 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Uni- versity Graduate School of Medicine; Orthopedic Surgeon-in-Chief, Boston Dispensary and Hospital for Children, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Cooley Dickmson Hospital, Northampton, Beverly Hospital, Beverly, Jordan Hospital, Plymouth. Adams, John Francis, M.D., 114 South Main Street, Aberdeen, South Dakota. Rush Medical College, 1906. Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 269 Adams, Lemttel Payson, A.B., M,D., Federal Realty Building, Oakland, California. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1899. Chief of StaflF, Alameda County Hospital and Infirmary, San Leandro. Adamson, Edward William, M.D., Douglas, Arizona. University of Michi- gan Medical School, 1904. Addy, George Arthur Beldon, M.D., CM., 95 Union Street, St. John, New Brunswick. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1890. Surgeon, General Public Hospital. Aderhold, Thomas Maze, M.Sc, M.D,, 405 South Williams Street, El Reno, Oklahoma. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Surgeon, El Reno Sanitarium, Adler, Lewis H., Jr., M.D., 1610 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1888. Professor of Dis- eases of the Rectum, Polyclinic Section, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine; Consulting Surgeon, Charity Hospital. Adriasola, Alberto, M.D., Salvador Donoso 234, Valparaiso, Chile. Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, 1888. Chief Surgeon, Naval Hospital. Adsit, Henry, A.B., M.D., 37 Allen Street, Buffalo, New York. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1906. Attending Genito-Urinary Sur- geon, State Institute for the Study of Malignant Disease, Buffalo Hospital of the Sisters of Charity, Children ' s Hospital of Buffalo. Adson, Alfred Washington, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., M.Sc, Mayo Clinic, Roches- ter, Minnesota. University of Pennsylvania, 1914. Neurological Surgeon, Mayo Clinic. Agnew, Fred F., M.D., Second Street and Second Avenue, Southwest, Inde- pendence, Iowa. Jefferson Medical CoUege, 1902. AiMAR, Charles Pons, M.D., 4 Vanderhorst Street, Charleston, South Caro- lina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1894. Professor of General Surgery, Medical College of the State of South Carolina; Visiting Surgeon and In Charge of General Surgery Department, Roper Hospital. Ainley, Frank C, B.Sc, M.D., 1117 Brockman Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. AiNSLiE, George, M.D., Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon. University of Oregon Medical School, 1896; Rush Medical College, 1897. AiRD, J. W., M.D., 65 East Second South Street, Provo, Utah. University of California Medical School, 1893. Surgeon, Provo General Hospital, Denver and Rio Grande Railway. Akerman, Joseph, A.B., M.D., 1496 Harper Street, Augusta, Georgia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1900. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, University of Georgia, Medical Department; Visiting Obste- trician, U niversity Hospital. Albee, Fred H., A.B., M.D., D.Sc, 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Director and Professor of 270 American College of Surgeons Orthopedic Surgery, University of Vermont College of Medicine, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, Hawthorne Hospital; Con- sulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Lutheran Hospital, Sea View Hospital, Castleton Corners, Staten Island Hospital, Tompkinsvilie, Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury, Connecticut, Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, Newark Memorial Hospital, Newark, New Jersey State Hospital, Trenton, Rahway Hospital, Rahway, All Souls ' Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey, Mary Fletcher Hospital, Burlington, Vermont; Consulting Surgeon Pennsylvania Railway. Albo, Manuel, B.Sc, M.D., Calle Soriano 1270, Montevideo, Uruguay. Faculty of Medicine, University of Montevideo, 19 10. Albrecht, Franklin H., M.D., 3657 Delraar Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1902. Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Orthopedic Surgeon, Lutheran, Bethesda, Deaconess, St. Louis Mullanphy Hospitals, Jewish Home for Chronic Invalids; Associate Orthopedic Surgeon, Jewish Hos- pital; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital. Albright, Clifton C, M.D., 313 Ford Building, Great Falls, Montana. University of Missouri, School of Medicine, 1905. Member of Staff, Columbus Hospital. Alcivar, Miguel H., M.D., Clemente Ballen 917, Guayaquil, Ecuador. University of Guayaquil, 1894. Professor, University of Guayaquil; Chief Surgeon, General Hospital. Alden, Arthur Maxwell, A.B., A.M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1915. Clinical Instructor in Rhinology and Oto-Laryngology, United States Army Medical School; Chief of Clinic, Rhinology and Oto-Laryngology, Walter Reed General Hospital; Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Alden, Eliot, A.B., M.D., 6422 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Alderdvce, William W., M.D., 5x3 Madison Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Medical College, 1900. Alexander, Emory Graham, M.D., 1701 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1904. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Surgeon, St. Christopher ' s Hospital for Children, Children ' s Hospital of Mary J. Drcxel Home, Philadelpliia Hospital for Contagious Diseases, Methodist Episcopal and Woman ' s Medical College Hospitals; Assistant Surgeon, Kensington Hospital for Women. Alexander, George James, M. D., 183 i Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1905. Senior Assistant, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, West Phila- delphia General Homeopathic Hospital. ft Alphabetical List of Fellows 271 Alexander, Harold Egbert, M.B., 311 Canada Building, Saskatoon, Sas- katchewan. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1910. Attend- ing Surgeon, St. Paul ' s and City Hospitals. Alexander, Lawrence Dade, Jr., M.D., 130 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York, New York. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1901; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1902. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Alexander, Robert DuBose, A.B., M.D., University Club Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1905. Surgeon in Charge, Missouri Pacific Railway Hospital. Alexander, Robert J., M.D., 1003 Amicable Building, Waco, Texas. Uni- versity of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1891. Visiting Surgeon, Providence Sanitarium; Member of Surgical Staff, Central Texas Baptist Sanitarium, Alford, Edward T., Phar.G., M.D., Black Building, Waterloo, Iowa. Rush Medical College, 1901. Attending Surgeon, SjTiodical Presbyterian and St. Francis Hospitals. Alger, Ellice M., A.B., M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1893. Professor of Ophthalmology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Post-Graduate Hospital. Aljovin, Miguel C, M.D., Fano 855, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1909. AxLEMAN, Frank, Phar.G., M.D., 420 West Chestnut Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1896. Staff and Visiting Sur- geon, Lancaster General Hospital. Allen, Alfred George, M.D., CM., Waite Building, Deadwood, South Dakota. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1887. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Allen, Carroll W., M.D., 43 Audubon Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1901. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine; Professor of Anesthesia, Lecturer and Clinical Instructor in Genito- urinary and Rectal Diseases, New Orleans Polyclinic; Associate Surgeon, Touro Infirmary; Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital. Allen, George Washington, Jr., M.D., Main Street, Yorktown, Texas. University of Texas, Department of Medicine, 1900. Chief Surgeon, Allen Hospital. Allen, Harry Eugene, B.Sc, M.D,, 505 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1898. District Surgeon, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. Allen, Herbert Coleman, M.D., 171 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical Coll ege and Flower Hospital, 1896. Obstetrician, Carson C. Peck Memorial Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, 272 American College of Surgeons Graham Home for Old Ladies, Brooklyn Nursery and Infants ' Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Community Hospital, New York. Allen, Horatio Cushino, A.B., M.D., ii Eighth Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Allen, James Ross, M.D., CM., 129 Hamilton Street, Olean, New York. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1894. Surgeon, EKggins Memo rial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Rocky Crest Sanatorium. Allen, John Milton, M.D., 24 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1890; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1891. Attending Surgeon, Brightlook and St. Johnsbury Hospitals, St. Johns- bury, Cleasby Hospital, Orleans; Consulting Surgeon, Littleton Hospital, Littleton, New Hampshire; Surgeon, Boston and Maine Railroad. Allen, Leighton Pine, M.D., 19 Jefferson Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Universit y of Michigan Medical School, 1889. Surgeon, Eye and Ear Department, St. Mary ' s and Mercy Hospitals. Allen, Lyman, A.B., M.Sc, M.D., 288 Main Street, Burlington, Vermont. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1896. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Vermont College of Medicine; Surgeon, Fanny Allen Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Mary Fletcher Hospital. Aixen, Norman McLeod, M.D., 2407 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine, 1910. Instructor in Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine; Junior Attendmg Surgeon, Harper Hospital. Allen, William Jijdson, M.D., 401 East Grand Avenue, Beloit, Wisconsin. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1901. Allen, William Larned, M.D., 216 West Third Street, Davenport, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1881. President, and Member of Surgical Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Surgeon, State Orphans ' Home. ALLENBintGER, CHRISTIAN ALEXANDER, M.D., Columbus State Bank Building, Columbus, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 1895. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Allin, Edgar W., M.D., CM., L.R.C.P. (Lond.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 502 Mc- Leod Building, Edmonton, Alberta. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1902. Examiner in Surgery, Alberta Medical Council; Surgeon, City Hospitals. Alun, Norman George, M.D., CM., L.R.C.P. (Lond.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 502 McLeod Building, Edmonton, Alberta. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1904. Alling, Arthur N., A.B., M.D., 257 Church Street, New Haven, Connecticut. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1891. Clinical Alphabetical List of Fellows 273 Professor of Ophthalmology, Yale University School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist-in-Chief, New Haven Hospital. Alling, Marshall Louis, B.Sc, M.D., 627 Wyman ' s Exchange, Lowell, Massachusetts. Dartmouth Medical School, 1909. Member, Senior Surgical Staff, Lowell Corporation Hospital; Member, Junior Surgical Staff, Lowell General Hospital. Allison, Luke Pryor, M.D., 204 Center Avenue, Brownwood, Texas. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Beaumont Hospital Medical College), 1893. Chief Surgeon, Brownwood Infirmary. Aluson, Nathaniel, M.D., Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Har- vard Medical School, 1901. Dean, and Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Associate Surgeon, St. Louis Children ' s and Washington University Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s and St. Louis Maternity Hospitals. Allport, Frank, M.D., LL.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1876. Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Alport, Edward Bishop, M.B., 710 McCallum-Hill Building, Regina, Sas- katchewan. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 19 lo. Member of Staff, Regina General and Grey Nun ' s Hospitals. Alter, Francis William, M.D., 314 Colton Building, Toledo, Ohio. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1896. Chief of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Mercy Hospital. Alton, Benjamin Harrison, B.Sc, M.S., M.D., 72 Pearl Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1914. Assistant Surgeon, Memorial Hospital; Surgeon and G5mecologist, Out-Pa tient Department, Memorial Hospital. Alton, Robert Davis, M.D., First State Bank Building, Livingston, Montana. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (University of Wooster, Medical Department), 1881. Alves de Lima, Joao, B.Sc, M.D., 16 Rua S. Luis, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Uni- versity of Paris, 1897. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Sao Paulo, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Maternity Hospital; Chief of Sur- gical Services, Central Hospital, Santa Casa, Misericordia and Maternity Hospitals, Sao Paulo. Alway, Robert Douglas, M.B., M.D., 423 South Lincoln Street, Aberdeen, South Dakota. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1893. Oculist, Lincoln Hospital; Member of Staff, Aberdeen Clinic. Amberg, Emil, M.D., David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Uni- versity of Heidelberg, 1894. Attending Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, United Jewish Charities ' Dispensary; Consulting Otologist, Grace Hospital. 274 American College of Surgeons Amerson, George C, M.A., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1902; University of Illinois College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Professor of Surgery, Loyola University School of Medicine and of Illinois Post-Graduate Medical School; Surgeon, Garfield Park Hospital; Attending Surgeon, West Side and Municipal Tuberculosis Hospitals. Amsden, Henry Hubbard, Ch.B., M.D., 4 North State Street, Concord, New Hampshire. Boston University School of Medicine, 1896. Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Margaret Pillsbury General Hospital. Amyx, Robert Fleming, M.D., 1943 North Eleventh Street, St. Louis, Mis- souri. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Marion-Sims College of Medicine), 1897. Surgeon, St. Louis MuUanphy Hospital. Anderson, Augustus Milton, M.D., Connally Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1895. Anderson, Bruce, M.D., 804 Forest Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit Homeopathic College, 1901. Attending Gynecologist, Grace Hos- pital, Grace Hospital Polyclinic. Anderson, George Riley, M.D., Brooks House, Brattleboro, Vermont. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1898. Surgeon-in-Chief, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. Anderson, Henry Gray, M.D., 59 Leavenworth Street, Waterbury, Con- necticut. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Gynecologist, Waterbury Hospital. Anderson, Robert B., B.Sc, M.D., 872 Park Place, Brookljm, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1899. Urologist, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Associate Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital, Anderson, William Harold Kerr, A.B., M.B., Military District No. 11, Victoria, British Columbia. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1897. Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. Anderson, William J., M.D., Iron Mountain, Michigan. Rush Medical College, 1903. Surgeon, Westerlin Hospital. Andres, Rudolph George, M.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. Loyola University School of Medicine (Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery), 1905. Member of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Andrew, Frederick William, M.D., CM., Summerland, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1907. Surgeon, Summerland Hospital. Andrew, James H., M.D., 163 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, New York. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1896. Ophthalmologist, Greenpoint Hospital; Associate Oph- thalmologist, St. John ' s Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Eye Department, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Huntington Hospital, Huntington; Chief Ophthalmologist, Bushwick Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 275 Andrews, Chakles James, M.D., 512 Taylor Building, Norfolk, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1902. Surgeon, Department of Obstetrics, Norfolk Protestant and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals. Andrews, E. Wyllys, A.M., M.D., 1235 Astor Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1881. Head Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Surgebn-in-Chief, Cook County Hospital; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s and Michael Reese Hospitals. Andrews, Frank T., M.D., 448 Barry Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. North- western University Medical School, 1884. Andrews, George Rex, M.D., Muncie, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1897. Member, Surgical Stafif, Home Hospital. Andrews, Harold Virgil, M.D., 1083 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Andrews, John Wesley, M.D., National Citizens Bank Building, Mankato, Minnesota. Rush Medical College, 1877; University and Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1880. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Immanuel Hospitals. Andrews, Joseph Alfred, M.D., 1229 State Street, Santa Barbara, Cali- fornia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1877. Consulting Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, New York City Hospital, New York. Andrews, Robert Wesley, M.D., 235 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, New York. Albany Medical College, 1898. Surgeon, Samuel W. Bowne Memorial Hospital; Attending Surgeon, General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Hudson River State Hospital. Andrles, Joseph H., M.D., 1633 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Royal Frederick William University, Berlin, 1897. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Andries, Raymond Carl, A.B., M.D., 1737 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1907. Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Assistant to Chair of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Associate Surgeon, Providence Hospital. Anglin, William Gardiner, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 52 Earl Street, Kingston, Ontario. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1883. Emeritus Professor of Clinical Surgery, Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Kingston Penitentiary. Angwin, William A., M.Sc, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, 1903. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Anspach, Brooke M., M.D., 1827 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Professor of Gyne- 276 American College of Surgeons cology, Jefiferson Medical College; Gynecologist, Stetson Hospital; Attend- ing Gynecologist, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, and Jefferson Hospital. Antelo, Nicomedes, M.D., Quinta Massini, Liniers, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Faculty of Medicine, National University of Buenos Aires, 1892. Pro- fessor of War Surgery, Army Medical School; Chief of Surgical Service, Military Hospital of Buenos Aires. Appel, Theodore Burton, A.M., M.D., D.Sc, 305 North Duke Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Member of Staff, Lancaster General Hospital. Applegate, John Chew, M.D., 3540 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1887. Professor of Obstetrics, Temple University, Department of Medicine; Obstetrician, Samaritan and Garretson Hospitals. Abanow, Harsy, M.D., 355 East One Hundred Forty-ninth Street, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1904. Adjunct Attend- ing Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Lebanon Hospital. Arbuckle, Millard Fillmore, M.D., University Club Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1909. Instructor in Clinical Lar3mgology and Rhinology, Assistant in Clinical Otology, Washington University Medical School; Surgeon, Out-Patient Depart- ment and Chief of Laryngological Clinic, Washington University Dis- pensary; Assistant Laryngologist, Barnes and St. Louis Children ' s Hospitals. Archer, Albert Ernest, M.B., King Street, Lamont, Alberta. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1902. Surgeon, Lamont Public Hospital. Archibald, Edward William, A.B., M.D., CM., 52 Westmount Boulevard, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1896. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill Uni- versity; Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Argue, Hiram S., M.D., 817 National Realty Building, Tacoma, Washington. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1905. Armitage, Harry Marshall, M.D., 400 East Thirteenth Street, Chester, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 1908. Surgeon, Chester Hos- pital. Armstrong, George E., M.D., CM., C.M.G., D.Sc, LL.D., 320 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1877. Professor of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Chief Sur- geon, Royal Victoria Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, Protestant Hospital for Insane, Verdun. Armstrong, Henry Edward, M.D., CM., Stapleton Building, Billings, Mon- tana. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1894. Arn, Elmer Raymond, M.D., 11 20 Fidelity Medical Building, Dayton, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 19 11. Junior Surgeon, Miami Valley Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 277 Arnett, Arett Campbell, M.D., 716 LaFayette Life Building, LaFayette, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (School of Medicine of Purdue University), 1907. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital; Member of Gynecological Staff, Home Hospital. Arkizabalaga, Gerardo, M.D., Calle Paraguay 1526, Montevideo, Uruguay. University of Paris, 1894. Aerowsmith, Hubert, M.D., 170 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1886. Laryngologist, Kings County and St. Peter ' s Hospitals, Brooklyn, St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Woodhaven; Con- sulting Laryngologist, Brooklyn State and Jewish Hospitals, Brooklyn, Huntington Hospital, Huntington. Arthur, William H., M.D., 2130 Le Roy Place, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1877, Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army, retired. Arzube, Cordero Juan B., M.D., Malec6n 2006, Gua) quil, Ecuador. Faculty of Medicine, University of Guayaquil, 1904. AsHBURN, Percy M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical CoUege, 1893. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. AsHBURY, Howard Elmer, Phar.G., M.D., 8x0 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1903. Rcent- genologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Ashcraft, Leon Thomas, A.M., M.D., 2103 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1890. Professor of Geni to-Urinary Diseases, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Senior Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Women ' s Homeopathic Hos- pital, West Philadelphia General Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary; Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Mercy and Women ' s Southern Homeop athic Hospitals, Philadelphia, Carlisle General Hospital, Carlisle, West Chester Homeopathic Hospital, West Chester, Pottstown Homeo- pathic Hospital, Pottstown, Homeopathic State Hospital for Insane, Allentown, Wyoming Valley Homeopathic Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, Peimsylvania, West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital, Camden, William McKinley Memorial Hospital, Trenton, New Jersey. AsHTORD, Bailey K., M.D., D.Sc, Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1896. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. AsHFORD, Mahlon, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1904. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Ashhurst, Astley Paston Cooper, A.B., M.D., 1629 Spruce Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Associate in Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- 278 American College of Surgeons one; Surgeon, Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia Orthopedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases. AsHTON, William E., M.D., LL.D., 201 1 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1881; Jefferson Medical College, 1884. Professor of Gynecology, University of Penn- sylvania School of Medicine. Askew, Theodore B., M.D., 319 Moore Building, San Antonio, Texas. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. AsMAN, Bernard, A.M., M.D., Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1897. Professor of Proctology, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary and Louis- ville City Hospital. AsPELL, John, A.M., M.D., 34 West Seventy-sixth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College), 1885. Visiting Gynecologist, St. Vincent ' s and New York Foundling Hospitals. AssERSON, Frederick Asser, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1899. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Atherton, Ella Blaylock, M.D., CM., 148 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire. Queens University, Faculty of Medicine, 1887. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s and Nashua Memorial Hospitals. Atkinson, Alvan Williams, A.B., M.D., 423 East State Street, Trenton, New Jersey. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1893. Chief of Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, William McKinley Memorial Hospital. Atlee, John Light, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, 37 East Orange Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Consulting Surgeon, Lancaster General Hospital. Amx, Fred Franklin, M.D., Attix Clinic Building, Lewistown, Montana. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Surgeon, Attix Private Clinic Hospital; District Surgeon, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Attridge, James Arthur, M.D., 5x6 Water Street, Port Huron, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1897. Atwater, James Billings, A.B., M.D., 82 Broad Street, Westfield, Massa- chusetts. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1882. Chief of Staff, Noble Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Shurtleff Home for Destitute Children; Surgeon, New York Central Railroad at Westfield. Auchincloss, Hugh, A.B., M.D., 800 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Associate Alphabetical List of Fellows 279 Professor of Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Visiting Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. AtTFHAMMER, Charles HOWARD, M.D., 5004 Jcnkins Arcade Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1906. Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Junior Gynecologist, Allegheny General Hospital; Urologist, Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg. Augustine, Jasper L., M.D., Ladora, Iowa. State University of Iowa Col- lege of Medicine, 1893. Austin, Hiram W., M.D., 1831 Belmont Road, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Michigan Medical School, 1875. Senior Surgeon, United States Public Health Service. Austin, Maynard Alverjjise, M.D., 359 Union Building, Anderson, Indi- ana. Rush Medical College, 1897. Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. Ayes, Charles Marion, M.D., Humble Oil and Refining Company Building, Houston, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1907. Medi- cal Director and Chief Surgeon, Humble Oil and Refining and Humble Pipe Line Companies; Member of Surgical Staflf, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary; Surgeon, Baytown Refinery Hospital. AviLfis, Jacinto, A.B., M.D., 23 State Street, San Juan, Porto Rico. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Ohio Medical University), 1904. Visiting Surgeon, Municipal Hospital. Ayers, Horace Ernest, M.D., 9 West Sixty-seventh Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1909; Fordham University School of Medicine, 191 2. Attending Surgeon, Community Hospital. Ayers, John Chambers, M.D., 1601 Exchange Building, Memphis, Ten- nessee. University of Tennessee, College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1905. Visiting Obstetrician, Methodist Hospital. Aylen, James Prentiss, M.D., Edwards Building, Fargo, North Dakota. University an d Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1888. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Northern Pacific Railway; Local Surgeon, Great Northern and Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railways. Aynesworth, Horace Taylor, M.D., 1307 Amicable Building, Waco, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1904. Member of Sta£E, Provi- dence and Central Texas Baptist Sanitariums. Aynesworth, Kenneth Hazen, M.D., 315 North Twelfth Street, Waco, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1899. Ayora, Isidor, M.D., Sodiro 116, Quito, Ecuador. University of Quito Faculty of Medicine, 1905. Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Central University of Ecuador. Babbitt, James A., A.M., M.D., 1901 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Peim- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. As- 28o American College of Surgeons sociate Professor of Oto-Laryngology, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine; Instructor in Otology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Assistant Laryngologist and Aurist, Lankenau Hos- pital; Laryngologist and Aurist, Children ' s Hospital, Out-Pa tient Depart- ment; Laryngologist, Children ' s Hospital of the Mary J. Drexel Home; Consulting Laryngologist and Aurist, Misericordia Hospital. Babbitt, O. Miller, M.D., looi Journal Building, Portland, Oregon. Uni- versity of Oregon Medical School, 1906. Babcock, Henri S., M.D., 419 Temple Building, Danville, Illinois. University of Michigan Medical School, 1891. Gynecologist, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital ; Member of Surgical Staff, Lake View Hospital. Babcock, W. Wayne, A.M., M.D., 2033 Wahiut Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1893; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895; Medico- Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1900. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Temple University, Department of Medicine; Surgeon-in-Chief, Samaritan Hospital; Surgeon, Garretson Hospital, American Hospital for Diseases of the Stomach. Bach, James Anthony, M.D., 409 Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. University of Michigan Medical School, 1884. President of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Notre Dame Convent Infirmary, Mil- waukee, and Milwaukee County Dispensary. Bachell£, Cecil V., M.Sc, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1900. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Chicago Policlinic; Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Gynecologist, Henrotin Memorial, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital. Bachmann, Robert A., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Rush Medical College, 1900. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Bacon, Charles Sotiner, Ph.B., M.D., 2156 Sedgwick Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1884. Professor of Obstetrics and Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Uni- versity of Illinois College of Medicine; Professor of Obstetrics, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Obstetrician, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital, Hen- rotin Memorial, University, Evangelical Deaconess, and Grant Hospitals, Chicago Lying-in Hospital and Dispensary. Bacon, Gorham, A.B., M.D., Yarmouthport, Massachusetts. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1878. Retired. Bacon, Jay Harvey, B.Sc, M.D., 804 Peoria Life Building, Peoria, Illinois. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1904. Visitmg Surgeon, John C. Proctor Hospital; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Home for the Friendless. Alphabetical List of Fellows 281 Bacon, John Elmes, M.D., Miami, Arizona. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Snrgeon-in-Chief, Miami Inspiration Hospital. Bacon, Joseph Barnes, M.D., Macomb, Illinois. Texas Medical College and Hospital, 1879; Northwestern University Medical School, 188 1. Sur- geon-in-Chief, Bacon Clinic. Baer, Joseph Louis, M.Sc, M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Assistant Professor, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Rush Medical College; Associate Attending Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Michael Reese Hospital; Director, Depart- ment of Gynecology, West Side Free Dispensary. Baer, Wilijam Stevenson, A.B., M.D., 4 East Madison Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1898. Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Head of Orthopedic Department and Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Director, Children ' s Hos- pital School; Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Women of Maryland; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Union Protestant and Church Home Infirm- aries; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Cambridge-Maryland Hospital, Cambridge. Bagg, Clinton L., M.D., 56 West Fifty-second Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1879. Senior Surgeon, Metropolitan Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Hahnemann Hospital. Bagg, Linus Worthington, M.D., 712 Clinton Avenue, Newark, New Jer- sey. S Tacuse University College of Medicine, 1906. Member of Staff, Presbyterian and St. James Hospitals. Bagley, Charles, Jr., A.B., M.D., Latrobe Apartments, Baltimore, Mary- land. Universityof Maryland School of Medicine, 1904. Associate in Ex- perimental Neurology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Church Home and In- firmary, St. Agnes ' Hospital, United States Public Health Service Hospital, Number 56, Ft. McHenry; Consulting Surgeon, Baltimore and Presby- terian Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospitals, Baltimore, Annapolis Emergency Hospital, Annapolis. Bagley, W illiam Richardson, M.D., 510 Fidelity Building, Duluth, Minne- sota. University of Michigan Medical School, 1898. Chief of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Morgan Park Hospital. Bailey, Augustus Bruce, D.D.S., M.D., 1008 Selling Building, Portland, Oregon. University of Oregon, Medical Department (W illamette Uni- versity, Medical Department), 1904. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Sur- geon, Good Samaritan Hospital. Bailey, E. Stillman, A.M., M.D., Ph.D., 22 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical CoUege and Hospital, Chicago, 1878. Spedal Lecturer on Radium as applied to Gynecology, Hahnemann 282 American College of Surgeons Medical College and Hospital; Member of Staff, Department of Gyne- cology, Hahnemann Hospital. Bailey, Fred Deforest, M.D., 260 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1882. Surgeon, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Eastern District Dispensary and Hospital, St. Catherine ' s Hospital; Attending Ophthalmologist, Industrial Home for the Blind, Baptist Home, Brooklyn, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Jamaica; Oph- thalmic Surgeon, Long Island Railroad. Bailey, Frederick Harris, M.D., Fargo, North Dakota. Univeraty of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1893. Bailey, Fred Warren, B.Sc, M.D., 6ir Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Marion-Sims-Beau- mont Medical College), 1903. Associate Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital. Bailey, Frederick William, M.Sc, M.D., 309 Security Building, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1905. Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Bailey, Harold Capron, M.D., 22 East Si.tty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1903. Instructor in Obstetrics, Cornell University Medical College; Assistant Obstetrician, Manhattan Maternity and Dispensary; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, Bellevue Hospital; Associate Gynecologist, Memorial Hospital. Bailey, William J., M.D., First National Bank Building, Connellsville, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Consulting Opthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Cottage State Hospital. Bailly, Thomas Edward, M.D., Ph.D., 870 Market Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical College, 1892. Surgeon, Gynecologist, and Chief of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Baird, Alvin W., A.B., M.D., Medical Building, Portland, Oregon. Cornell University Medical College, 1905. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Oregon Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Multnomah County Hospital. Baker, Archibald E., M.D., 10 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1889. Clinical Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, Medical College of the State of South Carolina; Visiting Surgeon, Roper Hospital; Surgeon in Charge, Baker Sanatorium. Baker, Davis, M.D., Insurance Company Building, Glens Falls, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1909. Surgeon, Glens Falls Hospital. Baker, Frank Cole, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1899. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. ¥ Alphabetical List of Fellows 283 Baker, Harold W., B.Sc, M.D., 49 Gloucester Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, iqo6. Instructor in Gynecology, Harvard Uni- versity Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Free Hospital for Women, Brookline. Baker, Herbert William, B.A., M.B., 606 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1909. Assistant in Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Assistant Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Toronto General Hospital. Baker, J. Norment, A.B., M.D., Bell BuUding, Montgomery, Alabama. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1898. Surgeon, High- land Park Sanatorium. Baker, Juxian Meredith, B.Sc, M.D., 503 Main Street, Tarboro, North Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1879. Surgeon, Edgecombe General Hospital. Baker, Walter H., M.D., 122 North Lafayette Boulevard, South Bend, Indiana. Indiana Medical College, 1907. Surgeon, Epworth and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Baker, William T. H., B.Sc, M.D., 217 West Orman Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado. Northwestern University Medical School, 1896. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Balabanoff, Ivan Petroff, A.M., M.D., 415 Fidelity Building, Tacoma, Washington. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Uni- versity of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1887. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Balch, Franklin Greene, A.M., M.D., 279 Clarendon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1892. Chief of East Surgical Service, Massachusetts General Hospital; Surgeon, Faulkner Hospital. Balch, Ralph E., M.D., 115 West Lovell Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Northwestern University Medical Scho ol, 1897. Consulting Surgeon, Kalamazoo State Hospital. Baldwin, Charles Hume, A.B., M.D., 282 Genesee Street, Utica, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals, Utica City Dispensary. Baldwin, Edward Hill, M.D., 85 Clinton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1895. Surgeon, Homeopathic Hospital of Essex County; Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Passaic. Baldwin, Hugh Allen, M.D., 347 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Jef- ferson Medical College, 1901. Instructor in Genito-Urinary Surgery, Ohio State University College of Medicine; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Grant, St. Francis, and Children ' s Hospitals. Baldwin, James Fairchild, A.M., M.D., 115 South Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Jefferson Medical College, 1874. Chief Surgeon, Grant Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. 284 American College of Surgeons Baldwin, James Harvey, A.B., M.D., 1426 Pine Street, PhUadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania Scho ol of Medicine, 1900. Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital. Baldwin, Kate W., M.D., 1117 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1890. Senior Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Baldwin, L. Grant, M.D., 20 Schermerhom Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1886. Gynecologist, St. Peter ' s Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Far Rockaway, Hospital of St. Giles the Cripple, Garden City; Consulting Surgeon, Huntington Hospital, Huntington. Baldwin, Samuel C, M.D., 316 McComick Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1884. Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. W. H. Groves Latter-Day Saints ' Hospital. Baldy, John Montgomery, M.D., Devon, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1884. BALEOtrE, Donald C, M.D., 427 South Glencoe Street, Rochester, Minnesota. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1906. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital (Mayo Clinic). Ballenger, Edgar Garrison, M.D., 805 Healey Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1901. Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, Emory University School of Medicine; Urologist, Grady and Wesley Memorial Hospitals; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Davis-Fischer Sanatorium. Ballin, Max, M.D., 2407 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. University of Berlin, 1892. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Surgeon, Harper Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Free, St. Mary ' s and Woman ' s Hospitals. Balloch, Edward A., A.M., M.D., 2000 Sixteenth Street, Northwest, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Howard University School of Medicine, 1879. Dean and Professor of Surgery, Howard University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Freedmen ' s Hospital. Ballon, David H., B.A., CM., M.D., 255 Bishop Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGUl University, 1909. Assistant Demonstrator in Oto-Laryngology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Associate in Oto-Laryngology, Royal Victoria Hospital; Oto-Laryngologist, Alex- andra Hospital. Bancroft, Frederic Wolcott, A.B., M.D., 100 East Sixty-sixth Street, New York, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Instructor in Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. Bandler, Ciarence Garpield, M.D., 8 East Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Alphabetical List of Fellows 285 1904. Associate Professor of Urology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Associate in Urology, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Assistant Attending Urologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Con- sulting Surgeon, Home for Aged and Infirm, Yonkers, King ' s Park State Hospital, King ' s Park. Bandler, Samxjel Wyllis, A.B., M.D., 134 West Eighty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1894. Professor of Diseases of Women, New York Post-Graduate Medical School. Banister, John Monro, A.B., M.D., 400 Brandeis Theatre Building, Omaha, Nebraska. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1878. Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska College of Medicine; Member of Staff, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Wise Memorial Hos- pital; Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army, retired. Banister, William B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. University of Louisville Medical Department (Central University of Kentucky), 1883. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Bannen, William Edward, M.D., State Bank Building, La Crosse, Wiscon- sin. NorthwestemUniversity Medical School, 1908. Member of Advisory and Attending Staffs, St. Francis Hospital. Banner, Charles W., D.D.S., M.D., Banner Building, Greensboro, North Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1899. Laryn- gologist and Ophthalmologist, St. Leo ' s Hospital. Bannister, Murdoch, B.Sc, M.D., Hofmann Building, Ottimiwa, Iowa. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Visiting Surgeon, Ottumwa Hospital. Bansbach, Joseph J., M.D., 825 Frederick Avenue, St. Joseph, Missouri. Ens worth Medical College, 1898. Surgeon, Missouri Methodist, Noyes, and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Welfare Board; Director of Venereal Disease Clinic. Barber, Calvin F., M.D., 57 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1882. At- tending Surgeon, Kings County and Bradford Street Hospitals; Consult- ing Surgeon, Long Island State, Harbor, Samaritan, and Coney Island Hospitals, St. Christopher ' s Hospital for Babies. Barber, Robert Forrest, A.B., M.D., 1140 Dean Street, Brookl)m, New York. Long Island CoUege Hospital, 1908. Associate Professor of Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Chief Attending Surgeon, PoLhemus Clinic. Barber, William Howard, A.B., M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 191 1. Lecturer on Surgery and Director of Laboratory of Experimental Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital. 286 American College of Surgeons Barboso De Barros, Jos6, M.D., Rua Campos Salles 51, Campinas, Brazil, Faculty of Medicine, University of Rio de Janeiro, 1901. Director, Portu- guese and Maternity Hospitals; Surgeon, Mercy Home. Barcus, Paul J., M.D., Ben Hur Building, Crawfordsville, Indiana. Univer- sity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1887. Barden, George Rice, M.D., 270 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1896. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, State Hospital for Mental Diseases. Barkley, Archibald Henry, A.B., M.D., CM., 138 North Upper Street, Lexington, Kentucky. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Consulting Surgeon, Good Samaritan Hospital; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky State House of Reform, Greendale. Barksdale, John Woodson, M.D., 106 Railroad Avenue, Winona, Mississippi. Birmingham Medical College, 1899. Surgeon, Winona Infirmary; Visiting Surgeon, Mississippi State Charity Hospital, Jackson. Barlow, Charles Holdsworth, M.D., 600 Court Street, Portsmouth, Vir- ginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1900. Barlow, Edward E., M.D., loi Iowa Street, Dermott, Arkansas. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1902. Surgeon, Lake Village Infirmary, Lake Village. Barlow, Roy Alexander, B.Sc, M.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. University of Michigan Medical School, 1914. Assistant Professor of Rhinology and Oto-Laryngology, University of Minnesota, Mayo Founda- tion; Associate Oto-Laryngologist, Division of Surgery, Mayo Clinic and Worrell Hospital. Barlow, Walter Linley, A.B., M.D., CM., 4769 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1898. Assist- ant Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Barndt, Milton A., M.D., 511 Consolidated Realty Building, Los Angeles, California. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago (Chicago Homeopathic Medical College), 1893. Barnes, Frank L., M.D., 1408 Rosalie Avenue, Houston, Texas. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1896. Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Barnes, James Arthur, A.B., M.D., Slater Building, Worcester, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Surgeon, St. Vincent HospiUl. Barnes, Walter S., M.D., 29 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Uni- versity of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1892. Assistant Professor of Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Gynecologist, Mercy Hospital. Barnett, Charles E., M.D., Medical Arts Building, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine, 1890. Alphabetical List of Fellows 287 Barnett, Jacob, M.D., Medical Building, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1897. Professor of Gyne- cology, Loyola Post-Graduate School of Medicine; Gynecologist, Charity Hospital, Touro Infirmary. Bajrnett, Jaaies Miller, M.D., 208 Pine Street, Albany, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta), 1902. Surgeon, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital. Barnett, Stephen Trent, A.B., M.D., 20 East Linden Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1896. G3Tie- cologist and Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Mac- Vicar Hospital of Spelman Seminary; Gynecologist, Georgia Baptist Hospital. Barney, J. Bellinger, A.B., M.D., 99 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Instructor in Genito- urinary Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Chief of Genito-Urinary Service, Massachusetts General Hospital. Barney, Louie Frank, M.D., Wahlenmaier Building, Kansas City, Kansas. University of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Medical College), 1903. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Barnhill, John F., M.D., Pennway Building, Indianap olis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Central College of Physicians and Sur- geons), 1888. Professor of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Member of Staff, Robert W. Long and Methodist Episcopal Hospitals. Baron, Frederick Stewart, M.D., 740 Fidelity Medical Building, Dayton, Ohio. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1900. Ophthal- mologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Dayton State Hospital; Oto-Laryn- gologist. Good Samaritan Hospital, Zanesville; Ophthalmologist, Bethesda Hospital, ZanesviUe; Oculist, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Barr, Richard Alexander, A.B., M.D., 800 Nineteenth Avenue, South, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1894. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Member of Staff, NashviUe City and Vanderbilt University Hospitals, Barr Infirmary. Barrett, Channing W., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1895. Professor and Head of Department of Gynecology, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Professor of Gynecology, Chicago Policlinic; Head of Department of Gynecology and Attending Gynecologist, Cook County Hospital; Attend- ing Gynecologist, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital, Henrotin Memorial, West Side, and Columbus Hospitals. Barrett, Gilbert Michael, A.M., M.D., 516 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1895. Associate Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; 288 American College of Surgeons Chief Surgeon, Union Plant Hospital and Alameda Works Hospital of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Limited, General Electric and Pacific States Electric Companies. Barrett, Michael Francis, A.B., M.D., 231 Main Street, Brockton, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Surgeon-in-Chief, Brockton Hospital. Barrett, William Thomas, M.D., Union Bank Building, Victoria, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1897. Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Member of Visiting Staff, Royal Provincial Jubilee Hospital. Barrie, George, M.D., 15 East Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1892, Visiting Surgeon, Blythedale Home for Crippled Children, Hawthorne; Consulting Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Gouvemeur Hospital. Barringer, Benjamin S., B.Sc, M.D., 134 East Seventy-sixth Street, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1902. Instructor in Urology, Cornell University Medical College; Surgeon, Urological Department, Memorial Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Urological Depart- ment, Bellevue Hospital; Consultant Urologist, Mary McClellan Hospital; Consultant Cystoscopist, French Hospital. Barringer, Emily Dunning, B.Sc, M.D., 134 East Seventy-sixth Street, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1901. In Charge of Female Gonorrheal Wards, City Board of Health. Barros, Nicolan de Moraes, M.D., Rua S. Bento 35, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Faculty of Medicine, University of Rio de Janeiro, 1900. Professor of Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine, Sao Paulo; Surgeon and Director of Gynecological Clinic, Santa Casa Hospital. Barrow, D. Woolfolk, M.D., 190 North Upper Street, Lexington, Kentucky. University of Michigan Medical School, 1908. Member of Surgical Staff, Good Samaritan and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Barrow, David, M.D., 190 North Upper Street, Lexington, Kentucky. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1880. Visiting and Consulting Surgeon, Good Samaritan and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Barrows, David Nye, A.B., M.D., 130 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 191 2. Instructor in Gynecology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Department of Gynecology, and Chief of Gynecologi- cal Clinic, Cornell University Medical School; Adjunct Attending Gyne- cologist, Bellevue Hospital; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Manhattan Maternity Hospital; Attending Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Volunteer Hospital; Consulting Cystoscopist, New Rochelle Hospital. Bartels, Leo, M.D., 650 Century Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1906. Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Louis Sanitarium, City Infirmary; Associate Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 289 Bartholomew, Ritdolph A., A.B., M.D., 746 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Michigan Medical School, 1912. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Gynecology, Emory University School of Medicine; Visiting Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Wesley Memorial and Georgia Baptist Memorial Hospitals; Assistant Visiting Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Grady Memorial Hospital. Bartlett, Percy, A.B., M.D., 8 Parkway, Hanover, New Hampshire. Dart- mouth Medical School, 1900. Professor of Surgery, Dartmouth Medical School; Surgeon, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Bartlett, Willard, A.M., M.D., 410 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Marion-Sims Medical College), 1895. Associate in Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Surgeon, Missouri Baptist Sanitarium. Barton, Francis William, B.Sc, M.D., 402 First National Bank Building, Danville, Illinois. Columbia University College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1901. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Elizabeth ' s and Lake View Hospitals. Barton, Lyman G., M.D., 47 Broad Street, Plattsburg, New York. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1891. Visiting Surgeon, Champlain Valley Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Lawrence State Hospital, Ogdensburg. Bartran, William H., M.D., 109 East Walnut Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Northwestern University Medical School, 1899. Attending Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Bascom, Francis S., M.D., 815 Boston Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Rush Medical College, 1882. Medical Director and Member of Consulting Staff, St. Mark ' s Hospital. Basham, David Walker, M.D., 802 Schweiter Building, Wichita, Kansas. University of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Medical College), 1884; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York Uni- versity Medical College), 1891. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Francis Hospital. Basteerica, Jerman Valenzuela, M.D., Riqueleme 47, Santiago, Chile. Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, 1882. Surgeon, Hospital of San Juan de Dios. Bastianelli, Raffaele, M.D., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), Hon., 83 Via Delle Terme, Rome, Italy. University of Rome, 1887. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Royal University; Surgeon-in-Chief, First Pavilion, Hospital Policlinico Umberto I; Lieutenant Colonel, Italian Army Medical Corps. Bastion, Joseph E., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1906. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Batcheller, Oliver T., M.D., 508 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington. University of Miimesota Medical School, 1899. 29© American College of Surgeons Batchelob, James Madison, B.Sc., M.D., 2010 State Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1895. President, and Professor of Surgery, Loyola Post-Graduate School of Medicine; Chief, First Surgical Division, Charity Hospital. Bath, Thomas Wilbur, M.D., Bloomington, Illinois. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1892. Consulting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Battin, Harry Edwin, M.D., 116 East First Street, Coming, New York. Albany Medical College, 1897. Attending Surgeon, Coming Hospital. Battle, Kemp Plummer, A.B., M.D., Citizens Bank Building, Raleigh, North Carolina. University of Virgmia, Department of Medicine, 1881; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1882. Visiting Surgeon, Rex and St. Agnes ' Hospitals. Baues, John Leopold, A.B., M.D., 984 Bushwick Parkway, Brooklyn, New York. SyracuseUniversityCollegeof Medicine, 1904. Attending Surgeon, Wyckoff Heights Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Brooklyn State Hospital. Baughhan, Daniel Sparks, B.Sc, M.D., 100 Egan Avenue, South, Madison, South Dakota. Loyola University School of Medicine (Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1911. Surgeon and Member of StaflF, New , Madison Hospital. Bauohman, Greer, M.D., 26 North Laurel Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1897. Professor of Obstetrics, Medical College of Virginia; Visiting Obstetrician, Memorial, Virginia, and Stuart Circle Hospitals. Bauld, William Alfred Gordon, A.B., M.D., CM., 710 St. Urbain Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1911. Medi- cal Superintendent, Montreal Maternity Hospital. Baum, Willlam Louis, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. JeflFerson Medical College, 1888. Professor of Skin and Venereal Diseases, Post-Graduate Medical School; Dermatologist, St. Luke ' s, Post-Graduate, and Evangelical Deaconess Hospitals. Baxjmeister, Edward Emery, Phar.G., M.D., Chico, California. University of California Medical School, 1904. Baxter, John James, M.D., 92 Main Street, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1885. Senior Visiting Surgeon, Woonsocket Hospital. Baxter, Stephen Henry, A.B., M.D., Physician s and Surgeons Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1902. Associate Surgeon, Hill Crest Surgical Hospital, Bay, Robert Parke, M.D., 1800 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1905. Professor of Oral Surgery, University of Maryland, Department of Dentistry; Attending Surgeon, Church Home and Infirmary, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum; Visiting Surgeon, Union Hospital, Elkton, Havre-de-Grace Hospital, Alphabetical List of Fellows 291 Havre-de-Grace; Chief Medical Examiner, State Industrial Accident Commission. Baynard, Ernest Cornish, M.D., 86 Wentworth Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1909. Professor of Urology, Medical College of the State of South Carolina; V isiting Urologist and Geni to-Urinary Surgeon, Roper Hospital. Bazin, Alfred Turner, M.D., CM., 583 Dorchester Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1894. Assistant Professor of Surgery, and Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGUl University; Attending Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Beach, Robert H., A.B., M.D., Northern Pacific Hospital, Glendive, Mon- tana. University of Michigan Medical School, 1906. Chief Surgeon, Yellowstone District, Northern Pacific Railway, Northern Pacific Bene- ficial Association. Beach, Sylvester Judd, A.B., M.D., 776 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. Harvard Medical School, 1905. Attending Physician, Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary. Beach, William M., A.M., M.D., 901 Bessemer Building, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1889. Beall, Frank Cooke, B.Sc., M.D., 703 Lamar Street, Fort Worth, Texas. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Surgeon in Charge, The Johnson-Beall Hospital. Beattie, David A., M.B., M.D., CM., 210 South First Street, San Jose, Cali- fornia. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1892. Beattie, Robert, M.D., 1229 David T3itney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1903. Member of Staff, Provi- dence Hospital. Beatty, Henry Albert, M.B., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 52 How- land Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Med- icine, 1897. Surgeon, Toronto Western Hospital; Chief Surgeon and Medical Ofl cer, Canadian Pacific Railway. Beatty, Hugh Gibson, Phar.G., M.D., 327 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1910. Instructor in Rhinology and Oto-Laryngology, Ohio State University College of Medi- cine; Assistant Surgeon, St. Francis and Children ' s Hospitals; Consultant, Columbus State Hospital, Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel. Becerro De Bengoa, Miguel, M.D., Seriano 1019, Montevideo, Uruguay. Faculty of Medicme, University of Montevideo, 1912. Chief of Clinical Gynecology, Maciel and Vilardebo Hospitals. Beck, Carl, M.D., 601 Deming Place, Chicago, Illinois. Royal Imperial University of Prague, 1889. Surgeon, North Chicago Hospital. Beck, Emil G., M.D., 2632 Lake View Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1896. Surgeon, North Chicago Hospital. 292 American College of Surgeons Beck, Frederick Lo uis, M.D., 408 Hynds Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming. University of Nebraska College of Medicine, 1903. Member of Staff, Laramie County Memorial Hospital. Beck, Joseph C, M.D., 108 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1895. Associate Professor of Oto-Laryngology, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Chief Oto-Laryngologist, North Chicago Hospital. Becker, Edward VJatz bxtry, M.D., 6 St. Paul Place, Troy, New York. Albany Medical College, 1897. Lecturer on Diseases of the Lungs, Albany Medical College; Rhinologist and Laryngologist, Samaritan Hospital, Church Home, Troy Orphan Asylum. Becker, Henry A., M.D., 629 Guardian Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1894. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Fairview Park Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Lakeside Hospital; Assistant Head of Surgical Department, Cleveland City Hospital. Becton, Joseph Daniei,, M.D., Greenville, Texas. University of Nashville, Medical Department, 1890. Bedell, Arthur J., M.D., 344 State Street, Albany, New York. Albany Meidical College, 1901. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, Albany Medical College; Attending Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Albany Hospital, South End and Albany Hospital Dispensaries; Attending Oculist, Albany Orphan Asylum, Old Ladies ' Home. Beebe, Henry E., M.D., 124 North Ohio Avenue, Sidney, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Homeopathic Hospital College), 1873. Beebe, Hugh McDowell, M.D., 317 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Mich- igan. University of Michigan Homeopathic Medical School, 1907. Pro- fessor of Surgery and Clincal Surgery, University of Michigan Home- opathic Medical School; Surgeon, University of Michigan Homeopathic Hospital. Beebe, Warren Loring, A.M., M.D., Fifth Avenue and St. Germain Street, St. Cloud, Minnesota. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1873; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1876. Member of Staff, St. Raphael ' s Hospital, Beeman, Corda E., M.D., 311 Widdicomb Building, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College, 1903. Member of Staff, Blodgett Memorial Hospital. Beer, Edwin, A.B., M.D., n East Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Attending Surgeon, Mt. Sinai and Bellevue Hospitals. Beeuwkes, Henry, A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University Medical School, I Alphabetical List of Fellows 293 1906. Medical Director, Relief Work in Russia, with American Relief Administration. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Behan, Richakd Joseph, M.D., Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Peim- sylvania. University of Pittsburgh School of Medidne (Western Pennsyl- vania Medical College), 1902; University of Berlin, 1914. Surgeon, Pitts- burgh Tuberculosis Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Hospital and Dispensary. Behan, William Aloysius, M.D., 91 Front Street, Binghamton, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1910. Member o f Staff, Binghamton City Hospital. Behle, Augustus C, M.D., 512 Judge Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Rush Medical College, 1894. Surgeon, St. Mark ' s Hospital. Behrend, Moses, A.M., M.D., 1427 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvam ' a, 1899. Demonstrator of Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College; Surgeon, Jewidi Hospital of Philadelphia, and Mt. Sinai Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Jewish Maternity Hospital, Hebrew Orphans ' Home. Beilby, George Everett, M.D., 247 State Street, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College (Union University, Medical Department), 1899. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Albany Medical College; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Albany Hospital. Belfield, William T., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1878. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Rush Medi- cal College; Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, Chicago Policlinic; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital, Henrotin Memorial and Presbyterian Hospitals. Bell, Benjamin C, A.B., M.B., 143 Market Street, Brantford, Ontario. Uni- versity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1898. Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Brantford General Hospital, Brant Sanatorium, Ontario School for the Blind. Bell, Ernest Lorne, M.D., 174 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire. Dartmouth Medical School, 1894. Member of Staff, Soldiers ' and Sailors Memorial and Emily Balch Cottage Hospitals. Bell, George Huston, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1897. Ophthalmic Sur- geon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Ophthalmologist, St. Andrew ' s Convalescent Hospital, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Visiting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Marine Hospital, Staten Island. Bell, George Newton, M.D., 44 High Street, Hartford, Connecticut. Yale University School of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon, Hartford Hospital; Con- sulting Surgeon, Hartford Isolation Hospital, Hartford, Litchfield County Hospital, Winsted, Home for Crippled Children, Newington, Memorial Hospital, South Manchester. Bell, Harold Kennedy, A.B., M.D., 857 President Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University College of Ph) cians and Surgeons, 1910. 294 American College of Surgeons Assistant Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal, St. John ' s, and Kingston Avenue Hospitals. Bell, James Hall, M.D., 319 Moore Building, San Antonio, Texas. Jefiferson Medical College, 1884. Bell, John J., M.D., 661 West Eighth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. Univer- sity of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1901. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Bell, John Norval, Phar.G., M.D., 1149 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1892. Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Consult- ing Surgeon, Harper Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Booth Memorial and Woman ' s Hospitals; Attending Obstetrician, Providence Hospital. Bell, Percy George, B.A., M.D., 12 Ellesmere Apartments, Carlton Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1909. Associate Ophthalmologist, Winnipeg General Hospital. Bell, Richard Phillips, A.B., M.D., Professional Building, Staunton, Vir- ginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1905. President of Staff, King ' s Daughters Hospital. Bell, Thomas Herbert, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 703 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1896. Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba; Associate Ophthalmic Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Bell, Wllliam Hemphill, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- cine, 1897. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Beller, Abraham J., B.Sc, M.D., 1155 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1910. In- structor in Operative Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Asso- ciate Visiting Surgeon, Broad Street Hospital; Chief of Surgical Clinic, Mt. Sinai Hospital and Dispensary. Bello, Eduardo, M.D., Compas de la Concepcion 358, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1895. Chief Surgeon, Santa Ana Hospital. Bellows, Howard P., M.Sc, M.D., 220 Clarendon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1877. Professor of Otology, Boston University School of Medicine; Consulting Aurist, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, Boston, Westborough State Hos- pital, Westborough; Aurist, Newton Hospital, Newton. Belou, Pedro, M.D., La Plata 1059, Buenos Aires, Argentina. University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine, 1906. Director, University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Medicine. Alphabetical List of Fellows 295 Bendell, Joseph Lewi, A.B., M.D., 178 State Street, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1907. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Homeo- pathic Hospital; Attending Surgeon, South End Dispensary; Attending Dispensary Surgeon, Albany Hospital. Benddcen, Peter Alfred, B.Sc, M.D., 406 Lane Building, Davenport, Iowa. Rush Medical College, 1905. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s and Mercy Hospitals; Chief Surgeon, Davenport, Rock Island and Northwestern Railroad. Benedict, Samuel R., M.D., Empire Building, Birmingham, Alabama. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1908. Attending GjTiecologist, Hillman Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Alabama Power Company. Benedict, William Lemuel, M.D., 102 Second Street, Southwest, Rochester, Minnesota. University of Michigan Medical School, 191 2. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Minnesota Medical School, Mayo Foundation; Head of Ophthalmic Section, Mayo Clinic. Bennett, Arthdr G., M.D., 26 Allen Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1891. Associate Professor of Oph- thalmology, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Ophthal- mologist, Deaconess, Children ' s, and Buffalo City Hospitals, Church Home and Infirmary, Buffalo, Craig Colony for Epileptics, Sonyea; Con- sulting Ophthalmologist, J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital, Perrysburg. Bennett, Newman Hall, A.B., M.D., 191 2 Carson Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (Western Pennsylvania Medical College), 1906. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Benninghoff, George Edward, M.D., 31 West Corydon Street, Bradford, Pennsylvania. Western Reserve University School of Med icine (Uni- versity of Wooster, Medical Department), 1879. Surgeon, Bradford Hospital. Benoit, Hector Wright, M.D., CM., 520 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1909. Visiting Surgeon, St. Christopher ' s Hospital for Babies; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Kings County and Bradford Street Hospitals; Associate Surgeon, Bushwick Hospital. Benson, Marion T., M.D., 504 Atlanta National Bank Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1900. Gynecologist, Grady Memorial Hos- pital; Consulting Gynecologist, Georgia Baptist Hospital; Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Davis- Fischer Sanatorium. Bentley, Frederick, M.D., 404 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1901. Member of Staff, Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital. Bentley, Neil I., A.B., M.D., 1161 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michi- gan. University of Michigan Homeopathic Medical School, 1906. At- tending Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Grace Hospital and Polyclinic. 296 American College of Surgeons Benton, Frederick Leslie, B.Sc, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896; University of Havana, 1906. Conmiander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Benvie, Robert Maclean, M.D., CM., South Main Street, Stellarton, Nova Scotia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1907. Visiting Surgeon, Aberdeen Hospital. Berens, T. Passmore, M.D., 25 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1887. Director and Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Consulting Otologist, St. Bartholomew ' s and New Rochelle Hospitals. Bergeron, Joseph Z., A.M., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1889. Oto-Laryngologist and Rhinolo- gist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Bergland, John McFarland, B.Sc, M.D., 4 West Biddle Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1904. Asso- ciate in Obstetrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Visiting Obstetrician, Church Home and Infirmary, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum. Bernard, Guy Talmadge, M.D., 204 Thirteenth Street, Augusta, Georgia. University of Georgia, Medical Department, 1907. Instructor in Surgery, University of Georgia, Medical Department; Associate Attending Surgeon, University and Wilhenford Hospitals. Berndt, Daniel Albert, M.D., 1304 Gallia Avenue, Portsmouth, Ohio, University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1896. Visiting Surgeon, Hempstead Hospital; Surgeon, Norfolk and Western Railway, Portsmouth Street Railway and Light Company. Bernheim, Bertram M., A.B., M.D., 2313 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Instructor in Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Union Protestant Infirmary, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Church Home and Infirmary; Surgeon, Out- Patient Department, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bernstein, Edward J., M.D., 507 Fine Arts Building, Detroit, Michigan. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1887. Berry, John J., M.D., Portsmouth, New Hampshire. University and Belle- vue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York), 1879. Surgeon, Portsmouth Hospital, Mark H. Wentworth Home, Boston and Maine Railroad, Portsmouth Electric Railway. Berry, John McWilliams, B.Sc, M.D., 35 Elk Street, Albany, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1901. Clinical Pro- fessor of Orthopedics and Roentgenology, Albany Medical College; Attend- ing Orthopedist and Roentgenologist, Albany Hospital; Orthopedist and Roentgenologist, Child ' s Hospital; Consulting Orthopedist, Ellis Hospital, Schenectady. Alphabetical List of Fellows 297 Berry, Virgil, M.D., Fifth and Okmulgee Streets, Okmulgee, Oklahoma. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Beaumont Hospital Medical College), 1895. Retired. Berry, William D., M.D., Barnes Building, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Univer- sity of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1899. Surgeon, Oklahoma State Baptist, and Physicians and Surgeons Hospitals. Berteling, J. B., M.S., A.M., M.D., 228 West Colfax Avenue, South Bend, Indiana. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1883. Surgeon, Epworth Hospital; Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Bertner, Ernst William, A.B., M.D., 411 Carter Building, Houston, Texas. University of Texas, Department of Medicine, 191 1. Member of Surgical Staff, Municipal Hospital and Baptist Sanitarium. Besley, Frederic A., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Mercy and Cook County Hospitals. Bessesen, Alfred N., M.D., 301 Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, Minne- sota. Rush Medical College, 1893. Member of Staff, Asbury Hospital. Best, Charles Lorton, A.B., M.Sc, M.D., 3K East Stephenson Street, Freeport, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Surgeon, St. Francis and Freeport General Hospitals. Bettman, Ralph Boerne, A.B., M.D., 5 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1914. Clinical Assistant in Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School; Adjunct Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital. Betts, Norman S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Phila- delphia, 1904. Lieutenant, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Bevan, Arthur Dean, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1883. Professor of Surgery and Head of Surgical Department, Rush Medical College; Head of Surgical Department and Attending Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. Bevans, James L., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Northwestern University Medical School, 1893. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Beyea, Henry D., M.D., Roanes, Virginia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1891. Retired. BiCA De Medeiros, Alfen, M.D., Porto Alegre, Brazil. Faculty of Medicine, Surgery and Pharmacy, Bahia, 1903. BiCKHAM, Warren Stone, Phar.M., M.D., 440 Riverside Drive, New York, New York. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1886; Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1887. 298 American College of Surgeons BiCKLEY, Robert S., M.D., 339 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic College and Flower Hospital, 1907. Attending Surgeon, Auxiliary Staff, Metropolitan Hospital; ' Assisting Surgeon, Broad Street Hospital. BiCKLEY, William H., M.D., 2625 West Fourth Street, Waterloo, Iowa. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1900. Surgeon, Synodical Presbyterian and St. Francis Hospitals. BiDDLE, J. C, M.D., State Hospital, Ashland, Pennsylvania. Jeflferson Med- ical College, 1877. Surgeon-in-Chief, and Superintendent, State Hospital. BiDWELL, Pern J ' ., M.D., Schmidt Building, Toledo, Ohio. Ohio State Uni- versity College of Medicine (Starling Medical College), 1904. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. BiERHOFF, Frederic, M.D., 155 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Consulting Cystoscopist, Gouvemeur Hospital; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, West Side Dispensary, Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews. BiGELOW, Leslie Lawson, A.B., M.D., 185 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Ohio State University College of Medicine; Surgeon and Chief of Stafif, Children ' s Hospital; Surgeon, Grant and Protestant Hospitals. BiGELOW, Wilfred A., M.D., Bigelow Clinic, Brandon, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1903. Member of Stafif, Brandon General Hospital. BiGGAR, Hamilton Fisk, A.M., M.D., LL.D., it 10 Euclid Avenue, Cleve- land, Ohio. Western Homeopathic College, 1866. Retired. Biggs, Montgomery Herman, M.D., Rutherfordton, North Carolina. Uni- versity of Pennsylvam ' a School of Medicine, 1897. Surgeon, Rutherford Hospital. Bigler, C. Albert, Jr., M.D., 2009 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1902. In- structor of Surgery and Clinical Professor of Rectal Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Surgeon, Hahnemann Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, West Chester Homeopathic Hospital, West Chester; Consulting Proctologist, Allentown State Hospital, Allentown. Biix, Arthur Holbrook, A.M., M.D., 503 Osborn Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1901. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the Department, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Obstetrician-in-Chief, Cleveland Maternity Hospital; Visiting Obstetrician and Head of Obstetrical Department, Cleveland City Hospital; Director of Out-Patient Department, Maternity Hospital, Western Reserve University. BiNGER, Henry E., M.D., 1027 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. Uni- versity of Minnesota Medical School, 1910. Ophthalmologist and Oto- Laryngologist, St. Luke ' s and Bethesda Hospitals, State Hospital for Crippled Children. Alphabetical List of Fellows 299 Bingham, Anson Holden, M.D., 2345 Broadway, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1900. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, Metropolitan and Community Hos- pitals, Laura Franklin Hospital for Children, New York, Yonkers Home- opathic Hospital and Maternity, Yonkers. Bingham, George Arthxhs, M.B., M.D., CM., 68 Isabella Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1884. Associate Professor of Clirycal Surgery and Clinical Anatomy, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Chief of Service and Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. BiNNEY, Horace, A.B., M.D., 403 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital. BiNNiE, John Fairbairn, A.M., M.B., CM., 917 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Aberdeen, 1886. Surgeon, Research, Christian Church, and Kansas City General Hospitals. Bird, Maurice Duane, M.D., 520 Main Street, Marinette, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1896. President, Marinette and Menominee Hospital Company; Surgeon, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. Bird, William Edwin, Jr., A.B., M.D., 1022 Dupont Building, Wilmington, Delaware. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1911. Sur- geon, Physicians and Surgeons and State Tuberculosis Hospitals; Associate Orthopedic Surgeon, Delaware Hospital. Editor, Delaware State Medical Journal. Bird, William Grant, M.D., 510 F. P. Smith Building, Flint, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1895. Birge, Russell H., A.B., M.D., 2417 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Instructor in Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Lakeside Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Huron Road Hospital. Btrk, John W., M.D., 4654 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Ph3rsicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1901. Instructor in Obstetrics, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Chicago Policlinic; Obste- trician, Lake View Hospital. Birkett, Herbert Stanley, C.B., M.D., CM., 252 Mountain Street, Mon- treal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1886. Dean and Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Oto-Laryngologist, Royal Victoria, Alexandra, and Montreal Foundling and Baby Hospitals, Mackay Institute for Protestant Deaf Mutes and the Blind. Birmingham, Henry P., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Michigan Medical School, 1876. Brigadier General, Medical Corps, United States Army. 300 American College of Surgeons BiKNiE, John Mathews, A.B,, M.D., 6 Chestnut Street, Springfield, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Assistant Surgeon, Springfield Hospital; Surgeon, Ware Hospital, Ware; Visiting Surgeon, Monson State Hospital, Monson, Bishop, Eliot, A.B., M.D., 46 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Dart- mouth Medical School, 1904. Assistant Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Brooklyn Hospital. Bishop, Lotns W., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Long Island College Hospital, 1896. Com- mander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Bishop, W. H., M.D., 667 Madison Avenue, New York, " New York. Hahne- mann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1889. Surgeon, Fifth Avenue Hospital, New York, United Hospital, Port Chester, New York, Ann May Memorial Hospital, Spring Lake, New Jersey. Bishop, William Lee, M.D., 415 Stevens Building, Portland, Oregon. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. BiSPHAM, William N., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1897. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. BissELL, DouGAL, B.Sc, M.D., 219 West Seventy-ninth Street, New York, New York. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1888. Attend- ing Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, Central Islip State Hospital, Central Islip. BisSELL, Elmer Jefferson, M.D., Mission Canyon, Santa Barbara, Cali- fornia. University of Michigan Homeopathic Medical College, 1883. Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Rochester Homeopathic Hospital, Rochester, New York. Bitting, Nitma Duncan, Phar.G., M.D., Durham, North Carolina. Jefferson Medical College, 1907. Surgeon, Watts Hospital, West Durham. BiTZER, Newton Emerson, M.D., 236 West Chestnut Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Medical Director and Chief Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Surgeon, Lancaster County Hospital. BjORNSON, O., M.D., CM., 701 Lindsay Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1897. Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba; Attending Obstetrician, Winnipeg General Hospital. Black, Arthur Davenport, A.M., D.Sc, D.D.S., M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Black, Carl Ellsworth, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 200 Ayers Bank Building, Jacksonville, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1887. Surgeon, Passavant Memorial and Our Saviour ' s Hospitals, Chicago and Alton, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, and Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis Railroads, Illinois Traction System. I Alphabetical List of Fellows 301 Black, Hugh Ratchpord, M.D., 509 Allen and Law Building, Spartanburg, South Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1883. Surgeon-in-Chief, Spartanburg Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Provident Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Wofiford College; Surgeon, Southern, Charleston and Western Carolina Railw ays. Black, John A., M.D., 103 West Pitkin Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1882. Surgeon, St. Mary Hospital. Black, John Fielding, M.D., 247 Main Street, White Plains, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, rgoo. Attend- ing Surgeon, White Plains Hospital, White Plains, Westchester County Hospital, East View; Consulting Surgeon, Bloomingdale Hospital; Cystoscopist, White Plains Hospital, White Plains, Tarrytown Hospital, Tarrytown, Ossining Hospital, Ossining, United Hospital, Port Chester. Black, Melville, M.D., 424 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Ophthal- mologist, St. Luke ' s and Children ' s Hospitals, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad; Consulting Oculist, Denver Orphans ' Home, Church Home for Convalescents, Colorado and Southern Railroad. Black, Nelson Miles, Phar.G., M.D., Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wiscon- sin. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Ophthal- mologist, Children ' s Free Hospital; Head of Department of Ophthal- mology, Columbia Hospital; Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Milwaukee Infants ' Home and Hospital; Head of Department Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology, Milwaukee County Hospital, Wauwatosa. Black, Vaughan E., A.B., M.D., Scott Block, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1910. Member of Surgical Staff, Moose Jaw General, and Providence Hospitals. Black, William Thomas, M.D., 620 Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1898. Associate Professor of Gynecology, University of Tennes- see College of Medicine; Visiting Gynecologist, Baptist Memorial and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals; Associate Visiting Gynecologist, Memphis General Hospital; President of Staff and Surgeon, Porter Home and Leath Orphanage. Blackburn, John Henry, M.D., 1119 State Street, Bowling Green, Ken- tucky. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1899. Surgeon, Blackburn Hospital. Blackwell, Edward Maurice, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1890. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Blackwell, Karl S., A.B., A.M., M.D., 501 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 302 American College of Surgeons 1906. Associate Professor, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Medical College of Virginia; Member of Staff, Memorial and City Hospitals. Blackwood, Norman Jerome, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1888. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Blahd, M. Emmett, M.D,, 301 Anisfield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1906. Associate Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Blain, Alexander W., M.D., 2201 Jefferson Avenue, East, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgerj ' , 1906. Associate Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Senior Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Chief of Staff, Jefferson Clinic. Blair. Edward Giles, A.B., M.D., 404 Bryant Building, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Bethany Methodist Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas. Blair, Vilray Papin, A.M., M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Mis- souri. WashingtonUniversity Medical School, 1893. Associate in Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Professor of Oral Surgery, Wash- ington University, Dental Department; Visiting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Barnes and St. Louis Children ' s Hospitals. Blair, William W., M.D., 604 Diamond Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1889. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Staff Surgeon, Eye and Ear, Tuberculosis League, and Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospitals. Blaisdell, Silas Canady, M.D., 331 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1882. Surgeon-in-Chief, Brooklyn Eastern District Dispensary and Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Bushwick Hospital. Blake, Charles French, A.M., M.D., 20 East Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1893. Professor of Proctology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, South Baltimore General and Mercy Hospitals. Blake, Herbert C, M.D., 1014 West Lafayette Avenue, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1905. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Associate in Surgery, Maryland General Hospital. Blakz, John Bapst, A.M., M.D., 657 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1891. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, Boston City Hospital; Consulting Alphabetical List of Fellows 303 Surgeon, Boston State Hospital, Boston, Reformatory for Women, South Framingham. Blake, Joseph Augustus, Ph.B., A.M., M.D., 216 East Fifty-third Street, New York, New York. Colu mbia University, College of Phjrsicians and Surgeons, 1889. Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, Roosevelt, and Lincoln Hospitals, Clinic for Reconstruction Hospital, New York, Tanytown Hospital, Tarrytown. Blakely, Rupert Mitchum, A.B., M.D., 426 Exchange Bank Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 191 1. Member of Surgical StaflF, University of Arkansas, Medical Depart- ment, and St. Vincent ' s Lifirmary. Blakesley, Theodore S., M.D., 638 Lathrop Building, Kansas City, Missouri Rush Medical College, 1902. Member of Staff, Swedish and Kansas City General Hospitals. Blanchard, R. J., M.B., CM., 288 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Uni- versity of Edinburgh, 1877. Member of Consulting Staff, Winnipeg General Hospital. Blanchard, Wallace, M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1869. Assistant Clinical Pro- fessor of Orthopedic Surgery, Rush Medical College; Orthopedic Surgeon, University Hospital, Hospital for Destitute Crippled Children, Chicago, Convalescent Home for Crippled Children, Prince Crossing. Bland, Pascal Brooke, M.D., 1621 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylva- nia. Jefferson Medical College, 1901. Assistant Professor G3Tiecology, Jefferson Medical College; Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist, Jefferson Medical College Hospital. Bledsoe, Robert Walter, M.D., 1005 Madison Avenue, Covington, Ken- tucky. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1900. Chief of Staff, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Blesh, Abraham Lincoln, M.D., 308 Patterson Building, Oklahoma, Okla- homa. Northwestern University Medical School, 1889. Associate Pro- fessor of Surgery, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; Chief of Staff and Chief Surgeon, Wesley Hospital; Surgeon, University Hospital. Bliss, Chester B., M.D., 409 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky, Ohio. Univer- sity of Michigan Medical School, 1896. Bliss, George D., M.D., 508 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1881. Consulting Obstetrician, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. Bloch, Oscar Edgeworth, A.M., M.D., 316 West Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1893. Sur- geon, SS. Mary and Elizabeth, Jewish, and LouisviUe PubUc Hospitals; Consultant in Surgery, United States War Risk Bureau; Operating Sur- geon, United States Marine Hospital, No. 11. 304 American College of Surgeons Block, Frank Benton, A.B., M.D., 2035 Chestnut Street, PhDadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 191 1. Instructor of Gynecology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Surgeon, Jewish Hospital and Gynecological Dispensary, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Blodgett, William E., A.B., M.D., Kresge Medical Building, Detroit, Michigan. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Associate Professor of Ortho- pedic Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Grace Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Harper, and St. Mary ' s Hospitals. Blood, George Willard, M.D., 151 Rock Street, Fall River, Massachusetts. Tufts College Medical School, 1908. Surgeon, Fall River City and St. Anne ' s Hospitals. Bloodgood, Joseph Colt, B.Sc, M.D., 904 North Charles Street, Baltimor e, Maryland. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1891. Asso- ciate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Associate Visiting Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Chief Surgeon, St. Agnes ' Hospital. Bloom, Charles J., A.B., M.D., Landreth Block, Muskegon, Michigan. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1908. Consulting Surgeon, Hackley Hospital. Bloom, I. N., A.B., M.D., 222 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Harvard Medical School, 1881. Professor of Syphilography and Dermatology, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Member of Staff, Louisville City, Jewish, and SS. Mary and Elizabeth Hospitals, Masonic Widows ' and Orphans ' Home; Consultant, Children ' s Free Hospital. Bloom, Jefferson Davis, M.D., 5718 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1886. Blue, John H., B.Sc, M.D., Bell Building, Montgomery, Alabama. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Attending Surgeon, St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Blue, Julian Baker, M.D., 1224 Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1907. Instructor in Ophthalmology, University of Tennessee College of Medicine; Ophthal- mologist, Baptist Memorial and Memphis General Hospitals; Oto- Laryngologist, Tri-State Crippled Children ' s Hospital. Blue, Rupert, M.D., D.Sc, D.P.H., United States Public Health Service, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1892. Assistant Surgeon General, United States Public Health Service. Blum, Henry Nathan, B.Sc, M.D., Maison Blanche Building, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1900. Instructor in Ophthalmology, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine; Visiting Oculist, Charity Hospital; Senior Associate in Ophthal- mology, Touro Infirmary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 305 BoBB, Byron A., M.D., 723 West Fourth Avenue, Mitchell, South Dakota. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. Surgeon, Methodist State and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Bock, Otto Bismarck, Phar.G., M.D., 925 North Eighth Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1894. Surgeon, St. Nicholas Hospital. Bocock, Edgar Allan, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Medical College of Virginia, 1915. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. BoDiNE, Charles Delos, M.D., 285 Fargo Street, Portland, Oregon. North- western University Medical School, 1902. Member of StaflF, Emanuel Hospital. Bodkin, Dominic George, M.D., 897 Lafayette Avenue, Brookl3Ti, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Attending Surgeon, St. Catherine ' s Hospital. Bodkin, Martin Laurence, M.D., 290 Clinton Avenue, Brookl3m, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1894. Rectal Surgeon, St. Catherine ' s and Williamsburgh Hospitals; Consulting Rectal Surgeon, Zion Hospital. Boehm, Joseph Leopold, Phar.G., M.D., 540 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Washington University Medical School, 1899. BoERNER, Morris H., M.D., Scarbrough Building, Austin, Texas. Univer- sity of Texas, Medical Department, 1909. BoGAN, Fred Macon, M.D., 108 East Twenty-fourth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1893. BoGARDUs, Henry J., M.D., 427 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1883. Bogart, Arthttr H., M.D., 27 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1893. Senior Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Coney Island Hospital. Bogart, John Bion, A.M., M.D., 463 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1884. Consulting Surgeon, Kings County, Jewish, Methodist Episcopal Hospitals, and Brookljm Home for Consumptives. Boger, John A., A.M., M.D., 2213 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1889. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Senior Surgeon, Stetson Hospital. Bogert, Edward S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. 3o6 American College of Surgeons BoiCE, Edmund Simpson, B.A., M.D,, Park View Hospital, Rocky Mount, North Carolina. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1909. Surgeon, Park View Hospital. Bonxs, WnxiAM F., M.Sc, M.D., 426 South Dodge Street, Iowa City, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1906. Professor of Oph- thalmology, State University of Iowa College of Medicine; Ophthal- mologist, State University and Mercy Hospitals. BoLAND, Frank Kells, A.B., M.D., 436 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1900. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Grady Memorial, Wesley Memorial, and Georgia Baptist Hospitals. BoLDT, Hermann J., M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1879. Emeritus Professor of GjTiecology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Consulting Gynecologist, New York Post- Graduate Medical School and Hospital, Stuyvesant Polyclinic, St. Vin- cent ' s, Beth Israel, and Union Hospitals. BoLSTA, Charles, M.D., Ortonville, Minnesota. Rush Medical College, 1895. Surgeon, Ortonville Evangelical Hospital. BONDURANT, FLINT, B.Sc, M.D., Cairo National Bank Building, Cairo, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1909. Head of Surgical Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Bonn, Harry Kraylor, M.D., 201 Pennway Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine, 1908. Assistant in Gynecology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Alternate in General Surgery, Indianapolis City Hospital. Bonnell, Saul, M.D., CM., Walmsley Street, Fernie, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1896. Surgeon, Fernie General Hospital. BONNEY, Charles W., A.B., M.D., 1117 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1904. Associate in Topographic and Applied Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College. Booker, Lyle Steele, M.D., First National Bank Building, Durham, North Carolma. Medical College of Virginia, 1908. Surgeon, Watts Hospital, West Durham. Bookman, Milton Ralph, M.D., 473 East One Hundred Forty-first Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1906. Adjunct Attending Surgeon, Lebanon Hospital, Bookwalter, Carl Ferdinand, B.Sc., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1910. Associate in Otology, Northwestern University Medical School; Adjunct in Otology, Wesley Memorial Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 307 Boone, Jesse Franklin, M.D., 818 East Forty-seventh Street, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, 19 12. Adjunct Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Hahnemann Medical College; Member of Staff, Hahnemann Hospital. Boone, Joel T., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia, 1913. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. BooRSTEiN, Samuel W., M.D., 529 Courtlandt Avenue, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1909. Assistant Visiting Surgeon and Chief of Orthopedics, Out-Patient Department, Fordham Hospital; Adjunct Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Montefiore Hospital; Neurological Orthopedic Surgeon, Central Neurological Hospital. Boot, George William, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Sioux City College of Medicine, 1893; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Assistant Professor, Ear, Nose, and Throat Depart- ment, University of Illinois; Attending Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon, Cook County Hospital; President of Staff, St. Francis ' Hospital, Evanston. Booth, Albert Edwin, M.D., 1132 Metropolitan Bank Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School (College of Homeo- pathic Medicine and Surgery), 1899. Booth, Arthur Woodward, M.D., 222 West Church Street, Elmira, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Attending Surgeon, Amot-Ogden Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, People ' s Hospital, Sajnre, Pennsylvania. Booth, Burton Sylvander, M.D., 60 Second Street, Troy, New York. Albany Medical College, 1889. Consulting Laryngologist, Leonard Hospital. Booth, Carlos Charles, M.D., 232 North Phelps Street, Youngstown, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1883. Consulting Sur- geon, Youngstown Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Republic Iron and Steel Com- pany; Local Surgeon, New York Central Lines, Pittsburgh and Lake Erie, and Lake Erie and Eastern Railroads. Booth, George Bertram, Phar.G., M.D., 506 Adams Street, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Medical College, 1907. Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. BooTHBY, Walter Meredith, A.M., M.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minne- sota. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Borden, Charles R. C, M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Bowdoin Medical School, 1896. Aural Surgeon, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Hospital for Contagious Diseases, Somerville, Board of Health Hospital, Brookline. Borden, Daniel LeRay, B.Sc, M.A., M.D., 815 Connecticut Avenue, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 191 2. Associate Professor of Surgery, George Washington Uni- versity Medical School; Associate Surgeon, George Washington University Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. 3o8 American College of Surgeons Borden, William Cline, M.D., 2306 Tracy Place, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1883. Dean and Professor of Surgery, George Washington University Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, George Washington University Hospital; Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army. Retired. Bordley, James, Jr., M.D., 330 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1896. Surgeon, St. Agnes ' Hospital, Htbrew Hospital and Asylum, Church Home and Infirmary, Home for Incurables, Baltimore, Annapolis Emergency Hospital, Annapolis, Easton Emergency Hospital, Easton. BoRNSTEiN, Max, M.D., 79 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Jef- ferson Medical College, 1908. Attending Surgeon, Johnston Emergency and Mt. Sinai Hospitals. BORTONE, Frank, M.D., 809 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, New Jersey. Columbia University ' CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, 1912. Associate Visiting Surgeon, Christ and Jersey City Hospitals; Attending Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Christ Hospital. Borzilleri, Charles R., M.D., 298 Niagara Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1895. Chief Surgeon, Buffalo Columbus Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Buffalo City Hospital. BoTTARO, Lms, M.D., Calle Uruguay 1316, Montevideo, Uruguay. Faculty of Medicine University of Montevideo, 1891. BoTTOMLEY, JOHN Taylor, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 165 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Lecturer on Surgery, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon-in-Chief, Carney Hospital. Boucher, John B., M.D., 25 Charter Oak Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1894. Surgeon, Wilson Private Hospital; Consult- ing Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Waterbury, Middlesex Hospital, Middletown. Boucher, Robert B., M.D., CM., 414 Birks Building, Vancouver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1895. Ophthalmol- ogist, Laryngologist, Otologist, and Rhinologist, Vancouver General Hospital. BouTFLEUR, Albert Irving, B.Sc, M.D., iiio White Building, Seattle, Wash- ington. Rush Medical College, 1887. Chief Surgeon, Chicago, Mil- waukee and St. Paul Railway. Boughton, GtTY CLtrxTON, M.D., 810 Peach Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1900. Chief of Surgical Service, Hamot Hospital; Chief Surgeon, General Electric Company at Erie; Surgeon, Pittsburgh Steamship and Inter-Lake Steamship Companies. Boulet, Rodolphe, B.L., M.D., 145 Ste. Catherine Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicme, University of Montreal (Laval University, Alphabetical List of Fellows 309 Medical Department), 1890. Joint Professor of Ophthalmology, Rhi- nology, and Otology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal; Direc- tor, Ophthalmic Institute. Boulter, James Henry, B.A., M.D., CM., 1601 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1903. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Associate Attending Surgeon, Grace Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Detroit United Railway. BouMAN, Hermann A. H., A.M., M.D., 403 Physicians and Surgeons Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1897. Surgeon, Northwestern and St. Andrew ' s Hospitals. Bourgeois, Benjamin George, A.B., M.D., 332 Sherbrooke Street, East, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal (Laval University Faculty of Medicine), 1902. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Montreal; Surgeon, Notre Dame Hospital. BouRLAND, Joseph Wilbur, A.B., M.D., 525 Wilson Building, Dallas, Texas. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Visiting Surgeon, Parkland Hospital; Visiting Obstetrician, Baylor and Parkland Hospitals. Bov£e, J. Wesley, M.D., 815 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1885. Professor of Gynecology, George Washington University Medical School; Chief Gynecologist, George Washington University Hospital; Gynecologist, Columbia Hospital for Women, Government Hospital for Insane, BowDLE, Ralph Alvin, M.D., Steptoe Valley Hospital, East Ely, Nevada. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1909. Chief Surgeon, Steptoe Valley Hospital. BowELL, Bo Carr, A.B., M.D., 806 Maple Avenue, Laporte, Indiana. Uni- versity of Illinois College of Medicine (CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1895. Surgeon, Holy Family Hospital. BowEN, Albert S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. BowEN, Jesse William, M.D., 221 Seventh Avenue, West, Dickinson, North Dakota. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1898. Chief of Surgical Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. BowEN, W. W., M.D., 630 Snell Building, Fort Dodge, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. BowEN, William Sinclair, M.D., The Farragut, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1888. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, George Washington University Medical School; Obstetrician, Colimibia Hospital for Women, Garfield Memorial Hospital. 3IO American College of Surgeons BowEN, Wnxis Elliott, M.D., 827 East Main Street, Rochester, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1902. Member of Junior Surgical StafiF, Rochester General Hospital; Director, Park Avenue Clinical Hospital. Bower, Albert J., A.B., M.D., 227 South Lafayette Street, Greenville, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1905. Bower, John O., M.D., 2033 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1909. Adjunct Professor of Surgery, Temple University, Department of Medicine; Assistant Surgeon, Samaritan Hospital, American Hospital for Diseases of the Stomach. Bowers, Charles Albert, B.Sc, M.D., A.M., 10553 Euclid Avenue, Cleve- land, Ohio. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 191 2. Instructor in Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Consulting Urologist, United States Marine Hospital; Associate Visiting Urologist, St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital; Visiting Urologist and Associate Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Bowers, Charles E., M.D., Beacon Building, Wichita, Kansas. Rush Medical College, 1883. Chief Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Bowers, L. G., M.D., 1120 Fidelity Medical Building, Dayton, Ohio. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1898. Bowers, Walter Prentice, M.D., 264 Chestnut Street, Clinton, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1879. Consulting Surgeon, Clinton Hospital. Bowers, Wesley Creveling, A.B., M.D., 27 West Forty-ninth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1908. Assistant to Chair of Otology, University and Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College; Associate Attending Otological Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Associate Attending Otologist, Rhinologist, and Laryngologist, Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Otologist, Rhinologist, and Laryngologist, Sevilla Home, New York, Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, New Jersey. BowLBY, Sir Anthony Alfred, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., D.S.M. (U.S.A.), F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 25 Manchester Square, London, England. M.R.C.S. (Eng.) (St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital), 1879. Consulting Sur- geon, St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital; President, Royal College of Surgeons of England; Surgeon in Ordinary to His Majesty the King. Bowixs, Harry Hallowell, M.D., 36 Woodland Avenue, Summit, New Jersey. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1909. Attending Surgeon, Overlook Hospital. BoYCE, Samuel R., Ph.C, M.D., 105 Monona Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. University of Michigan Medical School, 1899. Boyd, Augusto Samuel, M.D., 16 Ninth Street, Panama, Republic of Panama. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Chief Surgeon, Santo Tomas Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 311 Boyd, Frank, M.D., Fourth Street and Broadway, Paducah, Kentucky. Rush Medical College, 1889. Surgeon, Riverside Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Illinois Central Hospital; Division Surgeon, Nashville, Chatta- nooga and St. Louis Railway; Chief Surgeon, Paducah Traction Company. Boyd, Frank Douglas, M.D., F. and M. National Bank Building, Fort Worth, Texas. University of LouisviUe, Medical Department, 1890. Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Baylor University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, City Hospital; Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Boyd, Geoffrey, A.B., M.B., 48 Bloor Street, East, Toronto, Ontario. Uni- versity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1891. Boyd, George M., M.D., 1909 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1882. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine; Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Medico-Chirurgical and Philadelphia Lying-in Charity Hospitals. Boyd-Snee, Harry, M.D., 716 J. M. S. Building, South Bend, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 1889. Oto-Laryngologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Boyd, Herbert Drummond, M.D., 687 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon, Out- patient Department, and Assistant Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. Boyd, Philip Williams, M.D., 4 South Main Street, Winchester, Virginia. Medical CoUege of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1898. Visiting Surgeon, Winchester Memorial Hospital. BoYDEN, Frank E., B.Sc., Phar.G., M.D., Smith-Crawford Building, Pendle- ton, Oregon. Northwestern University Medical School, 1905. Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Boyle, Charles Cumberson, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hos- pital, 1877. Clinical Lecturer on Eye and Ear, New York Homeopathic Medical CoUege and Flower Hospital; Eye and Ear Surgeon, Metropol- itan and New York Ophthalmic Hospitals. BoYNTON, William Edson, M.D., 1 10 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical CoUege and Hospital, Chicago (Chicago Home- opathic Medical CoUege), 1898. Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Hahne- maim Medical CoUege and Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Diseases of the Eye, Hahnemann and Auburn Park Hospitals. Boys, Charles E., B.Sc., M.D., 1008 Hanselman BuUding, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Brack, Charles Emil, Phar.G., M.D., 500 East Twentieth Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland, School of Medicine (CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1895. Professor of Clinical Obstet- rics, University of Maryland School of Medicine and CoUege of Physicians 312 American College of Surgeons and Surgeons; Visiting Obstetrician, Mercy Hospital; Member of Staff, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Church Home and Infirmary. Brackett, Elliott Gray, M.D., i66 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1886. Braden, Alexander J., M.D,, 400 Lyceum Building, Duluth, Minnesota. University of Michigan Medical School, 1888. Bradfield, John A. L., M.D., State Bank Building, La Crosse, Wisconsin. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1888. Attending Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Bradford, Edward H., M.D., 133 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1873. Emeritus Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. Bradford, Wh.liam H., A.M., M.D., 208 State Street, Portland, Maine. Bowdoin Medical School, 1891. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Bowdoin Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Maine General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital, Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary, Portland, Webber Hospital, Biddeford. Bradley, Alfred E., M.D., 295 Prospect Avenue, Highland Park, Illinois. Jefferson Medical College, 1887. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army, retired. Bradner, Morris Renfrew, M.D., 82 Main Street, Warwick, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 191 2. Surgeon, Warwick Hospital, Warwick, Alexander Lynn Hospital, Sussex; Consulting Surgeon, New York Telephone Company. Bradshaw, John Hammond, M.D., 27 High Street, Orange, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1884. Con- sulting Surgeon, Orange Memorial Hospital. Braislin, William C, M.D., 425 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1890. Surgeon, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital; Aural Surgeon, Caledonian Hospital, Sheltering Arms Nursery; Consulting Aural Surgeon, Brooklyn Training School and Home for Young Girls. Braisted, William Clarence, Ph.B., M.D., D.Sc, LL.D., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1886. Surgeon General, United States Navy, retired. Branch, J. R. Bromwell, A.B., M.D., Hunan- Yale Hospital, Changsha, China. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1908. Professor of Surgery and Gynecology, Hunan-Yale College of Medicine; Surgeon and Gynecologist-in-Chief, Hunan- Yale and Red Cross Hospitals. Brand, Walter William, M.D., 316 Colton Building, Toledo, Ohio. Jeffer- son Medical College, 1894. Chief of Staff and Obstetrician, Maternity and Children ' s Hospital; Director of Obstetrics, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 313 Brandson, B. J., A.B., M.D., CM., 701 Lindsey Building, Winnipeg, Man- itoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1900. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medi- cine, University of Manitoba; Attending Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, King George Hospital. Brandt, Franz H., M D., Overland Building, Boise, Idaho. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Brant, Austin, A.B., M.D., 483 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1907. Obstetrician, Roxbury Hospital, Roxbury. Brant, Austin C, M.D., 116 Cleveland Avenue, Northwest, Canton, Ohio. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1877. Branton, Berton J., M.D., Willmar Clinic, Willmar, Minnesota. Univeraty of Minnesota Medical School, 1905. Surgeon, Willmar Hospital. Bratrud, Arthur F., B.Sc, M.D., 302 Physicians and Surgeons Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1912. Member of Staff, Deaconess Hospital. Bratrud, Theodoe, A.B., M.D., Warren Hospital, Warren, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1899. Consulting Surgeon, Warren and Klitson County Memorial Hospitals. Bratton, Thomas S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Medical College of the State of Soutii Carolina, 1890. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Braun, Alfred, A.B., M.D., 31 East Seventy-second Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902. Adjimct Professor Laryngology, New York Polyclinic Medical School; Attending Laryngologist, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Adjunct Otologist, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Braunnagel, Jules L. A., M.D., 212 City Street, San Antonio, Texas. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1883. Surgeon and Vice- President of Attending Staff, Santa Rosa Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Robert B. Green Memorial Hospital. Brawley, Frank, Phar.G., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1902. Oculist and Aurist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Brazeau, George N., M.D., 819 Majestic Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. Brazeau, Stephen D., M.D., 318 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington. University of Michigan Medical School, 1904. Member of Staff, Sacred Heart Hospital. Breckinridge, Scott Dudley, M.D., Security Trust Company Building, Lexington, Kentucky. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1907. Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. 314 American College of Surgeons Breed, Robert Huntington, M.D., Andrews Place, Wappinger s Falls, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Surgeon, Matteawan State and Highland Hospitals, Beacon, St. Francis Hospital, Poughkeepsie; Consulting Surgeon, Hudson River State Hospital, Poughkeepsie. Breese, Arthur Bacon, M.D., 434 James Street, Syracuse, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1881. Asso- ciate Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Syracuse University College of Medicine; Surgeon, Syracuse Hospital for Women and Children. Bremerman, Lewis Wine, A.M., M.D., 1919 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Jefiferson Medical College, 1900. Chief Urologist, Bremerman Urological Hospital. Brenizer, Addison G., A.B., M.D., Charlotte Sanatorium, Charlotte, North Carolina. JohnsHopkinsUniversity Medical Department, 1907. Member of StafiF, Presbyterian Hospital and Charlotte Sanatorium. Bbennan, Robert Emery, M.D., i West Sixty-fourth Street, New York, New York. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1900. Professor of Surgery, New York Polyclinic Medical School; Surgeon, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, St. John ' s Hospital, Long Island City, and Misericordia Hospital. Brennan, Thomas M., M.D., 39 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1906. Associate Clinical Professor of Operative Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Attending Surgeon, St. Peter ' s Hospital, Brookl3m, St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Woodhaven; Associate Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Brenner, Edward Christopher, A.B., M.D., 20 West Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1908. Surgical Director, Workhouse, Penitentiary, and Classi- fication Hospitals; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Lincohi Hospital; Associate Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. Brent, Hugh, M.D., 16 East Chase Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine, 1903. Associate Professor of Gynecology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Phjrsicians and Surgeons; Consulting Gjmecologist, City Hospitals; Visit- ing Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s and University Hospitals, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum; Consulting Sur- geon, Annapolis Emergency Hospital, Aimapolis. Breslin, John George, A.B., M.D., 514 Cormnonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 191 1. Instructor in Surgery, Tufts College Medical School. Brett, Robert George, M.D., Government House, Edmonton, Alberta. Victoria University, Medical Department, 1874. Superintendent, Brett Hospital, Banff. Brettauer, Joseph, M.D., 1063 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. University of Gratz, 1887. Attending Gynecologist, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Alphabetical List of Fellows 315 Consulting Gynecologist, New Jersey State Hospital, Greystone, New Jersey, United Hospital, Port Chester, New York. Brewer, George Emerson, A.M., M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S. (I.) (Hon.), 19 East Sixty-fifth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1885. Emeritus Professor of Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Consulting Surgeon, Presbji;erian, Roosevelt, St. Vincent ' s, Woman ' s, and City Hospitals, New York Ophthalmic and Aural Institute, Manhattan Eye and Ear Infirmary, House of the Holy Comforter, New York, Flushing Hospital, Flushing, New York, Perth Amboy City Hos- pital, Perth Amboy, Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, New Jersey. Brewer, Lyman Augustus, M.D., 115 Nasby Building, Toledo, Ohio. Uni- versity of Michigan Medical School, 1887. Chief of Staff, Mercy Hospital. Brewster, George W. W., A.B., M.D., 213 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1893. Associate in Surgery, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. Breyer, John H., A.B., M.D,, 414 Chamber of Commerce Building, Pasadena, California. Rush Medical College, 1909. Member of Surgical Staff, Pasadena Dispensary. Brice, Joseph Theobold, M.D., Brice Hospital Building, Lewistown, Mon- tana. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1891. Surgeon, The Brice Hospital. Brickner, Walter M., B.Sc., M.D., 151 Central Park, West, New York, New York. Colimibia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Attending Surgeon, Broad Street Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Editor-in-Chief, American Jaurnal of Surgery. Bridge, George Alexander, A.B., M.D., Bisbee, Arizona. Columbia Uni- versity, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902. Chief Surgeon, Local Hospital, Phelps-Dodge Corporation. Briggs, Charles Edwin, A.M., M.D., 207 Osbom Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Harvard Medical School, 1897. Associate Professor of Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Associate Visiting Surgeon, Lakeside Hospital. Briggs, Henry Harrison, A.M., M.D., 73 Haywood Street, Asheville, North Carolina. Yale University School of Medicine, 1897. Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Asheville Mission Hospital. Briggs, J. Emmons, M.D., 477 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1890. Professor of Surgery, Boston University School of Medicine; Surgeon-in-Chief, Massachusetts Homeo- pathic Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Wesson Memorial Hospital, Spring- field, Whidden Memorial Hospital, Everett, Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick, Morton Hospital, Taunton. Briggs, William Ellery, M.D., 1027 Tenth Street, Sacramento, Califomia. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (University of Wooster, 3i6 American Colle ge of Surgeons Medical Department), 1877. Oculist, Otologist, and Laryngologist, Southern Pacific Railway. Bkindley, George Valter, M.D., Temple Sanitarium, Temple, Texas. Uni- versity of Texas, Department of Medicine, 191 1. Surgeon, Temple Sani- tarium; Assistant Surgeon, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Hospital. Brinsmade, William Barrett, A.B., M.D., 172 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1892. Senior Surgeon, Brooklyn Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital, St. Christopher ' s Hospital for Babies. Brister, John M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1898. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. BRrrr, Wallace L., M.D., Century Building, Jackson, Mississippi. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta College of Physicians and Sur- geons), 1902. Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Mississippi State Charity, and Baptist Hospitals, Jackson Infirmary and Sanitarium. Broad, George Bxrney, M.D., 608 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, New York. Syracuse University College of Medicine, 1896. Professor of Gjoiecology, Syracuse University College of Medicine; Surgeon, Syracuse Memorial Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Syracuse Free Dispensary. Brobst, Charles H., M.D., Central National Bank Building, Peoria, Illinois. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1888. Lecturer on Physiological Optics, Bradley Polytechnic Institute; Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon, John C. Proctor Hospital; Ophthalmologist, John C. Proctor Endowment Home. Brock, Evan Coleman, M.D., Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling Medical College), 1904. Assistant Surgeon, Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel. Brock, Henry Herbert, A.B., M.D., 687 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. Bowdoin Medical College, 1890. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Bowdoin Medical College; Consulting Surgeon, Maine General and Children ' s Hos- pitals, United States Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, Portland, Waldo County General Hospital, Belfast, Webber Hospital, Biddeford. Brockman, David C, A.M., M.D., Ennis Building, Ottumwa, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1878. Consulting Surgeon, Ottumwa and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Brodrick, Frank Wilson, M.D., Lawrence Building, Steriing, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1897. Surgeon, Sterling Public Hospital. Bromberg, Perry, M.D., 510 Jackson Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Uni- versity of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1895. Professor of Genito- Urinary Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Genito- Urinary Surgeon, Nashville City, Vanderbilt University, and St. Thomas Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 317 Bronneb, Herbert, B.Sc, A.B., M.D., 222 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1902. Pro- fessor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Louisville City, Jewish, and Children ' s Free Hospitals. Brooke, Ben C, M.D., Brooke and Lanstrum Building, Helena, Montana. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1896. Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Peter ' s Hospitals, Barnes-King Mining Company, Montana Power Company, Helena Light and Railway Company, Great Northern Railway Company; Consulting Surgeon, Northern Pacific Railway; Medical Director, Montana Life Insurance Company. Brooke, John Aured, A.M., M.D., 264 South Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1896. Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College; Chief of Orthopedic Department, Hahnemann Hospital; Orthopedist, Children ' s Homeopathic, Women ' s Homeopathic, Women ' s Homeopathic Southern Hospitals, Philadelphia, West Jersey Hospital, Camden, New Jersey. Brooke, Roger, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Balti- more Medical College), 1900. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Brooke, Wiixiam Wallace, M.D., 915 Avenue C, Bayonne, New Jersey. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York), 1900. Visiting Surgeon and Gjoie- cologist, Bayonne Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Greenville Hospital. Brooks, Clark D., M.D., David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1905. Associate Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Associate Surgeon, Harper Hospital. Brooks, Edith M., M.D., 483 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Tufts College Medical School, 1902. Brooks, William A., A.M., M.D., 227 Summit Avenue, Brookline, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1892. Vice-President, Brooks Hospital, Brookline. Brooksher, W. R., M.D., First National Bank Building, Fort Smith, Arkan- sas. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1891. Surgeon, Sparks Memorial Hospital. Brophy, Truman W., D.D.S., M.D., D.Sc., LL.D., 81 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1880. President, Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Oral Surgeon, Michael Reese and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Brose, Louis D., M.D., Ph.D., 501 Upper First Street, Evansville, Indiana. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1881. 3i8 American College of Surgeons Broughau, Edward J., M.D., 163 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1887. Surgeon, Passavant Memorial Hospital. Broughton, Louis Edward, B.Sc, A.B., M.D., 50 East Three Notch Street, Andalusia, Alabama, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1893. Broughton, William Robert, A.B., M.D., 341 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1890. Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Mountainside Hospital, Mont- clair, New Jersey; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Children ' s Home, Montclair, New Jersey. Broun, LeRoy, B.Sc, M.D., 148 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York, New York. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1887. Attend- ing Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Manhattan State Hospital. Brown, Alfred Jerome, A.B., M.D., 402 City National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Nebraska College of Medicine; Member of Surgical Staff, Swedish Mission Hospital. Brown, Charles Gailey, A.B., M.D., 190 Park Avenue, West, Mansfield, Ohio. Jefferson Medical College, 1901, Member of Staff, Mansfield General Hospital. Brown, Charles Henry, Phar.G., M.D., 57 North Main Street, Waterbury, Connecticut. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1893. Gynecologist and Radiologist, Waterbury Hospital. Brown, Clayton Milo, M.D., 510 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1896. Professor of Rhino- Laryngology, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Rhino- Laryngologist, Ernest Wende, Children ' s, City and Municipal Hospitals; Consulting Otologist, Homeopathic Hospital; Oto-Laryngologist, Buffalo General and Deaconess Hospitals. Brown, David Chester, M.D., 330 Main Street, Danbury, Connecticut. Yale University School of Medicine, 1884. Surgeon, Danbury Hospital. Brown, Edmund Towle, M.D., 30 Church Street, Burlington, Vermont. Uni- versity of Vermont College of Medicine, 1897. Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, University of Vermont College of Medi- cine; Surgeon, Mary Fletcher Hospital, Brown, Edward M., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1893. Professor of Surgery, Loyola University School of Medicine; Surgeon, West Side Hospital. Brown, George Snider, M.D., Front Street, Conway, Arkansas. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1877. Alphabetical List of Fellows 319 Brown, George Van Ingen, A.B., D.D.S., M.D., CM., 445 Mflwaukee Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Marquette University School of Medicine (Milwaukee Medical CoUege), 1895. Plastic and Oral Surgeon, Columbia, St. Mary ' s, and Milwaukee Children ' s Hospitals, Milwaukee County Hospital, Wauwatoso, and Milwaukee County Clinic; Plastic Surgeon, Wisconsin State University Hospital. Brown, Henry Alexander, M.D., 275 Post Street, San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1900. Oculist, Southern Pacific Company. Brown, Henry P., Jr., B.Sc, M.D., 1822 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Peimsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 191 2. Instructor in Surgery and Assistant Instructor in Surgical Pathology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Instructor in Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Medicine; Assistant Surgeon, Peimsyl- vania, Presbyterian and Children ' s Hospitals. Brown, Horace Manchester, M.D., 311 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1880. Surgeon, Columbia Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Milwaukee Protestant Orphan Asylum, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Brown, Israel, Ph.B., M.D., 631 Boissevain Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1894. Surgeon, St. Vin- cent ' s Hospital and Sanitarium. Brown, James Spencer, M.D., 43 South Fullerton Avemle, Montclair, New Jersey. Columbia University, CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, 1885. Surgeon-in-Chief, Mountainside Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s Home, Montclair, Essex County Hospital, Cedar Grove, Essex Coimty Hospital for Contagious Diseases, Belleville. Brown, John Edwin, B.Sc, A.M., D.Sc., M.D., 370 East Town Street, Columbus, Ohio. Medical College of Ohio, 1887. Professor of Oto- Laryngology and Head of Department of Ophthalmology and Oto- Laryngology,01iio State University College of Medicine; Oto-Laryngologist, University Homeopathic, and St. Francis Hospitals; Member of Staff, Grant Hospital. Brown, John Mackenzie, M.D., Brockman Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Western University Medical School, 1899. Brown, Lloyd T., A.B., M.D., 372 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1907. Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. Brown, Martin Millard, M.D., 117 Main Street, North Adams, Massa- chusetts. Rush Medical College, 1888. Attending Surgeon, North Adams Hospital. Brown, Orville Graham, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1900. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. 320 American College of Surgeons Brown, Paul Francis, B.A., M.D., iioi Metropolitan Bank Building, Min- neapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1905. Assistant P rofessor of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Surgeon, Minneapolis General Hospital and United States Public Health Service. Brown, Raymond Samuel, M.D., 511 Barber Building, Joliet, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1905. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Brown, Rexwalo, M.D., Santa Barbara Clinic, Santa Barbara, California. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Attending Surgeon, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. Brown, W. Laxtncelot, M.D., 404 Roberts-Banner Building, El Paso, Texas. Rush Medical College, 1896. Member of Surgical Staflf, Sisters Hospital; Chief Surgeon, El Paso and Southwestern Railroad. Brown, William Mortimer, M.D., 1776 East Avenue, Rochester, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1889. Attending Obstetrician, Rochester General Hospital. Browning, William E., M.D., CM., Caledonia, Minnesota. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1899. Surgeon, Caledonia Hospital. Brownlee, Harris Fenton, M.D., 342 Main Street, Danbury, Connecticut. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1888. Surgeon, Danbury Hospital. Bruce, Herbert Alexander, M.D., L.R.C.P. (Lond.), F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 64 Bloor Street, East, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1892. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Chief of Surgical Service, Toronto General Hospital. Bruce, James Deacon, M.D., 333 South Jefferson Avenue, Saginaw, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1896. Bru re, Gustave Ernst, M.D., Journal Building, Portland, Oregon. Wash- ington University Medical School, 1891, Chief of Staff, Eye and Ear Department, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Bruggeman, Henry Otto, M.D., Fort Wayne, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 1903. Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Bruner, John W., M.D., 346 Market Street, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1890. Chief Surgeon, Bloomsburg Hospital, Bloomsburg; Visiting Surgeon, Berwick Hospital, Berwick. Bruner, William Evans, A.M., M.D., Guardian Building, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1891. Professor of Ophthalmology, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Ophthalmologist, Lakeside Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, St. Vincent ' s Charity and Rainbow Hospitals. BRxmN, Harold, M.D., 350 Post Street, San Francisco, California. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Clinical Professor of Surgery, i Alphabetical List of Fellows 321 University of California Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, San Francisco Hospital, University of California Service; Surgeon, Mt. Zion Hospital. Bruns, Earl H., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1903. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Brush, Edmund Cone, A.M., M.D., 601 Market Street, Zanesville, Ohio. Ohio State University CoUege of Medicine (Starling Medical College), 1875. Bryan, George Corbin, M.D., 217 Baker Building, Walla Walla, Wash- ington. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1896. Bryan, Herman R. H., M.B., lA Cumberland Street, South, Port Arthur, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1904. Bryan, Joseph Hammond, M.D., 818 Seventeenth Street, Northwest, Wash- ington, District of Colimibia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1877; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Uni- versity of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1879. Attending Surgeon, Episcopal Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Consulting Laryn- gologist, Garfield Memorial Hospital. Bryan, Robert C, M.D., 401 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Professor of Geni to-Urinary Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Surgeon, Grace Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital; Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Virginia Hospital. Bryan, W. A., A.M., M.D., Doctors Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Vander- bilt University, Medical Department, 1899. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Professor of Oral Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Dental Department; Surgeon, Woman ' s, Nashville City, and Vanderbilt University Hospitals, Nashville, Watauga Sanitarium, Ridgetop. Bryan, W. M. C, A.B., M.Sc., M.D., 910 University Club Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1902. Instructor in Clinical Laryngology and Rhinology, Washington University Medical School; Consulting Oto-Laryngologist, AJexian Brothers ' and St. John ' s Hospitals; Laryngologist, Barnes Hospital; Surgeon, Laryngological Service, Out-Patient Department, Washington University Dispensary. Bryan, William, M.D., 91 Bard Avenue, West New Brighton, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1880. Visiting Surgeon, Staten Island Hospital, Tompkinsville; Consulting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hos- pital, West New Brighton, Sea View Hospital, Castleton Comers. Bryant, Alice Gertrude, A.B., M.D., 502 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Woman ' s Medical College of the New York Infirmary for Women and Children, 1890. 322 American College of Surgeons Bryant, DeWitt C, A.M., M.D., 716 Broadway Central BuUding, Los Angeles, California. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (University of Wooster, Medical Department), 1875. Bryant, Ernest Albert, M.D., 520 Los Angeles Railway Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1890. Surgeon, Crocker Street Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Los Angeles Railroad; Consulting Surgeon, Southern Pacific, Southern Pacific de Mexico, and Arizona and Eastern Railroads; Medical Director, California Edison Company. Bryant, W. Sohier, A.M., M.D., 107 East Thirty-ninth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1888. BuBis, Jacob L., M.D., 1725 East Eighty-second Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1907. Senior Assistant in Obstetrics, Junior Assistant in G)Tiecology, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Senior Assistant in Gyne- cology and Obstetrics, Out-Patient Department, Mt. Smai Hospital. Buchanan, John J., A.M., M.D., Ph.D., 1409 North Highland Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- cine, 1 881. Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Buchanan, Mary, M.D., 2106 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1899. Professor of Ophthal- mology, Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Chief Ophthalmologist, Woman ' s College Hospital; Oculist, Woman ' s College Hospital and Woman ' s Hospital; Consultant in Ophthalmology, West Philadelphia Hospital for Women and Woman ' s Department, State Hospital for Insane, Norristown. Buck, Augustus W., A.B., M.D., 252 Pine Street, Fall River, Massachusetts. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon, Union Hospital. Buck, Carroll Deforest, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1897. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. BuCKMAN, Ernest U., M.D., 70 South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Buckner, Hubbard Thomas, M.D., 508 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, 1913. Buddenbrock, Erick von, M.D., 301 Sixth Street, Racine, Wisconsin. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Buerger, Leo, A.M., M.D., 1000 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Professor of Urological Surgery, New York Polyclinic Medical School. BupoRD, Coleman Graves, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. Associate Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 323 BuGBEE, Henry Greenwood, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Attending Urologist, St. Luke ' s, New York City and Lawrence Hospitals, Bronxville; Urologist, Woman ' s and Lying-in Hospitals; Con- sulting Urologist, Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, New Jersey, Muhlen- berg Hospital, Plainfield, New Jersey, and Vassar Brothers ' Hospital, Poughkeepsie. BuiST, A. Johnston, A.B., M.D., 279 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1896. Pro- fessor of Gynecology, Medical College of the State of South Carolina; Visiting Gynecologist, Roper Hospital. Bulkley, Kenneth, A.B., M.D., 420 Syndicate Building, Minne apolis, Min- nesota. Coliunbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1909. Bull, Edward Leonard, M.D., 124 East State Street, Ithaca, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1888. Bull, Heman Rowlee, B.Sc, M.D., 407 North Seventh Street, Grand Junc- tion, Colorado. Jefferson Medical College, 1887. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. Bullard, Edward Arthur, M.D., 47 East Fifty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Dartmouth Medical School, 1906. Assistant Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Bullock, Waller O., M.D., 190 North Upper Street, Lexington, Kentucky. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1896. Consulting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Lexington Clinic. Bulson, Albert Eugene, Jr., B.Sc., M.D., 406 West Berry Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 1891. Professor of Ophthal- mology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon, Hope Methodist and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Editor, Journal of the Indiana State Medical Association. Bunch, George Henry, A.B., M.D., 1404 Laurel Street, Columbia, South Carolina. University of Michigan Medical School, 1903. BuNN, Frank Caulkins, M.D., 30 HTUyer Street, Orange, New Jersey. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1889. Attend- ing Surgeon, Homeopathic Hospital of Essex County, Newark; Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Passaic, Aim May Memorial Homeopathic Hospital, Spring Lake, Bunts, Frank E., M.D., Clinic Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1886. Professor of Principles of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Lutheran and Woman ' s Hospitals, St. Ann ' s Infant Asylum and Maternity Hospital. Burch, Frank E., M.D., 754 Linwood Place, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1897. Associate Professor of Ophthal- 324 American College of Surgeons mology, University of Minnesota Medical School; Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Miller Hospital. BuKCH, Lucius Edward, M.D., Doctors Building, Nashville, Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1 896. Dean of Faculty and Professor of Gynecology, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Surgeon, Vanderbilt University Hospital; Gynecologist, Nashville City and Woman ' s Hospitals; Surgeon-in-Chief, Tennessee Central and Nash- ville Interurban Railroads. BuKDiCK, Cakl Goodwin, M.D., 126 East Thirty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, in charge Children ' s Surgical Service, Bellevue Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Knickerbocker Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Hernia Department, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled; Assistant Surgeon, St. Francis and Willard Parker Hospitals. BuEPORD, Cyrus Edgar, Ph.B., M.D., Arcade Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Marion-Sims-Beaumont Medical College), 1902. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, Bethesda, and St. Louis Maternity Hospitals, Missouri Baptist Sanitarium; Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital; Consulting Genito- Urinary Surgeon, Jewish Hospital. Burger, Thomas Overton, M.D., 1200 First National Bank Building, San Diego, California. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1900. Gynecologist, San Diego County General Hospital; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Agnew Hospitals. Burgess, Harry Clifton, M.D., CM., 118 Crescent Street, Montreal, Que- bec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1905. Lecturer on Obstet- rics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Assistant Gynecologist, Royal Victoria Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Montreal Maternity Hospital. Burs, Samuel B., M.D., 969 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 191 1. Instructor in Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Surgeon, United States Naval Hospital. Burke, Francis Ramon, A.B., M.D., 1200 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Burke, Thomas Allen, M.D., 524 M. B. A. Building, Mason City, Iowa. Loyola University School of Medicine (Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery), 1909. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. Burke, William Patrick, M.D., 502 Merritt Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1894. Burleson, John Hill, M.D., Central Trust Building, San Antonio, Texas. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1890. Surgeon in Charge, St. Luke ' s Clinic of Santa Rosa Infirmary; Division Oculist, Southern Pacific and Missouri. Kansas and Texas Railways. Alphabetical List of Fellows 325 BuRLEW, Jesse Manning, Ph.B., M.Sc, M.D., Spurgeon Building, Santa Ana, California. Rush Medical College, 1903. BuRNAM, CiTRTTS F., A.B., M.D., 1418 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1900. Surgeon, Howard A. Kelly Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Cambridge-Maryland Hospital, Cambridge. Burnett, William Brenton, B.A., M.D., CM., 718 Granville Street, Van- couver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1899. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Vancouver General Hospital. Burns, Arthur Edwin, LL.B., M.D., 619 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washing- ton. University and BeUevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospi- tal Medical College), 1887. Burns, John W., M.D., Cuero, Texas. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1891. Surgeon, Bums Hospital. Burns, Jonathan Edward, B.A., M.D., 403 Waldheim Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1908. Urolo- gist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Burns, Robert, Jr., M.D., Lister Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1901. Associate Surgeon, Bethesda Hospital. Burns, Stillwell Corson, M.D., 1925 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1898. Surgeon, Polyclinic Section, Medico-Chirurgical Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Baldwin Locomotive Works. Burns, Thomas Mitchell, M.D., 640 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colo- rado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Gross Medical Col- lege), 1893. Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Attending Obstetrician, Mercy Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, County and St. Anthony ' s Hospitals, Florence Crittenton Home. Burns, William Britt, M.D., Porter Building, Memphis, Tennessee. Uni- versity of Louisville Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1892. Division Surgeon, Frisco Emergency Hospital; Surgeon, Memphis General Hospital, Louisville and Nashville and Missouri Pacific Railways. Burrett, Claude A., Ph.B., M.D., 1948 luka Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College), 1905. Dean and Professor of Surgery, Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine; Medical Director, University Hospital. BuRRis, J. Stanley, M.D., CM., Kamloops, British Columbia. McGill Uni- versity Faculty of Medicine, 1899. Honorary Surgeon, King Edward Sanitarium, Tranquille. Burroughs, George McClellan, M.D., 5 Broad Street, Danielson, Con- necticut. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1900. Oculist, Day Kimball Hospital. 326 American College of Surgeons Burt, James C, Ph.B., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania. Jefferson Medical College, 1902. Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Alle- gheny General and St. Francis Hospitals. Burton, Paul H., M.D., 51 Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota. University of Minnesota Medical School (Hamline University, Medical Department), 1901. Chief Surgeon, Cass County Hospital; President of Staff, St. John ' s Hospital. BusARD, Robert I., M.D., First Street and Webster Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan. Northwestern University Medical School, 1910. Consultant, Surgical Staff, Hackley Hospital. Bush, Charles William, Ch.B., M.D., 202 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1899. Nose and Throat Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital and Out-Patient Department. Bushman, Lotns B., A.M., M.D., 631 City National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Creighton College of Medicine, 1903. Professor of Rhinology, Oto-Laryngology, Creighton College of Medicine; Oculist and Aurist, St. Joseph ' s and St. Catherine ' s Hospitals; Oculist, Douglas County Hospital. BuSKiRK, William Henry, M.D., 413 Main Street, Miles City, Montana. University of Michigan Medical School, 1904. Attending Surgeon, Miles City Hospital. Bussey, George Newton, Ph.B., M.D., 1810 Wilson Avenue, Chicago, Illi- nois. Rush Medical College, 1893. Surgeon and Obstetrician, Ravens- wood Hospital. BussEY, William Joseph, M.D., 517 Frances Building, Sioux City, Iowa. Jefferson Medical College, 1901. Oculist and Aurist, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. Buswell, Clark A., M.D., 1952 Irving Park Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1900. Attending Surgeon, Ravenswood Hospital. BuTEAu, Samuel Hawkins, M.D., 1307 Broadway, Oakland, California. Cooper Medical College, 1889. Consulting Surgeon, Samuel Merritt Hospital. Butler, Charles S., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1897. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Butler, Joel Ives, Ph.B., M.D., 123 South Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1901. Member of Staff, Arizona Hospital. BtnxEE, Margaret F., M.D., 1831 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1894. Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Rhinologist, Laryngologist, and Otologist, Woman ' s Hospital of Phila- Alphabetical List of Fellows 327 delphia, West Philadelphia Hospital for Women; Rhinologist and Laryn- gologist, Woman ' s Medical College Hospital. Butler, Ralph, M.D., 1926 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Professor of Laryn- gology, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine; Assist- ant Professor of Otology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Chief of Ear Dispensary, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Lar3Tigologist and Otologist, Lankenau Hospital. Butler, Robert H., M.D., 128 West Columbus Avenue, Belief ontaine, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1906. BuTSCH, John Louis, M.Sc, M.D., Ph.D., Buffalo Clinic, Buffalo, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 191 2. Surgeon, Buffalo Clinic. Butt, Arthur Parkkk, M.D., 209 Randolph Avenue, Elkins, West Virginia. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1895. Surgeon-in-Chief, Allegheny Heights Hos- pital, Davis, City Hospital, Elkins. Buxton, Joseph Thomas, M.D., The Marlborough, Newport News, Virginia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Surgeon in Charge, Elizabeth Buxton Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Virginia School for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Buxton, L. Haynes, M.D., LL.D., 203 American National Bank Building, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. University and BeUevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical CoUege), 1883; University of Vermont CoUege of Medicine, 1884; University of Vienna, 1907. Professor and Head of Department of Oto-Laryngology, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; Chief of Staff, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, State University and University Emergency Hospitals; Oculist and Aurist, Oklahoma State Baptist Orphans ' Home. Byford, Henry Turman, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1873. Emeritus Professor of Gynecology, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Consulting Gyne- cologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Byrd, W. H., M.D., State and High Streets, Salem, Oregon. University of Ore- gon Medical School (Willamette University, Medical Department), 1881. Byrnes, Frank, M.D., 3203 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1894. Attending Surgeon, Columbus Hospital. Byrnes, Harry Francis, M.D., 67 Chestnut Street, Springfield, Massachu- setts. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1904. Aurist and Oculist, Mercy Hospital. Cabot, Hugh, A.B., M.D., C.M.G., University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michi- gan. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Professor of Surgery, University of Michigan Medical School. 328 American College of Surgeons Caolieri, Guido E., B.Sc, M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 21 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, California. University of California Medical School, 1892. Associate Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Calder, Allister, M.D., CM., Glace Bay, Nova Scotia. Dalhousie Uni- versity, Faculty of Medicine, 1909. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Glace Bay General Hospitals. Caldwell, J. Hadley, M.D., 323 Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1906. Caldwell, John Alexander, B.Sc, M.D., 628 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1902. Senior Instructor in Clinical Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Cincinnati General Hospital. Caldwell, Joseph R., M.D., Wheeling Steel Corporation Building, Wheeling, West Virginia. Rush Medical College, 1896. Member of Surgical Staff, Wheeling and Ohio Valley General Hospitals. Caldwell, Robert, M.D., 510 Jackson Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Uni- versity of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1903. Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department. Caldwell, Robert, M.D., Exchange Bank Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. University of Louisville Medical Department (Hospital Medical College), 1901. Member of Staff, St. Vincent ' s Infirmary; Oculist and Aurist, Baptist Hospital. Caldwell, William Edgar, M.D., 58 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1904. Associ- ate Professor of Obstetrics, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Associate Director, Sloane Hospital for Women; Attending Surgeon, New York Nursery and Child ' s Hospital. Cale, George W., Jr., M.D., Wall Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1887. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. Calhoun, F. Phinizy, A.B., M.D., 833 Candler Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1904. Professor of Ophthahnology, Emory University School of Medicine; Visit- ing Ophthalmologist and Aurist, Grady Memorial and Wesley Memorial Hospitals, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Calkins, Frederic Russell, M.D., 4 Cleveland Building, Watertown, New York. Consulting Surgeon, St. Joachim ' s and Watertown City Hospitals. Callan, Peter A., M.D., 452 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. Univer- sity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1867. Ophthalmologist, Columbus and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; President Emeritus of Medical Board, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Yonkers. Alphabetical List of Fellows 329 Callander, Cyrus Newton, M.D., CM., 620 Front Street, Fargo, North Dakota. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1897. Staff Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals; Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Fargo Clinic. Cameron, Irving Heward, M.B., LL.D., F.R.C.S. (Eng., Edin., I.), 307 Sherboume Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1874. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Univer- sity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Toronto General and St. John ' s Hospitals. Cameron, Kenneth, B.A., M.D., CM., C.M.G., 400 Mackay Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1887. Member of Consulting Staff, Montreal General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Chil- dren ' s Memorial Hospital. Cameron, Lyle John, M.D., M.R.S.C, F.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 87 Wimpole Street, London, England. Faculty of Me dicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1913. Gynecologist, Out-Patient ' s Department, Royal Waterloo Hospital. Cameron, Malcolm Hectorson Valentine, MB., 11 Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1905. Demonstrator of Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medi- cine; Assistant Surgeon, St. Michael ' s Hospital. Cameron, William Gooderham, M.D., 1404 National Realty Building, Tacoma, Washington. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Ophthahnic Surgeon, Northern Pacific Railway; Oculist and Oto- Laryngologist, Northern Pacific Hospital. Campbell, Alexander Mackenzie, M.D., Metz Building, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1896. Visiting Surgeon, Blodgett Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Blodgett Home for Children; Visiting Obstetrician, Butterworth Hospital. Campbell, Charles H., M.D., Columbus State Bank Building, Columbus, Nebraska. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1898. Chief of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Campbell, Charles Samuel, M.Sc, M.D., 114 West Ninth Street, Coffey- ville, Kansas. Rush Medical College, 1902. Surgeon, South East Kansas Hospital. Campbell, Don M., M.D., L.R.S.C (Edm.), 1613 David Whitney Buildmg, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1885. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1886. Professor of Ophthal- mology and Otology, and Head of Department of Ophthalmology, Detroit College of Medicme and Surgery; Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Harper Hospital. Campbell, Gordon Lothian, M.D., CM., Kelowna, British Columbia. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1910. Attending Surgeon, Kelowna General Hospital. 33© American College of Surgeons Campbell, I. Glen, M.D., CM., 736 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1897. Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Vancouver General Hospital; Honor- ary Consulting Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, Children ' s Aid Society, Anti-Tuberculosis Society of British Columbia. Campbell, James Alexander, M.D., Equitable Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Homeopathic Medical College of Missouri, 1869. Oculist and Aurist, Girls ' Industrial Home, Christian Brothers ' College. Campbell, James LeRoy, M.D., 325 Candler Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1893. Professor Clinical Surgery, Emory University, School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Wesley Memorial and Grady Memorial Hospitals. Campbell, James Tweedie, M.B., M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1889; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Professor of Otology, Rhinology, and LarjTigology, Post-Graduate Medical School; Laryngologist and Rhinologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Otologist, Rhinol- ogist, and Laryngologist, Post-Graduate Hospital. Campbell, Robert D., A.B., M.D., CM., 2}4 South Third Street, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1893. Special Lecturer, University of North Dakota School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, St. Michael ' s and Grand Forks Deaconess Hospitals. Campbell, Stuart Avery, M.D., 0433 Norfolk Avenue, Norfolk, Nebraska. University of Nebraska College of Medicine (Omaha Medical College), 1898. Campbell, William E., M.D., Atlanta National Bank Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1888. Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Georgian, Grady Memorial, and Georgia Baptist Hospitals, Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children. Campbell, William Francis, A.B., M.D., 394 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1892. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Trinity Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Long Island College Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal, Swedish, and Coney Island Hospitals, Brooklyn, Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica. Campbell, William MacFarlane, M.D., 7133 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- cine, 1899. Campbell, Willis C, M.D., 869 Madison Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee. Uni- versity of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1904. Professor of Ortho- pedic Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Medicine; Orthopedic Surgeon, Memphis General, Baptist Memorial, and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals, Alphabetical List of Fellows 331 Tri-State Hospital School for Crippled Children, Home for Incurables, Porter Home and Leath Orphanage. Campiche, Paul Samxjel, A.B., M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. Q ond.), 560 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. University of Lausanne, 1899. Candido De Camaego, Antonio, M.D., Rua Alvares Centralo 35, Sao Paulo, Brazil. University of Geneva Medical School, 1889. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Sao Paulo Medical School; Member of Faculty, Paulista Institute; Chief of Surgical Clinic, Santa Casa Hospital. Canfield, R. Bishop, A.B., M.D., 330 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Michi- gan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1899. Professor of Oto- Laryngology, University of Michigan Medical School; Attending Oto- Laryngologist, University Hospital. Cannaday, John Egerton, M.D., Kanawha Banking and Trust Building, Charleston, West Virginia. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1901. Visiting Surgeon, Charleston General Hospital. Cannon, Oscar Anson, M.B., 576 Main Street, East, Hamilton, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1907. Cantril, Albert Hadley, M.D., 285 Fargo Street, Portland, Oregon. North- western University Medical School, 1902. Member of Staff, Emanuel Hospital. Capell, Clarence S., A.B., M.D., 1135 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Mis- souri. John A. Creighton Medical College, 1903. Urologist, St. Joseph ' s, St. Mary ' s and Kansas City Municipal Hospitals. Card, Daniel P., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1904. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Cargile, Charles Hastings, M.D., 212 West Twelfth Street, Bentonville, Arkansas. Jefferson Medical College, 1877. Carithers, Warner H., M.D., First and Jackson Streets, Moscow, Idaho. Rush Medical College, 1887. Surgeon, Inland Empire Hospital. Carlaw, Chester M., M.D., CM., Physicians and Surgeons Building, Minne- apolis, Minnesota. Facvdty of Medicine, McGill Univer sity, 1891. Sur- geon, Northwestern and Minneapolis General Hospitals. Carless, Albert, C.B.E., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), Thurlby House, Wood- ford Bridge, Essex, England. University of London, 1886. Emeritus Professor of Surgery and Consulting Surgeon, King ' s College Hospital; Medical Director, Dr. Bamardo Homes. Carleton, Dudley, M.D., 137 State Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Orthopedic and Visiting Surgeon, Spring- field Hospital. 332 American College of Surgeons Carleton, Sprague, A.m., M.D., 75 West Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1906. Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Metropolitan Hospital; Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Yonkers Homeopathic Hospital and Maternity Hospital, Yonkers, Ann May Memorial Homeopathic Hospital, Spring Lake, New Jersey, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, Torrington, Connecticut. Carmany, Harry Stober, M.D., 366 Green Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1893. Visiting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital. Carmichael, John Hosea, M.D., 41 Maple Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. Albany Medical College, 1873. Surgeon-in-Chief, Wesson Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattle- boro, Vermont, Gilbert Memorial Hospital, Ware, Massachusetts. Carmody, Thomas Edward, M.D., D.D.Sc, D.D.S., 806 Metropolitan Build- ing, Denver, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Den- ver and Gross College of Medicine), 1903. Professor of Oral Surgery and Rhinology, University of Denver, Dental Department; Oral Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Laryngologist, Rhinologist, and Otologist, St. Luke ' s and Mercy Hospitals; Consulting Laryngologist, Rhinologist, and Otol- ogist, Children ' s Hospital, Denver, Evangelical Lutheran Sanitarium, Wheatridge, Sanatorium of the Jewish Consumptives ' Relief Society, Edge- .water. Carpenter, Dudley N., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Carpenter, Ernest W., M.D., Professional Building, Greenville, South Caro- lina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1895. Carpenter, Eugene H., M.D., 31 Broad Street, Oneida, New York. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Baltimore), 1894. Surgeon-in-Chief, Broad Street Hospital. Carpenter, Eugene R., M.D., Southwestern Life Building, Dallas, Texas. Jefferson Medical College, 1898. Instructor, Baylor Medical College. Carpenter, Frank Benton, M.D., 715 Howard Building, San Francisco, California. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1883. Lecturer on Gynecology, Leland Stanford Junior University School of Medicine; Visiting Gynecologist, City and County, St. Luke ' s, and San Francisco Hospitals. Carpenter, George A., M.D., 18 Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota. Uni- versity of Minnesota Medical School, 1885. Member of Attending Staff, St. John ' s Hospital. Carr, Earl Ingram, M.D., 300 West Ottawa Street, Lansing, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1910. Surgeon, Edward W. Sparrow Hospital and Orthopedic Clinic of Lansing. Carr, Francts J., M D., 345 Eagle Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine (Niagara University, Medical Depart- Alphabetical List of Fellows 333 ment), 1894. Attending Surgeon, Emergency Hospital, Buffalo, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Garden ville; Consulting Surgeon, Mercy Hospital, Buffalo, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Niagara Falls, J. N, Adam Memorial Hos- pital, Perrysburg, St. Francis ' Asylums, Buffalo and Gardenville. Carr, James Henry, M.D., 345 Eagle Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1900. Surgical Instructor, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Emergency, Buffalo City Hospitals, and St. Francis Asylum. Carr, W. P., M.D., 1801 K Street, Northwest, Washington, District of Colum- bia. George Washington University Medical School, 1888. Professor of Clinical Surgery, George Washington University Medical School; Consulting Surgeon, Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital, Govern- ment Hospital for Insane. Carrel, Alexis, M.D., D.Sc , Rockefeller Institute, New York, New York. University of Lyons, 1900. Member of Rockefeller Institute. Carrier, Frank N., M.D., Santa Rita, New Mexico. Jefferson Medical College, 1893. Surgeon, Chino Copper Company Hospital. Carroll, Francis M., M.D., Burke Building, Seattle, Washington. Cooper Medical College, 1896. Member of Staff, Providence Hospital; Chief of Staff of Gynecology and Obstetrics, City Hospital. C. RROLL, George Gregory, M.D., 614 Main Street, West, Rochester, New York. Member of Staff, Park Avenue Hospital; Assistant to Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Carroll, James J., A.M., M.D., 405 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1893. Oculist and Aurist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Carroll, Thomas B., M.D., Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1903. Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh; Obstetrician, Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg; Consulting Obstetrician, St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh. Carroll, William C, B.Sc, M.D., Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 191 2. Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Carson, Archibaij) Irwin, B.Sc, M.D., 46 East McMillan Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1889. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Surgeon, Cincinnati General Hospital. Carson, Frank Leroy, Phar.C, M.D., 14 East Ninth Street, Shawnee, Okla- homa. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1906. Attend- ing Surgeon, Shawnee General Hospital. Carson, James Oliver, A.B., M.D., 442 Main Street, Bowling Green, Kentucky. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1878. 334 American College of Surgeons Carson, Norman Bruce, M.D., 4379 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School (St. Louis Medical College), 1868. Member of Staff, St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital. Carson, Waid Edwin, A.M., M.D., 7095 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1907. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist, Western Pennsylvania Hospital; Surgeon, Eye and Ear Hospital. Carter, Ralph Merle, A.B., M.D., Bellin Building, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1908. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s and Wisconsin Deaconess Hospitals. Carter, William Wesley, A.M., M.D., 2 West Sixty-seventh Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1895. Visiting Laryngologist and Otologist, Bellevue and Allied Hospitals (Gouvemeur Hospital); Consult- ing Laryngologist and Otologist, South Side Hospital. Caruthers, John Allen, B.Sc, M.D., New Reymond Building, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. University of Texas, Department of Medicine, 1899. Con- sultant, Baton Rouge Sanitarium; Oculist, Standard Oil Company Hospital. Carvallo, Constantino J., M.D., Vera Cruz 239, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1913. Cary, Edward Henry, M.D., LL.D., Southwestern Life Building, Dallas, Texas. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1898. Head of the Department, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, Baylor University School of Medicine; Oculist and Aurist, Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway, Southern Pacific Lines, Cotton Belt Route, Southern and Texas Traction Lines. Cary, Foster Harrington, M.D., Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Instructor in Obstetrics and Clinical Instructor in Gynecology, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Chief of Obstetrical Out-Patient Department, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Obstetrician, Denver City and County, and Mercy Hospitals. Cary, Frank, M.D., 2536 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1882. Obstetrician, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Gary, French Strother, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1906. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Post- Graduate Medical School; Attending Urologist, Englewood Hospital; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Post-Graduate Hospital. Cary, William Hollenback, M.D., 36 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, New York. Syracuse University College of Medicine, 1905. Associate Attend- ing Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Brooklyn Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 335 Case, Clarence E., M.D., Park and Center Streets, Ashtabula, Ohio. West- em Reserve University School of Medicine, 1895. Visiting Surgeon, Ashtabula General Hospital. Case, James Thomas, M.D., 124 Manchester Street, Battle Creek, Michigan. University of Illinois College of Medicine (American Medical Missionary College), 1905. Professor of Roentgenology, Northwestern University Medical School; Surgeon, Battle Creek Sanitarium. Cashman, Bender Z., A.B., M.D., 226 South Evaline Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1909. Assistant Professor in Gynecology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Gynecologist, St. Francis and Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospitals. Casler, DeWitt Bellinger, A.B., M.D., 13 West Chase Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1904. Instructor in Gynecology and Gynecological Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Dispensary Gynecologist and Assistant Visiting Gynecologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Union Protestant Infirmary, Church Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, Springfield State Hospital for Insane, Syke sville. Cassel, Rufus J., M.D., First National Bank Building, Mt. Vernon, Wash- ington. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1901. Consulting Surgeon, Skagit County Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Mt. Vernon General Hospital. Casselberry, Richard C, A.B., M.D., 700 Madison Street, Chester, Penn- sylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1903. Chief Surgeon, J. Lewis Crozer Home for Incurables and Homeopathic Hospital; Surgeon, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone. Cassidy, William Joseph, Phar.B., M.D., 1787 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1908. Clinical Assistant in Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Junior Surgeon, Harper Hospital. Castaneda, Manuel, M.D., Pacal 987, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1915. Chief Consulting Surgeon, Santa Ana Hospital. Cathcart, Robert Spann, M.D., 75 Hasell Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1893. Professor of Abdom- inal Surgery, Medical College of the State of South Carolina; Surgeon-in- Chief, Roper Hospital. Gather, David C, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wasliington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1903. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Catlin, Sanford Robinson, Ph.B., M.D., Stewart Building, Rockford, Illi- nois. Harvard Medical School, 1897. Surgeon, Rockford Hospital. 336 American College of Surgeons Catterson, Alden D., M.D., 3533 South Broadway, Englewood, Colorado. University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine (Medico- Chirurgical College of Philadelphia), 1899, Catterson, Thomas L., M.D., 2025 Fourth Avenue, Spokane, Washington. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1887. Caturani, Michele C, M.D., 136 East Seventy-ninth Street, New York, New York. University of Naples, 1899. Visiting Gynecologist, Italian Hospital. Caulk, John Roberts, A.M., M.D., University Club Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Asso- ciate in Genito-Urinary Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Chief of Genito-Urinary Clinic, Washington University Dispensary; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Barnes Hospital. Cavanaugh, John Algernon, M.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1904. Associate Professor of Otology and Lar)mgology, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Professor of Otology and Laryngology, Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat College; Member of Staff, St. Anthony de Padua Hospital. Cayce, Eldred B., M.D., 301 Hitchcock Building, Nashville, Tennessee. University of Nashville Medical Department, 1910. Member of Staff, Woman ' s Hospital. Cerswell, Willlvm Alfred, M.B., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 862 Dovercourt Road, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1901. Assistant Surgeon, Grace Hospital. Chace, Archibald Eastwood, A.B., M.D., 1404 Dudley Avenue, Texarkana, Arkansas. Cornell University Medical College, 1906. Chief Surgeon, Medical Department, St. Louis Southwestern Railway Lines, St. Louis Southwestern Hospital. Chalfant, Sn NEY A., B.Sc, M.D., 7048 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvan ia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1901. Assistant Professor of Gynecology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Department; Gynecologist, Allegheny General, Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospitals, Pittsburgh, and Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg. Chamberlain, Charles Thomson, M.D., 313 Franklin Street, Natchez, Mississippi. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1902. Visiting Surgeon, Natchez Hospital and Sanatorium, Chamberlain, George Ellsworth, M.D., Electric Building, Aberdeen, Washington, University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1893. President, Aberdeen General Hospital. Chamberlain, Weston Percival, A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1897. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Alphabetical List of Fellows 337 Chamberlin, William Bricker, A.B., M.D., Osbom Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, igoo. Associate in Diseases of Ear, Nose, and Throat, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Assistant Visiting Otologist, Rhinologist and Laryngologist, Lakeside Hospital; Surgeon in Charge, Department of Ear, Nose, and Throat, Lakeside Hospital, Western Reser ' e University Dispensary. Chambers, P. F., A.B., M.D., 18 East Ninety-fourth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College), 1876. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Woman ' s Hos- pital; Consulting Surgeon, French Hospital. Chambers, Ollver, M.D., First National Bank " Building, Rock Springs, Wyoming. University of Nebraska College of Medicine, 1903. Surgeon, Wyoming General Hospital. Chambers, Talbot R., B.Sc, M.D., 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1878. Consultant, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Orange Memorial Hospital, Orange, City Hospital, Jersey City, North Hudson Hospital, Weehawken; Surgeon in Charge, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Christ Hospital. Chambers, Willlam, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, . District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1907. Lieutenant Com- mander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Ch-AMPion, Benjamin Hiram, M.D., CM., 510 Hastings Street, West, Van- couver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1910. Associate Surgeon, Vancouver General Hospital. Ch. mpion, William L., M.D., Grant Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1891. Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Wesley Memorial Hospital, Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children, and St. Joseph ' s Infirmar ' . Chandler, A. W,, B.Sc., M.D., Rochelle, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1887. Chandler, Charles Porter, A.B., M.D., 43 State Street, Montpelier, Ver- mont. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 19 13. Obstetrician and Surgeon, Heaton Hospital. Chandler, George F., M.D., 11 East Chestnut Street, Kingston, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Surgeon, Kingston City Hospital. Chandler, Thomas E., M.D., 19 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1900. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Boston University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Massachu- setts Homeopathic Hospital. Chapman, Charles Ratchford, M.D., 174 State Street, Springfield, Massa- chusetts. Jefferson Medical College, 1892. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat 338 American College of Surgeons Surgeon, Mercy Hospital; Nose and Throat Surgeon, Wesson Memorial Hospital. Chapman, Theodore Leete, M.D., 700 Fidelity Building, Duluth, Minne- sota. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1902. Chief of Surgical Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Chapman, Vernon A., M.D., Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1898. Instructor in Clinical Ophthalmology, Marquette University School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist, Otologist, and Rhino-Laryngologist, Mil- waukee County Hospital; Consultant, Milwaukee Infants ' Hospital. Chard, Marie L., M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Woman ' s Medical College of the New York Infirmary for Women and Children, 1895. Gynecologist and Director of Surgery and Gynecology, New York Infirmary for Women and Children. Charles, J. W., A.M., M.D., 505 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1891. Ophthalmologist, Missouri Baptist Sanitarium; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Missouri School for the BUnd. Charlin, Carlos, B.A., M.D., Compania 21 15, Santiago, Chile. Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, 19 10. Chase, E. Frank, M.D., 1007. Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1905. Chase, Oilman Leeds, A.B., M.D., 185 Chestnut Street, Clinton, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Surgeon and Obstetrician, Clinton Hospital. Chase, Henry Melville, B.Sc, M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Chase, Herbert Clifton, M.D., 45 East Sixty-second Street, New York, New York. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1910. Chief of Clinic and Assistant Attending Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Consultant Gynecologist, Neurological Institute of New York. Chase, Ira Carleton, A.M., M.D., Texas State Bank Building, Fort Worth, Texas. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1899. Mem- ber of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Chase, Theodore L., M.D., Santa Barbara, California. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1891. Retired. Chatterton, Carl Clayton, M.D., Moore Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. Northwestern University Medical School, 1910. Assistant Professor of Orthop edics, University of Minnesota Medical School; Chief in Charge, Minnesota State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children; Ortho- pedic Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s, St. Luke ' s, St. John ' s, West Side General, Bethesda, and St. Paul ' s Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 339 Chavigny, Charles Noel, M.D., 5515 Hurst Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1899. Cheever, David, A.B., M.D., 193 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Assistant Professor of Surgery and Associate in Anatomy, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Chenery, William Elisha, A.B., M.D., 377 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1890. Professor of Laryn- gology, Tufts College Medical School; Laryngologist, Boston Dispensary and Hospital for Children; Chief Surgeon, Nose and Throat Department, Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. Cheney, Frederick E., M.D., 64 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1885. Consulting Ophthalmic Sur- geon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Cheney, Harry Cleveland, M.D., 18 Thorndike Street, Palmer, Massa- chusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1901. Surgeon, Wing Memorial Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Wesson Memorial Hospital, Springfield. Cherry, Thomas H., M.D., 47 West Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Assist- ant Visiting Gynecologist, Harlem and Post-Graduate Hospitals; Consult- ing Gynecologist, Suffolk County Sanatorium, Holtsville, New York, All Souls ' Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey. Chester, Thomas Weston, A.M., M.D., 50 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Obstetrician and Associate Gynecologist, Hartford Hospital. Chetwood, Charles H., M.D., LL.D., 25 Park Avenue, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1887. Surgeon, Bellevue, Knickerbocker, and French Hospitals, New York, St. John ' s Hospital, Long Island City, St. Agnes ' and White Plains Hospitals, White Plains, Nassau Hospital, Mineola. Chidester, Walter C, M.D., Red Cross Hospital, San Mateo, California. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1896. Surgeon in Charge, Church of St. Matthew Red Cross Hospital. CmPMAN, Walter W., B.A., M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 285 Mountain Street, Montreal, Quebec. University of Edinburgh, 1895. Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Gynecologist, Royal Victoria Hospital; Attending Obstetrician, Montreal Maternity Hospital. CmsHOLM, Miles Dudley, M.D., 106 Elm Street, Westfield, Massachusetts. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1900. Attending Surgeon, Noble Hospital. CmsHOLM, Murdoch, M.D., CM., L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 303 Brunswick Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1879. Consulting Surgeon, Victoria General Hospital. 340 American College of Surgeons Chislett, Howard Roy, M.D., 4721 Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1888. Attending Surgeon, Hahnemann and Streeter Hospitals. Chittenden, Arthur Smith, A.M., M.D., 106 Oak Street, Binghamton, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, Binghamton City and Binghamton State Hospitals. Chollett, Burt George, M.D., 421 Michigan Street, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Medical College, 1900. Orthopedist, Lucas County and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals, District Nurses Dispensary. Churchman, John Woolman, A.M., M.D., 65 Central Park, West, New York, New York, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1902. Churchman, Vincent T., M.D., Professional Building, Charleston, West Virginia. Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, 1889. Member of Staff, Churchman Eye and Ear, Kanawha Valley Hospitals. Chute, Arthur Lambert, M.D., 352 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Assistant Professor of Genito- urinary Surgery, Tufts College Medical School; Genito-Urinary Surgeon St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital; Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Robert Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston Dispensary, Boston, Josiah B. Thomas Hos- pital, Peabody, Newton Hospital, Newton, Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick, Somerville Hospital, Somerville. CiLLEY, Arthur Hutchins, A.B., M.D., 120 East Thirty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1896. Chief of Clinic, Cornell University Medical College; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Reconstruction Hospital, New York, Sea View Hospital, Castleton Comers; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Volunteer Hospital, New York, Nassau Hospital, Mineola. Claiborne, John Herbert, M.D., 9 East Forty-sixth Street, New York, New York. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1883. Consult- ing Ophthalmologist, Flushing Hospital, Flushing. Clapp, Clyde Alvin, M.D., 513 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1902. Associate Professor in Ophthalmology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Assistant in Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Surgeon, Maryland General and Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospitals; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Ophthalmologist, St. Vincent ' s Infant Asylum and Maternity Hospital. Clark, Albert Patton, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1909. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Clark, Alfred Hull, A.B., M.D., 153 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1903. Assistant Sur- geon, Buffalo Woman ' s Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, Buffalo City Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 341 Clark, Burton, M.D., 420 Algoma Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Rush Medical College, 1894. Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Clark, Charles C, M.D., 765 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. Uni- versity of Illinois College of Medicine, 1905. Assistant in Clinical Surgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Lakeside Hospital. Clark, Dwight Freeman, M.D., 800 Davis Street, Evanston, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1903. Attending Surgeon, Evanston Hospital; Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon, Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Clark, Edmund D., M.D., Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1891. Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Indian- apolis City Hospital; Member of Staff, Methodist and Robert W. Long Hospitals. Clark, Fred Herbert, M.D., 308 Continental Building, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. University Medical College, Kansas City, 1900. Consulting Surgeon, Rock Island Railroad. Clark, Frederick T., M.D., 29 Parks Block, Westfield, Massachusetts. Albany Medical College, 1896. Surgeon in Charge, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Noble Hospital. Clark, Howard Shoemaker, B.Sc, M.D., 607 La Salle Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1897. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmolog ' and Oto-Laryngology, University of Minne- sota Medical S chool; Member of Staff, University Hospital. Clark, J. Bayard, M.D., 114 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898. Consult- ing Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Elizabeth General Hospital, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, New York City Hospital; Consulting Urologist, Mt. Vernon Hospital, Mt. Vernon; Urologist, Nursery and Child ' s Hospital. Clark, John D., B.Sc, M.D., 910 Schweiter Building, Wichita, Kansas. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Obstetrician, Wesley Hospital. Clark, John Goodrich, M.D., 2017 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1891. Professor of GjTiecology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Gyne- cologist-in-Chief, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Consulting Gynecologist, Chestnut Hill and Jewish Hospitals, Germantown Dispen- sary and Hospital, Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington. Clark, John Sheldon, M.D., State Bank Building, Freeport, Illinois. North- western University Medical School, 1903. Member of Staff, St. Francis, Globe, and Freeport General Hospitals. Clark, Jonas, M.D., Gilroy, California, Harvard Medical School, 1875. 342 American College of Surgeons Clask, Joseph Payson, A.B., M.D., 71 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1887. Clark, Peter S., M.D., 818 East Forty-seventh Street, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1899. Professor of Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Hahnemann and Streeter Hospitals. Clark, Samuel M. D., B.Sc, M.D., 108 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisi- ana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1900. Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Obstetrics, and in Charge of Department of Gynecology, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine; Chief of Gynecological Division, Charity Hospital. Clark, Stanley A., M.D., 314 J. M. S. Building, South Bend, Indiana. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1898. Surgeon, Epworth Hospital. Clark, Thomas James, M.D., Oakland Bank, of Savings Building, Oakland, California. University of California Medical School, 1899. Chief of Dermatology Service, Alameda. County Hospital and Alameda County Public Health Center. Clark, Vernon Greene, M.D., 415 Elm Street, San Diego, California. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1896. Consulting Surgeon, San Diego County General Hospital; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Clark, Willluc Alfred, A.M., M.D., 406 Central Trust Building, Jefferson City, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1897. Chief of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Jefferson City, Masonic Hospital, St. Louis. Clark, William Irving, Jr., A.B., M.D., 53 West Street, Worcester, Massa- chusetts. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Assistant Surgeon, Memorial Hospital. Clarke, James Frederic, B.Sc, A.M., M.D,, 500 South Main Street, Fairfield, Iowa. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1889. Member of Staff, Jefferson County Hospital. Clay, Joseph V. F., M.D., 2102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1906. Associate Professor of Otology, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Assistant Otologist, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Assistant Ophthal- mologist and Junior Laryngologist, Women ' s Homeopathic Association. Claybrook, Edwin B., M.D., Riverside Building, Cumberland, Maryland. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1898. Sur- geon, Western Maryland and Allegany Hospitals, Cumberland, Miners ' Hospital, Frostburg. Clayton, Jere B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washmgton, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1893. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Alphabetical List of Fellows 343 Cleland, Frederick A., B.A., M.B., 131 Bloor Street, West, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1901. Demonstrator in Department of Surgery, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; GjTiecologist, Grace Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hos- pital. Clemens, James Brent, M.D., 10 East Seventy-first Street, New York, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1883. Retired. Cleveland, Clement, A.M., M.D., 925 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1871. Surgical Director Emeritus, Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, General Memorial Hospital. Clevenger, Willlam Fr. nklin, M.D., 403 Hume-Mansur Building, Indian- af)olis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1894. Member of Consulting Staff, City Hospital; Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s and Methodist Hospitals. Clifford, Addison B., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Michigan Medical School, 1904. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Clifton, Alfred Lee, A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- cine, 1906. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Cline, Clifford M., M.D., Farmers and Merchants Bank Building, Idaho Falls, Idaho. Northwestern University Medical School, 1905. Attending Surgeon, Idaho Falls General Hospital. Clinton, Fred Severs, Phar.G., M.D., New World Building, Tulsa, Okla- homa. University Medical College of Kansas City, 1897. President and Chief Surgeon, Oklahoma Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Tulsa Street Railway, Oklahoma Union Traction, and Sand Springs Railway Companies; Divi- sion Surgeon, Midland VaUey Railroad; Local Surgeon, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, and Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railways. Clinton, Marshall, M.D., 556 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. Uni- versity of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1895. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Professor of Oral Surgery, University of Buffalo, Dental Department; Attending Surgeon, Buffalo General, Erie County, and City Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Children ' s and Columbus Hospitals. Clopton, Malvern Bryan, M.D., 405 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mis- souri. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1897. Associate in Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Barnes Hospital; Associate Surgeon, St. Louis Children ' s Hospital. Clough, Francis Edgar, M.D., 214 Prospect Avenue, Lead, South Dakota. Rush Medical College, 1902. Chief Surgeon, Homestake Mining Com- pany. 344 American College of Surgeons Clough, Herbert T., M.D., 209 State Street, Bangor, Maine, Dartmouth Medical School, 1895. Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, Eastern Maine General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Maine Eye and Ear Hospital, Portland, and Central Maine General Hospital, Lewiston. CnjTE, Howard M., B.Sc, M.D., 638 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Dartmouth Medical School, 1914. Instructor in Surgery, Tufts College Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Out- Patient Department, Boston City Hospital. Cltjtterbuck, Herbert Ernest, M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 148 Grace Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1900. Assistant in Surgery, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Assistant Surgeon, Toronto Western and St. John ' s Hospitals. Clyne, Meade, M.D., 123 South Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. North- western University Medical School, 1907. Chief Surgeon, Arizona Hospital. CoAKLEY, Cornelius G., A.M., M.D., 53 West Fifty-sixth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Univer- sity of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1887. Professor of Laryngology and Otology, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Director and Attending Surgeon, Department of Oto- Laryngology, Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Otologist and Laryngologist, Presbyterian and Woman ' s Hospitals, New York, and Southampton Hospital, Long Island; Attending Otologist, Louisa Mintum Hospital; Attending Laryngologist, Sea View Hospital, Castleton Comers. Coates, George Morrison, A.B., M.D., 181 1 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Professor of Diseases of the Ear, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine; Otologist, Philadelphia Polyclinic Hospital; Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Pennsylvania Hospital; Laryngologist, Tuberculosis Department, Philadelphia General Hospital; Consulting Laryngologist, Philadelphia Orphanage, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sharon Hospital, Sharon, Connecticut. Cobb, Farrar, A.M., M.D., 419 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harva rd Medical School, 1893. Cochran, Guy, A.B., M.D., 596 Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Chief of StafiF, Children ' s Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad. Cochrane, Charles Stites, M.D., 400 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1900. Lecturer on Genito-Urinary Surgery, Long Island College Hospital; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Kings County Hospital; Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Harbor Hospital. Cochrane, Robert Carlyle, B.Sc, M.D., 86 Bay State Road, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 191 1. First Assistant Visiting Sur- I Alphabetical List of Fellows 345 geon, Boston City Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Long Island Hospital, Boston; Consulting Surgeon, Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick. Cocke, Rogers, M.D., io6 East Austin Street, Marshall, Texas. University of Texas Medical Department, 1899. Attending Surgeon, Kahn Memorial Hospital. CoCRAM, Henry S., B.Sc, M.D., 108 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1891. Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, New Orleans Polyclinic; Gynecologist, Charity Hospital. CoDMAN, Ernest Amory, A.B., M.D., 227 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. CoE, Henry Clarke, A.M., M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 45 East Sixty-second Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1881; Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1882. Consulting Gyne- cologist, Bellevue, Woman ' s, Foundling, General Memorial, and Beth Israel Hospitals. CoERR, Frederic Huntington, A.B., M.D., 759 Harvard Avenue, North, Seattle, Washington. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Coffey, Alden, M.D., Moore Building, Ft. Worth, Texas. Vanderbilt Uni- versity Medical Department, 1906. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Coffey, Robert C, M.D., 789 Glisan Street, Portland, Oregon. University of Louisville Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1892. Chief Surgeon, Portland Surgical Hospital. Coffey, Titian, M.D., 326 Marsh-Strong Building, Los Angeles, California. University of California Medical School, 1898; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1899. Coffey, Walter B., M.D., Medical Building, San Francisco, CaUfomia. Cooper Medical College, 1889. Senior Surgeon, Southern Pacific General Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Medical Department, Market Street Railway Company; Director, St. Francis Hospital. Coffin, Jacob M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Coffin, Lewis A., A.B., M.D., 114 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1886. Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. CoFiELD, Robert Barker, M.D., 19 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Ohio-Miami Medical Col- lege of the University of Cincinnati), 1903. Associate Professor of Ortho- pedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Orthopedic 346 American College of Surgeons Surgeon, Christ Hospital; Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Cincinnati General Hospital. CoGAN, James Edward, M.D., Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Jefferson Medical College, 1896. Visiting Otologist and Laryngologist, St. Alexis Hospital; Ophthalmologist, St. John ' s Hospital. CoGHLAN, John Nicholas, M.D., Selling Building, Portland, Oregon. Uni- versity of Vermont College of Medicine, 1892. Assistant Professor of Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases, University of Oregon Medical School; Surgeon, Poitland Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. CoGiLL, Lida Stewart, M.D., 1831 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1890. Senior Obste- trician, Woman ' s Hospital, West Philadelphia Hospital for Women. Cogswell, Willl m, A.B., M.D., 51 North Avenue, Haverhill, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Cohen, Haskell, M.D., 302 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1899. Attending Gyne- cologist, Mercy Hospital; Attending Surgeon, National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives. Cohen, Ira, B.Sc, M.D., 178 East Seventieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 191 1. Assistant Professor of Neuro-Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Montefiore Hospital; Adjunct Surgeon, Mount Sinai Hospital. Cohen, Lee, M.D., 1820 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1895. Rhinologist and Aurist, Hebrew Hospital. Cohen, Martin, M.D., i West Eighty-fifth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898. Pro- fessor of Ophthalmology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Ophthalmologist, Harlem Hospital, Crippled Children ' s East Side Free School; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Manhattan State Hospital; Visiting Ophthalmologist, New York City Children ' s Hospitals and Schools, Randall ' s Island; Assistant Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. CoHN, Eugene, M.D., Kankakee State Hospital, Kankakee, Illinois. Barnes Medical College, 1898; Northwestern University Medical School, 1906. Medical Superintendent, Kankakee State Hospital. CoHN, Isidore, B.Sc., M.D., Maison Blanche Building, New Orleans, Louisi- ana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1907. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine; Senior Associate Surgeon, Touro Infirmary. Colburn, Frederick Wilkinson, Ph.B., M.D., 510 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1897. Associate Professor of Otology, Boston University School of Medicine; Aural Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 347 Cole, Alfred Peters, M.D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1891. Cole, C. Grenes, M.D., 1503 Pine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1908. Professor of Surgery, Loyola Post-Graduate School of Medicine; Chief Visiting Surgeon, Charity and Presbyterian Hospitals. Cole, Herbert Phalon, A.B., M.D., 901 Van Antwerp Building, Mobile, Alabama. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Cole, Thomas Porter, M.D., 218 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1893. Consulting Surgeon, Westmoreland Hospital. Cole, Walter Francis, S.B., A.B., M.D., Greensboro, North Carolina. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1909. Surgeon, St. Leo Hospital. Coleman, Claxjde C, M.D., Professional Building, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1903. Professor of Oral Surgery and Anes- thesia, and Associate Professor of Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Senior Surgeon, Memorial Hospital; Consulting Oral Surgeon, Virginia Hospital. Coleman, James Edmund, M.D., 24 North Main Street, Canton, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1884. CoLEY, William Bradley, A.M., M.D., 340 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1888. Clinical Professor of Cancer Research, Memorial Hospital, Cornell University Medical College; Attend- ing Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled. Collier, Clinton C, B.Sc, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, 1904; Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1906. Professor of Oto-Laryn- gology, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Head of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, South Chicago Hospital; Oto-Laryngolo- gist, Hahnemann Hospital. Collier, G. Kirby, M.D., 525 Lake Avenue, Rochester, New York. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Baltimore), 1900. Collings, Howard Paxton, B.Sc, M.D., Dugan-Stuart Building, Hot Springs, Arkansas. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1891. Collins, Arthur Nelson, A.B., M.D., Lyceum Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Collins, Asa Weston, D.D.S., M.D., 126 Post Street, San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Cooper Medical College, 1903. Chief Surgeon, French Hospital; Associate Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Collins, C. Clark, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1895. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. 348 American College of Surgeons CoixiNS, Charles Ernst, M.D., Providence Sanitarium, Waco, Texas. University of Texas, 1913. House Surgeon, Providence Sanitarium. Collins, Clifford U., M.D., 427 Jefferson Building, Peoria, Illinois. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Marion-Sims College of Medicine), 1892. Surgeon, St. Francis ' Hospital. Collins, Howard Dennis, A.B., M.D., 630 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1893. Visiting Surgeon, New York City Hospital. Collins, Joseph Dorsey, M.D., 314 Court Street, Portsmouth, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1905. Attending Surgeon, King ' s Daughters Hospital. Collins, Richard, A.B., M.D., 837 Main Street, Waltham, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Chief of Surgical Staff, Waltham Hospital. Collom, Spencer Allen, M.D., 621 State Street, Texarkana, Texas. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1892. Member of Surgical Staff, Texarkana Sanitarium and Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Louis Southwestern Railway Hospital, Texarkana, Arkansas. CoLVER, Benton Noble, A.B., M.D., 182 Manchester Street, Battle Creek, Michigan. University of Illinois College of Medicine (American Medical Missionary College), 1904; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 191 1. Director of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Battle Creek Sanitarium. CoLViN, Alexander R., M.D., CM., Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1894. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Surgeon, City and County, and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Combs, Clarendon J., M.D., 19 Jefferson Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. University of Michigan Medical School, 1898. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Combs, Malachi R., M.D., 418 Tribune Building, Terre Haute, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine, 1885. Surgeon, Union Hospital. CoMPTON, Hays A., M.D., Fischer Building, Bellingham, Washington. Uni- versity of Nashville, Medical Department, 1882. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. CoMPTON, R. F., M.D., 103 East Market Street, Chariottesville, Virginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1900. Professor, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, University of Virginia, Department of Medicine; Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, University of Virginia and Martha Jefferson Hospitals. CoMSTOCK, George Foster, M.D., 540 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1883. Surgeon, Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Cure and Infirmary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 349 CoNANT, James B., A.B., M.D., 13 Grove Street, Amsterdam, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Con- sulting Surgeon, Amsterdam City Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. CoNANT, William M., A.B., M.D., 486 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1884. Consulting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. CoNAWAY, Walt Ponder, A.B., M.D., 1723 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical CoUege, 1899. Attending Gynecologist, Atlantic City Hospital. CoNDELL, William N., M.D., CM., 10039 One Hundred Fifth Street, Edmon- ton, Alberta. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1898. Consulting Oculist and Aurist, Canadian Northern Railway. CoNDiT, William Henry, B.Sc, M.D., 1009 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Miimesota Medical School, 1899. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Minnesota Medical School; Obstetrician, University and Northwestern Hospitals; Consulting Obstetrician, Bethany Home. Cone, Sydney M., A.B., M.D., 2326 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1893. Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Mary- land General and Hebrew Hospitals, Children ' s Hospital School. Congdon, Charles Everett, M.D., 77 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire. Long Island College Hospital, 1896. Member of Surgical Stafif, Nashua Memorial and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Congdon, John Bowman, M.D., 140 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1902. Attending Surgeon, Homeopathic Hospital. Congdon, Russell T., A.B., M.D., Wenatchee, Washington. Harvard Medi- cal School, 1907. CoNKLiNG, Wilbur S., Phar.G., M.D., 407 Bankers Trust Building, Des Moines, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Iowa College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1897. Member of Surgical Staff, Iowa Methodist and Iowa Lutheran Hospitals. CoNLAN, Francis J. S., M.D., 135 Stockton Street, San Francisco, California. Rush Medical College, 1899. Oculist and Aurist, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Conley, Dudley Steele, B.Sc, M.D., Guitar Building, Columbia, Missouri. Columbia University of Physicians and Surgeons, 1906. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Missouri; Chief of Surgical Service, Parker Memorial Hospital. CoNLON, Frank Aloysius, M.D., Bay State Building, Lawrence, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. k 35© American College of Surgeons Conn, Leighton Carling, M.D., CM., 625 Tegler Block, Edmonton, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1909. CoNNALLY, Herschel Frank, M.D., 2223 Calcard Street, Waco, Texas. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1900. CoNNELL, E. DeWitt, M.D., Selling Building, Portland, Oregon. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Portland Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital. CoNNELL, F. Gregory, M.D., 19 Jefferson Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1896. Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. CoNNELL, James Cameron, M.A., M.D., CM., 265 King Street, East, Kings- ton, Ontario. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1888. Dean of Medical Faculty, Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Kingston General Hospital. CoNNELL, Karl, M.D., Presbyterian Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Professor of Surgery, Creighton College of Medicine; Chief Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Creighton Memorial and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Connor, Clarence Herbert, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1901. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Connor, Edward Lawrence, M.D., CM., 109 Sherlock Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1905. Connor, Ray, A.B., M.D., 503 Washington Arcade, Detroit, Michigan. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1901. Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Surgeon, Children ' s Free and Providence Hospitals. Connors, John F., A.M., M.D,, 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1895. Surgeon, Harlem and Washington Square Hospitals; Surgical Director, Division B, Harlem Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Waterbury, Connecticut. Conrad, George A., M.D., Mohawk, Michigan. Saginaw Valley Medical College, 1901. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Hancock; Chief of Staff, Mohawk, Wolverine, and Seneca Copper Mining Companies. CoNROW, Matthias Woolley, A.B., M.D., 31 Maple Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1905; College of New York Ophthalmic Hospital, 1908. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon, Wesson Memorial Hospital. CoNSTANTiNE, KosciusKO Walker, A.B., M.D., Empire Building, Birming- ham, Alabama. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Alphabetical List of Fellows 351 Professor of Ophthalmology, Graduate School of Medicine of the University of Alabama; Ophthalmologist, Hillman Hospital. CoNWELL, Thomas Isaac, B.Sc., M.D., Chickasaw, Alabama. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (University of Nashville, Medical Depart- ment), 1903. Member of Staff, Providence Infirmary; Chief Surgeon, Chickasaw Shipbuilding and Car Company. Cook, Hugh F., A.M., M.D., 2 Lombardy Street, Newark, New Jersey. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1896. President and Visiting Surgeon, Newark Private Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Newark City Hospital. Cook, Luzerne H., M.D., 429 West Market Street, Bluffton, Indiana. Uni- versity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1885. Cook, Richakd Franklin, M.D., 5 East Benton Street, Carrollton, Missouri. University of Missouri School of Medicine, 1893. Surgeon, Cook ' s Hospital. Cook, W. Albert, M.D., 506 Palace Building, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Rush Medical College, 1897. Cooke, A. Bennett, A.M., M.D., 1019 Hollingsworth Building, Los Angeles, California. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1891. Senior Attending Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital. Cooke, Clinton T., M.D., 817 Sunmiit Avenue, Seattle, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1890. Ophthalmologist, Seattle Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Infirmary. Coolidge, Algernon, A.B., M.D., 613 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1886. Professor of Larjmgology, Harvard Medical School; Member of Staff, Massachusetts General Hospital. Coombs, Sylvan, M.D., Surf Apartments, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1891. Surgeon, Grant and Michael Reese Hospitals. Coon, Clarence Erford, M.D., 405 East Fayette Street, Syracuse, New York. Syracuse University College of Medicine, 1898. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Syracuse University College of Medicine; Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Memorial Hospitals, Sjrracuse Free Dispensary. Coon, George S., A.B., M.D., 440 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1891; Hahnemarm Medical College and Hospital, Chicago (Chicago Homeopathic Medical College), 1892. Surgeon, Louisville City and Deaconess Hospitals. CooNEY, Henry C, M.D., Princeton, Minnesota. University of Illinois Col- lege of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1887. Surgeon-in-Chief, Northwestern Hospital. Cooper, Oswald O., A.B., B.Sc, M.D., 315 Temple Street, Hinton, West Virginia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. Surgeon in Charge, Hinton Hospital; Surgeon, Chesapeake and Ohio Annex Hospital. 352 American College of Surgeons Cooper, St. Cloud, M.D., 604 First National Bank Building, Fort Smith, Arkansas. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1882. Surgeon, Sparks Memorial Hospital. CooPEKNAiL, George P., M.D., Bedford, New York. Albany Medical Col- lege, 1900, Attending Surgeon, Westchester County Hospitals, East View; Surgeon, Northern Westchester Hospital, Mt. Kisco, New York State Reformatory for Women, Bedford Hills. CoovER, David Hummel, M.D., 412 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. Jefferson Medical College, 1874. Emeritus Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Children ' s, Mercy, and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. CoPELAND, Ernest, M.D., 141 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1879. Gynecologist, Columbia Hospital. CoPELAND, Royal Samuel, A.M., M.D., 58 Central Park, West, New York, New York. University of Michigan Medical School, 1889. Commissioner of Health for the City of New York. CoRBETT, J. Frank, M.D., 808 Physicians and Surgeons Building, Minne- apolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1896. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Associate Surgeon, General Hospital; Member of Surgical Staff, St. Mary ' s and Northwestern Hospitals; Consulting Neurological Surgeon, Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Institute. CoRBETT, Frederick A. F., B.A., M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 414 McCallum-Hill Building, Regina, Saskatchewan. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1896. Surgeon, Regina General and Grey Nun ' s Hospitals. CoRBUS, BuDD Clarke, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1901. CoRDERO, Juan B. Arzube, M.D., Malec6n 2006, Guayaquil, Ecuador. Uni- versity of Guayaquil Faculty of Medicine, 1904. Professor, University of Guayaquil, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, General Hospital. Cornell, Edward Lyman, B.Sc, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1910. Instructor, Northwestern Uni- versity Medical School; Member of Staff, Chicago Lying-in and Illinois Masonic Hospitals; Member of Consulting Staff, Auburn Park Hospital. Cornish, Percy Gillette, M.D., Grant Block, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jefferson Medical College, 1885, Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Presbyterian Hospitals. CoRRiGAN, Franos PATRICK, A.B., M.D., II lo Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1906. Visiting Surgeon, St. Alexis Hospital; Alternate Visiting Surgeon, St. John ' s Ho itai. » Alphabetical List of Fellows 353 CORRIGAN, Henry J. C, A.M., M.D., 242 Broadway, Providence, Rhode Island, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902. Urologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Infant Asylum. CoRSS, J. Kennedy, A.M., M.D., 3214 West Avenue, Newport News, Virginia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon, Riverside Hospital. CoRSAN, Douglas, M.D., CM., 20 Victoria Avenue, Femie, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1885. Surgeon, Femie Hospital. CoRSER, John B,, M.D., 345 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Ophthalmologist, Hahnemann and State Hospitals; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Hillside Home, Clark ' s Summit, Mid- Valley Hospital, Olyphant. Corson, George R. S., M.D., 20 North Center Street, Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1896. Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Pottsville Hospital. CoRWiN, Richard Warren, A.M., M.D., LL.D., Minnequa Hospital, Pueblo, Colorado. University of Michigan Medical School, 1878. Professor of Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Chief Surgeon and Superintendent, Minnequa Hospital; Surgeon, Colorado State Insane Asylum; Chief Surgeon, Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, Colorado and Wyoming, and Crystal River Railways; Division Surgeon, Missouri Pacific Railway; Local Surgeon, Denver and Rio Grande, and Colorado and Southern Railways. CoRWiN, Theodore W., M.D., 671 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1879. Laryn- gologist, St. Michael ' s Hospital; Consulting Larjoigologist, Hospital of St. Barnabas, Newark, Essex County Hospital, Cedar Grove. CoTT, Chester C, M.D., looi Main Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1908. Associate in Oto-Laryngology, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Attending Otologist, Buffalo City Hospital; Attending Oto-Larjmgologist, Buffalo General Hospital. CoTTAM, GaBERT Geoffrey, M.D., 800 Sioux Falls National Bank Building, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1893. Attending Surgeon, McKennan Hospital. CoTTis, George W., M.D., 310 Wellman Building, Jamestown, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1904. Cottle, George F., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Cotton, Albertus, A.M., M.D., 1303 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians 354 American College of Surgeons and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1896. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Roentgenology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Orthopedist and Rcentgenologist, Mercy Hospital; Roentgenologist, Presbyterian Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospital; Associate Surgeon, James Lawrence Kernan Hospital and Industrial School for Crippled Children. Cotton, Frederic J., A.M., M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Associate in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Con- sulting Surgeon, Beth Israel and New England Hospital for Women and Children; Surgical Consultant, United States Public Health Service. CoxJES, William Pearce, M.D., 31 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Assistant in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Instructor in Surgery, Tufts College Medical School; Assistant Surgeon to Out-Patients, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Dispensary. CouGHUN, Fred A., A.B., M.D., 224 Thayer Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1908. Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Out-Pa tient Depart- ment, Rhode Island Hospital. CouGHLiN, WiLX,lAM Thomas, B.Sc, M.D., University Club Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1901. Professor of Surgery and Director of Department, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital. Cottlter, John Ernest, M.D., CM., 604 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Mani toba (Manitoba Medical College), 1895. Lecturer on Obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Mani- toba; Senior Member of StafiF, Grace Maternity Hospital. Coulter, John Stanley, M.D., 5 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1909. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army, retired. Countryman, John Edgar, M.D., CM., Grafton, North Dakota. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1893. Surgeon, Grafton Deaconess Hospital. CouRTENAY, JOHN DiCKSON, M.B., 189 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1885. Ophthalmologist and Otologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. CotTRTNEY, Walter, A.M., M.D., ig Bluflf Avenue, Brainerd, Minnesota. University of Michigan Medical School, 1883. Retired. Cousins, William Lewis, M.D., 231 Woodford Street, Portland, Maine. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Barnabas Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Maine General Hospital. Coventry, Wiluam Albertus, M.D., 600 Fidelity Building, Duluth, Minne- sota. University of Michigan Medical School, 1900. Alphabetical List of Fellows 355 Cowan, John Rice, A.B., M.D., 336 Main Street, Danville, Kentucky. Har- vard Medical School, 1894. Surgeon, Southern Railway. CowDEN, Chaxles Noems, M.D., 347 Doctors Building, Nashville, Ten- nessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1886. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Gynecologist, St. Thomas Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Nashville City Hospital. CowEN, WnxiAM, A.B., M.D., 35 East Sixtieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1883. Attend- ing Aurist, Lebanon Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Jewish Mater- nity and People ' s Hospitals. CowLES, Henry Clay, A.B., M.D., 97 Central Park, West, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Attending Obstetrician, New York Nursery and Child ' s Hospital. CowPEE, H. W., M.D., 543 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1897. Instructor in Ophthalmology, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Attending Ophthalmolo- gist, Emergency, Buffalo City and Buffalo General Hospitals; Surgeon, Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary. Cox, Charles Newton, M.D., 257 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. University of Pennsylvani?, School of Medicine, 1883. Consulting Otolo- gist, Long Island College and Bethany Deaconess Hospitals; Aural Surgeon, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital; Consulting Lary-ngologist, Bush- wick Hospital; Consulting Otologist, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Jamaica. Cox, Ernest Harper, B.Sc., M.D., 407 Osbom Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1905. Visiting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Cox, Gerard Hutchison, A.B., M.D., 137 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Cox, Ross Parker, A.B., M.D., Rome, Georgia. Jefferson Medical Collie, 1889. Associate Staff Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Harbin Hospital. Cox, William CoLxniBUS, M.D., 410 American Bank Building, Everett, Washington. Jefferson Medical College, 1885. Member of Staff, Everett Hospital. Coy, Warren De weese, B.Sc., M.D., 608 Market Street, Youngstown, Ohio. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Siu ' geons, Chicago), 1901. Attending Surgeon, Youngstown Hospital. Crabb, George Melville, B.Sc., M.D., 102 North Washington Avenue, Mason City, Iowa. Rush Medical College, 1910. Surgeon, Park Hos- pital. Ckagin, Donald Brett, M.D., 179 Allyn Street, Hartford, Connecticut. Harvard Medical School, 1902. k 356 American College of Surgeons Craig, Chakles Franklin, A.M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Yale University School of Medicine, 1894, Professor of Bacteriology, Parasitology, and Preventive Medicine, Army Medical School; Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Ckaig, Robert Henry, M.D., CM., 510 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1896. Lecturer on Rhinology and Laryngology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Associate Laryngologist, Montreal General Hospital; Otologist and Laryngologist, Western Hospital. Grain, Alfred Penn, M.D., 914 Oneonta Street, Shreveport, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1907. Visiting Sur- geon, North Louisiana, Highland, and T. E. Schumpert Memorial Sani- tariums. Grain, Ambrose BtJRDETT, Phar.M., M.D., ii2 Central Avenue, Belton, Texas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1908. Mem- ber of Staff, Belton Sanitarium. Cramp, Walter C, A.B., M.D., 369 West End Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Pro- fessor of Clinical Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- lege; Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital, Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, St. Francis, Willard Parker and Reception Hospitals. Cramton, Charles A., M.D., 29 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1893. Oculist and Laryngol- ogist, St. Johnsbury and Brightlook Hospitals. Crandon, Le Roi Goddaed, A.M., M.D., 366 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Consulting Surgeon, Chelsea Memorial Hospital, Chelsea, Massachusetts, Lawrence and Memorial Associated Hospitals, New London, Connecticut, Woonsocket Hospital, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Crane, Augustin Averill, A.B., M.D., 300 West Main Street, Waterbury, Connecticut. Yale University School of Medicine, 1887. Attending Surgeon, Waterbury Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Crane, Charles Williams, M.D., 1106 Lamar Building, Augusta, Georgia. University of Georgia, Medical Department, 1898. Professor of Surgery, University of Georgia, Medical Department; Attending Surgeon, Wilhen- ford and University Hospitals. Crane, Clarence, Ch.B., M.D., 520 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachu- setts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1900. Lecturer on Surgery and Instnictor in Operative Surgery on the Cadaver, Boston University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick. Crane, Claude Granville, M.D., 121 St. James Place, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Attending Alphabetical List of Fellows 357 Otologist and Laryngologist, Brooklyn Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Sendee, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital. Crawford, Lewis Bienvznu, M.D., Patterson, Louisiana. Tulane Univer- sity of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1905. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Crawford, Walter Wesley, B.Sc, Ph.M., M.D., South Mississippi Infirmary, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Jefferson Medical College, 1898. Surgeon-in- Chief , South Mississippi Infirmary. Creadick, a. Nowell, M.D., Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1908. Assistant Professor in GjTiecology and Obstetrics, Yale University School of Medicine; Asso- ciate Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New Haven Hospital; Chief of Clinic, Obstetrical and Gynecological Department, New Haven Dispensary. Creiohton, Samuel S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. University of Buffalo, Department of Medi- cine, 1909. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Cren eling, Hanley Clay, M.D., Frisco Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1895. Surgeon, St. Louis Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Infirmary. Crile, George W., A.M., M.D., F.R.C.S. (Eng. Ire.), Hon., Clinic BuUding, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (Uni- versity of Wooster, Medical Department), 1887. Professor of Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Lake- side Hospital. Crinnion, Thomas Matthew, M.D., 635 Oak Street, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Medical College, 1903. Gynecologist, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Crisler, Carleton Graves, M.D., Groton Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1903. Visiting Sur- geon, Christ Hospital. Crisler, Joseph Augustus, B.Sc, M.D., Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1890. Crisp, William Henry, M.D., 530 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver and Gross College of Medicine), 1907. Instructor in Ophthalmology, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist, National Jewish Hospital. Critchlow, George Read, A.B., M.D., 647 Lafayette Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1898. Attending Surgeon, Buffalo Homeopathic Hospital; Attending Gynecolo- gist, Erie County Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Gowanda State Homeo- pathic Hospital, Collins, City Hospitals and Dispensaries, Buffalo. Critchlow, John Franklin, M.D., The Bransford, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Surgeon, St Mark ' s Hospital, Utah Fuel Company, Denver and Rio Grande and Western Pacific Railroads. 3S8 American College of Surgeons Crockett, Eugene A., M.D., 298 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1891. Walter A. Le Compte, Professor of Otol- ogy, Harvard Medical School; Chief of Staff, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Otologist, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Crockett, Frank S., Phar.G., M.D., 601 La Fayette Life Building, La Fayette, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1903. Croll, Andrew, M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 304 Canada Building, Sas- katoon, Saskatchewan. University of Edinburgh, 1893. Examiner in Surgery, Medical Council of Canada; Visiting Surgeon, City and St. Paul ' s Hospitals; Surgeon, Canadian National Railways. Cronk, Fred Yohn, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 302 Daniel Building, Tulsa, Okla- homa. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1907. Visiting Surgeon, Tulsa Hospital. Crook, Jere Lawrence, A.M., M.D., no West Baltimore Street, Jackson, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1894. Chief Surgeon, Crook Sanatorium; Division Surgeon, Illinois Central Railroad; Surgeon, Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis and Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railways. Crosbie, Arthur H., A.B., M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Crosby, Daniel, M.D., Twentieth and Webster Streets, Oakland, California. Cooper Medical College, 1898. Chief of Staff, Fabiola Hospital. Crosby, Robert, M.B., 736 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1898. Crosby, Walter Theodore, Ph.B., M.D., 814 Elm Street, Manchester, New Hampshire. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Visiting Surgeon, Sacred Heart Hospital. Cross, Frank Bradley, M.D., Livingston Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. Uni- versity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1895. Vice-Dean, Secretary of Faculty, and Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Ophthal- mologist, Cincinnati General Hospital. Crossen, Harry Sturgeon, M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1892. Clinical Professor of Gynecology, Washington University Medical School; Gynecologist, Barnes, St. Luke ' s, and St. Louis Maternity Hospitals. CROSTHWArr, William L., B.Sc, M.D., 803 Amicable Building, Waco, Texas. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Hospital College of Medi- cine), 1899. Member of Surgical Staff, Providence and Central Texas Baptist Sanitariums; Assistant Attending Surgeon, United States Public Hodth Service. Alphabetical List of Fellows 359 Crotti, Ande£, M.D., 151 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio. University of Lausanne, 1902; Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling- Ohio Medical College), 1908. Surgeon, Grant and Children ' s Hospitals. Crouse, Hugh W., M.D., 504 Roberts-Banner Building, El Paso, Texas. Indiana University School of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon, Ralston and Providence Hospitals. Crowe, Samuel James, A.B., M.D., 4332 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1908. Professor of Clinical Laryngology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Rhinologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Crowe, Walter Andrew, B.Sc, M.D., 1501 Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical CoUege (Belle aie Hospital Medical College), 1881. Member of Staff, Wesley Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph Infirmary. Crowe, Wilus Hanpord, M.D., 59 College Street, New Haven, Connecticut. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Attend- ing Surgeon, Hospital of St. Raphael. Crowell, Andrew J., M.D., 711 Independence Building, Charlotte, North Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1893. President of Crowell Urological Clinic; Head of Department of Urology, Charlotte Sanatorium, Presbyterian Hospital. Crowell, Joseph A., M.D., 301 East Ludington Street, Iron Mountain, Michigan. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1881. Chief Surgeon, Oliver Iron Mining, Thomas Iron, and Republic Iron Companies, Menomi- nee Range. Crowell, Lester A., M.D., South Aspin Street, Lincolnton, North Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1892. Surgeon in Charge, Lincoln Hospital. Crowley, Dennis Davto, M.D., Central Bank Building, Oakland, California. Loyola University School of Medicine (Bennett Medical College), 1879; University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1885. Crozier, James Alexander, B.A., M.D., CM., 215 Park Street, Port Arthur, Ontario. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1902. Crump, Walter Gray, M.D., 837 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1895. Surgeon, Hahnemann, Community , and Broad Street Hospitals; Consult- ing Surgeon, New York Ophthalmic Hospital, New York, Yonkers Homeo- pathic Hospital and Maternity, Yonkers; Consulting Gynecologist, Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, United Hospital, Port Chester, Mt. Vernon Hospital, Mt. Vernon. Cubbins, Willl m R., B.Sc., M.D., 29 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1900. Professor of Surgery, 360 American College of Surgeons Post-Graduate Medical School; Associate Professor of Surgery, North- western University Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Post-Graduate Hospital; Surgeon, Wesley Memorial and Cook County Hospitals. CuENCA Y Lamas, Baldomero, A.B., M.D., Rincon 615, Montevideo, Uruguay. Faculty of Medicine, University of Montevideo, 1903. Surgeon, Urological Policlinic, Spanish Hospital of Montevideo. CuLBERT, William Ledlie, Ph.B., M.D., Ph.D., 16 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1888. Assistant Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Consulting Rhinologist and Laryngologist, New York Neuro- logical Institute, New York, Mary McCIellan Hospital, Cambridge, New York, Sharon Hospital, Sharon, Connecticut; Consulting Otologist and Laryngologist, New York State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children, West Haverstraw. CuLBERTSON, Carey, A.B., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1898. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and G}aiecology, Rush Medical College; Associate Attending Obstetrician and Gsmecologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Attend- ing Gynecologist, Cook County Hospital. Culhane, Thomas Henry, M.D., 305 Stewart Building, Rockford, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1890. Consulting Surgeon, Rockford Hospital. CuLiN, WiLUAM D., M.D., 820 North Forty-first Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1894. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Gynecologist, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, West Philadelphia General Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary. Cxtllen, Ernest Keys, M.B., 1053 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michi- gan. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1903. Acting Professor of Gynecology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Surgeon in Gynecology, Harper Hospital. CULLEN, Thomas Stephen, M.B., 20 East Eager Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1890. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting Gynecologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Consultant in Gynecology, Church Home and Infirmary. Culler, Robert M., A.M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1901. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. CuLLOM, Marvin McTyeire, A.B., M.D., 208 Hitchcock Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1896; Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, and Oto-Laryngology, Vanderbilt University Medical Department; Surgeon, St. Thomas ' Hospital. CuLP, John Franklin, M.D., 240 North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1886. Visiting Laryngologist and Otologist, Harrisburg Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 361 CxJMMiN, John White, A.B., M.D., 9 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon to Out-Patients, Massachusetts General Hospital. CuMMiNGS, Hugh F., M.D., United States Public Health Service, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia Department of Medicine, 1893; Medical College of Virginia, 1894. Surgeon General, United States Public Health Service. CuMMlNGS, Howard H., M.D., 202 Nickels Arcade, Ann Arbor, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1910. Member of StaflF, Wash- tenaw Private Hospital. Cunningham, A. T. R., A.B., M.D., 501 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1900. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Cunningham, Allan R., B.A., M.D., CM., 260 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dalhousie University, Faculty of Medicine, 1904. Assist- ant Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Victoria General Hospital. Cunningham, Benjamin F., Ph.B., M.D., Santa Barbara, California. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Cunningham, Harry Clarkson, M.D., CM., Villard Avenue, Carman, Manitoba. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1885. Member of Staff, Carman Hospital. Cunningham, Henry M., M.D., 106 Birks Building, Vancouver, British Columbia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Cunningham, John Henry, M.D., 46 Gloucester Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon, Long Island Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Rufus S. Frost Hospital, Chelsea, Melrose Hospital, Melrose, Jordan Hospital, Plymouth. Cunningham, Samuel Preston, M.D., 714 Gibbs Building, San Antonio, Texas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1898. Chief of Staff, GjTiecological Section, Robert B. Green Memorial Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Lee Surgical and Physicians and Surgeons Hospitals; Chief Surgeon, San Antonio, Uvalde and Gulf Railroad. Cunningham, Thomas Hart, M.D., Glens Falls Insurance Building, Glens Falls, New York. Albany Medical College, 1900. Attending Surgeon, Glens Falls Hospital. Cunningham, Wilson, B.Sc, M.D., Platteville, Wisconsin. Northwestern University Medical School, 1898. Surgeon, Cunningham Hospital. Cupler, Ralph Clinton, Phar.G., M.D., 5222 Blackstone Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1901. Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. 362 American College of Sprgeons Curdy, Robert J., M.D., Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1895. Ophthalmologist, Mercy and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Curl, Holton C, M.D., Medidal Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of California Medical School, 1897. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Curry, Glendon E., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Consulting Ophthalmologist, Western Pennsylvania Hospital; Ophthahnologist, Eye and Ear Hospital and Pittsburgh Hospital for Children. Curry, James Walker, M.D., 328 North Main Street, Greenville, South Carolina. Emory University School of Medicine (Southern Medical College), 1897; Jefferson Medical College, 1898. CtJRTis, ARTHxm H., B.Sc, M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1905. Clinical Professor of Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; Senior Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Curtis, Wesley L., M.D., 612 Security Mutual Building, Lmcoln, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 1896. Gushing, Harvey, A.M., M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), F.R.C.S. (I.), LL.D., Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Moseley Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Gushing, Hayward W., A.B., M.D., 70 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1882. Retired. Cutler, Arthur W., M.D., 28 Watkins Avenue, Oneonta, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Surgeon, Aurelia Osbom Fox Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Thanks- giving Hospital, Cooperstown. Cutler, Elliott Carr, A.B., M.D., Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1913. Faculty Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Resident Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. CtTTLER, Franklin E., M.D., Schofield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Homeo- pathic Medical College), 1905; Jefferson Medical College, 1906. Cutts, William Bryant, A.M., M.D., 370 Broad Street, Providence, Rhode Island. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1899. Visiting Surgeon, Rhode Island Hospital. Dabney, Samuel Gordon, M.D., 911 Starks Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1882. Professor, Diseases of E r, Nose, and Throat, and Clinical Professor, Diseases of Eye, Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department. Alphabetical List of Fellows 363 Dabney, VmGiNius, M.D., 1633 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1902. Chief of Clinic, Episcopal Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Otologist and Laryngologist, Garfield Memorial Hospital, Washington City Orphan Asylum, Friendship House. Da Costa, John Chalmers, M.D., LL.D., 2045 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jeflferson Medical College, 1885. Gross Professor of Surgery, Jefferson Medical College; Surgeon, Jefferson Medical College Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Philadelphia General, St. Joseph ' s and Misericordia Hospitals. Dakin, Channing Ellery, B.Sc, M.D., 502 M. B. A. BuUding, Mason City, Iowa. Loyola University School of Medicine (Bennett Medical College), 1899. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital and Mason City Clinic. Dale, John Richard, M.D., Sixth and Beech Streets, Texarkana, Arkansas. Jefferson Medical College, 1872. Surgeon, Dale Sanatorium; Chief Surgeon, Louisiana and Arkansas Railway, Dancy, Alexander Brown, M.D., First National Bank Building, Jackson, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1902. Ophthal- mic and Aural Surgeon, Civic League Hospital, Mobile and Ohio, Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railways, Surgical Department; Attending Ophthal- mic and Aural Surgeon, Crook Sanatorium. Danforth, Mortimer Edwin, M.D., Concord and Lafayette Streets, East, Detroit, Michigan. Grand Rapids Medical College, 1902. Dantorth, Murray Snell, A.B., M.D., 124 Waterman Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Providence City and Butler Hospitals; Orthopedic Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence. Danforth, William Clark, B.Sc., M.D., 1620 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Associate Pro- fessor of Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; Attend- ing Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Evanston Hospital; Consulting Gyne- cologist and Obstetrician, Highland Park Hospital, Highland Park. Dangler, Henry William, M.D., 455 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1907. Attending Surgeon, Kingston Avenue Hospital, Ridgewood Sanatorium; Associate Surgeon, Williamsburg Hospital. Danielson, Karl A., M.D., Litchfield, Minnesota. Rush Medical College, 1900. Surgeon, Litchfield Hospital. Dannreuther, Walter T., M.D., 2020 Broadway, New York, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1906. Associate Professor of Gynecology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Attending Gynecologist, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and 364 American College of Surgeons Hospital; Attending Urologist, Women ' s Department, Lutheran Hospital of Manhattan. Danzis, Max, M.D., 608 High Street, Newark, New Jersey. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1899. Visiting Surgeon, Beth Israel Hospital. D ' Arc, Harry Thornton, M.B., M.D., Stevenson Building, Mt. Vernon, Washington. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1908. Sur- geon, Mt. Vernon General Hospital. Darche, J. A., M.D., CM., 92 King Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1898. Darling, Cyrenus G., M.D., 722 Forest Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1881, Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Sanitarium. Darnall, Carl Rogers, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1890. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Darnall, William Edgar, A.M., M.D., 1704 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1895. Gynecologist, Atlantic City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, North American Sanitarium for Bone Tuberculosis, Ventnor; Surgeon, Max and Sarah Bamberger Home for Crippled Children, Longport. Darrach, William, A.M., M.D., 128 East Sixtieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Dean, and Associate Professor of Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Consulting Surgeon, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey, St. John ' s Hospital, Yonkers, New York, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut. Darrington, John, B.Sc, M.D., Yazoo and Madison Streets, Yazoo City, Mississippi. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon, Yazoo Sanitarium. Daugherty, Louis Eugene, M.D., 914 Lowry Buildmg, St. Paul, Mmnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1904. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Member of Surgical Staff, Charles T. Miller, St. Luke ' s, City and County Hospitals. Davenport, Francis Henry, A.B., M.D., 390 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1874. Consulting Surgeon, Free Hospital for Women, BrookUne. Davenport, George Luther, M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicme (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1907. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Associate Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Cook County Hospital; Chief of Clinic, Michael Reese Dispensary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 365 Davey, Berten M., M.D., 221 North Capitol Avenue, Lansing, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1905. Gynecologist, Edward W. Sparrow Hospital; Surgeon, St. Lawrence Hospital and State Industrial Home for Boys. David, Frank Elmer, D.D.S., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1904. Member of Staflf, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Associate Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Davidson, Alan, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 39 Bank Street, St. Albans, Vermont. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1894. Surgeon, St. Albans Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Central Vermont Railway. Davidson, Arthur J., M.D., 200 South Twelfth Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1907. Assistant Professor of Ortho- pedic Surgery, Jefferson Medical College; Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon, and Chief of Out-Patient Orthopedic Department, Jefferson Medical College Hospital. Davidson, Charles Fitzsimmons, M.D., 126 Goldsborough Street, Easton, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1888. Surgeon, Easton Emergency Hospital. Davidson, Edward Clement, M.D., 114 North Seventh Street, La Fayette, Indiana. University of Michigan Medical School, 1891. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s and La Fayette Home Hospitals. Davidson, William R., B.Sc, M.D., 712 South Fourth Street, Evansville, Indiana. Rush Medical College, 1899. Associate Surgeon, The Walker Hospital. Davidson, Wilson Thompson, B.Sc, M.D., 403 Municipal Building, Dallas, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1896. Director of Public Health, City of Dallas. Davies, Ray H., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Boston University School of Medicine, 1903. Davis, Asa Barnes, M.D., 42 East Thirty-fifth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Chief Surgeon, Lying-in Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Vassar Brothers ' Hospital, Poughkeepsie. Davis, Byron B., A.B., M.D., 1502 South Thirty-second Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska. University of Minnesota Medical School (Minnesota Hospital College), 1884. Professor of Principles of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Nebraska College of Medicine; Chief Surgeon, Immanuel Deaconess Institute; Attending Surgeon, Wise Memorial and Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospitals. Davis, Carl B., A.B., M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1903. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College; Associate Attending Surgeon, Presbjrterian Hospital. Davis, Carl Henry, A.B., B.Sc, M.D., 141 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1909. Lecturer on Obstetrics and 366 American College of Surgeons Gynecology, Extension Division, University of Wisconsin Medical School; Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Columbia and Milwaukee County Hos- pitals. Davis, Delmer L., Ph.G., B.Sc, M.D., 670 Brandeis Theatre Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1902. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Nebraska Medical College; Member of Surgical Staff, Swedish Mission Hospital. Davis, Edward Campbell, A.B., M.D., 25 East Linden Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1892. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Emory University School of Medicine; Visiting Gynecologist, Grady Memorial Hospital, Davis-Fischer Sana- torium. Davis, Edward Francis, M.D., 343 American National Bank Build- ing, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. University of Cincinnati College of Med- icine (Miami Medical College), 1902. Associate Professor, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; Attending Oculist and Aurist, St. Anthony ' s and University Hospitals. Davis, Edward Parker, A.M., M.D., 250 South Twenty-first Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. Rush Medical College, 1882; Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, 1888. Professor of Obstetrics, Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia; Obstetrician, Jefferson Medical College Hospital; Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Philadelphia General Hospital; Consultant, Preston Retreat. Davis, Edwin G., A.B., M.D., 670 Brandeis Theatre Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 191 2. Professor of Urology, University of Nebraska, College of Medicine; Urologist, Bishop Clarkson Memorial, Wise Memorial, Swedish Mission, and University Hospitals. Davis, Evans Greenwood, C.M.G., M.D., M.C.P., S.O., Daly Building, Ottawa, Ontario. Western University, Faculty of Medicine, 1906. Davis, Frank C, B.Sc., M.A., M.D., 618 West Main Street, Lewistown, Mon- tana. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1899. Chief of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Attix Clinic. Davis, George Gilbert, A.B., M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Cook County Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Illinois Steel Company. Davis, Hoagland Cook, M.D., 405 North Charles Street, Ba ltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1902. Instructor in Clinical Laryngology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment; Assistant Dispensary Laryngologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Attending Oculist, Aurist, and Larjmgologist, Sydenham Hospital; Visiting Laryngologist, University Hospital; Member of Staff, Alphabetical List of Fellows 367 Hospital for Women of Maryland, Union Protestant Infirmary, Church Home and Infirmary; Consulting Laryngologist, Children ' s Hospital School. Davis, J. D. S., M.D., LL.D., 2029 Avenue G, Birmingham, Alabama. Uni- versity of Georgia, Medical Department, 1879. Professor of Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine of the University of Alabama; Surgeon, HiUman Hospital. Davis, J. Leslie, B.Sc., M.D., 135 South Eighteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1901. Consulting Otologist and Laryngologist, St. Mary ' s, St. Agnes ' , and Philadelphia Lying-in Charity Hospitals. Davis, John Bramwell, A.B., M.D., 660 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Gross Medical College), 1902. Assistant Professor of Geni to-Urinary Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Denver City and Coimty Hospital, Swedish National Sanatorium for Tuber- culosis; Urologist, Mercy Hospital, National Jewish Hospital for Con- sumptives. Davis, John Staige, Ph.B., M.D., The Severn Apartments, Baltimore, Mary- land. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1899. Associate in Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting and Plastic Surgeon, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Union Memorial and Children ' s Hospitals; Visiting Surgeon, Church Home and Infirmary; Assistant Visiting and Dispensary Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Davis, Lincoln, A.B., M.D., 217 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Associate in Surgery, Harvard Univer- sity Graduate School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, Milford Hospital, Milford, Henry Heywood Memorial Hospital, Gardner. Davis, Nelson P., M.D., 1405 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 1909. Member of Junior Surgical Staff, Mercy Hospital. Davis, S. Griffith, Jr., M.D., 1230 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1893. Professor of Anes- thetics, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- cians and Surgeons; Anesthetist, South Baltimore General Hospital; Anesthetist and Visiting Surgeon, Church Home and Infirmary; Consult- ing Anesthetist, Union Protestant Infirmary, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum; Member of Staff, Hospital for Women of Maryland. Davis, Thomas Archibald, M.D., 2344 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Chicago), 1885. Professor of Surgery, Illinois Post-Graduate Medical School; Attending Surgeon, West Side Hospital. 368 American College of Surgeons Davis, Thouas W., M.D., 210 O ' Hanlon Building, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1898. Oph- thalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, City Memorial Hospital. Davis, Warren B., M.D., 135 South Eighteenth Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1910. Instructor in Surgery and Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College; Clinical Assistant, Surgical Department, Jefferson Medical College Hospital. Davis, William C, M.D., 350 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1896. Oph- thalmologist, Otologist, Rhinologist, and Laryngologist, Children ' s, Mercy, McKinley, and Grant Hospitals. Davis, William Thornwall, M.D., 927 Farragut Square, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1901; United States Army Medical School, 1902. Professor of Ophthal- mology, George Washington University Medical School; Associate, Episcopal Eye, Ear, and Throat and Garfield Memorial Hospitals, Colum- bia Hospital for Women. Davison, Charles, A.M., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1883. Professor of Surgery, Clinical Surgery, and Head of Surgical Department, University of Illinois College of Medi cine; Attending Surgeon, Cook County and University Hospitals. Davison, Peter C, M.D., CM., Willmar, Minnesota. University of Minne- sota Medical School (Minneapolis College of Phjrsicians and Surgeons), 1904. Member of Staff, Willmar Hospital and CUnic. Dawson, Lewis Reeves, M.D., Northern Life Building, Seattle, Washington. University of Michigan Medical School, 1882. Day, Ewing W., A.M., M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1889. Professor of Otology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Member of Staff, Pittsburgh Eye and Ear Hospital, Pittsburgh, Columbia Hospital, Wilkins- burg. Day, Floyd M., M.D., Brown Building, Eugene, Oregon. University of Min- nesota Medical School, 1901. Member of Staff, Mercy Hospital. Day, Hilbert Francis, Ph.B., M.D., 45 Bay State Road, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1905. Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Associate in Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Boston Dispensary. Day, Robert V., M.D., 621 Baker-Detwiler Building, Los Angeles, California. University of California Medical School, 1897. Professor of Clinical Urology, College of Medical Evangelists; Senior Attending Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital; Chief Urological Service, White Memorial Hospital and Boyle Dispensary; Visiting Urologist, California, Golden State, and Clara Barton Hospitals. ¥ Alphabetical List of Fellows 369 Dean, Edwakd F., M.D., 100 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine, 1897. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s, City and County Hospitals. Dean, Elmer A., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Dean, Frank Wilson, B.Sc, M.D., 401 City National Bank Building, Council Bluffs, Iowa. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1890. Ophthal- mologist, Otologist, and Laryngologist, Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital, Christian Home Orphanage. Dean, James P., B.Sc, M.D., 29 East Main Street, Madison, Wisconsin. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1913. Lecturer on Clinical Medicine, University of Wisconsin; Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Dean, John McHale, A.M., M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Mis- souri. Washington University Medical School, 1896. Assistant Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Infirmary, Mt. St. Rose Hospital; Member of Consulting Staff, St. John ' s and St. Anthony ' s Hospitals. Dean, Joseph, Jr., M.D., 29 East Main Street, Madison, Wisconsin. Uni- versity of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons Chicago), 1902. Instructor in Clinical Surgery, University of Wisconsin Medical School; Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Dean, Lee Wallace, M.Sc, M.D., i2 South Clinton Street, Iowa City, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1896. Dean of College of Medicine, and Professor and Head of Department of Ophthal- mology, Oto-Laryngology, and Oral Surgery, State University of Iowa College of Medicine; Chief Oto-Laryngologist and Oral Surgeon, State University and Mercy Hospitals; LarjTigologist, State Sanatorium for Tuberculosis, Oakdale. Dean, Louis W., M.D., 40 Gardner Building, Utica, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1890. Ophthalmolo- gist, Rhinologist, and Oto-Laryngologist, Utica General and Utica Homeo- pathic Hospitals. Dean, William Insco, M.D., 33 Chestnut Street, Rochester, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1902. Assistant Surgeon, Rochester General Hospital; Assistant Surgeon and Gynecologist, Monroe County Tuberculosis Sanitarium; Consulting Surgeon, Rochester State Hospital. Deane, Reginald Burton, M.D., CM., Alexander Comer, Calgary, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1898. Dear, Brock McGeorge, M.D., 21 Bolton Gardens, Bronxville, New York. University of Virginia Department of Medicine, 1908. Adjunct Gyne- cologist and Obstetrician, Lincoln Hospital, New York. 37© American College of Surgeons Dearborn, Sam Starrett, A.B., M.D., 3 Abbot Street, Nashua, New Hamp- shire. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Member of Visiting StafiF, Nashua Memorial and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Deaver, Harry C, M.D., 1701 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1885. Professor of Sur- gery, Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Surgeon-in-Chief, Ken- sington Hospital for Women; Surgeon, Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church and Children ' s Hospital of the Mary J. Drexel Home. Deaver, John B., M.D., D.Sc, LL.D., 1634 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1878. John Rhea Barton Professor of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Surgeon-in-Chief, Lankenau Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Hos- pital of the University of Pennsylvania. Decherd, Henry Benjamin, A.M., M.D., 3708 Rawlins Street, Dallas, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1900. Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology, Rhinology, Oto-Laryngology, Baylor Univer- sity, Medical Department; Attending Surgeon, Baylor and Dallas City Hospitals. Decker, George Edward, B.Sc, M.D., Central Office Building, Davenport, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1897. Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Decker, Harry Ryerson, A.B., M.D., Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1907. Assistant Instructor in Anatomy and Instructor in Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital. Deely, George Edward, A.B., M.D., 132 Montague Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Visiting Ophthalmologist, Williamsburgh and Coney Island Hospitals, Hospital of the Holy Family, Brooklyn Eastern District Dispensary and Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Otologist, and Rhinologist, Hospital of the Holy Family; Associate Ophthalmologist, Otologist, and Rhinologist, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Brooklyn, St. Charles Hospital for Crippled Children, Port Jefferson; Associate Surgeon, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital. Deering, Albert B., M.D., 809 Eighth Street, Boone, Iowa. Northwestern University Medical School, 1898. Member of Attending Staff, Eleanor Moore Hospital. De Garmo, William Burton, M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1875. Professor of Special Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Consulting Surgeon, New York Post- Graduate Medical School and Hospital. De La Fuente, Rtjdecindo, M.D., San Ignado 419, Valparaiso, Chile. Uni- versity of Chile, 1913. Chief Surgeon, Carlos Van Buren Private Hospital; Surgeon, Hospital San Juan de Dios and St. Agustine ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List oj Fellows 371 Delaney, Charles Walter, A.B., M.D., 1555 The Alameda, San Jose, California. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Sur- geon, Columbia Hospital. Delaney, Martin Donahue, A.M., M.D., 131 North Washington Street, Alexandria, Virginia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1898. Surgeon, Alexandria Hospital. De Laney, Matthew A., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. University of Permsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. De La Puente, Luis F., M.D., Maison de Sant6, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1908. Surgeon, Maison de Santfi and Dos de Mayo Hospital. Delatour, H. Beeckman, M.D., 73 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1887. Surgeon, St. John ' s and Norwegian Deaconess Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Kingston Avenue Hospital, Brooklyn, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica, South Side Hospital, Babylon, Rockaway Beach Hospital, Rockaway Beach. Delavan, D. Bryson, A.B., M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1875. Consulting Larjoigologist, Memorial and St. Luke ' s Hospitals, Hos- pital for Ruptured and Crippled; Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, St. Luke ' s Hospital; President, Russell Sage Institute of Pathology. De Lee, Joseph Bolivar, A.M., M.D., 5028 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1891. Professor of Obstetrics, Northwestern University Medical School; Obstetrician, Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Delprat, John C, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Loyola University School of Medicine (Bennett Medical College), 1894; Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Surgeon, Washington Park Hospital. De Mendonca, Jose, M.D., Rua da Assembl6a 36, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Faculty of Medicine, Rio de Janeiro, 1888. Dench, Edward Bradford, Ph.B., M.D., 15 East Fifty-third Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1885. Professor of Otology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Attending Aural Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting and Attending Otologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Con- sxilting Otologist, New York Orthopedic Dispensary and Hospital, New York Neurological Institute. Denegri, Juvenal, M.D., Mongollon 289, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1893. Surgeon-in-Chief, Maison de Sant6 and Hospital Italiano. Denman, Ira Oscar, M.D,, Ohio Building, Toledo, Ohio. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1897. 372 American College of Surgeons Dennis, David Nichols, M.D., 221 West Ninth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1881. Dennis, Frank L., M.D., Ferguson Building, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Emory University School of Medicine (Southern Medical College), 1893. Member of Attending Staff, Glockner Sanatorium and Hospital, and Beth-El Hospital. Dennis, John B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Dennis, Warrem A., B.L., M.D., Hamm Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1896. Surgeon, Charles T. Miller Hospital and Minnesota State Hospital for Indigent, Crippled and Deformed Children. De Normandie, Robert L., A.B., M.D., 355 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Instructor in Obstetrics, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, Boston Lying-in Hospital; Consultant in Obstetrics, Waltham Hospital, New England Hospital for Women and Children, Boston, Newton Hospital, Newton. Denslow, Frank M., M.D., 715 Bryant Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Kansas School of Medicine, 1906. Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Kansas City General and St. Margaret ' s Hospitals. Dent, George B., M.D., 620 West Fourth Street, North Platte, Nebraska. Baltimore University School of Medicine, 1898. Denton, John F., B.A., M.D., Doctors ' Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Univer- sity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1903. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Emory University School of Medicine; Assistant Gynecologist, Grady Hospital; Surgeon, MacVicar Hospital. De Puy, Clarence A., M.D., 532 Fifteenth Street, Oakland, California. College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, 1905. Assistant Chief Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Alameda County Hospital, San Leandro, Chief of Woman ' s Clinic, Public Health Center, Oakland; Staff Surgeon, Alameda County Receiving Hospital; Member of Staff, Providence Hospital. De Qxjervain, Jean Frederic, M.D., Seftigenstrasse 2, Berne, Switzerland. University of Berne, 1891. Chief of Surgical Clinic, University of Berne. Derby, George S., A.B., M.D., 23 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Ophthalmologist, Infants ' Hospital; Assistant Ophthahnologist, Massachusetts General Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Carney Hospital. Derby, Richard, A.B., M.D., Oyster Bay, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1907. Consulting Surgeon, Hunting- ton and Nassau Hospitals; Junior Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 373 Dercle, Chari.es U., M.D., A.M., Army Medical School, Val-de-Grice, Paris, France. University of Lyons, 1892. Colonel, French Army Medical Coqjs. Dessez, Paul T., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1897. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Detling, Frank E., M.D., 756 South Broadway, Los Angeles, California. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Attending Aural Surgeon, Los Angeles County and Children ' s Hospitals. De Valin, Charles Moore, M.D., United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1891. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. De Vecchi, Paolo, M.D., 43 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. University of Torino, 1872. Dewar, Bennett W., M.D., 59 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, New York. Albany Medical College, 1892. Surgeon, Thanksgiving, Coimty, and Orphanage Hospitals. DeWitt, John Pierce, M.D., 122 Shorb Avenue, Northwest, Canton, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, Aultman Memorial Hospital. DeWitt, Wallace, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Dice, William Gordon, A.B., M.D., 240 Michigan Street, Toledo, Ohio. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Attend- ing Obstetrician, Flower and Mercy Hospitals. DiCKEN, William Edward, M.D., 518 First National Bank Building, Okla- homa, Oklahoma. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Surgeon-in-Chief, Oklahoma State Baptist Hospital; Surgeon, Oklahoma State Baptist Orphans ' Home; Local Surgeon, Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway. Dickenson, John, M.D., 1021 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1901. Assistant to Chair of Principles of Surgery and Instructor in Surgery, Western Reserve Uni- versity School of Medicine; Assistant Visiting Surgeon and Surgeon in Charge, Out-Patient Department, St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital. Dickinson, Breese Morse, A.B., M.D., 637 Union Arcade Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Laryngologist, Rhinologist, and Otologist, Mercy Hospital. Dickinson, Elijah Thomas, B.Sc, M.D., 219 East Nash Street, Wilson, North Carolina. Medical College of Virginia, 1895. Surgeon in Charge, Wilson Sanatorium. Dickinson, Gordon Kimball, M.D., 280 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, New Jersey. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1877. Surgeon, Christ and City Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Bayonne Hos- 374 American College of Surgeons pital and Dispensary, Bayonne, North Hudson Hospital, Weehawken, Stumpf Memorial Hospital, Kearny. Dickinson, Melville Day, M.D., 1937 Fifth Avenue, Troy, New York. Albany Medical College, 1890. Gynecologist and Surgeon, Troy Hospital. Dickinson, Robert L., M.D., 13 East Sixty-fifth Street, New York, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1882. Clinical Professor of Gyne- cology, Long Island College Hospital; Senior Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn; Consulting Obstetrician, Methodist Epis- copal Hospital, Brooklyn. Dicks, J. Oscar, M.D., 28 South High Street, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1899. Member of Surgical Staff and Chief of X-Ray Department, Chester County Homeo- pathic Hospital. Dicks, John Fleming, M.D., 3529 Prytania Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 191 2, Instructor, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Tulane University; Visiting Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Charity Hospital. Dicks, John W. D., M.D., 207 Linton Avenue, Natchez, Mississippi. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1899. Surgeon in Charge, Natchez Charity Hospital. Dickson, Frank Drake, M.D., 403 Waldheim Building, Kansas City, Mis- souri. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Orthopedic Surgeon, Christian Church Hospital. Dickson, John Forest, M.B., M.D., L.R.C.P. (Edin.), Selling Building, Portland, Oregon. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1880. Professor of Ophthalmology, Otology, and Rhinology, University of Oregon Medical School; Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s, Portland Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospitals; Oculist and Aurist, Spokane, Portland and Seattle, Oregon Trunk, Astoria and Columbia River, and Oregon Electric Railways. Dieffenbach, Richard Hagen, M.D., 570 Mt. Prospect Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Associate Attending Surgeon, Newark City and Newark Memorial Hospitals; Chief of Gjmecologic Clinic, Newark Memorial Hospital. Dillon, Edward Thomas, M.Sc, M.D., St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Los Angeles, California. University of California Medical School, Los Angeles, 1901. Surgeon in Charge, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. DawoRTH, William Dennison, M.D., 1220 South Pasadena Avenue, Pasa- dena, California. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1894. Surgeon, Department of Ophthalmology, Rhinology, and Oto-Laryngology, Pasadena Hospital. DuoTRY, Theodore John, M.D., 3601 Prytania Street, New Orieans, Louisi- ana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1901. Professor of Ophthalmology, Loyola Post-Graduate School of Medicine; Chief of Ophthalmic Division, Charity Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Diagnostic Clinic; Visiting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Hotel Dieu. Alphabetical List of Fellows 375 DiNGMAN, John Henry, M.D., 258 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, New York. Albany Medical College, 1901. Attending Surgeon, St. Francis ' Hospital, Old Ladies ' Home. DiNGMAN, Thomas A., M.D., 330 Broadway, Paterson, New Jersey. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Attending Surgeon, St, Joseph ' s Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, Miriam Bamert Memorial Hospital. Dix, George E., M.D., Marshfield, Oregon. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1904. Chief Surgeon, C. A, Smith Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Smith Powers Logging Camp, Moore MiU and Limiber, Oregon Export Lumber, and North Bend Mill and Lumber Companies. DrxoN, Archibald, M.D., 330 North Green Street, Henderson, Kentucky. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical Col- lege), 1877. Surgeon, Henderson City Hospital. Dixon, John W., A.B., M.D., 820 Wood Street, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Surgeon, Columbia Hospital. Dixon, W. Eugene, M.D., 706 State National Bank Building, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1894. Asso- ciate Professor of Oto-Laryngology and Rhinology, University of Okla- homa School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist, Oto-Laryngologist, and Rhinologist, Wesley, Oklahoma State Baptist Hospitals, and Holmes Home of Redeeming Love; Oto-Lar Tigologist, and Rhinologist, State University and University Emergency Hospitals; Chief of Staff, Depart- ment of Ophthalmology, Rhinology, and Oto-Laryngology, Oklahoma Orphans ' Home Society. Dixon, Wiluam Clarence, M.D., 216 Doctors Building, Nashville, Ten- nessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1903. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Surgeon, St. Thomas and Nashville City Hospitals. DoANE, L. Leo, A.B., M.D., Ph.D., 558 Third Street, Butler, Pennsylvania. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1886. Ophthalmologist, Rhinologist, and Oto- Laryngologist, Butler County General Hospital. DoANE, Philip Schuyler, M.D., 424 Consolidated Realty Building, Los Angeles, California. Rush Medical College, 1895. Dobbin, George W., A.B., M.D., 58 West Biddle Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1894. Professor of Obstet- rics and Gynecology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Obstetrician-m-Chief, Maryland Lying-in Asylum; Visiting Obstetrician, Mercy Hospital, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Church Home and Infirmary, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum. DoBSON , Lindley, M.D., 163 Main Street, Presque Isle, Maine. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, (New York University Medical School), 1891. Attending Surgeon, Presque Isle General Hospital. 376 American College of Surgeons DoBSON, Walter B., M.D., Century Building, Jackson, Mississippi. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1904. Member of Visiting Staff, Charity and Mississippi State Baptist Hospitals. DoDD, John Morris, M.D., 619 West Third Street, Ashland, Wisconsin. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling Medical College), 1889. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Ashland General Hospitals; Chicago and Northwestern, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie, and Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railways. DoDD, Oscar, M.D., 1604 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1890. Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Evanston Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Augustana Hospital, Chicago. DoDD, Verne Adams, M.D., 394 East Town Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Ohio Medical University), 1903. Professor of Surgery, Ohio State University, College of Medicine; Chief of Staff, Protestant Hospital. DoDD, William Schauffler, A.B., M.D., 81 South Mountain Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1886. Director, American Hospital, Konia, Turkey; Medical Director, Red Cross Commission to Palestine. DoDDS, Edgar F., B.Sc, M.D., Perkins Building, Tacoma, Washington. Northwestern University Medical School, 1897. Dodge, George E., B.Sc, M.D., 108 North Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1896. Dodge, William T., M.D., 115 South State Street, Big Rapids, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1880. Attending Surgeon, Mercy Hospital; Local Surgeon, Grand Rapids and Indiana, and Pere Marquette Railroads. Doege, Karl, M.D., West Third Street and Central Avenue, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1890. Sur- geon-in-Chief, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; President, Marshfield Clinic. Doering, Edmund Janes, M.Sc, M.D., 81 East Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1874. Member of Consulting Staff, Chicago Lying-in and Michael Reese Hospitals. DOLAND, Charles McClure, M.D., 303 Spokane and Eastern Trust Building, Spokane, Washington. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1903. DOLBEY, Robert Valentine, M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), Kasr el Aini Hospital, Cairo, Egypt. University of London, 1903. Professor of Surgery, Cairo University. Donaldson, Harry James, M.D., 106 East Fourth Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Abdominal Surgeon, Williamsport Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, State Hospital for Insane, Danville. Alphabetical List of Fellows yy Donaldson, Holland Hunter, A.M., M.D., Union Arcade Building, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1906. Instructor in Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Junior Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. DoNHAUSER, Joseph Lewi, A.B., M.D., 252 State Street, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1907. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Albany Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Child ' s Hospital; Assistant Attend- ing Surgeon, Albany Hospital. DoNOHOE, LtJCros Francis, M.D., 33 Dodge Street, Bayonne, New Jersey. New York University Medical School, 1889. Surgeon and Member of Staff, Bayonne Hospital and Dispensary. Donovan, John Alexander, M.D., 507 Phoenix Building, Butte, Montana. University of Michigan Medical School, 1894. Oculist and Aurist, State Schools for Deaf, Blind, and Backward Children, Northern Pacific, and Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railroads. Donovan, John Joseph, A.B., B.Sc, M.D., 606 Armstrong Avenue, Litch- field, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1901. Chief of Staff, Litchfield Hospital; Surgeon, Paynesville Hospital, Paynesville, Benson Hospital, Benson. DoOLiTTLE, Harold Medoris, M.D., 4105 Live Oak Street, Dallas, Texas. University of Michigan Medical School, 1902. Professor of Clinical Sur- gery, Baylor University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Parkland City Hospital; Member of Executive Staff, Baylor Hospital. DoREMUS, WiDMER E., M.D., 32 Fulton Street, Newark, New Jersey. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1901. Attend- ing Surgeon, Homeopathic Hospital of Essex County, Newark, Stumpf Memorial Hospital, Kearny, DoRLAND, William Alexander Newman, A.M., M.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1886. Professor of Obstetrics, Loyola University School of Medicine; Professor of Gynecology, Post-Graduate Medical School; Member of Obstetrical Staff, Cook County Hospital; Gynecologist, Post-Graduate Hospital. Dorman, Franklin Abbott, A.M., M.D., 133 East Fifty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1898. Obstetrical Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Obstetrician, City Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, White Plains Hospital, White Plains, Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, New Jersey, Eastern Long Island Hospital, Greenport. Dorr, R. C, M.D., Batesville, Arkansas. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1883. Chief Surgeon, Dorr, Gray, and Johnston Sanitarium. DoRRANCE, George Morris, M.D., 2025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Professor of Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Thomas Evans Institute, University of Penn- 378 American College of Surgeons sylvania School of Medicine; Consulting Surgeon in Maxillo-Facial Surgery, University Hospital; Surgeon, St. Agnes ' Hospital; Oral Surgeon, Phila- delphia General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown. DoRSETT, Edwam) Lee, M.D., 505 University Club Building, St. Louis, Mis- souri. St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1906. Obstetrician, Out- Patient ' s Department, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis City Hospital; Gynecologist, Evangelical Deaconess Hospital and Missouri Baptist Sanitarium; Assistant in Clinical Obstetrics, Washington University School of Medicine. DoRSEY, Benjamin H., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1901. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. DoRSEY, Jacob Gray, M.D., 201 North Main Street, Wichita, Kansas. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Keokuk), 1883. Ophthalmologist, St. Francis Hospital. Dougherty, Daniel S., B.Sc, M.D., in West Eighty-fifth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1884. Pro- fessor of Clinical Laryngology and Rhinology, New York Polyclinic Med- ical School; Attending Otologist and Laryngologist, City Hospital; Attending Laryngologist, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hos- pital; Consulting Otologist, People ' s and Jewish Memorial Hospitals. Doughtie, Charles Wilson, M.D., 512 Taylor Building, Norfolk, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1898. Gynecologist, Norfolk Protestant Hospital. Doughty, William Henry, Jr., A.B., M.D., 822 Greene Street, Augusta, Georgia. University of Georgia, Medical Department, 1878. Dean, and Professor of Surgery, University of Georgia, Medical Department; Con- sulting Surgeon, University Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Charleston and Western Carolina, Georgia and Florida, and Augusta Southern Railroads, Augusta- Aiken Railway and Electric Corporation; Resident Surgeon, Georgia Railroad. Doughty, William McDowell, M.D., 628 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1906. Assistant Director of Roentgenology, Cincinnati General Hospital; Radiographer, Children ' s Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Christ Hospital. Douglas, Fred J., M.D., 285 Genesee Street, Utica, New York. Dartmouth Medical School, 1894. Attending Surgeon, Faxton Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Utica State Hospital. Douglas, John, B.Sc., M.D., 568 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Visiting Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital; Associate Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hos- pital; Surgical Director, Knickerbocker Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 379 Douglass, Fred Melvin, M.D,, 421 Michigan Street, Toledo, Ohio. Medical Department, Toledo University, 191 1. Surgeon, Lucas County and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals. DowD, Charles N., A.M., M.D., 138 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1886. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Roosevelt Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, St. Mary ' s Free Hospital for Children, New York, Lulu Thorley Lyon Home for Crippled and Delicate Children, Claverack, Richmond Memorial Hospital, Prince Bay. DowDALL, G n Grigsby, A.B., M.D., 135 East Eleventh Place, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1900. Chief of Staff, Illinois Central Hospital. DowLiNG, J. IvncEY, M.D., 116 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical CoUege and Flower Hospital, 1895. Chief of Staff and Attending Oculist and Aurist, Homeopathic Hospital. DowLiNG, J. Thomas, M.D., i ioi Terry Avenue, Seattle, Washington. North- western University Medical School, 1902. Attending Oculist and Aurist, Virginia Mason Hospital; Consulting Oculist and Aurist, King County Hospital; Member of Staff, Virginia Mason and Providence Hospitals. Dowman, Charles Edward, A.B., M.D, 78 Forrest Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. .Associate in Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Wesley Memorial Hospital; Chief of Neuro-Surgical Department, Georgia Baptist Hospital; Neuro-Surgeon, Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children. DowNES, William Augustus, M.D,, 424 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, Memorial, and Babies ' Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Manhattan State Hospital, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled, New York Infirmary for Women and Children, New York, United Hospital, Port Chester. Downey, James Henry, M.D, 13 Sycamore Street, Gainesville, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1887. Chief Surgeon, Downey Hospital. Downey, James Maurice, Phar.G., M.D., 381 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1891. Attending Surgeon, Hospital of the Holy Family; Consulting Surgeon, Mercy Hospital, Hempstead. Downey, Jesse Wright, Jr., M.D., 529 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1905. CUnical Professor of Otology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospital. Downing, Arthur T., A.B., M.D., 13 Main Street, Littleton, New Hampshire. Dartmouth Medical School, 1903. Member of Staff, Littleton Hospital. 380 American College of Surgeons Doyle, Francis Benedict, M.D., 145 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1903. Obstetrician, Samaritan Hospital; Associate in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Greenpoint and Holy Family Hospitals. Doyle, John Monohan, M.D., Corby-Forsee Building, St. Joseph, Missouri. Ensworth Medical College, 1897; Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1898. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Noyes Hospitals. Doyle, William Joseph, M.D., City Dairies Building, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis University School of Medicine (Beaumont Hospital Medical College), 1901; Washington University Medical School, 1903. Visiting Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital; Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Infirmary. Draeseke, Gordon C, M.B., 543 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Colum- bia. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1902. Draper, Alfred Lawrence, M.D., Shreve Building, San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Cooper Medical College, 1900. Instnictor in Surgery, University of California Medical School; Surgeon, Franklin Hospital; Assistant Visit- ing Surgeon, San Francisco Hospital. Draper, James A., A.B., M.D., 1015 Washington Street, Wilmington, Dela- ware. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Surgeon, Delaware Hospital. Draper, John William, B.Sc, M.D., 9 East Fortieth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1898. Attending Surgeon, St. Barthol- omew ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon in Gastroenterology, State Hospital, Trenton, New Jersey. Dkennen, W. Earle, A.B., M.D., 519 American Trust Building, Birmingham, Alabama. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1906. Attending Surgeon, Children ' s and Hillman Hospitals, South Highlands Infirmary. Dretzka, Leo, M.D., 1002 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Marquette University School of Medicine, 191 2. Consulting Surgeon, Receiving Hospital. Drinkard, Robert U., B.Sc, M.D., Wheeling Steel Corporation Building, Wheeling, West Virginia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment, 1908. Member of Surgical Staff, Ohio Valley General Hospital; Staff Surgeon, ■ ATieeling Hospital. Driver, Wilson Elliott, M.D., 225 Granby Street, Norfolk, Virginia. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine, 1893. Drury, Dana Warren, M.D., 483 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Assistant Professor of Otology, Tufts Medical School; Assistant Otologist, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Oral Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Aurist, Boston Floating Hospital; Consulting Aurist, Burbank Hospital, Fitch- burg, and Norwood Hospital, Norwood. Alphabetical List of Fellows 381 Drury, Robert Blee, M.D., 283 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling Medical College), 1908. Surgeon, Grant Hospital, Franklin County Sanatorium; Consulting Surgeon, St. Ann ' s Infant Asylum. Du BosE, Francis Goodwin, M.D., 400 Lauderdale Street, Selma, Alabama. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1893. Surgeon in Charge, Vaughan Memorial Hospital. DuCKERiNG, Florence W., M.D., 520 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Tufts College Medical School, 1901. Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts Women ' s Hospital, New England Hospital for Women and Children. Duckworth, Guilford M. rvin, M.D., Buchel Building, Cuero, Texas. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1901. Consulting Ophthal- mologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Reuss Memorial Hospital. Dudgeon, Howard R., M.D., 2200 Gorman Street, Waco, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1899. Dudley, Augustus William, A.M., M.D., 1740 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1895. Surgeon, Cambridge Hospital. Dudley, Emi ltus Clark, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 242 East Walton Place, Chicago, Illinois. Long Island College Hospital, 1875. Emeritus Professor of Gjnie- cology, Northwestern University Medical School; Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Dudley, Frank Wilburn, M.D., St. Paul ' s Hospital, Manila, Philippine Islands. University of California Medical School, 1895. Chief Surgeon, St. Paul ' s Hospital. Dudley, Homer D., M.D., 403 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. North- western University Medical School, 1902. Attending Surgeon and Presi- dent of Staff, King County Hospital; Member of Staff, Providence Hospital. Dudley, William Henry, M.D., 512 Brockman Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1882; University of Cali- fornia Medical School, Los Angeles, 1906. Duel, Arthur Baldwin, M.D., 27 East Fifty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Surgeon and Director, Ear Department, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Consulting Aural Surgeon, Babies ' , New York Skin and Cancer, and New York Health Board Hospitals. DuTFiELD, Warren L., M.D., 119 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1898. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s Hos- pital, Methodist Episcopal Church Home; Consulting Surgeon, Brookljm Eye and Ear Hospital, Brooklyn, South Side Hospital, Babylon. Duffy, Richard N., A.B., M.D., 130 Craven Street, Newbem, North Carolina. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Surgeon, New- bem General Hospital. 382 American College of Surgeons Duffy, William Core, A.B., M.D., New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1914. Instructor in Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine; Surgeon, New Haven Hospital. Dukes, Charles Alfred, M.D., Central Bank Building, Oakland, California. Coof)er Medical College, 1895. Chief Surgeon, Gynecological Staff, Samuel Merritt Hospital. Dunbar, Arthur White, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of California Medical School, 1891. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Duncan, Ellis, M.D., 705 Starks Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville Medical Department, 1896. Visiting Surgeon, SS. Mary and Elizabeth and Louisville City Hospitals. Duncan, Fred W., M.D., 818 Maple Street, Coffejrville, Kansas. Washington University Medical School, 1906. Surgeon, Southeastern Kansas Hospital. Duncan, Harry A., A.B., M.D., 26x5 West Somerset Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia, 1904. Asso- ciate in Gynecology, Temple University Department of Medicine; Assistant Gynecologist, Samaritan Hospital; Assistant Obstetrician, Philadelphia General Hospital. DuKCAN, James William, M.D., CM,, 141 Crescent Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1901. Lecturer on Obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Assistant Obstetrician, Mon- treal Maternity Hospital. DinJLAP, Elbert, Phar.G., M.D., 304 Southwestern Life Building, Dallas, Texas. St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1896. Professor of Gynecology, Baylor University School of Medicine; Gynecologist-in-Chief, Baylor Hospital; Member of Gynecological Staff, Parkland City Hospital; Division Surgeon, Southern Pacific Railway. DuNLOP, John, B.Sc, M.D., 803 Pacific Mutual Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1902. DuKN, Harrison A., M.D., 230 West Eighth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. Jef- ferson Medical College, 1905. Surgeon, Hamot Hospital. Duntley, George S., Ph.G., M.D., 408 East Main Street, Bushnell, Illinois. Northwestern University School, 1906. Member of Staff, Marietta Phelps Hospital, Macomb. Durant, Charles Edwin, M.D,, 105 Emerson Street, Haverhill, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1885. Surgeon, Hale Hospital. Durham, Roger, A.B., M.D., 322 Park Place, Brooklyn, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Assistant Sur- geon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Greenpoint Hos- pital; Surgeon, King ' s Park State Hospdtal, King ' s Park, Brooklyn In- dustrial School and Home for Destitute Children, Brooklyn. Alphabetical List oj Fellows 383 DuMNGER, William A., M.D., 205 Fort Worth Club Building, Fort Worth, Texas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1885. Mem- ber of Staff, All Saints Hospital; Surgeon, Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railroad; Local Surgeon, Sunset Lines. DuRiNGER, William Commodore, M.D., 205 Fort Worth Club Building, Fort Worth, Texas. Medical Department Texas Christian University, 1907. DuRNiK, George Alexander, M.D., CM., Bottineau, North Dakota. Uni- versity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1904. Surgeon, St. Andrew Hospital. DuRRiN, William C, M.D., 1215 Dean Street, Brooklyn, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1899. Gyne- cologist, Cumberland Street Hospital. DuTROW, Howard Victor, M.D., 1040 Fidelity Medical Building, Dayton, Ohio. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1904. Member of Senior Staff, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Department, Miami Valley Hospital. Duval, Douglas F., B.Sc, M.A., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1894. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. DtrvAL, Pierre, 119 Rue de Lille, Paris, France. Faculty of Medicine, Paris, 1902. Honorary Professor, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Hospitals of Paris; Consulting Surgeon, Seventh Army; Major, French Army Medical Corps. D WIGHT, CoRYDON GREENWOOD, M.D., 113 West Washington Avenue,Madison, Wisconsin. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1897. Surgeon-in-Chief, Department of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology, Madison General Hospital. DwiGHT, KiRBY, A.B., M.D., 1045 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Instructor in Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Second Assistant Attending Surgeon, Roosevelt Hospital, Out-Patient Department. Dyas, Frederick G., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1904. Associate Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Cook County Hospital; Assistant Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Dye, John Sinclair, A.B., M.D., Lilley Building, Waterbury, Connecticut. Vanderb ilt University, Medical Department, 1900; Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1915. Attending Surgeon, Waterbury and St. Mary ' s Hospitals. Dye, Willoughby G., M.D., 502 Merritt Building, Los Angeles, California. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Dyer, Frank M., M.D., 51 Main Street, Binghamton, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1902. Surgeon, Binghamton City Hospital. 384 American College of Surgeons Eagleson, James Beaty, M.D., 902 Boren Avenue, Seattle, Washington. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1885. Chairman of StaflF and Consulting Surgeon, Seattle Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital. Eagleton, Wells Phillips, M.D., 15 Lombardy Street, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1888. Chief of Division of Surgery of the Head, Newark City Hospital; Attending Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Essex County Isolation Hospital; Adjunct Surgeon, St. James Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Newark Memorial, Woman ' s, aud Children ' s Hospitals, Essex County Hospital for the Insane; Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Home for Crippled Children, Newark, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown; Medical Director, Newark Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Cranial Surgeon, St. Barnabas ' Hospital, Newark, Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, and Muhlenburg Hospital; Cranial Surgeon, Presbjrterian Hospital. Earhart, Troy W., M.D., Ancon Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone. Indiana University School of Medicine (Central College of Physicians and Sur- geons), 1905. Chief of Surgical Clinic, Ancon Hospital. Earl, George Arthur, A.B., M.D., 1210 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minne- sota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1909. Surgeon, Mounds Park Sanitarium, Midway and Merriam Park Hospitals. Earl, George Henry, M.D., 1138 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Professor of Obstetrics, Boston University School of Medicine; Consulting Obstetrician, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital; Obstetrician in Charge, Talitha Cumi Maternity Hospital. Earl, Robert, M.D., Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1896. Surgeon, Mounds Park Sanitarium, Midway Hospital, State Hospital for Indigent Crippled and Deformed Children; Consulting Surgeon, Bethesda Hospital. Earle, Curran Bertram, A.B., M.D., Wallace Building, Greenville, South Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1896. Earle, Samuel T., Jr., M.D., 1431 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1870. Proctologist, Hospital for Women of Maryland, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, East, Clarence Wilson, M.D., St. John ' s Hospital, Springfield, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1904. Consulting Surgeon, Mooseheart School, Mooseheart; Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital; Medical Director, St. John ' s Sanatorium; Chief of Division of Child Hygiene, State Department of Public Health. Eastman, Joseph Rilus, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 331 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. University of Berlin, 1897. Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Indianapolis City Hos- pital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 385 Eastman, William R., Ph.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Washington), 1901. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Eaton, William E., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1905. Lieutenant Com- mander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Eberts, Edmond Melchior, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 219 Peel Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill Univer- sity, 1897. Assistant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Ebright, Edwin Delta, M.D., 919 Beacon Building, Wichita, Kansas. Uni- versity of Kansas School of Medicine, 1896. Orthopedic Surgeon, Wichita and Wesley Hospitals. Edgar, Jai es Clifton, Ph.B., A.M., M.D., 28 West Fifty-sixth Street, New York, New York. University and BeUevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1885. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Midwifery, Cornell University Medical College; Attending Obstetrician, BeUevue Hospital; Obstetrical Surgeon, Manhatt an Mater- nity Hospital and Dispensary; Consulting Obstetrician, New York Mater- nity and Jewish Maternity Hospitals, New York, Greenwich General Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut. Edger, Benjamin Jones, Jr., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Permsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Edmunds, Page, M.D., 605 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1898. Clinical Professor of Genito- urinary Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Visiting Surgeon, University Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Washington, Baltimore, and Annap olis Electric Railway and Maryland Electric Railway Companies; Consulting and General Surgeon, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. Edwards, George M., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1903. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Edwards, John L., M.D., 12 South Fifth Street, Hudson, New York. Albany Medical College, 191 2. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Hudson City Hospital. Edwards, William A., M.D., Security Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1881. Eggers, Carl, M.D., 850 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1907. Associate Surgeon, Lenox Hill Hospital; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, New York Skin and Cancer Hospital. 386 American College of Surgeons Eggert, Charles A., M.D., Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1907. Visiting Surgeon, Prince Rupert General Hospital. Egloff, William J., M.D., 2i East State Street, Mason City, Iowa. North- western University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1887. Surgeon, Story Hospital, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, and Chicago and Northwestern Railways. Ehkenfest, Hugo, M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Uni- versity of Vienna, 1894. Gynecologist, Jewish Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, St. Louis Maternity Hospital; Medical Director, St. Louis Obstetric Dispensary. EIhrenfried, Albert, A.B., M.D., 21 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1905. Surgeon, Beth Israel and Boston Consumptives ' Hospitals. Ehrich, William Seigman, M.D., Citizens Bank Building, Evansville, Indiana. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1903. Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Protestant Deaconess Hospital; Urologist, Boehne Anti-Tuber- culosis Hospital, EiKENBARY, Charles F., M.D., 702 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1903. Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, Sacred Heart, and Deaconess Hospitals. EiKER, Bert L., M.D., Leon, Iowa. Rush Medical College, 1896. EiSENDRATH, Daniel Nathan, A.B., M.D., 4840 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1891. Clinical Pro- fessor of Surgery, Rush Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese and Cook County Hospitals. EiSENSTAEDT, JOSEPH S., B.Sc, M.D., 2$ East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1908. Instructor, Northwestern University Medical School; Associate Urologist, Michael Reese Hospital; Member of Attending Staff, Wesley Memorial and Cook County Hospitals. Eklund, John J., M.D., 7 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota. Uni versity of Minnesota Medical School (Minnesota College Hospital), 1885 Member of Surgical Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. EKWtmzEL, George Macy, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Elbrecht, O. H., Phar.B., M.D., 423 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1901. Visiting Sur- geon, St. Louis City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Louis Maternity, Bethesda, Josephine, and Missouri Pacific Hospitals. Elder, John Munro, B.A., M.D., CM., C.M.G., 731 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1885 Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 387 Eliason, Eldridge Lyon, A.B., M.D., 330 South Sixteenth Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Associate in Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- cine; Assistant Surgeon, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia General Hospital; Surgeon, Howard Hospital, American Hospital for Diseases of the Stomach. Elkin, William Simpson, A.B., M.D., 1029 Candler Building, Atlanta, Georgia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1882. Dean and Professor of Gynecology, Emory University School of Medicine; Visiting Gynecologist, Wesley Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Grady Memorial Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic Railway; Division Surgeon, Western and Atlantic Railroad, Ellegood, Joshua A., Equitable Building, Wilmington, Delaware. Jeflferson Medical College, 1881. Ophthalmologist, Otologist, and Rhinologist, Delaware, Babies ' , Physicians and Surgeons Hospitals. Ellett, Edward Coleman, A.B., M.D., Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1891. Pro- fessor of Ophthalmology, University of Tennessee College of Medicine; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Memphis General, Baptist Memorial, and Lucy Brinkley Hospitals. Elliott, George Robert, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1881. Assistant Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Orthopedic Surgeon, Montefiore, St. Francis and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Elliott, John Dean, M.D., 1421 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1901. Associate Professor of Surgery, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Surgeon, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington; Assistant Surgeon, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital. Elliott, Middleton Stuart, Jr., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1894. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Ellis, Edward F., M.D., 104 North College Avenue, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1885. Member of Staflf, Fayetteville City Hospital. Ellis, George Manning, M.D., 515 Volunteer Building, Chattanooga, Ten- nessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1887. Surgeon, West-Ellis Private Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Baroness Erlanger Hospital. Ellis, H. Bert., A.B., M.D., 1219 Marsh-Strong Building, Los Angeles. California. University of California Medical School, Los Angeles, 1888, Associate in Ophthalmology, Graduate School of Medicine of the University of California; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Los Angeles County and Chil- dren ' s Hospitals. 388 American College of Surgeons Elus, James Nimmo, M.D., 1205 Fourth National Bank Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Medical College of Virginia, 1889. Consulting Surgeon, Grady Memorial Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph Infirmary, Elus, Robert Hale, M.D., ion Corbett Building, Portland, Oregon. Har- vard Medical School, 1902. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Emanuel Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, Multnomah County Hospital. Elmer, Albert William, A.B., M.D., 810 East Locust Street, Davenport, Iowa. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1886. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Luke ' s and Mercy Hospitals. Elmer, Walter G., B.Sc, M.D., 1801 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine; Associate Orthopedic Surgeon, Polyclinic Hospital; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, Jewibh Hospital. Elmore, Bruce, A.B., M.D., Roosevelt Clinic, Seattle, Washington. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Elsberg, Charles A., A.B., M.D., 64 East Fifty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1893. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Surgeon, New York Neurological Institute; Attending Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Montefiore Home, Manhattan State Hospital. Else, J, Earl, Phar.G., M.Sc, M.D., 709 Stevens Building, Portland, Oregon. Northwestern University Medical School, 1905. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Oregon Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Emanuel Hospital. Elting, Arthur Wells, A.B., M.D., 119 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1898. Professor of Surgery, Albany Medical College; Surgeon, Albany and Child ' s Hos- pitals. Emerson, Clarence, B.Sc, M.D., Ph.D., Security Mutual Life Building, Lincoln, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 191 1. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Emerson, Francis Patten, M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1886. Associate in Otology, Harvard Medical School; Consulting Aural Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital; Aural Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Emerson, KIendall, A.B., M.D., 56 William Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Orthopedic and Assistant Surgeon, Memorial Hospital. Emerson, Linn, M.D., Metropolitan Building, Orange, New Jersey. Jefferson Medical College, 1897. Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Orange Memorial Hospital, New Jersey Orthopedic Hospital and Dispensary, House of the Alphabetical List of Fellows 389 Good Shepherd, Orange, Orange Orphan Home, East Orange; Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Dover General Hospital, Dover. Emerson, Mark Lewis, M.D., 1307 Broadway Street, Oakland, California. University of California Medical School, 1899. Chief of Surgical Staff, Merritt Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Alameda. Emerson, Nathaniel W., A.M., M.D., 118 Forest Hills Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University Sichool of Medicine, 1881. Emeritus Professor of Gynecology, Boston University School of Medicine; Surgeon- in-Chief, Emerson Hospital, Jamaica Plain; Consulting Surgeon, Wesson Memorial Hospital, Springfield, Henry Heywood Memorial Hospital, Gardner, Meb-ose Hospital, Melrose, Massachusetts, Bath City Hospital, Bath, Trull Hospital, Biddeford, Maine. Emery, Walter Branham, M.D., 429 Candler Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1899. Associate in Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine. Engelbach, Federico, B.M., M.D., Calle Victoria 796, Valparaiso, Chile. University of Chile, 1908. England, Frank Richardson, M.D., CM., 126 Bishop Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University (University of Bishop College, Faculty of Medicine), 1885. Surgeon, Western Hospital. Epler, Crum, M.D., 650 Thatcher Building, Pueblo, Colorado. University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1894. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and Woodcroft Hospitals. Erck, Theodore A., M.D., 251 South Thirteenth Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Sur- geon, Gynecean Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Frederick Douglas Memorial HospitaL Erdman, Bernhard, M.D., 224 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Lidiana), 1897. Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery, Indiana University School of Medi- cine; Visiting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Indianapolis City Hospital. Erdman, Seward, A.B., M.D., 134 East Sixty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Colimibia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902. Instructor in Surgery, Columbia University, CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons; Associate Attending Surgeon, New York HospitaL Erdmann, John F., M.D., 60 West Fifty-second Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1887. Professor of Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Gouverneur Hospital, New York, Nassau Hospital, Mineola, Mt. Vernon Hospital, Mt. Vernon, Manhat- tan State Hospital, New York, Greenwich General Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut. 39© American College of Surgeons Ericson, John G., M.D., 603 Syndicate Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1892. Member of Staff, Swedish Hospital. Erving, William Gage, A.B., M.D., 1621 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1902. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Howard University School of Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Attending Ortho- pedic Surgeon, Providence, Children ' s, and Georgetown University Hospitals. EsCHBACH, H. C, A.M., M.D., 116 West Benton Avenue, Albia, Iowa. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1883. EsKRiDGE, Belle Constant, M.D., 902 Dallas Avenue, Houston, Texas. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1891. Member of Visiting Staff, Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital, Norsworthy Hospital, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. Espey, John R., M.D., 335 East Main Street, Trinidad, Colorado. Jefferson Medical College, 1889. Surgeon, St. Raphael Hospital. EssiNGTON, Uriah K., M.D., 289 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling Medical College), 1896. Surgeon, Grant and Columbus Radium Hospitals. EsTES, William Lawrence, A.M., M.D., 805 Delaware Avenue, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1877; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1878. Emeritus Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Luke ' s Hospital. EsTES, William Lawrence, Jr., B.A., M.D., 805 Delaware Avenue, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1909. Adjunct Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Evans, Curtis A., A.B., M.D,, 809 Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. University of Michigan Medical School, 1904. Head of Surgical Depart- ment, Columbia, Milwaukee, and Children ' s Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Johnston Emergency Hospital. Evans, Edward, M.D., CM., State Bank Building, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1887. Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Evans, George Balentine, A.M., M.D., 17 South Wilkmson Street, Dayton, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Ohio Medical Col- lege), 1878. Evans, John Lillie, M.D., 729 Beacon Building, Wichita, Kansas. Wash- ington University Medical School, 1904. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Francis Hospital; Division Surgeon, Missouri Pacific Railroad; Local Surgeon, Rock Island Lines; Chief Surgeon, Arkansas Valley Interurban Railway. Alphabetical List of Fellows 391 Evans, Robert, M.D., 630 Snell Building, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1888. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. Eve, Duncan, A.M., M.D., Eve Building, Nashville, Tennessee. University and BeUevue Hospital Medical College, 1874. Senior Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Sur- geon, St. Thomas Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Nashville City Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway; Chie f Division Surgeon (four divisions), Louisville and Nashville Railroad. Eve, Duncan, Jr., M.D., Seventh Avenue and Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1904. Asso- ciate Professor of Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Surgeon, Vanderbilt University and St. Thomas Hospitals, Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway, Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Nashville Street Railway. Everall, Ben Chester, M.D., Marsh-Place Building, Waterloo, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Mediciae (Drake University College of Medicine), 1907. Attending Surgeon, Synodical Presbyterian and St. Francis Hospitals. Everitt, Ella B., AJkl., M.D., 1807 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1891. Professor of Gynecology, Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Gynecologist- in-Chief, Woman ' s Medical College Hospital; Attending Gynecologist, Philadelphia General Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Spring City Institution for Feeble-Minded. Evert, John Andrew, B.A., M.D., Brainerd, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 191 3. Assistant Chief Sxirgeon, Northern Pacific Railway; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Ewer, Edward Norton, M.D., Federal Realty Building, Oakland, California. University of Michigan Medical School, 1892. Gynecologist, Alameda County Hospital and Infirmary, San Leandro. EwiNG, Arthur Eugene, A.M., M.D., 520 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School (St. Louis Medical College), 1883. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Washington Uni- versity Medical School; Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s, Barnard Free Skin and Cancer, and Washington University Hospitals. EwiKG, William A., M.D., 810 Fidelity Medical Building, Dayton, Ohio. Jefferson Medical College, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, Miami Valley Hospital. Eyster, George Loughead, M.D., 413 Safety Building, Rock Island, Illinois. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1874. Member of Staff, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Eytinge, Ernest Oliver Joseph, M.D., 118 Cajon Street, Redlands, Cali- fornia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy, retired. 392 American College of Surgeons Fahnestock, Ernest, M.D., 417 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, Misericordia Hospital; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Fahrni, Gordon Samuel, M.D., 507 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1911. Demonstrator of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medi- cine, University of Manitoba; Honorary Attending Surgeon, King George Hospital. Fairbairn, John Fitz-Gerald, A.B., M.D., 503 Delaware Avenue, BuflFalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1904. Pro- fessor of Otology, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Attend- ing Oto-Laryngologist, Buffalo General Hospital; Attending Otologist, Children ' s Hospital; Chief of Otological Service, City and Ernest Wende Hospitals. Fairbanks, Charlotte, A.B., M.D., Ph.D., 24 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Woman ' s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1902. Attending Surgeon, Brightlook and St. Johnsbury Hospitals. Fairchild, D. S., M.D., 845 Sixth A venue, Clinton, Iowa. Albany Medical College, 1868. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital. Fairchild, David Stxjrgess, Jr., M.D., Wilson Building, Clinton, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Iowa College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1897. Surgeon, Jane Lamb and St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospitals. Fairchild, Fred R., Ph.B., M.D., 754 College Street, Woodland, California, Cooper Medical College, 1902. President and Chief Surgeon, Woodland Sanitarium. Fairpield, William Edward, M.D., CM., 805 South Monroe Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University (University of Bishop College, Faculty of Medicine), 1887. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Fairing, John Walker, M.D., 204 Tribune Building, Greensburg, Penn- sylvania. University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons (Baltimore Medical College), 1898, Falk, Charles Clifford, M.D., First National Bank Building, Eureka, California. Cooper Medical College, 1897. Fallon, Michael F., M.D., LL.D., Slater Building, Worcester, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1887. Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Fancher, Hampton Lansden, M.D., James Building, Chattanooga, Tennessee. University of the South Medical Department (Sewanee Medical College), 1900. Member of Surgical Staff, Baroness Erlanger Hospital. Farenholt, Ammen, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1893. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Alphabetical List of Fellows 393 Fakish, Geobge W. T., M.D., Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Jeflferson Medical College, 1886. Senior Surgeon, Yarmouth Hospital. Farmer, Chahles, M.D., mo Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Hospital College of Medicine), 1897. Adjunct Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department; Member of Surgical Staff, Louisville City Hospital, John N. Norton Memorial Infirmary. Farmer, Clarence Ravenel, M.D., 573 West Lemon Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1909. Member of Surgical Staff, Lancaster General Hospital. Farnsler, H. Hershey, A.B., M.D., 1438 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pennsyl- vania. Medico-Chirurgical CoUege of Philadelphia, 1904. Assistant Surgeon, Department of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology, Harrisburg Hospital; Laryngologist, State Tuberculosis Dispensary. Farnsworth, G. Bourne, A.B., M.D., 1021 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Harvard Medical School, 1907. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, City Hospital; Obstetrician, Maternity Hospital and Dispensary of the Western Reserve University. Farr, Charles Everett, A.B., M.D., 568 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Yale University Medical School, 1903. Instructor in Surgery, Cornell University, Medical School; Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Free Hospital for Children, Seton Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, New York Hospital. Farr, Robert Emmett, M.D., 2433 Bryant Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rush Medical College, 1900. Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Farrar, Lilian K. P., A.B., M.D., The Hendrik Hudson, New York, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1900. Assistant Professor of GjTiecology, Cornell University Medical Colle ge; Junior Attending Sur- geon, Woman ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Booth Memorial Hospital. Farrell, Albert M., M.D., Seventeenth and Washington Streets, Two Rivers, Wisconsin. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1898. Surgeon, Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Farrell, P. J. H., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1892. Attending Oculist and Aurist, Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium; Consulting Surgeon, Cook County Hospital. Farrell, Thomas Henry, A.M., M.D., CM., 250 Genesee Street, Utica, New York. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1895. Oculist, Aurist, and Laryngologist, Faxton Hospital. Farrell, William Davidson, M.D., Wells Block, Aberdeen, South Dakota. Cornell University Medical College, 1899. Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. k 394 American College of Surgeons Farrington, Pope McGehee, M.D., 1728 Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1894. Farwell, William A., M.D., CM., 45 Dufferin Avenue, Sherbrooke, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1891. Ophthalmologist, Rhinolo- gist, and Oto-Laryngologist, Sherbrooke Hospital. Farwell, Wrey G., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1904. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Fassett, Fred J., A.B., M.D., 1155 Empire Building, Seattle, Washington. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Chil- dren ' s Orthopedic and Seattle City Hospitals. Faulkner, William Edward, A.B., M.D., 290 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1891. Associate in Surgery, Harvard Medical School. Faunce, Calvin B., Jr., M.D., 320 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massa- chusetts. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1904. Instructor in Otology, Harvard Medical School; Visiting Aural Surgeon, Infant ' s Hospital; Assistant Aural Surgeon, Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Assistant LarjTigological Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital. Fauntleroy, Archibald Magill, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1901. Instructor in Surgery, United States Naval Medical School; Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Fauntleroy, Powell Conrad, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1893. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Fawcett, Ivan, M.D., Wheeling Steel Corporation Building, Wheeling, West Virginia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1910. Visiting Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Ohio Valley General Hospital; Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, Out-Patient Department, Ohio Valley General Hospital. Fay, Oliver James, B.Sc, M.D., 1213 Bankers Trust Building, Des Moines, Iowa. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1902. Surgeon, Iowa Methodist Hospital. Fayerweather, Roades, A.B., M.D., 529 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1903. Member of Visiting Staff, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum. Fearn, John Radford, M.D., First National Bank Building, Oakland, Cali- fornia. Eclectic Medical College (Eclectic Medical Institute), 1894; College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, 1899. Visiting Sur- geon, Providence Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 395 Febros y Odriozoia, Enrique, M.D., Avenida Colmena 590, Lima, Peru. University of San Marcos, 1905. Federspiel, Matthew N., B.Sc, D.D.S., M.D., 695 Astor Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Marquette University School of Medicine, 1910. Instructor in Stomatology, Marquette University School of Medicine; Professor of Oral Surgery, Marquette University School of Dentistry; Oral Surgeon, Milwaukee Hospital; Member of Staff, Trinity Hospital. Fee, Frank Edgar, M.D., 22 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Uni- versity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1895. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medi- cine; Visiting Surgeon, Cincinnati General and Christ Hospitals. Fehleisen, Frederick, M.D., 400 Clayton Street, San Francisco, Calif ofnia. University of Wurzburg, 1877. Feild, Edward Everard, M.D., 512 Taylor Building, Norfolk, Virginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1879. Consulting Sur- geon and Orthopedist, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Feingold, Leon, M.D., 714 Grace Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1899. Feingold, Marcus, M.D., 4206 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. University of Vienna, 1896. Professor of Ophthalmology, Tulane Univer- sity of Louisiana School of Medicine; Chief, Department of Ophthalmology, Touro Infirmary, Charity Hospital. Feldhoff, Edward W., A.B., M.D., 1224 Turner Street, Allentown, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1906. Fellows, C. Gurnee, A.M., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1885, Consulting Ophthalmologist, Hahnemann Hospital. Felty, John Wellington, A.M., M.D., 902 Main Street, Hartford, Connecti- cut. Jefferson Medical College, 1884. Surgeon, Charter Oak Private Hospital. Fennell, W. W., M.D., Rock Hill, South Carolina. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1895. Surgeon, Fennell Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Seaboard Railway. Fenner, Erasjcus Darwin, A.B., M.D., 1915 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1892. Fenton, Thomas Hanover, M.D., 1319 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1877. Member of Staff, Home for Aged Couples, Home for Crippled Children, Baptist, Widener and St. Vincent ' s Homes. Ferguson, Charles E., M.D., 412 East Seventeenth Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1892. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Indiana University School of Medicine; Attending Obstetrician, Indianapolis City Hospital; Consultant Obstetrician, Robert W. Long Hospital. 39 American College of Surgeons Ferguson, Edmund Sheppakd, M.D., 609 State National Bank Buflding, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1895. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, University, St. Anthony ' s, and Oklahoma State Baptist Hospitals. Ferguson, William A., B.A., M.D , CM., 43 Alma Street, Moncton, New Brunswick. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1884. Surgeon, Moncton General Hospital. Ferguson, Wilson Jones, M.D., I.O.O.F. Building, Sedalia, Missouri. Univer- sity of Kansas School of Medicine, 1887. Chief of StafiF, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Ferree, Judson a., M.D., 232 East Sixteenth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio •State University College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Homeo- pathic Medical College), iQoi; University of Michigan Homeopathic Medical School, 1909. Head of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine; Surgeon-in- Chief, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Homeopathic Hospital. Ferris, Edward D., M.D., 418 Fiftieth Street, Brooklyn, New York. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York), 1893. Attending Surgeon, Norwegian Deaconess Hospital. FiALHO De Abreu, Jos£ Antonio, B.L., M.D., Rua Carvalho de Si 85, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Faculty of Medicine, University of Rio de Janeiro, 1896. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Rio de Janeiro. Field, Edwin, M.D., 74 West Front Street, Red Bank, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1873. Chief of Staff, Monmouth Memorial Hospital, Long Branch; Consulting Surgeon, Paul Kimball Hospital, Lakewood. Field, James Gaven, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Medical College of Virginia, 1885. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Field, Martin Thomas, M.D., 23 Winter Street, Salem, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Visiting Surgeon, Salem Hospital. Field, Peter C, M.S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Field, William Hill, M.D., 424 Upper First Street, Evansville, Indiana. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Fife, J.ames D., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, Dis- trict of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1897. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Fioueira, Mathias, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 14 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1872. Visiting Surgeon, St. Catherine ' s Hospital. FiLHO, Sergio De P, Meira, M.D., Alameda Eduardo Prado 8, Sao Paulo, Brazil. University of Geneva, 1910. Professor, Faculty of Medicine University of Sao Paulo. Alphabetical List of Fellows 397 Finch, James Hugh, M.D., 308 Illinois Building, Champaign, Illinois. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons), 1895. Member of Staff, Julia F. Bumham Hospital. FmcH, Lew Henri, M.D., 188 Market Street, Amsterdam, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1903. Chief of Staff and Attending Surgeon, Amsterdam City Hospital; Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. FiN DLAY, Ephraim Kirkpatrick, M.D., CM., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Mani- toba Medical College), 1893. Surgeon, Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; Oculist, Cook County Hospital. FiNDLEY, Joseph Dysart, A.M., M.D., 11 21 Thirteenth Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Chief of Surgical Service, Altoona Hospital. FiNDLEY, Palmer, B.Sc, M.D., Brandeis Theatre Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. FiNKELSTEiN, Nathan, M.D., 184 North Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Tufts College Medical School, 191 2. Urologist, House of Mercy Hospital, Pittsfield, Fairview Hospital, Great Barrington; Chief, Berkshire County Venereal Clinic. Finney, Everett B., M.D., 802 Security Mutual Life Building, Lincohi, Nebraska. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1888. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Finney, John Miller Turpin, A.B., M.D., F. R. C. S. (Ire.), Hon., 1300 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment; Surgeon, Union Protestant Infirmary, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Church Home and Infiirmary. FiNTON, Walter Lloyd, M.D., 410 South Jackson Street, Jackson, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1907. Surgeon, W. A. Foote Memorial and Mercy Hospitals. Fischer, Arthur F., B.Sc, A.M., M.D., Qumcy Mine, Hancock, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1890. Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Quincy Mining Company. Fischer, Hermann, M.D., 73 East Eightieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Visiting Surgeon, Lenox Hill Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Rockaway Beach Hospital, Rockaway Beach, United Hospital, Port Chester. Fischer, N. Arthur, M.D., 623 Union Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 1908. Instructor in Otology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Oto-Laryngologist, St. Francis and United States Marine Hospitals; Otologist, Eye and Ear Hospital. 398 American College of Surgeons FiSHBACH, Howard P., Ph.B., M.D., 1201 Traction Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pulte Medical College, 1909. Consulting Gynecologist, Emanuel Clinic; Gynecologist, Bethesda Hospital. Fisher, Arthur L., B.Sc, M.D., Medical Building, San Francisco, California. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1900. Instructor in Orthopedics, University of California Medical School. Fisher, Arthur Oscar, A.B., M.D., 608 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mis- souri. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1909. Associate in Clinical Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Barnes and Children ' s Hospitals; Chief of Surgical Clinic, Wash- ington University Dispensary. Fisher, Carl, B.Sc, M.D., Pacific Mutual Building, Los Angeles, California. Harvard Medical School, 1905. Fisher, Edgar Alexander, M.D., 25 Elm Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1887. Surgeon, Worcester Hahne- mann Hospital. Fisher, Henry Clay, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine , 1891. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Fisher, John Monroe, M.D., 222 South Fifteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1884. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Jefferson Medical College; Gynecologist, Philadelphia Gen- eral and St. Agnes Hospitals, Philadelphia, Pottstown Hospital, Pottstown; Assistant Gynecologist, Jefferson Medical College Hospital. Fisher, William A., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Uni- versity of Michigan Medical School, 1885. President, Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat College; Surgeon, Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat College Hospital. Fisher, William A., Jr , A.B., M.D., 715 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1900. Associate in Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Assist- ant Visiting Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Union Memorial Hospital, Church Home and Infirmary, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Children ' s Hospital School. Fisher, William H., M.D., 416 Colton Building, Toledo, Ohio. University of Michigan Medical School, 1891. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Fischmann, Egon Walter, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1906. Assistant Professor of Gynecology, University of Illinois College of Medicine and Chicago Policlinic; Gyne- cologist, Grant Hospital. FiSK, Arthur Lyman, A.B., M.D., 41 West Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1888. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s Guild, Floating Hospital, New York, Seaside Hospital, New Dorp; Con- sulting Surgeon, New Rochelle Hospital, New Rochelle, New York, Somerset Hospital, Somerville, New Jersey. h Alphabetical List of Fellows 399 FiSK, Geosge, M.D., CM., 166 Drummond Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University (University of Bishop College, Faculty of Medicine), 1894. Attending Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Western Hospital. FiSKE, Ch. rles Nobman, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. FiSKE, David, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1900. Assistant Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Rush Medical College; Professor of Otology, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Aurist, Henrotin Memorial Hospital, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital; Attending Otologist and Larjnigologist, Children ' s Memorial Hospital. FiSKE, Edwin H., A.M., M.D., 152 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1901. Consulting Surgeon, Bushwick Hos- pital, Brooklyn, Eastern Long Island Hospital, Greenport, Mercy Hos- pital, Hempstead; Visiting Surgeon, Kings County Hospital, Hospital of the Holy Family. FiSKE, George Foster, A.M., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Yale University School of Medicine, 1883. Surgeon, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital, Henrotin Memorial Hospital, Fitch, Emery Moore, M.D., 19 Pleasant Street, Claremont, New Hampshire. Dartmouth Medical School, 1905. Svu-geon, Claremont General Hospital. Fitch, James William, M.D., 1021 Ninth Street, Portsmouth, Ohio. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1893. Surgeon, Hempstead Hospital. Fitch, Ralph R., M.D., 366 East Avenue, Rochester, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Orthopedic Surgeon; Rochester General Hospital. Fitch, William H., A.M., M.D., 849 Main Street, North, Rockford, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1868. Consulting Surgeon, Rockford Hospital. Fite, Francis Bartow, M.D., io3 North Second Street, Muskogee, Okla- homa. Emory University School of Medicine (Southern Medical College), 1886. Surgeon, Physicians and Surgeons Hospital. FrrrON, Francis M., M.D., 144 North Third Street, Hamilton, Ohio. Uni- versity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1887. Fitzgerald, Fred J. C, M.D., 47 East Fifty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Western University Medical School, 1897. Consulting Surgeon, Eastern Long Island Hospital, Greenport. rrzGERALD, Vance Lee, M.D., 223 Thayer Street, Providence, Rhode Island. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1895. Fitz-Patrick, Gilbert, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital (Chicago Homeopathic Medical 400 American College of Surgeons College), 1896. Professor of Obstetrics and Chief of Department, Hahne- mann Medical College and Hospital; Attending Obstetrician, Hahnemann and Streeter Hospitals; Member Consulting Staff, Illinois Masonic Hospital. FrrzPATRiCK, Thomas Vanhook, M.D., Ph.D., 19 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery, 1875. Emeritus Laryngologist and Otologist, St. Mary ' s Hospital. FrrzSiMMONS, Henry J., A.B., M.D., 520 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1908. Instructor in Orthopedic Sur- gery, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital; Associate Orthopedic Surgeon, Newton Hospital, Newton; Assistant Orthopedic Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. Flaherty, Frederick, M.D., 831 University Building, Syracuse, New York. Syracuse University College of Medicine, 1896. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Syracuse University College of Medicine; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s, Syracuse Memorial Hospitals, and Syracuse Free Dispensary. Flanagan, William Francis, A.M., M.D., 379 Benefit Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Long Island College Hospital, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Flannery, Joseph J., M.D., 916 Equitable Building, Des Moines, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Drake University College of Medicine), 1900. Flannery, R. E., M.D., 3117 Logan Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. Univer- sity of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1906. Associate Professor of Surgery, Loyola University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, St. Mary of Nazareth Hospital. Fleck, Harvey K., M.D., 924 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1904. Associate in Ophthalmology and Otology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Visiting Ophthalmologist and Otologist, St. Agnes ' Hospital; Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist, United States Marine Hospital. Fleming, Ernest W., M.D., 806 Pacific Mutual Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Michigan Medical School, 1885. Fleming, Geoffrey Joseph, M.D., 612 North Euclid Avenue, Ontario, Cali- fornia. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1898. Fleming, George Alexander, M.D., 10x8 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1884. Demonstrator of Ophthalmology and Otology, University of Maryland School of Medi- cine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Presbyterian Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospital. Flemming, Edward Albert, M.D., 213 One Hundred Thirteenth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Alphabetical List of Fellows 401 Surgeons, 1906. Associate Visiting Obstetrician and Gynecologist, St. Catherine ' s and Greenpoint Hospitals, Brooklyn. Fletcher, Fred, M.D., 283 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. JeflFerson Medical College, 1900. Assistant Professor of Gynecology, Ohio State University Medical Department; Surgeon, Grant Hospital; Gynecologist, St. Francis Hospital. Fletcher, George William, M.B., M.D., 901 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1902. Asso- ciate Professor of Laryngology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Mani- toba; Consultant in Laryngology, Ninette Sanitarium. Fletcher, M.arshall Hall, M.D., 199 Haywood Street, Asheville, North Carolina. University and Belleviie Hospital Medical College, 1881. Chief of Staff, Asheville Mission Hospital; Surgeon, Clarence Barker Memorial Hospital and Dispensary, Biltmore. Fletcher, Robert Donald, A.M., M.D., CM., 206 Somerset Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1903. Associate Professor of Genito- urinary Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba; Urologist, Winnipeg General Hospital. Flint, Austin, A.M., M.D., 52 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1889. Pro- fessor of Obstetrics and Clinical Professor of GjTiecology, University and BeUevue Hospital Medical CoUege; Consulting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hos- pital, New York, Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island; Visiting Obstetri cian, Manhattan Maternity Hospital and Dispensary; Consulting Obstetrician, New York Maternity and Bellevue Hospitals; Consulting Gynecologist, Hospital for the Ruptured and Crippled. Flint, Joseph Marshall, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., McCloud, California. Johns Hopkins Um ' versity, Medical Department, 1900. Floyd, Benjamin L. W., M.D., 517 Chandler Avenue, Evansville, Indiana. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky School of Medicine), 1896. Floyd, William Oliver, B.Sc, M.D., 706 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee. University of Nashville, Medical Department, 1910. Assistant in Sur- gery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Member of Surgical Staff, St. Thomas Hospital. Flykn, Charles Watts, B.Sc, M.D., 704 Wilson Building, Dallas, Texas. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 191 1. Associate Professor of Surgery, Baylor University School of Medidne; Visiting Surgeon, Baylor and Parkland Hospitals. FoBES, Joseph Henry, M.D., i West Sixty-eighth Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1 901. Professor of Surgery, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; Surgeon, Metropolitan Hospital; Attending Surgeon, 402 American College of Surgeons Broad Street Hospital; Assistant Attending Surgeon, Fifth Avenue Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, New York, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Passaic, Aim May Memorial Homeopathic Hospital, Spring Lake, McKinley Memorial Hospital, Trenton, New Jersey, Mon- treal Homeopathic Hospital, Montreal, Canada. Fodder, William L,, M.D., s Jay Street, Schenectady, New York. Albany Medical College, 1807. Surgeon, Ellis Hospital. Foley, John C, M.D., County and Washington Streets, Waukegan, Illinois. Rush Medical School, 1890. Surgeon, Victory Memorial Hospital. Foley, Thomas Madden, M.D., 1334 Nineteenth Street, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1905. Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, George Washington University Medical School; Orthopedic Surgeon, Municipal Hospital; Associate Orthopedic Surgeon, Providence and Emergency Hospitals. FoLLANSBEE, George Edward, M.D., 614 Guardian Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (Wooster Uni- versity, Medical Department), 1895. Visiting Surgeon and Chief of Staff, St. Alexis Hospital. FoLLis, Richard Holden, Ph.B., M.D., 3 East Read Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1899. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Surgeon in Charge, Johns Hopkins Hospital Dispensary; Surgeon, Union Protestant Infirmary, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Church Home and Infirmary. Foltz, James A., M.D., Merchants National Bank Building, Fort Smith, Arkansas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1901. President of Staff and Visiting Surgeon, Sparks Memorial Hospital, St. Edward ' s Infirmary; Chief Surgeon, Fort Smith and Western Railroad, Fort Smith Light and Traction Company; Division Surgeon, Frisco Lines; Surgeon, Athletic Spelter Company. Foote, Dellizon a., A.M., M.D., 788 Brandeis Theatre Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital (Chicago Homeo- pathic Medical College), 1886. Member of Surgical Staff, Child Saving Institute, Forbes, Alexander Mackenzie, M.D.,C.M., 615 University Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1898. Clinical Pro- fessor of Orthopedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Surgeon in Charge, Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Montreal General Hospital, Department of Orthopedic Surgery. Forbes, Arthdr Edward Grant, M.D., CM., Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1906. Attending Surgeon, Lunenburg Cottage, Lunenburg, and Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridge- water. Forbes, Henry Hall, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1890. Alphabetical List of Fellows 403 Adjunct Professor of Diseases of Nose and Throat, New York Post-Grad- uate Medical School; Attending Surgeon, Diseases of Nose and Throat, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Attending Laryn- gologist, Lying-in Hospital; Attending Oto-Laryngologist, Lutheran Hos- pital, Babies Ward, Post-Graduate Hospital, New York, We stchester County Hospitals, East View. Forbes, Robert D., M.D., CM., L.R.C.P. (Lond.), F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 908 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1903. Ford, Charles Bickham, M.D., 908 Boren Avenue, Seattle, Washington. University and BeUevue Hospital Medical College, 1895. Visiting Gyne- cologist, Seattle City Hospital; Surgeon, Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital. Ford, Ernest Jason, A.B., M.D., 2009 Harrison Street, Evanston, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1906. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Illinois; Senior Attending Surgeon, Evanston Hospital. Ford, Joseph Herbert, B.Sc, M.A., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1897. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Anny. FoKD, William Miller, M.D., 52 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1899. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Manhattan Maternity Hospital; Assistant Attending Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Foreman, Brady Hugh, M.D., Perkins Building, Tacoma, Washington. Rush Medical College, 1904. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. FORMAD, Marie K., M.D., Medical Arts Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Woman ' s Medical CoUege of Pennsylvania, 1886. Member of Gyne- cological Staff, Woman ' s Hospital. FoRMAN, Lloyd H., M.D., 49 South Florida Street, Buckhaimon, West Vir- ginia. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1885. Surgeon-in-Chief, Forman Surgical Hospital. FoRSBECK, Filip A., M.D., 121 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1895. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. FoRSEE, Challon Guy, M.D., 501 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of LouisviUe, Medical Department, 1905. Adjunct Professor of Surgery, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Member of Visiting Staff, Louisville City Hospital; Member of Staff, SS. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Forsyth, Edgar A., M.D., 471 Virginia Street, Buffalo, New York. Univer- sity of Buffalo, Department of Medicine (Niagara University, Medical Department), 1 889. Oto-Laryngologist, Emergency Hospital of the Sisters 404 American College of Surgeons of Charity, Working Boys ' Home, Buffalo, Our Lady of Victory Infant Home, St. John ' s Protectory, Lackawanna. Fort, Frank Thomas, M.D., 472 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky, University of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1895. Visiting Surgeon, Louisville City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, SS. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital; District Surgeon, Illinois Central Railroad. Fort, Rufus E., M.D., 303 Seventh Avenue, North, Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1894. FosKETT, Eben, M.D., 106 Central Park, West, New York, New York. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1895. Attending Gynecologist, Booth Memorial Hospital. Foss, Harold Leighton, M.D., Geisinger Memorial Hospital, Danville, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1909. Surgeon-in-Chief, Geisinger Memorial Hospital. Foster, Charles L., B.Sc, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Med- ical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1902. Lieu- tenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Foster, Curtis Smiley, A.B., M.D., 308 Diamond Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Gynecologist, Western Pennsylvania Hospital. Foster, E. Edwin, M.D., New Bedford, Massachusetts. Tufts College Medi- cal School, 1902. Retired. Foster, Hal, A.B., A.M., M.D., 402 Altman Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Medical Department of the University of New York), 1882. Visiting Oto-Laryngologist, St. Joseph ' s and Swedish Hospitals; Consulting Oto-Laryngologist, St. Marga- ret ' s Hospital. Foster, Harold A., M.D., 204 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1905. Assistant Professor of Laryngology, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; Laryngologist, Metropolitan and Hahne- mann Hospitals; Consulting Laryngologist, Yonkers Homeopathic Hos- pital and Maternity, Yonkers. Foster, John Hoskins, A.M., M.D., 417 Kress Medical Building, Houston, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1900. Oto-Laryn- gologist, Norsworthy Hospital, Baptist Sanitarium and Hospital, Sunset Central Lines. Foster, John McEwen, M.D., 708 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1891. Emeritus Professor of Oto-Lar3nigology, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Oto- Laryngologist, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Ophthalmologist, St. Luke ' s Hos- pital; Otologist and Ophthalmologist, Children ' s Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 405 Foster, Matthias Lanckton, A.B., M.D., 106 Center Avenue, New Rochelle, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1885. Ophthalmic Surgeon, New Rochelle Hospital. Foster, Sidney Dix, M.D., Colton Building, Toledo, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Ohio-Miami Medical College of the University of Cincinnati), igoo. Surgeon, Flower Hospital. Foster, William DA as, M.D., 4125 Warwick Boulevard, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Homeopathic Medical College of Missouri, 1869. Professor of Surgery, Kansas City Homeopathic Medical College; Member of Con- sulting Staff, Grace and General Hospitals, Kansas City, Missouri, Bethany Methodist Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas. FOTHERiNGHAM, JoHN C, A.B., M.B., M.D., CM., LL.D., Hon., 20 Wellesley Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1891. Associate Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Consulting Physician, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto General Hospital; Honorary Physician to his Excellency the Governor General of Canada; Late Direc- tor General, Canadian Army Medical Service, Canadian Expeditionary Force. FouLKROD, Collin, A.B., M.D., 3910 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1901. Obstetrician, Presbyterian Hospital. Fowler, Edmund Prince, M.D., 114 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Lecturer on Physiology of the Ear, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, Post-Graduate Department; Associate in Otology and Lecturer on Physics of the Ear, Post-Graduate Medical School and Hos- pital; Consulting Otologist, St. Mary ' s Free Hospital for Children, New York, Tarrytown Hospital, Tarrytown; Junior Otologist, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, New York. Fowler, Edson B., A.B., M.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1896. Member of Staff, St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Fowler, Harry Atwood, B.Sc, M.D., 1621 Connecticut Avenue, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment, 1 901. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Howard University School of Medicine; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Freedmen ' s, and Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospitals. Fowler, O. S., B.Sc, M.D., 530 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver and Gross College of Medicine), 1906. Lecturer on Local Anesthesia, University of Colorado School of Medicine. Fowler, Royale Hamilton, M.D., 280 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1907. Associate Surgeon, Greenpoint Hospital. k 4o6 American College of Surgeons Fowler, Russell Story, M.D., 301 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Chief Surgeon, Wyckoff Heights Hospital; Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hos- pital; Consulting Surgeon, Huntington Hospital, Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum. Fowler, WiLLiAii Alonzo, M.D., 534 Liberty National Bank Building, Okla- homa, Oklahoma. University of Nashville Medical Department, 1908. Associate Professor of Obstetrics, and Chief Clinician, Department of Obstetrics, Oklahoma University School of Medicine; Chief Clinician, Department of Obstetrics, State University Hospital; Medical Director, Oklahoma Lying-in Hospital; Attending Obstetrician, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. Fox, Clattoe p., M.D., 125 Charles Street, Greeneville, Tennessee. Univer- sity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1888. Chief of Surgical Staff, Greeneville Sanatorium and Hospital. Fox, J. Francke, M.D., Bluefield, West Virginia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1886. Surgeon, Bluefield Sanitarium. Fox, L. Webster, M.D., LL.D., 303 South Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jefferson Medical College, 1878. Professor of Ophthal- mology, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine, Phila- delphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine; Ophthalmologist, Philadelphia Orthopedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases, Medico-Chirurgical Hospital. Fox, Oscar E., M.D., 232 North Fifth Street, Reading, Pennsylvania. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Fox, Philip Reginald, M.D., 21 North Pinckney Street, Madison, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1890. Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. FRANCHiRE, Frederick E., B.Sc, M.D., Fourth and Nebraska Streets, Sioux City, Iowa. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1890. Oculist, Aurist, and Laryngologist, Lutheran Hospital. Franqs, EutER Ellsworth, M.D., 1701 Central Bank Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1885. Pro- fessor of Clinical Surgery and Surgical Anatomy, University of Tennessee College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, General and Baptist Memorial Hospitals. Francis, Lee Masten, Ph.B., M.D., 636 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Rush Medical College, 1901. Associate in Ophthalmology, Uni- versity of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Attending Ophthalmologist, Buffalo General and Erie County Hospitals; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Emergency Hospital of the Sisters of Charity, Buffalo, J. N. Adam Memo- rial Hospital, Perrysburg. Alphabetical List of Fellows 407 Franctsco, Clarence B., M.D., 416 Argyle Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Kansas School of Medicine, 1907. Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Mercy Hospital; Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Kansas City General Hospitals. Franing, Edward C. G., M.D., 306 East Main Street, Galesburg, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1899. Surgeon, Cottage Hospital. Frank, Ira, M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1899. Attending Surgeon, Ear and Throat Department, Michael Reese Hospital, Sarah Morris Memorial Hospital for Children. Frank, Jacob, A.M., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1882. Surgeon, Grant and Columbus Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital. Frank, Louis, M.D., 400 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Univer- sity of Louisville, Medical Department (Hospital College of Medicine), 1888. Professor of Abdominal Surgery, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Louisville City Hospital; Surgeon, John N. Norton Memorial Infirmar ' . Frank, L. Wallace, A.B., M.D., 400 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1914. Instructor in Surgery, University of Louisville Medical Department; Surgeon, Louisville City and Children ' s Free Hospitals; Attending Surgeon, Norton Memorial Infirmary. Frank, Robert T., A.B., A.M., M.D., 511 Majestic Building, Denver, Colo- rado. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Frankenburger, J. M., M.D., Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Uni- versity of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas Medical College), 1893. Frankenthal, Lester E., M.D., 4825 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1885. Clinical Professor of Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Michael Reese Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Provident Hospital. Franklin, Clarence Payne, M.D., 1527 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1893. Chief, Ophthalmic Department, Stetson Hospital. Franklin, J. Herbert, M.D., 409 East Erie Street, Spring Valley, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1892. Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Franklin, Mel tn M., B.Sc., A.M., M.D., LL.D., 6124 Greene Street, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Philadelphia General, St. Agnes, and St. Mary ' s Hospitals; Chief of Orthopedic Section, Third District, United States Public Health Service, 4o8 American College of Surgeons Franklin, Walter Scott, M.D., Butler Building, San Francisco, California. Leland Stanford Junior University School of Medicine, 1898. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, University of California Medical School; Ophthalmologist, University of California Hospital. Frantz, Charles P., M.Sc, M.D,, Iowa State Bank Building, Burlington, Iowa. Northwestern University Medical School, 1900. Ophthalmologist and Aurist, Burlington Hospital; Rhino-Laryngologist, Mercy Hospital; Oculist and Aurist, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway. Fraser, Archibald McKay, A.B., M.D., 270 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1907. Surgeon, Carney Hospital. Fraser, Homer E., B.Sc, M.D., 20 South Portland Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College), 1891. Adjunct Professor of Geni to-Urinary Diseases, Long Island College Hospital; Chief of Clinic in Genito-Urinary Diseases, Polhemus Memorial Clinic; Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Kings County Hospital; Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Long Island College Hospital. Fraser, John Rodger, M.D., CM., 670 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1910. Fraser, Roderick L., M.D., 1005 Douglas Street, Victoria, British Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1891. Member of Staff, Provincial Royal Jubilee and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Fraser, Somers, A.B., M.D., 514 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1911. Instructor in Surgery, Tufts College Medical School; Assistant in Surgery, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Second Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital. Frasier, Alfred Smith, M.D., Young Building, Dothan, Alabama. Vander- bilt University, Medical Department, 1906. Surgeon, Frasier Hospital. Frauenthal, Henry W., M.D., 160 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. Surgeon-in- Chief, Hospital for Joint Diseases; Consulting Surgeon, Jewish Maternity Hospital, New York, Zion Hospital, Brooklyn. Fravel, Roy Clyde, M.D., 1000 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1909. Asso- ciate in Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Associate Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Member of Visiting Staff, Memorial and St. Phillip ' s Hospitals. Frazier, Charles Harrison, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, 1724 Spruce Street, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medi- cine; Surgeon, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Frechtling, Louis Henry, M.D., 129 North Second Street, Hamilton, Ohio. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Chicago), 1903. Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 409 Frederick, Ernest Victor, M.B., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 300 Charlotte Street, Peterborough, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1903. Surgeon, Nicholl ' s and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Free, Spencer Michael, A.M., M.D., loi South Jared Street, Dubois, Penn- sylvania. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Phy- sicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1880. Surgeon, Dubois and Maple Avenue Hospitals; Senior Surgeon, Adrian Hospital, Punxsutawney; Consulting Surgeon, Indiana Hospital, Indiana. Freeman, George Franklin, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Freeman, John W., M.D., 514 West Main Street, Lead, South Dakota. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1879. Freeman, Leonard, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 424 Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1886. Professor of Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Denver City and County, Children ' s Hospitals, National Jewish Hospital for Con- sumptives. Freese, Edgar Martin, M.D., 322 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling-Ohio Medical College), 1908. Member of Staff, Grant Hospital. Freiberg, Albert Henry, M.D., LL.D., Seventh and Race Streets, Cincin- nati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1890. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Director of Orthopedic Service, Cincinnati General Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Jewish Hospital. Freile, William, M.D., 108 Palisade Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1898. Visiting Surgeon, Christ and Jersey City Hospitals, St. Katherine ' s Home. French, Ralph Winward, A.B., M.D., 151 Rock Street, Fall River, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1910. Surgeon, Truesdale Hospital. French, Thomas R., M.D., 150 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1871. Consult- ing Laryngologist, Long Island College, Brooklyn, Kings County, and Jewish Hospitals, St. Christopher ' s Hospital for Babies. Freund, I. D., M.D., 518 North Emmett Street, Butte, Montana. University of Michigan Medical School, 1872. Obstetrician, St. James ' Hospital, Frick, William J., M.D., 924 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Uni- versity of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Medical College), 1888. Surgeon, Research and Kansas City General Hospitals. Fridenberg, Percy, A.B., M.D., 38 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York, New York. University of Strassburg, 1891. Attending Surgeon, Lebanon 4IO American College of Surgeons Hospital; Junior Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Jewish Memorial Hospital, Hospital for Joint Diseases, Post- Graduate Medical School and Hospital. FRIEDE fwALD, Harry, A.B., M.D., 1029 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1886. Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Member of StaflF, Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity, and Mercy Hospitals, Union Protestant Infirmary, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum. Friedman, Leo Victor, A.B., M.D., 425 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Professor of Obstetrics, Tufts CoUege Medical School; Assistant Surgeon, Gynecological Division, Boston City Hospital. Friedman, William L., A.M., M.D., 1706 Broadway, Oakland, California. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1897. Ophthalmologist, Providence Hospital. Friend, Emanuel, M.D., 5 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1890. Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital; Director, Surgical Department, West Side Dispensary. Friesner, Isidore, A.B., M.D., 814 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Gross Medical College), 1901. Instructor, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital and Medical School; Assistant Aural Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Otologist, Beth Moses Hospital, Brooklyn, and Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Fringer, William Rudisel, M.D., William Brown Building, Rockford, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1888. Oculist, Rockford Hospital. Frink, Claude Augustine, A.B., M.D., 464 West One Hundred Forty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physi- cians and Surgeons, 1902. Adjunct Professor of Surgery, New York Poly- clinic Medical School; Surgeon, Knickerbocker Hospital, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, New York City Children ' s Hos- pital, Randall ' s Island; Assistant Surgeon, New York Skin and Cancer Hospital. Fritz, Emdon, M.D., 913 Ehn Street, Manchester, New Hampshire. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1880. Ophthalmologist, Otologist, Lar3Tigologist, Sacred Heart Hospital; Consultant, Elliott Hospital. Frontz, Howard Clinton, M.D., Fifth and Mifllin Streets, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Surgeon, J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital. Frost, Herbert Loring, A.B., M.D., 1005 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Alphabetical List of Fellows 411 Ho meopathic Medical College), 1886. Visiting Surgeon, Huron Road Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Frost, Horace Bird, A.B., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Associate in Surgery, Rush Medical College; Assistant Instructor in Diseases of the Geni to-Urinary System, Post-Graduate Medical School. Frost, William S., M.D., 807 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington. Uni- versity of Minnesota Medical School, 1904. Frothingham, George Edward, M.D., 3790 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1890, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Chief of Department of Ophthalmology, Rhinology, and Oto-Laryngology, and Chief of Clinic, Out-Patient Department, Harper Hospital. Fulkerson, Clarke B., M.D., 308 Kalamazoo National Bank Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1902. Attending Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Fairmount, Bronson, and Borgess Hospitals. Fuller, Eugene, A.B., M.D., 530 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. Har- vard Medical School, 1884. Emeritus Professor of Geni to-Urinary Surgery, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Consulting Geni to-Urinary Surgeon, City Hospital, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. Fuller, Homer Gifford, Ph.B., M.D., 204 The Farragut, Washington, Dis- trict of Colimibia. George Washington University Medical School (Colum- bian University, Medical Department), 1904. Associate Genito-Urinary Surgeon, George Washington University and Garfield Memorial Hospitals. FtJLLER, Seabron Jenning, M.D., Empalme Hospital, Empalme, Sonora, Mexico. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1891. Surgeon in Charge, Empalme Hospital. Fuller, Theron Earle, M.D., Texarkana National Bank Building, Texar- kana, Arkansas. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1908. Oculist and Aurist, St. Louis Southwestern Railway Hospital, Texarkana, Arkansas, Texarkana Sanitarium and Hospital, Texarkana, Texas. Fuller, William, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1887. Member of As.sociate Staff, St Luke ' s Hospital. FuLLERTON, WiLLiAM D., Ph.B., M.D., 465 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1911- Surgeon, Gyne- cological Service, Lakeside Hospital. Fulton, Jacob A., M.D., 309 Astoria Savings Bank Building, Astoria, Oregon. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1884. Visiting Surgeon, St Marjr ' s Hospital. Fulton, William Stewart, M.D., Sixteenth and Market Streets, Wheeling, West Virginia. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling-Ohio 412 American College of Surgeons Medical University), 1898, Member of Surgical StaflF, Ohio Valley General Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glendale. Funk, Edwin Henry, M.D., CM., 718 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1909. Funk, Vance A., A.B., M.Sc, M.D., La Plante Building, Vincennes, Indiana. University of Nashville, Medical Department, 1909. Surgeon, Good Samaritan Hospital. FuNKHOUSER, ROBERT MoNROE, A.M., LL.B., M.D., 4354 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1874. Furlong, Francis Mohun, M.D., Medi cal Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1895. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. FuRNiss, Henry Dawson, M.D., 54 East Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1899. Professor of GjTiecology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Attending Gynecologist, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, New Rochelle Hospital, New Rochelle, St. Agnes Hospital, White Plains, New York, All Souls ' Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey. FuRNiss, John Neilson, M.D., 100 Church Street, Selma, Alabama. Uni- versity of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1900; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1901. Attending Surgeon, Union Street Private Hospital. Gaby, Robert Edward, B.A., M.D., 662 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario. Cornell University Medical College, 1907. Demonstrator of Clinical Sur- gery and Anatomy, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital. Gaenslen, Frederick Julius, B.Sc, M.D., 141 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1903. Orthopedic Surgeon, Milwaukee Children ' s, Columbia, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County Hospital, Wauwatosa, Univer- sity Hospital, Madison. Gage, Homer, A.M., M.D., 72 Pearl Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Har- vard Medical School, 1887. Chief of Surgical Staff and Surgeon, Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Worcester City and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals. Gage, James Arthur, A.M., M.D., 18 Shattuck Street, Lowell, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1885. Surgeon, Lowell General Hospital. Gage, James E., M.D., CM., 250 Genesee Street, Utica, New York. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1898. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Sur- geon, Faxton and General Hospitals, State Hospital for Insane. Gailey, John Knox, B.Sc, M.D., 823 North Kenmore Avenue, Los Angeles, California. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1877. Retired. Alphabetical List of Fellows 413 Gale, Spakrell Simmons, A.B., M.D., Roanoke Street and Luck Avenue, Southwest, Roanoke, Virginia. Columbia University, College of Physi- cians and Surgeons, igoi. Surgeon, Lewis-Gale Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Norfolk and Western Railway, Gallagher, Frank J., M.D., Schofield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (Ohio Wesleyan University), 1912. Visiting Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Alexis ' Hospitals. Gallagher, John V., M.D., LL.D., 11448 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1891. Visiting Surgeon and Chief of Staff, St. Alexis and St. John ' s Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, St. Ann ' s Hospital. Gallagher, Joseph F., M.D., 306 Jackson Building, Nashville, Tennessee. University of Nashville, Medical Department, 1906. Visiting Gynecolo- gist, Vanderbilt University, St. Thomas, and Nashville City Hospitals. Gallaher, Thomas J., A.M., M.D., 605 California Building, Denver, Colo- rado. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1889. Laryngolo- gist and Rhinologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Otologist, Children ' s Hospital. Galland, William H., M.D., Croton-on-Hudson, New York. Northwestern University Medical School, 1902. Gallie, John Gordon, A.B., M.B., 143 College Street, Toronto, Ontario. Univetsity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1910. Assistant in Obstet- rics and Gynecology, and Head of Out-Patient Department in Obstetrics, Toronto General Hospital. Gallie, W. Edward, M.D., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 143 College Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1903. Associate in Surgery, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Associate Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children. Galloway, Herbert P. H., M.D., CM., 661 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Victoria University, Medical Department), 1887. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Faculty of Medi- cine, University of Manitoba; Orthopedic Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Galvin, Augustus H., M.D., 117 North Claudina Street, Anaheim, California. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Orthopedist, Fullerton Hospital and Johnston Wickett Clinic. Gamble, Hugh Agnew, B.Sc, M.D., 505 Washington Avenue, Greenville, Mississippi. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1904. Visiting Surgeon, King ' s Daughters Hospital. Gamble, William Elliott, B.Sc, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1886. Oculist, University Hospital. Gammon, William, M.D., Tremont Hotel, Galveston, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1893. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Infirmary. Gann, Dewell, Jr., A.B., A.M., M.D., M.Sc, D.Sc, 315 Boyle Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. Indiana University School of Medicine, 1913. 414 American College of Surgeons Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Arkansas Medical Depart- ment; Member of Staff, St. Vincent ' s Infirmary, Baptist and Logan H. Roots Memorial Hospitals. Gakber, Frank Webster, B.Sc, M.D., 159 Jefferson Street, Muskegon, Michigan. Rush Medical College, 1888. Chief of Staff, Hackley Hos- pital. Garber, Jerry M., M.D., 48 Park Avenue, West, Mansfield, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1895. Garberson, John Howard, B.Sc, M.D,, 413 Main Street, Miles City, Mon- tana. Northwestern University Medical School, 1907. Attending Sur- geon, Miles City Hospital. Gardiner, Edwin J., A.B., C.B., M.L., C.L., M.D., 15 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. San Carlos Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Madrid, 1878. Gardiner, John P., M.D., Colton Building, Toledo, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1901. Obstetrician, Toledo District Nurse Association Dispensary. Gardner, Archibald Robert, M.D., 18 Shattuck Street, Lowell, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Visiting Surgeon, Lowell General and Lowell Corporation Hospitals. Gardner, George Warren, A.B., M.D., 44 Orchard Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island. Harvard Medical School, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, Rhode Island Hospital. Gardner, James A., M.D., 500 Electric Building, Buffalo, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Attending Geni to-Urinary Surgeon, Memorial and Buffalo Columbus Hospitals; Consulting Urologist, Ernest Wende and Municipal Hospitals, St. Francis Asylum, Buffalo, J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital, Perrysburg. Gardner, William, M.D., CM., M.A., Hon., 457 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1867. Emeritus Professor of Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill Univer- sity; Consulting Gynecologist, Royal Victoria and Montreal General Hospitals. Gardner, William Arthur, B.A., M.D., CM., 307 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1902. Orthopedic Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Gardner, William Sisson, M.D., 6 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1885. Professor of Gynecology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Gynecologist, Mercy Hospital. Garner, Ernest Lloyd, M.B., 165 Victoria Avenue, Femie, British Colum- bia. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1898. Superintendent and Attending Surgeon, Femie General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 415 Gamlahgan, Edward Francis, B.A., M.D., M.A., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1901. As- sociate in Laryngology, Rhinology, and Otology, University of Illinois School of Medicine; Assistant Surgeon, Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary; Attending Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Sheridan Park Hospital. Garrett, John Randolph, M.D,, Strickland Building, Roanoke, Virginia, Medical College of Virginia, 1898, Visiting Oculist and Aurist, Roanoke Hospital. Garrison, BrooLE H., M.D., 23 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, New Jersey. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1898. Surgeon, Ann May Memorial Homeopathic Hospital, Spring Lake. Garrison, Harry Alfred, A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Coliunbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1902. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Garrow, Alexander Esslemont, M.D., CM., 289 Mountain Street, Mon- treal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1889. Assistant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Surgeon, Royal Victoria Hospital. Garshwiler, William Province, A.B., M.D., 716 Indiana Pythian Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1896. Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Lecturer on Syphilis, Indiana University School of Medicine; Con- sulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Indianapolis City, St. Vincent ' s, Pro- testant Deaconess, and Robert W. Long Hospitals. Garton, Will Melville, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. State University of Iowa College of Homeo- pathic Medicine, 1896. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Cask, George Ernest, C.M.G., D.S.O., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 4, York Gate, London, N. W. i, England. M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.) (St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital), 1898. Professor of Surgery, University of London; Surgeon and Director of Surgical Unit, St. Bartholomew ' s Hos- pital, University of London. Gastaneta, Guillermo, M.D., Plaza de la Exposidon 1217, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1899. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of San Marcos; Chief Surgeon and Superintendent, Dos de Mayo Hospital Gatch, Wnxis D., A.B., M.D., 1440 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1907. Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Indian- apolis City and Robert W. Long Hospitals. Gatewood, Emmette Trible, M.D., Professional Building, Richmond, Vir- ginia. Medical CoUege of Virginia, 1910. Instructor in Laryngology and Rhinology, Medical College of Virginia; Attending Surgeon, Virginia Hospital. 4i6 American College of Surgeons Gatewood, James Duncan, A.M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Depart- ment of Medicine, 1879. Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Gaub, Otto C, M.D., Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Surgeon, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg. Gauch, William, M.D., 177 Elwood Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Attending Gyne- cologist, Newark City Hospital; Adjunct Surgeon, Presbyterian and St. James Hospitals; Member of Staff, St. Michael ' s Hospital; Chief of Clinic, Gynecological Department, Newark City Dispensary. Gaudiani, Vincent, A.B., M.D., 145 East Forty-ninth Street, New York, New York. Royal University of Rome, 1898. Adjunct Professor, Royal University of Rome, Rome, Italy; Visiting Surgeon, Italian Hospital. Gavin, Stephen Edward, M.D., 38 South Main Street, Fond du Lac, Wiscon- sin. Rush Medical College, 1899. Gehrung, Eugene Charles, M.D., 4177 King Street, Denver, Colorado. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1870. Retired. GtHRUNG, JuLiEN AuGUSTE, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 783 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. Washington University Medical School, 1901. Assist- ant Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Geiger, Jacob, M.D., LL.D., 619 Francis Street, St. Joseph, Missouri. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department, 1872. Emeritus Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Missouri Methodist Hospital. Geist, Emil S., M.D., 704 Besse Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Uni- versity of Minnesota Medical School, 1900. Associate Professor of Ortho- pedic Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School; Member of Staff, St. Mary ' s, Abbott, Asbury, Northwestern, and Swedish Hospitals. Geist, George Arthur, B.Sc., M.D., 133 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1911. Attending Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Geist, Samuel H., A.B., M.D., 300 Central Park, West, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1908. Associate Gynecologist and Associate in Surgical Pathology, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Gelder, Edgar Earl, M.D., 319 Merritt Building, Los Angeles, California. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1902. Gellhorn, George, M.D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. University of Wurzburg, 1895. Associate in Clinical Gynecology, Wash- ington University Medical School; Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s and Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospitals; Visiting Gynecologist, St. Louis City Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist, Barnes Hospital; Consulting Obste- Alphabetical List of Fellows 417 trician, St. Louis Maternity Hospital; Consulting G)mecologist, St. John ' s Hospital. Gelpi, Maurice Joseph, A.B., M.D., 3601 Prytania Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1909. Chief of Surgical Division 9, Charity Hospital. Center, Arthur E., B.Sc, M.D., 1028 North Seventh Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1894. Gentry, Ernest R., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment, 1909. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. George, Edgar J., M.D., no North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital (Chicago Homeopathic Medical College), 1891. Professor of Ophthalmology, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Attending Oculist, Hahnemann Hospital. Geraghty, John T., A.B., M.D., 330 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1903. Associate Professor of Urology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Assistant Director, Brady Urological Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Gerrish, William A., M.D., Clinic Building, Jamestown, North Dakota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1896. Surgeon, Trinity Hospital. Gershaw, Frederick William, M.D., CM., 826 Second Street, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1908. Gerster, Arpad G., M.D., CD., O.M., 34 East Seventy-fifth Street, New York, New York. University of Vienna, 1872. Consulting Surgeon, Mt. Sinai and Lenox Hill Hospitals. Gerster, John C A., A.B., M.D., 18 East Seventy-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Adjunct Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Assistant Neurological Surgeon, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled. Gessner, Hermann Bertram, A.M., M.D., 119 Audubon Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1895. Professor of Operative and Clinical Surgery, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine; Chief Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital; Senior Associate in Surgery, Touro Infirmary. Getchell, Albert Colby, A.M., M.D., 6 Linden Street, Worcester, Massa- chusetts. JefiFerson Medical College, 1885. Consulting Laryngologist, Memorial and Worcester City Hospitals. Getty, Samuel Emmet, M.D., 84 Ashburton Avenue, Yonkers, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1893. Visiting Surgeon, St. John ' s Riverside Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Tarrytown Hospital, Tarrytown, k 4i8 American College of Surgeons New York State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children, West Haverstraw. GiBB, William Travis, M.D., 42 West Seventy-fifth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1886. Surgeon, Central and Neurological Hospitals, New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; Gynecologist, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Gibbon, Robert Lardner, M.D., 705 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina. Jefferson Medical College, 1888. Surgeon, Charlotte Sanato- rium, Presbyterian and St. Peter ' s Hospitals, Southern Railway Company. GiBBY, Herbert B., A.M., M.D., 96 South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, Wilkes-Barre City and Riverside Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Nesbitt West Side Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, Pittston Hospital, Pittston. GiBNEY, Virgil P., A.M., M.D., LL.D., 16 Park Avenue, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College), 1871. Surgeon-in-Chief, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled; Consulting Surgeon, Montefiore Home, New York Neurological Institute, New York, Seaside Hospital, New Dorp, St. Agnes Hospital, White Plains, New York, St. Vincent ' s and Bridgeport Hospitals, Bridge- port, Connecticut. Gibson, Alexander, M.A., M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 661 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba. University of Edinburgh, 1904. Asso- ciate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Uni versity of Manitoba; Associate Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital; Orthopedic Surgeon, Manitoba Military Hospital. Gibson, Charles Langdon, A.B., M.D., 72 East Fifty-fourth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Professor of Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Attending Surgeon, First Cornell Surgical Division, New York Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, City, and Memorial Hospitals, New York, Vassar Brothers ' Hospital, Poughkeepsie, South Side Hospital, Babylon, New York State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children, West Haverstraw. GiBsbN, Gordon, M.D., 176 State Street, Brooklyn, New York. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1904. Lecturer on Gynecology, Long Island College Hospital; Gynecologist, Polhemus Memorial Clinic, Brooklyn, Kings Park State Hospital, Kings Park; Assistant Gynecologist, St. Peter ' s Hospital; Assistant Obstetrician and Gynecological Surgeon, Long Island College Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Huntington Hospital, Huntington. Gibson, Harry Alexander, M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 216 Sixth Avenue, West, Calgary, Alberta. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1903. Surgeon, Calgary General and Holy Cross Hospitals. Gibson, Robert Dixon, M.D., 310 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio. West- em Reserve University School of Medicine, i88o. Emeritus Oculist, Youngstown City Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 419 GiERE, Eric O., M.D., 319 Hamm Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1892. Chief of StafiF, St. Paul ' s Hospital. GiFFORD, Harold, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 702 Brandeis Building, Omaha, Nebraska. University of Michigan Medical School, 1882. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Nebraska College of Medicine. Gilbert, Joseph, M.D., 320 Scarbrough Building, Austin, Texas. University of Texas, Medical Department, 1897. Member of Advisory Board, City and County Hospital; Surgeon in Charge, Physicians and Surgeons Hos- pital. Gilchrist, Harry L., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1896. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. GiLCREEST, Jacob Edward, M.D., Baylor Street, Ennis, Texas. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1876. Emeritus Professor of Gynecology and Lecturer on Gynecology, Baylor University School of Medicine. GiLDERSLEEVE, CHARLES P., M.D., 1 8 Schermerhom Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1881. Consulting Surgeon, St. Peter ' s Hospital and St. Joseph ' s Institute, Brook- lyn, St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Woodhaven, House of St. Giles the Cripple, Garden City. GiLE, John Martin, A.M., M.D., 3 Maynard Street, Hanover, New Hamp- shire. Dartmouth Medical School, 1891. Professor of Cliiucal Surgery, Dartmouth Medical School; Surgeon, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Littleton Hospital, Littleton, New Hampshire, Memorial Hospital for Women and Children, Concord, New Hampshire, Millers River Hospital, Winchendon, State Infirmary, Tewksbury, Massa- chusetts, Lake View Sanitarium, Burlington, Hospitals at Bellows Falls and Springfield, Vermont. GiLFiLLAN, W. Whitehead, M.D., 31 West Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, 1890. Visiting Ophthalmic Surgeon, City Hospital; Visiting Ocuhst, Sailors Snug Harbor; Visiting Ophthalmologist, New York House of Refuge; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Staten Island; Consulting Oculist, Southampton Fresh Air Home, Southampton; Con- sulting Ophthalmologist, Southampton Hospital, Southampton. Gill, George, A.B., A.M., M.D., 800 Lorain County Bank Building, Elyria, Ohio. University of Illinois College of Medicme (College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1896. Oto-Laryngologist, Elyria Memorial Hospital. Gill, James Edward, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1901. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Gill, Michael Henry, M.D., 36 Pearl Street, Hartford, Connecticut. Yale University School of Medicine, 1896. Ophthalmologist and Aurist, St. Francis ' Hospital. 420 American College of Surgeons Gillespie, Andrew Taylor, M.B., 304 Victoria Avenue, Fort William, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1910. Chief of Orthopedics, McKellar Hospital. Gillespie, James Andrew, M.D., CM., 718 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University (University of Bishop College, Faculty of Medicine), 1901. Gillespie, William, M.D., 670 June Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1890. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Director of Obstetrical Service, Cincinnati General and Bethesda Hospitals. Gillette, William J., M.D., 1613 Jefferson Street, Toledo, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1879. Chief of Staff, Robinwood Hospital. GiLLMAN, Robert W., M.D., 61 Peterboro Street, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1887. Clinical Professor of Ophthal- mology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Surgeon, St. Mary ' s, Providence, and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Oilman, Philip Kingsnorth, A.B., M.D., 350 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, Leland Stanford Junior University School of Medicine. Gilmer, Thomas L., M.D,, D.D.S., D.Sc, 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. Quincy College of Medicine, 1885. Emeritus Dean, and Professor of Oral Surgery, Northwestern University Dental School; Oral Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. GiLMORE, Rowland Thomas Stratton, M.D., CM., 905 Lake Boulevard, Bemidji, Minnesota. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1895. Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. GiNN, Curtiss, M.D., Reibold Building, Dayton, Ohio. Ohio State Uni- versity College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland University of Medi- cine and Surgery), 1895. Staff Surgeon, Miami Valley Hospital. GiRViN, John Harper, M.D., 2120 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital. Given, Ellis Edgar Willits, M.D., 2714 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Glasgow, Frank A., A.B., M.D., University Club Building, St. Louis, Mis- souri. Washington University Medical School (St. Louis Medical College), 1878. Senior Gynecologist, St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Vincent ' s Institution. Glasier, William F., Phar.G., M.D., Carlsbad, New Mexico, University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1910. Surgeon, St. Francis Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 421 Glass, James H., A.M., M.D., Trenton Falls, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1877. Consulting Surgeon, Faxton and Utica State Hospitals, Utica, Rome City Hospital, Rome. Glazebrook, Francis H., M.D., 171 South Street, Morristown, New Jersey. Cornell University Medical College, 1900. Surgeon, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey State Hospital, Morris Plains. Gleason, John E., A.B., M.D., 1061 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1903. Member of Attending Staff, Department of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology, Grace Hospital. Gleason, John Hiram, M.D., CM., Merchants Bank Building, Manchester, New Hampshire. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1895. Surgeon, Beacon Hill Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Notre Dame Hospital, Man- chester Children ' s Home. Glenn, Lucius Newton, M.D., 402 Realty Building, Gastonia, North Caro- lina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1897. Surgeon, City Hospital. Glennan, James D., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1886. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Glennon, WnxiAM P., M.D., 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. (Ire.), L.M. (Coombe Hospital), 1906. Associate Professor of Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Associate Surgeon, St. John ' s Hospital. Glines, Walter Ashley, M.D., 45 Allen Street, San Juan, Porto Rico. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Baltimore), 1906. Consulting Surgeon, Presbyterian Mission Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Porto Rico Sanatorium; Surgeon, Asilo de Sordo Mudos. Glynn, James P., A.M., M.D., 474 Ninth Street, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1894. Gyne- cologist, St. Mary ' s and Williamsburgh Hospitals. GoDDARD, Herbert Maskell, M.D., 1531 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (Medico- Chirurgical College), 1905. Rhinologist and Oto-Laryngologist, Jewish Hospital, Matilda Adler Loeb Dispensary, Home for Hebrew Orphans, American Hospital for Diseases of the Stomach, Philadelphia, Eaglesville Sanatorium, Eaglesville. GoDDARD, S. MUEL Warren, M.D., 15 Ellsworth Avenue, Brockton, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Surgeon, Goddard Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Bridgewater State Hospital, Bridgewater. Godfrey, Charles Cartlidge, Ph.B., M.D., 340 State Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Dartmouth Medical School, 1884. Surgeon-in-Chief, Bridgeport Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Ho ital. 422 American College of Surgeons GoDLEE, Sir Rickman John, Bart., K.C.V.O., B.A., M.S., LL.D., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall, London, West, England. University of London, 1872. Emeritus Professor of Clinical Surgery, University College; Consulting Surgeon, University College Hospital; Honorary Sur- geon in Ordinary to His Majesty the King. GoETSCH, Emil, B.Sc, M.D., Ph.D., 2 Sidney Place, Brooklyn, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1909. Professor of Sur- gery, Long Island College Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Long Island Col- lege Hospital. GoFPE, J. Riddle, Ph.M., A.M., M.D., 123 East Fifty-third Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1881. Professor of Gynecology, New York Polyclinic Medical School, Dart- mouth Medidal School; Attending Gjoiecologist, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital; Member of Consulting Staff, City and Union Hospitals, New York, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Yonkers, Mt. Vernon Hospital, Mt. Vernon, Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville. GoLDBACH, Leo John, B.Sc, M.D., 322 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1905. Associate in Clinical Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- ment; Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Goidberg, Harold G., M.D,, 1925 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1900. Ophthal- mic Surgeon, Episcopal, Kensington and Christ Church Hospitals, Balti- more and Ohio Railroad. Golden, John Ferdinand, M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Professor of Surgery, Loyola University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Golden, William Wolfe, M.D., Elkins, West Virginia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical Col- lege), 1892. Chief Surgeon, Davis Memorial Hospital. Goldsborough, Brice W., M.D., 8 High Street, Cambridge, Maryland. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1880. Chief of StafiF, Cambridge-Maryland Hospital. Goldsborough, Francis Colquhoun, B.Sc, M.D., 515 Franklin Street, Buffalo, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1903. Professor of Obstetrics, and Associate Professor of Gynecology, University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine; Attending Gynecologist and Attending Obstetrician, Buffalo General Hospital; Obstetrician-in- Chief, Buffalo City Hospital. Goldsmith, Perry G., C.B.E., M.D., CM., 84 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1896. Associate Professor of Oto-Laryngology, University of Alphabetical List of Fellows 423 Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Senior Assistant Surgeon, Oto-Laryn- gological Department, Toronto General Hospital. CfOLDSMiTH, William Stokes, M.D., 404 Healy Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta Medical College), 1892. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Grady Memorial, Wesley Memorial, Georgia Baptist Hospitals, and St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. GoLDSPOHN, Albert, M.Sc, 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, Goldstein, Albert E., M.D., 330 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons), 191 2. Assistant in Histology and Embryology, University of Maryland, School of Medicine; Attending Urologist, Hebrew Hospital and Mt. Pleasant Sanatorium; Chief of Urological Clinic, Hebrew Hospital. Goldstein, David D., M.D., 126 East Sixty-first Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1890. Chief of Surgical Clinic, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases. Goldstein, Max A., M.D,, 3858 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1892. Otologist, Jewish Hospital; Director, Central Institute for the Deaf. Editor, The Laryngoscope. Goldstine, Mark T., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1900. Clinical Assistant in Gynecology, North- western University Medical School; Senior Attending Gynecologist, Wesley Memorial Hospital. Goldthwait, Joel Ernest, B.Sc, M.D., 372 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1890. Associate in Ortho- pedic Surgery, H arvard University Graduate School of Medicine. Goldthwaite, Ralph Harvard, A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1906. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Army Medical School; in Charge of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Infantry School, Camp Ben- ning; Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Goltman, M., M.D., CM., Memphis Trust BuUding, Memphis, Tennessee. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University (University of Bishop College, Faculty of Medicine), 1892. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Medicine; Professor of Oral Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Dentistry; Chief Surgeon, Baptist Memorial Hospital. Good, James Wilford, M.B., L.R.C.P. (Edin.), 226 Somerset Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicme, 1877. Professor of Ophthabnology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba. 424 American College of Surgeons GooDALE, Joseph Lincoln, A.M., M.D., 258 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1893. Instructor in Laryngology, Harvard Medical School. GooDELL, Charles E., M.D., 63 Allen Street, Jamestown, New York. Uni- versity of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1910. GooDELL, William, A.M., M.D., 6 Chestnut Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1905. Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Depart- ment, Springfield Hospital. GooDENow, Norman Halkier, M.D., 71 North Baldwin Avenue, Sierra Madre, California. Rush Medical College, 1892. GooDPRiEND, Nathan, M.D., 44 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902. Visiting Ophthalmologist, Bronx Hospital and Dispensary; Attend- ing Ophthalmologist, People ' s Hospital; Assistant Surgeon, Manhattan ' Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. Goodhue, George, A.B., M.D., 133 North Perry Street, Dayton, Ohio. Dartmouth Medical School, 1879; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Depart- ment), 1880. Visiting Surgeon, Miami Valley Hospital. Goodman, Charles, M.D., 969 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1892. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Attending Surgeon, Beth Israel, Montefiore Hospitals. Goodman, Sylvester Jacob, Phar.G., M.D., 121 South Sixth Street, Columbus, Ohio. Jefferson Medical College, 1900. Surgeon and Obstetrician, Grant Hospital; Surgeon, Jewish Infant Home; Obstetrician, Mercy Hospital. Goodrich, Charles Howard, M.D., 280 Park Place, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1894. Attend- ing Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn Orphan Asylum; Consulting Surgeon, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, Ver- mont. Goodrich, William Henry, A.B., M.D., 508 Lamar Building, Augusta, Georgia. University of Georgia, Medical Department, 1897. Professor of Surgery, University of Georgia, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, University and Wilhenford Hospitals. Goodwin, Henry Timrod, M.D., 360 Van Duzer Street, Staten Island, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 1886. Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Hospital. Goodwin, James Joseph, M.D., 202 Church Street, Clinton, Massachusetts. Jefferson Medical College, 1892. Surgeon, Clinton Hospital. Goodwin, Sir Thomas Herbert John, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., London, England. F.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), (St. Mary ' s Hospital), 1892. Lieutenant General and Director General, Army Medical Service. Alphabetical List of Fellows 425 Goodwin, William H., A.B., M.D., University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1908. Asso- ciate Professor of Surgery and Gynecology, University of Virginia, Depart- ment of Medicine; Associate Visiting Surgeon, University of Virginia Hospital, University. Gordon, Charles Albert, M.D., 847 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Cornell University Medical College, 1905. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, St. Catherine ' s, Greenpoint, and Williamsburgh Hospitals. Gordon, Donald, M.D., 27 East Sixty-second Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1906. Visiting Surgeon, St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, City Hospital. Gordon, George Sinclair, M.D., CM., 127 Vancouver Block, Vancouver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1897. Uro- logical Surgeon, Vancouver General and St. Paul ' s Hospitals. Gordon, John Weaver, B.Sc, M.D., 206 Locust Street, Clearfield, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1903. Gyne- cologist and Obstetrician, Clearfield Hospital. Gordon, Onslow Allen, M.D., 71 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, New York. Dartmouth Medical School, 1885. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Gordon, Onslow Allen, Jr., M.D., 71 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, New York. Long Island College Hospital, 191 1. Clinical Professor of Gynecology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Associate Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital; Assistant Visiting Gynecologist, Bellevue Hospital, New York. Gore, Victor Maxirice, M.D., Clinton, Oklahoma. Washington University Medical School, 1908. Associate Surgeon, Clinton Hospital. GoRRELL, James Alfred, B.A., M.D., CM., 702 Sterling Bank Block, Winni- peg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1908. GosMAN, George H. R., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army, Goss, Ralph Montgomery, A.B., M.D., 297 Hancock Avenue, Athens, Georgia. George Washington University Medical School, 1906. Gould, Elisha Tolman, M.D., 631 Washington Street, Sonora, California. Bowdoin Medical School, 1880. Surgeon-in-Chief, Sierra Hospital. GouRLAY, Henry Beauchamp, M.D., CM., 543 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1906. Asso- ciate Surgeon, Vancouver General Hospital; Surgeon, St. Paul ' s Hospital. Graber, C Lee, Ph.G., B.Sc, M.D., 15701 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 1898. Chief of Staff and Head of Surgical Division, Lakewood Hospital. 426 American College of Surgeons Grad, Hermann, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1894. Attending Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital. Graefe, Charles, M.D., 631 Wayne Street, Sandusky, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (University of Wooster, Medical Department), 1880. Surgeon, Providence and Good Samaritan Hospitals. Graham, Allen, B.Sc, M.D., 939 East One Hundred Fifty-second Street Cleveland, Ohio. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1909. Instructor in Surgery, Western Reserve Univer- sity Medical School; Assistant Visiting Surgical Pathologist, Lakeside Hospital. Graham, Alois Bachman, A.M., M.D., 30 Willoughby Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1894. Clinical Professor of Proctology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Member of Consulting StaflF, Indianapolis City, St. Vincent ' s, and Methodist Episcopal Hospitals. Graham, Archie James, B.Sc, M.D., 6250 South Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois, University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1902. Instructor in Operative Surgery, Univer- sity of Illinois College of Medicine. Graham, Colin Wolseley, B.A., M.D., CM., Birks Building, Vancouver, B ritish Columbia. Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1906. Ophthalmologist and Otologist, Vancouver General Hospital. Graham, David Wilson, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 7 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1872. Sur- geon, Presbyterian Hospital. Graham, Dell E., M.D., First National Bank Building, Ottumwa, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1902. Consulting Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and City Hospitals. Graham, Douglas William, M.D., CM., Swift Current Clinic, Swift Cur- rent, Saskatchewan. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1907. Attending Surgeon, Swift Current General Hospital. Graham, Evarts Ambrose, A.B., M.D., Washington Utdversity Medical School, St. Louis, Missouri. Rush Medical College, 1907. Professor of Surgery, Washington University Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, Barnes and St. Louis Children ' s Hospitals. Graham, Frank, M.D., 57 North Bellevue Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1900. Gyne- cologist, Memphis General Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist, Lucy Brinjdey Hospital. Graham, Harrington Bidwell, B.Sc, M.D., Shreve Building, San Francisco, California. University of California Medical School, 1899. Chief of Department of Otology, San Francisco Hospital; Consultant in Otology, Southern Pacific Railway Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 427 Graham, Henry Flack, M.D., 474 First Street, Brooklyn, New York. Colum- bia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Hospital. Graham, John Alfred, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1902. Assistant in Surgery, Rush Medical College; Associate Professor of Surgery, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Surgeon, Henrotin Memorial Hospital; Associate in Surgery, Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Graham, Roscoe R., M.B., 31 Oriole Road, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1910. Graham, R. Watson, M.D., CM., 801 Pacific Mutual Building, Los Angeles, California. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1904. Graham, William Ezra, M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Herald Block, Cal- gary, Alberta. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1897. Grana, Francisco, B.Sc, M.D., Belaochaga 577, Lima, Peru. Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos, 1903. Professor of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of San Marcos; Chief of Surgical Section, Guada- lupe Hospital. Grant, Arthur Rogers, M.D., 321 Genesee Street, Utica, New York. Uni- versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1897. Surgeon in Charge, Utica Homeopathic Hospital; Gynecologist, Utica General Hospital. Grant, John Prescott, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.CP. (Lond.), II East Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1895. Professor of Surgery, New York Polyclinic Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, People ' s Hospital, New York, New York State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children, West Haverstraw. Grant, Joseph F., M.D., 423 First National Bank Building, San Diego, Cali- fornia. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1890. Ophthal- mic Surgeon, San Diego County Hospital. Grant, William W., M.D., Mack Building, Denver, Colorado. Long Island College Hospital, 1868. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Local Surgeon, Rock Island Lines. Gratiot, Harvey B., M.D., 256 Tenth Street, Dubuque, Iowa. Jefferson Medical College, 1896. Oculist and Aurist, Finley Hospital. Graves, James Quintus, M.D., 201 K De Siard Street, Monroe, Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1906. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Francis Sanitarium. Graves, Robert John, B.Sc, M.D., 4 North State Street, Concord, New Hampshire. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Surgeon, Margaret Pills- bury General Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Boston and Maine Railroad. 428 American College of Surgeons Graves, Stanley Hope, M.D., 109 College Place, Norfolk, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1894. Urologist and Rectal Surgeon, Sarah Leigh Hospital; Urologist, Norfolk Protestant Hospital. Graves, William Boardman, M.D., 426 Main Street, East Orange, New Jersey. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1880. Consulting Surgeon, Orange Memorial Hospital, Orange. Graves, William P., A.B., M.D., 244 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Professor of Gynecology, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon-in-Chief, Free Hospital for Women, Brookline; Consulting Gynecologist, Boston Lying-in and Beth Israel Hospitals. Gray, Charles Perley, B.Sc, M.D., 60 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Acting Adjunct Professor of Gynecology, New York Polyclinic School and Hospital; Visiting Sur- geon, New York Throat, Nose, and Lung Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist, North Eastern Dispensary. Gray, Dan Feurt, Phar.G., M.D., 321 South Fifth Street, Ironton, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1899. Chief Surgeon, Roosevelt Hospital. Gray, George Henry, M.D., 11 Lynn Shore Drive, Lyim, Massachusetts. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1888. Surgeon, Lynn Hos- pital, Lynn, Hospital of Massachusetts Soldiers ' Home, Chelsea, Cape Cod Hospital, Hyannis. Gray, George Morris, M.D., 800 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1880. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Chief Surgeon, St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Gray, Gordon Cameron, M.B., 320 Tegler Block, Edmonton, Alberta. Uni- versity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1907. Head of Department of Surgery, University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Royal Alexandra and Misericordia Hospitals. Gray, James D., M.D., Neumann Building, Yoakum, Texas. St. Louis Uni- versity School of Medicine, 1901. Chief Surgeon, Yoakum Hospital. Gray, William L., M.D., 412 Illinois Building, Champaign, Illinois. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Keokuk Medical College), 1891. Surgeon, Julia F. Bumham Hospital. Grayson, Cary Travers, Ph.G., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of the South, Medical Department, 1903. Member of Consulting Staff, Emergency Hospital; Rear Admiral, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Greeley, James Thornton, M.D., 115 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1891. Member of Surgical Staff, St. Joseph ' s and Nashua Memorial Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 429 Green, Burt Franqs, A.B., M.D., First National Bank Building, Hillsdale, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1900. Surgeon, Hillsdale Sanitarium. Green, Burtis T., B.Sc., M.D., Bradbury Building, Brookings, South Dakota. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1903. Attending Surgeon, Dakota Deaconess Hospital. Green, Charles Campbell, B.Sc., M.D., 411 Carter Building, Houston, Texas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1910. Visit- ing Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary; Assistant Chief Surgeon, Sunset Central Lines. Green, Charles Montraville, A.B., M.D,, 78 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1877. Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Harvard Medical School; Senior Gynecologist, Boston City Hospital; Consultant, Massachusetts State Hospital. Green, Eugene K., B.A., M.D., 808 Phj icians and Surgeons Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1903. Member of Surgical Staff, HUl Crest Surgical Hospital. Green, Frank William, M.D., CM., Armstrong Avenue, Cranbrook, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1898. Surgeon, St. Eugene Hospital. Green, George W., A.M., M.D., 501 Main Street, Dowagiac, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1905. Surgeon, Lee Sanitarium. Green, George Willard, M.D., 4654 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois. University of Michigan Medical School, 1892. Attending Surgeon, Ravenswood Hospital. Green, James S., A.M., M.D., 463 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Attend- ing Surgeon and Attending Gynecologist, Elizabeth General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Elizabeth, Bonnie Bum Sanatorium, Scotch Plains. Green, John, Jr., A.B., M.D., 626 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1898. Ophthahnic Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Ophthahnic Surgeon, St. Louis Maternity Hospital. Green, John Albert, M.D., William Brown Building, Rockford, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1906. Member of Consulting Staff, Rockford Hospital. Green, Nathan W., A.M., M.D., 152 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898. Associate Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, City Hospital; Consultant, St. Bartholomew ' s Hospital; Con- sulting Surgeon, Rockingham Hospital, Bellows Falls, Vermont. Green, Thomas Meares, M.D., n Masonic Temple, Wihnington, North Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1900. Visiting Surgeon, James Walker Memorial and Baby ' s Hospitals. 43© American College of Surgeons Greenberg, Harry, M.D., Caswell Block, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Western Reserve University School of Medicine (University of Wooster, Medical Department), 1896. Attending Surgeon, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Greene, Daniel Crosby, A.B., M.D., 23 Bay State Road, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Instructor in Laryngology, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Throat Department, Children ' s Hos- pital; Laryngologist, Massachusetts General Hospital. Greene, Evan, M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 8231 One Hundred Sixth Street, Edmonton, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1899. Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Alberta. Greene, Joseph Berry, A.M., M.D., Haywood Building, Asheville, North Carolina. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1893. Mem- ber of Staff, Asheville Mission and Meriwether Hospitals, Asheville, Clarence Barker Memorial Hospital, Biltmore. Greene, Loins Storrow, M.D,, 1624 I Street, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1895. Instructor in Ophthalmology, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Episcopal Eye, Ear, and Throat Hos- pital. Greene, Robert Holmes, A.M., M.D., 78 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1886. Emeritus Professor of Sur- gery, Fordham University School of Medicine; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, French Hospital. Greene, Ronald A., M.D., 517 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Wash- ington. Northwestern University Medical School, 1902. Member of Staff, Sacred Heart Hospital; Laryngologist, Spokane Tubercular Sani- tarium. Greenleaf, Henry S., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Greenough, Robert B., A.B., M.D., 8 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Director, Cancer Commission of Harvard Uni- versity; Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital; Surgeon in Charge, Collis P. Huntington Memorial Hospital. Greensfelder, Louis A., M.D., 31 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1887. Attending Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital. Greenwood, Allen, M.D., loi Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Associate in Ophthalmology, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Professor of Ophthalmology, Tufts College Medical School; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Boston City Hospital and Waltham Hospital, Waltham. Alphabetical List of Fellows 431 Geeer, Robert Bruce, B.Sc, M.D,, 371 North Main Street, Butler, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1899. Member of StafiF, Butler County General Hospital; Surgeon, Standard Steel Car, Butler Car Wheel, Butler Bolt and Rivet, Forged Steel Wheel Companies Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio Railroads. Gregg, Andrew S., A.B., M.D., First National Bank Building, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Washington University Medical School (St. Louis Medical College), 1881. Member of Staff, City Hospital. Gregor, Gilbert David, M.D., 255 Ten Eyck Street, Watertown, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical School (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1883. Visiting Surgeon, St. Joachim ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Watertown City Hospital, Watertown, St. Lawrence State Hospital, Ogdensburg. Gregory, George A., M.D., 2 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Bowdoin Medical School, 1891. Chief Surgeon, St. Andrew ' s Hospital. Gregory, Junius Claiborne, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Medical College of Virginia, 1900. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, A.M., M.D., LL.D., C.M.G., C.M.S., F.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), Labrador. London Hospital Medical College, 1888. Superintendent, International Grenfell Association. Grier, Edgar Boileau, M.D., 400 Westminster Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1883. Attend- ing Surgeon and Gynecologist, Elizabeth General Hospital; Consulting Obstetrician, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. GriesSjWalter Richard, Phar.D., M.D., 19 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1897. Surgeon, Female Surgical Department, St. Mary ' s Hos- pital; Director of Surgical Staff, Children ' s Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Grieve, Charles Courtney, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Michigan Medical School, 1901, Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Griffin, John Francis, B.L., M.D., 397 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Dartmouth Medical School, 1905. Urologist, St. Catherine ' s and Greenpoint Hospitals. Griffith, Daniel M., M.D., 207 West Fourth Street, Owensborp, Kentucky. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1888. Oculist and Aurist, Owensboro City Hospital. Griffith, Franklin Webb, A.M., M.D., Medical Building, Asheville, North Carolina. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Sur- geon, Asheville Mission and Meriwether Hospitals, Asheville, Clarence Barker Memorial Hospital, Biltmore. 432 American College of Surgeons Gripfith, H. M., Ph.B., M.D., 515 Citizens Savings Bank Building, Pasadena, California. Washington University Medical School, 1905. Otologist, Laryngologist, and Rhinologist, La Vina Sanitarium, La Vina; Attending Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Pasadena Hospital. GRiFFriH, Jefferson D., M.D., 1225 Rialto Building, Ka nsas City, Missouri. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1871. Emeritus Professor of Oral and Clinical Surgery, Kansas City Dental College; Chief of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Griffith, John Perry, M.D., 4715 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, igo6. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Grigsby, Guy P., M.D., 612 Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department, 1906. Adjunct Professor of Abdominal Surgery and Gynecology, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Attending Surgeon, Louisville City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, King ' s Daughters Home for Incurables, Louisville School of Reform. Grinstead, William Franklin, M.D., 808 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Illi- nois. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1877; University of Nashville, Medical Department, 1881. Chief of Staff, St. Mary ' s In- firmary. Grissim, John de Lafayette, M.D., Dalziel Building, Oakland, California. Columbia University College of Phys icians and Surgeons, 1893. Chief of Surgical Staff, Baby Hospital. Grissinger, Jay W., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1898. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Griswold, Edward Harvey, M.D., Telephone Building, Peru, Indiana. University Medical College of Kansas City, 1891. Surgeon in Charge, Wabash Employes ' Hospital; Member of Surgical Staff, Dukes Hospital- Surgeon, Chesapeake and Ohio, and Lake Erie and Western Railways. Gronnerud, Paul, B.Sc., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1895; University of Louisville, Medical Department (Kentucky University, Medical Department), 1898. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Loyola University School of Medicine; Professor of Gynecology and Operative Surgery, Illinois Post-Graduate Medical School; Surgeon, West Side and Norwegian-American Hospitals; Visiting Surgeon, Nor- wegian Lutheran Deaconess Hospital. Grosvenor, Lorenzo Nelson, M.D., 378 Dakota Avenue, Huron, South Dakota. Hahnemann Medical College (Chicago Homeopathic Medical College), 1889; Rush Medical College, 1902. Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Samaritan Hospital. I Alphabetical List of Fellows 433 Grosvenor, Wallace Fahnestock, A.B., A.M., M.D., 4700 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1895. Rush Medical College, igcx). Attending Obstetrician and Gynecolo- gist, St. Joseph ' s and Ravenswood Hospitals. Ground, William Edwin, M.D., Board of Trade Building, Superior, Wis- consin. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical Col- lege), 1881. Associate Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Grove, Martin Melvin, M.D., Dell Rapids, South Dakota. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1905. Surgeon-in-Chief, Dell Rapids Hospital. Grove, William Edward, A.B., M.D., 1330 Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1908. Oto-Laryngologist-in-Chief, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Oto-Lar)mgologist, Columbia, Emergency, and Milwaukee Children ' s Hospitals. Grow, Eugene J., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Dartmouth Medical School, 1897 . Captain, Medi- cal Corps, United States Navy. Gsell, J. F., M.D., 911 Beacon Building, Wichita, Kansas. Rush Medical College, 1895. Guerry, LeGrand, M.D., 1831 Pendleton Street, Columbia, South Carolina. University of Georgia, Medical Department, 1895. Surgeon, Columbia Hospital. GuFFEY, Don Carlos, M.Sc., M.D., 909 Waldheim Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Pro- fessor of GjTiecology and Obstetrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Gynecologist and Obstetrician, St. Luke ' s and Research Hos- pitals, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Kansas Bell Memorial Hos- pital, Rosedale, Kansas. Guggenheim, Louis K., M.D., looo Carleton Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1905. Associate in Department of Otology, Jewish Hospital, St. Louis; Member of Staff, Jewish Home for Chronic Invalids, Anglum. Gundersen, Adolf, A.B., M.D., 1509 King Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Royal University of Norway, 1890. Surgeon, La Crosse Lutheran and St. Francis Hospitals. GuNDRY, Frank Joseph, M.D., Hopkins Building, Bakersfield, California. Leiand Stanford Junior University School of Medicine (Cooper Medical College), 1906. Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. GuNN, John A., B.A., M.D., C.B., O.B.E., 922 Somerset BuUding, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1904. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba; Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. GuNN, John Nisbett, D.S.O., M.B., M.R.C.S., (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), M.D., 309 Herald Block, Calgary, Alberta. Toronto University Faculty of Medicine, 1902. 434 American College of Surgeons GuNTER, Clarence, M.D., Amster Building, Globe, Arizona. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Division Surgeon, Arizona Eastern Railway. GOntzer, J. Henry, B.Sc, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hos- pital Medical College), 1889. Assistant Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Attending Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, United Hospital, Port Chester. GlTRD, Eraser Baillie, B.A., M.D., CM., 115 Stanley Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1906. Lecturer on Im- munology and Demonstrator of Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Assistant Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. GuSHEE, Edward Stockbridge, A.B., M.D., 519 West End Avenue, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Consulting Surgeon, Grace Hospital. Guthrie, Donald, Ph.B., M.D., Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1905. Surgeon, Robert Packer Hospital. GwATHMEY, LoMAX, M.D., 220 Freemason Street, Norfolk, Virginia. Uni- versity of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1889; Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1890. Surgeon, Out-Patient Depart- ment, Norfolk Protestant Hospital. Hacker, Charles William Louis, M.D., 352 Hudson Avenue, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1905. Hacker, Christian Gottlieb, Phar.G., M.D., 107 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1899. Hackett, Andrew R., M.D., 2035 West Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Drake University College of Medicine), 191 2. Chief Surgeon, Delray Industrial Hospital, Solvay Process Company. Hackett, Walter L., M.B., M.D., 712 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 19 10. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1913. Visiting Obstetrician and Gyne- cologist, Woman ' s Hospital; Chief Gynecologist, Samaritan Hospital. Hackett, William Alexander, M.B., 708 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1894. Attending Surgeon, Samaritan Hospital. Haceler, Garmeld McCoy, M.D., 303 Southwestern Life Building, Dallas, Texas. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1891. Professor of Surgery, Baylor University School of Medicine; Member of Surgical Staff, Parkland City Hospital, Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium. Hackney, William, M.D., M.R.C.S. (Lond.), L.R.C.P. (Eng.), Herald Building, Calgary, Alberta. University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine Alphabetical List of Fellows 435 (Trinity University Faculty of Medicine), 1897. Member of Staff, Cal- gary General and Holy Cross Hospitals. Madden, David, B.Sc., M.D., Oakland Bank of Savings Building, Oakland, California. Cooper Medical College, 1899. Haden, Henry C, M.D., 913 Union National Bank Building, Houston, Texas. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Hadley, Mubkay Nathan, B.Sc., M.D., 608 Hume-Mansiu ' Building, Indian- apolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine, 1903. Associate Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Member of Staff, Robert W. Long and Indianapolis City Hospitals. Hafford, George Clinton, M.D., 4003 South Superior Street, Albion, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1887. Hagens, Garrett J., M.D., 7207 South Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1891. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Englewood and Chicago Lying-in Hospitals. Hager, Walter A., Phar.G., M.D., North Lafayette Street, South Bend, Indiana. Jefferson Medical College, 1891. Surgeon, Epworth Hospital, South Bend, St. Joseph Hospital, Mishawaka. Hagerty, Hugh A., M.D., 1201 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michigan. Ohio State University, College of Medicine, 1898. Associate Professor of Gynecology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Gynecologist, Grace Hospital; Surgeon, German Protestant Home for Orphans and Old People. Hagerty, John F., M.D., 30 Wallace Place, Newark, New Jersey. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1892. Medical Director and Attending Surgeon, St. Michael ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, Home for Crippled Children. Haggard, William D., M.D., 706 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1893. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Medical Department; Sur- geon, St. Thomas ' Hospital. Hagner, Francis Randall, M.D., The Farragut, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1894. Pro- fessor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, George Washington University Medical School; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, George Washington University and Garfield Memorial Hospitals. Hagyard, Charlton Edward, M.D., 407 Lumber Exchange Building, Seattle, Washington. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1903. Member of Staff, Columbus Sanitarium, Minor Private and Providence Hospitals. Hahn, Oscar Herman, M.D., 2i2 North Hastings Avenue, Hastings, Ne- braska. Ensworth Medical College, 1908. Associate Surgeon, Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital. 436 American College of Surgeons Haines, W. D., M.D., 1606 Freeman Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1884. Assist- ant Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, First Surgical Service, Cincinnati General Hospital. Hairgrov£, John Whitlock, M.D., 339 East State Street, Jacksonville, Illinois. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1885. Attending Surgeon, Our Saviour ' s and Passavant Me- morial Hospitals. Hairston, Samuel Henry, B.Sc., M.D., Miazza-Woods Building, Meridian, Mississippi. University of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1904. Chief Surgeon, Matty Hersee Hospital. Halahan, Robert Edwin, B.A., M.B., M.D., Calle Suipacha 1156, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Faculty of Medicine, National University of Buenos Aires, 1907. Surgeon, Buenos Aires Hospital. Halderman, Stephen S., M.D., 826 Gay Street, Portsmouth, Ohio. Uni- versity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1875. Surgeon, Hempstead Hospital, Norfolk and Western Railway. Hale, Gordon Dyer, Ph.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Columbia University, Cqllege of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Hale, James Wyatt, M.D., 1520 Washington Street, Waco, Texas. Univer- sity of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1890. Haley, Peter Allen, M.D., 1582 Virginia Street, Charleston, West Virginia. Medical College of Virginia (University College of Medicine), 1899. Oculist and Aurist, Charleston General and McMillan Hospitals, Charles- ton, Sheltering Arms Hospital, Hansford. Hall, C. Lester, M.D., 2720 Troost Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri. Jeffer- son Medical College, 1867. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Hall, Charles A., M.D., 1021 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College), 1888; Western Reserve University School of Medicine (Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1899. Visiting Surgeon, St. John ' s and Woman ' s Hospitals; Chief Surgeon, Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway. Hall, Clarence Walter, M.D., Gage-Hall Clinic, Hutchinson, Kansas. Northwestern University Medical School, 191 1. Attending Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s and Hutchinson Methodist Hospitals. Hall, Edward P., M.D., 124 West Thirty-third Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Ensworth Medical College, 1897. Professor of Rhinolog - and Oto- Laryngology, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, St. Margaret ' s Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas, University of Kansas Bell Memorial Hospital, Rosedale, Kansas; Attending Otologist, St. Anthony ' s Home for Infants. Alphabetical List of Fellows 437 Hall, George WnxiAM, M.D., CM., Victoria, British Columbia. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1905. Surgeon, Provincial Royal Jubilee and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Hall, Joseph Arda, M.D., 628 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1897. Attend- ing Surgeon, Gynecological Staff, Cincinnati General Hospital. Hall, Joseph Underwood, M.D., 133 Geary Street, San Francisco, California. Jefferson Medical College, 1889. Hall, Marshall K., M.D., CM., Corbett Building, Portland, Oregon. McGill University Faculty of Medicine, 1893. Hall, Rufus Bartlett, A.M., M.D., 628 Ehn Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1872. Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Gynecologist, Cincinnati General Hospital. Haller, J. T., B.Sc., M.D., 205 Security Building, Davenpxjrt, Iowa. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. H llett, DeWayne, M.D., 274 West Eighty-sixth Street, New YoVk, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1889. Surgeon, New York Ophthalmic and Hahnemann Hospitals, Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children. Halloran, Paul S., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1899. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Halpenny, Jasper, M.A., M.D., CM., 702 Sterling Bank Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1900. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery and Director of Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba; Senior Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Halsey, Frederick W., M.D., 272 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. George Washington University Medical School, 1871. Emeritus Professor of Diseases of the Rectum, Boston University School of Medicine; Con- sultant in Diseases of the Rectum, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. Halstead, Albert E., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1890. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Senior Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Halsted, Thomas H., M.D., Syracuse Clinic, Syracuse, New York. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1887. Professor of Oto-Laryngology, Syracuse University College of Medicine; Otologist and Laryngologist, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Infirmary, Syracuse Memorial and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals, Syracuse Free Dispensary; ConsulUnt, Hospital Good Shep- herd, Syracuse University. 438 American College of Surgeons Halsted, William Stewart, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, LL.D., 1201 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1877. Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medi- cal Department; Surgeon-in-Chief and Director of Surgical Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Hamann, Carl A., M.D., 416 Osbom Building, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1890. Professor of Applied Anatomy and Clinical Surgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, St. Vincent ' s Charity and Cleveland City Hospitals. Hamer, Homer G., M.D., 723 Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1904. Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine; Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Protestant Deaconess and Methodist Episcopal Hospitals; Attending Surgeon, Genito-Urinary Service, Indianapolis City and Robert W. Long Memorial Hospitals. Hamilton, Albert G., M.D., Fifth Street and Broadway, Thermopolis, Wyo- ming. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1888. Chief Surgeon, Hopewell Hospital. Hamilton, Charles Sumner, A.B., M.D., 188 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Columbus Medical College), 1887. Surgeon, Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel. Hamilton, Gavin, M.D., CM., 610 Scanlon Building, Houston, Texas. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1894. Surgeon, Baptist Sani- tarium and Hospital. Hamilton, Herschel P., M.D., 617 City National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebraska. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1887. Surgeon, Swedish Mission Hospital. Hamilton, Luther H., M.D., Journal Building, Portland, Oregon. Jefferson Medical College, 1901. Instructor in Clinical Surgery, University of Oregon Medical School; Surgeon, Good Samaritan and Multnomah County Hospitals. Hamilton, T. Glendenning, M.D., 210 Somerset Block, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (Manitoba Medical College), 1903. Lecturer on Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba; Assistant Surgeon, Winnipeg General Hospital. Hamilton, William Drake, A.M., M.D., East Broad Street and Columbia Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Columbus Medical College), 1883. Surgeon, Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel. Hamlin, Oliver D., M.Sc, M.D., Federal Realty Building, Oakland, Cali- fornia. Leland Stanford Junior University School of Medicine, 1894. Chief Surgeon, County Receiving Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Samuel Merritt Hospital; Surgeon, Providence Hospital; Division Surgeon, Southern Pacific Company. Alphabetical List of Fellows 439 Hammer, A. Wiese, M.D., 218 South Fifteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (Medico-Chirurgi- cal College), 1901. Instructor of Anatomy, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Surgeon, American Hospital; Assistant Oral Surgeon, Philadelphia General Hospital. Hammett, Charles Maddox, M.D., 1330 I Street, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1892. Clinical and Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Georgetown Univer- sity School of Medicine; Senior Ophthalmic Surgeon, Providence Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Georgetown University Hospital. Hammond, Frank C, M.D., 331 1 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Jefferson Medical College, 1895. Dean and Adjunct Professor of G}Tiecology, Temple University, Department of Medicine; Visiting Oljstetrician, Philadelphia General Hospital; Assistant Gynecologist, Samaritan Hospital; Visiting Gynecologist, Philadelphia Hospital for Contagious Diseases. Hammond, Robert R., M.D., 435 Park Street, West, Stockton, California. Cooper Medical College, 1897, Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Home and Hospital; Surgeon, Southern Pacific and Western Pacific Railways. Hammond, Roland, M.D., 219 Waterman Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Orthopedic Surgeon, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket; Consulting Ortho- pedic Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Providence City Hospitals. Hammond, Walter C, M.D., 737 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois. Uni- versity of Illinois College of Medicine, 191 1. Associate in Obstetrics, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Member of Staff, Lake View Hospital. Hampton, Robert R., M.D., 806 Boston Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1900. Oculist and Aurist, St. Mark ' s Hospital. Hanan, James T., M.D., 11 The Crescent, Montclair, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Attending Sur- geon, Mountainside Hospital. Hancock, James Cole, M.D., 135 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Con- sulting Ophthalmologist, Brooklyn State and Coney Island Hospitals. Hancock, John C, A.B., M.D., 209 Bank and Insurance Building, Dubuque, Iowa. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Surgeon, Finley Hospital. Handly, James White, B.Sc, M.D., 714 Independent Life Building, Nash- ville, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1887. Consulting Surgeon, Central Hospital for Insane. Hanes, Granville S., M.D., Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Hospital College of Medicine), 1900. Professor of Diseases of the Rectum, University of Louisville, 440 American College of Surgeons Medical Departmentj Surgeon, LouisvUIe City Hospital, John N. Norton Memorial Infinnary. Hanford, Peter Oliver, A.B., M.D., 720 North Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver College of Medicine), 1898. Hanna, Minford Armour, M.D., Lathrop Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Medical College), 1903. Obstetrician, Swedish, St. Vincent ' s, Christian Church, Kansas City Ge neral, and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Hanna, Robert A., M.D., Lehmann Building, Peoria, Illinois. State Uni- versity of Iowa College of Medicine (Keokuk Medical College), 1894. Hannan, Charles Edmund, M.D., 531 Locust Street, Johnstown„ Pennsyl- vania. Jefferson Medical College, 1892. Surgeon, Conemaugh Valley Memorial and Mercy Hospitals. Hanner, John W., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Vanderbilt University, Medical Department, 1901. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Hansell, Haywood S., A.B., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia. Emory University School of Medi- cine (Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1899. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Array. Hanson, Knud, M.D., Canon Block, Grand Junction, Colorado. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver College of Medicine), 1898. Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Hospital. Happel, Horace E., A.B., M.D., Wall Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Jefferson Medical College, 1910. Instructor in Gynecology, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Assistant Gynecologist, St. John ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Missouri Pacific Railway Hospital. Harbin, Robert Maxwell, A.B., M.D., 100 Third Avenue, Rome, Georgia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1888. Surgeon, Harbin Hospital. Harbin, William Pickens, A.B., M.D., 100 Third Avenue, Rome, Georgia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1897. Surgeon, Harbin Hospital. Harden, Albert Scott, M.D., 540 Warren Street, Newark, New Jersey. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1901. Assistant Visiting Surgeon, St. Michael ' s Hospital ; Associate Visiting Surgeon, Newark City Hospital. Hardie, Thomas Melville, B.A., M.B., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1888. Laryn- gologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Hardin, Lewis Sage, M.D., 812 Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Southern Medical College), 1898. Sur- Alphabetical List of Fellows 441 geon, St. Joseph ' s Infinnary, MacVicar Hospital of Spelman Seminary; Visiting Surgeon, Piedmont Sanitarium, Georgia Baptist Hospital. Hardt, Albert Frederick, M.D., 414 Pine Street, Williamsport, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1902, Surgeon, Williamsport Private Hospital. Hardy, Irvin, M.D., CM., Willy and Prospect Streets, Morgantown, West Virginia. Maryland Medical College, 1899; University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1903; Queen ' s University, Faculty of Medicine, 1909. Clinical Professor of Surgery, West Virginia University School of Medicine; Surgeon in Charge, City Hospital. Hardy, Walter, M.D., 212 First Avenue, Southwest, Ardmore, Oklahoma. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1893. Surgeon in Charge, Hardy Sanitarium. Hare, Charles Henry, Ph.B., A.M., M.D., 483 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Instructor in Gyne- cology, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon, Massa- chusetts Women ' s Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, City Hospital, Quincy, Boston Dispensary, Boston. Hare, Earle Russell, A.B., M.D., 730 La Salle Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1900. Hare, George Ray, A.M., M.D., 107 East Thirty-ninth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1898. Assistant Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Nassau Hospital, Mineola. Hardens, Charles William, M.D., River View Boulevard, Hot Springs, South Dakota. Northwestern University Medical School, 1891. Chief of Staff and Chief Surgeon, Lutheran Sanatorium and Hospital; District Surgeon, Chicago and Northwestern Railway. Harger, John Ross, B.Sc., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1906. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Illinois, Attending Surgeon, Garfield Park and Illinois Masonic Hospitals. Hargrave, Edward Thomas, Ph.G., M.D., 311 Taylor BuDding, Norfolk, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1900. Gynecologist, Protestant Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Florence Crittenton Home. Hargrove, Reuben Morgan, B.Sc, M.D., Humble Building, Houston, Texas. University of Texas Department of Medicine, 191 2. Orthop edic Surgeon, Municipal and Houston Tuberculosis Hospitals. Harkness, Gordon F., M.Sc., M.D., 509 New Putnam Building, Davenport, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1902. Oculist and Aurist, Mercy and St. Luke ' s Hospitals, Harnagel, Edward John, M.D., 913 Bankers Trust Building, Des Moines, Iowa. Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1910. Attending Surgeon, Iowa Methodist, Iowa Lutheran and Des Moines City Ho itals. 442 American College of Surgeons Harper, William Wade, A.B., A.M., M.D., 201 Broad Street, Selma, Ala- bama. Tulane University of Louisiana, 1891. Surgeon, Union Street Hospital. Harpster, Charles Melvin, Phar.G., M.D., Wedgewood Building, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Medical College, 1896. Director, Genito-Urinary Surgery, St. Vincent ' s Hospital, Harrar, James Aitken, M.D., 100 East Sixty-sixth Street, New York, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1901. Attending Surgeon, Lying-in Hospital. Harrell, Samuel Newbern, M.D., 424 Main Street, Tarboro, North Carolina. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1897. Attending Surgeon, Edgecomb General Hospital. Harrelson, Nathan O., M.D., 638 Lathrop Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Medical College), 1894. Surgeon-in-Chief, Swedish Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Harriman, Alpha H., M.D., 440 Main Street, Laconia, New Hampshire. Bowdoin Medical School (Medical School of Maine), 1883. Surgeon, Laconia Hospital. Harrington, Gove S., M.D., 328 Convent Avenue, New York, New York. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1892. Visiting Surgeon, Metropolitan Hospital, Black well ' s Island; Consulting Surgeon, Broad Street Hospital. Harrington, James Taylor, A.B., M.D., 100 South Hamilton Street, Pough- keepsie, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1906. Attending Surgeon, Vassar Brothers ' Hospital. Harrington, Stuart William, M.S., M.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minne- sota. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1913. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and Colonial Hospitals. Harris, Burton, M.D., 475 Greene Ave nue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Consulting Genito- Urinary Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital. Harris, Charles Houston, M.D., 1028 Fifth Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas. St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Chief Surgeon, Harris Sanitarium. Harris, Chester Ellis, A.M., M.D., Pioneer Building, Basin, Wyoming. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1906. Surgeon, Basin Hospital. Harris, Harry B., M.D,, mo Fidelity Medical Building, Dayton, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Head of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Miami Valley Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Dr. Harris ' Private Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital. Harris, Herbert Taylor, M.D., Pioneer Building, Basin, Wyoming. Creigh- ton College of Medicine, 1902. Surgeon, Basin Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 443 Harris, Malcolm LaSalle, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1882. Professor of Surgery, Chicago Policlinic; Chief Surgeon, Alexian Brothers ' Hospital; Surgeon, Henrotin Memorial and Passavant Hospitals, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital. Harris, Philander A., M.D., 26 Church Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Uni- versity of Michigan Medical School, 1872; Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1873. Visiting GsTiecologist and Obstetrician, Paterson General Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Passaic General Hospital, Passaic, Miriam Bamert Memorial Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey State Hospital, Greystone Park, Lynn Hospital, Sussex. Harris, Ray R., M.D., 1270 Main Street, Dubuque, Iowa. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1906. Member of Staff, St. Joseph ' s Mercy Hospital; Surgeon, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy and Chicago Great Western Railroads. Harris, Rowland Hell, A.B., M.D., L.R.C.P. S. (Edin.), L.F.P. S. (Glas.), F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 41 North Washington Avenue, Battle Creek, Michigan. University of Illinois College of Medicine (American Medical Missionary College), 1901. Surgeon, Maple Street and Nichols Memorial Hospitals. Harris, Thomas Jefferson, A.M., M.D., 104 East Fortieth Street, New York, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1889. Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Surgeon, Throat Department, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Consultant, Diseases of the Throat and Nose, New York Skin and Cancer Hospital. Harris, Wilbur Howard, M.D., CM., 1276 King Street, West, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1888. Surgeon, Grace Hospital, Hospital for Incurables. Harrison, Archibald Cunningham, M.D., 31 East North Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1887. Professor of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Surgeon, Mercy and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals; Staff Surgeon, Hospital for Women of Maryland, Church Home and Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Charity Hospital. Harrison, Benjamin I., B.Sc, M.S., M.D., Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Lincoln Memorial University Medical Department), 1913. Harrison, George Tucker, M.A., M.D., University of Virginia, University, Virginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1856. Con- sulting Surgeon, Woman ' s Hospital, New York. Harrison, John Darley, M.D., CM., 10033 One Hundred Sixth Street, Edmonton, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1891. Visiting Surgeon, Royal Alexandra and General Hospitals. 444 American College of Surgeons Harkison, Paul Wilberforce, B.Sc, M.D., Bahrein, Bahrein Islands. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1908., Harrison, William Groce, B.Sc, M.D., 903 Empire Building, Birmingham, Alabama. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1892. Professor of Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases, Alabama Graduate School of Medicine. Harrold, Charles Cotton, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 550 Orange Street, Macon, Georgia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902. Attending Surgeon, Macon Hospital. Harrower, David, M.D., 13 Elm Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1884. Consulting Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, Wor- cester City, Memorial, and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals, Hospital Cottages for Children, Baldwinsville, Milford Hospital, Milford. Harry, Charles Rees, M.D., F. and M. Bank Building, Stockton, California. Leland Stanford Junior University School of Medicine, 1890. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Home and Hospital, Dameron Hospital, Western Pacific Railway. Harsha, William McIntire, A.B., M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1883. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Harsha, William Thomas, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1908. Hart, Arthur O., M.D., 200 East Walker Street, St. Johns, Michigan. College of Medicine and Surgery, 1894. Surgeon, St. Johns Hospital. Hart, Edward Charles, M.D., CM., 643 Courtenay Street, Victoria, British Columbia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1894. Surgeon, Provincial Royal Jubilee and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Hart, W. Lee, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washington, Dis- trict of Columbia. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1906. Major, Medical Corps, United States Army. Harte, Richard H., M.D., C.M.G., F.R.C S. (Ire.), Hon., 1503 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1878, Emeritus Surgeon, Pennsylvania Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and St. Timothy ' s Memorial Hospitals, Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington. Hartford, John S., M.D., 411 First National Bank Building, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. University of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Med- ical College), 1901. Professor of Gynecology, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; Consulting Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Hospital; Attend- ing Gynecologist, State University Hospital. Hartman, Frank T., M.D., 623 Mulberry Street, Waterloo, Iowa. Rush Medical College, 1897. Member of Stafif, Synodical Presbyterian and St. Francis Hospitals. Alphabetical List of Fellows 445 Hartshorn, Willis E., Ph.B., M.D., 67 Trumbull Street, New Haven, Con- necticut. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1898. Clinical Pro- fessor of Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, New Haven Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Griffin Hospital, Derby; Chief of Staff, Surgical Department, New Haven Disf ensary. Hartshoejje, Isaac, B.A., M.D., 30 West Fifty-ninth Street, New York, New York. Harvard Medical School, 1908. Consulting Ophthalmologist, House of the Holy Comforter; Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Assistant Ophthalmologist, Out-Patient Department, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Hartsock, Frederick M., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1897. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Hartweix, John A., Ph.B., M.D., 27 East Sixty-third Street, New York, New York. Yale University School of Medicine, 1892. Associate Professor and Clinical Professor of Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Director of Surgery, Bellevue Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, General Memorial Hospital, Lincoln Hospital and Home, New York, Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, United Hospital, Port Chester. Hartwell, John B., A.B., M.D., Bums Building, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Hartzell, Sol. M., M.D., DoUar Savings and Trust Company Building, Youngstown, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1901. Surgeon, Youngstown Hospital, Republic Iron and Steel, Youngstown Sheet and Tube, Brier Hill Iron and Carnegie Steel Companies, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Harvey, Andrew Magee, M.Sc., M.D., 836 South Michigan Avenue, Chi- cago, Illinois. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Phy- sicians and Surgeons, Chicago), 1893. Chief Surgeon, Crane Company. Harvey, Charles Henry, M.D., Sixty-third and Jefferson Streets, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Phila- delphia, 1893. Chief Surgeon, West Philadelphia General Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary. Harvey, Clifford Dawes, B.Sc, M.D., 510 Conmaonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 19 10. Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Boston University School of Medi- cine; Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, Boston; Visiting Surgeon, Westboro State Hospital, Westboro. Harvey, James Alexander, M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1896. Member of Associate Staff, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Harvey, Norman Darrell, M.D., 112 Waterman Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1888. Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Rhode Island and City 446 American College of Surgeons Hospitals, Providence; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Newport Hospital, Newport, Providence Lying-in and Butler Hospitals, Providence. Harvey, Samuel Clark, Ph.B., M.D., New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut. Yale University School of Medicine, igii. Associate Pro- fessor of Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, New Haven Hospital and Dispensary. Harvey, Thomas William, A.M., M.D., 59 Main Street, Orange, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Phys icians and Surgeons, 1878. Consult- ing Surgeon, Orange Memorial Hospital and New Jersey Orthopedic Hospital and Dispensary. Harvie, John Bruce, M.D., CM., 41 Second Street, Troy, New York. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1881. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Albany Medical College; Surgeon, Samaritan Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, St. Joseph ' s Maternity Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Leonard Hospital. Harwood, L. de L., M.D., 228 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal (Laval University, Faculty of Medicine), 1890. Haseltine, Burton, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1896. Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, Hahnemann Medical College and Hos- pital; Attending Rhinologist, Hahnemann Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Cook County Hospital; Consulting Eye and Ear Surgeon, Chicago Home for the Friendless. Haskell, Louis Wardlaw, A.B., M.D., Bank of Commerce Building, Mem- phis, Tennessee. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1903. Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Tennessee, College of Medi- cine; Attending Surgeon, Memphis General Hospital. Haskell, William L., M.D., in Pine Street, Lewiston, Maine. Bowdoin Medical School (Medical School of Maine), 1894. Haskin, William Henry, M.D., 40 East Forty-first Street, New York, New York. University of California Medical School, 1889. Assistant Sur- geon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. Haskins, John Bunyan, M.D., 605 Volunteer Building, Chattanooga, Ten- nessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1907. Member of Surgical Staff, Baroness Erlanger Hospital. Haslam, George James, B.Sc, M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 215 East Fifth Street, Fremont, Nebraska. National University of Ireland (Royal University of Ireland), Dublin, 1880. Hassig, John Franklin, M.D., 800 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City. Kansas. University of Kansas School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Kansas City), 1899. Attending Surgeon, St. Margaret ' s Hospital. Hastie, John Dearborn, A.M., M.D., 122 East Fulton Street, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904, Attending Surgeon, Blodgett Memorial Hospital. p Alphabetical List of Fellows 447 Hatch, Edward Sparhawk, M.D., 3439 Prytania Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Harvard Medical School, 1899. Chief Orthopedic Surgeon, Touro Infirmary; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, New Orleans Dispen- sary and Hospital for Women and Children. Hatfield, Henry Drury, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 1550 Fifth Avenue, Hunting- ton, West Virginia. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1893; University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1904. Surgeon, Greater Huntington Hospital Association, Huntington, Williamson Hos- pital, Williamson, Baltimore and Ohio, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroads. Hatfield, Raymond Lefever, M.D., 508 First National Bank Building, Dan- ville, Illinois. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital (Chicago Homeopathic Medical College), 1903. Hathaway, George S., M.D., United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Hauer, ARTHxm M., M.D., 327 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Ohio Medical University), 1906. Assistant Professor of Oto-Lar3mgology, Ohio State University College of Medicine; Oculist and Oto-Larjmgologist Grant Hospital; Assistant Oto-LarjTigologist, St. Francis Hospital. Hauser, Charles D., M.D., 138 West Rayen Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1896. Attending Sur- geon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Hausman, W. A., Jr., M.S., M.D., 1116 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1902. Dean of Surgical Department, Sacred Heart Hospital. Haussling, Francis Reynolds, B.Sc, M.D., 661 High Street, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Attending Surgeon, Newark City and Newark Memorial Hospitals; Adjunct Surgeon, Hospital of St. Barnabas; Consulting Surgeon, Home for Incurables and Hospital. Hawk, George Willlam, M.Sc, M.D., Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Penn- sylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 191 1. Asso- ciate Surgeon, Robert Packer Hospital. Hawkes, Edward M. Z., A.M., M.D., 84 Washington Street, Newark, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1890. Gynecologist, Newark City and St. James Hospitals; Surgeon, Presbyterian and Newark Maternity Hospitals; Adjunct Surgeon, Hospital of St. Barnabas; Consultant in Gynecology, Essex County Hospital for Insane. Hawkes, Forbes, A.B., M.D., 124 East Sixty-fifth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1891. Associate in Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Associate Attending Surgeon, Presbyterian Hospital; Con- suldng Surgeon, Nassau Hospital, Mineola, St. Joseph ' s Hospital, Far Rockaway, Loomis Sanitarium, Liberty. 448 American College of Surgeons Hawkins, Arthur Hanson, M.D., Center Street, Cumberland, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1895. Surgeon, Western Maryland Hospital; Con- sulting Surgeon, Miners ' Hospital, Frostburg. Hawkins, William Henry, M.D., 149 Pine Street, Lewiston, Maine. Jeffer- son Medical College, 1893. Surgeon, Central Maine General Hospital, Grand Trunk Railroad. Haworth, Elwood B., M.D., 145 North Craig Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1883. Visiting Surgeon, Western Pennsylvania Hospital. Hayd, Herman E., M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 493 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1881. Sur- geon, Memorial and Deaconess Hospitals. Hayden, A.m., M.D., 22 Walnut Street, Evansville, Indiana. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling-Ohio Medical College), 1875. Surgeon, Hayden Hospital. Hayden, Austin A., B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 25 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Chief of Department of Rhinology, Otology, and Laryngology, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Ophthalmologist and Oto-Laryngologist, St. Bernard ' s and People ' s Hospitals. Hayden, John Gardner, B.Sc, M.D,, 1222 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Rush Medical College, 1904. Attending Surgeon, Kansas City General and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Hayden, Reynolds, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1905. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Hayes, Alexander Newlands, M.B., M.D., 137 Wellington Street, Sarnia, Ontario. Western University, Faculty of Medicine, 1890; University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1890. Consulting Surgeon, Samia General Hospital; District Surgeon, Grand Trunk Railway. Hayes, Charles Arthur, M.D., Canton Hospital, Canton, China. University of California Medical School, 1900. Professor of Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, Kung Yee Medical College; Surgeon in Charge, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Canton Hospital. Hayes, Dennis J., M.D., 1014 Majestic Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Northwestern University Medical School, 1879. Surgeon, Misericordia Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Johnston Emergency Hospital. Haynes, Irving Samuel, Ph.B., M.D., D.Sc, 107 West Eighty-fifth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- lege (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1887. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Cornell University Med ical CoUege; Director of Gynecology, Harlem Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Park Hospital; Consult- ing Surgeon, Reconstruction and Washington Square Hospitals, New York, Physicians Hospital, Plattsburg. Alphabetical List of Fellows 449 Haynes, James Plummer, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. VanderbUt University, Medical Depart- ment, 1901. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Hays, George L., M.D., Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Surgeon, Mercy Hospital. Hays, Harold M., A.M., M.D., 2178 Broadway, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Laryn- gologist and Otologist, City Hospital; Associate Lar3aigologist, Riverside Hospital; Consulting Otologist, Sanitarium for Hebrew Children, Far Rockaway. Hayward, Eugeke Henderson, M.D., 23 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Med- ical College), 1901. Associate in Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons. Hazelton, William F., M.D., 97 Westminster Street, Bellows Falls, Vermont. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1884. Attend- ing Surgeon, Rockingham Hospital. Heald, Clarence Linden, M.D., Sigoumey Hospital, Sigoumey, Iowa. University of Peimsylvania School of Medicine, 1893. Surgeon, Sigoumey Hospital. Healy, Henry Herbert, M.D., Northwestern National Bank Building, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Rush Medical College, 1892. Special Lec- turer, University of North Dakota College of Medicine; Surgeon, St. Michael ' s and Deaconess Hospitals. Healy, William P., Ph.B., M.D., 525 Park Avenue, New York, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1900. Surgeon, Ford- ham Hospital; Gynecologist, Misericordia Hospital; Junior G3mecologist, Roosevelt Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Bronx Maternity Hospital, New York, Sea View Hospital, Castleton Comers, Lawrence Hospital, Bronxville, Northern Westchester Hospital, Mt. Kisco. Heaney, Noble Sproat, A.B., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1904. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Acting Head, Department Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush Medical College; Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Pres- byterian Hospital. Hearst, W illl m L., B.Sc., Ph.B., M.D., 903 Main Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1897. He. th, Albert Cheney, A.B., M.D., 339 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minne- sota. University of Minnesota IMedical School, 1894. Rhinologist and Laryngologist, City and St. Luke ' s Hospitals, State Hospital for Indigent, Crippled and Deformed Children, Northern Pacific Railway. 45© American College of Surgeons Heath, Homer H., B.Sc, M.D., 656 Spitzer Building, Toledo, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1903. Visiting Surgeon, Flower and St. Vincent ' s Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Maternity and Children ' s Hospitals. Heazlit, Ledra, M.D., 149 Genesee Street, Auburn, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1897. Surgeon, Auburn City Hos- pital. Hebb, Arthtjr, M.D., 330 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore Medical College), 1898. Assistant, Out-Pa tient Department, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Proctologist, St. Agnes ' and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum. Heckel, Edward B., A.M., M.D., 719 Jenkins Arcade Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. Ophthalmologist, Allegheny General Hospital. Hedblom, Carl Arthur, A.M., M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. Harvard Medical School, 1911. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and Colonial Hospitals (Mayo Clinic). Hedges, B. van D., A.M., M.D., 703 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1891. Attending Surgeon, Muhlenberg Hospital. Hedges, Ellis Walton, A.M., M.D., 703 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1883. Attend- ing Surgeon, Muhlenberg Hospital. BfeDGES, Halstead Sh man, B.Sc, A.M., M.D., 104 East Market Street, Charlottesville, Virginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medi- cine, 1892. Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Virginia, Depart- ment of Medicine. Heeve, William L., Ch.G., M.D., 138 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, New York. Eclectic Medical College of the City of New York, 1898. Surgeon, Cum- berland Street, Mutual, and Prospect Heights Hospitals, Brooklyn Maternity. Heffenger, Arthur Cowton, M.D., 53 Austin Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1875. Surgeon, Portsmouth Hospital. Heflebower, Robert Colwell, M.D., 22 West Seventh Street, Cinciimati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical Col- lege), 1889. Oculist, Aurist, and Director of Eye and Ear Clinic, Seton Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Deaconess Hospital. Heflin, Howell T., M.D., 407 Empire Building, Birmingham, Alabama. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1893. Heflin, Wyatt, M.D., 3216 Clifif Road, Birmingham, Alabama. Jefferson Medical College, 1884. Gynecologist, Hillman Hospital; Member of Staff, South Highland ' s Infirmary. Alphabetical List of Fellows 451 Heggie, Nokman M., M.D., Buckman Building, Jacksonville, Florida. Uni- versity of Maryland School of Medicine, 1902. Oculist and Aurist, St. Luke ' s Hospital. Hegner, Casper Frank, M.D., Metropolitan Building, Denver, Colorado. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (University of Cincinnati, Medical Department), 1902. Heiner, Robert Gr. ham, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 190c. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy, Hejinian, Aram G., M.D., 216 Main Street, Anamosa, Iowa. Rush Medical College, 1893. Surgeon in Charge, Mercy Hospital. Held, R. Johnson, M.D., 3531 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Columbia University CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898. Helfrich, Charles H., M.D., 542 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1884. Professor of Ophthalmology, Department of Instruction, New York Ophthalmic Hospital; Surgeon, New York Ophthalmic Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Hahnemann Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Eye and Ear Departments, Yonkers Homeopathic Hospital and Maternity, Yonkers, New York, Homeopathic Hospital of Essex County, Newark, New Jersey. Hellman, Alfred M., A.B., M.D., 2 West Eighty-skth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Gynecologist, Lenox HiU Hospital Dispensary; Attending Obste- trician, Sydenham Hospital. Helms, John S., A.B., M.D., 812 Citizens Bank Building, Tampa, Florida. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1891. Chief Surgeon, Tampa Children ' s Home; Chief of Stafif and Director of Division of Surgery, Bayside Hospital; Consulting Sur- geon, Gordon Keller Memorial Hospital. Helmuth, William Tod, M.D., 616 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1887. Professor of Surgery, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; Visiting Surgeon and Chief of Surgical Staff, New York Homeo- pathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Broad Street Hospital, Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children, New York, New York State Hospital for Crippled and Deformed Children, West Haverstraw, Middletown State Homeopathic Hospital, Middletown, White Plains Hospital, White Plains, Yonkers Homeopathic Hospital and Maternity, Yonkers, Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, New York, Essex County Hospital, Cedar Grove, St. Mary ' s Hospital, Passaic, New Jersey. Helton, Alfred Joseph, A.B., M.D., 406 Masonic Temple, Yakima, Wash- ington. Rush Medical College, 1902. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Hemmeon, James Albert Moran, A.B., M.D., 41 Spring Garden Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia. University of Maryland School of Medicine (Col- 452 American College of Surgeons lege of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1896. Consulting Surgeon, Camp Hill Hospital; Surgeon, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Massa- chusetts-Halifax Health Clinic. Hendee, Lawrence, A.B., M.D., 346 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1897. Consulting Sur- geon, J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital, Perrysburg, Homeopathic Hospital, Buffalo. Henderson, Andrew Mitchell, A.B., M.D., 824 J Street, Sacramento, California. Cooper Medical College, 1893. Division Surgeon, Hospital Department, Southern Pacific Railway. Henderson, E. E., M.D., 644 Linden Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1896. Attending Surgeon, Norwegian Lutheran Deacon- ess, St. Elizabeth ' s and Norwegian-American Hospitals, Chicago. Henderson, Frank Laramore, M.D., 501 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1888. Henderson, James P., M.D., 3615 Wabash Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri. University Medical College, Kansas City, 1903. Surgeon, Kansas City General and Christian Church Hospitals. Henderson, Melvin Starkey, M.B., M.D., 428 Fourth Street, Southwest, Rochester, Minnesota. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1906. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Mayo Founda- tion; Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and Colonial Hospitals (Mayo Clinic). Henderson, Willmm Baird, M.D., 724 Presqueisle Street, Philipsburg, Peimsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1886. Senior Surgeon, Cottage State Hospital. Henderson, William Thomas, M.D., 259 St. Francis Street, Mobile, Alabama. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1896. Visiting Surgeon, Provi- dence Infirmary and Mobile City Hospital. Hendon, George A., M.D., Francis Building, LouisvUle, Kentucky. Uni- versity of Louisville, Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1894. Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery, and Clinical Sur- gery, University of Louisville, Medical Department; Member of Visiting StaiOf, Louisville City and St. Anthony ' s Hospitals. Hendrick, Arthur Clinton, A.M., M.B., F.R.C.S. (Edm.), 20 Bloor Street, E t, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1900. Demonstrator of Gsmecology, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; Assistant Gynecologist, Toronto General Hospital; Member of Associate Staff and Assistant Pathologist, Grace Hospital. Hendry, William Belfry, A.B., M.B., D.S.O., 112 College Street, Toronto, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1904. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of- Toronto, Fac ulty of Medicine; Senior Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Toronto General Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 453 Henning, David M., M.D., 624 Exchange Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hospital Medical College), 1900; Columbia University, College of Ph ' sicians and Surgeons, 1902. Visiting Surgeon, Department of Proctology, Memphis General, St. Joseph ' s and Crippled Children ' s Hospitals; Surgeon, Louis dlle and Nashville Railway. Henntngeb, Lotns LeRoy, M.D., 401 City National Bank Building, Council Bluffs, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1902. Otol- ogist, Laryngologist, and RJiinologist, Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital. Henntngton, Chakt.f-S W., B.Sc., M.D., 633 Park Avenue, Rochester, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Assistant Surgeon, Rochester General Hospital; Surgeon, Rochester State Hospital. Henry, Charles K. P., M.D., CM., 4549 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Quebec. Facvdty of Medicine, McGUl University, 1900. Demonstrator of Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Assistant Sur- geon, Montreal General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Mackay Institute for Protestant Deaf Mutes and the Blind; Surgeon, Canadian National Railways, Montreal Division. Henry, John Goodrich, B.Sc., M.D., 33 Pleasant Street, Winchendon, Massachusetts. Dartmouth Medical School, i88i. Surgeon, Millers River Hospital. Henry, Walter O., M.D., 917 Baker-Detwiler Building, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1879. Henson, James William, M.D., 405 Allen Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1889. Associate Professor of Surgery, Medical College of Virginia; Surgeon, Virginia and Memorial Hospitals. Hepburn, Howard Havelock, M.D., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Bank of Montreal Building, Edmonton, Alberta. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1910. Hepbttrn, James J., A.B., M.D., 56 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical Sdiool, 191 9. Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Instructor in Surgery, Tufts College Medical School; Surgeon to Out- patients, Boston City Hospital. Hepburn, Thomas N., A.M., M.D., 179 Allyn Street, Hartford, Connecticut. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Assistant Sur- geon and Cystoscopist, Hartford Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, New Britain General Hospital, New Britain; Consulting Urologist, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, Torrington, and Manchester General Hospital. Hepperlen, Harry M., M.D., 114 South Sixth Street, Beatrice, Nebraska. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Keokuk Medical College), 1891; Jefferson Medical College, 1896. Chief Surgeon, Lutheran and Mennonite Deaconess Hospitals. 454 American College of Surgeons Herbst, Robert H., M.D., 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1900. Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Rush Medical College; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Henrotin Memorial Hospital; Attending Urologist, Presbyterian Hospital. Herff, Adolph, M.D., 312 Avenue C, San Antonio, Texas. Jefferson Medical College, 1880. Surgeon, Santa Rosa Infirmary. Herpf, Ferdinand Peter, M.D., 707 Central Trust Building, San Antonio, Texas. Jefferson Medical College, 1905. Attending Surgeon and Member of Staff, Santa Rosa Infirmary. Hermesch, Harry R., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1907. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Herrick, Alfred B., A.B., M.D., Hospital de Panama, Panama, Republic of Panama. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1898. Sur- geon, Hospital de Panama. Herrick, Frederick C, A.B., M.D., 465 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1897. Associate in Sur- gery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Cleveland City Hospital; Assistant Visiting Surgeon and Visiting Urol- ogist, St. Vincent ' s Charity Hospital. Herrick, John Francis, M.D., Hofmann Building, Ottumwa, Iowa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine (Keokuk Medical College), 1891. Member of Surgical Staff, Ottumwa and St. Joseph Hospitals. Herrick, William Post, B.A., M.A., M.D., 61 East Seventy-third Street, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898. Chief of Surgery and Clinical Director, Hudson Street Hospital; Consulting Urologist, United States Public Health Service Hos- pital, No. 61, Fox Hills, Staten Island. Herring, Benjamin Simms, M.D., Green and Spring Streets, Wilson, North Carolina. University of Michigan Medical School, 1900. Surgeon, Moore- Herring Hospital. Hertzberg, George Robert Reinhold, M.D., 40 South Street, Stamford, Connecticut. Dartmouth Medical College, 1899. Surgeon, Stamford Hospital. Hertzler, Arthur E., B.Sc, A.M., M.D., Ph.D., 1316 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Northwestern University Medical School, 1894. Professor of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s, Halstead, and St. Mary ' s Hospitals. Hess, Elmer, M.D., 501 Conmaerce Building, Erie, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1911. Urologist, St. Vincent ' s Hospital; Consulting Urologist, Infant ' s Home. Hess, Louis Thales, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Jefferson Medical College, 1895. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Alphabetical List of Fellows 455 Hessert, William, M.D., 547 FuUerton Parkway, Chicago, Illinois. North- western University Medical School, 1892. Professor of Surgery, Chicago Policlinic; Attending Surgeon, Grant, Alexian Brothers ' , Henrotin Memo- rial Hospitals, Chicago Policlinic and Hospital, Uhlich Orphan Asylum. Hetherington, Ellery M., M.D., 738 Lathrop Building, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Maryland School of Medicine (College of Phy- sicians and Surgeons, Baltimore), 1888. Hetrick, Llewellyn E., M.D., 30 West Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1898. Professor of Otology, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, and Post-Graduate College of New York Ophthalmic Hospital; Aurist, New York Ophthalmic, Metropolitan, Fifth Avenue and Flower Hospitals; Consulting Aurist, Community Hospital, New York, Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, Grace Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut, Ann May Memorial Hospital, Spring Lake, New Jersey. Hewitt, Herbert W., M.D., 1131 David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michi- gan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1903. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Attending Surgeon, Grace Hospital. Hewitt, William F., B.Sc, M.D., 122 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical CoUege, 191 2. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush Medical College; Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Presbyterian Hospital; Obstetrician, Out-Patient De- partment, Central Free Dispensary, Rush Medical College, and Presby- terian Hospital. Hewson, Addinell, A.M., M.D., 2120 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. Jefferson Medical College, 1879. Professor of Anatomy, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine. Professor of Anatomy and Histology, Temple University, Department of Dentistry; Surgeon, Memorial Hospital. Heyd, Charles Gordon, B.A., M.D., 46 West Fifty-second Street, New York, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1909. Pro- fessor of Surgery, Director of Department of Anatomical Surgery and Surgery on the Cadaver, and Attending Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Attending Surgeon, New York Post-Graduate Hospital Dispensary; Consulting Surgeon, Morristown Hospital, Morris- town, Dover Hospital, Dover, New Jersey, Greenwich Hospital, Green- wich, Connecticut. HiBBiTT, Charles W., A.B., M.D., Francis Building, Louisville, Kentucky. University of Louisville, Medical Department, 1897. Professor of Abdom- inal Surgery and Gynecology, University of Louisville, Medical Depart- ment; Visiting Gynecologist, Louisville City Hospital. HiCKEY, Preston Manasseh, B.. ., M.D., 62 Adams Avenue, West, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit Collegfe of Medicine and Surgery, 1892. Professor of Roentgenology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Roentgenologist, Harper, Receiving, Women ' s, and Children ' s Free Hospitals. 456 American College of Surgeons Hicks, Charles F., M.D., Welch, West Virginia. Maryland Medical College, iQOi. Superintendent and Surgeon in Charge, Welch Hospital No. i. Hicks, Francis Marion, M.D., 203 Hicks Building, San Antonio, Texas. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (Bellevue Hospital Medical College), 1880. Surgeon, Physicians and Surgeons and Baylor Hospitals, Santa Rosa Infirmary; Consulting Gynecologist, Robert B. Green Memorial Hospital. HiEBERT, Gerhard, M.D., CM., 412 Boyd Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1900. Consulting Surgeon, Winnipeg Goaeral Hospital. HiGBEE, Edward H., M.D., 417 Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1897. Assistant Opthalmologist, St. Louis University; Member of Staff, Mullanphy, St. Anthony, St. Louis Maternity, Isolation Hospitals and City Sanitarium; Consulting Staff, St. John ' s Hospital. HiGGiNS, Montgomery E., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Wash- ington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical Sdhool, 1904. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. Higgins, Reuben Paul, A.B., M.D., 20 Court Street, Cortland, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1905. Ophthalmologist, Cortland County Hospital, Children ' s Home. HiGHSMiTH, Emmett DeWitt, M.D., 445 Trust Company of Georgia Building, Atlanta, Georgia. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1906. Associate Professor of Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Wesley Memorial Hos- pital; Associate Visiting Surgeon, Grady Memorial Hospital. HiGHSMriH, Jacob Franklin, M.D., 304 Green Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina. Jefferson Medical College, 1889. Chief Surgeon, Highsmith Hospital. Hill, George Hillard, M.D., 15 High Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1894. Member Consulting Staff, Worcester City Hospital. Hill, Howard, M.D., 1334 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri. Univer- sity of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City Medical College), 1895. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Kansas City General Hospital. Hill, James A., M.D., Scanlon Building, Houston, Texas. Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine, 1900. Surgeon, Baptist Sanitarium and Norsworthy and Municipal Hospitals. Hill, Leslie Grant, M.D., Fourteenth Street and Main Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1895. Alphabetical List of Fellows 457 Hill, Luther L., M.D., LL.D., 422 South Perry Street, Montgomery, Ala- bama. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1881; Jefferson Medical College, 1882. Surgeon, Laura Hill Hospital. Hill, Robert Sommer tlle, M.D., 21 South Perry Street, Montgomery, Alabama. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1891. Visiting Surgeon, Laura Hill Hospital. Hill, Roland, M.D., CM., 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Univer- sity of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1890. Surgeon, St. Luke ' s, St. Louis City, and Bethesda Hospitals. Hill, T. Chittenden, Ph.B., M.D., 31 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachu- setts. University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1895. Instructor in Proctology, Harvard Graduate School of Medicine; Surgeon, Rectal Department, Boston Dispensary. Hiller, Carl R., M.D., 19 West Seventh Street, Cindnnati, Ohio. Univer- sity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Medical College of Ohio), 1899. Professor of Clinical Surgery and Surgical Pathology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, Cincinnati General, Good Samaritan, and Jewish Hospitals. Hilliard, Carlos Grout, A.M., M.D., 126 Cajon Street, Redlands, California. Yale University School of Medicine, 1904. HiLLis, David S., M.D., 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1898. Associate in Obstetrics, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Obstetrician, Cook County and Provident Hospitals; Assistant Obstetrician, Chicago Lying- in Hospital. HiLSMAN, Agnew Hodge, M.D., Broad and Washington Streets, Albany, Georgia. Cornell University Medical College, 1899. Visiting Surgeon, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital. Hilton, David Clark, A.M., M.D., 305 Richards Block, Lincoln, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 1903. Attending Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Hines, Harry Hayes, M.D., 21 Groton Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. Univer- sity of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1899. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Surgeon, Cincinnati General, Good Samaritan, and Deaconess Hospitals, Children ' s Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Consulting Sur- geon, Ohio Hospital for Epileptics, Gallipolis. Hingston, Donald Alexander, B.A., M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 460 Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Que- bec. Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal (Laval University, Medical Department), 1901. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal; Surgeon, Hotel Dieu de St. Joseph. 458 American College of Surgeons HiNBiAN, Eugene E., M.D., 146 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. Albany Medical College, 1899. Instructor, Nose and Throat Department, Albany Medical College; Attending Laryngologist and Rhinologist, Albany Hospital. HiNMAN, Frank, A.B., M.D., 516 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology, University of California Medical School; Urologist in Charge, University of California Hospital. HiN NEN, GusTAV A., B.Sc, M.D., 4 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1904. HmsCHMAN, Louis J., M.D., Kresge Medical Building, Detroit, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1899. Professor of Proctology and Director of the Department, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery; Proctologist, Harper Hospital; Consulting Proctologist, Wayne County Hospital, Hannah Schloss Memorial Clinic. Hirst, Barton Cooke, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 182 1 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1883. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Howard Hospital, Philadelphia Orthopedic Hospital and Infirmary; Con- sultant, Philadelphia Lying-in Charity Hospital, Preston Retreat, Philadel- phia, Pottstown Hospital, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island. HiTZ, Henry Barnard, M.D., 309 Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1891. Laryngologist and Otologist, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Children ' s, and Columbia Hospitals. Hitzrot, James Morley, A.B., M.D., 126 East Thirty-seventh Street, New York, New York. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1901. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Cornell University Medical College; Asso- ciate Surgeon, New York Hospital. HixsoN, Jesse Sharp, M.D., Central National Bank Building, San Angelo, Texas. Washington University Medical School (Missouri Medical Col- lege), 1899. HoAG, Junius C, Ph.M., M.D., 1725 East Fifty-third Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago Medical College), 1882. Consulting Obstetrician, St. Luke ' s Hospital. HoBBS, WiLBERT A., M.D., 1 25 West Fifth Street, East Liverpool, Ohio. Uni- versity of Michigan Medical School, 1884. Surgeon, East Liverpool City Hospital, Pennsylvania Railroad. HoBBS, WnxiAM Henry, M.D., 103 Main Street, Binghamton, New York. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1910. Surgeon, Bing- hamton City and Moore-Overton Hospitals; Consulting Surgeon, Johnson City General Hospital, Johnson City. I I Alphabetical List of Fellows 459 HoDGiNS, Emerson LeRoy, M.B., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), F.R.C.S., 312 Oxford Street, London, Ontario. Associate Professor of Surgery, Western University, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Victoria and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Hodgson, Frederick Grady, M.D., 746 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1901. Pro- fessor of Orthopedics, Emory University School of Medicine; Orthopedic Surgeon, Grady Memorial, Wesley Memorial, and Georgia Baptist Hos- pitals, MacVicar Hospital of Spelman Seminary. HoEGH, Knut, C.A., C.Ph., M.D., 131 West Thirty-skth Street, South, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Royal University of Norway, 1869. HoFP, Edwin Cornue, M.D., iioi David Whitney Building, Detroit, Michi- gan. Ohio State University of Homeopathic Medicine (Cleveland Homeo- pathic Medical College), 1901. Visiting Surgeon, Grace Hospital Poly- clinic; Attending Staff Surgeon, Grace Hospital. Hoffman, Charles S., M.D., 60 Davis Street, Keyser, West Virginia. Jeffer- son Medical College, 1877. Surgeon, Hoffman Hospital. Hoffman, Lawrence H., M.D., 177 Post Street, San Francisco, California. Cooper Medical College, 1897. Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Consulting Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Mt. Zion Hospital. Hoffman, Philip, M.D., 3657 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri. Wash- ington University Medical School (Missouri Medical College), 1892. Orthopedic Surgeon, Jewish, Bethesda, and St. Louis Maternity Hospitals, Jewish Home for Chronic Invalids. Hogan, Edgar Poe, A.M., M.D., 412 Empire Building, Birmingham, Alabama. Birmingham Medical College, 1909. Associate Professor of Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine of the University of Alabama; Gynecologist and Surgeon, Hillman Hospital. Hogan, Edward Vincent, B.A., M.D., CM., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 109 College Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1896. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Dalhousie University, Faculty of Medicine; Surgeon, Victoria General Hospital; Surgeon-in-Chief, Camp Hill Military Hospital. Hogeboom, Roche W., M.D., 704 Woodruff Building, Springfield, Missouri. Rush Medical College, 1897. HoGUE, GusTAvus Ingomar, M.D., 410 Jefferson Street, Milwaukee, Wiscon- sin. Northwestern University Medical School, 1899. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Marquette University School of Medicine; Attending Ophthalmologist, Milwaukee County Hospital, Milwaukee Hospital for Insane, Wauwatosa; Ophthalmologist-in- Chief, Mt. Sinai Hospital. HoGUET, Joseph P., A.B., M.D., 55 East Fifty-third Street, New York, New York. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1907. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, 460 American College of Surgeons Cornell University Medical College; Surgeon, French Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled; Assistant Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, New York; Consulting Surgeon, Mary McClellan Hospital, Cambridge. HOHF, Silas Matthew, M.D., Clinic Building, Yankton, South Dakota. Loyola University School of Medicine (Illinois Medical College), 1897; Northwestern University Medical School, 1903. Instructor in Physical Diagnosis, University of South Dakota College of Medicine; Chief Sur- geon, Sacred Heart Hospital. HoHLEN, Kasl Siegfried J., M.D., loio Terminal Building, Lincoln, Ne- braska. Loyola University School of Medicine (Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery), 1908. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. HoLBROOK, Arthur Tenney, B.Sc, M.D., 612 Kenwood Boulevard, Mil- waukee, Wisconsin. Rush Medical College, 1895. Member of Attending Stafif, St. Mary ' s and Columbia Hospitals. HoLBROOK, John S., M.D., 301 South Front Street, Mankato, Minnesota. University of Minnesota Medical School, 1896. President of Staff, Evan- gelical Lutheran Immanuel Hospital. HoLCOMB, Oscar William, M.D., 942 Lowry Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. Northwestern University Medical School, 1905. Surgeon, Bethesda Hospital. HoLCOMB, Richmond Cranston, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Long Island College Hospital, 1896. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. HoLDEN, Frederick Clark, M.D., 13 East Sixty-fifth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1892. Professor of Gynecology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Director of Department of Gynecology, Bellevue Hospital. Holden, George Parker, M.D., 122 McLean Avenue, Yonkers, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1894. Senior Attending Surgeon, Yonkers Homeopathic Hospital and Maternity. Holden, Gerry R., A.B., M.D., 513 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1901. Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida State Hospital for Insane, Chattahoochee. Holden, William B., B.Sc, M.D., 1002 Stevens Building, Portland, Oregon. Rush Medical College, 1897. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Oregon Medical School; Medical Director, Portland Sanitarium. Holder, Eugene Michel, B.Sc, M.D., Bank of Commerce Building, Memphis, Tennessee. University of Tennessee College of Medicine (Memphis Hos- pital Medical College), 1894. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Memphis General, Baptist Memorial, and Lucy Brinkley Hospitals. I Alphabetical List of Fellows 461 Holland, George Frank, Phar.G., M.D., 514 North College Avenue, Bloom- ington, Indiana. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1903. Surgeon, Bloomington Hospital; Local Surgeon, Illinois Central Railroad. Holland, Joseph WiLLtAM, M.D., 1624 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1896. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine; Member of Surgical Staff, University Hospital, Baltimore; Consulting Surgeon, Rosewood State Training School for Feeble-Minded, Owings Mills. Hollenbeck, Frank Bradbury, Ph.B., M.D., 206 Richards Block, Lincoln, Nebraska, Rush Medical College, 1898. Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hos- pital, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. HoLLOWAY, Charles E., M.D., 427 Iowa Building, Des Moines, Iowa. Hahne- mann Medical College and Hospital (Chicago Homeopathic Medical College), 1893. Member of Surgical Staff, Iowa Congregational, City, and Iowa Methodist Hospitals. Holloway, Victor D., B.Sc, M.D., 609 Walnut Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1907. Surgeon, Riverside and Knoxville General Hospitals. HoLLOWBUSH, Joseph Ralston, M.D., 509 Central Trust Building, Rock Island, Illinois. Washington University Medical School, 1880. Attending Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Hospital, Rock Island, Illinois, St. Luke ' s Hospital, Davenport, Iowa; Consulting Surgeon, Mercy Hospital, Davenport, Iowa. HoLMAN, Carl J., M.D., 201 National Citizen ' s Bank Building, Mankato, Minnesota. Rush Medical College, 1899. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s and Immanuel Hospitals. Holmes, John Franklin, M.D., 951 Elm Street, Manchester, New Hamp)- shire. Tufts College Medical School, 1909. Surgeon, EUiot Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Pembroke Sanatorium, Pembroke. Holmes, Rudolph Wieser, M.D., 414 Arlington Place, Chicago, Dlinois. Rush Medical College, 1893. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gyne- cology, Rush Medical College; Attending Obstetrician, Augustana and Passavant Memorial Hospitals. Holmes, Walter Richard, Jr., A.B., M.D., 436 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 1913. Asso- ciate in Gynecology, Emory University School of Medicine; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Georgia Baptist Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Piedmont Sanitarium. Holt, Erastus Eugene, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 723 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. Bowdoin Medical School, 1874; Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1875. Founder, Executive Surgeon, and Superintendent, Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary. Holt, William A., M.D., 167 Mesquite Street, Globe, Arizona. University of Michigan Medical School, 1892. Chief of Staff, Old Dominion Hospital. L 462 American College of Surgeons HOLTE, Halvor, M.D., 220 South Broadway, Crookston, Minnesota. Uni- versity of Minnesota Medical School, 1893. HOLZES, Chab-LES Elmer, M.D., First Avenue and Cedar Street, Gallipolis, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Starling Medical Col- lege), 1909. Chief of Staff, Holzer Hospital. HoMANS, John, A.B., M.D., 33 Leicester Street, Brookline, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. Homer, Harry L., M.D., ion North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1904. Instructor in Clini- cal Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting Surgeon, Union Memorial Hospital, Church Home and Infirmary; Assist- ant Surgeon, Out-Patient Department, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Honan, William Francis, M.D., 24 East Forty-eighth Street, New York, New York. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hos- pital, 1889. Professor of GjTiecology, New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Carson C. Peck Memorial Hospital, Brooklyn; Visiting Surgeon, Metropolitan Hospital, Department of Public Charities, Blackwell ' s Island; Attending Surgeon, Hahnemann Hospital. Hood, Thomas C, A.M., M.D., 1008 Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. Jefferson Medical College, 1884. Professor of Ophthalmology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Indianapolis City, Methodist Episcopal, St. Vincent ' s, Protestant Deaconess, and Robert W. Long Hospitals. HooE, A. Barnes, M.D., 1220 Sixteenth Street, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1896. Hooker, Ransom Spafard, B.L., M.D., 175 East Seventy-first Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1900. Associate Professor of Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Director, Fh t Surgical Division, Bellevue Hospital. Hooker, Stuart V. R., A.B., M.D., 455 Empire Building, Seattle, Washing- ton. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Assistant Surgeon, Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital. Hoover, Alden Robbins, M.Sc, M.D., Constantinople College, Constanti- nople, Turkey. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1905. Medical Director, Constantinople College; Director, American Hospital, Hoover, Delbert E., M.D., 27 Monroe Street, Warren, Ohio. Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, Warren City Hospital. Hopkins, Clarence Whittingham, M.D., 322 North Wells Street, Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University Medical School, 1901. Chief Surgeon, Chicago and Northwestern Railway. f I I Alphabetical List of Fellows 463 Hopkins, Frederick Eugene, M.D., 25 Harrison Avenue, Springfield, Massa- chusetts. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1884. Surgeon, Depart- ment of Diseases of Throat and Ear, Springfield Hospital; Consulting Laryngologist, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, Vermont. Hopkins, Samttel R,, M.D., First National Bank Building, Hastings, Nebraska. Rush Medical College, 1900. Attending Surgeon, Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital. Hopkins, Scott Bruce, M.D., 204 Femwell Building, Spokane, Washington. Jefferson Medical College, 1897. Member of Staff, St. Luke ' s and Sacred Heart Hospitals; Oculist, Great Northern and Spokane International Railways. HoRGAN, EDMxmD J., M.D., M.Sc, Stoneleigh Court, Washington, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School, 1908. Attend- ing Surgeon, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. Horn, Harry W., A.M., M.D., 910 Schweiter Building, Wichita, Kansas. Rush Medical College, 1898. Surgeon-in-Chief, Wichita Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway. Horn, John, M.D., 72 East Ninety-second Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New York University Medical College), 1885. Visiting Otologist, Rhinologist, and Laryn- gologist, Lenox Hill Hospital and Dispensary. HoRNBOGEN, ALFRED W., M.D., Savings Bank Building, Marquette, Michigan. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Chicago), 1889. Attending Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals; Local Surgeon, Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway. HoRNBOGEN, Harry J., M.D., 212 East Michigan Street, Marquette, Michigan. University of Illinois College of Medicine (College of Physicians and Sur- geons, Chicago), 1894. Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and St. Luke ' s Hospitals. Horni, John, Phar.G., M.D., 447 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1896. Attend- ing Surgeon, Wyckoff Heights Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Beth Moses Hospital. HoRR, Albert Winslow, A.M., M.D., 419 Boylston Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1891. Associate Pro- fessor of Ophthalmology, Boston University School of Medicine; Ophthal- mic Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. HoRSPALL, Frank Lappin, B.A., M.D., CM., Roosevelt Clinic, Seattle, Wash- ington. Faculty of Medicine, McGill Um ' versity, 1903. Surgeon, Minor Private Hospital. HoRSKY, Rudolph, M.D., 326 Fuller Avenue, Helena, Montana. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Attending Surgeon, St. John ' s and St. Peter ' s Hospitals; United States Public Health Service. 464 American College of Surgeons HoRSLEY, John Shelton, M.D., 617 West Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1892. Surgeon in Charge, St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital. HoRTON, George Monroe, M.D., 1106 Cobb Building, Seattle, Washington. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. President of Staff, Providence Hospital; Chief Surgeon, Children ' s Orthopedic Hospital. HoRWiTZ, Alexander E., A.M., M.D., University Club Building, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University Medical School, 1904. Assistant Pro- fessor of Orthopedic Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine; Orthopedic Surgeon, St. John ' s, St. Anthony ' s, and St. Louis Maternity Hospitals, Jewish Home for Chronic Invalids; Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Louis City Hospital; Consulting Orthopedic Surgeon, Alexian Brothers ' , and St. Aim ' s Maternity Hospitals. HosMER, Andrew Jackson, M.D., 162 Thirteenth East Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Michigan Medical School, 1885. Surgeon, Holy Cross Hospital; Division Surgeon, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad. HoTCHKiss, Lucius W., A.B., M.D,, San Marcos Building, Santa Barbara, California. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1884. Hough, Garry de N., A.B., M.D., Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts. Univer- sity and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1884. Visiting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St. Mary ' s Home. Houston, David Walker, M.D., CM., 18 Second Street, Troy, New York. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1881. Consulting Surgeon, Troy and Leonard Hospitals. Houston, Hugh E., M.D., CM., Buffalo Block, Kalispell, Montana. Univer- sity of Minnesota Medical School (Minneapolis College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1900. Surgeon, Sisters of Mercy Hospital. Hovde, Anders G., B.Sc, M.D., Board of Trade Building, Superior, Wiscon- sm. University of Minnesota School of Medicine, 1903. Oculist and Aurist, St. Mary ' s and St. Francis ' Hospitals; Chief of Staff, St. Mary ' s Hospital. HovEY, Robert Ferry, M.D., 5 Oak Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, 1897. Surgeon, Wesson Memorial Hospital. Howard, A. Philo, M.D., Kress Medical Building, Houston, Texas. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1901. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary; Chief Surgeon, Gulf Coast Lines, Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway; Orthopedic Surgeon, Municipal Hospital. Howard, Alonzo Gale, M.D., 636 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1895. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Boston University School of Medicine; Chief Orthopedic Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, Medical Mission Dispensary, Martin Luther Orphans ' Home. Alphabetical List of Fellows 465 Howard, Charles Tilden, A.B., M.D., 510 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston University School of Medicine, 1898. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Boston University School of Medicine; Surgeon, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital. Howard, Deane Childs, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Army, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. George Washington University Medical School (Columbian University, Medical Department), 1893. Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army. Howard, Henry Pope, M.D., 410 American Bank Building, Everett, Wash- ington. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1892. Howard, Henry W., M.D., Charles C. Chapman Building, Los Angeles, California. Rush Medical College, 1890. Associate Professor of Gyne- cology, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Consulting Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Children ' s Hospital. Howard, Robert Mayburn, M.D., 502 State National Bank Building, Okla- homa, Oklahoma. University of Michigan Medical School, 1901. Associ- ate Professor of Surgery, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; Chief of Staff and Attending Surgeon, St. Anthony ' s Hospital; Attending Surgeon, State University Hospital. Howard, William Forrest, B.Sc, A.B., M.D., 303 Carlson Building, Poca- teUo, Idaho. University Medical College, Kansas City, 1899. President of Staff, Pocatello General Hospital; Surgeon, St. Anthonjr ' s Hospital. Howd, Emmott, M.D., 1825 Seventh Avenue, Troy, New York. Albany Medical College, 1898. Surgeon, Leonard and Samaritan Hospitals; Obstetrician, St. Joseph ' s Maternity Hospital. Howe, Alexander C, M.D., 40 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (University of the City of New York, Medical Department), 1893. Attending Laryngologist, Jewish and East New York and Brownsville Hospitals. Howe, Frank Stewart, B.Sc, M.D., Black Hills Bank Building, Deadwood, South Dakota. Universityof Illinois College of Medicine, 1901. Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Hospital. Howe, Harry Dresser, B.Sc., M.D., 176 Victoria Avenue, Hampton, Vir- ginia. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1895. Surgeon, Dixie Hospital, Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Howe, Louis Philippe, M.D., 200 Bush Street, San Francisco, California. University of California Medical School, 1908. Chief Surgeon, Standard Oil Company. Howe, Walter Clarke, A.M., M.D., 303 Beacon Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1898. Howell, Conrade Alleyne, M.D., 206 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Ohio Medical Univeraty), 1901. 466 American College of Surgeons Howell, John Taylor, M.D., 205 Grand Street, Newburgh, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1885. Senior Attending Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Highland Hospital, Beacon. Howells, James Owen, Phar.G., M.D., Lincoln Avenue, Bridgeport, Ohio. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1894. Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Ohio Valley General Hospital, Wheeling, West Virginia. HowiTT, Henry, M.B., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 128 London Road, Guelph, Ontario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical College), 1873. Senior Surgeon, Guelph General and St. Joseph ' s Hospitals. Howk, Loron Whitney, A.B,, M.D., 774 Main Street, West, Rochester, New York. University of Michigan Medical School, 1891. Associate Surgeon, Rochester General and St. Mary ' s Hospitals; Surgeon, Monroe County Hospital. Howland, Edward DeMonte, M.D., 30 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Rush Medical College, 1886. Surgeon, Chicago Union Hospital. Hoy, Carl Da Costa, A.M., M.D., McKinley Hospital, Columbus, Ohio. Northwestern University Medical School, 1907. Attending Surgeon, Protestant and McKinley Hospitals, Columbus, Hoy Hospital, Wellston. Hoye, Henry Joseph, A.B., M.D., 221 Thayer Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1899. Visiting Surgeon, Rhode Island Hospital. HoYT, Robert Ecstis, M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washing- ton, District of Columbia. Harvard Medical School, 1901. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. HoYT, Walter A., B.Sc, M.D., 428 Ohio Building, Akron, Ohio. University of Michigan Medical School, 191 2. Chief of Staff and Chief of Orthopedic Department, Children ' s Hospital; Associate Member of Staff, City Hos- pital; Consultant in Orthopedic Surgery, Summit County Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Hubbard, Adrian Russell Fortescue, M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 14 Cook Street, Quebec, Quebec. Charing Cross Hospital Medi- cal School, 1902. Assistant Surgeon, Jeffery Hale ' s Hospital. Hubbard, Joshua C, A.B., M.D., 86 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachu- setts. Harvard Medical School, 1896. Associate in Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Consulting Sur- geon, Norwood Hospital, Norwood, Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick; Surgeon, Newton Hospital, Newton, Hubbell, Harry H., M.D., 103 Pine Street, Coming, New York. University of Buffalo, Department of Medicine, 1901. Attending Surgeon, Coming Hospital. Hubby, Lester Mead, Ph.B., M.D., 27 West Sixty-eighth Street, New York, New York. University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College (New Alphabetical List of Fellows 467 York University Medical College), 1896. Instructor, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital and Medical School; Oto-Laryngologist, Harlem Hospital; Assistant Ear Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hos- pital. HuTF, Eakle p., M.D., Medical Corps, United States Navy, Washington, Dis- trict of Columbia. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Sur- geons, 1903. Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy. HuGGiNS, Raleigh R., M.D., 1018 Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Miami Medical College), 1 89 1. Professor of Gynecology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Gynecologist, St. Francis Hospital; Director, Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospital. HuGGiNS, Walter Leslie, Ph.B., M.D., 916 Pacific Mutual Building, Los Angeles, California. Albany Medical College, 1899; University of Cali- fornia Medical School, Los Angeles, 1908. Senior Surgeon, Los Angeles County Hospital. Hughes, Francois Louis, M.D., 1524 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1898. Gynecologist, St. Luke ' s Homeopathic Hospital, Women ' s Homeopathic Association, Philadelphia, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington. HuGULEY, George Pope, M.D., 54 Forrest Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia. Uni- versity of Louisville Medical Department (Louisville Medical College), 1898. Visiting Surgeon, St. Joseph ' s Infirmary. HuLEN, Vard Houghton, M.D., Berkeley Bank Building, Berkeley, California. Colimibia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia College, Medical Department), 1888. Hull, Charles A., M.D., 1200 First National Bank Building, Omaha, Ne- braska. University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver and Gross College of Medicine), 1893. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Nebraska College of Medicine; Staff Surgeon, Wise Memorial Hospital, Immanuel Deaconess Institution; Member of Staff, Clarkson Memorial Hospital; Surgeon, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad; Chief Sur- geon, Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway Company. Hull, Edward T., B.Sc, M.D., 304 West Seventy-eighth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Lincoln Hospital. Hull, Leonard Charles, M.D., 343 Fifth Street, HoUister, California. Cooper Medical College, 1893. Surgeon, Hazel Hawkins Memorial HospitaL Hume, Arthur M., M.D., 224 North Ball Street, Owosso, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery (Detroit Medical College), 1881. Chief Surgeon, Ann Arbor Railroad. Hume, George Willl m Lamb, M.D., CM., 24 Montreal Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec. Facility of Medicine, McGill University, 1898. Surgeon, Sher- brooke Hospital. 468 American College of Surgeons Hume, Gordon Mackenzie, M.D., CM., 11 Moore Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1905. Attending Sur- geon, Sherbrooke Hospital. Hume, Howard, M.D., 1830 Jefferson Place, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine, 1905. Surgeon, Providence Hospital; Associate Surgeon, Emergency Hospital; Associate Obstetrician, Columbia Hospital. Hume, Joseph, Ph.B., M.D., 724 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Medical College of the State of South Carolina, 1901. Professor of Gen- ito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases, Tulane University of Louisiana School of Medicine; Visiting Surgeon, Charity Hospital; Visiting Urologist, Presbyterian Hospital. Humphrey, William Armine, MD., 1674 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1883, Emeritus Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Ohio State University College of Homeopathic Medicine; Chief of Department of Gynecology and Obstet- rics, University Homeopathic Hospital, HuMPSTONE, O. Paul, M.D., 327 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1899. Senior Obstetrical Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal Hospital; Consulting Obstet- rical Surgeon, Jewish and Kingston Avenue Hospitals, Brooklyn, Rocka- way Beach Hospital, Rockaway Beach. Hundley, John Mason, M.D., 1009 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1882. Professor of Clinical Gynecology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Visiting Surgeon, University, Hebrew, and Maryland General Hospitals, Hospital for Women of Maryland. HuNNER, Guy LeRoy, B.Sc, M.D., D.Sc , 2305 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1897. Lecturer in Clinical Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting Gynecologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Church Home and Infirmary, Union Protestant Infirmary, Hospital for Women of Maryland; Consulting Gynecologist, St. Agnes ' Hospital, Baltimore, Frederick City Hospital, Frederick. HuNSiCKER, William Cosgrove, M.D., 1625 Race Street, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, 1895. Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital; Attending Genito-Urinary Surgeon, St. Luke ' s Homeopathic Hospital, Philadelphia, Homeopathic State Hospital, Allentown; Consulting Genito-Urinary Surgeon, Pottstown Homeopathic Hospital, Pottstown. Hunt, Ernest Leroi, M.D., 120 Lovell Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1902. Surgeon and Director of Surgical Ser- vices, Worcester City Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Holden Hospital. Alphabetical List of Fellows 469 Hunt, John, M.D., 919 Cobb BuUding, Seattle, Washington. Yale University School of Medicine, 1904. Hunt, Preston, M.D., Texarkana, Texas. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons), 1901. Member of StafiF, Pine Street Sanitarium, Hunt, Verne Carlton, B.Sc., M.D., M.Sc., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minne- sota. Rush Medical College, 1913. Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Miimesota Medical School, Mayo Foundation; Surgeon, St. Mary ' s and Colonial Hospitals (Mayo Clinic). Hunt, William Seymour, M.B., Molson ' s Bank Building, Port Arthur, On- tario. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1903. Attending Ophthalmologist and Otologist, McKellar Hospital, Fort William, St. Joseph ' s and General Hospitals, Port Arthur. Hunter, J. Ross., M.D., 305 First National Bank Building, Huntington, West Virginia. Medical College of Virginia, 1903. Attending Surgeon, Shelter- ing Arms Hospital, Hansford, and Guthrie Hospital. Hunter, John Russell Wightman, M.D., 22 North Main Street, Lewistown, Pennsylvania. Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, 1893. Surgeon, Lewistown Hospital. Hunting, Nathaniel Stevens, A.B., M.D., 1136 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1889. Visiting and Consult- ing Surgeon, City Hospital. Huntington, Thomas Waterman, A.B., M.D., LL.D., Mills Building, San Francisco, California. Harvard Medical School, 1876. Emeritus Pro- fessor of Surgery, University of California Medical School; Consulting Surgeon, St. Luke ' s and Mt. Zion Hospitals, San Francisco, Samuel Merritt Hospital, Oakland; Chief Surgeon, Western Pacific Railway. Hupp, Frank LeMoyne, A.M., M.D., 61 Fourteenth Street, Wheeling, West Virginia. Columbia University, College of Phj icians and Surgeons, 1889. Attending Surgeon, Ohio Valley General Hospital; Consulting Siu ' geon, Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glen Dale, Sheltering Arms Hos- pital, Hansford. HuRD, Lee M., M. D., 39 East Fiftieth Street, New York, New York. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1895. Professor of Laryngology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Director, Department of Oto-Laryngology, New York Policlinic Hospital. HuRDON, Elizabeth, M.D., CM., 31 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Mary- land. University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (Trinity Medical Col- lege), 1895. Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Visiting Gynecologist, Hospital for Women of Maryland. Hurley, Edward Daniel, M.D., 419 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Ophthahnic Surgeon, Carney Hospital, Hurley, George, A.M., M.D., Medical Building, Hoquiam, Washington. University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1909. Director and Member of Surgical Staff, Hoquiam General Hospital. i 47© American College of Surgeons HuKLEY, John Joseph, A.M., M.D., 194 Bay State Road, Boston, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1903. Instructor, Ear, Nose, and Throat Department, Harvard University Graduate School of Medicine; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Boston City Hospital; Visiting Aurist, Long Island Hospital. HussEY, Edward John, A.B., M.D,, 1093 Dwight Street, Holyoke, Massa- chusetts. Harvard Medical School, 1904. Ophthalmic and Aural Sur- geon, Holyoke City and House of Providence Hospitals. HussEY, Frederic Vinal, Ph.B., M.D., 171 Angell Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Assistant Visiting Surgeon, Rhode Island Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket. HuTCHESON, Allen Carrington, University Hospital, Nanking, China. Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1905. Director, Union Medical College, Tsinanfu; Superintendent, University Hospital, Nanking. Associate Editor, China Medical Journal. HuTCHiNGS, Byron Merle, M.D., 304 McKeen Building, Terre Haute, Indi- ana. Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical College of Indiana), 1903. Gynecologist, St. Anthony ' s Hospital. HuTCHiNGS, WiLLARD HuNTER, A.B., M.D., 2951 Jefferson Avenue, East, De- troit, Michigan. University of Michigan Medical School, 1899. HuTCHiNS, Amos Francis, M.A., M.D., loio North Charles Street, Balti- more, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1913. Assistant in Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine; Assistan t in Urology, Johns Hopkins University Medical Department; Visiting Sur- geon, Mercy Hospital; Urologist, Calvert County Hospital. HuTCHiNS, Elliott H., A.M., M.D., loio North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1906. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons; Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department; Assistant Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Church Home and Infirmary, Mercy, Bon Secour, and Calvert County Hospitals. HuTCHiNS, Henry T., A.B., M.D., 520 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mas- sachusetts. Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department, 1903. Gyne- cologist, Children ' s Hospital; Consulting Gynecologist, Rufus S. Frost Hospital, Chelsea, Massachusetts, Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, Rhode Island; Surgeon, Massachusetts Women ' s Hospital. Hutchinson, Robert James, M.D., 100 Weston Street, Southeast, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery (Detroit Medical College), 1896, Visiting Surgeon, Surgical and Gynecological Departments, Blodgett Memorial and Butter worth Hospitals. Hutchinson, William, M.D., CM., Jackson Building, Ottawa, Ontario. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1904. I Alphabetical List of Fellows 471 Hutchison, James Alexander, C.B.E., M.D., CM., L.R.C.P. S. (Edin.), 354 Mackay Street, Montreal, Quebec. Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 1884. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; Attending Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital. HtJTTON, Edwaiu) Hyatt, A.B., M.D., 134 East First Street, Coming, New York. Col