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LEADING STATISTICS OF THE FIVE DISPENSARIES OF NEW YORK, FOR THE YEAR 1861, Compiled from their returns published monthly, and their general statistics from the date of their organization respectively, to Dec. 31, 1861,
LEADING STATISTICS OF THE FIVE DISPENSARIES OF NEW YORK-Continued.
Average number of years during which Medical Charity has been extended to the sick poor of New
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No. 132 Canal street.
ORGANIZED JANUARY, 1857.
B. Roelker, Secretary. The College of Physicians, who give their services gratuitously, have distributed the labors among themselves according to specialties, and five divisions have been made :
1. For internal diseases, treated by Drs. E. Schilling and E. Schwedler. 2. For surgical diseases, by Drs. E. Krackowitzer and L. Voss. 3. For diseases of children, by Drs. M. Herzog and A. Jacobi. 4. For diseases of women, by Drs. Kammerer and E. Noeggerath. 5. For diseases of the skin. by Dr. J. Goldmark.
The institution is open every day, with the exception of Sundays and holidays, and the hour from 12 to 1 is set apart for children and women, and the hour from 1 to 2 p.x. for all other patients.
KANE MONUMENT ASSOCIATION.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
Mr. Sidney Kopman, Secretary. And at a subsequent meeting, held on the 29th of June, 1859, the following standing Committees were chosen, viz. :
COMMITTEE OF DESIGN.
Mr. Sidney Kopman,
Colonel Samuel C. Thompson, Chairman.