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EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. Corner Second avenue and Thirteenth street.

OFFICERS.

Royal Phelps, President.
Benj. H. Field, First Vice-President.
Edward Prime, Second Vice-President.
Clinton Gilbert, Treasurer.
Abram Du Bois, Secretary.

DIRECTORS.

Rufus L. Lord, Rev. Dr. Taylor, Royal Phelps, Edward Prime, William Tucker, Augustus Schell, W. R. Vermilye, Clinton Gilbert, B. F. Wheelwright, John Alstyne, Edward H. Owen,

Benjamin H. Field,
Effingham Townsend,
William H. Smith,
U. J. Smith,
Gurdon Buck, M.D.,
James Bryce,
Henry Elsworth,
Joseph Sampson,
John T. Agnew,
T. M. Halsted, M.D.,
Benjamin B. Sherman.

DIRECTORS EX-OFFICIO. CONSULTING SURGEONS–Edward Delafield, M.D.,George Wilkes, M.D.,

OPHTHALMIC SURGEONS— Abram Du Bois, M.D., F. J. Bumstead, M:D., Henry D. Noyes, M.D., Henry B. Sands, M.D.

AURAL SURGEONS—Robert F. Weir, M.D., Charles E. Hackley, M.D.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS—Herman Althof, M.D., Charles M. Allin, M.D., William H. Carmalt, M.D., Francis Delafield, M.D.

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS—Robert Watts, Jr., M.D., Erskine Mason, M.D., John W. Southack, M.D., Francis Simrock, M.D.

CURATOR—Herman Althof, M.D.
SUPERINTENDENT—John Snyder.

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NURSERY FOR THE CHILDREN OF POOR WOMEN.
Fifty-first street, near Lexington avenue.

OFFICERS AND MANAGERS.
Mrs. Cornelius Du Bois, First Directress.

" T. C. Doremus, Second
" Chas. A. Heckscher, Third "
“ Francis H. Saltus, Treasurer.

“ C. K. Forsyth, Secretary.
Mrs. Anthon,

Mrs. George A. Lathrop, “ Charles E. Anderson,

" Edwin Ludlow, “ H. Averill,

“ Lemist, " James Brooks,

Alexander B. Mott, “ William Bruce,

“ Walden Pell, " S. L. M. Barlow,

" Sorchan, Fordyce Barker,

E. W. Stoughton, • Edward Cooper,

" Tighe, “ Wm. C. Colhoun,

“ Effingham Townsend, " Lorenzo Draper,

“ Henry Aug. Taylor, “ Henry Delafield,

Wm. H. Tillinghast, " Charles P. Daly,

“ John H. Thompson,
" John C. Fremont,

George A. Titus,
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Graham, Jr.,

" William Tracy,
“ Walter S. Gurnee,

" Joel Wolfe, " Jaudon Hurlgate,

“ William H. Wells. ATTENDING PHYSICIANS-W. W. Jones, M.D., Foster Swift, M.D., A. Jacobi, M.D.,J.J. Hull, M.D.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS–Edward Delafield, M.D., H. D. Bulkley, M.D., T. M. Markoe, M.D., George T. Elliott, M.D.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN—George G. Needham.

HONORARY MEMBERS—Mrs. Abraham Bininger, Honorary Directress, Mrs. T. A. Emmet, Mrs. Robert Watts, Mrs. J. A. Constant, Mrs. J. T.

Johnston, Mrs. Edward Clark, Mrs. Andrew Snelling, Mrs. Charles J. Coggill, Mrs. Colles, Mrs. Lewis Jones.

MEMBERS OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE — Edward Cooper, William Tracy, Cornelius Du Bois.

COUNSEL—Herbert B. Turner.

RULES IN RELATION TO THE - ADMISSION OF CHILDREN INTO THE NURSERY

AND CHILD'S HOSPITAL.

1. Every child presented for admission must be perfectly clean and free from contagious diseases.

2. Every child must be vaccinated, unless it has beeu done previ. onsly.

3. No child will be admitted over six years of age, unless by special permission of First Directress.

4. Infants who cannot walk pay $3 per month; children who can walk pay $7 per month; hospital or sick children pay $9 per month. All illegitimate children boarded here by parents or friends are to pay $10 a month.

5. Every child admitted must be examined by the physician.

6. The parent or guardian must always provide shoes and clothing for the child.

7. Four complete suits and twelve diapers must be left with the child. On removal another suit must be brought, if the child has been more than three months in the Institution.

8. In case of the adoption of a child out of the Nursery and Child's, Hospital, the arrangement must be made entirely between the party adopting it and the parents or guardian of the child, the Institution. assuming no responsibility in the premises whatever.

9. Board is always to be paid in advance.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE.
21, 22, and 23 Cooper Union Building.

INCORPORATED MAY 2, 1829.

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Incorporated for the purpose of encouraging and promoting domestic industry in this State and the United States, in agriculture, commerce, manufactures, and the arts, and any improvements made therein, by bestowing rewards and other benefits on those who shall make any such improvements, or excel in any of the said branches.

The Institute has held thirty-six Annual Fairs.

The Farmer's Club, Polytechnic Association, and Horticultural Association, are branches of the Institute.

Its library contains about 10,000 volumes, and is one of the best scientific libraries in the country.

NEW YORK COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SURGEONS. 179 Lexington avenue, between Thirty-second and

Thirty-third streets,

CHARTERED 1857.

OFFICERS.
Augustus Whitlock, President.
A. J. Cotheal, Secretary.

E. G. Rawson, Treasurer.
TRUSTEES—Charles S. Roe, Adolph Mailliard, E. G. Rawson, M.D., Isaac
E. Cotheal, John Busteed, M.D., Francis Morris, C. H. Birney, Alfred
Roe, Paul S. Forbes, Alexander J. Cotheal, Richard Kelly, George W.
Busteed, S. P. Nichols, Augustus Whitlock, William Palen, E. Mason,
Thomas Palmer, Jr. Augustus Whitlock, President. A. J. Cotheal,
Secretary. E. G. Rawson, M.D., Treasurer.

MEDICAL CENSORS-Profs. J. W. Draper, M.D., LL.D.; Martyn Payne, A.M., M.D., LLD.; J. C. Dalton, M.D.; A. Flint, Jr., M.D.; W. H. Van Buren, M.D.; Alonzo Clark, M.D.; I. E. Taylor, M.D.; R. 0. Doremusi M.D.; W. Parker, M.D.; John C. Beales, M.D.; C.C. Grice, M.R.C.V.S.L. ; J. H. Stickney, M.D., M.R.C.V.S.L. ; Charles M. Wood, V.S.; Jared Linsly, M.D.; Robert H. Curtis, M.R.C.V.S.C.

FACULTY. Anatomy and Physiology,

A. F. LIAUTARD, M.D., V.S. Theory and Practice of Medicine of the

A.

M.R.C.V.S.L. Surgical Pathology, History,

J. BUSTEED, M.D. Chemistry, Materia Medica, and Therapeutics,

F. D. WEISSE, M.D.
Clinical Instruction,

THE FACULTY.
FEES AND REGULATIONS.
Matriculation Fee.

$5 00
Lecture Fees..

.100 00 Diploma..

25 00 Dissecting-room Fee.

5 00

Total...

$135 00

The requirements for graduation are: Twenty-one years of age, a cer. tificate of study and attendance on two full courses of medical lectures, the last being in this College; a thesis in the handwriting of the candidate, proper testimonials of character, and a satisfactory examination by the Censors in each department of instruction,

Two prizes will be awarded by the faculty for the best dissected preparations.

Letters may be addressed to Dr. J. Busteed, President of the Faculty, College of Veterinary Surgeons, 179 Lexington avenue, New York.

A. F. LIAUTARD, M.D., V.S.,

Registrar.

NEW YORK SANITARY ASSOCIATION.

Rooms 24 Cooper Union.

OFFICERS.

Robert H. McCurdy, President.
C. F. Wemple, Vice-President.
Elisha Harris, M.D., Corresponding Secretary.
William B. Bibbins, M.D., Secretary.
Nathaniel Hayden, Treasurer.

UNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISSION.

21 West Twelfth street.

OFFICERS.

Henry W. Bellows, D.D., President.
Alexander Dallas Bache, LL.D., Vice-President.
George T. Strong, Treasurer.
John S. Blatchford, General Secretary.

John S. Newberry, M.D., Western Secretary.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE—Henry W. Bellows, D.D., George T. Strong,
William H. Van Buren, M.D., C. R. Agnew, M.D., Wolcott Gibbs, M.D.

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