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Gibson, DR. EDWARD T., Clinical Director and Pathologist at Connecticut Hospital for

the Insane at Middletown, granted leave of absence October 26, 1918, commis sioned First Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A., and has been on duty at Plattsburg

Barracks. Gibson, DR. SAMUEL CARROLL, Superintendent of Nevada Hospital for Mental Dis

eases at Reno from 1904 to 1911, died in San Francisco, March 11, 1919. Gill, DR. GEORGE GUYER, First Assistant Physician at State Hospital for Criminal

Insane at Fairview, Pa., died at his home, November 4, 1918, from pneumonia,

following influenza, aged 35. Gillette, Dr. Philip F., formerly Assistant Physician at Elgin State Hospital at Elgin,

III., reappointed. GLASCOCK, DR. ALFRED, formerly Assistant Physician at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at

Washington, D. C., and recently Captain, M. C., U. S. A., died at a base hospital in France, where he was serving as psychiatrist, October 10, 1918, from pneumonia,

aged 37. GLISMANN, DR. MARVIN B., Medical Interne at St. Lawrence State Hospital at Ogdens

burg, N. Y., commissioned Junior Lieute nt, Second Grade, U. S. N., October 8,

1918. GLUECK, DR. BERNARD, formerly Alienist at New York State Prison at Sing Sing, and

recently Captain, M. C., U. S. A., has been discharged. GORRILL, DR. GEORGE WESLEY, Superintendent of Buffalo State Hospital at Buffalo,

N. Y., died at his home, October 27, 1918, from pneumonia following influenza,

aged 41. GRAU, DR. LEROY C., Sr., Assistant Physician at Manhattan State Hospital at Ward's

Island, N. Y., resigned January 21, 1919. GROVER, DR. Milton M., Assistant Physician at Kings Park State Hospital at Kings

Park, N. Y., promoted to Senior Assistant Physician, June 22, 1918. GUNDRY, DR. ALFRED T., Medical Director of the Gundry Sanitarium at Catonsville,

Md., elected Secretary-Treasurer of the Baltimore County Medical Association. Haralson, DR. Guy CHAILLE, formerly Assistant Physician at East Mississippi Insane

Hospital at Meridian, and recently Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A.. died at Fort

McPherson, Ga., October 24, 1918, from pneumonia, aged 36. Heyen, Dr. John P., Member of the Board of Managers of Kings Park State Hospital

at Kings Park, N. Y., died October 30, 1918. HORNER, DR. Blanche, Assistant Physician at Rochester State Hospital at Rochester,

Minn., appointed Assistant Physician at Kenilworth Sanitarium at Kenilworth, Ill. HUTCHINGS, Dr. Richard H., formerly Superintendent of St. Lawrence State Hospital

at Ogdensburg, N. Y., and recently Major, M. C., U. S. An, returned to his former position February 7, 1919, and was transferred to Utica State Hospital April 1,

1919. Hyde, DR. ARTHUR G., Superintendent of Cleveland State Hospital at Cleveland, Ohio,

transferred to Massillon State Hospital. Ishida, DR. NOBORU, Professor of Psychiatry in the University of Nagasaki, Japan,

who shot and killed Dr. George B. Wolff, was sentenced to imprisonment for life

in the Maryland Penitentiary. JACOBS, ADOLPH, D. D. S., Resident Dentist at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at Washington,

D. C., resigned January 31, 1919. Jamison, DR. Emilie, appointed Assistant Physician at Manhattan State Hospital at

Ward's Island, N. Y., December 20, 1918. JELLIFFE, DR. SMITH ELY, Visiting Neurologist to the City Hospital at Blackwell's

Island, N. Y., has retired from the editorship of the New York Medical Journal. KENYON, DR. H. M., Assistant Physician at Binghamton State Hospital at Bingham,

ton, N. Y., left for military service October 31, 1918, and returned January 2,

1919. KLEINERT, MR. ALBERT E., of Board of Managers of Kings Park State Hospital at

Kings Park, N. Y., appointed Deputy Tenement House Commissioner of the Borough of Brooklyn, New York.

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KOENIG, DR. CHARLES, Assistant Physician at Manhattan State Hospital at Ward's

Island, N. Y., resigned October 10, 1918.
KRADWELL, DR. WILLIAM THEODORE, formerly Assistant Physician at the Milwaukee

Sanitarium at Wauwatosa, Wis., and recently Captain, M. C., U. S. A., appointed

Assistant Superintendent at the Milwaukee Sanitarium.
LANDES, DR. BERTRAM HUGHEY, Assistant Physician at Northern Indiana Hospital for

the Insane at Logansport, died January 13, 1919, from pneumonia following influ

enza, aged 32. LEBRET, DR. GIRARD Henry, formerly Assistant Physician at Essex County Hospital

for the Insane at Cedar Grove, N. J., and recently Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A., died at his home in Montclair, N. J., October 17, 1918, from pneumonia following

influenza, aged 32. LEHRMAN, DR. RAPHAEL, Medical Interne at St. Lawrence State Hospital at Ogdens

burg, N. Y., promoted to Assistant Physician, December 4, 1918, and resigned

December 17, 1918.
LEWIS, DR. NOLAN D. C., formerly Pathologist at Crownsville State Hospital at

Crownsville, Md., and recently Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A., appointed Pathologist

at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at Washington, D. C. LISOR, DR. GRAHAM M., formerly Assistant Physician at Elgin State Hospital at Elgin,

Ill., appointed Superintendent of St. James Hospital and Sanitarium at St. James,

Minn.
LORD, DR. FRANK H., Assistant Physician at Oxford Retreat at Oxford, Ohio, resigned

to take charge of a sanitarium near Dayton, Ohio.
MCAUSLAN, DR. James L., Assistant Physician at Gardner State Colony at East Gard-

ner, Mass., discharged from army service and returned to duty January 1, 1919. McCAFFERTY, DR. George W., Superintendent of Somerset Hospital for the Insane at

Somerset, Pa., died at the Windher Hospital at Windher, Pa., December 13, 1918,

following an operation for appendicitis, aged 48. McELROY, Dr. H. A., Assistant Physician at State Hospital for the Insane at Columbia,

S. C., promoted to Resident Physician at State Park of the Hospital, December 13,

1918. MORELL, MR. J. B., of Centerport, Long Island, appointed to Board of Managers of

Kings Park State Hospital at Kings Park. N. Y., by Governor Charles S. Whitman, November 26, 1918, and reappointed by Governor Alfred E. Smith, January

23, 1919. MUNNERLYN, DR. J. F., Senior Assistant Physician at State Hospital for the Insane

at Columbia, S. C., promoted to Medical Director, August 15, 1918. MUNSON, DR. JAMES FREDERICK, formerly Pathologist at Craig Colony for Epileptics at

Sonyea, N. Y., and recently Captain, M. C., U. S. A., died at Plattsburg,

N. Y., October 25, 1918, from influenza, aged 37.
NEWELL, DR. N. H., Assistant Superintendent of Nebraska Hospital for the Insane at

Lincoln, resigned.
NEYMANN, DR. CLARENCE A., formerly Assistant Physician at Henry Phipps Psychi.

atric Clinic at Baltimore, Md., and recently Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A., appointed

Superintendent of Cook County Psychopathic Hospital at Chicago, Ill.
OLIVER, DR. JOHN RATHBONE, formerly Assistant Physician at Henry Phipps Psychi-

atric Clinic at Baltimore, Md., appointed Psychiatrist to the criminal courts of

Baltimore.
PALMER, DR. HAROLD L., Superintendent of Utica Hospital at Utica, N. Y., resigned

April 1, 1919.
PARKER, DR. CHARLES S., Assistant Physician at Kings Park State Hospital at Kings

Park, N. Y., promoted to Senior Assistant Physician, June 22, 1918.
Paton, DR. STEWART, formerly Director of the Laboratory at the Sheppard and Enoch

Pratt Hospital at Towson, Md., and recently Major, M. C., U. S. A., has been

discharged.
PAYNE, DR. Guy, Superintendent of Essex County Hospital for the Insane at Cedar

Grove, N. J., granted leave of absence for military service until December 31,
1918.

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Peck, Dr. Martin W., formerly Assistant Physician at Devereux Mansion at Glouces

ter, Mass., and recently Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A., appointed Assistant Physi.

cian at Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital at Towson, Md. PETERY, DR. ARTHUR KRAFT, Assistant Physician at the State Hospital for the Insane

at Norristown, Pa., died at the hospital, October 2, 1918, from pneumonia follow:

ing influenza, aged 32. PettijoHN, DR. ABRA C., formerly Superintendent of Eastern Oklahoma Hospital for

the Insane at Vinita, appointed Resident Physician at Dr. C. R. Woodson's Sani

tarium at St. Joseph, Mo. Pickens, DR. EDGAR A., appointed Assistant Physician at Nebraska Hospital for the

Insane at Lincoln. PIERSON, DR. HELENA B., Assistant Physician at Kings Park State Hospital at Kings

Park, N. Y., resigned December 20, 1918. PILGRIM, DR. CHARLES W., Chairman of New York State Hospitals Commission, has

been elected Chairman of the Section on Mental Hygiene and Medical Advice of

the State Conference of Charities and Corrections. PLAMONDON, DR. JAMES D., Assistant Physician at State Insane Asylum at Salem,

Oregon, appointed Superintendent of Eastern Oregon State Hospital at Pendleton, PRIESTMAN, DR. GORDON, Senior Assistant Physician at Willard State Hospital at

Willard, N. Y., absent on military duty. PRINGLE, DR. FRED A., appointed Assistant Physician at Essex County Hospital for

the. Insane at Cedar Grove, N. J. PRITCHARD, DR. J. A., appointed Senior Assistant Physician at Binghamton State Hos

pital at Binghamton, N. Y., October 31, 1918. PUTNAM, DR. JAMES J., Consulting Neurologist to Massachusetts General Hospital at

Boston, Mass., died at his home in Boston, Mass., November 4, 1918, from heart

disease, aged 72. RAYMOND, Dr. Herman L., formerly Assistant Physician at Gowanda State Homeo

pathic Hospital at Collins, N. Y., and recently Captain, M. C., U. S. A., re

sumed his hospital position December 16, 1919. ReXFORD, DR. Homer I., Medical Interne at Willard State Hospital at Willard,

N. Y., absent on military duty. Riley, Dr. Charles Henry, President of the Board of Trustees of the Sheppard and

Enoch Pratt Hospital at Towson, Md., died January 23, 1919, at his home from

kidney disease, aged 62. ROMERS, DR. Henry W., appointed Medical Interne at Kings Park State Hospital at

Kings Park, N. Y., February 18, 1919. Rowe, Dr. Henry, JR., appointed Assistant Physician at Kings Park State Hospital

at Kings Park, N. Y., June 20, 1918, and resigned September 20, 1918. Salmon, Col. Thomas W., Senior Consultant in Neuro-Psychiatry for the A, E, F.,

has returned for duty in the Surgeon-General's Office in Washington, D. C. SANFORD, DR. Lester E., Assistant Physician at Binghamton State Hospital at Bing.

hamton, N. Y., returned from military service March 10, 1919, having left the

hospital May, 1918. SCANLAND, DR. JOHN M., Superintendent of State Hospital for the Insane at Warm

Springs, Mont., commissioned Captain, M. C., U. S. A. SCHEETZ, DR. Mildred S., Assistant Physician at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at Washing:

ton, D. C., promoted to Senior Assistant Physician, November 1, 1918. SHUFFLETON, DR. Joseph H., Assistant Physician at Kings Park State Hospital at

Kings Park, N. Y., promoted to Senior Assistant Physician, June 22, 1918. SLAGLE, Mrs. ELEANOR Clarke, General Superintendent of Occupations of the Illinois

State Hospitals, appointed Supervisor of Aides in Occupational Therapy in the

Medical Department, U. S. A. SLEYSTER, DR. L. Rock, Superintendent of Central State Hospital for the Insane at

Waupun, Wis., appointed Physician in Charge of the Milwaukee Sanitarium at

Wauwatosa, Wis. SOBEL, Dr. Nathan, Medical Interne at Kings Park State Hospital at Kings Park,

N. Y., resigned, September 30, 1918.

SOMERS, DR. ELBERT, formerly Superintendent of Long Island State Hospital at Brook

lyn, N. Y., appointed Superintendent of a Red Cross Hospital in France. SPEAR, DR. GEORGE E., Assistant Physician at Nebraska State Hospital at Ingleside,

was shot by a nurse, November 11, 1918, and died the following day, aged 45. SPERBER, DR. IRVING, appointed Dental Interne at Manhattan State Hospital at Ward's

Island, N. Y., December 1, 1918. SPRADLEY, DR. J. BRUTUS, Medical Interne at Binghamton State Hospital at Bingo

hamton, N. Y., resigned December 20, 1918, to enter a general hospital in Rome,

N. Y. SPRADLING, DR. RICHARD H., Assistant Physician at Nebraska Hospital for the Insane

at Lincoln, promoted to Assistant Superintendent. STARK, DR. CLINTON E., Trustee of Norwich State Hospital at Norwich, Conn., since

its institution, died at his home in Norwich, September 27, 1918, from pneumonia

following influenza, aged 64. STICK, DR. H. Louis, formerly Superintendent of Hospital Cottages for Children at

Baldwinsville, Mass., and now Captain, M. C., U. S. A., has been ordered to

Plattsburg Barracks. STOUGH, DR. Dowling B., Medical Interne at Binghamton State Hospital at Bing

hamton, N. Y., resigned March 1, 1919, to reside in Arkansas. SZETO, DR. HENRY C., Medical Interne at Manhattan State Hospital at Ward's Island,

N. Y., promoted to Assistant Physician November 1, 1918. SZWAJKART, DR. ADAM, Superintendent of Cook County Psychopathic Hospital at

Chicago, Ill., resigned. TADDIKEN, Dr. Paul G., Acting Superintendent of St. Lawrence State Hospital at

Ogdensburg, N. Y., appointed Superintendent of Buffalo State Hospital at Buffalo,

N Y., January 26, 1919. VERMILYEA, DR. Sidney CHARLES, formerly Assistant Physician at Hudson River State

Hospital at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and recently Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A., died

in service. VESSIE, DR. PERCY R., Senior Assistant Physician at Gowanda State Homeopathic

Hospital at Collins, N. Y., resigned to enter private practice in Gowanda. Walls, H. ERNEST, D. D. S., appointed Dental Interne at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at

Washington, D, C., February 14, 1919, and resigned February 18, 1919. Wasson, DR. WATSON LOVELL, Superintendent of Vermont State Hospital for the

Insane at Waterbury, and Professor of Psychiatry in the University of Vermont,

died November 24, 1918, from pneumonia, aged 44. WHEELER, Miss Ann W., appointed to Board of Managers of Kings Park State Hos

pital at Kings Park, N. Y., April 11, 1918, by Governor Charles S. Whitman. WHITE, DR. George M., appointed Assistant Superintendent of Nebraska State Hos

pital at Ingleside. WHITTEN, DR. B. O., Resident Physician at State Park of State Hospital for the

Insane at Columbia, S. C., resigned December 15, 1918. WILLIAMS, DR. Guy H., Assistant Physician at Columbus State Hospital at Columbus,

Ohio, appointed Superinteadent of Cleveland State Hospital at Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAMS, Dr. Tom A., has recently returned from France, where he had been acting

as Medical Adviser to the Bureau of Medical Research of the American Red

Cross. WiswaLL, DR. EDWARD HASTINGS, formerly Assistant Physician at the Westborough

State Hospital at Westborough, Mass., and recently Superintendent of Wellesley

Sanitarium at Wellesley, Mass., died at his home, October 7, 1918, aged 57. WOLFF, DR. GEORGE Baney, Assistant Physician at Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospi.

tal at Towson, Md., was shot and instantly killed by Dr. Noboru Ishida, Decem

ber 21, 1918, aged 33. ZABRISKIE, LT. COL. E. G., Consulting Neuro-psychiatrist to the Savenay Hospital

Centre, has been designated Senior Consultant in Neuro-psychiatry for the A. E. F.

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