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MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS.
OFFICERS OF THE ASYLUJI.
Resident — A. Mackintosh, M.D., Drs. Hay and
Blair, Miss C. W. Rutherford, Miss M. Aitken, J.
Caldwell, D. Watson, J. Barr.
Non-resident — J. G. Fleming, M.D., surgeon ;
J. R. Strong, C.A., treasurer and secretary; Rev. J.
Robertson, J. E. Watson, C.A.
1. The board is, in all cases, payable quarterly,
and in advance.
2. The quarterly terms are — 1st January, 1st
April, 1st July, and 1st October. In regard to
patients at and above the rate of 15s. per week, no
part of the first quarter's board shall be returned,
except in the event of the patient dying before the
expiry of that period, in which case it shall be in the
power of the weekly committee to allow the return
of such proportion of the board as, under all the cir-
cumstances, they consider reasonable.
3. Every patient must be provided with proper
apparel. An accurate list of every article brought
with the patient must, on admission, be delivered to
the steward, or principal attendants, to the superin-
tendent of the ladies, or the matron, according to
the house in which the patient is placed, and the
name must be fully marked on each article. If any
necessary part of dress should not be fully supplied,
after eight days' intimation has been given tbat it is
wanted, it will be furnished by the house, and the
cost of it charged against the patient.
4. Patients in the west house may be visited every
lawful day between 10 and 12 o'clock ; those in the
east house, who are not paupers, on Mondays, be-
tween the same hours ; and patients who are paupers,
on Saturdays, also from 10 till 12 o'clock. Only
those who are duly authorised can be permitted to
visit patients.
LOCK HOSPITAL.
41 Eottenrow Street.
Incorporated by seal of cause from the Magistrates
and Town Council, and supported by voluntary
contributions. "
This institution was formed in 1805, for the cure
of unfortunate females. The directors are chosen
annually, and consist of one from the Clergy, one
from the Town Council, one from the Merchants'
House, one from the Trades' House, two from the
Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, and six from
the general body of subscribers.
Dr. H. C. Cameron and Dr. A. Paterson, acting
surgeons ; R. Young, secretary ; C. B. Findlay,
treasurer ; P. Condra, superintendent.
DISPENSARY FOR DISEASES OF THE EAR.
63 John Street, Glasgow.
Dr. M'Call Anderson, physician. Gratuitous ad-
vice to the poor afflicted with diseases of the ear,
every Tuesday from 4 till 5 o'clock, p.m.
GLASGOW PUBLIC DISPENSARY FOR
DISEASE OF THE EAR.
99 North Montrose Street
This charity is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays, at 3 o'clock. Advice gratuitous.
Surgeon — D. Dewar, M.D., 27 Elmbank Crescent.
DISPENSARY FOR SKIN DISEASES.
63 John Street.
His Grace the Duke of Argyll, patron ; A. 0.
Ewing, of Ballikinrain, M.P., president ; Professor
A. Buchanan, vice-president ; Sir J. Lumsden, C. R.
Dunlop, of Clyde, Rev. Professor Charteris, T. Hill
of Merrylee, Rev. Professor Caird, J. M'Clelland,
London, Rev. Dr. Henderson, H. M'Call of Daldowie,
W. Euing, W. Jamieson, Alex. Ronaldson, Wm.
Rae Arthur, extraordinary directors ; A. Arthur, J.
E. Higginbolham, Charles M. King, Hicksoti Fer-
gusson, J. Pirrie, D. Smith, and the physician,
secretary, and treasurer for the time being, acting
committee ; Dr. M'Call Anderson, physician ; J.
Grahame, 128 St. Vincent Street, hon. secretary;
A. M'Clelland, 103 St. Vincent Street, treasurer.
Gratuitous advice, medicine, &c., to the poor
afflicted with skin diseases, on Mondays and Wed
nesdays at 4 o'clock p.m. In connection with the
Dispensary two Wards for skin diseases are provided
in the University Hospital in course of erection, to
which the directors have power to send the more
serious cases. A practical course for students is
held during the months of Ma}', June, and July, each
5'ear. The Dispensary is entirely supported by
voluntary contributions. Since its foundation in
1861 upwards of 11,000 patients have received
advice.
GLASGOW OPHTHALMIC INSTITUTION
FOR DISEASES AND INJURIES OF THE EYE-
146 West Regent Street.
Every subscriber of £1 Is annuallj-, and donor of
£o in one sum, shall have the privilege of recom-
mending one patient yearly, with an additional
recommendation for every additional subscription of
£1 Is, or donation of £5.
The number of new patients admitted to the bene-
fits of the Institution last year was 2044 ; of these
1849 were treated as out-door patients, while 195
were admitted into the house for important operations.
The number of operations performed during the year
was 464.
The Right Honourable the Earl of Stair, patron.
Directors — The Hon. J. Watson, Lord Provost of
Glasgow, chairman ; W. Graham, Esq., M.P. ; J. A.
Campbell, Esq., Yr. of Stracathro ; VV. Euing, Esq. :
J. Tennant, Esq., of St. Rollox ; R. Freeland, Esq.,
of Grytfe; Bailie J. Salmon; J. White, Esq., of
Overtonn; Rev. R. Buchanan, D.D. ; A. Arrol, Esq. ;
R. Balloch, Esq. ; D. M'Cowan, Esq. ; Captain J.
F. C. Blackenzie, R.N. ; Wm. Clark, Esq., Mile-end ;
Wm. MacLean, Esq., St. Vincent St.; J. Miller,
Esq., 5 Hanover St. Medical Officers — Consulting
physician. Dr. C. Ritchie ; consulting surgeon. Pro-
fessor Macleod, M.D., F.R.S.E. ; acting-surgeon. Dr.
J. R. Wolfe; assistant-surgeon, Mr. R. Bell, M.B.
Honorary Secretary- — H. Johnston, 146 West Regent
Street. Honorary Treasurer — J. Clark, Esq., Na-
tional Bank, 10 Union Street. Ladies Committee —
Miss Arrol, 18 Blythswood Sq. ; Mrs. Barclay, 21
Park Terrace; Mrs. Campbell Douglas, 266 St.
Vincent St. ; Mrs. Courtnej', 337 Bath St. ; Miss
Maclean, 188 West Regent St.; Mrs. MoncriefF, 10
Derby Terrace; Mrs. J. B. Orr, 10 Nelson Terrace,
Hillhead; Miss Reith, 16 Queen's Crescent; Miss
Ritchie, 12 Blythswood Square; Mrs. Wolfe, 18

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