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1st Vice President, Abbie Taber, Sioux City; 2d Vice-President, Letitia McNally, Independence; Treasurer, Miss Anna Killeen, Dubuque ; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Ida C. Neff, 720 Wellington St., Waterloo; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Floy A. Strayer, Waterloo; Auditor, Miss Louise Raffauf, Dyersville.

Next meeting in Des Moines, June, 1910.

Maryland State Board of Examiners of Nurses. 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore.-President, Miss Mary C. Packard, R.N.; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Nannie J. Lackland, R.N.; Miss Marie Gorter, R.N., Miss Mary E. Lent, R.N., Miss Elizabeth G. Price, R.N.

Maryland State Association of Graduate Nurses. -Honorary President, Miss M. Adelaide Nutting, Columbia University, New York City; President, Miss Georgina C. Ross, John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.; Vice-Presidents: Miss Nettie L. Flanagan, Miss Elizabeth G. Price; Treasurer, Miss Nannie J. Lackland; Secretary, Miss Sarah F. Martin, 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md.

Michigan State Board of Registration of Nurses.-President, Miss Elizabeth G. Flaws, Grand Rapids; Vice-President, Mrs. Elizabeth Tacey, Detroit; Secretary, Dr. F. W. Shumway, Lansing.

Michigan State Nurses' Association.-President. Mrs. G. D. Switzer, Ludington; 1st Vice-President, Mrs. E. L. Parker, Lansing; 2d VicePresident, Miss Margaret Moore, Jackson; Recording Secretary, Miss Irene Van Pelt, Kalamazoo; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. R. C. Apted, 40 Ransom St., Grand Rapids; Treasurer, Miss Agnes G. Deans, Detroit.

Next meeting in Port Huron, June 28, 29, 30, 1910.

Board of Examiners of Nurses for the State of Minnesota.-President, Miss Edith P. Rommel, R.N., Minneapolis; Treasurer, Miss Bertha Johnson, R.N., St. Paul; Secretary, Miss Helen M. Wadsworth, R.N., 1502 Third Ave., S., Minneapolis; Miss Grace Watson, R.N., Minneapolis; Dr. Jennette M. MacLaren, St. Paul.

Minnesota State Nurses Association.-President, Mrs. Alexander R. Colvin, 623 Grand Ave., St. Paul; 1st Vice-President, Miss Mary Wood, Associated Charities, St. Paul; 2d Vice-President, Miss Adda Knox, St. Luke's Hospital, Duluth; Treasurer, Miss Grace Holmes, 235 Prescott Ave., St. Paul; Secretary, Miss Marie R. Jamme, 2133

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Nebraska State Examining Board.-President Victoria Anderson, Methodist Episcopal Hospital Omaha, Nebraska; Secretary, Anna E. Hard wick, Nebraska Orthopedic Hospital, Lincoln Nebraska.

Nebraska State Association of Graduate Nurses -President, Miss Nancy L. Dorsey, 2305 S. 32 St., Omaha; Vice-President, Miss Carrie Lone: Majestic Flats, Omaha; Treasurer, Miss Mary Ducker, Methodist Hospital, Omaha; Secretary Miss Lillian B. Stuff, Lincoln.

Next regular meeting in Lincoln, January, 1910

New Hampshire State Board of Nurse Exam iners.-Chairman, Miss Blanche M. Truesdell R.N., Cottage Hospital, Portsmouth; Secretary Miss Augusta C, Robertson, R.N., Elliot Hospital Manchester.

Graduate Nurses' Association of New Hom shire.-President, Miss Della Streeter, R.N., Con cord; 1st Vice-President, Miss Ethelyn Dutcher R.N., Concord; 2d Vice-President, Miss Elin beth Heiniman, R.N., Nashua; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss A. C. Robertson, R.N., Man chester; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Carrie M. Hall, R.N., Concord; Members of Board Blanche Montross Truesdell, R.N., Portsmouth Miss Ida F. Shepard, R.N., Hanover; Miss Mabe Potter, R.N., Manchester.

Missouri State Nurses' Association.—Presiden Miss Charlotte B. Forrester, Box 803, Kansas City, Mo., 1st Vice-President, Miss L. E. Keeley St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City; 2d Vice-Pres dent, Miss Louise Dierson, 506 Lake Ave., St Louis; Treasurer, Miss Mary E. Stebbins, 46 N. Taylor Ave., St. Louis; Recording Secretary Miss Anna Love, 506 Lake Ave., St. Louis Corresponding Secretary, Miss Eva M. Rose berry, 1208 Wyandotte St., Kansas City; Chair man Ways and Means Committee, Miss Men Shipley, 923 E. 9th St., Kansas City; Chairman Arrangements Committee, Miss Annie Gillis, 122. Dillon St., St. Louis; Chairman Credential Com mittee, Mrs. D. W. Whitmer, 916 E. 8th St ansas City.

Next meeting in St. Joseph, 1910.

New Jersey State Nurses' Association.-Presi dent, Miss Bertha J. Gardner, 30 Tracy Avenue Newark, N. J.; 1st Vice-President, Miss Mar garet Hickey; 2d Vice-President, Miss Rose Schmoker; Secretary, Miss Elizabeth J. Higbid.

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Ohio State Association of Graduate Nurses.President, Miss M. H. Pierson, Columbus; Ist Vice-President, Miss Katherine Mapes, Toledo; 2d Vice-President, Miss E. A. Doe, Columbus; 3d Vice-President, Miss E. M. Ellis, Cleveland; 4th Vice-President, Miss E. P. Crandall, Dayton; 5th Vice-President, Miss M. H. Greenwood, Cincinnati; 6th Vice-President, Miss Olive Fisher, Cleveland; Treasurer, Miss M. A. Lawson, Akron; Secretary, Miss M. L. Johnson, 501 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland.

Oklahoma State Association of Graduate Nurses.-President, Rae L. Dessell, R.N., 106 E. 5th St., Oklahoma City; Treasurer, Mrs. Marg. Morrison, R.N., Guthrie; Secretary, Martha Randall, R.N., 106 E. 5th St., Oklahoma St., Oklahoma City.

Next meeting in Muskogee, October, 1910.

Oregon State Nurses' Association.-President, Miss Jennie V. Doyle, 675 Glisan St., Portland; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Mabel Keifer, 374 Third St., Portland; Treasurer, First National Bank, Portland.

Meets on last Wednesday of each month at 2:30 P.M., at Medical Building, Park and Alder Sts., Portland. Annual meeting in January.

Pennsylvania Board of Nurse Examiners.President, William S. Higbee, M.D.; SecretaryTreasurer, Albert E. Blackburn, M.D., 3813 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia,

Graduate Nurses' Association of the State of Pennsylvania.-President, Miss Roberta M. West, City Hospital, Wilkes-Barre; 1st Vice-President, Miss Elizabeth B. Reid, West Penna. Hospital, Pittsburg; 2d Vice-President, Miss Lydia A.. Giberson, 108 No. Woodstock St., Philadelphia; Treasurer, Mr. William R. McNaughton, 245 Emerson St., Pittsburg; Secretary, Miss Annie C. Nedwill, St. Timothy's Hospital, Philadelphia; Directors: Mrs. M. I. Moyer, Miss Caroline V. Perkins, Miss Nellie A. Cummskey, 915 No. 15th St., Philadelphia; Miss Ida F. Giles, 3336 Fifth Ave., Pittsburg.

Rhode Island Association of Graduate Nurses. -President, Miss Abby E. Johnson; 1st VicePresident, Miss Elizabeth F. Sherman; 2d VicePresident, Mrs. H. P. Churchill; Treasurer, Miss Lottie A. Beckwith; Corresponding Secretary,

Miss Rhoda G. Packard, Rehoboth, Mass.; Recording Secretary, Miss Sarah C. Barry; Directors: Miss Mary S. Gardner, Miss M. J. MacPherson, Miss L. C. Ayres, Miss A. G. Dexter.

Annual meeting March, 1910.

Texas Board of Nurse Examiners.-President, Mrs. Forrest M. Beatty, R.N., 1220 Hemphill Street, Fort Worth; Secretary, Clara L. Shackford, John Sealy Hospital, Galveston.

Texas State Nurses' Association.-President, Mrs. Forrest M. Beaty, 507 Taylor St., Fort Worth; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss A. Louise Dietrick, El Paso Gen. Hosp., El Paso. The next meeting is to be held in 1910.

South Carolina State Nurses' Association.— President, Miss L. V. Jones, R.N., Roper Hospital, Charleston; 1st Vice-President, Miss S. M. Furman, Sumter; 2d Vice-President, Miss E. C Lartigue, Columbia; Treasurer, Miss A. E. Coogan, Charleston; Secretary, Miss L. M. Davis, Sumter Hospital, Sumter.

Next meeting in Sumter, October, 1910.

The Tennessee State Nurses' Association.— President, Miss Lena A, Warner, 112 North Belvedere Boulevard, Memphis; Secretary, Mrs. D. T. Gould, Nashville.

Washington State Board of Examiners.-President, Mary Keating, 2020 Mallon Avenue, Spokane; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. A. W. Hawley, 718 East Howell Street, Seattle.

Washington State Graduate Nurses' Associa tion.-President, Miss M. C. Burnett, 1522 Riverside Ave., Spokane; 1st Vice-President, Miss Laura MacMillan, R.N., 414 Boren Ave., Seattle; 2d Vice-President, Miss Anna Juergens, County Hospital, Tacoma; Treasurer, Mrs. Etta B. Cummings, 3311 8th Ave. S., Tacoma; Secretary, Miss Mary McMaster, 1522 Riverside Ave., Spokane; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. S. E. Myers, Walla Walla; Councillors: Miss M. S. Loomis, Miss Cora Gillespie, Mrs. A. W. Hawley, Seattle; Mrs. Etta B. Cummings, Miss Margaret Campbell, Tacoma; Miss M. F. Heustis, Miss Anna Bartelle, Spokane; Miss Ella Wilkinson, Bellingham; Miss Grace Halver, Walla Walla.

Next annual meeting in Spokane, June, 1910.

Wyoming State Nurses' Association.-President, Miss Martha A. Converse, Rock Springs; Secretary, Mrs. Amy E. Miller, 116 Coffeen Ave., Sheridan,

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New York State Board of Nurse Examiners.— President, Miss Annie Damer, Yorktown Heights, New York; Inspector, Miss Anna L. Alline, 132 Lancaster St., Albany; Secretary, Miss Jane E. Hitchcock, R.N., 265 Henry St., New York City. Examination at New York, Albany, Syracuse and Buffalo, June 28-July 1, 1910.

New York State Nurses' Association.-PresiIdent, Mrs. C. V. Twiss, R.N., 419 West 144th St., New York City; 1st Vice-President, Miss Anna L. Alline, R.N., Albany, N. Y.; 2d Vice-President. Miss Frida L. Hartman, R.N., New York; Treasurer, Miss Lina Lightbourne, R.N., Superintendent of the Hospital of the Good Shepard, Syracuse; Secretary, Mrs. Grace A. Knight Schenck, R.N., 114 East 71st St., New York City; Trustee 3 years, Mrs. H. D. Burrill, R.N., Syracuse: Trustee 1 year, Miss Mary A. Samuel, R.N., New York.

Annual meeting in Rochester, October, 1910.

Board of Examiners of Trained Nurses of North Carolina.-Dr. C. A. Julian, Thomasville; Dr. Oscar McMullen, Elizabeth City; Miss Cleone E. Hobbs, R.N., Wilson; Miss Maria P. Allen, R.N., Morgantown; Miss Ann Ferguson, R.N., Statesville.

North Carolina State Nurses Association.President, Miss Constance E. Pfohl, R.N., Winston-Salem; 1st Vice-President, Miss Maria P. Allen, R.N., Morgantown; 2d Vice-President, Miss E. May Williams, R.N., Davidson; Treasurer, Miss Birdie Dunn, R.N., Raleigh; Directors: Miss Ella McNichols, R.N.. Charlotte, and Miss Mary L. Wyche, R.N., Watts Hospital, Durham; Secretary, Miss Mary Sheetz, R.N., 412 So. Main St., Winston-Salem.,

Oklahoma State Board for Examination and Registration of Nurses.-President, Martha Randall, R.N., 106 East 5th Street, Oklahoma City; Secretary, Mrs. Margaret H. Walters, Muskogee; Miss Rae L. Dessell, R.N., Oklahoma City; Mrs. Marg. Momson, R.N., Guthrie; Miss Mabel Garrison, Oklahoma City.

Graduate Nurses' Examining Board of Virginia. -Secretary. Mrs. Leah de Lancey Hanger, 409

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Graduate Nurses' Association of Virginia.Honorary President, Miss S. H. Cabaniss, Nurses Settlement, 108 North 7th St., Richmond; President Miss Ethel Smith, Protestant Hospital, Norfolk; 1st Vice-President, Miss Elizabeth Moreman, Lynchburg; 2d Vice-President, Miss Daisy Moore, Kings Daughters Hospital, Staunton; 3d Vice-President, Miss Woodward, Danville; Treasurer, Miss Ruth I. Robertson, Superintendent St. Luke's Hospital, Richmond; Secre

tary, Miss Annie Gully, 108 No. 7th St, Richmond.

West Virginia Board of Examiners for Nurses. -Dr. Thomas M. Haskins, Wheeling; Dr. Alonzo Andrews, Martinsburg; Dr. Geo. Lounsbury, Charleston; Dr. L. V. Cuthrie, Huntington; Dr. C. M. Scott, Bluefield.

Graduate Nurses' Association of West Virginia. -President, Mrs. Harriet Camp Lounsbury, RN.. 1119 Lee St., Charleston; Vice-Presidents: Miss 5. Williams, R.N., Parkersburg: Miss Morierty, R.N., Wheeling; Mrs. Carpenter, RN. Wheeling; Mrs. Maude Kendal, R.N., Fairmont: Miss Alpha Millette, R.N., Glendale; Miss Vernon, R.N., Fairmont; Mrs. Deegan, R.N., Wheeling: Treasurer, Miss Loretta McPhail, 1240 Lynn St., Parkersburg; Secretary, Mrs. M. F. Dudley, R.N., Wheeling.

Next meeting in Charleston, 1910. Wyoming Nurses' Examining Board.-Secretary, Mrs. Amy E. Miller, Sheridan.



The Idaho State Nurses' Association.-Presi dent, Lillian Long, St. Luke's Hospital, Boise: Secretary, Lulu Hall, Room 410, Overland Building, Boise.

Kentucky State Association of Graduate Nurses -President, Miss Mary R. Shaver, Good Samar itan Hospital, Lexington; Treasurer, Mrs. May Thompson, West Maxwell Street. Lexington: Corresponding Secretary, Miss Amelia A. Milward, 234 Second Street, Lexington; Recording Secretary, Miss Harriet Cleek, 476 East Main Street, Lexington.

Louisiana State Graduate Nurses' Association -President, Miss Katherine Dent, New Orleans Sanitarium, New Orleans; Vice-Presidents: Miss S. Lawrence and Miss J. McCray, 1517 Antonine St., New Orleans; Treasurer, Miss Katherine Dent, 1403 Terpischore St., New Orleans; Directors: Miss C. Goodwin, Miss A. Bali, Mrs. L Breaux, 1517 Antonine St., and Miss M. Seddon, 1403 Terpsichore St., New Orleans; Secretary. Miss Rosa Fitchett, New Orleans Sanitarium. New Orleans.

Massachusetts State Nurses' Association.— President, Miss Mary M. Riddle, Newton Hospital, Newton Lower Falls; 1st Vice-President. Miss Mary E. Shields, Boston; 2d Vice-Presi dent, Miss Clara D. Noyes, New Bedford; Treasurer, Miss Elizabeth J. Tisdale, land St., Boston; Recording Secretary, Miss Esther Dart, Stillman Infirmary, Cambridge; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Jane F. Riley, 24 Charlesgate East. Boston,



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