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Maryland Manual, 1898
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two weeks before confinement. Medical attendance and medicine are
given needy women in their homes. Apply to G. W. Mitchell, Dean.

Maryland Homeopathic Hospital and Free Dispensary of Baltimore City,
receives $2,500 for the year 1899, and $2,500 for the year 1900. (Chapter
328, 1898.) It is located at 323 N. Paca street. Ten free beds. Apply
to John B. Van Meter, President ; Thos. Schweckbebier, Treasurer.

Maryland Lying-in Hospital for Baltimore City, receives 13,000 for the
year 1899 ; $3,000 for the year 1900. (Chapter 323, 1808.) It is located
at 113-115 W. Lombard street. Women are received two weeks before
confinement. No charges. Apply to Wilmer Brinton, President.

Maryland School for the Deaf and Dumb at Frederick City, receives under
chapter 406, 1898, $25,000. This is the public school for the deaf and
dumb of the State, and is supported entirely by the State. The aim of
the school is to give a good education in the branches of knowledge
taught in the public schools. Manual training is also provided for.
The County Commissioners and City Council of Baltimore recommend
admissions to the institution. (Code, article 30, section 1.) Apply to
Charles M. Ely, President.

The Maryland Hospital for the Insane is one of the State Institutions
for the care of the Insane. It is located at Catonsville, Baltimore
county. The hospital receives an annual appropriation of $25,000.

The Second Hospital for the Insane is located near Sykesville, Carroll
county. Receives an annual appropriation of $20,000.

Maryland School for the Colored Blind and Deaf, receives under Chap.
406, 1898, $10,000 per annum. It is free to residents of Maryland.
Apply to F. D. Morrison, Superintendent, 649 West Saratoga street,

Maryland Asylum and Training School for Feeble Minded receives under
Chapter 406, 1898,13,000 per annum. Persons of either sex admitted
between the ages of seven and seventeen Apply to Dr. Frank Keating,
Superintendent, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Md.

Maryland General Hospital, linden Avenue near Madison Street, Balti-
more, receives $5,000 for the year 1899, and $5,000 for the year 1900.
(Chap. 32^, 1898.) It is required to furnish a free bed for each Senatorial
district. Apply to Robert W. Johnson, President, or Thos. P. Lloyd,
Resident Physician.

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers Home at Pikesville receives an
appropriation from the State of $7,000 annually (Chap. 323, 1898.)
Applicants for admission, must present satisfactory evidence of their
honorable record in the Confederate service and are required to be citi-
zens of the State or members of a Maryland command during the war.
Apply to George W. Booth, Secretary, Pikesville, or at B. & 0. office,
corner Baltimore and Calvert street, Baltimore.

Maryland School for the Blind, 220 E. North avenue, Baltimore. It
receives a regular annual appropriation of $21,000. (Message of Gov.
Brown, 1894, page 39.) Children of seven years and upwards are
admitted. All applicants are recommended to the Governor by the
County Commissioners of the several counties 'and by the Judges of the
Orphans' Court of the City of Baltimore. Apply toF. D. Morrison,

North Eastern, Day Nursery receives $1,000 for the year 1899 and $1,000
for the year 1900. (Chapter 323,1898.) It is located at 429 Aisquith
street, Baltimore. Children from six weeks to six years admitted. Its
object is to care for children while the mothers are at work. Charge of


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