PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 329
Home for Incurables in Baltimore City receives under Chapter 810,
1906, $2,500 for the year 1907 and $2,500 for the year 1908. It is located
at twenty-first street and Guilford avenue. Persons are admitted only
on a physician s certificate. It is an asylum for white women afflicted
with any incurable disease, except mental derangement, contagious
diseases, epilepsy or cancer. Except in extreme cases, a fee of $300
and an outfit are required. Apply to Mrs. Albert Day, President; Mrs.
J. Walton Hooper, Secretary.
Home for Mothers and Infants, Barclay and Twenty-first streets,
Baltimore, receives $600 for the year 1907 and $500 for the year 1908.
(Chapter 638, 1904). Its object is a temporary home for friendless and
destitute women with infants. Requirements of admission: Need of
a proper home and freedom from contagious diseases. Apply to Mrs.
W. Graham Bowdoin, Treasurer.
Hospital for the Relief of Crippled and Deformed Children of Bal-
timore, Maryland, 6 West Twentieth street, receives $5,000 for the
year 1907 and $5,000 for the year 1908. (Chapter 810, 1906.) The
capacity of the hospital is thirty beds. No needy case is turned away.
As a rule, each case has to be under care of the hospital from six weeks
to two months in the wards, and when convalescent from six months or
longer, has access to the Free Dispensary. Apply to Dr. R. Tunstall
Hospital for the Women of Maryland receives under Chapter 810,
1906, $4,000 for the year 1907 and $4,000 for the year 1908. It is located
at John street and Lafayette avenue. Its object is the treatment of
diseases peculiar to women, but is not a Lying-in Hospital. Every
applicant must bring a certificate from her physician that she needs
treatment and from some respectable person that she is unable to pay
for it. Apply to Corresponding Secretaries: Mrs. George Huntingdon
Williams, 803 Cathedral street; Mrs. John P. Poe (for counties), 1500
Park avenue, Baltimore.
Little Sisters of the Poor of Baltimore City receives under Chapter
810, 1906, $1,000 for the year 1907 and $1,000 for the year 1908. It is
located at the corner of Preston and Valley streets, and inmates are
received without distinction of color or religious faith. It is intended
for the aged and infirm who are indigent. Applications should be
made to the Mother of the Institution.
Locust Point Social Settlement receives under Chapter 810, 1906,
$500 for 1907 and $500 for 1908.
Lying-in Hospital of the Maternite of Maryland receives under
Chapter 810, 1906, $3,000 for the year 1907 and $3,000 for the year 1908.
Maccabeans of Baltimore City receive under Chapter 810, 1906, $250
for 1907 and $250 for 1908.
Maryland Homeopathic Hospital and Free Dispensary of Balti-
more City receives $5,000 for the year 1907 and $5,000 for the year 1908.
(Chapter 810, 1906.) It is located at 323 North Paca street. Ten free
beds. Apply to John B. Van Meter, President; Thos. Schweckbebier,
Maryland Lying-in Hospital for Baltimore City receives $3,000 for
the year 1907 and $3,000 for the year 1908. (Chapter 810, 1906.) It is
located at 113-115 West Lombard street. Women are received wo
weeks before confinement. No charges. Apply to Wilmer Brinton,