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Hospitals Continuod.

1922-1923

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Carlisle Hospital, Carlisle,
Chudnierswung Hospital, Chambersburg,
Charleroi-sionessen Hospital, Charleroi,
Chester County Hospital, West Chester,
Chester Hospital, Chester,
Chestnut Hill Hospital, Chestnut Hill, I'hiladelphia,
Children's Uogorpachle Uompital, l'hiladelphia,
Chilien's Hospital, Pitsough,
Citizens' General Hospital, New Kensington,
City Hospital Association, Washington,
Cleartiell Hospital, Clearfield,
Coutesville Huspiltul, contesville,
Columbia Hospital, Columbia,
*Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsturg,
Coneina ugh Valley Memorial Hospital, Johnstown,
Corry Luspital, (rry,
Couderspurt General Hospital, Coudersport,
Diagnostic Iluspital, Thiladelphia,
Douglass, Frederick, Memorial Hospital and Training

Schoul, Philadelphia,
Douglass, Frederick, Meutorial Hospital and Training

School, Philadelphia, (Reappropriated),
•Dubois Hospital, Duitvis,
Eaglerile Sanatorium for Consuinptires, Eagleville,
Easton Hospital, Faston,
Elk County General Fluspital, Ridgway,
Ellwood City Hospital, Ellwood City,
Eye and Ear llospital, l'ittsburgh,
Frankfurd lIospital, Frankforil, Philadelphia,
Franklin ("ity Hospital, Franklin,
Garret you Tlospital of Temple University, Philadelphia,
General ilonpital, East Stroudsburg,
Germantown Dispensary and Hospital, Philadelphia,
Guod Samaritan Hospital, Telanon,
Good Samaritan Hospital, Westfield, Tioga County,
Grand V'les Institution for the Care and Treatment of

Poor Consumptives, 011 City,
Grand View Hospital, Sellersville,
Greenville Hospital, Greenville,
Grove City Hospital, Grove City,
Gynecean Hospital, Philadelphia,
Hahnemann Hospital, Scranton,
Hahnejuann Medical College and Hospital (Hospital De-

partment), Philadelphia,
Hamot Hospital Association, Erle,
Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg,
Harrisburg Polyelinic Hospital, Harrisburg,
Homoeopathic Hospital of Chester County, West Chester,
Homoeopathic Medical and Surgical Hospital and Dis-

pensary, Pittshurgh,
Homoeopathic Medical and Surgical Hospital, Reading,
Homestead Hospital, Homestead,
Howard Hospital, Philadelphia,
Indiana Hospital, Indiana,
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia,
* Jewish Hospital Association, Philadelphia,
Kane Summit Hospital Association, Kane,
Kensington Hospital for Women, Philadelphia,
Kittanning General Hospital, Kittanning,
Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster,
Lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia,
Latrobe Hospital, Latrobe,
Lewistown Hospital, Lewistown,
Lock Haven Hospital, Lock Haren,
Locust Mountain Hospital, Shenandonh,
Lying-in-Charity Hospital, Philadelphia,
Maple Aver ne Hospitnl Association, DuBois,
Maternity Hospital, Philadelphia,
McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport,
Mendville City Hospital, Neuville,
Medico-Chirurgiral Hospital of the Unlversity of Pennsyl.

vania, Philadelphia,
Memorial Hospital Association, Monongalein City,
Memorial Hospital at Roxborough, Philadelphia,
Mercy Hospital, Altoona,
*Mercy Hospital, Johnstown,
*Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh,
Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre,
Merry Hospital, Phllardelphia,
Mid-Valley Hospital, Blikely,
Milliken Hospital, Pottsville.
Miners Fiospital of Northern Cambria. Spangler,
Misericordia Hospital, Philadelphia.
*Montefiore Hospital Association of Western Pennsylvania,

Pittsburgh,
Montgomery Hospital, Norristown,
Mount Pleasant Memorial Issociation, Mount Pleasant,
Mount Sinal Hospital, Philadelphia,
Mudsett Horpitai and Training School for Nurses, Phila-

delphia,
Nason Hospital, Roaring Spring,
National Stomach Hospital, Philadelphia,

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Nesbit West Side Hospital, Dorranceton,
*New Castle Hospital, New Castle,
North East Hospital, Philadelphia,
North Pennsylvania General Hospital and Sanatorium,

Austin,
Northwestern General Hospital, Philadelphia,
Ohio Valiey General Hospital, McKees Rocks,
Oil City Hospital, 011 City,
Packer, Mary N., General Hospital, Sunbury,
Packer, Robert, Himpital, Sayre,
*Passa runt Hospital, l'ittsburgh,
Pennsylvania Epileptic Hospital and Colony Farm,

Oakliurn,
Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary

for
Nervous Diseases, Philadelphia.
Polyclinic Hoxpilal of the Üniversity of Pennsylvania,

L'hliadelphia,
Phoentsville Hospital, Phoenlaville,
*I'lttxliurgh Hospital. Sister of (harity, Pittsburgh,
Pittston Hospital Angewolution, Pittston,
Pottstowu Hospital, l'ottstown,
l'attutuwt Homeopathic Hospital, Pottstown,
Pottorille Hospital, l'ottsville,
• Tresıyterian ibu spital. Piitsiiurgh,
Providence General llonpital, Philadelphia,
I'vidence thospital, Beaver Fulls,
Punxsutnwney Hospital, l'unxxutawney,
Reading Hospital, Ronding.
Renuse Hospital, Renero,
Rochester General Hospital, Rochester,
Roonerelt Flowpital, Philadelphia,
Roxelia Foundling Asyiun and Maternity Hospital,

Pittsburgh.
Rush Hospital for Consumption and Allied Diseases,

Philladelphia,
*Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown,
*Saint Aglies Humpital, l'ulladelphia,
Bainit Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadephia,
Saint Fraucis flospital, l'ittsburgh,
Saint John's Gruerul livspital, Pilisburgh,
*Saint Joseph's Hospital, l'hiladelphia,
*Saint Joseph's Hospital, Rending,
*Saint Joseph's Howpital and Dispensary, Pittsburgh,
Suint Luke's Houleupathic Hospital, Philadelphia,
Baint Luke's Hospital, South Bethlehem,
•Saint Mary's Hopital, l'hiladelphia,
*Saint Mary's-Keller Memorial Hospital, Scranton,
Saint Vincent's Hospital Annociation, Erie,
Samaritan Hospital of Temple University, Philadelphia,
Sewickley Valley Hospital Association, Incorporated,

of Allegheny (omty. Sewlekley,
Sheriango Valley Hospital, New Castle,
Bouth Side Hospital, Pittxburgh,
8pvencer Hospital. Men tville,
stetwon Hital, I'llade pla.
Suburban (ieneral Hospital, Bellevue,
Taylor Hospital Areciation, Taylor,
Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park,
Thinsville ospital. Titusville,
Tuberculosis League, Pittsliurgh,
Uniontowo Hospital Uniontown,
University or Pennsylvania, Hospital Department,

Philadelphia,
Wartier. Awie M., Hospital, Gettysburg,
Warren Emergency HospitalWarren,
Washington Topital. Washington,
Wayne County Memorial Hospital, Honesdale,
Waynenhury Hospital, Warrestiurx,
Western Penuingivanila Hinpital. Pittsburgh,
Westmoreland Hospital Association, Greensburg,
Vent domuin Sanatorium, Scrantoni,
West Philadelphia General Homeopathic Hospital and

Dispensary, l'hil velphia,
West Philadelphia Bompital for Women, Philadelphia,
West Side Hospital Aslation, Scranton,
Filkes-Berre (ty Hospital, V 11kw Barre,
Williams Pulley Hospital. Williamstown,
Williamsport Hipital, Illa nxjwrt,
Wills Eye Hospital, l'hiladelphia,
Woman's Hospital, Philadelphia,
Woman's Medical College of

Pennsylvania,

Medical
Department, Philadelphia,
Woman's Melical College of Pennsylvania, Maintenance,
Woman's Srathern Homoeopathic Hospital, Philadelphia,
Women's Homoepathic Association or Pennsylvania,

l'hiladelphia,
Wyoming Valley Homneopathic Hospital, wilkes-Barre,
York Hospital and Dispensary, York,

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Homes and Other Charitable Institutions.

1921-1922

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Aged Colored Women's Home, Williamsport,
Almira Hoine for Aged Women, New Castle,
Beacon Light Mission, Bradford,
Beaver County Children's Home, New Brighton,
Benevolent Home for Children, Pottsville,
Berean Janual Training and Industrial School,

Philadelphia,
Berks County Tuberculosis Society,
Bethel Orphanage, Osceola, Tioga County,
Bethesda Home, Pittsburgh, N. S.
Beulab Anchorage, Reading,
Boys' Industrial Home, Wiliamsport,
Boys' ludustrial Home of Western Pennsylvania, Oakdale,
Catholic Home for Destitute Children, Philadelphia,
Chester Day Nursery and Children's Board Home, Chester,
Children's Aid Suciety and Home for the Agel, Meadville,
Children's Ald Society of Frankllo County, Chambersburg,
Chidren's Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Children's

Aid Society or Western Pennsylvania,
Pittsburgh,
Children's Aid Society of Westmoreland County,

Greensburg
Children's Home, South Bethlehem,
Children's ludustrial Home, Hurrisburg,
Christian Home, Johnstown
Christian Home for Women, Pittsburgh, N. S.
Coleman Industrial Home for Colored Boys', Pittsburgh,
Colored Women's Relief Association of Western Pennsyl-

vania, l'ittsburgh,
Critlenton, Florence, Circle, Wilkes-Barre,
Oritten ton, Florence,

Home,

Erie, *Critt iton, Florence, Home

and Rescue Association,
Pittsburgh,
Crittentou, Florence, Home, Queen Street, Germantown,

l'hiladelphia,
Critteuton, Florence, Home, Harrisburg,
Critteuton. Florence, Mission, Seranton,
Crittenton, Florence, Mission, Williamsport,
Curtis Home for Destitute Women and Children,

Pittsburgh,
•DePaul Tustitute, Mount Lebanon Township, Allegheny

County,
Dastuu Home for Friendless Children, Easton,
Blmwox! Herne, Erie,
Erle Hoiue for the Friendless, Erie,
Erie Infants' Home and Hospital, Erie,
•Evangelical Home for the Aged, l'hiladelphia,
Mint Allegheny Day Nursery and Temuporary Hoine for

(hidrou, Pittsburgh,
Friends Huine for Children, Philadelphia,
George Junior Republic Association of Western Pennsyl-

vania, Grove City, *Gerundi Baptist Home, Lawndale, Philadelphia, German l'rotestant Home for the Aged, Fair Oaks, *Hebrew Sheltering Home and Day Nursery for Children,

Philadelphia, *Hoffman, G. W. and Agnes, Orphanage, Mount Joy Town

ship, Adans County
Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Women of Western

Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh,
Home for Aged and infrm Women, Easton,
Home for Aged Veterans of the G.A.R. and Wives, 65th

And Vine Streets, Philadelphia,
Home for Colored Children, Pittsburgh, N.S.,
Homne for Friendless ('hllaren, Lancaster,
Home for Friendless Children, Reading,
Home

the Aged, 1809 Mount Vernon Street,
Philadelphia,
Home for the Friendlern, Harrishurg,
Home for the Friendless Women and Children of Scranton,

Scranton,
Home for the Friendless, Williamsport,
Home for the flomeless, Philadelphia,
Horne for Widows and Single Women, Lebanon,
Home for Widows and Single Women, Reading,
Hoine of Industry for Dixrharged Prisoners, Philadelphia,
*Home of the food Shepherd, Lincoln Avenne, Pittsburgh,
*Home of the Good Shepherd, Troy Hill, Pittsburgh North

Side,
Home of the Good Shepherd, Philadelphia,
*House of the Gend Shepherd, Penn and Chew Streets,

Germantown, Philadelphia, *House of the Good Shepherd, Reading, House of the Good Shepherol, Scranton, Industrial Home for Crippled Children, Pittsburgh, •Jewish Sheltering Home for the Homeless and Aged,' Phila

delphia, Julia White Priecilla Home for Aged Colored People,

La Motte, Montgomery County,

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Homes and Other Charitable Institutions-Concluded.

1921-1922

1922-1923

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Ladies of the G. A. R. Home, Department of Pennsylva

nia, Hawkins Station,
Memorial Homes, Brookville,
*Messiah Orphanage of Monaghan Township, York County,
*Alessiah Rescue and Benevoient Home, Harrisburg,
Midnight Mission, l'hiladelphia,
National Farm School, Doylestown,
Nazarene Home for the Aged, Philadelphia,
Northern Home for Friendless Children, Philadelphia,
Northern Tier Honie, Harrison Valley, Potter County,
Nursery Home, Harrisburg,
Old Ladies' lowe, Wissinoning, Philadelphia,
Orplian Asylum of the Holy Family, Einsworth, Al

legheny County,
*l'uradline Prutectory and Agricultural School, Paradise

Township, York County, Pashuraut Semorial Homes, Rochester, l'enu Asylum for Indigent Widows and Single Women,

Philadelphia,
l'ennsylvania Assoriation for the Blind, Pittsburgh,
l'emusylvania House Teaching Soxiety and Free Circulating

Library for the Blind, l'hlladelphia,
Pennsylvania Seaineu's Frieuc Suriety, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania Working Home for Blind Jen, Philadelphia,
Philadelphia Annex intiou for the Protection of Colored

Women, Philadelphiu.
Philadelphia Home for Incurables, Philadelphia,
Philadelphia Home for lufunts, Philadelphia,
*Philadelphia Protectory for Boys, l'rotectory, Jontgomery

County
Pittsburgh and Allegheny Home for the Friendless, l'itts-

burgh,
Pittsburgh Home for Bahles, Pittsburgh,
Plttsburgh Newsboys Home, Pittsburgh,

lrorluence Mission and Rescue tome, Pittsburgh, •Saint Edinoud's Ilome for Crippled Children, l'hiladelphia, *Saint John's Orphan Asylum, Philadelphia, *Saint Joseph's Foundling Home and Maternity Hospital,

Serantoni, *Saint Joseph's l'rutectory for Homeless Boys, Pittsburgh, *Saint Juscpl's l'rutec'tury, Norristown, *Saint l'atrick's Orphult Arsluru, Surauton, *Saint Kita L. C. B. d. Humne tor lufauts, Pittsburgh, *Saint Stanislaus' Orphanage, Slieutuun, Luzerne County, *Salut Vurent's Home, Lansdowne, *Saint Vinceut's Home and Jalernity Hospital, l'hiladel

pulu, *Saint Vincent's Orphan Asylun, Tacony, Philadelphia, *Salvation Armiyani Reseue lone, Bellevue, *Salvation Army Rescue Home and iluspital, Philadelphia, *Salvation Armný Suciul Selliement and Day Nursery, i'itts

burgh, *Sisters of Charlty of Saint Catharine's Orphan Asylum,

heading, *Sylvan Heights Home for Orphan Girls, Harrisburg, Tavor Ilome for Children, Doyiestowa, Untun home for Old Ladies, Philadelphia, *United Liangelical llome, Lewisbury. United Charlie's, llazleton, *Cuited Zion llone, Littz, Lancaster County, Western Temporary Horne, Philadelphia, Williamsport Training School for Girls, Williamsport, Wool, kovert. Industrial Home and Day .ursery, l'hlla

delphia, Woods Run Settlement Association, l'etroskey Street,

l'intsbugh, York Society to Protect Children and Aged Persous, York,

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MISCELLANEOUS.

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Department of Wharves, Docks and Ferries, Philadelphia,
Fire Companies of City of Harrisburg,
Fint Regiment Infantry of l'ennsylvania, Interest

Armory Building. Jeneit,
Game,

Fish and Forestry Laws, Indexing and proof. reading, ($100 additional paid out of Hunters' License

Fund),
Paoli l'arade Ground,
Notarles l’ublic Commissions, Refund of fees,
l'eulisylvania Board of Pharmacy,
Pennsylvania Board of Pharmacy, (reappropriated),
Registration of Births and Deaths in Cities of the First

aud Sccund Classes, deficiency,
Registration of Births and Deaths in Cities of the First

and Sewund Classes, Jacobs, M. D., naterial furnished in disposing of dead

bolicy of indigent patients at Mont Alto, Pennsylvania,

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