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IN BOARD OF ALDERMEN, January 5, 1895. The special committee of the Board of Aldermen appointed to visit and inspect the jail and other houses of detention in the county of Suffolk present herewith their second semi-annual report :

The committee visited the jail January , 1895, and found everything in a neat and clean condition, and did not discover any special cause for criticism, either in the care of the jail or in the quality of the food furnished to the prisoners.

In view of the fact that the various public institutions in charge of the commissioners have been under investigation by the Board of Aldermen during the past year, the inspectors have made no special visits of inspection since their last report was presented. It appears to your committee that the investigation may be considered to have fulfilled the requirements of the law, so far as the inspection of the institutions is concerned, and they accordingly refrain from reporting more specifically in the matter, believing that the report made by the Aldermen as an investigating committee

ein bodies all that is required in the way of recommendations or criticism.

The reports of the superintendents and officials in charge of the several institutions are appended thereto as a part of this report.

Respectfully submitted,

CHARLES W. HALLSTRAM,
MARTIN M. LOMASNEY,
CHARLES T. WITT,

Committee.

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APPENDIX.

SUFFOLK COUNTY JAIL.

Boston, December 31, 1894.

To the Inspectors of Prisons for Suffolk County:

GENTLEMEN : At the date of your last inspection of the jail, viz., June 23, 1894, the number of prisoners remaining in custody

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Debtors in custody June 23, 1894

3

Debtors committed from June 23, 1894, to December 31,

1894

32

Total

Debtors discharged from June 23 to December 31, 1894 :

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Debtors in custody December 31, 1894

0

No deaths have occurred since June 23, 1894. Annie Williams escaped from front office of jail November 5, 1894, and was recaptured November 6, 18994, and returned to jail. No persons were pardoned since June 23, 1894.

John B. O'BRIEN, Sherif, Keeper of the Jail.

HOUSE OF CORRECTION.

SOUTH Boston, December 2, 1894. To the Inspectors of Prisons for Suffolk County:

GENTLEMEN : The following is a report of commitments to and discharges from this institution from August 12, 1894, to December 27, 1894, inclusive :

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384 were by expiration of sentence.
13 were pardoned by the commissioners.
4 were pardoned by the governor.
1 was discharged by permit of Prison Commis-

sioners.
6 were sent to Lunatic Asylum.
1 was transferred to House of Industry, Deer

Island.
27 paid their fines.

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376 60 436 total of discharges, as above.
No deaths. No escapes.
Respectfully submitted,

JOHN C. WHITON,

Master.

HOUSE OF INDUSTRY, HOUSE OF REFORMATION,

AND TRUANT SCHOOL.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS,
DEER ISLAND, December 31, 1894.

To the Inspectors of Prisons for Suffolk County :

GENTLEMEN : The following is a report of the commitments to and discharges from the House of Ivdustry, House of Reformation, and Truant School from July 9, 1894, to December 29, 1894, inclusive :

HOUSE OF INDUSTRY.

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