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ABLE-BODIED, EMPLOYMENT OF. See COMPULSORY LABOR.
ABUSES AT DEER ISLAND
testimony of:
Mr. Fulton relative to information concerning

1613, 1614
ABUSES AT LONG ISLAND, INVESTIGATION OF, BY

“ HERALD” REPORTER
testimony of:
Mr. Brownell relative to investigation

634-643, 661
ACCOUNTS AT DEER ISLAND
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

. 1136-1138, 1297
Mr. Ryerson

1171, 1175, 1187, 1188, 1191
ACCOUNTS AT LONG ISLAND
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1276-1278
Martin A. Halloran relative to assistance of prisoners on books,

2081-2083

ACCOUNTS AT LONG ISLAND

995,

0

cash-book

2023
system of book-keeping

1995, 1997-2013, 2068-2089
ACCOUNT WITH FIRM OF S. S. LEARNARD
Mr. Ryerson relative to

1171, 1172
ACT RELATING TO VAGRANTS. See Exibits, Exhibit V.
ACTUAL CONDITION OF INSTITUTIONS
testimony of:

Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to condition after appoint-
ment in 1889

1720, 1721
ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES IN THE HOSPITAL
testimony of:
Dr. Fitz relative to.

2804, 2805, 2808-2811, 2835-2838
Dr. Parker relative to

371, 399, 403, 508, 509, 522
Dr. Putnam relative to

883
Dr. McCallum relative to

2845-28+7, 2853
Dr. Newell relative to

1126
Dr. Richardson relative to

3057, 3058
ADMINISTERING OF WRONG MEDICINE BY NURSES
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to

370, 371
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AND DR. COGSWELI'S

APARTMENTS. See also SUPERINTENDENT'S HOUSE.
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

219-225
(3703)

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95-97

ADMISSION TO THE PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
testimony of:

Mrs. Lincoln relative to pass, reception, etc.
AIR SPACE ALLOWED EACH PATIENT
testimony of:

Mr. Brownell relative to
AIRING FOR THE CHILDREN
testimony of:

Dr. Parker relative to
Mrs. Evans

648, 649

429, 430
711, 725, 726, 821
888, 913, 914, 925

1019

Dr. Putnam

Mrs. Lincoln

Mr. McCaffrey
ALLEN, CHARLES C.

281

Sworn

,

Sworn

2550
testimony relative to:
airests

2570-2572
bathing

2582, 2583
brutality of officers

2550-2552, 2553–2555, 2583
condition physically, exercise, etc.

· 2560, 2561, 2578
drunkenness of officers

2556, 2580
food

2556-2558, 2579
men that went insane in institution.

2561-2568, 2577, 2579
nanies of parties desiring to appear before committee

2559
profanity of officers .

2555, 2556, 2581, 2582
request to go to work

2559, 2560
solitary cells

2568
solitary confinement

2552, 2553-2555, 2558, 2559, 2580
trouble in institution

2568, 2569, 2576-2578
visits of doctor

2558, 2559, 2560
ALLEN, HELEN H., MATRON AT DEER ISLAND

1819
testimony relative to:
bread

1828
butter

1820, 1822
cheese

1823
coffee

1821
complaint of officers against quality of the food

1825
corn and graham meal

1823
dried apples

1821
drunkenness on part of inmates

1825
duties at Deer Island

1819, 1826
eggs

1820, 1821
food supplied to boys running short

1825
fruit

1828
intoxication of officers

1825
lard and bread

1823, 1821
neglect of sick inmates on the part of the doctor

1824
officers' food

1827
potatoes

1821

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ALMSHOUSE AND WORKHOUSE.

COM CONTRACTORS FOR

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ALLEN, HELEN H., continued.
testimony relative to:
quality of fish .

1820, 1821
quality of food after May, 1889

1822, 1823, 1826
quality of the meat

1819, 1820, 1827
reason for discharge

1826, 1827
rice and macaroni

1821
sausages

1823
selling of coal to contractors

1824
sugar

1822
tea.

1822
ALMSHOUSE AND WORKHOUSE. See also COMPULSORY LABOR.
testimony of Mr. Hale relative to

631, 632
AMBULANCE
testimony of:
Mrs. Lincoln relative to

58, 115
Mr. McCaffrey

170, 291, 292
Mrs. Evans

709
Dr. Newell

1161-1163, 1273
AMOUNT CITY RECEIVED FROM

WORK DONE BY PRISONERS. SEE CONTRACTORS.
AMOUNT OF MONEY SPENT AND WORK DONE BY COM-

MISSIONERS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS
testimony of:
Mr. Hale relative to

634
ANNUAL REPORT OF PRISONS AND HOUSES OF DETEN-

TION IN SUFFOLK CO. (referred to in hearing) is City

Document 146, 1893.
APOTHECARY. SEE DRUGGIST.
APPLICATION OF INMATES TO HOSPITAL
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to

522
APPROPRIATIONS, LOANS, AND TRANSFERS FOR PER-

MANENT IMPROVEMENTS, EXHIBIT U. See EXHIBITS.
ARGUMENTS AT CLOSE. See CLOSING ARGUMENTS.
ARM-CHAIRS. See ROCKING-CHAIRS, ETC.
ASSAULT UPON OFFICER BY SUPERINTENDENT OF

DEER ISLAND
testimony of :
Dr. Newell relative to

1148
ASSAULT UPON PRISONERS BY SUPERINTENDENT AT

DEER ISLAND
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1147
ASSISTANT PHYSICIANS IN HOSPITAL. See HOSPITAL,
ATTENDANCE, LACK OF
testimony of:

Mr. Brownell relative to lack of sufficient attendance for
proper care of patients

649-651

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AT HOUSE

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ATTENDANCE AT MARCELLA-STREET HOME
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to lack of

1322, 1323
AUSTIN FARM
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1316, 1317
Mrs. Lincoln

40-42
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to .

1753, 1801, 1802
John M. Galvin

2735-2737
BAILEY, ANDREW J., City Solicitor.

3283
testimony

3283, 3284
cross-examination

3281-3293
BAKING FOR INSTITUTIONS TO BE DONE AT HOUSE

OF CORRECTION
testimony of:
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to.

1796
BANCROFT, WINFRED B., M.D.

2217
testimony relative to:
allowing people to remain in solitary after they became insane,

2327, 2328
amount of food and water to be given a person in solitary con-
finement

2315, 2316
assault of prisoners by the officers

2305-2309
bedding

2299
case of Wm. Allen

2291-2293
Paul Beak

2296-2298
Thomas J. Buncombe

2294
James E. Cutter

2239, 2240, 2313–2315
Laurence Donnelly

2290, 2291
George Gould

2294-2296
John Kennedy.

2259, 2260
Florence McCarthy

2289, 2290
Wm. Murphy

2322, 2323, 2325
Annie O'Neil

2324, 2325
Joseph Perkins

2284-2289
Cornelius Quinlan, supposed insane patient 2217-2242, 2247

2248, 2293, 2294, 2318
Timothy Scanlan

2261
John Segar

2257-2259
William Sullivan

2242-2247, 2321, 2322
Thomas J. Welch

2327
cells, condition of

2254, 2267–2273, 2277
class of men sent to House of Correction

2253, 2254, 2279
classification of prisoners

2257
commitment of people to insane hospital, February, 1893,

2326, 2327
conduct of officers

2312, 2313
death of a man in a solitary cell

2278, 2283

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