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BANCROFT, WINFRED B., M.D., continued.
testiniony relative to:

dependence of the brain for its sustenance upon the healthy
condition of the body

2273-2276, 2283
examination of dead bodies of convicts

2309, 2310
exercising of prisoners

2279
female prisoners in solitary cells

2324
food served prisoners

2298-2299
hospital, description of

2310-2312
hours and time of visits, day and night, to House of Correc-
tion

2261-2267
increase of number of persons committed to insane hospital

2249-2252, 2253, 2279-2284
insane cases, experience with

2267
insanity

2237, 2238
limit of time in solitary that a man could retain his reason,

2237-2239, 2248
other doctors visiting patients .

2325
physicians from Lunatic Hospital attending House of Correc-
tion

2263
piggery

2252
poor accommodations, etc., having a tendency to produce
insanity

2254
prisoner shot in face by officer

2300, 2301
prisoners with wounds and sores received after entering
prison.

2299, 2300-2303
punishment of men by taking their beds away

2260, 2261
quarrelling between officers and convicts

2312, 2313
reason for taking prisoners out of cell on the third day

2316
report of number of prisoners transferred from Lunatic Hos-
pital

2217
response to emergency cases

2323, 2326
result of foul air upon the health

2317, 2318
rules relative to bathing and changing clothes of prisoners
in solitary

2248, 2219
rules relative to visiting prisoners by physician, and records
kept of same

2318-2321
treating of seventy-five cases in seventeen and one-half min-
utes

2278, 2279
vermin killed in the oven

2298, 2299, 2328.
visit to prisoners in solitary cells

2276-2278
BARRY, ALDERMAN
appointed committee to examine requisitions for supplies

1294
motion to proceed with the investigation of Long Island

10
that commissioners of public institutions be requested to pro-
duce book of punishments at Deer Island .

1580
that evidence of ex-commissioner Charles Prescott be taken
at his home

1446
remarks relative to:
allowing witness to make explanation

388

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BARRY, ALDERMAN, continued.
remarks relative to:
answering of question by Dr. Cogswell .

2930
examination of requisition for supplies and dates

1293
future procedure in investigation

2125, 2126
method of conducting hearings

10-12, 469-471
naming of officer by witness, who said that book of punish-
ments were out of office April 5, 1894

1516-1519
punishment of boy

1501
putting Charles J. Prescott on the witness-stand

1359
testimony relating to hospital records

482, 483
BATHING FACILITIES
testimony of:
Charles C. Allen relative to bathing

2582, 2583
Dr. Bancroft relative to rules relating to bathing of prisoners
in solitary cells

2248, 2249
Dr. Fitz relative to bathing facilities

2836
Mrs. Lincoln relative to . 35, 36, 39, 50, 51, 95, 110, 117, 1018
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

182, 183
Dr. McCollum relative to

2847
Mr. Brownell

651, 652
Mrs. Evans

698, 819, 820
BATHING OF BOYS AT DEER ISLAND
testimony of:
Mr. Morrill relative to

1491-1493
Mr. Fulton

1605, 160G
BATH-TUBS. See BATHING FACILITIES.
BED CLOTHING, CHANGING OF
testimony of:
Mr. Brownell relative to

649
BED-RIDDEN PATIENTS
testimony of :
Mrs. Evans relative to

761, 762, 832, 1028
BEDS AND BEDDING
testimony of:
Dr. Fitz relative to

2806
Dr. Newell relative to

1092, 1093
Mrs. Evans

709, 710
BLOCKLEY ALMSHOUSE IN PHILADELPHIA. See VISIT TO
BLOCKLEY ALMSHOUSE, PHILADELPHIA

855, 856
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
testimony of:

Andrew J. Bailey relative to bill for additional powers, 3283, 3284-3286
Dr. Newell relative to records

1086-1088
appointment to board

1157, 1158
communications sent the Mayor relative to error in man-
agement

1150
drafting of rules for board

1203
election of Mr. Jenks, chairman of commission

1203
meetings where vote of majority was not carried out, 1130, 1131

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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, continued.
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to meetings of board.

1133, 1134
meetings, manner of doing business, etc.

1158-1160
recommendation of Dr. Harkins in report relative to in-
creasein number of employees

1220
records being incorrect

1152, 1165, 1166
reading of records at meetings.

1227
records of commissioners .

1230-1235
requisition books

1318–1321
system for the transacting of business, 1072-1075, 1086-1088

1091
vote at meeting to allow city government to land July 4th
at Long Island

1227-1230
work of commissioners, division of

1321
Dr. Jelly relative to power of commissioners

2510
Mr. Erskine relative to visit of commissioners to Deer Island, 1434
Mrs. Evans relative to conversation with commissioners, 861, 870
policy of commissioners

740-745
responsibility of abuses resting with commissioners, 736, 737
Mr. Farmer relative to authority by which Long Island was
placed under care of commissioners

1010, 1041
Mrs. Lincoln relative to complaints or suggestions made di-
rectly to commissioners

998, 999, 1018–1020, 1026
John J. Maguire relative to management of House of Correc-
tion

2198, 2199
reports of conimissioners relative to House of Correction,

2206-2208
Edwin L. Pillsbury relative to management

3321-3113
Francis J. Melvin relative to complaints

2520
J. Alfred Mitchell relative to bills and cost of new buildings,
improvements, etc.

3283-3293
Mr. Prescott, relative to burning communications by chair-

1805
calling attention of commissioners to abuses

1748
close economy, policy of board

1818
commissioners and superintendents attending conference
of Charities convention at Baltimore

1786-1788
custom of referring motion to two members, and reason
for not reporting on same

1798, 1799
experience with Dr. Jenks and Mr. Laforme 1764-1767, 1773
interview between Mrs. Lincoln and Dr. Jenks

1771
mail and communications sent to board, opened by chair-

1804, 1805
manner of running institutions by Dr. Jenks

1725, 1726
meetings at the Parker House

1811
method of doing business .

1818, 1819
money to improve the public institutions during Mayor
Hart's administration

1812
organization of board of commissioners, during years
1876-1881

1750-1752

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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, continued.
testimony of:
Mr. Prescott relative to pardon meetings

1746
reading of records of meetings .

1781
reason for not making complaints to the mayor in refer-
ence to the conduct of the board

1802
reason for voting for Dr. Jenks

1802
request of General Donohoe to have records read

1813, 1814
remarks made by chairman of board, about motions made
in meetings

1747
reports of commissioners

1748, 1749
requisitions signed in blank

1771, 1772
signing of reports

· 1782, 1783
visit of Mrs. Lincoln, board of commissioners, and com-
plaints made.

1723, 1724
way of transacting business at the meetings of the board,

1726, 1727
Mr. Ring relative to financial policy adopted .

968
Mr. Michael T. Donohoe relative to records of meetings, 1235–1237

3268-3278, 3293-3318
BOARD OF CONSULTING PHYSICIANS
testimony of:
Dr. Richardson relative to

3050, 3051, 3038, 3060
Mrs. Evans relative to

710
BOARD OF VISITORS OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

INSTITUTIONS
Exhibit 0, report

712-719
Exhibit P, answer by Dr. Cogswell

719-724
motion that board be summoned as witnesses

22
opening statement of Mr. Brandeis relative to report

136-138
report called for

17, 20-24
report submitted by chairman of committee

25-30
testimony of:
Dr. Cogswell relative to recommendations

3086-3088
Dr. Richardson relative to

3050, 3051, 3058, 3060
Dr. Putnam relative to

840, 891, 929, 943
Mrs. Evans relative to reply of Dr. Cogswell to report of
board

752-776
report

674-679, 808-810, 862-867
visit since report was made

680
visits of board to Long Island and record of meetings,

742, 743, 804-807
Mr. Farmer relative to report .

1049, 1050
Mr. Hale

620
Mrs. Lincoln relative to corrections in report of board

701
purpose of appointment of board

795, 796, 799
report

782-785
stating the good done by board

98-100
Mr. Ring relative to recommendations in report

966, 967
report

958, 977, 978
report of committee in 1892

992, 993
visits to Long Island

959, 960

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BOARD OF VISITORS, continued.
testimony of:
Mr. Prescott relative to report

1748
Howard W. Upton relative to visit to Deer Island .

1943
BOAT “J. PUTNAM BRADLEE" AND CREW
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1317
BONES AND GREASE
testimony of:
Isaac H. Cook relative to shortage in weight .

2096-2098
BOSTON INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
testimony of:

Thomas D. Roberts, superintendent, relative to management,
etc.

3209-3252

BOSTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL

testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to officers assaulting inmates

1105, 1106
BOY, CRIPPLE
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to treatment

1248–1250
BOYS DISCHARGED FROM DEER ISLAND
testimony of:

Mr. Morrill relative to inquiries made by authorities for 1548
BOYS IN PRINTING OFFICE
testimony of:

Mr. Twitchell relative to attendance at school age, 1582, 1583, 1593
BOYS, TREATMENT OF, IN SCHOOL FOR REFORMATION

See HOUSE OF REFORMATION.
BRANDEIS, LOUIS D., COUNSEL FOR MRS. LINCOLN, et als.
opening statements

132-138
remarks relative to:

appearance before the committee and requesting that Mrs.

Lincoln be allowed to give testimony regarding Long Island, 1-6
appearance of board of visitors

673, 674
allowing witness to make explanation

389
appearance of Dr. Cogswell.

945-958

945-958
appearance of new counsel for witnesses

272, 273
answering of questions by witness

2917–2119, 2929
calling of Mr. Farmer to the witness-stand

1028, 1029
calling of witnesses.

· 1026, 1027
closing of investigation

3258-3263
committee going into executive session

27
consideration of report of board of visitors

676-678
cost of maintaining paupers

729, 730
cross-examination

2786--2792
cross-examination of Mr. McCaffrey

187
diet list

91
examination of witness

2923-2925
introducing as evidence an article published in the “ Herald,”
Aug. 30, 1891

643, 644

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