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CUPS, ETC.
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to mug, bowls, and spoons, etc.

357

418, 463, 464
Mrs. Evans relative to feeding-cups

767-770
CURTIS, EDWIN U., COUNSEL FOR COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC

INSTITUTIONS
opening statement

7-12
entered as counsel for Dr. Cogswell

208
remarks relative to:
answering of questions by Dr. Cogswell

2930, 2931
appearance before committee

2
admitting new testimony during cross-examination

97
allowing witness to testify to what some one else told him

176
appearance of Dr. Cogswell.

945-957
appearance of Mr. Farmer and Dr. Putnam

791, 792
appearance of Mr. Riley

1064
appearance of new counsel, and more witnesses

272, 273
boys that were to be brought to hearings

1951, 1952
calling of Mr. Farmer to the stand

1028, 1029
consideration of report of board of visitors

676
cost of maintaining paupers

730
cross-examination of Mr. McCaffrey

187, 188
diet list

90, 91
fire appliances on Long and Rainsford Islands

558
further evidence

2712, 2713, 2715, 2716
future procedure in investigation

2125
introducing as evidence an article in the “ Herald” dated Aug.
30, 1891

613, 644
introducing of testimony relative to Long Island

1988
letter in regard to fire-escapes at Long Island

857, 858
method of conducting hearings

7-10
naming of witness by Mrs. Lincoln in her testimony

84-87
non-appearance of Dr. Parker at hearing

120
pensions of inmates .

625, 626
producing records of board of public institutions

420-425
producing written statement of Mrs. Lincoln's dated Aug. 5,
1891, to commissioners of public institutions

404-412
producing records of commissioners

105
producing Mr. Halloran .

1953
putting Dr. Parker on the stand at this hearing

315
report of board of visitors

21
reports of inspection of prisons

2123
rules and regulations in hospital

313, 315
statement to be presented by Dr. Cogswell

2859-2862
testimony of Dr. Putnam relative to Blockley Alushouse, 918-920
Mr. Hale

616, 617
Mrs. Lincoln relative to Children's Hospital, 1025
Mr. McCaffrey

227, 228
tine for examination of charges made

17, 18, 20

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CURTIS, EDWIN U., continued.
remarks relative to:
treatment of witness

2270, 2271
use of memorandum by Mr. Charles Prescott.

1723
resignation from further proceeding in investigation

3045
CUTTER, JAMES E.

2143
testimony relative to:

abuse of prisoners at House of Correction, 2155, 2156, 2170, 2171, 2178
cells

2158, 2175, 2176, 2180, 2181
clothing and light

2180
complaints made

2161-2165, 2176
conversation of State officers

2165
discharge from House of Correction

2155
food

2158, 2167
indictment in 1891

2186-2189, 2192, 2193
insane cases

2158
interview of Mrs. Alice Parker with the superintendent

2147
intoxication of officers

2157, 2179
letter-box for prisoners

2158, 2181
letter received from H. M. Blackstone

2130--2157
letter sent deputy at House of Correction

2189-2192
letters sent Mrs. Alice Parker and lawyer

2146
letters written to the master and deputy

2166
officers striking prisoners

2168-2170, 2174, 2178
personal cleanliness, care of prisoners

2180, 2181
profanity of officers

2157
punishment in solitary

2167, 2175, 2176, 2180
reading rules and regulations

2179, 2180
reason for appearing at the hearings

2193, 2194
riots

2179
sentence to House of Correction

2144, 2159–2161
term served at East Cambridge

2190
time in the hospital

2163, 2164
transfer to insane hospital 2145, 2146-2149, 2173, 2174, 2176-2178
treatment of hospital patients.

2156, 2157, 2171-2173
CUTTING OF DIET BY DR. COGSWELL. See DIET.
DANIELS, H. P.
summoned

1492
DAVIS, CHARLES E., JR., CLERK OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
LES

1057
testimony relative to permits for burials and removals

1058-1064
death of Edward Cuddy

1061
DEAD-HOUSE. See DYING AND DEAD.
DEATH CERTIFICATES
testimony of:
Dr. Bancroft relative to .

2309, 2310
Dr. Parker relative to making out

366
Mr. McCaffrey relative to signing of by Dr. Cogswell

317, 318
Wm. Witham relative to examination of dead bodies 2409, 2410

2427, 2428

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DEATH OF CERTAIN INMATES FROM CARELESSNESS

OR LACK OF ATTENDANCE
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to death and age of Alexander Wallace, 453, 454
death of Fred Rallion

468, 472
death of Louis Herrick

355, 356, 372, 373, 449-453, 532
Mr. McCaffrey relative to death of woman named McDon-
ough, during childbirth, through negligence,

169, 170, 288-291
sending a man named Herrick to the hospital, and death
of same

160, 161, 263-266, 325
Howard H. Upton relative to death of woman who was re-
corded by the physician as playing sick

1931, 1932, 1950
DEATH OF MAN SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN POISONED
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

211-214
DECAYED VEGETABLES
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to propagating of germs by

539, 540
DEER ISLAND
testimony of:
Allen, Helen H.

1819-1828
Brown Frank M.

1828–1839, 1810-1855
Cook, Isaac N.

2094-2114
Erskine, Everett

1332–1356, 1361--1436
Fulton, Frank P.

1595-1640, 1641-1663
Greaton, John B.

1957-1971
Halloran, Martin A.

1989-2026, 2068–2094
Knight, Daniel F.

2039-2067
McCaffrey, Mr.

181, 182
Morrill, Alexander C.

1446–1474, 1475-1526, 1527-1549
Newell, Dr. Otis K.

1109-1169, 1248-1312, 1317
O'Brien, Cornelius .

1835-1862
Pillsbury, Edwin L.

3321-3413
Prescott, Charles J.

1718-1745, 1746-1791, 1795, 1819
Richardson, Dr.

3061
Ring, Mr.

985, 986
Roberts, Thomas D.

3209-3218
Ryerson, Frank F.

1170-1200
Simpson, Wm. J.

1864, 1865
Stone, Wm. H.

1971-1987
Scott, Bernard

1549-1570
Twitchell, Henry C.

1570-1580-1595, 2026-2030, 2114-2120
Upton, Howard W..

1874-1900-1951
Watson, Calvin A.

2030-2038
White, James.

1675-1707, 1708-1718
DEMENTED PERSONS, UNCLEANLINESS OF
testimony of:
Mrs. Lincoln relative to

119, 120

i 1446

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DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF LONG ISLAND. See also

OFFICERS AND DOCTORS.
testimony of:
Mr. Warren P. Dudley relative to salary

667-669
Mr. McCaffrey relative to duties

189-194
resignation from position as deputy superintendent .

184
DEVER, ALDERMAN
remarks relative to fairness of questions asked witness

415, 416
producing records of board of public institutions

420-425
DIET
opening statement of Mr. Brandeis relative to

129, 130
testimony of:
Dr. Cogswell relative to

2960-2962
Dr. Fitz relative to .

2805-2808, 2827, 2832, 2833
Dr. Parker relative to the cutting of diet in the hospital by
Dr. Cogswell

353-356
Dr. Parker relative to diet lists

351-353
house and hospital diet

521
Dr. Parker relative to ordering of chicken broth, etc.,

373, 374, 461-463, 544
corn pudding

357-359
Dr. Putnam relative to diet of hospital

886-888
special diets

911-914
Mrs. Evans relative to cutting diet

852, 853
hospital diet

698-707
house diet in 1892

820
special diet list

771-773, 843, 844
statement of Dr. Cogswell in regard to special diet, 750, 751
Mrs. Lincoln relative to cutting down diet in hospital by
Dr. Cogswell

774-776, 799-804
diet lists

90-93
hospital diet

33, 34, 38, 61, 66, 67, 90-93, 118
Mr. McCaffrey relative to cutting and changing of in the
hospital

255-258
diet at hospital .

147, 151-154, 161
diet lists

234-252
Mr. Morphy relative to cutting of by Dr. Cogswell, 570-575, 580
DIGGING OF CELLAR AT LONG ISLAND
testimony of:
Mr. Roland C. Lincoln relative to

1438
DINNER AT LONG ISLAND. See also FOOD AND DIET.
testimony of:
Mrs. Evans relative to dinner.

759, 760
Mrs. Lincoln relative to

66, 67
Mr. Roland C. Lincoln relative to dinner

1437, 1438
DISCHARGED PRISONERS, DEPARTMENT OF
testimony of:
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to .

1796–1798
DISCHARGING OF PATIENTS FROM THE HOSPITAL
opening statement of Mr. Brandeis relative to

132

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DISCHARGING OF PATIENTS, continued.
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to

367
Mrs. Evans

775, 847, 850-852
Mr. McCaffrey

154
DISCHARGING OF PATIENTS WITH CONTAGIOUS DIS-

EASES
testimony of:
Mrs. Evans relative to

777, 1027, 1028
Dr. Parker

431, 432
DISCHARGING OF WOMEN FROM THE INSTITUTION

AND THEIR COMPLAINT TO COMMISSIONERS
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

176
Dr. Parker

431
DISCIPLINE AT INSTITUTIONS
testimony of:
Frank M. Brown relative to

1830
Dr. Cogswell relative to

3107, 3108
Isaac H. Cook relative to

2101, 2102, 2104
Dr. Newell relative to

1134-1136
Mr. Erskine

1337-1344, 1366

1367, 1378-1380
Mr. Fulton relative to

1609, 1610,-1617, 1618
John B. Greaton relative to 1955, 1956, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1970
Martin A. Halloran relative to

1995, 2083-2086, 2089
Mr. Morrill

1447-1449, 1484
Dr. Parker relative to

501, 512
Mr. Hale

605, 606, 623-625
Howard W. Upton relative to discipline at Deer Island . 1875,

1896

1897
Mr. White

1677, 1694, 1695-1698
DISEASES IN THE HOSPITAL
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

195
DISTINCTION BETWEEN PRISONERS SENT FOR DEBT

AND SERIOUS OFFENCES
testimony of:
Wn. Witham relative to

2411, 2412
DOCTORS. See OFFICERS AND DOCTORS AT LONG ISLAND.
DOCUMENT 122 OF THE YEAR 1892

(report of special committee appointed by the mayor to inspect

Public Institutions).
DOCUMENT 146 OF 1893

annual report of inspectors of prisons and houses of detention

(referred to in hearing).
DOLAN, JOHN, INMATE OF HOUSE OF CORRECTION
Sworn

2693
testimony

2693-2700
cross-examination

2701-2704

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